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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 October 1923

Trf' WW™ • ■v, * ~ : '■*'-1 as GEORGETOWN HI HOLDS MAM AVENUE HI BOTH TEAMS PLAY STRONG OF PEWBIVB BALL—WEEKS AHD BALLIEW EAGLE STABS I I 'In a fast and bard contested game Coach "Buddie" Foster's fighting Eagles held the Main Avenue team to a score- less tie on Snyder Field Friday after- noon. In the first frame the Main Ave- nne team got in striking distance of the goal and tried a place kick which was broken ap by the Georgetown center. This was the only time that the George- town goal was threatened. After the first period the Eagles outplayed their opponents making better and more con- sistent gains, but they were unable to put out the necessary punch to put the ball across. Balliew and Weeks starred for Georgetown, making consistent gains through the line when they car- ried the ball and ruining many good plays that seemed to be ground gainers for the Main Avenue. Watson also played a good game at end, mussing up all the end runs around his end and many times getting bis man f...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 October 1923

ROM OTHER COLLEGES EXCHANGES • With 1634 students registered in the |<Mllege except correspondence depart- I Ment, two hundred more students are at- }tending the University than in the fall m last year.—S. M. U. Semi-Weekly [Campus. ''For the first time in many years Bay- I lor is holding fall baseball practice. Ted- F|j^r Lyons is back whipping Pitchers I freeze and Gore into shape. Baylor is [depending largely on these two men for 1 the hurling this year.—Baylor Lariat- Baylor University is growing slowly |t«t surely. This year she has an en- I Bailment of 1336 students over 115 stu- dents enrolled last year.—Baylor Lariat. Of all the students in Baylor 94 1-5 n cent are Christians. Approximate- lljjr one out of every fifteen is a volunteer Ifor missions. In other words, out of |tfce 133 students in Baylor all but 78 e Christians—Baylor Lariat. WISE AND OTHERWISE (By the Editor) The next thing we are expecting of Interbank is to find a lawn grass that (Will growe evenly to the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 October 1923

AJTMOUaUJBMBWT , Duftley RiehardiMHi has been, appoint- ed permanent representative' of the SEAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS for this territory. This weil-knovm guaran- teed hosiery can. be secured by placing j order with him for delivery to suit your' eonveniem-e. Call him and he will be glad to call and show the forty advance eaters for your selection!. SUWDAY SCHOOL COM SUTTEES MAKE REPORTS The next game is at hom^ev Beat Sam Houston Normal. Keep our T, I. A. A. record clean. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The Editor. srad Business Manages of The Megaphone wish to thank the busi- ness iraea of Georgetown and all! others who have been advertising with us for the loyal support you *re giving the stu- dent pwbEeation this year. It is by youur support that this paper is made possible and we hope that you will be repaid for the support you are giving <B. We will try throughout the year to encourage the students to trade with you.. We sincerely appreciate your support and we hope that this yea* may b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 October 1923

-'"' - V'. -'- ,.> . -' . '■ "'■« vJ* ,<■• ' •"> ■'*•." * '■■*■ •.•!.' •'.*■* i'/1?. * .-■ w "V-Ty^ifeS JNOHORNS DEFEAT PIBATES SATURDAY (Continued from patre 1.) yai'ls. S. U. penalized fifteen yards for Unnecessary roughiu-<s. It seems ratli- - ~9* peculiar that th(> officials have not i teeu any unnecessary roughness on Tex K as' part, for both Camp and Magee haw been forced out of the game because of [^Injuries received after the whistle t$>lew. Hall on the one-yard line. Mor- fjtoy goes over for the second Texas ^touchdown of the game. Robertson i"kicks goal. Lyons kicks forty yards to Newel who returns twenty yards. Tex- as makes twenty yards around right end. Pirates' right end §eems to be ' rather weak, as Texas makes the most of its gains around thi,s end. However Aiken, who is usually hard to get around, did not show liis old time form, being slowed up considerably by in- juries. Texas loses one yard in attempt p around left end. S. IT. intercepts Texas r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 November 1923

■vF * , Pick the Owls |EyilKj ^ v ^ * *•*" ■/">. >•' * .?• ■", -"".' •- •• A ■ - *i. „". - <51ip Megaphone PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAK BY THE STUDENTS? ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YBAB VOLUME XVII NUMBER 6 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 6, 1923. BEAT RICE PIRATES TAME BEARCATS 21 TQ THE COMING REVIVAL MEETING FOR SOUTHWSTERN DR. ARTHUR MOORE OF TRAVIS PARK M R CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVAL H t k r f§ I |f; JWt Dr. Arthur Moore, pastor of the Trav- is Park M. E. Church, San Antonio, has definitely accepted the invitation of the president aid faealtr of Southwestern to hold a revival meeting for oar stu- dents and oar local church. The time assigned begins with Janu- ary 17th and closes with January 26th. It is greatly to be hoped that there will be no events on the University schedule to conflict in nay manner with these dates. If any such events are sehed- V ' i- uled, let us eaneel them in advance. Dr. Moore is one of the stro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 November 1923

uibr fHpgapl?0Hc * >r Crtabliaifril 1907 ^rvrntmdlf |nr aa Byroad-class mail matter, 8eptemDer 7, 1912, at the -w>stoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. la* B. SMITH, JK - KDITOBr IN-CHIEF " H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER IT ALTER MOOBE Associate Editor IZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor • AN ELL E HAMBLEN Assistant Editor IGINIA GBIPFITH Assistant Editor G. BOONE. Assistant Editor A. HABKEY. Assistant Editor )BGE MOOD Assistant Editor >WAKI> ON8TAT Assistant Editor [BAY MEREDITH Circulation Manager IT. T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager ISDWIN DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager [ DUDLEY BICHABDSON Assistant Business Manager WE SAY PICK THE OWLS We rooted the Bobcats, took the sting at of the Yellow jackets, skinned the eats, and now we have our head on picking the Owls. Can we do it? Fell, I guess. We have a clean T. I. A. record so far, and that old team is going to let Rice mtss it up. They going to keep it clean. But even ugh we cannot b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 November 1923

- I = = ——— _ ■"""AyKSSr"-1' SPECIAL SHOW ARMISTICE DAY AT MIDNIGHT Sunday Night, November 11th at MIDNIGHT' D. W GRIFFITH'S 99 Requested to announce that The Nook, The Alcove, the Busy Bee Cafe and the American Cafe will be open before and after the Midnight Show^ DON'T FORGET THE DATE-SUNDAY, NOV. llth-TIME MIDNIGHT FINE ARTS RECITAL MONDAY EVENING (Continued from page 1) er difficult to distinguish the different ■ persons speaking. The next number was ''Waiting," read by Miss Lola Matthews. Miss Matthews rendered this number in a very pleas- ing style and handled her characters in a manner that made them easily dis- tinguished one from another. The third number consisted of two short readings, "Trees" and "The De-, serted House," by Miss Dorothy Lehm- berg. These readings, although not as heavy reading as the others, were given in a very pleasing manner. The fourth number, "The Pudding," read by Miss Alice Maltsberger, al- though a little too affected, showed a good expression of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 November 1923

SCOBS THREE TOUCH DOWNS AGAINST BEARCATS (Continued from page 1.) ' I® 1 A | Magee thrown for two-yard loss by Mc- I Kay, the Teachers' captain, who is the r aotatanding star for his team on the de- fense. Attempted pass is broken up. , Lyons drops back and tries for a field (Ml from the 59-yard line. Ball goes wide by about two feet, and is placed in play on the 20-yard line. Sayre oved left tackle in two plays nets seven yards; Kirk over left tackle for two and one-half yards as the quarter ends. Score: 8. U. 7, S. H. 0. Second Quarter. ® With the ball on their own 30-yard Sue, fourth down and only one-half yard to go, Trow punts 35 yards to Ma- T. teer. Magee around right end nets five ;?j yards; Mateer loses one yard around the same end; Lyons fumbles but recovers and makes four yards and first d<>wn through the line with three Teachers ^ hanging to him; Royal over left tackle for 12 yards, but the ball is brought back as both teams are off side. Magee fails to gain throug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 November 1923

J,', 'plrawTi K'* h j: , ■feMj m s£i. v> A -:, ***+ ** +*++** ARMISTICE EDITION iPPP i' VV ~W*L tJtty-T'''k'-% PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY HJugaphotte ARMISTICE 1 EDITION ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAB I VOLUME XVII NUMBER 7 Z • 2 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 13, 1923 J ARMISTICE DAY OBSERVED IN CHAPEL EX80LDIERS HONORED—ORCHES TEA RENDER8 PATRIOTIC SELECTIONS I ArPt, i3>'/ ■ * irf&'i- JQSPS® Southwestern University appropriate- ly celebrated Armistice Day Friday morning in the University auditorium by a special patriotic program. All ex- service mpn were given a place of hon- or on the pratform, and two patriotic addresses were delivered by Dr. P. W. Horn and Dr. J. C. Granbery, respe^ tively. The program was opened by the sing- ing of "America' by the student body, aecompanied by the orchestra, after whieh Dr. H. L. Gray offered the invoca- tion. The orchestra then favored those present by playing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 November 1923

a In- fHrganhottf Itsljrb \9tt7 &mrnlrratl? flrar ~ % as s£?ond-claas mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tht -">stoiBee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 SMITH, JB , KDITOBIXCHIKP >. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER LTER MOORE . Associate Editor JETH LITTLE Assistant Editor IANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor IA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor }, BOONE Assistant Editor HABKEY .' Assistant Editor IE MOOD .Assistant Editor FAKD ON ST AT Assistant Editor MEREDITH Circulation Manager iWELLIS Assistant Business Manager DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager )LEY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager | ARMISTICE DAY A DAY OF THANKSGIVING tbe minds of Americans the word ksgiving means a day set aside by Americans of long ago at which we should give thanks to God for ay blessings to us. But to the the word Thanksgiving has even ider meaning. It means a day of sgiving for the wonderful victory World "War. This day of world- Thanksgiving, known to us as Ar- te Day, is hel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 November 1923

■ 4 =5=S= POET OF THB DOMING GENER- ATION N I Last week Elizabeth.Howard, the lit- tle eight-year-old daughter of Professor Howard, read several of her poems in chapel. These poems, Professor How- ard asserted, were wholly hers, even to the titles. The only aid she eyer had , was a sympathetic interest in her com- positions. She has written several no- table poems, and these are to appear [ soon in an attractive booklet. The following poem was composed last year during the snowstorm. Little Elizabeth at that time was seriously ill ■with scarlet fever: Tour little dainty snowflakes, So pretty and so white, Are you my little fairies That make everything so white? Yon cover up the walk, Yon cover np the ground, With your big white cover. I am quite sure everybody likes you, Yon little dainty snowflages, So pretty and so white. The Students' Barber Shop—The Pal- ace Barber Shop. BAND UNIFORMS HERE ;%is The uniforms for the Baylor band have arrived. Owing to the short time between the ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 November 1923

-saa ■ >>*' '.-i; '*l-'v' r<+ w'"'v , • ■. li •■ OWL FEATHERS TOO MUCH FOE THE FIEATE8 (Continued from page 1.) Southwestern recovered on their own forty-yard line. Aftei\ two plunges i?i ■which netted eight yards, Gunu supplied the only redeeming feature of the other- 'wise listless game when he received the ball and ran fifty yards thru the entire p Owl team, only to be brought down 011 .the Owls' two-yard line. Here again i' the Pirate punch was missing, for with only two yards to the goal aud four downs in which to make the distance, !;the Pirates were held for downs. A "five-yard penalty at this stage on the '^pirates caused things to be a bit hard- er for them. A few minutes later the game euded. Final score: Kice 12, S. i$T7. 0. Societies SAN JAC ARMISTICE PROGRAM SAND ACCOMPANIES TEAM TO HOUSTON (Continued from page one) lathe whole night through—we reached the home of the Rice Owls. If anybody would like to know just how far two I', hundred miles is ask the Band. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 November 1923

I BETTER ®he fHenauhmtP BETTER SPEECH PUBLISHED EVERY TUE8DAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVII NUMBER *- GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 20, 1923. ISSUE f I \\ ■' M" y M31 ' ' *5i ' sir -j> -■C • Y. W. CL A. HAS SPLENDID PROGRAM "SERPENT OR STAFF" SUBJECT DIS- CUSSED AT LAST Y. W. VES- PER SERVICE "Serpent or Staff" was the theme of all the talks made at the last vesper ■ervice, meaning, are you making the worst or best of the opportunities you have, or of the inherent characteristics you havef The service was opened with songs and a short devotional, the prayer being offered by Elizabeth Little and the scripture read by Margaret Hobbs. The leader, Jewell Welsh, announced the subjects to be diseussld, "Ambition," "Pleasure and Sex-Nature," and "Tem- per." Lnella Lamb explained that we should have our ambition inspire us to the higher things of life, and not to attain a high place by degrading means. "Pleasur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 November 1923

£fltablialjr5 190? &rnrot*rotb Urur ate red as s«*ond-claaa mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at thb pnstoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. J. B. SMITH, JB EDITOR. IN CHIEF GEO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER FALTER MOORE Associate Editor UZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor LNNANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor VIRGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor G. BOON'E Assistant Editor A. HAKKEY Assistant Editor IEORGE MOOD Assistant Editor )WARD OXSTAT Assistant Editor SAY MEREDITH Circulation Manager T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager )WIN D ANN ELLY . Assistant Business Manager DUDLEY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager SPEECH IN SOUTHWESTERN Did you ever have some one correct a fgrammaticuI error in your class recita- ion? It doesn't happen very often, fdoes it? When you are reminded that |rou have said, "Don't scarcely," "with jrou and 1," "those kind," .,somebody Isaid they—or "there isn't but one," lare you pleased with this bit of con- structive criticism? O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 November 1923

a,,.,:;- : Men and Women of Southwestern You should know that extra splendid values are to be found in our Ready-to-Wear Sec- tion. Let us show you. For Holidays to Come you WiD need Gifts of the better kind. We will be pleased to show you our stock of Gifts that lasts. Prior to going away you may need a Trunk, or Hand Bag—we have them. In- Societies Stromberg-Hoffman & Co. kFkyslo Fay Cash Georgetown, T< SAK J ACS S1T1UVK FOE BBTTEE SPEECH la keeping with the movement w h Lc h i now being emphasized for better speech in Sttudtikiweaterm, -the program: of the Stan Jacinto ILiterary Society Man- illay morning was dedicated to- better speech.. After a vLoliu solo By Albert Gray,. Dr.. SEaward addressed tile- society on •"Better Speeehi Ini Southwestern.'" E)r. Mu.wai'il emphasized the importance of better speech) in everyday lM'e ami showed! the members of the society the necessity off being able to. express their f'eelinga and emotions with> ease- aaitfi beauty.. "Few off o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 November 1923

W BETTY WALES House of Youth Exclusive But Not Expensive 1 lot Ladies' Dresses, some SOlc, some Wool, all brand new including some of best "House of Youth and Bet- ty Wales" models, values up to $45, all C*)0 iC m one group, your choice yfc/tnJ 1 lot Ladies' Hats including our best and most ex- clusive models, values up to $25, your $9.95 $17.95 Silk Jersey Petticoats and Pettibockers $3.45 to $&95 "Elegance Without Extravagance" 1 lot Ladies New Dresses, values up to $29.85, all in one group, your choice GARNER-ALVIS COMPANY The Dependable Store 10 Large Depart- ment Stores .Million Dollar Purchasing LOSE TO CKHTEKAKY 34 TO 0 (Comtimmetl from 1) the oi8Ftf-n.se and defense for tine aaii showed why be has been a triple-threat man. S>t his point- passing, ramniiixg with the b Hl, irall- sigmals and backing: up- the line, all great sayEe. Cemtemary squad, although aver-j over.2*M)i poomds. was the fastest! the Pivate have gome lap against | year. The whole Pirate team play- J g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 November 1923

THANKSGIVING .. . • ;;; r ■ - ^ SMfe ill pnaiiljone PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY THANKSGIVING EDITION ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XVII NUMBER 9 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS TUESDAY, NOV. 27, 1923. NOTED SPEAKER TO ADDRESS STUDENTS FIRST LYCEUM NUMBER TO BE GIVEN SATURDAY NIGHT PAUL WHITFIELD HORN An interesting figure in American community life is Allen D. Albert, au- thor, social worker, journalist, lecturer, scientist, eollege professor, past Presi- dent of International Rotary, and ex- pert on humanity. Mr. Albert is to lee- tare here on the evening of Saturday, December 1, at 7:45, at the University auditorium, on the subject, ''The Young People of 1924." His life has been spent in studying the ornidary, every day life of human beings; in studying their relations to eaeh other; in studying them scientific- ally as a sociologist; in studying them in their relations as city dwellers and farm dwellers, and as the makers of our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 November 1923

£otabluJ|rd 19B7 &rurntrruth ||rar ered as e?ond claaa mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at tht> -">stoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 [J. B. SMITH, JB - EDITOB IN-CHIEF JEO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGEB WALTER MOORE Associate Editor IZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor INAXELLE HAMBLEX Assistant Editor IGINIA GRIFFITH! Assistant Editor G. BOONE Assistant Editor A. HARKEY Assistant Editor )RGE MOOD - Assistant Editor )WARI> ONSTAT ; Assistant Editor IY MEREDITH . Circulation Manager T. WILLIS '.. .Assistant Business Manager )WIN DAXXELLY Assistant Business Manager MJDLEY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager WITH WHAT ABE WE BLESSED? ABE WE THANKFUL? At this of all Thanksgivings, we should be thankful. We are blessed with so many things that people of other nations *Jo not know. We are living here in comfort or com If an attempt should be made to enum- *te the innumerable tilings for wVich re should lie thankful the result would 11 pages and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 November 1923

m COMING TO s/ TAYLOR r • v ' . . Blazilmar Hotel DEC. 3rd FOB ONE DAT ONLY Boon 0:00 A. If. to 6:00 P. M. UNITED DO OTOE SPECIALIST ■:A i the Knowledge of a Great Medi- cal Organization and Their Experi- ence in the Successful Treat- THOUSANDS OF OHBONIO DISEASE CASES Scrricee Free of Charge by the State of Texas. The United Doctors is an organization of reputable, licensed physicians for the treatment of certain diseases. They are all specialists. The United Doctors treat, without surgical operations or hypoder- mic injections, diseases of the blood, skin, and all internal organs, rheuma- tism, seiatica, tapeworm, leg ulcers, m weak lungs, and all long standing, deep seated diseases. Thirty-five years' experience and the complete records of thousands of cases successfully treated prove that the meth- ods of- the United Doctors are right. They were among the first to be called "Bloodless Surgeons." Each member of the United Doctors staff has at his command the knowledge and resourc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 November 1923

'pi Wm DV K ear is a sales agency for all the Whitmans chocolates and confections—Quality Group Every Whitman package sold in this store is received direct from Whitman's—not through a middleman. , :i This is one reason why entire satisfaction can be guaranteed with every package bear- ing the name Whitman's—doubly guaran- teed, by the merchant and by Whitman's STEPHEN F. WHITMAN & SON, Inc. Philadelphia, U. S. A. f WmSBm MBMNBHOH p HODGES BROS. the Ihei m- A PLEA FOE THE DAY (By Silas Xcvier Floyd) plC'Oh, it's good to be a-livin' ®ve W'en Thanksgiving's 'bout to conic,. |ert An' ol' Mammy's in de kitchen |hiB- Jes' a-mekin' dishes hnni! |t i See dat tu'key in de cupboard, nar An' dem pies all in a row, s An' dem cakes wid all deir inin'— rs ^ i Why, dey looks lak' dey was snow. I lr8 Unele Eph's done wash'd de winders, taj. An' li'l' Topsy's scrnbbin de flo'; l,scManimy'H sent me once fur sidali, i' But she 'lows she wants some mo"; I"1* An' she 'lows she wants a 'possum, «l| ...

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