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2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 15, 1994

Tomes to Remember

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Hey, cartoony people!
Do you, as an individual or as part of some frightening collective
consciousness, have the ability to be funny? Can you draw well? Do you
understand obscure literary humor?
Are you more legible than these cartoons done by a harried Weekend
editor whose initials are T. W.?
If you answered yes to any, most, some, one or possibly even none of
these questions, then you might be just the guy, gal or other that we are
seeking to remove our heavy burdens.
Just read in the box below, and you could be on your own personal
path to cartooning fortune and sex.

Woman, why you treat me so mean? I
never even see you anymorel

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First Aid, Merit Badge
Series
By Carl J. Potthoff; M.D.
1957
From the why of first aid to meet-
ing your merit badge counselor, this
tome is more than 80 pages of medi-
cal genius. "If onlyDaniel Boone,
Davy Crockett, and other early fron-
tiersman had known as much about
first aid as we do today!" You betcha,
Doc! If they were here now you could
give them tips like "Under certain
circumstances, give fluid" and "Care
for the victim's injuries" and "If a
person is shot in the head, have him
lie down with a blanket under the
head and shoulders." Yeah!
Eventually, Potthoff does get
around to giving some gruesomely
good illustrated advice. The eye inju-
ries illo is extremely gratifying (even
if the advice amounts to basically
blinking). The mouth to mouth illos
would undoubtedly have been con-

sidered risque in the suffocating"SOs.
And, as always, the compound frac-
ture demonstration is tons o' fun.
Unfortunately, there is no truly
horrible advice (i.e. "If your scout
master grows ill in the swamp, leech*
him"). Still, the paper is surely worth
the 4o cents it will probably cost you.
Good hunting.

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CONTRIBUTORS

EDITORS
JOHN R. RYBOCK
TED WATTS

EUGENE BOWEN,
CARROLL, JESSIE
HOwES, KIRK M
ScOTT PLAGENHO

MATT CARLSON, JASON
HALLADAY, DUSTIN
TILLER, HEATHER PHARES,
'EF, ALEXANDRA TWIN

ARTS EDITORS
MELISSA ROSE BERNARDO
TOM ERLEWINE

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Ann Arbor
Dining Guide

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Szechuan, Hunan,
and Peking cuisine.
Delivery, take-out, dine-in,
cocktails, and Sunday buffet

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