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Ensian Life
D1aimed To Be
Corn' Variety
Male Editor Reveals Jam
Packed Life Saga Lived
In Thrilling Four Months
Do not let anyone tell you that
fe on the 'Ensian is not pleasant.
and mares eat oats, and does eat
ats, and Dewey eats oats, and
verybody but the makers of KIX
ats oats. And doesn't that make
hem corny? Thank you, nurse.
Yes, two every half hour. I
have been on the 'Ensian staff
for some four months now.
Those four months reached a
glorious zenith last Monday
morning when I came to at
4:30 a.m. and found myself hur-
rying down MaynardStreet with
a small bale of new 'Ensians
under each arm, fresh and slith-
ery from the presses.
She swooped abou on her-
ebony broom-stick uttering little
mewing cries, and occasionally
urging us on with a note or two
from the pewter tibia she always
carried about with her in the
wee, witching hours. Ah, Susan!
Shall I ever forget that rainy
afternoon when you and the Art
Editor sat in the office and tried
to figure out an appropriate
color scheme for the forthcom-
ing issue? I suggested black and
blue and rose-to leave. Then
Griff, putting aside his yo-yo
for the moment, offered up the
revolutionary idea of having an
arrangement of varying shades
of white throughout the book.
So that is why you will all notice
the bands of white at the top
and bottom of each page.
It was the felt they helped tie
the book together -although I
think a little chewing gum and
baling wire would have helped
more. Then too, there was the
afternoon when, after gooily past-
ing on and cataloging the 200
senior pix, a man named AAAAA-
ZINEIN walked in and asked that
his name-and pic-be included.
We smiled (a bit idiotically,
but manfully), ripped off all of
the 200 pix, and lo! AAAAA-
ZINEIN'S name led all the rest!
What fun! What foam! What
spunk and drive! But at last
all was done. All those weeks of
work done.
The 'Ensians were out! The
AhT editor, seeing what the press
had done to all of his beautiful
white designs, promptly committed
Harry Carey.
Those naughty printers-how
they do inject a merry spirit of
chance into an issue! You know
what you hand in to be printed.
You hope that that is what will
be returned to you. Or a reason-
able facsimile. It never is. But
-that's life. Or is it the 'Ensi-
an? Make mine oats-yes, thank
yo, just a dash of lemon.
And so, with the picture of our
beloved Editor floating astigmat-
ically before our eyes (amid the
spots), we take leave of our fellow
members of the staff and walk
slowly toward the sunset, reading

Barnaby, if an irate delegation
of elves and gnomes calls here
tomorrow, have your mother tell
them I've left for Washington...
I thought you'd left-
F S t


By Crockett Johnson

I can't leave without the plans
for the great "'Malley Dam. If
Atlas, the Mental Giant, drops
by with them, have your mother
send him to me in thecellar.
I ell Mo,
Mr '~l ey.
All engineers drawings look
alike. To the untutored eye-
The important
part's left out!



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Copyright 1944 ",1 Publi-i



Mr. O'Malley, Pop's company
hada plan made for a big
dam. That looks just like-
No. This plan is for
the O'Malley Dam.
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The colossal statues
on-top of the piers.'
Come, m'boy,
I'll fix that.
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Hold the mirror
steady, Barnaby
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Book Nook'
Each year there has been a book
review column in the Victory Ball
It's a'tradition.
In these troubled times, these
critical days, these days of. strain,
stress and worry, books, really
good books, take on an added im-
portance, so we shall venture a
few suggestions.
For relaxation from a grueling
session with sociology 51 or geol-
ogy 11, try that ever-popular, ever-
entrancing tale of "Cinderella and
the Three Bears" by Albert A. Un-
known. This charming little num-
ber is the story of a sweet young
girl with long, golden locks and
her adventures with an old wolf
who lived in the forest and pre-
tended to be her grandmother.
If you're addicted to spine-
chillers, comonly known as who-
done-its, "The Morbid Mystery of
the Corpse with the Fishy Eye"
by B. Christie, is sure to make



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Nationally advertised makes --
Joan Miller, Johnny Jr., Dar-
lene Jr., and others.
Shop early while selection is
complete of playsuits, shorts and

8 A TA E R -- A ga~y figured
swimming suit with palm-tree
pattern is modeled by Janet
Blair, film actress, at the edge of
a California pool.
aloud from our complimentary
copy of the 'Ensian. And later,
only bubbles rise from the lake of
melted snow which yawns invit-
ingly in front of the library.

your hair stand straigaht on end.
One of the bloodiest stories to
come out in many a moon accord-
ing to those who have read it (we
haven't), it recounts the grisly
murders of no less than 27 victims.
The solution will amaze you (don't
they. always?).
Another current best seller,
bearing the luscious. title, :"Two
Years in a Nudist Cainp" by Oscar
Bare, is intended: strictly for .the
more intellectual readder. The' gist
of the book is a day by day account
of precipitation, seismograph re-
cordings and average tempera-
A little volume of poems, "Four
Quarters" by T. S. Blurp, which
was published last month, al-
ready bids fair to become one of
the nation's best sellers. Especial-
ly good to while away those dull
hours between 8 and 12:30 p.m.
Saturday nights, it includes such
choice selections as "Come Out of
the Pantry Father, You've Been
Pickled Long Enough" and "She
Was Pure as the Snow, but She
One of the our ace war corres-
pondents, Babriel G ea t er has
just come back from the theatre
of battle with a revealing account
of the secret love life of the for-
mer Italian dictator called "Mus-
so's Mistresses." With a keen eye
for details and a pen dipped in
acid, McGurgle reveals all, hides
nothing. Leading critics have
said that it is indeed one of the
best stories yet to come out of
this war.
For your further enlightenment,
gentle reader, we list the books
not to read:
Bye's "Principles of Economics"
(a restatement).
Britt's "Social Psychology."
Webster's "Collegiate Diction-
ary" (Fifth Edition).
(from a story in the Woman's
Home Companion)
Wrapping both arms around her
slender body, Brett passionately
crushed Rosalie to him, tilting up
her chin with his free hand.
Nice maneuvering, we call it.

fegin at the beginning

for Spring.

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