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February 07, 1955 - Image 25

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Monday, February 7, 1955
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Page Fifteen

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n-of-Year for Peace!
[REW PEERSON ^ ,
REWP JhSON with his no. 1 advisor on Antartie
No Jandidatefo and desertal affairs, Martin S.
ugouranidatearMoney-Bags, told reporters he
ae-neapie ofcape doubted if the aggressor would now
try to drop an atom bomb in these
areas.
ing for pictures for In conclusion Do-Nothing an-
and a half and an- nounced further compromise and
rcefully he was still brilliant diplomacy had enabled
id against aggression, our side to add more divisions to
dramatically and was our army. After telling reporters
nearest oxygen pump. proudly of seventeen threats he
secretaries who have made to the aggressor during the
IeDo - Nothing evei past year he proudly told reporters
eft their crucial posi- the additional divisions make our
General Engine in army now 1/37 as strong as that
;an, told reporters Do- of the aggressor.
suffering from acute 0 Ashe staggered to his feet, par-
oxygen, but wvould be tially recovered from his recent
is 45 second'between tenire in the air, he again told ec-
sg with the Cabinet porters "We must stop the aggres-
sor!"
othing Brave
indicated this was the
D-Nothing had been BoakExchange
ox enasustinc efoeWorkers at the Student Book
m Venadustbefore-THE-YE Exchange held a book burning
y infidels. MAN-OF-THE-YEAR paty yeterday
he has been in almost IN THOUGHT party yese ay.
flight ever since, Do- Firemen arrived m time to douse
s.managed to shake different pictures from those tak- the flames and save three of the
n times with Konrad en yesterday. 5,040 books plus the Alumni Me-
nd eleven times with However, Do - Nothing's trip morial Hall where the Exchange
tradise, one-time pos- must be considered noteworthy. had planned to sell texts.
an important prime Diplomat No one was injured, including
post. the manager of the Exchange, who
o waved once to Pe- Due to his brilliant diplomacy explained afterwards, "It wasn't
and refusal to sacrifice his one really the books we were after. It
vos Francais, when main desire for peace, Do-Nothing just seemed a novel way to get rid
ut of gas going ovr managed to arrange defense alli- of a University Building."
ances with three impregnable bas-
the President? tions of Democratic principles.
great speculation to- Now Timothy Buck-too, the Gal-
r President Dike Ice- lop agos islands, and most import- BO O K S
I be able to see Do- ant of all Borchgeverink have been
cretary to the Presi- inserted in the defense system. Medical, Dental,
is told reporters four- Do-Nothing had a little trouble .b'cHeath
al magazines request- pursuading Borchgeverink of the ublc H l
of Dike using his new feasibility of its connection with Nursing - Supplies
changeble golf-sleep- our country, but compromised and
e ahead of Do-Nothing threatened to cut off aid next yearE C K
>intment list. to its penguin colony, always in
ous Sunday supple- danger because of sea lions lurk- BOOKSTORE
holding up presses this ing off the shores of Terror Fugo
se Mimes is getting a to the north. 1216 South University
and will probably want Do-Nothing, after consultation

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A quite amusing issue of Gargoyle
shall he on sale Wednesday!
Do not lby any means feel obliged to purchase a copy.
On the contrary, we strongly urge you to invest
your twenty-five cents in stocks and bon-bons.
This is, we should add, an excellent year for investments.
And this is the parody issue. If by chance a Gargoyle salesman
forgets himself and is so vulgar as to accost you on the street,
do not lose your temper. Merely smile coldly and walk on.
If he persists brush him aside with a chilling,
"My dear man, hadn't you better attend to that lady
I saw you with last night."
That was, we might point out, no lady.
That was Reginald Sorrell disguised as a Spanish professor
GARGOYLE "OUT" WEDNESDAY

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