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of Education baseball teams. Why not have all
the colleges pick teams to represent them during
the rest of the Summer session?
You who elected afternoon and evening classes,
don't you sorta regret it now that the warm weather
is withering you? No swimming, no nothin'.
Now that the sun is at its glory so also will be
the man who always greets you with 'a "Is it warm:
enough for you?"
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Love Sonnetas by an Architect Who .:Has Gone
Batty About Color
Lilac maid with cri son hair,
Greenly bright as silvers spray,
What purple grace you oft display
To jazz's crude chromatic glare.
My topaz heart is in your snare-
No reins my emerald thoughts can stay;
My soul grows murky, mauve and gray;
I sing in Prussian-blue despair
Since I am but a monotone.
Polychromatic would I be-
No more should sound my Payne's-gray groan
Could I but match -thy color's key,
Be worthy of thy golfen tone,
How red would ring my lurid glee !
THE DEMON RUBY OF JODHPORE
Chapter VI: The Rescue
It will be remembered that Salome Ventricle, was
about to leap into the Iuron from a porthole of
'the "Eildye" when° Egg Foo 'Young seized her
by the hair.
The indomitable spirit, (aged in the wood) of the
embalmed Ventricles surging within her, she strug-
gled fiercely gainst the minion of Kar Putt Singh.
She bit his thumb. He howled a shrill Oriental howl
and dropped her, and freedom would have been
her's had not one of the Malay sailors thrown a
belaying pin or a windlass at her. She fell un-.
conscious and was dragged into the cabin.
When she regained .consciousriess the junk was
no longer in motion. Looking through the port-
hole she could see that the fog (which we forgot
to mention has been pretty thick all the while) had
lifted and. in the moonlight the river bank was plain-
ly 'illumined.
A trolley car stood at a short distance away in
an open field. Saiome could see the crew from
the. junk returning with two prisoners. Presently
the 'door of the cabin was thrown' open and the
prisoners were unceremoniously pushed in,
With a gasp of unalloyed surprise she recognized
Bellini Rogers! With an undeniable hiccup of joy
he recognized her ! The pleasure was mutual. As
they fell into each others arms Mrs. Plummett turned
aside and wiped her spectacles. "'Tis an ill trolley
car that brings, no one good luck,' she murmured,
taking a swig of custard.
In the s'tiff breeze the junk moved swiftly up the
river .oward 'the fastness. of the hills where lay
the den of the pirates. Dawn was breaking over the
silent east whcn Rogers who was gazing pensively
out of the porthole, hiccuped excitedly.
"What is it ?" cried Mrs. Plummett excitedly.
"We :are pursued !" he shouted.
They crowded around the porthole. Sue enough,
down the river they could see a motorboat approach-
ing. And as it drew nearer the figures of Dr. Oas-
ian Ventricle and Sergeant Jenson ap Jensen could
be discerned.,
On deck there was a mighty uproar as the pirates
sighted the on-rushing motorboat. Koh Tanpan
Tz roared orders in his native tongue and the cold,
'precise accents of Kar 'Putt Singh tose .above the
.crackle of the Gatling gun that was trained on the
pursuing boat.
Nothing could stop it. It seemed even as though
Sei-geant Jenson ap Jenson cotild not stop it. He
seemed to be making frenzied attempts to Halt its
mad course. It was so close now ;that the prisoners
in the cabin could make out'the name on the gun-
whale. It was "The Tin Ear.
Then the firing ceased. All was still. With the
aid of the faithful corkscrew Salome still held, Rog-
ers forced the door and they all three burst out on
deck. 'The ship was deserted.
"They have vanished into the fourth dimension!"
cried Mrs. Plummett.
In 'a mqment "The Tin Ear" hoe to alongside
just abaft the binnacle.' Dr. Ventricle and the Ser-
geant clambored on deck. A happy reunion and
custard-and-rum was enjoyed by all.
But only for a moment. "We must lose no time,"
said Dr. 'Ventricle. "Ingomar Ten Brock 'has pos-
session of the bluebook and even now is seeking the
location of the' ruby. We must beat him to it !"

So, Rogers with the kettle, Mrs. Plumnett with
her umbrella, and Salome carrying the corkscrew,
they left the junk and shot away down the river
in "The Tin Ear."
,(Next Chapter, "The Curious Conduct of Mrs.
Plummett.)
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Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
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