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THE MONMAL 35 As we conn and conn Our Conn's Hygiene, And conn it again for conn, We conn our brains for more to conn Ami find there only con—tent. What a Prep would like to know: Why is it in the pages of the Monraal that they begin prep with a small letter and the names of the other classes with a capital letter? Elsie G. (in Grammar): If you said \I want to have seen Eu rope before I died,” you would think the person was dead already. Ode to Basketball. The autumn blooms and fades And colder grow the days, Winter comes again Bringing that sport we all enjoy, That game that we ordain Is best for girl or boy. It adds to grace, it makes one tall, It is the greatest game of all, That quick, exciting, scientific game of basketball. Owed to Basketball. Some new skin on her hand, About her wrist a band, Court plaster on her nose, Her bright right eye is closed so tight That everywhere she goes They say, ‘‘You look a sight.” The doctor—yes, she must pay him For fixing up her broken limb. Oh! that cruel, rough, heart rendering, basketball. E. Kerrigan: W hat’s the matter Dolores, don’t you feel good? Dolores C. : No, I don’t, I believe I am gettng the chicken—the chicken—the chicken coop.