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Decorate Hnm .. I MOPSY byGLADYS PARKER NOW SEE, MOTHER I TOLD YOU I NEEDED A NEW DRESS - -r (Mmm4 htM iiMtltl GETTING THERE by Gluyas Williams U4I.MJW PECIDCS TO MAKE HI5 WAV , GET TIRED OP"riWrMEXNS OUT TO KITCHEN TO SEt MOTHER, OF LOCOMOTION ANP HOIST " MAKlNfi FAIR PROGRESS ON .Hit VPvfit ALL FOVI A . n h :OiX:'tm -3v CcTS ALONfs PRETTY WELLTHAT TCI&S feOLUN6 BUT ROUS W EXCEPT FOR A TENDENCY WRONCJ WHY TO Wo IN THE MIDDLE. tOK FAIRLY WILLI. BV SITTING BUT FIND THE. BEST V&YOI DOWN AND SORT OF HUMPING GETTING THERE K TO WAIT - himself along f . . vr mother to carry him LIFE'S LIKE THAT By Neher l li I i. .tti. A I 'Til wash and you dry! f 6TBANGE FORMULA . A young girl, talking to her grand, father, asked, "Grandfather, how old doe a girl have to be to get married?" -,.- Grandfather She must be old enough yet young enough; . big enough yet little enough,4' vise enough yet dumb enough, weak enough yet strong enough, to chase a man until be catches her.! f . BIgbt Answer -The psychiatric board was giving a mental test to a colored man. One of the questions was, "Do you ever bear voices without being able to tell who is speaking or where the voices are coming from?" "Yes. sir." "And when does this occur?" "When I answers the telephone." Poor Technique Soldier Dearest. I love you terribly. ter-ribly. Girl You certainly do. ; 7 . FREE ADVICB 5 i Tha pompous dentist asked bis Dew patient whether he bad been to anyone else before coming to him. "Only to the village druggist," the patient replied. "And what Idiotic advica did be give you?" ; ' i - .-. - The patient looked up innocently "Why, he Just told me to come to jrou. 4 , S' Take U the Timber! Three men were repairing telephone tele-phone wires. As Betty drove along In her car aha saw all three men climbing poles. She exclaimed, ' 'look at those outs! You'd think I bad never driven a car before 1" "Jteadin The Market Reports I see I Happen T'Be la the Market Fog a Good Used Car, Myself." -. I in II I l" 1 I 1 Ill m ua 1 f I I - VI l-sTJ Uwl I -?3-XA 1 "I see you're baving your own reconversion problem I" NANCY By Ernie Bushmiller sat t I'LL BET THAT'S A GIFT I I AlAYBE IP X fTn ' dTACY -iFOa ME I WONDER j -SHAKE IT r CDlJ&fJ hgXm "VrsJJ " zxrJ MUTT AND JEFF . By Bud Fislief MimTwE 60TTAN(30lJrf 'WE AGREED TO SPEND ( LUNCH TWooei.1pg& ' r,. WW1I!W.V riEVf JOE " ' ' 60FASVWITH JZ yoURROUCAUTIOOSLYKjV GO-K. FOUR BUCKS jC" OH.THATMEANl rgiflL4K.L y LITTLE RECCE fits in&lm By Margarita C Z' I Mi JITTER By Arthur Pointer REG'LAR FELLERS PEUVERIN 1 GRQCERJES A A SWELt JOB PUT - 1 V . r HAS T t)P3 ANf J 'AA. POVWN5 There's that - xVyv MURDEROUS MUTT Kfv Of mahannev k INSTANCft - I5EE HE3 TILt ON ff7 M tu' irvcxv jtv r 4.i w- wy By Gene Byrne COME ON BUTCH ftt RACE VATO " SACK. PORCH? WEU.T$ .A OMBW6UTCH HO NOURISHMENT V I tlx RACE VATO TH I ( OFFN T HI06. ,V V; BACltPORCHt m GONNA HAFTA J ySz "L ZL VIRGIL ByLenKleig Peerboiue, For Instance "Look, old man, you really ought to get married and settle down. Mar. rlage. you know, is an institution." "I'm not quite ready tor an institution, in-stitution, thanks." ' - ( TOO SMALL! ) .1 (too SMAliA 11 LOOk.BOVS-llLPAV II fl ( THAT MAKES FNE 1 l Tli.!T rr1 ihvnJ v ecuH if Vrt dollars each- . v g C F-YEJt 4 '"MM"",aaaiMsi3SjssB YOU might not think that football was back, with May on its way to June, but football is always back. It baa few Intermissions now from January to Janu- wm All Size, TJ ERE la a rosy outlook f0r, 11 homemaker who bS wield a paint brush. A batffl rose designs gives Vg&i everything. There is peat for a border; t 3 1. X T f SA ..irl V in sDrinR practice and the never-end ing flow of football talk. I found this true again on a recent re-cent jaunt through the Southeast where record squads were busy , at '. spring practice In Florida, Georeia. Alabama . and the Carolinas.- branwuwaro Many of ttese practice delegations ran from" 125 to 173 men. The early enthusiasm, even under blazing suns, was far beyond be-yond oormaL I ran Into Wally Butts, Georgia's coach, who coyly admitted bis 1946 Bulldogs would be better than fair. "We bad so line last fall," Wally aid, but we have good line now and with Trippl en hand for the backfleld, plus few more, we hope to be ready for Alabama and Oklahoma Okla-homa A. and M., to mention only two. aisol.s.u.h In the" meanwhile Alabama and Oklahoma A. and M, are facing the chance of losing Harry Gilmer and Bob Tenimore,. two All-America stars. The beckoning finger of the army draft has called both for a physical test These two have been in the 4-F class the last two: seasons. sea-sons. But if they are taken, there can be no replacements to. match their worth, Alabama bas a great -Lsquad. But losing Gilmer Is like losing a Sammy Baugn or a iaick-man. iaick-man. Losing Fenlmore, the 195-pound 195-pound sprinter, passer and kicker would be po worse than the army losing Doe Blanchard, - -" Florida Full of Hope 1 Florida was .running a high football foot-ball fever. Ray Wolf and a new strong staff are now at Florida with the best Gator prospects In several seasons. Miami university, Orange Bowl winner over Holy Cross, expects ex-pects to have a much better team than the 1945 squad. : Snuffy Stirnweiss, backfleld coach at North Carolina, reports the arrival ar-rival of halfback Justice at Chapel BiU, plus several additions that Carl Suavely can use with considerable pleasure, I also received the news that Bob Neyland will have another Tennessee squad that will be hard to clean away. Also that Wallace Wade, back at Duke, Is busier than ten swarms of bees getting ready for av hard campaign, , Southern teams have stiff spring training grind and they are busier than usual with so many Bowls to be filled next year. With Neyland and Wade back they also face keener keen-er competition, especially if Frank Thomas at Alabama loses Gilmer. No one can say yet what Henry Frnka will have at Tulane, but you can gamble the Green Wave is rolling roll-ing forward, It might also be noted that no one can say yet just how many good football , players - the draft will remove from the scene all over the map. This draft procedure will wreck some teams while missing miss-ing others completely! ,. Army and Notr& Vame? We ran Into several Notre Dame ex-stars who advised us to keep an eye on Frank Leahy' 1946 squad. "The last two Army teams piled up 108 points against us in 1944 and 1945. A beating Is one thing. A massacre, la' something' else. But brother itis going to be different In 1946. Notre Dame will be there with what it takes.- This means line, backfleld, power and, speed. "Leahy will have both Kelly and Mello back. Here are two of the best backs Notre Dame has known In years. But they are only a small part of the material now on band for spring practice at South Bend." "You don't figure any Army pushover?" push-over?" I asked the Notre Darner. "Certainly noU But Army won't be the Army of 1944 and 1945. Why? The line. Yes, Army will have or should have the best backfleld In football, beaded by Blanchard, Da-Vis Da-Vis and Tucker. But don't forget Army bas lost a number of valuable linemen and that Army line has been a big factor In their victories. In "the ; meanwhile Capt Tom Hamilton, now on the job at Navy, finds himself caught between two fires Army and Notre Dame. Tom Hamilton is not only one of the best coaches in football, but one of the best inspirational leaders. Hamilton Hamil-ton has the foundation or basis for a bustling, fighting squad that can make it extremely uncomfortable for any opponent on Navy's schedule. Michigan's Troubles Hamilton was the one man who saved college football during the war. At least be did more for the cause than any other three men I know about One team that may acquire more than its share of draft trouble Is Michigan. Last fall Fritz Crlsler had 18 freshmen on his squad, 8 of whom were classed among bis regulars. The Wolverines Wolver-ines had one of the youngest squads to the country and for this reason may suffer heavier casualties. shade ViZS'iia I . . 9n ... 1 T - inn .1 PAINTED fi TKntlLED iii it - 4 chair tacks; a smaller one fe drawer fronts; tiny designs ui full blown roses in all sizes to strew where you like for all-over cue via. The designs ate planned especialhi, the amateur. Pattern 260 alsoiK complete directions tor both paintint im stenciling. . 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