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Wise and Otherwise

" The cotton crop is big enough to spell disaster to the producers."—" The Times" New York Correspondent.

" Renegades cannot be a bridge to understanding between States and civilisations.-Dr. Frick, Reich Minister of the Interior.

" The more cricket and football you play and the more you listen to the jazz music on the wireless, the better it will be. Your body has grown strong and you must keep your mind in right and decent ways." —Canon T. I. Kirkland, Headmaster of Ely King's School. as Chairman of the magistrates at Ely Juvenile Court.

" No one who has never worked, nor his father before him, deserves enough income to pay one of his divorced wives a million dollars a year." —Westbrook Pegler.




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