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THE FACTS

They met all sorts of queer people, people you'd never believe existed. The three aunts were unmarried.
Brother Bob's wife was dear, but absolutely without a sense of humor. Bob was full of fun, but they got along just beautifu113• together. You never saw a couple so much in love.
Edith was on the basket-ball team at college and terribly popular. Wilma was horribly clever and everybody said she'd make Phi Beta Kappa.
Ellen, so she averred, had been just nothing in school; not bright; not athletic, and, of course, not popular.
" Oh, of course not," said Billy, smiling.
" Honestly," fibbed Ellen.
" You never could make me believe it," said Billy.
Whereat Ellen blushed, and Billy's unbelief strengthened.
At this crisis, the Case burst into the room with his hat on. He removed it at sight of the caller and awkwardly advanced to be introduced.
" I'm going to bed," he announced, after the formality.
" I hoped," said Ellen, "you'd tell us about the latest. Who is it now? Beth?"
" Beth nothing!" scoffed the Case. "We split up the day of the Keewatin game."
" What was the matter?" asked his sister.
" I'm going to bed," said the Case. "It's pretty near midnight."
" By George, it is !" exclaimed Billy. "I didn't dream it was that late! "
" No," said Walter. "That's what I tell dad-the clock goes along some when you're having a good time."
Billy and Ellen looked shyly at each other, and then laughed; laughed harder, it seemed to Walter, than the joke warranted. In fact, he hadn't thought of it as a joke. If it was that good, he'd spring it on Kathryn to-morrow night. It would just about clinch her.
The Case, carrying out his repeated threat, went to bed and dreamed of Kathryn. Fifteen minutes later Ellen retired to dream of Billy. And an hour later than that, Billy was dreaming of Ellen, who had become suddenly popular with him, even if she hadn't been so at Northampton, which he didn't believe.

IV
They saw "The Follies" Friday night. A criticism of the show by either would have been the greatest folly of all. It is doubtful~ that they could have told what theatre they'd been to ten minutes

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