Number 24 , June 29, 1935 ' Brimson, Minnesota
DIABOLIC DEXTERITY FAILS TO DEFY GRAVITY
1. The average heart rate is from 50
to 80 at rest, and as high as 180
2. Normal temperature of the body is
98.6 degrees F.
3. The average person has 5 quarts of
4. While exercising, the he°rt pumps
as much as 40 quarts of blood per
5. At rest, the normal person breathes
about 16 times per minute, and we
breathe in and out about | quart of
air at a timo, and as much as five
quarts on a doep breath.
A Depression Dinner
While lying on our bunks at neon,
The bell rings for chow.
We all run up, but not too soon,
And start an awful row.
We grab the meat and butter first,
And then we ask for spuds.
We take some coffee 'cause of thirst,
And spill some gravy on our duds.
The next thing most important,
Is a nice big lemon pio.
Of course, there is an assortment,
But no girls to make us shy.
At las four tummey's, they are full,
And a cigarette we crave.
We got a light, if we havo a pull,
Thc butts we are forced to save.
And when our noon hour rest is done,
And. we go back to. work.
We get burnod up by the noonday sun,
But our duties -e do not shirk.
Enrollee' s End.eavors For Convenience Forces
Kim To Contend With Contemptuous 'Assaults
While scaling the height of the
barrack, for the sole purpose of in-
stallihing a'sort of violin-shaped device, which is used to determine the
force of the rain drops (or something)
so as to "conclude whether or not he
should add a few raincoats to his exterior bed clothing (he reposes on an
upper berth), with the intention to
refrain from arising the following
morning with a drenched bed, body and
soul, Bill Schuette lost his balance,
and tried to form a 'Half-Nelson' a-
round the chimney in order to insure
himself a firm footing and safety for
his proceedings. As the chimney was
not in the spot ho 'grabbed' for, he
automatically came tumbling down. As
thc roof is rot of the Mansard type,
he came thundering do-_n ir*'pile-driving form, which caused the entire barrack to 'vibrato. (You all know this
size of 'Shotgun Bill.) He kissed, the
earth with such a tremendous force,
that particles of soil flew approximately fifteen feet and buried themselves in the palisades of the barrack.
There is now a hole large enough to ■
bury a woodchuck on the side of the .
No, no I Bill' 'can take it'. He
is not in the hospital, but if you see
him 'ankeling' around camp in a dil-
jat'ory state of being, you will know