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was petrified, and I didn't seem a
bit nervous. I suppose he expected a
lot of "kidding" afterwards, and no
wonder, poor soul. He managed to
pull through however, but E told me
afterwards that Eric's knees were
wiggling so, she thought they wouldn't
support him. The Polo dance still
leads in the voting, but we none of
us expect to win [out?], for Mr. Taylor is
just holding back for to-morrow
night, and then shoot the marsovians
ahead. The house was jammed
to-night and we had a lot of fun.
Mr. Hornbaker brought us home again.
Friday. May. 6th
Olive and Cousin Helen stopped for
us this morning, and we all went
up to the Day [U...y?] meeting together.
It was a large meeting, and we
were all as enthusiastic over the
success of the Kirmess, that we
wanted to give an extra performance
to-morrow night, but on phoning
Fred Taylor, we found his price
for the Academy for the extra night,
practically prohibitive. He has been
awfully mean to us anyway, +
where the trouble lies, we don't know,
but any number of people were