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00 a day should suit him just fine. He went in the store and got the job. But then two weeks later one day, George had to go to Harlem and deliver a birthday cake. The baker sent George there and then right after George had gone, he put up another sign that said he needed another deliver man. And the baker said, ‘He’ll never come back from that district, because dopatics, hang around there. ’ Not suspecting s thing, George stopped at one of the houses and went in the hall with the cake. He started to go upstairs but he saw two drunkies blocking the way.
The barbarians were being driven out of Rome, but, Rome was up in flames, so they used torches to conquer the Romans. The city of Rome burned to its last. The Romans were finally conquered, after over a hundred years of ruling. Pathos and Peri conquered the soldiers in the cave too. A few years later, Pathos went to Greece. He liked the country for its buildings, sculpture and art. The Greeks believed in Gods, such as; Zues, Hera, Iris, Artemis, Apollo, Hermes Posiedon, Ares, Kronos, Dionysus, Hespheastus, Pan, Pluto and Athena.
I wanted to show off Widener Library, the university museum and Harvard Yard to the children and share in their first impressions of a great university. Judy and I let the children settle into their rooms and went out for an hour to have a drink and relax. We agreed to pick the children up at four o’clock and tour the university. When we arrived at the girls’ rooms, Pamela, Grace and Dianne were on the rug in the sitting-room playing jacks. Across the hall Robert was drawing, Alvin reading and Maurice watching television.