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All of us little boys had a peachy time with our gliders at last Saturday's game--but we really didn't know just how to do it. With a little bit of practice we found out lots of good things and we'd like to tell you all about them.
This is the way we make our airplanes:
First lay out the CRIMSON with page one showing, on the back of the person sitting in the row ahead. Fold it lengthwise along the middle, open it up again, and then fold the two top corners into the middle. You now have a 45-degree angle--another such fold will make a 22 1/2 degree angle, and a third an angle of 11 1/4 degrees. (Professor Coolidege told us so.)
Now lift the whole thing from the back of the friend in front and raise the outermost fold on each side so that page four shows on top. A paper clip will hold the inner two folds to page one and guarantee reaching the field.
We have to go take our nap.
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