Unman, Wittering and Zigo (1971) Poster


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[John Ebony's first day teaching. The students are taking turns reading from a history book]

Wittering: [faintly] hypotenuse... hypotenuse... hypotenuse

John Ebony: Who's that muttering?

Wittering: Me, sir.

Lipstrob: He can't help it, sir.

Cuthbun: He says 'hypotenuse' all the time, sir.

Ankerton: He likes the word.

Aggeridge: Mr. Pelham said he was 'hypotenus-ed' by it, sir!

[general laughter]

John Ebony: Stop it! Very well, you've had ample warning. This form will kept in on Saturday afternoon from 2:30.

Cloistermouth: It's not a good idea, sir.

John Ebony: Why is that, Cloistermouth?

Cloistermouth: Mr. Pelham tried it once, sir.

Terhew: The week before last.

Cloistermouth: And that's why we killed him, sir.

[long silence]

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