A girl looked calmly at a caller one evening and remarked:
"George, as it is leap year—"
The caller turned pale.
"As it is leap year," she continued, "and you've been calling regularly now four nights a week for a long, long time, George, I propose—"
"I'm not in a position to marry on my salary Grace" George interrupted hurriedly.
"I know that, George," the girl pursued, "and so, as it is leap year, I thought I'd propose that you lay off and give some of the more eligible fellows a chance."—L.F. Clarke.