Signer: Gallaudet, Edward Miner (1910)
Title of film: The Lorna Doone Country of Devonshire, England
Number of segments: 91
ASL English Segment
pose:bow ABOUT YEAR(rep)THIRTY PAST, ONE PUBLISH BOOK ABOUT pn:ENGLAND(It) VERY FAMOUS NAME L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-EAbout thirty years ago a well-known book was published about England by the title of "Lorna Doone."1
T-H-E D-O-O-N-E F-A-M-I-L-Y, CLASS NOBLE IN pn:ENGLAND(lt)The Doone family descended from nobility2
BUT DET-IX(It) CLASS (It) ROBBER~STEAL~AGENTbut they were highway thieves and robbers3
OFTEN ON WAY cl-i:XxXx(coach-ride) TAKE(dn,rep2x,2h-alt) MALE~FEMALE~PEOPLE(rf) MONEY SOMETIMES PLOW TAKE(dn,rep2x,2h-alt,at_rt) SHEEP COW(2h). They would hold up carriages, gentlemen, and ladies alike, and take their money and even sometimes farms and sheep and cattle.4
ONCE THAT(1h) CLASS ON WAY CATCH ONE FEMALE~FANCY pn:FRANCE WITH FEMALE~cl-d:B(small-height,l-hand) OLD(r-hand) FIVE(l-hand)Once, they held up a lady of French descent accompanied by a young girl of 5.5
AND CLASS TAKE(-from-lt) ALL 3P-POSS-PL MONEY EARRING~BROOCH~YELLOW AND FEMALE~cl-d:B(small-height) TAKE GO-AWAY(-to-lt_shoulder)They took all of her money and jewelry and then kidnapped the young child6
AND FEMALE~FANCY LEAVE-THERE(-to-rt) GOING(-to-lt) INN(lt) AND STAY DAY(1h) SEVERAL SICK AND(rf) DIE(1h).And left the lady who lived a few days, but then grew ill and died.7
THAT(1h) FEMALE~cl-d:B(small-height,l-hand) TRUE CHANGE NAME L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E AND(l-hand) GROWUP(l-hand) IN CLASS(lt) THAT(1h,lt) F-A-M-I-L-Y The young girl's name was changed to Lorna Doone and raised by that family.8
OTHER(l-hand) SHAPE(lt) CHARACTER IN BOOK J-O-H-N R-I-D-D ONE(l-hand) YOUNG PLOW~AGENT IN pn:ENGLAND Another character in the book is John Ridd, a farmer in England9
AND 3P-SELF(lt) DURING MALE~cl-d:B(small-height) IN SCHOOL 3P-POSS(lt) FATHER GET cl:1(bullet-hit-body) DIE(1h,l-hand) FROM D-O-O-N-E-S CLASS(rc)When John was a young lad in school, his father was shot and killed by the Doone family.10
AND J-O-H-N HAVE A FEEL STRONG AGAINST(rt) THAT(1h,rt) CLASS(rc)And thus, John had very strong feelings against that family.11
ONE DAY(1h) J-O-H-N(l-hand) GOING INITIAL-W~WAY(trace-wavy-path) NAME W-A-T-E-R-S-L-I-D-E FOR FISHING One day John went down river to a place by the name of Waterslide to fish.12
AND 3P-SELF GOING PROGRESS(rep2x) WAY(winding-downstream) ALL-DAY LAST ARRIVE(ctr) ONE BIG LAND~HERE(ctr) VERY BEAUTIFUL FIND(l-hand) FEMALE~YOUNG gs:SIT(lt) THERE(lt) He traveled downstream all afternoon until at last he came to a beautiful wide open area and found a young lady sitting there.13
J-O-H-N BEGIN SAY~TALK(lc) WITH THAT(1h, lc) FEMALE~YOUNGJohn began to talk with the young lady,14
THAT(1h, lt) FEMALE~YOUNG L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-Ewho happened to be Lorna Doone.15
J-O-H-N(l-hand) OLD(l-hand) EIGHTEEN(l-hand), L-O-R-N-A OLD FIFTEEN(r-hand)John was 18, and Lorna was 15 at the time16
VERY EASY PROGRESS IN 3P-POSS(lt) FRIENDThey got along very well.17
SEEM(2h) HAPPEN LOVE~FALL(rep,dual,lt-and-ctr) 3P-IX-DUAL(lt-to-ctr) FIRST SEEIt seems that they had fallen in love at first sight.18
1P-IX (neg)PURPOSE STORY ABOUT 3P-POSS(rt) LOVE SWEETHEART CONTINUE NEGATIVEMy purpose is not to elaborate on their love affair, and so I won't.19
1P-IX PURPOSE OTHER(rep2x,l-hand) BUT RELATED(lt-to-ctr) WITH THAT(2h,rc)However, my purpose is related to their romance.20
THAT(1h) HAPPEN(rep2x,lt-to-rt) IN BOOK L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E GIVE-GIFT(-to-lt) NAME(lt) TO LAND~ALL-OVER IN S-O-M-E-R-S-E-T(l-hand) AND D-E-V-O-N-O-N-T-I-O-S(r-hand) NAMED T-H-E L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E C-O-U-N-T-R-Y AND(l-hand) THAT(1h,l-hand) 1P-IX PURPOSE STORY NOW The events in the book explain the origin of the name given to the country around Somerset and Devonshire, The Lorna Doone Country, and that is what I will elaborate on now.21
THAT(rep,2h) TO THAT(1h) LAND CONTINUE(1h) UP-TILL-NOW THIRTY YEAR MANY(rep,lt) MALE(rf)~FEMALE(rf)~PEOPLE(rf) cl-p:55(mass-approach,lt-to-ctr) LOOK-AT(1h-to-rt) PLACE(rep,rt-to-lt) HAPPEN(rep,ctr-to-lt) LIKE IN THAT(1h,lt) STORYFor the past 30 years people have flocked to the Lorna Doone country to visit the sites of interest where the story took place.22
AND MORE THINK~SUPERIOR ALL-OVER VERY BEAUTIFUL C-O-U-N-T-R-YIn addition, people visit the area for its beautiful landscape.23
PAST SUMMER IX//1-2-3 1P-IX WITH 1P-POSS FEMALE~BORN K-A-T-H-A-R-I-N-E AND(l-hand) TWO(l-hand) pn:ENGLAND(lt) FRIEND D-R AND M-R-S R-A-Y-N-E-R A few summers ago my daughter, Katharine and I went to England to visit two of my friends, Dr. and Mrs. Rayner.24
3P-IX-DUAL(l-hand,lt) AGO SEE~VISIT(-to-lt) COLLEGE IN pn:WASHINGTON-DCThey had visited the college in Washington long ago.25
AND(l-hand) M-R-S R-A-Y-N-E-R PASS-DOWN(-from-shoulder) FROM O-L-I-V-E-R C-R-O-M-W-E-L-L Mrs. Rayner is a descendant of Oliver Cromwell.26
3P-IX(lc) CLASS IN CITY(lc) L-Y-N-T-O-N DURING WEEK(rep) SEVERAL(l-hand) We stayed in Lynton for several weeks.27
L-Y-N-T-O-N(l-hand) NEAR(lt) THAT(1h) WHERE T-H-E L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E C-O-U-N-T-R-Y ALL-OVER NEAR(lt) INITIAL-W~LIQUID-CLASS~cl-d:55(ocean,-to-lt) B-R-I-S-T-O-L C-H-A-N-N-E-L(l-hand), AND ROCK~cl-d:BB(up-steep-cliff,rt) VERY BEAUTIFUL U-N-I-Q-U-ELynton is very near Lorna Doone Country, by the ocean and Bristol Channel with unique and beautiful cliffs.28
1P-SELF(rep2x,neg)SEE EQUAL THAT(2h_parallel) OTHER(rep2x) PLACE(rt) ALWAYS~NEGATIVEI have never seen any place that equals the cliffs of Bristol Channel.29
NEAR(-to-X) L-Y-N-T-O-N ONE(l-hand) SEE(l-hand,-to-lt) BEAUTIFUL(l-hand) WALK(-to-rt) WAY(-to-rt) NAME T-H-E C-L-I-F-F W-A-L-K From the Lynton is a beautiful walkwat called the Cliff Walk.30
cl-trace:1(walkway,-to-rt) MILE(rep,rt) TWO AND THAT(rep,1h) WAY(all along,-to-rt) LOOK-AT(dn-the-cliff,rt) INITIAL-W~LIQUID-CLASS~cl-d:55(ocean) THREE~HUNDRED MEASURE-FEET(dn,lt) AND cl-trace:1(up-cliff) ROCK(rep2x) THREE~HUNDRED MEASURE-FEET(up)There are two miles along the Cliff Walk which allow a view of the ocean 300 feet down and of the cliff rising 300 feet higher than the walkway.31
WALK cl-trace:1(walkway,-to-rt) NEAR(-to-X) MIND~SPIN SOME(rep2x) THINK~SUPERIOR FEEL(2h) FEAR FALL(2h,rt) IN LIQUID-CLASS~cl-d:55(ocean,-to-rt) cl-d-trace:B(path-dn,-to-rt)Walking along the Cliff Walk nearly makes one dizzy because you fear that you are about to fall into the ocean.32
THAT(rep,1h) VERY U-N-U-S-U-A-L RELATED O-F LIQUID-CLASS~cl-d:55(ocean,-to-rt) AND ROCK~cl-d:BB(up-and-fwd-to-lt) It was a very unusual layout of ocean and cliff.33
THAT(1h) WAY(-to-rt) LEAD(-to-rt) TO C-A-S-T-L-E-R-O-C-K, ONE BEAUTIFUL ROCK(rep)~cl-d-trace:BB(up,-to-rt) ABOUT MEASURE-FEET(up) ONE~THOUSANDContinuing on, we came to beautiful Castle Rock which rises to an elevation of 1,000 feet.34
AND FROM-THEN-ON(rt) THAT(rep,2h) ONE LIKE STRANGE(rep,rt) C-A-V-E cl-d-trace:BB(curved-opening,rt) ENTER(rt)And from there we looked around in a very interesting cave.35
IN THAT(2h,rc) AGO DURING TIME-PERIOD L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E, ONE(l-hand) FEMALE(l-hand)~OLD(2h) LIVE NAMED A W-I-T-C-H, M-O-T-H-E-R M-E-L-D-R-U-M(Melldrum)In that cave, long ago, lived an old woman, Mother Melldrum, believed to be a witch.36
AND(l-hand) TO THAT(2h) FEMALE ONCE J-O-H-N R-I-D-D(l-hand) HAPPEN 3P-POSS(lt) SWEETHEART WITH L-O-R-N-A PROGRESS SOME DILEMMA(rep2x,arc,rt-to-lt) 3P-SELF(lt) GO-TO(-to-rt) SEE~ASK-QUESTION(rep,-to-rt) THAT(1h,rt) FEMALE~OLD(2h) FOR HELP.John Ridd once went to her with some problems he and Lorna were having and sought help from the old woman.37
AND THAT(1h,rt) FEMALE~OLD(nod,2h,rt) HELP(rep) J-O-H-N CAUSE(-to-lt) FEEL(2h) HEART STRONG FOR SWEETHEART L-O-R-N-A CONTINUE(1h,l-hand)She was able to help John, and made his love for Lorna grow even more steadfast.38
NOW RELATED(-to-lt) THAT(rep2x,1h) NEAR(-to-X) LAND~ALL-OVER VERY BEAUTIFUL ONCE~TWICE cl-d:55(wavy-movement-fwd,rolling-meadows,rt-to-lt) C-O-L-O-R-S ON LANDNow all around that area is land rich with color.39
SOME PLOW LANDSome of the land is cultivated.40
BUT SOME NEGATIVE GROW(rep,rt) W-I-L-D AND(l-hand) LOOK-AT(1h-to-rt) DURING MONTH S-E-P-T NAMED H-E-A-T-H-E-R VERY BEAUTIFUL RED(rep4x) ALL-OVER. Some of the land grows wild and looks as if it is dotted with heather, beautiful and red.41
NEAR(rep) THAT(1h) H-E-A-T-H-E-R, LAND PLACE(-to-rt) WITH G-O-R-S-E YELLOW BEAUTIFUL VERY ALL-OVER(2h,l-hand_static,rc) AND(l-hand) FROM-THEN-ON(-to-rt) B-R-A-K-E-N RED(l-hand) BLACK(l-hand) COLOR GROW(rep3x,small_arc_at_rt) AND DURING INDEFINITE LOOK-AT(1h+arc-to-rt) SEEM(2h) SAME ONE BEAUTIFUL ARTIST(rep5x,lt) cl-d-trace:11(picture-frame,lt) IN C-O-L-O-R Surrounding the heather meadows are gorse bushes with yellow blossoms and beyond that bracken grows with deep reddish black blossoms which create a picturesque scene.42
FROM L-Y-N-T-O-N(l-hand) SEVERAL(2h) BEAUTIFUL WAY(rep2x) FOR cl-i:XxXx(coach-ride,rt) OR WALK ALL-OVER T-H-E L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E C-O-U-N-T-R-YThere are several paths you can take from Lynton to see the Lorna Doone country, either by carriage or by foot.43
ONE(l-hand) DAY(1h) 1P-POSS FRIEND 1P-IX cl-p:55(group-moves-along) cl-i:XxXx(coach-ride) TO J-O-H-N R-I-D-D-'S F-A-R-M One day my friends and I took a carriage ride to John Ridd's farm.44
NOW CONTINUE(2h) GOOD VERY GROW(rep2x,ctr-to-lt) ENOUGH(rep,lt) NEAT(lt)It is still a working farm.45
HOUSE FANCY NEAT LARGE(lc) SHOW MALE~INDEFINITE RICH PLOW KEEP(lc) ALL-OVER From the outside, the house looks large and well-kept, indicating that someone of substance lives there.46
AND 1P-IX-PL GET(lt) EAT UNDER(lt) LARGE(lt) TREE(l-hand_dom) SEEM(2h,lt) SAME OLD(2h) ENOUGH FOR YEAR(rep) THREE~HUNDRED PAST(l-hand) WHEN TIME-PERIOD O-F J-O-H-NWe ate under a large old tree which could have been there when John Ridd was alive 300 years ago.47
FEMALE~YOUNG RELATED(ctr-to-lt) PLOW CLASS BRING(lt-to-rt) EAT BREAD BUTTER TEA - ALWAYS TEA IN pn:ENGLAND.One of the women from the farmhouse served us bread and butter and tea-you always have tea in England.48
AND 1P-IX-PL STAY(2h,lt) AWHILE VERY PLEASANT GETWe had a very pleasant time there.49
NEAR(rep) THAT(1h) WAY(-to-rt) NAMED(-to-rt) T-H-E D-O-O-N-E V-A-L-L-E-Y LEAD(-to-rt) TO(-to-rt) LAND~HERE(rt) IN THAT(1h,rt) T-H D-O-O-N-E-S LIVENearby, we took the Doone Valley road which leads to the Doone homestead.50
HAVE ROCK~cl-d-trace:BB(up-mountain) cl-d-trace:B(surrounding-land) SEE~KEEP FREE FROM INTERFERE(rep2x)The Doone Valley is surrounded by mountains which provides protection from intruders.51
AND IN THAT(2h,rt) NOW SOME(rep) LEAVE-THERE(rc) ROCK R-U-I-N-S SHOW OLD(2h) HOUSE AGO D-O-O-N-E-S LIVE IN THAT(rep2x,2h)There are some ruins which indicate the location of the Doone house.52
NOW (neg) cl:XxXx(crumble,twisting _mov_at_wrists_showing-ruins,rt-to-lt) ALL~WIPE-AWAY.The house is gone now.53
OTHER(l-hand) VERY BEAUTIFUL WAY WALK FROM L-Y-N-T-O-N ONE DAY(1h) 1P-POSS FRIEND cl-p:55(group-move-along) WAY T-H-E V-A-L-L-E-Y O-F T-H-E L-Y-N-NAnother time, we took the beautiful Valley of the Lynn route.54
ONE(l-hand) BEAUTIFUL(l-hand) cl-d:55(up)-to-(dn,waterfall,rt-to-lt), A M-O-U-N-T-A-I-N T-O-R-R-E-N-TThere is a waterfall on that route.55
AND WALK(rc) NEAR(rep,lt) cl-dtrace:B(path-at-lt-trunk-fwd) SEE(l-hand) LIKE TO ONE PLACE NAME W-A-T-E-R-S-M-E-E-T.And walking along we came to an interesting spot called Watersmeet.56
THAT(1h,l-hand) TWO WAY(rep,rt-and-ctr) INITIAL-W~cl-d:55(up)-to-(dn,waterfall,rt-to-lt)This is where two rivers come together and meet at the waterfall.57
THERE(rt) ALL NEAR(rep3x,small_arc) THAT(1h) GIVE KNOW~STAY R-O-C-K C-R-E-E-K P-A-R-K NEAR pn:WASHINGTON-DC VERY BEAUTIFUL LIKEThe surroudings reminded me of Rock Creek Park near Washington which are interesting and beautiful.58
OTHER DAY(1h) 1P-IX-PL cl-p:55(group-move-along-to-rt) TO ONE VERY LIKE OLD EAT~BED NAME L-E-Y A-B-B-E-Y Still another day we traveled to another interesting old home called Ley Abbey.59
VERY FANCY ROCK BUILD LARGE WITH cl-d:CC(rep2x,column,lt,ctr,rt) MALE RICH HAVE KEEP NOWA large, stately home built of stone with column pillars across the front now owned by a very wealthy fellow.60
BUT YEAR THREE~HUNDRED PAST DURING TIME-PERIOD L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E THAT(1h,l-hand,rt) HAVE 3P-SELF(rt) OVER-ALL B-A-R-O-N W-H-I-C-H-A-L-S-E *However, 300 years ago Baron Whichehalse owned the estate.61
AND(l-hand) 3P-SELF(rc) HAVE A MALE~BORN VERY THINK~SUCCEED FOR LEAVE-FROM(-to-rt) 3P-POSS EAT~BED RELATED(ctr-to-lt) T-H-E D-O-O-N-E-S CLASS(l-hand,lt)Whichehalse had a son who became infamous for falling in with the Doones.62
AND LOVE~FALL(-to-lt) L-O-R-N-A AND WANT(lt) MARRY(lt) L-O-R-N-A(l-hand) BUT L-O-R-N-A(l-hand) REJECT(rep3x,-to-rt) His son fell in love with Lorna and wanted to marry her, but alas she rejected his advances.63
AND FROM-THEN-ON THAT(1h,rt) MALE YOUNG GET(2h) cl:1(bullet-hit-body) DIE(1h,l-hand) IN ONE ROBBER STEAL TAKE(rep2x,2h-alt,rt-to-ctr) RELATED T-H-E D-O-O-N-E-S *Later he was ?shot/stabbed during one of the Doones' raids and died.64
VERY PITY(-to-rt) MALE~YOUNG DET-IX(rf,rt) VERY NOBLE NEAT TO ONE(int,l-hand) 3P-SELF(rt) OFFER(lt) STEAL(rep,lt) TAKE(rep2x,2h-alt)How sad that he was such a nice, young nobleman until he sunk into theivery65
NEAR THAT(1h,rt) HOUSE 1P-IX-PL HAVE T-H-E G-A-R-D-N-E-R-S H-O-U-S-EClose by was the gardener's house66
1P-IX-PL HAVE VERY PLEASANT TEA EAT MUCH AND THINKING ABOUT FEEL~PITY YOUNG W-H-I-C-H-A-L-S-E 3P-SELF(rt) LOVE FOR L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E WRONG(2h) 3P-POSS(rt) LIVE HAPPY LOSE gs:ALASAnd there we had a very pleasant tea, contemplating the fate of the young Whichehalse who loved Lorna Doone so and who unfortunately lose his chance for a happy life.67
OTHER DAY(1h) 1P-IX-PL HAVE VERY LIKE HAPPENAnother time, we had an interesting experience.68
ONE OLD(2h)~HABIT IN THAT(1h) LAND(diverging) NEAR(rep3x) YEARLY IN S-E-P-T FOR HAVE THING NAMED A S-T-A-G H-U-N-T-E-R-S M-E-E-TThat country has an old custom of holding an annual event called the Stag Hunters Meet.69
MALE(l-hand) FEMALE(l-hand) FANCY(rep2x) FROM PLACE(rep,rt-to-lt) FAR(rt) FAR(l-hand_dom,lt) FAR(ctr) cl:LEGSonB(ride-horse), cl:LEGSonB(sidestraddle) IN CLOTHES RED AND VARIOUS CLOTHES GATHER ON A M-O-O-R MILE(rep,fwd) FOUR, FIVE FROM L-Y-N-T-O-N(l-hand) FOR(l-hand) SHOOT-GUN(rep,2h,rt-to-ctr) DEER(rep,2h)Ladies and gentlemen from far and wide gather for this event, and are mounted on steeds in an array of colorful outfits for the occassion (the women ride side straddle) in a moor 4 or 5 miles from Lynton to hunt for deer.70
AND IN THAT(2h) LAND NOW DEER(2h) ENOUGH(rep2x) MANY(rep2x,arc,hands_diverge)The Lorna Doone Country has an abundance of deer.71
AND THAT(1h) SEE ALL-DAY VERY LIKE SEE MALE(rc)~FEMALE(rc)~PEOPLE MANY(rep4x,arc,hands_diverge) cl:LEGSonB(ride-horse) ACROSS(rep2x,rt-to-lt) TRAVEL(rep4x,hands_diverge,all-over_lt-and-rt)It was fascinating to watch all of these gentlemen and ladies riding the countryside.72
ONE OLD(2h)~HABIT PAST(2h) SEVERAL~HUNDRED Y-E-A-R-SThis custom has been around for several hundred years.73
TRUE(l-hand) pn:ENGLAND C-U-S-T-O-MA true English custom.74
1P-SELF BUY IN L-Y-N-T-O-N ONE cl-d:55(across-chest) S-K-I-N O-F A BEAUTIFUL S-T-A-G AND HAVE IN 1P-POSS HOUSE(lc) NOW FOR KNOW~STAY T-H-E L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E C-O-U-N-T-R-Y I, myself, purchased the skin of a beautiful stag in Lynton, and it now hangs in my home as a reminder of my visit to the Lorna Doone Country.75
OTHER DAY(1h) 1P-IX-PL HAVE ONE VERY NEAT cl-i:XxXx(coach-ride) TO ONE HOUSE~cl:CC(church) OLD NAME O-A-R-E C-H-U-R-C-HAnd another day we had a pleasant carriage ride to the Oare church.76
IN THAT(1h,l-hand) HOUSE~cl:CC(church) J-O-H-N R-I-D-D AND L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E MARRYIt was in that very church that John Ridd and Lorna Doone wed.77
BUT RELATED WITH 3P-POSS(lc) MARRY ONE AWFUL~HAPPENThere is a tragic event related to their wedding day.78
C-A-R-V-E-R D-O-O-N-E WHO LOVE L-O-R-N-A(l-hand) WANT(lc) MARRY(lc) AND ENVY(l-hand) MUCH THAT(1h) J-O-H-N R-I-D-D SHOOT-PISTOL(-to-lt) SHOOT-PISTOL(-to-lt) L-O-R-N-A cl:1(bullet-hit-body) DURING 3P-IX-PL(rf,lt) STAND NEAR(-to-lt) T-H-E A-L-T-A-RCarver Doone, who loved Lorna and wanted her hand, was so envious of John that he came to the church and shot Lorna while they were standing at the altar.79
BUT HAPPY FOR SAY L-O-R-N-A DIE(1h) NEGATIVEI am happy to say that Lorna did not die.80
LIVE MORE FUTURE WEEK(rep) SEVERAL IMPROVE STRONGShe survived the tragedy, improving steadily over the next several weeks.81
AND J-O-H-N AND L-O-R-N-A LIVE HAPPY FROM-THEN-ON CONTINUE(rf) YEAR(rep) MANYAnd thus, John and Lorna lived happily for years to come.82
1P-IX THINK~HOPE 1P-POSS STORY ABOUT T-H-E L-O-R-N-A D-O-O-N-E C-O-U-N-T-R-Y TEMPT 2P-IX-PL ALL FOR READ BOOKI hope my story about the Lorna Doone Country has inspired you all to read the book.83
THAT(1h) WORTH LARGEFor that is the most important of all.84
STORY(rep2x) OLD pn:ENGLAND HAPPEN(arc,rt-to-lt) LIKE VERYAnd these stories about old England are so interesting.85
AND NOW WORD SEVERAL(2h) TO DEAF CLASS pn:AMERICAAnd now a few words to you Deaf Americans.86
2P-IX-PL THINK 1P-IX A L-O-A-F-E-R NOWYou may think me a loafer now.87
(neg)WRONG(l-hand), NEGATIVEBut I assure you, I am not.88
1P-IX TRY FIND WORK(rep3x,arc) PROGRESS FUTUREI will try to find work to occupy myself.89
TRUE 1P-IX LEAVE(-from-lt) FROM COLLEGE BUT 1P-POSS HEART CONTINUE(1h,l-hand) gs:WARM-HAND~ENTHUSIASTIC FOR DEAF AND THINK~HOPE 1P-IX FIND(l-hand) WAY(rep) FOR HELP(rep) DEAF IN pn:AMERICA ALL-OVER FROM-THEN-ON. Even though I am leaving the college, there will always be a warm place in my heart for the Deaf and I hope I will always find ways to help the cause of the Deaf in America.90
THANKYOUThank you.91