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But the clown was gone. Cam gave Eric her ice cream. She climbed onto a bench and looked around. “There he is. I see him,” Cam said, and pointed. Cam jumped down from the bench. She and Eric tried to run through the lobby. But they couldn’t get through the crowd. There were people walking slowly, holding full cups of soda. And there were little children who kept getting into Cam and Eric’s way. “He was right here. I just saw him,” Cam said when they reached an area where circus flashlights, banners, toys, and whistles were sold.
Long lines of people were waiting to buy food and circus posters, banners and books. Other groups of people were talking and eating. Cam and Eric looked for the ice cream stand. Aunt Molly went the other way, toward the ticket booth. As Cam and Eric walked through the lobby, they came to a crowd of laughing people. Cam stood on a bench behind the people to see what was happening. “It’s a clown,” Cam told Eric. The clown was wearing a large white jacket, and pants with red and blue stripes, and he was carrying a large brown shopping bag.
As they walked there, Cam and Eric thanked Aunt Molly for taking them to the circus. They said they had had a good time. ” Jack Wally gave them the programs and flashlights. Then they followed him to a small dressing room. One of the Bailors was sitting with his feet up on the dressing table. The other one had his feet soaking in a bucket of hot, soapy water. “I’d like you to meet some heroes,” Jack Wally said to the Bailor Brothers. ” The two brothers signed the programs. ” “Well,” Aunt Molly said, “my niece Jennifer and her friend Eric caught two clowns who were pickpockets.