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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

. (Ccntinued from page 4.) Hoard of Trustees a Building Commit- tee. In the Full of 1923 the school was duly opened for students and a euc- cessful year of work is nearlng com--vestment of $100000 and is the latest -word in college building construc- tion. Building experts have declared it to bo the finest college building in Texas in point of design anl Construc- tion. Peyton Irving. official College Ex aminer of the State Department of Education says of It that it Is with one exception the best planned best built best equipped and best kept Junior college building in Texas. It rank9 second only to the magtficent new one and one halt million dollar plant ct the public junior college at Wichita Falls. It Is of fireproof material throughout and is arranged to provide commodious space for all depart- ments which go to make up a first class college. It has all the modern conveniences. The exterior is of a ''ght shade pressed brick. The In- terior woodwork and the doors are golden oak. ...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

COACH R. A. MKDLKY ATHLETIC MKNTOH. A' MAN WHO TEACHES FAIlt PLAY AS WELL AS MUSCLE lWVELOl'JlKNT. When thinking of furnishing a home or any part of it you will find what you want at our store. G. W. WALDROP & COMPANY Abilene Texas n ql Paint Oil Glass and Wall Paper BOLLING-KEAN 9-16 N. First Street Phone 1417 ED. S. HUGHES & CO. Wholesale and Retail Hardware We Extend to the Students of McMURRY COLLEGE A HEARTY WELCOME TO THE PALACE THEATRE Abilene's newest and best equipped theatre. Comfort- able upholstered seats and all latest improved equip- ment. Showing pictures as good as the b?st at prices cheaper than the rest. WE ARE FOR ABILENE AND McMURRY COLLEGE SOUTH SIDE t MANY COURSES OFFERED SUM- MER STUDENTS Owing to the rapid progress of edu- cational fields today the regents of t nntioTo inve designed a course to offer this summer that fits in nicely s.u.i tne requirements of the person who teaches and Is doing work for their degree during the summer months each year. I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

w Si DEAN GOES TO SPEECH DEPT. WICHITA FALLS PRESENTS MISS "When It rnina it pours" reads the old adnge and it seems as if mlsfor- Jtune does really come all at one time. Dean McKeown left Saturday after- noon for Wichita Falls where his father Rev. W.B. McKeown was op- erated on last week. He is also to see off his sister Mrs. C. R. Roberts who is going to Mayo Brothers Hospital at Rochester for a number of major op- erations. Mrs. Roberts is a graduate of T. W. C having been a very popti- lar student there. She also attended Stamford College and Southwestern University for a number of years. Mr. Roberts who is a member of the Mc- Murry Summer School faculty will be In Wichita Falls with the family. The Reverend Mr. McKeown is one of the pioneer ministers of the North- west Texas Conference and has exeH- years. Ho was at one time President of Clarendon College and has held many charges In different sections of the country. His condition is not re- ported to be critical and Dean Mc-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

V ) COST OF SUMMER TOTEMS GIVEN SESSION WILL BE STUDENTS WED. VERY SMALL The cost of attendance at the first summer session of McMurry will be small compared with the regular at- tendance fees of the long terms. Tu- ition board and student activity fees will average for the term about $105. Board for the ten weeks will cost approximately $75.00. Pupils will live In the dormitories all of which are modern up-to-date buildings contain- ing all conveniences and comforts. Tuition for the college students will be $30.00 for the ten weeks and for the academy $20.G0. This fee entitles the Btudent to participation in all lit- erary activities. Some summer schools do not try to furnish their students the entertain- ment that is so much a part of the legular term student. The McMurry regents have determined to make the cummer school Just as much like the regular college life ns possible and have left nothing undone thut is in their power to give the students the right kind of entertainment fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 September 1924

U Bitf. n t .ViCffit' V "S-' .' '. . v St ' w i-7 " . ' u 7" -J "'ft THE WAR-WHOOP fe. VOLUME II. Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas September 16 1924 NUMBER 1. "H7 '- 't nassRM i . A "r .' Sf Facts and Theory University of Chicago. Wells Theory Authors Lament. Prince of Wales. Colored Teachers. Poor Flappers. Research work in psychiatry the modern application of science to men tal ills is to become an Integral part of the medical education program of the University of Chicago. It is sig- nificant that Chicago is taking this lead in the study of mental diseases. Chicago is a crime center one of the largest.. Modern Criminologists ot which Chicago has many state that crime is due in most cases to a de- ranged menial condition either by heritage or degeneration. They sug gest as a punacea to society the giv- ing of ceitaln tests to all those of criminal tendencies and placing those found mentally deficient in segregated homes thus stopping the Inter-marriage of crimi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 September 1924

M if THE WAR-WHOOP '" STUDENT PUBLICATION OF McMURRY COLLEGE. Published Once Each Week by the Students of McMurry "Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year. Advertising Kates on Request. ISdItor-in-Cliicf . .. Bonner Mcador Business Manager . Robt. L. Young Ass't. Editor ... .. . John Knox WKLC03IK TO STUDENTS who have returned. To both old and new alike The War Whoop extends the heartiest of greetings. To new Btutlcnts speaking In behalf of last years student body we offer all the traditions and customs establish- ed this far all the good will and kind- ly feeling thnt wc possibly can and Ihe chance to participate In all activi- ties and become one of us. To old student wc are glnd to have ou back. Wo will do all in our pow- er to begin where wc left off lust June and to keep the old school "Pop" generating. A season has passed. The summer nun no longer casts Its lays with hurtling intent but as a giant grown wcary of his bacchanalian orgy seeks to make amends by amelioration anil yroptti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 September 1924

"WJST V" rtitrt 1-ffiflf ' t- X Y rT V 1 To the Faculty and Students of McMurry We invite you to pay us a visit and inspect our stock. Never before have we had as many new things for your approval. BABB-HOWARD D. G. CO. 170 Chestnut Phone 130 THE FASHION Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. 264 Pine Street LuiilBa Biuluing ATTENTION COLLEGE GIRLS The latest Fashions in Lady's Dress.- .The newest styles in Dresses Hats and Ready-to-Wear. We coid- ially invite you to visit us and to look over our stock. THE STYLE SHOP 160 Cypress Street Phones 1740 MILADY'S BOWER BETTER CLOTHES LESS MONEY Special Attractions for the College Girls. 961 South First Phone 1223 BRING YOUR OLD PENS TO US We Repair All Makes of Fountain Pens THE HILL-PENDER COMPANY Printers-Stationers Abilene Texas WELCOME We Are Showing the Latest in FOOTWEAR. 'A Fit Guaranteed If Left To Us" REED SHOE CO. 256 Pine Street SUMMER STUDES TRAINING SCHOOL GIVE SERIES OF OF S. S. WORKERS GOOD PROGRAMS WAS HELD HERE One of the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 September 1924

:v Wf?? V J S r ) vj I l COLLEGE FACULTY and STUDENTS We welcome you back to Abilene and hope you will have a pleasant and profit- able school year. We also want to extend you a hearty welcome to this store. Meet your friends here and make our store your downtown headquarters. We are glad to serve you and help to make your stay in Abilene pleasant. M1NTER DRY GOODS CO. Abilene's Progressive Store Queen 6 DAYS 6 Starting September 15th GREATEST and BEST NORMA TALMADGE PIC- TURE "Secrets" has only one showing in Texas. Al- though New York Los Angeles and other large cities are charging as much as $3.50 a seat our admission will remain the same Fifty Cents. THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK of Abilene Texas Capital $200000.00 Surplus and Profits $65000.00 We Will Appreciate Your Business MANY NEW MEM BERS INFACULTY Eight new faculty members hive been added to the competent list that piloted the bchool through the flr't year of Its history. Due to the lnrre number of students wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 27 September 1924

r THE WAR-WHOOP 4 VOLUME II. Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas September 27 1924 NUMBER 2. r' J Facts and Theory Ct litre College .lap Knriners Itfstitlltillll Howard (Jriiiit Howtud Giant of Chttago U' twenty was sentenced to hang for kill- ing a policeman leccntly. His rutin-.' a liooi tilppled old man Is praylir; God th.it some upilevo be given Ins .sun lie 1j basing his cat nest ple.i on the youth of his son He cites tlum lo the trial of past weeks in which Judge Caveily made the sentence of I.oeb and Leopold lead life Impil-on-nu lit i.ith! th.'ii hanging giving as an excuse the youth or the boys Why should not the old ciippkd falhoi s son be ivon the same sentence a- the sons ot lullltonnlu's.' Do wo lo.illy Kie two s.jts of laws one foi the ikh nn.l one loi the pool .' It's a c'nch th it he ttimc committed by the pool I oj w is not so hciious as that of Loch .iu' 1 eopold. Had a Juiv sel on ice case of I.oeb aril Leopold the erdict would Finely lime been to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 27 September 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP BTUDhNT PUBLICATION Of McMUllin COM I (JF Publinhal Out i t i(h Wtil by Ihi hluihiils of Mi Muuy Subscription Pi Ice $100 Per Near Advertising y-itcs on Ittquest Mltor In thief IlontiLr Vendor Itubt I ottnt John Knox ilncftH Mnnatr Am? Editor BFAlt llll IMHUISrMfMS How many of ou nail the udvir- ticements In tin It-Mit of tho tlr Mioop prctodllit this our Moat of ou probnbl did mr ny did not Whv hliould I rend ikem' hoiih will sin I don t wish to Inn anjthlnt I here nio ny reasons nlij mi should nail i J ' itrHnciiKiils In tin fit it place an ad In a pirsonal hui-hiim from the sdler to the tni r Ihi si llei has paid his etoncy tor spau in wlilih to talk an J fee has some dt finite thlntsi to say JDounlly he offi rs hartalns throuth ibtr columns I robahl) tin vry iblng you wimt to buy Is listed at an .Attractive prlee In tin niwhpiptr and cmo of not rtadint ou hai pall feigner price bccatiHi ou did not fcnovr wheie to bit) Then auiln ailvirtlst rs offer their ewent pun ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 27 September 1924

X i. V L HANDKERCHIEFS Chaiming handkci chiefs of ciepe de chine linen and voile. Some are plain some embroideied while others have dainty edges of footing. A few of out outstand- ing numbeis are listed here. Voile Kerchiefs Of white and bnght colois with footing and embroidered edges 35c Linen Kerchiefs Puie linen handkei chiefs in white and colois plain 01 embioideied coineis otheis with colored boideis. Choice 35c School Ket chiefs A good handkei chief for school is of high grada handkerchief cloth fast color boidei and diawn thieads 10c Hand Embioideied Kerchief Solid coloi puie linen hand embioideied corners 75c Crepe de chine Kerchiefs Novelty shaped in bught colois ambioideied edges . 75c Maderia Linen Kei chiefs Real hand embroideied lin- en handkeichiefs . . $1.25 11Mti!lHltffltillVi.'ai Showing for Your Approval Bradley Sweaters Sshloss Bros. Clothes Willard Hats for well- dressed men. A full line of Soprt Coats Dresses and Samuel Och Hats for Ladies. BABB - HOWARD D. t CO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 27 September 1924

COLLEGE FACULTY and STUDENTS We welcome you back to Abilene and hope you will have a pleasant and profit- able school year. We also want to extend you a hearty welcome to this store. Meet your friends here and make our store your downtown headquarters. We are glad to serve you and help to make your stay in Abilene pleasant. MINTER DRY GOODS CO. Ahili'iu's Iiouitssic Stoic AUDITING FIRM CHANGES HANDS 0" x A 111 tilt' Mllt Wit!) It'stllll jjl.iss.'s lor tlu' .study pci- Kltl 1)1' llttl'tl lll'll'. Abilene Optical Co. P. S. IIKKJINHOTIIAM Miimimf Ojioiih I l( iliul yiiiluiMiiii i 11 IHtimtnin ;U'ii vine SI l'ptnli- McKEE BLAIR General Insurance C.rmv lloti'l Itldir. I'liom' Ui.'i REX A. SMITH Ml M A i; mil ll'lIM I Hist Jl! I'm. si lliliin stl Mllth I 1 11 m 1 I .lit IISMIII t I lose' hllllllllll in t ( l-Uill ami riuiiii 4 lillttl Willi Register your name and address at our Booth in Exhibition Building at the Fair Grounds. We are giving away a cer- tain number of certi- ficates each d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 4 October 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP VOLUME II. Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Taxns October 4 1924. NUMBER 3. INDIANS WE MUST BEAT GL1FT0N INDIANS WIN OPENING CLASH WITH ROTAN AGGREGATION Contest Hard Fought Throughout the Four Quar- ters; Both Teams Needed More Practice But Were Always on Their Toes. McMurry's Line Was Weak. 1'VT WIII'IIY 1M "(iOSI.lA- M'.W- TO. HFS1'0.MMK KOK TOITI1. iom. iiiii lcdhlitkh v (i:ai.ii am. i'laikii a uiti vr t.ir. To the lcxil hem! of little Put Mui- jiliy and the sensational catch of "Gos- lln" No ton should bo glxcn the cie- dlt for winning the opening clash of t'ac giidii on season foi McUiui.x when the Indians played tho "All-Stir" Ho- lan AuuMicvn Liglon abnegation there "nst Monday afternoon The time wa ' to 0 At no time dining Lie same was elthoi sidt sine ol th" contest and both toiuhi thinugl.out tin entlrt four quatteis without a slow down In speed 'Ihe Legion team was tomjiosed of stais .'torn xurious colleges oei the icmiiti) and Its Indlxidliul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 4 October 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Subscription Prlre ?1.f"" Per Year .Mc.Murry than thousands of dollar' In ami enrned not only a name as one at the worthlessness of modern stu- In what capacity? donations. Those mm In Indian co:- til ths greatest figures in the history dents at compared with those of the Jliive ou ever had any kind of ticws- HiiiK'.s f.eie out them lolely for the ol tlu luiinan race lint alro an endur- past there r.te three factors which paperwork? . . Blltilrnl I'nblii ill urn nf Mi II null Edltt i-Ui-riitif jilisiiirw Mini IIH i Mu'l. r.ilUm Ahiiiiiiit Hiiiim ichinw' I'.ihlm Contributors to This IssiH' Lorn Watson Anna Minnie Lemon. Rankin P.ue. ituliy H.ikci Muigaret Reynolds l.nlii llorlh M.vall llimnle LlBinon Jessie Still. Mai" I McNccs Hnzel Iliimllton Lillian Hell. I'tunces I'otts I)e Long cm l..twlls. putptse ol tlnowlng nedlt to their Al- ma Mator They illd well. 'I hat i.;t in r.ltetteil bv the judges nppinvu! In the shape of lliht prl.i Kcip tip th.it spirit of doing every...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 4 October 1924

"jryc! V THE NEWEST HANDBAGS That's what one's new Fall costume requires and they are easily found here. Ever an important acces- sory bags assume an added importance this season with uiubr-the-arm styles so popular. A bag for every costume may be found in our Fall collection. A few numbers are listed many others are here: ULACK SATIN Under-the-ai m style tiimmed with steel beads moire silk lined 96.30 HKOWN LEATHER Under-the-arm bags embossed design silk cold handle suade lined ?6.00 1'IN SEAL Under-the-arm bags silk moire lined; pearl snip convenient appointment $11.50 Other under-the-arm and pouch bags $3.50 to $15.00 AhUmt't Fount S V'V fn AAffnl I'tattr MM This Week We Will Feature MEN'S SUITS Broadcloth Shirts and Hats- Look Them Over I 70 Chestnut and S. Second D. G. CO INCORPORATED 170 Chestnut Phone l.'iO THE FASHION Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. 264 Pine Street Luiiine Building ATTENTION COLLEGE GIRLS U It's something new you want we hae It. Our price are rlpht. 160...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 4 October 1924

mm ) j Aid the sight with restful glasses for thti study per- iod be fitted heie. Abilene Optical Co. T. S. HIGGINIIOTIIAM hliiuilmil Oiowrilsf ihid I'lmtoiniil'lo f niliinliii 22'nj Pine SI - Upst lirs .............. ....... - McKEE BLAIR General Insurance Giaeu Hotel HUljr. Phono KW AMERICAN CAFE Open at All Hon is for the convenioncv ol Student.-. AMLENE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE (ieo. A. Peurce Mjrr. Mptllill Nflllft Nf KllftJI ukack motki. hliki L THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK of Abilene Texas Capital $200000.00 Surplus and Profits $65000.00 We Will Appreciate Your Business "On what kind of horie do you think Paul Revere took his midnight ride'" "Oh t think It was a nightmare " Winniford's ! Everything New Woikmcn That Please 122 Pine St. American Legion wants your subscriptions to Magazines. Soe or Send Them to 1HLMK HUGHES Adj. fiOl Cedar St. Phone 729-W. TRY US Commercial Barber Shop in U N Tlrst St i eit CRESCENT CAFE Good Eats till III l lllllllllllllll I 7lllll(l(H ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 11 October 1924

iE533y THE WAR-WHOOP VOLUME II. Student Publication of McMurry College Abilena Texas October 11 1924 Number 4. Facts and Theory Prime of Mali's .MethwIM Ministers Aiirrun .Minds I'evjis Toch Tort .Murdjck The Prince of Wales donned over- ulls and worked In the bay fields for a whole half day on the ranch of his nearby neighbor In Canada. He sweated and tolled for a half day .- mg reil manual laboi the bnck- bi caking kind the kind that more than two thirds of the entire popula- tion of the earth must do to eat. And to the Prince It was a morning of rec- reation; nothing more. There Is too great a difference made in the present social system; too man) classes md too much Inequality of material tii'ngs And yet some are continually hatpin; on the fact that all men .tic bom free and equal. If the Prince is the tiuly big man he appeals to be time will come a time when this mornings work will come b.ick to him. He will lcmembei the giini) swv.it toll the chutf that Gtuni; Ills luck .mil t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 11 October 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP "SubscTIption Price 11.50 Per Year titutlcnt I'lihlkalion ill MrMiirry Ai'iilicutlnn made to have the War WLoop entered iik second class mall in the postofflce Abilene Texas. Editarin-Chlr Ilninur Mi'titlnr ffutinriiii Mmi'Wrr Itohiil itntiH) JUu'l. Hililor '" hT AttiKtaiit Killtnr - i'"' Mfillry Etchanyr. KtHtm I.umw Hitsun Jiimilh tUHtur Hum I lliwm Hvcictji KtlH'ir '' ""I''' A't. Kwifty Hilllm - Contributor's to thin Issue: E. I) Landrclh Tlllle oiing Mir- iam Olson Randolph 1-ong. Pel Mur- phy Halpb Steen Oliver Hush. A UMir. or mi. .''"'" j in-. i-i M Tin re l duo woiu In the Kuglish Jungu.ige mat piooutily iim-iiuh iiioiu U tin: uidlviuiiai tno employer the bUbiiiuHH-imii me. dun an orgunl.i- ilUlis ami e-ii tin- united States as a ' inlioif tiinn any oilier woid n is in lact the ry lutiiiilatiim or meielj. fciiioulii we read the oath of uiiy organ- ization 01 emu tlie itiiiiianieutal Ibenic ot It could he condemned Into out woid "Loyalty." Without It our languag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 11 October 1924

i THE NEWEST HANDBAGS That's what one's new Fall costume requires and they are easily found here. Ever an important acces- sory bags assume an added importance this season with under-the-arm styles so popular. A bag for every costume may be found in our Fall collection. A few numbers are listed many others are here: BLACK SATIN Under-the-ai m style tiimmed with steel beads moire silk lined $6.50 BROWN LEATHER Under-the-arm bags embossed design silk cord handle suede lined $6.00 PIN SEAL Under-the-arm bags silk moire lined; pearl snap convenient appointment $11.50 Other under-the-arm and pouch bags $3.50 to $15.00 AUUmt't FmwtUt Mrm stttpmt rim f ww This Week We Will Feature MEN'S SUITS Broadcloth Shirts and Hats- Look Them Over 1 70 Chestnut and S. Second BABB-HOWARDD. G.C0 .INCORPORATED 170 Chestnut -.vl- i Phone 130 -. i . r f.'i'i f.i '..b.A THE FASHION Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. 264 Pine Street Lurline Building POINTED PIFFLE PERSONALS (Itj llasscll I run n) Hack in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 11 October 1924

win) Aid the .siy;ht with restful glasses for thu study per- iod he fitted heie. Abilene Optical Co. T. S. HIGGINBOTIIAM Ntuiiititril Hiliimrilsl find Phulmjniiihi i of lUslim linn 2201 Pine St. Upstairs. McKEE BLAIR General Insurance ('.race Hotel Bldg. Phone Ktr AMERICAN CAFE . Open at All I lotus lor the coiiM-nience ol Students. Special Rates to Students On Rental or Sale Contracts All Make Machines Phone 217 A1HLKNE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Geo. A. Pearce Mjjr. ttpuhlf .S'tucfCMf ItiltfS ukaci: howl iu.na. THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK of Abilene Texas Capital $200000.00 Surplus and Profits $65000.00 We Will Appreciate Your Business A Review Made of the Indiana (Continued from page 1) of plaj that pcifect cnopctatlnn ntnl that machlnu-llkc precision that N Midi a delight to the cjeH of both to'tliuH and fans alike and ho itcn- li.'l to a 1 1 it tn In nettlim t licit p!ni under wn pioperly but this (onus nly nfloi lnni experience and plajlnj: Uvcther. It (an be (ictclopci...

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