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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 13 April 1935

THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Thwfc a. : SPORTS : A Saturday April 13 1935 . - - ll - I- Wy-' .... .' 4 iv2 v a Reds BOTH TEAMS THREATEN TO SCORE; LACK FINAL PUNCH; Third Intrasquad Game ' Is Slowed Up By Absence v Of Players jLast'Game To Be Playod y Thursday Afternoon In the third intin-squad foothill game of the spring training sea- gem the two squads the Redj and the Whites battled to a scoreless tie yesterday afternoon on Don- aldson field. jf Neither team could Rain consist- f'Vtly through the other's line nnd -' "tJkre wore no long flashy runs dls- ' played by either side during the tussle. The Whites held a si'ght edge over the Reds on both offense and defense making nine first downs to seven for the Reds. The first half wast all In favor of the .Whites who made six first downs to one 1 for the Reds but the Tied squad aroe back sttong in the second vtarisa to marke up six more first downs. 1?otn teams seriously threatened to score the Whites In the second quarter and the Reds i...

Publication Title: Mcmurry War Whoop
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 13 April 1935

Pigc Four today. April 13 1935 McMURRY WAR WHOOP SOCIETY i Eros Sponsor AH - College Fiesta. COMPLIMENT SENIOR CLASS ! WEDNESDAY AT THE WOOTEN In lienor of the 1014 seniors tho F.ro Literary Society Ik uponnorlnit z a Texas Fiesta at 'ho WooUm Ul ballroom Wednesday April 17 at R o'clock. It In to ho nn nil i coIIcrp affair with I ho seniors the faculty and nil student or Mr Marry MR guest. "Texas Our Texas" will be the ;thme none of the social nnd cow -boy Mrwl Spanish music will bo .furnished by a croup of costumed player. rimlillnir nt the tea table will bo Noll lttney Kill a 1o C.llbrcslh .nn( nil club officers cvcopl the two senior off loom. lnroth Mai shall and 11 Faye Rtlnchcomh-the otbci officers holnir Charlltie Kly presi- dent. Mill Maltha .lav Childless JmiIo Mess Saxon nml Dorothy Mathews. The committees rcivliiR are n follows: Tlio nroitiam committee: Noll Ttiney hall mnii and Kulh 1-oe (111- bifivlh. lorilhv Mathews Torn .laokson Mid Vera Both Meridian Dwomtlon committe...

Publication Title: Mcmurry War Whoop
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 20 April 1935

irmmmf pii f&fftt)tjfrran M0lurt$ Wat Wfynap Sophomore Edition Sophomore Edition Volume 12 Abilene Texas Saturday April 20 1935 Number 28 "Eyes Of Tlaloc" Casting Complete i 1 t Notice Easter holidays for McMurrj will begin Saturday at 1 p m . and will end next cWdncsday at 8 am All students arc urged to get back on the campus Wed- nesday morning: Dean Bos- wcll announces that the regu- lar custom of double cuts be- fore and after holidays will be enforced M-M Representatives To College Meeting Boswell Elected Secretary of Extension Dept. Shepherd Speaks . Attending the College Assocln- jtidjof Teachers President C Q SmitlT Dean G C Boswell Dr T5bpherd and Katherine Simpson spent last week end at Dallas The principal speaker of the convention was John Erskinc j president of Juilliard College Dr Ersklne spoke on "Better Fduca- tion " The American people he said colloct'vely do not think but indlviduallj thej do Dean Boswell was elected secretary-treasurer of the extension an 1 ct...

Publication Title: Mcmurry War Whoop
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 20 April 1935

I Page Two THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday April 20 1935 'M m M ra m m m M m M a rfltorrg BJar SUtnnp Student Publication rf McMurry College Abilene Texas TheKeyhok i lennis teams besides the other students who have nothing with which to occupy I mcir leisure umc. jn yes mere is a ciiuckui board in the book-store .and I did hear something about a piece of board with Spring Is with us hat no new squares marked off in wncil and some soda romances seem to pop out 1 guess . .. ' pop caps over at Hunt Ilnll also. all the heavy courting Is left up to Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association . Wo understand the i rock garden is be- .Jf R c "JJ mg constructed for entertainment of stu- .1crlcnJ.C(1 courlcr8 within our Entered as second class matter at the PoMofficc1 dents to stroll in romantic settings I sup- dYpl vrllv at Abilene Texas pose Hut the flood light T mt wot. Id be on m 0tMnWorls. U.NCl'JIUIll lllipi UVCIIIcm. ml tliu utliui nv .tjr nis courts and the present one. The even I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 20 April 1935

. . MMMMMMMNHH Saturday April 20 1935 THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Three : SPORTS -: A i i Reds Cop Series By Defeating Whites 13-7 Passing of Reds Brings Tallies Game Marks Close Of Spring Training For Indians Coach Medley a Red warrior de- feated Jtm McKcnzie's Whites 13-7 Thursday afternoon on a soggj field This mclec was the decid- ing game of the series which has continued through four games. The Whites took the first bv the close score of 7-6 and the Rods took the second skirmish 13 0 The third Issue ended in a scoreless tie which made It necessary for n fourth game to be played ha Reds featuring their high powered backfield counted twice a the result of passes Black burn's 20 yard heave to Dunlap put the ball on the six yard line early in the second quarter Bost made four nrds off tackle and then Anthonj dived over for the counter and also converted for the extra point Christian returned Anthon's kick off 50 jards and was finaltv brought down on the Red's iO jnrl line by Blackb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 20 April 1935

Page Pour McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday April 20 1935 150 Attend Ero All - College Party ''' UsZmJZffiWs III I r I m ?3AittSs- 'Hi! if TEXASHESTrPROGRAM IN HONOR OF SENIORS String Band Made Up of M'M Students Gives Music Speech Department Head Octet Also On Program The Siirmn l-nmbdii Knppn Lit crnry Society gave n Texnn Viesla " " . . . ... n. .' ?r;; ; o'clock. Uharllne Ely tin president of the du wan In ihaigc of the pmgram mri lifter n comoit gave n wel- come address to the senlois. no- w was Trunk- by Mm k Huwci. president of the smioi class. Cai- mline Coueh gne n leading fiom a Texas iiutlioi 0. llenn. nnd the CArty Octit hang two numbcii. "l.iiM'ly Spanish Senniila" and "(Imly We D.inie nnd Sing" The group rmyeii "i- h called a tup tin ciiu'Ii li'X'is Viista Suing Bund lompns Die i f Hob King. Wildnn Cnllowa.v Den lu Uiintsninii Cat land Ti ice. an I Itnvmiinil Johnston ..riin..l next with thilr Texan music and then the pinginm ended wlin a Vli-sln parade. Students nnd faculty ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 4 May 1935

aer Sfrv WR&P?91? m "vxwtftjj-sftj. i i JL X Volume 12 -JUNIORS McMurry School of Music i Honors Bach in Program & 250th Anniversary 5 of Birth of Composer t.To commemorate the 260th an- niversary of the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach McMurry school of music presented a series of pro. grams beginning Saturday morn- ing. In the concluding program on Sunday afternoon' tribute was also paid to Oeorg Friedrich Handel. 'The opening program Saturday at 10 a.m. featured the violin and piano pupils from the preparatory department while college students appeared in Saturday afternoon S ;nd evening programs and on Sun- y. As a climax to the Sunday igram the high school glee clubs gave a guest performance of the Sfollelujah Chorus from Hnndcl's "Uessiah." Several of the 'toiajor composi- tions of the masters were featured in the programs including the "well known arias "My Heart Ever tfaithful" (ach); "Where E'er You Walk" and "Honor and Arms" (Handel); "Sonata in G" for two violins an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 4 May 1935

PjageTwo THfe McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday May 4 1935. - rfHurry War Wtymxp Student Publication rf McMurry College Abilene Texas Member Texas Intercollegiate Tress Association Entered as second class matter at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas Subscription Rates: $1.00 per year; 75c per term; Advertising rates on application to ire business manager Hyman F. Teague Editor-in-Chie Biujc Jor. Gut Asiuiant Editor I. W. PiiiM.trs JSporti Editor Ann Allen '"y W'""" Howard Bulkr Shorty Drtrixhc P.i Javis Sports Dorothy Matthews Jnnic IVw Saxon Jo Palmer ciaany llollis Scuddcr Helen Walter Don Terry J.H. Unit Doris Fowler. LaFavc Slinchcomb Fca'urfs Horace Johnson Buunrss Manager Wcldon Morton Aswtnnl limincss ManAgfr !Donnld Childress .. Collector Llod Uiuromb Jo Palmer Don Wineinecr 'i- ' H... nnnM UnrrU. I.. C. Mat- this Holland Hope Pal White Reporters ? . n;:.l.L....i.r linn Sadler. Dorothy F.rr. Marie Rhodes Typists The War Whoop Motto For the wrongs that need insistence; For the cause th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 4 May 1935

THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Three -:- SPORTS -:- Saturday May 4 1935. JX . N CI 'Hqrless Advances OWES UtOMBHIIH) TO WIN FR0MU1REKCE0FA.CC C. L. HarUss won his match to keep McMurty in the secord rounl of the city tennis tournament. He on from Lawrence of A. C C. by the score of 64 G 8 G 4 and had to come from behind in or- der to win each of his s-ts. He plays Willard Poster of Simmo s in Ws next contest. Lawrence rf A. C C. wa No. 2 man from his college and Hurless being near to that rank gave the crowd thrills in winning a very fast match. The other match of the evcnlrg did not end so satisfactorily as C. Q. Smith Jr. lost to Joe Davis of AjC. C by the scores of 62 62. - Davis hails from Big Spring e he was a star in high school and gained honors at state in ten- nis. He Is freshman but is rated by critics as No. 1 man bscause he won an all-college tournament in our neighboring college. This match was featured by the good shots by Davis. Chenoweth Reeves Trice ivd Bost were elimin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 4 May 1935

McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday May 4 1931 SOCIETY i. THESPIANS HOLD OPEN HOUSE Art-Spanish (Ms TO HONOR A. C C. CLUB Stage Banquet fcPERSQN ALSJ St?rM?lT W LuaaaaaaaaaI TIP. Are Honor Pigge Four PALACE of SWEETS Hoire Made Candies Drinks Sandwiches 234 PINE Monday evening April 28 tlic Thespian Dramatic Club held open house In the home of Caroline Ortich for the Melpomcnoan Cluli lrnmallc organisation of Abilene Christian College. Homer UUcy Mrlpomcncan president and Mis Mnrffnrct Khrcsmann director of pcch In Abilene Christian Col- lejre wcro special guests for the putty. Charlcnc Ely secretary-treasurer of the host club wan at Die door to receive guests and present the club president lVt l)nls. "Others in the first formal line were Miss Couch Mrs J. Morey Millerman. ardstant In the depart- ment; nillic .Toe Cist student as- sistant; llyman Teajtue club reT porter; ami Dorothy Matthews. Other club momliers made up it line in the second receiving room. Those In the dining room to erve p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 11 May 1935

X War Wl)OGp Adieu and Fare Thee Well V Volume 12 Abilene Texas Saturday May 11 1935 Number 30 56 TO GRADUATE IN JUNE EXERCISES Eft Mtmutt m K t Annual Wah Wahtaysee Chapel Program Monday Aespian Production To Be Gran at Fair ParkMondayMay20 When the curtain goes up at Fair Park auditorium Tuesday .night. May 20 at 8 o'clock on the production "Eyes of Tlaloc" a three-act play the1 audience will see a stage set and atmosphere which one hundred McMurry stu- dents have worked two weeks to create. The production work however. " will not bo as large as the pageant last year but will be more tech- l4t y m Details of Totem Pole Ceremony To Be Revealed crj the anectators nass throuch the gate at the main entrance they will enter ft small Spanish villa. In this viBago will be SpanlsV dancers. cowboys and other color- ful entertainers. Twenty-five jun- ior speech pupils of Caroline Couch will assist the McMurry delcga- tlon. Janle Bess Saxon is in charge of this group and Is work- ing out a v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 11 May 1935

i V' .Saturday May 11 1935 THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Two &. '&$" JUfBurry War H3li0np Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas Member Tews Intercollegiate l'ress Association Entered ax second class matter at the PoMoffica at Abilene Texas Subscription Rates: 11.00 per year; 75c per term; Advertising rates on application to tie business manager Hyman F. Teague Hdilor-in-Chitj Bilue Joe Gut Auislant Editor J. W. Philliw Sportt Editor Ann Aixen Society Editor Howard Butter Shorty Detrixhe Pat Davis Sportt Dorothy Matthews Janie Bess Saxon Jo Palmer Society Hollls Scudder Helen Walter Don Terry J.B. Holt. Doris Foukr. LaFae Stinchcomb Fca'urci CONSTELLATION By Hyman Tcague Horace Johnson Business Manager Wcldon Morton 4ssistanl Business Manager Donald Childress rallector - Lloyd Lipscomb Jo Palmer Don Winelrirfer Jimmv Reaves. Imoerne Harris L. C. Mat- this Holland Hope Pat White Reporters Nuinn Witchkaemner. Don Sadler. Dorothy Foster Marie Rhodes Typists The War W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 11 May 1935

ftitltrr1nr Mnv 11 OXK THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP ..-..v v lm WU Page Three . tit m " ' ' ' " ? b jjgj ijf UK 1 Jj Harless Chenoweth In Tennis McM Racqactwrs Adrance to Finals Scheduled To Go Against Hardin-Simmons Today By virtue of a victory over Wal- tac art Boyd of Abilene high school G L. lUrlenn junior and MaKr Chenoweth sophomore ad- vance! to the third and aemt final found of the present rlty totnpatnent. The triumph vras corad in straight sets 63 6 3. This rates the McMurrians pretty fair as Wallace was No. 1 singles man at the high school this year ant) tiit same relative position was held' by Boyd last year who wm lib' champion of district 2. In- rsoholattlc League. The Indian duo seems to be off to the races now after having started slow in the first round. Attar dropping the first set Har- less and Chenoweth came from bo- hind to win the match' from Blako- ly jand Patterson of Hardin-Sltr moai. We are expecting theso boys to to into the finals and give them a 80-60 chance to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 11 May 1935

7 8 li '-rv : -v . r--v'&m( vE Page Four McMURRY WAR WHOOP .Saturday May li 1935 mmmm I Kiwi 1 II . I r. I In ' sfftsi : Spring Socials Hold Campus Spotlight Ministerial Forum Holds Banquet To Honor Senior Members '35 First annual Ministerial Fonim stnquct honoring the seniors was IkM Thursday night at 8 o'clock tn the educational building of St Paul's Methodist Church. Perorations using the college -olnra maroon and white were ftrcsfed with flowers tabic (dreamer and program. A clever program won carried Mil during tho serving of the din tot in which tho tonstmastor W. V.. Trlco carried on a humoron eonverxntion with lili "stoogis"' Auburn Nccl who snt across thi Toom. ItcV. W.T. Children pastor o( the Hrsl Methodist Church Rave the main address of tho evening npenklng on the subject "Hmploy tnont of Leisure Time" Other imngram numbers were: Invoca- fitian Rev. B. W. Dodson Forum mponsor; plnno solo Annn F Kll- cwtrlrk; voca! solo Noel Tirnnl; mml selections by the Torum qunr l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 18 May 1935

rM5T?-"Wv'4. Back To The Reservation Alumni " mlUitn y liar Whoop Ortctirtjife. More Than 1000 Copies Issued & AliinWi'- "Si. .wA. n-'.j 3t -n!??? i t" -i 1 S .Ail I7?sL -.- aim jjacs " w t Volume 12 SCORES DUE AT EDITORIALS An Outstanding Invitation In this alumni edition of officially announces complete Commencement Program and in connection. The day is May thirtieth ana it nas oeen turned over to alumni and ex-student affairs and occasions honoring the Class of 1934. Through this column the college sends heartiest greet- ings to alumni and friends and cordially invites them to its campus for the greatest of all gatherings home. J Rule and custom has been year. Everything is being done in different way. Come and see how you Ilk it. Music drama ora- tory teas dinners and convocation services will mark the highlights of the day. Dr. Umphrey Lee pas--tor of the Highland Park Metho- dust Church in Dallas will be the principal speaker for the dy and ill bring hi address to the clas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 18 May 1935

Page Two THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday May 18 1935 mW. ? kr Jfcflurrjf Wat hanp Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene TeJu $ Umber Text Intercollegiate PreM Aisociafle Entered a second class malterat tbe Postoffice at Abilene Texas Subscription Rates: 11.00 per year; 75c per term; Advertising rate on application to tie business manager il Hyman F. Teague Eduorin-Chiej nxtK Joe Gut Assistant Editor J. W. Phillips Sports Editor Am AttSN Society Editor Howard Butler Shorty Delrixhe Tat Dais Sports Dorothv Matthew. Janie Hcm Saxon. Jo Palmer Society liolli Scudder Helm Walter Don Terry J.H. Holt. Doris Fowler. IaFac Stinchcomb . Fca'urcs Horace Johnson liuiinms Manager Wcldon Morton Mutuant limitless Man-r.gtr Donald Children - . - Collector Lloyd Lipscomb Jo Palmer. Don Wineinecr Jlmmv Reacs. Imoccnc Harris. L. C. Mat- this Holland Hope Pal White Reporters Nuinrz Wlsehkaemiier. Don Sadler. Dorothy Foster Mark Rhodes Typists The War Whoop Motto For the wrongs that need resiste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 18 May 1935

McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Three SOCIETY 1 Saturday May 18 1935 jjlere Are Views From BentifjfiigofCMpis Is Wd Under Wa; Beautificatlon of the McMurry campus a project Inaugurated by President C Q. Smith last July lias been under way since that time and the reservation Is rapidly taking on the appearance which the landscape artist W. Krausc drew up In his original plans in September. Of prime interest to student' and faculty members who find themselves on the campus so much of the itme is the gift of the PreM dont and his wife presented at the Founders' Day program and for which a name is being chosen by students and alumni at the pres- ent time. The museum pictured above has been..iransformcd from the lilng to a typical Indian feet of native rock. The ratters extending from the top give a most realistic appearance. In the center of the garden is the rock fireplace with the space for barbecues marshmallow toasts and bonfires. Immediately in front of the fireplace is the fish pond which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 18 May 1935

THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday May 18 1935 J85 it i j ai waaxaaaaaa ti i set- . if jwa- it -1. W . ... mlmI niin iniMnia; .i. iTi f w ur & Paje Pour SPORTS I H3 A . wv t -t V X ll .I'S'&J'&SXfotite 1935 tahitoiu5!iHri Are Scheduled Climaxing next year foollmll) mB ToUm )s M1nteA an- reason will )c the nnnual home ppnre( n thc Wcno(lay morning tomlng claHh between thc Indian chapc BClvlcc to Mccpt lhc formn iind thc Wildcat on Saturday. No- prcHcnUtlon of thc ycarbook cmnor 21 It will close the nig- mm Jur Bowycl .35 cdtori rcj Uln scanon for thc Indians. lhc foown dedication before Coach R. M. Mc.llcy bus tents-. prcMnUng thc annual: lively arranged thc folowlng sened- To Cofich R M Medley who lo of gamis for the 1015 Unm: s fl oyRl frcn(1 t0 McMurry Col- East Texas State Teachers Col- c(?c am (u rtudcnta nd Wl0 has lego at Coleman SopU 27. contributed -much to the school Austin College at Schrman Ocl. SUCM wc Rrttfully dedicate with I deepest admiration and regard thc W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 1 June 1935

trf wnrrv 1 WMntvvj iter WUtmp sVfi .Abilene Texas Saturday June 1 193? Commencement Adieu But Not Goodbye Issue volumne 12 NUmber 32 eaker for Commencement Tonight Lee Sp I lW Recitals Otse Fie Arts Voir Art Department Sponsors Exhibit; Open Thru Commencement .Last of 3 RecitaW rine Arts uepartmMtt To Decorate Garden For Exercises ' . Fine Arts Department of Ivfc- Murry College climaxed the Teat's work with a series of rtthirtiywv cor ine aepanmem 01 music anu Mi exhibit under the department f art held during the pa'stWttro weeks. h A ' The art exhibit under :thtt(( rection of Mrs. Edgar FCvir .opened Sunday afternoon wjov a from 2 until 5 o'clock. 'It wrfl open until Thursday evening after dinner in order that ell visi- tors may have a chance to see the exhibit. Members of the Art Club served as hosts for the tea.' Gtjtet were met at the front of the building and ushered to the studio where students presided ovcrAfb tea table. The table was coveted .with lace and adorned whh.sUtjr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 1 June 1935

' 'r ." THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP HrHttrrH liar JHfonp Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas Member Tex Intercollegiate I'rcw Agocillor Entered as second elm matter at the Postoffice at Abilene Trial Subscription Rates: $1.00 per year; 75c per term; Advertising rate on application to tic business manager Hyman F. Teague hditor-in-Cfiief Dnjic Inr Gi.t AwtUuil Editor J. W P111M.IPS Sports Editor Ann Allen Society Editor Howard Butter Shorty Detrixbe Pat Davis Sports Dorothv Matthews. Janie Bess Saxon Jo Palmer Society Hollift Scudder Helen Waller Don Terry J.B. Holt. Doris Fowbcr. taFayc Stincbcomb Fca'urcs Horace Johnson Business Managtr Weldon Morton Assistant Burinesi Man&&r. Donald Children Collector Lloyd Lipscomb Jo Palmer Don Wineinger llmmv Reaves. Imosrene Harris. L. C. Mat this Holland Hope Pat White Reporters N..tn VUrtiVtMnM. Don Sadler. Dorothv Foster Marks Rhode Typist Th War Whocp Motto For the wrongs that need reslstence; Per the cause that needs as...

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