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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 October 1930

Monty's House ■ t ., Edgar' . M^ders and ,\"Fish" Bridges , .spent the week-end at their homes in Glen Rose and as 1 usual came wading1 ■ home .on Sun- day afternoon. ' Archie : Sherrod, and his broth- . er, "''JPish" Sherrod, also spent the week-end at home. They managed to get back in spite of the mud, : in time.-:fqr "chow" on Sunday flight... j i. ——:— Our "Handsome Harry," Mr. ■ Stanley* Gray, spent the week-end with his sister in Dublin. ' ■Those of lis who were not for- tunate enotigh' to be out of j;own C9ijidnit help but observe the down- ' ix.'Ur. Respite the rain, "Fish" Niitter wept S.1 A.-ing- up around Stephenville High School. . Tom Welch is proving himself a "laggard in love" by. letting "Fish" .Bryan put the skids under him oyer at tht dump." f . ,. "Fish'" Bond wore a longj face all day Sunday, because a certain Freshman from the "dump" was 'out of town for the- week-end. Fort Frolics Alas, alas, sorrow has come to our domicile. Red Berry has gone and left "Fish" P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 October 1930

• LISTEN PLOWBOY (Continued ft-om;page one) sent, the hospital, at.. different times- : Eadi ■time-- a . surgeon; and a nurse.,, had to: be > awakened. Such was t^ie; friendliness' of these peo- ple, that they avouI dnot in any case' accept amy pay. Let's "iiot'. forget, that "Congrat- ulations. on .a', line game," Plow- 'boy," wheiywe nie^t him after a hard fought battle. • ■ .'. What ,is mpre thrlling than a report' that we a^e progressing nicely land. pleasing , the people of Stephenville and the Ta felt on fac- ulty? Are w ■/ started ■ right; for the .happiest, .fullest,v most . profitable year possible? Hare we forgot studies, ' .clubs, associates? Let's- remember how important'- each of these, really is and what a really big part ■ each plays toward the 'other.' ' • , The-'student body is behind the - Plowboys in thought, in. heart, in sjpjrifc7 ' Their, victory is our vic- tory, their defeat, pur defeat. -In victory ' or. in' defeat they . are still our Plowboys—we are sti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 October 1930

& Jk w •s /! /J~V ■ E5~ tUTEB WM&Ai> s 03? l*;, •' '£.'■■ f. Insist on yourself, never imitate" ^ Emerson s£ VOLUME XL STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1930 NUMBER ^ PLOWBOY! BY LUMBERJACKS IN HARD FOUGHT GAME PLOWBOY I M£ The plowboys invade the home of the'T, C. U. Pollywogs next Saturday. The Pollywogs have al ways, had a real team, but we are hoping1 the Plowboys will show them that Tarleton also has a bunch of fighting huskies. The spirit seems to he weaken ing,:'as' judged from the number out at. pep .'meeting last week. Plowboy,. do you mean to say that you. are whipped? No! A Plowboy is uever whipped. and_ never will be! Be at the pep meetings! Sup- port tiie team and ever uphold the Old Tarleton Spirit! The picking of the rifle team is m. progress at present. Tarle- ton is . expected to have a good rifle team this year, and they, like the athletic department, need your cooperation and support. Remem- ber all IffST" cadet corps is proud of a good rifle t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 October 1930

CALENDAR ■Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as' second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephen vilify " . ■' 1 ■ Texas, under act of. Congress of M^reh 3, 1879. Subscription Kates per year :$2.00 Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Faculty. Adviser _... STA|T Clarence Ferguson Estell Scott' ..Dollie Marie Glover <o A HUNDRED-POINT MAN At somevtime we will all want to ,be recommended for some position, . What will the one who recommends us' say about us? How would you like to be .called a= Hundred-Point Man? Personally, I 'would rather have that recommendation than to h^v.e nearly any other commendation one could give me.' Hundred-Point M.eji are not plentiful. What does it .take to be. a Hundred-Point Man ? A Hundred-Point Man is one who is true to every test; one who keeps his word; one who is loyal t^ the firm that employs him; one who does not listen for insult nor for slight; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 October 1930

The Midnight Prowler's Club The Midnight.' Prowler's club consists.of a group of College stu.; deiits—and otherwise—whose chief occupation vfe do' not feel that ■ the public would be _ interested in. This- club' holds its meetings in various places, most" ofv the time in homes. of its members. Two of our . conferences have been held on " West Vanderbilt.. street, and .we find1 that the K,aydets Sewell, Moore, Mitchell and a few others, are doing! a great- deal of study- ing1?.??? This club, being a body of admirers for 'Gents' who are so studious, is .going to take dras- tic measures toward exterminate log the • elements, causing distur- bance in the surrounding terri- tory. ' 1;' 10 jibs. Honey, $1.00 Sir Walter Raleigh Tobacco, 3 Cans for JJ5c . ! Moser Bros. Grocery East Washington OYSTERS 2 Dozen, 35c TRIMMINGS FOR PICNICS 1. Palace Market ,'\pn the Square"—Phone 125 CADETS and CO-EDS • ,■ .GIVE US A CHANCE To Make You Look Collegiate. iWe Will Appreciate Your Trade HUB BEAUTY A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 October 1930

Poet's Corner AN APPEECIATIOK / The female pedagogues—some thir- ty at least— Went to'thi woods to enjoy a fins feast. ' With pleaty of • food ' and. "oodles" of fun They spent the hours from setting of Bun Till night drove them home to duties and rest; Of all their picnics, this one was the beat. : " —Contributed by a Friend. TABLE TOW -SPIRIT It cornea, etern'ly as the seasons, . The spirit of all for one, for reas- ons To- see John Tarleton forge ahead again And win'and gain the praises for ■ us to sing. . ' . It thrills us and makes our joy quite complete; Bulea us, dominates—this■ student spirit. < It ciieers us and helps forget our pai;is . When TT0 hear, "On Ye Tarleton." suh.f again. Long-may it last and always be to you . A cheering element when you' are blue, . ' Tho happiest of thoughts when you are gay, . And fondest memory when you are away. —John H. Eatcliff. SCENES SEEN" ABOUND THE POSTOPFICE You are all acquainted with these scenes About which I shall endeavor to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 November 1930

vjA;: I ■■* : ■> "A" . '■ " s. s'j ft ■„ '■ f - , • *))' :4V ' v- . .f{ 0 *&£fa - > 5 JU CHARACTER , IS HIGHER THAN INTELLECT —Emerson,. ■ VOLUME XI. STEPHENVILLE; TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1930 NUMBER 8 PLOWBOY1 Students, G<et The Spirit We have a game here - Friday. 'Are you comiiig to the game and see the PiowboyB;,wmt.It is your duty, M<1 as a true, Tarletonite vre expect you to be' Qui to see the ijlpwboys win the game.* They- cannot win. for you unless yc;u give-them all you. have and, their V little,-, more. We must support, the' Plowbeys^'and we- are' going to do so! 1 • Elowboy, it is your duty to be at every pep. meeting,. TPhe freshmen are setting a' good example for the up- per clttBamen instead .of. the upper classmen setting the example.. Stu- dfruti, rftuiize what college means to you aud come to every pep meeting. the greatest erieitism of Tarleton at the T. C. U. game was.that we did. not fiave / any spirit. r,Wili yjou let a student body of. anot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 November 1930

-v I /. Travels Abroad > (DOLLIE MARIE GLOVER) Published Weekly by the Stu&euts of John Tarleton College Entered- as second class, jaail matter at the postoffice in Stophenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1,879. Subscription Rates per year -$2.00 Address ej.11 communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAPI" Editor-in-Chief Busii hobs, Manager., Paotllty Adviser-;.. -Clareiioe Ferguson —Eatell Scott ■ Dollie Marie Glover TRUE SPORTSMANSHIP /-What is a. true sportsman? The dictionary gives a def- inition like this: "One who competes fairly in any .contest, ac- cording-to.'the rules and spirit of the sport. Sportsmanship reaches a great de^l farther than just during the game. The real test comes when defeat stares one 5in the face. Sports- . naanship not only pertains, to .players, but it afso includes those on the side lines.,. A true sport never 'razzes' an opposing player. He gives the opposing, player credit for any spec- tacular : performance. He ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 November 1930

Campusology Class This, gathering1 is most con- . spicuous jn the afternoon after supper; Judging from the liuin- her enrolled,. we will have almost everyone in it before the semester is over. Of course we will nev<y ; be able to persuade zoology stu- ■; dents to take the course because th'jje classes conflict, 2 not in the time that both are held but in the apparent contrast of the pro- fessors of the class. As one; walks around on the girls-'.- dormitory 1 lawn when the soft-colors of the setting sun creep alike into the- hearts ,of both co- eds and cadets and make them want and need one another, he ■can' see many couples speaking in low- tones. ■ Of course they talk low : in order not to interfere or Interrupt the conversation of the members of that class. Of course you cannot blame the students for following the exam- ple set by the colonel himself. The major falls in line to follow the footsteps of his befoved "old lady." In fact he has followed so closely that he has seen o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 November 1930

• r\V'\/ .„ ■ i ■ V ■ ■ }*>■' 1. STUDENTS ASSIST IN YOGA- TONAL JUDGING CONTEST (Continued from page one) s . the -C6!Wge Farm and .took'' reason? pn': piis class.' J. H, Bturdivarit did the' same o^i beef cattle...B&by beeves belonging; to tbe'/.S'tephenvillu High Sehool. I-uturo ' Farmers' were .used. \Vef.t Jimmy, Grounds, and Young acted as "section leaders iu both the Poultry and Livestock 'contests and helped' with the Dairy -Cattle and Hogs, '-{uj.d the four" Poultry-"-classes, ' iWhit# Leghorn production - ai$ ex- hibition and Bhode Island Bed and 1 Bjjrred Ko'cks. . : . B. J. Hughes assisted Professor H, IT.'. Smith,, acting .as t clerk of tljo Dair-J; 'Cattle division of . thei Fair.' .This, experience "will" pro-ye very vain-- able: to the Agricultural students, all of .wliont will assist1] in eoiidueting . th'e Eighth Annual T^rletoii' Judging . (tiniest to be-heM iivApril. Dublin won the Livestock contest, . Stephenville seporidy ^Toiar third; and. G us tine "fou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 November 1930

" / /, \ ) v;' // £ y 1 JJi 0 £ BB/i REAL SERVICE WILL NOT LOSE NOBLENESS." Emerson 0 VOLUME XL STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1930 NUMBER 9 ARLETON ARMISTICE DAY WITH PRO PLOWBOYl ffi [jfiiiiiiiiiMMiiii "mil Plowboy, you manifested great spirit at the game' Saturday. We could not ask for greater support than you showed at the game. We noticed that a few fresh- men didn't care whether they yell- ed or not. One freshman seemed to jeer at our Plowboys when they came off the field. She stated that she did not care for Tarle- ton. Freshman, if you do not like Tarleton, Tarleton does not like you. An upperclassman seemed to be extremely hoarse, or something -was the matter, because he failed to open his mouth at the game. That's certain! y a new attitude for an upperclassipan to take, es~ ptL'ially when freshmen are look- ing to_ him as an example. Plowboy, if you had • the spirit to yell until you fainted and then kept yelling you would be what Tarleton wants you to be. One ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 November 1930

Pnblished Weekty by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second class , mail matter at the postoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1B79. Subscription Bates per year -$2.00 Address a31 communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager- Faculty Adviser ..Clarence Ferguson. -Eatell Sfiott -Dollie Marie Glover GRADES COME OUT Student, your grades have come out, and a copy of them have been sent to your parents at home. Have you failed, or have you passed? Failure does not embrace altogether ""the number that is on your report. If you have learned how to study and how to associate with people, your efforts have not been an unprofited failure. If you have learned to concentrate, the rest will come to you on the next report. Young man, if you have not profited by your six weeks in Tarleton, you are neither a scholar, student, nor pupil. You are a disappointment for your parents; and the sooner'you be- gin do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 November 1930

Can You Imagine . . . Fish Gilbert acting' serious? Manuel Merrill having a fancy for our little man-hater? "Pop" CJark responding in Eng- lish class? Uncle Henry pinching a fresh- man's cheek? The Dump girls wamting to in- troduce Sam Brown to a certain freshman 'at a football game? I can I Pish Askew getting such a break as to S. A. with Fish-Gil- bert? Fish (Lucy) Tucker S. A.-ing with our dear "Cousin" Coekrell? Agnes Lee S A.-ing with any other than Friou? Daisy Ruth liking chocolates? Annie C. being referred to as a "little girl1'? Kirby Warren (having a fancy for blonde freshmen? How Fish DuB-o-se feels without her room-mate, Lois Armstrong? A modern Don Juan is in our midst. See Tucker in "The Whole Town's Talking," Dr. S. D. Naylor Office Phone 130 Residence Phone JL. 30 Old Annex - Top Floor I Fort Frolics WHAT IS 6+6 CLARK'S FEED STORE Office Pkono 423 Rw, Phone 419 BE. J. 8, NTXTT DENTIST—X-RAY Special Att«oti'on Given Oral Prophylaxis and . Treating Pyorrhea, Office ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 November 1930

SPECIAL PEP MEETING HELD MONDAY NIGHT (Continued from page 1) of spirit is caused by many un- avoidable sources," says Coach Wisdom. Tb4c meeting T^as yery. elective, as shown in the game Saturday. ' The meeting adjourned about eight o'clock, and the students left "with a determination to support the team. Patronize, J-Xac advertisers - they support, your paper. Tarleton Students Always Welcome At Compton's Cash Store "41 Years in Stephenville" Latest Hits in Phonograph Records Best Prices on Portables Livingston's Music Store Watkin's Medicines Extracst and Toilet Articles at Livingston's Music Store HARRIS GROCERY The Place Where A11 the Students Trade Come in and Feel at Home. We Keep a Fresh Stock of EVERYTHING Come in and See for Yourself Henry Ellis Grocery & Market Economical ■—" Modern LYNCH'S SHOE SHOP Men's Half Soles 90c Ladies' Half Soles . . .80c West Washington St. We Have a Few , BARGAINS in Portable Phonographs THE PHONOGRAPH & TYPE- WRITER EX. & REPAIR S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 November 1930

Wag' % h zm EB-EE 1--^JEG:IEB, ■J AGREE WITH A WORD THAT YOU WILL DEFEND TO THE DEATH YOUR RIGHT TO SAY IT." ' —Voltaire.. TOLUMB XI, .STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 15, 1930. NUMBER 10. HOOL OF BY LOPSIDED SCORE PLOWBO.Yl Plowboy, how did you like the .game today? We ran wild, didn't we, against a , heavier-team than our own? Our team knows how to ■ put out, and they weren't1 afraid to do'it Tuesday afternoon. . Plowboys, you helped them 'win' the gime. Without your' wonderful yelling Tarleton ' could -. not ■ ■ have scored many times against Jefferson School of Law. ■ ■ : ; Y£is must thank both sides for play- ing such' , an Honest, elean, sincere game. Both showed real traits of de- sirable ; sportsmanship. ■ T'lfrtvbny, how- do ■ yoa - like- a ■ shirt .tail paradef Xou certainly did some • wonderful yelling."at the game,, and you deserved a shirt tail parade. There is surely spirit manifested in a parade that is for school spirit. .1 fJtay with your yell, leader. He' has •harder ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 November 1930

V -.Published Weekly, "by the Students of John Tarleton College • Entered las second class mail matter at the-: postoffice in. Stephen.ville, ' [ .1 Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1S79. , : Subscription. Bates per year — .. - Address all-'communieatious to The J-Tae, -$2.00 Station, Texas ' 3ditor-ip-Chie;P< ^ Business Manage'--- 'Faculty- Adviser..:— STATP -ClaTenee Ferguson .JEstell Scpjtt ..l...DoIUe Marie Glover THt: MAN WIIO IS DCJWN ANI> OUT In almost everyone's line there is a time when everything seems to he. going wrong if it has not already gone wrong. That i3 the time ; wbicb:gives uaan idea of what kind of person one really is. The fel- , low> who has1 never had aiiy difficulties can riot realize what they are, ; and He' can never sympathize with one who has. Almost anyone can keep.on or near the top wlien onde firmly , established, hut it is hard to start without much' of a foundation and build up to a high, standard. '■•Let us' take the matter of gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 November 1930

'>4' , v : NEW ANNEX NEWS . . Cia'ydiene Hoge had" as, a week -md guest. Miss Margaret Beeder from. T, 0. U. AUeene ■ Perry spent Saturday nijrhfc with Orleue Bailee tine. Mae and Eugenia went to their homes. We are glad they have dt,<_ide'<l to-leave at the same tiai'e b-t we won't have to hear thosg sad " . _'S from the on©. who was left r din'. spent the week-end in her home i.ri . OoTinan. Bobby a went to- Fort Worth'to see a. play at. the Little Theatre. .. • Maria Baiiehtifie went to Bluff •®^Te for t^e .week-end, ,... HueyHoljort went to Palo Pinto /with Jessie Mae Mack for the weelc- ' ' * : ' > " ■ ■e9^- . . . Laura, Milam went to her home i'4 Glen liose, _ . _ .-. [' rfatheriae Smith, Mildred Persons, iiiid Kat-herine Kandals went to Hico ."jr the ■creek-ead, leaving as many tonssoitte roommates in the ddrmi- ttry. . Mary Hunter was happy to have her' brpther. and sister over Sunday irnw I' >rl- Worth. / Tf/C B£ST FOR LESS Shs ve 10c ■5' Haircut 15e S^T;itai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 November 1930

li'-^;&.v";y '■ , Iiyui^.ll ■N'lV". ','TT;*"■ ■ • ■--. ■ ..' •' v '- r- ■ ■ - }mm' ■■ .-:" ,• ' '. " "' ■ -1 .j.. V ■ ■ "■ '■= - ^ / 'r; 'V "u,., V •" T !'• •■ ' '- '■ V ■ r J. ': \ . 1 . V* > ■ \ ^ •: '-. ^ ^ .-" .■■■• 'v . -v ;" .. ! '■./-:■■ \ ':."; ; f -i USTEN, PLOWBOY . (Continued from page 1) '., Bh.0.w pn-^oiiday,-Nbyeihbsr 17. Buy ybur- ticket aad be. on the-'front seat, "Because' if you mis.s "Cjo'mmon Clay,'.' you wl'l be. sorry,., . • .. ' Plawbpy, ; Company Jiasketbali. is, ' to-begin soon,'Be at every game ancl hejp' yo rcompany,' wiii, (The-. conjv ■pany ..that': you "are 'in is the beat "'.company;-'.therefore, help. it p.ut out tie. best basketball team. ■' .'■'If'we ever;.had'anyt&ing to keep (to;,vu the spirit,-we do not .have-it . any. more. Didn't , thoso .Plowboys plow,'through? Weren't-you proud of ..them,' though?. Gang, we've' gpt a swell bunch, of 'fellows 011 -that team. Lot's, give ^had' the credit duei' them; . It'ls time that the score■ was.l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 November 1930

%Th * % EE- ffi'RB amsg ujter- "LIFE IS NOT SO SHORT BUT THAT THERE IS ALWAYS TIME ENOUGH'FOR COURTESY EMERSON YOLTTME 21. ; STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1930 NUMBER 11. | ! PLOW BOYS TO MEET .HOWARD PAYNE AND WESTMINSTER IN LAST GAMES OF THE SEASON PLOWBOYI Plowboys, are you going to be on the sidelines yelling for Tarle- ton on Thursday! If you do not, you do not expect the team" to win. Snap out of it and be here when the Plowboys march on the . field, for another victory. Are. you coming" to the game on Thursday?1 We thvf one of'How- ard'' Payne';; reserve teams on Hays field. Vv'e" are putting- all of ' our stakes on the Plowboys, A smother vX-riis-nibM _o of the 'Plowboys played a good game for >T. C. U, Spearman played with the Plowboys in- '27 and '28. ■ Company basketball is ■ being be- gun.' ■ -What company will hold it . this year is what.we'are wonder- ,iiig.' Ployboy, it is your. duty to .see that" your company wins. How much are y.ou doing to help in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 November 1930

Published Weekly by' the Students of John Tarleton* College Entered as second class mail matter at the postofCiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March' 3, 1879. Subscription Bates per year -$2.00 Address ail1 communic'atioit.s to The J-1'ac, Tarleton Station,- Texas Editoi'-in-Chief Associate Editor.^.—. Feature Editor...... Literary Editor..™.— ; Sports Editor ..... Exchange Editor.-.-.— Society Editor — STATF Clarence Ferguson — „.Louis McGregor J. K. West Madeline Funkhttuser _Atwell Boncf _ ......... ...Tom Lewis , .... ;..'.:.Daisy Ruth Sebastian News Editor.. ac ■ Jackson Faculty Adviser i JDollie Marie Glover Business Manager_....„-__..-; . .• .....JEstel'l Scoff . First Assistant Business Manager. Cy Paul Eoney Second Assistant Business Manager.,.. Myndert Gilbert Travels Abroad (DOLLIE MARIE GLOVER) MONEY VALUE OF EDUCATION Would- anyone dare to^aet the limit of education, progress, and enlightenment when it seems tihat almost every moment some new, astoun...

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