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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1989 SportscripHire Picks 2 Eagles as All-Conference '1 #4 4* I Sports Scripture By Silas Johnson I! The Camus Chat's All Lone Star Conference Basketball Squad for 1939 KIKHT TEAM Player (School) Ponition Mattetion (SKA) Forward Viimon (Kant Texan) Forward Yarbro (North Texa*) ('-enter Preston (North Texas) (iuard Carpenter (East Texan) (iuurii Sport* writers, or would lie * sports writers, have always lieen known as a bunch of sceptics who, for no reason at all, are continu- ally sticking their respective necks out into the otherwise clean oxone. As that may be, there are two particular time* in the year's schedule of sports that said seep tics crawl even further out upon the well-worn limb The close of the football season and the selec- tion of an all-conference grid team is probably the better known of the two, but the close of the rage season is another heudni hi' Thus you see above the ( umpus ("hat's selections for all all-Lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1939

THE CAM PI'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THUR8DAY. MARCH 2. HW> I PUdg«ship Begins for 8 Clubs as 98 RusKms Acnpt Bids Following the rush activities of the social organisa- tion*. 98 ruaheea formally accepted philtre bids at the mevt- inir>* of the respective clubs last Monday. Two recently formed clubs, Kappa Kappa Kappa and the Falcone*, have |H st- |«oned the addition of new niemlier* until tin fall semester of next year. KAHI'A mm A I'l Preceding a social hi>ur at th* bum*' of N«ncy Harris, president, March 10. The pledge' an Ita/.el llaKans, ,ome a, .Nancy nam,. pr,m, hom;„, fn>m lh.ni>on< Kd.th •II jwmtar. of Kapp. Thet*P. MtP,,lb ot fron, K „ r, participated in formally initiating > ,^,lh ht, to pledgoh.p Mary Anne Hon- s*l„ , Noll dricks, sophomore from McKtnney, , . , ,. ... v., . , , . . - Johnson, senior from Koscoc; .Net- Annii Louise Johnston, junior from .. - ... , u t, i u t■«' l-av Welt*, junior from r.iljre I>hIlw>. Marjoru Helsher, juntoi ... * ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1939

See Playi Monday a The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Tea chert College in tfce United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 See May* THIRTKKNTH YKAIt Nl'MRKK IO Colleges To Initiate Sayr* Urge* Conservation Course NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 1989 mm TELEPHONE * I Teachers College To Be Headquarters Of Work It Started Ton institution- of higher learn ing in Texas will offer the course in conservation of natural resource* which was inaugurated at the North Texas State Teachers Pol lege last summer, Dean H B liar- rl«, course director at thi* Teachers College, announced this week In addition, two other schools, the University of Texas and Southern Methodist University, will use one or more speaker* oa'h week in connection with their general lec- tun and entertainment programs. Collcgi ■ which will offer the full conservation course include the sev en Teachers College North Texas at Denton, Sam Houston at Hunts- ville, Southwest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 9. 1989 Mf— TW Campus Chat Striking with silent swiftness, uifluenia which has ' • *"LEFHOM« 4x |HTli f>w««>pin(r Texan for the punt few weeks, reached weekly during the collage year by the Teacher* College last weak. As a result the College atndenta of the North Texas State Teacher* College, hospital has been filled with coughing, blear-eyed gat, i n(j M urond r I a n i matter l>ec. 8 1916, at the students who run fever foi a <tuy or two and then peat o«n at Denton. Teaas, under the'act of March released to go '<ack to then classes in a ur- I, IV79 prisingly weakened condition considering the brief ■mum,,, duration of their illness A few of th;*se will prob SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIN ERED B^ MAIL ably overdo themselves Iwforc I hey get their itrength year 11.00 back. and will return to the hospital for a serious Advertising rata* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Classified advertis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1939

Tracksters Place in Two Meets Over Week End THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 9, 1989 Sports Scripture By SiIm Johnson Rideouts Compete in San Francisco; Others Nitttrs To Open From Bench By JOHN THOMABON Season on Local Courts March 23 «. ach I'ote Shands' netters 0p«n their practice matches in Denton when th«y engage the Central Oklahoma Teachers he,,. March The scheduled ina h with Bay- lor here mi Saturday has la-en post- poned until the firm of April. Six «>f the expected seven mum- tiers are now working out daily. Dewey ( hit, a squadman from last >'eai. i devoting all of his time to Kecent sport stories concerning I ortrail *f a track man for their own enjoyment of run- Among .dr. C h a r I e s (Choc) ning, Claude and Johnny Jackson, spoilsman * widely distributed freshman member of the mile re- ,h"' «'nder path there an- lay team and sprint star, measured many who possess versatile pow- off a rtOO-yard stretch around the • ' m then chosen line of athletic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1939

PA4UC roum THE CAMPUS THAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH i\m AH-Colltf* Dane* Friday Members of the PHoraff soror-*- ity will M|M>nw>r mi open formal dance Smurili) nucht, March U, in the recreation building. The receiving lint- at th«' dance will be MNttftoaed of Mr*. Myrtle Hardy, club sponsor; Mri>. Mary H Wesson. Ileal) Edith L Clark, and tin- following officer* of the Mirortty and their escorts- Mar- tha Belle Cunningham. president; Frances Stall, up. vice-pre*ident Society I*van last Wednesday Will Initiate 66 Gammadions Using their traditional candle- light inir ceremony, the (iatnniadion and Martha Jo Edwards. aacre tary. Music for the dance will In fur- nished by Floyd Graham and hi* Ace* of Collofreland Dancing will he from 9 until 12 o'clock Fifteen pledge* of Beta Alpha Rho Beta fraternity will be the honoree* at a liarbecuc given by member* of the organisation at the Denton Country Club Friday nipht. Pledge*, members and their dates will leave the Beta Home i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 March 1939

r, WeetHer—- Who Carts? The Campus Chat Z730 | WHe Knows? .1 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United Stetes—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 THIRTKKNTH YKAH M M I IKK NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARC H 16. 1939 TELEPHONE 11 Rehearsals Start Tuesday On Player Production Li'l Abn«r Dane* Hilarious Comedy Deals With Lives of American Family V\ ith casting completed Suudav <>ii Ihr Pulit/.ei Prize play of I!'.'I7, "Y: u Can't Taki It With Y<iu." members of the College players began rehearsals in <•«i ru*st Tut1* •lay innht Dealing with an irresponsible American family that collect snakes, print their own iliniu'i men uk, manufacture *recruekcrs, anil go in for ballet darieiiiK ami playw ritniK. the play is n hilarious comedy the tirut comedy the play ers have presented oil a tine art-* card this *ea>on Produe'ion date has lieen tentatively set for May R. Frit* Kimbrell and Nolia Tram inel, sophomore students from Den...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 March 1939

PAGE TWO THK CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 16. 198!) Tha Campus Chat Marryfraph. Omc* Mani:ai Am 107; Tblkpbonb 1842 Commerce Heal I'm Friday Ho what? Si w< arc going to win the conference Published weekly during the college ywr by th track championship again this year. Strange word* student* of the North Texas State Teachers College. after Commerce has just finished beating us in m Filtered a* second-class matter Dec. 8, 1918. at tiie dual meet* Pet hap-. hut there m a reason behind pout office at l «nton, Texas, under the act of March my statement J, 1R70. If y„u will ruck your memory just a hit, you may rwnII that Commerce beat us la-l yeai hi h Editorial) Wards By Ray Edwards CltbeJikeHe In/ I <' /// . M L tkruq Being Modern Manner- Fur Modern Misses Professional Campus Book of the Week Personalities SI BSCRIPTION RATKS. DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year Sl.tH) sinnlai dual nut' and we responded by licking the tat out of < <>mmeiTe in th conference...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 March 1939

THK CAMPUS (HAT. DKNTON, TKXAK. THURSDAY. MARCH 16. 1989 I ♦ r t Lions Outpoint Eagles In Close Cinder Conflict Friday Mile Relay Proves Winning Event of Nip and Tuck Affair ' <mch Holt Harry's Kast Texas I.ion Kile nwli' relay s.|uad came through Friday afternoon at Ka irl< Field (o miii then •• vt-nt and • inch the annual dual meet be I weeli the I,lulls atlil the Kagle fm the Commerce squad 11 Cook overtook Klaine Hideout in tie linal lap to come in a scarce two feet ahead of the Kagle entry. Team pointk stood at til tal lies for the Ijt.iii^ and t o■... for the Kagles when the time came foi the running of the las' event, and the winner uf that event, the mile relay, would clinch the win fm lux school The team composed of Henson, Hourland, Low cry, and • isik was timed at minutes, 21 and .1 tenths seconds The Com merce team led fm the first two laps h\ two yards un'il Wayne Nideout outran l.o>*cry to come in fi yards ahead, but the Lion's HO ace, Cook, passed Hlailie on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 March 1939

roim THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 1«, 19S9 Alph* Chi U—t- WU.li mMvi Wren Sister Club Jane Oliver, T S. C. W, stu- dent, and l<e lie Hildehrand, stu- dent of Teacher* (ollegc, gave addresses at a jntni meeting of the Teachers Collefi and T S C. W. chapters of Alpha Chi last Tuesday mirht in the College Club house on the T S C. W campus Midi* Oliver spoke on "World Affair* as I See Ft." taking for her theme the view* of Clyde F'ft gleston in hii> book, Analysis of the Problem of War. Hildehrand spoke on "The Efficiency of Na Hon* and It* Effect When War Come* " Two T. S. C. W. student* gave music nciul« during the program. Oomthy White played « piano nolo, and Mary Etta 1/ong sang u solo. The sponsors of both chapters. l)r Elsie Jenison Di Autrey Nell Wiley, and I)r. Spencer Stokei of T S (". W., and Miss Bessn Shook and Mine Myrtle Brown of the Teacher* Oollejfc faculty, were present. The group danced and played various games after the program It was agreed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1939

Congratulations, Track Team -1 The Campus Chat Z730 ■ 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in Hie United Stetes—49 Yeers of Continuous Service—1939 THIRTEENTH YEAK NlTMBER 24 mm NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 2H. 1939 TELEPHO wmm Eagles Break Six Records at Stock Show Meet Progressive Education It Scout Frat As Records Fall Topic of KeliHer Talk Lecture Is Part Of Joint Meeting Of PEA and TSTA l)r. Alice V. Keliher, chairman (if the Commission on Human Rela tions of the Progressive Educa- tion Association, will lecture to night on the subject, "What In Progressive Education." in the Col- lege auditorium at 8 o'clock. Dr I.. H. Hubhard, president of T. S O. W.. will preside This lecture forms a part of the program of the joint meeting of the Progressive Education Associa- tion and the district five group of the Texas State Teachers Associ- ation. Other lectures will be given tonight in I (alias and Fort Worth. The Port Worth lecture will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 28. 1939 THg CampUS Chat Harryfraph. Omen Manual A*r* 107; T«lkfbon* 1242 Published weekly during the college year bj the student i> of the North Texas StaU Teacher# College. Entered as second-class matter Dec 8. 1H1H, at the post office at Denton. Texas under the act of March . lfeT9. scbscrIiTion rates, One college year DELIVERED BY MAIL $1.00 Advertising raw furnit«he i on application Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Classified advertisement*, £c per word per insertion. EDITOR-IN-f HIEF Harry Black Ray Edwards •Silas Johnson Mary Willard Edith McElhcny R B Ks, i. Edith McElhcny, Frances Ham let t. ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER COLUMNISTS Ray Edward* Silas Johnson, Dut-wood Hayes. John Thompson. REPORTERS oneta Ashley Allene Berry. Roberta By a is, C'oieman, R. B. Fulcher. I>ais\ Merle (iieoi Fnu < Huffim-. Eloise Parka, Helen Powell, J"hn Thonia- aon, Da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1939

I<l (I of a ut of I, ot ft s' et II n of >U « u|> in Track Squad For Triangle Will Vie With Runnar-Up Teams Of Stock Show Leaving this w fk for Brown- wood to compete in i triangular meet to !>«• held Friday night be tweeii tH«- three highest ranging teams in lust week's Stock Show meet in Fort Worth, Coach Sport- man'." varsity trackmen will again face Kast Texas and Howard I'ayne, teams that ranked second and third respectively. Kant Texas fell only three point ■ihort of tying the (Cagle sijuad Saturday, and Howard Payne was tmrd The Lions took n dual meet from the Kagles by six points earlier in the season. A triauifular meet 01 iginallv I liedllled fur April 7 between Southern Methodist University, the I'niveisity of Texas, and the College teams has been moved to March 2X The meet will held in Kirt Worth Walker Breaks Ankle; To Be Out Rest of Spring Training Devere Walker, junior from t In ode in Teachers College, su« tamed a broken right ankle Friday afternoon in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1939

THE CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 28. 19JW j'D#lfci Psi Kappa CiHtQt Pilm Pn— Makat Plant for Officers for Date Advaw«d The New Week Me new MaN Far Homo-Coming Coming Yoar Sponsored by the Forum Council, member* of the freshman rlt > will 1* guests of honor at a com- bination entertainment program and informal dance next Wedne* day at 7 p m. in the Callage audi- torium and from 8 to Hi p. m in the recreation building. The dance, which follows the program, will be entirely comple- mentary and will he open only to those freshmen who attend the pre- ceding program Included on the program will in a class sing, led by Hannah Hoff; selected numl>er by the fresh- man orchestra; a reading by John- nie Belle Holley; a vocal selection by Nature Adfaun; and a social usage demonst rut ion by Helen Mac Huston Trojan Pledges Repay Members, Giving Picnic At Leke ' "ednesday Spring semester pledges of the Trojans honored fraternity mem- bers Wednesday with r picnic at Lake Ital...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1939

Attend Iota AM-CeMef# Saturday Night The Campus Chat TJQ+ THMTEENTH YKAR NUMBER 24 TEACH NORTH A Cappella Choir to Sing Home Concert Wednesday Evening Four T. C. Representatives To Return from Health Meet . On Labci 4 mar if Miss Cotteral ♦ Dr. Ruby Smith, <Umtor of tkf foreign language department, was guest iipoakor it a ss sating «T the Pan American Student Forum Gives Report On Research Ifttli K<>ui representatives of the North Texn- State Teachers College will return Thin"ilny from Tulsa, Okla- homa, where they participated in 'lu> Southern District Convention "f the American Association of Health. Physical Education, and Kccreation, March 27-,'tO. The Teachers College group included Misses Donnie Cotteral and Beu- lah Marriss, members of the physi- cal education faculty, and two stu- dents. representatives of the Health and Physical Kducation Profession- al ('lull of the College —Charles l{i< Ks, of Knnis. vice-president, and Miss l.ee Allmon of Bloom ftig (•rove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THl'RSDAY, MARCH 80. 1989 TK« Campus CKat Hurympk* !T Manual Am 107; II Hhsll we sell unw to our friends, the demo- cratic nations, or shsll we not? That in one of the weekly daring the college year by the major problem* of policy faring the l'nit«d State* itttdwti of the North Texas 8Ute Teacher* Collage. «overn ent today Kntared aa second-class matter Doc. 8, 1916, at the One faction hi Conicri'M believea that if the Hitler poet office at Danton. Texas, under the act of March ambition to conquei Europe i* to Im' stalemated, the s. Ii7 England, Francc, and their allien they must d< Ed itorial Wards By Ray Edwards COLLEGIATE By taking a gander around the ,, . , _ . „ . .... Several sugggestions have been hospital it might be discovered that I nited . tate* Must thro* all her resources behind proffered to this column to give a some atudents don't get enough to England. France, and their allies they must do bailed discussion of •'collegiate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1939

1 4 * 4 • 1 t 1 t THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH SO. 1989 * Butler University Cancels Cinder Meet Slated With Eagles in Denton Monday Hopes to Initiate Athletic Relations With T. C. Next Year I'lii scheduled dual meet be- • n Coach < "hoe Sportsman'* '• nly clml> and Hutler IJniver- ity'.- ifnat track Uibiii at the \.'i-th Texas State Teacher* Col- . . le u Monday niRht has lieen itncelled at the last moment hy Iv'.iy Sears, Hutler track coach, it * ,i announced Thrusday mornniK >•> I u an Theron J. Koutw, director f physical education nt the Teach- er- College. I'he meet would have brought in- ompetition two of the groat t ick teama of the country and a ild have been featured by a blas- >►.' mile contest between the .miles' Blaine Hideout and But Bill Southworth, who would a\> been the tirst runner to push -l>.>rtiman's ace in the mile on nth Texas soil Netters Open Season; Trounce Contra I Teachers \ II! Country Boys, Natives Tie In 'Mural ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TBXA8. THU1I8DAY, MARCH 10. ltM TMMMiify W ho Of li« Day at Stunt Night Film CM*? T« VI* lw H*mri I* Coiw*dy Contort Twelve campus organ iaations will tap honor* In l«arfMl*r]r TLTwTa-TS With Program By Forum way it lUrriaa Gym it 8 • in allowed to put on any kind of stunt they My chooM. Mis* Edith Kubock of the faculty, sponsor of stunt niirht. said stunts may range from hill-billy music to pseudo-grand- opera. Anything goes. Just what stunts will be given, however. Miss Eubwk refused to divulge. She let it he known, though, that a grand prise of three dollars will be given to the organisation giv- ing thr best stunt F ve members of the Teachers College faculty have been invited to judge the affray. They are Miss lassie Shook and Mamie Smith of the English department; Miss Ma- bel Wilkeraon, librarian. Demon- stration School, Miss Florence Ctillin of the Deasonstration School; aad Miss Caroline Currie. of the division of T. C. In accordance with the tone of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1939

« April Fool The Wampus Cat 'MO—IL«rg«* State-Supported T.«ck.r CoH.ge in the United Stete>—49 Yeen of Continuous Service—IfM r THIRTEENTH YKAK Nl'MHKH 2fi NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON TEXAS. THl'RSDAV APRIL 6, 1939 TELEPHONE I FIRE DESTROYS THREE BUILDINGS l~Cud Smeller Choir Leaves; International Concert Tour Covers Many Points of Globe Fire-bug Student Pane's Group To Give Concert In Free State Thf I ('ml Smeller Choir, •!i lecle.l by Wilfred \ Pane, ha- recently departed <>n mi extendi**! international concert 141111 which Mill 1 h-1 until th«- lust week of siimmoi school The choir embarked on the tour after olitit ining the services of Dad, Jim. and Roue of thf Luck Wagon (tang to load out on the especially difficult tune- such a- "Chicken Keel." While dropping back from Mi x ico enroute to Greenland, they will -top otT along about the calf of the last lev of th< tup to give it concert m Cowskin of Van /ant • 'ounty Being somewhat ailinn. lit Pane soli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1939

Th# Wampof Cat THE WAMPUS CAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 6. IBM A LETTER FROM HELL Thi* m Hairy Tar*. your ex-editor of tht Wam- pus Cat, acMtiiiK you a Initr from Heil. which t EDITORIAL BOARD "«* of th* spot* 1 an. visiting with Dr Bilfrad Pain -W-lmf Snort) Sleep •"< hi* I Cud-Smeller <"b ir Fire* Mnnf Sub CJay Eddard* You f«lk up tbrr* wil) bi surprised to know Vaiae "f 'h# Gndiroi: SiJenc* John that thi« plr < u v ry different from the Hell you Social Oimber Merry Billiard hav* read about lr; >rw respKt- st Feature Creditor Weedy Mr Hen wry much «1 Commerce, Texa* but in otha i: Cozif-C'dikel By Mh* Em aloe I'm* Taaa I The Gab Bucket Timi-TaUt Etnbeaaier T B Rearut ACE REPORTERS Ga> Eddard. W «dy Mi Hen, Silence John Dead- par. H j Frances Outlet Don Ptjimui* PLAIN OLE REPORTERS Oaota Haasy Turner Gadgett. Sal in. Rauttt-jry. Sloburnt Briars. Rot Beirie- He* I Bold mar., B A- Vuicber. < ra*> (rerieFear. Glance* Tufline*. Eloiae S|<« r kc Tellum Powe...

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