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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 12 December 1930

J The Handout T E X A S Published by Students of WOMANS COLLEG VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930. NO. 9 Mid-Semester Honor Roll Is Announced —w— Th<? midseraester honor roll of Texas Woman's College as announced by Registrar C. H. Howard contains 38 names of students having an aver- age of "B" or' better in all their courses. They are: '-ijisses Lathia Benton, Frances Burns, VMil<Jred C'abaniss, Martha Faulkner, Dixi^ Gilmer, Dixie Huffaker, Dorothy Kramer, Edvvina IVIiller*, Julia Monk, Maryj . fcmma Simmons, Lora Edna .Turner, Frances Whi taker, and Maurine Jennings; all of Fort Worth, Misses Florence Anderson, Lub- bock; Nelma Bishop, Memphis; Chrjs- tine Bynum, Midlothian; Helen But- ler, Mineral Wells; Gaylord Campbell, Sulphur Springs; Elizabeth Early, Bangs; Hortense and Margaret Hal- sell, Lubbock; Aline Harris, Sey- mour; "Opal Kellis, ..CantOh; Jewel Jean Kirkpatrick, Weatherford; Sun- ny Knauth; Burkburnett; Virginia Lewis, Marshall; Margaret L...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 12 December 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, December 12, H)30. THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of ^ Texas Wopnan's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. •* Subscription Rate. ..$1.00 per year l Member of Texas Intercollegiate • Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF * Lena Moor|^yU. : Editor Hollyce Mane Riddle.... Associate Florence Fermier .'Literary Mai$ftre Owings Exchange Maurine Wall Editorial Writer Avonel Myrick Dramatics Helen Seymo^e Churchy Sue Runkle < L,L.....Feature Florence. Anderson Fine Arts „REPORTERS C Carrie Helen Roberson, Mary Elma Ludlow, Elizabeth Trammell, Bessie Lee Walker, Willie Robinson, Edna Carter, Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, Malvin Morton. BUSINESS STAFF Mary Hamilton Manager Imogene Cummings, Jeanotte Den- nis, Edna Faul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 12 December 1930

Friday, December 12, 1930. THE HANDOUT I*age Three. ,11 ! V <£v SOCIETY Mrs. McLaifghlin, Soloist On Radio CHRISTMAS SEASON CELEBRATED WITH MANY PARTIES ON CAMPUS Many organizations are giving Christmas parties this week. The groups which do not have calendar dates for this week are busy planning for the things which they will give next week. Miss Maude A. Pettey entertained . - — the seniors at her home last Tuesday. Freshman Spanish The Same group are now planning^JplaSS Entertained. for a party to be given at the Univer- sity Club next Tuesday. Thursday night the juniors had a caedy-mak- ing party at the Wc;od home on Ave J. Saturday, the Susan M. Key Literary Society will have a luncheon that night open house will be held at Boaz Benbrook Hall. On next Thurs- day, the Korosophian Literary Society will hold its annual (Christmas party. On Friday night before the begin- ning of the holidays, Ann Waggoner Hall will have a^seasonal party and the Panth<? ub will give a banquet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 12 December 1930

Page Four. T H"E HANDOUT Frid^J , December 12, 19.>< . V •y ,a a Four Seniors Start Practice Teaching Four seniors have begun practice teaching. Up until this \^ek, the class in practice teaching has been studying principles. Actual work be- gan Monday. All the would-be pedagogues are teaching in Polytechnic high school. Miss Eleanor Stark is teaching Eng- lish with Miss Myrs Age^ton'as su- pervisior; Miss Lora Edna Turner is teaching English with Mrs. G. M. Hol- den; Miss Maybelle Tinkle is- teach- ing algebra with Miss Maurine Martel; these girls are Fort Worth students. Miss Aline McGraw, Ar- lington, is teaching public school music with Miss Peggy Pittman Wright." o—■A Worthwhile Lesson Several on Odd Fellow's Program Several Tgxas Woman's College students appeared on the program at the Odd Fellow's banquet Tuesday, December 9. Miss Harris, accom- panied by Miss Manning, sang"Do You Know My Garden;" Mi3s lletty McCombs, read "Angeline in * Louis- ville;" and Miss Mozellfc^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1930

K> The Handout Published by Students of TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1930. NO .10 MERRY CHRISTMAS 11 Christmas Is Theme of Chapel Hours . This Week "Christmas^, has l\pan tlie basis of the chapel programs this week. Music, a reading, and a sennonette characterized the first of these. Miss Margaret Halsell, lLabbock, iftiss Elizabeth Early, Bangs, vio- lins, and Miss Florence Anderson, Stanton, Iowa, piano, gave a special arrangement of "The First Noel," "Silent Night," and "Joy to the World." n " _ Miss Ruth Bailey, Tyler, read sev- eral ^Christinas legends of the ori- gin of Christmas celebration in var- ious countries, and of Crfristmas eufr- toms in many places, ■President H. E. Stout addressed the student body, taking as his text the story of the first Christinas. He said that the best gift that one could give was one's self. "To parents," he said, ''This gift of one's self is especially appropriate and impres- sive." „ "One of the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, December 19, 1930. THE HANDOUT TJTticial student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate /^WK^jgwyear Member of Texas Intercollegia Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF Lena Moore 1 .^Editor Hollyce Marie Riddle...... Associate Florence Fermier Literary Maifare Owings Exchange Maurine Wall.....H.......E<lito^al Writer Avonel Myrick Dramatic^ Helen Seymore . Church Sue Runkle Feature Florence Anderson ....Fine Arts REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Mary Elnia Ludlow, Elizabeth Trammel!, Bessie Lee Walker, Willie Robinson, Edna Carter, Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, Malviri Morton. „ BUSINESS STAFF Mary Hamilton Manage/ Imogene Cummihgs, Jeanette Den- nis, Edna F^jjtfcijer Assis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1930

Friday, December 19, 1930. THE HANDOUT Page, Three. 7T- a Christmas Spirit Expressed in Many Social Activities (Continued from Page 1) Jess, limbs wej;e puUinto motion until the doll dance was perforce,d. Anoth- er strike of the clock put the dolls back into their lifeless stage. Christ- mas carols in the distance- helped to create the Christmas spirit. Numerous^ gifts on the tree were distributed by Santa. Last, but not least, little ice cream bells, candy Christmas trees, dainty cakes, and coffee were served to the guests. SENIORS HOLD PARTY ON TUESDAY The senior class entertained with # party Tuesday evening at the TJni versity Club. •The club parlors were decorated •with Christmas colors. Games were played at quartet tables, after which Ice cream molded in Santa Claus forms and snowball cakes were served. Miss Hattie Jarmon, president, and Miss Maude A. Pettey, sponsor, wel- comed the guests' S. M. K. LUNCHEON HELD t,, AT BLACRSTOfcE Carrying out the seasonal theme or "Christmas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1930

Page Feur. THE HANDOUT Friday, |)ecember 19, 1930. Chris!mas Is Observed Differently in Many I^ands * (Continued from Page 1) shoes or stockings for the younger members of the family, so that the good saint would be able to fill them without being spied on.. THE CHRISTMAS SABOTS. .The children" of the Nederlands put out their wooden shoes, sabots, to ^ receive their presents. Two origins of this custom are told by legend, the first is found in the likeness of the sabots ta mangers and says that the poorer children not owning spe- cial mangers made to receive Christ- mas gifts used their shoe -instead of the manger. The second goes back io the jolly old Klaus, the wood,car- ving saint of th^ Hartz Mountain's. , Not only dolls, soldier dolls for thp 'd boys and lady dolls for the girls, were the - product of his knife, but he made many a shoe for the chil- dren."" After his death the - same fairies that loaded the tree oyer his grave with presents would fill every sabot he had carved ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 January 1931

* Q • if,. The tlandout TEXAS Published by Students of WO M A NS COLLEGE yOLUME XV.- FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FIUDAV. JANUARY 16, 19J7. CLASS TITLE IN BASKETBALL GOES TO FISH L reen Sextet Defeats SjprHOTs. Juniors, and Sophs in Se- ries of Games. Womack'Is Green Star NO. 11. Thespian Club To MARTHA OF THE HOUSE OF WARD Present Play In CHOSEN QOEEN OF MAY WINNING Assembly OVER MISSES HARRIS AND HALSELL Parnell and Garden Play (ireitf (ianie; 'Other Teams Have / .Many (<«od Players. to 11 rivals the Wo.nl • By Agatha Gandv SOI'II-FISH The fish sextet scored a 31 victory over their traditional Wednesday afternoon in a hard fought battle for the clftss championship ti- tle. the '"Oranges" friught stub- bornly throughout the game, and the score does not truly indicate the conv parative play of the two tca'his. Led by the superb goal shooting of Womaek, who score J 20 points, the fish loosed* a* deceptive passing offense.that proved the downfall of "thcr srtphs. Captain Leach led the offens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 January 1931

Nt- Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, January 16, 1931. V THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas .Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, , Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffiee at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $1.00 per year Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF L&na Moore — ^ ^Editor llollyce Marie Riddle —Associate Florence Fermier Literary MaLfare Owings Exchange Maurine Wall Editorial Writer Avonel Myrick Dramatics Helen Seyfriore Chur£)^|J Sue Runkle * Feature Florence Anderson Fine Arts REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Mary Elma Ludlow, Elizabeth Trammell, Bessie Letf Walker, Willie Robinson, EdW Carter, Seeltta Rogers, Inez Turner, Malftn Morton. BUSINESS STAFF Mary Hamilton Manager Imogene Cummings, Jeanette Den- nis, Edna Faulkne^ Assistants Hel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 January 1931

Friday, January 16, 19.'$!. T Irtr II A N tt-0 U T DEAN VENTH TELLS ABOUT FAMOUS VIOLINISTS WHOM HE HAS KNOWN , Dea". farl Venth was the subject of an article by E. Clyde vVhitock in the Star-Telegram Sunday. As the students are a!- way interested in learning more about Dean Venth, "The Hand- out" is reproflucing most of Mr. Whit lock's article, as follows: \ * "We inquired of the dean as to the individual characteristics of the play- ing' of various of the famous violin- ists of a past age, whose names are now endowed with a legendary halo. As u kind of premise we decided that the ,yery early masters of the in- strument, such as Corelli and Tar- tini, who are regarded with venera- tion as the very founders of the art . of violin playing, would be far out- classed Ly the arfists of the present day. It has been ever so. The hard- won and slowly-gained achievements of one generation, wrung by sweaW and blood from reluctant and chary muse, are glibly absorbed by the next ,k as formulas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 January 1931

Page Four. THE HANDOUT . SCHEDULE FOR SECOND SEMEgRPH. 193.0-31 • January 14, 1931. (This schedule supersedes a"i previous schedules. Follow this schedule, not the catalog.) M \VF—8:00 Biol 312—Qen Biol. *> Bee Tr 312—Typ. P T 312—Fr P T (1) Math 312—Fr Math (1) Roc 321'—Soc. Th 222—Harm WF. Eng 345—Content Lit. Th £32—A"dvx.Hartti.vMF. MWF—9:00 Ed 314—Prim Meth (1) Latin 314-—Cicero. Th 212—Elem Th. Eng 322—Bng Lit. (1) Fr 321—Inter Fr. Phy 322—Physics. Bib 332—Heb Proph. Ed 332—History of Ed. 1 *Hist 334—Aijier Hist. P Ed 336—History of P Ed. Th 234—Counterpoint MF. H Ed 332—Adv Dr Mafc M. MWF—10:30— Eng 312—Comp. Eng 312—Comp . History 312—-.European. ,"S Tr'312—Typ (2) Art 322—Wifnd Ptg. Ed 322—Psy. H Ec 324—Eds and Ck. Sp 322—Int Sp (2) Latin 324—Livy Bel Ed .334—Will of Pel Ed 314—Prim Meth (3) P Sp 312—Fundamen. Matji 312—Fr. Math (3) P T 112—Fr P;T (3) Art 322—Dr an<l Ptg MVV Pel EI 322—Meth of Rel Ed. H Ec 324—Fds. and Ck. Jr. 326—Reporting ■ ■ Fr 321—19th Cent. •S^TS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 January 1931

0 A The Handout T E X A S Published by Students of W O M A N.S CO L L E G 1 VOLUME XV. PORT WORTH. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1031. NO. U S. M. K. Selects 1 Officers For New Semester Miss Paula McCorkle, Sulphur Springs, will head the S. M. K. Liter- ary Society for the second semester. The other officers are: Miss Malvin Morton, Strawn, vice-president; Miss Mamie White, Bellevue, secretary; Mis? Frances JWhitaker, Fort Worth, ■ treasurer; Miss Carrie Helen Robin? son, Henrietta, sargeant-at-arms; Miss Mildred Hoffmeister, Fori ■Worth, devotional leader; Miss Mar- garet" I.ittle, Dublin, pianisti Miss trainees Morton, Strawn; Mfes Bqbby. Niekols. Winnsboro; Miss Margaret Morgan, pep leader^, Installation was held Thursday af- ternoon at the regular meeting. Criticisms to Be Made on Dresses in Home Ec. Dept. - v By WILLIE ROBINSON. Criticisms will be given Thursday and Saturday at 10:30 o'cfo«k on the drf^ses'inade in Home Efconomfcs 321 Pattern Study. Pattern study deals with patter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 January 1931

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, January 23, 1931. v THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association ot Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second' class matte ft- Sept. ly, 192<>, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3,- 1879. 1 Subscription Rate $1.00 per year Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF Lena M. Manning Editor llollyce Marie Riddle....!'.... Associate Florence Fermier Literary Maifare Owings Exchange Maurine Wall..., ."....Editorial Writer Agatna Gandy " Sports" Avonel Myrick Dramatics Helen Seymore .. Church Sue Rurik'le Feature FloWtfee^Andc^rSpri ........Fine Artg '" ^REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Mary Elma Ludlow, Elizabeth Trammell, Bessie Lee Walker, Willie Robinson, Edna Carter, Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, Malvin Morton. BUSINESS STAFF Mary Hamilton .Manager Imogene ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 January 1931

"XS Friday, January 28, 1931. THE HANDOUT Page Three. m—1 1 - Cotton Pickers Take Cage-Title * ¥ * ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ * * Dishwashers Are Champions "" « tP1 T. ^ SMK-KORO. The SMK sextet took a firm hold on the society championship cage race Friday afternoon, when they staged a brilliant ."coring spree to down the Koro six, 41-3. Gandy and Watts failed utterly in stopping the SMK center combination of Dennis and Morgan. The forward combination of MeCorkle and Keeton completely outwitted the Koro guards an<i***hot after shot sank into the SMK loop. Captain" Schively replaced Gandy, with Cornish in the center the second half and had the Koro forwards been able to shoot accurately, the score would hav? looked differently when the final whistle blew. PCC—MULKEY. The dishwashers scored u rt-8 vic- tory over their traditional rivals, the City Dudes, Thursday night in a hard fought battle. Led by Captain Harris the Mulkey six outplayed the PCC team through- out the entire game and the score wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 January 1931

fc Page Four. l'HE HANDOUT Friday, January 23, 1931.° \ .. West Texas Club i Plans for Spring Plans for the second songster wer? made at .1 meeting? of the Hughes West Texas club held last Tuesday. The club will hold one meeting each month, and will have charge of one chapel progr&n during ih ' semester. An informal parly was decided on, but, no "'definite plans were made. Plans to attend the Fat Stock Show were also made. " 0 * The Twelifth Annual Congress of 'the International Confederation of Students ((^. I. E.) held at Brussels, Belgium, from August 12-20, 193<>, brought together over 400 student leaders from ovei* 30 nations. An intense rationalistic and polii!r cal atmosphere prevailed throughout the- major part of the discussions. This provided, all Anglo-Saxon dele- gates with ari excellent croisfcsection of south-Koropean problems and dis- content. It seemed at times that no possible student harmony could be forthcoming, and that many Stu- nts were lo.-ftng the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 March 1931

"V • ,v The Handout TEXAS Published by Students of ^ WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1931. NO. 15. Architect to Speak Here on March 25 Dr. Gokiwin Goldsmith will speak here on March 25 at 12 a. 'm. The Committee oon Education of the American* Institute of ArchitH^'s is sponsoring ' the appearance of Dr. Goldsmith and the Carnegie Corpor- al ion is financing his tour. Dr. Goldsmith will speak in behalf of better architecture ajid his speech, according to a letter to .Pres. H. E. ft Stout, will treat the subject in a non- technical manner. Assembly will be held at 12 o'clock in order that the students and faculty may have the opportunity of hearing this speaker. Dr. Goldsmith is chairman of the Department of Architecture at the University of Kansas. Hi? is a past president of the Association of Col- legiate Schools of. Architecture, a former director of the American In- stitute of Architects, and was an architect in N'ew York City for six- teen years be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 March 1931

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, March 13, lt31. THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, pub- *" \ lished by the Student Association of s> J) Ttouw woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $1.00 per year Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press. Association. EDITORIAL 5^AFF Lena M. Manning... Editor Hollyee Marie Riddle Associate Agatha Gandy„.... Assistant Maurine Wall Editorial Writer Avonel Myrick Dramatics ^ Sue Runkle Feature REPORTERS ~ Carrie Helen Roborson, Mary Elnv^ Ludlow, Bessie Lee "Walker, Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, Gladys Key. BUSINESS STAFF Mary Hamilton Manager Imogene Cummings, Jeanette Den- nis, Edna Faulkner.. Assistants Helen McGuire ..Circulation J&anagcr TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: - Due to the fact that we are unusually busy we are asking t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 March 1931

.Friday, March 13, 1931. THE HANDOUT Page Three. ) MISS ELDER PROVES ^ INTERESTING VISITOR <a> By GLADYS KEY Miss Lois Elder, member of travel- ing staff Student Volunteer Move- ment for Foreign Mission,'is young enough in years to see life as a stu- dent sees, and yet broad enough in experience to interpret life from the point of view of a world vision. Miss Elder, after graduating from Elmira College, was sent by one o^ our major mission boards as a special representative of her college to do ■"educational work in the girl's schools at Ham.idan and Teheran, Persia. Her three years' experience there has given her an insight into, the mean- ing of Christianity for the woman- hood of a non-Christian nation. Miss Elders message to the students was rich with incidents out of the Jives of those whom she lias worked with and learned to love. •. After a -yta^of college visitation and a"'year 0f graduate study, Miss Elder expects to return to Persia to continue her educational work. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 March 1931

a Page Four. THE HANDOUT Friday, March IS, 1931. HUGHES WEST TEXAS CLUB GIVES PROGRAM The Hughes West Texas Club held its monthly meeting Wednesday eve- (C3> ning at 6:30 in the Administration ilding. A series program was be- g |n on "Life of the Cowboy." A p logram was given. Empress Shelton Iked on Cowboy Amusements; Dor- othy Yai tund*on Cowboy Outfit. Com- mittees were appointed for the round- up which is to be held March 21, in Boaz Benbrook Hall. The fallowing girls are chairman of committees: Elizabeth Blair, decoration; Helen Akins, "'refreshments; Jewel Jean Kirkpatriek, entertainment; Helen Thurston, invitations; and Mamtnie White, clean up. 'l'ne meeting ad" journed by singing the Hughes West Texas Club song. DEAN VENTH'S PICTURE GALLERY PROVES INTERESTING AND VARIED World famous musicians hat^> side by side with Texas Woman's College students, both past and present, on the walls of Dean-Ca*!- V'enfli's studio. , " He is dean of the school of fine-arts at T. W. C. A...

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