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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1981) * 1 • Wesley Foundation Plans Exton ISIVG Choir Has Impressive Record Program* for the Coming Semesters Rev. Joe Brown Love Directs Foundation; Works With Colleges The Waaley Foundation is the fellowship and work of the Metho- dist Church in the College. The Wesley Foundation for the two col- leges in Denton will carry on an extensive program this year, u< cording to plans announced by the student council working under the direction of the president, Carl Cube, sophomore in Teachers Col- lege, and Rev. Joe Brown Love, director, This council is composed of young people from Denton and i rom both of the colleges, each of whom is responsible for a certain area of the program. The council includes Curl Cube, president; Eve lyn Walkup, vice-president; Janie Merritt, secretary; Helen Biatton, irciisurer; Doris Price, Worship; Shirley Melbert, recreation; Betty Corson, representative on T S. C. W. Religious Council; Emmy Lou ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 19M Th« Women' Showing At Texas E> L% gMfe AA %Www ■ ■ Wwtl:iwl®n M««f *♦ Park Entrance' Hike to Highland Park Denton Couple Wed in DiHn; Go to CerrolUeft To §• Entertained At • called meeting on Wednes- day . eening, the Kaghltrs made plane for entertaining the girls of the freehman class with h picnic Pridajr nifht. September 22. Thou , . ni . . ... wishing to attend are naked to drop * Carrol I ton where he will thair signed invitation c.rd> as h«vc charge of pub ,c chm>! mu.,,c a* possible in the bo*e* placed "nii direcx ,ht' bami ,n ,h" whooU .j .l.- ... ' there. Mr and Mrs Bill Dawson have around the campus, it wan an nounead. The girls will meet at the en- trance of the recreation park at 6 o'clock and then hike to Highland The couple were married in Dallas May 5, though their marri- age was not made known here until • ently They spent the first six Park for the outing Games will ,h< sum,,1*r >« Wyoming be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1939

Send in New Address The Campus Chat I BfO—Largest Stete-Supported Teechors Celofo in tlie United Stotos 4f Ytan of CtnWnytw Sorvioo If If —— FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER SB. 1989 7t Annual Ro-Assembly Waak diking Scheduled for October 7 Out Loud ! T.: "A curvd km* mmy A# Uu ifraiftAfor Mtt—f town Im ftmtoHimHtim. BY BOB VI GUS ( wmportmcnt at Chilton At the new men's dormitory un attempt is being made to intro- dure etique**e into the <l«ily lives of the residents. They are asked to restrain their cussin', bread- throwing, elbowing, etc., etc. We hope that the authorities succeed in their purpos*. There irf no doubt but what there is too much pro- fanity. vulgarity, an,| |a,.|, „f „,un. •lers in West Denton. Culture has come to have an effeminate connotation U) many of our people because they have not had the time or perhaps the mind to investigate gracious living. It has not been long since he who .ode the best, *h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1939

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1939

1 • • I • THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Eagle Air Raid Blacks Out A.C.C. Wildcats 91 McDanial Sneres Pass For First Marker; Jamas Kicks Goal Avenging the one-touchdown de- feat of IHHt year, the North Texa* Fugle* opened the 1 football seaso.. at Sweetwater Saturday night by collecting a 9 0 victory at the expense of Abilene Chris- tian College. Johnie Riola. senior from Tem- ple, furnished the necessary spark for the Fugle* to break into the winner*' leagu with hi* deadly •passing and punting Starting early in the second period, Riola took to the air, and wax never halted until he had successfully paused the Kit • gle.-; to Abilenc's pay dirt. Riola'x punting was probably the highlight of the game as he repeatedly kicked out of bounds virtually at the Christians' goal line. Jimw Kirks Goal I. T. Jumes accounted for the other Kaglc score by toeing the ball from placement with a 20-yard kick after RiolaV pass to Forrest Covin had carried the hall to strik ing dist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1939

the campus chat, denton, tbxas, FRIDAY, september 29. 1989 Fraternities To Begin Rush Activities Next Week AH Mm'i Social Club* WIN Entertain RuiImm Banquets, Smokers, Dances Are Scheduled For New Prospective* Stag hannuols and smokers will be t h«- chief entertainment f« r freshmen and other n<>n fraternity men next week when the live cam pui> fraternities begin bidding for new mrmlwrx through rush week activities Rush week thi* yeai foi the sororities will begin October s Woodrow Vickory, scni.ir from MeK inney and rcprcwnUtivr of the Pi Phi Pi fl Htvl'lllt > . Wll' I'ltTt ■ <•<1 president of the Inti'r Fraternity Council Tuesday morning at elected now council* first meeting. which for mally liegaii fraternity activities Revolving I're*idene> The office of provident re vol von each year. the Trojans having held the chair lant yeai and the Talon* scheduled for the honor next yeai Other council officers elected Tuesday nt the meeting in the audi torium tire Kenn...

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

Happy Birthday. T.C. The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Taachars Collaga in tha UnHad Statai—49 Yaart of Continuous Sarvica If If FOURTEENTH YEAH NUMBFR 3 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1989 1 -J- Class Elections Follow Whirl-Wind Campaigns College Formally Accepts Four Buildings Saturday Talking Out Loud , "A rurrtd lint may k* thr slraiihtrst distant* bttwttn two points " — hnstrin BY HO b IVIGU S T Eagles Fly High '["he Eagles outplayed the Wild- cats iu a good game two weeks ago. They are going out tomorrow to hat their heads against a South- west Conference wall. Because these early season games are away from Denton, and because the players ure not known to them ,personally, many students are not interested in football at pres- ent. The second reason can easily be eliminated, Ht least in the case of College men; one need not hesi- tate to walk up to the big boys and introduce oneself. Most of them are swell fellows. And they will...

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

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6,1M9 STAFF DIRECTORY 1939-40 North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas Miss Jessie Acker Mr* Pearl Acker Mr. Wayne Adam* Miss Anna Alford Mis* Mary Anderson Mis« Dorothy Bsbb Mis* Meland Bagby Dr Wilfred C. Bain Dr E G Ballard Mr A mo* Barksdale Dr. Sam B Barton Mis* Sadie Kate Banc Mim Glad"s Bate* Dr. Ruth Laura Beyer Dr. S. A Blackburn Mr J K Biau I)r Merl Bonney Miss Anne Bookman Mr. D. Boyd Mia* Ann Bradley Mist- Lottie Braahear* Dr. Harold Brenholtz Mr. C. A Bridge- Dr. E. C Brodie Mr. Garland Brookshear Mi J N. Brown Mis* Myrtle Brown Dr. W H Bruce Mr. Bill But-said Mr Robert Caldwell Mis* Virginia Calloway Dr J L. Cameo Mis* Edith L. ('lark Mis* Nellie Cleveland Mr Ernest S. Clifton Mr* Georgia Collin* Mr Ro * Compton Mr Fred Connell Dr. K. L Conrod Mis* Mary Ruth Cook Dr J V. Cooke Mr W. A Cooper Mis* Donnit Cotteral Mis* Mary Jo Cowling Dr. V Y Craig Mr? Mabel Criddle Miss Lucile Crutcher Miss Florence Cuili...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1980 y&f; i • > i •t of m ■ the the by •ly Sororities to Begin Rush Activities Next Tias, Dancti, Coffees Feature Entertainment Tri-Kappas, Phorefft, Theta Pis, Kaghlirs Active With Socials Rush week activities of the four campus sororities will l>egin Sun- iliiy, October K, when gills of soph- oinon' or higher rank will be en- Senior Ardens Meek Monday For First Time Stovall Guests Hear Sampley's 'Distant Harvest* Off the Campus With the Exes by Virginia Haty Loy at Texas John and wedding and school® the American Academy of Art, A reading of his prise-winning f() jcat.j, jtv ,,xeH it again, specializing in commercial art . play, "Distant Harvest," wan pre sented last Thursday evening at I'I edge curds for new member* ... . . .. , tei tinned with teas, coffees, "",l Of the Senior Mary Arden flub including members of the TeacheiH tilled out at the club's first dances. wen Mary Blanche Smith, president meeting Monduy night a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1939

PAGE FOUE THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXA8. FRIDAY, (XTOBER 6. 1939 The CampUS Chat Ed(itorisl) Wards Editorial Offices Manual Arts 107 "WW""wwb *^"wmhhi—p Telephone 1242 Bl)WARDS Talking in* an Aviator Out of Fog Published by The Tim hcn Collage Pr n Published weakly during the college yew by the stu- dent* of the North Texas State Teachers College. Entered mm second-class matter December 8. 1916, at the post office at Denton, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1H70. SUBSCRIPTION KATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year $1.0(1 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classified advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sports Editor Business Manager Ray Edwards Polly Anna Badgett Wood row Pinkerton James McCary Raymond Rear by Columnists W ood row Pinkerton, Virginia ''aty, Silas Johnson, James McCary, Bob Yigus. Reporters: One to Ashley. "Myrtle ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER I, IMS Eagles Tangle With Methodist Mustangs Sa Southern M>thoji l Syi j Doped Stronger This Year Ea«U Pi 4 Probable Starting Linaup North Texa* Wt. Pos. Wt. S.M.U. Crillon Payne 170 LE 190 Guh Tunnel! Cecil PhillipM 197 LT 210 Jack SanderH Leon Vineyard (C) 200 LG 185 Buck Bailey Bill Sheffield 170 C 196 Wilbum Echoln Boyce Nail 200 RG 220 Jake Fawcett DeVere Walker 200 RT 200 Willie Curik (•arnell Taylor 170 RE 185 Roland Gobh Johnie Riola 150 QB 185 Will Mullenweg James McDaniel 176 LH 185 Preston Johnston Walter Parker 203 RH 170 (C) Chelsea Crouch I. T. James 160 FB 185 Bob Belville By WOODROW IMNKKKTON ♦ — .lack Sisco's North Texas Eagles ^ TL* I ^*1 A will journey to Ownby Stadium, I • V < I sillily UUI Dallas. Saturday to meet th? Southern Methodist Muatangs for InvjtaJ T*A Cntor the eighth time in an many year*. I V SVimwr One of the bent rounded running a m ■ la and passing machines ever to rep- suoir Bowl M««t resent t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, IMS i f I T.C fnllfir positinr atudcntr of the have received new • throughout the Iu|aA|| Nrtfir^ l*T§Tn HVTIvV All ptriaai laltrwlMl in • l Uce on thin yw'i Math tea* are nqmlid to HWt Monday evning, Oct. 9, at 7:15 o'clock in H903. At thin time the method of selecting th« team a* well a* arrange- ment h for working with those interested will be discussed. All xtudentN in the College, whether they are now taking any mathematics courses or not. are eligible for places on the team. E. H. Hanson Ottida Ball* Yarbrough. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 1917 West Prairie, has a position in the physical education department of Stephen F. Auatin Stat* Teachers College at Naaogdochos. She received her bachelor's de or re* at the North Texas State College Student Drawl Teachers Collage in 1934 and has ._. _ I P\ don* work on her master's decree MOtSe CdCn (Jay in the University of Southern Call- e_x. _j._« ± tornia For three years, she wan ' ®r CnTerT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1939

Have Yucca Picture* Made Any Time! The Campus Chat Hepa Yoy 4< 1 'j •e* a M, I 890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in Hm United States—49 Years of Continuous Service FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMKEK 1 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1930 •l?3t -Mil Uil „1 Z730 TBLEPHONB Wilson Reveals Plastic Mead Librarian Made in Chemurgy Class Talking Out Loud I futrtU lint mm bt the %lra$tMlrH Jntuner hrlurrn two I imlna H Y HO H VI a r s (•null Greeks We remember . . . during Hush Week . . th<' high good humor ,'t thr Geer.le House, and Senior prexy Sugar Johnson, standing* <>n cane-bottom chair, delivering an oration • ■ . and McLood, demand iiik that he insert a plank in tin platform about women . . Vine yard, reciting poetry that he didn't learn in any Lit course . . and Crowbar Mitchell's face, when tin 'loom walked tut on his joki Grady Chtisman, with the must personality in his handshake and wide grin . . . the dining room at William's packed to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1939

THK CAMPUS ("HAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOKKR 1H. \\m The Campus Chat Kditorial OHom Manual ArU 107 Telephone 1242 Published by The Teachers Oollejfe Pre** Published weekly during the college year by the *tu- dent# of the North Texas St*if Teacher* College Enu reu a- e< -ond-clans matter December t, 1916, at the pout office at Denton, Texas. under the act of March 3. 1K79. SI HSCKIPTION KATKS, DEUVKRED BY MAIL One college year 11.00 Advertising rate furnished on application Right to (tecline any advertisement is reserved Classified adverti*oment*, 2c per word per insertion. MKMBKR UK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor A ociat« Editor Sports Editor Sport* Editor Business Manager Ray Edwards Polly Anna Badgett Woodrow Pinkerton James McCary Raymond Kearby Columnists: Woodrow pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Silas Johnson Jamei McCary Bob Yigus Reporters: Oneth Ashley, Myrtle N'eale, Lee H in ton, Eloise P«rk , Virginia Paty. Woodrow Pinkerton. John Thomason, Woodrow Pinkert...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, 1*XAS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1989 Mustangs Nip Eagles for 16 to O Score Saturday Gam* Dentonitas Scrappy; .Presto Johnson Runt Wild Riola and Phillips Show Up For Sitcoman Seven Lettermen In Line and BacMieW y# Ferm Nuc|#u, Of Shand's Team Leonard Brown Phillip* Leads L.S.C. Scoring Race lu J\WE8 M < WHY * I'lii' North Texas Fugles bowed before u heavier and faster team Saturday, at* the Southern Metho- dist I'nivei ity Mustangs. paced l>y Preston (Presto) Johnston, gallop- 'J"' 11 I'd away with a lrt-0 victory in the ^ ha nils 1 annual Fagle versus Mustang til' Scoring in the tirn* four and n« Vilf minute ..f play for the Mu Seven returning lettermen will nucleus of I oach Fete MMO baske ball hopes an they begin their preseason training November 1 Leonard Brown, Ham Houston freshman fullback, holds undisput- ed possesion iif fust place scoring honor among the Lone Star Con- ference team- despite the fact that la failed to score in last week's ua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1939

I f SoronVw Culminate Activities ^ Si,t#ff THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, TODAY. OCTOBER 18. 1989 After Round of Social Functions Clubs Rushees Throughout Week Teas. foffce.-. and dance* culmi- nated the rush week activities of the four campu* sororities which l«?gan Sunday. October R, and which will end with the interim- t#mity-intersorority dance, Satur- day. October 14, from P to 12 p m The Kappr 'lappa Kappas open ed rush week functions with a cof- fte from J) until 10 o'clock Sunday morning in the crystal room of Marquis Hall Decoration of green ana gold carried out the sorority's color scheme Piano s lcction$ were played by Maxine Wilton during the coffee. Anna Louise Witherspoon presided at the coffee service In the receiving line were: Nan- cy Jane Vance president; and Dr Ola Johnston, sponsor. Have Danre Ruahee* were entertained with a formal dance at the Mary Arden Lodge from # until 11 o'clock Tues- day nigh? Music was furnished by Henry Parker* music box. Decora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1939

FROSH—SOPHS!!! Yucca Pictures ! 11 The Campus Chat 1190—Largest State-Supported Teachers Cihy in tfce United Stetos 49 Yeers of CmHwmim Service If If Year FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 5 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1989 2710 Growing Musk Department Obtains Another Teacher WW Assumes Duties; Two Other Instructors Added In September John W. Mclntire Talking Out Loud ' 'A (urvtd Um* may kt iht i(raif/bf«if ditlmmtt between iw ptimli tin item BY BOB VIG US Current and Coming Event* Clifford Odet's stage success, Golden Roy, starring Erie Linden, "will be presented at the Ft Worth Municipal Auditoriun. on Nov 1 . . And Eva LeGallienne will star in The Mauler Rudder, same place, on Nov 30 . . She appears nt T. C. in Htddn Gabler, Nov. 27 ... . Interstate brings / Married an Angel to Cowtown, Dec. 13. Dennis • King will be along, but THE angel, Vern Zorina, will not be . . . Charles Laughton won't be in Dallas for those personal appear ances October 23 to 25 as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1989 TU Campus Chat w«* Col I*9• Show Saturday Night Manual Art* >07 Telephone 1242 By RAY ROW ARM Nhllthnl 'iy The Twhi'm College Press PlklhihMl weekly during thi- college year by the *tu- doata at the North Texas Slate Teacher* College. Batared ar aueond-class mat Ur lWeiiil>er 8, llHfl. ■I tkf post office Ml 1i< nU n. I < ** . undei the act t,," .spinning aiVUtld the I OCeptJOli room of March S, 1«W. hkt a pit' pi*it dropped on the kitchen Hour. THE HHU ISM CO-K Forward: unto mo my daily bread before 10 o'clock at night, of course." As tin- play openn u harried "house nioth- HtiRNl KIPTION RATES, DK1.1VKRKD HY MAIl Slx hot dog*. Ave coke bottle*, and three delivery boys Hank her as she darts about Iteerinjr into ever sack of eats brought in to OlW College Jl'MI fi.oo member ok texas intekcol.lkchatk press association Advertising rates furnished on application Right to in' *ure that no timed bondts are III the baK*&l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1939

ill THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER SO. 1989 Eagles Meet Lumberjacks for First Conference Both Squads Are Fighting .For L S. C. Championship Axmen Have Heavy # Line and Deadly Paster Trackman Work To Unleash on Eagles |n Brown Rollins Scoring Honors For Conforonco Garnell Taylor Individual scoring honors in the | Lone Star Conference race remain in the hands of Sam Houston's freshman fullback, Leonard Brown, who scored 20 points in the first two games the Bearcats played but has not crossed the double stripe Although track season is a few sin®#* .Second place honors are held By J AM KM Met ARY * Making their debut in the 19II9 Cap later Lone Star Conference football | bBW' championship race at Nacogdoches, the North Texas State Teachers n.onths'oft, "cinders" an" flying'on . S®?onJ ... . . College Eagles will engage the lhl. ntt.ula,. tl,uk Jointly by flw men with 12 points powerful Stephen h Austin Lum- Ilfl,.ni<,onH officials at New Or- ««*■ A complete l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1939

r * fe m PAOC POUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1989 Rv« Fraternities Take 62 Men Into Pledgeship Monday Night Prospective Members To Serve Eight Weeks Geesles Five, Betes 12** Trojans Eight, Pi Phis Phi Delta Kappa T.k. 14. Talon. 22 Open. Program ! Off the Campus H ith the Exes by Virginia Paty " Coming to Taxas Theatre Fraternity M o n d a y night at the respective fraternity house* began for <>l! boys a pledge ship that will last about eight week* fo most of the fraternities. All pledging is done under the supervision of the Inter fraternity Council, which is composed of two representative* from each of the t vc campu* fraternity > (•rrfli* Take Five The fallowing boys art pros- Randolph Scott. Georgetown; Wal- ter Park, Kaufman; Ray Me Whiter, Wolfe City Robec' W ight, Denton; Fete Shilling. B nham Fourteen I'ledued h> Pi 1'hi Pi* Pi Phi Pi pledge* are Ward Lusk. Denton; Hill Poteet, Saint .lo; Ralph Hutchn •>< Dal.a*. Jami'i Car...

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