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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

.*-~! i. " _ : ýi 3. 4 ..) q The77r c~cerre OPTC~r A-ul A MOST fascinating place is Ober-Ammergau. One calls It a village because it is im possible to think of it as a town, in spite of its 1,650 in -istants. It seems to be built any ige. The houses are white, with rap.browed red roofs. Many of them ge gally painted, not only as to their wgedwork and with quaint devices mend the windows and doors, but sit pictures, sacred and profane, rd one of them has the whole of its Dll space decorated in this way with eKcoem done a hundred years ago by a pret master in the art. The tor Wts streets are full of little shops ag some big ones, in most of which slsings are displayed for sale, and I this festival year there are tem pwrry booths besides, for the sale d post cards or other things that the modern traveler has need of. The raky mountains, clothed with dark as and still in part snow-covered, d s mn either side, and on the sum alt of the highest peak is an enor ae wooden cross so far above...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL o` AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. al Senate Bill No. I a A JOINT RESOLUTION u Proporsing an mendomeit to the ('or,stitution ie of the State of l.ouiinsa for the avses- di ment, levy and collection of a tax ts the as Pariah of Orleans and the State of Lou in isana, in aid of locating and bullding an Ni exposititn In the city uof New Orleans to sh celcbrate the completion of the Panama re Canal, saisd tax to be expended under the fo directln of the World a aanama Exposi- re tion (ompany. re Section I. Be it resolved by the General dr Assembly of the (tate if Lo.,uisiana, two thirds of all members elected to each house is concurring. That an amendment to the Con- Iri oltUtion of the Stale of Louisianan be sub- n mitted to the qualified eleh,'turs of the State o for their approval or rejection as required th S Artcle 321 of the Cotnstitution of the 29 ate of Louisiana at the Congressional th election to be held on the first Tuesday next he following the first Monday of No"ember,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Co., Limited. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annmla. NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1910. NUMBER 37. PROFESSIONAL CARDI JOS. M. REEVES Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, Louisiana Will practioe in the Courts of -Madison, Tensas and Ccncordia and before the Supreme Court of the State. Striot attention paid to all business. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, La. Will practice in East Carrol Madison, Tenses, Concordia and the Supreme and Federal Courts. Dr. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St.L Joseph. La. in Newell Budlng. Plank Roas. Trespass Notice. THE CLUB HOUSE on Lake Bras, les property of the undersigned, Is poet. d, sad any trespassing will be proe 3 F. YOUNG R H. WHITNEY S. NEWTON J. E. QUARLES E. GREEN P, F. ASHFORD H. CURRY W. J. STEEN 8. RODRIGUEZ G. H. CLINTON CURRY V. L. SEDDON W. M. DAVIDSON Trespass Notice., PUFuLIC NOTICE is hereby given hat th7 "LOC...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

L 'I ., jZ i t "ii~" 44' r.' Ja , TA'f /I#7 AI M W LL trees, doubtless, appeal in some measure to the sense of poetry, even in those who are not strictly speaking lovers of nature; but the pine, for many. seems to have a message more vivid, more vital than the rest; as though it possessed 'some occult quality that speaks not merely to the imagination, or to the general love of nature per se, but directly to the soul. the oak for strength, the ash for mystery, the birch for her feminine grace and so forth; but the pine, like a sharp sword, pierces straight through to that inner sense of beauty which accepts or rejects beyond all question of analysis. The personality of this "common" tree touches the same sense of wonder that is stirred by the presence of a human personality, strong beyond ordinary; and worship is ever subtly linked with wonder. The analogy is interesting. The pine plants its roots where more showy trees faint and die; straight, strong and sweet to the winds, it flour...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. $. Msate Bill No. 1. A JOINT REJOLUTION ojPosing an amendment to the Constitatio. She tate of Louisiana for the assess ment, levy and collection of a tax in the parish of UOreaus and the State of Lou issana, in aid of locattng and building an eaposution in the city of New Orleans to Siehbrate the compiltion of the Panama Canal, said tax to be expended nuder the ddrection of the World'sa Panama Eixposi tion Company. Section 1. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of LorUsiana, two rirds of all members elected to each house .ecurring. That an amendment to the Con titution of the State of Louisiana be sub gitted to the qualfied electors of the State Ur their appruoval or rejection as required Article 321 of the Constltution of the at of Lousiansa at the Congressional election to be held on the first Tuesday next dellowing the first Monday of November. 1i10, as follows: The World's Panama Exposition Company baying been organised as a corp...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1910 ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITOR. SUDOCRIPTIEN %EARLY i" I. Adva.re. "THE LOGICAL POINT." There is no lack of effort on the part of the pr, mti,rs of the Pan ama Canal Expositi on in 191.5 to boom the "ILogical Point"--New Orleans-as the "l'ogical point" sure enough from v\cry point of vicw, and unless we are mistaken, tihe Crescent City will capture the prize, the efforts of the Tirnes-I)emnocrat to the contrary, notwithstanding, and which will not only inure to its great advantage, Iut redound to the interest of the entire State as well. The latest move is the launching of a new monthly magazine, called "The Logical Point," edited by WV. C. Chevis, one of the best known writers of the State, whose heart and soul at present are wrapped up in securing the "Expo." for that city. We have received the August and September numbers, and find them decidedly interesting and cred itable. Mr. Chevis was formerly an editorial wri...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

A. G. CASSELL CO., (s4Jcc( 4,r t, Ifardsawy & Ca i01) W nOlesale Druggists. 3fanufafiirtr'. ~f U/, Fa II 't I,,v/j R, nodili " __-__ I ill City Chill Tonic Hill City Antiseptic Hill City Liver Pills Hill City Cough Balsam Hill City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure - Hill City Horse and Hill City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Liniment Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. Corner Clay and ..Washington S. L Vicksburg, M iss. SPOT CASH DIAMOND DEALER. C. A. BESSAC, - LEALER IN - Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. Fine Repairing a Specialty., Highest Price Paid for Old Gold and Silver. OVED TO 107 N. COMMERCE ST., :-: NATCHEZ. SpUpsis sf the Fish Laws of the State( of Leisiama Passed by the Last Senral Assembly. ACT No. 112. Sec. I. All salt and fresh water fish found in the waters of the State shall be and are hereby declared to be the prop- ft erty of the State. Sec. II. Inconseiiquentiial. Sec. 111. It is unlawful for ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

fIIl TINI AN forest fires such as those whose devastation of life and property in Idaho and Montana is so fresh in the public mind be pre vented? Cannot human ingenuity, caution, and wealth devise some means of making such horrors impossible? These questions have beep asked by thousands of persons thtoughout the country in the last few weeks, ever since the first bad fire began. The Idaho disaster has given an add ed insistence to these appeals for in formation, appeals that indicate a hope that some preventive system may be discovered and put into op eration. In response to these questions Gif ford Plinchot, former chief forester, and Henry S Graves, the present chief forester, return the same answer: "No!" Such a fire, they say, is to be classed with the great Chicago conflagration, the Are that set Baltimore back, the San Francisco earthquake, the Gal veston flood. Disasters of this sort can neither be foreseen nor dealt with in line of ordinary human endeavor. This fire, accordi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

Swant any person who suffers with bl. .emass, consltpation, Indigestion or any .er or blood aliment, to try my Paw-Paw oer pills. I guarantee they will purity the oad anod put the liver and stomach into a ~thful condltlon and will pohitively cure ass and constipation, or I will refund r money. - Munyon' Homeopathlo Home Ca.. 63rd and Jeffersen Sta.. Phila., Pa W. L. DOUCLAS PRO"W88'D SHOES 'f O0, $2.60, 8.00, s3.00 , 3.0, 4.00, .00 IWOME 12 .50, $S3,1.50,/4 -,-s' 1.00, $2.50 &$ S.00 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS Tey are absolutely the -st popularand bestahoes _fr the price in America. -ey aue the leaders every enre because they hold as shape, it better, -sh better and wear lon than other makes. are positively the I est economical shoes for you to buy. W. L. poglas name and the retail price are Stamped " the bottom - value guaranteed. TAKI NO SUBSTIT UTI If your dealer maset supply you write for Mail Order Catalog. W. L DOUGLAS. mBrckto, Mas.. PREVENTION! - better than cure. Tutt's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 September 1910

EWK IIN@N Ifq JIDIODR 4 ,8 /CDýGD Cn7C a J ýJ ONTENEGRO - whose reigning prince. Nicholas I., by way of cele brating the Jubilee of his accession has proclaimed himself king and his principality a kingdom--is one of the storm centers of the near east. its influence on Balkan pol itics is not to be measured by its size.. for this Land of the Black Mountains, as the Venettans named It long ago, is actually the smallest monarchy in all Europe. When, a few weeks ago, Nicholas assumed the title of king, his wife became Queen Milena Nicholas also declared that Montenegro shall be known henceforth as Zeta, that being the ancient name of the country. The territory subject to the rule of King Nich olas is just one-fourteenth of the area of Rou mania, a tenth of Bulgaria, a seventh of Greece. and a fifth of Servia. Yet Greece has long been an independent state, Roumania a monarchy shince 1881. Servia a kingdom since 1882, phile lilga sLa exchanged the rank ofa suzerain principality for that o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE T;azette lPublishin,,-g C'o.. Limited. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annum. NEW 'SERIES VOL. X 'II. ST. JOSEPI, LA., FRID)AY, SEPT. 30, 1910. NUMBER 38. PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOS. M. REEVES Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, Louisiana Will pra'tice in the Courts of Mai:to:,. I lbls.: and ('oncordia an- lrefor .e t upreme Court of the State Mti t attentivupald to al! htinese. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, La. Will practice in East ('arro! Madison, Tensas, Concordia ar.d the Supreme and Federal Courts. Dr. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St. Joseph. La. In Newell Dutlding Plank Road. Trespass Notice. THE CLUB HOUSE on Lake Bruen, the property of the undersigned. Is poet. ed, and any trespassing will be prose sated B. F. YOUNG R H. WHITNEY 8. 8. NEWTON J. 1. QUARLES A. E. GREEN P. F. ASHFORD SH. CURRY W. J. STEEN 8. RODRIGUEZ G. II. CLINTON 109. CURRY V. L. SEDDON W. M. DAVIDSON Trespass Notice. PUBLIC NOTIC...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

TWO WIVES OF EUROPEAN RULERS I . . The Queen of Spain and the wife of President Fallieres of the French Republic in the president's carriage at the occasion of the king and queen's visit at Rambouillet, near Paris. TRUTH IN DAILIES Novelist Says Sticking to Facts Is Best Policy. Daily Newspapers, Richard Whiteing States, Prevents Apathy, Aids Literature and Helps the Poor. London.-Richard Whiteing. veteran of Fleet street and author of "No. 5 John Street," who celebrated recently his seventieth birthday anniversary. has given to an interviewer some of his latest ideas about journalism. Mr. Whitelng sprang Into fame at sixty. His well-known novel did it. Prior to "No. 5 John Street," he was a hard working leader writer on a London morning paper. With his big body and big head, his white hair and his brilliant, penetrating brown eyes, he is one of the most picturesque and most magnetic men of letters in the metropolis. "I often think," he said, "when I see the orter that reigns in our...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

WHEREIN LIES THE MYSTERY OF THIS FACE? To Avoid Gazing Into It Women Were Impell ed to Suicide. And in the End the Man Himself Ended His Life, Probably to Es cape the Strange Influence That His Eyes Seemed to Exert Upon All Who Came Within Their Influence. EW' YORK-Take a long look at the face of the Soung man which stares at you from this pag-. What do you make of it? It it a patrician fL.c,, the features well modeled and regular, the brow broad and intellectual, the nose s traight and aristocratic, the mouth not unkind, thoug.h perhaps a trifle weak. But look at the expredsion of the eyes. Do they haunt you when you turn away from them? Is there any thing forbidding, terrifying in the way they stare at you? Do they take hold of you, grip your and seem to follow you? They are not cruel and vindictive eyes, and yet Yet these eyes. or the owner of them, were respotnsible for one of thc most astonish!ng and puzzling rays terles of the past few years, a m: s tery in which three young a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ')0, 1910 ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITOR. SUNSCRl:PTIONP VIARLY hl h r AStasec. 1.50 JOHNSON GRASS. ( aterpr,) f Enterprie'.) There is grave danger of all thel parishes traversede by the M., HI. & L. R. It. becoming infe,'tivd with a weed kn,,wn as "Johnson ~ rass,' which, when ,once it gets a foot hold, can Iw· managed only with the Inost uutiring andl c'nstant la ,r by the planters. It can new l, found almut in r'sts alrong the righlt of-way of the railroad,l sluppesedi to be droppeI er blewln from the carp in whi,'h hay had been shipped or from cattle cars, and if alloweel te seed the whole .ounitry will lee (c, ered with it. T'lhe railroad is doing nothing to destroy it on its prolnxci' ty, and the planters sholuldl prote.t to the officials against allowing it along the right-of-way. Their sec tion crews could soon kill it out without any extra lalbor, if they can be induced to begin in time. We are not so well acquai...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

A. G. CASSELL CO., (/UCCes,r t, H1arat ,s &. (Car 1-1 H Wholesale Druggi and Retail rug sts. i f n. "IIf. r , t ', r of fh, F'ismous l" ,, ; I /1 I,, utt , ,l . s . • lill City Chill Tonic Hill City Antiseptic Hill City Liver Pills Hill City Cough Balsam Hill City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure Hill City Horse and Hill City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Liniment Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic Ihey are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. Corner Clay and Washington Sts. ,. ? Vicksburg, Miss. SPOT CASH DIAMOND DEALER. . ·v" "Lv'" C. A. BESSAC, , Y  . . l Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. ' Fine Repairing a Specialty. Highest Price Paid for Old Gold and Silver. YED TO 07 N. COMMERCE ST., :: NATCHEZ. == •  , - =  ,m ,- , (10 11ti. ;tr,;t C,,,,,'t.) OCTOBER TERM. Grand lury. To Appear Miolay. 4.t"tL,,r I7th, 19111. Orlando 1'. Adalnm s ..... ......Li,o, st tal-, L. Elgitter ............ ..... N lilton K irk T . la zlil .............. St. -1.. 11,.,i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. denate Bill No. 1. A JOINT RESO.lTIION Pjrospo.sin an amendment to thte ('onUtltatioa of the State of louislana fir the sseIls inent, levy and collectitn of a tax in the Parish of Orleans and the State of Lou islan,. in aid of lo'ating tnd buuildilng an exposntion its the city of New Orleans to ceitbrslte the compleiluts of the I'anama ('amal; sald tax to be expended under the direction of the World's lPanama Exposi tion ('ompealy. Se-lion its it resolved t, the (ieneral Assembly of tie State of I.ouiuisan. two thards of all timeiters eli' tad to each house contclrrirrg. That ani amenttodeil t to the Con siltution of the State of L.oulsianal be sub mitted to the qualided el*, tors of the State for their ,ppr ral or ri'.jel.sl ln as required b) rtt'ile .. I oif the l(' stiutsiton of the State of I. iusslta at the t si gre'siioial electit'n to Ih held on the tlr.t t'ies.lday next foltisslllg tlM tfirst Mondasy of ioseuber. 19t1 , it flaow- : The Wo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

-at 1ýie,ýierdrlg aymond Quit Twain's Play Tired of Playing Colonel Sellers 1 d Big Houses and Paying Most of the Receipts for 1 Royalties. i ,gle years after John T. Raymond. died in 1k6, had made his great 1 c hit as Col. Mulberry Sel in a dramatization of Mark 's book. "The Gilded Age." a ter according to one authority, t became completely identified his own breezy optimism," 1 met one afternoon as he was enter the old Willard hotel in Washing He beckoned me to one side. I have made up my mind to buy written by David D. Lloyd. a ngton newspaper correspondent probably know," he said. "It is 'For Congress.' Mr. Lloyd read to me this morning, and I am going produce it just as soon as I can my present contract." "Why," I said, "what do you want a new play. Mr. Raymond? 'The Age' ought to be good for ten yet. It has given you a national on, and should be making you bIe comedian smiled a dry sort of "Oh, that play has given me a repu all right," he said. "but reputa is not milk and ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 September 1910

an at'O 6 " w-- Y sertsgff.e tdted~fIS fZ ~ c o1c4Dir0 .ector 0/ US Dtprfir/ent o/Di cln al~rejanc-A cr. i~ b. li :-: .!i . " - { " ... ,fix , , +" 'o: .. ",, . :,. Uý. ý .. :. ý'.+ " -. . ... ý. , .. Y,. " ./. .: /ý,ý.%1 ý., ........ .... f ,ý ", , ".'! ,ý ...... . ",. i -e - . ....' : '.k. ' Mr "^.ý Y. ' ý ý 4· ,i1 4~w~';i·~ "~ rta2 411 ' * »LFP41YO I'At ! i -- +   ++ - I.1 ,. 1S z4Mr or C, J4V,. O, UCSON has a cli mate of a thor oughly desert char acter, and a flora, including moun tains and plain, rich in species and genera. In addi tion to its situa tion in the heart of the desert of Arizona, it is cen trally located, both as to position and transportation, with reference to the deserts of Texas, Chihua hua, New Mexico, California and Sonora. The University of Arizona, with its School of Mines, and the Ari zona agricultural experiment sta tion are located at TucSon. Not the least of the advantages of Tucson as a center for the activities of the government deser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 October 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE iazette Publisingt ('o.. Limited. Olficial Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annum. NEW SERIES V(L. XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 1910. NUMBER 39. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . mm m • m PROFESSIONAL CARDa JOS. M. REEVES Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, Louisiana Will practice in the Courts of Madison. Tensas and Concordia sad before the Supreme Court of the State. Strict attention paid to all business. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, La. Will practice in East ('arro Madison, lensas, Coneordia ar.d the Supreme and Federal Courts. DT. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St. Joseph, La. In Newell Dulding. Plank Road. Trespass Notice. THE CLUB HOUSE on Lake Bruen, the property of the undersigned, ilpost. ed, and any trespassing will be prose outed , B F. YOUNG R H. WHITNEY B. 8. NEWTON J. E. QUARLES A. E. GREEN P. F. ASHFORD 1. H. CURRY W. J. STEEN J. S. RODRIGUEZ G. H. CLINTON JOS. CURRY V. L....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 October 1910

CZAR UNVEILS SIATUE OF P,-TER THE G EAT THE CZI R PLRATING ,/, OAK St. Petersburg.--Two hundred years ago Peter the Great wrested Livonia and Riga from the Swedes and added them to Russia. The an alversary of this conquest has just been celebrated at Riga where the _7 czar unveiled an equestrian statue of Peter and also planted an oak ina Peter's park in that city. ARE HIGH IN STUDY Women and Athletes Lead Other Students at University. Coeds Rank 4 Per Cent Higher Than Men and Average Work of Frater nity and Sorority Members Not Up to Standard. Champaign, 11.-That athletes of the University of Illinois rank higher than the average young men students La their class work is the interesting fact discovered by Professor T. A. t Clark, dean of men, after reviewing as average of the grades of every student at the Champaign-Urbana branch of the university. This same investigation shows that the co-eds rank 4 per cent higher in their studies than men and further that the average work of th...

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