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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 March 1940

sm, FftATERNtTIES THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH i. 1*40 llM |l st ■<h- |)K niH >< i I It..- Six Fraternities Accept 77 Prospective Members into Betas Take Largest Number With 18 Rushees Accepting Pi Phis Teke 7, Trojans, Gaasles II, Talons, Falcons 15 Following ruwh activities of the • six campus social fraternities, Beta Alpha Rho I'i Phi Pi, Talon, Trojan, Geesle, and Falcon, 78 rushees formally accepted pledge bids Hi the meetings of the respec- tive clubs Monday niirht. Betas Pleditc IH Formal ceremonies were conduct- ed nt the Beta house Monday night by Gordon <'arpenter, president, when 1H pledges took the pledge- ship oath. Pledges to Beta Alpha Rho Beta fraternity are Mercer Henderson, Floyd Everhart, William Carroll, t lint ley Kedin, Oscar Odell, Charles Vick, Al Baldwin, Sig Dickson, Max Perkins. Joe Turner, Harold Ferguson, Kenneth Gray, Sam Hart, Kddie Byrne, Johnny Buchanan, L. A Berry, Jack Thurman, and Dudley King. Henry Madely is pledge ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 March 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1940 Golfers Favorites Cage Records For Soasofi Morrtaa Willaon and hia Teach art Collage golfer* opened the CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1. favorite* one week before in an assembly for that purpose. Other « - , student* who were nominated in AfO AnnOlMCeO the nomination assembly and were listed on the final ballot were Alan The North Texan Eagle* draw Johnston, David Moore, Johme Ri- i the curtain on a rather unsucceas vMfc. Walter Parker, and Gordon ful basket bull season tonight when Presiding ef the Belief Box mmm f M current aeaaon last Friday by tak IMHRML_ ing the meaeure of the Hardin Ci.'uentei in the boy ' race, and they meet the powerful Baal Tex- • . ^ .. . f ill;.. U'.UHM 1/ VI' 11 \Ti~ • . .... Kagles 42 Kagles 37 Kagles 28 Kagles 37 Junior Collate team of Wichita Lillian Waldron, Kay Wslker, Vir Fallt. Playing in the No. 1 Mingle* K'n,« Kathryn Heatley, and poaition, Willaon scored a 77 to Faye Cooper on the girls' Ucket. defeat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 March 1940

jr \ > The Campufpiat 1890—Largest State-Supported TeecWers Celtf in the United Stetei—Half a Century of Priyttiiy Service to Tmm and tHe Notion—1*40 1. I i KOlTRTKKNTH YKAK Nl'MBKK 22 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1940 Z7S9 Thousand Homamakars Com* To C0II090 This Week-End Cupid Does Net Have Anything on Mr. Boyd, Recent Letter Reveals #• • 1 . Thirty North Texas High Schools Accept Invitations to Attend Thirty North Tf* high schools have accepted invitntions for ap proximately 1,000 students enrolled in home economics classes to at tend the Area F «u meeting of the Future llomcmnkers of Texas which will convene on the College campus Saturday With answers to the 140 invita lion* sent out to schools in area four still coming in. Miss Editha l.ueckc, diiector of the meeting, estimated that total attendance should reach IfiOO by Saturday morning Invited to attend the meeting .irr ten boys' clashes in homemak ing in the area. It is tin- first ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 March 1940

ft ATHLETICS RECUSATION THE CAMPt'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH «. 1940 INTRAMURAL PHYSICAL 6PUCA Sportsman's Cinder Charges Leave Denton for Border Olympics Mm Moltwif Trip* twportod to Foil Vefceren Team Intramural Basketball Champions for 1940 >> y</ rst Mtirr <?. rMVtlfCRM U.I-HK- Kirxt T rtm |fmgmn W <ti T t '"*>*• f Jus tr y Savaf • \ * - - ' Oatfl Phrlbfa (Natnw < J W Ixrtnor ■ T je ' 'at* ; e Qu, t#r, Bartier i Not' •«s s ' n Q< Tea It OH* PtatNnMir. 4 Atheia • ' j it ci >ta* • f Ikti lias.:i> < T«~ ' *•*** Mitaor M * T -r a*.- Way** Park Nat: - • • • i* H«Mrak" VtRtw* Turner 7 >«. ("mi* ,att ' Wi': V Shop. Wetaw- ft' rr;,t*r Ja> Harm: H*f' - ' i>ott karrtf, Sever J - • Traveling Squad CWosen by Actual Track Competition ' aeT Okwc Spertsmar an-: * I :efce< il-mar M^aoe heade«tf we * e*ri> Tl#ur aa> OMwntag witr. * irtor in ft**r* w t cr « ye and •ewe- -sakiiig a their rm&da r* rwt'.«ed« '«• .ng •./* • arum her. t&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 March 1940

MUSIC DRAMA THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1M0 f Id. Iflt ft!) \Ux hi > I I'1 r * hn, I 11 I •vin 'a! I II ♦ ' I'n# I • • 1 • ri<i r' I -h v r i College Show Start Power, Fay Saturday "Rose of Washington Square" Coming Here For This Week's Movie •N Kntei Itiiiinii'iii uwaith you ai tin- • Illicit)' iii "Hum- III Washington Square", which imiki" it. way t>• 1 I hi Sutlltdiiy llighl pK tun h<>w )>f ihlK Week I'y rone I'nwri mill Mil l' Kay, tin i "mailtn st«i > nf "Ah'vanili i K'tgtime Bund" arc co-slurred with VI .Inl-'in, Kiii|!iii|{ hi* memory laili'ii song lilts of yesterday. The lory <if a woman who loved hi-r man ami kept on loving him allhutiith hi' tricked hi't ami hurt her anil brought hi'ai'l hreuk upon them both is tulil in the milestone- of melody of the last two decadc- " Kohv of Washington Si|u«ri'" opens at th>' close of thr World War. with .lolson as T)'il rotter, a singing i-amly butcher, in a foui tee nth street burlesque ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 March 1940

PAGE POUt OPINIONS THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 1940 EDITORIALS Hi# Campus Chat Telephone 1242 Manual Arte 107 Published by The Teacher* College Pre** Editorial) Wards Br RAT BDWABM Published weekly during the college year by the student* of the North Texas State Teacher* Col- lege. Kn tared an second-class matter December 8. 11*1 A. at the pout office at Denton, Texas. under the act of March 3, 1M79. Subscription Kate*, Delivered by Mail Om collate yaar $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Kight to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisements. 2c per word t er insertion. Men tier of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Member of Associated Collegiate Pre** Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc Editor Aaaociate Editor Sport* Editor Sport* Editor Society Editor Hay Edwards Polly Anna Badgett Woodrow Pinkerton James McCary Mary Willard Columnist*: Woodrow Pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Betty Ann Fladger. and Joe McCabe. Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 March 1940

CLUBS FRATERNITIES THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 8. 1940 I In kvit h I V hr\ lik. I yet ml." | at inir> « ry foi an •r \ lint lort I It i. Inn !:i ' ' rority Rush Week Brings 38 Pledges to Various Organizations Kappas Pledging Largest Number Taken Sinfonia, Proposed Local Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, Music Fraternity ilirs Pledge 10, hat Four, Phoreffs Trojan Dude Ranch > 11 in Servic. Dance Streamlines of 38 Horority pledge* inouced this week by the Q|d West at Club mpu* sororities, haghlir, Theta Pi, Kappa Kappa and PhorefT, after meetings night. B* were .lent hid* last week, I ►)< f llll W p's| mil |>(•«■<inn- |llo<| crmzod, tin- cowboy* will becunir urbanized, and (tic timid souls will , , . . . me "boldorised" an the "Dude ,al pledgeship ecremonle ma|iis (mtla| ;ipp<,a| t£ ■Id at the meetings Mori |ht. Pledgeship for most of witie* will last about eight Pledge 10 dent Frances Smith admin the pledgeship oath to 10 Kr pledges Monday night at aghlir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 March 1940

PAGE MX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 8. 1940 u^7.tuXV These Names of New Students On Worth Project To Your C0II090 Student Directory Homer A Hunter. dircctoi of the Fort Worth Housing Authority, will give «n illustrat.-d lecture Tuesday March 12, in h 10 o'etok assembly at the main auditorium of the Collage on the tTnit«d States Housing Authority project in Fort Worth The Port Worth housing pro- ject. of which Hunter is director. whm begun January T . 1and i* expected to In- finished in August. 1W40 Under the project. 2.r-'2 white families and 250 negro families livinif in unsanitary, unhcalthful condition!" in the slum ana* if Fort Worth will bo (riven sheltei including room. bathroom. kitchen, and bedroom facilities at a price no higher than that paid fot rent in the slum areas. Open to I'uhlir The assembly it which Hunter will lecture on the F"rt Worth project is for home economics stu- dents and other students interested in th« United States Housing Authority It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 March 1940

0 The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—hUh a Century of Progressive Service to Texas and Hie Nation—1940 $ FOURTEENTH YEAR Nl'MKKR 2a NORTH TEXAS STATK TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 16, 1940 Z730 TELEPHOM* IMS ram dale get thi a i . Hi. tOHS St a I fill d of |'e\a |m* a ' lujrh thi*. 18 H and | I i m i 1 i n v I irvif |it an ♦ i i . t College Takes Five Forensic Awards at . Carpenter, Robbins, Powell, Cooper Among Winners • 'ollege forensic representatives wept through the Annual Trinity I'niversity Invitati-in Tournament in Waxahachie Friday and Satur- day of last week, winning five IIrut place nut of a possible eight. NT8T( entin.s won llrst in lioth iih'Ii and women's debate and took three Ht'sts in individual events. Gordon Caipcntei and Jack Rob- luns defeated opponents in seven debates t<> win the men's division in debate, and Kay Cooper and Helen Powell won over S M U. and Baylor to take the women's division...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 March 1940

ATHumcs RECREATION THE CAMPU8 CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH 16. 1940 Sportsman Takes Eagles to Fort Worth Saturday 11^ Te HeM Own in Skirmish Olympic Champs to Compete in Cowtown Meet EaqI# CI imp * (•olAng Around PrmpM'U are bright for the hot- test intramural r<'If tournament ever unreeled here as 22 hopeful- paired for the first round f play this week Nobody if favored yet. but Sev- ern) have reported going the ls- hole route in less than 65 strokes The accepted par if M< However, this tournament will be decided by "match play"; the winners of each hole will be kept and not the total number of strokes. Each match will go the full 18-holc route if neces- sary. Char t> Throws The free-throw contest is also un derway this week with 31 prospec- tive champi< ns Bill Bob Kee. a member of the basketball champion Tom Tat team, was the first to try his skill Wednesday and did well by dropping in 40 out of 50 tries. The highest lfi contestants in the preliminaries will qua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 March 1940

y amc •nun lull I.' I'll I • ick ink - |.i-1 its rd iam |"M f tnnj |w iTr Ilium, looad I ilit't* i'lvc five MOM bo&tt* the III in ks u laive iii f M f iiTi hcl tli, I hat |" i <1 J •' 'M IkiiI In s I ' • |< h l n V pd |u i I* >t • Ik' |hi fh lit f; lir-l i i Mf i i I MUSIC 'On Borrowed Time' 'I* Coming Film For College Show I his yi'iii Li until huiiymore eel chrntes his thirtieth anniversary -nice In- liisi million |>ictii\i othei >iiii today can mulch the iccukI uf sui'ci'hsc> which Lionel Rarrymorc has to his ercdit on lioth stage and screen. ^ cl Hiii i vinui i marks a new milestone m In- career ill "(In followed I'imh piitiiri/atiiin of I hi jfi-cnt -uccess of last sell son, which comes In the I 'ollege show Saturday night. Briefly, it is tin- Htory of an olil trraii'llathi-i who is afrunl to die lest i hi tri'MnilHon whom he adores liill into the hands of a scheming and uiisciupulou aunt. And at! In t the uiandfaihei trapi death in the branches of an old ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 March 1940

I1 AGE fOU* THE CAMPU8 CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 16. 1940 •f RAT BIIW by TIm Twelwn Collage Preas college year by the EDITORIALS Published weekly during ■■ _ ■■■■ student* of the North Texa* State Tcachers Col lage. Entered as Mcond-i'lu* matter December 8, 1916, at ttoe post office at Denton, Tex a*, undai (be act of March I. 1879. Subscription Kate*, Delivered by Mail (in* collate year $1.00 Advertisuig rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement 16 reserved Classi- fier! advertiwement*. 2c per word per insertion. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pre** Association Member of Associated Collegiate Pre** Repreaented by National Advertising Service, Inc. Editor Associate Editor Sport* Editor Sport* Editor Society Editor Columnist*: Woodrow Ray Edwardr Polly Anna Badgctt Woodrow Pinkerton .lame* McCary Mary Willard Pinkerton. Virginia Paty, Betty Ann Fladger. and Joe McCabe. Reporter*: Oneta A*hley. Myrtle Neale, Charle* C'ox. Let' Hinton, John Thomason, S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 March 1940

I f i > h Hint now told IlKtiM I- II I; 1111 Wtt irhfl) la i I \ || ikcii I'M V II ■ 11' * H •« 1 I lie [lnt he •ks it |tt id ti«i. in* in Iht In 11' A I'vn •If liat In't ] « |i*r lh Fourteen Hundred Student* KaPPa D#l+« P! •Attend HomamaUrt Meeting Meeting Planned Holds Initiation Hit Rtctio inj fttu For Arlington Next Year I : I l i ► Kourteen hundred ten hi^h aehool home economic* students from tif> hijfh schools in some 20 North Tox- in counties attended the Area Four meeting of tin- Future Homomiikcm o( hold Saturday at the Col- lege. • Tin meetings were attended by mure than 2,000 students and vini '"I- who packi'd the College audi <>mini for the general sessions, and 1 wii< believed that several hun- diiil -indents were on the campus whii did not register. Meet at Xrlincton Arlington High School was cho '•n a- tin place for the next annual \i'i'n Four meeting, winning over Wentherford and Demonstration High in a vote taken at the clotting business -fusion Satur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 March 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1MO "H W from Par 1 include* 12 ■■ ant girla, *0 flowvr girU, eight atu deato, ten Had Shi rtu, four waiter*. It ci|«r«tu fir Is. and gue*t*. with •ang* far aach group and dance*- far Mm Mad Shirts and cigarette With all parts cast except a fe* minor walk-on rolaa, the operetta was wall undar way this week with Theresa Corcoran and Mis* Kdith Kuheck directing all dance num hers and Mias Clara Hodson's home furnishing claas working on th. rostwnas undar the direction of Maurine Mitchell, student in home economics Thirteen costume? for cigarette girl* will be completed bjr the end of the week. These cos- tumes will consist of a black cam- hric frock, white pettieists. and aprons and caps to match Opens in Reatuarant "El Tor" opene with a prologue in a restaurant of r small town in central Europe, where a mu*i- cian discusses with a traveler his desire to write a comic opera The other scenes deal with the operetta which the musician wro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 March 1940

The Campus Chat 1890—Largest Stata-Supportad Taachars Collaga in the United Stete*—He# e Century of Progressive Service to Texes end the Netion—-1940 KOURTKKNTH YKAK NL'MKKH 21 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, 1940 Z730 Rahaarsals Wall Undar Way For Production of 'El Tor' TELEPHONE T.C. Student* Cast From Minnesota, Tax., New York, Wisconsin Students from three states out- side Texas -New York, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, and from the Val ley. the Gulf Coast, the Hast Tex- as oil fields, and the western plains of, the Panhandle were rehearsing this week in the operetta "El Tor" which is to he presented at the Teachers College April IK-1 !•. A cosmopolitan play with char- acters from America and several central European countries, "El Tor" will lie presented hy a cast from towns including Randolph and Rochester, New York; Mil ' waukee, Wisconsin, Minneapolis- Minn., and in Texas Dallas. Fort Worth, Denton, Wichita Kails, Gladewater, Port Arthur, B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 March 1940

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 March 1940

ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXA8. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1940 Eagles Slaughter All Opponents in Cowtown Meet <1 Sportsmen Win Fint PUm With a Total of 73 Point* * ty5 WooaAtuu PmUmitoH. I'he Kfttreme* A hot intramural free-throw con tr-t is underway at the tfym this week as 16 contestants qualified for pairings Monday. Jimmy Sav- age, manager of the Native basket- hall team, led the parade in the qualifying round, J,ittle Jimmy dropped in 42 out ot a possible 50 shots. Trailing close In-hind Savage was Bill Bob Kef with 10 perfect charity tosses. There were a lot of in-lietweens, but on the other end of the extreme was Jack Bean, member of the chkmpion Tom Cat basketball team, who was able to connect with a mere nine out of fiO shots. ' Headlines Observed The deadline for the first round of the free-throw pairings has been set for March 86. *t is left up to the boys as to when they will get together and pitch their respective 2.1 shots, but if it isn't done by th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 March 1940

MM POUR CLUIS THE CAMPUS GHAT. MMTOM, TBZA8 WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO, 1040 SORORITIES Trojans Honor Now Waco Nowtpopor Editor Spooks Horo Yostordoy At Country Club Ninety member*, pledge*, and truest* attended thv "Dude Ranch Dance" tflHh ly <br Trojan* Fri- day night at the Denton Country Club in honor of the fraternity'* ten spNn* MMeater pledge* All guests came attired in west <ifn CO*t unit' uad the club wa* deco- ra^! throughout in the western ranch ihrilif. Pledge* presented a rodeo pro- grim at intermission. Music for dancing was furnished by mem her* of Floyd Graham's Aces of Collegeland In addition to the pledges!, special truest* of the eve- ning were Dr. and Mrs R. L. Con- rod, co-sponsors, and Mrn. Alice Pegram. house-mother. \ Eagle Band To Sponsor All-College A formal all-college dance, spon- sored by the Eatrle Rand of the College, will be given in the recrea- tion building from 5* until 12 o'clock Saturday night. March .10 In the receiving line will be Dr. and Mrs W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1940

1 j ent .| >ns Mtn fr The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teeckers Cola fa in the United States Half a CawKiry of Pufnnfri Suma to Tmm and Hw Nation—1940 FOURTEENTH YEAK NUMRKR 25 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APITL 5, 1940 Z730 TELEPHONE 1MB Smith to be Guest Artist With Symphony on April 21 • "**' Art Students' Sculpture To Be Shown Art Students Skew Models of Large Sculptor* Work 'Cynthia Parker' Composer to Help With Celebration Models of Works To Stand at Chilton Made for Jubilee A unique project in sculpture, the most ambitious over attempted • - * * Julia Smith w>M be guest artist at a concert given by th«* Teachers College Symphony Orchestra at U o'clock Sunday afternoon, April 21, m connection with the Cul- mination Week which will climax the year-long celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Col lege The week's celebration is from A|>I*iI IK to 21, when the College throws open its doors to all ex- students and friends of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1940

PAGE TWO ATHLETICS THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 5, 1940 INTRAMURAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sportsman's Eagles Go to Texas Relays Saturday t n— T T„ u—i. Top-NotcHers of Country William*. Ridaouts Will Hold Spotlight For tha College Kt JAMES McCARY C3 M As Eijlti Lead Eagle Parade In Texas Relays Williams, Evaratt, Ralay Taami Lowar Unofficial Racords H> RANDALL 8EBLY Conference records fell before the onslaught of Coach '^hoc Touch Choc Sportsman and a lfi-man Eagle track and field team will invade the Texas Uni- versity campus Saturday as they enter the ISth annual Texas Re- lays. Heading th. li.-t . f 12 varsity and Sportsman's Ragle track machine four freshmen ..'ho are to make in Commerce Thursday. March 21. the trip, will be Wee Welby Wll- The Ragles administered a sound Hams and Wayne Hideout. Wil- licking to the Rast Texas Lions Playing toda> (at 4) , liama, in a previous meet ha* boat- in the process Doubly significant I pper Field- -ioughneclt* xersus c-d ...

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