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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1941

: 1 >' BBSBIM • i ■ * THK CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY U. 1941 LI i i PAGE THREE North Texas Swimmers Head For Dallas Seeks More Swim Laurels BOB GENT To Compete in Southwestern AAU Meet University Park Host j To Section's Finest; Gentry Heads Locals Francis Stroup takes his TC swimmers to the Southwestern 1 AAU MNt in Dallas this weeki-ml. The meet will be held at the Uni- versity Park pool btg^flnigy Fri- day and lastifijr through Sunday. Bob Gentry will be the only mem- ber of the team to compete in the senior division. Others of the team will take part in the junior and novice events. Gentry, who ham been high-point man at the annual meet for the past two years, will ulso lie the defending champion in the 100- yard breaststroke event. Placed Fourth Last Year Last year, Gentry led his team to a fourth place berth with a first place, two second places and two third places, to account for his individual scoring honors. His only first place was in the 100-yard breast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1941

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1341 Denton Monitor Was County's First Real Newspaper; Writes Article on Town's Initial Publication W- dz - • **U \ Vj-Jii, - -r\ Jit MMKK 1 WENTOM, TEXAS, ATL lit f m Amusement Merry-So- Round Br LEE HI NT ON mimMi Shown above is a photostatic reproduction of the p«qts of Denton County \ first newspaper printed May 30 1868, 73 years ago. the Denton Monitor, This first issue was Editor'* Note: Following in an i'ti. !«■ v ri11«• (i In l)r V> S Iir lc. college librarian, which *i recently published In the Denton Record -Chronicle. By William Stanley Boole Librarian, North Texas State Teacher* Collate Early in May, lWWJ. aftvr only nix month* of publication the Green* vilh* Independent died "for want of support" and its editor, Tow R. Burnett, a CMMhn minister, pack- ed hi* hand-presses and moved to Denton Here he formed a partner ship with C. W. (Jeer*, a printer who had recently come to Texan from Kentucky, and opened nn e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 July 1941

1' College Musicians Present Requiem ^ B&5S *#VT * *'* The Campus Chat FOURTEENTH YKAK NUMBER 31 THE CAM PI'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1941 Z731 TELEPHONE 1242 Sixty TC Girls Attend Camp Wolters Army Dance Hundred Soldiers Come Here Tomorrow Refined Northerners Impress College Gals; No 'Yoo-Hoo's' Heard Great grandfather might like to take hi* Civil War gun from the wall when a Yankee hoves into sight, but not some fifty or sixty A one hundred and firty voice college chorus accompanied by a forty co-eda **" | five piece orchestra, all under the direction of Dr. Wilfred C B«in^ "vJSl.* FriS* night to head of the college music department, combined their talents last j fjnil about fjve Yankees waiting Friday in the recreation park to produce a well rounded interpretation ^ Kj,.| Texas soldiers were of BRAHM S REQUIEM 'Yamproducts' Plant Work Begun College Chorus, Orchestra Give Well-Balanced Concert Music Teacher Accepts Place As Music Dean Charles H. Finney Is Given P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 July 1941

PAGE TWO The Campus Chat 1142 f kf Umt Tmkm CMhp nlta|> Mr varfcir tonne >h« r«u SUK Tfwb.il *, l l . I th* *r« of March .-iK b, Mali Wi?-. t ft. July 18, 1941 The Editor's Desk By JOHN THOMASON THE HI MAN RADIO Down at the county home in Fort Worth I remember knowing an old follow whom the men had nicknamed "Radio " I do not suppose that he ever knew anything about them hanging thin handle on him because he did not stop talking loft# enough to hear anything that went on around him By all means and more than somewhat he was a human radio, with the top of his big hat, which would he about six feet and eight inches off the ground when he stood up, for an antenna, and size fourteen lioots for a ground wire. Hack in the shoot-em-up days lie fore the women asked for the vote and hard liquor was passed over the bur to gun-tot in' cow hands he had been sheriff of nom West Texas county about like I'pshur or ma.vb<- Dimmitt. Anyhow, it had a varying jKipu lation of about sixteen hun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 July 1941

THE CAM PI'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1941 PAGE THREE « 0 . • i ' 1 ''Cv$fcqi \ Got a Bay Window That Needs to Come Off ? New Intramurals Can Make It A Pleasure If ywi ar* looking for fun, then nerve-wracking work there i* for inie to put new life into the Mctivi- people in a favorable situation, the summer intramural program i the purpose of relaxation and en- ties. It is well-known that eompeti- conducive to relaxation. looking for you. If, in your search joyment. Realizing the need for tion gives a game more fun than So just tighten up your belt to for foe you are pushing a bulg- such relaxation, the intramural di- playing without such can hope to harnass that sagging spare tire j ing bay window around in front of rectors hav* planned then pro- have. (Emphasis is being takan off around your waist, forget the wor- you, tWn the intramural program gram accordingly. winning for the sake of winning ries and troubles of your econom- ic very definitely looking for you Shand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 July 1941

ll'tl' m : PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS ' HA T_I)KNTUN. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 18. liMl Anna Mary Beville Star in "Moon Over Miami Dorothy Murdoch Marries Hendrick; Mj%rri* « J W MearS AMECH6 ants IfTTY GRABLE to-f*f in +h« itriWngly beautiful Marries J. w. rvimm* moy.# MOON OVM MIAMI ^icH com#l to w Here Saturday theatre for a twodey run Suadey and Moodey. Ai « praview. tha Q.xL A rpt Pypc ' pk.u,. .ill b. *0.' o *. midnight fall! tomo-o- ni#l. DOT" "fB "®S Miw Anna Mary BenO, 'laugh- tei «T Mr <u «l Sir*. J. A. Bevill, Ull Went Hickory Street, tecum. of Jack Waddinff" of Mr. and Mm. A- j Mears of Austin iaat Saturday in the Firat Prwkbylarian Church, in a douMe ring service read by Raw. Wesley V. Hit# of Grwnville, for- mer pastor of the local Firat Meth- odiat Charcb. Mi km Gladys K*l*> was for the weeding marches and pr nuptial music, and accompanied Mr*. M. L. Hutcheaon when the JlljtCJI'IMMP." Tht bride given in marriage j by her father, fhe wore a f'han tifly lace gown. Her only a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1941

* I The 1922 Campus Chat Shows Twenty Students Get Degrees; Team Beats American Legion; AEF Has Watermelon Feast K"' % The Campus Chat the campus z781 — TELEPHONE 1242 Editor'* Not*: Th« following; items were selected from the Campus Chat which was pub- lished 20 years ago this week. FRONT PAGE HEADLINES . . . ; DIGNITY WILL MARK SUM- MER SCHOOL'S COMMENCE- MENT— About 20 Degrees to be Conferred in August; President Will Make Commencement Address "Commencement exercises will be held in the auditorium Satur- day, August 20. Mr. Criddle, Dean of the summer school, will act as master of ceremonies. A musical program will be rendered by the Choral Club, directed by Miss Par- rill. "A distinctly collegiate tone will be lent to the occasion by the caps and gowns to be worn by the fac- ulty and degree students." •THE NEIGHBORS" DRAWS WELL-PLEASED CROWD AT NORMAL COLLEGE, Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club Presents One of Its Most Successful Plays. "The presence of a crowd of students that complete...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1941

I PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1&41 The Campus Chat ■ kl 4«nn« rmr «*• «**—«■ <* titt MorU Tau At te T« ch r* k-mlfyd — .Ito atiur [tomkn I, ! !«. •« KM «< P—<— fc%M. jmSrr tb* *t of Uarrb §, lSIf _________ I Hf I Ctttw tMI OMtt ■ 4 JI s~.. s.i <SH ft.; Mar? Vm *— *. , N«- I „.!T Iv./r- .... ...TIm UrtU a (Ml J t> Hall it ut r«u July 25. 1941 The Editor's Desk By JOHN THOMASON HA* OUI LANGUAGE CHANGED? There is a very aeriou* thought on my mind, and haa been since 1 read I ant week a edition of the Ea*t Texan, publication of ETSTC. I am wondering if, while 1 have been practically tudeep down here in the Chat office for the pant six weeks, some- one has gone and changed the meaning of some of the words in the Engliah lan- guage. 1 can remember back home hearing a country kid who had taken half a year o! college English about two years before that argue that the word "ain't" had been in common use so long that Noah Web- ster's followers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1941

?,$; fmliPr 5> „ fa •" >- <' i fffC? ! I 11 , ir 1 B , HI Willi 1 Ill THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1941 PAGE THREE r;m« A dip in the swimming pool might be all right for tome soldiers, but Camp Wolters amateur photog rephers were not long in lining up this bathing pool art. .1 4, NTSTC co-eds gathered around slab to hear a little army talent play the piano on the recreation part before the Aces of College- land arrived to begin the dance. ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ These two soldiers said they were much impressed by the genuine friendliness of NTSTC co-eds and Texans. They should be, with a cool place to sit and two pretty girls such as Billey Fred Newman left, and Mary Bess Love feeding them. Soldier Don Kayser had an inspiration in the form of Helen Errebo, summer student from Vesper, Kansas, as he sang at the Saturday night stage show dedicated to the boys from Camp Wolters. ☆ This soldier had his hands full as he was one of three army men to take vocal spots in the st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1941

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 26, 1941 Former Faculty Member Weds from W 4. North Texas Schedules Eight Contest, - . . For Eagles'Coming Football Campaign' Meet Wednesday ^orne^ SMU, Hardin Simmons,' Arkansas A&M Among Non-Conference Foes Eight fames are or the book*> for the coming IW1 North Tex** football itwin m Jack Siaeo'ai Eagies try for their third straight Une Star Coefwrcm* champion- *teip this fail Tilt# with Southern Methodist University, Hardin-Bimmona, Ark- ansa* A and M., and Austin Col- ieg<- have bean matched to fill the I non-conference bill, while *am« l that will count for tba conference IMa include SMphM * Attn, Sam Houston. San Marcos, and East Texas in that order Nine gamas, one more than ha* been scheduled so far this year, were played last season when the Eagle* went undefeated in conference play to take their second consecutive undisputed championship. Play SMI Firsi Denton plays ita first game com- paratively lata in the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1941

College Coeds Entertain Tomorrow When 200 Soldiers Invade Campus Hawaiian Kiyoshi Kamitaki Thinks Texas 'Okay'; Says Movies Distort Real Hawaii The Campus Chat If he'd aw allowed the movie ver- sions of a Texa# where guns were 'flying all over,' and all the boy* walked how legged 'from too much horses." Kiyoshi Kamitaki, new Teachers College student from Ki- hului, Maui, Hawaii, might never have come to Texas at all. Not much impressed by the way the Lone Star state wax depicted by the movies back home. Kayo, as his friends call him. came to see for himself, and he's mighty glad he did, sho' nutf The friendly Japanese boy from Hawaii, who enrolled here at the beginning of the current semester, is delighted with Texas slang phrases. Fluently enthusiastic over the faculty and atmosphere of the college, he assured his interviewer that Teachers College is just the kind of school he's looking for. This month marks the anniversa- ry of Kayo's first year in America. He came to the U. S. la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1941

m r f "■ 11 |p||ij|||pii^p«pw^ ,W i|IIWSSBi8IPiiw pwppp^ilipppiip PAGE TWO- THE CilMffi < HAT, DENTON TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1941 ' p $ ; . II :® The Campus Chat Kiss the Boys Goodbye P«*lwn«< -•*( 4urt** «* <• JMM W W t* I Um Worth r«BM. SUU 7..'h«ml(pm* rlM< MMttM I*rrm!*t '■. !# ♦. *« M* W « Tnu * 4*' fc# «*t ' Jferrfc . ]U . m- OMU MhKW IJf I ?h£?tw2rSt IU M«II* lUn —-ijfii e K Mm««N «rf J * " if «f Tmm li U*-«U«efcrte *nm IkmorMttm m <rf *<• *• u « l MM "to e ws , fcy Nstkio*! 44 wtl in« few vice. If August 1. 1941 ; i : llv;. H ■ > BT-Spw'l. : I Editor's Note: Thin i *« e of the That was edited by Charlew Dameron and Randall Seely. in the alwence of the regular editor. The Editor's Desk ty CHAftlES DAMCRON Here I am sittin' down here at the type- writer on Tuesday nijarht; I havt? I>een out to the Tuesday night square dancin* and Randall Seely has been interviewing Mr Rogers John Thomason, the regular ali- tor. happen* to he out of town and has dumped...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1941

* ♦ THK CAM PI'S CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1941 ■' )■ PACE THREE SiscoTo Open His Thirteenth Season Sea ScoutsNe#r tAJhA. . a n . End of Journey; With Thirteen Lettermen Reporting Be Home Augusts Army Takes Big Toll But Prospects Good; Center Is Question Coach Jack Sisco will have thirteen lettermen on hand from last year's championship hall club when he open* this, his thirteen- th season at North Texas- DO CE DO DOINGS Due largely to the disasterous O.K., so squaredancing is not toll of the army upon his squad, generally recognized as h colleg- Sisco is slightly pessimestic over iate sport—but this week we're the prospects for the 1941 season, making a sport of it. However, with the thirteen letter- After watching the energy be- fair array of squad men jng ex [tended by the dancers Tues- SficrtticsUptusie. By RANDALL SEELY Fort Worth Y Swimmers Edge Local Tankers 30-27 North Texas Continued from page I. mer class will have completed the flying part of the course- When...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1941

„„ PAGE FOUR ffiBP* mm THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST lt 1941 — Professionals f ; DENTISTS d*. W. H hawvtt < Pkent 11*/ Jackson Hutiding Da. RiriiARO M| OmUtf MeCmry Building f'Kons 192 C. L. Oliver Dtntist Dmitm , T«MM Me* ph. 208, IN ph. 11® Third floor Jaekaon Bid*. Add These Names and Addresses to Your Student W. S. Rfwru, B BS, fu m*s Rnwiru.. n.0.8. SM MeCturkmn Building ftniCALS I |P« Kyf-Kar-Snhm-Throtit F,w Krammsd. Via*** Fitfd Dentrr* MHttcal and Surgical Clinte. 212 9- Sim flf*. Ofie« 540 «12 RED GILES Air-Conditioning Phone 271 AN Kindt of Electrical Wo* W'? I m y Ri, I 1 i.w: I "Where Friendship Grows" Pay ut a visit a><d make i/ pro*# Saturday Nl*ht Preview Sunday-Monday KITTY FOYLE With Ginjjer ftngern And Dennis Morgan tuesday-Wedne«day ROAD SHOW With Adolph Menjou And Carol® L*ndi* Dime l a)« Thursday-Friday I LOVE YOU AGAIN With Myra L< y And William Powell —— ill 4 TEXAS Sunday—Monday RINGSIDE MAISIE With Ann Sothern And George Murphy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1941

They Kmw Thsir MBoogie-Woogi#,§ fcHUTENANT A. E. GRIDLAY'i soldier Mlmhv 4MiHMMl Hm fancy of soldiers and civilians Saturday night. In the top pic- ture they hit the down beat on "Beat Me Daddy." In the lower pictures may be seen BOB TIFFANY, right, former trumpet jMiyer and vocalist with TID RITO; end the saxophone taction, The Campus Chat I :: ——— FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 34 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. Kit I DAY. AUGUST 8. 1941 Z731 — TELEPHONE 1212 v 7 % \ Smith Gives College Library Only Rare Book Photostats Camp Wolters Men Are Entertained With Second Party Picnic, Dance, Gals, Army Swing Band Are Attractive Features Denton girls, for the first, lime in many years, were just about matched one to one the past week when 200 of Uncle Sam'* khaki- clad men poured into Denton in trucks, busies, and whathaveyou. The soldier entertainment got well under way Saturday when two hundred men from Camp Wol- ters were guests of co-eds of the rollcge. Formalities were dismissed when the car...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1941

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1941 I I i The Campus Chat Art* Itt W«tl> 4wrtmc tbm colk«« rmr kr tba « Uw H«rtfc Tbu tut* T«k«f« C«ll «* Kniwwl u ciM* mmttrt Itmmmbm I. l l«. •« tka (wat offWw it (W art if Marck I. I W *kim. U> i SMtr NiIimm wuhm ^ „ „ „ t r, M«rr L— *«•> . Ul Hwiim, Mmmt g^^gLsa-aaaS? K«F 'MM Aa KtM k . Im. August 8, 1941 The Editor's Desk 0y John THomaton THANKS- This column owes Home type of an ex pression of appreciation to Charles Dam eron, 1942 Yucca editor. and Randall See ly, Chat sport* editor. for their services last week. While 1 wan out of town the two were kind enough to Htop quoting John Dos Bassos, arguing as to whether money is the main thing in life, and chewing to- bacco and spitting the juice in my waste paper basket, and engineer the edition that you had an opportunity to read last week, whether ycj did that or not. Considering the handicap under which they worked I will not enumerate them now everything look...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1941

t> •, THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1941 By RANDALL 8EELY PAGE % Speedsters Like These Are Plenty Hard to Find 22SL France Stroup takes hi# swim-! This season's aquacade, featur- mers to Fort Worth tonight for a ing a Hawaiian theme, will be call- return engagement with the Fort ed "Island's Escape," and if any of you guys have that old feeling Worth Y tankers. The little en- counter may be turned into a three that you'd like to give this civili- Eugene Wood Ervin "Ickie" Clay Wood, Clay, 2 East Texans To Lead Eagle Grid Battles Denton Swimmers Meet Fort Worth YMCA Tonight Francis Stroup and his NTSTC swimmers meet the Fort Worth V team in Fort Worth tonight in a return dual meet. Stroup's charges lost a close de- cision to the Y tankers last Wed- nesday in the local pool by a 30 to 27 margin. Headlighting the night's per- formance will be the battle be- tween Denton's Bob Gentry and Fort Worth's Bob Cowling in the 100-yard breast stroke event. Cowl- ing, the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1941

PAGE FOUR m I Biwf: ■ H fl' Ri k ffe THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1041 M;; Woods Heads Workshop Program V>jjg ; ■ TC Education Teacher Conducts Experiment In Michigan Town Showing real concern about much vital problem# a* Iocs! swimming condition high school *tudent at Grand l/ed*.-, Miehigan. art- ac- tually practicing what they learn about health by having an analy- sis made of their aiMMiiw MM water*, r. ™" ' 1 The study hi part of the com- munity workshop program bfirig conducted in this typical Michi gan cumuiii' v 12 mile* west of Lansing. b> William G Woods, as- sistant dean of men and profes- sor of education at TC, who is on leave of abWW until hi* return here August IS. Beside* conducting the workshop, Wood* he* l* n an education lee- turer in •even <-ounti«e the past 18 month" for the University of Mkh- Amusement Merry-Go-Round Camp Wooers Continued from page 1 By LEE HINTON Wolters were from the mid-west- ern and the middle northern states F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1941

To Study Under Shaw in Colorado 1 The Campus Chat — — FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 35 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1941 Z731 TELEPHONE 1242 Ul mer To Speak As 450 Get Degrees Mii E. O. Rogers, Square Dancing Director, Goes to Colorado To Study Directing Under Dr. Loyd Shaw At Colorado Springs E. O. Rogers who has been di- recting square dancing in the rec- reation park this summer, left on Tuesday for Colorado Springs, Col., where he will study square dance direction under Lloyd Shaw. Rogers graduated from Teachers College. After teaching in Ellis County for several years, he went into WPA recreational work, where he remained for about three years. Last year he organized a group of his first classes in square (lam- ing in Dallas. He brought a group of his dancers over to the recrea- tion park last summer, and this summer came back as an instructor in the physical education depart- ment. After his work with Dr. Shaw, Rogers will be back in Dallas in the fall and will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1941

m f IrV- 0 I I' i 1 PAGE TWO WW THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1941 The Campus Chat Tciwfc • iMt Am m Pakhtkmt br th« Tttw CilllglJ fOlfcfc* wmktf i-nm* *m W— . t jft «fc« *•* « « Um North Tou Suw T« . how ffjwTwfe*1 M elM* mtU> b«iml«T • ! ■■'. •• -r- !— " "•«>" Tmh iki« '*• rt of Maf* t. I * . KubwripUor, Rata*. by Mai) — MM. -..I tnwklt Mtor W< wl B4H°r iw* >£m*o> W«i« r |jpa« W iar : Randall .%*•!* G.!Tomm ** i* Htotan ru* aCSK *• ' tell S- b>. N t > n« WaJbtr m " Hi Mly fctptrtm Mwr 1** K««p. Butiem M. •« ■ BsSBiS *Ui-k. U Jr of 11* ' — of AwtaWt l'r«*i AM<ri«tK>B August 15, 1941 The Editor's Desk By John Thomaton YUTANG HAS A.N IDEA - While re <lin r Lin YuUng's book, "Th - Importance of Living." the other day, I ran upon what might have hnn a pretty rood preventive war menawe for the world, had it been practiced ioon enough Discussing humor in politic*, the out- standing Chinese philosopher pictured our modern world in the han...

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