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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1941

Dane* With Faculty Tonight ■MM SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 7 The Campus Chat NOMI I*!* IfAft fttACHERS (OI.LEiiE. DENTON. TEXAS. NOVEMBER 7. 1941 r Danca With Faculty Tonight HWHTIMIWIWIWIIII1 1 HHHWi i'J Willi Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 60,000 Exaa Invited To Homecoming Day Nov. 15 East Taxas Grid Clash,* Varied Social Events, Seven from College Planned for Big Dey Attending TRFCW Extended to 60,000 ex-student* of North Texas is an open invita- frt-uan+AH T-Jal, tion to return to the campus Katur V OnvenTOn | OCJdy day, Nov. 15, for their annual homecoming on the day that the Seven Teachers College reprcsen- Kagles play the climaxing grid tatives are attending the meetings game of the season against East|)lf th(. annu,, convc„tjon of the Texas State. Scheduled to be the busiest day .. „ ... ... . of the year on this campus, *tu-i',1U'^ whic,h dents will play host not only ^Thursday ttt ™f * and will con- their exes, but to a majority of i t,nue through Saturday, the Commerce student body as wel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT. flMK MM, PMMT, iMi V, 1941 Blue Pencitingt ^®acl Editorial, Homecoming ■ifciJ-'Ifji.^ 1 OsiTtMa. <>«M < l*fk . MrMaban Strfcar* Hrown. ■ MUUni. Samum *T"m, Ham , J n« Clair* n««i l«nk Hurt nw MKH Mai «■< ■J. a Mat (Mi ftW • laUrrollalaU frt" AaaatlaUot. tamuud CaUaataU frdp National *d «rt£U« S«r Ee Im 1941 Mmbfr 1942 Associated Coleenate Press KW. Dallwf* by KtoU .. ^ Ull«t fmr H— Friday, November 7, 1941 Homecoming The administration, faculty and students of North Texas join this week in extending to all exes a cordial invitation to attend the annual home- coming celebration next weekend. North Texas is proud of her ex- students and is always glad to have them back again. When they con- verge on the campus by the hundreds next weekend they will find their alma mater the same great institu- tion it was when they knew it. Its physical plant has grown consider- ably and its student body is larger, but the same friendly spirit pre- vails that was here more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1941

t e Et I ft 111 Lr pi In 18 [y i- It. In i I a id ne . k- 1 r F-v d. ot ir- ey 1 i't n, s: li- nt e- in- at 18- rill $ ' ' lar- S ent. ■ lac-fl heyl U;\ ' PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1941 «iii Baicher's Solo Is Outstanding Recital Feature Piano Compositions, Vocals, Are Included On Student Program Saint-Saens' "R"ndo Capriccio- ao," violin selection by Lucy Baich- er, was probably the outstanding feature on Tuesday night's student recital in the main auditorium. Eddie Lou Long, soprano, opened the program with Delibes' familiar "The Girls of Cadis." "O Rast In the Lord" from "Elijah" by Mm* delssohn, sung by Jewel Mullins, followed. Hughes and Teague Sing by Chopin's "Minute Walts in D BOOK OF THE WEEK Flat" by Jeanette Middleton. 1 Jhz T° played in his composition "Consols- ^ , r% C II tion in E" given by Sarah Ann CrOHIH Dest-beller Stowe. V> ilma Thtele followed, play- ing Grieg's descriptive •Nocturne." MacDowell's "To a Water Lily,"| played ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TE XAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1941 PAGE THREE Siscomen Tackle Kangaroos In Annual Tilt Her* Today Eagle Forward Wall May Be Bolstered With Raw Recruits y'1 34 Men Answer Call As Cagers Begin The North Texan Kagles will take # Practice Sessions Auatin College Kangaroos in a game that will spot cut fur the TC men tor t the weak link* of the team before the crucial Com- merce game of next week In the year* before the Kang- aroos have proven to be the one team that the Kk, able to "push around," but they may be tough thm year. Laat year Baoketbali practice got under way Monday afternoon, with 84 prospect* reporting to Coach Dan Yarbro. In the group were five lattormen and ton returning squad- men to form the brunt «f the j mi 2 Ragle eager*. To lead the North Texas squad the TC eleven beat the Austin team this season will be Captain Bill Man efts jmmtor lumw turn Austin I-oat I.aat Week (Jrandfalls, and other lettormen in- The Austin Col leg* Kangaroos Hunley, sen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, li 4l PAGE FIVE Phoreffs Honor Ex-Students At Annual Birthday Dinner Stone Gives Welcome;' • ^ ^ ■ Plans for Organization Of Alumni Discussed Celebrating the sixth anniver- sary of the Phorelf sorority, ti dinner dance wu held at the Southern hotel honoring ex-mem- bers and pledges. The program at the bamjue in- cluded a welcome by Mary Jo Stone. Celina, president; and a history of the club wax given by Hesper Crook. Corpus Christi. Luna Belle Beachum, Dallas, sang one of her own compositions. Kay Ellett. Roswell, N. M„ accompanied by Margaret Ann Carter, Hankin, sang, and Alta Faye Robert*, Ft. Worth, gave a reading. In a re- sponse given by Mrs. Robert Floyd, Dallas, plans were made to estab- lish a Phoreff alumni in Dallas. Ex-member* attending the ban- quet were Frances Kennedy, Ab- bott; Helen Barns, Denton; Kay Walker, Chandler; Doris Derdcti. Denton; Mrs. Paul Vestal, Dallas; Cyrene Bell, Dallas; Mrs. Wood- row Wilson, Ft. W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1941

an fWi!if mm^m r^^:. " :':, ■ A <«•*•#* ■ * 1 ■ ^3§P$| '*• jff#> • IJ PAGE SEX .fflmm. mm' ■' • THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TE XAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1*41 Harris Returns from Meeting For Wild Life Conservation Hurttsville Conference .education for con*enration of our Three Winners Named In Forecast Contett Grady Terrill, H. t. Cunningham, and Dick Hudman were the three winner* of ahow paaaea to the Texas Theater in the Chat'* foot UArtjHl'li I natural resources and the **«?«- i~txas i neater in raw « n«i* torn Of Texas Commillion k>n andperpetuation of democracy | «U forecast contest last week Held Oct. 31. Nov. I couldn ♦ Dean B. B. Ham* of the Teach- er* College faculty ha returned from a meeting of the Tezas Wild Life Commission, of which he i chairman The meeting wa* held last Friday and Saturday at Hunta- iflk commission la a part of the |P| and emergency unit temple; foreatry committee, with |, KJ-W k/Uior Of the c at eahoei mmm- / wltirdweH, preeMect of Staph- *• Wtff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

t %• I . I V I i MM * v NUMBER ONE FAN Premiere Eagle well-wisher on tfie campus this weei was Pres- ident W. J. McConnell. who made a special pilgrimage to the TC training field to ask Jack Sisco s team for another win that will give them the Lone Star Conference crown for their third, consecutive year. TC's prexy is shown here shaking hands with Co-Captain Ervin Ickie" Clay, while Co-Captain Eugene Wood stands between them. 'We II do our best, President McConnell. the two Eagle leaders said. The president will be among the 7,000 rooters expected tomorrow. PEP TALK- The whole squad listened to the most serious pep talk it had hoard this year. Theme of the President's message was this: The scoro of the San Marcos-East Texas game carried in last Sunday morning's paper was the most dangerous threat of the year to the Eagles' title hopes. The San Marcos win over the Lions meant that Ber iy to bounce back this week aqa tell you how to win this ball game, said the Proxy. That's your busi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

" 7 V " * '1 • ' ' flaRi^^wais?'' PWTI HI " V *1, IRK THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1941 PAGE TWO The Campus Chat r*M*b. .. tut rm UI6 ArU aMl) 4url c Ik* ■ uli* «•' *f «*e *►' 4m>w uf Um Nimk l«u t U Ti«< «mtt Ki imrmt u .*M Htw Lwt**.!-* 1. 1 |E •' J""1 <«<• •« [Mm. tun. uixtof th« Mt of Utttk t, UlvwM Aa ^iai* Iwinr K^.-ru MtW ■ Aawa^W Ap..-'.J luff i. n«n|| f *tl4 A Ctraulaiio*. Mi i*ir |-k«tu«r ,— OMM l I I flUrrjr <• i «u PKm Ka M«rth. ■ . TRa cnft Charta < «« V«m«ll« «ir«bl , UmU * (Mrruwn. <«• • Clark. *«>«•"' r M MaMr. lltrlxm llr.wn. Kill* N Hurrr > J"nr$, i l tr« Tbitfn, link llur* Virginia Hantar. fla * al and C. t Untar4 *M J 0 Mali «f Taaaa tntena) «r ■ b*HMM tr| InWraallMlata fraM Aaaolaiwn 1 AaawtUaToMna t*raa> ■ National Adrartlaln* Mr«l<- I #r 1941 Mfmhrr 1942 fbvocioiod ColeftrA? Press Oaa (Mttvarad tn Mail II 00 Friday, November 14, 1041 Welcome Home, Exes Welcome buck to the North Texas campus mm. Homecomin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1941 PAGE THREE 3,000 Students Trek Home HolIdav Can't Be Helped This Year—Harris For Thanksgiving Holidays But Poor Profs Mutt Turn Conventionward Com. Wednesday Receives Promotion Big Celebration Planned Tonight; Rally, Bonfire, Dance, Scheduled George Shepherd Classe* will be dismissed at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18. at the college for over 3,000 student* and faculty members who will observe the date net by President Roosevelt m the day for Tkmki|Ma|. While the students plan for a four-day holiday at home, faculty member*) and ex-student* of the college, who are teaching in the public school* of Texas are making plans to attend the Texas State Teachers Association, which will be held in Houston this year, Nov 20-28 Five on I'roicram At least five faculty members from the North Texas State Teach- ers College will be among the lead- ers for the TSTA program. Dr. Wilfred C. Bain, director of mu- sic, will direct a group of high scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

14. 1941 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TE XAS. PAGE FOUR Social Groups Visiting Commer«§CM* Sororities, Fraternities Will Hold Open House For East Texas Visitors SOCIAL WHIRL By Tha Dervish Eight campus aoeial club* w,ii MM apm bouse lot aororiue* ami fraternit"-* <4 fc *t lenaa and l"f W'«m* Saturday aft tWr pective hou«v . Famous Hr t Word. Stop m« The kagniir aoronly will hold if you've heard U one." n frwuae lee Lee Ctomtw, Uwn j tf Si tt •i*ur aororiiy truw Laat Te** , .. . —. n.... |H«ttr#)r Iron S n«il « « w ,„ ,i|tht' lhc utti- a .<J «.n the the K«*hlir ftauae. ; game, Jo France* Woriey will great ■|.hj|t w„ know i* true- the gueeta at the door, la we re-, lJu(. w|Mt>t th(. ^ to play th« ceiv.i-k' gem* I lilllilii Helen K uh, vice ; Mid#e itugg, ecret*ry, ■ iieitUer, treasurer; and Unieite you *** it too? Mre. J. L Kmgetourjr, town pon- #or; ami Mi>wi Mamie timiib and Calloway, faculty pon- I for the living room Won't think necauae you're not here That we can favor we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1941 PAGE FIVE MTO Thanksgiving Informal Scheduled for Tuesday Night No Receiving Line; Aces of Collegeland To Play in Great Hall Come on if iris of MTO, put on your best bib and tucker—don't iet them reach your ankles though —and get ready for some fun. The big "high-heel informal" Thanks giving dance to be given Tuesday from 8 until 11 p.m. is one of those affair* where you don't even have to bother wi:h a receiving line. Just bring along your best beau and prepare to enjoy dancing to the music of Floyd Graham and his "Aces of Collegeland." The MTO honor council presi- dent is Dawn Isbill, McGregor, Terrill; second vice president, June Cullen, Hollsville, Marquis; third vice-president, Reeta Smith, Gar- land, Terrill; and fourth vice- president, Rosalie Grimes, Abilene, Oak Street hall. The social committee is com- posed of three chairmen, one frym each dormitory and their commit- tee. Gwen Johnson, Oak Street...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

(WAT. FAGE SIX FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1M1 § fM§ Austin College Loses 26-6 As Eagles Continue March Power, Purceil, Wood ?" A Laad Denton Sridm.n Wo Hum, Sisco Guns In Win Over Austin |||jp A not It's*Just His Habit By RAY HUDSPETH eh Jack Sisco came to North i State March 18. IS2 , and | that time has con A 26-fi win wm recorded on th North Texas Efcg! 's fo^'.ball sched- ule mmtt Uw Austin GaOage Kan Karoo* last Friday afternoon at F.aglr Pi*ld in a game that proved that the Eagle defense on running was at it* weakest. Although the Ragles came oat record more impressive than any on the big end of the score, they <>ther football coach at the school displayed one of the poorest ground ln the past. During hi* 18-year defense* they have oat in tilt period a* head mentor, he has 1641 grid season. won five uncontested champion- Back* Frank Power, Ware Pur- whip*, and tied for another, his cell, and Co-Captain Eugene Wood team never having placed lower took the lead in scoring honor* ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

1 ,PPPIIPPI THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1941 PAGE SEVEN Italian Music Is Subject lOf Louis Nicholas Recital BOOK Of THE WEEK History of Solo Song Given by Instructor In Lecture Tuesday Richard Ma honey,' Decade-Old Trilogy, Symphony Concert Re.l5Sued ;n Volume Will Be Presented lit (.H MILLER With Two Soloists The Teacher* ( allege Symphony The second in a of lilr „ , Ti!?U by Lo«| Orchestra with Jemes p'Giuffre. ithe NT8TC mumc staff. was pre- d(,r|nrti,ti ftml r#lvjn Mar,hi i rented Tuesday evening in the tone, as soloist*. wilt present it* j The most widely discussed novel of 1929 wm> 'Tltima Thule," by a gentleman named Henry Han- del Richardson. The book was the tinal third of a trilogy of novel*, of which the first two were "Aus- tralia Feliu" and "The Way Home." After a long period of semi- oblivion, the trilogy has recently been re issued as a single book, un- der the title "The Fortunes of Richard Mahoney," and the identity of the author ha* lung...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1941

Annual Formal Banquet Collage Players Discuss Sigma Tau DeltaiNolds Honoring Naw Members Moss*Hart Production Pledge Service Friday On Alpha Chi Schedule For Six Fall Neophytes "The Place of Butme* Kduca- day night st Kendall hail, prvtklml Six neophytes began a two week* tion in National Defence" u the Howard CamptwII, Fort Worth, tod piedgtship to the Tau Delta c hep- topic of the Alpha < hi program the group in a dillamis* of two tor of H.gms Tau Mlta. nat.on.l last Thursday ijpa at ■>11'}mm, wWtt*tan Stept llegHah WlllilHj, at § pledge IBi" ■ flw n t iaii|pii lull uMp (wwiiw Mia. 1 •* After a hu*iaeae meeting, pre- three act comedy, and "The Man 7 p ro. at the college club haw* over by Hargrove, the follow- Who Stayed far Dinner " I Ribbons at the fraternity color.I ■ac *av. taika for the prorata: gavaral membars of tha College «f r#d, "4, bia*k w«e I Louise Bingham, Barry; Marjoiie | |ajr#rg club went to Denison re- £?nnw|, 5, 1",?"** |^?,, Ar o£ Owe* ©aargau. Adams. r.nl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 November 1941

if?* IT Tr - wtw; SO.* ■•■■■■ — " "'"Wil ffl Hah Off to the Eaglet! SI YEAR NUMBER 9 The Campus Chat NOBTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLBGE. DENTON. TEXAS. NOVEMBER 28. I'.Ml• . Hats Off to the Eaglet! TELEPHONE 1242 First Symphony Concert Sunday Dramatizes Orchestra's Progress Summer Course Four Students Die, One Is Badly Hurt in Crash Workshop Plans Near Hillsboro as TC Holiday Injury Toll Mounts Floyd Graham Directs' Ambitiout Program; Marsh, Giuffre Solo The 75-piece symphony orches- tra of the Teachers College will j give its first concert of the season f at 4 p.m. Sunday. in the main au- ditorium under the baton of Floyd , Graham and with James 1' Giuf- fre, clarinetist, and Calvin Marsh, baritone, as soloists. Giuffre, a water from Dallas, will give a solo performance of the second number on the pro- j gram, Debussy's "Premiere Rhap- sodic |>our Clarinet and Orches- tra." Giuffre has been a member f of the college stage band, th" j symphonic band, and the college i symphony or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 November 1941

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 November 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. I'KIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1941 PAGE THREE Siscomen Beat East Texas to Retain LSC Crown Eagles Third-Time Victors In LSC Championship Race Bobcats Take Second As Commerce Wins Third-Place Honors Another Lone Star Conference race ham come and (rone «nd an- other LSC championship has been chalked up for the Eagles. Just as most Texas sports writers had expected, the rough and ready Siscomen came through again this year with a record equal to that of any first class school. When the 54-0 score was piled up against the North Texas crew in their opening game with SMU, the scribes attached the name "dark horse" to the Eagles in the LSC football contest. After the second and third games play- ed by the North Texans, however, the picture changed. East Texas was Early Power The 15-8 defeat handed East JacTsis'co haTccmpiled the most! "mwmity. Mississippi State the Texas by the North Texas eleven rarnrj W, uA|i < University of Alabama, Tulane, in their last game ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 November 1941

PAGE POUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1941 ir will be directed by Floyd Graham Sunday at 4 o'clock in what he has termed the most ambi- Wfwm. F„ . , and Tschaikowsfcy will be given the concentrated attention of the group Sunday afternoon when it will strive to show the effects of the drive begun back in 1939 to make the NTSTC symphony one of the outstanding college musical organiiations of the Southwest. Instrumentation of the symphony is better than at any previous time in the history of the organiiation, Graham says, and the personnel includes musicians who proved them- selves In nigh school competition before coming to North Texas. BIGGEST SYMPHONY The largest group of students ever to belong to the symphony orchestra of the Teachers College, the 75 instrumentalists shown above, tious program yet attempted by the organisation. The music of Debussy Weber, Thomas. Soldier Needs Consolation; Wants Letters From Co-Eds BOOK OP THE WEEK Books About Texans Featu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 November 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1941 PAGE FIVE Sigma Tau Delta Banquet To Be in Marquis Tonight Craus To Preside In Varied Program Headed by Sampley Tau Delta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, national professional English fraternity, will hold its initiation banquet at the crystal room of Marquis hall at 8 p.m. tonight. The English faculty will be truest* at the banquet. Honorary guests are President and Mm. W. J. McConnell. The formal initiation rites fol- low the ceremony of the national fraternity. The pledges are Betty Jane Timblin, Wichita Falls; Rob- ert Spearman Park, Dallas; Na- Deane Walker, Canton; Esterbell Messer, Temple; Vernelle Grable, Albany; and Juanita Hayhurst. f'hillicothe. Program of the banquet will open with a welcome by Dr. Floyd Sto- vail, head of the English depart- ment. President Moxie Craus, Mc- Kinney, will give the welcomc to the pledges, and the response will be given by Betty Jane Timblin The reading of original poetry will be by Prin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 November 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1941 m roing To Camp Wolters For Saturday Dance Delta Psi Kappas Plan for Convention With plan* for Um national Approximately 160 girl* «pon*or- convention to bo held na*t «| If Mf% Vtfjr wtmem utd M th4. topic of Conceffl Continued from p>age 1. Overture"; " D«bu y* "Premiere Rhapsodie pour Clari net at Orekeetra"; T h e m • •' Tllialllig §mm Awn H «M"; ^ , _ T*ehaik«weky'i "Pilgrim'* Son#"; MIm CUrm f)<^t<.n *r<« «*p.« '«'! to , ™ ~ \ f and '.Symphony No. 4, in f Minor, roeparf to 4k* «U rfto. eolon dUcu^W. «le Me «■£ « Of aft* ki four bOMMM leave OdlUxi Mst !*■* I*. nappa m« Frr,m .tert to flnUh thr .ymph,- Saturdep if'" rmv n b< und for the it tlM home of Mim Bouleh Mar- roneort .Sunday i* niMtUid to USO danr* for -Idier. of Gam p riM, f(kcul(y .po«<* r*fW< the work IbreetorGraham w !!«rs at ' .nver !ton noli in t,. > y««r «f "penny *nrf «ymphony member* have don* Mineral K«h. h „* th^ nr—iiritftttim i* ...

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