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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 June 1942

The Campus Chat S1XTKENTH YEAR NTMBKK 1 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. JUNE 12. 1942 Z7S0 TELEPHONE 1842 New Pre-Flight Training 'How Open to Teachers Course Is Free; f ~~~ Planagin Dies In Plane Crash Near Roswell WPA Makes Grant W lcom« Prob! Ira Roberts To Be Instructor For Construction NT Summer Faculty Includes Of Science Building Eight Visiting Instructors Four Former Members Are Back; Two Distinguished Musicians Added Pre-llight aviation training for •econdary school teacher* who plan to teach a pro-flight course in their high schools will be of- fered at North Texas Stutc Teach- ers Crihfo btfinninc. June 15, Notice of approval of a WPA 'grant of flll,ft2ft to the Teachers College to he used toward the con- struction of a science building has been received at the college from Senator Tom Connally. The grant will supplement a state appropriation of tftftO.OOO for | the building, to be located on Ave. B across from the college library j building. President ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 June 1942

PAGE TWO EQUATIONS J# "V* ♦ ''I IM V Office 'Art' Reminds Editor That She Is in Male Sanctum fty cw Afvr th.4 week a new editor ■* hit at thw dt k arid direct the Q at of ih* future For awhile. h* will find th* work hard and soul-trying and a little grim." Th</**- wer* the word* of my prede- c** r/r in hi# final column, and he got it right, ail except the gender of the pronoun. I feel a little guilty about taking over a job traditionally tagged H« -« r. ed for Men," Maguire'* pic- ture of iMty Grable in a bathing suit is atii) plastered above the dealt to remind me that I'm out of my place 1 remember Hay Edward* used to have a P*tty girt t;iere, for that wall space over the desk, the ears of the paper, and column apace on the wli- toriai page are the editor'* preroga- tive and a sacred ground. Uuiial lli.mc fjffVYlf? iiwCTI iiuiiir I've just been wondering what pic- ture 1 should paste up. Considering the time I upend here, I think my "Home Sweet Home" sampler would be appropriat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 June 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 19-12 PAGE THREE 4| v |e I !* I |P ■ 1 i Ic it I" nu r he 6c- )h- Ihe |he M- is las I be >ld |t a ter |l li- tre fr K" |g," \nd Jem It he Ml fex- \y- ible of Ithe is ai- ding oun- adui- mpu- atea, >)' Campus Defense Participation Continues Through Summer Session NT Adds Army Reserve Plan As R-Programs Grow to Eight Roberts Takes Job Marine Graduates As C.P.T. Instructor Find Officer's Life To Replace Connell Not Unpleasant New Division Similar To Naval Program: In Newest Plan The Army Enlisted Reserve Corps, raw—t student enlistment plan at the cottage, is to he co- Woods Is Coordinator ordiiartad with u similar plan for enltatmedt now maintained by the North Texas State Teachers Navy College has been invited to par- ' ^ ^ „t CH,,,n()lir tnipale in the War Departments ar K0>000 ,im.y(.ar men> fi7>flfln Army Enliated Reserve ( urp* pro- HVnflll.yw mon „ml 41)00n third- gram for college students, Presi- dent W. J. McConne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 June 1942

; PAGE FOUR THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. KR1IMY, JUNE 12. 1942 wis liS-®' y if 1/ J ■ 4 Music Department Presents Impressive "Requiem" As Part of Brahms Festival Commencement Week North Texas' Heroic Dead Are Honored Tm star* m a soatber field of Mack hung m the imrk gruund to lend their significant"* to thi' performance of the Hrahm* "R«<!ui<m" under th* direct i/wi <>t t*r Wilfred e. Bum here May 31 it North Texas Suu Teerh i« The star* symbolised th* ««rn- Itee mad* by KTXT' students wbt have km* th ir Hvw « Wtn-W War If, awl to them th* performance of the *s> dedieaietl Four of the star* were former students of N«rth T**as who died in the P«ari Htrtmr a'tark How- ard Crow, a former member of the NTBTf A CappMlla Choir, arid Jam** f ee, Claude (,a*tleh*rry. ami Benjamin Russell Htar* for War Itrwl A fifth Uir wan for Sam I'm tilh, one.-time member of the NTSTC «Ug« band, who (Jifi piloting a Klyirig Portrimw in Java There were Mar* for R B Hamhy and John (Men (i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 June 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 1942 PAGE FIVE Summer Enthusiasts Crowd Park As Recreation Activities Begin No Prerequisites For New Course Open To Leaders Summer nights now see college tuiient* and townspeople crowd First Music Recital Given by Member Of College Faculty|) Firat recital of the summer mi- ,t)H the Teacher* College recrea- ion wan presented Friday night, t on park, where each summer the; June 6, by Miss Olive Bond. so- college sponsors one of the moat pnno, a member of the college i x tensive recreation programs in, music faculty. the state. | . Intramural contests, swimming. I . 8 s voie* l# and 1 clear and her presentation was dramatic. She has sung at La Huala, Milan, Italy, and with the San Carlos Opera Company in this country. Miss Bond sang three encores, "In the Luxembourg Gardens," fol- lowing the ilrat half of her pro- gram, and "The Last Hose of Summer," and Brahms' "Lullaby" at the close of the program. The recital program follows: "Giunse ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 June 1942

K I ■tt: n a. 1 K r 'it w i PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1942 ACPA Awards Top Place Six NT Exas Prof Would Combine Work Labor for War To College Patriotic Pix To Get Wings Of Musicians, Educators Being Trained Plake Photograph Of Service Corps Girl Patriotic NT Ex Wins National Honors Joins Five Brothers In U.S. Service Texas Leads in Men In Largest Class At Randolph Field Dr. Peter Dykema, professor t for the fun <>f it. From there he ! emeritus of the department of went to the Ethieal Culture School muair at Tearhcrs College « f Co- of Muaie in New York City, where ; I urn his University, in <m the North he began teaching mathematics > Texa* campus teaching a two However, he, was a*ked if he; week abort <our*e in problem* of would like to teach muaie; he \ RANDOLPH FIELD - j nutate education. would and did. Following " the footstep* of 14 fir Dyke ma, one of the moatj We* Department Head of their fellow Texan* who helped ,)Utatandinif (C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 June 1942

New Deal On Class Cuts S1XTKKNTH YEAH NUMBER 2 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. JUNE 19. 1942 New Deal On Class Cuts JS780 TELEPHONE 1242 Vestal Says Books Best Method First Races P- n I #_ Swimming For Kelearning Civilization Faculty Approves 1 Dean's List/ Librarian Attends Work Conference In Sewanee, Tenn. Leaving Saturday for Sewanee, Tenn.. l)r. William 8. Hoote, col- ic**' librarian, will attend the sec- ond unnual Work Conference on Higher Education, June 21-27, sponsored by the Southern Anno- Noted Writer Speaker For Library Clinic British Enjoy Boom In Book Publishing In Spite of War "Bookx are our best smm of ri'lciirnitiK civilization every gen- eration," l)r Walter S. Campbell. professor of Knglish at the Uni- ! verwity of Oklahoma, said in a lecture delivered Friday night in ' the Teacher* ('•Ittftc library audi- j torium. "I, earn inn civilization over" uned to be a fairly simple pro reus for our ancestors, but in a complex civilizatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 June 1942

m I '> MS *> r a m i PAGE TWO Vict&Uf. Apple Sauce American hewie*, shuttling back in relay# from the Pacific front w *oon they have loosed their torpedo#* and bomb* and *hot down Japans 1*r<i fighter* inferior to them in armor and fire power, are being u*«d by the pub- iu relation- department* of our armed services to give public morale a shot in (£* arm. Big city paper* consistently and stupidly flaunt banner* concerning Allied tktariM, no Matter how *mall; subordinate Allied navanaa, bo —tter tow large. The cartiesi reader -the man in the street -witnessing "victory pa- rade*" ami hastily snatching at the gist of bin headline*, fail* utterly in secur- ;ng any comprehensive or true understanding of the situation. Dire Need for Kubber Me f fed* him*elf on the only two genuine American vie tor mm in the Pacific - Midway and the Coral Sea— forgetting the long, humiliating serie* of reverse* 'which placed the Jap war machine a*tride the greatest rubber «up- piies in the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 June 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNK 19. 1942 PAGE TURKU Yarbro Among Sportsmen NT Rac"° Pleyert Who Help Toughen Cadets To Present Series P. I K in b- 111. r Jr. J"f Jul Ire in I'd I • IjIC I ' ph- |hf Ihc ch- ive «r<l at vas Jap- rind Ik'ht e 8 |iwn It Incil Ihey My ll'ar- ' the ch- I in lined pand I wa« lava! jrnrd [that luse unk an bays. De- nt u- con- Inc. kvintf om- it t e titage th nil hand* ex- Hat krte 10~. fir En ■t th* March | A I K Kit Iri* Rill IrfaMtn Yount NoMM ■town | Khmm C'mft ItMMWW) Mr. Ml- Dntn. 0. Ball lie. flS ♦ *♦ ||M I here umy be norm- coachex anil# ,■> H't«# left in the Southwest,: e , the mi«i hipim*n of the United ->yropnony Personnel Naval Academy aren't so about that. Announced by Graham; !' h«-y have only to walk down terrace deck of hwuiric Ban- Summer Plans Made ..ft hall to .see such fellows a> ,ii H. Yarbro, North Texas Stauj All musicians on the cam pun .okelbatl coach; Jack Gray, Uni- are invited to become member* i «ity of T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 June 1942

PAGE FOUR * -1 Men Sought to Investigate Cases tor Federal Agencies Age Limits Are 25-55; Appointees to Travel Throughout Nation THE f! AM PI'S CHAT. DKNTOW, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1942 WPA Workers Serve 26 Million hunches Library Exhibits Latin American Teaching Materials On National Song i>F* to porf'i k for Fe4*r a i mfir.r r- ought, through n nr. mlwwl this week by fttglaa f.'Hrfl Service TV •alMtt t H I kt MM ta Washington r4 IfcfnafkMt the United A will probably be m * ' rsrel statu* for tint gr*al er part of the Unm The «m! will far of a confidential charsc tf.r, in which the imreetigaM* mwx meet *nd confer with individual* in all walk* of life. Th* data «t«- w-ioped mum ha aaanrbted in written rapnrtii Experience ia required either in making IimMialiiim in rn K t « rs with the ymwrtiwi of cNril or criminal mm. in the general practice of law which included court praaeotaiion or investigation in preparing caaa* for trial, or i responsible ponitmn* which re quired tha narct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1942

Navy Men For NT sTxtkknth year The Campus Chat See Soldier Show NUMBER 8 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COL LEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. JUNK 28. 1942 Z7IJ0 TELEPHONE 1242 H 1 • Workshop Stresses Importance Of Participation by Students Teachers Learn Modern Methods For Instructing "Discuss—participate—evaluate" the formula for a uhique form f teacher training being earsM Kii this summer through the Teach- ,-rs College Cfiild Development Workshop, directed by Dr. Merle Uonney. No activity is discussed which is not actually participated in by the t intents in the Workshop or de-! monstrated by the more than a; score of visiting speakers. "We ire teaching the teachers in the way they should tench their stu- j dents," Dr. Bonney explained. I.earn by Doing Bringing teacher education down \ , from the plane of theory and talk, j the Child Development Workshop j takes up, for instance, the value ofj a panel discussion. This is follow- ed by an actual real-life panel, in which workshop members, towns- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1942

Off tha Cam put with the E*ei f* i# 'i J r* fl nt dt Time Writes V3CH to Old Story Suggested by Window Sign By N«D««n« Walker CKat Editor in-Chitf There'* a sign in Denton that I'll het 3 u never saw. advertising an In- dustry that I'll bet you didn't know existed here. The sign, in the 50C> block of Bant. Hickory utreet, *a>* "Hand Carv- ed Violin* and Re- pairing." In the name small win- dow m much bigger *ign spell* "Mor- ton'* Tailor Shop." Above the shop an 11 -foot wooden sci«*or* advertise* the business of tailoring. The little sign that says "Hand Carved Violin*" i quite obscured by the bigger signs, so that you might walk down Ea*t Hickory street a hundred times with- out seeing it at ail. Sign Arouse* Curiosity I don't know how long the sign ha* been there, but I saw it for the fir«t time just the other day Violins hand-carved in Denton? Doubt and curiosity aroused, I opened the door of the little tailor shop inward, bump- ing it into a chair where a man sat at a mac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1942

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 26. 19-12 PAdK THREE jm lit jr lo- R l't lie |h- Itul Ihe Ihc a Ia* |er- at |la- ire North Texans Cast In Soldier Musical 'Life Begins at 5:30' Group Includes Four Exes; Comes to TSCW Tomorrow A Iurit<> cant of competent actors, j yearn in vaudeville and nerved in many of them with years of pro- the ta*t war. After the Armistice, fessionai stage experience, will he wan stationed in Pari*, France, help inject life into "Life Begins with the entertainment division, at 5:,TO," Camp Woltera' all-soldier and is now ready for another crack musical show which will be presen- at both the stage and the (legman*, ted in Denton at the TSCW audi- < Corp. Wilbur Isaacs sings and toMum Saturday evening at 8:30 acts in "Life Begins at 8:30." A to raiae money for Army Emergen- native of Baltimore, he has ey Belief. designed scenery and masks for Four North Texas ex-students the Play-Arts Guild and the Vaga- are aiding with the production and bon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1942

PAGE FOUR THK CAMPUS* ' HAT, MUTTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNK 26, 1942 "■i 1 1 ■ 1 $ ■ I* Unusual Library-Crafts Program Is Directed by Ex Bertha Terry Trial Combination of Manual Arts With Library Proves Successful Navy Program t "on tin ued from page I flilfht training, after which the K> KV \ SIMPSON . explore the handcraft and beau majority will he a*.rgned to Nav Inspired by the lovely piece* of art* of the Americas," Mia* al aur station# for further train handwork mm In th. Sam Roua- Terry stated. -— Win and Han Jacinto museum*, Art <if America Mi** Bertha Terry, a graduate a false. Mi*- Terry went on of North Texas who majored in tu explain, to believe that art ex- library service. roMtlMd the idea i«ta only in the old countries. of an inuirrated library and man- since before th«- Spanish conijueat ual art* program. the native* of Guatemala have The purpmw of this organisa- been famed for their intricate and tton, she decided, would be to ere delicate text ilea. b ing aa com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 July 1942

I • r Happy Holidays! SIXTEENTH YKAR Camp us Chat L NUMBER 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, JULY 8, 1948 2780 Happy Holidays! TELEPHONE 1242 Rule of Men in College Shops Falls Before Co-Ed Onslaught Mclntire Dies Wednesday; Funeral To Be Held Today Leukemia Proves Fatal ' Women Welders Prove Ability, Convince Profs Into the North Texas Suite Teachers College industrial art* shops where Joe College uwe held sway over welders and power rivet- ers and acetylene torches, Hetty Co-ed has come and Keen and con- quered. Dressed in shirk* or comfortable cottons, NTSTi girls thi* summer dominate the new defense shop on the rumpus and have already con- vinced their instructors that they can handle the problems of shop work as well as their masculine colleague*. Women Show Equal Skill Riveting and .sheet metal lay- out for aircraft construction, air conditioner*, and ventilating sys- tems ate on the curriculum for sheet metal work this summer, an,I the women are showing ski...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 July 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1942 Freedom s Bells Ring Out As Wildly as Back in 1776 Americans Fighting For Quaint Custom Of July 4 Paradm Lovml By John Adtnt When John Adam wrote to hi« wilt* on July 8, 168 year* ago today, hi- t arn were still ringing with a phrase from the speech mud* to Congress the day l efore by Virginia Senator Richard Henry Loe, Tfcm United Coloniea are, and ought to be, free and independent!" And the next words were, "When in the: course of human events it become* nec< ssary .. In that letter to hi* wife, John Adam* said, "July Fourth ought to lie commemorated an a day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be aolemnixed with pomp and parade, show*, game*, sport*, guns, tH'Tls, bonfires, and illuminations from one end of the conti- nent to the other, from this time forward, forevermore." Another Trial for Democracy Now again Democracy and freedom are on trial, as in the days of John Adam*. Gene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 July 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1942 PAGE THREE Symphony Concert Held Thursday Night First Major Musical Event of Summer < Miss Lindquist'* selections in eluded "Quick," Sanderson; "A Spirit Flower," Campbell-Tipton;; "In the Silence of Night," Rach- maninoff; and "The Sleigh,", Kuunta. Mis* Lindquist, whose tpriaf recital wait one of the moitt and art in tic popular of the recital series, sting with a richness of tone and feeling Nadine Lindquist, Lucille Ballard Solo Appearances Highlight Program First major musical event of the summer was the Thurs- , day night concert of the -Ut-picce summer Symphony Orches- tra. directed by Floyd Graham. Postponed from Wednesday night because of the death of John W. Mclntire of the nuisic faculty, the concert was held Thursday in the college main auditorium. Highlighting the program was the appearance of two out- standing soloists, Miss Nadine Lindquist of the music faculty and Mrs. Lucille Ballard, a meml er of the master cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 July 1942

PAGE FOUR THK CAMPUS THAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1942 AAU Meet Will Be Held July 18-19 'Spite of Hitler, Tire Problems, Taxes •— — - - Swimming Competition Is in Dallas; \fWQ North Texans Stroup Says Denton Will Send Entries Arrjve £nj(j In «p;w of Hitler and high texts, July 19 and IS* will MM the South- * wst A AC « ifn iikm m"' held in Dallas aa In aeaeons put, though To Start Trainino Ml «ay« wil! be giaatly aliurta—d. 1 i? Kaljih Stampa, former SW A AC swimming commiaaioner who oriff- ENID ARMY FLYING mated .he meet • veral years ago and promnM it each year through > SCHOOL, Okie., June 'M.--'Two 1941. U in the Navy, aa ia Prmi 6w, Teaaa U. swimmer who broke f„rrw.r North TMa„ suu. x*ach- four record* for the Dallaa Athletic Club at the meet laat year. #r> tudenla arrived here The «veral IXrTr^lriUm* have been rut to 17?* ** *• ' two thin year, and where tea ma hate gathered from aa far away aa ;M y <'**tod SI Paso, Hun Antonio, Oklahoma City, tire conservatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 July 1942

SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 5 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS OQLLBGE. DENTON. TEXAS, JULY 10, 1942 Z7IU) TELEPHONE 1242 Hero of Tokyo Raid To Visit Alma Mater Reddy Will Make Public Appearance In Recreation Park Tuesday Night Lieut. Kenneth E. Reddy, one of "Doolittle'a boys" who raided Tokyo on April 18, and one of the most famous of North Texas State Teachers Colletre's fl.vin# exes, will make a public appearance at his alma mater next week, he told President W. J. McConnell in a lonjr distance telephone con- versation this week. The college has set Tuesday night at 8 o'clock for the visit of Lieutenant Reddy, who will be presented in the open air theater of the college amusement park. The program, which is to include a band concert, will be thrown open to the public without charge. The college amusement park will# be open at 7 o'clock. A band con- ^ ■ ■ ■ . Bobby Hurries To Be First To Win Title Denton Boy's Planes Built for U. S. Navy May Earn High Rank Bobby Pearson of De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 July 1942

I I r PAGE TWO testations wsmmpsrxm THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 10. 11*42 AT THE TOP OF I'HE LIST Painted Desert Draws Superlatives But Taylor Is Just Another Man' HV: ■ in "ft* By HiOmm W«Bmk CK«t Editor-ia-Chief H"'« rt Taylor w iu*t snotbe* food* \<«ikir,n ma;;, and hit* face m ui an* ;.•*. thad* of «ii——Biu «iBi to MHMHy ay feature editor Prom Holly- 1 waai, wb«re #e*s BBSi vacationing, loir L Jiari Young write* F*** f® 4 about , , ■ .rand < anjroo B * • Jl ipl Mto Pitted Bfy a I MWt. and <tfe- ^ "**"• mimes Robert ■ Taylor "without a ^^■1 Mtond fiance'" "Robert Taylor it hia tray and ate at tbe table by m in the cafeteria tonight," she related in a recent letter "Ife'* just another good-looking man If he hadn't been pointed out to me, I would never have given him a second glance. He had ordered fried chicken, and sat down and picked the stuff up with both hi* hand* and went after it. Giggled at Greasy Faee "1 giggl'd on the inside But that was funny, s...

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