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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 October 1929

m RICE THRESHER > | f\ r* Ik #< V ■ 1 ity. «* * i M , * JP m i, #*• > i KiCE OWli WALLOP IIHItMIIHIIi'imillllllllllttlHIIMIMtllllllllHiUIIIMIIHIIUUMtlllMlltMIIIHtllirillNII COACH ASHCRAFT .MIIIlllllltlKIIIIIItlllllllllllllUIIIUIItltllllMlllltllllllllltltllllllllllllltlUIIIKIIIIIHIII. WIN AT HOME By "LINDV'OfiEAOV. Fighting and performing together with perfect harmony, Coach Jack j Meagher's Ktoe Own scored an im- pressive 7 to 2 victory over the Sum Houston Teachers of Huntsviile Sat. urday at lilce field. The person who says the Owl weren't battling should have seen the game, and the manner in which the Hue held when in the shadow of its own goal posts. The team worked hard an a unit, showing dearly tip many hours of hard work spent with them by Coach Meagher and his aids. Both teams did all their scoring in the second quarter. The Bearkats got their safety when Kennedy, kicking from behind his own goal, stepped over the end zone. This slim two point margin was not enjoyed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 October 1929

RICE THRESHER * % ♦ WITH THE ENGINEERS ROSS POND, Engineering School Editor SEMINAR MEETING OF ENGINEERS HELD ON FRIDAY, OCT. 4 Fred Mahaffey, Jr., and B. P. Howerton Speak to Assemblage The firm Ul.l'HtiHK of lilt' yettr for tii.t/ lOiiKinceriiiK Seminar wan held Friday. October 1, In t!*«• Mi.ii;ilmuK'iil i.uboratorho- .1. S. WahTs, faculty chairman of (In• seminar, prtjldded tit the nieelitiii. The plan tliat haw been fnllowi'd j in previous yours b> vvliieli rim first I meeting eucli year wan \ 01 t.ij I'll- , t jrtdy to tin1 issUiHn'i' of instr>:• "i. t;- j W.-li- BUSpellded till" year T«i'r 'M''"11 j ber.< of tin,' seminar 'his y« had i had previous exporieiu t- in ! ; in« «!?(inan. ho.sihti'.v ill'i i'i" iJtttMi", regular spwciiok in id"d"t' fi : new tnt'iuhi'i" should nv.ir-' i jVqrn the ti'Chitinut'. of fti'epii'i'ist. d<*iivM*inu M-mlnar istlK-t. Thi' ffrat • | -ri U«■ i of til! ."es.slon wart *■ I M.i'hat't > -Ii Ui I'M',".. '2«t, vvtiii iin difficulties (n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 October 1929

Just one more day to get bids (or the Satur- day Nlte Dance. You can't go without them. The desk is in the Sally- port. JL STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Engineering Show? Yes! The biggest non- academic event on the Rice Calendar. En ' neers are asking for sufi- gestions. Drop yours in the boxes provided for them. ' an VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18,1929 NO. S •fi m M it A, t r f $ ENGINEERING SHOW STAFF IS COMPLETE WITH 18 MEMBERS Robb Announces All Staff Members, Work Well Uunder Way By Rom Pond. The organization meeting of depart- ment managers and their assistants for the sixth biennial Engineering Show was held at 6:30 Wednesday night. General Manager Egerton Robb presided and announced full appoint- ments and elections. Department managers anu their as- sistants follow: Mechanical Engin- eering: Ernie Rosb and Ed McCar- thy; Electrical Engineering: Dick Yancey and A1 Forbes; Civil Engin- eering: J. S. Hale and John Hailey; Chemical Engineering: U S. Benb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 October 1929

Hie jS*. / RICE THRE8HCR A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute durlnfl the month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Ted Strong Robert H lines Elbert Turner Rowe S. Drake, Isaac Garrett Mary HalUe Hurry . Althea Illll Herbert Bollfruss Jo Beth flriffin Alice Seaborn Wllletta Johnson . Editor Business Manager MunaginK Editor THE STAFF Tin1 nn. iit TUoin: ttdwutiuri: "to ilwvk ♦heir mituU of virtue ..•!'< r' ri'I'locfion i li'i-i't-f ollicrs, tittS ifS h;i.'l:">'l:!ii AVere this givy Ohf:.<f'Vr 1 }]•'' oS'Si'nl ||;i I'VtS'loiltS :iti Oti'2 ' hf *'• iitg. Hi t■ ■ ■ -11 '«• "i- uiiiM't'siiy tniAiN ii. i Amiti,).!: i'h<"«T Hv> • 11 t iutl •>!.' 1 I! - «'J:i ! w (ions. |>nsN<vSs^|i r : vw is thw -I ami oriii-r irt«t . I •• tj i«t' of H'efli-HWJ M'l'i \j i;,M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 October 1929

S± *m*m in l| ■ V. RICE SOCIETY i Marjorie liadmlliii m miirlaK of number of tlx o| UN, to Mr. Edward Bodat •olamntaad at the Palmer Memo. Chapel on Wednesday evening, October 9, at 8 o'clock. lira. Bodet had the honor of being elected the College Queen of Beauty - it the Dallas fair in 1987, thug bring" ing to Rice the distinction of having ; the moat beautiful representative of the college! of the Southwest. Mrs. Bodet- was also president of the Wo- man's Gounoll, and in spring of '88 was elected Queen of the May Fete. She was a member of the Blisabeth Baldwin Literary Society. , After a short wedding trip, the young couple will be at home in Aus- tin, Texas. • . ♦ « mm' The weekly meeting of the E. B. L. S. was held at the Autry House ^on- day with Miss Kathryn Logue as pro- gram leader. «he gave a short talk OA the lite and works of Radeliffe Kail, discussing particularly the mer- its of "The Unlit Lamp," "The Well of Loneliness," and "Adams' Breed." m Miss Logue was assisted by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 October 1929

Pi rami 'J'.; • . ? ' mr *;■ ®/.*. 'v ' ' :i &t- ■ P$r *«' ;-." ;^v. FOR FARM THESIS Cwtttt Wai B* Open To All Rice Seniors and Graduates An attractive $500 Prize Thesis Con- test Is being conducted by the Agri- cultural Publishers' Association and 1b open to all seniors and graduate stu- dents of Ilice Institute. The first prize will be $250, with a second and third best prize of $150 and $100 respectively. The contest is made public under the following an- nouncement: "Farm population constitutes an im- portant segment of the national mar- ket for commodities. A knowledge of this fact and of efficient ways to reach these farm families, both us to sales messages and distribution, is of ma- terial benefit to American commerce. The future of business demands that America's coming business executives correctly and adequately appraise the farm portion of our national market." Each contestant may submit one thesis on either oi' the following sub- jects : (a) The Farm Market mm Commo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 October 1929

RICE THRESHER Sport Yarns Y SHIRT TURNER Kf | 8 I B >' ' t f/Jl' jkMl S Hi it H ISIS- M ll| 1 I*11 : I If is T ($&•:. -fl jAf$S fel I 'V . • y | III Hi* %'■ % ml. 'V Thty Do Th# Work. Pity the poor linemen! They block, they tackle, and they reap not. Verily It were better for our young hero to pine upon the bench than ever to get punched cockeyed In the line. For the spectator's table ot value still holds true ... one 10-yard run la worth live hard tackles, and a risky pass fades a good block any day. In spite of the fact that the lineman has become increasingly significant to the spectator, hlB mead of praise Is still a minor one. The spectator tol- erates the lineman ... the kid means well ... and that is about all. Coaches congratulate themselves on flrBt class forwards, but coaches have a habit of tolerating backfleld men. If you want to get a coach s nanny, tell him he has a tissue naper line, when in reality lie has a world-beater. Just try and duck. There is an opening...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 October 1929

RICK THRESH!It o HAIRYEARS HEAR COL. IKE ASHBURN WEDNESDAY NIGHT R. -,.,,1,1,, - nun uiiuimii.ii.u lumiiiiiu mm I WITH THE ENGINEERS ROSS POND, Engineering School Editor Imn-rn ff'jjl..r..- iiiiiuiiiiuiittwitiiiiraiuiiiiimiilit «« am SENIOR HAKYEARjj CONDUCT SECOND OF SEMINARS FRIDAY Talbert, Van Zandt and Lcs Stancliffe Speak to Engineers The second weekly meeting of the Engineering Seminar wan held last Friday afternoon, October 11. This meeting was the first one of the pres. ent school term to be conducted en. tirely by the students themselves. Fred Mahaffuy, Jr., acted us chairman of the meeting. This meeting began at 2 p.m. with O. C. Talbert's very Interesting talk on the subject "The Biggest and the Best in Engineering." His talk was principally a detailed description of the foremost achievements in the fields of engineering and Included hydroelectric power engineering tri- umphs. The speaker Btated that the progress of engineering triumphs was so rapid that the news of one b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 October 1929

STUDENTS VOTE ON SPECIAL ELECTION MONDAY NOV. 4TH Proposed Amendment and Thresher Position Are Problems A specla lelection for the purpose of filling the position of assistant busi- ness manager of The Thresher, and for considering a proposed amend- ment to the cbnstitution of the Stu- dent Association, will be held ill the Sallyport Monday, November 1. This decision was reached by the student council in regular session Monday. The Thresher vacancy is u result of a result of the failure of Claude Brookhslre, who was elected to that post in the spring elections, lo re- turn to Rice this fall. Petitions front those who expect to be candidates must be signed by twenty-five mem- bers of the student association, and must be in the hands of Francis Ve- sey or John Ridley of the student council not later than Monday, Oc- tober 28. The proposed change in the consti- tution concerns the appointment of the freshman member of the student coun- cil. Article IV, sertion 2-a, reads as follows: "T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 October 1929

RIOK THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice Institute during the month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879, Ted Strong . Robert HitiK'n Elbert Turner llowt; S, Drake Isaac Oarrott Mary llallie Horry Allium 11111. Herbert Holl(rai>s . Jo Both (1 rlffill Aline S if a born Will el l a Johnson . Hubs I'onil THE STAFF Editor IlusineaH Manager Managing Editor Associate Editor . ....Assoeiato Editor Society . Society News ..News Features Features Engineering RICE SOCIETY Tie' t'iivi open meetiliK o;l t t > W I, s. has lieiii on Wednesday, <x tub* i 2:Jrd, In the eluii rooms «t. Vutry House. Mii A. !:. S. ilHe tin tfee ley which ««> se'uedtlleil fur T'leHday al'leriiniili. Mi Dorothy lliihany. tli., pre^i 'leni, ititruilueeil tin:: new ami olft spoji m>i's of the ' lu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 October 1929

RICE THRESHER 4 4 • f SJUJ. CM# WIB COLLEGE CROWN AT DALLAS AFFAIR Mils Lillian Horlock It In Competition Willi Fifteen College Queens Miss Marian Clark of S. M. U. was crowned All-College Queen at the All- College Coronation on Friday night, October 18, 1929. Lillian Horlock, Rice's representa- tive to the All-College Coronation, bttftght' back an interesting account of the affair. Fifteen colleges were represented in the contest. The selection was made at a dinner party whioh was given Friday night in the Crystal Ball Room ot the Baker Hotel. The girls, their escorts, and chaperons were in attendance. During the progress of the dinner, entertainment was offered for the ben- efit of-the spectators. At about 11:00 o'clock^ the girls and their escorts marched around the room. Then the girls were Introduced. Each girl then walked around the room once, following .which the girls and their escorts danced. Then fol- lowed a general danse during which time the Judges made their decision. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 October 1929

RICE THRBtHCR 1 I We're Behind You • .' 'S M IU t '1' 11' 11 M 'l • M' 1'' • ' • l^llt 11111' <1: i;' f J) imil H :ii M' u i IUIH (.1 i ::l;iniinrm MfMruh'i'il'ttiiliiMMWiMiHmlnjht'HlMiuii as** iSfal /' ' vu ISiIHJI in All Houston is Counting on You — Just give those Longhorns all You've Got and We'll be Mighty Proud! ■i fill A t III COURT NORTON M, ! i: ifeM wl if WW ■liiilill iliWill " l lil ll1 ED DUGGAN EARL STONECIPHER S| i'; iiiPnlfflWji ' ' VlitfM ill:: C. W. CANTERBURY ,,, «f CHARLES MANN li TOMMY O'BRIEN LINDSAY BLAYNEY i ^ ^ ffilflPwS iSiiiBf HARRY BATIIESTEIN II' . : I i: I ■ SSiilM fftillWii i lltSllll i GAYLORD JOHNSON MMm liBI llliBISI IhB^^ ■ M .^plnHB Iftl'™ ViWUBtlw:V.i'"Ik' ' ■ vf-r-'-S wipW;-,'! JESSE JONES INTERESTS VICTOR ANDREW * . iiife iwW1 r, WKmM SAM EPSTEIN WILLIAM N. NATHAN A. S. KOEHLER ci E. C. JARVIS llllimiHll'tlii tl1 llilUIII'i;illll(l|llll|i|ll!t(l{|li(llll|lllllillllllllllll!)llllli|"i|ji|l||i|t||IM(lillllltHillil|l||lilllllllllllllltlflllfllll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 October 1929

<? HICK THI1IHIK i \4 V i * Sport Yarns ■V ELBERT TURNER Olv It a Thought. To the 200 odd loyal Rice supporter* who Saturday gather within the beau- tiful Memorial Stadium at Austin to watch the fifteenth annual football game between the Owls and the Uni- versity of Texas, It would not be amiss to give a thought to the fact: That Hice has a fighting football team this season, That Jack Meagher and his able corps of assistants, Durrenberger, Dauglierlty, Sc.hultz and Gollghtly, have had no little to do with this spirit, That Clyde Littlefield haH one of the really fine football teams of 1929 in his Texas Longhorns, That the Longhorns, with one of the best balanced elevens in the past half dozen years, are an even bet for the Southwest Conference championship, That, rated to lose by many touch- downs, the Owls will go into the game giving of their best and playing, not to gain any moral victory, but to WIN! Ballyhoo. Already the horns of ballyhoo are heard the nation over, echoing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 October 1929

meg TWHIH1I * SANGUINET, STONE AND STANCLIFFE SPEAK AT SEMINAR Three Fine Talks Feature Third Session of Year TIM.;Ilsir,: J flip .Ststijiimr ''..'il '■!>• V'M'iftv , ;V ] "Mioiiin iij At-'i ,! luy Innlcr ^ H, r ..sy. , KfhftinmiH-i >.-] Hi'ju'j t;i , ■ . Tit. A.B. Pierce Wins $5 Head Contest "VVJtV. tlii * Uvtioii of ill!' above : h ud.:«. -ui>u.ut!".i i<y A 1!. Pierce, r.ir , m! th«.« awarding of the prize ot tio'.i.i!- to Mr t'iern. tU'c .t-d by ihi". Knsiueerlug section of Throclii-r' tome* to an end. lit v.r.Aattiu'U vote of the exfteu- .•I'mwiitee .ui.1 ye eddyter marked m '.ration til. winning sloguu. frit by the committee .that Hon. :U- r.ic'iition' tilk'urld be civen Lu- W. >.r wad Kit-, i Malta Key, Jr.. dttnign*-. ■ • >*rn>u* entiles in the contest iiaireftilSy ...ouniJerwl by the COtJJ- . it.i -.ifur due deliberation the ••a* ir.iuh Those who entered 'I've compel Irion follow: A ,'r l.tuUle Inivls, Fred Mft ■ . ,'r SslHi. Fred ArmbrtoHd and , •, Jr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1929

The gentleman who wrote the editorial, "The Evolution of a Gentle- man," was probably full of pie. Bead what J. K. L. has to say about him and it... on page S. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Griped about anything? Want anything changed? Have any suggestions? if so, tell The Thresher. Write a letter to the editor, and sign your name. Let's see If we can't improve something. VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1929 NO. 7 SPECIAL ELECTION DATE IS CHANGED TO TUESDAYJOV. 12TH Petitions of Candidates Must Be Submitted Before November 5 The special election which was called for Monday, November 4, has been postponed until Tuesday, No- vember 12, It was made known today. The election was for the purpose ot filling the position of Assistant Busi- ness Manager of the Thresher and to consider a proposed amendment to the constitution of the Student's As- sociation. The decision to postpone the elec- tion a week was made in order that the Student Council would have time to con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1929

RICK THRESHER SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. 8. DRAKE Somebody with talent for statistics should maku an estimate of the num- ber of clubs on Hi.? campus. There used to he a time wlurn hurrying stu dents were on their *W ti classes, now they are either going to -nom- in(j (nun cl'ib or committee meet- > ins. ANDREWS SLATED TO LEAD RICE GOLFERS Institute Squad to Meet Local Teams in Matches This Fall Forrest Leo Andrews, for three years one of the steadiest of Rice golf ers, wan elected to lead the Hlee Rolf team throughout the 1929 "Jd season at a meeting of Hlee golfers Monday jit the field house. j uj)jr,Miil« thing about thf whole Aii.<3re\v.-4 lias u rwortl m j U(alu.r ir. ,.ju,r tht* mtmbor weiii to a golfer, lie i« si .senior this ytfiw. j j)e grcwvluis; Now Mi<jre ot««. rumor* of miil oxiKK'ts in Hiiro IV «' UI'S l{ A. i ii <:i<'i'iiiyn Ohlt) (,1anguiiKY*. Hot cLuic next .lune. Andrew, fuvdr. the llivcr ^' douUt the time will route , «lieu there will be a Math &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1929

R ICI " THE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rloa Institute during the montha of October, November, Daoambar, January, February, March, April, May, and tha laat two waaka of taptambar. Entered aa aaeond elaaa matter Oetobar 17, 1010, at tha poatoffloa In Houaton, Taxaa, undar tha Aet of Mareh 3, 1879. Ted Strong ..... Editor Robert Hlmes Bu«lne s Manager Elbert Turner Managing Editor Letters to theEditor To the Editor of The Thresher: I beg to differ with the author of the editorial In last week's Thresher, entitled "Evolution of a Gentleman," In which some of the trivialities of college life are seized upon-and "made much oil and conclusions are Inti- mated which are altogether wrong. Let uh disregard the cynical mood of the editorial, which is unbecoming, and see how serious the charges are. Anybody can poke fun at anything, even the best of our institutions, and surely the exaggeration and overem- phasis of some of the aspects of col- lege life Is no new thing. That's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1929

met THRKSHCR "Yes, We Do Have Ban-an-as," New Theme Song at Autry House Anyone lingering in the vicinity of the Autry House early one morning last week would have been extremely surprised to see our usually cheerful Mrs. Blake pacing sedately to and fro in an attitude of profound medita- tion. Students formed a little group about her, but Mr#. Blake paid them not the slightest heed. Something of grave significance must have occurred to bring about such u mood of pes slmism. The closer students could her her muttering In, accents jo*. The strain was too ureal. In one grand chorus student* cried, "What terrible thing has happened, they have fruit, I am afraid someone will swipe 'en>. What shall I do?" Again she resumed her pacing. There was a shuffling in the rear of the gathering. Someone was .shouldering his way through the crowd. Alter a titanic struggle he stood, before Mrs Blake Never fear. Mrs. fttafc«." said he. "your bananas are No ijne wp take them for 1 w«s .ist reading l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1929

pit* |H RICE THRESHER SportYarns ■V ELBERT TURNER You Takes Your Plek. Pur good old-fashioned football with all modern conveniences. thero will b« nothing quite like the Texan Long- horn-Southern Methodist Mustang me- lee to be staged Saturday in Fair Park before one of the largest Dallas crowds ever assembled. Fully 25.0(10 spectators should visit this titanic struggle between the SouthwestV greatest gridiron giants, and why not? The team that emer- ges the victor hag a 1! to 1 chance against the field for the conference title. Many a yen will change hand on this tilt, and most of it will change hand in vindication of the Longhorns. Clyde Littlefield has one of the best of all Texas University elevens, a team go well rounded that at the mid- way mark of the season no garlng weak spot has cropped out. The famed Pony aerial attack led by Weldon Mason and Bruce Katt- man is expected to turn the miracle against the Longhorns, but we have an idea that Messrs. Masou and Katt- man are goi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1929

ckve met TM*esH** HA1RYEARS HEAR J. L. HOWE IN MEET WEDNESDAY NITE New Rules: How To Kill Campus Organizations Annual Engineers' Ball Plans Announced; Lee's Owls Will Play Mr J I. II wis JJw. t'snu and Wi-.,, of, Houston. i'i- I lairyvltri- tueetnu-. Wedi;-. Mil tllm Si'.ibjerl "I,l> eririr. t" lutering I'rit;it>«-ei's " Mr, llowc toW •>: hi* i\:- ituerest iii in writr): eft ifr:e;s 'reglstci'iinj! riiKiiif'er-. n )i"- many i,t111• 111;■ ? p until-; >3 mneerinp bi.'tUcA of th«.' ■' .t bill passed > ■ T*;)i mittlfitifc' tin Twtiiuy-siiS' n". k, Mr. How- ii.iwUif requiring the hi of 'I dissMti (In- tm rr;,it > ti--- gln«er has sft -;N iffU !|jty«V th* ;: -■ 'irT: gineering iv!-' rlif suit* . cense while tt reiHi.r.t:- ■ been rwgtfti rid ',y 'h;-. ■■ bflnW, I>>>l<1 srii'Vp 1 ist i ■ { Mr 1 ['■' 1 ' v' Jaw siftJJ jf? "i rmj'tltrihg " th« m 1 I:) jyj" '' , ?-,Ii iHH'-'m'i" I:!;.' , li1'..! :;>f i"i 1." j| gitu-ers Laiab^ ii'fl'jiiJi.'J'fiV In other Kay|it...

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