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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1928

pipgHr VOLUME XII ' MJm. JJ3L -UK L J..J ?■■■■' . ' «. ■ ' i-jni - NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY II. 192* NUMBER 18 STITT WILSON IS GUEST OF COLLEGE THREE DAYS GIVES LECTURE SERIES BEFORE STUDENT BODY "HOME CONSTRICTIVE CRITI- CISM ON MODERN EDUCATION- IS SUBJECT OF LECTURER'S SERIES OF TALKS The College has had an its visitor the first three days of thin week, Dr. J. Stitt Wilson of Berkeley. California, Dr. Wilson has for many years been a lecturer in colleges and universities throughout Ameriq* and also in Europe; he has spoken to more college students than any other man in the United States. He is the author of several books of science and was formerly mayor of Berkeley. While on the campus. Dr. Wilson jji made a series of talks to the student < body on "Some Constructive Criticisms on Modern Education." These talks were made in the Auditorium Monday. February 6. at 11 and 7 o'clock; Tetisday, February 7, at 11; and Wednesday. February 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1928

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1928

PRIZES OFFERED FOR EDITORIALS HONORAK\ JOURNALISM F It ATM TO OFFER A W A It OS UNDER GRADUATES ELIGIBLE Washington, U.C., Pefe. n, littK.— Cash Cuh prises will be awarded for the boat editorials published in college journals during the academic year 11)27-28, according to announcement made hare by Henry Gratton Doyle, dean of men of George Waahingtn University. The award* will be made by Pi Dolta Epaiion, the honorary collegiate journalism fraternity, sponsor of the competition, which will be directed by Dean Doyle as grand viee-prvsident of the society. The purpose of the con- test is the stimulation of greater inter- est in university publications and the elevation of the quality of their ed- itoral*. If successful, it will be made an annual event, with additional prises later for other journalistic features. Collage "comics" are barred from the competition. Identical prises will be awarded in two groups, as follows: Group A—Open to all college jour- nal* and staffs. Group B-Open...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1928

wan wilson is miaery u his treatment ■tim of sex. He «>f > immI I1! ILVT AH rAI I EVI? **** to. b# *•*"•* * uULo l Ur 1 ULLWiE ,ww•r«• ** * fe *n* —l.. , ■ ~T—BI HOSTESS®® WEDNESDAY TEA r. c Jtf. * Xt. SIGH CLASH MMMt \ FOR DISCUSSION WEUSESDAY in. i mil if ——mrnm IB W iwykplA. % Monad.'" 'vi 1 In eundusioK, Or. Wilson ttdviked m y*MXil >WWf yoww «l yonr luuln-hnrw. Not Uappine** .Jfjljip Individual Ift start imm«dlatsly lives y« u away fro® «iqpMM^plKM|||p Tm : ^ nttt bappln aa, •*-1 to Jpftrtii-e the habit* of a secret Wilson sta-j mrdtaff In tfe sfiaMtefr. vht MMl i* ; place of prayer ami imniitation, wh«?re Mj _ n that any trivial aw of am H l "t orn# to yourself. The drama happy only whan it wimi to itself,[the mi«I would bo nourished. Itl ,.S {pt wwrs would u* uiTibly puniahod by « f the human ooul has * wn t cen- Kt great her over toU tk human : udd#that ovary gnat work that had mmmm wmm rum mm |the u«> «g m* ihe speak«r ,r*i moment: 'I will ariiu« and gv to -oul ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1928

hMI l nmi volume xii north texas state TEACHERS college III : N T O N ikx \n. SATURDAY FEBRUARY NLMBKR 19 ... •:t. / DDi.ESS MADE CHEMISTRY TEXT MOVIE TONIGHT Bt MMWL BY MASTERS AND [TO BE PICTURE AT CLUB MEET FLOYD ADOPTED OF ADVENTURE l i: AN SPEAKS AT REGULAR MEETING OF LOCAL CHAPTER OF KAPPA HELTA PI ON ' BECOMING LESS PROVENCIAL' An address by Dean W. J. mc- CmwK was the outstanding K-ature of the regular meeting of the Alpha lota Chapter at Ka#pa Delta Pi, Thursday evening, lebruary 9, at the STATE TEXTBOOK COMMISSION SELECTS "HIGH SCHOOL CHEM- ISTRY" AS ONE TEXT TO BE IN TEXAS HIGH SCHOOLS The high school chemistry text- book. "Hitrh School Chemistry," writ- ten by VV. S. Masters, professor and director of chemistry, and L. P. Floyd, College Club House at 6:30 o'clock I ! «*« « chemistry, baa been adop. Dr. McConaell spoke on the subject1 ,wl by th<" Textfcook Commision of "Becoming Less Provincial." Lottie Brashears, president, was in charge of the meeting and after busin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1928

— rtn THK CAMPUS CHAT A MM C*m*u* CbM. <M MM- mm KM-uttnuw imtn Mi «• . '««**"« «WM<* **•> * «* • U—*' tai.uru*. M MN U« Mni'W«n>«. Marjor* M<srt. fc mt> a. *w-uwrr«4, L«rat,a Neewe. £lmmum , Umh C«r w U. Hvjan* i«>m. TUMM ku-H*t. W «* Dee k* . t - ItKill. MKMHKK TEXAS IVTUCOUJGUn MUtoS AMIOCLATTIOK AN APVMCIAVNHI This Collegr i very fortur.st* la- in hsve M a mimktr of Ma faculty a person who la both able and willing to oahaaae with her work an atmosphere of beauty and calm happi- ness about the cam put- We art re- ferring M Ml* Mary Anderson and her organ recitals Cm* lag Jut at latiigfct, thaae re- citals blend thsaasalves with the day and are a genuine soothing factor to thoM hearing them The organ la *t tt* beet In th. eort of muaic played at th«M and under the control of Mia* Anderson. Students and townspeople who are not attending the* recitals art not aware of the >oy they are mi**tng A quiet and to a hectic week, a smooth h t inning of a still wore h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1928

1 W- p « m TRAINING PET MONKEY, USUI Mi FOR JELLY FISH, DIVERSION FOR JOHNSON 11 ■— "Lift* onboand a United State* Mer- chant vessel i never with-mt Its thrills; and ! «,• * eateml all tin- way front the jaws of death in tt pitching soutii mm grippal in the throes of • hcrrkane to fhhing for )olly fish from tht< deck with the temperature regis- tering 97 ittfrwn in the shade," Utii Johnson, ex student of the Ooliegi and chief radio operator on hoard the 8. 8. Jadden, merchant marine vessel, writes in his letters to his parents "This il Sunday, and we are on our way from Shanghai, bat unless you look at the calendar you can't tell it la Sunday, for it is juat like any other day to the U. S. Shipping Board. "Urace is never said at any of our meals, not even on Sunday. The Orientals do not observe Sunday, so loading and unloading is carried or in full sway. It costs several hundred dollars a day for wages on this ship, and the American 'dollar-chasers' would not miss one day on the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1928

frjaMSawKioais s( x;ihty~clubs SECOND CANADA HOUSE HAS VALENTINE PARTY "Simmle" Write* That He is Not Satisfied VALENTINE BUNCO PARTY IS GIVEN BY RUTH HALE Rath Halt- entertained a group of friends with a VataMtfBi pMRMi party at the firtrt Canada Houa* on last 1 ueaday uvening, February 14. The Shine wmm was gay with red and whit* decoration*, and a* each truest arrived he was fitted with a Vai' nt.fw hat ami a*k«d U« ign tht racist*r b,v drawing a heart, writing • verse,and signing hi# name blind t, A lively time followed in the mater which was a g mt' in which one for feited a hfcarr, if iw answered "yes" or "no" to arty questions. Thia wan continued throughout the Bunco piay- tmg. M the d*wi* of U evening Lore Shedding totaled a acore of forty- thrit h«iiv ants received a novelty can i? dnSL S. T S. T. C seal calen- ders WMe irt'H nt«d to Elizabeth Woatherred and Faria Prude for high scores in Bunc-.. A salad p!et< of fish croquettes, pimento sandwiches, chicken salad on lent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1928

« TH1 r<! CHAT VOLUME XII. NORTH 'IfmsAS STApl TEACHHRS COLLEGE, DEN ION. TEXAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1928 NUMBER 20 DERATERS WILL MEET OKLAHOMA TEAM MARCH 2 Al.BF.RTINE BEERY AND KLITHF HAMILTON TO UPHOLD AF , FIRM.VTIVE SIDE OP FOREIGN POLICY QUESTION Ths first debate on the schedule of the women debater* of the College is to be held with a team from Shawnee Oklahoma Baptist College on the even.ng of March 2 in the Auditorium. Albertine Berry and Elithe Hamil ton will represent the College at this time taking the affirmative side of the question. "Resolved: That tiie United States should cease iU policy of protecting American capital in foreign lands by force of arms except after the formal declaration of war.' Other debates scheduled for this team include Simmons University at Abilene on April 26, Abilene Christian College at Ab.lene on April 26, and Howard Payne College at Brown wood on April 27. The other team of women debators, Rebecca Davis and Theima Pearl Chit wood , a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1928

— 1 — of the Hortfe pmm, 9m m mmmLjm /w #oofc A ook } BhHHHk, Berthand Hktun *0 +++<0<4Hrlh*0++++*+ + *### Hpirii fctfl-MWW.-- Av4l tuf >INktu*v JUIIWI IMMWr ... fcUUf Ba«ilw« kUi«<ur*> Mm*'') liuucri |UUWK> iMmrtm c«r «« £- t Cat; itarruK. ..„„.... urkc* v.n M« .... , M>i«M ItM-i. IIMMM ♦•■ • ma ... .^tvu4 WW K*.t'UKli.K*l*>r<*e* Jo-.o tioHjn, AinuM fc«,t bcji tiuoM, UM*. ta.tiA ....> W> Mu.wuiturt, *„.•*«*- *w * v.* 4*rtTrUlh Am m/** ft.iMttUitt, 1% • *lit . M Hmat>K TKXA * tNTfcUCOl.LI.Gl.Vlfc I'riataa bj the Sludtiii of itw North !«■ .•. SutM l<v i!«n. C«tH«ir J D. HALL. Jf. taciruc tei L.im>sj>«,i« «ud topograph) Dsaean W Kutonton. Bo* M T. C Biuimw Station WE RATHER ENJOYED IT 4 Modern Odysseus Tell* A Happy Tale It Mm ■—hm* j, Th* Glorious bj Richard 1 Halliburton Bobbs-Merrill *6 00 It i* glorious mere I > to read thi* living story <*f a slill WMp glorious adventure Richard Halliburton. a juyea young man still in hi* twentie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1928

W '' HH COMMERCE WINS FROM EAGLES IN MONDAY BATTLE HTRIN'GER AN'lt WRIGHT AND THE WILLIAMS Til' BEAT DEN- TON -DO I RLE EAGLES IN THE I. A ST HALF For the first time in ths history of the two schools, Um Commerce Lions defeated the Denton Eagles. The Denton nuintet went down before the viatom at Harris* Gym Monday night 80 to 25 in a fast and thrilling game, lowing a noteh in the T. I. A. A. standing column. No (eam that has played in Denton has exhibited such deadly tip-off pfay ns the Um . They w rked nkiltfu) j'lour plays on fully half the t:.p« of the game, and had they not ml—rt numerous crip shots would have piled up a much larger score. The five from CuMMMi ci nsisied mostly in long, rangy men who seemingly had little trouble in threading the Denton de- fense and securing close shots. How- ever, cont nued Eagle rushing kept the close shots fairly wild. Eagle* Fail to Hit The Eagles probably secured as many shots at the basket as the Lions, hut they were unable to hit. To star...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1928

MARYSM IETY—CLUBS I mm j ttmtter About T. C. H. S. By Www Donihoo CASUAL COMMENT Bv IIATTII Lai UULLINMU IP I Arden CtuL PROGRA* LITERATURE mating of lb* Mary Personals T. C. P . 1 , *W. T. Bwinfrufcir tt >w« n hM heid .1 the lod«e,, enruUed ln thk ColWe At <4ri* f A' K \*L I w Ur W H. S. ASSEMBLY HELD WEDNESDAY JOHNSON RELATES EXPERIENCES OF VISIT TO PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Tuesday. F< liruarj tl. at 7 o'clock. Tbe kn«K ws* appropriately decorated wan (i*K . mi and blue bows, and red white ar.u blue candles * I>raaa onndle- |$• ;|! !£&§ After r«tt t*4 Wmm9* with uegiu pBi. si«*-a«*i* *< rwgro toi3^-P'''ci&* lacludinc "OW Blatk Joe •4 *>i* ^ iMhr ^ <£* Kentucky Ho « The first T. C. Ui#h School U Bruce ha* roaumed hi*; My was held last # <■«rip, Febru- worfc aiter a week's illness. J. JN Brown has recovered from the influenza to resume nig duties. Hoyt Robtnaon, nuperiniendant of the Pondi r School, «, a busmen viattor her* Saturday it, L. Jarntyan, a f rum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1928

TH H LL/i HAT VOLUME XII. NOR rip XAS STATF: TfcACHLRS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 3, 1928 NUMBER 21 I I ! LOCAL CHAPTER PI KAPPA DELTA HELD BANQUET AT GODWIN IIOTK1 FEBRI ARY 24—BERRY NAMED PRESIDENT—HOWARD PAYNE COACH DIRECTS INITIATION Th* local chapter of Pi Kappa fr«|ta. National Forensic Fraternity vaa initiated into the National organi- sation on |aat Friday evening, Febru- ary 24, at the Godwin Hotel. Following the ceremonies the organisation ban- queted in the dining room of the Hotel. The double ceremony of installing the local chapter into the National Fraternity and of taking the member* into the local order wit performed by 0. E. Winebrenner of Howard Payne Collage, Brownwoood, The Teacher* College Chapter i* known as the Texatt Kta 120. The officers elected were Albertine Barry, preaident; Bullock Hyder, vice- preaident; E|ithe Hamilton, secretary. The program con# is tod of a talk by Profeaaor Winebrenner, and the pre- sentation of the Fraternity key* by h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1928

THE CAM PI'S CHAT THE CVLTlfHAL OUTSIDE I # ^ ' IB A oolii'K. «*iu<at< t. i* supposed to ♦ ! have (ml cultural v lue The curri- I culuni <>f a college usually does have 1 this cultural value; but uniM* the I outaMe activities of it eullafe are char act prised by th < s*M> cultural ; value ■( th- curriculum, thai collage in a falure as an educational instru- / he Rook Nook Wmtm B* a wd H«rUN ALONG THE WAY My Duncan Robinson this sain*' world that ha* brought sor the dramatic speeehes on pat row tt|Mj huart achc and disappoint- rtotmiH. ©Iwdiencc, and iiuch thing* inenj i,, (<very urn? of us will be more in general. fit to live in, ami the poetry uf the It ma) be that I am entirely too fu.ur^ .n.y bi' morc optimistie l my thinking. It is P" - h* the SIMis* at A* Nonh Tmm . ■ ■ ■ DvnUm 'r«in« RP* This college ha* heaa and in exceed r #> <* ■ *< « Fannie Hurst Shows President in Embryo c*s m «.• > * s«««• c;«* Ms* ingly Yontunato this j«*r in being able ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1928

t i SPORT L i EAGLES FAVORED IN BATTLE WITH EAGLETS 33-22 oy- GOSH C afc $6 the Katirlra wound place In the T. I. A. A. race. Some- thing unuaual about it, too—behind Commerce. Well, Canyon played eight games and railed it a seaaon winning the championship with but one loaa. Commerce Lions loat four gamea and won eijfht. Denton won nine, but lost five. A nice big fat margin over the half the game* won. Nearly twice as many won. Who said the season waa not a success? —OCK8— One thing about the Eagles they can boast of They did not loae a serlaa to any T. I. A. A. team. Exceptin the Sam i 10 us ton aeries, they always took their games by a decidedly larger margin than they lost by. They did Canyon that way, San Marcos, Com- merce. and Daniel Baker. The Bear- kata made one- more point in their two —OCKS— Eaglea did Just about the expected when they whipped out the Eaglets; 33 to 22 Wedneaday night. There was no heavy scoring, aa the two teams used the same system and had them down. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1928

or* IBS MEMBERS OF ENGLISH CLASSES HAVE SOCIAL 4T jr ID fiKBTBI 1>K TALBEBT ISSt KS STATEMENT OF THANKS O ct entertained party at the liy Misses Ptaneei eon, Bobbie Jean Ise Harmon at 7 o'clock y evening Mine Kin- Mi#* Clara Morley entertained tiu > nambm of two of her EngiitH 'elMRse at har Imsm at tfit ive«t i Mulberry Street Wednesday > ventng February Sit. Or Bnc* |tv* a very interesting 'and amusing talk on Charles Dicken*. Mis* Gertrude Talbert. chairman He discussed the work# of Dicker* f the arrangement* committee for and then took up the outstanding the recent conference held beta by character* of the novels of Dickens north Texas ■•ollegea. itauaa a state- Mias H 111.1 —kalian I the group I merit to the effect that "The Student with picture# of Grand Canyon and gyUgious organisations of the College other beautiful natural resorts of the SESSION HELD OF TWO FORUMS COUNCILS HERE (Continued from firat page.) Freshman Unit of Forum Presides an Hostess Wednesday Tba wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1928

Fl™ m I •* I v —— VOLUME XII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN ION I I XAS SAIURDAY. MARCH 10. 1928 NUMBER 22 Receives Honor — m'j.i.'ju.jjjaiai'mininnini PROGRAM FOR SENIORS' GALA WEEK PLANNED BEGINS M XHt'H IK MUTM MM TEA. PMTtiW. ttHKiHAMH. hanuhct. fort worth trip. A Mil OTHER I'K VlTREs Th, evstnW for the Gala Weei. of the Senior Class of *0, which prone isas to be Sited with it program of interesting variety, will l egiu Sun<lu . March IK. Attn will bo M'ivcii Sunday after noon til the College Club House from 4 to «1 o'clock Afti r wards the clasi* will go in n Hud) to s«rvk s at the First Baptist dwnh. Monday morning everbody will be off bright ami early for u sunrise breakfast, after which the claim will be free from social duties to attend to the matter of registering for the last term, Monday ev ening there will be u class party, the place and nature flf which has not yet been announced. Assembly hour Tuesday morning will Im* under the charge of the seniors at whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1928

1 THE CAMPUS CHAT The Mk Mmok mm (it BCBTBAMP HWUN 9++.* •*■** +++) to Um 8U> aiSW TSaclm 11 MWMA T*# Una* Impressions ft iff* 0f 4 Joyous Life •re.-..n e m Knftnml «• fceowt glaspi IW' Ma.t i* ifce mm'.>«•• ' t * «• fM g .... t> -Wlur *. l«W ('•mew S CI* « W V«: •1 * gtgge «hHw ,o-ri>i..f Mwuc tartlet Kdiutr Krf'o-r KirS-Mtv Itrfttor mm lifter i jj K.r) K«*' u> ♦ ioMiuni thru Life, hy fiddie Foy and Vlviv K. Harlow Illustrated. <E llotM* & Co 11.00 There vi m two moii talking "QU vols Mr in tin puper h*t <m and so sami in St. Louis?" asked one. "No." replied the otter. "Bui I know what h Mud i was m the platform when iUpWM A-iW <•■ tin .1 I, Ittrnv't-f Sn-t.t. Km tor H-'< •>•(}> « JMmrl said it," ctwrh* comhwU That i« something f tin- impiws- k ( ■*< H m ,toti that owe ret from Eddie Fay'* «]« «« «> <wr am, |>i0|rnif'hy. lie wa rtght on the platform f r #o many of the thing* thai ftappemsi during his lifetime H. r i i IfcdMl in* iom ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1928

it m I v.;.: iH '.•rj'itvf;! I I! t: . '■ ,a 1 —— SPORT OCKS GOSW ' fii Ba«k*i hall l« fast Uking a l.in-k seat in Denton. Denton High was eliminated in thf District Meet, the Kagl- , Eaglets. ami I,ions finished up and turned tj their «uHs. Wnlncs "lay • ight Bit si.- MtCfw'i Jewellers flashed their awnmd newt schednla •>f Fort Worth Tli.- Denton team finished in a ti with T U«?rv Grain < <w first place and that «dik f< - on* championship Monday rtighL The K*mc Wednesday wast tu <U>ci4« the winner between two i< aguti winner-. of thf «ity. -OCKS- A itil spi >>iis foottisll ha fwi'ii started with two «r me* scheduled far this spring Mk with .Simmon?; U iwr- mty l<V the first lime gamea have ever U«i ii -scheduled u in* played in tlu spring in T <*a* Monday after- noon twenty-five men were «.u;. asd tin number ha* Increased during the wwk Running signals, punting, ami *kuil work ha« be*t> i he [if''fain sw fai -OCKS Rut Coach Fonts' track squad is....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 March 1928

"-•*r m mmm . •#*l|Pww ■« ■??--v-:"r"f: S' H.': mm * T •••CLUBS H GAMMA MU HOLDS ffiETiNG OH HONDAY ELEMENTARY COUNCIL {Students Who Fail PLANS SPRING EVENTS i Bridge MUmmi Elected Vddiliuaal SpmMira To A (admit I uroploa % Xot to Mat t ieit late He fori See i no Dean fc.AR* AKDErS #£§T r, ON MONDAY EVENING \ND C. I tiaiNPiKiv c.v YEA SUV. HOSTS mm 11HI Via* i Whtftmi to Vtiend «ii* - Mcniii* of Minting in « It hum* a ton of the Sfcwfi in tb< t itHME j , at 7 IHHI u< I i mm i*mm* * / wn* hold Mun.it)y i«*ning M«i-h ektck. gall <*ll * .- atiKW wrl«# i- h Fittt-snn t% -bort h«*>- Auk an* -ion yitk >W e'e<ju«d j t« a -tinf 0 tint W-whii's Fode-r- . athgi of « lub# to be lw*M ft i%Jwarw-; liBli'.lJ C-iaH. war > U\km a* n'Wrnali 6t Hi*.*4 WH*rt« A r-Utir < f t-'M'!. •*: led fcv Kthsd Hutfhtm « *t> I a. ««>'< .,:>-■ anted h-. l.Jitl $ fa •• •; i*" 'he •' A v 'V* w of -<*o-eMo.t M tvi i Theodore HMft'i .«.* by iwti tt - ;i; M' Oth. lluteheaoa p'avi-? ...

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