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MUST SPEAK FOR AID. WARD Expulsion for N.S.W. Members Who Refuse Sydney, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MUST SPEAK FOR AID. WARD Expulsion for N.S.W. Members Who Refuse Sydney, February 20. There was a dramatic turn in the Cast Sydney by-election cam- paign to-night when the State exe- cutive of the A.L.P. decided to call cutive of tbe aXf. decided to call on every member of the Federal and Slate Parliaments owniri* alle giance to the Btate Labor Party to take the pUtform In support of Aid. WardV ? The executive met a deputation con sisting of the Minister for Markets (Mr. Parker Mojoney). Messrs. Cunningham and Chifley, M.H Ft.'s, and Senator Dooley. The deputation placed the views of the New South Wales Federal mem bens who supported the BcuUin-Theo dpre plan before the executive. It was stated subsequently that the State executive intended to expel every Labor member who disobeyed Its sum mons.

Publication Title: Advertiser And Register
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Close-ups and Long Shots of the Movie World [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

Close-ups and Long Shots of the Movie World RONALD Colman, star of "Raffles." the talkie version of the famous book, which begins at the York to-day, is the idol of flappers the world over. Millions of them love him (more or. less wildly), but he loves no woman. AT least, even Hollywood, which Is always linking one star's name with that of another of the opooMte sex. has never been able to link Ronald's with that of a woman, and say they are in the middle of a passionate Holly- Lew Ayres and Constance Bennett is! "Common Clay," at the Begent. wood off-the-screen romance. Which seems to show that the debonair and dashing Ronald is heart free. It Is, Hollywood thinks, all very curious. So cm enterprising woman writer called on Ronald in his Bevcr ley Hills home, and asked him about It. And this is what he said— "Actors." said Ronald, "are in a dif ficult spot. It is hardly possible to marry outside the profession, and make a go of it. Only actresses can under stand actors. But. on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

AUCTIONS A BTXICT Or SALES BY AUCTION". A. th:s :i\v. J. k. Sitda k Sra.—A: HrjtiilcM. tt I— FnT?i'.vrt. £c. Till- UAY (SATIRD.VY). at. TO O AT HEATHiIELD. l-*r M'tirNT U>tlY. J. A. SANDO & SON an t3i-.rars.il by Mr. W. KKNT to ?ell— SIPEIutARI), !y*:l;.r Su:ic. Tabi<"... Linoleum. Cham, Cljee: of [p.i?.:i, V. irlr:b?, Itac^e*- Pair. BMiti-ad, Sin-lcin-r, Drcaur, Wringer. deck. Crystal Win-leas srt. laitps. Gardcu T.?'j.. Carpni:?r?i Bench and loos, 6?0 ft. Piplnjr (1 in. and I) in.). Ho*. Pump, Yin-. B?Doti. Cupboard, fa.H. Gun, Flooring. Ladrtcr <IU ft.). S;c|?. 2 Separate!*. Chum, Wire Netting. Spray Pmnp. K.T. BUGGY. Sr-">K?. Oud Uaxneaa. I 0.1. TANKS (I.IOU aad 400 c?l.). and other let*. Train* to H<i:!i<kM. 10.25 and 12.36. riILK?JIAY NfcXT. F?li. £0, at ELEY£S. ON THE PKEUIfES. NATIONAL HOTEL. HUE-STREET EAST, ADELAIDE. HOTEL FUEMTCBE ASD fITTiSCS. j J. A- SANDO & SON ?.-- tni.TT.Od by fcr. C. M. COOLISO. owlo*...

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REPLIES TO "REGISTER" READERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

REPLIES TO "REGISTER" READERS When the 'Register" ceased publication yesterday, not all of the queries sent by its readers to the Information Bureau had been answered. Replies to those much were not attended to are given below. S future^ suchquertes should be addressed to "The Advertiser." "Bush Header." Waukaringa.—Tbe Direc tor of Mines baa courteously supplied the following Information:—l. Osmium it s hard and brittle metal, bluish grey to color, and having a very hlsh m?i"? -potat. There is little use for It now! although it was once employed In incan descent lamps. Compounds or ~mn m are used In staining microscopical pre parations. The vapor of Ismlum is poisonous ?nd the metal is therefore costly and dangerous to extract. Osmium occurs :"?ved with Irldlum la serpentine usually ai^ -?iated through the rock In fcmall grains. *t is found also In alluvial deposits resulting from the weathering and disintegration of the parent rock. 2 Irl dlum is a brUilart white metal which U bpt...

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Dances and Shows [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

Dances and Shows Swing High." with Fred Scott. John Sheehan, Bryant Washburn, Chester Conklin. and Ben Turpin, will be shown at Colonel Light Gardens Theatre this afternoon and to-night, along with "Sol diers and Women." Charlie Chaplin Is also on the bill, in "The Immigrant." ? * ? * Mr. and Mr* Arnold Hall's dance wfll be held to-night to the AH-A. Hall, Flinders-street, City. Music will be provided by Mr. Crofton Ray's band. ? ? ? ? Another dance will be held in the Palais Royal, North-terrace, to-night. Old style dancing, to the music of Clarrie Young's Old Style Orchestra, will be held on Monday night, and on Tuesday night, although the Palais will be open to the public as usual, several sporting bodies will hold club dances. ? * ? * There will be old style dancing, with Clarrie Young's old style dancing or chestra, in the Tramways Hall, at Hack ney, when Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Car michael's old style dance will be held. The annual Kilkenny competitions will begin hi Easter week. E...

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THE THIRD DEGREE By R. A. J. Walling Author of "The Fatal Glove," WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

THE THIRD DEGREE By R. A. J. Walling Author of "The Fatal Glove," &c. WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR John Belliver, an articled clerk in a lawyer's office is in love with Phyllis Lan- son, his employer's niece. Lanson, who has always treated Belliver like a son,   suddenly changes his attitude and forbids his friendship with Phyllis. Belliver bewildered by this change of front, be-   comes suspicious of Lanson's friend Baird, a rich elderly merchant. Soon after- wards Lanson is found dead In Baird's   billiard room. Belliver is arrested, but escapes, wanted on a charge of wilful mur- der. Lanson's old clerk then discovers that instead of leaving his niece a fortune Lanson has left her penniless. Phyllis consults Fewings, a journalist friend of Belliver's. They find records of long- standing payments in thousands of pounds to a mysterious "Samuel" Belliver. Few- ings traces a schoolmaster of that name at Lakeford, and discovers that he is hidi...

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MITCHAM INSTITUTE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MITCHAM INSTITUTE MEETING At the annual meeting of subscribers of the Mitcham Institute a life membership was conferred upon Mr. C. E. Smith, who resigned after having served the com- mittee for about four years, the greater period of Which was as the hon. treasurer elected were Messrs. A. B. MJchen (president) and W. F. CurtJs (vice-presi dent). N: Mellor (hon. secretary). T. Ma loney (hon. treasurer), O. Prince. E. J. ColUver. A. E. Harvey, and H. L. Leicester, and Mrs J. Cousins. The librarian (Mrs. J Bralley) was thanked for her service^.

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BROADCASTING PROGRAMMES SATURDAY SLC—4O9 Metres [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BROADCASTING PROGRAMMES SATURDAY SLC—4O9 Metres 7.30 to B.3o—News and musical Hems. 11.30—Women's session. 11.40—Music. 12 to s—Balaklava and Caulfleld race results and description of Sheffield Shield cricket from Adelaide Oval, interspersed with music from studio. s—-Close down. s.so—Adelaide Oval crlctei". 6—Children's I session. 6.3o—Music. 7—Sporting. 7.10— Talk by Bey. G. E. Hale. 7.2o—Kerain MaegT3ltb's sketch. 7.4s—Sporting. B—New Era Dance Band. B.7—The Sa'.on Vocal Duo. B.l4—Harry Turnbull. banjotst. 8.17 —Special Item. B.37—Dance music. 8.44— H. Rhodda, trumpeter. 848—Rita Hilton. ! soubre:tc. 8.52 —Dance music. 8.57— ! Sporting lor the fanner. 9—Dance music. 9.B—Margaret PSrie and Charles Baggoit. 9.l9—George Horton. entertainer. 9.21— New Era Band. 9.2s—Dance music. 939 —Charles Baggott. tenor. 931—New Era Band. 9.3B—Margaret Plrle. contralto. 9.41 —New Era Band. 9.45 —Sporting. 10—Dance music. 10.7—Rita HUion. 10.11—Dance music. 1130— Close down. 5 AD ; Adelaide—229 Met...

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EMPIRE RADIO WEEK WORLD WIDE CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

EMPIRE RADIO WEEK WORLD WIDE CONTEST Council members will meet at the borne of the president (Mr. R. B. Cald- well) on Wednesday, at 3 p.m. Mr. Len- Sawford will continue his lecture on band pass filters at the next general i meeting at the A_NJL Hall, on March 4. He will deal with the construction and practical application of these in struments. Empire radio week, which has been organised by the British Em pire Radio Union, as an annual event, will commence next week, when ama teurs will endeavor to contact as many British stations as possible throughout the world. This event was originally suggested by New Zealand amateurs. The annual meeting of the institute will be held in April, and members are reminded that nominations for officers must be in the hands of the secretary by March 25. and should be in writing signed by the proposer, seconder, and nominee. Amateur stations are reminded that as 5 AD now comes on the air at 5.15 pjn. on Sundays, they must stop trans mitting on the 2...

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ELECTORS' CHOICE "Freedom-or Employes of Trades Hall" REFORM LEAGUE URGES PARTY ORGANISATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

ELECTORS' CHOICE "Freedom-or Employes of Trades Hall" REFORM LEAGUE URGES PARTY ORGANISATION The secretary of the Political Reform League (Mr. H.C. Hogben) said yes- terday that the president of the Libe- ral Federation (Mr. Duncan M.L.C.). tt Us statementta "The Advertiser" aa* given a convincing summary of the ? eaaat for the arganlsaUon of anU-So ctenrte totem on party lines. Tbe zeeenUy pubUshed reply or the yreUdem of the Labor Party to a pro posal for a political truce made It clear chat hW party ns littnmnpwritfiisttig in ttk attachment to party methods, said Mr. Hogben. .That . fact, combined with ttelr nndoubted solidarity and large wimweu. comnrilwl the adoption qrjTtr organisation by those who flv?tefl - ffcon their policy. -^fbat-'was realised two years ago. by fiss"*<* MW men wfac fannded the flp?beal Bctonn league, and decided 1? , WtKk_ far ? Parliamentary reform tfafbtKh the liberal Federatton. . ? .^.yhjwaa^ AMci juUtves _ .. r^j**.?iMtw tf two thtngg Is ...

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GIRLS ESCAPE FROM HOME Recaptured by Police in City [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

GIRLS ESCAPE FROM HOME Recaptured by Police in City Two girls both 15. had a few hours freedom from the Catholic Girls' Home Parkside, after having escaped from there last night. They walked Into the city, but their blue gingham frocks gave them away. Somebody telephoned the Detective Office about 11 pm, and Plainclothes Constable Phin promptly picked them up in the police car. The girls had been standing about for some time in Rundle-street. The girls escaped from the home about 6 p.m. by breaking a hole in a wire window-screen. They got through that and gained the street by climbing a fence.

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RADIO AND THE PHONOGRAPH POPULAR COMBINATION GIVES THE PROPER BLEND By "OPERATOR" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

RADIO AND THE PHONOGRAPH POPULAR COMBINATION GIVES THE PROPER BLEND By "OPERATOR" To glance at some of the radio jour- nals of a few years ago is rather in- teresting. In them we read.—"Will radio replace the phonograph?" from which it is gathered that experts then doubted whether reprocuction from radio sets would ever reach the standard set by ? the then wising mechanical phono graph. The question has now been changed to whether the phonograph can com pete with the radio set. There is no need to begin a series of comparisons, for the two are now amaipniTiat^t} The radio and the phonograph, both electrical, provide a combination which is becoming more familiar daily. Vast Improvement The electrical reproducer gives a vast improvement in tone quality on the me chanical phonograph of a year* or two ago. For this there are several reasons. Recording methods have developed on the lines of broadcasting studios, where microphones of & high grade are em ployed to convert sound wav...

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DELEGATES DISSATISFIED WITH CONGRESS RESULTS TIME HAS BEEN WASTED- Sydney, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

DELEGATES DISSATISFIED WITH CONGRESS RESULTS TIME HAS BEEN WASTED- Sydney, February 20. After the turmoil of the last few days, delegates to the Congress of the Australian Council of Trade Unions to- day quletly ruminated on the [?] of day quietly ruminated on me t'a-t- of the deputation they sent to Canberra to urge the Federal Government to de clare a state of national urgency. Inter-State delegates consider that their time has been wasted, as the congress has done nothing. Tiiey state that th<? deputation to the tiov emmrnt was "an evasive gesiurc by the extremist element to avoid the rieieat of the general striKe proposal." A delegate from Melbourne said tnat. even If it were decided to call a general strike, it would not be simple to get I the workers out. Rale* Reduced and Frrc (iaract- j at Carlyon's Hotel. Melbourne. To mett present condilions Carlyon's nave reduced rales as follows: —Single rooms from 4 6 pei day double from 7/6. bed and breakfast from 60 single ...

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FINNISH DESERTERS CAPTURED FOUND SLEEPING IN HUT NEAR BRIDGEWATER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

FINNISH DESERTERS CAPTURED FOUND SLEEPING IN HUT NEAR BRIDGEWATER Two more of the Finnish sailors who deserted from the barque Melbourne at Port Adelaide last Monday, were cap- tured yesterday. Police found them sleeping in a hut at Carey's Gully, near Bridgewater. Only one of the four deserters now remains at large, the man who was found at Mallala on Thursday night being brought to Adelaide yesterday, and returned to the ship. Enquiries led the poUee to believe that-two ol the men were in the hills near Bridgetrater. but a search on Thursday proved fruitless. Early yesterday morning Constable Butcher, from p ort Adelaide, Joined Mounted-Constable Kelleher of £V-1 -ingui another trip to Carey's Guuy. They lound their men sleeping In a hut. arrested them, and took them back to Port Adelaide. At the Port Adelaide Police Court, in the afternoon. Viena Lundberg (20). Rudolf Nordburg <20>, and Hagnax Mattson (23), admitted having de serted, and were ordered back to the shi...

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MOVEMENTS OP VESSELS DUE TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MOVEMENTS OP VESSELS DUE TO-DAY Oronsay. from London 7:30 a.m. Outer Harbor M.G. Anderson & co. Lane[?] form Hobart monring Prot Ade- laide Coast Steamships. laide. Coast Steamships. Minnlpa. from Port Lincoln. 7 am. Cop per Company^ Wnarf. Adelaide Steam snip Company. Kcpoola. from Muston. EX, about 11 pjn., McLaren Wnarf. Coast Steamsnlps. Quoma, from £.^ncer Oulf ports. morn- Ing, Commercial i. jart. Adelaide Steam ship Company. MONDAY Golden Bear, from New York, morning, No. 2 Quay. Mcllwraltn. McEacbam. Ltd. Kooraka. from EdlUtburgb, 3 p-xn.. McLaren Wharf. Coa^t Steamships. Karatta. from Kangaroo Island, evening, McLaren Wharf. Coast Ct?emshlpe. BAILING TO-DAT (Circumstances permitting) Oronsay. for eastern States, early after noon, from Outer Bar?or. M. O. Ander son & Co. ? Westralla. for Fremantle, at noon, from No. 1 quay. D. & J. Fowler. Aagtekerlc far Melbourne, afternoon, from No. 2 Quay. Elder. Smltta & Co. Barrabool, far eastern States, ...

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CALLS AND DIVIDENDS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CALLS AND DIVIDENDS Dividends recommended ny director* at finally approved oy shareholder* follow [?] Artelalce Electric, half-yearly on 6. 46. and f> ivi on.i<t orrt P March 1 Adelaide Flnanace. ord.. at rate 8 per rent., oref. et ratet 10 per cent P Feb. 25 Adelaide Stearmnio at rate 4 ocr cent C F^b 24 P March 10 A 1 Rf?lni nrcf 4t rate 8 oet cent P. Fob. 2R Amaleamatert Zinc, at rate 8 per cent. C MR-?-h 7. P. Anrll 10. AiKtrallan TVufi & Tmdlnft at rate 8 o<" cent C March 31 P April 7 Brrlel. Lr<l. ord. 5 ncr cent, nref. 4 tw- r-nt. P M<irch 2 Cj?-Itin Brrwer\* at rat* 10 per cent. P. Mfl-rh 7. E'^^r ?mlth <*t -at* ft ocr eeox P M?— h ?> E'ectrlc Light and Power, prel. at ra'e 7 ocr cent.. C. March 16. P March 31 F T Wtmhie oreJ ?t rat* H ocr cent P P?>h 56 I Greater WonfleitraDh or^f Pt rate 7 pcr1 cent C Feb 21. P Marrti 2 Ouinea Alrwayy. 2/. P. Feb. XI. Hnddarr Parkp- ord. A per ?ent oref.. 3 DPr cent P....

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CAUCUS MEETING ENDS IN CHAOS Members Themselves Ignorant of What Decisions Mean PROBABLE BREAKDOWN OF NEGOTIATIONS WITH BANK Attempt to Nationalise Banks Likely as Next Step [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CAUCUS MEETING ENDS IN CHAOS Members Themselves Ignorant of What Decisions Mean PROBABLE BREAKDOWN OF NEGOTIATIONS WITH BANK Attempt to Nationalise Banks Likely as Next Step Some members left Canberra to-day, trader the impression that this meant that they had approved of the Theodore scheme, while others believed that they had endorsed a modified form of the three years' emergency plan, drawn up at the Premiers' Conference. Questioned on the matter to-day, the Prime Minister was non-commit tal and vague. "What was actually approved." be said, "was that Mr. Theodore, having outlined a plan for a basis of discus-1 Bkm, caucus approved that it should! be discussed with the banks." The potion is similar to that exist ing after %£e Premiers' Conference had drawn up its plan, when several o! the Premiers were convinced that the clause providing for reductions in Public Ser vice wi^f, in conformity with Che tell of the cost of living. Involved a dear all-round salary cut. However, no such...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

1 MIXBATE OP SbDA FOR HAT. I T ? T Bl' 1 R A. Oet Better Results by A T A TOP DRESBING GROWING CROPS T * wim c ? CHILEAN ? S NITRATE OF SODA a THE 100 P.C EFFICIENT d p NITROGENOUS FERTILIZER A 2 It tdb Mttrmtes ud Improves tbe effecto of BUFERPHOS- £. **, PBATKB. BONE DOST. POTASH. &c, which sbould be used £ m r|Jap|*ng R O Por Pamphlete and Information. FREE. -~ g WRJTE NOW TO E I THE CHILEAN NITRATE AGRICULTURAL SERVICE, | C 7, Wynartl-street, Sydney, GJ>.O. Box 1197HH. A 8. I : 1 b O L P NITBATE OF SODA FOR GRASS. E ~ PC2438.52 N2. PERPETUAL FORESTS, LTD THE WORLD'S LARGEST COMMERCIAL FORESTRY CO. MhscriM Skate Capital £240,61* ?111 nut Sabcerlbadfor Bonds JJ3.400.00* F—to Vtft* with Trostees £528,671 t £2t3JS7 Invested In Australian Oovemment seeurlties). Area planted approi. 120.000 acres. ???>???? BARK OP MEW ZEALAND and their Agents. BHd pOee: ?"""-* BOILDIMO, MAEQAHET-STEEET. SYDNEY. iWe Broken: SMITH, WYUE & CO.. LTD., KQBWtbB moon smvootq. w atmodth-...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 21 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 21 UNITED KINGDOM. EUROPE. CSYLOW. KGYPT INDIA. AND SINGAPORE.—Per Mongolia (due London March 28). Par cels February 25. I pm.: newspapers and packetc (via France). February 2S. 6 p.m.; newspapers <aU sea route). February 2S. 6 pjn ? letters and commercial papers, February 26. 10.30 ajn.: late tee. 12 noon. Supplementary, via Fremantle-aegls tored letters. February 26. fl pjn.; letter* and commercial papers. February 27. 8 a m ? late fee. ?-30 a.m. from railway. Air mall doses 8 a.m. tnls day at GPO, connects with Orsovs at FremanOe (due lMr.ioa March 16). Later malls to the United Kingdom (vis Suez)— Pet Oron tes. Marcto 6 (due London April 4): per Moreton May. March 9 (due London April 9>; per rsarkunda, Mnrco 13 <due Lon don April 111: per Oronsay. March 20 <due London April 18). EASTERN STATDS. CANBERRA. AND TASMANIA.— Monday. Wednesday, and Friday. 5 pm.: iate fee. SJO p.m.: 655 pjn. from ralliray. Tuesday and Thu...

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UNIVERSITY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

UNIVERSITY NOTES At the University Oval this afternoon the final of the non-pennant action of the University Lawn Tennis club Mama- meet will be played Sliver cups for the wixmen will be presented nest week at tbe - ;i 5 refectory. - *4 Afao. to-<Uy. at the Wayvllle ghuiiuUlMls. M the vmvtfitr athletic team win oaaprt* >'| In the seml-flnftls of tbe in1 aw^^'<*T*> Stt* ' :^1 lettcs. ? ' x '^1 On ifoDday. lurch 3. at SJO pxa, <be M nest t^ilon caon^iltteA flteetlfis ***f ****^ vw - ~^ will be beld. it wia decided fifrtsT --S by the Sport* flincirislini f iniiillse to .'?& bold uw annual geneal mw?nt cf tto? ' 'jS Sports AwoctaUon la tbe refectarraa IW> nesdmy. March 35. at 745 pan. Tto? nlijii ? "/?Si of tbe sporte committee la to g?atX| -te^ -^:?S crrni Ita membenblp and to Mas *?* 'i9g& myyiyi of student f"w***it '^"^^3 UteTwlUi tbe unlvOTltla. of ?w ?m&oi /-.^ Btatas. .:-3-^ EMrtes wiu close to-tuamwr-tor ??? v^...

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