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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1931

* • • • • • 4 Cage Gossip By Sidney Rmtm Boy, that was a touch one to lose Wednesday! The boys from the tall piney wood# certainly had an airtight defenae and it seen* alao that they were rather adept in tipping the bail through the meshes. Inability of the local* to hit their charity shots well aa a similar inclination in all their endeavor* was the principal cause of their downfall, while the Nacogdoches Lumbermen poured a steady stream of leather through on the free throws amassing enough to cover the dif- ference between the two teams in this manner. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT [•••••• #♦ **# GRADUATES IN ALL PARTS OF STATE HAS WELL EQUIPPED ATHLETIC PLANT It is not our desire to pan any official who works in any game •in the local gym, for after all these men are experts in their line and it should not be left for novices to judge > and condemn their efforts. What may be said in this column concerning their work is in no wise panning them or belittling their work. Dutch Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1931

mm:> m- * *■ it? :■ + 0• ##############«## CLUBS AND SOCIETY Foreign Relations Junior Red Cross Club Meets Tuesday Worker Speaks To Initiating Five Elementary Council The International HillttM** ! 'lutf' mmrnmm h*Ui it.« initial VMMting of th« year Mi*.* Lou K.kridg*. of tfc National Tiivsdty at the Colllfi Ciuh flottM, ilwik]iiirt*ni of th Junior Bod ^NHi initiating fW pladlgrS Tnv fir.*t. part ** tfe> rwitwipal speaker at tha f th< m«< '<> if wa ©rrupied % the Kl*tm<ntary C ouncil mooting Monday forma) initiation of the ww wwfilm mght at the Coltagt Club Houa*. The ptrvt-n* taking the plege of thi* TV illu«lraU har laetur*. Mi E k- natiixiat organisation wir* Ralph rkl«< brought * portfolio of picture#, Adkiiw, Mr. A. II. Breastwile. Mr*. A. poster* awl menu card* whkh had II lireaztale, Mary Ut Mar? ngal«, InNH) mail* hy children of many land*, and H £. Tyww The children who made the picture* Af)«r the conclusion of the cer#- *iwl ranged in age from elevan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1931

I . ■ CHATTER BOX VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 I'M J NUMBER 15 "The college is to be congratulated on the interest shown by the students in the recent educational conference," President Marquis said in comment- ing upon the convention. "The at- tendance was good and the attention was excellent. "The conference provided an excel- lent opportunity for the students to measure themselves and for others to measure the college. "The fact that large numbers of students attended the discussions is the best evidence obtainable that they have an interest and an appreciation of the teaching profession." he said. Di\ Marquis further stated that another similiar conference is hoped for next year in which at least the mistakes made this time will be im- proved. 1,500 Attend Teacher Parley The Religious Council will meet at the College Club House at 4:16 o'clock to plan activities for Feb. 22, when Harry Bone, southwestern field sec. retary of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1931

■ . ' 1 _ i i Hy Stud.nt* *1f III# 'I'rlM State Teacher* €dhf«i OmtM 1 «" « Books and Other Things Edited By Medfhrti and llawen # # * «#«# VWWWW r Conference Sidelights By Will I.ST I'KI'l T\TI0\ OF THK GROUNDHOG AS jointly by the hi warns, Rotary. aad. • • • • • * • •• • •• ABILITY QUESTIONED BY WEATHERMAN Cnrjt n FATIIKK FORECASTER IN JEOPARDY ( i*n* Ctet Entered s toffies a* Dentaa, Ttw, Ih*. *. !« EdftnHa-Chiaf HPNT: AwuUnt Edit « The college is hack to norm*! train Iff the Gross house he could baat any iw the *r««**t poukwow in (tan few item mm m takers. I Z .... /W*«" t„ .J,L„ ... . . ; : Did th« groundhog Me few shadow 1 i _ k' -. mnory m liwiiiui mpt Pi www HP ™~— ^ , «« ' * WW inevitable. this incroparabte !«■«**• ' Tuesday night, j gm^ forgot business "whaiJver rJy be th« opinion of ClhM (W* • **• mi atittior" by — fee sigaa W« na«e * John tcUtoll and Tue*.la* WM® , Wh*|e *r ««P be W opinion « , '* r TJ tJ w>k uaXr th* ntmt of Corey Pord-you ||Mlti. „„ f"r t Vfcn,n* *m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1931

• < • CLUBS AND SOCIETY T" Club Discusses Athletic Finances; Plan Entertainment The Conference— (Continued from page 1) Elementary Council To Give Frolic for Members Monday Talons Make Plans For Club Social To Be Held Soon Following a tradition of the orga- nization. the Elementary Council will entertain the members with • Valen- tine party on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the College Club House. This year the party will be a frolic and preparations are being made under the direction of Marie Daven- port. presiding officer, and commit- tees. The chairman of the committees consist of the folowing: Elaine Yerby. program; Bess Williams, de- corations; Gladys Thompson, invita- tions; and Flo Marie Roberson, re- freshments. Pastel shades will I* carried out in special decorations, favors, and refreshments, according to Miss Nel- lie L. Griffiths, sponsor. College Friendship To Be Discussed by House Presidents "College Friendship" will be the theme for discussion at a meeting of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1931

mmsM Hotshots, No-Knox Tie For Lead In Infra-Mural Race "BARRACKS" H A S UNIQUE HISTORY Fossil Species Collected by Biology Beck ••••••• |k J J If 1 ,v , , mi it-as martial am) athietic ckntkh Department Here Number Eighty-Three ir""Mp'"" • 1 • • • • • 0 • ' COUPLED WITH THAT OF WW* of play Th< boy's (yjoBiiltm lw bdiind I collage in Oi« fW end of tike in o,* ,,. <*«. .ntr* mumi .ufiuiw nt Friday saw two t«m«. th. il'shot. Whil. NMW bellow!ng and and fio Knot, ins ti< for first place aircraft roaring in th- heat «# thai with record# TH* Goliath*. World w r, the hoy'a.gnwMahMli «w «*§ M IiMm'Iii sMtf tnsrt a per- to uk. ; r,KinMi f.*t average. had their title hop*. Htr,Ktur< erected In tMT aaMyl for the purpam- of a training en- <MM*fMWN t for th*- eidtafe students v<4u*te«fed or wave 4*uAmI into «rhty -U>r*« different upturn of dimmed Monday by Mm Hotshot* ■to KlMek or "fat ■Mur,n#r th<" ^ Ab* m 35 war It was .fficielly named the aUo X the pedal extremity of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1931

VOLUME XV THE CHATTER BOX Dr. R. L. MarquU spoke before the monthly meeting of city teachers Hon- j day afternoon on "Character Educa- tion." Thia talk is the second of a aarea of addresses on the aubjacta of heai-> -nd safety, civic training, and' vocational education. Plans are be- ing made to add these subjects to the j VALENTINE high school curriculum next year. CHAT NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14. 1931 NUMBER 16 JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS ALL- T. ('. Debaters Win From Out of State SCENE FROM THE "SHOW-OFF" COLLEGE DANCE Teams During Week j It I Intra-Mural Play Ends Third Week; Ilotshots Have Lead EAGLE CAGERS TAKE TWIN BILL FROM JAVELINAS "The New World," a one act play! by Sir James Barrie, was presented, by student* of the Demonstration ' School in assembly Tuesday morning. Jdnn Torrance, a stern father, was played by Floyd Hobson; Ellen Tor- rance, u sympathetic mother, by Daisy D. Hyde; Emma Torrance, by Mar- garet Simpson; Roger Torr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1931

rtn I'uWUhed B? StudrnU ef III# North Texas HtaU T ptrbrn t«iU|c, I ten ton Tm* .fgrnyitr Chat Enlwnl w < Ism M il Matter It U * PuMfin -! Denteo, Trio* 9m. •. 1*1* Kilitoria 1 Bt ff Editor-in Chief ztuMlth Kditor A««i*tant Editor Bu 1«tlM Newa Johnny Kin* .„+. Um Mil Ut*M Helen Kill .JUy >«nte Columniata Paarsoo M«wid«rs, GJ*« Johnson, Sidney Kmvh, and M H. Ktroup f eynetiag Staff Ralph Adkinii, Lota Willteraon, Fred Doyle, Jewel Hifirim., Eli P. Com, Gay McNeil. Faye Bunch, Robert Holland, Pauliro' Haydcn, Hilt Cochran, Leila D'Spaln, Dallas Morrow, Paul Fterwwi, Harrow Mendricka, Ro- bert fed. Mat>!< Keif, and ftrwfc Kweaaoo, Printed by Ai 4f>U «t lb. Nerth Tesaa .State Teacher* Cell***! I. D. Hall, Instructor MEMBKK TKXA8 WTWCOLMWIAT* ASSOCIATION Harnett L. Yant, Hasta—a Manager. Boi W. T'f" ** Books and Other Things Edited By Mvddern and Haircs "UHm of the Valley" jjPf , . u> thaae of you who read the Saturday Evening Po«t seery Thursday when It eom-js1 out. t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1931

• % • College Library of Present Presents Delta Psi Kappa . One-Sided Contrast To Poorly Furnished Local Chapter In Room Which Housed Books 28 Years Ago Third Year Here Twenty- eight years ago, the col- lege library consisted of one small room. There was no equipment, no librarian, no system. and no working basis; the library waa simply a small collection of books which were some- time* referred to, sometimes talked about, but never thought of in con- nection with daily routine. J. S. Kendall, who was then pres- ident of the "Normal,"' saw the need of a library a* a part of the school and realized that something should be done to alleviate the situation. He wrote Mrs. Pearl Ci McCraken a special delivery letter to "come at once as he had been elected as assis- tant in English and Mathematics." When she arrived, Mrs. McCracken learned that her chief work woukl be in connection with the library, And that the few books owned by the "Normal" would be in her charge. The library room was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1931

- B m- Bssj K ;£ CLUBS AND SOCIETY Viennese Nights To Be Saturday Night Screen Attraction || Maid S There will he another meeting of the Council on Tueaday afternoon at l)imount ration School News > o'etoek to rMMrittM*. have reporta from the Elementary Council Honors Education Faculty with Party Kni< r*i:Mn4f 0 * Education Faculty, the KIciik fitury Coi.eil K«v« a VaJen. Use frolic on Monday evening at tlia Colic*. < lob ISaam, with Mart.- I>#von> ort. Lucille fcddteman. Katif Cletn-nt. ami Ui« Nellie L. Griffith. •f huttUMM** " ■%■■ The Ctob U< s* ta U fully 4e< rmtoJ with VaJentiw « in pastel ahadea «f ytek, Mm, |w , orchid and awee* (tea* 'if rarrewpondttttf color* The ffuecta ware seated in rroup# Religious Council Makes Extensive /'tans for Spring I"! i rjf*1 , ^ I The Religion* Council hi making exUmaive piano for activities to bo engaged in during the spring term, according to Ivan Mm***, president. Easter 4erriea* will ho held either March HI or April 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1931

I CHATTER BOX CHAT VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21, !<Hl NUMBER 17 The library Has added to its collec- tion a "Portfolio of Official Por- traits of the Presidents and First Ladies." A collection of rebound looks and bound magazines have also been received recently, according to Mi*. Pearl C. McCracken, librarian. With the official portraits of the presidents and their wives are short biographical sketches. These por- traits hang in the White House. While President Hoover's portrait is included, it is not the official por- trait. "It was through the suggestion of Mrs. Calvin Coolidge that the pro- ject was carried out. The volume is beautiful and artistic, and will soon be ready for use as a reference," Mrs. McCracken said. The Keligious Council of this col- lege and the C. I. A. group will give a dinner in the G. I. A. cafeteria in honor of Harry Bone, honor guest, who is visiting the college next week. The dinner will be given ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1931

0; & BR-1? i«> I4J;' l,oMuh«-d By Sta4*nt* «f th# North T«iw Tncluri < allege, th-utuu Texas ( mmpv Chat Entered u Fa*M(i(r at D*a It Um Dm. . Itl« Editorial Sttff Editor AWKKU ............ '* ««*• Slams By ttiaay HtraaJ l ooks and Other Things Exchange* Performers in the "Show-Off" rrrrfrrrrrfn «n j lip- kimproor lik* Nothing We read where Hi** Lotta L«gg will S*r featured in a choru* review King Joe gfcllaa Bill He we* Helm BUI' Key Bout* Pearson Maddem, Glen Johmoo, Sidney Reeve*, and M 8. Stroup. Report in« Staff Adkiits, Lot* Wilkerson, Fred Doyle, Jewel Eli P. Co*, Gay McNeil, Faye Bunch, Robert Paulina Hay den, Bill Cochran, Lalla D'Hpain, Morrow, Paul Pierson, Harmon Kami rick*, Ro- bert Teal, Mabis Self, and 8w«lf Swetwon. Edited By Medders and Hawes We make no apologias for the teeminiriy uotimeli mm of thi* note concern in* Edna Ferbar'* «aoat "dynamic creation," 'Cimarron.'' This book wm received by the; public chiefly beeattae Edna Perber's nam* waa attached t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1931

* ♦ I I ' m Cage Gossip By Sidney Reeve* Journeyed over to the pay sand* of East Texan to list to the vaunted Lion jungle chant and although an all too boisterous jazz band drowned the roar of the Lions and made life miserable in the crackerbox cage court, a sen Demonstration School News with steam. When the project was presented to the class, it was explain- , edby the quartet making the presen- itation. The class is taught by Alfred Jackson. — Games and dancing were the chief diversions at the Valentine Party Dance for the Senior High School a the Harriss Gymnasium from 8 to 10:30 o'clock on Saturday, February 14- The parents and teachers of the sational exhibition of basketball was students were invited to attend the Pro#ch c#rt*in circles, sones and displayed and one could not help enjoy- ; party and many were present. ing it. We have often heard of cheer- Thc Valentine motif was carried The fourth grade in their study of geography have followed the progress of Admiral Bird in h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1931

CLUBS AND SOCIETY *+++■+■+++++*++++**•* + * Girls D Idfifiirtfj At Forum Dance, Stay Line Formed Ah! The worm has turaad Revenge Is sweet and other Mich awUalramatir expression* that you may think of. Last Tuesday night ww the night the aforementioned worm got tired of going ntraigbt ahead nil the time and ma<ie nlni-nt complete torn. It *11 hnr-i>«n- ! at the dance apon sored by thn f. W. G. A. For many it the colltfc rtaare* the boys nil the tagging In fart, H got to be aoch a hni.it the. th- U>y« to think that it could be no wny. But, Oh. whnt n surprise boys who thought that got Landladies $Btide On Meeting Date*; Name Is Selected At the winter roeeting of the land- fill January there wa* foraaad permanent organisation which decided to meet the third Wednesday of each month *t the College Club Hone* At this meeting Mr*. S. M Oross WW elected president; Mr*. M. C. Henry, vteepre*id*nt; and Mr*, Ed. Grub, treasure. At the monthly meeting Pebruary IK, it wax derided to nam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1931

I THE CHATTER BOX CHAT VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28. I<m NUMBER 18 = T. C.—C. I. A. club houae on Lake Dalian will be the scene of a "get together" meeting of the ex- students of Texas University on Mon- day evening, March 2, at 6 o'clock. Each persu.i is to take a lunch and to enjoy a picnic in a very informal manner, according to Miss Katie j Henley. Mrs. Dial, representing the Knox Gelatine Company, demonstrated var-l ious desserts to the Foods Classes of the Home Economics Department yes- j terday morning. Miss Montgomery, representing the! General Electric ompany, and who' recently held a cooking school in Den-; ton under the management of the, King Radio Com pay, also ldctured to the Foods Classes. Game Frolic of First Year Students Largest Ever Given at College Visiting Debaters 400 FRESHMEN ATTEND PARTY THURSDAY EVE Miss Gladys Kelso, Miss Mary Anderson, and Lillian Parrill of the music faculty, and Mrs. Dee Dickson an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1931

Exchanges tiln k Sid's Slams By Books and Other Things 1 i HB ; I' It ,4' wi ■;iWs dA- i; M • Cubit, heti H j Student* ml the North la km State Teacher# CoUeg*. DmIm Thm Edited By Medders and Hawes («D|H ( hat Entered la *«cnwd ( Uh Mail Matter at the Poetoffice at Denton, Tesae, Dw. . ttltt III Editorial Staff Editor-in < 'htef Associate Editor Assistant Editor Seriatim SS5.'|...'.1.S „: — M—"« I - .. Columnist* Pearson M«W r , Ulan Reave*. and M ft. ■ Johnny Kin# Joe Utiici — Bill Haw** He Jan HiU „,., Ray Bonta t> 0 - - - - ~ ' With «ha passing tlw basketball t season, the 00m song km bp «**f J for two of the moet consist** and . ; popular man ever to float the Eagle Tfcw column ia just about randy for a change, *>§! on ^ -,^^1 rourt> R,y buaiaaaa depreasion and the lack of ready money amon« M .rrvrr <• . ar,«l < irU- < imm. the student* ha. pat a curb on the renting of n~ book, Perryman ami urle* «««-1 thin yaw. From what I can gather moat of tha reading don...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1931

itWifii BH r 1 m tmmm State Is Divided Into Districts For , Tower Fund Raising In advancing the drive for funds to build the Memorial Tower and student union on the campus, the State Com- mittee on Student Union divided the state into twenty-three district* at a meeting in the presidents office at II o'clock Saturday morning. Each district is to have a chairman and a sub-chairman, who will be announced later. The funds received from this drive will be deposited in the Republic National Bank of Dallas under the trusteeship of William Z. Hay*J feel that their hero has been left member at the Board of Regents of out, or even the nlayers themselves Hotshots Place Five, Wizards Two On Mythical All-Intramural Basketball Five Selected by Campus Chat Scribes (Editor's Note This team was se- lected by Joe Skiies, Harmon Ken- dricks and Glen Johnson who covered and kept data upon the intramural meet throughout its duration). The problem of selecting an all- intra-mural team, as we announced w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1931

" — ~ CLUBS AND SOCIETY 1 !■ ; Harry Bone Honored Douglas Bird Will With Dinner By Succeed Johnston an Religious Croups Pi Phi Pi President Sophomores Amass KM) Points to Win Annual Class Meet Native Philippine Work Received by Historical Museum W Personals r- , Opal Altaian of Britten, who ro [ Berth* Graey • v m <•> «** ta« pm «■ Wentherford. ============== Mi * Omem Tucker and Mtos M—to the week end £ w SL Bone. religious the goeet of of Denton thto C. I A tn the religk>u« Im4' Celleg* and C. I XN^mk. PfW cour** Hurry fy>ugla<« Bird «m eleeted president who has b«*n of Pi Phi Pi. a boy* social clob, at tilt religious badie* T C. flab House Thursday night, given at the Charles Brook* wan eiaetad vice- by president, Hervey Cos, secretary and of the Taaehar* treasurer, and A 1*1* JK. Ckir, parlto A- \ mentarian. wat served Bird will take the plaee of Re* Annie Mid Laona Taylor vMM, hi 11*11** relative* near SImMMMI last week «*I.Pm,t* of ucun)r * " ,n Marguerite and S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 March 1931

THE CHATTER BOX VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH 7. 19U 1 i — 11 1 i M'rrv-Tr,,,, := : , ■, ■: NUMBER 19 "Influence of Boy* and Girls Upon /it ?j| TH i l/T^nO "D>- Another was the subject for * (j[ JJ ]) f LA 1 tKo discussion given by is.. C. C ameron, social professor of Bible at T. C. U., to the Student Fellowship Band on Thursday evening. "We should set our example by the laws that God gave and when we have solved the morality problem, we will have solved the relgious problem,'' declared Mr. Cameron. SCORE HIT IN PRESENTATIONS Directs Chorus ROMEO AM) JULIET" AND "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE" ARE PLAYED TO LARGE CROWDS BOTH NIGHTS The regular meeting of the Talons was held at the Talon House Monday William Thornton and his repertoire i evening March 2. All the regular busi- j company representing the Shakes- nee s of the organisation was brought peart. Guild of America presented up and extensive plans were made. "Romw, an(j ami "The Mer- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 March 1931

NMM Br IMiHli HtmmImm CaHapb mm Chat - r Mitttr-WIM Editor Editor rSi.-SS Kit I' People and Language it * whole are prut* t* taa*f to be • . outstanding eh*r<M't*ri*'i- of the race to save Ih*. spare Md ewergr This trand «f the people toward the jrnth of h*X vitally affertod thai very language at the A ***** " *v ww* Mi «is*wfc «' eamlMaaMae; yet, the demand* of the world for ca*w d many «bort rats to be a«e ptod Abbr* vMtfaMM Unit ww* formerly * ed « writing are now at Itf ..t-oly used i converiatwn until the rtase ha arrived l tc *b«-n w ran wo iMfcar trust tk tar antwt tor . m;n r they Haw not There are Hooka and Other Things Medder« and Ht« k rMimW. TV Mip at ptmmar ere «till Naws .... J earSOO IP* Ud M H Stroup. Reporting Staff Ralph Adit m*. Ml Wilkerson. Fred Doyle, Jewel 6m. Ouy HcMnstS, Ksye Bunch. Robert ? Higgin* Holland. Pauline Hayden, Bill Tehran, I*ll D'Spate, Morrow, Paul Pierson, iiamM Hendricks, Ite bert Teel, liable Self, and Swede flwenaon Jf fanny Kin it * He...

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