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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1931

-* ' li-ll-'I Track Talk- By Sidney Hecvea While it ha# not btn-n a source of extreme delight for thi* columnist to the swan song for thos* sthl«te« whose name* will never again appear in the competitive score* of gatfe* team*. it has l*«n our pleasure tw endeavor to give you the N|i worth of these departing stars and to mak" each member of the «4u*i>nt body regret their passing. Now that this is the last issue of the Chat, it has come to down to us that we must write our own obi- tuary and sing the ong of requiem at our own pausing. Perhaps many of you have doubtlessly read of such action* of departing souls; however take it from one who knows it'# a bigger task than one might essay to wdertake. While all of thin might Ml to be a farewell notice of one antieipating suicide, it is not thi? at all. but only a poor existing eolum- H, who is writing a farewell column to the school that has become, and shall always remain, dear to his heart. There is a touch of KutlrantaHty in every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1931

Hilarity to Reign Supreme at Pi Phi Pi Dane* Tonif/ht 111 Off kern Of Mary Arden Group are Elected Monday Returns CLUBS AND SOCIETY W2* i : Religious Council Honor* Graduates From Organization Hilar.iy i* prvme at IbtfftM ©jnwwrti ■i | of Pi Phi Pi with th* mem mma! Tt Ral*i'>u« Co«i eil. Student F#l- j lowskifi Band, and tit* Y W. C A.! honertd graduate of thair iqpiil- laaf Mtionx with * t>uff«t *upp<ir at Um>| «f the ! C. r A. te* roam. Th**« tmHtimtStt] dub. Th« affair will ha in t<*m «t a «llawad w^awcow* M ie will 1* famished by I>.w*ll Keith and hia 7 piaef Itatta Ram birr Orchestra. W * grand march will Iwifin at H:*0 o'clock with Doogta" Bird, pwXtwt «f til* club, laadin* it aaeortin* Hia* Kvaa Hoover a.* hi« gueft Yollowin* a ♦hort ih*m*-I of walcorae «frm*ifHt| were iimiatri by Mary Klisahath i (.inn, f re*tdo«t of the If, W. C. A-, j and were: UM* Ruth Whit#. Kit tut- bath Wootton, Mary Allan, Valawtine Ollpbant, and Ruth Norman. A color mbmm of lavenda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1931

■. THE CHATTER BOX Bob Twl l< "Have you noticed the number of out-of-state license plates on cars around the campus?", a student asked yesterday. "There seem to be car* here from almost every state in the Union." There are students enrolled here from all parts of the United States, and in terms past there have been several foreign countries. This ia only another proof that this col- lege is well known everywhere. VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE NUMBER 1 3,164 Given As Total Enrollment Figures Late Friday Evening HOWDY, GLAD YOU'RE BACK! On Monday and Thursday even ings, during the summer, silent pic- j lures will be shown at the outdoor, theater. All students will be ad- mitted on activity tickets, while land ladies, former students, and friends] of the college will be admitted fori ten cents, according to Dr. Cook. LITTLE LARGER THAN TOTAL OF LAST SUMMER 4000 copies of the Denton Record- Chronicle will be in the halls of the Administra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1931

Let's Go Literary By lA)ui*e Ara Martin PubiUbcd fcj Hlutfrnta of Uw Taadbef* ( OmOm I-« * < ( hat KnicfH >< Horond (las* Mail Matter at tke Postaftra at DsaUw. Tanas, lta«aih*r ft, M* MKMU1B TEX AH IXTMIIII l<WH U K ASSOCIATION Printed b> tttad*al ut the Xartfc Tm* Huir Taaebar* < «Maga MMa*4 ChMI . UMtiatf Editor Bill Hill Hawm Kditer m ... Jaa SkilM Mary I** Hill Cttlumnista: Lowiaa Ara Martin. Jawal Higgins. Bobart Taal. Gu> McSai), Eli Cm, 4m «i««s. Exporting Staff: Ralph Adkma. Lalla D'Spain. Mabfe Brlf. Bill Cochran, Oariw Tompkina, Lynn Knight. Buaimm ~Manager .'ZZZZZZZ- . Tram H.' 8«aW Box t , Teachers CoUags HtaUon si Petition and Answer PmMwt Around the Arena i | "E*« P«t thin*' take thair bo- gianing f « «■ ** Utiles." Wbatfcar or not this w>l«ma wIU avar gata a position of graattiaa* in the apart* hall of tamo * not far mm to say •ac«pt prtrhap* to but an a. i«gtaaing to my flirt att*s |>t as a columnist I offar th* first wnuw K«ad it again, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1931

-J. .i.';.: ;|j. FafflMmM B « Exchange* By Gay McNeil T*w plana of Mr. H <3. Kelley, landscaping gardner of State Teachwrs College, for beautify- ing t w campus have been car- ets# M t. ftaAs s.sd pints combine to make thin collie Wl« >y on* of the show places of the city. The Southwest Standard The ground* of our own college campus at this time are unusually beautiful, Wing well cared for by the eoilnn workmen. The trees make the campus one of the coolest of all place*, and evidence of this i* the number of student* who already make use of it while studying. With seven thousand inquiries •ready receivad by the publicity department of Colorado State Teachers College, the enrollment for the coming summer quarter ot school at the college i expect- ed to be the largest ever known to be enrolled. — Teachers Col- lege Mirror Indications are that the enrollment at North Texas State Teachers Col lege this summer will be one of the largest in years. Summer enroll- ments here have been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1931

I© ■ ' t: ||pPipl® Julia Smith:- The toMt to gwii offi—f (or twHwes),; rated m CLUBS AND SOCIETY hutz-James Wedding Ceremony Performed Tuesday Morning O'Shields-Hayes Marriage Announced At "Open Houne" ;=ft; si : r The nirrit|i' of Mia* A(fi e* O'- .Shiald*. dau*ht*r of Mr. and Mm E. H OShield* tt; Sigman Hay**, *on of Mr and Mr* Jam«« Hay«, which place Jan I. 1MI, in Marietta, Oklahoma, wa> aMMoncad at "op«n houm' held In the o'Shteid*' imjw horn# on Hickory Strart Thursday ml- tarnoon of last Week. fi Invitation* had baan **Und«l t« friand* t« viait the naw brirk home, and during tha afternoon the mar- riage M*r t wa* rev«al«l through tha mwdium of tiny acrolla attached to rrirtagr* of aw eat pea*. Punch and cake square* war* aorvad by Valen- tine Oliphant, and Mr* R. L Jone* of Bn«lgej*>rt, .inter of tha bride A color dche.ne of pink and lavandar w # carried out in both decoration# and refreshments. Both Mr. and Mr* Hayaa are *ra<l uatei of tha Danton High School, and ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1931

THE CHATTER BOX 1! Bob Te*l CAMPU VOLUME XV The behavior of students in the library is much better this term than it was during the long tern, accord- ing to Miss Maydell Wallace, attend- ant in the reading room. Everyone seems to be more serious. The crowd- ed condition of the library keeps it from being sought out as a place of pleasure. "The Recreational Park is also responsible for keeping the less serious away from the reading rooms," Miss Wallace said in conclu- sion. Speaking of the crowded condition of the library—if you can't find a seat there, we suggest thai you study out on the campus, It's cooler there &nd it is certainly a pretty place. May- be you don't realize what an excep- tionally beautiful campOs we have. Thffl debaters from Utah who were nere last term said this was the most beautiful campus they had seen on their whole tour. Ey the way— their opinions were not solicited, either. If you want to see some fancy div- ing, you should go by the swimming pool some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1931

I ■r ■ Let's Go Literary Hy Limine Ara Martin i'Mblmhrd by Mud. nl* of Ik. North TtW Stale Tridwr* College, iJrnton, Tela* Around the Arena Several by WEEKLY PROGRAM OF RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES CUT THIS OUT AND PIN IT ON YOUR WALL. CatapitK < hat t.ntrrrd •• hrrund < la** Mail Matter at the I'oatoff ire at Denton, Ttui, Ileceaiher t. I HI 6 Ml - — — •MKMHKK TSXUUI IWTWrai l PftlATK IVIM mEiyJIX ASSOCIATION " Printed by Student# «f tin? North Ttui .Stat* '-ta-ChieJ Associate Kd.to. Asaociate Editor Acting Assistant Editor Hporta Kditor ... Society Editor i .i in mn i ■** - ■ - Mill Bill iia « Hteva Whftahead' Harmon Kendrick ... Jo* HMm Marylee Mill Coiumniflt*: Louise Ara Martin, Jewel Wiggins, Kolwrt Toel, Guy McNeil, Eli Co*, Joe Skiles. Reporting Staff: Ralph Adkln*, Lai la D'Kpain, Mable Self, Bill Cochran, Clarice Tompkms. Lym Itnlght. Mar jori<- Blackburn, ftuth Cutnm n* , Madeline Harding. Maynla MeCurley. frieire— Manager Travis 11. Small Bo* 23V, Teacher* Collage St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1931

i a • • 4 , * Exchanges By Guy McNeil With classes well under way a check-up ithowg that three spe- cial teachers have been added to th«< school of education for the summer and two other new faculty member* will lie on hand for summer work. — Simmons Brand. Instructors at S, T. S. T. C. a.ro working under additional burdens caused by the record breaking enroll- ment that crowds summer classes. The appropriation for the two sum- mer terms here was insufficient to provide for salaries for more than the regular #ta<? of teachers. The entertainment committee arranged a program of campus ^reations for students of the summer term. On every Wednes- day evening unless further no- lice is given the band will play in front of the main building. Ice cold punch will be served and space reserved for any form of recreation deaired.—Pine Log Entertainments enjoyed by N. T. S. T. C. summer students at the college recreational park include swimming, skating, croquet, miniature golf, and the ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1931

1®;. V/.VV: I f- I H* Kg/_v. Industrial Club Will Elect New OfficerH Monday Th« Induitrtal Ktiu.atton Club will meet Monday arming, Jun* if, at 7:30 o'clock in tfe| CpBl( Ctafc itkUM. Officer* Mr* to be *l*eU>d and other matters of <ui|*. (arte# will be taVrn up at Ute mosting Th* following nominee* have been subnuttad lor election: Pre*Went, Ale* Tompkina, Dell Antwilier, C. C. Lovelace; rfco-prvsident, Iva V Mar tin, Vmncil Brook*. Paul Stesrna; aeeretery-trewaurer, Howard Tjraon, Warner Ford news reporter, Loui* Ramsey, 0. G. Cook; parliamentanai. and critic. Wilford Pierce and J. II. Wells. All those who ar* interested la in- dustrial education are urged to be Enters Business Demonstration School News Jewel Hi(giM YOl'NG WOMKN'H filVK DANCE TO WKIJNKHIMY The Young Women's Forum of the college will sponsor their first dance of the term, which It to be given in the Harris* Gymnasium on Wednes- day evening, June 24, from * to 10 o'clock. The dance will be in the form of a gir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1931

ii THE CHATTER BOX hub Ttwl HAT Ail visiting Masons now at the col lege are invited to meet with mem- bers of the local lodge on Monday night at the Masonic Temple at H o'clock. Members of the Thirteen Lodge* Club of Fort Worth are ex- pected to be here to confer a Master Mason's degree for the local Masonic Lodge. Refreshments will be served at the close of the mating. VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUNK 27, 1911 NUMBER 32 The Stage Show tonight will fea- ture Freddie Martin, "Wizard of the Accordion," who will play and smg popular numbers. Floyd Graham, di- rector, announced that the Band will play its latent recording and in full view of the audtence. Other enter- tainers and novelty numbers will com- plete the performance, which starts promptly at 8:16 o'clock. A second band will be organized Monday afternoon at the Music Hall at 4 o'clock. All beginners are urged by Floyd Graham, director of the band, to be present. Rehearsals will be hel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1931

— \ PuMimbed by Htudrnla of th« Wlh Thm Stat* Trarhrr* < ollrf «\ Dnt«C, Trim Campus Chat Knterrd a* Second t laa* Mail Matter at th* t*o luffirp at Denton, Trie*. Itmmker *, l 1i >! KMHi.H ii arnaMnuJMAva ms ASSOCIATION Printed by hludu«U of the North 7*xm State Teacher* Collage Temporary Staff J£.iiU r in-Chiaf. Associate Editor Associate Editor Actitl(t A * 1* U; fi i t . Sport* Editor , Society KdSt'ir Helen Hill Uawes Stava Whitehead Kendrick Jo* Skilas Marylee Hill Let's Go Literary By Louise Ara Martin hobo la Mr. Jama. Tolly (preferably Jim) with Ma rhronkla, "Blood On the Moon". has attempted to portray a group of Mituation* involving certain underworld characters, particularly woman, with Whom a likely to coma in contact: that la, one of what debonair vagabond* who would, with hla aentl- mental talk of the atari and the sbortneaa of existence, appeal to such women. Needless to say. Mr. Tulty, doesn't omit tha amut and the "literati" have once more prot**tad that trag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1931

« W '• Around the Arena Jo« Slu lea At l* t n y hand has been called. Herbert Huffaker, claiming: that I had given Cody Bradford the credit for coppnff low score in a forworn* match on the Tom Thumb golf course, threatened me with the well known "dire diaaater" if I ever made auch a miatake again. Wtih all credit that ia due Mr, Huffaker I apologize. Huffaker and Bradford are both better golfers than their card on the eventful night mentioned will reveal, but I am confident that I can find someone who, paired with me of courae, can defeat them. How about trying a game on the Pee Wee courae on Hickory Street, Huff? With two wonderful coursea auch as the one in Eagle Park and the Pee Wee course, follower* of the miniature golf game have plenty of opportunity for a change of scenery. Denton Rasketeers W 'in Over Van Zandt In Close Contest In a fast game featured by long! . shot*, Denton County managed to j emerge victorious ovar the Van Zandt Freestatera Thursday night, 21 to 1#. The t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1931

CLUBS AND SOCIETY Girls' Tag Dance Is Sponsored by Women's Forum Delta Psi Kappa Members Announce Summer Officers Leaving Discussion of Stewardship Held At Y. W. Meeting 'Su-wardship" was the th«me of the mMtittK of the Y W, C. A. it Umt College Club H«ua.' m Wm)y* d jr evening Folio win# the singing of several song* by the group and • sfcort busines* seasion, Kuth Wast gave devotional va '.Stewardship and Talents in Stewardship ." A piano *ol<< by Winsie Susfc was followed by an open discussion of stewardship, after which refresh luenta were served to the if roup The program mu vary interesting and seemingly *m enjuyed by alt the member*, according to Mary Elisa- beth Linn, pUBsuient. i Those present were: Myrtle Stuck- er, Audra Knight. I ret* Jones, Lelah M*e Morrow, Kdna Pearl King, Opal Philip*. Olcta Knight. Mary Shown, Viola Mae White, Marie Woolen, Win- nie Bu*h, Ruby Yant, Runice McDon- ald, Kuth We*t, (iunnth McDonald, MiMrad Gait her. Mr*. J, D. White, Gladys Smith,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1931

THE CHATTER BOX Bob Teel VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JULY 4. 1931 O NUMBER 11 The new state-adopted text for tttv first grade is "Real Life Primer ami First Reader," written by Cora N. Martin, a former member of the! college staff. Miss Nellie L. Griffiths! has just received from the publishing company a copy of the Pro-primer and Work Book, which are materials to accompany the text. The Pre-pri- mer is iilustrarted with many pic- tures, and one of the characters of these is little Billie Floyd Brooks, mascot of the College Band. All in- terested principals and first grade teachers might be glad to know that these books are available at Miss Griffiths' office. COURSE GIVEN BY GIRL SCOUT FIELD MEMBER Ex-Students of T. C. Greet Prexy on His Arrival in California TRAINING COURSE BEING GIVEN BY MISS TWOHY AT COLLEGE; IS FART OF 3,000,000 GIRL SCOUT MOVEMENT Miss Nellie L. Griffiths spoke at the closing meeting of the County j P.-T. A. Council h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1931

IffisSjy ■ PROFESSIONAL Exchange« kJ Let's Go Literary By Louise Ara Martin fat, «h,d by - ideau, f Ik* Nortfc l,i*, Trachrii-a t •llefe.UgreUw, 7 I i—Alt Mul MalUr •( tke M m«M fall la «/*• C • n> (ru a Chat Kat«r«4 u Sccood CI P«i4« at iMmUm, Tau, MEMBER TEX Ah fMTB*COLLE<ilATE PRRHS ASSOCIATION tW North T bf titolms of HUit* T ttfhffi VflBMfssy Mstf AmociaU Editor Assistant Editor, Sport. Editor Society Editor Kind rick Ara Martin. T«*l, Gqr McNail, Jw Hklkrs Hill itni Hiff im, Rokart • man nr.ay har' (Pill anii th* . «: tha of Um Houston Cwmtf Ctah far the major up-wt of tho Tha <w«ii- *okmg Lotwa ad tkair winning ways a on Um way to a championship unlaaa halted ia tht near future -Tha Houatonian I The Onton County Club, favortta* to via Um baakat baiJ tourney hare, ware punhed t« a etaa* daeiaion ram* Whan the Van Zandt Couaty Club •cored 19 points to 21 mad* by the ban ton County baakataare. Much MeCurley, Naak Kaai, Dick Muagrav* . Timvla a. Hmall Andre ia French, of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1931

I I • • ♦ • K i Around the Arena Jm Ski lex Overcoming *ultry aimthine ttat m <le playing a hardship, contetunu in the annual summer taaaia tourna- ment completed first and second round matches in most divisions this week, demonstrating, despite the heat, some of the fastest stroking and court sharpshooting seen in many days- Seeded number one place in the men's singles division, J, J. Miller, 1930 winner, showed the customers plenty of action and form in his pre- liminary match. Miller's driving at- tack and speedy covering make him outstanding as the 1931 winner in his special division, despite the fact that he will be forced to meet either McCarty, Hogan, or some other equally formidable challenger. Smaller than expected, the entry list in the net. tourney includes an ar- ray «f experienced talent, as the small gallery of court followers who were present during the prelims will testify. Hargravea is a former Eagle star and is a one-time winner of the T. I. A. A.; McCarty, Wich...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1931

PHIH" il. CLUBS AND SOCIETY W/«« Pender Weds J. E. Meyer* ut Marietta Saturday Mm* Jo Pendor, d*ugb!«r of Mr. n nd Mr*. I , P. i'«mkr * insrrisd to J, fc Meyers last 8 tur<l«y in ^lanciU, Oklahoma. Th.^ ceremony WM Mid by R«V. J tine* Truitt, Bsp li*t minister. Th* bnrtu worts a blun ( r |H' traveling suit with tllutr KCM- wmj. The ccupli l«ft for a few day* wedding trip, after which th«y will bo at hone in East Tex**. Mm. Meyer* is a graduate of Den- ton High School and of the Teachers College ia the claw of IMSH-'M. She was Art Editor of the AvmU col- leg# magazine, in 1930. For the past year fa« ha* been teaching in Tyler. Meyer* ia the son of Mrs Katie Meyers, and ie aleo a graduate of Denton High .School and hae attended Teacher* College. He U connected with the oil inteiae** in Kaat Texas. Geezles Moke Plans For All- C oil eye Dance Plan* for an ail collage party-dan- ce were made at the regular meeting of the Geeilee Monday night sn Mar- ia Gymnasium. Appointment of a comm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1931

* m 1 i * V THE CHATTER BOX Bob Teel THE CAMPUS CHAT J VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY. JULY 11. 1931 NUMBER 34 T. B. McCarter and P. E. Savage of Canyon Teachers College were here the first of the week to study the text book system used by the college with the intention of adopting it there. The West Texas State Teachers Col- lege does not furnish text books free, but sells them through a student co- operative arrangement. It is under- stood that the Board of Regents is in favor of our system. "The Chat came as a pleasant sur- prise to me last week. It was like a breath from home," E. C. Brodie said in a letter to the Campus Chat the other day. •Mr. Brodie, who is a member of the English faculty, is now doing advanc- ed work in the New York University. He states that he is enjoying his stud- ies and professors and is looking over the city in between times. EAGLE FOOTBALL SEASON TO OPEN SEPTEMBER 19 GREEN AND WHITE TEAM WILL PLAY T. C. V. HORNED...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1931

I- ;i i af PiUiiM bj StndwaU of ti North Ttiu HUU Te ch m Cottage Denton, Tma Ciapu Cfeet Eater ad u Second < 1*4* Mail Matter at the Pwtrfl« at Deo ton. Tri*a, Uerember I, 1 1 MKMBKK 1 K\ ^ I MKK' OM.K'.I \ ! K I'KK^ ASSOCIATION Printed by Student* of the Nerth Ti State Ieacher* (College Temporary St ff Mm Hill - Jtt Haww , ...Stars Whitehead Harmon Kendriek fir Ski lea Marylea Hill ColnmniaU: Louisa Ara Martin, Jewel Higgini, Robert Tael, Guy M r Vail, Joe Bkile*. Edi tor-tn-Chief _ Aiaociate Editor Aaaociata Editor AaataUmt Editor SporU Editor Society Editor _ Let's Go Literary By Louise Ara Martin r#♦#######♦< Well I'm at my wita" end. SonuW Mid that aa Um raaalt of a eoatinuaJ grind for koowie4ge people wan he- coMiug thoroughly diaguatad with any form of reading matter. And that Um lake, rathar than a book, offered far mora opportunity for enjoyment and relaaatioh to aay the leaat, neither a bright remark nor a dumb oae. 0, wall IH atop. Perhaps if I took down my fcet'e ...

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