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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1931

! • CLUBS AND SOCIETY Talons Hold.Second Stag Banquet Wed.; Dance For Tonight The second of the Talon state ban- quet* for the term wa* held in the private dining room of the American Cafe on Wednesday evening. Lawrence Poole, president of the organization, acted as toastmaster, and Dr. B. B. Harris, club sponsor, made an address to the members. During the evening's program, the Talon members of the football team were congratulated upon their game of Wednesday afternoon. The tables were arranged in the form of the letter "T" and flower? and lighted candles were used as table decorations. These banquets are held ones each month, and are given to promote good fellowship with a better form of entertainment, one of the purposes of the organisation. Scotty and his Kilties will furnish tHiiiile for the Talon football dance which will be given tonight in the Harriss Gymnasium from 8:80 until 11:30 o'clock. This dance will be given under the new college ruling which al- lows only a limited ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1931

Sideline Shots 8we4* 8w ' ALL T. I. A. A. fBiatfaaod from Pi like IM1 > 1) th* year Adkins cannot r association. The to two tMmi. both in the Western Division, A. C. C, ud Pippon from A. C. C. Eagle Cagers Lose •First Go Tuesday To Dr. Pepper Five Dmtoe CM* their Iwt to season, Mid U * « neaday eAeraeeti climax w eould lor. Few people rea. w Ksjrle* Mm* ymr have of flory to th.* deer old college ing the 1931 fW non-conference fray*. over th* mmoo. *Jj ,u . grmt rrowd of back the free throw tine ha.ve*,*!trod. „Z' field talent that demanded attention,' * •««•* f'nl* <1 often found but everyone could not 1* pU,<rf jfljnjiinojgojj^ 1 In their first engagement of the standout wingman inl^ IMIM Tueeday night at the Mar- conference thin season and well ^ (;ym by a one-point martin, loa* his choice. Harrw of the Hift ing u> the Dr Pepper quint of Dallas, Billies, though not so spectacular >• 13 to 22. Neither tide showed anything he is nevertheless a very exceptional in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1932

I I CHATTER BOX By Loi Wiikeraon CHAT ——■ "To the tin. innabu latum that a*' luuKicaily well* From the bell*, bells, Bells, belts, Mb*- From the jingling and the tinkling of the helV —Edgar Allen Foe VOLUMN XVI NORTH TliXAS STATU ILACtickS cU LtiGK. DUNTON TKXAi . SATURDAY. JANUARY 9. |<H2 NUMBER 11 Christina* New Year's beAs, wedding bells, bells. school belU, and what have you? The holiday began wi'.h hells, w * punctuated with be ls, was colored by bell*, enlivened by bell*, solemnised by bells, and ended by bells; for the school bells cal'ed wandering minds back into the class loom. One wou d think that the new year brought another col lege reunion, for indeed there was a large number of visitors on the campus during the holidays, mow; of the.<e being former students. Myron Stout, a former ed- itor of the A vesta, was seen on the campus. Pearson Med<iers. editor of last year's Yucca, spent the holidays in this vicinity. Ray Bonta, former Chat Staff member, dropped in to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1932

rm Let's Go Literary Hy Louise Ara Martin Pabilsbed by Stadeete of the North Tiiu NUU TtuJutri < allege, f>*nioa. Ttiu A bamtm m Mar Huiui, by Bess Mrmtm 4M)riah, ia Mt aa —ill rtiry aw great mm. It ii tt* trt. 'AT mm «t ***• UmI. • nlf —iiMIw—g ptwiw >wn C&apnif ( h*t hatered u Second i.liu Mail MaU«r at the w^fj <mw ,j.# (Jj(j ,jr,jljr vanish m tha naw. Lang bofors h« Pe.u gu-. at i*num, ItiM December a, HI* ,]iMl waC(>ll rota t^n u, bear tha imprint of rubber jtirea ami loud. ofcaoataM honks tore the silenca of Ui« prairie into MEMBER I EX AS INTER*X>LLEGIATS PREHH ASSOCIATION Printed by .Student* of Um North Tmh HUU I cache™ ( ollr** Editor .1 n Ajux i«ta Editor amis lai.'. Editor . Sporta Editor _ .Society Editor—- 4MI* 9M). • watched from har window never ceased wanting to paint. But, ~~~~ *•—"pioneer mother with five strapping children, Helen Hill jf( h#r youth ^ uwn dcairea. She brought white-haired, up all of their with ita Exchange0 Br Gar MeNsU The m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1932

• • > TNE FORECAST MARYLEE HILL CLUBS AND SOCIETY Ultt m ■unit I had phnniij J«ta tM «a that 0 P«i ium will mU a* ***" —hmm *Ufc B!eeaeld r mm BMtarial for Mm at «f*r fciiuii M Now Ynti raw tfcotr imitliig Tuwday in the Harrt** lution* aud Mr usual tragic reauii*, Oymna*lum and check over old" one.. ■UK* it *<Mm«d u Jj the thing to do. Tentative plans for a birthday party } *D', . sentence in the Pub- u, be given for the local chapter in liaher a Auxiliary changed my mind. . March will al«o be Jiacuaaad--and it read, "Sarnie. As unuauut as a coi-j that i* all I can tail you for the pro - unimat refraining from wisecracking ant. about New Year'# resolution*." There-1 ___ fore, just for the sake of being dif-1 The Women's Faculty Club will hold ferent, if for nothing else, resolutions it* regular monthly meeting Tueadav are taboo! Personally, I'm not inter- evening «t 7:30 o'clock ,n the Mary esUd any more, now U* l ^ mgtoMmUA. broken all eighteen of mine. There's sharp, preside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1932

Sideline Shot§ Wm Or**ti<ig . ttMMt jHK pW! W*'i* (*ck at the oiU *tar>d. doing PW NH had * big Christmas, tad will anjoy a big ««w ywur, wtil luck in grades ' and ove. Ob, yea. Uus una y« 1*m will ba uUrwUd to that basfceibati is tb* big port around tin* campus (or Uw aaat two With on* championship already is U iiack, th* Eagle* are out oa the hard beard* after another pennant, ifats Ulna in the old winter sport. Bettor gat out lhare and *bow tha Ragle* that you ara right bahuid them Tbay start wi uff alowly thi* yaar, but lot a* pat thi* in jroar aar. tbay have tha atoff and they arc going to wia a lot of game* thin yaar that tbay won't bo ** pec ted u* bag. . 'i, MYRACLEMEN IN 32 TO 31 FRAY Speedy Battle Over | Eagle Quintet, 15-18 op To Ray Perrryman's Alba High Cagers T C. U„ the The Fro-h eager* kmt their fir*t _ j encounter of the aoaaon Wednesday I to ih# Alba Eagle*. ono of tha baa' whalntMi th« fc'aiflt. riirifr* in m trlinf * * ,*IU* w w' PON IKS FAIL TO tiHOW POWER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1932

• • I I The Chatter Box Lois Wilkarson k m ra ■■■ VOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16. 1932 NUMBER 12 The program lor the aaaemb.y hour un Tuesday morning will Ik under the uirectioa ot Dr. W. W. Cook. Ivu play* wiJi be given, which are to be .■unec-ed iiuiu the five beat plays in Dr. Cook's cuus in creative writing ana wnkii are to be staged by the dramatic Club. These two plays have tieen written, costumed and staged by the studema. Floyd Graham and his iwnd wi.'i turmsh music in keeping with the atmosphere oi the plays. "1 believe these plays are worth; while and will interest the atuden. I body," Dr. Cook said recently. Word has i>een received lately from 1 Min* Mary Helen brown, a former ( student and teacher of the col.tege, that she is now leaching in Beaunioni, Texas. Mm Brown states that she is well pleased with her work and ex- tends her l>e*i wishes to the college. " 11 " 1 Myraclemen Split Pair of Close Games W ith Simm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1932

i'ablijtbrd by Htudeats ef th* North Tmm Htste Tnrhtri I allege. Denton, Texas Cub pus (tiil holered u I'm toff ire at Dewtow. Tnu, MEMBKU I EX AM IS IRBCOLLBGUTK ASSOCIATION Let's Go Literary /ty Louise Ara Martin 1'rmUd bjr that tiila very ieligbtfui, of ours has Ml ooiy bm made th* butt ut aa English J"*« k«t also Um target of many an hngiuh £l dp'critie? Jolly wd Engtaad asver ha* fawn partiileriy in ilWMMl with either u* or our literature. To iMOrffe ■ i Urruril haw Mid a Mart uf other Engiiaii men of letters, | w« AawrictJU are hopal—sly crude , there u a certain A. A. Milne. a tail young Kng- iishman «ho visited the baited Otatan hot long ago, and Ihe spook* of us as ueing both a lovely and a charming people. It ts rumored thht ha etayed at tike Waldorf Astoria. That <i la lenient a|ntu for Itaalf. Of courae he Exchanges B> Cay Me MM u porta Ooeiety i-ditor ia a van i uk. and a vary pieosuig one with a tint id, little-boy c way about bus, ao that characteristic haan t i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1932

• • THE FORECAST IS2tt!3jjBS5555 I3$8jp|y^8 Mwytw Hill CLUBS AND SOCIETY Ides Club Plana to Hold Rummage Sale On Square Saturday Plans for raising money were dis- cussed at a meeting of the Ides Club Monday evening at the home of Mias Dorothy Babb. It was decided that the elub would sponsor a rum- mage sale on Saturday of next week. The nale will be held on the market square if ihe weather is favorable. The business session closed with the election of Anna Marie Van Duker as secretary to succeed Willie Pae Wells, who is not in school this term. A short program followed, in which Bill Chambers talked on "Seneca's Life and Works" and Viola Boat- wright discussed the Classical Review, ing collage alfairs such as the election principal speaker at a meeting of the Refreshments were served to the are always a vital part of college life, Student Christian Association Thurs- members by the hostess, assisted by but in considering them we should not day night at 7 in the Club House. The her m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1932

—™ ~ Sideline Shots Araatt, « Wrumky, g UlMMtM, Captain of baafceteer* more hard lac fi« D, in With til* Pontw on and had the rattan luck to ha OMd Mt bjr i om point marfin They went to Dalla* with **my in of upsetting th* St. Clair nwrn. a while it iookad ai though *9 f I 4 • 0 0 it 0 1 It t 0 I 0 0 9 (I I f * Freshmen Lone To Totals 1 ft Official*. Meyers, relet*«; McLray, ■4mm to sos m, aad maybe saroO That wtiuid he a gr*at help to Choc, I * ia for Cul is s hurdler de-iuie, end with Klwcy (mm the old track teem need* another fowl man in Iksi ilepartmen' Big Moor* «ayt that he is going to! Uj make fifteen point* .n the ail confer Has Hear* of Secead Game •Wee meet to be hehi « CaflMMHNa j fcafiem this year, aad he ha* a good chance amyvrn, f to do it. too. Moor* is wo sioach in the j T. IviliM, f hurdle*, and h« should take one of! lK>ugJa*, c they might ouccsod. hat ia the sacond! Wjtt, sineo the departing' Borchardt, g period the Methodist* spurted past tha „f JflriieR Then....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 January 1932

f \ \ The Chatter Box Low ViNnno* i r # * "Ten i'or tw«. ami two for tea" in nnl Mkt aln—n af Mm fi'liaji after noon tea* that aw now bt-ing sponsor- ed by the Girls' Forum in the : recaption mm af tin AdaUnietoatto* I Building.' It i rather. "Tea for every iwdy and everybody to tea." The idea is not merely to wmt' and drink tea and go away, but to meet the people around you MM) g*t ac- quainted with others. It In to promote good fellowship in the student body '"urthertnore. it in not ju«t for the girls of the cortege, but for everylmdy l^iMt week the Art flub sponsored the tea. tbi* week the Scholarship Societies sponsored it. and next week another club will be ready to wel come those who care to go. Six white raft have been added to the home economics department, their so.e duty being to eat and sleep ; They are to be used for experiment* in diatetics in the diet and nutrition' department under the direction of Mins Jennie Acker. Thin work has been carried on i-t the department fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 January 1932

Let's Go Literary By Limine Ara Martin Ticklink Scratches ' Br Us Cmph Cat bj biadrata of the Narth TflH Stat* Triftwri ( allege, lieataa, fn Cm|w Cbat Etttrii «« i'cMituftira St lieatoa. Tom. Dwwhi , HI* MP.MBKB rKXAfi INTF.Bf Oi.l.LCI ATB PBKlMi ASSOCIATION ef the North Tmi fcare «®«ege Vtnuk,, i,h«- rnattet Printed by State Ti ' T ■ MHmr Helen Hid Krnest Mc Kinney Wiley Housewrigbt TZTZIT * Columnist* Guy McNiei, Louise Ara Martin, Mary- lee Hill. Swede Swenson, Uis WMuam. Kuth McNeil. fteportiag Staff Ma bin half, Kalph Adkina, Harmon Kendrick, c. £. Great), Willi* Millar. Bill Chambers. Freddy Camera. William Arnold. Dorothy Coffey, Floyd Cridt-r, Paulino Crittenden, Clovu Crockett, <J etle Cul- well, Thelma Pant, CharJes Poster, Clapton Hayes, Wei den Hogan, Dorothy Hood, .Stewart Jernigan, K. J. Lar gent, <j W. Mercer, Mary Merle Mc< lurkan. Vera Mi Curdy. J- w. MeWiliiams, Btchard Petermaa, Helen Kober- M n, Mowart Forrester, Kathleen Smith. I*wi* Went. • ' .1 ■ <...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 January 1932

THE FORECAST Maryle« Hill CLUBS AND SOCIETY Plans For Socials Sophomore Dance la Are Made At Press Set For Tonight At Club Meet Tuesday Called Class Meet 1'hare's going u> t*s such a good pic- ture and stage show over at the audi- torium tonight that many students will tind it hard to ehoos* between thir attraction and two other* scheduled for the name tint*—the sophomore dance in the Harris* Gym and the Delta I'm Kappa social which will be given at the home of Mr*. Orea Head- lie. Too bad that so many thing* happen on ihe same night, but they do it every once in a while! If you decide to go to the dance, be over there at 8:30 with your dollar and start in. It will last until 11:30, and you ought to get your money'* worth by that time. Those in charge warn to emphasize the fact that the affair is informal, and evening clothe* will not be the vogue! Itinue u> meet on Monday as ha* been ithe custom. A program ia being ar- ranged but was not made known at J the time this goes to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 January 1932

Decatur Cagern Win Over Fretthmen Here In Wednesday Match SUkfnriK * lat- rally to o**rc«a* • comfort*]«ad m«MWM by tin T, C. FnthiMR in th- firat part of the game, the i>«"*tur Baplut eager* chair >*i up * U 25 *kt«ry aver tit* ftosh bare W«tn«Ml*r aftaraoMt Th* Fnahmen wer« unaMa 4§ gtep iht damaging (flhlte if Seat *f the a, who pM up 14 pmnta for otnt honors. Golden and llolitik llw ouutan.liag performer* for tor ait, tying Or honor* with 7 B Coach Jack JMaeo'a char(? -■> jumped into the load after the opening only to r*liaqui h It U> the visitors in abort ordar. Nevattl***,: tfe «r Freshmen war* leading by a ■ear* of 17 to l« at th* half The local boy* had a margin of 24 to 17 about four minute* h*fore th* and of tb* gam* Here their d*f nw lagged and th* Vacatur flee made twelve point* to tak* a eMMMwiiag lead which hey maintained until the final gun. Kreatbman Schedule Yesterday afternoon the Fre#hm*n met the Krum eager* here. The game Close up View of Wood Shop I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1932

!i -v>i The Chatter Box Lou Wilkerson I Yucca to the A shipment of U*n forward?*' printers, according to Joe Skilee, This copy ia made up of the Dction of the yearbook, with ; two or three of the aub-diviahma. { The staff ia wail pleased ia able to have the copy ready at time of the year and believea the printers will be enabled to have the book ready for distribution at an earlier date than has been poaaible heretofore. VOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATU TEACHERS COLLEGE. DUN TON, TEXAS. - . . SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 19J2 NUMBER 14 Nationally Known Men Engaged By College To Give Course In Summer The freshmen should be well repre- sented in the winter quarter of the A vesta, for it ia to be dedicated to them. So far few contributions have been received from them, according to Albert S. Johnston, editor. He urges that they take seriously the invitations to lurnish materia, for this magazine. Manuscripts can be given to Johnston at the Campus Chat office, or be placed in the Aveata box in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1932

I PuMMN I Let's Go Literary By Louise Ara Martin ttadeate of (to North T Tea Pwuikt it MEM Iciii. Mall Mattw at llw t. ltl« „ *T<' TKXA* LVIEBCOLLKGIAT* PIMM8 AtWOCIATiUN iij'f i'lteM by MaMi of the North Thh Mat* "leathers College .... Helen Hill Eraast McKianey W iley Housewright ... Maryiao UM ColimtiMt*: Gay MrN'iel, I^ouise Ara Martin, Mary taa Hill, .Swede Awan«on, Lot* Wilkerson, Ruth McNeil, Will la Milter. aiaa wart known concerning lik present whereabout* or hia paat ax, it may be said wit* unhesitating ur«ty that ha haa much of hi* time at tea. F*« U e6*mrm* Ur ia •vidence (or this |ffeiumptioi>. It la a written in a quiet, conventional manner, ite author being interna ted wore ia Um diveree naturae of thoee who follow the aaa than in the freijuent disaster and hardship allotted them The atyla Mr. McPse chooeea to iiaa la not popular with moot of our modern writer*, aa the •tory ia related fey one of the major characters, a Mr. Hpenlovc, who knew intimately Captain ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1932

w J € THE FORECAST Maryl** Hill Bflaasaaarr-.- -umwtu What's on for tonight? Well, the •how as usual and the Weat Texas Club dance in the Mary Arden Lodge from 8 until II o'clock. We are toid that all members of the club and their friends are invited to come over (provided they have twenty-five cents!) and dance till they get tired or are told it's time to go home. Re- member, fellows, they aren't dancing to the same kind of music in Japan and China as you will be; and, if things get much worse, it looks as if you won't have many more dances on the good old U. S. soil! Think it over. Better make this West Teus affair! CLUBS AND SOCIETY Dances and more dances—the month is full of them! It's leap year, ' as some of you boys nave probably found out by this time, and we girls try to take advantage of every priv- ilege allowed us. That's the why of the girls' tag dance to be held Tueaday evening from 7 until o'clock in the Harriss Gym. Girls will dance from 7 until 8(ladies first is one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1932

Sideline Shots Eagles A Close to— i Industrial Arts " Hill I Furniture initial nfeirmtoh la tk* the gym tnmry one* la a while sad aae | Um Star Conference the F.agiee lost j the Slim* Mm do its mutt against a etoee decision to Um Nacogdoches j •nme ul the beet junior calimg* aaa | Teachers, but came (tack in their mm-! high wkonl five* in tki« mtctm of th* and engagement of th* flag chaae to j broad ftttHe of Texas. The Freshtoe hand the Hunts/die Bearkats a lick- j don't look m hot, cause they play in in# on their find road trip to East anything B V. D's on up. No, Pop Teaaa. At proeont Um local tagers afa. V D doesn't stand for "Be-, have a percentage of .100 in Um fore the Volstead Disaster". How- league. The first tilt, with the Lumberjacks j of Stephen F. Auatia TMekari Col- lage. waa a hard battle to loee for the Myrarlemen. The local* had led the Ax men by a narrow margin who nut around hack of the — throughout the fray, only to mm their i thing* up for the Kag frosh Defeat N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1932

I The Chatter Box Lois WilUrson i : „ V I I "\l | - iiii ; : I —- VOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1912 NUMBER 15 Starting January 1, the college li- brary added ten magazines to the list of regular subscription*. Three of the magazine* are from foreign countries. I.'Illustration la a magazine printed in Pari* which come* out weekly. Thin publication wa* ordered especial- ly to be used in connection with the work done in the Fiench department. From London comes the John O. Lon- don Weekly anu' Tid Bit*. In addition to these the library re- ceives the Theatre Arts Monthly, A atrophy* ical Journal, Home Econom- ics News, Vocational Guidance, In- land Printer, and the Mathematics Teacher, which are all monthly mag- acines; and the Oil and Gaa Journal, a weekly magazine. Causes of Manchurian Crisis Are Presented By Assembly Lecturer DR. ANNAPOWELL OFFERS SUMMARY OF EASTERN WAR NOTED JAPANESE OOLI.MiH HEATING TO LECH IRE HERE PLANT RECEI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1932

rm Let's Go Literary Hy Louise Ara Martin Six Yearn Ago By Bulk McNeil SSStSt { Ticklish Scratches By the tempos Cat I'ubNahatf fey Mai ef the North T( T. Chat Kslered ss mUtMict at Mali Matter at Um t, IMC MfcMHhli TBXA8 INTKIU OLLKUiATK ASSOCIATION PrlatM by titaMi ef Um Nerth gltl* i > ( olitf f MH«r~. Helen Mill Lrnest McKkum Wiley Uwawright Mvylw Uiii Columnuta. Guy McNiel, Louise Ara MsrUn, Mary lee Hiil, Swede .-iarenaon, Lot* WiJIunrson, Jiuih McNeil Willis Miliar. We ara all of ua children eryin* far Um vara duUraa before ua crying tor Um mood. There will ba children altar we arc gone, crying for Um moon. I knew a child once, bat tn toll yon th^pjiih he wu only ona of any dream children and not a rsSHy real ehildf. He waa standing one day after an April rain, with Ma ifini on th' window mil <y| hui ftther'* ntudy tod hit wmsii button flat a|Minst tin puti. PrtMntJy ht turned to Ilia father, who was writln* some kind of lettor, and he Mid, "Father, what is a rainbow?' ...

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