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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1941

Norerfibtr IS 1941 THE H-SU BRAND PH f Hardin-Simmons Tech Raiders Fight It Out Thursday Raiders Boast Best Team In History With Three-Team Roster of Stars and Veterans By SHERWYN McNAIR Brand Sports Editor Resuming a rivalry discontinued in 1935 the Hnrdin-Siinmons Cowboys travel to Lubbock next Thursday to meet the mighty Texas Tech Raiders in the Thanksgiving grid classic of West Texas. Both teams arc now members of the Border Conference but this game docs not count in tho league standings because Tech docs not play enough conference games to qualify this year. Tho Hardin-Simmons team will be follo.wcd into Lubbock by n Bpccial train hauling tho World Famous Cowboy Band the Cowgirls and several hundred Cowboy fans. The game has been billed as the season's most important clash for both schools. Tho Raiders boast the best all-around team in history having a threo-tcam roster of stars and veterans with no first second or third mriiig.1 ucwgnaicu. The backflcld hailed at the begin ni...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 November 1941

1 FtyfyTz f. "'zpi .TkV "" i; rf-A- n J.w'Wi'4. Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND November 15 941 -J ALUMNI NOTES By IIAKRY HAYES "I hnvo rcnlly enjoyed my Bulletin this year" writes Dexter Riddle 41 of Lamar Avenuo Bnptlst Church Wich- ita Falls. "It has helped n lot in keeping up with my friends. I was glad to find out John L. and Janet Wilson's address bocaiiso ho was one of my best friends in II-SU and I had lost track of him. Glad to find out Propst's address too. I think I'll drop a lino to both of them today." Enclosed was n check for 1041 Ex- Student dues. (Editor's note: This scoop might interest some of you. We have learned that Dexter has recently become engaged to n fine Wichita Falls girl named Frances Cone. Tho exact dato of tho wedding has not been set but it will mora than likely be in the spring or summer). "Hero is a dollar for my Bulletin. I really would hato to miss "a slnglo Issue it means a lot to me especially up here in tho Yankee territory. I am still doing graduato wor...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 November 1941

s Beat Howard Payne Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEKSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 29 1941 No. 10 m V Dedication of Hew Dormitory on Homecoming fpp Time hns come again for annual Homecoming day. It is a time of celebration renewing old acquain- tances and making new friends. At this time we wish to extend a cor- dial welcome to all of the cx-students even though we know and they know that anyone who has ever been con- nected with Hnnlln-Slmmons is al- ways welcome home. But today is n special day; a day set aside for the exes and we believe and hope that they will enjoy this homecoming more than any they have experienced before. For many years we have been com- plimented on our spirit our manners away from school and our cordiality but never have the students of liar-din-Simmons made such an impres- sion on West Texas as they did last week at Lubbock. Papers in various parts of the state have carried edi- torials and stories on our sportsman- ship our team our band and Cow- girls. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 November 1941

' 2 ir-i Pat S THE H-SU BRAND November 29 1941 COWBOYS OPPOSE UNBEATEN YELLOW JACKETS TODAY IX m- t . V fc"' IT- 'it B- I IS iv I.. IW.Z- MR ?' ; '. i fc'jrv. '4 . ?? ft.'. 1 'i V . .W '. a f U " ' - it Only Cowboys Can Mar Perfect Season For HPC Tempe Game Final Contest of Season Next week tho Cowboys journey to Tempe Arizona for their final bout of the year; a conference contest with Arizona State College of Tempo. The Ranchers must win this gamo to end the conferenco raco in a tio with Arizona University for tho champion- ship. Last year Hanlin-Simmons defeat- ed the Bulldogs 17 to 0 in the annual rose festival classic at Tyler. The Tempe team has won only one conference gamo this season lost three and tied one. For the past two years they finished at tho top of the circuit and were hosts at the annual Sun Bowl gamo at El Paso. The Bulldog team coached by Dixie Howell was beaten by Texas Mines a team trounced 44 to 14 by the Cow- boys two weeks ago but have since shown great impr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 November 1941

1 i".vtrii'fiWt"'ref'1 November 29 1941 THE H-SU BRAND Pfe a DEFENDERS OF THE PURPLE AND GOLD WELCOME EXES WELCOME H-S.U. EXES FRANKLiN'S From University Cleaners Quality Cleaning At Exceptionally Low Prices 1317 Ambler McBcth and Wife Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 234 Pine ? Welcome Exes- The Pender Company 273 Cypress St Manufacturing Stationers "The West Texas House" Office Supplies School Supplies Phone 7225 HOWDY EX COWBOYS! LET'S ROLL THOSE YELLOW JACKETS! Lucmn n PLumeinG coin 350 Chestnut Dial 7371 "Plumbing On Campus Improvements By Us" To all my friends of Hardin-Simmons although I can't sec each of you personally here's my sincerest best wishes to you on your re- turn to the campus. Gib Sandefer Grad of 27 Fine Shoes and Hose Ackers Shoe Store 266 Cypress St. 'iBBBBm ' Ci BhBiBtKjMkBmW KJjHflHMBaBt mM?' "-H : JBBBfiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi BBr"" '' '"'.4? 1 i yrl" -ji'; ".Bk. iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB! fHBBLMh? f"4 i ! ;.Hi fPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPM BBBBBl ''BBBBBBBBi .BBBBBBBBBBB? IbbbbbbbbbbbbbEI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 November 1941

-ir- Pag. 4 THE H-SU BRAND November 29 1941 ?pv '- l4 ' I w V? i K ' "- " i ' -iJ V IfO- Ik Ottp $&. 1. Srattn Saddle Songs A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during tho school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club In tho interest of tho Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. . Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1917 at tho Postoffico nt Abilene Texas under 'act of March 3 1012 Subscription Price per year .$1.00 POUR OINQUAINS By Marvin Miller HAVEN'T WE MET BEFORE? Somehow I seem to know That you nntl I have known Each other longer thnn this space Of dnys. REGRESSION Before "Wo said "good-bye" I thought: "I will bo brave I" How strange that now I sometimes smilo Through tears I RIPPLES Like rain Upon n pool The thoughts of you can shako The placid surface of my miud. I wait. Campus Camera Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 or 6751 MB3MasBaMssa3EcncaMKanaBsn9aBSsc3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 November 1941

i November 29 1941 THE H-SU BRAND Pge 5 TEXAS TECH HARD-PRESSE0 TO EKE OUT 7-0 WIN OVER FIGHTING RANCHERS Over 10000 Watch turkey Day Classic A hnrd-flghtinjr outnumbered Cow- boy football team held the high-ranking Texas Tech Red Raiders to a mea- ger seven point victory In tho re- newal gamo of an old rivalry at Lub- bock on the President's Thanksgiving Day. A crowd of 10000 which almost filled tho Raider's horseshoe stadium watched tho twa teams fight on fair- ly even terms for tho full CO minutes of tho game tho grid classic of West Texas. Doth teams missed some golden scoring opportunities but only one foray resulted In a score. This came in tho second quarter after the Raid- ers had passed the plunged for G2 yards with Austin Smith and Bain sharing honors at gaining yardage. The killing wns made from tho 26 when Smith passed to Bain on the 15 nnd there was no one nround to touch him on his romp into the end zone. That touchdown finished tho scor- ing but by no means ended the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 November 1941

'jra'lW'SiB''-l(r(fTTJ(fWplo V IW Page 6 THE II-SU BRAND v November 29 1941 Dr. Zimmerman Pays Tribute To President White Writing of tho recent convention of Southern Baptists in Arizona Dr. 11. A. Zimmermnn state secretary pays tho following tributo to Presi- dent W. R. White: Dr. W. R. White tho dynamic presi- dent of Hardin-Simmons University at Abilene Texas brought new hope and courago to face difficult tasks in one of tho most trying periods of the world's history. Dr. White's optimism is not of tho "Polyanna" typo but of tho typo of the conquest which seizes victory from defeat through tho blood of the Lamb. His message to the re- port of "Social Service" stirred old desires and created new ones to enter tho warfaro against sin and wicked- ness in high places and low. Dr. White is a crusader for law and order and decent living as well as an humble follower and preacher of tho Gospel of Jesus Christ as a basis for such crusading. Ho was very much at homo among n group of stude...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1941

) look Out Attn Jt&ie Gomel Sadie. 2uen QotoMuUicMt Qtuday Aiftt Hl Vol. XXV Z714 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 6 1941 No. 11 I Valtin To Tell Dramatic Experiences Monday Night mmmm The girls on the enmpus nro really going to hove n big tlmo next week. Whnt with nil the boys running wild and no one to go with it is really going to be fun and some of the coeds will hnvc n chance to go with that handsome "Romeo" they hnve been wanting to hnve n date with for such a long time and the boys will sec Just how they stand. Many of them are liable to be disappointed Wo believe every ex nlumnl and student was well pleased with the Homecoming this year. We really had more to offer thnn we have had in the last few years. A new dor- mitory to dedicate a big new Cowgirl show for the football game nnd a larger variety of programs to offer. And with the homecoming in the background and the 1941 football sea- son coming to a close we begin to realize that the Christmas holiday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1941

fflSfl-'! -.w ( Pat 2 THE H-SU BRAND December 6 1941 I' I r V K- fer. & It St $-. 1. Irani) A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by tho Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter June 22 1017 at the Postofflco at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912 mmmmmmKMmTmmmMaxsBaxjmLJmmAM)tsix.:j.vi.m.i.tf irm-i ? r ' n i nil Subscription Prico per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones ;7211 or 6751 MPMiaaNTID rod NATIONAL ADVIftTttIN V National MrtWigS.cihe. CtlUf Prtlltltn KfnunftiH t 40 Madwon Avi. Niw York. N. V. MH . Son! Ut AHILII IAR fttHIM JULIAN ATWOOD JR . .Editor JOHN BURNETT Business Manager Shcrwyn McNair Sports Editor Joe Morris Associate Editor Rebel Hope Feature Editor Mary Nell Hamilton Asst. Feature Editor Miriam Yates Asst. Feature Editor Mac King Exchange Ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1941

THE H-SU BRAND Part i H-SU TEMPE GAME FINAL BORDER CONFERENCE BATTLE Cowboys Need Win Over Bulldogs To Share Title . I BRAND-BRONCO TEAM KEEPS PERFECT RECORD BY 14-6 VICTORY OVER WRAMBLING WRECKS IN FEUD BOWL TILT December 6 1941 ' Out to keep their slnto elenr on the first year of Border Conference mem- bership the Hnrclin-SimmoiiB Cow- boys will invade Tempo tonight for the season's finale with Dixie How- ell's doughty Arlzotm State Bulldogs rulers of the loop the two past sea- sons. Coach Warren Woodson's Cowboys drilled against Tempe formations and polished their own offense daily this week in gunning for n third con- ference win that can earn them n tic for the title with the University of Arizona Wildcats. Hardin-Simmons trounced Texas Mines 44 to 14 and downed West Texas State 20 to 13 in earlier con- ference frays. Arizona defeated five conference members playing a round robin with all member schools booked prior to last spring's expansion and finished with five wins in n ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 6 December 1941

cmiwotMw " - ' " jn si r r Page 4 THE II-SU BRAND Loyalty Is Pledged By Breck Exes BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ALUM- NI AND EX-STUDENTS ASSO- CIATION OP HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY OP BRECKEN- RIDGE TEXAS AT THEIR MEETING OP NOVEMBER 25 I 1041: First wo pledge onco ngnln to cx- timsR nur clnnnnaf. Invn nml nnnMntn. r s tlon for that great noble man nml l . ' fnrmM- nrnatrlnnf Ti .T T CnmlnfAw !" " . " UUIIUIICll His character was true his motives high and his leadership and teaching masterful. One of his greatest char- acteristics was to look forward and wo as his former students whilo cherishing his memory look to the future and pledge our very best ef- forts to build a greater Hardin-SIm-mons. Wo know that this would sat- isfy his noblest hope and would be his chief ambition. Second we feel deeply that Dr. W. R. Whito is the very man who could havo been found to tako his place and to build upon the noble founda- tion which ho made. Having perfect confidence in Dr. White's character abilit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1941

and Stamp and StampA. Vol. XXV Z7H HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVEHSITY AUILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 13 1911 No. 12 a fpM BbbbM Bhmm bSDbmM bYbV bMbbbb bbI bBb H bW b" "jL Louise Power of The inevitable has finally hap- pened and even though it was a sur- prise to many it didn't take but a few short hours fo rthe entire popu- lace of the United States to join in one compact unit to help defend democracy and to put all of the axis powers into submission. And it is easy to see just how well the students on the H-SU campus re- acted to the surprise attacks by the "blood-thirsty" Japs. In a few short hours all of us had forgotten our les- ser ills and petty grievances and in mind as well as actions gave our full support to the government. Several have already postponed their education to help either in de- fense projects or in the army and it is certain that many will do the same at the end of the semester. Thcso men need our help and support be- cause it is going to be hard for them to leave all their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1941

R ' Page 2 THE H-SU BRAND December IS 1941 '&rmirrw" yvw W .. 7 . X 3f WfV It : tr $1? ij-. 1. Iran A weekly collcgo newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Ilardin-Simmons Press Club in tho interest of Iho Student Body of Hardln- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at tho Postofflco at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 Subscription Price per year yiV) " Ill II I WW I I l I llu llEiI Editorial Office: First Floor Abileno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Offico: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 5751 MPnltlNTtD torn NATIONAL ADVtflTltlNO. Y NatMMl AdvertklitgService Inc. CtlUt PUhlun KtpnmltllM t 420 MADKON AVI. New YORK. N. Y. CHICA40 tatTO LCI AMIlll f mC1KO JULIAN ATWOOD JR Editor JOHN BURNETT Business Manager Shcnvyn McNair Sports Editor Joo Morris Associate Editor ltcbcl Hopo Fcaturo Editor Mary Nell Hamilton Asst. Feature Editor Miriam Yates Asst. Feature Editor Mac King Exchange Editor Marvin Miller...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1941

December 13 1941 THE II-SU BRAND pr X- J S - Cowboy Muckers Are Defending Conference Champions Hardly giving them time to change from football to basketball togs tho Hardln-glmmons cage teams' season opener with Texas Mines comes up In tho local gym Monday night. The first practice session under the new conch Warren Woodson was held Monday a few hours after ho and tho football team returned from the grid finale with Arizona Stato at Tempo but it was Wednesday be- fore tho squad could really open up becauso workmen had not completed repairs in tho Corral sufficient for drills in full blast. Like in football this is tho Bns- kctccrs first season in tho Border Conference and Warren Woodson's first year as coach. The game Monday night first for the Cowboys will bo n continuation of an already successfully launched season for the Miners. The Miners who won tho Border championship last year aro tho only Cowboy foes until after tho Christmas holidays. Woodson has an enviable basket- ball c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 13 December 1941

Page 4 TOE H.SU BRAND December 18 1941 A Fathers Letter HlfeBBBB9l5BW?S?lJlMSSSSMMSVdNMS)S)IMfe4MMMlrtMm -" n.vW'JSBiiW'&jfti iimjWLvjMP-mI HfePHflii bbbBbbbbbbV &' HIk:--rk1k iB k 'bbbIL..bbbbbbB .aHI JHvff 7?KuHls i JbtbtbtbtbtbtbtbtbTbtbtbtbtbtbbtH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB7BBBB!BvBi. ' i VBBBBBH A-f BBBBBBBBBLBBBBBBBBlBVBBBmBBBB bbbbbbbbWAe!Hbv -I rf-k "rAYvBaBY V VAYaYaYBKiBYaYaiVMaWaYBYal Mjmt-W m.i. n m".:' u BBBBBl BKi BBBBBBBBBrBBBBBButSiBBBBBBMBBr bb .bmby-'bw'bYbYbYbYbYbYbYb1'bYbbyHbbt Picture of the Hnrdin-Sinnnous riding school which shows the typicnl western theme of the university. Since its beginning the riding schoolhas ever increased and many now conveniences have be en added. To help typify the western theme n lnrgc number of Arizona encti have been placed on the campus for research and educational work by permission of the stnto of Arizona. Hardin-Simmons University Cowgirl Band If iiif IIBHHMHMBHMHiyHiHr' ;ifff 11 ill ; IKKSbbKVPI wVdlttVBBBBB Iff SB BBHHHHHBl imH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1941

MtftYOUMTMu ' l ' Vol. XXV Z711 IIAKDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 20 1941 No. 13 Ferguson Hall Boys Entertain With Annual Christmas Party mm Less than a week and it will be Christmns duy ntul it's going to bo lota of fun to many especially to those who have not been homo since September. There is going to be lots of celebrating and from the words of many the wnr is not going to slow them down n bit. And why should it? This is a time when nil of us should stop and think of what Christ- mas really means. While wo are thinking of what it means to us let's remember those who aro not so fortunate who may not have a Christmas tree. Maybe there is somcono nearby who will have to rake and scrape to even get enough to eat Christmas day and it will moke us feel so much better if wo give them n kind word as well as material gifts because kind words help more than anything else around Christmas time. They are never forgotten and they can never bo taken away from any one. Because...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1941

r . "" f - I THE H-SU BRAND December 20 1941 JW 'Jw.wJj ijr' 'tppm'w -"v- w---ni. jtt . - r( rv 'i ir ( IH x Cf tab fl K i .! - -y !X- ii c i ii. ft .. 1 ? -t .- V for Hf A s 4 . : iv . - X V KT.V-- SvV - r; ' ; lCJ. .? 3 E tf . t i J' Mv K3f 3H if-. $. Vrmtd A 'weekly college newspaper published every Saturday d-rta the school -year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Cteb in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin- Simmons University. Entered as Second Class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Postofflco at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012 Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Offico: First Floor Abilcno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 mamMttmmatiBamKmtmmmamammwKwaiamKaaaaxBaaamtBtaamHWK RtMttlNTKD ton NAT 104 At ADVIATlBIM BY IMiM-IMnVV-nUWi-gdViwlCVj MC 0 to-n An-tefM t 4SO Madison Avk. New York N. Y. huh poctoi Uc A-tiii tun rnuwttt JULIAH ATWOOD J& Editor JOSX BUUfETT Business Manager Sherwyn MoNair Sports Edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1941

5W pffWrt L " IW V6?" W ifw- " "! December 20 1941 TIIE II-SU DRAND Para S Miners Cowboy The Texas College of Mine's bus- ketbnll tenm defending champions of tho Border conference cage race proved that they still have some of tho championship ability left by strik- ing down tho Cowboys CO to 30 In tho lnttor'a season opener Monday night. It was the final game of a road trip ror tho Miners and the only one in which they were victorious. They lost to powerful West Texas State and Texas Tech In the first two. Tho Cowboys enjoyed a brief load . at tho start of tho game but the Miners soon undermined this and gained a margin never seriously threatened by tho Cowboys. A field goal and free shot gave tho Ranchers a 3 to 0 lead but after four minutes of piny the Miners took over 7 to 5. Despite tho fact that the Cowboys had tho benefit of only four days practice they displayed somo talent that may develop Into a pretty po- tent squad. A newcomer Bob Steele transfer from Lon Morris Junior co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 December 1941

jjnF "V v t. Page 4 THC H-SU nnAfJD A. J. Bell Blind Student Wants to Do His Share to Defend Uncle Sam By REBEL HOPE A. J. Bell blind student at H-SU who recently was elected fo Alpha Chi has it all over soma of us in the way of studying. Alpha Chi members as you know are chosen from tho upper 10 per cent of the Junior and senior class according to scholarship etc. A. J who is a jun- ior this year is majoring in violin. Ho learns his music entirely by car that is by hearing Mr. Preston play it over several times and memorizing it. Mr. Preston declares he has an car "with perfect pitch." A. J. is a member of tho H-SU symphony or chestra. The ability to memorizo plays a major role in A. J.'s life. In algebra clnss ho must memorize formulas etc. "Then when I get to class I just dictate to the teacher tho way the problem should bo worked." In history and government classes it's another matter entirely. A. J. has to have someone read his assign- ments to him. Malcolm Malcy is his reader ...

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