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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 January 1922

..................... THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TE X A S The Menorah Society met !ast Wed- nesday at the Montefiore HaH. Miaa Fanny Black registered late this term, having spent an extra week in Beaumont, where she went for the hoiiday season. R The Hoots Club met !ast Wednes- day at the home of Miss Ruby King. Next week the meeting wiH be at the home of Miss Pauiine Jordan. Miss Aiice Gray Sears spent severa! days in Austin this week, having gone up to attend the initiation of new members into the Zeta sorority. Dr. Weiser is in Port Arthur today attending the meeting of the State Chemiea! Association at which he wiH read a paper on "Coiiodia! Chemistry." R Dr. Sherwood Eddy, of internationa) fame, wiH be at Rice Institute from January 24 to 27. Students who heard his tatk iast year wiil be interested in hearing that he is to be here again. The Btue Moon Ciub held its initia- tion party iast Saturday night at the home of one of the members. The affair was an aii-night one, and three...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 January 1922

Bx - - THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS ArcM-Arts Ban WiS' :t EXPLANATION OF CUT We place on sale several hundred pairs of our "Standard Makes." But this sale does not em- brace our entire stock. 10 styles Hanan's Shoes; regular price $15.00 to $16.50 17 styles Hammersmith's "Special regular price $10.00 to $12.00 1. Tun-itdor—bimk suit and hat. 2. Thin, tiKht-eolored waist; fuM skirt, wide tat-e hem; striped materia! wrapped around waist and. over one shoulder, hanging in two pieces in front. 3. Ftower girl—white waist; b!ue skirt caught up, showing yellow and red striped petticoat. Thin white head kerchief falling over shoulders; flower basket. 4. Capucin monk—gray or brown robe. 5. Senorita—tight, pointed bodice; underskirt of same material; large comb; black mantilla; black net or lace skirt; hoops on sides over hips; black elbow-length gloves. 6. Pirate bold, who sailed the Spanish main. 7. Spanish lady—dress of any material, colors preferably red, white, orange or black, or comb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 January 1922

VOLUME vn MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 27, 1922 NUMBER 16 SHERWOOD EDDY RECEIVED HEARTY WELCOME AT RICE DELIVERS TWO LECTURES TO THE STUDENT BODY Eddy's Theme Was on Cam- pus and World Problems R "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, atrocity for atrocity—that's war!" declared Sherwood Eddy before 150 dormitory students assembled in the Commons Tuesday night. It wa< the first of his Rice lectures on camp- us and world problems, and he went into his subject with a vim, display- ing a grasp of principles and a knowl- edge of details which won the atten- tion of his enthusiastic audience from the start. He spoke of three great strifes which have seized the world and which he declared are shaking it to its foun- dations, viz.: National strife, race strife, and class strife. It was to the first of these three that he confined most of his remarks Tuesday. And he seized his opportunity to show how war, modern war, had struck at the roots of human fellowship; he revealed the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 January 1922

THE THRESHER THE THRESHER A weekly newapaper puMhbed by tht; atu- dent* of Rica Inatitwta at Houaton. Texas. Entered as second e!*8* matter October 17, MM. at the pottoMee in Houston. Texaa, un- der the act of March a, 1879. SMhscrtpthw Rates $2.00 per Year, !0c per Copy Thresher OfHce—Room 104 A. B. THRESHER STAFF, 19212: A. D. Batjer, '23 Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '22 Business Manager C. L. Mutton. '22 Asst. Business Mgr. R. S. Bickford, '23.......... Managing Editor Editorial Department Fanny Biack, '23 Associate Editor W. M. Dariing, '23 News Editor Margaret Biack we!!. '22 Asst. News Editor Bt n Mitcht-H. '24 Asst. News Editor Huforti (;oudwin. 23 Spo!*ts Kd'tor Tannie l^e 0!iphant, '23 Co-Ed Editor iiaxe! Cannon. '2H Hoots Editor R. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor Kosoiie JHuriey, '21 Hx-Stude Editor Ed. Mt?Cu!!ou^h, '24. i'eature Editor Business Department Don Wa!ke!. '23 .Circu!ntion Mgr. H. H. Hannan. '23 A*at. Circulation Mgr. M. N. Aitken, '23 Advertising Harry Copcia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 January 1922

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Alpha Rho announces the pledging cf Samuel (Cotton) Shelbume. Friends of Miss Lida Cappell wiii b( glad to team that she will re-enter Rice after having been oat for two weeks. The Palias Athene Literary Society wiH give a luncheon in the Commons Saturday, complimentary to its new members. Miss Mary Alice Elgin was a visitor in the cloisters last week. Miss Elgin is the guest of Miss Marvyn Hirsch while in Houston. Friends of Roy Wilson, who was injured in an automobiie accident last Saturday, are glad to note that he is able to attend ciasses again. B Misses Elizabeth Henderson, Sarah McAshan, and Corinne Mayfield were visitors in the cloisters Monday morn- ing, coming out for the iecture by Dr. Axson. R The regular Saturday night dance was held at the College Inn last Sat- urday night with a large crowd Rice students and Houston people in attendance. R E. B. L. S. had its annual "Parlia- mentary Wrangie" iast Monday. The program was very interesting. Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 January 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS TURKS RULE IN CITY OF TARSUS ONCE AGAIN —*— St. Paut's Armenian CoUege CoMapses When Christian Popuiace F!ee to Safety News of the collapse of St. Paul's Armenian CoHege in Tarsus, CiMcia, with the return of the Turks and the fiight of thq Christian populace has been received from Paul Bobb, a Rice Institute representative in the Near East relief movement, who for neariy two years has been teaching in this little institution, located in one of the storm centers of Asia Minor. The Franco-Turk treaty which gave Cilicia back to the Turks has put Tarsus once more under Moslem rule, and all the development of the school during the past several years now rests at naught. The uncertainty and strife ever characteristic of this troubled region is brought forcibly home in Bobb's letter, dated December 1, and received by Rev. Harris Masterson early in January. The whole story makes a picturesque narrative, and one which is made even more interesting through the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 February 1922

VOLUME vn RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 3,1922 NUMBER 17 PROF. RUSSELL CAVE LECTURES ON ASTRONOMY MEASUREMENT OF THE STABS DISCLOSED Dr. Russell Gives Vivid Out- line of The Size of The Stars R That the light from some of the stars which we see every night started toward the earth over a hundred years ago was one of the many interesting facts disclosed in the lectures of Pro- fessor Henry Norris RusseH, Ph. D., of Princeton University, in the Phys- ics Amphitheatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights of the past week. His lectures were very weH attended despite the fact that there were num- erous outside attractions to diminish his audience, namely, the Green Mask plays and two varsity basketball games. Dr. Russell is an eminent scientist and has been awarded the gold medal of the Royal Astronomical Society for his special researches in astronomy. * Thursday night Dr. Russell lectured on the "Light of the Stars." Among the interesting points touched on in this lecture wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 February 1922

THE THRESHER A w«My B*w<Mp*r puMMxd hy the ytn- d<nt<t of Rtc* st Hcaoton. Ent<r#d M txcond et<m matter O^tob^r W, tH16. <st the pootafHe* in Homtoa. TmtM. ""* dcr th' Mt of Mtrch t 1K9. SubMriyHaa Hs(« M M pw Yw. Mo per Copy Thmhor OMt, Hanm M4 A. A THBNSHHK HTAW. M M A. D. Bstj.r. 'Z3 Edttar-tn-Chtef Jake Henry. Jr., M BmtneM Manager C. L. Mutton. '22 A,nt. Buntnen Mgr. R. 8. Bickford, M ManaghtK Editor EMorM Department Fanny Btack. M A*aoei*te Editor W. M. Darting. '2! New. Editor Margaret BtackweM. '22 AMt. New< Editor Hen MitcheM, '24 Asst. New* Editor Bufm-d (Godwin, '23 Sporta Editor Tannte Lee OUphant. '23 Co-Ed Editor Haze] Cannon, '25 Hoots Editor R. E. Warn. '23. Exchange Editor Rme!)e Hurtey, '21 Ex-Stude Editor Ed. McCuOouKh, '24 Feature Editor Buaineaa Department Don Watker. '23 Circulation Mgr. K H. Hannan. '25 Aitet. Cireuiation Mgr. M. N. Aitken. '23 Advertising Harry Copeiand. '23 Adverttaing Reportere Ainm Uavidaon C. H. Parsuns Jtw Hitter J K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 February 1922

* ***' - - - — THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON,TEXAS )9Hi '_. Misa Ouida and Avi< Bailey spent last week-end in Galveston visiting their parents. The Blue Moon C!ub announces as pledges Misses Shirley Cowen and Jane LaugMin. Warner Duckett, a member of the Texas basketball team was a visitor in the cloisters iast week-end. Friends of Miss Juanita Foster are g!ad to weicome her at schoo! again after her absence of two weeks iHness. Mrs. Coieman of Corpus Christi and Stewart Coieman were among the out- of-town guests in Houston for the Rice-Texas basketbaii game. Any students interested are invited to the open meeting of the French C!ub next Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Gene King. Wi!i Hair spent Monday in Houston visiting friends at Rice and in Hous- ton. Mr. Hair is at present employed in Tempie. He has been at Rice for the past two years, but dropped out iast term. The Hoots Ciub heid initiation of their pledges at the home of Miss Pauline Jordan. Misses Frances Swartz, Marguerit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 February 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS BAYLOR AND S. M. U. PREYS TO OWL CAGERS Two Hard Games Face Rice When They Meet Mus- tangs and Bruins The Owl cagers left Thursday night for Waco, where they will play Bay- lor and Dallas, where a game is sched uled with the S. M. U. five. The games witt take place Friday and Sat- urday nights. Practice has centered during the past week on the looping of goals, a feature in which the Owls have proved weak. Team work is gradually de- veloping, and the quintet is being wt-tded into a hard-fighting unit, even if not a successful one. Baker, Wittis, Swartz, Coleman, Alexander, H. R. and J. P. McKean and Kennedy were among the Owls chosen for the trip. Lyons, Bradshaw, Scott, Keily and ttitt make up the Baytor team. Lyons is an expert goat shooter, the star of the Bear basketeers, white Bradshaw is an unusuaity fast and dangerous man. The game witt be hardfought bfyond doubt. Baylor, white beaten def isivety by Texas, showed sptendidty against A. & M., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 February 1922

<3, sn VOLUME VII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 10, 1922 NUMBER 18 TEIBP ATMrt 1HTTTT T RnnnL K# AMU SQUALL ASSOCIATION HAS BEEN ORGANIZED WILL HOLD A BANQUET _ANNUALLY Adoption Of a Constitution And Election of Officers Perfected at Meeting R Organization of the R and Quill As- sociation was perfected with the adop- tion of a constitution and the election of officers at a meeting of qualified wearers of the emblem in the Autry House Monday night. The prime pur- pose of the organization is to create cioser bonds between alumni and ex- student wearers of the insignia and active members of the association, which, it is thought, will tend to raise the standards of student publications. The following officers were elected to serve through the remainder of academic year: President, J. Tom Rather, Jr.; vice-president, Miss Adele Waggaman; secretary-treasurer, Brit- tain F. Payne. The annual election of officers will be held at a stated meet- ing of the association immediatel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 February 1922

T H E TH BJESH E E :: HO UST 0 N.T E X AS THE THRESHER A wotMy newtptpM puhHthtd by tho <tu< dento of Rba iMtituta at Houataa, Tom*. Entered M <wod ctaM matter Oetobtr W. t919. St the poatofHea in Houaton, Texas. an der the act of March !, 1M9. Bohaartptton Rataa M OO per Ytsr. !0« ^ar Copy Thmhtr OfOce—Boom A. B. THRESHER gTAW. MM A. D. Batjer. M Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. 2Z Butlneat Manager C. i,. Duttun. '22 At't. Baaineaa Mgr. R. 8. Bickford. M Managing Editor Editoria! Department Fanny Biactt. '23 .Asaociate Editor W. M. Darting. '29 Newa Editor Margaret Biaekweii. '22 Aast. News Editor H<n Mitchell. 24 Awt. News Editor Uuford Cuudwin. '23 Sporta Editor Tannie !<ee Oiiphant. '33 Co-Ed Editor Hacel Cannon. '25 Hoota Editor K. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor Roaeile Hurley. '2i Bx-Stude Editor Ed. McCuilough. '24 Feature Editor Baaineaa Department Don Walker. '23 Circulation Mgr. H. H. Hannan. '2R Asst. Circulation Mgr. M. N. Aitken. '23 Advertising Harry Coptl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 February 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Sigma Beta announces the pledging oi Miss Giadyo Stewart. Mise Lydia Smith was a visitor in the Cioisters Tuesday. B Miss Lois Gresham of Tempie ar- rived this week to be the guest oi Miss Sidney Swett. R The Y. W. C. A. meeting this week was devoted to the study oi Dr. Fos- dick's iittie book, "The Meaning oi Service," which proved to be very in- teresting. Misses Dorothy Mathews, Luia Hig- gins, and Margaret Cooper spent iast week-end in Bryan, where they went to attend a bam dance given by A. & M. students. Mrs. H. L. Nicholas of Cieveiand, Ohio, who has been visiting her son and daughter, Mr. H. O. Nicholas and Miss Florence Nicholas, for several days has returned to her home. R Mrs. Maurice Goldman and Dr. Ray K. Daily are giving a tea for the Col- lege Women's Club on February 10, at the home of Dr. Daily, 604 Branard Avenue. The Senior girls of Rice are cordially invited to this affair. The members of the Tattlers' Club enjoyed last week-end...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 February 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS TEMPLE SOCIETY HOLD MEETING B J. Dixie Smith, head of the DeMolay organization of Houston, was the prin- cipal speaker at the regular meeting of the Temple Society in the 3rd floor debating room of the South Dorm, Wesnesday, February 1. The Tempie Society, which is com- posed of Masons of the Masters' or higher degrees, was organized during the first term and is now executing a definitely planned program. The association plans to have many of the prominent Masons of Houston to ad- dress it at regular intervals. At the last regular meeting, Mr. Smith taiked along Masonic lines and urged members of the society to lend special attention to the instruction of Masons "on the road" to the Master's degree. He concluded the address by inviting the membership to attend meetings of Houston lodges. While the Temple Society is in no way connected with the DeMolay or- der, the society sponsored the first annual "stag party," held in the tap- room of the Brazos Hote...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 February 1922

\ VOLUME vn RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 17, 1922 NUMBER 19 A STAC SMOKER IS TO BE STAGED BY THE Y. M. C. A. EXCELLENT PROGRAM ARRANGED R Short Talks and Other Kinds Of Entertainment WiU Be Presented "Stag Night" will be put on by the Rice Y. M. C. A. before the term is out, President J. L. Davis announces. The affair is now being lined, up, and it is hoped to make a rea!!y big thing out of it. All male students are to be invited, and there wi!i be entertain- ment of every description. Marion Lindsey is in active charge of prepa- rations. Instrumental selections, glee club renditions, solos, recitations and vari- ous other numbers will appear on the program. There will be plenty of smokes and refreshments and a bit of group singing, such as proved so popular during Sherwood Eddy's visit. Altogether it is planned to make this night one to be remembered by all who attend, and a sort of appreciative rec- ognition of support extended the "Y" in its recent campaign. Some $475...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 February 1922

THE T HNESH E R :: HO U STOK. T E XA6\ THE THRESHER A new*p*per puMtahad by tha $tu- dcnta of Rtcc in*t!tute At Houaton, T#x&H. Entered w geeond ehM* mntter October 17, 19M. At the postoMe* ^ Howton, TexM. un- der the net of Mnreh 3, 1879. Bnbacript^n Rnten $2.00 per Year, lOo per Copy Threeher OfHce—Room 1$4 A. B. THRESHER HTAFy, MM-M A. D. Bntjer, '23 Editor-!n-Chief Jake Henry, Jr., '22 Buaineae Manager C. L. Dutton, '22 .,.A*st. Buaincaa Mgr. R. 8. Bickford, '23 .....Managing Editor Editorial Department Fanny B!ack, '23 Associate Editor W. M. Darting. '23 News Editor Margaret BlackweM, '22 Asst. News Editor Ben MitchfH. '24 Asst. News Editor Huford Goodwin. '23 Sports Editor Tannic Lee Oiiphant. '23 Co-Ed Editor Haze! Cannon. '25 Hoots Editor R. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor KoseHe Huriey, '21 Ex-Stude Editor E<i. McCuiiouKh, '21 Feature Editor Business Department Don Walker. *23 Circulation Mgr. it. H. Hannan. '23 Asst. Circulation Mgr. M. N. Aitken, 23 Advertising Harry ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 February 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS IjSOC EXCHANGES Tom Moore, who was in Rice until Christmas of this year, pledged CM Phi at the University of Texas. Several members of the Blue Moon Club, chaperoned by Miss Susie Hur- ley, spent last week-end on the bay. —a— Stuart Geizendanner, who has been at Texas University since Christmas, visited friends in the dormitories this week. The average scholastic standing of the students in the University of Okla- homa for last semester was 3.2105. The Oxford University international assembly, composed of students from 34 countries, has voted to admit to membership German students. B In the last two weeks S. M. U. has sold $38,000 worth of lots on the Uni- versity Addition. Most of the sales have been to instructors in the Univer- sity. Mrs. Susan B. Collins of St. Louis, Mo., is in Houston for a visit to her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Swabey. Malcolm McCorquodale, a student at Rice for three years, but now attend ing Texas University, was i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 February 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS JUNIORS PREPARE FOR PROM The junior camp is the scene of energetic activity with the annua! prom approaching, decorations stiii to be provided for, and not enough dues paid to render the affair finan- ciaHy secure. The class expects to overcome a!) these obstacles, however, and turn out a prom this year worthy of the best traditions of the school. Before Tuesday night, Feb. 31, there is enough work to keep every avaiiabte junior busy, afternoons and nights. The eariiness of the prom and the delay in getting started has made a great dea! of last-minute prepara- tion necessary, and the oniy solution of the difficulty is prompt response from every member of the class who is abte to give his time. Dues are stiii coming in slowly, if at all, and there is a fear of financial difficulty unless conditions are rem- edied. The fact that the Junior class is st< small this year has made it nec- essary for the treasurer to exact dues front every third or fourth ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 February 1922

) .'LW... .'"'A. ' ' H.# VOLUME VII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 24, 1922 NUMBER 20 PROM PROVES TO BE A GREAT SUCCESS DECORATIONS ADD NEW ZEST TO HAPPY DANCERS Realistic Vision of The Dev- il's Quarters Was Play- ground For Fun Another junior prom has passed in- to history. However, the class of '22, in giving the^ustomary affair in hon- or of the seniors, has left a mark that seems unsurpassable. The junior prom of 1921 given last Tuesday night was one of the most unique and clever affairs ever offered to Rice students, and the whole plan was elaborately conceived and nicely carried out. Not until 9:30 was the curiosity of the guests satisfied. Until that hour they were kept in the Commons prop- er, while the door to the dancing floor was carefully guarded. The campus was flooded with lights and vari-col- ored lamps suspended from the towers illuminated a large "Twenty-Three." At 9:30 an openipg "funeral march" was led by President Robert M. Winnsborough with Miss Allie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 February 1922

T H E THRES H E B :: H 0 U ST O N.TEX A S THE THRESHER A waakty n*wtp*P*r puMi<h*d by th« <tu- denUt of Rib* Inititut* nt Hotntan. Texnt. Entered M tarnnd et*M nutter Oetotxr M, Mta. st the ptntofHw in Homtan. TeMO. un- der th* Mt of M*reh !, me. — '— HshxtrtpH^a K*tM M M per Yw. Ms per Copy Thmher OfCc<—RoaS< !M A. B. THRESHER 8TAW. MM-M A. D. Butjer. '23 Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '22 Bu'inew Manttter C. t.. Dutton. '!!!{ AMt. Btninem Mgr. R. 8. Biekford. '23 Managing Editor Editortai Department Fanny Btaek. '23 Associate Editor W. M. Dariinn. '23 Newt Editor Margaret BtaekweU, '22 Aast- New< Editor Hen Mitt'ht-H. '24 Asst. News Editor Muford Coodwin. '23 Sports Editor Tannie Lee Oiiphant, '23 Co-Ed Editor Haae) Cannon. '2S Hoots Editor R. E. Warn, '23 Exchange Editor Ktneiit- Hurit'y, '21 ...Ex-Stnde Editor Ed. MeCuMough, '24.. Feature Editor Business Department t)on Walker. '23 CircuiationMgr. R 1! Hannan. '2ft Asst.. Cirepiation Mgr. M. N. Aitken. '23 Adver...

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