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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 December 1927

' V ' i • ■ { ■ .= iv(, V • ■ .;| .! -*1 -■ ■■■■. . TARLETON PLOWBOYS STATE CHAMPIONS IN ♦ ♦ + + ♦'> + + + ♦ + ♦ + + + * .+■"'• ■> + BEHAVIOR THANKSGIVING + * DAY + ♦ ■ ' ■ + . -f The true Tarleton spirit pre- + + vailed oii the campus and ev- + -f erywhere last Thursday. We + , + had as guests several hundred 4- + visitors, all ,of whom were -f ■f given a cordial welcome. Even -f the Grubbs supporters were + 4- treated with courtesy and re- + +■ spect, although we couldn't + ■f sympathize with their choice -f + and feelings. - + -f The special train from Arl- + ■f ington arrived at about 12:30 ■+; 4- noon: It was met by the pa- '+ + rade of the whole student body + 4- of Tarleton. After they were + + seen safely off the train, the + 4- parade proceeded to town and + ■f then back to the college. This + + parade was a means of show- + 4- ing the feeling of fellowship + "f that exists between the two + 4- institutions. Although the + + students of the two schools + + are bitter ...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 December 1927

\ , \ • THE GROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY the stores catering to the college people HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side "•'i "GJtRLS RIFLE TEAM TO #1 HAyE MATCHES SOON (Continued from page 1) for the coming matches. The . extra members have been eliminated, and lately the girls have been practicing with more de- termination than ever, in order that they may compete favorably with other teams. They are eager to have' a better team than the boys " have. /• Besides working hard to make the, rifle team one of the most worthwhile clubs, the girls also want a social element in the orga- nisation; and they have been plan- ning social affairs which will help to make the members know each other better. . POPULAR PLAY TO BE GIVEN BY STUDENTS ing as she saw those ladies act at the theatre. While she is' still at the apartment, her father and mother are announced. Amy hides in the cupboard. Later, when she is found, she astonished them all by announcing her engagement. Of course e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1927

uh \ VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBEli 9, 1927. NUMBER 13. Dean Davis Represents Tarleton at Teachers' Meet Ml ^ Listen, Plowboy DON'T to think that it is about time to forget the past Thanksgiv- ing holiday festivities, riotous liv- ing, the coming Christmas holidays., the corresponding frolics,—all of those things, and get down to work for a change? Really, it would be surprising to many of us what wonderful things we could accom- plish with a little application of our thoughts, to our tasks, besides easing the fears uf our professors that many of us aren't going to make the grade. TO BE SURE, there would be surprises in store for many of us if we would haul the dusty, dirty stock down off of our shelf, take an inventory, dust and air our goods, and put them back. WE MIGHT FIND, like many srierchants do, that the wares We thought were i gwtt condition have become shop-won}, moth- aaten, and corroded.' We might find that the ideas..that we suppos- ed' wore and fresh hud been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1927

V — HEADQUARTERS FOR HOLIDAY GOODS SERVICE DRUG STORE DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as second-cUiMy mail matter at the postoffict* ia Ste- phenvillc, Texas, under the Act oi Congress of March 3, 1879. ps EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief - . Gabe T.ewLs Assistant Editor . - ----- --Robert Wood Associate Editor . - - Lurlyne Sellers Sports Editor . - - Ti. L. (Ned) White FacullV Adviser - Eleanor Atkinson Graduate Associate Barney Wilcox Exchange Editor . - Charles Ferguson Feature Editor - Weldon Hart BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Paul Allen Assistant Business Manager — - Oran Stovall REGULAR REPORTERS Mary Lee McCurdy Vernon lloiley Lewis Nordyko Lucile Kyle Leon Stiusoii Opal BuLler Clinton Glover Paul Holdridge Lylia Enberg Zeddie Fdgar Lucas Dixon Tullus Smith TARLETON'S R. 0. T. C. UNIT V' A number of cadets, in fact too many, have the wrong1 at- titude towards the Military training. And as strange as it may seem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1927

V mm STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— Everything for the Student. Phone 244 x , \ EXCHANGE \ VIDETTESTO HAVE EMBLEMS FOR UNIFORMS Shoulder I'atch and Sweater Era- blcinH Will Distinguish Videttun From Remainder «f Corps The Vidette emblems will soon be hern, uiid in a lew days the Videttes may bo (listingmailed by bright-colored shoulder patches ou the le-ri shoulders of the uniform blouses, Fiji Ktveial month* the military dop:tt tmwit has been wording on some pliin Ihiit might distinguish the Videttes from the rest of tho cadet corps, and hi hojhu measure reward them for the effort! that they have put foith, After much consideration, we have choker the shoulder patch and sweater emblem. They were designed here, and they ditfer only in size, the sweater em- bletii being several times larger than the shoulder patch. This is worn on the front of the sweater. COMPANY B SENSE AND NONHHNSE The patch, m the shape of a shell, has an infantry blue back- ground. It has a large scarlet "T" up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1927

THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side DEAN DAVIS REPRESENTS TARLETON AT TEACHERS' MEET IN STATE FLORIDA (Continued from page 1) visited the first building crected in the present United States and went through it. This buil'ding is made of cedar, fir, and a sort of cement shell obtained from the oconn de- posits. He also visited Fort Marion, This fort is built of coqun^,' obtained from quarries about two miles be- low the house. The walls are about twelve feet thick at th* base, nine - ^gct it the top, and about twenty- flve feet high. The guns are mount- ed on a covering: over a space be- tween the inner and outer walls .•which is about forty feet wide. Within the fort are rooms in which the Spanish courts wore held far back through many rooms, series of prison cells, and vaults. Eecently, within the fortress, back of all the vaults and prison rooms, another dungeon room coh- taining bones and ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 December 1927

i r ■ !•. •' • ■ fr" " . • kvf ■1 l\- ■"■ 1,A ■ r*. t^K W. ■ K-1 >* A W * '<¥ ^AKE out your pencil aocT figure— ^ 2,000,000 divided by a*— [The answer's the number of Christmas good wishea, That I have been wishing for you I VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 16, 1927. NUMBER 14. MERRY CHRIS Listen, Plowboy | AT LAST Christmas Js almost here. That joyous holiday season we love so well has arrived. In a few days we will leave Tarleton for our respective ho'mes. And we will be happy—yes, very happy among, the ones at home. PERHAPS a few have been hin- dered in their progress towards good grades by home-sickness. This is a good time to overcome this. A few"' days at home will make life seem brighter and more hopeful to many. -- -- - 1 BUT while we are at home enjoy- ing all the good things that go with (Continued on page 4) A CORRECTION We wish to correct the idea that the J-Tac box is a mail box for Santa Glaus. During the past week the staff has been busy taking let ters ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 December 1927

'Tr7? X. HEADQUARTERS FOR HOLIDAY GOODS SERVICE MUG STORE DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as second-elass mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenyille, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ... Assistant Editor Associate Editor . Sports Editor Faculty Adviser Graduate Associate Exchange Editor — Feature Editor „.. — Gabe Lewis —Robert Wood . Lurlyne Sellers L. (Ned) White Eleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox Charles F'erguson Weldon Hart ..R. + + + + + + + + + + Business Manager'. BUSINESS STAFF , ' ... : , ...... Paul Allen Assistant Business Manager .'. ; Oran Stovall REGULAR REPORTERS Mary Lee MeCurdy Lewis Nordyk,e Leon Stinson , Clinton Glover . Lylift iEnberg Lucas Dixon Vernon Holley Lucile Kyle Opal Butler Paul Holdridge Zeddie Edgar Tullus Smith " { - " Your Christmas Holidays : ^ The Christmas holidays, to the students of Tarleton, mean "' : : ^ more than the celebrati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 December 1927

"4" STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO Everything' for the; Student, Phone 244 i':; S- Tftrleion College Wins Firs DRAMATIC GROUP OF TARLETON TO PRESENT PLAY FRIDAY NIGHT V;, - On Friday, December 16, at 7.'.30 in the .evening, promptly, in the college auditorium, the dramatic group of the Public Speaking and Expression de- partment will present to the public their first long play of the seagon,, "Alice-Sit-by-the- Fire," by the well known and distinguished Scotch p 1 a y- wright and novelist, ,Sir J. M. Barrio. The dramatic group of the Pub- lic Speaking department of Tar- leton has, produced results within the past few years. It is an institution, not a mere or- ganization on the campus. The student body has come to re- gard this dramatic group as a vital part of student activity, and those who have any know- ledge of the work accomplished by the. department anticipate their presentations with unus- ual -regard and pleasure. Only the best obtainable MARTIN BEOS. FILLING STATION Pennant Gas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 December 1927

THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE. STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side LISTEN PLOWBOY r b ■; i .. ■, r 1. • % I .(Continued from page 1) ' holiday festivities, let us think of Tarleton—the school that means so much to us. We 'must tell other interested parties of Tarleton. In this way we will assist in her rapid growth and expansion. THEN after St. Nicholas has paid us his visit, and the spirit of the holidays has begun to wane, we must prepare to return to Tarleton. AND WE MUST not return with a spirit of failing, or of "getting by/' but with a spirit of doing bet- ter—of doing our very best. Then our Christinas vacation will have been, a success. I thank you. HARRIS BROS. Everything1 for the Light House Keeper Phone 287 We Deliver MERRY XMAS —AND A PROSPEROUS , (NEW YEAR ORENH. ELLIS H. E. BRAEUER ■ e. ;W. McNeill barber shop ■ r. Formerly White Sanitary " Barber Shop • Hair Cut 25c—Shave 15c Peacock Barber and "Beauty Shop ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 January 1928

"Ai . i • "ft. ' "vvr'r/1-, ■ .v : T-: "'V^'r ^rr^rr ' -■ ■ '/:j ■' 'l .-a v1V J: i--i a " '%■ - i •;* ! .> & : iz: '•r-yiyrpfe .i;. avi viifi'T:l>,T 3 VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 6, 1928. NUMBER 15, PLOWBOY THE DOPE SHEET LISTEN here PlowhVud, it won't be long until1 this intercollegiate basketball business begins. 'We've got to do some more fighting all over again. They tell me that the prospects are pretty good, that is, a winning team is almost a fact. E UT, a situation like timt doesn't exduse a single one of us from do ing our part. We've got to lend encouragement to eyery man on the team, help them, boost them, in other words root for theih all the time. SURE, and' the time that they play in games isnit all that counts, Think of the hours, and hours of practice that they have had to put in to attain such a- degree of per- . feefcid n. And furthermore, be it . perfection or not, all of us should ■ back whatever . they do have to show us. I SEE by the papers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 January 1928

MMM'. . '$fX~ EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE / SERVICE DRUGSTORE LET US SERVE; YOU DURING 1928 STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN t .*>*■ : Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of-Congress of March 3, 1879. 'Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor ,— Associate Editor ....... Sports Editor .....—— Faculty Adviser Graduate Associate Exchange Editor Feature Editor ..— EDITORIAL STAFF Gabe Lewis Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers R. L. (Ned) White Eleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox Charles Ferguson Weldon Hart <■_ ■ BUSINESS STAFF' Business. Manager — .— Assistant Business Manager REGULAR REPORTERS ,, Paul Allen __Oran Stovall Mary Lee McCurdy Lewis Nordyke Leon Stinson Clinton Glover Lylia Enberg ' Lucas Dixon Vernon Holley Lucile Kyle, Opal Butler 'Paul Holdridge Zeddie Edgar Tullus Smith DINING HALL ANTICS JSfEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS Of all the emotions peculiar to man there is one distinctly separate from the others, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 January 1928

.f ;-:^;;-v-^p. AND IT CAME TO PASS :^-; Everything for the Student. Phone 244 -'5\ ' cv HERE AND THERE Happy New Year comes from this column. Well, we are all back and al- most ready to go to wo,rk. Aunt Lucy is quite busy this week, and Gabe is one of the unfortunate partakers of Castor Oil, Such are holidays. Paul and Robert look sleepy and can't think of a thing to write. i , A bursted steam pipe in the Armory caused a lot of extra work during Monday drill per- iod. All cadets seemed to be , highly pleased.. (. it is reported that Barney was caught at work during the holi- days. He was trying to sell a tin cup percolator to a newly married lady. The Colonel came back in better condition than he did on Thanksgiving. As early as Tuesday of last week students began to drift into town. We just can't stay away. The Crack Company has a full line of olfieera now; some fine drilling is expected. Some people are rich; some have a son in college. Doubtless the same old Santa that was with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 January 1928

'S';F_ V"' t. „• •v.; \ ." «.yr W11'1 . i" j * t# . , ———? TOK CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG North Side 'XT'. !r SHORT TALKS X | By Faculty Members | By G. O. Ferguson, Associate Bean 4- t On Being Well-Bred As a youth it was my good for tune to have been, placed for a time ■under the instruction of a learned professor who was of the "old school"—a courteous and polished gentleman as well as a scholar. Well do I remember to this good day the emphasis he placed upon being "well-bred" and how he daiiy admonished his. youthful "disciples" to emtilate liigll standards of moral conduct. He* himself was of the Old South, a country gentleman, was a. good sport, fond of the chase, ; reverenced the purity of woman- hood, and yet I very much doubt that his youthful disciples under- stood half he meant when he ad- monished them" to be well-bred. • -What does this term mean? Is is a common possession today or is it to be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 January 1928

"A;.- - ■■■v: T . : ' ■ c "* ! " ' !%'• '. , -> \ . -i •'I ! , ! ' : yv * | i «v "BEHAVIOR IS A MIRROR IN WHICH EVERY MAN REFLECTS HIS OWN IMAGE" —GOETHE. J VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 13, 1928. NUMBER 16. Senior Class '28 Largest in the History of Tarieton PLOWBOY SAY, Plowhand, at the time this article Was -written the returns from the Daniel Baker game have just come in. It is sad -but true- we -were beaten. True—but we're not so sure that it is sad. It can not be sad because that is the sort of a thing that makes a team and a student fight harder and more ef- fectively. NOW, there is no question about it—our team left here in very low spirits and Nobody did a thing about it. Does that sort of thing speak well for us? We should say not! How about seeing that they get off next time with the proper spirit. THERE is a chance for the sav- ing of humanity yet. It seems that even typing teachers ara.humanJor we saw one yawn, just a great big gap, in class today. "SPRING is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 January 1928

a """■ v ■" '" - " 7 TW" T v'vX'. . V "; 1 *;■ 'i ■EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ... Assistant Editor Associate Editor , Sports Editor ..... Gabe Lewis ., ..-Robert Wood .. Lurlyne Sellers R. L. (Ned) White Faculty Adviser - ...~ .Eleanor Atkinson Graduate Associate ..... Barney Wilcox Exchange Editor 1 Charles Ferguson Feature Editor 1— Weldon Hart BUSINESS STAFF Business. Manager — Assistant Business Manager .... Paul Allen ;.Oran Stovall Editor-in-Chief SENIOR EDITORIAL STAFF : Mary Lee McCurdy . Associate Editor —, .• : Clinton Glover /Assistant Editor .«2f.^eddie Edgar Sports Editor : Vernon Holley Exchange Editor .— - - —J. J. Bresenham 1Y. Feature Editor Louis Easterling v Faculty Advisers Mr. Hale and Mrs. Frances R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 January 1928

,- ',-j K .• "\V* /:■' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— , v HENSARLING ; '^UDENTS' • V • • Everything for the Student. Phone 244 EXCHANGE ENJOY A COMFORTABLE BIDE IN OUR TILTLESS BUGGIES Purple Book Makes No. Mention of Buggy Rides m bers of , this illustrious class. These are White, Hosford, Middlebrook, Tucker, Livingston, and Allen. Among these are the president and vice-president of said class. Lively Mules—Also ■; Fresh Hay and Tie Ropes E. J. HOWELL College Representative LIVINGSTON & GARDNER* INC. (Established—Pat. Applied for) THE HOUSE OF GOOD EATS We are all back again. Some are ready to study, some ready to cook, some ready to sling hash, and everyone is ready to eat. Most of the table conversa- tions have been forgotten. How- , ever, one of the most recent conversations still dwells in my ' - mind though the correct details are somewhat dim. It seems that a well known doctor named Harry Boyer was giving a fav- orite lecture on the care of small children. The most im- portant po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 January 1928

in;." v, . •'•'* . ' ' .. jvi! ■ > THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side 4 SHORT TALKS % \ By Faculty Members | X MRS. FRANCES PATE RAMEY T . Associate Professor of Education -r- UD SOME CHARACTERISTICS OP AN EDUCATED MIND The ,doors of the educated mind are ,open. A willingness to know, a readiness to listen, a desire to be convinced—these things are wrought into the fib- er of the developed mind. The treasure-house of the mind is well filled. The edu- cated man must know some- thing and know it well. His knowledge should be general enough to make the universe seem like home and specific enough to make his work in the world a profit to others and a pleasure to himself. < The educated mind has the habit of work. Large mental labors are planned and per- formed without waste, worry or fret. The untrained mind wastes time. in attacking work and worries through its pain ful and poor performance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 January 1928

T—7~ © ' ' --- ^ ij {j ,™**T"i,,i,.nr"1 ri ^ 11 ,IT'. (: A IS FOR ACME t (CONSULT RELIABLE DICTIONARY) ^ : ' WiiM1, IfflRif- RSlMlfifflSH' MM ■!. Ia '! ' ■ ■ 'VWfPillr ■ '' v; SMfl* - u A ff y-\ -"t1 i .; VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 20,1928. NUMBER 17. in ■'=1 - PLOW BOY ■ A student was overheard to say, iii «i very hopeless tone, that some- thing seems to have destroyed our far-famed Tarleton Spirit. BAL- LOON JUICE! The spirit still ex- ists and, in fact, will be found to be quite potent, arid lacks only an Occasion like the games of last week to arouse it to full force. HOW about the pep displayed, at those; two games ? It appears that ^something has ^occurred to reincar- nate in tfee ■ students of our well- beloved . .institution that selfsame, aforementioned, 'do or die' Tarle- ' : ton jjpirit. NO FRUIT, gang, the support that was given the wearers of the purple T,during the two games last week was enough,to warm the auri- cles of any athlete's htart. , LET us continu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 January 1928

■ ' '' " ' '' , . 1 , '• *. r -:-t \ EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE . SERVICE "DRW STf RE LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEAPQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN 1 Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief ... Assistant' Editor Associate Editor. Sports Editor EDITORIAL STAFF F&culty Adviser Graduate/Associate : .... Gabe Lewis Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers JR. L. (Ned)-White .: , .Eleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox Exchange Editor Charles Ferguson Feature Editor „ . ... Weldon Hart .... Paul Allen ..Orian Stovall BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager .....:— J. :— — Assistaht'*i3.usiness Manager — —u COMPANY "A" EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chfef> Lewis Easterling Assistant- Editor Roland Downtain Associate Editor - -— --- Ercel Aycock Sports;" Editor —r Martin Blackburn Exchange Editor ........— — :~..,.....-Leigh Green features Editor1...... , Jodie Suttle Faculty Adviser ; Mis...

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