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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 April 1936

IHK CAMPUS THAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1MM M|> to Qat, Has Hens That Lay Vari'Colored Eggs i t \.< It «t \tw in a |nl\ full I MM ' lock Ink |or- lien 111)'! Ick- 1 th< jt." ' u l>a - * J or" hM Ml. ..f ■net • InV • KM :'ted 20* Hy IIKAWI.KY HSIM All studenth Hint faculty mehi hers of North Texas StaU(, Teacher* College wore indeed glad to hear st week that W. .1 McJonnell, resident of this institution. u- *>ing o resign his position ami go into it specialized industry of raising Kaster chickens. When this enterprising space filler went up to I>r. McJonnell's nek to interview him, the doc- >r was glad t• > see us. In fact, v*as so glad to see us that he Km I 1. lose his African jeep on II- And let us tell you. an Afri Clin jeep is not to he sneezed at. either Why the little rascals are B"t stumped at anything A jeep Cim climh trees ' ctter than a squir I. ami swim better that' Johnny ismuller. f When the president saw that it Was only a dead -heat ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 April 1936

TMK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TBXA8, THURSDAY, APRIL 2. IWM PLAYBOYS OF COLLEGE VISIT NEARBY NIGHT CLUBS "IF I H AD MILLION" SHOWS SATURDAY l! I Had a I.OOO.OOO,OOO.OOOOoo taw, hick, n million)" starrini: Ciary (short tor Gorilla) Cooper. George Boa^ Charles Laughon. and Jack Oakie, whose slogan is "giant oakies from little nut grow," will show in the* Oddito iiuin Saturday night. if somebody suddenly dumped a<cool million into your lap, would you -pond it'.' Sum- it? Well, first I'd soi tf it woro really eool too much hot money these days. Then I'd count it to i«ee how high 1 ran count And then, what'd I d< with it" Well, you see. renvoi* laws are pretty strick. Hut, what'd Hollywood do with a million dollars'.' I don't know You don't know They don't know Nobody don't know. That's the reason they irot a picture on it. The picture has so many stai it looks liko the milky way. Oi maybe somebody up and hit tiii publicity man we get all this dop< from, and ho saw the sta-s. t'harli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1936

61- ■r Let the Chat Spend Ranter In Your Home (Eljp Campus Chat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS 8TATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. 8, 1936 NOTES From The Dm Ntws HAUPTMANN CASE IS HISTOID Nl OK PIONKKK l.ltOIT AROUSES INTEREST hfbkiw Ji <;<;i:i> in BROWN PANTS Frantz Proschowski To Dr. MeConnall To Talk Expect Nearly 300 On Be at T. C April 1<T° E -Stu<<>nb By (UJie With u Iuhi bur«t of flame and .smoke, the Haupttnann murder ease has subsided into the annu.s of crime history. There is no doubt thut the affair received more world-wide attention and has cre- ated more American interest than any othei news-moment of its kind in u hundred years. We do not doubt that there are many aspects of the case tliut were never brought into the light, and it rather turned our stomach to see a condemned man die still valiant- ly (or stubbornly) protesting his " nocence. Was he really guilty ? Some duy, perhvps, that Question will be answered but now it is too late. • . • ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1936

PACK TWO I UK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TKXAS WFDNKBDAY. APRIL tt, 1M6 Take Quartet Of TUjf-CUi To Penn Relays Sport Scripture As Preached By Evans TENNIS SQUABS TAKE TWO MKTS WIN OVER MlSTANt.S OIVES T. c. HI(iH RATING CAW, HAWK CAGE CO-CAPTAINS < IM' \PTAINS Zack Cain, forward. unit Jimmy Hawk, guard. rir chosen liy theit Although official pcrniuiwi ha* la-en delayed, it in practically a certainty that ■ relay team from North Texa* will journey north ward to compete in the nnual Penn Relay* at Philadelphia, the official National Relay* Champion- | H0SPECTS KHK.HT FOR nhip Meet of America The Sa VL-v r x l i usj tional Relay* will be held thin TL'lli year on April 24 and 25 Tr. A !fl The Penn Meet, which i* fea tured not only by the cream of Meeting Friday night in Harris the American crop but by team* ''.vmnaMum, the UMfi-lw.'Ui basket from Englwh universitte* such a* h 11 "4Uad elected a* co-captain^ Cambridge and Oxford, occupies fw ne*< >«'*' /a,k r >n " "i •'<'« the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1936

THE CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TBXAH, WKDNKMDAY, APRIL . 19M Ywammm W?M ah t CHATTERBOX lit SHORTY I As almost all good pt'i'Honul around looking for a hut, fount letters and friendly conversations one, put it on; unci as she was H:<nttliy infinite omethiiH' ahout hiu/.mg downstairs, a draft, wind, tin weather for a starter or a 01 air in a hurry, luckily caught ^tneather" well, the subject Iter amid ships, causing her to re- Mu>' °- more talked about and It's nli*e that while she had been going don alxiut than any other will through the formalities of dress fUinwh a base Cor this short snoop ing she had forgotten to don a MCMtui The mercury slid twice to blouse! ^ the freezing mark as a late sea _____ I Bah ( hop V Mr '.-old wave damaged fr lit and drops during the pant week. A neai iy every male student of the College who lives outside the city limit* will virtually be forced to beiumc a hitch-hiker during the lei holidays, all of us arc hoping for fair weather and an pr pick up. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1936

I'AUK FOUM THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTOK. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. APRIL «. 1 JW wiowi^nc*""' The Campus Chat Quite a number of new books <>n recreation and hob- ble of various sorts have been received by the library. Then is even a collection of the best riddles and conundrums of all ayes. Some of them are very, very ancient, but af- ter . that is the purpose of the book to preserve some of the relics of by-gone w its. Violet Koark. Passing In Review By Raleigh Usry Location- of graduates: Practically all of the -ix hundred members of last year's graduating class are teaching this year. Sor.u of them ith their present position.- are: ( ox. Mrs. Bertha Mae Hill, first grade. James Stephen Hogg School. Dalla- < iix. Charlie, coach and general science. Hall High School, (.al vest on. Cox. .lames Robert, superintendent, Estacado H;rh School, Lorenzo. Cox. William Lee, superintendent. Thalia. < rain. Dolores, fourth grade, Big Spring. Crawford. Ethel Gertrude, grades, T. G. Terry School,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 April 1936

Have You Tried Marqui« Halts Mt>dern drill? 0 Campus Chat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1986 Two Meetings To Be Held This Week Denton Will Make Bid For Collegiate Press Convention V 11S From The I WS \| HS KF.\ WORTH FIFT* (,l< \M TO OPEN «, M l- THOSE M A K IIM \K IM<i NEWSPAPERS MORRIS IOSSES HM \PPLUHI A fitting rival for the ray of light from Arcturus thst opened tin gate* to tin1 Chicago World's Fair is the $fi(),00ti gold ke\ now being designed by Arthur A Everts, Dallas jeweler. to Ik- used by President Franklin D Roose veit to turn tHi- lock opening the Texas Centennial Exposition turn htilc No. I on .luno i>. Thi' key, which will support it $1 ft.000 fes- toon of |H'«rls. is ten inches long and inlaid with rare jewels from tip to tip. Se a at or Borah's «ood deed this year seems destined to be to make the C. O P. safe for Roosevelt A pitiful note m Tuesday's new* concerned the disqualification of the 18-year-ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 April 1936

TIME CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON. TKXAS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 15. Itfltii MTAC 95-11 In Dual Meeting At Dentin Tkirsday Sport Scripture As Pr«ach«d By Bow«n Evans + FOUR LEAVE FOR EAGLE netters RELAYS SUNDAY see first loss aiihky. morgan. conlkk i.onk victory IS CRKI> \nd stovall to <;<> men to krkd to i'hiiadki.i'hia barns HIT'S A KI'R PIECE . . . How ember raskiag! To where* th ' Eagle thinly . lad SPE ASHES . . Will sunn he sullavan has lead is show AT AHMTORtl The North Texas Teacher* com- pletely rawthwhl North Texas Agricultural College of Arlington Thursday in a dual track ami Weld meet at Denton, piling up Mfi points to th«- Junior Aggies' M. The Arlington boys' only dace* were Bone's ft rut in the Kile vault. Heard en's second in the broad jump, and Pope's second in the shot put. Bingo Kindei of 'he Eagles led in individual point-gathering. an- nexing tx>th hurdle races an<i run , _____ ning on the winning relax team- "Next Time We Love," featur to amass I2'a |K>i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 April 1936

THE CAMPUK CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. WKDNKNDA Y, APRIL 15. 1080 CHATTERBOX lly SHORTV Junior Marys Elect Oficers Hurried chats . . . "topic* in brief" . . nutehes of converaa- tions . . hu/*ctt, whispers, titters, a few bleary "goo' mornin's," tuo few theory gr<*etitigs, tin- bell omul anil T < student* runic out ut a huddle. iluit hit* lasted for live twenty four hour days, with renewed vigor and a vraatrr determination to finish the theme*, reports, unit*, etc., that were due two weeks ago. All of us will probably '«• on a "tireen I Ma tliond" fin the remainder of this seme-tei a* there are only live more week* aftet this one for «*• li la i atteiidam'e and the short four day week of finals that every- cii)< is elanwrinjr for. • * ♦ K# t#r Isinnet*. in their varia- tions of size- , desiirns, and colors herald the approach of aliout five months of weathei that only adds wetirht to the emphatic descrip- tiori of "I.ake Dallas Weather" that "Stubby" recently irave. ♦ ♦ 9 .lean Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 April 1936

PACK POUR THE CAMPI'S C HAT. DENTON. TF.XAS. WKDNE8DAY, APHII, 15. I98fl • Collegiate Comments • Ralph Dean From The Pine Log comes a questionnaire on Kast Texas, which, with few minor changes. might apply to your home town. "What do you know about your home town? Tht* Kant Texas Chamlier of Commerce has prepared: INI vol KNOW 1. How man.x persons I i.« in Kant Texas? 2. For what, if anything, is your town noted? 8. What is the normal rHini.it) bv tht* seasons. the normal temperature. t h« usual frost dates? 4. What is the elevation? 5. What are the principal industries? t> What an tht principal farm crops grown in this re- gion ? 7 What arc the combined <lt | «>> it - of your town's hanks? 8 What was your volume « t' building permit* in 1985? II What was the fire Ion- ratio in 1985? 10 What was tin normal utility rates lights, gas. anil water? 11 What i- th< lot a I tax rate county, city, school tlis trict ami sjhh ial district? 12 How old is your town? IS. What perc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 April 1936

• 0 ft Your Ticket a For Senior Week At Dean's Office <Ehp Campus Chat gh r Wmr At ZJwS VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 23, 1986 mm mnmmw ^OTtS From The LAV'S NIWS PROMISE BETTER WOUhlM. CONDITIONS W HVI PRICK PHILANTHROPE ? College Win* Four First Places In Orcheitra, T.I. P. A. Convention At Sul Ross Tl RKEY VIOLATES PACT Having long hi> advocate of shorter hours uikI better pay for thi* working man. wo note with gratification that Roosevelt it« again adopting a platform which promise-, to improve the status of the wage carrier. The practice of cutting salaries down to the mini- mum and extending the working day to the maximum numher of hours per man in order to pour profits into surplus funds ha a train become the trend of our big and small corporations. The NKA, junked by the Supreme Court and foe- of the New Deal, was splendid while it lasted. What we need now is another NRA constructed on the order of a battleship with the las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 April 1936

PAGE TWO THK CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THl'HSDAY. APRIL 88, ltf.V. Four Eagle Trackmen Leave For Philadelphia Meet T.C. TEAM IS FIRST IN LONE STAR STATE TO ENTER RELAYS JOHWY 8TOVALI, IHANE ABBEY, R. C. CON LEE, HENRY MORd AN REPRESENT DENTON Travel To Pennsylvania To Bun Two MU*& Fui the first time in th«- history if the Penn Relays. national re- Uiy championships hold annually nt Philadelphia, it 1 in from the lri>ni Slur State ha* I* en entered this yeat Johnny Stovall. I Him in Abbey, R. C Conlec. and Henry Morgan composc th, quartet. The foui U*ft Denton at 7 o'clock Mon flay morning. accompanied by Coach Choc Sportsman The quartet from Texas will carry Fagle colors in the two '' "" ''gbt cut rants in th, in mile relay at Philadelphia on Fri- '"mural softlmll tournament. K«l day and Satuiiia\ of this week u,,d ''•* stepping They have been training for thiv 't;l!!* emerged from last weeks evont foi ovei a month. > v. t since they learned that it might Ite po- sible ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 April 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 23, 10M tI CHATTERBOX tl) li lei |wi 11 nth as I I i I 'in- 111. Ill ■in.: Ik |<l P |r |i- • HySHORTY "Short summer, wasn't it?" ami Shhhhh! It'i* a necret. ("We'll' having aevernl this 'year, aren't we?" were the gista of campus n reet inn for the lirst 'purt of the week; hut we're nay- injr. ".lust Ih> patient another STYLISH SLIP The cotton frock atyle ahow was "quite interesting." The dresses were modelled nicely, and all in month, if you want jvarm weather." all, it was a most entertaining hour; hut we're inclined to be w ii vi \ rowKNTioN: The group of T. I students who it tended the T. I P. A. convention at Alpine last week are dubious about reports or stone- getting out concerniiiK incidents thai hap pened while on the trip, anil brief lieve as the freshman who said: "There's lots of dresses that are being shown that sure look a whole lot thinner than most cotton dress es I've seen." Virginia Thomas Would, in our opinion,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 April 1936

TOT ( AMPI'S CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 23. ltfSti CJ^I* ut 90vVv^ncf"Ba On Books and Pooplo The Campus Chat Publtahed once each week during tfw college year by the atufents of the North Texaa State Taacher* College .•lass mail matter at the Post Office at Denton, Texas, December I, U'16, under the act of Coagreaa of Mareh S. 187W. Entered a* second In answer U> the criticism that th«* younger generation is lacking in some rt^or sensibilities, the spontaneous response given to Pat Moreland Monday morning should prove to the skeptics that there is at leant ho|>c for them. And also, at the time when there should have been reajiectful silence, there wan! SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DKL1VKRED BY MAIL One collage year Advertising rates furnished on a p plica ton. Right to daclina any advertisement is reserved. ft.OO MEMBER OK TEXAS INTERCOLLMJlATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editorial ami Business Office Manual Arts 107 In the March issue of the American magazine, there is an interesting a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 April 1936

Hear "Eiifrk" \Sunday After In Auditorium IOLUMK XX —— NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHER8 COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1986 PXH ^€lt§ From The "11; \\ *s M ws ex ii ilia >rt> tOM.RISS I'l .v\i«n I,IK KM MIS F1 N—KINK HERBERT HOOVER. OfTIM 1ST Italian moors ski; joi km;vs kni REDSKINS Ml \ N DON SI ', \R S I \NI \KI> TKACHKKS COLLKtiK CHORAL GKOVP 3k ifr if A Wmk ft,m.? •# n students in college chorus WELL BALANCED UROl'l* WILL SIN<i SUNDAY (N "ELIJAH" MMIA*I«CIumi'C 'Buy C J M 9 UtJMI m&mj < . if1;' Jij""'' $ >h ievts ,11"' "u' cast "f Wont-hock fVaslungton Congeesman, versu people of Washington 11 I ighly diverting. Mr. Zmiicheck wn urged with driving 70 miles mi . >i r and creating a ilistui I tuner in uurt. 11«- hual lw 11 previously rre*tod on a charge of disorderly ionduct when he captured the tele •hone switchboard of his apartment tonf . i . ... §i >um*<1 almost the t ii111«• l uilninit* ; Mr.Zioncheek, after a hectic trial Ot.i.b1 which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 April 1936

PAGE TWO THK CAM PI'S CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THI'RSPAY. APRII. M. HKPi 350 High School Athletes To Vie For Track Honors fcnl Pcatathle* Will17 Be Feature Event Of The State Class B Meet M\\> FREHHMEN AND NEW MEN IN SPRING TRAININ(i Sport Scripture :h«d By Bob Ruck«r Adamson High Beats Fort Worth k Regional Trick Anil Field Clastic Spring Imsket tut I! training ea -nil wit- ushered m Monday night hi Harris* tiym when seventeen feat. but this is far from a dis- in Itolt RI < KKk Plans have I teen completed for !h< sixth annual State t'lass H Track anil Field meet which will be hold here Friday and Saturday. M«\ 1 and 2 The advant'4* report how- that approximately 't5«> ath- lete* from over the state will com |K*lr Thi- meet, which is upon Mired l>y thc College each year, has been well received in the pa>t and gratifying results ha\c been recorded ,-ach year, last year'? Im ittg more successful than those of all previous year-. At Id o'c'ock Friday morning the coaches w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 April 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. IJKNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL HO, 1080 CHATTERBOX Hy SHORTY 1 Blank verse ami u blanket y imk fishing p*riy hit the high 111 the snoopers this week. This probably due to the common Iu>f thut more attempts *ro nuule the fields of fishing ami coni- ^sing in the spring thun in other • sons. At least. wi* believe this hi' true nrouiul these part*, tile down to a serious per una I thr following lines and keep in ind thai hoth attempts were ireefully submitted to us . , . in ,«t, very foreefully . . and the ntents hre superb . as far as H'try is concerned. i We also are rnvitting our readers to Iteslow them or the composers a tit llg title). H'lieve it 01 not) First edition . . . e t .\antiette and li gat up 1,1 the morning at six . h. I had rather chop up sticks han t;et up in the morning at sin!'! (ami so had Nannette) e are not la/.v as Kay lit then of course we may not pit QUI pas I If svi were as la,\ a Bt) ■ 'id then we li.tve another room I mate. ■ut her name ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 April 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 80. liNIA 1;$: CirUKnhfr owf iignii— The Campus Chat # • # "Mules and Men," by Zora Hurt* ton. published by J. B. Lippincott Company, 15W5 Cover by Miguel CovarrubUw. "Mules and Men" is an interesting and original collection of negro folk tales written by one of their own race who is a graduate of Bernard College and a student of anthropol- oyy. She has made the study of Negro folklore her special province. In thjs lMH k Miss Hurst on writes of her ways of collecting folklore by putting all of it in book form. She has managed to write so interestingly and connectedly that it is really more than a stilted collection of folk stories. She has cap- tured the easy charm and grace of the Negro dialect; it isn't like the usual way of writing the Negro dialect-merely the speech of white men with the spelling distorted. Margaret Wallace in the New York Times Book Review said of it. "It's essence lies rather in the rhythm and balance of the sent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1936

I h I I to 'II bid I I 1 I I I I in Remember Mother's Day Next Sunday lis Campus Chat jrOLUMK XX 1 NORTH TEXAS stATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 7. 1936. NOIES From The C AY'S NIWS THE V\ AK ANI) THK -MAN Ml Sl< t.OES KOI Ml AMI KOI Ml \EV\ I si: FOR Kill < VTION FACULTY MEMBERS WILL Ltrp Crowd CONTRIBUTE TO TEXAS HeanOonu REFERENCE BOOK SOON Give EKith THE STATE OF TEXAS HOOK" IS EN- HOUSED HY STATE EXECUTIVES AM) MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE AAUW GUEST TO BE SPEAKER AT ASSEMBLY TODAY MANY GUESTS All kinds of people make up the world, 'tis said, but we give the thrush-tailed allmtross to those who seem to look uj)on the Itiilo Ethio- pian war us just some more of that awful war propaganda and raise the boogy-inan when the new«- papers insist on printing stories ahout it. May we tactfully remind y<iu that the primary purpose of the newspapor is to print news, not create it, and thut we can hardly blame news editors for not weeping bitterly when the mere fact th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1936

AO« TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THI RSPAY. MAY 7. IMS I SAN MARCOS FAVORED IN TRACK CLASS! Fifth Annual LSC Meet Will B« Held Saturday On Southwestern Field San Marco* Relay Team Leads Eagle* THESE THREE" SHOW AT TEXAS "These Three.'' wjra't new -creen Miriam Hopkins, unci Joel McCrea Samuel Gold- drama, brings Merle OWron. tf> the Texas Theater for two day* starting Sun- day. The moat talked-about story of the year depicts- how whispering campaign growing out of a child'* malicious tie nearly wrecked the lives of three innocent people. The story will hold your interest to 'he end and will thrill you with the true life of romance. PLAY SAFE! IT DOESN'T POV 10 GAM6U 0* IiKfS ONLY SILVERTOWNS HAVE Golden Pl> •LOW-OUT PROTECTION 0 Every year the :*and*«xe killed or injured when hi t-MiU throw carvmt ofccmfr 4 Why take thi* terhbtc risk"1 You may spend a lifetime regretting it. It so easy t< play safe' G ■ sfrjch Silvertown Tire* have a remarkable new in- vent ion. the ...

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