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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1924

Longhorns Saturday ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH TEAK VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 28 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APR. 22, 1924 Longhorns Here 1 Saturday LARGE AUDIENCE BEAR PROF. CLARK "THE FOOL" IB A REVELATION OF PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS FROM . SOCIAL VIEWPOINTS On Monday evening of the past week, a large maber of students and towns- people had the pleasure of hearing Prof. &. H. Clark reader "The Fool," by dunning Pollock. Prof. Clark has been connected with the Public Speaking Department of the 4Jaiv«raity of Chicago for a number of years, having written several textbooks on the subject of public speaking. With -this fact in mind, it is well to repeat some of the line points of public speak- ing which Prof. Clark very wlKaglj gave for the beaelt of the students of public speaking. Prof, dark said in sfebstaaee: "A public reader has one main paint or purpose which he should strive to present and make this point the principle of the reading; and that is fo gjee the reading for the sake of ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1924

Iff? Georgetown, Texas, Act Septemoer 7, 1912, «_ — of Congress of Mank 3, 1*11 J. B. SMITH, JB— GEO, H. MHOB KliTp. i walter moore. | elizabeth little anxan'elle hamblen. virginia griffith. |m. g. booxe ; r. a habket george mood .- | EDWARD P. ONSTOT. bolton boone It. t. willis. ray meredith... | edwin dannellt ernest sanders ■ Mhr .Assistant Editor . Assistant Editor Editor Mrs. J. B. C«k entertained a of tor friends last Friday sftrntn in honor ad tor adker, Mia. IWr. After a tny enjoyable afternoon od sewing aad talking a deiieious salad course was served to Mesdaaa Carter, Catt, Barms* Torbett, Gillett, Sanders, Whiteside, tto houoree, Mrs. Poole, and tie hoot ess. BTTTdT. c u POWDER BLUE .Circulation Manager . Assistant Circulation Manager . Assistant Circulation Manager FOFUXABJTT V& KOTOBIBTY It is exceedingly nice to be popular land to have a host of friends who lore lyou. But the one thing that yon must Ihe sure of is that it is popularity that (gives you the crowd of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1924

TAU Ainu Ob tie evening of April 7th, the in- itiates of Lawbda Chapter, Zeta Tu Alpha pre their uml baiqiri at the C aaiu ill Bote), heaering these fkdg- m abeet to be hiliated. The hag ta- ble carried eat the trior sebeuw of gray Mae. A Mft mmm of i in the renter, with peak tea ieat* stud fero scattered the length af the table, added to the effeetivenese «f the dainty qtyortioaaatc. The jM softly lighted by large Mae ia crystal eaidkdkkf. Barb initiate-to-be received alT.A. ring; while tboae left babied jwary ceaeriatioa ia dakulj> tied with blae aed gray ribbaai. The I take great please re ia sending Eas- ter greetings to the students of 8eetb- aed gray with a dm east of was ia the fioet- Insidii were the nwee of the gaeata aed all pesrat, together with 4 "Ob! We're the Girts of Zeta Tan" Plwk "TsXeta Taa Alpha"Amelia OrSrbatV "We Have AD Loved Toe"' Deviled Chab OBveu Kaliihs Staffed Celery Salted Peeana "Ring, Cking, CMng" Barit Tarkey V Dressing Peas ia Cases Toast Cma Sran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1924

TRACK MBBT FROM BICE (Continued from page 1) Field Events lole vault—Mo Daniel, first; Willis, I ?, second. Height 10 feet 6 inches, liscus—Stancliffe, Bice, first; Skip- th. second. Distance 127 feet, ■hot put—Stancliffe, Rice, first. Ma I", second. Distance 38 ft. S 1-4 in. lavelin—Mateer, first; Thomas, Rice, lind. Distance 156 feet 8 inches leaking T. 1. A. A. record). rrokd jump—Stancliffe, Rice, first; Iteer, second. Distance 21 feet. High jump—Goodrich, Rice, first; Ipkins, Bice, second. Height 5feet lichcs. ITHE MIND'S FAINT BBUSHB8 Iwers in nature's abundance, lid along the ways; I-en edging on brown darkened limbs— ling. las of peaceful quietness, lads almost invisible Imilky veiled-like stillness, |lf bine, half white. grown into the picture, |building, brown stone, covered with vines, llf restful, half suggestive 1 alertness— fe in and about the building, i reflecting the degrees of kindness, i revealing bad heritage, . lovable, portals of Soul's i languor of thickening ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 April 1924

b | ' r" lLr- I/' i f i * I \ I, I SBbS®?"' : f §*? liSf IffM^ fe' : Longhorns Wednesday MiMNiM schoolclass discuss soie live sorjeos 11TKLT DISCUSSION AT SOID&T SCHOOL—WANT TO INCREASE ATTENDANCE Where were yon Sunday morning at ten? Wherever you were, you should -have been at Sunday sehool and heard the discission of the social and reli- gious conditions now as compared with those during the time of the prophets, Amos and Hosca. The main points of the lesson and questions for discussion were given by Mable Claire Hancock, Holder, Johnnie Marie Brooks, and 'Charles Berry. Questions were diseuss- ed as to how one should acquire wealth, and after acquiring it, how one should spend it. And is success or wealth a means to make one's faith stronger or weaker? Then, have we as Christians,, any right to spend money for movies, expensive clothes, cars, etc., when oth- ers are dying because of hunger and want? Some one said this was a *'to'uehous '' subject. Perhaps you have been thinki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 April 1924

ahr JRpgapfyimr WUil)ri> 1907 JQfn AXOTHHB SOUTHWBS- TXaUTER MAKING GOOD &rurnlrrntij flrar |tered as i^oDd-clan mail matter, Septemoer 7. 1912, at the *>«stoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 |B. SMITH, JB . H. MITCHELL. /ALTER MOOBE (LIZABETH LITTLE iNNAXELLE HAMBLEN. [IRGINIA GRIFFITH G. BOONE I A. HARKEY Ieohoe mood pWARI) P. ONSTOT kOLTON BOONE . I. T. WILLIS . JAY MEREDITH IDWIX DANNELLY ERNEST SANDERS EDITOB IN CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGES Associate Editor . .... Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editoi .Assistant Editor .. Assistant Editor .. . Assistant Business Manager ...Assistant Business Manager Circulation Manager .Assistant Circulation Manager .Assistant Circulation Manager 3PRIN GTIME Springtime iind—yes, springtime am! feint's-t, Imt it should not be. The oM kill!,' is that in the spring time a young kn's fancies turn lightly to—well, you low the rest, hut in this kin<l ot weath- we f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 April 1924

' " urf fpi 'Vjlv * I ■I'M ,%.Y f STUDENTS ZSXCXTBSION TO HA TIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO During the past four years the Univers~ y of Mexico has conducted a summer session with unusual advantage*, for American students who wish to become better acquainted with Mexican life. Courses are given in elementary, in- termediate and advanced Spanish; in the history, geography and fiteurature, ot Latin America and @pain as well as in j •uch fields as archaeology, tolk-lore ami politics. Special opportunities are afforded students of the Hummer School under tiie direction of trained guides to visit places of interest near the City of Mexico. Ex- cursions are made to pyramids, volcanoes, monasteries or Indian villages. a tuition fee of #:5i) entitles students 9S MY LAND OF YESTERDAY. Away beyond tbe skyline, beyond the blue horizon, " Winding weary, weary, by the undulat- ing plain; Following tbe straggling streams, follow- | ing the rivers, So yon came exploring, horse and foot and wagon trai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 April 1924

TO 1-4 1) flnea grvmder. With the hut* loaAtd ldkuri weat vat Crump pop- pad to mimmI bat Kallin forced n wwm win Kobertann was gnn free tiai fartotioa to first. Bragg left the boat* feaM when Ike went awiaginsj. After two were down ■■ the third tV eat* got to Hardin for a walk muH a home ran «M netted them two more runs. An ■nr and hit netted the Pirates 1 ran to the hut of the fdcnrth. The fifth saw the Cats chalk op their tod Markers when Hardin was ixnahle to htrte the plate and walked the first two ■n op. This coiipleil with three singles gprre the Cats two rows, Gray relieved Hardin and he hail tile Cats swinging Jit Ma slow owe the remainder of the game, tiray was ae er in danger as owEy two wa reached first base, one bjr virtwe I «f n walk and the- other hy a single m to ninth after two men were oat. The Pirates wild two nm in the |««Mh when Kwi'nulitrwe, first rep, worked for a walk, went to third on I Me Daniel hinglle and scored on ♦'rump Mcifenniet scoeed <m a passed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1924

W*™- '•-/« i £%Wi i .*. tmrnm.0rn Y Carnival Nay 13th ERABUXHZD 1907 VOLUME XVn NUMBER 28 OEOE8ETOW*, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAT 6, 1924. 1 Y Carnival Nay 13th PIRATES OFF FOR . T. L A. A. AT ABILENE FECTBD, BUT SEVERAL FIRSTS HI BEACH OF PIRATES The Pirate cinder path artists are off for the T. 1. A. A. meet whieh is to be held at Abilene Thursday and Friday. The T. I. A. A. teams will be the guests of Sirnoou College this year. Although some stiff competition is wire to await tkfli, the Pirates should make a good showing in this meet. Bur- gin is sore ®f first place is the high jump, having broken all State records this year. If sufficient competition is offered, Burgin should be able to set a new T. I. A. A. record at 9 feet 3 or 4 inches. The relay team, whieh is one of the fastest in the State, should bring home first in that event. Captaia Skipworth should "stmt his staff" in the quarter and make somebody step it off to beat Mateer is good for several places in ia the 125-yard high h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1924

®l|r 1907 ftrwidmdb |nr «. aail Matter, Septemoer 7, 1012, at tke -~>stoffiee at Otwptom, Texas, udrr Art of Coagreso af March 3, 1911. 9 B. SMITH. J* - KDITOB IN CHIEF GEO. H. MITCHELL.'. BOttiJiitig MAWABKE WALTEB MOORF Associate Editor ELIZABETH LITTLE ..Assistant Editor ANNANELLE HAMBLEX Assistant Ed'tor VIRGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Edi.or Mr G. BOON R. - Assistant Editor B. A- BASKET Assistant Editor GEOBGE MOOD,. Assistant Editor EDWABB* F. OXCTOT...... - Assistant Editor BOLTON BOONE Assistant Business Manager T. T. WILLIS - Assistant Easiness Manager BAT MEREDITH Cireolatioa Manager ED WIN DAXX'ELLT Assistaat Cirealatioa Manager ERNEST SANDERS - - - • Assistant Cireolatioa Manager LOOKING BACKWARD As we *'abowt fare"- and Towk back •a tie work of this year, wtat have we accooqriiehedf The school a* a wliole has advanced, we believe, and sosne willl say, them, that the iadividaals awl have advaaceti. \f>t 9#. Sonne few miay fcave otone great thing* soeh aambere that the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1924

mmmmm T* ths mercies of fbovidenoe "Say, parson/' said Elder Berry at the chnreh board meeting, "here are the resignations of all the quartette rhoir." "My son," said the Kev. Mr. Fourth- ly, in distress, "what is the trouble?" "Your announcement Sunday," re- plied Elder Berry, fernly. *4 You know yoo said, ' Providence having seen lit to afflict all our choir with bad colds, let us join in singing "Praise God from Whom All Blessings How.' "—The Christian. Century. Exchange Photographs with your friends and keep the memory of college days R. J. STONE Yo«r Photographer arrested fob thnolbfo WRKUYS ' After Every Meal KTs the longest-lasting etiott yon can buy fTs a help to dl- Arrested for thinking! Such was the fate of the Italian patriot, Mezzini. His interest in polities was so great that ev- en as a youth he startled the heads of the government and was thrust into prison. This thinking is not altogether a thing of the past. In Europe today the uni- versity students arc an active p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1924

THE OOOD OLE SUMMER TIME Oh, the days are gettia' hot, An' the (lavs are gettin' long, Au' the swinuiiiu' pool is sliiniu' in the sun; Boy, it's time to shed your shoes, An' those darned old school day blues An' speud your time a loafiin' just for fun. Aw, get out your overalls An ' that good ole lishin' ' pole, 'Cause 1 heard 'em say the eats were bitin' fine; An' every little worm Is just hankeriu' to squirm As lie dangles from my good ole lishin' line. An' say, down by the creek Where the vines are thick an' green Those berries must be ripe an' sweet by now; I can tell right on the spot If it's poison oak or not— If you want me to, I guess I '11 tell you how. Say, boy, ain't this the life, Us a-eampin' 'way out here With no one to see that we're back home 011 time— If Heaven's perfect bliss, 1 guess it's just like this, A-fishin' in the good ole summer time. —The Barefoot Bov. Nice line of Engraved Mother's Day Cards. Wilcox Bros. An editor was dying, but when the doctor bent for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1924

Tff JUSTICE FOB BOMBEBS ' • * On April 17th the home of Rev. L. K. H. Smith of Buffalo, New York, was wrecked by a bomb. The Rev. Mr. Smith had incurred the enmity of the enemies of the United States constitu- tion by bis activities against he boot- egging riDg which feels that Buffalo is its legitimate prey. Mr. Smith also, it appears, has been disapproved by authorities in Buffalo. Interference, with nullificationists in Buffalo appears to be considered most reprehensible by some people. Early' on April 18th dynamiters at- tempted to destroy the home of Dry Agent John A. Cole at Steubenville, O. It is announced that a commendable effort will be made upon the part of fed- eral authorities to bring some of these bombers to justice. It is indeed time that something should be done to con- vince anti-American elemtnts that cit- izens and officers active in the behalf of tie United States constitution are not fair prey for mobs, bombs and pistol shots. Voters should take cognizance of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1924

Willi Wi =£ =5= ■ <-«3 iSSPif ,vv:-.v ■" ' VAN Women who love nice things exclaim with delight over our silk stockings from Van Raalte They are so exquisite in color —so sheer and ilawless—yet with wearing qualities that make them really^ economical. —rSee them today. Your Store Garner-Aivis Company MUMMY OF EGYPTIAN PRINCES8 BUBIED BENEATH DALLAS HALL GETTING AHEAD (John Barton Bailey.) A great master stood with tears in his eves liefore the statue lie had complet- ed. Upon being asked why lie should weep over the greatest piece of work he had ever done, he replied, "I cannot iinu a flaw in it." lie knew that lie had accomplished the greatest work that he had ever done, l>ut the sad thing that stood in his life was that he knew he had reached his perfection. This satis- faction had brought to him the crudest death. He began to weaken under the strain. And so it is in the lite of every man that reaches the point of perfection. Too often men become self-satisfied. When they hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1924

^P • &$h;* "+■** WRfc1** ^|W i>«n ■ ■ : '■' y-54^F:-r' '«SS'J T^^^yjsgSSSjB^l^^jW^^Wt^iSKffB^PPipp^ Y Carnival TONIGHT PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY SHE SCHOOL YEAH BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVEESITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVII NUMBER 29 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1924. I Y Carnival TONIGHT PIRATES WIN FIRST IN T. I. A. A. MEET Southwestern Wins Debate from S.M.U. Saturday Night at Dallas With Judges Decision 2 to 1 Moore and Jones Produce Arguments That Outclassed That Offered by Spears and Rippey.. OFFICIAL BALLOT Wk i:i0x$£ mm* S5®? Melvin Jones and Walter Moore, rep- resenting Southwestern University, de- feated Jaek Spears and Rippey, of South - ern Methodist University, in Dallas Hall last Saturday evening, May 10. The d«- -cision was two to one. Chairman Heron, head of the Department of History, of S. M. U. announced the subject for discus- sion: Resolved: That the United States •Should Join the Permanent Court of In- ternation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1924

(5Ijp jHrpphottr I fff HUri;ri> 1907 &rnriUrrnih frar Kate red as irondclass mail matter, 8eptemoer 7. 1912, at tht> poatoffice at * Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 J. B. SMITH, At - EDITOR IK CHIEF ©BO. H. MITCHEU. BUSINESS MANAGER "WALTER MOORE Associate Editor ELIZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor ANNANELLE HAMBLEN... Assistant Editor VIRGINIA GRIFFITH.. Assistant Editor M. G. BOONE. Assistant Editor R. A. HARKEY Assistant Editor GEORGE MOOD Assistant Editor EDWARD P. ON8TOT Assistant Editor BOLTON BOONE Assistant Business Manager T. T- WILLIS Assistant Business Manager BAT MEREDITH Circulation Manager EDWIN DANNELLY Assistant Circulation Manager ERNEST SANDERS Assistant Circulation Manager: INTENTIONS WITHOUT RESULTS Intentions are good but it is results that people want. No matter what yon intend to do today or what you are planning to do "tomorrow, unless you put your plans in action they will be worth- less to' you and to the world. The man who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1924

— Dainty Shoes—Dainty Prices Where Fifth Avenue meets 42nd Street, the most fashionable shoes are purchased by New York's elite. You, too, can buy these same models right here in George- town at a much smaller price. Satisfaction is assured and prices never beyond the most conserva- tive. Garner-Alvis Company WHAT THE YOUNG PEOPLE ABE THINKING ABOUT </S W e ArePrepared i '"V to serve you at any time with Special Dinners Banquet Lunches and Sandwiches of all kinds FOR SERVICE BUSY BEE CAFE "The Place to Eat" Gus Kallas, Proprietor Phone 189 "WUat modern youth thinks of it- self" is a very important question. The youth of today will be the mature peo- ple of tomorrow. The fact of the Re- public is uow being determined by the character of the thinking of the young people of today. "As a man thinketh so is he." The pastor of the church is expecting to speak next Sunday even- ing at 7:45 on the subject: "What the Young People Are Thinking About." A dozen young men have been requested ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1924

: 2TVT —m WMl Societies } PIRATES WIN T. I. A. i (Continued from page one) SAN JAC3 DEBATE WEIGHTY QUESTION [ After a very much enjoyed solo sung Janice UoodHou, to which she was I'ompaiiieii by Elizabeth Little on tiie puuo and Kdward Onstot on the saxa- bone, the weighty subject for debate |an stated. The question was, '-Re- ived: That Mood Hall boys should be bquired to have dates at the Annex." Ihe affirmative side of the question was Imported by Marv II em pie and Kd |lover; the negative by Bessie Hamil- and Clarence Downey. Miss Ileiujile stated that the ques- lon of compulsory dates did not state lie number required; it might be two a thousand, just so the number was llural. .She claimed that he affirmative wision would result in better times |>r the girls and in a more democratic ftizenship for the country. Mr. Glov- chief argument was that the boys loulil benefit from the culture of the Srls' society. Mr. Downey answered the affrmative saying that there were some pro- ps...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1924

PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS ST THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XVH BUMBEB 31 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1924. Greater Southwes- tern I / HISTORY OF THE LIBRARY OF SOUTHWESTERN MABT VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS SOME BEGINNING OP S. U. LI I The library was founded or rathc-r thought of and planned in for 1873 when the University was founded. From a very small and unpretentious beginning it has slowly grown aatil now the li- brary presents a very gratifying appear- ance with its well filled shelves. In its infancy the library was dependent on the generosity of its friends and at first these gifts were small, bat were in keep- ing with the infant 8. V. In 1895 the widow of Bev. Homer S. Thrall sent to 8. U. his entire library. This was very aeeeptablc and tame at a time when it was very much needed. This seemed to give an impetus to a library movement and then followed in quirk soeeession gifts from the Bev. H. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1924

9S ——1 gtyf Urgaplunir CiiliiHiilil 1W7 ******* Se^i^TexHT^ er Act ! itesaer 7, 1912, at tU ^etafl Cengresa eff Hack 3, 1911 iea at JK WALTER MOORE. ELIZABETH LITTLE:. AKKiKELlS BAMRLEX. VIRGINIA ftlllTOH, M. G. BOOJOE. 1E. A. BASKET GEOBGE MOOD. ... . EDWARD P. ©S8TOT. BOLT OX BOONE T. T. WILLIS BAT MEREDITH ,. ED WIIC PAJ CTEL1T I ERNEST SANTMBBS........ |EdiCof Assistant Editor ■ Editor Editor I Editor ..... .Circulation Manager . Assistant tirculatiett Manager . Assistant Circulation Manager oraacYow When you draw a book out off the Liv- krary and keep it over time a line jfaken out of your deposit. But when fou take a hook oat off the Library and listreat it,, there is no- way for the li- brarian to collect for the damages. The University leaves- it to- you® honesty ad honor t< . take care off the books it urnishes you. But in some eases the1 Irtnidents <! • not take care- off the books. Jbwr whether it is thouJitlessnessy or a eaire to destroy something that yaw ^annot b...

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