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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 October 1933

SAY IT TEAM! Southern Hotel Cleaners "How he ran" Pleases the (an Contact your man... Yellow Jackets. YELLO Say What? Let's Go. Pete Anderson's Barber Shop Southern Hotel Bldg. ACKET OL. XX. No. 6. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1833 PRICE M "1" The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves onj nor all your piety nor wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It" The Rubalyat. At least twenty freshmen have won- iered in my presence when Rev. I. K. Floyd was going to tell the rest of the am about the things he did not like ........ If raa a aurall I or enjoy nuywaj ... . . ........ speech. K X -K The other morning In Physics class this Raymond Cobb with a straight face asked Prof. Adams to tell the class the method used In computing the horse power of a donkey engine. So far it has not been decided. These slimes pull some good ones lin the library. One went In there the jther day and wan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 October 1933

-rwg&tFw 1 I 4 raio u:u t :u. ;n Nrth f X ffif CT Texas Training School Entered a: the pes: cffics at Bro-sTcoi Tex&i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription p-r sch:ol var Cnn-. Bartirt- V.-s-a' W' s -i 2 7 5 rtV.Ti: it ti CilTirv ...51.00 Mri r- 7 -- '--' -rVi- :.:i-ii - Charter Mrn:":-:ri ixai Ir.tercollrfistc ?rr3 Aiii&:icn ::u -LZ-'S :.r ""'."A;l Publihc by and for Howard Pi-ze College. Seslcr Baptist Co'Jeje !- '-' -1' i-'-f -'; '"xlwi at BroTi""c2 Texas as a part ot te stucent activity m.."' " Ja: C:--: iiwa".'" C J 5SC DOC DIAGNOSE VT x V THE STAFF Geraid N. Snth Zmt f Mickey Alien. J: Arthur (Jack Adimi Vcv-iro Sm.:h Firman Early Blair Morris -i.J " - . : 5:. a: s :.: .: :asi :- .Hi.' ' i" s S-' -..-.5 -.-! and learn to meet every typ -' --rVs. The lwt group of results " r . ... Ur.n-arr PaVne Col- ;? to a sew section of country nd sa 6T6UP of people. 7 tudnls who make the trips ccc"dlss to Miss Shelton are atu- hz.u who are makltg the very best rraie5 their regular sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 October 1933

'HIS WEEK AT THE LYK1U GCT5V j$rrs8wsw " 3B & " ' vCriBBBll 9 ' ShBjhB 'fhSBBH Bjtes&'&-iSBHML '& -BSB BSalsf "H&qBSy .. &mbMI KSv ; BflLflH2 iBBsHbbbbbbbbH 'BBBBBHBBBBBBBBBm SwT'W'SSC'WrTCT M3NE SUNDAY AFTETWnflN Thursday and Friday October 19- 0 "One Sunday Afternoon." nmv Cooner. star of "Farewell to ki-mo" nml other eauallv well known llctures plays the blustering swag- eiing dentist in tne small town we bus for a nirl tilaved by Fay Wray Lid she in turn loves a pal of his. the pal sends mm to jail ana weas he girl. Some years later the dentist gets ho farmer Dal under the Influence of fas; and what happens afterward Is oo good to tell. See it. Saturday October 21 "Walls of Sold." "Walls of Gold" Kathleen Norris' nost recent novel to be screened. It an in "The American" a few months Igo and now it can be seen at the Lyiie. The story is that of a young rl who gives up love for riches ana be results of her sacrifice. The leads are played by Norman roster Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 October 1933

'! 4 Bettis & Gibbs New Shoe JACKETS PLAY Ccsttsued frers Page Ose' tie Miser stated A. ? 1 periesce for those expecting to do any type c: joursausuc worn; n aeveiuya the po-a-er of self-espression In writ- es and it enhances the chances of as applicant for a teaching position. he average individual knows very m -s . .-.. Tse average maivjcuu &iiua j Department Now Complete 2ssMSf5r-52ES5 9 ..: Jaekea cut there than ttey hae -" . f s seer e J a trifle uscer. I The new foot fashions have been arriving on every express beauti- ful new Dress Shoes Walking Shoes and Shoes for all occasions. Just visit this new Shoe department and let us show you real foot fashions. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes SI H I also ccnceminr . -i the Jackets staying at the level that they attained at ie Ke expres-sed a fear that ;e would stake the men over- WILCOX SISTERS TELL OF BRAZILIAN HOME AND ABOUT CUSTOMS OF THE NATIVES TO BE AWAY FROM HOME FOUR YEARS Floyd Lecture...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 October 1933

i SAY IT TEAM! Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. it3W he ran" pleases the fan contact your man. . Yellow Jackets. YELLO Say What? Let's Go. ACKET Pete Anderson's Barber anop Southern Hotel Bldg. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 1933 PRICK OL. XX. No.7. The Moving Fingei Writes "'JACKETS MEET INDIANS FRIDAY NIGHT By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your piety nor wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubalyat. MRS. U. R. LAWRENCE FEATURED SPEAKER IN PROGRAM FRIDAY; TAYLOR PRESENTS TRUSTEES ft ihn Howara rayne wuurai iomlng down the street the other day. Brownwood were not a ary wv w hren certain that the lads iad been visiting some saloon. Any- ay they were Harmonizing on mm lid favorite "Sweet Adoline. Saturday was some day for pep quads. In twenty minutes i saw no ss than tnree aisunci vyyes w ycy iquad uniforms. Some were from Ireckenrklgc. mey wore gieeu u liite and Br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 October 1933

IfM ! '!$ ' ma MMT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 &F Charter Mpmhpra Tovna Tnfutvrllom'ofo Prnoa Ai.nil.ii'.. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist-Assoc. Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Firman Early Special Reporter Blair Morris Special Reporter ... Colyum of the Feeble j Minded 4- - .... . 4. colynm of the feeble minded Subfreshman Wester saw one of the boys who is taking campus courses picking up paper with a sharp stick and wanted to know where he was going to fish with the grasshoppers. Slime thought he was trying to catch one of the alligators in the pool be- hind the Ad building. While reporting the Brownwood- Breckenridge game Saturday we chanced to ask Snozzle Allen if Stum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 October 1933

BAND UNIFORMS TO BE SEEN FRIDAY The Howaid Payne band will ap- ine . .... Tiot-Tndlan Eame Frl- bear ai " .-.. nnri tnmn. wwwwwwvwwwwwvwww SPORTS HOME and ABROAD wwwwwwwwftftvwvywwui nv nieht In new sweaters anu - wrh arrived Wednesday morning irhlcn arnveu .weatera Er-P c"' in BoldleUers and a itn . . . tha 1otra with 1fkrnro77ld Tarns. The dl- leS'Sreatrersggold with blue let- w and lyre and a blue tam. "The band has a new director thto ln . .. nr nt Mr. W. R. Par- C MnVrUer served for five years t i rtt nn miuv wcv - - Ps a.?.L"' " i charire of band and W1V ..?.."' .nrk In Northeastern Ok. orcncai..a. -- a t . Timinr i:uiit:i.c - - ;anoma -""--- oa rttr(lctor of BrnwnWOOU mil J' . . R.roS. ' lnd Hleh School band and Dlumn. - . . mhls year.wasj.u-u 7 -- -- faculty of HOWBiu rV'"- - -G the band and Instructor in band "ffiSES the band for this year iiare as follows: Cornels v. n.o... MClaude Kntcff uessue jau.vu. vi-r. Karnes Heme; clarinets Joe Paul Pitman Early uarreit 6"'i Glnsrr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 October 1933

fl na 31 33 21 tl 1 tfi - a W M . 5 vTW fcSl y . I ii 3 31 I&& K3 wS 1 ..? i $ i IP& 4 Hundreds of Coats ! Designed for College Girls at prices that will probably never be seen again this season $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $16.75 $19.75 $22.50 and $25.00 We hit it right for once purchased hundreds of coats before any ad- vances in prices. We urge you to take advantage of our tremendous stock and low prices. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. i t...iiHH -.-..... tk eM fpAm 4ht nitiypns National Bank. in our nuw luwtitiuii uwiuoa m. .. - !ap-gigaaHiggaHPaiHga3HJ THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Warner Baxter Thursday and Friday October 26- 27 "Paddy The Next Best Thing." "Paddy the Next Best Thing"shows Janet Gaynor in a new tole. Here she has all her well-known wistful- ness and a new found supply of wild Irish temperament. Playing opposite her is Warner Baxter a suave hand- some gentle lover. The pictuie is dif- ferent from the most of Gaynor pic- tures. She is really good in the new role according...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 November 1933

:- ? SAY IT TEAM! Say What?- Let's Go. Pete Anderson's Barber Shop Southern Hotel Bldg. Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. tBJow he ran" ieases die fan contact your man.. Yellow Jacket. YELLO MMT vol. XX. No. 8. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1033 PMtm N The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your pletytior wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears waeh out a word of It" The Rubalyat. Mot n Htle neero pushing a wagon the other day with twenty-five pounds of ice in it. He nad tne same iruuuic a lot of other people have. The axle was on backwards so that every few feet the taps came off or became loose. Many stops were caused by the mistake. Time would be saved If some of the students In Howard Payne would not get so many things back- ward. There have been several nice crowds in town lately. Tuesday night there ...r npnnle of every type on tne Btreets. Old men and women were nctine ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 November 1933

1 If TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JMKETmmammmm tAi m v4 & U YELUWJACKEr Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mall matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1-00 &e Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist-Assoc. Editor Firman Early Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English GRANDSTAND OR BLEACHERS It seems that some Howard Payne students considered bleach- ers beneath their dignity at the Howard Payne-McMurry game last Friday night and therefore betook themselves to the grand- stand. A grandstand may be justifiable at Arlington Dow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 November 1933

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THltUD iEH se 1 wr miseebr P- Jackets Meet JACKETS WIN SECOND CONF. GAME. 12 4 FEATURE PASSES aylor Gilliam Ed- wards McQueen Play Best for HPC; Paul Smith Jefferies Best for Indians. with both teams using an aerial offense the Jackets defeated the Mc- Murrv Indians 12-6 last Friday night The two teams threw fifty-six passes during the game not counting tne lateral passes and other types. The last few minutes of the game were hard for spectators of both sides be- cause the Indians were fighting for marker on the four or Ave yard line. Rav Taylor was the outstanding player of the game with his passing and running. Toots Gilliam playing guard and punting played a good game along with Captain .McQueen and Jake Edwards. The McMurry men turning in good games were Paul Smith an end; and Jeffries guard. Thev were in almost every play of the sixty minutes. Both squaas piayea heads up football during the whole sixty minutes with plenty of fight. A summary of Friday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 November 1933

A ;i . V i - ' CT J KZ u "i' '! e i in FOUR L. DUBLIN TELLS HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET (Continued from page 2) played In the development of trans- portation. Transportation Pageant "Wings of a Century" Is a pageant of transportation played on a huge outdoor stage. It pictures the begin- ning of transportation with the west- ward march of the pioneers on thru the development of steam power of ships and of trains to tne aeveiop- ment of the automobile and airplane on up to the marvelous exhibition of the methods of transportation today. The play Is made more realistic by the personages and costumes 01 eacn period. It Is by far tne Desi con cession In the fair grounds. The Hall of Religion Is a display of every form of religion; the Catho- lic the Lutheran the Mormon the United Protestant and many other religions The Great Chalice of Antl- och is In this building. The Chalice of Antloch Is the oldest known piece of Christen Art. In this building are also beads from the Holy Land won' d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 November 1933

UY OF HOWARD PAYNE TOLD UP TO ADMINISTRATION OF DR. THOMAS H. TAYLOR FOUNDING OF COLLEGE DISCUSSED tint Board of Trustees Given With List of First C A.allM m EaaaL 1 lm 4. 1 r acuity nri ascgrce LiiBiea. HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET nvs ...... Mntp; The need for such a ilstory of our school came as a direct suit of the training ocuuuia. nui ... t.int in the institution eoea iut to do the mission work that stu- ... .. Hninir this vear and the peo- Ie ask for a talk on Howard Payne I Is only logical rnai me siuaeni nas ' v. hrp Inner enoueh to get the radltlons and the love of the school boroughly organized for speech ma- erlal This article will start out with he straight history of the college rom the founding to present data or nrhaDS to future aaies ana iaeais he first part to 1929 Is taken lorn the Masters inesis oi t-roies- lor T. K. naviua j.ub ouuu L.n rmintv." We are Indebted to Ilr. Havins and others whose names till be mentioned at later dates for tic organized material.) Howa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 November 1933

rTt;f Typ SI WO' '7" HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET aiA . .iim r"l College Girls Thia is your store. We hope you feel that it is. If there should be any of you that have not been in to see us in our new store home we want to INVITE you to come in this week end if possible. We want you to know you are always welcome to come and see wheth- er you wish to purchase or not. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES WUWWtfWWWWWWWWYWi Campus Comments WWWWWWWWWrfWrWi saoEi Daughety Tells Science Club of "Bone Surgery" Dr. Jewel Daughety spoke at the legular meeting of the Science Club last Monday night on the subject of "Bone Surgery." The surgeon told of bone surgery before the World War and its confines at that time. According to the doctor the bone surgery of today is one of the most important parts of the surgeon's work. Every type of bone surgery has attained great importance due to the chance for recovery in the opera- tions. Persons lame have been able to walk and ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 November 1933

SAY IT TEAM! Say What? Let's Go. Pete Anderson's Barber Shop Southern Hotel Bldg. Southern Hotel Cleaners WE WILL GLADLY CLEAN AND PRESS ELEVEN TIQER HIDE8 FOR THE JACKETS Phone 61 YELLO ACKET VOL. XX. No. 9 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1933 PRICK Bo WW WmBBm W The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your piety nor wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubalyat. Tho Alumni are coming! Now that docs not mean the same to the How ard Payne students mat "me amp- bells are coming!" did to the people in Scotland about a hundred or so nr nzo. We are very happy to welcome all the former students who can attend this Home uoming oac to the old home. The library continues to be a source of amusement. The other day a Slime r9mo In and asked for a biology. The libiarian on the desk sent him Into the leading library for tne dook. When he got there the person In charg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 November 1933

TWO Howard payne yellow jacket I y YELLO Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 Chart or Mpmhpra Tpvnn Tnforpnllocrtafa Praie AsonninMnn Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist-Assoc. Editor Firman Early Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English "HOW ABOUT IT?" During the last ten years I have heard a great deal about what is called the Howard Payne Spirit. In that length of time I have had the pleasure of meeting a great many old Howard Payne students and I have never seen one who did not long to come back. They all wish they could go back to school to the old Alma Mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 November 1933

. r-rtT-"" "' ' -." -4h- --r - .- J- pf. Vv ' - -- "V 14 . -- UVIU' '""J j. Mf-OfrWf Va? HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THRBB Sffl ackets Battle St. Edwards Tigers Here Armistice Day fIwfMii! wi L'JSViiTJtL'PS'W'SMtet ' U l3r. TBKjJt ' iJjjfcdttPlL' iawBBBBWR MaJNKl&uaBBBBBtt bbbbbbVW-bbbbbbbbbbbbbI ''fli'iBBBBBBBa BBaiis" SPORTS HOME and ABROAD ji2 i The Jackets are going into a hard game Saturday. They will have the hardest opposition that the year has produced. The game is so uncertain that even the biggest gamblers have nothing to bet on that is certain. CAPTAIN JELLY McQUEEN rwntn Price (Jelly) McQueen is ilaying his fourth year for the Jack- is and is leader in more ways than ;' Saturday will see him leading he typical fighting bunch of Jackets igainst the Tigers. ACKETS TIE A C C IN COLD DREARY GAME AYLOR INJURED "wo Threats in the Last Quarter; Field Wet and Ball Hard to Handle. The Jackets and the A. C. C. Wlld- ats foucht to the close of a dreary ;ame Friday night to a 0-0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 November 1933

y &4 C5s FOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET -- - -- --- - m i i THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Thursday and Friday Nov. 9-10th "White Woman." Charles Langton Carole Lombard Charles Blckford and Kent Taylor have the leading roles In the Para- mount screen drama 'White Woman.' A story of the Malay jungles of treacherous savages woman-starved white men and a beautiful appealing woman a prize for these men who live at the "last stop from hell." "White Woman" was directed by Stu- art Walker from a play by Norman Rellly Raine and Frank Butler. Malicious gossip has btanded Car- ole Lombard in the Malay settlement in which she lives. While she is plead- cause it was written directly for the film by Miss West. It takes her on a magnificent journey from a dan- cer in a cheap carnival show to na- tional fame as the gorgeous TIra Million Dollar Beauty courted by society men. Since Miss West has set the win- ter fashion mode ft should be duly chronicled here that in "I'm No An- gel" she does not wear t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 November 1933

"Sf???. -Fr l 1 r r- ?? HOWARD PAYNE VeLLoW JACKET PHOENIX HOSIERY wn Custom-Fit Top No more annoying trouble with poorly fitting stocking tops I Phoenix Hosiery with Custom. Fit Top stretches both ways up and down round and round. Fits any leg perfectly. And it can be gartered to any length without fear of garter runs. Made of Certified Silk. $1.00 Nci!..l'lioentGlb. son Girl" colors . . smart est hosiery shade for Fall . . llie preferencoof SuhiouaMe Hollywood Co-Edi I I will find Phoenix hose and many other smart economical things lat the "Dependable Store" iamer-Alvis Co. KAPPA DELTA OLDS DISCUSSION NNAT'L QUESTION lohn M. Dean president of the ward Payne chapter of PI Kappa ta led a general discussion of the late question for this year at the ular meeting of the student de- crs Wednesday evening Novem- 1 at 6:30 o'clock. Terms were Incd and more or less personal livs given on both negative and pos- le sides of the question. Ten of twelve present voted to purchase Reference Shel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 November 1933

"rsf" I ) w PAGE SIX HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET I Old Time Howard Payne Supporters S We are mighty glad you are here. This is going to be a wonderful S game for all of us. B 8 We Want You to Make Our Store Your Store You are Always ft Walortmo Hpk. K in 9 EX-STUDENTS BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. In our new store home across the street from the Citizens National Bank on the corner. ISSSRSlEXS&SBKSlSEBSlBESlSISSSTCnSlEI THE CHALLENGE OF THE RED CROSS ROLL CALL Today as never before the nation needs the enlightenment and direc- tion that the college trained man and woman can give. Leadership is the legitimate heritage of education; the power of knowledge is incalculable. But knowledge unitlumined by edeal- ism may be only the means of fill- ing the dreary vacuum of self with materialistic and trivial absotptlons. Hope of solution of world-wide piob- lems must come through spiritual awareness and ardor. And in the bright realms of youth these qualities are spontaneous and abundant. Oppor...

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