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Character is that quality which distinguishes a
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the individual-and all he represents, evidenced by
clean living and clear thinking. Like an invisible
magnet, character guides one through Iife's tempta-
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come an untailing guide for its master. It is com-
posed of intangibles, such as honesty and integrity.
It is a quality that makes men famous.
Character is not an innate trait, it is a quality
man must strive to perfect. He must decide the
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An industry, too, must constantly cultivate char-
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