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s 11 II ft » ft 1 ft 1 II nTHE TOUCHSTONE YEARBOOK STATE TEACM OF THE R$ COLLEGE CLA MILLERSVILLE PENNSYLVANIA , ;? r(OmKHT ,9j6 by Paul trackbill, Editor and Jama thank Swims fflanacjcr Printed in fhi Unihd ifa es o{ dmcricaORDER of [ffTJOnf Pdminifirafion C a ref Oovcrnmcn Orpan jo o ?r fl h e tif fc ? or 7 ffr m je DEDIfflTIOn To fttiss (Harvard fwift, whose ckfiejhffuf humor, ejeniat manner, and gracious dicjnily have won our affect ions, lu( dedicate this touchstone iDminifTFMTionTJJf PRfittnT dp,, mnwi mumn ELimm w. com Dean of U omen HOMER F. DILUORTW peon of ln»fru fion m e. rnnE pm PUOLLO Dean of ITlen £TM£L JflnC POUJtLLfenior (,a"Dean BURL fl. 0J8UP,n fenior (la f Dean •fldviior foThe foutfnloncTJJE fflOJLTY yL£fT£R A.LW4RKW 9 L££ £. BOV£ft a LYMJOOO S. LHMPFEm .0 niEm R. 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Snapper (faff Library Science (Sub V.Prer. ingli b (1ubT e c o f o 'Jpy Me yrec eceZ or matr cu a ec c or ny a me oZvery ac rer e economic cone on or?c cur a fJ enro Z mer , e zee, co zz zaraMe mo rzerr ierz zy. Ze yj e je, e C o of y)7 ho.r furn Zee more on z z ore of ea erz fo cornyu oryozz jo ionz one conic u fee hand ome y o f e o z e zc earn of he co feye. Pro Jenf- Jo eyf Penniny oz? fee Prezic enf Zflervin filler lex re lory - c ello Curry Treazure r f eI (zf er f](Jv or fflif J urora Ui fey fflr. fomuelB. oyerlopi-jomoro Havmcy now com o Hu half-way mark in its collccjc career, the ( an of iy? 8 surveys with safisfachon i s ac eomphshments duriny the uuo yean a! Tltilers vifl. The Sophomore (fast has dishnyuished sell by virtue of i s sincere school spirit, by ifs whole hearted support of the social affairs pf I he Co leyc, and by ils sustained inleresl in pursuit of hammy.TOUOJiTOnt Offutn Drcsidenfl John flees V ((-flmiden - fli'hard Todd herdary Frances flair Treasure r FI ary flu Us Ffldvnors F iss Flddrcd flimenon Dr. Dean DufdurLUtth the opening of ihe college year another band of younysters descended upon Hie ffhllersville campus. Bristliny us th se f- importance , and burn my aJifh the desire to dis o lay their erudit ont these froth proceeded to trespass on the d yrnfy of the upper-stars man and cuere summarily discountenanced. They have ‘'since proved their adapfub tty to cot eye tfe and have iuon a place m the esteem of their fellouj students.xmrt TOUCH STOIIcommunm worerii wo. -- --— -------- AO Governmental ffliltenville it carnal oat lx lour group , organized !o can or dor mi Ion men and women, and commuting men and women Lad cjroup if a cooperative agencu lx!men the ifudenh and He admini ration. Dunne Hu ear f cpi u ere taken to initiate a centra! c overnmen uuhict would tend to unif ott e roupt and i et pre erve the power of the individual governing bodies. The p on of thif central organization wot to be one of non interference u ith existing government , egual reprcieniohon of each student group, and the totufion otproblems of at! four group 0 the concomitant. bjorum (ommuniTY ma mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmm m jBHBBBBMKnanaBMBHBiHBBB CU.fi. President - Pernio fieri hey V ce-Prendent- firmer Pomberger (eendary-Janet Care Treaturer - Pgmaine fiadier UC.fi. Pretidenl- IVargaref filbert dke-Pmident - tjutb £d decretory - ftbet (utter Treat urer- fide Ha Curry -vm£lYS DAY STUDfDT ASSO. freudenf - £ugene fllyerr Vkt-freridffjf- Carrier tjlair feerelay- £rneil hhreiher Trearurer- Lerfer Hollincjer I IS £ £ i s £■ I iiil i! U ii a is ii 11 !i ii a a n s a b h a a a a a mi aamint (ommuniTYiWO. Preridenh - Paul Ue Pd Parlor) Johtvon Wia-Preudenh - Union Ueu, OJard Yorhf ftire ariet- Hou ard Pndey, Unfhony YuPnavid Treaiuren- Par!on Johmon, (eory DidomruzmillORim LITERARY KXI-fTY . Mill! I Hormal Pebatmy Team format'! ycytt flnnivcriary celebration feme (ter Officen feafurincy ftrcbibatd totted ye, noted nature ( dent, j andf ai another mdedone in the hi dory of thn Literary foc ety Interne enthuiiajm (haractcnzcd the inter fociety Debate u huh culminated n a dec on for the formatitei. f eleyatiny traddion to Imbojtc (oc- ety etec tedit{ fir it “Madam President." Preudenh- ftvin Troutman [omaine Hacker tne Preudenh- Ida!ter ( ante (tyde {amicy kcretane -Jane Ld lfmon Pebecco fluyiberyer Treaiurer- TTtervin Tfliter?m LITERARY (0(lfTY The Page Debaling Team Debating held aprominent place lemeder Officers in fhe culturalprogram of the Page Literary foacty. Page continued its ot ci of caring for the diversified pong Praidcnti Pout dJciket Jama Ldilliamt h(e Praidentj-'f{obert UiII(ami James Thanh ntcreds of The jfudent body by tpon-foriny an open tennii tournament and itf annual ftrt (ontest. John Tft( (roarty, feretories--Edith [ohrer (atiform'a poet wen the (entnat figure fitiId red fftooney of fhe ft it ftnniMenary program. Treat urcr ffeten fie iterP z P y na P , e fir honorary Cra erni y o he oryan jecZ a 77. PC, hor ( one mar c or ny or e on he corny or Zou arc A nMny a eener zn erer ' n e proP r on o ec ora on. J yrr a CAop er po ry oP erc r ny on f o c ry ear err anc ac m n r ra arr o jyeo on oZ er oPfh erer zP f een he cf C o Zo e 6ro err c or ny Ae year. Qzrr Zeric en - S. Pn!°n Zee Prenc en Puyene ZZlyer fee re ory Oorc on ZoryenecAer Trea urer le fer Uollinyer fpon or - Or. Peon Du cAerIOTA LfllTOM (ItilTM RATE RfllTY ofr (ha pitr of lota L ambda f jma fraternity was organized at ITlilltrs-vi le in tyj ty. It usas organized in answer too need of the Industrial ftrfs men (or an organization honor ny those who had attained superiorprofessional shill and hiah academie standing fftembership is limited to advanced students in the Industrial flrts curriculum. President Clyde Ramsey Vice -Presiden! flvin Troutman Se ere tary- Treasurer Charles Hubs eh Historian ffliehac! DavidThe YUJCTf and the YT tCf p oy OP important ro e n he orientation of he campu r udenh. The cueel y IT per Jen icer of the e two oryariya-tio 7 have erred e pec o ty toy re tor e fo he rehy our fai h o! he co eye. 7he t annua TT o her} Uteel tnd prefer i an exre en opportunity for ftd ourrhip behjeen f udenh ondparent . Officer f of he YMJM Y m Prcfhaent ff ar e Carr Ihce Prefiden Tr eanor ht ' e fecre ary ft rre Car man rca urer tttor or e Th (terror fJrc dent -Ttv r? trout man lt re Prr ident - toucan t n tey fecre ary Utard Yorhr Trea urer Lloyd tourer OLYmpwn (ounciL Let's yo classical! This has ban fh( entreaty of the Olympian Council,[ Hie newest dub on Hie campus. This oryani ahon has been instrumental in brinyiny to its members a wealth ot information on Ionian history; my that ocjy, and customs, ft Christmas party served to explain homan customs of edebraf ny national festivals. fresident tomaine ttacker dice President John tuck matter here!ary Treasurer lobert fstauyhThe t oddy fcientific hen group until it hat become the targe ft (tub on the campuf. The bi-monthly meeting are marked with dif-cuifionf ted by gued and ftudent peahen on topicf of (dentific inhered. La ft year under the dired ion of Protector tkchmyer, the foody edobtided the tjodc y ttonorory Thuard o renior award for excellence in fcience. tretidentf-------------Richard fitter, -Etv 'n fieht M ce-free dentf...............Ttvin Troutman, Taut iite tiet fee ret ary- frearurer- -ftden heifer I I wiiiwimuL mi 10my The fndudr af ffdt todefy u oi founded in 19)1. for he purpote oi {offering profeuiondf offifude and good feffouj-(hip among fhe men in the induff rial ar f curriculum. fdonflly meefingf ore held a! uihich time tubjedf relevant fo fhe infer-eth of the group ore cfiuuned by men active in fhe held of indudriaf ar f education. Preudenf- ffotuord Timfey fecre o y -Pouf (lieihe feature -111nhaef DavidPRIITIflRY CLUB ft i _t ii a Ihe Pnmor ij (tub fail year teor(]Qniz.ec iff plan of meehnej Int lead of bimonlhlj meelincji, Ihe dub innoi afed a plan of hold-incj four major meefinjt u?i h projramt of special inf erect fo ihe Primif (froup. aHf mere jiuen hj a pfjcbia riff a primorj teacher ol note, endbi] repreientalivefoUhrlfate Department of Public Indrue!ion. PreridenI t nna fiomberc er Vice ft elide ?] flbyorelFilbert fecrefaries ffnne erx er on 'Pf fene ff mc e ' Treu urer - V rc inia LUinaniIf I = RURAL CLUB Thu orgonizo ion, under ih( guiding hand °f fflrflovii, maij iudhj claim !o be one of the mo l ad ire duff of ffie (ol eg e fdicjh IijMf of Hie fora! dob program were Hie Annual furol Conference, Toy Day, I he (hrid mar Flat , and the !prin ] Oubing. Trejidenf Jacob linger f Inzer (Horner lice free ide di Te I fppley -j.L civis Frown Jecrefarin Plan Louire fudg Florence (PiIon heowrer - {leanor UJi eLIBRARY SOOTY CLUB Mi resident Edith tohrer the Library Jeienee dub mas organized A) pr ovide an opportunity for Un formulation 0 professional ideal and feehnigues by the library same students. Twice each month matings were held a! which time sfudenls and professional librarians presented Treasurer - fflarguerile Eby practical aid lo he future librarians. E60 Vue resident - fftinda ft tor ris on fee ret ary fttargore favage I I I E TRAVEL (LUB Tlrising from no professional need, he raison d'etre of he Travd C ub is mainly diversion and entertain-mad. bJi h (fins (die hey as sponsor the Travel C ub brouyhI to conclusion another year's program of in fere sting informal, V( travelogues and lively parties. President - fftiee (ashman Viee-fresidtnl T. lea nor (jjis ( Seen ary - Harvard Schaeffer Treasurer- fflar e ffteCinnis E6i((TAPPER ST -Editor -in - Chief---Uenry L Mar Met fftonoyiry Editor— Leah Bury Manayiny Editor - ftnton He fitobe up -Editor -John Ur pruno Forum Editor—Le ter t-tottinker fport Editor Etyene Bahte B urine Mo nay or—Charter ttul ch -Ear u tty Etdw or—ffti Morion pencer Romaine thicker, Bernice t eretry, Both teen tetter, ff ir ornZetter, Richard Bitter, Leroy flj ztey, -ftnno Hritffher, Jeon tnyder, Maryoret' oroye, tt ire tartiny , Robert Buffey, C oir (trim, - tone Rirre, Martha Royer, Betty Jor e , Ctorter Bo r e , Robert Orore, ft wood chrtff er, Ldithorn Duncan, Marion Joner. 62TOUftJfTOre STflff Pdifor irrf iief— Paul Bra hbill Bu me r ITlanayer — Jamer 1 10 1 1 -flffoaafePJi orr Edi h flohrer ler er Uo lnyer Hary l.Berber (jJ IIxir iready fUverfi iry fflanoyerr—Jo m louder, P hrywrite P yfJome l Jill arn , fl inorJy e , Holer Jau r Oepor fncn Pdilor —Bornaine lar er, oral Pl o eiler, 6or or lo yencx er.Jofephjnc (lulnbach, Rebecca fhy leryer, Leroy fli ley, fluyene flyer , Bern)re fler hey, Helen err, Paul flnkrum. Helen hei er, Pleonor Ui e, Donald I lor Le! erer - ( ferljohn on, Horo d'hi fe Pr, f rd ony Yu novic . Bar onjohn on, Bo ph Poc en, Uord Yor f, Harry Her k UollerYonfj, fhor e HuM, Car! bdeifinyer. Pacufly fldwor — Hr B. fl O burria (flPELW CHOIR The ft Cape I la Choir composed of more than sixty voic es is nous fhe sole vocal music organization of the Colleye. It came as the result of consolidating fhe dee Clubs and the Chape Choir. Under the direction of Professor Porter, fhe f! Capella Choir made public appearances throughout the year. The past Christmas unity for demonstrating its potentialities, when it cjave a rendition ot Ttandets "ffless ah." season provided the Choir with the oppor opp, i: A i: l; AWith the open inj of the football season t the College Band, cuith fin ton tiers as drum-major, made a sink inj appearance in its near h ucf and c o d uniforms. The Band on many occasions poroved ea uab e in bolster in the spirit of the fflillers e Tteuen. Tot to urine the football season, tftn Porter reorganized the band for concertpurposes, ftn innovation usas the iprincj projtam which included a prominent part in the Senior C ass Day activities MDD(inmm players Reverse dramahr and you have Ci amard. Reverse he general order of behavior ar dyou have a yroup of oriyina iand ver a i e p oyers. Cost -bine fhe fuso ondyou hove he O o -mord P ayers, os hose purpose ss fo produce p oys of ss eri ond o ahe fhe opprer a ion of drama. R'o foasisTy fhe ini fso fryou s fhe r ub tjJOS divided info yroups ushirhprc enfedone - or p ays of sub- eyuerd mee inys. The flnnuof fday Rife (u mino ed fhe year's adiv y President - Roberf tdi fiarns Vice- Pres denf- ftu h D f r?yer fecrefary-fffary (Reinho Id Treasurer - fflary Hafhryn 4-Jerr §: f 9 % 9 9- 9: f a 3=TOU(UfTOrf DOUBLE DOOR by df jalefh Hi Hadden Cm OF CHHRRCTFR fjyery------------Rnne Hi e Tel on------------Robert Uilliam I oui e-----------Raney Herr Uilliom----------vtlbJooJ Jefreff er Tlnne Darrou--------Dorofhy He Caroline Van BreT Htary hatbryn Herr fetor id Van Brel Hilary Rol rer [Hr. Cho c—-- Ceorye Dick TRorfimer Reff—Lloyd PoUer Rip Van BreT-J. ( . I onyeneckt Dr John fully—Henry U aHier Lumber!----Paul Helper Direr or----FR dE fher fen hard I faying andliyffiny by Indu lrial Hr! Theater HubinDUJTRML ARTS TULflTLR CLUB The man behind Hie scenes is pro bab y an Industrial flrls Theatre dub member; lor i! is only throuah Hu cooptr-al on of this cjroup lhal ploys have ban produced at fflillersvilk. Industrial ttrk men ujho an interested in Hit cons rudion o slap sds and the problems of sfaj( licjhf iny compose this dub. Durincf lit past year Hie slap properties ol !h( (o kp were auamnhd by a new outdoor id. (eneral Hlanapr - Howard Tinsley dap Hlanapr (harks iuckhy Ekdrkian Harold Kilhdfer herdary-James bdilliams Treasurer- (harks Iuckhy BElEflROJ CLUB The Research dub became a pari oh the extra-curricular ac ivi ies a few years aejo to provide tor va ua -bte Irammey in the use of slalis ics. Tts the name research“ implies, his dub examines data critically in a search for new fads and relationships. The use of tests for Hie purposes of comparison is studied. (residents - Les er ftollinaer James bdilliams tec re ary - Treas urers - Harold lipperl Edith tohrerE-EnOLMW CLUB The English (lub welcomes fhose students laviny par lieu tar inferesf or abilily in liferary activities. The objective of the (tub is to mate its members Encjtish-consaous. ft new program has been undertatien-thol of creative writinj. Those desirincj to compete submitted original compositions-prose orpoetry-which were read before the dub andjudged, with prizes cjoiny to fbe best. President ftnna Jane Erubafter dice-President fttarcjuer fe £by Tec re tary - Treas urer path teen Sfettermu LinVARSITY (LUB E Membership in Millersvif e's athletic association is limited to those men uj o have us on their ft m footha i has Bet -ba h or base ball. Fhe [Farsihj Club, together with the cot- eye, makes fhe presentation of all athletic awards. fTtittersvitte L efter men; fjchard Bishop, Fhuood Get tit a hi, Lester Chor es, Harold Brosey, Matter Gant a Harold Habte, Hou ard 77nsley, i Mesteij huemmer e, f ay Sh nyter, Hanley Shorts, Donald Ju ope, Paul deiper, Herbert Jhauls t Gilbert Johnson, Hart Houtr, tf chard fodd, John fees, Mittiam Warner, Joseph Mi eman, LUit iam Botyer, Frank ihannon.fOOTMLL Opponent fTlillersville Btoomsburj (, 0 California S 6 fflansfield o 7 fflonkfair 3J 0 LUifson j dhippensburp o Ilut. Coach Heller, Capt Qer itzhi and Coach Pucillo. The pods of the pips fin seemed fo frown upon the fflillers vide cjridden. Lacfinp an abundance of stronp reserves, Coach Puci fo's efforts broucjhf forth but tcuo victories in six starts. Titter the first three endeavors resu fmj in as many defeats, a cloud of cj oom (descended upon the entire campus. Captain Cer ifzhi and his cohorts then showed their fu t strength bp upsettinp a h phip-touted TJans se d earn and furninp hoch the p uchp (Ui son teachers. In the last pome of the season before a record ffomecomin y hap Crou d,a determinediVit ersvitte Eleven faced a stronger Shtppens-burp team. The resu finp defeat was no disgrace to the etforfs of the localpr dders. Thus. fTlillersville saw the finish of another up-and-down footha season.fOOTMLL d€( LIT I, (enhr UA 0OV,M ?1HOUTZ, Sock pun son, Ta k e W04£K. Guard L dL (£ , (enter JUOPZ. Tackle Back YOKKl, £xt LAUKMLffl .fan mAMKO. Tackle)WV 112(1(111 DimooD W 'ftjnou j ouounmjn uoiiiwe 9i)wL ‘H)iAOin)i y °v xo) 9 y)Dl' 3A0 5 y Dt 'hmjiHi t npy ujojj Sumffjj uzppu j jml Vtun wuoojCThHen ville Opponent MIKETMLL huspuehanna x V fshippenslurp ° -£fra both town y W ftufztown )i V B oomshurp V 17 Blooms burp ss S' fuspuehanna ° V fbippensburp X y Indiana y California r s6 fTlanapers Charles, huemmerle and T LUeisinqer. dropping six of the first seven frays, the Bloch and Cold dribblers come to life and lou ed over four of fheir last five opponents, mof ny the yyy-pf, slate read- five triumphs and seven set-lochs oof of tcue ve pomes. In severaf of hese fos ny foss es the ffl ffersv fle pu nfet held the upper hand fhrouphouf the pome on y to fo f before o fast minute rally of the invaders, ffloreover, op prep ate season's scores have shou n the fucif o-men cu fh p8( po nts as apainst for the opposition. The spuad remains practically intact for next pear, I os my by production on y (ante, firststrinp center, and Jins fey t substitute puard.MfKETMLL VANITY SQUAD iMFTflin BISHOP, (uord zffWTf, (enter jlT]fl P Lty, forward 4.Tin(LfY, Guard j. UILt fflflfl, forward 6 EDmilT0n % Guard J. f flf)fl£L{, (enter I.IKILL-Ef{, (ward (, forward i0. IODD, forward ; Ijunior VANITY TOUCiUTOflEBfltEBflLL '9)6 i KEIPER, Led field I ((££$, Pitcher 3 mnnon, Center field 4 BIWOF, Catcher 5 UOUTZ. ThirdBafe 6 5H0f{ft pt) Shod Hop j MVI£S, TdanocjerTOU04(TOn-E DUWl£K. Coach 7Thz I9J Jenna Team Tanacpr Jtarvey Gran John Carman, Garner (hr, Coach beckmyer, - Qnhn Idea, fflervin Tiller, Ralph Paden I9J6 fchedule ■Earl Jhroudihurg J.ZC away TedCheder f.T(;away 4 3 oomtburcj J. T(; away fhippernburg J' T(; away (afawha College, a home Shippemhurg S.T.C; erf home B oomthurg S TCf a! home TJ zalxIhkxun Col lege, a! home (iIRLi-flTUlITIO ( iris' afUetics, alth OUjtl of an infra-mural nature, have no! been lachincj in spirit nor been com petition. Under fhe direction of Uliss UJichey, volleyball, hockey, basketball, fumbhncj, and archery have provided an outlet ho the eneryies oh hhlillenville co-eds.GIRLS'flTULfTKiVOLLEY MIL The Outdoor Volleyball tournament inaugurated Hie c ir s' ports program, linehen teami were en lered in the tourney, from uihieh a lopti omore yroup, eap ained by Illary Henley, finally emerejed victorious only after bane] pushed to the limit by the Freshmen. 1 1 1 i. Pauline jmilh Verna fieisey Violet fflarley tarah (food Illary Louise budy buth IHiller Hetsy Fbd HI ary !lersheyGIRLS' MihfTBflLL: Unusual basketball ability was displayed by Ik ( even learns entered in the eyirfs yym class tourney. The in tense enthusiasm aroused in the eon tests reaehed its heieyht in the final eyame betmen Elizabeth Herr's Sharpshooters and the Skeeters captained by Jane Sellers. Championship Tam Elizabeth Herr Janice Viebahn Edith Carper Hnna Cross teutah (irvin Ifhtdred Herr ftnnabet Eitneier Louise bJetehUCKKfY 7 h Inter-Clan Hockey Tourno ment proved to be one of the mod closely conic sled of all the tournaments, jeven team (oucjhl biker y until the very end when the H u's, eap amed by Ilia HaucjL defeated Lois For ten-baucjh’s bepub nans in an ex ra-period fray. f9F Hockey (hampe fkla Haueyh ftnna Mary j i Fnne heifer Mae Hater (erlrude Funk Lena He the! hefty Juncjhans Louise bJeteh fftanon fkeen Hedy Jones Etizabefh Hokes Ftnne Hreiset"yyririrrr tanniBHa s-HHHH!"!! 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Donald llo jl acyues Be Boss, Trnes chreiber le Beau. l lichael David Jir Oliver THor ex , Charles Hubsch Duke Frederick, 1 toward him lei Hymen, Fdi h Pohrer Duke fenior. Harold liable William, James Hank dmiens. Harold Filhefler Pacje s: Helen t eifer; TlHier HIiHer Director, Ft in Tdher Lenlardl rrwY my The biennialIIlay Day Fdeproved ap easan innovation from ha o!previous yean. The celebration began a dusk and was climaxed by he Junior from, a! which the Queen ol I he If lay and her (our! wen honor guests. The feslivilies were built around a carnival I heme, opening will) a ball held in honor ol the Queen and continuing will) mashed dance numbers exe cu ed by various groups. The Fde terminated in a gala ball room scene guile remini seen! ol I he l lardi dras. I Hiss Aurora Uiehcy ably directed he entire performance assisted by Hiss Esther Lenhard! and Hr. John fuei lo. lylvia Longcnechei; he Queen ol he I flay, was abended by the Hisses Hershcy LJ se, Filbert flugsberger, (us cr, Dn singer hussd, (ate, (tod feller, fill Her, trenciscn, frock bill, fflarlin, Campbell, Jones, and Lose.fiw hundred fifty copies of The Touchdone hove been published, of which your copy it number 2. ff the 6 Touchifone mahei its debut on the camput, if becomer the (pedal pleaiure of fhe Editors fo expren their graf- fade fo off fhoie who had a part in ih production. The if off wishes especially to convey ih appreciation fo Tffr. hurl P. Os burn, whose rich badlground of experience proved invaluable in hurdling many an obi fade. The sty fine alone is a credit to his artistry. To TPiss. -Ethel Jane Pause tt and Dr. fflarh Stine the Editors owe a word of thantu for their timely counsel and been interetf in the progress of the booh. Pnd The Touchstone is surety indebted to a certain nine Industrial ■Arts men whose stfillfut lettering pens displaced the linotype. 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