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No man can reveal to you aught but that wh1ch already l1es half asleep 1n the dawmng of your knowl edge The teacher who walks 1n the shadow of the temple among h1S followers glV6S not of h1s wtsdom but rather of h1s farth and h1S lovmgness If he lS rndeed w1se he does not b1d you enter the house of h1S wrsdom but rather leads you to the thresh old of your own m1nd The astronomer may speak to you of h1s understand mg of space but he cannot grve you h1s understandrng The mus1c1an may srng to you of the rhythm wh1ch lS 1n all space but he cannot glV6 you the ear wh1ch arrests the rhythm nor the VOlC6 that echoes 11 And he who 18 versed 1n the SCISDCS of numbers can tell of the regrons of we1ght and measure but he can not conduct you thrther For the v1s1on of one man lends not 1ts wrngs to another man Kahl1l Grbran adrrunistrators, faculty, staff PRESIDENT CALVIN E. GROSS ROBERT STALCUP IOHN BURKE DAYTON GRAEMAN RONALD STEELE 1' X! 5315 X f".?EEE E E KHEL O. MARKEN SYLVIA WALLACH ,,.Jf Q I-IUMANITIES RICHARD BAGG IDI-IN BARBEE DAVID PAY B. I. WAGNER JEAN IQBOUL Q' -. . 2441- . vi: fi' T 11.741 H26 - - f1.:1Q,: Q. 'gym -3, ' " V wg - ' gl. 5 :. .5i 'f, A f-rf" ,, -1 X 1 A Vrr P 1 , I . f m., ' .x- LEE RAMSEY LLOYD COUSINS BEHAVIQRAL ll ik 'f' H7 RCDBERT SHUPORD guyz . ,X f'3-SLI? ' f Q ' I 1 5 1 . If, A if it 5 I' ' AY! NCE l Q I EDWARD RISINGER CALVIN CLAUS NN -O", MICHAEL TODT ,ii .T - T " ii fl 'xx s X s ,ga 1 SARA EWALD , 411-1- SYLVIA LANDSMAN TQNY GRAMZA PR f, X 0 HELEN CHALLAND FRANCIS WILSGN ARTHUR HANNAH HAL C-ALBREATH NATURAL SCIENCE SAMUEL JOHNSON ' , "' ' p Q ,. IUDY NQQNAN- ' ,f vi PUSATERI PATRICIA BLU5 ,..-1 Nhwtnwa Nfl A THOSE MAKE-UP DAYS ARE REALLY GETTING T0 ME! I 2 f WS LILLIAN STEVENS IDA SIMMONS L I 1 w I f X 13 I? , 4 1, '1 I 'L ., ,,.. '- PAUL TRAPTON FRED WILKINS X. N... -I . k JA: - f ViRC-INIA DE GRYSE , aw I UQ .E Zi, ,g4 f 5 , r 1 ,e-N' "'? f GLENA TELDER MILDRED TAUBER QQ. 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W1 ii-2 , Q , ' 4 I . 3 .uw - x""XR?x X ' T'-51:52 S' , I . , W Wm K 3 . Ax I LNQXV, xx o- J- ! J 1 1 n. 11 'iw' 9. ...L I' ?" lj 4-if f V im, MJ ff, i R .11-.1-"' f-gf 1 , R ',H'v ,xL 9 ' gf 1 I 3 .. fs y Q :.'- 1 1 t Q! .' 1 X ..., V . - . 1 . "S ag L? ia P ' 'Af ,. 1, Y z is L ,gf 5+-Q. ' ,QM V L, Wanna feel my muscle 11tt1e g1I1'7 Now what would happen lf 'iq-uv W Nice pair a legs ya got there! Now we will go through the esthetic Value of a cigar' box. 2 , ,f 3 , ffl' . V I 'E , E ., 131'-i IZ' I - ..l, - 2 N ', 1 W ' av wg ' L 1 ,W In .,,-- Q A, V. 1 I 5 I l 'W' ' j X . 1 3 M V, ...,, . ji! vw: '0 Sw fm r- NT . H , 4 N ' !"".. ww' q I knew I should have brought my lunch. I don't care what you say, we're going to let him graduate. l I n Q-Y, T No I won't play in the remake of Gone With The Wind! It's hard to tell where anything is in this place. O. K. Now play it again. Another "filling" lunch at Hennesy's. A D0 WITHTHESHOE. . . 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' ' za 1 A L4 1",f-.1-1" 5,2 ' 6 .- -R xv Ni'-5 - P seniors ALL CAN HEAR BUT QNLY THE SENSITIVE CAN UNDERSTAND Av ' Q wg, ,dvyfy ,- , I, f,W,,f vl 1 M ,,,, - ff-- , X53 " La' . iw ',1,:z-3..f'3Z"'7':1 " ia? N WQZZQW A ! E 3 4 L fv'.cM'e??' vm, f,v,,. V, sw -. .ff A if ,ff V if s 9- , 4 W-N, 'M. ,A yn W. ' fGaa1,1.5IT. '- ' !47I15".'k'7X.:f":'5o3"'LZ4Wib3: I , Zi'1'1,:"L. f v.-Hmm,-f -MH" V V -L:':f1m,.,A. 'L I nz, .-:x5nef5g1,.f,?'ffif: :as-s:':' ' 5 :Z ya...,:' xg: .AMIA Jim f, ff: Wh - ' 9 -hz '1 11 f 1 he f"""",H' ,, ra'-.ma , ' V- '5 ' 'f M51 a,a.,,,: I 'L , Tm "'13qXf,3'r-wil NF' ,W We-'Hi ' . 3? if "' Hmmws in ,vw x v- ' lvorhfwidsiela Y an ff ii in-, 'ff 2, I , ,J .,.,f -2' , f ,A "'ffff:51':Lf,: 3 A 25555156 s, J .v1,. i Q 'S 1 , e 32 E 2 : ! , Q fhifmuemadifwfwiff fauna PI! Il? W1-vm My-may ,1fw"" -,:,,f.QWWv WILLA ADAMS Life is only what you make it. CARYL ALTER MELTRAS W . AMMONS Well, if you think this life is bad - What's your alternative? FRANCES Y. AMOS Dear Fellow Student, "When things go. wrong as they sometimes will, When the road you're trudging is all up hill, When funds are low and the debts are high, , When you want to smile but you have to sigh, A - When care is pressing you down a bit, Q Rest if you must, but don't you quit! " Anonymous Submitted by Senior Fran Amos DONALD ANDRE Regrets afew Frustratlons many Hope Always Love Always Amrs amlgos VanyV1ven D1os COT1 ff? KAREN Y BELL The best thmg I can be lS Me' STEPHANIE BELL You can t forget the laughter or the tears MARGARET BENI-IAM MARGARET BERNARDI Pleasure affords more delrght when shared wlth others SALLY BLOM HAROLD M. BLUE Life is an experience, it is your job to make it a good experience. SHARON D. BROWN Happy is the student who leaves National with a degree and his Cherj sanity . LOIS C. CAVANAGH-DALEY Shanti MARGRET CHALMERS The measure of man resides not in what he does, but in what he tries. BETSY CHRISTENSEN I say "tryg" if we never try, we shall never succeed . Q f fw it Q If Wf'---?-w- 'Q xx- . .W V-.,.,,v VANESSA CLAWSON I hear and I forget: I see and I remember: I do and I understand . ESTEE COHEN Solitude is fine when you are at peace with yourself and have something definite to do. JULIE DAUGHERTY In a world where it's so difficult to derive any meaning, there is nothing so gratifying as the immediate human response of children. CARLA ERLAND CAROL FERSTL For what I am today , and for what I will be tomorrow, is all because of two people whom I love very much. MICHAEL K . FITZGERALD The language of the lips is easily taughtg but who can teach the language of the heart? I 43 LINDA GERGERIAN Don t ever doubt what your heart says lS true though everythlng around you says no SUE HALE It s always easler to make a comrnltrnent or to get 1nvo1ved rn somethlng than to get out of KIM HALL You are the best you you can only be the second best anyone e se ROSE MARIE HAMBRICK Llfe lS beautlful when one sees beyond 11 KARLA FLOOD I am not a teacher but an awakener ummm 2 l 1 MARGUERITE HARRINGTON I want to teach my students how to live this life on Earth . . . To face its struggles and its strife And to improve their worth. ANNE MARIE HARRSCH Even if you are on the right track, you'11 get run over if you just sit there . THOMAS HAWKINS DAWN HEDBERG Recipe for a good life: Laughter - Love - Happiness JOAN HEMMER It is never too late to have a dream come true . GAIL HETZER At long last! BERLYN HILL NITA HOLMES ZELDA E. IACKSON Progress is everyone pushing in the same direction. PRICILLA JONES They said it couldn't be done: But I said maybe and did it anyway. The best is yet to be . SANDRA KALIKA This time like all times is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. ANNETTE KAPANTAS Happiness is the reflection of a smile. 'fe Q rf. if 414014 M1945 iweww' qua, KIM KOSINSKI CELESTE LAUER Thanks to all and good-bye! MARY BETH LAUER ANNA LEDONNE We are all happier when we look ahead with confidence . DIANE LEE Duties never conflict. I do what I want to do. DENICE LINDAHL We live and grow by new knowledge . M416 .23 l .i l IACQUELINE LOTT Never give up until you feel you have reached your goal. SUE MACHAK TINA MAKRIS Morning will break , once we've danced on this earth for universal harmony. MARGO MANOLAS A true friend is the best possession. TERRY MARKEN PATRICIA MATTHEWS With diligence and determination, we will be able to hurdle our most appalling obstacles. ROBERTA MCCOLLISTER It's not too late to wonder. REBECCA D . MCMILLAN No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else. f . E X TIMOTHY I McMURRAY People who bnng sunshlne to others cannot keep ll from themselves RICHARD C MECKEL What 1S once loved you wrll f1nd lS always yours Take 11 rn your mlnd and nothlng MARION MEINHARDT Words are a source of mrsundersrandrngs SUE MIKKOLA May peace and happrnes be wrth thyself always It 1S the best thlng ln llfe to be MATTHEW MILLER Love hrdes a mulutude of faults DEBORAH I MIOSSI Qurero saber Qurero conocer ever can take it away. LINDA MOLDAVAN Pain makes man thinkg thought makes man wise: wisdom makes life endurable GAIL MUCIBABICH Come forth into the light of thingsg let Nature be your teacher. BONNIE MURPHY Take time to laugh It's the music of your soul. Take time to be friendly, It's your key to happiness. JENIFER MYLES A , 5516 I' 44 A' 95:-1 if ' gf: if KATHY NASH Thanks for many good friendships and memories . . . "Lucy!" "We Four," Hey Crip, how's your arm, knee, toe, finger? "Nashie" JANET OPPENHEIM Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together. BEVERLY OTTAVIANO Hold fast your dreams, for if they die - Life is a broken winged bird . . . That cannot fly . JAN PAPAGEORGE It's what you learn after you know it all that counts. BARBARA PHILLIPS There are marshmallows, gumdrops and peppermint canes With stripings of scarlet and gold , And you carry away of the treasure that rains as much as yourcapron can hold! BETTY PIEPHO There are things that are known and things that are unknowng in between are doors. JEFFREY S. PAULY A time for change is a time for greatness. TERESA POPLAWSKI Love is the active concern for the life and the growth of that which we love. t W IOSEPHINE RAMIREZ Los ninos son la esperanza del mundo. GAYLE ROMANELLI The most you can do is the best you can. MARGO ROBINSON PI-IYLLIS ROGERS There's a road ahead for which we strive, Never permit a shadow to cover it. KEN SAKAMOTO Chrldhood 1S the truest v1s1on 1n the world STEVEN SCHAFF BARBARA SEALS CONNIE SEIBERT Work lS love made V1Slb16 Wmmmw ANDIE SILGUERO Gracras a todos qurenes estuvleron coumrgo surante ml estancra aqur con todo carrno les deseo muchas bendrcrones de Dros MARY ANN SMITH The object of educatron 15 to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout thelr 11ves PATRICIA SMITH Imagrne the love we speak of made real Imaglne the peace we hope for COU16 IILIC II'1'1Elg11'lC ll 1I1 OIIC IIITIS 1l'l OI16 NANCY IEAN SULLIVAN Success comes from hope Hope comes from confrdence Confrdence comes from love DIANE SZLAK I slng rn srlent harmony We shall be free PATRICIA TAYLOR SARA TISDEL DIANE M. TOBLESKY When I was young, every day was as a begrnnrng of some new thrng, and every evenlng ended wrth the glow of the next day's dawn. : . . , . place , in one person. l M -2-if ff' 54 MQ? , TERRI TOWNSEND MAGGIE VANAKEN DIANE M WEAVER No man 1S an lsland TANYA MARIA WHITLEY Llfe 1S what you make ll and who you make ll Wllhl I DIANA WHITMORE DELORES O WILLIAMS I am able to love very 11ttle and I choose partners who are able to love even less JANET WEBB ,At-2 1 RENEE WILLIAMS GERALDINE WILLIAMS Your world is as big as you make it. SANDRA WILLIAMS WENDY WILLIAMS LUCINDA WISE RUTH WISE MAURA LEE WIX There are three thlngs that last farth hope the greatest of these 1S love HOPE YAMASHITA A ch11d s smlle 1S worth a thousand words DEBI YARRIS Follow your dream DAVID YEATS Keep a frre burnrng 1n your eyes Pay attentron to the open skres You 11 never know what w11l be comrng down ROSEMARY YORK PAULETTE ZIFFERSKY No one 1S perfect' Admrttrng you ve made a mrstake takes much courage but 1S necessary to succeed rn thrs world fU"H .1 'Y' 1 iii A . , TIM! Q s N S.,-gvnvy. - uf: 1 9 4 'ig ?p' "W-.4 fi ,W 1 N. vig .,, , V A '.4: wi def- L ' X U W ,, , ,,,,.A , ',,, 1 xv A1-Q2 fm ,E f .J A , 5 . 4 R . S K J Lf1.vw:u., ,,,,. f 1 I, 1 , f4v.Lf', ' " ! ,1,MJ,nv 4"f1:'w , , V ww 'hz 4 xi . 5 , fu qi' sq.. '15,-W Ugg. ww lg. lg., Hg' Ulnp',' 4 f l0'I4r4fy1y," 0' "NQ'w '.".'., fly ffl' 1311's muah I Haifa! J, Hg: Dpi, 'lm I 'mf I f IW Nj H I M 1 4 , f 1 , ,ff R A , , av N 'fs A if ga A wg, lg w 1 I A A L A -- V- 9 cifi? 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'N 4 L , W I I s L li A 1 i I ' il I 1 1 n ' I N 4 ! I as E Rafe Quake: THE GLASS MENAGERIE The Speech-Theatre area of the Fine Arts Department has two major aspectsg the Children's Theatre tours, Cthis year they played to over 12,000 children in 3 showsj and the successful college productions saluting the bicentennial. The three productions were ".The Last of Mrs. Lincoln," "Adrift in New York," and "The Glass Menagerie" pictured below. 31.42 9945? ,-ri M. ,aw QM' +-wwf , H wx 14, a ' vf,,, J , 'L S5 tg , ,. 4 '- uwrsiz-111 54 ,- , r 'Ach DZ, v1.f"', pf V A 1 4 f.,, ff .f A " , Z fm- - . i .. if 'Q mn- Q W 92 'ff ig, 'vfif' 'www' 'Wx i W 2 , Q-Q I 5 5.4. . Z 2 . I 1 0 ' ,, 2 X N' ' " WE 3 Q' Sf 'vga . V , . ' ' xwf a 1 V I Y, , sf , , I, - , x I fji,.- ,mind :H ,fjw-f ,W W' " v f' vf ., ,Y . x A , in , , ,. ' AQ, , ,W .. If V , U f W N 5 H i . X f ' 5 .. .S Q V 5 In ,WX I ,A A , 4 Hogg, A 'T IJJ' ly? tw 1 Wlwnw wwf 11 Jwwygfffn TCW ASSQCIATIGN SQUARE DANCE 9 gf'f"s.x.: . 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MEMBERS Willa Adams Meltras Ammons Karen Bell Aminta Carter Renee Eldridge Lee Ola Hoosman Carmen Ketchum Joyce Mackrel Judy Miller Debra Rieves Kim Scott Janet Webb Paulette Williams Renee Williams Rosemary York ADVISORS Helen Cooper Alice Robinson ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA A-.NM KAPPA DELTA PI ii? 5 ,gg 7 5 , . f. ff? ,wyqfff STUDE TSE ATE W' ., W CGNCERT CHGIR 4 V M l IOO PRCC-RAM BQARD N I 0 THIS YEAR'S REBELS Mike Burton Neal Honda Nick Maldonado Matthew Miller Iohn Pronos Kenneth Sakamoto Kevin Schaffer Dan Schwears Rick Thompson EE N.C.E. REBELS COACH Barry Traynor MANAGER Janet Webb ,ff ,f- if N 103 Lag.- Qfi Eg """4. Q42 J 'Op K M' J' 'f"'1?':':.'a- fl XL I nv-""" Q paw' ff yy .- pany- ,x :E . A 459, hz! a E , riff'- , Qhm '14 ftgq y,m4 jf 5 fs .4 ,ww -..a-""' 'bilnizzk PQMPO S Sue Sm1l1e Debble Rleves Tonr Ha1r1son Josepha Walker Verna Barton Theresa Rhone Wanetta G1ll1an Adele Meyers Donna Newton Claudrla Hearns Falth Krrcher Stepanle Bell Glorla Ben Carmen Ketchum Nelda Bradley Sponsor Ms Noonan The Pom Pons g1I1S work hard to provrde entertamrnent for the spectators and support for the basketball players The squad was enlarged thrs year and many rdeas went together to form new and effectlve routrnes The Homecoming dance was held at Marienthal in honor of the basketball players and to crown our homecoming queen. The lucky lady was Fran Vitalli. Other contestants were Sue Smilie, Deb Rieves, Carol Willey, Janet Webb, Sue Mikola , Betty Hill and Cathy McGuire. HQMECCMI GDANCE 'S vii' 'K ,f"'f- M ff? 3' A 9 . , eg, . 4 my Q "- fx , , Ak 153' Fifty years ago in March National College of Education moved from Chicago to the North Shore, the site where Harrison I-Iall now stands. To commemorate this move the present students and faculty re-enacted the original celebration. Red balloons were launched . We hope our next fifty years will be as successful as the last fifty . r 4, 1, J- ,Q ' 9 X HEY, ,za . , ,Q ,. ,a Mg, l', l,' fm: in 4 ur'v,"n. I in 55: X l. J' Vw U v, as In .Yi -,Q V' ss, 'P an 5, 3325 . ,., x. K n R ss x 'fe 5 ..g it X , ' xl 1 w U' " , 9 0 V . . .V 5. Y N, aw , L' 4 6 5. r' 5 V Xi MZ 3 Q K F' 4' av . ,1 Y ' x IN" 11 --' . . am' 45 "ah - r gf . . vw-.Q-1 "' f- z fs? at Q 'X Nl-N, . , 9 Q3 ..,, r- ,Q '41-f- 15 :3 . ,J 3 1 1' Q P .. YV. X N, 1, I ' , , ' 1 ' L' fi M X F X ,, , ,T . , is ' . F K U 1 4 2' S. I PARENTS . 3 . !, , f' .- . .A . ,z 4 1 I ,f Xb.. X, 1 f -'Q -sig H7 2 .A 5 ,-, MW. 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It only matters that we are And rt doesn t matter lf we are today or tomorrow or yesterday because we can t be never we are And berng what we are I can t promrse you tomorrow for I am only promtsed today Now I wrll love you rn all the ways I can love And we ll both have to have falth rn tomorrow But 1n case tomorrow 1S not yours or mrne, let me grow from you today For we are Mark Krng chicago campus , I So let this be my commitment: THEY DO IT ALL PUR Us Y ADMINISTRATQRS, 1fACULTY, sTAP1f I h 9 ASSY' WL Rev Ralph S11VCIlO Barbara Watson M3I13 Santos Helen Yates LaVerne V1ChOWSky 1 32? A ' 34 aiu ,, , . 4? , 24 , . . . . 4 Janet Murphy Joe Rine and Barbara Brown Concepclon Rodrlguez L Shella Jones NOT PICTURED Patrlca B1do1 George Carrasco Rlchard Johnson Ellzabeth Landerholm Lenore McCarthy The EEO Center The TREE Staff Inez Baptlst DEBRA BRENNAN SHARON CALHGUN JEAN CAMPBELL HELEN CLARK SENIORS I26 W SANDRA CARLSON IFD1' J CHANDRA ELLIS -'Y' WW ELIZABETH FOGERTY PAMELA FRAZIER SHIRLEY HALL 7 4 wil I 'N I 12 MELVINIA JEFFERSON DETRA JONES GUADALUPE MORENO CYNDI PEREZ JOHNNIE POWELL PATRICIA ROSIEJKA f W., x. X Wm, X -R I 'lx A Q N Y 1 N 1 1 i i E i 6 N W N P -Kar' X '?' . . 4 . H , ..,I ,- id"- W x 1 lx N 3 c 1 1 s , 1 A x J W ,K CAROL ROTT MARY TABISZ CAROL THEISEN DARLENE TORIBIO ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD ARCELIA VARGA O CLUBS, COMMITTEES, GRGUPS Student Council Pamela Frazier Sharon Gay Dorothy MCKCCVCI' Julianna Ware Student Concern Mike Todt Ioe Rine Pamela Frazier Dorothy McKeever Ane Weston National Commuter Delphine Cates Mike Lesko Arlene Saldana .wmma .9 , UA. X f - ,K ' -Wm..-..:.,,., , . V 1, , g f 1 R.- Nmfdfl 5 in .. f' "' 1 K QA it W 3,9 ACt1V1ty Commlttee Arsenla Flournoy Sharon Calhoun Delphrne Cates Marrlyn Vaughn Jose Rlvera Sharon Gay Latmo Club Jose Rlvera M3Il3 Rodrrguez MHICI3 Markowrcz Arlene Saldana Carlos Colon Decoratmg Comrmttee HO111S Anderson Brenda Smuh Delphrne Cares Melrssa Parrrllo Iulranna Ware Pamela Frazrer MODER DANCERS IN ACTIO Brenda Smith Sharon Gay Arsenia Flournoy Patrica Moore Marilyn Vaughn Sharon Calhoun Delphine Cates Derra Jones Joy Bryant ,w r,o,..1Q5.L1 ,+w',fSf 3-gnu -- ,tzwff '2 ' 'f .'::f5aa,,,.,w-2 1 if r ff V . , ,W Qh.v--,4gff4f,hMf- 1 .4 ' -, ,191?-r921f1. 14 V irg1'Ze1i.5gL'-xiii? 1, fi'-? I i . . , ,I Q "' ' I ' 11.,-, 2:-' f A v KA Ns- V '2 P-"5 1 Q -.9315-,7 'ffsjfgpi .f 'd , ,-gy. 4 1 V ,.- 1 ,M F' if 4 .ffgw frf :- . .,'- i I , ,.'. 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A BQWLING PARTY I-IAPPENS s eedwh z,f www Thrill Of Victory And The Agony Of Defeat X yf f ,7 4? f Z 49' f f 45 , J Latino Nite: Singers, Refreshments Black History Month Speakers, Reminders 139 SUPERLATIVE WINNERS MOST CREATIVE Arsenia Flournoy NOT PICTURED BEST PERSONALITY Varria Rhodes BEST DRESSED Beverly Cross MOST ARTICULATE Sharon Calhoun MOST TALKATIVE Marcia Markowicz BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Marilyn Vaughn MOST DEPENDABLE Jose Riveria MOST TALENTED Sharon Gay 40 'NX 1 4:52 X 423. .QE 1 3-tif, U W f ,pu -ew Q ar-, Am A ff A2 As we of the 1976 Futura staff put this edition to bed, we look forward to its "birth" and wish to thank the many people who have helped make this book possibleg with special thanks to the photographers and staff of Sanford Studios. PUTURA 1976 t l A f You gave us moments to capture and as f J ggr l stories to tell. . ' 4 ' W hat ever of each has entered these ' pages would be our present to you - if i Z 2 i o so . L it weren't your gift to us. t 2 - 2 A. A. 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