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Title: The Palm of Alpha Tau Omega
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Alpha Tau Omega
Subjects: Greek letter societies
Publisher: [Champaign, Ill., etc.]
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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from football fansin all parts of America, Byron Haines, Washington,was named a member of the College All-Star squadwhich will meet the Green Bay Packers, professionalcham^pions, September 1 in Chicago. He will be one of a squad of 65 players chosen in acoast to coast voting contest conducted by the ChicagoTrihune and 150 associated newspapers. Brother Haines won national recognition last fallwhen he was named by Grantland Rice, the AssociatedPress and the United Press and on their alternate All-America teams. His selection was especially notablein view of the fact that an injury kept him on thebench for most of the season. In the Rose Bowl gameon New Years Day he covered himself with gloryand was declared by most writers to have been thebest man on the field in that intersectional tilt. Although a majority of the All-Stars come fromMid-Western schools, the squad contains representa-tives from almost every conference in the country.The University of Washington has six men on thesquad.

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T. Benton Roberts, Penn State, operates one of the largest boat yards in Hollywood and has had charge of the boat cvork in 110 movies. BECAUSE he liked to make extramoney in his spare time by tootinga saxophone, T. Benton Roberts isnow the saltiest sailor in Hollywood.Just why a saxophone should furnishthe entree into the movie capitol, par-ticularly the nautical end of it, may notat once be apparent, but such is thecase. After leaving Penn State in 1923 witha degree in industrial engineering.Brother Roberts headed for the WestCoast. Not being interested in a moviecareer, he got a job as a structural engi-neer. It was while he was doing thisthat an acquaintance, who had heard ofhis ability as a musician, asked him ifhed care to play at a dance at the HalRoach Studios. This was his introduc-tion to the movies. I met several of the notables at thedance, he writes, and someone askedme if I would like to work there. Myanswer must have been affirmative forthe next day I found myself punchi

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Image from page 985 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)
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Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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this time the result was positive, thusproving its success once more in his ownbody. • • • To brush up on your French the bestway, of course, is to speak it. And thenext best is to read it. Revue de laPensee Francaise is a small magazinepublished in French in New York.(58 W. 57th St., New York 19, N. Y.)It is a little bit of Paris—its movies, itsfashions, its books, its thinking. In itsPages Anthologies, in the Februarynumber, are poems of Villon, AndreChenier, bits by Buffon and Gautier.At the end is a translation into Englishof idiomatic expressions. There is alsoLe Cercle du Livre de France (55 W.45th St., New York 19, N. Y.)—a sort ofFrench book club which sends out up-to-date books published in French. If yon ever think that mans love isnot womans all-consuming interest,youll change your miml after readingeither MESSAGE FROM A STRANGER,by Mil run MannvH, or THE Shrouded Woman, by Maria- l.iniinn /lumbal. Both are the stories REPRINTED COURTESY THE SATURDAY EVENINC. POST

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/ used to imagine him dashingup on a while charger. Novo Illsettle for a used motorcycle. of passionate women, one a woman ofNew Yorks most civilized eireles, theother a Latin-Ameriean woman livingon a vast hacienda. In each novel thewoman has died just before page one.And the story of her past life and lovesis told in retrospect, as, in the clearview of an outsider from this world,she sees the persons who cluttered orenriched her life come up to her bierand kneel at her funeral. In a book which we have heard of but notread, You Need a Doctor, the author,•1am#* Mont, has been quoted as say-ing that nine out of every ten female in-terior decorators are women who have beendisappointed in love. How, we ask, doeshe know? Out of this departments notsmall experience of changing apartmentsand slip covers and curtains and rugs, thefemale interior decorators consulted havebeen blessed—to a woman—with beauti-ful homes (naturally), with well-brought-(Conlinued on Page 21) nothing takes thp

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