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Vol. AIX.

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VARSITY PREPARES.
FOR AGGIE GAIME
Farmers Are Anxious to ['reserve
Reputation .- ulI's Proteges
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THOMAS LEAVES MICHIGAN
Rhetoric Instructor Accepts Position
at University of Minnesota.
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