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TPRONELEADING MINING
CAMP OF MEXILO,CLOSES
STAGNATION OF COPPER MARKET
NAMED RESPONSIBLE FOR
SHUT-DOWN
Tyrone, N. M., May 23.-Tyrone,
queen of the mining camps of the state,
built at a cost of $3,000,000 and given
Rn artistic atmosphere through the in-
fluence of Mrs. Cleveland H. Dodge, is
an empty shell.
..A few short months ago 4,500 men,

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May

ORATORICAL BOARD REVERSES
PREVIOUS DECISION DUE
TO ERROR

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the war

women and children worked, lived
enjoyed life in what probably is
most beautiful mining camp in

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during the war

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NOW

The Flavor Lasts
So Does the Price!

world. Now the Phelps-Dodge cor-
poration big copper mines are closed,
there is no ore awaiting shipment, no
means of livelihood remains, stores,
have been closed, inhabitants are leav-
ing, the railroad has served notice that
trains no longer will run.
Within .a short time only a dozen
men, left to guard the mines and their
expensive machinery, will be left. Even
the Phelps-Dodge Corporation gener-
al store has closed and the entire stock
has been shipped to Douglas.
Tryone boasts the most beautiful
railroad station in the state, built by
the mining corporation. Homes of
miners are bungalows, not the usual
shanty type of western mining camps.
Company houses were not built of one
type. They are all different. The camp
was the pet of Mrs. Dodge and largely
through her influence a Southern Cali-
fornia type of building was carried out.
Closing of the town, however, is con-
sidered only a temporary measure, ac-
cording to company officials, who point
out that the shut-down will continue
as long as the copper market remains
in its present state of stagnation.
A hospital, theatre, library, elabo-
rate school building and one of the
best electric lighting and power plants
in the state are among the town's at-
tractions.

P. P. Elliott, '22, has been awardedI
first place in the extemporaneous
speaking contest held last week, ac-I
cording to an announcement by Prof.
T. C. Trueblood, of the public-speaking
department. This reverses the pre-
vious decision, which, owing to a mis-
understanding of the .rules which gov-
ern the awards, gave first honors to
P. A. Rehmus, '23, placing Elliott sec-
ond. Rehmus now ranks second.
The mistake in the decision devel-
oped when the standings of the various
contestants were computed on the basi
of reports from eight judges, whereas 1
only seven of the eight invited judges
had turned In reports.
Plan one of the authorized method
of rendering decisions provides that
any speech which receives the major-
ity of first rank shall be declared
first. As only seven judges were pres-
ent and four credited Eliott with first
he received the actual majority.
However, had there been eight
judges, Elliott would not have received
a majority of firsts, thus necessitating
the use of plan two which provides that
if no decision can be reached by plan'
one the speech shall be marked first
the sum of whose ranks is the lowest.
It was by this plan that Rh'mus was
awarded the first position the night of
the contest.
It was -also announced that .. R.
Dickinson, '22, and H. Hertz, '22, had
tied for third honors. A third plan of
the rules for decisions provides that in
case of a tie by plan two the speech
which receives the highest grand total
per cent shall be declared first. Both
of these men received the same rank
but Hertz came in ahead of Dickinson
with 335 to 214 points.
Professor Trueblood explained that
while the Oratorical board regretted
very much the necessity of bringing
up this matter again it felt that it
could not break away from the author-
ized method of making judgments.
The Northern Oratorical league uses
the same means of determining the
winners of those contests. Illinois is
now contesting the decision which was
rendered at Iowa City recently.
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