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from Lafayette, which is about 100
miles from here.
it To a little frame house built by his
grandfather John Butler brought his
bride, Magnolia McDonald, 28 years
ago, and in this house they still live
with her three sons, Huber, Goldson
and Kermit.
John Butler doesn't believe in bio-
logy's teachings. Yet when Huber
Butler enters the University of Ten-
nessee to study medicine, it will be
the realization of a dream his father
once had for himself.
And to be a doctor, Huber must'
study biology and accept its teach-
ings.
What If John Butler had realized
his ambition?
The schedule for the women's sum-
mer tennis tournament is now posted
on the bulletin board at Barbour gym-.
nasium. Those who have entered
should play off their first matches as
soon as possible.

Enrollment for the Summer session
in the School of Business Administra-
tion totals 70. This is the first year
a Summer session has been held in
the school. Courses are offered in
general business, accounting, statis-
tics, production, personnel, marketing,,
advertising and sales, finance and
banking, and real estate.
The school grants a single degree,
M. B. A. '(Master of Business Admin-
istration) upon satisfactory comple-
tion of an approved course of study,'
consisting of not less than 54 semester
hours, together with a thesis in some
field of specialization. Beginningf
next year, a two-year program lead-
ing to the degree M.B.A. will be offer-
ed.
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, July 9. -
Complete calm has been restored fol-
lowirng last weeks' rebel activities.

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John W. B~utler

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.y 9.-John Wash-
uthor of Tennes-1
" law, is also
The lines given
reflect exactly his

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place,
Adam's

we will abide,
ths always con-
with the "old,
.ion and eternal

with him down to a seat in tle house
of representatives in Nashville and
wrote it into a law.
"I believe the evolution theory is
dangerous," he says simply. "I be-
lieve that it threatens the Christian
life of our homes and has a tendency
to lower the standards of morality..
That is why I wanted a law passed
to prevent such ideas being taught
our children in the schools.
"The attack on this bill is only an
effort to destroy the law," he says.
"It looks to me like the spirit of in-
fidelity and disrespect for the Bible
is behind the attack. I cannot believe
that it will succeed."
All this may lead you to think
John Butler is a dour, austere, forbid-
ing man. He isn't. To 'him a Christian
life must be full of the joy of living
and serving, and he is known among
his friends as a good natured, com-
panionable man. He has always liked
outdoor sports and played baseball
when he was a boy-but not on Sun-
day.
He is content with his lot in life,
which is that of a farmer whose years
are alternately lean and fat,haccording
to the weather. He and his three sons
wrest meat and bread from 75 acres
I of corn and tobacco land three miles

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imble father, is
.ion of his belief in
rus his daily life,
fhis early religious'
later religious life
"primitive Baptist"
ried this religion

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