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38 THE MONMAL The exchanges this month are more numerous than last, but still not as numerous as we should like. They contain interesting, well-written material in all school subjects which make an acceptable and valued set of school publications. As a high school principal once said about tliis time of year, ''We are now on the home run,” and we hope all the school publications will improve as the time left in school decreases. We long to know what others think of us, or, in other words, to see ourselves in the mirrors of others. In order to let others see themselves as we see them, this department was or ganized and we try to bring out the faults, in others as well as the good points. The Jacksonville Oracle says, ‘‘The school paper is the index to the character of the school, it voices the ideas,principles, and ambitions of the institution.” Let us all try to improve our paper as our institution grows in spirit and ideas. The High School Voice, Owensboro, Ky., is excellent this month in the Athletic department and jokes. The idea of cele brating the Ides of March is quite novel and should promise an in teresting ceremony,which will also be educating. It is a good plan to have ‘‘The Voice as seen by others” in the exchange department. The Toltec, Durango, Colorado. Your cuts are expressive and your literary deprtment is excellent. The Tempe Normal Student, Tempe, Arizona. Your paper is full and complete. Each department is small but the material boiled down so that a little bit goes a long ways. You even find room to mention the ‘‘Good Work done by Graduates of Last Year.” The write-up on ‘‘Washington’s Humor” is good.