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BISHOP CARROLL’S LE T T E R .......... 197 K. of C., James J. Sheerin, A .B .,’19. .199 IRELAND, James P. Coyle, '20 .......... 205 PEACE, Sylvan J. Pauly, A - ’19 ......... 212 MOTHER, John R. Hand, A - ’ 19 ......... 219 CHANGE, Bernard J. Topel, A - ’19...220 NO ANARCHY, W.J. Nilan, Pre-Law .227 ALIBI, John R. Hand, A - ’19 ............... 229 CODE BOOK, William Walsh, A - ’ 21..237 JUST MOTHER, Verse, C.M’Hugh, ’ 19 241 U. S. EAGLE, Verse, E, Shea, A - ’19... .241 EDITORIAL, Sheerin and Coyle ......... 242 LOCAL NEWS, A. M. Murphy, ’21... .'247 ATHLETICS, Harold McDonnell. ’21..253 EXCHANGES, James P. Coyle. ’20..258 JOE MILLER, Charles J. Gleeson, '22.260 s c : @ O T * £ o n f c r Vol. VIII No. 4 JUNE “ m ? Published Quarterly by (he Students o( Mount St. Charles College HELENA, MONTANA ! lM r , U