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The Hilltop press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1942-1971, November 25, 1942, Image 11

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Unique among. the nation's handful of mmmg schools is the little known, but top-ranking'TE>xas College of Mines of El Paso. As American as .baked beans .ond baseball, Texas Mines went albout the day after Pearl Harbor. Within two weeks eighty per cent ·of Mi.nes' 1300 ed~ and co-eds were membe.rs of . and working for .. civilian units. Built on solid rock overlooking the fertile Rio Grande volley, the college occupies one of the most picturesque campuses in the country. Here mining students, study many ores from all over the world, get actual experience in the colle~e's own mine. In o wor-tor.n day, when women will be called upon to replace labor's mgnpower. Mines' co-eds will be on involuoble asset to the mining industry. Free Lance Phptographers Guild . · · · Tru•t - · Butler ·. · rsity!s football season be a com· plete bust, Coach Fronk Hedden still. would hove something to boost about1 He's-Frank Oliphant~ 324·pc1urtd varsity linem·an who clohns to be the latqest colle.ge footbolhtr. this year. The huge Bulldog gridder is enrolled in the Col- lege of .Education or,t~ ,pes to teach: hi•tory and physicgl .education. ·

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