Exchange, pp. 34-35
34 THE AEROPLANE We did not receive as many exchanges this year as heretofore, but this was un- doubtedly due to the fact that last year we published an annual only. We sincerely hope, however, that those who have exchanged with us before, will do so again. We grateful acknowledge the following: "The Kodak," Everett, Wash. "The Menomite," Menomonie, Wis. "The Round Table," Beloit, Wis. "The Stentor," Lake Forest, Ill. "The Crucible," Greeley, Col. "The Index," Oshkosh, Wis. "The Enicar," Racine, Wis. "The Lawrentian," Appleton, Wis. !'Ripon College Days," Ripon, Wis. "Normal School Bulletin," Milwaukee, Wis. "The Mirror," Mondovi, Wis. "The Clarion," Appleton, Wis. "The Tattler," N. D. H. S., Milwaukee, Wis. "The Carnival," New York, N. Y. "The Spy," Kenosha, Wis. "The Carroll Echo," Waukesha, Wis. "The Lion," La Grange, Ill. "The Comet," W. D. H. S., Milwaukee, Wis. "The Enicar"-An excellent periodical with exceptionally fine cuts. Your literary department is one of the best. "The Menomite"-We like the arrangement of your table of contents, but would sug- gest an exchange department. "The Kodak"-A very neat little paper. Your cuts are especially good. "The lndex"-A very well arranged paper with good editorials. "The Mirror"-You get out a fine paper, but don't you think a few more cuts would improve it? "The Carnival"-Your paper is certainly one of the best of our exchanges. You may justly feel proud of such an excellent periodical. "The Lion"-We had to search all through your magazine before we found just where this fine paper's home is. See if you can't find a place on one of the first pages to put the name of the school and the city where your magazine is published. "The Spy"-Your latest issue surely lives up to your reputation as publishers of a fine paper.
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