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0 0 1 is^ 5$* & ie 19' -. w A' I- v, HOC \2QL\). §*ear. czzhoe Editorial Comment. O Cfje Oglala lUgfjt. JUNE, iW/. Content*: The Better Side of The New York Iroquois. By George W. Kellogg. Speech.—Poem. By Ella Wheeler "Wilcox. Annual Commencement Exercises of 1911. The Soul of the Red Man. By Rev. Dr. George P. Donehoo. From the Exchange Editors Desk. News and Rumors of Pine Ridge. Oglala Boarding School News. A Wyandotte Cradle Song. By Hentoh. 30E HoHc=||c The Oglala Light is a production of the printing Department of the Oglala Indian Training School which is located a Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The mechanical work on it being done by student apprentices under the direction of the school printer. The Light has a wide circulation both in and out of the Govern ment Service. Advertising rates on applecatiou. Address all Communication directly to The Oglala Light, U. S. Indian School, Pine Ridge, So. Dakota. dumber 6. tOE 3. 9. 11. 0 16. 0 1 21. 25. 30. 32. 0 1 34.