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PASO HERALD Spirited Election Will Mark Meet Of State Teachers (Continued From Page 1.) that 150 teachers have left there en route to El Paso pledged to support Marshall Johnston, superintendent of the San Antonio city schools, for the presidency. El .Paso teachers today today received telegrams from San ‘\ntonio business men asking their support for Mr. Johnston. An El Pasoan is not eligible for the presidency because the convention convention is being held here this year, but El Paso teachers, because of their number, are likely to swing the election election to one candidate or another. Here is the list of candidates whose hats are already in the ring and the descriptions given of them by their friends: R. D. Greene, superintendent Abilene city schools. Long time active in the association. Aggressive type who keeps the entire community community behind the schools. L. T. Cook, superintendent Breek- ertridge city schools. Hard hitting local school man. P. W. Horn, president Texas Technological Technological college, Lubbock. Attended the convention here in 1900. and has been a ‘regular” in association activities since. Mrs. W. E. Odom, Austin grade teacher. Said to be the candidate (if a large and active group of women women teachers. Marshall Johnston, superintendent of San Antonio city schools. Student type of school man, who has been j for a quarter century in the same \ city schools. j Nominations will be made from : the floor Thursday night and teach- ers will ballot Friday afternoon. The j preferential primary system will j rule. I PRE - SALE OF Starts Friday November Look for important I hursday s Herald FOOTBALL Mines vs. St. Edward« Thanksgiving Dudley Field. 3 p. m.