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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 1 November 1929

J V) SUPPORT YOUR TEAM AT THE GAMES The Handout TEXAS VOL. 14. Published By Students Of W O M A A/ ^ C O L LE G E FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1929. MULKEY CAR^s I IS SATURDAY EVENING APPORTIONMENT OF STUDENT FUND flimnet To Lecture IS MADE BY FINANCE COMMITTEE At Woman's Club AND ADOPTED BY STUDENT BODY NO. Important Changes Include Increased Allotments for Txwoco and Handout, Smaller Percentage for Athletic^, and Religion; Surplus" From Last Year Given to Handout altOxwoco. Mrs. Lisenby Is Sellfihg Season \. Tickets to. Students and Faculty for SI.50. j Season- tickets ! course, sponsored ft>V the lecture by the Woman's Club, are on sale in Texas Woman's College by Mrs. Rose L. Lisenby.®ttV Scribblers Club Takes I?Iaee of Press Club Students and Faculty W ho Are Interested Are Invited to Join Group. — «•— | All students, and faculty who are ' interested in 'the organization of a Scribblers Club, the purpose of which is to stimulate .creative writing and i £ n SEVENTY-...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 1 November 1929

<T r. Two. T H E H A N I) O U T rjc i IE Handout ewspapM..—fcy.b Association of f'j lday Po 11 Office, secftr.u flwn >n Building. ( ■ \*.ven f n fa ; car,. SI LEVER REVICES R i Texas THE BALL GAME OF LIFE ! It often happens that in the course 1 j of a baseball game, the man who can j | be depended upon to hit comes to bat I with the "instructions that he is to; j "jacrifics." What's the reason ? "Why j i not "let him knock the ball ove-r^the i i fence? There is a strategic reason ! why this is done. The sole purpose) is to advance the runner on base, to ; coming from Mulkey about mail tim this week, you may know that the inVi'.a- Faculty "Rqsv. *~t "did fO j Ij? Jit | get him nearer home, to rid the ptay- ' h S IS i t\) clasj matter •;> f-ostoffiee «! gnVi.f ti e Act o£ crs on the base who flight have «"V, boy friend has accepted the -opportunity to score, of the danger of ^ to opcn h(nJ5e- Dr. R ibert M. Hutehin , pr > .I-—II MB II - .* j of the University oi tSftCajfo,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 1 November 1929

1 • • M a / T H E II A N D 0 tl T >ps. :e. l*y., S'i I HALLOWE'EN rii,y CAL P ,1^ £ir|t! SENIORS, SOPHOMORES, BAPTIST YOl N(, PEOPLE, B, Y. P.OI^DAN WAGGONER HALL. PRESBYTERIAN YOUNfV PEOPLE HAVE HALLOWE EN SOCIAL EVENTS Seniors Honoi I.ittle Sisters. Costumes of black and yellow, decorated with and witches, dis- played a hallowceo spirit in the senior party Thursday night given in honor of their Kttle sisters, the sophomores. * The two classes assembled-in the ; — ~ " ' ' r gym at 7:30,"and were divided into Mary Catherine Smith, Deni.-son, pi- three groups with a leader for each anists; an ■> Elizabeth Caclv, Bangs; group. The first feature ol the party ' Margaret ?l*lUel, l,ubbeck, and Dor- was an expedition to the unknown othy Maaden, Memphis, violinists, lands in search of Jhe name and face Refreshments, consisting of pecan if their future husbands. This jour- ■ pic, hot'spiced grapejjuice, and mints, ley Was to the fine arts building, i were served the guests in the base...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 1 November 1929

A Pape Four. THE HANDOUT • W v i « JUNIORS DEFEAT SOPHOMORES IN FIRST HOCKEY GAME OF SEASON By AGATHA CANDY With a"score of 3 to 2, the junior* defeated the sophomores in the first hockey game of the season Tuesday afternoon at 4:30. © A large crowd of students witness- ed the initial game of hockey played by matched teams, this being the first year of hockey as a major sport ju Texas Wiy&Ante College. _. Weather Interferes. The game nvjjs scheduled fqfcjitotl-| "Hoeilfcy, games have started. The day but weather conditions interfered.; attendance at the first game was good Other games scheduled for this week j and we hope tha(. it wi„ bc better as had to be postpouea because , of the the interest in the championship race damp court, ceniors and freshman . grows stronger. This was the first'' meet Iriday afternoon. 'time that we have ever seen a game The sophomores and seniors com-1 , . , , . , . ',f , i of hockey and it promises to be-as bmed to form a pep squad aitd gave! . . t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 November 1929

HELP IN MAKING NEXT WEEK «* Tlie Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE A REAL BETTER WOMANHOOD WEEK VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1929. NO. (i. SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY MEETS TO REORGANIZE Misses Downing and Davis Answer Appeal Ex-Students Respond to Plea For College Enlargement Program. Josie Bell Is President} Willie Fayette Montgomery, Vice- President. Society to Meet Friday Nine Members Are Chosen From Senior Class and Five From Junior. For the purpose of reorganizing the Scholarship Society of Texas Wom- , fin's College met last Monday, Nov. 4.. New members were submitted and passed on by the faculty/ and will be- come members of the society when a fee of $1 is paid. ,, The same officers of last year were retained. They are: Josie Belt; Fort Worth, , president; Willie Fayette ■"^{pntgomery, Fort Worth, vice presi- dent; C. M. Howard, sponsor and sec- retary;' Marjorie Morrison, Cleburne, assistant secretary, and Alton Ruth Whitaker, Fort Worth, trea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 November 1929

Page Two, T n E HANDOUT The Handout I ncas and uncertainty and doubt that i lovely Grecian message: Official student newspaper, pub-; " fear not, lishod, by the Student Association of. \ shipwrecked saijor buried.an this Texas Woman's College every Friday; coast *' •• •• ' h* in the regular school year, at Fort! Bids thee take sail. ■\Vorth, Texas. Office, second floor puj| many a gallant ,ship when we o" Administration Building, | were jost - — j Weathered «he gale"" 'Entered' as second .cJjsb matter. | Sept. -1, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, \mder the Match 3, 1871V , MLEVER ISiREVICES Faculty Row w B !i At the last meeting of the League of Nations Premier Briand eaid: "It. FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH By RUBY MAE OGLE Subscription Rate $1.00 per year; is to" the vyomen of the world that I j "The fountain of youth, was sparkling t particularly address this appeal. See j and bright .Since last Saturday night was the j to ^ j.our neighbors love the peo- . As- it sprang forth in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 November 1929

THE 1«A Page Thrcei of CLASS TO PLAN DIETARY Parrish Gives Person- ality Talk to Y.W.C.A, Hikes and Picnics Are Popular Diversions oi Groups on Campus The spicy invigorating fall days beckon the student to outdoor activities and sports, and hikes and picnics seem tOjbe very popular on the campus. There were several outdoor social events last week; and this week the Hughes West Texas Club went to Forest Park for a picnic. Several groups of stu- dents hiked to Sycamore Sunday. All students have been making plans I for Thanksgiving since the announce- his works; Ruth Bailey, Forney, dis- mcnt of the holidays Wednesday. cussed Alford Noyes' life and works, Ann Waggoner Hall will hftld open am] La<jy Davidson, Grand Saline, house Saturday night. Girls of Boaz- talked on the life of Sir Walter Scott, Benbrook Hall are making plans for giving "My Mother," one of his best Planning a day's dietary1 for a work- ingman's family, at a cost of 30 cent*j per capita per day, will be an inter-! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 8 November 1929

J Page Four. THE HANDOUT From The "Editor's Chair PEP SQUAI) u "Isn't it "strange how little we hu- mans use history for our profit?" The other day we were reading an article in the Student Volunteer Bulletin, written by I)r. E. IX Soper, entitled "Weighing. Christian History." Be- cause we believe that the first para- graph will be of interest to a"!! think- ing students we are quoting it here and mak ng a few -comments, of our owrf; " "History can be approached in two ways. There is the antiquarian ap- proach, which studies the past merely 'because it is interesting and admires old things irrespective of their con- nection with our life today. The other approach is that which locks oij his- tory as a living thing which never dies. When history is studied in the latter way the past becomeg a .heri- tage. It is what comes over to us from what has gone on before, and by understanding it we are able to learn important lessons, lessons Which can be better learned in this than -N1'"occu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 November 1929

MID-SEMESTER EXAMS CHECK SOCIAL ACTIVITIES The Handout TE X A S Published By-Students Of WOMAN'S COLLEGE EDITORIALS: Belter Womanhood in Action— Willie Fayette Montgomery Kx-StudenU Respond— An Alumns Look Over the Ads— , Wren Fyke Achievement Through Work-j* Quinetta, Grounds VOL. 14. FORT WORTH. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1929. NO. 8. Faculty Members An4€tudeots Have Lecture Tickets Abbe Dimnet, French Author Will Give First Lecture Friday Evening. Programs Are Given By College Students Musical Programs Are Present- ed at Conference, Over Ra- dio and for Banquets. Students. of Texas Woman's Col- lego have presented programs for sev- eral different organizations this week and last. t At Annual Conference. The Central Texas Conference of the Methodist Church, which met in Hillsboro last week, was entertained on Friday evening by several students of T. W. C. Evelyn Woodward, Dal- las, played a violin solo, "Son of Putza." Margaret Halsell, Lubbock, also played a violin solo, "Berceu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 November 1929

Pajje Two. THE HANDOUT a> The Handout pub- ! fluenced by parents or friends, usually ! j they fro toward drudgery and failure, j Best- of all, work ia education. With disinterested love God has >, BETTER WOMANHOOD IN ACTION. Official student newspaper, pub- """ ~ 1 As the "Handout" goes lished'by the Student Association of,Hlth disinterested lo\e God has , wc find our9elveg in the Texas Woman's College every Friday jJje Gate. of Hisumver- | Better Womanhood Week, year, at Fort, sity—-The University of Hard^Work. being sponsored by our campus Y. \V.' to press midst of which is in the retftflar school jioi, „ , • . ^ j mi j Worth Texas" Office, second floor iThe TemPle Fame and Wisdom q a Already we have observed the of Administration Building, stand open by day andffby right. But the Angel that keeps the door whis- second class matter,! pers, 'Let no truant, no idler, think at the postoff ice at I to enter here'."—Q. G. LEVER urn REVICE5 B1 W m Entered lept. 24, 192' . Fort Wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 November 1929

THE HANDOUT Pasre Three* * Children to Have ( Faculty and Students Jack Hott Speaks HaveLectureTickets To Student Body New Doll Dresses All students have been interested in the events of "The Better Woman- hood Week" sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. The week'* activities were opened with a Friendship Tea Mon- day afternoon. The Y. W. C. A. had charge of the program in the dining room Wednesday evening. The dormitory open houses for the semester will"be concluded by Boaz- Benbrook Hall . reception Saturday evening. This Shear's open houses v have been more successful than those in former years, ju4ging from com- ments of several girl(i. Writers of Texas" was directed by j Bessie Mae Latimer. Mrs. F. B. Ise- 1 ly gave a short life sketch of 0. Henry; Mrs. Gordon W. Hawkins presented O. > Henry's "The Guilty Party" and short sketches of the most successful short story and fea- ! ture writers of Texas. About thirty members were present. Friendship Tea Opens Better Womanhood Week. - A Fri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 15 November 1929

\ Page Four. _x- THE HANDOUT MAGAZINES IN LIBRARY ARE FOUND Enghgements Do j Various Opinions i, TO BE INTERESTING AND HELPFUL "That engaged girls do nrtt apply themselves as much as those-who are By LENA MOORE I about nearly "everything under the Magazines — what a fascinating sun" consult the Literary Digest, Cen- . *-ftVd. It brings to mind pictures of.tux.y, Forum, Harper's Outlook and hundreds of pleasant hours and ex- Independent, Scribner's, Review of not," seemed to be the opinion of-the pectations of as many more. Within j |>t,vjew,,, Atlantic'Monthly and several majority of the students and faculty the covers of the multitudes of cur- others which are available simply /or members who were interviewed on rent magazines you can find every 1 the asking in the library. Some of the. ^ subject. imaginable subject discussed in every ; interesting articles appearing in cur-! „ ,, _ , ,, . . , ., . • : Mrs. r. M. rorbes t-ays she knows conceivable waj. rent issues of the above m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 November 1929

c v Kjr* THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS The Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE BEGIN WEDNESDAY AT 4:30 VOL. 14. FORT WORTH. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1929. NO. 9. HUGHES WEST TEXAS CLUB WILL BROADCAST OVER KTAT DEC. 5 WITH TEXAS SONGS AND READINGS Students From Towns AH Over West Texas Will Appear on Pro- grams Givfhg Various Solos, Choruses and Readings; Melvin Morton Will Send Greetings to Former Studenjs^ On Thursday night, Dec. 5, from 7 to 8 o'clock the Hughes-West Texas wijl broadcast over KTAT. Malvin Morton, Strawn, will an- nounce the numbers to be given. Helen Butler, Mineral WeUs, and Bonnie Thompson, Bowie', will be accompanist. The program will open with Alma Mater and the club song, sung ,by a chorus of fourteen, "You Can Take Me Away From West Texas But \ou Can't Take West Texas From Me?' Malvin Morton will then greet the ex- students and the former members of the club. The program will be divided into two parts. The first half will be typ- ical of West Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 November 1929

Two. THE HANDOUT The Handout Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday In the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, second floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Kept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Subscription Rate...- ?1.00 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Jhetrua Colvin ....Editor Ilallie May Johnson Issue Editor Lena Moore ......Associate Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy ........Sports Willie Fayette Montgomery Editorial Writer Marguerite Ragland -...Literary Ruby Mae Ogle......"........ Column a pen. Re gave the pig a big pall of chop and went away. Returning after awhile he found tha pig had drunk op the swill and waa lying down in the pail taking a nap. "Well, suh," saW Uncle Ben, "fo' de law sakes if that er hawg hain't bigger on de inside den what he is on de outside." -J. W. DOWDY. REPORTERS Jimmie Woodward, Mary Hamilton, B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 November 1929

THE HANDOUT Page Threes > SOCIETY THANKSGIVING THEMES INFLUENCE SOCIAL FUNCTIONS FOR THIS WEEK Thanksriving themes are influencing the social life 6f this week and next week. The sophomore-stnior tea Sunday afternoon will carry out the Thanksgiving idea. Moat students hav mad* their plans for the Thanksgiving holidays. Many are planning to go borne. A few will remain on the campus. - K Sophomores Will Entertain P. C. C.'s Will Have Bio Sisters Sunday. \ Flapper-Jellybean Pa'Fhj. Honoring their big sister, the sen- The Panther City Club will have its ion. and the sophomores will entai- ,nnual FIapper and Jellybean Party tain with a "ated tea i„ the Priors ^ SatuH,y night Nov> 23, in the of Ann Waggoner Hall Sunday after- p c c ..oom in the mdministration noon from 4 until 0 o'clock. | ^uildinjr The town girls will be the Jelly- The Thanksgiving theme will be carried out in the decorations. Au- tumn-^Mrves and flowers will be in profusion. ^ A playlet, a pantomime of the courtsh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 November 1929

y Page Four. •fr J & * V, l ti ti n a r* u T Dr. Darnall Is Speaker At Joint Society Meet Thanksgiving Stories Sent to Home Papers Program Is in Accordance With Better Womanhood Week Sponsored-by Y. W. " "Literature is not the only aid to better womanhood, but surely any- thing which help* us to self-expres- sion, to self-realization, to form noble ideals, to conceive meaning of life, is well worth while," Dr. Frank M. Dar- riall, professor of English, stated in his discussion of "Better Reading" be- fore a joint meeting of the Susan M. Key and Korosophian Literary Socie- ties Thursday afternoon, Nov. 13. He gave four ways in '^hich litera- ture can contribute to the making: of better womanhood. His first point was that it furnishes us with an outlet. The poets and prose writers are the spokesmen of the race. The only dif- ference between them-fcand us is that they hsvfe the gift of fuller and more complete expression. What they ex- press, after all, i,s human experience. "In th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 December 1929

v.. ARE YOU A The Handout Published By Students Of- — TEXAS, WOMANS COLLEGE * - Editorials Since the West lame East . ' Willie Fayette Montgomery What Price . . . Sacrifice . . - o 'V Jes'sie Kuth Drake Character Assa sin I# Crueiist Of All Dallas Morning New* VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19*9. NO. 10. STUDENTS PLEDGE TO CAMPAIGN Members of the Fresh. Commission Have Been Chosen Mrs. Lisenby Reviews Godey's "Lady's Book" c Koros Hear Interesting Talk | On Features of Nineteenth Century Magazine. PLANS FOR ENDOWMENT CAMPAIGN !Lftaat%n^KnK Lena Moore Heads DEVELOP RAPIDLY AMONG "EXES" jBu9iMSS l8 Wit„ AND STUDENTS NOW IN SCHOOL; Tc"R Roll of Honor for This Mid-Semester Ten Freshman Girls, Elected by Freshman Class, Make Up the Commission. The Freshman Commission and ■ Freshman Council met together Wed- nesday afternoon at 4:30 for the first time to discuss plans and elect of- ficers. After a general "round-table" dis- cussion of what this new organization meant to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 December 1929

Page Two. T HE HANDOUT K o rr-i "iT ' " : College with interest and who are I thiw^rtifano swearer, tho got>j iper, [ 1 IAN DO U 1 s#.V'n?~"^an you da it?" burn deep;the acamlalmonger, and whisperer of j within our souls; a^l we answer, "We i the vulgar, the %ile, and the untrue, Official student newspaper, ^pub-can, and we WILL."-—J. R, D. lished by the Student Association oL 0 Texas Woman's College every Friday! THE CHARACTER ASSASSIN 18 in the regular school year, at Fort, Worth, Texas. Office, second floor Of Administration Building. Entered as seeffnd class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate ?1.00 CRUELKST OF ALL Voltaire say*, "To really stop I criticism they say one must die." Some one who had an understand* !! ing of the wicked work of the back- biter and scandalmonger expressed his idea of him in unique and imp'i-es- : sh'e phraseology when'he said, "AS- LEVER REVICES BE W Vis? By DOROTHY HIND...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 December 1929

«■ *L IHfe HANDOUT Page Three. A SOCIAL ACTIVITIES SEEM LULLED IN ANTICIPATION OF CHRISTMAS By MAVOUREEN STROUP. Social activities have lulled since the Thanksgiving holidays, probably in anticipation of the round of social events that always precede the Christ- mas holidays. .The most important event for thi-jf week was the junior "Hard Luck" party in the Panther City Club room in the administration building, Wednes-, day evening. A . Juniors Have \,"Hard Luck" Party. Patched dresses and overalls, old shoes, and flopped hats, ■ made up- the costumes of the juniors at their "Hard Luck" party in the Panther "City Club room in the administration building, Wednesday evening. Entertainment consisted of a va- riety of games. A promenade of the ' members of the class was for the purpose of selecting the best cos- tume. Dorothy Cowan received the ,, c prize for the "most unique costume. .Refreshments consisted of chili, coffee, and jelly beans. A larg^ number of the juniors were present, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 December 1929

\ \ 3 ¥ ^ Page Four. THE HANDOUT Y. W. C. A. Sponsors "A Lesson in Etiquette" Japanese Bazaar Is Given at Chapel Hour !• Mulkey Hall girls had charge of the chapel program Thursday mor- ning. Malvin Morton, Strawn, direct- ed the play entitled, "A Lesson in Eti- quette." Girls playing, portraying members of the Ruggles family wery Mrs. Ijftfgles, Malvin Morton; Peter* Ruby Mae Ogle, Chico; Kitty, Ranelle Ran- kin, Carbon; Perry, Doreen Morgan, .Granbury; Clem, Helen Aiken, Grand- view; Cornelius, Mamie Morris, Grandview; Susan, Imogene Cum- ming's, £lvarado; Eily, Jessie Ray the gifts for the bazaar was opened £a"luelB' ^cKil^ey= Larry' Georgia Welch, Gallup, N. M. Girls, have you been to the Japa- nese Bazaar yet? Jf you have you : already know what lovely things arc ' up there in the Y. W. C, A. room. If you have not been tiiere yet you .can- not know how mucfy yoii are missing. This aft#rribon I stayed up there for about an hour looking around at the gifts and also at the girls. ...

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