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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1926

\ir DAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1926 NUMBER 4 fre i iual Begins Monday * ourses offered in .rtments of colleg Ml KSKS CONCERT GIVEN BY MEXICAN! PLAYERS Hit ANGED TO All) T.C. STUDENTS iijkh field of EDUCATION IS now offered to STUDENTS1 hv auditions and CHANGES in comae of study IMPERIAL MEXICAN ORCHID ROBERTA RECHY. CONDI C WINS APPLAUSE FROM TON AtDIENCE WEDNESI In order to maintain, and surpass, he hiirh scholastic standing of pant years, the College in this year offering everal new courses, and change# have Meen madi in several of the depart- ..mitN. Each year the College has added new subjects to its course of itutiy. uiul the additions this year give the it' "ii • ' variety of courses in fhe history ' the school. In the Biol'.gy department, Biology 410 will be offered this term for the first time Th: • course, Current Bio- logical Lit'.iiiture, introduces the stu- dent w |ire-. t; day literature, from the various- ejtp&rimental and research fields in BioU try, not yet published in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1926

rtr9 xloay; the way 1" i uk library THE CAMPUS y.. iJBpUi InA' Hiitrwi Mai. M-i'ur i! ' * . z * * Printed b;. . .i tl Slat* T«sa.hf r Colltft' L. R WOODBOfl, instruct. UK. bi This wuiK)*rir blondtring Th*' tun %'•<••• li'iwn iwkilt; the grey Knvelop* 'round life's *«rnber day; The rnuii'1 ... old pain revive*; Home triumph lingar* in our livea Today Thtiutfh friend* depart, H« brave, dear heart Just nmiie, my friend, A little while. And when th* world is old, When rinf and rust have faded, and the gold Turn* dross, . . . .'t will all unravel there. "I will be (iod'x day. ■ and God i fair, And lots ia not the «nd; Ho ftmilc. my friend mr nt m | the t west the north ies of mag bound vol room ' , are on rw* are atwlved . all over Th.- main lifer •ale nay harw locate<i in the uild- i Oil ilied elaa* last ; red her dif on High position with i Ga* Company. ar Mr wiison na iity Natu rid of the room. tud«i An Exacting Patron "Why do you object to my iked the burlesque .uanager. Th fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1926

r m • * « V EAGLE GRID SEASON TO OPEN FRIDAY WITH S. M U. (PRTi Mf N NOW |L^1rEz£r£ WORKING INTO SI I \PK FOR GAME T. ('. CAGEKS TO BEGIN GRIND IN OCTOBER GRID SCHKM1K T. C, PACl l.'H IS FOB THE I \G! ES STRENGTHENED ~~ ADDITIONS LET'S LAFF? ciiidin^ work ROSfKlTS THREE VI PLENTY V. BEST FOR CHAM-1 QUINTET WITH I'ER \NS HACK AND M)D MATERIAL POUR OUT OF EltiHT CAM! MOW SCHEDULED ARE T. I. A. A. CONTESTS >Y ) 1 Matri rtly eight >r the K.u but :A««LE LINE PKO8PECT8 BEST! IN MANY YEARS BIT BACK• FIELD NOT AS STRONG •— PLENTY NEW MATERIAL trward llWt h, I lit nt by rul«. ,f , U. With th>- first football kmitH' of the «ea#on to be pulled off at S M. U. Friday afternoon, the Eagles are slowly knocking each other into shape. Quite a few of the old men are work- ing <<ut and many new possibilities are doing the daily grind. Since the training camp opened September 10, u few additions have been made to the crew, and there arc something like forty men now out. Of course the 8. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1926

1 COMPLETE D;!. 1926-'27 IH I ' IL I I hi i til Vtntc d Ii •l hi lit !•« novel i now <>ffi?rwd the >pa i d.-! .rtmeat in Spanish 310, MU I I Thi* elaas, it I* und#r*to««d. \ 11* cawteetMl largely i 8punish, j j will be u study at the Spanish no :rum the bejrtnninK ui the ninctee . entury until the present day. and T: wr Hi *nt B tirst ■.wuiuuing liMta I tilil Vi A< Jo C i Y. i I tar nte John P Downer Kwrrtt il. Farrtinrton Laon E. Faille J Lucia- F W fdl Kli««Mh . F#tci Theron J. Fouls Benjamin F Fronahui! Corah* Oarrinoi Fo*tcr V. (Jarrimm Mrs. M*l Oentry triilMii Ctttfe H<w#* Minno (iieaeekc Virginia A. Halle Oilv<- Halber' William M llumdton Mm. Oth>> Hait«r m Mr*. Myrtif Hardy Benjamin H. Harris Calhoun Harris Beulah A Harris1 Leo C. Haynt'-i Katie Henley Ivey Henrilu Lola Ja«kMii< Winnie Jacob?. Jack .Johiwon Rebecca M. Johnston Albert S. Keith Erne*t C. King Joneph L. Kingnbur-- Augi)-t t; Krwtiig Edith Kuback Jmw It I^eggett Bell E. i-iooney Cora M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 September 1926

IPH ^sm AM VUL NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 192B MHER 2 J' T.C. OPENS SATURDAY WITH SMITH HONORED HIT \\ II snuiCE BIG INITIAL ENROLLMENT BYTHET.S.T.A IS CHIEF SPEAKER 1211) STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR THE FALL TERM BUSINESS MEN GIVE SUPPORT TO ATHLETICS FIRST CLAM OF YEAR HEM) 8RC®® AHIUTAL tTHLETIC SATURDAY WITH ASSEMBLY OF STl DENTS AT EI.EVEN A. M.—PREXY PltEMMH The formal opening of the fall term at the College was held Saturday. September 25, with the first general assembly of the school year, at which time the enrollment had reached 1240, an increase of 54 over the initial en- rollment of last year. The first clause* of the year began Saturday HANOIET HELD AT METHO- 1HST CHIRCH MONO AY EVEN ING STATE TEACHERS ASSOCI ATION APPOINTS J. . SMITH A COMMITTEEM AN ,1. W. Smith, business manager of j the College, has recently been named , a member of the executive committee of the Texas State Teachers Associ- atioii, it is anounced. Smith sue* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 September 1926

I/,OA(i THE li 1) Briefly Told § f THE CAM1 Pu! Big Cork Ms Heina Hard Up, Print* \\ « > BUG dust bit Duncan RtfMnson in is d« sort i TITL i its n*t! «r I* For totn n on •4 ML? .li / * i " th**V II ! you going to the college n "No," answered our he j lint wito the determinate, reads about in Aiger book "Why?" they asked. "I aint got no necktn Harem*. A bun ihould. nix-up WO <{U mi that horse h tOVk h« rd ..uid tell her of his tow. Thi. he .fiHid^red inevitable, and it to i a vital part of him. But this firm Moluiiort also contained the follow iff stipulation*: that he would speak ly in the.- evwi of one of two pon- hit- • ituations: either when he had ulid reason u> suppose that his *uit ould be successful. or when he ha<i icoflte overwhelmed with a sense of le utter futility of the thirty And -<> s went on. one, two, and w three year*. Three exeruciaf- i(fly !on| yearn for him. Y«ar* in hich he longed conttnually for the iw#f to speak the words that flood Oil Hrik...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 September 1926

V «• % / .) . \ I « *• DECATUR BAPTISTS NEXT ON EAGLE FOOTBALL LIST ; !!> •; I'ONTKST S..M.I DEFEATS ON EAGLE FIELD EAGLE ELEVEN WILL BE FRIDAY BY 42 TOO STORE +— SPORT "OCRS" H\ COSH ! ABOl'T THAT S. M. U. GAME ! | I BY 0. H. ' (Reformed SporK Ur purler > Denton Student• are Itig Aid to Merchants HUt in It OA< Il REID ( I!ANGES LINEl'P \Nl HOHITION8—BAPTISTS EX- PECTED TO BRING STROM! SOI Alt The Decatur Bapt 1st College foot- ball tenia is to enter the Eagle's nest Friday fur a game of the national fall sport. The game will be the fimt home content for the Eagle* thi* sea- son. and will show many fans thei '• initial picture of Eagles in action. After th« drubbing they received at the feet of the S. M. U. Mustang* las' week, the Denton squad went to work much more in earnest, and has been ve*t Itusy with long hard prac- tices every afternoon since. Coach Reid evidently profited a great deal by the S. M. U. game, as he has changed the lineup and positions frequently, testi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 September 1926

1 > w Hi ) ^ /.(*/K <>f FOR ( 1)1, / / ( il Api STl 1)1..N! NIZATIONS KED ATT ('. FH< rujs Fsroi;it ri IIKM OKi-ASIJU "I All. OPENING" Win BE HELD IN DENTON TONIC I !T NTH MAY VISI'I PAfcL %Mi WI.MMiU KX- C'OI.I>Kf*K OFFf( { \|.s SATl RDAY SH0\ IS "BLACK BIRD" rrnxmAM wiu. IN< I,I ('HANEV KE4TI Hli, W tNH PATME NH« Fall Of H. rri- i a >t t>; H. M. at the act awl in vita l**H. Dent-III f lit IB H.i Cjll lg: and th st K U The w >n of th :Tlber*hl it's rrj .vu-mr or ut <ho en from the irla« «*. the purpose of th* noeiety he-j ; iiik promotion and recognition of' cholar*hip ami those demerit* of | character which make scholarship ef-i | ?eetive for good. i During th«f term of the E. i II. < "riddle lliatory Society was or ' K niu4, with a flwmbmUp limit of ' ' w*'iity four members. derttd from j . timtory majors with a H avi j better. with i .m Tue «r ami V pointed b) for the « eons ippti nold. The next meetii held Thursday af indent to mak of a club i t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 October 1926

THE CAMPUS CHAT XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1926 NUMBER II initial open f. minor talks j house meet is at assembly heldsaturday APPROXIMATELY SIXTY STl'D II NTS ATTEND FIRST OF A SER- IFS OF WEEKLY MEETINGS AT COLLEGE CU B HOUSE FIRE PREVENTION DISCUSSED BY PROMINENT DENTON MAN TUESDAY burney skiles to head senior class of !()'27 freshman dies suddenly with heart failure Approximately sixty young men and young i en of the College attended the initial Open House at the com- munity Hub house Saturday evening from 7 to 10 o'clock. Miss Isla Mae Chitwood and Mrs. Ouida Gentry, student life secretaries, were hostess- es, and directed the entertainment. It was strictly an informal affair, the students coming and going when they pleased and doing what they felt most inclined to do. Some played chess, checkers, forty-two, and other table games in the large upstairs room, while others engaged in a num- ber of party games, played the piano, or ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 October 1926

rtn ILONG THE If 4) THE CAM I'US i-r «rf. i ir •' If tHi- il, T* ■oust •r Co fmld ill forget tu lit-1 it. i hi the beet you « • t tu the tx rd: the ihf bard wmtIk- irui (MM rd ia um w ►> "A TVS OTHKR KKLf.O THE LIBRARY ■dly P«rt *f mm'* IN And bor, (mm tiiiK Br R« Inea J. T.j *e. C. ifr p. in that '*<#il rved from I itid that b<> •then in th. i n K" Fnntwi by studanta of North Te*aa Stat« Twluri College L. R. WOODSON, Instructor the! w It may b to art end; not maint library Repeating the ta ly [tart of one'* edt rived from book*-." rllv part i>ok* At least, iks are a mean* the College would ft- and **p«na ve riOATINCi INSTIT ?TIO> AffterKft'it first fio tinfcf univ reentiy nulled from New Y«fk h und clo*e upon the h«ei of thm 'he announce—it that a "tUm hospital" will ail t<> relieve Eski living in isolated areas. Many «hip* ; now publmh newspaper* ax they ply t he r wa> from continent to continent, 1 winch makes them ' oame. oa: The fhdd off newspaper wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 October 1926

t .4 « • * \ * J r EAGLES DEFEAT DECATUR IN FIRST HOME GAME 16 0 I SPORT "(H'KS Other ( ities Lure Faculty Members During Vacation Kdi Moi Oui rhool, k« of Hi COSH BAPTISTS STAY WITH OLD !!\1!IT 01'! OSINfi HERE i* * ird hi I. A. A. ha* been rhe Daniel Baker ding the league an< •liege Indians are ui Goatx beat the Rei 3. «>r be I* itl> II la n« n« AM. SHOW IMPROVEMENT M. I'. GAME—TAMPKE i ll ART LOOM AS SHIN- lx pll ligh «e r. a ;im of Coll* In. football ok the via id their annual Decatur Bap- team Friday itors out 16 to 0. The how eleven showed its super- iority from the very start of the game and a marked improvement over the performance in the 3. m. U. game. The Decatur gang wo* determined to break up the old habit, but went home disappointed. The irame w not an not the E the contest, their end of the score would probably have been smaller. Elmer Tampke, "Shorty Airhart, and Ford (Decatur) were the bright shining lights of the battle. The two I The fact u that played did...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 October 1926

T. ('."GRAND OLD MAVGIVKSMKWS S()( I H'l N UCIIT & ;• <11 I >S —— T. A. r. k THE LIBRARY f.-i. Li If i ill tyi f4C(writtAr ,hl (I, 11 mm ititat«d prapei.y • p{ .rtu« Dr. Bra ftti Th< fit •I i tnd f'hyMra.1 Kd I* her*. lid, w« ha' rly by other high ruHwri oiiti ime to improvti Th* prclitnma J K m in th ■ f il Byron, c< tru*t im he r*«Ardi hi* riurnph a* wt- t*s hi«t children Hi* oMnt *de, und hi* oM- xwm the firm nt e at Ojwlik*, Al*- ron i* * phjmiriat) und wie k a buctemlojrist, Dr. it mn, Ralph, in with a I loan firm, and hi* y uri#- met, in prmtkAag law in Ur at wi ju ir ad to do With the Thu t arm tu u wlamn an inter vifw with "th* grand old man' nt the North Toxu* Stat'- Teacher* C u«k< Th# writer ha* interviewed ir, th« paat <!*« year* Man# famnus per aw. alitie*. awirding t< the light «f nsod ern publicity Tom Marshall, former W president of thfrw United Htat#*; Kh$ irri-at athletic roach; liar row. the mr«#t criminal lawyer, fad dock, tke tti' ttl ru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1926

HAT VOLU XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1920 NUMBER 4 ___ s.% * •! % I , i vu j •/ • * f • ■i * r i J PREXVS TALK MAIN FEATURE \T \SS!]>IBLY iTU DENTS SEATED IN SECTIONS' ACCORDING TO CSLASS—CUR- FEU MOVED I P ONE HOI K BY ORDER OE DEAN BURK Convocation was held in the Audi- torium Tuesday morning: at 11 o'clock with all the student* of the College sitting in the sections reserved for their respective classes. The principal speaker for the occasion was Dr. K. L. Marquis, president of the Coleue. Hugo J. P. VitK, head of the Indus- trial Education department, conduct- ed the exercises. Dean Burk made a few announce- ments, chief among which was the one that •illtd the students with "joy" —'that curfew has been run up an hour and would now ring1 nt 7 o'clock instead of S. Burk hImo announced that the freshman class meetings will be held on Thursdays at 7 p. m. in- stead of 11 u. in. Miss Beulah Harms, of the phys- ical 'ducation departme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1926

1 I \long tub hay A.A.I.W. MEET LS HELD A1 DALLAS EELS POISON DALLAS NAM ftfHCfa FRIDAY (K T- 8 BENTON HH.H wv* T*ke the 1 i, \MF mm HH.HI.anu from page I> to r HMH >r>-p«r to i 4 ft ■ ugrant yt-atk; from fws >i«g meat 'rath > ill and <*ark w. <r " False (ic4ft ft* r *t eramiiMi into ttw 4 tars' Trad for .ftl life ew ,«:* edaeai wig and up to • rHi purposes ar# fiew kind aims 'A in ft SflRMli I A fwlt m Mfir o®*«> <n§b for it shall follow w; ti the vtaine* W toll tt* ■ meaning ;a tine d* W- - fay with Ml*d head*. heart f Tt, B* BOOK" THEN AND BOOMS SOW Made in ta* old 4 jr wtwro t*« atudoBt# -"ana- in from the b< r? ".im tor sad the tall grass to *rh<-vi eoeh day: irken oattwiebije* were uwlwtow® and seh -l trawsportntwm meant only k common pk w horse without «a4- die. ft«d this WiWiilWilWi'W nly U- the more fortawet* W§ «® ilfcraria* w« * rabwrd of mrs4 ae# book went the wool#- r u«d of tha scb-«<i *tu dbeet bo<ip-~ ye , hoafc to ib«-.*e d y* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1926

7 1 % • i * • ~ > >' SPORT Ulllo My C.OFII | EA(iLES DEFEAT I "SCRl W 24 TO 6 D.A.R.(il\KS-HHI Shoi tei 1 icihf/ht UAl) I AAVI Li!\h Dates: Poor St ltd ex I4 UK LU WW N ! IUNI0RS, SOPHS ELECT OFFICERS STUDENT IN I. S T. C. PROFS WILL STUDY GERMAN 1 EAGLES RI LE II CO W H1.U ltd ♦ ! IN PINE > TVl I. A. scheduled for tl Eagles will play at Nacugdoehes i 4. Tl Austi HHM'iiwdiy morning by Dean •k, curfew wil lring at 7 o'clock in- ui of 8 o'clock as hertofore. All lent* not attending some college rtioi), club meeting or athletic con- #200 NOW AVAILABLE I OK GIRLS OF SENIOR, JI'MOIl. SOPIIO MORE CUSSES FRED DAI PRESIII t'HO Frt-i Dal IK IK NEW Jl'NIO 1' SOPHOMORES I LATTIMORE in i> i-r I ill B at Canyon Commerce San Marco on tr 'ill m Kridi with Ca me day. in Marco Daniel Baker in now the doped winner of the T. I. A. A., and they have played but one game in said association. The Goats beat McMurry 30 to 0, and McMurray poured it on th Buffaloes 21 to 0. Looks awful for the Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1926

— \ IK Uit i rw SOCII I ^ LtA W" m CI .UBS i, VNIZK Fl (if*' sfMiKTK MAN '.M HS Uhm fWB BY H A. A. Th A i ikl advi EN TBI IIKLD si a!" iy i •r. It u K, k-r lat and fcj>-ta* . The Wt Wtts Vote"! U|e«l Mas, i^nvbttt ' f ibr ii? economic* depart if xponnor fur th ' P •lim I r. 1 u* ! rt,r liui wettr war. A « ifc*rj>, in fit faxfy * Ut k in m rd • n« th. mi rtai t th* drfnukuit. «•> Stock# r«i anil a#- uttorney Fo*t -r proee- M , whtle the law fun. A < ,'anibror; def-nded wril witr«-«ws were 1. Th' State ir K• idl ltd vh tfuilty of kiv. mm information fc> the '1 , of wcret and diinf*; nbt t .mimr a I-e uritt j A MMMlttW- WW appoin; cide oil the MROtini of . c U> lw foumJed for h-int «■■ dent n, and to regulate the by which the m*hoSar*hip mi en. The committee o,r,.<r.te .#«- «• Acker, chairman. Ad h :i l> lit TI.KB Of HIM I \TION Hi til ifirl i i. >' m . c KAiTOHK AI. ;OlR<. \NIZUS rie,<l. u: u*i-«d for the cow- rt talk w * ma<k- b>' ikh he informe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1926

1 i k 1—71 VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, lD2t> Nl'MBER o WILLIS HOVit CANDIDATE FOK RHODES HONOR T. C. GRADUATE. WITH FOUR OTHERS SELECTED AS CANDI- DATES FOR 1927 RHODES SCHOLARSHIP LOANFUNDSARE OFFERED MANY T. C. STUDENTS AIIIS CLASSIFIED AS GIFT AND LOAN SCHOLARSHIPS - LARG- EST IS STI DENT LOAN FUND OF CLASS OF 1914 DALLAS PAPER PUBLISHED BY T. C. STUDENTS FIRST FINK ARTS NUMBER FRIDAY Willis Floyd, graduate of the Col- lege in 1925, has been selected, with four others, as a candidate for the Texas 1927 Rhodes Scholarship, ac- eordin : to th< Daily Texan, official organ of the State Univerity. Floyd, who l a brother of L. P. I" loyd of the chemistry department of the College, tiax been doing graduate work at the University. While here, Floyd had an excellent scholastic record. He was a charter memb-r of th« W. H. Bruce Scholas- tic Society. He is also a member of the Alpha ' .a.-Captor of tin- K .; Delta Pi. national hon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1926

TH Activity for || cry T. C, Student, Suyn Miss Giesecke • a a its' rr-llc 4j l ' ij «j> * t • i' %*V i uwsi*'' *1'', if* uixk jgp flpp * y ;f , **** ■ ¥ A# phy wrad education thm, f® ***" ■ ■ j rweentty HtMNMi th* importance of ' * ■ into w amviky M •omeorw baa wtaely <yrn>t**t Biii <>4oAh^p . i-foe nM: m the paint mar.iifm-tut*..* 4*f*r j «*|t t. tt„, mmmim ,,f fr^k und the*. a coating of [rttint *ave li uvn.K ia? •.«. of pioIJ*#* life that m*k ' r*'*"f t0 P*^" . * fflOWBff as WgSi * business uf ! year, th* tud.-nt* havi- formed f4, ,, m„, Wiley at proclaiming <h*T a«-fte >.nly'for ucmmA* to th* w-'jtM % m**u |,,f Htl ^ /i to/vr; THE WAY fJu •mJ MfARTMESTAL C'Rl MBS By Tom Katliff HOI TH 0AMPC8 GETS NEW IMPROVEMENTS "n 9 Tiffin { materia! %ide. . P Hp, -.J. „« .*■««* a imge pan* J * !<* «*"« pamled on ihe -idswnlk*. . ,>f %tt, b,mt „f wf(, f„ j «*elwd up •* *•« * !***•• AMj ,nyiy eoHafe hfe, y«i moat do mw| hei of which * *> h an otlwttw- way #j •;hwg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1926

* 1 • • EAGLES WIN FIRST T. I. A. A. f C A".AT NACOGDOCHES SPORT 41 [Iff LUMBERJACKS DROP ONE TO EAGLES 9 TO 6 EAGLE SQUAD TO LEA VI A. C. C FRIDAY ty UOSH SPEAKING OF TRUTH AM) FICTION— HERE'S REAL SHIPWRECK STORY! Amy Aiiribi)) + EMLII Ol'TFIGHT JA<KB AND SCORE ONE TOK HDO A N AND FIELD GOAL—LOSERS THICKT IN THIRD QUARTER TO MEET A. C. C. WLDCATB SATURDAY IN SE« OND T.I.A.A GAME OK SEASON—EAGLES IN FAIR SHAPE Surprit ad ? No ne«d t«> have been. When yu I think of Eagles. nlwuy* put that word that bsAongs just in front of it- ftghtin'. That'# them all over. They ain't nothiu' but tightin'. It war. thai same aid light that brought hum* the sujmr-cured from Nacog- doches i< to 6 Saturday. Fight uiong wiili a little scrappin" and more light. "The thrill that r« lifetime" According to the cr w and pu.-aerige good ship Schenectady' thriU it exactly 1:Hit a. It), when they were i •the i tin. iiiiice for him thin once in a Alvin Vita • nboard "Ye received said in. September tilin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1926

H \ * S( )C I i i 'i 'jnr v* JSST CLUBS H ILL V| l h i TWKNTV-Fol'K STIOKNTS IN PRINTING UEPAKTMfciNT ( I HHI NI I n MM MONO ud« .u interested in making • \ as work their vocation arc urged >f t &Bhd th* ituMftknir at th«? Life Ser. w# Hand which wili be held Thar* -; Tw evicninii at 7 o'clock, at tin- Col-! i«g |l* L I Woods.,n h«*d ting depart me iu tfl n are * tudenu taking printing, ttr *tud*nt are now huld- M in tw« public school* nd sunt* r. r i ffii IBt- if It Ftruae I W $r Iff* mm Th< C nd> j tk U to the CImm i'ti " rw" Utioi (>i t< m, Nomination# lor reprt-(t«n in the Green Jacket Cla«> wsr Plan* were atan dtaMMMMd for the C. L C. pirture« in th« «{«7 V'ur ca. Ia>t Minn WHaon told of the in { vitation Mm. Carl Matthew* had yhntt the r\ab Ui come to her home for a j J™ 2i f«r # 3 pan;. <hi the fifth Monday night, ii Nov«mi>*r. Mr, i.an hnn | ^ ~ ^ ^ or ,v rni-rnbi-r *ftbc Hub The torn % (R f 7 taUon ww accepted. After thf conclusion of lh* busi...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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