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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1928

I I 1 VOL! ME Ml NORTH TFVAH STATI I'lxUIEKs ( OU.EtJE I > INTO N I I \ \ ! I K | \ ^ JANI Nl MBKR 13 r i • * CI X SPL1 f IN EIGHT GAMES TO DATE PROGRESS u LOSK AT FORT WORTH IN LAST FRAY, 29 TO 23 1928 YEAR BOOK FOUR CHANGES MADE IN STAFF 3 FOR THIS TERM dents will nu L dge Thurat 12, at 4 u'cltH UK AT SIMMONS U. I'WK'K, SPLIT WITH BAYLOR AND S. M. I!.. AND GO MOWN IN BOTH T. C. U. TILTS Opening tiif court season with the Baylor Bears December 12 at Harris Gynt, the Eagles atartcd what has resulted in an even break, winning four of Um right games with four ^ to bring about batter ooaditiona in the Universities of Texas. After winning| boarding-houses and to give the girls HOUSE PRESIDENTS TO BE ELECTED BY GIRLS Muring the next four day* the girls I •>f < uch board in." house where there | are as many as four ifirla, will elect a bouse-president. These house-presi- t in the Mary Anion y afternoon, January . At this meeting the (iiri'n Forum Council will act as host- KSStNk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1928

■ Exchanges i? •f i t s A u a- < -mi of the ] M W* have <e«a pag® mv«t« that mi' ,«*' 44 v ** Ci s l l M Y.«r afarr Sl.aa I. , mm Ml* _ I Mrksfc) ,:XHIN hhRW>; k. tnwi thmmn- .. MM ■Mftpr-i.. , H**l fc IMP'i'l •#*# Adrii ihI —>in i lly .•ad congratulations to \ft«a r.iiR, win. edttwi « tntire 'hi* special number. Mw [/fended et )l««r>- heie iawt > car «n earnest w«r)i*r on The ,*Uf Wl- !KH>tl!a! Again wt- congratulate . •,} r stall?. ami ?h< college n usual tiiM'laj of Christ- eltwhere. Well .v.ium im ie* at« accessible and the jceive the bast t lrami B( . char...- 1* gu.-n u. the tin. ""yp. ami girl*. and Dm w* «*•, ***** H::mzrzz Ka , .wk 'TW l 3f * '> *"'s 4,1 U" *« h,ls been fnived !•• leave MlWMl U- earn a tivin^r <an now pi^f training in l>rat in ally any tine of (testae#* where- by he or *h« may tltmb the latter of success, and if they do not take ati vantage may have no one but them- selves u blame L v i'J ■M AIA)\(, THE H ,4)' i'DNCAN Rosins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1928

."WTttf a u ( a as p t k' <j KW-1* ■ i ( SPORT OCKS Q/' <?OSH rl MYRACLE NEW ADDITION basketball is TO T. C. COACHING STAFF 0FFERED G,RLS HOSPITAL REPORT FOR MONTH OF NOVEMBER im f'ora Hclie Wilson of th« h department it ill in San Antom it*!, mid th«- last report* ar* that ill I* nomr tiiii** before he can me tin- teaching of her classes w\xr 11 t /ii n ung n instttu- iv lost the; True f,u h ve a coach U m. North Texai hi- boy* out tn u Voui petition from nei Umiii already yi>(. their first two gam* their second and now - (If vol* hi time to tile 'Junor A. 4k M beat I iiiee ituniv ill Arlington before the holiday* to as, ami ifo. Hlitimonii (lowboy sacoad siring downed them Tuesday niirht 10 I J. But the flaiiiih\iHe Junior College five came down Wednesday night and took a 14 liekinir while the Eagles were in Vhrt Worth. Coach Myracle handled the team fct the first time. - -OCRS— Hirikey might ay a word for the freshman rule •••or against it. 'fake it either Way, but them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 January 1928

— 1 kag1.es lose last game to t c.l.qhntet it center flu-hod <> e in to count juat before the whistle The Mit five minute tJw *#ketmen had lost their pep led to count York mad* Rood ■*« throw* to win the g*J"< Throw C«wlw)f Twice Monday and Tuesday night* imon* Cowboy* w«i* Harris* Gyi« guest*. and left Wedewdey m<>r- nmjf after the Kagle* haa evened up blitz company will give next arts program PLANS FOR MUSICAL ACTIVTIFS ARE MADE ; ■ v •ami from page I) Ia ihe ineatrr work, although it it a vary • < nt play. March IS. at the chapel hour, the students will be priviliged to hoar on* of America'f forenoat haasos and muaic teachers lecturr on some phaac of music, probably the hiatory of the H'prec ration Mary Lewis to Caar Here Probably the highest point of the year will be reached on April t, when defeat! Mary Lewia, young prima donna of ■ ' presented here in two plays spciisor- t-d by the English department. Theee (wo playa. "The Mar," and "The] | Imaginary Invalid,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1928

Ik m H ifl VOLUME XII soli I II TEX A K STVIE I I \< 111 <- < OLI I '.I DENTON TEX AH, JANUARY BATUMI\Y. SI Ml!I |{ DELEGATES RETURN FROM CONFERENCE AT DETROIT MISSIONS ARE MAIN SUBJECTS OF DISCUSSION TAIBERT. PCRCELL, DAWSON, BEAHLEY, GENTRY. HAYNE8 REPRESENT COLLEGE — EX- PERIEM'E SNOW STORM SCOUTS REORGANIZE TUESDAY AFTERNOON Students of thin College who ha<l gone as delegates to the Student Vol- unteei- Conference held in Detroit, Michigan, from Wednesday, December 2«, to Wednesday, January 2, inclus- ive, returned to Denton Wednesday evening, January 4. The delegate* from this College were Mrs. Ouida Gentry, Gertrude Talbert, Curtice Purcell, Margaret Beanley, Eiolse Dawson and Leo Haynes. The Teachers College party left Dallas Monday, December 2ti, by spe- cial train to Detroit. The organisation of all phases of the conference was perfect, according to Miss Talbert, due m a great measure to the efforts of the Committal* on Arrangements, of which Edwin Deriby of Det...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1928

Latest And Best \ rur campus chat \*r iiu4«t« of llM N n* TtMM i oiks* Dam mm Mrs. Kinehart Brings East and West Closer B> Robert Hammock H>tiM a* taiiwid CIM* Kali I. iwaauAiv M T mm* NMP—l I LOST ECSTASY—By Mary Robert* Rinehart Ho ran f 2.00> Exchanges A vacation is a peculiar thine. One look*, forward to it with ?.nd afctisigatter. St !ssjl fc 8*s it) bed. long hours to loaf, good thing* to eat and pleasant trips to take, Often those divernon* fail to materialise just aa they art- planned, and something ia substituted m thvii place. The Uauwl Baker Collegian. ALONG THE WAY w Duncan Robinson modem* The fieopb' ** d"ubt this «§«, «t exactly in the^sam* position that eonfronted the French kn>K wh>- Hskfd if the nftfew* outmde ...„ •i i 1 T lit lar hi t«« IbwM HtMir Ckarlm l or ll I E <Patt H..fla Cnn Cmm ... Bawl > — HI PIIKTKKM Brrtr*ntf Rrtln IIP. k Wrt H mnrnk laeVal iMk.i Mtrttn iuWIIr Ar> wi«*4. M<r* BUi fcotb Hoaiui Mal«*t Urn Mai M*rjor>* (Uirrt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1928

if . SPORT OCKS ,B/- GOSH ■ a W OPINIONS GIVEN ON SCHOLARSHIP [civilization makes it imperative thai young iit'-n and women becomt iiitcrtMUul in the Kcientific attitudi towards problems. This attitude ia | now being fosterod by th* ft Gamma i^UI! sl: „sr,-■*" SLIME SNIGGERS wr Mattic Lou MuiUMMN H- Cosh has more. Since Tt-rreM* Myraclc (ante attention of back as coach, they have *tart«d u|i something for him to do. Along with the things lie wan need for urid the intramural atuff they have intramural {Ed. Note Mr Jmrgi already attracted the three regular readers of hia column in hia two year* of acribbling, and he •feols it hi* duty to pay more atten- tion to The Three Reader*. Their question* are answered in thia iaaue.) The Three Readers Mr. (Josh, the the boy* on the Eagle <tuad ure Kei ■firat thing we want to know is, why ting nice practice coaching Veb. do yon never write something inter tinK and worth reading? Mr, ORGANIZATION OF I'J GAMMA MU WITH ITS STANDING AN1 REQUIREME...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1928

A ' " Jfev [ smm: -•#.. , £ S( )CIETY~CLUBS (Graduate and Senior Are Married at Tioga H The muriift of Mla> Imkt Gordon and Wiatoa E Nock took place at the Imbm of Mr. una Mm. J. i> Gordon of Tioffa, parent* of tit* brute, Tuesday, December St, at « o'clock The nng ceremony u performed by Rev T. E. Hardy, a graduate of this college. Preceding the ceremony Mm Gladys Gordon, sister Of the bride, sang "O PnwiM Ma," and Miaa Ada Mom, aenior here, played the Mendelssohn* "Wedding March." During the wadding march ihe bride * presented her to the DELEGATES FROM | DETROIT RETURN <Continue* from page one) !are shaken by them. - - The (allure JOHNSON TELLS OF BXPERIENt A ON MERCHANT MARINE VESSEL Lottie Brashears to Funeral H^§§at Mrord Re pre ne nt Fraternity For Mother of JfflpWf >* frViS€'^"Vjn *U' * ^ wwrW '* not th*' o£ |*f I can help >t," rortray Lite in Bra+U thi mUiiiouariae, but of the habitual JotMMB, a n of life of nil Chriataaa people". Knton. Dr. Ilodgkut* contrast...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 January 1928

Tsr? \7 *a *1 JtML V/ —— 11 "■ 1 ——— VOl.t ME XII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACH KB 8 COLLEGE MDVWN, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY SI, 1928 XUMBBR 13 a^Hi I fflfW (1 u IE K ARTIST CAST OF NEW YORK WILL GIVE PLAY HERE PLAY"ABRAHAM LINCOLN" WILL BE PRESENTED HERE "SEVENTH HEAVEN" BY AUSTIN STRONG TO BE PRESENTED MONDAY NIGHT — WILI BE ORIGINAL PROMOTION "Seventh Heaven,'' by Austin Strong, will be given In the Auditor- ium Monday night, January 23, at H:16 o'clock by the Butter Plays Ex- tension of New York under the ar- rangement of the fine art* committe of the College. "Seventh Heaven" ha* played for two' years at the Booth Theatre in New York to capacity houses and has also had long successful engage- ments in Boston and Chicago. At present it is playing to large audi- ences In London. This play is very strong in plot and in character interpretation. It is the story of four outstanding char- acters who rise from the sewers and pavements of Paris to the top-most hieghts of human happiness, lrv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 January 1928

— — THE CAMPUS fBil ttf tlH 1 sun* Taftclwti Itaai m waf Swl W« OwtlM Mik tea i. VMS townees dtou > Sw u-tml m tmmt i i s M*u«> at ttm teiufl was Drasa «. Tmm, 9m «nb« S. ISIS Cmmpm Ctmt. Om tm at as one we have km, should not have produced, or have Sa the prows* of production, * |mt weather prophet. And yet, ue|k * e<a« to be th* Ma*, j But, iiitftNlir laMhur. perhap* visa I situation should not be condemned but rather commended; for. are ! teachers not supo^ed to go forth from their institution of learning and earrj Witlm ( (itlift's /took in afltfi the student* are more Oi'll * M .. . pepped Up at a basketball game. WNVVrjMlttif1 Hw Winter month* then aire j few attractions for the students to Death femes for the Archhiahap— j attend and naturally a basketball Wila father, haopf. t|l.M.) *mn* mo#t *** —>■ * itudenti 'get# UNi of having to stay in his ~~ ~ I room five nighu a week glaring at Aimoufh this latest novel from}a lextbw)k Md tkinkwt. iibmt hwi — 0m ALONG THE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 January 1928

SLIME SNIGGERS B* Matti* Lot MuLutNDoaa •• 1 —■■ - — —— 1 Nuw, imi i aunnM.nu:> s niuiiu tmng to iutve aiouati, eveu it it ut nuimwrni iMDrtWl ut Unit*: Lvuu our (MUM Hum of ntgnei learning have « great sup fonmNM in the ia i cvn tnj wany >umi . ihm Utugthy ptuiutk w simply tu p*vti Um mm t*umg Uw editur, lite Imotypittt, u<Hi ufc VHtmm out Watt that jUH!pniii>' Newton huU the audacity to mi own Mr. AleUenUun that the cIms wu nut nearly mo dumb us at thought it W, anU lb at he was several kutea .late to das*, anyway, i he l ve of "fine lieahman is aatoslievaMe. If he coulii havu it at hts cuinmand when ho applied tor a job, the muitt "hard- Itoileii' school buarti would ov uver- w helmed- We bad un error galled to our attention too lute for the correction to appear in last week'# Chat. The last line of the story about the uut party saul that plenty of nuu were served for refreshments. One slime said to change that. He said that !*• himself had an amplitude of nuts, but t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 January 1928

Personal* RADIO OPERATOR DURING VOYAGE SOCIETY---CLUBS Sm- with association tmm V HANDWII HI S FRIDAY The Parent-Teach*!* Aaaociation of lltr Dmonatration School aold aand- wichcn on the <am|>iu Friday mora- ine IMP 50 o'clock to 12 o'clock. The u.ndwicha were double. home-made and ol all kinds, and the price was th# nominal sum of five cent* each. The pur (Hit* of the sale was to raise funds for the treaaury of the association The posters to advertise the sale were made by the elementary grades for the mothers. CHAT STAFF HAS PICTURE SHOW PARTY TUESDAY The Campus Chat gave its first entertainment for the term Tuesday. January 17. The staff met at the Campu* Chat oflke at 7:15 o'clock1 and went -n a body to the picture. "The Beloved Rogue," which was pre- sented in the Auditorium. Following the show, a lunch of cream 'o pops, sandwiches, hot choco- late, and cakes was served to the group at th* Teachers College Stare. Members of the staff present were Klithi Hamilton, Dorothy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1928

THI wm HAT VOLI Mli XII NORTH TEXAS STATE fBACHKkS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS. S VII KIIAV. JAM Aln 28,192k D M MBEK 16 NORTH TEXAS RELIGIOUS SENIOB CUSS GROUPS TO MEET HERE HAS Kmm wigM ■■■I HERE WILL BE HOSTS FOR 150 TUBUS OF CONFERENCE WILL HI CHRISTIAN LIVING AND SH ARING"—CON PERENCE TO HK HELD FEBRUARY 17-HJ The Young Women's Christian As- sociation, the Young Men's Christian Association, and the Life Service Band of this College will be hosts of the North Texas Joint Conference of the Y. W. C. A.. Y. M. C. A., and Stu- dent Volunteer Movement Union, to be held at the First Baptist Church of Denton, Friday, February 17, to Sun- day, February lit, inclusive. About 150 students of the colli)ices and universities of North Texas will be present. This conference is an an- nual affair, the last meeting of which was held at Texas Woman's College in Fort Worth. The theme of this year's conference will be "Christians Living and Sharing." The purpose of the con- ference is to bring delegates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1928

IP" the campus chat hf tlM §UM« T«*CIM Swtii W Ik. Mm >. Bain. -th Toat TMM CUIK Ctel I M lllM< C 1M> U*l i ■saw *i ia* S«i l —!«■. TWMS. '' > l ^ t. IMS Ctmpm CMrt. ti M Vaat -- utifr AiMMMHL&t# *t m K4it*r ■* >! UMll r«*M « K4ift be (fiitiwd tht summer If thSb | should fall into the hands of any mm- > bar of the 40th legislature, we iaa*a! ta mm a fOMMMl invitation,* friendly DM, to come to Ma w Seeing i* be- Mavtag. OUR PATH of flower? "TV regulation in t h«- College here relating1 to attendance upon aawmbty smwlssi appear* mild when compared with the regulation* in at least one other institution of higher learrrtnjf in the Mate In this Collect the only penult v is a rather indirect owe which may cause embarrassment to tht student wh«>n h - applies for a position as a teacher A habitual "chapel cut- ter" may find it difficult to explain j to a ,-u|>erintendent looking for a _ teacher just why he was unable or Cfcsriw un«u unwilling to cooperate with th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1928

< \ 4 J EAGLES TIED WITH HILL Bl! LIES "OR RUST PLACE TAKIv LAST TWO GAMES OF ROAD TRIP 2S-1S. 41-14 — SPORT s ■ I 9HKNEY WITH FIVE WINS! <^osh gj 1 THRF.E STRAIGHT GAMES SCHFDULE FOR EAC1ES ;/ ;\S M)D THREE MORE VICTORIES COWLEY LEADS H<OR|Nl, IN SOPHOMORES AliB HE<OMI) NMOGIWKIIES TILTH WROC'K. JIMOHS THIRD, SENIORS LAST BERRY BOTH SHINE AS HUM- -SOME NICK HALL IIIHPLAY- Rim; STARTS AND GOES WELL! MM«IW HOI'Nil NEXT WEEK After splitting th«- two game serif with the Ham lluusttn Bearkatn " irn«hm«- tbier whedule Wedne*- at Huntovllb Wednesday and Thars !,1' ati'"""" by «•«*« >« the day nights of la t week. the Eagles Jun'®r*' tiu' fte«lM an won the clan- aiepped Into a tie for firm plate, in blwk<'tb't11 with only one low "f the sis contests in the double round robin. Only once did the aHanss ;bow to another teamthen to the fhc.T. I A. A. r«o- by defeating the "f th* *ix contest* in the double .Stephen F. Austin ' ~ Nacogdoches Friday and Saturday) i$ u. Ill and 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1928

> s< k:iety-~clubs WEDNESDAY TEA . WFI1 ATTENDED mary arden club takes in ten new members The Mary Ankn Club held a ahort -■Tir'f-" mectmg in th# Lodge Men day, January 28. at 1 o'clock. Ten new mamhaia mm r** **d into the dub thru an impressive ceremony in which ouch oW wni*r introduced h*r pledge and handed her * lighted gold candle; after all the pi edge* had haen introduced all the Mar>n Mead in a circle and *aitg one of the club song* Following the reception of new ning, January 28, three new members were received into the organuation. They are Misses Nit* Mitchell, Chris- tine Smithy, and Sadie Maguire. After the initiation ceremony, MMs Lola Jackson made a short talk on historical character*, and Tbelmtt Pearl Chitwood gave a layman'* view of history The Society accepted the invitation of L. W. Newton to mm* at hi* houa* member*, an election of officer* was fof th|, Mlt tjmCi where the program hold, at which Margaret ttennen wa* wi)) ^ nl#cje „p largely from report* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1928

SL NORTH TIIAI STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DI 1 TON'. TEXAS, HATIRIIAY, PKBRlARY 4. 192* NUMBER 17 3 1 I t ANNUAL T.I.P.A. CONVENTION TO BE AT W.T.S.T.C ASSOCIATION TO MEET APRILS 27 AND 2* —JUDGES CHOSEN AI(E FAMOUS ~ PIBLH'ATIONS If EKE TO MAKE ENTRIES . Plan - for lilt- annual convention of the Tex"" Intercollegiate PtW As- sotiation which will Iks held at West Texas Tear hi rs College April 27 und • 31$ arc being rushed to at finish. Ac- j cording Ui Dtimai' Ash worth, president j of the association, intensive work j is being done by all executives in (he\ plans which are being laid for one of j the largest conventions in the history of the association. Judge* Are Famous In connection with the convention, ( contests will be held in the fields of the one-act play, fimiliar essay, formal essay, poetry, short stories, feature story, new* story, editorials, library maguaune, newspaper, and annual. When more detailed information is received concerning the rules for the entering of materia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1928

th t CAMPUS CHAT Latent And Kent r«k:|Bba* Or tk* i •t U TMM r>«r l vided for tht- student cow■■■!>>'■ "In America w understand thus, and all our col'oges rnd universities have built, lie building, or are hop- ing- to build, dormitories. This i «mi j, mow lulled for American student* in Parte than he(p IW Homo. The I * ■«< *< **« «!«*••« —*—** **ml French thamaalvee recognise th# need and are building the Cite Uni- vereitaire. It is of tin? first import Ck t •t « •t t. MM* (.« . > h i *■ < « irur anci that Anicr-iran* like the peo- ple of other nation#, should provide in thi* city a national dormitory for then own student*.' Tkr Ska pine o.' KnflM Litrrmlur*. By Amy Craw, i Thoma* Y. C ro- wel 1 and Company* $8M LKT HIM RETURN Fifty year# ago. mow or A spirit of .piainlne**, caught in illustration." front early engravings and aided by t h«- intention* of the test to reproduce th« atmosphere of the pug, chamctertaee thi* history of Kngikth literature from Sasoa d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1928

^J0 - 4 1 buffaloes and eagles eaglets lose split two game series 0nfi"takk tw0 CANYON TAKES LEAD IN T. L A. A. BY TUESDAY WIN I.OWfSflt STARS IN LAST tiAMK TO WIN FOR WERT TEXAS LAX EA(<LR DEFENSE HELPS LOSE. DURING WEEK BREAKS EVH# WITH MrCRAY SPAUh l.F.RS AND SNOW UNDER NACONA IIK.H LAST CAME K\LLV SHORT in center. Hale was also playing a J nice offensive game, especially in the last half F«i Denton Watkins seemed to be Fighting for the leadership of the T. I. A. A. cage race, the Eagles aplit a two game aerie* with the Can yon Buffaloes at Harris Uym Mon- day and Tuesday nights 22 to 12 and 19 to 26. The first game featured air .tight Mum by the Eagles, and the second a stronger offense for Canyon i and an alt around weaker game by the Eagles The result put Canyon j in a tie with the Daniel Baker Hillj Billies for the first position in the ... , , . , association standing column. ! J®* ***. ***** «*•" „ , s Brock was doing well until he wiw Neither of the two games was vary ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1928

_ soc LBM H A\ F MBNSp. \i i.<hh;« Friday SLIME itt|T^ERb KAP %: ' «. 1 m ,.},f yt WL rlw wmpw Flan* of Kap; Boater,. .mm} 3S> ehae-' fr Ki-tn'tui snt-4> the I DELTA PI HAS TWG WEDNESDAY Ah h< l«'tn fhajrter of the TSeha I*- ?>!«•• In called amnion '"tut Hi.uee Wednesday evening p P'r' -A Lottie Brashear*. III,. i rt« *ed. •isbjt'pt i«f the meeting * > th« 5.5 «drafr ifoi> of three new ehap- thr nati w al organisation- ITS CITf ti.'A'HUfli at Sas; TBtueuers- < C*ji" j AgTMiJlwiml i'ell.'ge nf mki lw 1 n-nvrsity of Ih* Pf f«r the national convocation I to- Ira PI t* be held in Miwsitu ,tri.U, February l wHr aim- discussed. Lrttfe '.«■ w iti. dMeggti fr«i n the h. . S;>i j IrtT,!- U> leave Si! ami In g«rie until well first « s'fk in March. eraaip ■9m* WISE < Ol NTY CLV HAH NKH iMMWm New officer* were elected at * meeting of the Wise County Club at Mm- College Club Hone* Friday eve- ning. Jaunary if?. The new officer* art« Virginia Dooley, vtod'prwidfnl...

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