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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 October 1930

The Handout Published by Students of TEXAS WO MAIN'S COLLEGE VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1930. NO. Thespian Club to Sponsor Program of One-Act Plays Casts Havfr Been Selected For Four Plays to Be Presented November 7. Casta of three of the four one- act plays to be presented by th.e Thes- pian Club, November 7, in the Fine Arts Auditorium, were announced Monday by Miss Roberta Sheets, dra- matic'* instructor? and " Miss Ruth Bailey, president. The cast of "Letters" by Knox^ift- •cludes Misses Martha Ward, as Pa- mela, Lady Davidson as Helen, and Sceleta Rogers, as Dolly. \1 "Cabbages." ."Cabbages"'by Staadt, will be pre- sented by Misses Mae Heaton as fitjr. Grossmeyer, Bettye McCombs as Mrs. Grossmeyer, Estalline Vaughn as Lena Fischer, Helen Hitchcock as Ma- tilda, Mardilla Taylor as Mr. Jenks, Kathleen Neal as Miss Markle, and Clarice Asheley as the maid. Miss Edna Faulkner as Yoing- Yueng. Miss Ruth Bailey as Woo- Liu-Mae, and Miss Elsie Brandt as Sou-Chi, ...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 October 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, October 17, 1930. 4 THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Assc^iation of Texas Woman's College Vvery Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as secohd class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, ifhder the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $1.00 per year Member of Ttxas Intercollegiate Press Association. . • EDITORIAL STAFF Lena Moore Editor Hollyce Marie Riddle Associate Agatha Gand^ Sports Sue Runkfl Feature Florence Fermier ;. Literary Maifare Owings....,, Exchange Maurine Wall... ^Editorial Writer Sceleta Rogers Society Florence Anderson Fine Arts REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Avonel My- rick, Ruth Hammock, Christine Chap- maft, Helen Seymoft, Mary Elma Lud- low, Elizabeth Trammell, Bessie Walker, Florence Anderson, Willie Robinson, Edna Carter, Sceleta Rog- ers, Inez Turner. BUSINESS STAFF <*• , Mary Hamlrton M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 October 1930

Friday, October 17, 1930. THE HANDOUT Page Thre«. to SOCIETY While eagerly awaiting the announcement of the social calendar, various organizations are making plans for entertainments which they will give soon. Home Economic students in Mulkey HaU will go to Pangburn's Cafeteria, to study salads. Three groups of twenty-two each will go on succeeding nights, beginning October 20. After dinner the groups will have theater parties. Farmer Jones has got h^gjcropa gathered, and him and his family is cele- , brat in' with a Shlpdig in his x>ig red — — barn Friday'evenin' at 7:15. "Yore presence is anticipated. Wear yore best dukins and calico." So runs the invitation which" is ex- tended to the freshman class by the Ganuna Omricon Gamma Omricon will hold its for- mal initiation Wednesday, October 22, at six o'clock in the dining room of the home economics suite. Member- iU„"!-°lCla.SS f°r thC Party'in the gym" ' ship is-based upon scholarship. The purpose of the club is to further in- n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 October 1930

Page Four. THE HANDOUT Friday, October 17, 1930. -Li-Li. •T> TWC Ex-Student Is McMurry Teacher Mrs., Wilda Dragoo Caton, recently elected head of the violin department at McMurry, is a former student of Texas Woman's College. After sev- eral years of study with Dean Carl Venth, she received her artist's de- gree here. "Mt%. Caton is well-known in musi- cal circles in Abilene. She is a mem- ber of the Abilene Little. Symphony." Orchestra, and has appeared as con- cert soloist of that organization. Last spring she directed a violin choir,,of children under fourteen in a concert before the Te*as Federation of Musjc clubs. Mrs. Caton has studied in Salzburg, Austria. She plans to begin concert appearance^ in Vienna at the close of the 1931 school year. Mrs. Caton replaces Miss Beatrice Story, who has been hgptd of the Mc- Murry violin department for the past four years. ' ^ -o ■?— Press Club Gives Unique Program The Press Club sponsored a sing- song in chapel Wednesday. This pro- gra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 31 October 1930

c )A The Handout „ « Published by Students of >. . TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1930. NO. S. Carnival Spirit Pervades Campus Health Ass'n Sends Members of Teams Speakers to Chapel Dr. Winslow Speaks on "Inter- '' national Health"; Dr. Little-; john on Community Problems. Dr. E. A. Winslow, professor of public health in Yale Medical School , and^for/three years a member of the League f Nations committee on pub- lic healtnT^Snd Dr. David Littlejohn, " j^ate director of community health problems in South Carolina, have b chapel speakers here this week. These men are attending the con- vention of the American Public i Health Association in Fort Worth this week. Dr. Winslow spoke on "InternsC tional Health" in ch pel Thursday." He .said that there are two interna- tional agencies active in the field of health) the Rockefeller Foundation and the League of Nations health committee. The Foundation has done its greatest work for man in the eradica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 31 October 1930

w Page Two. THE HANDOUT w . Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regijjar school year, at Fort Worth, Texas. Office, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $l.Qfi per year Member of Texas InOTxollegiate Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF Lena Moore ...iX-.-Editor Hollyce Marie Riddle .. Associate Agatha Gandy Sports Florence Fermier Literary Maifare Qwings...... Exchange Maurine, Wall. Editorial Writer Sceleta Rogers Society Florence Anderson Fine Arts Cluonel Myrick Dramatics Jlelen Seymore Chtirch Avonee Mysick Fine Arts REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Ruth Ham- mock, Christine Chapman, Mary Efina Ludlow, Elizabeth Trammel!,, Bessie Lee Wttlker, Florence Anderson, Wil- lie obinson, Edna Carter, Sceleta Rog- ers, Inez Turner, Maluin Morton. BUSINESS STAFF -M*ry Hamilton Man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 31 October 1930

J* Friday, r, 31, 1980. THE HANDOUT 7 Pagt Three. Halloween Spirit Rules Society Halloween, its witches, ghosts, goblins, black cats and bats, have dominated all social activities for the past week. Many or- ganizations have held their entertainments carrying out the spirit of the season. Kindergarten Club The Fort Worth Kindergarten As- sociation held its first meeting last Tuesday in the Administration Build- ing of the Fort Worth Public Schools. Several members of the T. W. C. Kindergarten Club attended the meet- ing. Dr. Raymond A. Smith, professor of education at Texas Christian Univer- sity, spoke on "The Psychology of the Young Child." The Halloween theme was c'awied out in the games and refreshments. by Koros Have Style Revue A. style review was given, at the Koro meeting ' Thursday afternoon presenting the Koros from 189*5 to the present day. Miss- Dorothy Cow- an, Fort Worth, had charge,5of the program. Misses Mozelle Lundy, Fort Worth, Elizabeth Trammel] and Ruth Dale Mal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 31 October 1930

Page Four. THE HANDOUT V rf, Friday, October 31, 1930. The Freshman UNIVERSITY GLIDER CLUB OWNS THREE SHIPS WORTH $1,500 With participation in two air meets to their credit, owning three ships valued art $1,500, and having made more than 400 safe flights since last October 1st, in which there were only three minor crackups, the University of Wichita Glider Club has realized its dream, according to George Baugham, president. Starting with, no material or money, with only an elementary knowledge of aeronautics, a group of engineering students on the Wichita campus founded the Glider Club last year. Members of the club built two of the ships during spare time, and after work during the summer. The third plane was purchased from a local concern. It has a wing span of 55 feet and weight 150,, pounds, and requires a pilot t'6 sail it. Air meets In which the university club participated were at Hoisington and Blackwell, Oklahoma, where they won a first place.—Sunflower* Uni. of Wichita. RE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 November 1930

. * . The Handout Published by Students of TEXAS WO M A N S COLLEGE Xx$fclS : VOLUME XV. FORT VK)KTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 11)30. Twelfth Night And Harslet to Be Given By Ben Greet Troup Performance to Be Given in . Afternoon and Evening on Nov. 17. ABOJJT CAMPUS Y.W.C.A. Carnival Is Colorful Event Miss Bessie Stradley Crowned Carnival-Queen as CliniaK of Program. The public rvm witness no ifiner of- ferings of th&Jjjeater than hk attend- ing the ^ ij^i'form^jces "Twelfth Night" and "Ilamlet^rooe0 given By Sir Phillip BSrt Cretjt and his farftous company of English players at the Pine Arts auditorium of Texas Wom- an's College on Monday, Nov. 17. "Twelfth Night" will be presented at 2:30 in the afternoon and "Hamlet" at 8:00 in the evening. It is a rather'singular thought about Shakespeare that though he has been dead over three hundred years there has neve'V been a night since he passed away that somewhere in thite world of ours ohe of his pittas has' not Been performed.-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 November 1930

Page Two, THE HANDOUT r u. f . 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, Texa& Office, first, floor of Administration Building. "* sie I.ee Walker, last Sunday. They spent the day picnicing at Lake Worth. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 102C, at the postoffico at Fort Worth, Texas, under Ihe Act of March .3, 1879. Subscription Kate $1.00 per year Miss Lynette Stokes, Ballinger, spenf last week-end at home.' Miss Sunnie Knaut, Burkburnett, spent last week-end in Greenville at Wesley Collage. , - 6 * Miss Fay Garvey, Loving, visited Miss Lucille Walker last Monday eve- ning. , The Freshman Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pqpfis Association. EDITORIAL STAFF Lena Moore.' ....Editor Hollyce Marjle Riddle ...Associate Agatha Gandy .'. Sports Florence Fermier ..Literary Maifare Owmgs....... Exchange Maurine Wall..... Editorial Writer Avonel Dramatics Helen 'S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 November 1930

Friday, November 7, 1930. E SOCIETY andoiit Page Three. Events on the social calendar for the past week have been few. Ono rea- son tor this may he the Carnival which was held last Saturday night, another may he the Thespian plays which will be presented tonight. However that may be, two dinners af Mulkey, the senior class picnic, and the Dan Open House, which will be held tomorrow night have furnished cntertainme3?*>rf the,,campus for the past week. " . «- . Stout asked the gitls to help with the doughnut drive which will probably be.next next week. The girls were also reminded of the skating party which will be given Nov. 24. . MliLKKY/IHNNER. Mulkey htw^wr^j the girls whose birthdays were in September and Oc- tober with a Hallowe'en dinner on Wednesday, Oct 29. A large birth- day cake was on the center of the table. . V The program consisted of a short t.Uk by Miss Pendry, head saleswom- an for Alford's Creamery; a very spooky true story by Miss JW^rdilla Taylor, Ennls, and a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 November 1930

Page Four. THE HAN DOUT Friday, November V, 1930. Fish And Mulkey Win Opening Games By Agatha Gandy. Class and Dormitory Tilts Are Opening Series %of Hockey Season. Fish and Mulkey Teams Are Victors. « FISH DEFEAT SENIORS 2 TO 1 — 1 I Unleashing as terrific an otfense as the T. V. C. campus has seen in re- cent years and throwing up a defense their opponents could not fathom, the fish upset the seniors, 2 to 1, Monday in the first tilt of the hockey tourna- ment. A crowd estimated k'at more than 100 saw the seniors crushed and hope- lessly beaten by the green machine that bordered on,, greatness at times; ° Cornish, senior intei forward, made « several gallant attempts to carry the ball down the field but failed to get it farther than the-striking circle *vhere \t was reversed by the poui&rftfl drives oT herNyjponetits. "• The seniors were beaten at their own dribbling game which was not strong, enough to withstand the effi- cacious fish drives. Captain Tinkle, who was to lead t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 November 1930

The Handout Published by Students of TEXAS W O.MAN'S COLL EG E , VOLUME XV. FORT WOgflB, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930. NO. 7. Y. Carries Forward Pep Squad Attends Industrial Study Races and Parade Carrying forward the study, of in- dustrial problems, the Y.W.'C.A. has arranged a full program of activities for the coming week. , Miss Jimmie Woodward, president, invites all T.W.C. girls to visit the Worth Textile Mills next Tuesday. The party will leave the campus at 1, o'clock. On Saturday the cabinet meeting „will be held at the home of Miss Woodward. After the meeting ■Sup- per will be served.' To complete the week's program, Dr. E. A. Elliot, associate professor of economics at T.C.U. will speak on "Unemployment." The time will be announced later. Friday, at the regular meeting, Miss Jewell Jean Kirkpatrick, Weather- ford, led the program on "Student Ideas of the Industrial Problem." The Pep Squad and Drum iQorps of Texas Woman's College attended the races at Arlington Downs a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 November 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Friday, November 14, 1930. 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, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. «" " Subscription Rate ?1.00 per year Member of Texas Intercollegiate ° Press Association. -EDITORIAL STAFF ® Lena Moore Editor Hollyee Mariegjjkddle ..Associate Agatha Gandy Sports Florence Fermier,..-. Literary Maifare Owings Exchange Majjrine Wall..v.?. Editorial Writer Avonel MyJHfk Dramatics Helt?n SeyJnore ^.....Church Sue Runkle >s<rr:....'..v |ftb^j.pature REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Ruth Ham- mock, Christine Chapman, Mary Elma Ludlow, Elizabeth Trammell, Bessie „ Lee Walker, Willie Robinson, Edna Carter Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, Malvin Morton. BUSINESS STAFF Mary Hamilton ......Manag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 November 1930

-J Friday, November 14, 1930. THE 11 AN 1) O IJ x Page Three. P. C. C. Wins Championship / The P. C. C. hockey team has been declared winner of the dor- K,. mitory tournament. The Panthers defeated Dan arid 'Mulkey in two hard fought games fhris week. P.C.C.-ML'LKEY. 0 " * •>> P.C.C. and Mulkey added another to their long list qf close battles, the Panthers winning, 1 to 0, for their second successive victory over Mul- key. The dishwashers were beaten Fri- day, but nbt subdued. They complete- ly outplayed the Panthers in the first half, showing the city team a few thing's about the zig-zag game, al- i though they did not score. P.C.C.-DAN. O •- P.C.C. brushed aside another bppon- „ ent in a rush for another dormitory >> championship, defeating Dan, 1 Monday in a contest marked by' fre- • quent fumbles, jrild passing and hard line play. On several occasions Dan was in scoring position, but could not muster the necessary drive to punch over a goal. -" SOPH-FlSH. Plunging a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 November 1930

c. Page Four. THE HANDOUT <w 0 j^iday, November EXCHANGES. arship in home economics, — Fort FISH THIOLS IN Worth St®r-Teegram. MANY COLLEGES Creation of a music fund that will provide more than $ 10,000 annually t(T be awarded in scholarships to tal- J'wWd pian'ists- of Texas, was ai^nounc- ed. October 4, by President Sandefer of Simmons University. The donor of this fund asked that his name be withheld.—"Battery," Abilene High School. That the 1930 edition of the Ro- tunda, Southern Methodist Univer- sity yearbook, has been awarded an All-American honor gating- among books of its class in the entire United States from the National Sclfclastic Press Association," was announced Tuesday by Cole, editor for 1931.— "Semi-Weekly Campus," S. M. U. Nineteen volumes, twelve of letters And writings, seven of history,- were presented to the Abilene Christian College library by H. L. Hays and wife,'through Dean Co* recently. The donors are the parents of Mrs. Cox. "Writings of Washington," ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 November 1930

The Handout Published by Students of [ T E X A Si W O M ANS COLLEGE VOLUME XV. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1930. NO. 8. 0 SOPHS ARE CHAMPIONS WAA Pledges Make Visits to Shrines Seniors Don Sweaters In Traditional Manner Forty-£pur New Members Init- iates Wednesday Night by WAA In Pilgrimages. Mlgrimages the shrines of health, good sportsmanship, lctyalty (• . and W. A. A. constituted the initia- tion ceremony for 44 new members of the Woman's Athletic Association, held Wednesday night under the di- rection of Miss Martha Ward, Fort Worth, president. Eligibility for membership in the W.- A. A. is based upon numbers of points received by the individual stu- dent as a result of participation in athletic contests and sports sponsored by the athletic association. Those initiated Wednesday, from Fort Worth, were Misses Hele« Hall, Frances Whitaker, Margaret Morgan, Iinogene Matthews, Frances Burn?, Lathia Benfon, Edwina Miller and" Ladine Schively. Others included Misses Mary ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 November 1930

a Page Two. T.H E HANDOUT Friday, November 21, 1030. 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, first floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, flept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice ait Fort Worth, TjUtas, under the Act of March 3, 187^ Subscription Rate $1.00 per year Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF Lena Moore Editor Hollyce Marie" Riddle ..Associate Agatha Gandy Sports Florence Fttrmier. Literary Maifare Owings Exchange Maurine Wall Editorial Writer Avonel Myrick Dramatics Helen Seymore Church Sue Runkle Feature REPORTERS Carrie Helen Roberson, Ruth Ham- mock, Christine Chapman, Mary Elma Ludlow, Elizabeth 'Trammel!, Bessie Lee Walkei-, Willie Robinson, Edna Carter Sceleta Rogers, Inez Turner, MalHn Morton. •' BUSINESS STAFF Mary Hamilton Manager Imogene Cummings, Jeanette Den- nis, Edna Faulkfte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 November 1930

Friday, November 21, 1930. THE HANDOUT Page Three. V Dean Vcnth Speaks To Korosophians On Music and Art Dean Carl Venth spoke on '"Music in Correlation with all the Other Arts" at the regular meeting of the Korosophian Literary Society Thurjjf day, Nov. 20, at'4:30. Dean Venth, accompanied by Mrs. V«Htt>TV>lnyed "Swaying Poplars," "Serbiar\ Love Song" and Palrtseul." These new compositions by Dean Venth are still in manuscript form. >13 Music Notes The cantata "The Crusaders" by Gade will be presented by the Eu- terpean chorus, of which Dean Carl Venth is conductor, Sunday, Nov. 30. All students are invited. No admis- sion will be charged. ;—o Miss Mary Clma Ludlow visited Miss,j0wel Vestal, Arlin«rt<«i- Satur- day and Sunday. Marshall Rhew, S.M.U. To Speak to Y.W.C.A. Mr, Marshall Rhew, president of the Y. M. C. A. at Southern Metho- dist University, Dallas, spoke to the local Y. W. C. A. members Friday evening at 6:30. Mr. Rhew is a grad- uate student in the school of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 November 1930

Page Four. % THE HANDOUT Friday, Novembej „21, 1930. ca The Freshman Dear Esmeralda: Probably every class on the cam- pus is more or less outstanding in some respect, but the freshman class is becoming better known every day for its exceptional talent.'We fresh- men are naturally modest little crea- tures, and we have striven to con- ceal our genius, but the sophomores, always alert for some, little service to render us, discovered our weakness, and we have been performing^ ever since. ' Honesty 13 always respected, but in a sophomore it is especially beauti- ful, for it is found there so rarely. Nevertheless, with touching frank- ness, the sophomores have admitted our superiority allowing us to enter- tain them at all of their $ass meet- ings. We appreciate this little courtesy,v and several days ago we attempted to return it, but we met with no suc- •"cess. At a recent freshman meeting we invited a'sophomore in land - re- quested htjr^ to render a vocal selec- tion. She dashed our...

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