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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1927

0S MK XI IRTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLL E, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY (5, lift NUMBER 20 COLLEGE JOINS T.I. P. A. wericans ARK AT WAXAHACHIE MEET SI ! \M It lli!| 'IN ADMIT N.T.S.T.C. (FIRST AIDiS GIVEN TO 1,074 DURING APRIL 'til Attend Scribeh Hanquet as Good Time Had hi/ All WITH 3 OTHER NEW MEMBERS NIMH DAISY I)WIS. ATLANTA. FOBMER I. A GRANGE COL- i LEGE HEAD SPEAKS AT AS. SEMBLY TUESDAY MORN INC ! tin i < l time was h a Club banquet i Cafe at ?:!IO in* mid attende "STATE PRESS" AND WILLIAMS OF MISSOURI UNIVERSITY ARK PRINCIPAL SPEAKERS AT THE STRIDES CONVENTION TWENTY-TWO RED PATIENTS GET TREATMENT AT COLLEGE HOSPITAL. ACCORDING TO RE- PORT ItY SUPERINTENDENT North Texas Stat® Teachers Col- lege wan admitted to membership in Id by all" at held at the o'clock Mon- ti by approxi- mately fifty students and faculty member*. MUs Eva Stapleton, edi- tor of the A vesta, was toastmistreas. An extra edition and the only edition of I he Gugville Bugle wan the paper of the evening. Rob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1927

A 'Tttt ALONG THE W I) UILUIJV \\\\ \ ill nh I A *V MOORE LOSE ii IN iml the p« AS *■ II. mmi jOK- Ifih in th. la I P t. M1 futui fUmh M ten about college eh will be written f. but, perhaps, yaars wW HtH-h iv«n to a student oyalty for the A. thi Don, i Trii Thi eks for thin ( l rship in th « I're** AM« taut week . f wm host to deleff* wentjr Tsxas rwll«fM, association. i new distinction that >d to the Chat will irivr ater opportunity to i the CoHmm. The T. enrol- UalJ from | r f t.*to "y man ii an avnbitious be- metirne during hi* life. It « that he hai played and ilurky in thi* game of life, II every real man who has krwn in defeat or failure mm the felling that *ome< rtmewhere, he will arise and again the blessings of life. Houstonian. BUG DUST hink d the mil in Dood le Ik ; woult Thi n and t hut bv CAN Hi Our idea of a real optimist is a j | guy, who, when fate hand* him a j i lemon, promptly opens a lemonade j I stand. "y HC >ck at the JTAND mem haf been the staff ffici...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1927

i i T. I. A. A. MEET TO BE AT EAGLE PARK MAY 13 14 ALL COLLEGES OF ASSOCIATION TO BE PRESENT RECORDS EXPECTED TO FALL IN SEVERAL EVBNTS~ I > IF FI CIAI.S PARTIALLY SELECTED FOR AFFAIR the SPORT "OCRS" Bv GOSH TRINITY FALLS BEFORE EAGLES ON PATH-COURTS TIGERS T VK I'. ONLY K I (I H T PLACES FOR M POINTS IN TRACK AMI FIELD VND LOS1 d IN I WIS I TO 2 440-ya C'MlHiU' And A. A. >u he u,ji 111 foi I T. I. won in te icon thumb on th« ■ltd vnt hoiM d < l to HO and 4 to ight of the HO place* pla to r. j. Fout May 13 a nsidering the fact Tig it and MCOtld l>!ace a ist the of th end of the deal went -hnt thev bea u. s to i, th a 4 tu 2 and win. I and the thi* visit, rs. d team Three to the* were a! Wax* hachi win < e men, and they nly first and sec- tinu> For five or ten Rut. mil lutes at id n • n it slow il T. I. A. A. track. tins r. Lt> •kiukf a And meet will be held at aint caught the ak i iiir o f wint ling, take th e little the dm 8C| m la st year, but Eag. r the supe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1927

SOC I YMI. LEADERS TO MEET HERE SEN!) OCT I (MM) VOICES EROM r T. ( Jl MOM CLl It MEETS Th.' T ( Jur HM.il «. IK MOM) \ V I.E DREW'S OEEH'E the lege (H.l Mi 13 IN I) M . 1Mb. M ii- T. bald be at the Mar d le D. In He r<.in|( ■I h# to )h to hf TK. nut A pr >c few : *d- i hal the ting tit • hour I'olai of tl #de I ho ad <h r xl the, t he: rvetl i ritertinniiK rsf hut k public, K< NMTt tint i partv we it of not t DfM'if Ji i barM srranged for >* visiting yell Illy yet to he id. He Ml*ted, let and swim- The t orn mem begin Sunday through Mi.ndnj calaureate prn<- J< :3ft o'clock tti delivered at 11 UAotriU, Rabl Personals Millie Hherr.«i *pent the with friend* in ballai. Amy Adrian spent the we Waxaharhie. Neva Hrott, of H< on the campus Monday. Thelma Baa*, former viftited in Denton Monday. snd in Texan, visited st jdent, I Anna Mae Hardin and in Weatherford. ent 'he week- -e being planned. MAR\ \MI>I H.N I KKTAI > Girls' Club. 8 PREPARE TO tX>iri!|>f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1927

■21 THE 3LUME XI N0K1 H rEXAS SI'ATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY MAY 13, 1927. nimbi STUDENTS TO SCHEDULE MAY 17-18 THOUSANDS ARE INVITED HERE FOR HOME COMING college clubs making ready to greet exes COLONEL ALVIN M. OWSLEY IB COM M ENCEM I NT S P F A K E R FOR MONDAY EXERCISES IN- STEAD OF MOODY WB (By Elithe Hamilton) Home-coming is one week nearer, and several additional thousands of invitations have gone out to the ex- students from the President's office! and from the different organizations. The Mary Ardens alone have sent out J 800 invitations and the Dramatic Club, Historical Society, Current Literature Club, and other organizations are active in their preparations for the grand event. If the old students could all realize the preparations that are being made for the reunion of the College fam- ily, if they could see the campus com- ing into its summer beauty through the help of both nature and workmen, if they could begin to understand the growth in college spir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1927

rm ALONG THE WAY Hy turveati Hutimw WOMEN'S FORI'.M OPERETTA GIVEN HAS BIRTHDAY] nil RSI) W NIGHT MK I'A MP i r< AK Oi I'K DUWI MEETI AT ny tm rf.x*.i i,viki f- ft way and kills it, iMvim the bar* (round an. tub* „1 gran*. Thi get In «x< hantro for av mile of time, energy, am that we will u!c som. It it a poor bargain. Mf >U Pi In lp' he asserted, • imIs of aristocrat i of wealth, birth; day all that has 1 Only one kind, . That ia the tar, and by that! you have| tit* ) UUEST8 i < '"liege are pportunity of rig all '•ry student should indeed proud to have It aaid of him he ia a good loser, that he nts defeat gracefully, and he can be fair to the winner ha* defeated him. Of course « not want to be a loaer, but id loser is to be admired just uch as the person who wins, sportsmanship la also ln- it extent in the ig aa well, since ft ia not in every one's power to win sueeeafully. We should never forget that we might have been the tosar,—The WichiUn BUG DUST HV v Rfi ia jtntr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1927

M • FOOTBALL FOR JUNIOR HIGH WOMEN TALKED BEATS T.C.H.S. \T\VA\.MELT ,„v STAIt AS '11 VMM VI KS SNOW PRESIDENT GKORCIA It BUM NT UNDER T. C, H. S. LIONS AND RITA P11JCEY \RE OFFI CUL R KI'R E8K XT ATI V KS OF The Denton Junior High School! COLLEGE AT CONVENTION j track iquad ran away from the T. C. 44 SPOUT OCRS" Hr GOSH BEARS ANNEX BREAK COLLEGE BOTH ENDS IN DEBATE RECORD TRACK TENNIS WIN 15: LOSE 7 SI'IKKI) SHOK MEN FALL 3H'j TO Willi.I NKTTKRS ARK HKING DOWNED > TO I FIRST 1 K X X IS LOSS IX T W O YEARS pn 7. ion ii and im tin of Di ken Methodist University. Geogia Belle Blount, W. A. A. pre- sident, and Rita Pilkey were the of- fical delegates of the College at the meet. Misses Cassle Rudd, Annie Laurie Cannon, Estelle Cross, Eva Hatcher, and Baby Louise Kounce, W. A. A. members, and Miss Minnie Giesecke also observed the conference. The constitution of W. A. A. was com- pleted, and definite regulations for the transferring of points from a jun- ior college to another and fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1927

S< )C1ET\ El I \I LtK SMOOI \T <1.1 B Ml !• TIN PHI IDE CLl US COLLEGE ( LI BS GIRL ST01TS GO MAKING MAIN TO GREET EXES ON LONG HIKE Personals DEBATERS TAKE GLEE(II BIS SEASON FINALS PRESENTED IN [TIN COLLEGE MWA1 LOSE TWO t'MAMMOI'S DECISIONS I\DI0 CONCERT BRAI 11 IX H ! fn r«- from 4 U to Hp** a. Sruut dish, bu rw?nt « xi i ant to bolhMl with the ku§/ tie 1 fa• rw hfW MOM lay morn ing The caaaii and app i\ W1% wm W* kk*r at ri/mm not be hungry lovars < KDNKSH trnor Dan Me *>dy, ac f« urly an The hikers « but riolo n«l Alvin M. L>wal*y, ris*, Mrs. Cta w«t national com mam far of the 'C r | _ f Govar nor Moody McGuire, Mar>< ... . i u? that eircui fore ed him WaUon, M#ry nt*ru\ 11 o iirt v oVIn , 1 to ft n-uH hirt cnirai Wnrut Ui sk her*. Cannon. Noreru Hal . I c«if nay Ownlay it an 0X h4„ -KvU dent of Virgie Wildsffna M \S HOL N. «y 01 ,t M, thi | n lia itrians. Shi" is jren, three yean her husband, hers. Edward t by <* m< tw thin f'ollege and son of Judg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 May 1927

THE NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS C0LL8GE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY >0, 1927 NUMBER Ml i CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS TO ENTERTAIN GUESTS home-coming hold meet to reception is organize erat planned here pi gamma mu a vesta prizes i rail problems tore \\\ \ri)el) discussed here at convocation by z. g. hopkins Expect Attendance of 2,400 At College Summer School 'ONTEST COVERS THREE ISSl'ES Of COLLEGE LITERARY MAGA- ZINE—SILVER JUBILEE ISSUE Ol'T NEXT WEEK VTY VICE-PR I8IDF.NT TALKS AT Tl TSDAY ASS I M BI.V ON VITAL 188IKS CONFRONTING TRAN8HORTATION TO!) V V EX-MEMBERS TO BE RECEIVE!)! TH,,{ n DISCUSS PLANS FOR ON 81'NO AY, MAY 3V. FROM ORGANIZING SCIENCE ERA- 1:30 I NTIL «:00 O'CLOCK—PRO-! TERMTY FOR COLLEGE AS OK. GRAMS AND REFRESHMENTS MARQI'IS OUTLINES STEPS All th<> organizations that are now existing on the campus, or any organ- izations that have existed for five years in succession during the past, About thirty faculty members and students of the Social Science depart- ments: s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 May 1927

rtn A LOS (, THh W4> 7ioat« Launched and Shore Hunted For" at Y. M.-Y. If. Camp T. c. H W IIH.H T1 K l AY c. t ( BUG DUST •r W. | itinfied with ; u« the evw- I imwiri- that [ lvw« that in k* h Ming their uW help the tUK party Km than « it• •houid think about t am who ua*a the boofca. • good can of our book*- library and in the book rw atu- > ut' ! Ah in a b«ii .ml M trying to Wh.i it tl varaitu. elude in their student bo and wonrnt who, while in their vocation* and iding at the university o nevertheleaa to i mr uld in- lie* men engaged not re«- coiiege, arry on a study under the drectton of uni* veraity scholar*. Thin give rise, of courae, to the ijueetion of whether or not th< exteniaon couraea for adults are worth while, and if to, ia the adult to profit them?- -The Skyline. , ^ ^ Bv PERC Y SIZES I'P THE YI.'CCA well birdie i got to : take my hat oil to you kid you certainly done we!! and that there yucca is just like the big cheeae in our in my « year book | in the histo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 May 1927

I \ \ BOBCATS TAKE T. I. A. A HOME-COMING MEET BY LARGE MARGIN ( 01RT TOl RNEY m:\i: i;i www E-rxrs!?^ KOK CLAW HOYS RECEPTION IS PI.ANNKl) HERE SPORT ni.'OM 4* f.OiU BfORiW FALL IN 220 - YARD LOW til'ROLES. SHOT PUT. ONE AM) TWO MILE IUNS FAST MEET THROUGHOUT till Hit' 'th pli 111 ni en Harcos Hot al T. I. A. for tlit* ^ first pl« •ii ntl bj uf the in Wi west Tei points, v Canyon, only tooii of the m< tennis ri other positions, the ! as athletes piled up i hile the nearest comp only gathered 36. t fifth place in the tra< et withe 1& points, but presentatlves ran off uth- 1-2 m k J with! f doubles by beating the Naeofdoches nam, defeated the second Canyon Iring in the semi-finals, and took out lie first in. the finals in four sets, nderwood and Poole, the other Den- Mi entry in doubles, went down be- ore the Canyon No. 1 team in the irat round. Saturday night, beginning Ik 4ai i nt to un was the won a first with a good hircl of the The is the the ho: nly pr«< utlir prac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 May 1927

SOCIETY -IN l« IH> HOI.H I'M M< T O I.OK'S I \K 1 HUM) CLl BS 1 1 p. M.1 s SUtl .1 VlliS ( \KM vs ||.I. II KVIIIKIT MAY t 1927 Vl'ffA IS NOW IN HANDS OF I'l KfHASKKS Pergonals Ml SIC PUPILS GIVE RKCITAI !f| I) I. ! 'Vh w i >!M I Ol.l.l LINK pit In t rid F of ed by ar rd. H- >11 tb* •s. W. J. He- ft, B. Harris, Shimon, Miss Kdward Holt, choros, Mis# r artist. . include* a full page >f the favorite*. M la- id Purcell have edited Ifhly representative of exceedingly demucra- ♦PITAIi MM TO ill. WISH TKACHRK MI'MTAl H NY I.AHT H'KKK <i s k It. I ill .Smith, head of the S nt, broke her ankl unir Welch street to he swimming, men's intramural banket- picture of each < ball activity, women's intramural ban- j Ma Hamilton ar ketball activity, and it number of the a action thorou minor activities makes the section ; college life, and more representative than it had ever tic in its scope. been before. Dorothy Fulton wait an Miss BrenholU in a short statement assistant to Com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

X * f ■H % STATE HKK OLLEGE. UEN TON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 19S NUMBER 32 CELEBRATION STARTS AW> / in ml led for . i . B : ■ CUE FOR ALL AT NOON TODAY ATHLETIC PARK SCENE OF EATS FOR OCCASION AWARD A VESTA PRIZES FRIDAY AT CONVOCATION Yesterday and Today 1927 ^ 1592 THRBB THOUSAND EXPECTED EDITORS GET T-AND-EAGLE PINS TO ATTEND MAMMOTH DIN- NER AT 12 O'CLOCK AS FACUL- TY MEMBERS SERVE With the savory odors of barbecue, onions, and coffee filling the air about Saturday noon, all the students and FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE | AS HAMILTON. HAMMOCK AND ROBINSON WIN HONORS Prizes were awarded to the winners , . ,... the Avesta contest, Miss Elithe ex-students will be able to find the Haniiltl)n> R(>bcrt „ammoek and Dun. recreation grounds for the barbecue. in can Robinson, at the special assem- bly Friday morning. The editors of the last two years who have given outstanding service for at least nine months also received awards, the new "ublication pins. Miss Birdie Brenholtz and Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

tttt ar g ALOSG THE WAY lit mart Doodle Hug M ( Iconics Old Crads Hack With Feature Do re fe nit. am i //•<#' i I Mil •tt MM « H«f-n gi\ Th W M H M M« 'u*' t ao«ii, n their hoi ¥►. Mt ii. r .x • A- .lA l K If it w rs | i te resting to * year that we | studying at tt do not mean tt VALUE ossible it would input* the value have Just invei ia roller. By * financial ret or and au fc feller ugh r* re ten I be in- of the ted in vnluc wt* that Chi Until *u O may /« tkiM, lay tkt not fa through th* m g. i. in. .f ,, i or hoiMWi "mm We started c but talk of edi f uti off the s ubj *' I it will probabl j Somt- way a mi ■ loses its attiac selected unless the hero. But at if w. xl-by< in's subject generally lion as so-jn as it is it has the writer for « we were saying this h< K'l'K 1MHMM Hn is a fine time of year to say good-bye : if it must be said. The flowers are in bloom, and the birds are Hinging TtJR uHA'ifc . j\k ssoci.xno f, MAI sr. j shall issue from this investment., hut it wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

Homecominu i ■ f THE CAMPUS CHAT Supplement Prexy Born in Log Cabin in Goliad County, Texas h irst College Head Dad Pender Sags llomt Making Most Important Task In Life; Smokes Cigars ! MARYS OBSERVE 25th BIRTHDAY HERE SATURDAY / Ik Creat (,< nth mo a •North Texas State T* ! But to the state at lm | ally to Um hudrads i j have liwn in his elttss as "Dad." And ther original "Dad" Pendei ; a teacher for 88 years "Dad" has smoked a ■ than any other man ' One of the onst that a musl "Dad" ■ An >tu who hi ore free in this ml laws it whi ANNUAL BREAKFAST CELE HU MIS q| \|{ 1I R ( KM I K\ OP SERVICE TO THE COI.I.KCE BY THE CLUB 3 world, 'a of his I is tardy j "Dad" | I to buy jtw The Silver Anniversary of the Mary Arden Club and the completion of ive years of service to both gc and the Club by the found- the to ela j a cigar. "Dad" doesn't hi | many cigars during the course of al | year; but not all of the free cigars °f the latter. Miss Edith L. Clark, he gets are in payment of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

Home-Corn in# THE CAMPUS Supplement College Historical Collection Has Rapid Crowtli During Its First \ear ARTICLES GIVEN VERY VALUABLE |V( l.I ill OKI KM Alt th< COLLECTION (HUM \ S J TWO HI NDRED OLD Gl VS tpid m nun intc thir era! booV rum B<MU be r* van ,f ..:,i HI i iunf iu growth hiM MNI Ml rou* afticlu* ivrfotifidwi «t and Maiifti* JiMM 'ft include a curious* collec he Orient, a collection of ndred |tin«, II CM® of WV-. d coins, & booke*** of oldI my type* MMI a***. tm « titiuable old Indian cttfios m thing" there are mint jt0 ' paper* and document* Firnt College Building jthr pre Old Hi tilir i pf tin the he ai leri they want anion* the book* but, the one U It. ia railed1 on the battlefield of (iettyxburi • It cornea aa the moat interesting attached prayer* aa It waa picked up on the field Buddaha sit- the battle by an ancestor of Mi re than likely O. Purcell of Coleman, Texaa. jolly figure of blood-stained and filled w ma! tol that bandits, Bible f"i ■ ' v >tn t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

Home-Coming THE CAM PI'S CHAT Here * Story of How Areata, Yucca and Chat Hare drown Supplement .iDiirations an interes tht this College f development. nal. This mov- student body,! '•(taper and a t im to Establish T. C. Demonstration School as the Best START TRAINING OVER $3,000 IS SCHOOL IN 1914 SPENT 0\ CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS1 five fact mi \im VND rriDEN FIRST 1> ■ i - \ * i th IEVKK CONC THE kl.VS 111 \DRED \ ARDK (IF II SI 1)1:WALKS OVER FI TURE TEACHER 01 FRANKS PAST A. ODAM CLAIMS MODKHN Ml IIIOIIS ARK TO run mI'll Women's Forum Formed in 1923 Ah Student Government Lose* OF AIM I'U tree DIFFER E PLANTED am faculty A. O het >f tl that the trirl which would c anion* the gi question of student caused much limitation t ImkIj. In that year lawn by the student tion whs made forum be nrxaniied From IjOhc Set To 20JHH) /looks Tells ot Library Growth >f the Thf ed ed iavu and first volume was publ'sh- yeiir ami was railed The . Somehow this title di<l xrufii-'l enough so it wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

Home-Coming THK ('AMI'I Supplement ONLY 2 SPORTS FOR WOMEN IN FALL OE 1911 . nr. I N rFK( 01 I.K'il vTf B \ SK THAI.I Will I..N VIS WfRi VI III KTK S I OH (> I III « Hill N Mis- II \ K KI - I % VII HI Kl on. It th« {I /*> \Klll f. ,|!i .1 rmal center tor renter for the Eagle* four year*, and her opponent* In the center court were able to tip the bull only three time* during the four years that she played. The Thome twin* were alio sensational and well known masters of the forward court. Dot Varnell, Fay* Varnell, and Georgia Hi lie Blount, students of the College now, were members of the Denton Norr ^1 basketball sextet dur- ing i Int In thf wiate ornpctif wa. lollegiate athletics continued o)Uf* until 1924. Ml*n Margie | nly woman on the Board of , introduced the motion that te at h 1**1 it for women be discontinued. In September, 192B, the | Board of Regents abolished intercol- legiate athletics for women. Intrs^Mural Sport« February, 1925, is one of the roost important peri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

k 1 SIXTEEN TENNIS AND TRACKMEN LETTERED Eight Years Successful Football W ith The Fan 1 nd .Set I. ( . 10',it Faints—M in W (tames Ice-water On Our Winter Stand Hi/ . it . i /. 1. t. Track and Field Records (Compiled by Uosh) CHANGE MADE BY COUNCIL ON LETTTER KILE I IVI HUNTS IN ON K MFKT" HI 1.1 MIOI.ISHKD— Ri:tiriHi: MI N IS N()\S I ll l l l:N IH'KlNt; Til K Si: A SON SPORT "OCKS Ry t'.OUH i n . c * KMi vein MM" 140-yard da«h~ 60. 120-yard high hun Mile Mi!.' rrln\ Ni Vault High jump Broad jutni Shot put lortn mc Wi h J. ' and • i: * May j re tc W. fnr ' I were officially lettered, c Council Thursday af- .9, and the lettering rule I ant was changed to con-j that of other colleges. Pender presiding, each a letter was thorough- [ >efore any decision was ouncil as a whole. Elev-1 ved the honor in the Ml an t retched to tr u can not see rts" and son* iry J. H. Go that yo ind about ha! iisinuation.% > xplanation. sh hi the just mb- and in ly 1041 j>' In the st ths atur, I ; t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1927

P. E. McDonald, Registrar, Sees (,mtt Future ihead Fdr Teachers (Olhgts In the early miibiwi r. Adits- :>trat;v. v .rk if th Taxaa State Norma), a* Mr Kenda Um first finikkst, alwi\s prefer? to speak of this institution. no pr the rth f \l'K( t 51)1) vr i:\KSH.\NQl KT ill-.KK Tf)N!fi!IT MAHYS I'lW ON KM) KOI! I'! \S'I I \ 11 come Home t. (\ Mediums Tells Interesting Stories of Old College Days Here YUMon v ru of i'ltLMM mini* let uttdtx tl Mr J. t* ami \ efvry t utio i l Klv the J them istru? year* tion. Mr an al each each, claasi each kind ttt fr td< for this na .B of st a fac •ft ion at *hu att« )1 to UK t of the a r gi« al as ad- Mill th« ■ Hi' hv At rit tiw tl ft of fir# the of reg- seven HIT to Preparation* are being made for ftOO giMMta ob Saturday evening, 7 j ft. m.. at the first Methodist church.1 The ex-stodent* aaoriation banquet. I All former students of the College I are invited and about one hundred! dates will probably be available for fort* ill fo <ay uhii t...

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