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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1929

Chirps Main— L. &««. Collegiatv Pres9 E rra> By Pat Haxjusok society—clubs ] Dramatic Club (Hives Study of Lindsay | /'/«// for Mary A rdens Is Made My C. L. C.s j. r. w«ti Rh<; I broi Jay. Last Saturday lh« finance commit- o*!l£iK(!!.ATl': ****** «M frum the legislature visited the , l,i«U> car that ran <ttn; campu#. Probably you didn't know Why thy worn-out |iatvhi^1 u* that. Well anyway, you have uften Und thy loudly rattled tunc*, heard the Mary about having the With tb* empty, thirsty tank brass band out to blare a welcoming j And thy gayly winging crank, tune for tht- visitors to the old home With thy sloiran-plastmil face town, and all about the great wel Dates ire Set For Receptions Of All Classes j Dr. anu _• |entertain the conting committee to greet aid visi- tor. We had ail that and some more Saturday for the visiting dignitaries; we had the big band and a bevy of fair damsels with flowers to meet them, but the outstanding event was staged at the news of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1929

I I I I I I 1 I , Oak Cliff High School Wins District Interscholastic Meet By Faking Last Racing Event The Eagles' Eye JOtt*S pyij-: WAiJCERS ——— rr.j. i n U.V IIHMi'iM Hi, th were: C t>; pMMi 1*h of D« of t| in; b> Ji*h School of the MMNi 21 ;j-H point* The taltav —hauls ;ntral Kijrh. Fort Prairie, J H a-*. MM, I#; Mukjiik >11. ft FoothaII *t<*-k in the Kuk'x'i ca ha* taken ii decided slump Th*' n week practice ha* bMift ifoinic on only ! Mtf-fcaMftMH?. PffriiApi th >- is du« I od-1t" tiu" increasing warm weather, and. ] it might be th* lack of *1 udent : interest manifesting itself n the ef There were Hf-Hin*. r. Central r«l; Garret > or, W Mm, fourth. Time 16,7 . d**h McJunkin, Woodrow Gunn, Masonic Irirr fort* "f *1* wphwnte. Central Fort Worth "nl> *1,"ut twe ty-t* mm«i out of Grand Prairie took for firnt place in the high jump, and th« high and low hwtlii to be high point roan of the menl. The featun- of th* morning round of tennis play Friday wiu the bojr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1929

THE CHATTER BOX • Tb « afternoon at Waxahachi* the Eagle netUir* play the tennis team i at Trinity University, Last week's • match with the North Texas Aggies j of Arlington was poapoasd because the courts here wen- not finished. The Sam Houston State Teacher.. College at Huntsville has sent out invitations to the celebration of its Gulden Anniversary which is to be J observed on May the third and fourth. John Pouts, brother of Theron J. Fouts, director of athletics here, wax elected Water Commissioner for the City of Dallas in the recent city election. i: *'* V i 9 ^ > v. #e JOL JuCiyi VOLU? <F. XIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHER COLLEGE. OCNT^Gil, TEXAS SATURDAY. APR II 1V2<> NT MBER 26 .EGEPRSS B )Y MAY: EET Kx fCi.CC/# for Summer t ffi VP ii. 4M>* * Eulalie Wright, graduate of iyy>i who lut.-; been teacning art in the Corpus Christi school system for the past two years, has been given a * place in the Little Theatre of that city. The Mary Ardea Lodge will be open f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1929

Ilfte .,1 r, v — THE CAMI'LS m VT PtblitM b> the Sta^nln of tfc* orth Tru* Itltr Tfwktn (!«ll*fr Dfolon jjjjMP'r 1 C*MPHM ("feat tut'rut *- Mail Mattir at tfc* Pontoffice at j Dcatnft f rta*. 1)*t I. I U Cawpu* Ckai *w r«r ,<flj|iil' '^"Hf #T*ft MrkiHry Kdilor I. R H trri-a* Managing «dito' UahriW Umi-lnd A«will<' «-«! <# M*r|<>r I*. Himp-nn ('<tiumni*> Kdr R'thioMtn f nlumnix Quintiy Self Sport* editor •larcnee Ja*a«ll Llt rar editor B nui* Wilk^rxnn >l*«i*tanl M- | .r|pf Ktlpfc Hwtim Norn* Hiett. I fm.ra f ornwell. Helen Mall Hon mi* WiUiPtsdn. Rath Cummin** Mmrhr*.. Geae Grady. E a liatrher Erma Taliaferro. Hub? Ab*Kh. Pa a I CiWHk MEMHEM TEXAS LNTKRt'OLLF GUTR I'HEXS iJMMM'lATION I'rwled by Student* «f the North Ttxaa Stat* Teacher* College J 0. HALL, Jr. iRNtrortor Linotype and Topograph} Chart** Brown, Ituainesa Manager. Bo* 235#. T. C. Station CONVENTION'S AN1> Till.SOS As thin pafwr come* off of the prwaa, the annual T I. I'. A meal- ing, which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1929

Cam pun Chirps j Makjumi* t> Simpson Spring h s cam* and summer draws on and we wonder if all those that hav« been tubiwt to Cupid's arrow are reeling m th i gifts of Mother .Suture and inc dentally Mrs. MeCon- nell Beatiy. the letter «et«—i r #houid-- the whole e red it, for she in resfMittsibM' far their being planted, and may In- Mr. king'* tiamv ah uld in* mentioned in connection with u eir culture—ahem-aod uec#saful growth. Anyway, we want a « / that the li.iwers are pretty, the k i u - i# green, ha cSMK', God's. in his heaven ai;d all'* r }tht with the world -until lina.a. at least. NEW VOGUE FOOTWEAR INTRODUCES MANY COLORS AND MANY MATERIALS wmm The edi'' rs ate in Abilene this wk. T. i, I'. A., don't y' know They're lisu-mn' to lectures on how to i'Uiuish a successful j.aier, liatenin' to big editors talk on this, that and ♦Ui'-ui th nit . anxiously awaiting prize rewards, ui;d all the time makin' 'ixpee! Don't we envy 'em though. W 'ow! Tiie Uran.atic 'iul> is noon K"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1929

I I I I I I 1 I I rtn Till C •r H \T Ntu lent- ( Ith* ('•Utt < *> >1 \tt at IW f « Trim a« IWmil flas iffwt it *t l. itii Manrar* I. R. N*n iat. nnr fear 11.50 Mrlnffrir MKw litefclef Manatinv editor t«afw lli> *ra i*tead ^aaoriale rditor Mar) rir I. I>H>— C•lamtilx Edra ftnh'nwin C Quiithv -irlf editor rtarrfirr U-'Blfli Ut*flr< d «or K.bhif A««Mant R'portff«: Rit|>h (Itn«(itn Nnrw Hiftl I-ennra < «rn«ell. Hall Ronnie WiHter-nn Rufh ' 'iimmlng*. Raehael Ht irhe > Utnr r.rad* f' a Httrfcfr Eraaa Tal laferro lfuh Aaglin Paul Griffith a. MmpBi trxam isteimoiie 01 ATE I'NKH.S AHUM* I \TlOS I'nnird bj Stud<nt« of the \itrifi TMUM Stair Trirhrr* I olleicr J l . HALL. Jr ImrtriKlor Linotype and Tjrpoirrafth) < haru'o Brn*n. liumittRi Manager, Mux 2i!t. T. C, .Station UL Clean-Up Time I t % (r*vr*9^ fire* him W you, JUS' RAMBI IN' Br Kim A kOBINMUN I long rem* rnber The hoapitaiity of Abt Ii«* h of the tyji'' we (in mil Uiwit> n find ami u example of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1929

« • Collegiate Press Edited By Pat Harbison Campus Chirps Majuorii L. Simpson TWEED OF A LIGHTWEIGHT SORT # IDEAL FOR TOWN AND TRAVEL WEAR M u the million things thi has done for us, O means only that she is growing old. T is for the tears she has shed for me. H is for her heart as pure as gold. E l« for her eyes with love-light shining. R is for right and right she'll always be. Collect them all they mean MOTHER, the nearest and dearest friend that any boy or girl shall ever have.—The Conglomerate, Shrt- veport, La. Frank W. Cook, one of the six per- sons charged in conection with pub lication of the Blunderbuss, April 1, was found guilty of a misdemeanor by the jury in Judge F. K. Tanne- „hiU's court Tuesday and fined $1.00, the maximum penalty. Clyde YVoolsie and Ben Morrison, jointly chargeu with Cook, turned state's evidence and their charges were cancelled. <Loftin L. Johnson, Cook's attorney, entered an appeal for a new hearing. —The Daily Texan, Austin, Texas. In keeping ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1929

■ 1 1 *************** ******* ' ' S< >CIETY—CLUBS Miss Parrill Entertain* TRACKMEN WIN Honormf/ Sintern Group Entertains Miss Mattie Cravens C. Ij. C, //earn Minn Ruby Walker Mi** Lillian Parrill entertained fritwU ami served tm Thumday ut- temcMifl at the Mary Arden lortlpt. honoring her thrw? Hutter*. Mr*. Ed 1 ward Hohlt. wh«. ha* been spend M'tM Matti* E. '.-avena was •*«tar Kul>> C. Walker, of the rending um«d * ib a "I' nit Hum-' party at department read a number of pcNMM the t I'iiejf# Club House, Saturday eve- fr,,m the w*urfc of representative Kng mag, April 27, by Ha*el f'hapel, Lula ii h ami A mar-teat* poet* at the rneat- I" aye Gray, Mary Franca* Jacltaon, my of the Current Literature Club Juan ta H and Soaie Brown- in the club h u*e Monday night. The ing. Mim < ravens ia tl a houae sponsor number# chosen by .Mm* Walker •f the group. Mim Chapal acted a* j wera: "Miilung Time," Mwrvice; kMtaaa. ; "Hoofs," Kilmer, "Two Lovers, l>aiy The houae waa beautif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1929

I ■ m rl THE CHATTER BOX Invitations Have been rmivuj h«rt> | which announce the inauguration of King Vivion as eight president of Southwestern University on Monday, June 3. K.VSTl DKNTS' EDITION THE — V.OLUME XIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY II, 1929 NUMBER 28 President Marquis was a speaker at the annual meeting of the rural schools of Kllis County which was held at Waxahachie Friday. Mrs. Ouida Gentry, Miss Clara Mor- ley and Mis* Nellie Cleveland are visiting former students of the col- lege Thursday and Friday of this week at Graham, Bryson, Miner#' Wells and Graford. They are work- ing on the project of making com- munity adjustments. The College Quartet, composed of Robert Morgan. C. O. McCreight, Kdwin Hayes, and J. B. Roberts will sing for "The Awakening." a United Artists picture to lie given at the college Auditorium Saturday evening at 8:00 o'clock. The College Quartet will accompany the Denton Chamber of Commerce to Ponder Thursda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1929

— —— $ aI^umo THE CAMPI 8 ( HAT . . ' Campus Chirps tlAftj'mui L Sim ft vUtiw". 1 Published bj thr Student* ( Ik* North Tesaa Stat* T**rh«r« OtMlon. Thh ( iiipai ('kat F.nttrM M S«wwJ ('Im* Mail Matter at the Poatoffiw at D*ntuo Ttui Dm. t. Itlt Campui < hat. MM v< r tt.50 Thia mom to I* the ex | ! edition of th« weekly worrit-* m wi-j j u* hereby slated U. 4<MKVUto to th«- ww preaeat student body th<- doing* Uf the pant student Ixidy oth«rwin«- kftown a* th - Alumni. Wo far they jseem to be doing well All of them have been able to keep (heir job*, pay their debt* et cetera. WITH THE EXES H : jj' II (1 i Love Alma Mater Wf ; : \ * i Hear Memories kf railed, hex in Abilene um flattering a imputation ^ a* Dad Him in iJenton Hineereiy y <ur*. Thorn** K Mime — in Mar fare' I. & ■■rriiee laabelle Armtatead iir>«rii L. Wei tluinbj Clarence Jaetgli Benin r WIKmuni Reporter* Ralph Metoffey fcditor In chief mm. ... Managing AiMtMe editor We heven't a marriage bureau in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1929

WITH THE EXES W here They Are •••••• H hat They're Doing Burney Skiles, '27. and Mr*. Clam Thad Mtirley. *M. and Mr*. olga| Sam L. Martin, '28, is instructor Ferryman Skile.t, '21, an- living in Murley, who have bt-en teaching at (in industrial educed >n in Austin High V. City wherv Burney is u-achihK Sanderson, will be in the high school' in the College of the City of New at Crane next year. York and Mrs. Skiles is teaching in (j, 8. Adkins, '26. is working on J I'elham Manor School. They receivedj |,jg -Wtoratv in Peabody. He will! versity of Texas. He expect* to I masters' degrees from Columbia „ number of our staff during the P*nd the summer studying in A will School. He ia a member of the State committee in shop work and drawing and a graduate student in the Uni University in li#2K. Burney I teach in our summer school. C. C. Doak, "22, who in assistant I j„ the University of Texas this year,' Demonstration school after her will be a member of the commerce graduation received...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1929

S-. WITH THE EXES II 'here They 1 re • • • ^ i '- Kpi M hat i hey're Doing — Wotfrufier, who in gwt- ] §, H Graham. *24, ttaa nf her Ant <>ip«riMMV VMfc flribaal i alwrted for hi* fifth ymr m •aching and K'«t Texas *and «tnrma ! nf the Franklin * t Munday. writ## that h* will take *r*<lu t«. work in T«u* u. 'lartnjr « up on the Thru* R Day and <- m«. th«- mmmUm. I ack to ikin summer U, take Mm. Mildred Montgomery, '81, lai Mayme Patrick, 'fW, v.b<> wa a mtiri Bother dearer. teaching in IJanton Junior Hlph j bar of <h lJein<.n*trMion School Tkai Mahler. "2* , i* nerving hi* She xporuu.r* an Aviation Club among fatuity in fkmUm, in a primary -up ■ «►•{ i. E. Park, ft, an oid-tim* ♦ Mr. and Mra. Basil London, '27, an hmdident from the ela*« of "OH, «en<is the teaching in Graford Mr London ia >1* da it daingi following itama ahcut "thar member* superintendent of school* They will ax*M l". during of hw eSa§* "O. B Kiel. '< & is a from ■ ia*nt |ihy*ici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 June 1929

I I CAMIPU VOLUME XIII —i NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS CI* UC3R. DENTON. I I XAS. SATURDAY. JUNE 8. 192«J NUMBER *© Enrollment Records Broken 0L-.UI \! ■ . ' ' — ,:zsssssszgrmr&trtrsxsxss: . , - THE CHATTER BOX Open house will be* held at the Col- lege club house Saturday night from 7 :30 until 10:00 o'clock. Several hostesses will be present, (lames and music will l e furnished. Everybody is invited to come. V. W. C. A. is now making a mem- bership drive. All girls of the Col lege are eligible for joining. Fees for the summer'arc fifty cents. These may be paid at the club house where membership cards may he obtained. In memorian of Miss Kvalina Har- rington, an instructor in the College for a number of years, the "HI Paso Schools Standard." a monthly bul- letin of the K1 Paso Public Schools system, for the May was dedicated. An announcement of the birth of a baby boy has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Golier of Jacksonville, Texas. Mrs. Gober, formerly Alva Price, was a gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 June 1929

— TBK CAMP! S < H *T Published Sr tjir Stu<l nt« of Ilk# M«rth T ui 'l«l Tri'lori r«ll«|r licntnn Trite (snipe* nit Fnt^rrrf a* H*r4,iui Cl*«. Mall Matter at the Pos4offU<a at Dntaa Tnti Rw i, 1914 AS WE SEE IT Ay kdra Robinton -■ 1 - * SO THEY SA Y U Ixtteat Rook* and Literary (iotip iumm Tk* epe HI Tula B<>th «>k- the art m M I •uirt m«'i M«g * Detiton <>n the boom Ktudrnb *warming ever Not a bit of *4 mrt ''aktyni rkai tme ear • I #• «r wr Resale Wilkf-r-iin Qmahv Srlf Helen Halt . Msrjone L. Kimp-oti Mr a RaMawxi , , narrate Jseggli VrttI K Nance lirportrr- ; Ralph K4lwr | AwarliU editor VsMntaal editor ratmalM i ( olummal ; Ul f«ry editor Sport* editor Houston. Hah* i4«i«r Koonee. Udllt lone* Muth Camming. Rirhtl Hughe*. NffPlla Hiett. frma Taliaferro t.ene Grady. Hoaaie Wilkersan. lainra < Ornwell Claudine French. Rally Aug lis. Ro- bert Mammock. Rernardine Barnard. HKM HH' l ' • f « GLATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Printed by Student. of the North Tsxaa Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 June 1929

* \ 1 Sentences of Sport i By Fred Nance 1> 1 Surely feel* fin© to he here again, doenn't it? After having' p«nt the past year in Hitting at the profes- sors' feet or in teaching "readin'. 'riting. an* rithmetic," as the case may he, wi are glad to be back to work and play together. Campus Chirps Mi Former Student af TWO Kaiilt' Men For those of the summer student body who were not here last winter and could not keep in tourh with the athletic events of the College, we are publishing next week a summary of the College athletics for 1928-1929. Of course, this will not be as com- plete as we would like, but it will serve to let you know that we are still on the athletic map of Texas— and how! ! * We are requesting that anyone who knows sport items that he desires published leave an account of the same in the Chat office in the base- ment of Manual Arts Building or telephone 818-W or 1242. The physical education department has made plans for an athletic pro- gram for the summer that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 June 1929

„ ,:f' I t: — —r Musical "n^vans JtfW9UT( n lark < I '-alore Promised 163 Graduates- I' ontinned from l' InMm I mm* ■ * 1 HiysH" •Carl t York hmt At the l at regular meeting held ' .cwnce 1) I" \r I il.v -he «.•-« Jmki-u M«r* the cb— Bt'-kenndge Emma Jean Creagl W||J v,„n. i>\ I u\ (i viranam * «**«<■* u .Mm ,d * * rW.fcr«k«M Mv i**m* Sm*M. M(M<4y Ktaw, Mu;I , mmi'uii of 1MMI. flMi dwn j hnrhebir of aeiaMM. b*#h b r "f mtm , .... m . "jj| •* office* ware flra* telected HoMieville Eva dentgan, Bachelor; | thttr&k I'altwrt HPfl iff) *m ■Att.'V * ti I f Ijf WC ' Sli M*1 , 'K'H'IICI' rntert* o the*," Floyd Graham, * • m meatmg eommittee and later f writer «# *• c n *e Band. .uutpM' '*r: ^ **h«a •* *• , K.„^ ilnn„ , ! ' *M"" An* Tuesday. The Band, wh,eh in W *+ ™mer ~h *m r f h*U" ^ eW .1 , posed of f.f,,„l play at th. - Indent fo• th4- cluh. Other „ff . KbIm H le* baeh,;. College wmtha grouad* every ear* ar# Lucy AnM<t Perryman, -rtf* . , i hm-heler -tr «<> Tuei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1929

HI % m 1 /■ I &' CHATCKK BOX VOLUME XIU NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DEN I ON. I EXAS SATURDAY. JUNE 15, 1929 ———i NUMBER 3) "The schooling which 1 look back on with pleasure," said Or. IX S. Li gun. who is entering the evangelistic field in the Church of Christ with his. headquarter* in Fort Worth, *% that received in the ^Korth Texas .Slate Teachers College at Denton, thirty yearn ago. Seven of my children at tended that institution and taught out of it." The Current Literary Club will have its first meeting of the summer on the lawn at the College Clubhouse Monday evening at 7 o'clock. This meeting will be for the purpose of organising the club for the summer. All girls of the College are invited to be present. COFFER-MILLER PLAYERS A5 TO APPEAR IN TWO PRODUCTIONS JUNE 17 SENIORS ELECT OFFICERS EOR Senior I'rexy "MICE AND MEN," "TEa FOR THREE" TO HE GIVEN ers here in two performances on Mon- day June IT. This company is not All counties ure asked to organize their socia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1929

I i B ME A V VOL (iml hail * pian r< Hi* making *( mar. He mad* some u> fall. and lit- miul< some u> win. But though some mumt fail. « He didn't my who So what make* you think 'hat H« might have meant y«U* fiMi't take the count >au«r you think that pm'r* neat Push i he yarn*' forward. don't plan to retrem flon't be a- "rpiitter" who whines at abuse, Buckle down t it, !here's no umv Ui I(.m Make up jw« mind that yw'rc going u> win Stick to "i purpose through 'hi<k arid through ttitn; Know what you want ami go after if strong. Sure then you'll get d before y<>u'v faawght long Stituf an* piat born to a life of #uiVe**, Other* mu t struggl* 1,1 "> ' ghr««. But though Mine will fail in the teat, it o> true It'i sure ten to "tie that it fMHHfn't i «* y..«i' I 4 s K A; sa;A /'/ ttb Bdra Robinton I III ' \MI i h *T HE MhS Published hv the Studeat* of Ihe Sarlh Taaaa Htatr Iear her* College I lea tun Te*a« Campus ("hat Eutrradas H^oMl ( lau Mail Matter at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1929

r ************** * nt*i d'ag Mm Boor, 90* L til 1U 1 D 3 £ i v b« i j I! % | Sentences of Sport { By Fred Nmct- I ? I 0 The Vandals By thin time everyone i* tattled ->atiafacu rily or otharwiae, and is be- ginning to enjoy the summer Be aidea meeting two or three claaaea daily and occasionally writing a theme for mi unsympathetic prof, w« have nothing to do but to ait back and en joy ourseiven. How optimistic! iieverul team, have already organ ised for the county baaketball tour- nament which is to begin as soon as organisation can be completed. Re- presentatives from each county in- tending to enter a team are asked to aee either Mr. Reid or Mr. Myrack as soon as possible. We would appre- ciate it very much if each team would submit to the Sports Editor its play- ers list, and manager. The basketball tournament is now getting under way. Its organisation is nearing completion, and several strong teams have already enrolled. We are hoping that the greatest pos- sible number of stu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1929

ft 1 II I. w k a rr « IS M U rr J* l«> tl ri tf hi k 01 c* t* V ni M>[ fit m in art m « m A of th it m •'! STARTLING VALUE. "GIVING- MMrl'i o «&* >> ° t \0 ^ •V^ ftVA ,W-4 ., , * *4A i i Now SILK Originally $12.50 to $49.50 $12.50 Dresses, now $6.25 $14.75 Dresses, now $7.38 $19.75 Dresses, now $9.85 $24.50 Dresses, now $12.25 $29.50 Dresses, now $14.75 $34.50 Dresses, now $17.25 $39.50 Dresses, now $19.75 $49.50 Dresses, now $24.75 See These—Come Prepared to Buy Several! ALL SPRING COATS Light weight materials and Spring's very smartest styles in Coats originally priced $14.75 to $34 50. all included at final reductions NOW HALF PRICE Navy Blue Stlk Canton C. I. A. Uniform DRESSES! The manufacturers cost of fchese $10.75; your choice— $/|98 Special Lot Pretty Silk DRESSES! Short or long sleeves, attractive styles, good colors, sizes for wo- men and mwwww; $7.50 values— SILKS 4I.L SILKS NOW AT STILL LOWER PRICES s«Moa*bl« silks. Including plain and printed flat crep^...

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