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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 May 1938

See MOliver Oliver* Friday Night Z730 Campus Chat 'i I VOLUME XXII The Chatterbox By Shorty This "snoop section" is going to l>c the lust column <>f itn kind un- til in1 \i full when the majority of T students will usk for some- thing in their paper other than factual news stone*. A> gatherer of sonic "f the stuff that's filled spat')' for me this year, I have no comment. But, if through this mean* of publicity there haft been cause for just indication for a week, I am genuinely sorry. I've apologized all year but there's always someone who wants to gripe and this is for their benefit. I've written this column becuusc it proved to have u certain amount of "reader interest" to the ma- jority of students on the campus. A malicious defamation of chai #*nicter or an open expose of one to ifMiblic ridicule or contempt lias not ween intended. In fact, the editing laff on the paper has censored bits of campus gossip, etc., that was supposed to lie funny, which, bad they been pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 May 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY. MAY lt>. 1U3H The Campus Chat m** U"""* Year'a Biggest Star Film at Texas jtmt by Um North Tmm State Tnelwri Collage. •t Um TWum, December S, 1916. at SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL On* coll /*> yaar 11.00 Advartiaing rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Manual Arte 107 Telephone 1242 May 18. 1936 The Chat office On the occasion of my last Campus Chat. MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION To the Next Editor. Yet to be Selected. Dear Friend: There will come s time, about n year from now, when you will havo the name feeling* that I have this week. You may decide not to write a col- umn about them, but you will have them. About one month before you put out your last Alonso Jamison, Jr.ic*mpua Chat you will be thinking of how relieved ( lyde Heath yOU W)|| j,,, w^en your editorial renponxibilitien are Nancy Met lure hU| when the week comes for putting out that Maxine Burnett |a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 May 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 19, IMS NORTH TEXAS WINS LONE STAR TRACK Summer School to Offer 6-Man Football Course 1 The firnt instinct inn in coach- ing of si* im n football to he of- fered in Texan will be given dur- ing the last week of a course in the coaching of footltall to he taught this summer at the College by Jack Siaeo, Kaglc grid mentor. The grid coaching course will be given during the first summer term, June 6-July lfl. at the Col- lege. One or more outside experts in the six-man game will lecture dur- ing the week devoted to stream- lined grid warfare. The North Tex- as athletic department hopes to have both Joe Ailett of Louisiana Normal, Natchitoches, and R K. Albright of Lowe and Campbell o Dallas at the College during We wick devoted to six-man foot- ltall, Sisco has announced. Ailett was largely instrumental in introducing the six-man game in Louisiana, and Albright has been active in league organization work the past two years in Louis- iana. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 May 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 1W. \m mtm** MEMI REPOR Haul R. L. Threa Boyd, «•!, Pry, 1 • i'IK d U 4 aiunt 01 ti«a • he • d cog Ml hi ut" 4 i'f a * «§ t • r if H ■r h ( HA | UMlnfc '«y m 4 '4 AII-Coll«gt of School Yoar For the last time this school year, the College a a whole ic invited to dann- in Harriss Gym- nasium Saturday night from 9 to 12 o'clock. Through the sponsorship of the freshman class the gym will he decorated to resemble a circus Kappa Delta Pi Elects Officers Officers for next year were elected at a inert in*: of Kappa Raleigh U«ry Wed* Annual Trojan Dinner-Dance Sbtod t~' Urn* 1R tent, including pink elephants and "ol,H P'> n*,u,na' scholarship so- paanut,. ciety. last Thursday night. They are: Alonio Jamison, president; In the receiving line will be , K u s s c 1 1. vice-president; ^Cox, president of the class. yjrs Eloise Hampton, historian; and date, Hal Jackson, vtce-pres- m urgarvt Carver, recording sec re - ident, and date, Dorothy Murooek...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1938

•1111 •ill id Have Pictures Made for Yucca Z730 (Etfp Campus Chat M >1 m ILUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1988 r m I ■ I I I-' m Man ' | lub w 'ti| ii j l"l'- *tl<J " )nak| ■ I ^CTES From The AVS NIWS • • • HI'S?" V AND JAPAN DECLARE ARMISTICE * • • WttON'li-W'AV CORRIGAN \SKKI) TO GO OVER NIAGARA—WHONG WAY • ♦ • TAYIA>R \ND MrDONOl'GII TESTIFY IN CRA I'KOBK < By RAY EDWARDS After several days of fitrhtintf, pan ami Russia declared an «r- istice mi thi' Manchukuan-Si- rwn bordor which became effec- ,'e yesterday at noon, dispatche- >ni the United Press revealed 'ednesday. The Soviets shelled the Japanese iturd« Tuesday with six-inch guns Ich scored direct hit after direct in an amazing exhibition of accuracy of the Russian's bom- rdment. 1 There were three conditions to ■e agreement: J I. Both sides agreed to cease ■istilities at noon. 2. Both Russian and Japanese •ops will keep the territory ' v ere occupying at midnigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1988 Adv< dee i ME torn Lsso sso \E W OK tKFO Hu> R. Thn Boy< •!. Fry, >CII IEP0 Man Nnn< Mite rult; jsme | Ther it* u din *e\ en a lofess J6 ill HMt * r c t* « 41 t V 4 .# ib it) The Campus Chat Herrytraph* Dummy FwMlelwd weekly during the college ywr by the of the North Ttui State Teachers Collage, aa Mcond-claaa mail at the post office at Texas, December 8, 1916. It would seem that the secret of getting your newspaper road is to burn somebody up. I hadn't been able to It'll for sure whether anybody ever read the Chat, lot alone this column until last week when those two Hcathing (?) editorials about anonymous SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL letter* and tennis court hogs appeared in Harry Oaa college year $1.00 graphs. Right away people began making comment" Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right af one « «t ot another. 1 was ju«t getting n grand u> decline any advertisement is reserved. fase of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST It. I i | mc I I I I th I th baMj Wllj th] acj ty ind J dot am a tn M I ficn i liiri is t I' lirs SportsScripture By Jay D. Gauldan Rideout Places f Third in Race OUR COLUMN probably will ttc th** prize for most out of sea- >n gossip this week, but. since the >ort front if quiet iintj since there ih been one "date" on our mind summer, we take off on a uigt nt in the form of a fore* kst. Next November 11* isn't a red tter day for the poa toff ice nor if banks, but a good guess would that the crop of gridiron talent ho will report to North Texas id East Texas Teachers College* is fall have that date circled vice on their calendars this «um- er. Now that the lid is off, we n't have to be hazy any more. In November 19 Conch Jack Sisco n <1 his associates, flanked by ete" and "Ab" and "Ikie" and a f\v of others, will invade Com- i-rce for the annual renewal of the cutest grid classic in North Tex- . For years now the autumnal I of N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1938

IE lac I SB- lite :u ««> uft line |«>t <1 ifi t Ui I* I I ' 9 I! i i THI CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUBT 12, 1088 HCHS! Kapfi Mia Pi HoMt Summer Initiation Banqutt Carrying out a hillbilly theme, Keppa Delta Pi, national honor- ary aoeiety, held ita formal Hum- mer initiation banquet Thursday nifht at 7 o'clock >n the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall, followinir initiation ceremonies held in the library auditorium at p. m. The history of the Rnppa Helta Pi w « discussed by Thomas Hall, main speaker of the evening. The program opened with music by a hillbilly ftrin? hand, introduced by Bowen Evans, master of ceremo- nies. and a welcome was jriven by Louise Russell president of Kappa Delta Pi. Others on the program were Joe Batchn and the "Moore-Bob*" trio. Miss Bessie Shook Hnd Dr L. W. Newton, sponsors, were also presented on the proprnm Miss Hilliard and G. B. Bishop Wed in Denton Two One-Act Plays Acappella Choir To B Givwt in dw To O. HMrd on Home Ec. Girls Stu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1938

It.' ,i+h 25 >to- 1.50 I 1st. 32 ley? Beaf the Mustangs Saturday 1 . ■ The Campus Chat ■fl ■■ 1890—Largest State-Supported Teacher* CoNefe in tiw United States—49 Yean of ConWnym TH1RTKKNTH YKAK NUMBER 1 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER TEUtPHOK* iST New Recreation Program Planned at T. ;vfia — Ed(itori«i) w«rd . Bain To Head Re-Organized Work Already Started _ Department of Musk On Two Now Dorms lt> RAY EDWARDS ■ WO VW9*KS VMVCIMd tO Three Nights to Entortainmont ird > K nl- "Crossing the Bar" Twilight and look out for Starr; •\ telephone call for mo. May there be no rassing at the bar When I *. out to C IA Kail Carrying Apparel Well, fall is here again; fall be- ing here again brings football season around again. Football eason being hero brings hack to memory a remark that Shorty made in hi* column last fall. "Say* Shorty, "Football season is a fine time of the year; a iruy can amble down the street with a blond on one arm and a blanke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1938

THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 19M Froth Get First Taste Of Campus Social Lifo Wook'i Activities Include Recreation, Danes, Rscspfion N. T. S. T. C. frexhmen got th ir first genuine tante of campus Mx-ial life this w<<-k in an orienta- tion program that off em. activities ranging from a sport* night in the Kwreation Park V a reception in the garden of President and Mrs. W. J. MrConnell's home. The week's social calendar be- gan with the traditional "Fish- Fun-Frolic" at the Recreation Park, sponsored by the Women's Athletic Association. All facilities of the park were available to the thronir of pleasure-bent freshmen, who enjoyed g<ilf, ping-pong. vol- ley hall, and all the other activities possible in the park's varied pro- gram Dnncing to the music of Floyd Graham's Teachers College Orchestra followed in the Recrea- tion Building, the remodeled men's gymnasium. The Girl's Forum treated the frosh Wednesday afternoon to an informal dance in the Recrea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1938

r* * f " Jl. M. (luMell £ ioni Co. DSNTOM' Welcomes You-Fellows, Teachers, and YOUR HEADQUARTERS DENTON FOR * Keyser Hose, $1.00 * Vanity Fair Host, $ 1.00 * Kayser Gloves, $1.00 * Karat Handbags * Rochester Hankies, 25c, 50c * Glentex Scarfs, $1 and $ 1.98 * Lucien Lelong Perfumes 0 Arabian Cosmetics * Helena Rubenstein * Montag's Stationery * Parker Fountain Pens * Varsity Radios, $18.25 * Costume Jewelry * Vanity Fair Underthings * Kayser Underthings * Bedroom Lamps * Housecoats * Bedspreads * Blankets * Notions * Patterns Faculty and scholars—Every member of our organization is trained and anxious to serve you! You'll find a charge ac- count with Russell's very convenient. You can depend on Rus- sell's many years of experience in a "College Town" to bring you the smartest, new, authentic fashion for campus and off-campus wear. You'll rate OK in clothes from Russell's. Open a charge account with Denton's Largest Department Store ... no red tape ... no waiting—fill out a card at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28. IMS Tbuetmokk 1842 Opening week at Ttacher* Collage ia an exciting period even for ua old hand* who have been through a good many of them. For us there ia the thrill w ekly during the college year by the . . . . of the North Texa* State T-acher* 'ollefv mwtlB °,d "n°' lrym* * "* aa aoeond-claa* matter Dec. 8, 11*16, at the member the names that go with familiar face*, and v at Denton, Texa , under the act of March looking about u« gingt-i ly n order not to miaa ttTm *tudent* wit^ *ho '•** achool goe on at Teachers Col- eeing a single preuy freshman girl or handsome U>Kr during the summer months l y as the case may be. when they are away enjoying their _ „ , , ,, vacations, we are carrying the fol- But for you freshmen opening week is especially lowjnR nummary of events which exciting. This college life is all new to you. You've took place here during the 1038 got to get yourselves orientated as the faculty sun,nu'r seas ion. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1938

CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY A Largest Froth Squad On Record An«war* Grid Call Over ninety freshmen met CoachO "Choc" SportHman's "call to arm*" , v m. .. Wednesday un the Kaiflets wW TUCCA )tUQlO trot underway in their first work- Ta DA Canv«f4*«4 * out for the Denton Teacher* Col- . . . , .... lege. Into MUSIC Hall The number to report thin year _. . . . , , is by far the lurKe«t *roup of ,. Thf 'tru/cturL' '!,n tr,y u"f a8 freshmen gridders that has ever the studio for makln* Yucca photo- donnerl the green and white uni- "®8 n®®" moved from its f(,rnis Chestnut Street location to a site .... . f . .on West Sycamore Street near the I he number of men however, ih • . ... , .„ . , . ..... , • .. . .1 music hall and will be used here- expected to dw lul c down in the . . .. next few days as Coach Sportsman "f£r *' a "mno prB,tJj",1* iV> and hi, assistants (Mi. (Jug) , ^ ^ nown d,v,d,nK th* . keeves and "Fats" Edwards put into 12 .mall room., o«h * the "Fish" through the grin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28. 19M Hn L|ut^Rflll fin WMB^vw V^VIIVMin^ Aft Ownby Stadium Saturday SportsScripture Silat Johnson CONTINUED "cute" boy* hit minute cluingM JMk Siaco will put the umr Frothmon UMH that kjccessfully opened the r«nmwn liM Baffle football Muon against Howard Payne last Friday night ajaitut the Southern Methodist University Mustangs in Dallas to- morrow afternoon at 3 p.m. in Own by Stadium. Sieeo was completely satisfied over the showing the 1988 edition at the North Texas State Tochers College Eagles made in their open- er in Brownwood last week, al- though the encounter did uncover several definite weaknesses in both offensive and defensive pla.v. Sisco was rlso pleased with the per- formance of co-captain L W. Kil- lian and Charlie Ricks who lettered last year in line positions und have been shifted to the backfield. The lineup Sisco plans to send against the Mustangs includes Hill Sheffield, transfer from Lamar Junior College, who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1938

i ?: Til Be t Wishes and Lett of Luck to the Eaglet! The Campus Chat Z730 | 1890—Largatt State-Supported Teachers College in ttie United States—49 Yeart of Continuous Service—1938 hi Heve Your In the Yucca! THIKTKKNTH VEAK NUMHER2 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21). 1988 . . . i- TELEPHONE 1242 Ed(itorial) Wards . By RAY EDWARDS Here is un excerpt from the ih*w book, "The Midnight Lovers," by Starr Hunt. Married man: "Who said that you ' could kiss thut girl?" Single man: "Oh, everybody in town, why?" Jailbird: "Because ..*■ have been married for three months!" Free man: (after deep thought) "Oh, yes. Well, you see, I was just kissing the bride." He kissed the pavement. Power of Print >* The nightwatehman a* two A. M ft Early in the fall Shut a guy from the fire escape Over at Marquis Hall. He she* the guy so hard That he went to the Pearly Gate. , Put his card upon the table. And tried to matriculate. Saint Peter opened his book: The guy c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1938

PAGB TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THCRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1M8 S. M. U. Downs EagUs, Winning by 34-7 Count Touchdown Pass Sivm Local* From Whitewashing For the fifth successive year, the Southern Methodist Mustangs plucked dome of the North Texas Eagles' feathers ami went them hack homr on the short end of the •core, the Hilltop lady winning this year by the score of 34-7. Flaying both his first and sec- ond string team against th« Ea- glen. Coach Matty Bell tried time- after time to break the North Texan defense but without success. It was in the second half, when the third string Dallas group was in action, that the right tactics were used and the Mu.-tang- scored, but after they made the first six- pointer, the Southwestern Confer- ence team marched to an easy vic- tory. The Mustangs kick off was taken by Kicks who returned it to the Eagles 30 and after one more play Shoemaker kicked out of bounds on the Mustangs 20 yard line. The Ponies had little luck in advancing the hal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1938

i « Religious Council Served at Host To Thirsty Studes I" •►llow ihk a custom sift forth last year for the first 11(11*1, ttif Student Religious < ouncil again nuiiiitaiticd mi information booth and refreshment stand in an at tempt tn cheer tip bewildered fresh men and perplexed faculty mem Iters on lh.' recent day of regis tration. I he purp«>si of the stand and 11 11 c-hnients, aid Fred Sherman Parker, Pre idem of 11 < S. It < "is that Wi w ant to give all fresh- nuMi a hearty welcome from the Denton churches, and encourage •'ach tudert to attend one of the churches on Sunday. i he S. I{ C is composed of iepic cntativi -tudent.- from each church The council has an elabor- ate program of activities arranged foi the coming year, news of which will he given from time to time. Plato for the Kvening Vesper Sei vice will lie announced in an early issue nf the Campus ('hat. Following is a list of the Den- ton churches ami their addressee: Assembly of God Church South Myrtle S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1938

PAGE FOUR THK CAMPUS ( HAT, DRKTOM, TKXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1938 / TK« Campus Chat Harrygrsphs Publication* Hndi (Itno Mam A! Aktk 107; tKIKPHons 1242 Published weekly during the college yror by the kIuiImu of th« North Texas stat*1 t-achem College. Entered mt. second-das* matter Dec k, 19h>, at th l« st t ffii • hi Denton, Texas. under the net of March 8. 1*79 Si Bs< r1ption rates. DELIVERED HY MAIL One college year #1.1(0 Advertising rate* iurnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved ClaMlM advertisement*. 2c |>er word per insertion editor in « hikf Harry ma business MANAGE* K H Escu. staff: Maxim- Shoemaker, Mary Willard. John Black. Kay Edwards, James McCary. Jay I Gaul- den, Alonzo Jamison, l'ave Threadgill. Sila- John •on, Bill Coleman, Leoland Edward.-, Let liinton. and Clyde Heath Faculty Sponsor- J J). Hall, Ji , and ( K Shuford MEMBER OF TKXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSO( I ATI ON THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2'.'. lt :> Will 1918 Come ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 , 1988 PflPl 4 Credit Union Hat Remarkable Growth In Two Yoar Period KDNT PROGRAM SCH£DULE-i42o-kc--D«nton Sep*rlttbt i K pni ts of the Denton < I nunty Twiehi'i I *<b rul ( red it t n mil who* I hut, despite ih 'Ih lll'f-ul of School for .wo wot'k-l. Hi loans were mailt- ilurniK the month with u total of To dale, ll'i grunts me m foicc with 'In um louiii'il out now touiling <!•'{, 4 r . The inoreus** in mumiiImm hip, hIihi'i*', anil loans extended nince llif union wax first <'mitiized t.«<. years iipi has been d<*cribod as phenomenal. Thf share halunce has passed the $10,000 mark with a total of 2.'i< loans huvinK been maili' amounting to $27,77!• Mem bei -1111• is available to persons who art* on the payroll* of any of thf Denton mIiuoIk. At then regular meeting yestet ilay, the Itoard of directors voted to inert use the salary of the treas- urer, Dr. I{ I.. (Unroll, ami the asm st# lit treasurer. Helen Ros...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1938

■Iff PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. SE1TEMMER 2i>. 11*88 FrtUrnititi, Sororities To Bogin Ruth W«tk Sunday All • ri..L. C i-i- Organization (or 1936-39 Cottage frutfi'iutii> ami nororities will begin their rush week activities for the fall semester Sunday, October 2, it wait announced from the office of the l>< m of Women this week. Runh week activities will !>«■ concluded Saturdav night, Oct. 8. with a dance in the Recreation Building given b> the seven social clubs. The social clubs have elected all officers ami represen- tatives to the Inter-Fraternity Council, and all rushing and bidding will be done under regulations prescribed by this council. (>ffk ers of the council are Tom Barton (Trojans*, presi- dent; Julius Johnson t<ieezles vice-president; Movie Pres- .ton (Beta Alpha Rho Beta), secretary; Kenneth (iuinn •(Talon*). treasurer; and Merrit Barton (Pi Phi Pi), social chairman. PHOREFF* TO GIVE COFFEE. MNNEJt. I>AN(*E The Phoref...

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