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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1938

1 •\ h Ex-Student Edition The Campus Chat 1190—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United Years of Continuous Service—It31 THIRTEENTH YKAR NUMBER —————— NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, ■MWIW— DENTON, * 1 ■ TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1938 TELE Exes Plan Re-assembly Week, Banquet Reunion Dinner To Be Held Conlr,cl to k L.t At Baker Hotel Thanksgiving Soon for Homo of fnHags Dance Will Follow Informal Program Yet to Be Planned The annual reunion dinner for III.' i \ -'inli-nlH <if the College will I"' held Thanksgn ing evening, Niovembei 2fi. ai <i:.'IO o'clock in Mi CiyUil Ballroom of thi- Baker Hotel in Dallas. Music for the • >eea.«ion will I* furnished by Floyd (ii ahumV urchcitlra Bullock Hyder, president of the ■ i yam '.a I ion, "ill preside at the informal airair The arrangement uC ihe program will permit any- one who i> attending to leave in lltllt t" go to the meeting of the .iii l eai her* A--oeiation if they (ieMI'e to do Ml). Ml campus organisa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1938

THE CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THI HSDAV. <M YtHt l U ti W [ to Wg Is frs*ue d 'The Succaneor' Dyrmf ScKooi Ymt |s Aiwuti trrout* for the Collio of wd.y show ■■My. director Following a new ^ thrilling and *"u. stirring pvc- .. try°U^*' 'boaeaht tur* >f America* stn-gg>* V r,«- " "wlw member* m<' Eng.an.: aur-.ng *Hr tt ar ( >'.2 r r™« " *" ■ •- .« .«.. B ikm.. . i ■«" , ;r hi* hist.-ricai epic 'The Boccar- ah.r At thu meeting applicant* College were r,ver. e*cerpts froir well- **r' u. .v known piay* they wer* to •—"«■ «« Saturday night «Hfc prepare for Anal tryouu M<j on Frederick March ir. the title roi* ThvrwUf night. Friday afternoon. I' i* a mighty pan rama of a and Monday afternoon cruoa. j**r"«i ir. h -t ry *h.-w;r.g New member* addec to the chib th* of N** «*• * *h* «m J ark A eh worth. L A Berry c,f ^ Pjctareaqae . r* Betty Lb Boyd. Violet Bryan: 4 <*r * « **• ie.ense :,f N«"vl C*rl Cahe K tty Clark, rarro; F. °r^*n> b>' G « rn. J**«* ' i . Sad e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. (MTOBER 6. 1938 The Campus Chat Marrygraph* < ' • * i I ow«k Mamai Aktk 107; TauciWoNE 1242 Published weekly during the college year by the student.. nf the North Texan State Tnchers College Filtered mm second-class matter Doc. #, lOlti, at the post ortue at I tent mi, Texan, under the act of March 3, 1H70. M'BS< KII'TlciN RATFS, DEMVFRKD in MAIL One college year $1.00 Advertising rales furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement ih riwrvtxl Classified advertisements, 2c pel word |air insertion. EDITOR IN-CIIIEF Harry lilatk BUSINESS MANAGER R. H. Fscue STAFF Maxinc Shoemaker, Mary Wiilard, John Black. Kay Edwards, JameH McCary, Jay I), liaul- den, AIohmj .1 aminoli, Dave Threadgdl, Silas John- wm, Bill Coleman, I.e..land Edwards, 1-ee Million, and Clyde Heath Faculty Sponsor.* .1 I). Halt, Jr.. and C E. Bhuford MEMBER OK TEXAS INTERCOl LEGIATE PRESS ANSO< IATION 193 7 Mtmki I9S« x lulod (jL)llt'(Skill1 Pi ess THURS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1938

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS ( HAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. (K'Tt)HEH 6, 19H8 —— PlK«ffl«nt Officg Lists Ntw Positions Exes Fill This Year Following in a lixt of wtudant* who kiuiIuhUmI from the Collage in June ami Au«ru*t am! ihiu ad- line* the; have accepts I teacher*' position* This lut ma> contain Home error*, according to E. H Farrinfftun. director of ih - placement service, who hai- coin pned it for the CampUM ("hat Th. p'neement If ice A'ill acIcopu any corrections, Mr. lart m^rton Raid. "We are kIm.1 to turn ovei thi* Ii t of graduate* and their ad dreaaes to th. Campus Chat." Mr Farrinirton said when th« names compiled were submitted, "if it will help our ex-student* to locate each other. We hope that many old acquaintances will be renewed a* a result of our part of the ex student edition of the ( hat." Abbey. Duatte K C*rruu Springs. coach *>'■<> mulhm.iv' \ MiU ; ■ Mr* Malcolm Martin hermit house* v> ift Am.,' • Ber grade A darn* Jea n Mathe* a Mr*- Wal* nut Sprin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. CXTOBER «. 1938 Eagles Take Pirates in Easy 27 to 6 Victory Click for Lonf Yardage Ground Attack Works Well Between Passes The lireen and Whit# completely covered the Southwestern l.'nivwr- sily Pirates, Sal unlay tti$rHt, us th«- Kagles slid into an cany 27 to ii victory. Fur the pant two years the l'i rati'* have upset the dope carl an«i trounced the Siscomon, hut th«• mixed passes and ground attack of I he North Te\Mm eleven, topped by a Hicks to Shoemaker aerial combination, paved the way for an Kagle victory march. The only quarter in which the Dentonites failed to score was the initial period The second quarter however, brought two six-point markers to the Fagb -, the second touchdown being followed by -lul am "Jeep" Johnson's kick for ex- tra point. Killian failed to con vert after the flint touchdown. The Pirates' lone score came when I.ee, a Southwestern Uni- vei ity half back, tossed a 'M> yard pass to teammate O'Neal who gal lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1938

THE CAM PITS (HAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBKR 6, 19:W k m ■ 11 Fraternities, Sororities Culminate Rush Wook Sunday Kappa Delta Pi Of Activity (or Fraternities To inagunte Attendance Limited To Club Members And Rushees Culminating ruah weak activi- tie* for the five men*' fraU-rro- tiea, the Inter-Fraternity Council of the College will aponanr a for- mal dance to be (riven in the Rec- reation Building Saturday night from 9 to 12 for fraternity mem- bera, rushees, and their dates, it *a announced early this wet-Is by Meiritt C. Barton, social chair- man of the Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil. Thjae in the receiving line will be Tom Barton, president of the Inter-Fraternity Council. Doyle Preaton, aec. "tary of the Council, Mr. and Mrs. William Woods. Mr> Mary Wesson, and their guests Muaic for the dance will t>e fur- nished by Floyd Graham's Orches- tra. AH fraternity rushees must pre- sent a bid at the door for admit- tance. The charge will be 50 cents for each couple and 40 c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1938

i * «. 4 Roof for The Eagles Friday The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in tka United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1938 TNIKTKK\TII N KAK NI'MI NOKTH TKXAS STATE TKACHKRS (oLLKt.K. DKNTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, TKLEHHONK I Editorial' Wards . A - lt> K U KDW \HDK Opera by Julia Smith Will Have Premier Here in Spring I l< VI I KM I > Mi l I IM. Water. water everywhorc H(«w the cigars stunk. Wliter, water everywbciv. Hul not a drop wa- drunk' \ll 1< MS! A certain Chat reportei decided thai housekeeping was cheaper than boarding, " He began looking around fur a roommate who could conk lit found one, and married her Mo names will lie culled hut Mc< ar\ rented an apartment and bought hi- first hill .>f groceries There wih only one had feature a hout the rooms: they were infested with rats \ftiM the fn -t meal wa- prepra I'd, Met al) alway - a sent imentn list, put up "fie of the fir-t l>i- cuits mst tn keep a whila Hi ncVei ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1938

pwpif..' PAGE FOUR THE ( AMITS CHAT, l>K\Tn\, TEXAS. TIU KSDAV. (HTOItKR 1:1. Gammadions To Hear Talk On Scholarship An ••pt'n All • iilltif. dance *|*in • ti by th« Talon- wiii U . t r /— mi Saturday niKihi ,n ;< Forum Council Lays bu.Wm, from P until II!, The .tarn. p|ans fQr Three will be the worn! in th' -ei i< c*f formal dance* to In- kiwi Mdior Activities in* th«- term. and will U* the lii n *11 ( oHttir« Plan* f«u tin . m ' •> ■ -i ' Munit will furnmlwd by Floyd i I" >. • I mi < uti *• • • Graham ami hi* orchestra. Tnkm ■ 1 11 f member* will w«'ur black and irolrt • "> I'•• -.l;i> .r I ti ribbon* in then lapel- th« 1 4 ibho.i . Tim- ravaivintr l«n«- will I* cum The Ku:-1 ttb s i« V , ? pllSOd of thl follow I Ilk* l lu - Off l l I • T , V. • ■ Ail," 1 i anil thi ir datcr-. .1 H. H«iqh im ir vn> • t Mho France* Standby. K, nin th t,. . *, f n, Guinn. M*r> Green, J«ek Holiday | ,, Lilliwn \\ ui<tt*oxt, Mi ami Mi> ^ ,ja r til ,, wvr# ■illy Bi a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1938

Root for The Eagles Friday The Campus Chat Z730 | 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1938 THIRTEENTH YKAR Nl'MHKK ft NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THCRSDAY, 0(TOHER 20, 1988 TELEPHONE Yucca Editor Warns Sophs, Cases from Frosh To Have Pictures Made T. C. Museum Ed(itorial) Wards . by RAY HOWARDS TWO IS .1 I'h AM Ih ST MR DOESN'T /. \ I BR YE St. ' The football player was Itenched, Hut that was just line it wi s a concrete campus bench In the evening about nine! ^KTORV WITH MORAI. ' OlKe upon a time a certain mall • Iwellethed in a certain \illsu!> Anil it ciimi' t« pass that he lovethed his neighbor nuire than hi' had the essuyeth upon himself his hreath em'* wife? Well, his lireathern, tint harking to the golden rule, iiiletheil his gntl and squatethed in the rushes, cot: cealething himself 1 ik<- a thief in the night. When a certain man i-r<ethd the gulf and cast his person upon his neighb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1938

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1938 T C fto Ha bu wi of in Jil m ri I" ul M C L B B The Campus Chat Marryfrapht Oma Manual Asts 107; Tclephonb 1242 "In Tully ami Hodge. Commerce has oat of the best passing' combination* in football." —bo says Published weekly during the college year by the D Uh# News I he inference, <>f course, in that •tudenu of the North Tex*. State Teachers College. P*""'" 'r<,n> Tu y to Hod*, are likely to beat the Entered as second-class matter Dec 8, UM<5, at the Kagle* when the two teams meet in their annual poet office at Denton, Texan, under the act of March irrudire l>aitli , Noveml-i 1;< 3, 187V. There i« a little chunk of human interest be ■I hind thi> Tully-Hodge business that 1 can't help SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL t>ut bull about a while even at the risk of being One college year #1.00 labeled a "drugstore quarterback." 1 can remember that about four or five years Co-edilteHe By Pea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1938

P CAMFUB CHAT, MCNTON, TEXAS, THUH8DAY, OCTOBER 20. 1988 w I lw 1 ii 8 'Eagles Battle First Conference Foe T Locals Flash Strong Offense To Slaughter McMurry 46> Game Opens Home Season 1 With Bang; Three Teams Play i" ri Dan Yarbro Wins Goal Shooting Contest Visitors Get Score On Sensational Forward Pass From THE Bench By ELLIS MARTIN Notice: Baylor and T. C. U. play A precise running and passing >>ne another in Ft. Worth October (Utuii-k bolsters! l>y opponents' 29th. Start saving your skekels errors, netted for Coach Jack Sis- now, because that's one that you Intramural sports arc well un- Kaglei- a 4(1 7 victory over the don't want to miss. You'll have der way now with winner in invading McMurry College Indian no trouble rememl>ering the date. Sports Scripture Silas Johnson f Rideout Invited ToEnter Cuban Sports Festival der way now with winners in invading McMurry College Indian no trouble rememl>ering the date. Texas State Teachers College Eu- are third with t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1938

i'AGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, IMS •mm A mor< Hal bui wil at inK all- ] lit mi rib |H« an Mi (>i U Hi H •bl OPI ma hoi opi Mr MC evf inc blu ) on* fro per fen tioi dm hi* thk & 01 Wlf n • la a Tkii4w ^ J Lin I rwrry mv^vi win C. L C. In Impretsive Candlelight Ceremony Thirty pledges were mad? mem- her* of the Current Literature Club in n traditional candleliich' oaremony Monday night in the Col- late clubhouse. After the oaremony. Marian Sharp and Christine Holling*worth were selected a* deleirate* to the Texas Federal ion of Woman's Club* convention to be in Au* tin Nov. 9-1]. and Iris Garrett and Ida Bryant ware elected ser- intf at arma. Vew members are Margaret Bar m, Mildred Brock. Nelda Bryant. \arie Cowaar. Alma Em*. Ruth snell, Marguerite Gilley, Kate rdon. Lueile Gorman. Noraleen >e. Georgia Mac Hall. dildred Hammonds. Lena May rdesty, Virginia Hvden. Jan ilolland, Anna Mae Howard. Idred Jones, Irma McNaron, rgaret Peacock, Bet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1938

Enter Avesta Contest 1 mnuM- The Campus Chat 11*0—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in Hie United States—4f Years of Continuous Service— I fit my HIRTKKNTH VKAK NUMBER <> NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27. 19M avy Band Scheduled for Concerts N*vy Pir*ctor ednesday Afternoon and Evening Classical, Military Swing Music Included On Varied Program « T«' i (.un i t.s, urn- in the ;*f t. at 8 o'clock and one at M l ' p. in , will Im- presented l y A. A. U. W. Head Powell — Will M««d in , will Im* presented by the ■•••orld-famous United State- Navy )iunl in tin College auditor nut: line.day, November 2. ® ('an ii(HlK of around SO sa nque i UH!lt bv us ir tuns. the ' af«) lite i i) Fuut^L in thy* Ccr(| ing >ll tal s w ilh IH-St MM v in- do- le.t- f rait dge and the ist ed ch. hand will present program of classical, military «id -wing numbers The cone. •I** a part of thi* College's tine nn. •Tries. ■nter Is Leader . Leading the Navy Hand ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1MB TK Campus Chat Benin such a busy man that I h v* very little time for Mh< lighter nidi- of life, I was treated to a revelation the other day when I'ude Vlillianis. head of the ret rent ion program for the Keen u- tion Hall, seni to the t'hat office an itemised ac- count of what the College is dmnu t«> make life more liveable for student*. Oude's information could hardly t* classed in the category of new*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL since the new recreation program has lieen under &m college year $1.00 way all this semester. But it was news to me Manuai. ARTS 107; Tbjvhomb 1242 Published weekly during the col leg* year by the etudanta of the North Texas State Teachers College Entered as Mcoad-claa* matter Dec. 8, 1016, at the post o®c« at l eitton. Texas, under the act of March 8. 1879 Advertising rates furnished on application. Kight U> decline any advertisement n reserved. Claaaifted advertisements, 2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1938 Eagles Overpower Lumberjacks by 21 to Ground Gam* Clicks to Give Siscomon Superior Offense Visitors' Vaunted Passing Attack Is Smothered r A ('.inch Juck Sisco's li^htinj; Ku- Rave fail warning to other I.one Star Conference lea inn Fri- day nitfht ax they eliminated the Stephen K. Austin Lumberjack* from the 19HH campaign by a 21-<5 victory over the pre-aeaxon dark- horses* Never pressed by the invading eleven, the KairleM displayed a NUperior ground attack and pass de- fense which led them to three touchdown* to one for the Nacog- doches team After taking the opening kick- off, the Katies pushed through for their first score on a sustained drive. An enemy fumble a few plays later gave the locals the ball on the invaders' 22 from where two short pusses anil line plunges carried to the 4, where Killiun plunged over for the score. Mitchell kicked the extra point. Killian Scores Later in the second period Shoe- maker ran a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1938

THK CAMPUS THAT, IHGNTON. TEXAS. THl'HSDAY. (XTOBKR 27. H r ■ ^#1 B? RAY KI>WARDS _ fiven by* tka Kairhhr* will ht h ld Satur . , j IN • MI KYKtf; 4mp mg-hi from until vi odook Junior Mary Pledges on nut moi ih k tte ta.Mm , 0 1U1 id T'h '""nTrrtiriiB< Nam \ ^ mtiat©0 TnUrSOfiy Ami open your mouth He, lC>Aiw Gilksple, Helen , ^ dw ' J" • g • > "> Ami tltr eua* word* come out t Ol.UN ( IN vn KIM I U N Maybe you don't know much Junior Mat')' Arden Club *a- h id houi Collin County Wi ll, maybe tan Holloman. president, Alta Mae Jthur*,J*y ' n< ""'K " ,h' thi* t* th«- reason We have the i,*!!?. ££ - «* v.,...™.- .I...., ill. Mom., Smith. M„> K«"£ >• «•'* " Virffin j* fallowitx and Mr* Mar\ a<vr i*iiu«« in thy v<wfcA#c* a* lx inur " Plw Blackest \miu\ vuifTii, mmry Ann itiiirHjut', ncipfi • ^ jj i« i. wood, juha a lira, sum, unth.r In Candlelight Kites wood. Dorothy Fry, Dori* Kay, Wataon. Martha Jo Godwin, Sadu A fnimal candlelight initiation Fikr, and Mary ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1938

Entor Avoita Contest The Campus Chat Z730 | 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in United States—4t Years of Continuous Service—I tM TH1RTKKNTH YKAK Nl'MBKK 7 NORTH TKXAS STATE TKA< HKRS ('i)LLHkiE, DENTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1938 TELEPHONE lilt Ed(iterial> Wards . Work *• SoOfl on Naw C,uJ l > KAY KI W \RI>S AN'OTHKK PLAN Those old profs back in biblical ■lay - nil nil I have had him thing lifter all They took their students ami ambled over the count i .v-ide, (linpi iiMiij know lvdg< mi tli< li< .ii H8 it were. Ill those days a fellow had to stay awake, for thi -hoes of that period weren't very g<«>d. All the | r*>f ha ! to t|o when a foot hull player dozed wiix to 1 e u il through a cockleburi patch, and he Mould immediately revive. It Wli- belli i for the studont* too When thej weH on the move, then eyes were not ne ally s o heavy as when they were slumped ill a comfortable rhan And, too, if a iruy didn't understand the lei lure ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1938

PAGE TWO THE CAM PI'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER H H# orric* Mani aj. Ants 107; Tblwhoni 1242 Goblins Find Halloween Ain't What It Used To Be H> PE AR I. m rroN Moralists of nn<' kind or another who go into « *eag and dance every time the moving picture Published weekly during the college year by the we mentioned neglect on. foini of whip which uilfiit* of tin North Texas SUlr Teachers Colleire • possibly more important ihmi that hig, Iwd booga ..... .... . . ...... l t ^ . v i.i , i .... i ,i . ....... A" 'he irohliiis II writ ya if ya pledges k the liohhing target* Being on Ream. hihI Their Solution Enterod ... necon.l-clssi. matter Dec 8. 1 1«, .t the bo... S fc \ elth.-ugh connected with ,t in a mannc. ^ WMt<.h out... f,, s ,h( ^ wt.r„ lwllU.r . the The .ather plentiful presence of fxi«t oAce at ft—law, Texas. under the act of March «> speaking 13 WPA Projects Enlarge Texas Campuses 3. I*7S St BS< H1PTION RATKS, DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year fl.0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1938

•a «• t ft THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, NOVEMBER X 1938 Down Favored Eaglet In 18-0 Grid UtMt Friday Locals Handicapped By Injuries in Game With Strong Eleven North Texan' highly fiiviird Kaglew me up with a dark borne hi their mtiiikI I .one Star Confid- ence riu o inli i in 11 ii lit nvilie Kri day night and came out <>ti the short end <.f an 1 H-o score as Coach I'uiiy WiImoii presented a |M>l«-ntih! flag winner which took advantagi (if every break nffered them by the injury crippled Kagle* in a game that «aw firs' one and then the other team lone the hall hy mini erouc fumble* on the part of both back fields. The Kagies, minus the services • >f first string signal culler, Walter Mitchell, failed to click air'Miint the fast Sam Houston passing attack that kept 'In Kairlc secoiidai \ hack mi it heels the greater part of the first half. The Kaifles wen furthei (tippled during the game as John ny Shoemaker was taken from the game with a twisted light knee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1938

~2 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVKMHKK 8. 1««8 T.C. Relation of Color Fourtaen Teachers College stu dents returned Sunday from Mem- | hiw. Tenn where they attended • Baptist Student# Convention be- inir held October 27 to .1© About forty persons attended the Baptist convention from I>enton, fifteen, student* from T. S. C. W.. four from the i* ty of Denton. and \ri- on* interested individual* complet- ing the number The group * .« in chatKe of Fred Parker, president of the Baptist Student I'nion here. According to Parker six car* Made the trip from Denton, The convention is held every four years Each -tat4 ha* a state convention annually, ami at the end of four year* the national convention is held at Memphis. Teacher* College student.* who attended are R R Futcher. Mary Nelma. Bobhye Jo Cox. 1 la Mae Holloway, Viola Matthews. Homer Wallace, Daphne Ready, Jo Nell William*. Margaret Carver, Pur- ward TimmiWK. Henry Parker, Ma igaret Davidson. and Fred Parker. Kaghlir...

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