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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1938

Juniors, Make Your Yucca Pictures The Campus Chat Z730 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—-49 Years of Continuous Service—1938 •uy Ytur THIKTKKNTH YKAK NT \1I IKK K NOKTH TEXAS STATU TKA<HKKS < OLLKGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBfcK 10. 1038 Nitorial) Wards . •i 0 liy i( \Y KDW ARDS "Till GIRL WHO col | dnt HK KISSKD" BNOTK All imini used in thi>- , eei 4' hiv fictitious, unit if such it person i|«iu exist, don't l«*t it irtt ont on you, 'fraidiecat Oil the Tri House 11*| - the> it Li I-1 the gingerbread dog A' 'I the calico cat (only clo->erl. N' doubt he >lld Ills best . But every time 8>'< • answered In* quest iwitll No 1S1RI); 6 they just <ut and sat and sat ^ As one lawyei «nid t" the other, "I'll lie -ueiiiir you." #A SALTY DKAL I You're so unlucky if you didn't §T" them. They were two lovely girls who thought of a very origi- nal and sensible morn It v\ir- very ^ In. v|>i-n*ive i>m> If you care to try it,...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1938

THE CAMPt'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NPVKMBKK 1«>. Tr Li i ; • V* WWWw iliw Manual A«m 167; TgutmoNg 1242 Friday morning hiatory repeated itm-lf, after a _ fashion. when for th«* net-end tinn in a few years Published weekly during the collet* yrar by the •< *trong minority of the student body decided thai •tudent* of the North Tcsas State Teacher# College whole ntudtnt liodv should he working itaelf KMtH a* Mcoad-claM mutter Dec. S, 1916. at the int. " prof er frame of mm.! for a cumin* grid poet oAci' at Denton. Texas, under the Mt of March •«* tlo intend of working in class, * No need t J. 1K7 Is That School Spirit? There has U'en a lot said (and very little done) about school spirit on thin campus for the pn*t year. g>- ovii what happened, for the school has Iven -«o I might aw well nay my two cent* Advertising rates furnished on application Right to lifeline any advertisement i* reserved. Clarified advertisement*. 2c | er word per insertion. KDITOK IN-C'HIKr ASSOC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1988 «Eaglet to Meet Austin Soaring EaqIc BsckfMld College's Kangaroo* in . Sherman Tilt Friday Kangaroos, Though Young and Beaten Four EdQlot EI©V6n Times, Are No Snap A titr battle faces Jack Sisco's Morth Texas Kagle* when Ihey takt on an up and coming young Kangaroo grid oluli of Viistin Col- lege Friday afternoon at Sherman Although (he Kangaroo*' ■ a on record is marred by foui defeats, in*--t of these have been to strong teams, and their win* over Ihuiiel Maker and particularly over a touted Abilene t'hnstiun eleven, mark them as a dangerous foe and a strong representative of the Tex a- • '(inference. Only two regulars from tin IU87 squad are in this season's KnriKa roo starting,' line-up, but the 1 t HS st|uad at Austin College include - in Ictlermcn, four of w hum are in the starting team These are Co captain < off, end; l> A Met all, • end; Baker, center, ami Lewis, k ijuartei Two liehemoth tackles bulwark the ka...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1938

PAGK FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVKMHKR 10. 1M8 M*mhrr« erf the St'Hloi Mary* Arden ("I b will iBterUiti with a tea iarisante from S until 7 Alpha Chi Pledges Have riH. ci y aftorrMH.,^ Nov^b,- |anqu#f anj Initiation at bei 1ft, in the Mary Arden Lodge. ~ Representatives of College Week Girls Clubs Attend Meeting in Austin Mary Mu ic for dancinj; wii. be fur- nished by Melvin ( annon's music box. Refreshment* of pressed chicken saiad. potato chip*, pickles, bread and butter sandwiches, open-faced cream rhiw sandwiches. sand tart*, and pof fee will b served Th«' receiving line ail) consist of i «km Ii* ( unrungham. Helen Huston, and their dates the first hour, and Louise Russell, Anne Newberry, and their dates t.he second hour All member* who have not signed up in Miss Kdith I. Clark'* of flee Hrc requested to do no by Ft day afternoon Hnntcw* for the occasion arc Martha Jo Godwin. Cecelia Cun- ningham, Helen Huston, Florence McNeese, Francos Hendrex. Hen- rietta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1938

J Football Edition The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported TeacKerc CoNafe in tfc# United Statat 4f Yaart of Continuous Service Iflt mm—mrnmmm TH1RTKKNTH YKAH NUMBER9 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHKRS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1988 Ira agles To Encounter Lions Saturday tag las Boat By Dacisiva Locals Look Powerful Against Austin College ^'oach Jack Sisco's IMS Kagle* regained lost curly season form uT Sherman Friday afternoon as they uncorked a ripping running [and passing game and swamped [the Austin College Kangaroos be- fore an Armistice Day crowd, 32-2. Helped by the return of three | first string men to the starting ■ line-up, the Kagles came from un- Ider their wraps in the second half Iafter leading l>y one touchdown |ui the halfway mark, to score f twice in the third peri<> I and twice Sagain in the final chapte.. Shoemaker lent the thriller to ■ the game as he received the Aus- Ftin College kick-off at the opening f of the second half on his own ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1938

PAGB TWO THE CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17. li H8 5 Bays, IO Girls Nominated Coll«g« Favorites After Hot Political Campaigning A nominating primary Thursday afternoon that followed two days of unusual interest in campus politics resulted in th ' naming of Halph Daniel. Carrol Ellis, Luke Lutonsky. Doyle Preston, and .hick Holladay as candidates for the two places reserved in the 1930 Yucca for "favorite hoys." Ten tfirls nominated for the t\v ■ places in the book for "favorite girls" an- Josephin* Hlasi« nz, Mildred lti<k-k, Alice Cleveland, Ceci lia Cunningham, Martha Jo Edwards, Martha Jo Godwin, Nancy Harris, Jerry Jackson. Louise Russell, and Lillian Waklron. Nomination* were made by se- cret ballot in the auditorium Thursday afternoon at a called as- sembly. The student body will name the two boy favorite* anj the five trirl favorites from among these nomi- nees in an election called for Mon- day Poll# are to be located at a point on the campus between th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17. IMS GO TO COMMERCE L j Shoemaker SPECIAL Chicken Pried Stake Creme Gravey Vegetable French fries Drink or Dessert 20c "If we have it. it's good to eat and if it's jfood to eat, we have it!" Tke College Cafe (Formerly Evans Cafe) Kill; an Like Cookies? We're making some of the most toothsome ones you've ever had the joy ot tasteing. Come in soon and have some —to top off a grand meal or just as a filler-in ! Crable's Bakery I. T. James COFFEE AND Each day finds a larger num- ber of you students sliping in at our place for a bite to eat. We're glad you like us ! Come in anytime. Glad to have you ! T. C. Eat Shop Mershon Tickets to the Commerce game will be on Sale here untill I I o'clock Saturday. Student Tickets 40c (Bring your activity tickit!) Eagle Pharmacy Phone 281 Mitchell DON'T LOOK NOW hut you're under constant ob- servation of all your friends and acquaintances and one of the first Ihtans they notice is the condicion of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1938

fm • THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17. VXW TW Campus CHgt 107; TnjtraoK* 1142 weekly during the collage year by the of the North Texas State Teachers College, as second-claw matter Dec. 8, 1916, at the e at Deo ton, Texas, under the act of March , 1879 While the editor was away last week lending his mon- or less melodious basso prof undo to the music of the A Cappeila Choir which entertained delegate* to the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, Shorty Heath, officially known as the "College Beauty" since he was elected a favorite last year, took over the traces on the Chat. Shorty proved that he hasn't heen piddling around in publications for the last The Chatterbox By Bob Harris Editorial) Wards By KAY EDWARDS ©wmI Qm Working Now on By KARL BUTTON Girls, have you read your Kinily Post lately? 1 believe that there is something in there that has to do SUBSCRIPTION RATRS, DELIVERED BY MAIL four years for nothing He did an excellent job on with ladies first speaking ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THUB8DAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1988 'ein's Choir Makes First ranee in Assembly Commerce Students In vita North Taxas To Lion Game Argument With Mula ^Praxy't Car Lotas 'Y An automobile driven by Presi- ,lttd in brilliantly hued robe., 9'"• •' MH onnell of the the Teachers College A Cappella ' i'"""1""" -- • Choir, under the direction of Dr. Wilfred C. Bain, made it* firet 11 cachets ( <>1 le^t- came off second k" Kl 'UH' Thursday night in an encounter with a mule on the fciirlnvuy Itetwecn Denton and Sher- pan, I he mule, asleep m the road, t"!".|d i"!' alul w«*s a rich purple, with surplices of , ' Vi" "top- t-RKshell Matin for the women. The vested uppearance on the campux Tuesday morning at an anembly program in the main auditorium of the College. New robes for the choir are of a v, i "i ,an'mul ualloped away, choir sang three number*, Chrijrt- i .ii if H apparently little the innsen's "Praise the Lord" anil %..rse for wear but the automobile "Lullab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1938

: «2E THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 198* feflK Math Club Initiate 111 Naw Members at Informal Dane* Trojans Give Thursday Night Approximately 100 member*, pledges. ears, and guest* attended the program Uy dance given by the Trojans last Thursday night in the recreation hall from 8:30 until 11 o'clock Floyd Graham's orchestra fur- nished the music for dancing. A floor show consisted of a strut tap dance by Jrma Jo Wan- kan; a ballet number by Rudell Loftin; a song. "I Hadn't Any- one Till You" by Queva Jane Nicholson: and a fast tap by Jackie Foster Cookies and punch were served r'uring intermission. Ex-Trojans present were James Delhert Pamell. Denton; Jack Du- mas, Dallas; Frank Yeia. Dallas; and W J. Magee, Dallas. A dinner dance has been ten- tatively scheduled for December 1 in the 3. C. W. .-enior cafeteria. At a meeting raonday night the fall pledge* were presented pledge pins by last spring's pledges. The fraternity nominated Lee Hinton and Milton Goo...

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

f I t 4 ♦ r Happy Thanksgiving The Campus Chat Z730 | 1890—Largest State-Supported Taachars CoMege in tiw United Statas—49 Years of Continuous Service—1931 || THIKTKKNTH YKAH NUMBKR 10 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TFXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1088 TELEPHONE s Yucca Favorites Elected in Campus Poll Ballet Caravan to Appear In Auditorium Wednesday Ed(itorial) Shards . By KAY EDWARDS The Chat in coming nut today in order to warn all students that tomorrow is Thanksgiving Yon know, just in rune someone d'<ean't know about the holidays. All the other papers are running a well preserved list of slightly used items for which to be thankful, but you can be thankful that I'm not offer itijjt a specially compiled self ad- jus! inv string of items to be con- sidered. The well-used assortment of tilings thai we should be thankful for has become an institution in our lives. About as much thought - put into the thankfulness as is put into its first cousin, New Years resolution...

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

nro THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1938 The Campus Chat H«rry rapf s Manual Am 107; Tbjepmomi 1242 WMkljr during the college year by the of the North Texas State Teacher* College. Entered u second-class matter Dec. I, 1916, at the poet oAee at Denton, Texas, under the act of March S, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY One oollage year Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classified advertisements. 2c per word per insertion. Professional Book Of The Week EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR _ SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER COLUMNISTS: Ray Edwards. Harry Black Ray Edwardt Silas Johnson Mary Willard Jay D. Gaulden R. B. Escue Edith McElheney, Dave Threadgill, Silas Johnson, Ellis Martin, Dur- wood Hayes. REPORTERS: Bob Vigus, Jame« McCary, John Thomason, R. B. Fulcher, Ernestine Wommack, Eloisc Parks, Allene Berry, Bill Coleman, Mildred Armstrong, Oneta Ashley, Maxinc Shoemaker...

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

Etex Li CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER tt, 1900 ions Locals Score First But Uniblt To Hold Load Overpower Eagles 7 to Heavy Barryman Batter Siscoman Into Submission By SILAS JOHNSON i yard field iroul midway in i-i period hy lanky Julius in. senior end from McGregor, < ouch Jack Sisco's 1938 a slender point lead at the • ay mark uf their annual Kamc I In Kast Texas Lions in Com- .• Saturday afternoon. i! i lie I.ions came back in the iu minute* of \he third quarter marched fill yards from their II to pay dirt behind the pass- Tully and White and the -uniting of White. /•Rons Hold Kdge *'['! Lions rolled up 19 first Tiwi Lots to Bulldogs Ends T. C. H. S. Grid Season fcndtoiK most successful From THE Bench SportsScripture Sila* Johnson Hy ELLIS MARTIN < ommerce completely disrupted my football status for Saturday. Maybe you've figured out why Hardin-Simmons beat that buneh High School grid team losi to the powerful Texas Military College Hulldogs at Terrell Thur...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1938 •ranch of A. A. U.W. ^ktAIAAV W9VIWV rwWwII ■no wwm of the Amer-« iwrt ititu i \. evption in the Crystal Room of PI•00© byStem Marquis fUll Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. approximately ?£ Phoreffs Install N#w Pledge S) At Regular Meeting Special koMtrrei wore Dr. Anna Powell, itete provident of A. A. \ ne« point svstem for pledge* U. W., and Miss Mary Sweet, cor- wil| jH, installed at the regular responding secretary Phoreff meeting Monday evening OfTlrer* of the Ariel and Shake.*- at 8 o'clock in the home of lean pear* Clubs ard members from the Craig. Dallas, Fort Worth, and Commerce Under this system, each pledge branches of A. A. U. W. were wjj| ^ required to have made, un- among the guests. jcr specific direction, a definite Miaa Annabelle Pritchard, past. num(H.r 0f points before she will A. A U. W. president, poured from [H, for final initiation 4 to 6, and Miss Sweet poured from p^^j^nt Elmo Joy Wilson will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1938

Today Is Last Day to Gat Your Pictura in Yucca The Campus Chat Z73° | 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers Collage in tba United States—4V Years of Continuous Srvica—1931 mmmmm V ■ 1 THIRTKKNTH YKAK NI'MHKK 11 NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1, 193* TELEPHONE IMC Library of Emory Smith Donated to T.C. Museum Ed(itorial) Wards By RAY EDWARDS PLEDGES' LAMENT Paddles tn the right of thcin, 'lazing to th«* left of them, thanksgiving behind them, Christmu? before them On! ()n they ride lilt" the jaws of hell-week (( hiti it ,0 'l'*1 Light Brigade) f TC 1ESDAY accomodating p" BASKETBALL Next to thost sons who check tlie answer.* to the "Scribner's Qui)'." quest ions in the library, the fellows who him*; signs and poster.* around the campus and forget to take them down are the worst pests. Inei- dently, the r -hk club never mu- tors enough energy to pout a bill, but take it for example. What would bt reading, night at for example the outcome if a post...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1938

ta * 4 m«7 IS • * tm r i ftwa and Mi 4 U. W. ► it • t. i Om • kh L Clai ay. Dr. G. L. W. J. r ho* r* in t 1m raaapt ■ daeorat chryaai flower*. gradual baen a 86 year i* M tral Pre her « rht achc attend. School i Ler in Ind am fin e plac. me a he n read in ill haw to live • two fi of it* Mid. er visit Sunda; idia in panel c the r collect of Z Thar* n Lod> io*e wh are Ba Marth Ballmrt rod } ton ) a fli I 4 in • m «< * The Chattftrbo* By Bob Ham* At Sfcsfc® ft* f3*m* *VfeaM* *%*Ka Jtat. k 4>at. ft mm m m* *«* *• an* s"' •k m Maw* w a«M*s -w •-* •www w*« aw.** '■aw;* It aw IVMI ' tNMM' Vim wijh ^ VMM ly^aiiwm , «i| •Mta Vuaama tua'tar ' '(Mhw aw«n a «%«« fta "• raw «*" -*1. H--.~ v . '«• a .- hcckO. . H CrrA a Twiw ' i " Ju, *! i * ■ " ««MM*ftf9 WteW* mmm W*9m awto* m vvsjv iv *£ *, VIPiMMMMft «M "*%aw Amm% taiOMV- .mm ft ft *M taM; K-nwmm W-mmm*. Mtew ftwr ft ■ >M«aMk ft|.«i*an. man* Mamma* aa* taw taaaftmcM, ftwaMMW ^ I"- M, J M«i < f> ■*•?•> % * Wt .%■* !* *- t- ...

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

SB THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER I, 1938 lies to Compete in lar Bowl Classic lad of Five Enter Events rUf Graduating Seniors • third con ci'iilivi- yeai the |pd white of Teachers Col- li lie represented ut the Invitation Truck Mc t of leans' Sujfar Howl Classic ,1 on January 1, traek coach k)>• rt man iinnuunceil today, a squad of five men. Coach tan intends to enter both the In and the pi int medley tins e mile run. featured race •et will find Blaine Hideout showing his wares against f«d boys front Kansas, Ar- Romani of Emporia, Kan- linhcts, and Glenn Cunning Kansas University. In the Hidder field last year. Hluine do no better than fifth in vent, trailing Cunningham, lomani, Lash, and Venske. t r with a year's keen com- lii with track-World greats him, he is expected to give at 1 y improved performance. On Sprint Team ed in tht second event of tr, the sprint medley, will lytic Hideout, thi' other half famed Hideout team. I'M i, freshman from New Hob Hodenk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1. \9S Set CB' A football motif will I* . r ed < u« at the annual All ("olln'« Padgett-Stubbletieid Football Danoe. *f on sored by th« . . Geeetes. to b> hf-id in the ncn Marriage Ceremony ation bu.ldin* Saturday night. w , , . C.allP<J-u Prn'intwr S, from 0 to 12 o'clock. OrdndlTI jflturflay The dance will honor the IMS Mm.* Mary Ruth Padgett. daugh- Kafrin and the two prospective t4.r „f pr ,,n<< Mr* W. O Padgett Geesle member*. Harvwy Bryant of Graham. and Howard L Stub- and I tan Burn*. blcfield. student in the Ctllef* and In the receiving line will be Pr«>s- ^ 0f Mr and Mr* 0 L. Stubhle- ident Julius Johr w>r and date; 0f D«ll**, wore married Sat- Persian vice-president Rea Repas* anil urdav in the home of the bride'* date; Qeeaie sponsor*. Dr and ,.slrnt in Graham Hr*. George (Mam. Dr and Mr*. bride, riven in marriage hy her father, wore a teal blue dress Mauric* Raper New Week Wedsj Cotfil To IWemfcor 1-H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1938

es I 11 r i Wwthir Foricut 'Wind end Rain' The Campus Chat 4, J IWO—Uiy—t SyppTHd TmcKw Cohf* is <fc« (MM SMm—49 Y«n of CowHsmmi S«fyjf ItM THIRTEENTH YKAR NlTMBER 12 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1938 First Player Production Slated ********** ************ Sportscripture Picks 4 Eagles as All-Conferencj SportsScripture Silas Johnson First Team School Ron. Tul ley E. T 9 Killian N. T. 1! Shoemaker N.T. 15 White E. T. B Burns N. T. RE Dudley N. T. KT Neal E. T. u<; Taylor Southwest T. c l>i lorio S 11. i,<; Starke}- E . T. LT llonev E. .T. i.K ♦- School Team S.F. A. McG raw s II Hail N. T—Ricks S.E.A. Roquemoro E. T.—Hodge E. T.—Hudek S.F. A. Hawkins S.F.A.- Lindk-y N. T.- N; T. Freshman Work Chat All-Conference Men [To Be Featured In Fall Avesta S.F. A. Reminiscences from their youth ftil days as recorded by u k >' "i|> of freshman students will be tin- main feature of the IS* 18 fall Avesta, student weekly niatra.nne, whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1938

i IM " ■>4U* THK CAMPUS CHAT. IIKNTON. TRXAH, THURSDAY. DKCKMBKH 8. IMS TW Campus CHat C*J (iffSal f WmJ| ( hiuiiHMa t coihim* «#mn 1# y. u d«A'i iwltovti it, AiW W| TBMB*RAHA IH4N |U#| mlir „ |,.Ilk Ml M«i.|Ula Hull I. HI in III I llotl.e.l Aaakll .luiiug 111* flitluj* ym by lk« "*me '♦•"I* Claua, th* miih ' *#. uI th* North T* aa Aiala IWixi* i.t l*#* *"•' 1,1 *"•«' •>' ,h« h«n HhAMNtl TIIK Hl'HlPTHRKH .* i -ml iwailai l>m. , l t«, .1 Jk« ,UM' l «,, 1 " >* '• k •«> "• ' st„. •mllml and .ItuIom* - «l I tumult lata* illutrl thr ml uf Mtiol> •*' '. H..U I' ..*, In ««iii In w.m pretty AAlt. hut Couldn't |M II lift tfase away W. A. A. Girl* c^Sdikatta *> HAY MOW AHtM Women's Athletic A**oriation 1 of the IVuchiT* Collet*'. ! |hi|i aoie.l by Mia* Kdith Kulte.-k, in* i elude* ihia Innir aenmoii live kt in*i ala'tll lliulv lllinu uirli'* ll mwiiu llaldl) |mw ||r |f| tIt•>«•«! Willi In iii cloaei *iMt> il.ai itixMv ( l|i'vit ..mid tlaiiil m whole y«Mi Vuualiaetl ...

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