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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1938

THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1988 Eagles Smash First Intersectional F Win Easy 26-0 Victory From Sluggish Kansas Team on Local Gridiron Score Early and Often; Keep Visitors Bottled Playing their last game of the 1038 season, the North Texas Kagles rolled up an impressive 28- (i mtirsectional victory over the l.n'lily touted Pittsburg (Kansas) Teachers at the Kugle Stadium Sat- urdae afternoon. listless, possibly because of the liunge from the biting cold of the Kansas plains to the warm Texas afternoon, tin Kansans could nei- ther whip their offense nor defense into shape. Unable to gain on round plays liecause of poor blink- ing, the gorillas soon took to the an. but there fared no better, pass- ing 2fi times with six completions, for a meaner fifteen yards. l ayles Start Karly Start ing early in the first quar- ter, the Kagles bewail their touch- down parade that netted them twenty one points by the half. Af ter taking the bull on the opening kick-off, the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1938

PAGE POUK THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1938 > Four Frab To Cowpltti Thoir Holl Wook Activities by Sunday Morning 37 Pledges Seek Membership in Five Organizations Final initiation of new mfmt*r> wi.h completed last week by the Geetle unci the Alpha Beta fraterni- ties ami Sunday will «* the wm- pletion of final ceremonies - f the Trojans and the Pi Ph: Pi*. The Talons will not cwrpiete their ini- tiation until after the Christmas holiday* Th«M wremonwt climax an in- itiation of pledges ami prospective members beg n (let. 25 A total of JJ7 prospective members were pledg- ed by the five men's fraternities Beta* l ake in Ten Member- Ten men became members of Beta Alpha Rh<> Beta fraternity in initiation rites at dawn Sunday morn in ir ut Lake Dallas. The ceremony followed a barbe- cue and an outing which began on the lakeside at midnight A barbe- cue supper was served to the mem- l er.- and prospective members at 1 a. m The activities of the morn- in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1938

MERRY CHRISTMAS The Campus Chat Z730 jWO—Largatt State-Supported Teachers Cole fa in Hie UwHed Stetei 49 Yeert of Cewtimiem Sendee lf>l THIRTEENTH YEAK NUMBER 13 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1088 New Scout Fret To Give Variety Show Friday Proceeds Will Go ^ To Underprivileged 'Y' Speaker Children of Denton Varsity Parade, a variety pro- gram featuring the Teachers Col- lege bund, numbers by the girls' glee club, a fencing act, a magi- cian's performance, and several skits and songs from campus clubs and fraternities, will he Riven in the main auditorium tomorrow | evening at 7:H0 o'clock. The program is a benefit per- formance for unfortunate chil- dren in Denton, and all the toys, |od, clothing, and money will go l to Denton children, sponsors of ! tiie program said. Admission will be a toy, fruit, canned goods, lor a dime. After the toys, money, .and food are collected at the audi- torium they will be turned over to tht Denton Fire D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1938

mmmm two iuL oAiiil uo Ciirtl, Jii.i tu>t, liiiuiSt THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1!W8 W. A. A. Girls The New Week i-i. cjl bnm rmi Member* of the Women'* Ath- letic Association on the campus are stepping into winter'* full swing of sports, with the various "clubs" within the organisation heading the bill. Twenty girl* in the tumbling club are woring on creative work in their line, to be perfected by February. Achievement in body control, better posture, and co- ordination of the muscle* is re- corded on an achievement chart, and will po*nibly lie further shown by movinir picture? of the tumblers in action, according to Leona Wil- ltmas, director. Probably three out of the twenty will receive "skill award*" at the end of the activity year. Field hockey competition U'gan in earnest last Tuesday, with Blake J one*' Bronchcttes defeating Mary Frances Hill's Dragons, 3-2. In still another of the club di- visions, modern dance, an original routine i being worked out to the music "Saraband"—a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, iti.1 The Campus Chat Hsrrygraphi a Orrica Manual Am 18Tj Turaom 1148 Dame rumor, that long -uwguwl lady with the -—... r;—1 ;—rr— .. —- "*tsptr ag ■ ,I,|M l>w"n rather bmr around the Published weekly during the collage ywr by the «anu>u* thi> pU<t week she ha- thought up « couple students of the Nona TlUi State Teachers College or three tsl. thai has aroused my curiosity enough Knieicd a socond-claas matter Dec. 8, 1916, at the to K„ rumor busting Tin- r- M.lt showed the old sister post "Ifii'i' at Denton, Texas, under the act of March •" •« a* fallacious an usual. J, IH79. In the prexy's office, I made inquiries about h IUfHoj to tin' I'fft'Ct that tuition fMH uroiind fhi* ml. I HSt'Kli'TlON RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL leg* would go up to fifty dollars next semester. Dr. One college year 11.00 McConaell, who knows how Comedy, Drama, Acting Mixed Well in Friday Play Take two cupfuls of and a half eapfala af and four cupfula of good mix thoroughly and you h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1938

xlit- ¥FVJ CH it. i>D iBER 1!. 19 8 BSHBW*" Ptetary Study by MaeNair It Carried in PfUTriTion mews i f\MJ PmmAm* gl—A j i/iy r vnyvr uvvtw To High Office «i Mason High Priest p>. Vera MacNair. formerly on J. W. Pender of the government .he College home economic* stalf department was given the highest Thirty-two piece* of pottery and •«?, no ™ t1h"us,*ff Oof NNuin,throp hono. possible for a Mason Tues- modeling fir«l by student. in C®11***. Rwk South Care day December «. when he was ceramics under the direction of *ntten an article. "A .jectod grandhigh priest of the Rudolph Fuchs lire now on dia- Scientific Study," appearing in Masonic (.ran.l Royal Arch Cbap- play in the lowe. hall of the the December issue of Nutrition ter of Texas at a meeting of that North Texas SlaU- Teachers Col- News. hapter in Dallas. Pender, elec- lege library. The article deals with the oaai- '(>n lo h' ™ M«u"d Thfw Z tk. flrat of «• <"«•* ' «r . R.^VeShT G^d poller). and moth-line to b. fii*d ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TBlAfc 1*0 { Eiglti Lose Rrrt Gamt With Mustangs 39 to 34 From Yarbro, Preston, Cox Star for Locals; Norton Leads S. M. U. Captain Dan Yarbro'a 17 points and the (irfenitivc work of Doyle Prestcn and Jack Cox led the Kairk'ft Monday nijrht hw they out- played the vinitinir Southern Meth- odist University Mustangs, hut were not strong enough to stop I the MuHtuntr rally in the l«*t three minutes which (rave the (Southwest Conference <|uintct it elose 39-34 victory. During the whole of the contest He Eagles matched shot for shot keep up with the Ponies and ven lead them from the second quarter on into the last period irhen the count liecame knotted. At (the end of the first quarter the [Eagles trailed liy three points hut jCarr sank a basket to tie the Mustangs und sank a free toss handed him as he was fouled on the same play to put the Eagles in the lead At halftime the locals held a 22 to 18 advantage Mustangs Open Tricks Norton and Wilkerson of the Musta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1938

u UL..1 J*N, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, IMS lubs Observe Yuletide with Parties Trojans To F«t# Pledges At Dinnor, All-College Girflt' Housos Schodulo Dances, Dinner*, Parties Pilling the social calendar be- fore the Christmas holidays, girls' house* on the catnpui will enter- tain the next few days with dances, dinners, and parties. Singing of Christmar carols will be the mam feature of a Christ- mas party to be held at Henry House December 19. The program will consist of the group singing familiar Christmas songs, a story of the first Christmas by John Davidson and a j>oem by Jane Lovetl. Refreshment* will climax the party. Mrs. B C. Cloud will entertain the girls of the Cloud House and their dates December 21 with a Christmas tree and party at her home. Games will be played throughout the evening. Refresh- ments, carried out in Christmas colors, will be served at 10 in the dinintf romo. At a culled meeting Monday nitfht, the Railey House made plans for a Christinas tree to be given...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1939

Be Cultured, Don't Boo Campus Chat Zl 3° (| 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in Hie United States—49 Yeers of Continuous Service—1939 THJKTKKNTH YEAR Nt'MHRK 14 NORTH TKXA8 STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1989 TELEPHONE IMS Building Grant Listed Proxy First News Event of 1938 Ed(itorial) Wards By KAY EDWARDS Would it be harder to keep from thinking fate did you wrong if you were u turkey who managed to look untasty all through Thanks- giving and Christmas and got run «ivei hy a drunk New Year's drivei or to have to hoar someone say, "I make only one resolution; that is to make no resolutions," every day of the year? Then there was the freshman who wou'dn't he kissed before the clock because "time will tell." SCRAM MH Move on, grnndpap. You're all wet; we'll have to "wring" you out. And when we ring you out, we'll wring your old hand for the last time. You were mighty important a few months ago, but now you're like last night's kisses thai lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1939

ro mm THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THUR8DAY, JANUARY 6. 1989 THe Campus Chat Hwryraph Manual 107; tclkfhonb 1842 Merry Christmas, guys and gai*' Maybe my greet- ing is a litt' belated. but there's not much that can columnists: Ray Edward*, Edith McElhency. Dave Threadgill. Silas Johnson, Ben Bradford. Dur- wood Hayes. Ill N 'ID *UN K t'U .n AUVfcffllftlMW * 1 HatiwIMvirtiitf Sanrica, Ik. C llf /WWbm ktprwnunr 4IO MlJIION A 'l NIW VOMK N V CMtut ■ kltM • IN • <• '••«!«« MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION 1997 Metnbrt 1938 Pfe&ociated CoBe&iiile Press Monday in the Cotton Bowl the St. Mary's Gaels Possibilities of NTSTC The announcement Monday that th< Board of Re- gent* of the University of Texas would like to nee a Latin-American Institute organized at that school is came near to making Dallas and Dallas newspapers interesting in an especial way to this newspaper be- the laughing stock of the nation or at least of Texas cause The Chat for several week...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1939

——— THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1989 N.T.-E.T. To Clash Here Monday Night Blaine Rideout Runs Second To Cunningham in Thriller At New Orleans Sugar Bowl Cunningham's_Time Is Fastest Ever Run in South Sports Scripture By Silas Johnson Coining front behind in the lu>t ' few yard.*, (ilenn < unningliam « f Kansas I Diversity beat out Blaine Hideout by one tenth of a second, to set a new Southern record in the tnih run at thi Sugai Bow! • lassu New Year'* I lav His lime a >ns i minute-, 10.7 .ec'ttci-, 2.1 ^ 1 (mils fistei than tin prcviou Sugai Howl record which he set last year I.ash. who finished forty yards behind Hlaine, in third place, wa , Milling t 'he start, leading for the first lap and a half At this point he was passed by Cunning liain. who led up until the firs' <iuartei of the last lap at which time Hlaine with a burst of power forged into the lead From then on it was nip and tuck Running houldei to shoulder, they came down the at retch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1939

FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 5. 198!) Froih Sponsor *0 CeupU« AkkmmJ Marquis AppetnUJ 'Yellow Jack Alt-Col leg* Friday Ni Dinner-Dance Band Tryoub •I all-college for 1M will ha given under the auspice* of the freshman rli > next Saturday night from 0 until 12 o'clock in Um recreation building Muaic will ba by Floyd Graham and hi> Ace* of Collegeland. In- cluded in the receiving line will be Carroll Ellis, president; Belva McCoy; Earl Colbert, vioc-presi- dent; Dorothy Lee, secretary; John- nie Belle Holley. reporter; Mr* Mary B. Weaaon. and Mr R L. Marquis. aponaor Customary admiaaion of 40 cents for staff* and 50 cent* for couple* will be charred. Requests Come From Foreign Countries For Scoular Book From two foreign countries have ome reo '* for reprint* of an article c .utrition written by Dr. Florence I. Scoular, head of the department of home economic* at the Teacher- College. The Department of Agriculture, Perth, Western Australia and the Univer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1939

J Avnti Contest Ends Monday The Campus Chat THIRTEENTH YEAH NUMBER 16 11+0—Largest State-Supported Toechers C<>if in ♦>>• United Stetes 4f Years of CowWwym Service— If If NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLBGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. 1989 Printing Work Bagins Monday On Yucca, Collage Annual Is One of Few To Be Published In College Shop Printing on thi' 198M Yucca, one < f thi' fi-w college annuals in the country that is printed in the col- lege Print Shop, has announced. Monday and is now well under way, •I l>. Hall, supervisor of the Col- lege Print shop, has announced. This year's edition will contain about .'120 pages, several more than last year's. One hundred pound pa- per is being used this year instead of ninety pound, which will result in about a ten per cent increase in l>ulk Approximately 10,000 pounds of the hitch (frade paper will be used in the makm? of the Yucca. It was obtained from the South- western Paper Company of Dallas, and was shi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1939

1 y THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, WAS, THVBSDAY, JANUARY 12. 1080 Chat MVS With Monday night's defeat at the hands of the Lion*, North Texan may a* well have kissed the bf Dm k°nt" star basketball championship goodbye unless North Taxas Stela Teachwa Cnll^s Mmi' sort of miracle happens. There was little doubt -.Uff matter Dae. I. lilt, at the which team «k> the better that night. Nor is it| Sd(iterial) Wards By RAY _ - - ii . .. , , . . .. ... i . .. Who was it who said that an part oAae at Doatoa, Texaa, uader the aet of Mareh likely that ahe local* wore just off their stride ,j w wjw . >t . I, lift. against E. T They did miss s great many baskets, nohady to * but that seemed to be more because the tight Lion SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL defense had then, harried than because of any tern- year ... $1.00 porary pitching slump. Com me roe in the team any Lone Star champion Advertising rates furniahod on application. Right to doeiiM any advertisement is rssarvsd. Classified ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1939

Vinton Leeds E. T. Lions In Crushing Victory Over Eegles Here Monday Night Sports Scripture Py Situ J+fcuMn Shandsmen Keep Pace First Helf But Fall Behind Sportsmen Plens To Enter Men in ON BUB1BD TRBABUBB The "T" Club came to hat last , week with the appointment of • 1 committee to investigate a place | to display the various and sundry i trophies garnered by the North ! Texas State Teacher* College's athletic and literary teams during the last decade or so. It seems as if the so-called trophy ease in the ad building cannot hold the various collections of supremacy and so the treasures have been delegated elsewhere. When the library build- ing was finished, a great majority Froth T rackmen Look Strong Sportfflun of roaes for their ture in preventing "rough-staff" at the basketball game Monday night. WE'RE AT IT AGAIN The Conference cage race took off like a shot dog Monday night with the Stephen F. Austin Lum- berjacks and the East Texas Lions coming out on the victors column with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1939

THE CAMPINS CHAT. DBNTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 12. 1OT9 Te Trojans Elect Day on Ciwyw w°mOT Mor*Ar-#m Tom Barton Now Proxy clans sponsored Climaxing activities on Guam*-# dion Day, Saturday. January 14. J rrntL the Gammadion. will give the first rTOin aPon,or all-collage ever sponsored by the First AII-CoIUqo organisation in the Recreation t ™ building Saturday night. Of New Year Madie Maggard. Gammadion TK . . vice-president, is in charge of firRt "*|1 allege for 193U inj r*jJ*®n,*n ' the recreation building last Sat- Muaic for the dance will bo fur- Urday night from P until 12 o'clock, i nished by Floyd Graham and his orchestra. .1 Collegeland In the receiving line will be i ^ the following club officers and their dates, Miss Mamie Smith, Miss Lottie Branhears. sponsors; The American woman as a Personality" was discussed by Dr. Florence Scoular before the Junior Mury Ardens Thursday night In the Mary Arden Lodge. Tom Barton, senior from Clyde "European men think American and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1939

ub of Inr 111* lo« Rnali Tuesday Through Thursday lnap 'a 'iff rill;, I'll; V; . re- in ■ <• 11: p.... <TI!' fi r ' mek It II. •sh'; w .! ctive" ' Ida will th. rv W \s t ?rvi- f ub II. C Pi ter th> Veil en Vil th. ■en ent em *nt, tori [>ni- in The Campus Chat Z730 ■ m, 1190—Largest State-Supported Teachers C>hy in Km UM Years «f CowMwiiM Sirvici IfH THIRTEENTH YEAH NUMBER 16 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLBGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. 1989 Noted Theologian Will Locturo in Assemblies Will Also Mata Other Talks, Hold Conferences Dr. Hurry Rimmer, noted theo- logian and scientist, will deliver a return lecture in the main aud- itorium it 7:30 TueHduy evening, January 31, and he will ulso speak at called assemblies on both the following Thursday and Friday mornings concerning thi harmony of science and the Bible, it has been announced. He will speak at the First Baptist Church on Monday evening, Jan- uary 30, on Wednesday evening he will speak in the library a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1939

FAGS TWO I i S #'■ I | t THE CAMPUS CHAT, PBNTON, TEXAS. THUK8DAY, JANUARY 19, 1939 Tha Campus Chat Ovnca Manual Am 107; Turion IMS Although your* truly l* not a fraternity man and doesn't feel indini'd to be one, he does realist' Published week I v duriiur the rnllM-a rear b* the bnporta.t part fraternities play in campus life students of the North Ttui State Teachers Collage al N"rth T"* * Fraternities furnish social life u, Batered as serond-clas. matter Dec. 8. 1016, at th* ,h"" Ilfl fu!ly ft.-* •** nna as any other extra-curricular activity. Lima Pact Welds Americas, But Fascism Still Menaces Ed(Storial) Wards By BAY BDWABD8 The solidarity pact signed at recent Pan American Conference :! The Chatterbox By Durwood Hayes at Denton. Texas, under the act of March ^TiKIS Filfll ternity members to the school as a whole cloMr t"*«'thcr' but the shadow of HM, iriim> mrmn'm u< i n< acmwi us a wnoie , , , . . . . . the Fascist menace still lies heavi- SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON. TBXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 10. 1MB Shandsmen Drop Second Loop Tilt to Bearkats From T# Liivi for r it V a u n * il Sharpshooting Kat Quintet Shaffers Locals' Defense Inability t<i convert free throws and the sharp-shiwting of an en (jii'il (>yt'd Sam Houston quintet tost Coach II. tI■ Shawls' defend- inn Lone Star Conference cham- pions their second loan in hh many loop starts Monday night in Hunts- villc. The I'Ms all hut dropped the local- from th< current running of the conference race a> Coach I'uny Wilson unlea.-hed a quintet of sharp -hooters who couldn't miss from any anjfle to win their sec- ond conference name 18-81. The win uitvi the Hcarkats a clean schedule thus far in the confer* i nee running < 'lift I lot son, Landers, I'uckctt, Ctley, and Floyd liotsoii succeeded it laying down the swift barrage that eluded the h'agh defense and rar up the 17 point margin of victory before the final whistle. The Ku^le- opened 'coring early ri tin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1939

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