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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1939

1 r.*.i Jun UH ut ** Basketball Monday Night The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported TeacKars College in Hie United Stetes—49 Years of Continuous Service—193? At 10 o'clock TilIKTKKNTII VI AK M'MIIKK IT Television Apparatus To Be Mexico Tour Demonstrated in Assembly To Be Revived This Summer NORTH TKXAS STATK TKACHKR8 COLLB<iK, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. KKKRIARY 1931) TELEPHONE 1242 Image Will Be Transmitted Across Stage Tele vision t* | ♦ ft An lift mi I demon-ti nt ion of transmitting anil receiving of tele vision along with a display of the latest and most time! in develop ments in this ciontific fit-Id will be present.! al a special a.- -enibly nf Teacher College M 'tula\ Kelt rt, at lo u in in tli*' main audiUiri urn. Action scene of people will In1 picked up liy thi' ri i l iving set which will lie on tin- opposite side m il thi stage from the transmitting set, anil will l«e sent across the stage and shown on a screen al moNt three feet square This will lie done with Ix.t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3 , am ran- Th Campus Chat M.rryfr«ate To Vlail — H Olfl— Mam ai Arts 107; Tn.rrH0NK 1242 While filuotdl\ getting around u lunch in a crowd- i*i cafe (■# footnote I flow) I nvorhutrd h group Published weekly during the college year by the «f w«ts poking lun at sami of the men who con students of th« North Texas State Teacher* College Entered «v soooad-olaas matter Dec. 8. 1816, at the post office at .tenton, Texan, under the act of March 8. lh'y lB>CR!PTION RATES, DELIVERED MY MAIL One college year — $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to d«cluic any advert UMMcnt in reserved. Classified ad vettisements, lie per word per insertion. Marry Black Hay Edward* l"a' u ti,! • ' >' Silas Johnson ' Mary Willard * ■ E 1)1 TOfi-1N -C111E F ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR Jay D. Gaulden HI SI NESS MANAGER R B. Escue COLUMNISTS: Ray Edwards, Edith llcElheney. Dave Ttireadgill, Silas J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1939

Win Over Jacks Keeps Eagles in Flag Chase ♦ Yarbro Leads Local Quint To Victory Coach H (J. Shands' Kagle cagers opened up with a whirl- wind second quurtpr here Wednes- day night to overwhelm the visitinir Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks 14 ti> 'ts und !:eep in the I,one Star Conference championship running The win trave the Kiiirle their first conference victory and the Lumberjacks their ttr.-t loan in the current ruce. The necu.acy of Captain l>au Yarluo, Ralph Havenhill, and Wood row Counts led the Euifles in their second period rush that broke the 9 all tie that stood at the end of the first period. Counts opened the scoriiifr for that period lis he .<unk u quick crip to tnnke II-It Mattefon's free toss was good to make it 11 ID, but Ralph Havenhill's mid-court -hot rained the Katclc margin two point- and Yarbro's i|uick follow-up made it 16-10. From there on it was the i Eagles with Doyle Smith -ink injf the last shot in the closing minutes of the half to give the Eagle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1939

PAo* rout the campus CHAT. DENTON, texas. friday. february 8, 19s0 Approval of Clubs CommiHaa Newest sorority on the campus la Kappa Theta Pi. recently organ- ised by tan girls who are iu char- ter member* and sponsored by Miaa Mary Tom Osborne of the faculty. The sorority is waiting for final approval by the Campus Club* Committee which is sched- uled to meet this afternoon Nancy Harris, sophomore from Denton, was elec>d president at a meeting January' 14. at Marquis Hall Other officer* elected are Mary Ann Gillespie, Corsicana. vice-pres- ident; Dori Faye Watson. Frisco secretary; Susie Leatherwood. Ita* ca, treasurer; Sadie Fike, Mart, parliamentarian; Helen Wood, Ma- hank, reporter; and Dorothy Fry. Roxton, rush captain The social committee is composed of Martha Jo Godwin, Julia Allen, and Man- Alice Best. Nancy Harris, president, is sec- retary of the Forum Council, sec- retary of the Gammadions, and vice-president of the Junior Mary Arden Club. The club plans to participate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1939

Welcome Leonora Corona 1 The Campus Chat Z730 | r L —H > —— 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 THIRTEENTH YEAR NUMBER IK NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DEJs'TON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. EEHRUARY !>. 1939 TELEPHONE 2 Debate Teams Leave LindemanToBe OpereStec For Separate Tourneys Debate Club Divided Into Two Groups Two teams of T. ('. debaters, formed l>y dividing th«* debate clubs into two parts, will leave today to participate in tourna- ments ut Conway, Arkan-as, an<l \1111<• ni• Christian College at Al>i lene. One it-am, composed .if Gordon t arpenter ami Jack Robbing in thr mim'n senior division, and Faye Cooper and probably Helen Pow- ••II in the womcn'i division will go to the Mid Southern Tournament to be hold in Conway, Arkansas Thr other ((roup will attend the annual debate tourney of the Abi- lene Christian College at Abilene Tentative team membership will include Frestoii Conner and I>u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1939

PAGE TWO TIIK I AMPl'8 CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, PRBKl'AKV i>. The Campus Chat Harryfraphs orrict Manuai. Arts 107; Telethon! 1248 Governor W. U> O'Kinwl, whe has incited th _ wrath of the Texan Legislature by hi* caustic re- Published weekly during the college year by the 'nark* nirain-t professional politician* and hi.- revo- student* of the North Texas State Teacher* College Kitionury idea*- of government, ha* led with hi- Entered as sac nd-class matter Doc. S, ltil6, at the chin again in suggesting that cnpiwil p-.n.shiiicnt office at Iienton, Texas, under the act of March abolished in [• \b.« !h- - verttoi I ; 8, 187P menagainst the death penalty on the theory he - ha* advanced often before, that government should St B8< RIPTlON RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL be run in accord with tr.e Bible. Th. Ten Command Edt B> RAY EDWARDS Ross Kills Peta Nocona; Cynthia is Recaptured ——i — ■ I'- ' iinr One t .dirge year (Lot) Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1939 — Eaglos Take Second Loop Teams Enter Tilt; Boat San Marcos ^ura' ^ag® Stay in Running With Exciting 37 to 26 Win Coach Hhands' Eagles won thou second conferenee contest in IIar- ris* (iym Monday night as they handed 111)' San Marcos Bobcat* their tif h defeat to stay in th< running for the Lone Slat Con- ference cage crown Overcoming the early scoring spurt of the visiting Bobcats the Eairle lei! at the half and increased that lead in the final period to win 37 to 2t>. The win gave the Katies a con- ference record of two wins and two losses with only four more circuit games on the local sehoduh before the cage champion is de- ruled, while the Holwnts have failed to win a (fame in five start • and hold the cellar position in league standing with the Com mercc Lions still holding the top rung intact. San Marcos got off to hii early , tart against the Katies as lien son's accurate me.handed sh'i!., put i lie South went T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1939

PAGE FOUR THK < AMI'l'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THt'KSDAY. EEBHt'AKV !t. 19M> _ ■BOH U ■ a. st On Ad « * It AS SI' SO FK m; ( 8M1 B Ail. Colt Hut son, An i IT K. ful * mi lit some writ* <iifin l*>ne ish ~ entir T« lister? Fasti Duee, i.ivly t h • t of st book, inurd A ! of M visit that 1 C'harl A t lift. I ly on- west She ri r«ga she d uttit u Nazis, over t and the in> die one k doubtj. you cfi Wh« she re ish-An she fle wan "i Alth and en upon J ciple. t super it itself < tion w lather that Ik HO Hon Americ Now ii We i tirely c If all t! tariani* hibst «i the mh really i Para* Far ? ing du has ma> the pit; then t* t tate o gerent chief vear* b Oath C thi ah* ninwnl the Nat marl in* mot* «m policies. PraaK chorus • otity hat wsity for 'PmM Eds and Coeds To Enter Whirl of Rush Week Parties Sunday On* Activity Slated for Each Club Next Week February Rushees Receive Attention As in Fall Term h> m vm W1LLARD Bush week is nearing *ruii . and once mora, beginning Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1939

Welcome, ri _ 0 Visiting Debater* ►d The Campus Chat Welcome, VSiMflui ▼ umn<j i/wNvvfl IWO-Uff* S t*e-Siyyortej Teeckert CelRf in AlUM ' Wi wf vUVVVVWHWI JivTli^^lTIT IIIIKTKKNTH YKAH NtMBKH 19 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1€, 1989 TELEPHONE 1S42 Pi ?e cntly it of- >K of limit |)t 11* 'l- un Mon latum week wting i rade >K th' lul. nber • iolotf} >r and y in I HII' . Nil! Campus Awaits Premiere of Texas Opera 35O Studes Expected To Attend Debate Institute Director Says Attendance j <Wre Sineera end Pfrartir Will Exceed Last Year Buckskin to Rub With Formal Dress Tonight Buckskin aiuj formal evening dress will rub shoulders Thursday night in the main auditorium m •" Teachers College present* its world premiere of Julia Smith'* "Cynthia e+ 49 High Schools Already Signed To Participate Early Monday liefore the dead- line .set at Wednesday, 338 boy anil Kill high school debater.* ami , high school debate coaches hn>l [notified D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1939

pa<;k two thk campus ( hat, denton, tkxas. thursday. prhkuary 1«. 1w9 First Formal Concert of 90-Piece Eagl# Band Slated Sunday Marquis Will Direct Program in Auditorium Undor study JANE JOHNSTON Danc«rs End Rahuarsal on Optra Ballot Students of the College who are rounding out the supporting oast in "Cynthia Parker" have com- Woodwind and Brats Ensembles To Play Featured Numbers The first forma) concert of the year to b< presented by the North Texas Stat*' Teachers < < 1 1M>- !>•«•< i- lutiid will he presented Sun day, Feb. 11«. at I p.m. in the main auditorium of the college, K L. Marquis Ji l>an«l director, hat> an- •OBDCtd. Carlton C-olby's "Headlines, a Modern Rhapsody," which gives a vivid impressionistic reflection of the violent puce of modern life, will lie a program feature. Al- though not graphic or imitative in a discriptive sense, Colby's music reflects m musical idiom a cross ei ti. n of life from the standpoint of n pre-, rooni raaoundmg to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1989 I I ! • Bain Finds Roger Harris Is Real Indian Male Lead Was Born In Oklahoma Redlands Of Which He Sings When I r Wilfred (' Ham, head •I tin- Teacher- College music fac- ulty, .'Iciti'd Roger Harris of Hallux, a irritduati' ntudi'iil in iiiuk.c ni thi College, to ni(( (>),. leading muli' roh- in the opera, "Cynthia Parker," he hail a lot of i|ualifica- i ions in mind, l ut ho didn't know In' wa • getting a real Indian to ik' the part of thi' <'omanche War < "hiff Qua nab Harris had the voice for the dif- li< ult part, thi necessary musical • \pei icnce and background, the big frame and the swarthy good looks demanded of the man who was to ing the part of ijuanah, half- ' I I "ii of IVta Nocona and Cyn thia Ann Parker. lias Indian Strain Hut lie had something else. Ham diM'vered, that made it pecu - r liarly appropriate for hii.. to lill % i "Ii It was a '-train at In liian blood inherited through It's in ther f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1939

FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, ! .« The Campus CK«t Hecryfreph* ■ yUH h. Mrs. My rtle Hardy, one of the director* of the opera "Cynthia Parker" ha* asked me to publish Wttwd * *g tfceeatkg. y«ar by the ,ht; '«" '" ««, ub,1« h" " whw will attend the College i> first world premiere Thursday or Friday night "To the actor on the static. the tin test whisper in the auditoriuin i* an audible as pistol shot. In Boston, Jam' Cowl oncc brought down the curtain a.- a protest against urn knot oi magpie playgoers. OrruB Manual A*TH 107; TKUI-NONK 1242 student* of the North Texas Stat* Teacher* College Entered aa second-class mattei L>ec. 8, 1V16, at the post office at Denton. Texas. under (he act of March , 1870 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BV MAIL One college year $1.00 ^he said she would lease it down until they Jin Advertising rate, furnished on application Right to ,sbid ,Hlh*' lh«< with her own poor decline any advertisement is reserved. Classified l,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1939

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY Ifi, ' Blaine Cracks Fletboard Record at Armory Games PAGE PIYI I I i Wayne Takes Second To Cunningham At Boston A. A. Meet Hlainr and Wayne Rideout cli- maxed their performances in th«> 1939 indoor meets Friday night in New York City as they fin- ished in one-two order to win the Seventh Regiment Armory (tames mile event with the fastest mile ever run oil tint hoards in the state of New York. Saturday night, Wayne kept mi the heels of Kansan (ilenn < unningham to finish second in the Boston Athletic Association's Hunter Mill- as the twins conclud- ed their extended trip through the big en tern invitation meets Blaine finished fifth in the event. Blaine's time of 4:14.7 in New York Friday heat the mark set hy < unningham in the 1937 running of the New York Relay* ami was only a little mnr an the 4:12 mark set hy I'avo .Mirmi in 1925. Wayne irtubbed the lead early in the race, hut brother Hlaine re- ' piaeed him after the se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1939

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DEN TOW, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1M* All-College Saturday Nig hi To Climax Rush Week Activity Culminating rush weak Saturday 20 rushees with a fork supper was also there night, the Inter-Fraternity Council Sunday night at the home of their GEEZI.ES HEAR will sponsor an All-College dance town sponsor, Mrs B B Harm, INACTIVE MEMBERS honoring ail fraternity rushees 415 Normal Avenue Fred Freeman and Shelby Phil- from 8 to • clock >n the mm- Gwrt. wwejrreeted at the door , inmetiw Uee.les, gaye short lion baild.ng b> resident Nancy Harris \ ice- ^ a, sU>, ^ , en All rushees will be Riven ribbons ^sident Mary Ann Gillespie, b th). frat*rnity Tuesday to wear, the Council has an- Miw Mary Tom Oaborne, faculty nj ht Mt th, wmianu (-nf, no""c,,d . , „ , J sponsor, and Mrs Harris honor of #bou| ^ ruah<>ef The receiving line will in. .ude Mr*. Harris and Mils Osborne Other talks were given by Pres the following Officers of the coun- wore corsage. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1939

\ # * Kiwanis Minstrel The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in Hm Unfed States—4t Ymts «f CtwWmiout Service—If )f THIRTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 20 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXA8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1939 TBc Speaker Fears ®*#f' Makes Debut Democracy May Fall by 1941 Startling Assembly Talk Stresses Teacher's Role "I am not sure that democracy will survive in America through the next decade; the real crisis in America will probably come within the next two yearn," was the startling opinion of Dr. E. C. Lin- deman, who addressc1 a large group of student* in an assembly program in the College Auditori- um Tuesday morning. Dr. Lindeman, who is president of the Institute of Propaganda analysis, brought out in straight- forward language the principles on which democracies arc founded and our loss of these principles in the last ten years. In so doing, he tied in the role the teacher plays in upholding the type of govern- ment that chiefly exists in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S8, 1931) TK« Campus Chat Harryfraphs Ovrtca Manual Airra 107; Tkjvbowi IMS Published weekly during the college year by Um students of the North Texas SUU Teschars Collage. Entered as second-class matter Dec. I, 1916, at Um Bringing up the atnry of the origin of the kiss last week reminds nit- that I also have exclusive information on the facts behind the invention of rollor akates. a clever little device that has given a multitude of children many a good time snd many past office at Denton. Texas, under the act of March * bruised P°*,«'nor* I, 1879. According to the legend 1 dug up in a musty old manuscript, roller skatts were invented in those SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED B^ MAIL dim forgotten days called the "dark age*" because One college year $1.00 jh0 ladies of that time had not yet seen the light. Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to '^at country there dwelt a gay young knight dacline any advertiseme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY St. IMft ••I Mtntor Rates Freshmen Strong as Varsity Sports Scripture Du C|l§| jAkuflAfft wf vvvinvvn Slime* May Trounce Upperclessmen in Annual Track Clastic 'Freshman tracksters will have Heir liest chance in recent yeurs defeat vanity men in the an- kiuil Varsity-Freshman tiack and leld met ( F r i d a y afternoon," ,oach Choc Sportsman conclude*! PueHday afternoon after running Kith freshman and varsity squad "through time trials. T Tmmm i- ^ -l ■ wiiw ■••▼WOT To Ciapih in San Francisco Region Cage Race Opens Here Friday great Blame Basketball Texas high compete in teams from four school district! will Harriss Gymnasium The atvual Varsity-Freshman 'in last year's moat and look as If, _ uack and field moat will be un-) they might again, but thsjrll fad °*ch Choc Sportman's folded tomorrow afternoon up on the competition of a strong and jJTr'n Wayne and —mwj. the cinder path as the lowly fresh- determined frosh aquad that will J?"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1939

MOB POUft THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1989 ALL — ei-i-j r. Tutiday Night The third in a aeries of monthly mooting* sponsored by the Girl* Forum for the girl* of the student body will be held next Tuesday night from 7 until 8 o'clock in the main auditorium, Mis* Edith L. (Mark, dean of women, ha# an- nounced. Jerry Jackson, president of ihe Girls' Forum, will preside during a program of skits presented by members of the Forum. Also ncheduled for the evening are an organ selection by Murrell Hopper, group singing under the direction of Hannr.h Hoff. accompanied by Lois Pat ton, dramatic numlnr by Margaret Louise Price, and a pres- entation of all new /iris who have registered for the second semester. Participants in the various skits include Hazel Hagans, Alice Cleve- land, Nancy Harris, Rachel Wil- kins. Cecelia Cunningham, Nina Stone, Marthi' Millican. Lillian Currie, Ernestine Green. Mildred Brock. Mary Willard, Rosalie But- ler, Pauline Smith, Jean Craig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1939

See Graham's American Document' 1 w> The Campus Chat Saa Graham's American 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers CoNaga in Hia United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 § THIRTEENTH YKAK NUMBER 21 to- y.f r I NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 2. 1930 TELEPHONE 1342 Martha Graham To Bring Shakespeare 'American Document' Tickets To Go To Auditorium Friday On Sale Soon 6,000 Mile Ceurte Will Show South'* Beauty « Dance Is New Development In Ballet Style Student* nf the College will huvi thr opportunity to witness a new apl different dance Friday night the Fine Arts Committal pfr--i-in> Martha (iiahani in "Ainer icon Document." f'ur'ain time i1- Prlfi p.m. "AitU'ritmi hwumept" is a dm iim in movement which uses words Spoken on the stage by an actor to intensify the action along with tii< interpretive danc< • Martha SialiHin. composer of tho dance dram.i. ami leading participant of dancc group, plays specific Itamatii role-. except tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 March 1939

PAGE TWO THK ( AMI'l'S CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THUE8DAY. MAK< H 2. 1W Th« Campus Chat Parait of Opinion Or mix Mani<ai. abts 107; Tkuj-hck* 1242 Hv \nmkiuU*<I (<Mr 1'ress I'ubli *hed weekly dm my the college year by the ludrtils I,i thi North Texas Stair Teachers College Entered f m« .,«<i «laa nu tt r Dac tt, HOW, at im- post «(W.. at Henton. le*a*, under i in- jt« i of March , 1*70 MU*K< Rll'TloN RATES, UELIVERED HV MAII. One college year $1 .(Ml Ativi-iUsing late* furnished on appllri.tton. Right to •levlint- any advertisement is reserved. i lassdu-d Hdvciliatiwiiti, 2c | «*r word |h-i insertion. HilTOH IN ( HI El* AMOCIATK EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR I KATl Rl EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ( til.I MNIST.S Ray Ldwui.h Silas Johnson Hun*i' al lluj > Hurry Black Kay Edward* Silas Johnson Mary Willard Edith V. Klln-ny M B. Escue , Kdith McFlhcny, France- Hamlet t KKtHlttTKUh Oncta Axhley, Turner Hadgett, AIIi-ih Berry, l<« >Im rti H v;«i Hut. i beriy, HI I'...

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