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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1939

THE WAMPUS CAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL «. 1M ! I Science Sharpshooters Trounce Chemistry Kids Carrico's Kids Beat Out Gridmen; Final Score 18-13 Si .lacksco wound up spring football training <>f his bush league gridd CM last Friday on Buzzard Field as they -aw hail Pender's Social Science Sharpshooters down < iiach i "arricoV ('henii-t ry Kids lx lo 13 Kvery Buzzard fcfinlm.ni was on hand to watch Knock-cm-out Kay. while he lasted, score t w o Sharpshootei touchdowns before lieing exll'vi'li'il from the contest foi disputing the constitutionality nf what he culled a ik'liherate pre meditated clip with mill lee afore thought lie carried his appeal from Referee Shuford to Umpire Mai nail ami was thrown out of the i!a nit when he said. "That play ain't fair." Lax iH'ammatical rules are prohibited in this umpire'* league, *o Kay- took a sideline sent foi the remain del nf the contest. Ihsgustcd with tin p«H i playing of his team. Coach Carrico threw nil caution to the w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1939

THK WAMPUS CAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1989 On 'Revived' Activity A w« sporting activity will it* appearance <>n the North Tana State Teachers College cam- pun thin week a* the Senioi Our- reat Literature Club announced itx intention of s|>on*oring thf old- time favorite of bundling in and on and near the csr.-.pus Mr . Wary B. Messon expressed her enthusiasm over the revival of the custom and said it would do much to make the students happy The sport will he kept on the col- lege curriculum ax long a* the student* do not tire of the sport A committee wax appointed by the C\ L. C. president in the last meeting. The committee will he helped by Am I. Awful, sponsor of the contemporary organisation. Mildewed Bone*. Mildred Mam- monda. Bevelyn Blushing and Mix (iarrut. They all expressed their deaire to cooperate with anyone who wanted a trial match A special demonstration match will be staged for the enlighten- ment of students who know noth ing of techniques. Trial...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1939

Welcome Visitors The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in t4 e United States—4# Yeers of Continuous Service— If If Welcome Visitors HIKTKKNTH VKAK Nl'MHKK 2fi NORTH TEXAS STATK TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1939 TELEPHONE 1242 Smmii ■iiiBBBiB&B College Celebrates Mother, Father Day; Education Markers President McConnell Freshmen Entertain Parents Next Week; Anniversaries Held Fathers n«l Mother* I fay" for I . achers < 'ollege freshmen will lie held nndei the sponsorship of th«* freshman class of the r'nllt'Kr on Krid > April 21. < wrroll Kill" of Dal lit freshman president. an notinecd this wiM'k i>n that day parents anil other representatives of the fof firs) yeai student* will lie guests II f the College freshtlien on the rumpus. They will attend the Teacher. College Day assembly to )>• held in the auditorium at 11 ;i rn , will vixit certain classes and witness the weaving demon- ■t rat ion- Friday afternoon which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1939

PAGE TWO THK CAMPUS (HAT. DKNTON, TKXAS, THl'KSDAY, APRIL 18, 1989 — —■ The Campus Chat Orrica Manuai. Akth 107; Tklkphonb 1242 Published weekly ilurmv the college year by the aUitienta of the North Text* SUU' Teaehera Colltfv. Entered aa aecond-claa* matter Dec 8, lwl«' , at the post qfttf at Denton. Texan, under the act of March S. 1870. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DE1.IVKRED HV MAIL One college )''M II 00 Advertising rate# 'urnmh-d on application. Right to decline any advertiaement m reserved Claaaified advertisement*, 2c per word per insertion. EDITOR IN CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR BCSINESS MANAGER Harry Black Ray Edward* Silas Johnson Mary Willard Edith McElheny R. H Eai u. COLUMNISTS: Ray Edward*, Edith McElhen> Sila* Johnson, Durwood Hayc*. Frances Hamlett, John Thomaann. REPORTERS Otveta Ashley, Tur.ier Badtrett, Allene Berry, Roberta iiyam. Boh Cherry, Hill Coleman, R B. Fulcher, Daisy Merle (Jreer. Frances Hufflnes, Eloiae Parks, Helen Pow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 19 tt * Eaglo NtHtn Win Ovtr 'Mural Tennis San Marcos, Baylor U. ^n*#r# Third Sports Scripturi By Silas Johnson T S M U Victory Marks Sixth Successive Win; N T A C Also Defeated I ■: I i ' Si .11 « •••in-. ilium I it l> m i11 i took thfii lift It i .vth mil xtvi win.* <>n Mori ,i;111 Thursday *<f this week n« downed the Sail Mui'Cns Hob In i 7 ii nnd won I to l all«:- I n !u\ uf ft MiMiti In Iake 11 in from th«- M uM;uiy- ii ! hi 111 'lll'Jl t: i.i <! mx the •iharnl m \v ii ill. •-mil ln'in Moth i'ii' ^onerailv ii<ini i hat l.h< tu mtntetid with in t In 1'nn.iM iliichi on May -houlil give tho ,*oHt in the mi den ii li shut-out hs 'i' concerned hi tho K axles I most to the fa i may were limit i heir and to • ik iTMtUrhi i lu'oiinti i s. Fred Hum (Latham liefor inki t hi in'xt margin Latin fol once singles i■ x| «««'t •«J lo hi- ii for i hat position I.axon of the Randolph Scott •heir initial set. tin present i*&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1939

US THK C AMPl'S ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1988 wm CollftA# in S^vli Show E. J. Headlee Guest Speaker At Initiation Ayune Mackey Selected from the office of the*" Dean of Women au> the representa- tive from the Teacbars College to thf annual Cotton Style Show P«g- tMiiit and Ball to !«• held at A K M. College. April 21. Mis* Ayune Mackey. junior student in the I'd lege from Den urn, will act a* dueh ess to Beal Hargrove, Cotton King, who will select the queen of thi paptnt The Cotton Style Show. Pageant and Ball in sponsored this yeai by the Agronomy Society at A A: M and in made up of represents lives from colleges all over Texas who are escorted by A. & M. stu- dents l>ormitory KconriKMlttionit and entertainment are provided for the representatives while in College Station. Music for the Wall will be furnished by the Anric- land Orchestra. In keeping with thr purpose ot the pageant, which is to displn;. cotton materials. Mis* Mackey will wear a pink lace n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1939

1 * * Welcome Visitors The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in tKe United States—49 Yeers of Continuous Service—-1939 Welcome Visitors thirteenth yeah number 27 north texas state teachers . < <>ixe<;e. m jton, texas. thursday. april 20. 1989 telephone 1242 140 High School Students Women Out-Talk Men, Teechen College To Comoete in Reoional Moot Freshman Mothti Contests To Be Held Here and At S. C. W. Saturday Approximately 140 contestant*, winner* of four district*. will com- pete in the literary event* of the imnual regional content for Region Number .'i of the 1'niversity In- terscholast ic League to Ik- held Sat unlay, April 22, at the North T 'Xa* State Teacher* College and TSCW All literary event* except one- act play contests will he held 011 the Teachers College campus. These include debate, declamation, ex- temporaneous speech, ready writers (essay), typing and shorthand lircnholt/ I* Director Competing Denton will la- the winners of distr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1939 Tha Campus Chat Harry raph U ut>in tun I ruliiitii Orricat Manuai. Arrs 107; Tkucpiionb 1242 Published weekly during the college year by the students of the North Texan State Teachers CoU«|re. Entered a* second-class matter Dec. 8. 1916, at the poat oL.cc at Denton. Texan, under the act of March a. 187®. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year $1 00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classified advertisements, 2c per word per insertion EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR BUSINESS MAN ACER Harry Black Ray Edwards Sila* Johnson Mary Willard Edith McElheny R. B Escue COLUMNISTS Ray Edwards, Edith McElhcny, Silas Johnson, Dtirwood Hayes, Frame* Hamlett. John Thomasun REPORTERS Oneta Ashley, Turner Badgett, Allene Berry. Roberta B.var*, Bit Cherry, Bill Coleman. R B. Fulcher, Daisy Merle Greer, Frances Huffin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THUR8DAY. AP1IL 80, 1 89 * * Hallm SnlH IWikL lil ® Dill With O. U. Sooner* Mil# Dfliy X t \ Win Hem* Match 6-1; Lose in Norman 4-3 The Kagle net s<|uad hung up ith eventh consecutive win here luxt Friday afternoon as they defeated 'hi I'niversity of Oklahoma Soon «t* ti | in the first of their two match schedule, hut we it given i I t set-back Tuesday afternoon in Norman. Oklahoma in the lat match. The Kagles, because of high winds, were foieed tu play mx of their M'vi'ii matches indoor- at Nor man. as they sustained their first loss of the current season I incW) Heats Hants hd l.inilwy of the Sooner* was the only visitor who was able to solve the play of one of the I.one Stiii i (inference champion- hen us took the No. I -intries tilt from h red Rallies. f>-2, H-(! The outstanding match of the afternoon came when Randolph Scott and Ha in en tripped l.indsey and Walter Meade of the Oklaho ma team in a thrilling, three-set No. I doublet* com hat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1939

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, APRIL 20. 1989 "CtlUw Frock Waelt' Will Btvivt King Cotton Hart It'll be httmte, print, dotted •Winn, *«IW, fteernurker, and muf- lin M-huol and evening di-easc* of pastel and tray color* for T C ririt next wtmk when the College ob*erv« it* annual "Cotton Frock Week " Denton merchant* will cooperate with th«> Girl*' Forum Council in ffivintr a cottor frock style show at an 11 o'clock assembly Friday mominir in the main auditorium with Teacher* College trirls as model*. Jerry Jackson, president of the Forum Council will l>e com mentatoi Following the style show. jrirls of the College will fleet officers of the Forum Council fo< next year Nominal ion* w ill be madt by senior representative* on the Council. Climaxing the cotton conscious week, an informal cotton frock dance will lie given in th« recre- ation building Friday night AH mission will be by activity ticket Cotton Frock* from Denton store* will lie hung in tht Icwer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1939

Welcome Visitors The Camp US Chat 18W~L.r9.rt St.to-SupporHd T..cK.r. CoH*9« in *• United StatM—«f Ytm of Continuous Sorvieo—l*W THIRTEENTH YKAK MUMMER 28 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTuN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 20,1939 ■a* Record AHtndanct Exptcttd Ai Annual High School Day Prisa-Winninf Mian mmmmm Students Will Spend H*K Day Visiting As Guests of College With expet till i<in- that th«- an nual f?i|rh School Hiiy, to In- hel l l*i iilay will exceed last year's. a! tendance of HrtO liy a liuiiibci -uf Hcient to bring thr total to ap Pi iMinatoly KKMi. Mrs l.adv Kate Medders, local cii ■«•<*♦ € |- for thr cam pus, ha1* announced that piling huv« ► been completed foi entertainment t f th«- visitors Spending thr first half of the da. on the campus of T. S C. W., the high school senior- will arrive on the campus at about 1 o'clock Fri- day afternoon. Program \rrnnited Musician- from the Co||egt will give a hand concert on the campus until approximately 1 :'f0 o'clock At ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THUR8DAY. APRIL 28. 1989 TKe Campus CKtt M*ry raph« ilntnul u.. uitl Archers Show BuNt 107; \m during the college jrwr by the •f Mm North Tuu State Teaehera College. matter Dec 8. lOlfl, at the •t Don ten. Tut* under the act of March RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL #1.00 fu:~niahed on application. Right to MtlafcinMkt it reserved Classified Se par word par insertion. . Harry Black Ray Edward* Silas Johnson Mary Willard Edith McElhenv R. B Eacuo •FN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR ■PORTS EDITOR •OCUtTY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER COLUMNISTS: Ray Edward*. Edith McElheny. Sttaa Johnaon, Durwood Hayes. Franca* Hamlett, Join Thomaaon REPORTERS: Oneta Ashley, Turner Badgett. All—> Berry, Roberta Byara. Bob Cherry, Bill Coleman, R. B. Fulcher, Daisy Merle llreer, France* HaAnoa, Eloiae Parka, Helen Powell, John Thoma- aon, Dove Threadgill, Ernestine Womack. Polly Ann Tunnel!. IHTIP 90* MA'IOMAk • . ( Win#* hMttkm Utrrvtsiir t Madison Avi N« vcmik N V aoi M lO ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 28. 1989 Eagle Runners Win 2 Events At Kansas Relays, Set Record From Freshmen Set Unofficial World's Record Two Kaifle relay teams operated mi two front* Saturday afternoon to i-lip xecond* from MtanduiK mod |<>y and inile relay marks and et> •aid nth an official record at th«* Kansas Relays and an unoflicial world's record before roar hen and athletes of Kexion II on Rairie Field Saturday afternoon. Coach ('hoc Sportsman and hi" varsity medley relay team of Blame and Wayne Hideout, Harvey Hry itiit and Doyle Chrisman raced home to a new meet record in the College division of the Kansa. K>- lays in Lawrence with a time of a time 17 seconds faster than the old mark set hy Wichita in 111,11. Doyle Chriamati ran the l lo yard lap Harvey Hi yam the half mile circuit, Wayne Hideout the three quarter mile, and Blaine Hideout ♦ the final mile in I minute . I.'t se<- % I- Wayne handed brother Blain< the ha ton 70 yards ahead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1939

PAGtroUB THE CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, APRIL 28. 1939 Annual May Fata Scheduled in Recreation Park Monday Night Mc Alexander Collaga Girl* la Medal Y cca Favorites Presented Elected New For Frock Show Tomorrow In Oiowt Social Function Trojan Mead Pi Kmppm Delta Formal Dance Will h>llow Out-Door Ceremonies Mary Green, elected May Queen by the senior class April 14, will !*■ crowned Queer, by Knur I>< yl> Pr-ston, president of the senio. class, and m* Yucca favorites will he formally presented at thr an nual Mav to he riv«r> in tin Toll**, recreation park Monday n.fht bejf inning at k o'clock. The May Pete, sponsored an- nually by the Girls' Forum ("nun- Tri-Kappa Club Slates Formal Diriner-Dance Hell Week Begins Monday for Pledges; To End Saturday Eight Denton merchants will** have otton frocks modelad by ♦ tfi. - in the annual Cot- ton Froek Style Show, sponsored l-y th« Girl- Forum Council, to be elver tomorrow ut n o'clock in a treiicral asfembh in th«-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1939

Welcome Visitors The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in United States—49 Yeeri of Continuous Service—1939 IIIKTKKNTII VKAK Nl'MHKK 2! NOKTH TKXAS STATK TEACH KR S COLLWiK. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 4, 1M9 TELEPHONE 1848 * * 12 Schools To Teach Conservation State, National Agencies Will Aid Courses This Summer I' ii national and f i v«> state i . w ill operate in u muni in t-h educational program m con- to (i' conducted by 12 ■tutions of higher edu • : > Tevas June 7-.luly Ifi, liiui it It Harris, (-(innervation yn lireetoi 'it the North Tex- IVarhers College, has iiniiMiinmi The i oiirM' in conservation of •ihiii u! r«--iiurrw to be (fivtn by tlx i- m'HooIh should i each li.OIIP n i'iil.ii K enrolled students ittuJ mi iimmm of 25.U00 to 30,000 visitors will attend mv of thr l« • i in** if «n at the various insti- tution-. according to Dean Harris I oral Specialists Included ! ■ d al airem ie« cooperating in ;i<v th« i nurse this year in- ..<•...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1939

ik mw i uk i ami •i s i har. dknton, ikxa.h, mi k.suav, .viav i. jw.it) * Texas Film CsO-eJikefte Ed itorial Wards Bv Hay Edwdids Hi*mn \|<Mh*rn Mann r* l or Moilnn i 11 i U H weekly during the college year by the ot the North Tmu SUtf Teacher* College, a* aecond-cla** matter Dec 8. ltflC. at the at Den tan, Texa#. under the act of March RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL. 11.00 rat«-n furnished on application Right to any i4*«rtMMn*nt is reserved. Classified advertisement# 'V per word per insertion. Harry Black Hay Edward* Si la.- Johnson Mary Willard Edith McKlheny R. B K*cu« EDITOR IN-CHIEF ASSCXIATF EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR BUSINESS MAN ACER COLUMNISTS Ray Edward*. Edith McKlheny. Silas Johnson, Durwood Hay en. Frame# Hamlet t, John Thomaaon REPORTERS: Oneta Ashisy Turner Badgett, Allenc Berry, Roberta Byar#. Bob Cherry, Bill Coleman, R B Fulcher, Daiay Merit Greer, Frances Hufltnes. Kloiae Parks. Helen Powell, John Thoma- aon, Dave Threadfrill, Ernestine Woma...

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

THfc CAMPUS ( HAT, liKNTON, TKXA8, THUKSJMY, MAY 4, 11N0 —■ h«> in I" Hi in l'V hv y ■ n mt W I (I) * * •fc r Eigl« Tiim Look Expectantly' To Annual Conference Meet San Marcos Rated Locals Strongest Tennis Opponent Five Kagh hiniclww player* and ■vi -<tuud-< will go with • lieu <*<<ach. Mi S hands, to Nacog • loelw Monday to hegln the two • ln\ I.cMir Siai <Vmfeii-nee tennis WeHt. I*'red Harris, liun •'arc, Randolph ..it WiiviM' f'ntk, and .John Ma- nx Mill ti ihi'M'mI ilif Katie* in 11 > KI < ■ coinpotition and Bar tin anil Si'ittt and Park an. Maluise will 11 • \ tin' ifrwn and white in douM** eliniina'ions '('in Lone Stiir ('onference net meet is held <<n the same liani* an n i •-tfiilar tennis tournament with Maeh ingle • player and each i . 'l uiti entering individually i it d *1' the *|nnif« r<hif '>f me in ■ I i ll ' >! Tins set up pits play- i i - i"i.>ni the -.ai-'t' HohiHil against .•art, nthfi 'it several inntanies, Ij'it it i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1939

THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 4. l 39 Ya I* fcUU KmlurAmu I w Pv i vvhi Mvurooy 110 M«mb«n And Emm Gordon Carpenter Will Attend N«m#d President Of Pi Kappa Delta Approximately 110 members ami fUMta of the Trojan fraternity will attend th<- club'* sixth annual formal dinner-danee to be given Saturady night from 7 until 12 o'clock in honor of the ten new member* of the organization. The dinner portion of the pro gram will be held in the crystal room of Marqui* hall from 7 until 8:30 o'clock and the dance at the Denton Country Club from 9 until 12. President Tom Barton will pre- aide an t.oa*tma*ter at the ban- quet In addition to the new meni bera, who wen officially sworn in- to the club Sunday night at the formal initiation ceremony held at the Williams Cafe other spec ial truest* of the evening will 1h Mis* Edith L. Clark dean of wo- men; Mr*. Mary II Wesson, assist ant dean of women; Mr*, Alice Peg ram. Trojan house-mother; Dr and Mr* R L. Conrod. co-spon- •ora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1939

Tour Edition The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teeckert CoMtf in Hw United Stdw 4f Ymv« «f C M<mmn Sirvin I fit fit ^"'?i MR* ■te TIURTKKNTll YKAK NUMHKH 80 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 11, IMS Be Staged Thursday Edwards, Evans, Pyle, Vigus' Story Badgett EUcted to H«ad '• rF~lure Of Avpcfa Collage Publications °f Avesta Collaga to Utilize South, Mexico at Classrooms During Summer Session Grandpa Council Creates New Salaried Post, Associate Editor Kay Edwards, sophomore from Blue Ridtre, and Arthur Kvups, junior from [hinton, wt'rt elected to thf editorship of the Campus Chat and thf Yucca, respectively, at u ii K of the publications council Tuesday night in the busi- ness office. At the same meeting a new sal aried office for the ('hat, that of associate editor, wax created by the council, and Polly Ann Bad- | Kelt was named to till the pout, j I'yle Ke Klwlrd The council voted by acclunui lion that James I'yle, present edi- tor of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1939

PADS TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXA8. THURSDAY. MAY 11.1939 —— L . J . . ' ■ " f I'- -I- r-——— — Attractive Itinerary Arranged for Two Summer Study Tours Group To Study Economic Wight of South TIm economic plight of the South will he observed and studied by Miss Mary Jo Cowling's "Tour of the South" against a background of the region'* romantic, tragic history and it* natural scenic beau- ty, and this objective easily re- veals itself in the sweeping itiner- ary already mapped out for the group. The tour will occur during the first six weeks of the summer session and will be personally con- ducted by Miss ( owling The group will leave Denton on .lunc 8 and return on July 17. Credit Given The tour is sponsored by the College and six semester hour*' credit will be given for the course These credits may he used as free elective*. or for work in certain courses in geography, history, or biology, according to Miss Cowling. Cost of the trip is $150. plus food end incidentals. The $l&am...

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