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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1939

CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TBXAf. TMIMDAY, MAY li, 1M9 ' fl Just e little btMir service end • meel that you can ENJOY \ will be found et The College Caft IALM I I fl| 01 PpAHPiA^Ar Linn, rropriwTor Knp Apiu With the T. C. "MEN Of CONQUEST Moot Them and Your Other Friends at Eagle Pharmacy it it- m ▼▼WVWvv 9 WWvw b^JtAMvAAflyMI IA w jt f ^ - • • ▼▼ wwiwiw 9 PMUIf •it? M "RUN" IN ANYTIME and we'll be Happy to serve you. Our Congratulations ' to the "MEN OF CONQUEST" W. M. Hairston :: Harlan Brown Eagle Barber Shop SUMMERIZE Your car like these men publicized Teachers College (Summerize means "ell-over," 7-point service!) Wilroy's T. C. Service Station SHOES Rebuild with food 4A IIQI asa ILA aua m aaJ AMI niA*ao ^iww^B One Trial WIN Convince You :: POLISHES o«id LACES Eiglt Shoe Shop O. J. Garrett, Prop. ONTEST "Man of Conquest" CONTEST 5 Cash T«xai Theater Thur. Fri. Sat. May 18,19* 20 $5 Cash • MOTHER'S DAY, May 14 • SELECT HER GIFT TODAY May We Suggest That You Send Her A Box of Our King'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1939

nH THE CAMPUS CHAT, D1NT0N, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MiY U, 1989 —————ae^aam^mammmbbbl . m m i .m i n i u i — Th« Campus Chat Harryfreal* 1 W.frL iL. ..L>. >M ~.J iff: IMS W* M th of It tjr in r a M d * r« c c c 1 a c b f c 1 I < < 1 SUMCBimON RATES year With th* idea in mind of helping Miss Cowling and Mr. William* get a full quota of studeuts to go during thr collage year by the 0,1 t'u''r tour,i South and of Mexico this suni- North Tf ft' State Teachers Callage. in*r- w* have made thin issue of the Chat a tour •a —nnnd rltn matui Dec 8 1910, at the e<*ition. E*tr copies will lie sent till over the state at Denton, Teaas, under the act of March to ^ ,ure thH! no I**1*0" wh" might desire to take either tup should have to stay at home because he — __ . had never learned that such an opportunity in avail- DELtVERED BY MAIL able — — #100 Realising that most of our students on the campus tatafurnisheduii application. Bight to wil1 ^ ,a'^ ,w tt,ul *** consequently not in- any adv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 11.1 mm Netters Re-Capture LS.C* Crown at N toy ? that I IIMIiic id I Wh snort I Si "tort LS.C. Track Mnt Stb Stag* For Bitter Eagle-Lion Dual Eaglet Given Slight Edge, But Outcome Doubtful t lit 'Ml ull il) ln lionn, tllC eighth nntuiHl Lone Star Conference track iiihI field meet which gets under 1 IM>WN IN' SAN MARCOS way Friday afternoon m Sun Mar- ,„.xf Friday and Saturday after cos will lie turned into a duin noons there is g"ing to he on< meet between Coach Choc Sports- | wha|,. „f ,, track meet as Lone Sports Scripture By Silas Johnson will both bring cr squads to the cog but tile local Iwiys let themselves out a* mile relay doings, t really t-hay get •ii.; if JlIiK 1 >ns. " Clin It nut, rch ol a superior force in Held events. In the annual Fast Texas-North Texas dual meet held here, the • hk on the performances distance and middle distance run liei to giv< the Fugles theii win |nine margin, hut the placing of Second a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1939

THT CAiiK" CHaT PEXTON. TEIaS. THT*BSDhY MAY 11 1*39 i art II th of hi tjr •) * fi M d * Ti c c C" I c b I e I < I i ) ir {srMi 9 Wvl^ W% College Film MtCuiMwil Siiicti j Guest Sp««br of ■ Annuel Affair 1 W J lir*' - .urje.i will afcer at th* fourteen'h M«(k*n Day banquet to by the Talor. Jf wns;'j a: a Sunday ir. th* cryrta. rv," ~ Marquis ha . fatau ud thair partcti will ■Mt at the Talor. house Sunday ■wiM u >: and will atvenc ■nek mi <iiM at the Firrt Meii- titet Chore)! in a Mr f Own front th* admimrtratiTe will k* Dr. B B Harn. Mr* B. Wmor, Mm* Edith L William G Wc>3* T J E H Fimrr^t, and P MeDo&awi Praaidmt Airs P -p* will pre- ad mirjCut* next year • /f- who were ejected a: a fra- naming Monday n.g+* New are Lyman Gregory. Qua rasident Phil.; Mamre vace-presider. t: Kenry Toieds.. Ohio. M*cre-ary- surer; Robert Eatneriy. Var: theriff, and Joe Fatherly. Alatyne ecrresjK.na.ng Me- xinateiy *0 member*, and guests are expec-.ed , according to Pope Ro«e* used in de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1939

Hear Band Concert Sunday The Campus Chat 1890 Largest State-Supported Teachers CoMege in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 Hear land Concert Sunday THIKTKKNTH YKAK Nt MHKK .'U NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1939 T* tun k i Troii «v j P P ! i fiUty] life VUm« Mr Mid lilt' notrniM ance Group lans Recital or Assembly Originality in Music, | Costumes, and Dances High-Lights Program I ii Id o'clock assembly next mlay morning. several mcm- of modern dance classes and modern dancc club •nill (five b''cital of original compositions )lhc main auditorium, it has been lounccd rforming I« original composi-1 |>s by I.it Marr ('hapman, the up, sponsored liy Miss Donnie literal, will i-mploy angular posi lis that allow any expressive venient rather than the set in- used in the classical liallet. jiipman composed "Resultant g> thm" especially for the recital. II of the (lances will be coa- led Ronald Williams of the art ulty treated th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. BENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 19119 The Campus Chat Macryfcaphs Kiftf and Qumd Crowned Manual mi 1S4S weekly during th* college year by the of the North T u Stat* Ttochers College, as seeond-cla* matter Dec. ft, 1916, at the M st Denton, Texas. under the act of March «. 1«V . heBBCR1PT10N RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL Om collage year $1.00 Advertising rata* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement 11 reserved Classified nta, 8c per word per insertion. Harry Black Ray Edward* Silas Johnson Mary Willard Edith. McElheny R. B Escue EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER COLUMNISTS: Ray Edwards. Editb McElheny. Silas Johnson, Durwood Hayes. Frances Hamlett. John Thomason. REPORTERS: Oneta Ashley, Turner Badgett. Allene Berry, Roberta Byars. Bob Cherry, Bill Coleman. R B. Fulcher, Daisy Merle Greer. Frances HuAnes, Eloiae Parks, Helen Powell, John Thoma- son, Dave Threadgill, Ernestine Wo mack, Polly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1939 Lions Take Overwhelming Victory in Conference Track Moot Minus Wayne Rideout, Locals Run Poor Second Blaine Breaks One Of Three Records Cracked in Tourney Way tic Kideout wa- absent from tli' i tink- of KhkIc trackmen Snt urdti\ in Sun Marcos as ('oach i hoe Sportsman's thinly dads ■ aim1 out second I• • >.t to (h>- strong Ka i Texas t,ions «>f Commerce vvlio too|< horn*' thru I hiril major sports victory with tilt overwhelm <111; win in th<' ciirhth annual run ning the Lone Star Conference Tchi'Ii a ml Field Meet The I.ions have previously won the basket hall ami football crown* Mimiici of the Kaglc co-captain with a ci limped leg muscle, wiped out a possible 15 point addition to tin Kagle M«n<. Wayne ranki'd the heav\ favorite in the hmi yd. run. specialty and in the 440-yard ^'a-li. an event in which he had Keen t;ined with the best confer* i-nee runner- His presence with brother Blaine on the mile relay ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1939

THE CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 18. IMf) • • mL C||H|VB|i T 4 Will Wad Dallas Girl in June; To Liva in Denton The engagement of Misc Corinne Zimmerly, daughter of Mi and Mr*. Claud, Zimmerly of to Robert L. Marquis. Ji of th< Teachers College faculty, whf an- nounced Sunday at a ten given by the bridt-elrrt't Mother and Mr*. ! 4k> Schnable at the home of th« latter in Dallas Marquis is the son of Mr*. K L. Marquis of Denton and the late Dr K L Marqui-«, former presi dent of Teachet s Collifi. Spotlighted miniature* or a liv- ing room table announced the ap- proaching marriage for June 24 Mia* Helen M Smith will attend Mm* Zimmerly as maid of honor and Miss Mamie Sue Love. Cleve- land. Liberty County, and Mrv Clyde L Jones, Childress, will be hridexmaid*. Richard J. Marquis will be his brother'." iiest man and ushers will be Emory C. Smith, Oklahoma City, and William G. Woods, as- sistant dean of men at the Teach- ers College in Denton. The couple will leave afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 May 1939

+ ♦ See You In September The Campus Chat I See You 1890—Largest Stete-Supported Teachers CoNoje in Hm Untied States—49 Yeers of Continuous Service—1939 THIRTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 32 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 26,1989 TELEPHONE IMS Five Original Dances Feature Monday Recital Resultant Rhythms' Is Outstanding Among Dance Olass Numbers Kive original dances, chore- ography for which was done by students working under the direc lion of Miss Donnie Cotteral of the physical education statf, were features of a ital given Monday morning at a Teachers College a* sembly by member* of the modern dance classes and the modem dance club of the College • >ut standing on the program was the dance "Reaultant Rhythms," mimic for which was composed by I .a Marr Chapman, recital accom- panist, In this dance a group of three men on rained platforms were assisted by two groups of girls, one on either side tine group of girls moved in one rhythm, the ••cond group to ano...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 May 1939

THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TKXA8, THURSDAY. MAY 26. 1W9 TK« Campus CK«t Nwrytraplw It «u bhakespear* wtio Arat Mid, "parting i* l#T; Turatm IMS *uch iwaat sorrow," but aftar being an employee of pjju H||p ^ tha Honey Grove Stgnal-Citiaen and editor of the tha Narth Tana SUta Teachers Collate. Campus Chat, I should be enough of a literary figure matter Dae 8 1916 at the to Pl**i«riae hit quotation. So I My. parting is such uadar the act of March ,w«*t •orrow' Parting is sweet in my caw because never again —t.:— ;■■■ at this institution will I look over a paper aftar it RATES, DELIVERED MAIL has gone to prats to find a multitude of glaring —$1.00 error, tv.'re; never again will I have to meet the furnished on application Right to >ndl*Mnt *>'e* of a diMppointad publicity Beaker aay advertisement is raaarvad. Classified who* rticle h,>,, be€n ,e#t out or c«" down Se par word per insertion half its site; never again will I have to worry about how to squeeae Ave pages of type int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 May 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1939 Staff Assembled For Cage Coeches School Sports Scripture Bv Sitae Inhfinn wy vnw vwinwn Roy KiU Turns 'Mural Mirt Into I-Man Affair Lecture*, Panels, Movies Comprise Course of Study Headed by Coach ('lair H<<> of Hit powerful I-one Island I'niv.-r ity Blackbird quintet, one of the finest staff* of basketball experts ever assembled for it cage clinic in this* country will give instruc tions at the necond annual summer coaching school nf the Tex*' High School Basketball Coaches Assoeia tion t<> be held at the North Texas State Teachers College, June 96-30 Bee, who coached the Blackbirds to 149 wins in ISO Karnes during the past six years, will be the head authority for the school whose lafT will include coaches of two conference championship teams, one state high school championship • lull anil four of the leading ba« Kethall authorities in the nation The course of study for the ,-hool will consist of more than n .....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 May 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1989 VIOiV PlWilf rfiYaQfi Program at Ardtfl Tn ing to B* AirpUn* Build«rs Wan ♦© B«com« Aviators II Noaf Yaar'i Offican M Annual Affair . L Ob—mug an annual cuatom. the ArOCH I 1)00116 Junior Mary Ardenn entertained at a —atad taa held in the crystal A , Q If . room of Marquis hall last Tuesday (31*09Kl&St evmtec. The evening* motif, the rote, was carried out in both the deco- rations and the program Menu* and program* were printed in a small pink booklet and favor* for the evening were roee sachet* France* Hinkle, program leader, presented Mary Ann Gillespie, president who introduced the of ftcer for the coming year; Mary Willard, president; Jerry Robin- son, vice-president; Coryce l owe. treasurer; Claudie Turner, secre- tary; Marion Gooch, reporter. Nature Adiam accompanied hy Belva McCoy led the rruop in singing "Moonlight and Roues," "An Old Fashioned Garden," and rA Garland of Old-Fashioned Roaes." Piano selections from "Ro...

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

Welcome Summer Students The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers Colle9e in fHe United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 Welcome Summer ShwIenN THIRTEENTH YEAR Nl '.MISER NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Water Experts Open Conservation Put Out Your Hand Series; 600 Students Will Hear clid L c'l" sil'^n Speakers During First Semester Pritchett, Turner, Twichell Illustrate talks With Slides Nc-\rly 70o persons, including approx imately six hundred stu- dents enrolled fur credit, attended ti e lectures (riven by it panel of three water expert* Wednesday morning Ht the North Texas State ir-iehers College main auditorium a- the college opened its course in conservation of natural resources Picture slides and graphs from the state department at Austin were used in connection with the talks The ground and stream watei resources of Texas are among the state's greatest assets, hut Texas must protect those resources from wantage anil...

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

o THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JlTNE 9, 1989 Park Opens With Varied Recreational Program Schedule Features Swimming, Dancing Skating and Shows Out of the most diversified re* oponaorad by the College on Sun „ _ __ day will be played from 6 unt.i 8 30' * ,0 t0 8«• ' T0 D|«v |n National Tonrnpv K SO O'clock each of th« u day. untl1 9:8®* rwreatio# course 7 to * O riay in INdtlOnai , Limey and from 1:80 until 6 o'clock on M:8°; «■ ■" 6 t0 8 30. ■wimmin* Sunday untl' S*®®, P'fture show 8:30 to Games, such a> volley hall, cro- quet, horae ahoen, and other aporta, Tl ESDA1 S Intramural con will be played each evening ex- " a<l to * '«"■ (fame* (Col- reationaJ program* ever given at cept Saturday from 8:30 until program night i to fc:20, the North Texan State Teacher* * SO o'clock on Monday Wednea- bating ;30 U> 8 :30, golf until Collage will be offered here this day, and Friday and from 7 un recreational cour < 30 to numrner, Theron J. Fouta, dear: of til >• 30 o...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1989 •i Graduating Class Sets Record For The College List Composed of 223 B.S., 44 B.A., 15 M.S. and Five M.A. Degrees Two hundred iMifhty-mx detfrwH were conferred upon tri HduHtini: -fiiiorH iind candidate* for v ■ miiHii'rV degree u; colorful cere monies in the main auditorium <<t the College Monday ; >orninir, Ma> 2W. The forty-ninth annual com inencement at ihi' t'ollege was participated in by the largeat loiiK-term K>oduatini; elans in the hiatory of the College, Thin year'* degree lint wan compoaed of 22-'i bachelor of science, 44 bachelor of art*, fifteen maatei of science, and five maxter of art* dagreon. The 1June irriuluat ini; chiss wan lift larger than the 103H elans of 2fil. which wan a record at that time for the long aeaaion. "Before the clan* of lien nn adventure In-set with more dif ficultie# and more complexities than have ever confronted a triad uating clans before," Dr. W .1 McConnell, president of t...

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

PAGE FOUR THK ( AMPU8 CHAT. DKNTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 10.19 Th# Campus Chat Editorial) Wards Published weekly during the col lope year by the stu- dent* of the North Texas State Teacher* College Kntered a> second -cla-e matter December 8, 1W16, By RAY EDWARDS Co-t/<kkeHi Honor Student H F.DITH McKI.HKNY at the post office at Denton, Texas, under the act BATTBft IP! of March 3, I87t . As in th«> national pastime, the old Chat OS UVISO IS THRKKS don't *nn to live loaf. we suggest Ye# we know, our cave-men that yon sneak out of bed without ... ancestor* lived in tree* sometimes, thei com St'BS< KIPTION RATES, DKI.I YKKKD BY MAIL regulars pass out of the lineup ami the l)Ut thc modern generation, *s pletely and at your own leisure One college year $1.00 rookies step up tn the plate. They step up pecially those collegia! ically in- and 'hen call them to get up.— to bat with a wild timrlinir in*ide tht-m und dined, often live in threat. Since Well you will have lived like...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1939

1 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE , 1989 We Invite You To Enter This Laugh -o-Gram Con tost ( 3 CASH PRIZES ) First Priie $4.00 Second Price ... $2.50 Third Prize $1.00 | WELCOME STUDENTS La Mode Make La Mode headquarters for your cotton frocks. Cottons for class time, play time, and night time—Complete ronge of sizes and prices. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Millinery, Shoes, Hosiery South Side Square Telephone 98 Denton, Texas w E L C O M E tW. How Ym Win Title your entry "Laugh-o-Gram." Take any one word from each advertisement on this page and combine the words into a humorous sentence. Use eny kind of paper you wish and write your entry any way you wish. Sumbit your entry to the Campus Chat or to the Teachers College Print Shop not leter than 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 13. Entries will be judged for humor. W E L C O M E First Priie $4.00 Second Price $2.13 Third Prise $1.00 Welcome to Denton Welcome to Denton, T ■welcome- All Makes Typewriters Sold, Rented, and Repaired Office a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1939

PAGE 81X THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TKXAK FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1M9 Forum S«ri«s New Ftitura Summer Session; Nationwide Move Popularizes Discussion A aeries of aeven forums deal- in* with subjects of current In- terest will be sponsored by th« Oclkw*, l«eginning Thursday. June 8, according to H B Masters get: era) manage: for the forum# The discussion* will be held at tin li I rar.v auditorium at 4:H.S on Tues days and Thursdays The collate is acting in co-opera tion with other stati institution* and the State Department of Ed ucation in thi>« movement to in- crease adult forum discussun, which i« being directed by th« fed i ral government. Texa> is* ont f fifteen state* which are taking part, under the advisor-ship of John W. Studebaker. Federal Commissioner of Education and National Director of th« Federal Forums. The forums serve tw purr>'-i Masters stated, the demons!nation in technique of managing and if- ere ting forums, and enrichment of the social and cultural knowbdgi of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1939

THK ( AM PUS CHAT, DKNTON. TKXAS. FRIDAY, JUNF 9, 1939 PAOI I Speak H«r« Summer A Capped* Choir Has "Up to Par" Standing Summer Organization Talks Urge Water Supply Choir of th« '3fl-'39 Term T Under Way as Bain Completes Year Here Prospect* were bright thin wnk that the summer's Teachers Col- lege A Cappella Choir would be up t< the standard set by prwi mif choirs here, according to Dr VN ilfred ( Bain, bead of the mu- sic department and director of the group. The high reputation of the choir established hy their mnnv con Protection The ground and stream water resources of Texas are among the • 11«t■ • greatest assets, but Texas' must protect those resources from wastage and pollution or she will cert, during the past yea, v,|llI(bU. ifuiuKtrial develop- a* 1 " 11 « rd number m,.nt opportunities, a paru'l of of graduate nu.s.e student to the thm. waU,r ,.xpvrt(, in " " iny talks given Wednesday morning these tudents cam, „.,it n UH th), r^,|eR<. op(,n. " ' in^' <•<! it*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1939

FAUf (Ft Si M THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON', TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1989 A l inr tdwt Collet 8, Beet end n diacua brnry days i Th# tion \ and t) ucatio CTMK( which oral g fifteen part, John Comm Natio) Foru* The Mast* in tec eratin the m of th "T, activl ticula cratlc iea. i incrw probb nece opera we m adeqt The inaug that techn puhli Sp. tativi facul tinffu who Trail June of tt vewi the 1 Th -last June canb of t and 18, " Ray, auth suhjt June lie I racy, of et day. tion, ecom -Court e*y Saroiid- Svrvirr Coatlnuou«l> DENTON BUS LINE 5c TOKENS 24 for *1.00 FARE 5c \U. M\h :s Repaired—Rented —SoW Fa*,\ Term* K<n*l kcprriifntnlivr North Texas Typewriter Co. •M > Sm<M>l-('urtih Hidtc Phone 734 ~f>i Siififilir t t'lffri S^nunimH /V,„ ^J^tuHmark (("rimy (mK ® 1 n. enc<'f \ i Siijt/'U (j< thi i tuXnt Cat Sho* Ctt( In Half! Yes, you can do just that by letting us keep your shoes in good rspair. Start now making your shoes look better longer and save the cost of new ones....

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