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

I r «D*J I ■ l.i Enrollment 2679 '""I i The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported TeecHers CoMofe in tto United Stetos—49 Year* «f CwiHwwys Service— ItJf 2*79 KTKKNTH YKAK Nl'MHKR NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE It. 1989 Z730 TELEPHONE IMS Oil 'p I ake Trinity fto Canal limball Says 1 Project Would Lowar freight Rates; Help I nduitrialization I mliwition of the Trinity river 0 nsequent lowering of freijrht l| for th«- Texas shipper in the the industrialisation of Tex- i ugh the building of home in i«'s that have their feet rooted _ ■ \as soil, Dr Ju«tm F. Kim- s' -hairman of the executive a 'tee on the Trinity Improve- Association, Dallas, indicated 1 innervation lecture Saturday t >' main reason that Texas mer- buy things in the East lies \ !t0 per rent freight differ- > against Texas industries, n n!l said, adding that he be- I that the proposed Trinity ultzation would put in freight (f nt "sea-roast level", the low- I .uhle that can favor ...

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

CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXAS. FRIDAY. JUNK 16. 1MH I Th# Campus Chat weekly during thi> year by the stu- of tk« North Texan StawYeachers College. Bond-class matt«>r December I, 1916, •t Jtk post office at Denton, Texas, un<l«r ihe act oT March 8. 1*7* THROW HIM OIT 8I' BSC?R1 PT1 oN RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL It is not the policy of the Chat to meddle °* cnUflBB V*r ^ ~~ Ji.W m national or even state politic*. It is its Adv.**** t*t* furnWhed oa a',,-.,carton. Right ,o ^ to s,'ck «" tht> H8 much « *> ' derHne any aAverfWmett U resent Hissifted *,Wo- but 1 sho«W l,kt' to depart juat thin per m&trtion. once. It is about something that could be 3Nnfct*iil Arth 107 very inil* rtant to the campus despite the w*' fact that it is of national magnitude In brief, I don't want a third term for Roosevelt. This column docs not think it is right, and it warts to tell all the school teach- Uay Edwards ««r> so maybe they will go hack home and tell MdgeSi Woodrow Pinkerton, Myrtle...

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

THBtMIIU* «ltAJ\lIMr."MN. tWXM, KSUUWK, JUMH rW, I9* RidcoutsVie WitK3«t^ Btit Track Start Saturday •¥ i qoo£$tudent Directory £ £Sfi5* few rr Leave Denton Sunday For Princeton Meet; Wayne Handicapped Wayne ntvl Hluine Kuli-out, furm- i Bench Hy WOODR0W PINKKRTOV !'* / I I 4«J / *1*1 / 191 an miioor truck in M«rch of 1938. Wixxifi-Hon. who tins to hi* credit ' hf fanti^l hit If mile and throe- quarter mile run* in hmlury, in also th< world ri'<.'or<l-holder for ., - ... . . , 'he outdoor mile with a time of North Texas twin track stare, left | oti | Kenton Sunday for what is an finally one of the outstanding sum* met sports classics of the nation, the Princeton Invitation track and field meet This classic which is to w,,|*-'h* '-J ( ■ ill-Id on Saturday, June 17, will tiring together some of the out- tumling individual track perform ers of the country. Wayne Hideout, who lust summer on the Princeton track set n new world record for the three-quarter mile run mnghum to the t...

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

I PAGK BIGHT Hunt, Fritz Have Church Wedding Sat. Ellison Hurnt. graduate of the Collate, and Mian Qladine Fritz ware married at twilight Saturday evening in the First Preabjtenan Church. Ralph Daniel, preaident of the sophomore clast of the College, *u organist, and played a 16- minute prelude composed of "Just a Song at Twilight", "Humor- caque", "To a Wild Row". "Tale* from the Vienna Wood*", "Trsum- erti", Bach-Gounod* "Ave Maria". For the processional, he played Wagner's "Weddinu March", and for the recessional, "Thr Bridal Chorus" from Ixihengrin. and dur- ing the ceremony, Schubert's "Sere nade" Mrs Hurst wore a gown of white embroidered marquisette and her veil of tulle was held to iier head with an orange blossom wreath Miss Mary Alice Fritr sister of the bride was the maid of honor Bridesmaids were Miss Sue Hurst of Grapevine, sister of the bride- groom, and Miss Elizabeth Hare of Fort Worth. Hugh Wright of Grapevine was best man. and groomsmen were Jobe Taylor of San Ange...

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

I I- I Write for The Avesta The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in tKe United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 Write for The Avet+e TH1RTKKNTH YEAR Nl'MHKK .44 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1939 Z730 TELEPHONE IMS Morsley Lauds Forest System Of The State Most Fires Caused By Either Cussedness Or Carelessness Increasing vigilance on the part of the Texas Forest Service a constant painstaking at.ack on the "Public Enemy No 1" of thr for- est has cut the loss from forest (ires to hut one per cent of the urea under organised protection in Texan, W. Ft Horsley of the Texas Forest Service, A. and M. ' 'illeiri , declared in a conservation lecture given Wednesday morning. Long-time records .show that well over '.mi per cent of the fires that occur on timberlanda are caused by "human carelessness or cussed- ness," Horsley declared. Texas, he said, is solving the forest fire danger in three ways, by quick detection and...

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

THE CAMPUS THAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1989 Th® Campus Chat ^(iiorW) War* l#Jlu* T>«f nnuiaa Ctall in g-f-1 CWL!LU ^wll jfw I WW Iri •▼IVM 0fMvl IW1 MTViy BmlWVf hMuktd weakly during the collage year by tiw attt- of the North T«xu State Teacher* College a* second-class matter December t, 1916, By BAT IDW ABM at the poet office at Denton. Texaa, under the act WAY OUT WEST WHERE MEN ARE of March S, 1879. MEN. AND TEN CENT GAS IS EIGHTEEN SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL One cottage year $1.00 Sinee reading of the days when young men rode bravely into the sunset to seek their Advertiaing rate* furnished on application. Right to fortunes, I have wanted to smell the sage decline any advertisement la reeerved. Claaaifled brush and cuss the cactus of Southwestern advert omenta, 2c per word per insertion. Texas. That can be done by journeying a few Office Manual Arta 107 nnles from here, but distance lends enchant- Teiephone 1242 ment—that is, if your car doesn't eat oil. ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 1M9 Wayne Takes Three-Quarter Mile at Princeton Blaine Takes Fourth Place and Arrives Ahead of Englishman Wayne Hideout, North Texas' distance runnel nn<l * brtriekroom • if less than two weeks, successful - ly defended his championship in I lie three-qunrterx mile run «t the I'rinceton invitation track meet Ijsst Saturday. He wm forced to turn on the heat in the final t retch to cover the distance in OL'.K and nip (Jene Venskr, New N • • i k Athletic Cluh veteran, by an i vtremely close margin Mlaim Kuleout, Wayne's twin, • fu-hed fourth in the field of five in the mile which was won by ' )itick Kenske, I'niversity of Wis- . unsin graduate, in the relatively slow time of 4:11. In the "mile of the century," which the HO,000 spectators who gathered into Palmer Stadium m . n primarily interested, Sydney Wooderson of Croat Britain, world mile record holder, raised the cry of foul when he and Blaine Hideout collided some 200 yards from...

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 1989 ^ aiyn DttpL&i «9Vin rmrxy B*gins W.R.A. Social Round Sixteen members of (he Women's Racraation Association, sponsored by Mima Edith Kubeck of th. P. K department, went on an *11- nifht cabin party lust Saturday, m collect' truck Outdoor and indoor games were played by the group All women students in the Col- lage thi* summer, and women member* of the faculty, are in- vited by the W. R A—which is the newly adopted name of the old W, A. A.—tr take part in their activities. which are sched- uled a* follows Volleyball, 7 to 8 p m , Tues- day and Thursday Archery, 6 to 6 p. m, Tues- day and Thursday Tennia, fi to 6 p. m Wednesdaj and Friday. Tumbling 7 to f p m . Wednes- day and Friday Officers of the club are: Mary Loi* Griggs, president; Lee All- mon, vice-president; Jackie Mr- Kenxie, historian; Floy Pace, sec- retary, Eloise Young, volley ball manager; Agnes Cordova, base- ball managrr; Agnes Shipp, tennis president...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 June 1939

Just Two More Weeks The Campus Chat • 890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service— 1939 r THIRTEENTH VKAU Nl'MBER 35 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1989 Z780 Larner Paints Picture Country Needs Of Land Erosion Costs Student Magican Compares Villages ' Deserted by Farmers To Ghost Mining Towns Like ghost mining towns left behind when the lode plays out, abandoned towns which art* hut thi lank skeletons of once rich au (cultural communities lie in the wake of s..iI erosion, I). Larner if the U. S. Soil Conservation Service, lHihlin area, proved in an illustrated lecture on conserva tion Tuesday morning. Slides of typical abandoned "(im- munity in the southeastern part of the state showed forgotten fields, empty stores with goods still on th< shelve*, a little of the land erased, but most of it lying un- used, covered with Johnson grass and weeds, "the property of loan companies and absentee ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 June 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 80. 1939 The Campus Chat Editorial) Wards Published weekly during the college year by the stu- dents of the North Tex** Stale Teachers College. Entered a second cU matter December 8, 1W16. «i the post office at Denton, Texas, under the net of March 3, lt*7P. SUBSCRIPTION KATKS, DELIVERED BY MAIL One ciilleff year .. $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application Bight to declin- any advertisement is reserved Classified advertisement*, 2c per word per insertion. By RAY EDWARDS i ffic« Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Kay Edward* Staff Turner Badgett, Woodrow Pinkerton, Myrtle Neaie, Ben Sweet, Kloise Parks, Ivy Belle Lynn, Edith McElheny, Harry Black. Daisy Merle Greer, Oneta Ashley. Faculty Sponsor* J. D. Hall, Jr., and C. E. Shuford Business Manager Raymond Kearby H T|D <• M AT l<lNtk 0 H" iN0 • * National Advertising Service, Inc. ( tlUf i 420 Madison Avt Nl *o«« N ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 June 1939

Forehand Named Pmidmt Of Coaches Association THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 80,1M9 Cage Foulers Meet Ire Of Rules Makers Attempt* to further speed up Organization Decides * To Convene in Austin For Annual Meetings G. W. "Red" Forehand of Brack- enridge High in San Antonio, wan named president of the Texas High School Basketball Coaches Association at the annual business meeting of the association held at the College here Wednesday t'le nt'w,y stream-lined game of afternoon. Forehand succeeds K. basketball and to eliminate rough (). "I)oc" Hayes, carfe coach at and intentional fouling and foul- Dallas Tech 'r<),n ^ind while a player is The group name,) (>. A. Truce, in theactofshootinKh.V' been coach at North Dallas High School mfJe b* th® N'1'0"*1 Com- a, its viceprestdent, and elected W "st'cUlrNRG four new members to its board for l 39-40, J. W. St. Clair, NBC of directors E. Hanicak, Hender-T w . T"T son; Wilson Gilmore. Galveston; day al. vu^L W T Miller, I l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 June 1939

PAGB rout THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 1939 Marquis and Zimmerly Wad In Elaborate Dallas Ritas %€ & ceiCintj & me Spend Wadding Trip 4 On Atlantic Coast; Jo* Six Weeks in N. Y. Minx Cor nine Zimmerly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Zimmerly of Dallas. became the hride of Robert Lincoln Marquis, Jr. at 8rS0 o'clock Saturday evening at the Oak Cliff Preab yterian Church, The groom in the son of Mrs R L. Marqui* and the late president of the College. I>r. R, L. Marquis. The Rev Thomat F Gallaher performed the ceremony before an altar banked with grecian urns filled with gladioluses, lilies, rain- bow asters and greenery. Ralph Danial, organist and student in the College. Floyd Graham, vio- linist and instructor in music hera, and Mrs M. L Hutcheson, vocalist, gave the wedding music. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white marquisette with a fitted bodice, low square neck-, line trimmed with Chantilly inser- tion and full ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 July 1939

♦ * Just On* More Week The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in fa United Stetes 49 Years of Continuous Service—1919 THIRTEENTH YEAH NTMHEK :16 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1939 Z780 TELEPHONE I1IB Blaine Rideout Wins AAU 1,500 Meters William Tucker To Speak On Wildlife Conservation Talks Next Wednesday;' Silvey, Others Speak Through the Week William J. Tucker, executive secretory of the Game, Fish, and Oyster Commission in Austin, is one of the principal lecturers on the wild life program July 11-IB in the conservation course at the College. Tucker has been instrumental in inaugurating in Texas one of the Ix-st-planned state wildlife pro- grams in the country a program based on scientific findings and pro- cedure which is expected to uid in propagation and protection of state wildlife and is considered the outstanding wildlife secretary of the nation, according to Dean H. B Harris, conservation direc- tor here. Tucker, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 July 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 7. 1939 Th# Campus Chat Ed(itorial) Wards CAAL|JPA D|#1ii A Published weekly during the college year by the «tu- _ dento of the North Texan Sute Teacher* College. KA* K AI,IM" Entered at second-class matter December I, 1910, at the poet office at Denton, Texas, under the act of March 8, 187V. K SAFE AND GENTLE FOURTH. DARN IT SUBSCRIPTION KATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL One collage year 91.00 Yeah, the meek are blessed, for they know that they ar«* going to inherit the earth. I Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to already anticipate the sizeable slice of the decline any advertisement is reserved. Classified advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. thai in coming to me after the office Manual Arts 10? Telephone 1242 umvarse Fourth. A man in Denton during school holidays (Wis as unnecessary as a termite in a brick yard The town is as empty as a freshman's skull. Th«> slack feminine population caused me to break a long...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 July 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1989 Sportsman Predicts Rideout Will G«t Go With Wooderson mSSm Famous Twins Scoro Again 'Mile of Century' May Be Re-Enacted In English Setting ' hoc Sportsman, track coach who returned to Denton Wednes- day afternoon from Lincoln, N« ■ braiika, said that Blaine Rideout'* victory in the 1,600 meter run at the National A. A. U. track and field meet Tuesday at Lincoln would probably mean that Ride- out would get a chance to run against Sydney Wooderson, dimin- utive outdoor mile champion of the world, at White City Stadium in London, Kngland, on August 7. It was Wooderson who cant the .shadow of the word "foul" on Kideout'R performance in the fa mous "mile of the century" at the Princeton Invitation Meet June 17, when the Texan and the little Knglishrnan bumped on the final turn of the featured mile race, and Wooderson came in a disappoint- ing fifth. \\ iMHlerson Inviten hollowing the Princeton meet, Wooderson said that he would like to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 July 1939

page four CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TKXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1939 Pi Phi Pit Organize Alumni Chapter On Campus Wednesday Tho Swoothoarts in 'Swftthtirti' The R* ece ioincj fi me Naw Organization To Be Activa During Summar School Terms Calibrating the tenth anniver- sary of the organisation of the Pi Phi Pi fraternity upon the campus, an Alumni Chapter of the club u officially installed in an orffanitini; session held Wed naaday evening at the home of Chalmers Shoemaker with a nu- *cem. 0f „ buffet supper given Local Ranch Gives Party For Students The J M Hardeman ranch home, one mile south of Justin, was a cleus of 20 member* present Wednesday evening in honor of Officers elected to serve for the fri(.n(ix of the Hardeman family remainder of the summer and wh.. are attending Teachers Col- throughout the chapter's initial this summer. year were Charles Shumaker. i pon arrival, the guests were president; Chalmers Shoemaker, ^reeled on the spacious front lawn vice-president; and Jay P. Gaul- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 July 1939

f* Don't Look Or Listen The Campus Chat On 1890—Largest State-Supported TeacWers CaMefa in tto United Yoors of Continuous Service—1939 THIRTEENTH YEAR N I'M I IKK :i7 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939 Z780 Pr#xy May Campus Cimtraman Gtti Shot of Pouncsy Attend Meet Of Educators Important English, French, and American Educators to Attend A for mal invitation to attend the Congress <>n Education for Democ- racy to be held at Teachers Col- lege of Columbia University Auk ust IB, Itf, 17, ha been received by President W J. Mcfonnell of the College. ^ Theme of the congress will be "How Shall We Educate for Cit- izenship in Democracy?" The dele- gate* selected from the Ntttionnl Committee on Education repre- sent a cross-section of the Amer- ican educational structure from university president to classroom teacher, according to the printed invitation. Meet Delegates Fn seminar sessions these dele- gates will meet the selected repre sentatives o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 July 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14. 19M Th# Campus Chat Ed(itorial) Wards By RAY EDWARDS MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Hay Edwards Staff: Turner Badgett, Wood turn Pinkerton, Myrtle , , _ , ... ,, . , v, , 0 „ . „' . _ . . „ „ . forget aluvHft with tn«> mechanical ag« and Neale, Bon Sweet, Eloiae Park*, Ivy Belle Lynn, , Edith McElheny, Harry Black. Daisy Merle Greer, P"t teacher education on a mass production Oneta Ashley. Faculty Sponsors J. D. Hall, Jr., and C. E. Shuford . . Business Manager Raymond Kearby i"sv'1 C<KS 1H r 11,11 «#**•• 0« NATION41 AD.ft«TI«INa • ▼ MU9MI Nlv9villlR| W* "Itf, INC* itIUf hMtktn Kfrttniai<w 4tO Madison Avs Ni Vows N V CRICUS ' Sot'D* IH •••.€• MMCIK* IMS FRIDAY. JULY 14, 1939 The College has become more than merely u mass of buildings arranged on a pretty campus. It is a mecca for those who art- aspiring for higher goals in teacher train- ing. It has become an important institution in helping keep the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 July 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 14, 1989 Intramural Activities End, Begin At it meeting last Monday night A I' Speck wan elected to t ake charge <>f th<' intramural softball It ague which will get under way next week. Five team have already tilled en tries for competition, and it in hoped that three more teams will enter the race l>y Monday, Speck said. Tentative arrangement* are for two games to be played each Tues- day, Wednesday, and Friday nights. The schedule, as far a* possible, will be placed on the bulletin board at the Harms gymnasium Monday night. Almost all of the intramural activities have been completed for the first six weeks of the summer term. The Parker County boys took the volleyball championship last Friday night. Bill Fenn won the tennis singles title by winning over Hay Johnson in straight sets, 7-f>, <1-1, 6-1 The miniature golf title has not yet been decided. Croquett doubles have been played down to the final match According to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 July 1939

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