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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1927

VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, SATl Ul'AV, .JI NK 11 NUMBER 2,700 STUDENTS ENROLLED I 1 l * § COLLEGE HIGH GRADUATES FIRST SUMMER 76 IN CLOSING EXERCISE ™ RECORDS — HERE SMASHED DEAN DELIVERS 2,000 STUDENTS CLASS ADDRESS ATTEND ANNUAL j IN AUDITORIUM COLLEGE MIX-UP DEMONSTR ATION SCHOOL 8TU- j DIM'S NOT INCLl'DED IN ( 01 LECE FIGl'RES —PREDICT EN- I I Id-: SI MM IK I N KOI. I MINI JIM ASHBl KN IS VALEDICTOR- IAN \ND WINS HK;H HONORS FOR YEAR'S WORK—CLARENCE NEW SON IS SALl'TATORIAN* Seventy-six students of the Teach- ers College High Schaot received diplo" mas in the commencement exercise, in the auditorium Thursday evening, May 26, when several hundred per- sons attended. Dean W. J. McConnell delivered the address to the graduates, who were seated on the stage with direc- tor L. A. Sharp, principal A. S. Kieth, Mr. G. A. Odam, Mr. C. M. Mizell and Mr. J. C. Mathews. First honors for the year's work were awarded to Jim Gober Ashburn who was valedictoria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1927

rtn Exchanges ALONG THE HA Y IIF. H E VI VII lliitjC ti>« bet- he in 'j * rr >ut w <*r to ' / rt* he i ' to up. ill To be able the scire it be able to is winning ain a serene is the Anal flu Ml MM) tend wit iH of ha rind will rn ye ha All ffuir. the routine, with their attend - iihiM Mid shadows, be- the past. The future i opportunities and prob- i-kon. Just what the har- It be is on the "knees of The Fine Lo#. uiixation that yotir eolleffe | ^ It's ting now-a-day* to where most as much politics in U as there is in education. >nly to quick. It >-hB. an k that are i are gone fo nd memories ir th dear to >ver only During re happy thought and himself. He is too young to hi been affected by the serious pr lems of life in any devastating mi ner. His world is a land resplendi with sport and good fellowship. But with the arrival of the av age summer students the note book J ___ business goes on an immeadiate boom, j If Lindbergh had been a student of The professors are pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1927

t « 9 * INTRAMURAL PLANNED MAY INAUGURATE CONTESTS WITH OTHER COLLEGES ATHLETICS FOR SUMMER THE ROOKIE B> I). V. Rasketball Proves Strenuous Exercise For Summer Sport Siciturning Fiz Ed Course /'roves Popular With ill i-m mi u i in < \ noN coi its s FOR TU \IMN(i Ol LKAllKHS Th.- i'in i nor as Hsium rutrhe* ixl out ' cried the Advance t proving a " 1 participants, i iffn making lb. ran jon AIk i n if • k" III VOLI.I ,i KALI.. TENS'IS. SWIM- min<; ani> <'oi:vn \nd class (. AMKS TO Fi:ATI RE SI'ORT CARD FOR SHORT TERM The ColU jft* athletic heads have plaitned an extensive athletic program for the .summer, which includes class, county, and individual contests in a number of sports. While most acti- vities of this nature will be intra- mural, there is a possibility of a lim- ited number of intercollegiate con- tests in volleyball, tennis, and swim- ming. NegoUtions looking forward to this are being carried on, and more definite information will be available later. The mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1927

S( )CIET\ V CIA US I'I'PIIS TO (.HI MM f * N| PKtx.K \M M MH1 \f 1 > KN«H N V \ (■■ u AND Y. W. C. A. MI vi itJ.HSM 11* DRIVE DK.A.N DELIVERS CLASS ADDRESS IN \l DITOKK >1 Suinnu i / wulty Wcmbi rs 141 (C ie J) A linn AI Mr. Cor E. L. Am J. N. Ar "Ij H« of nif Ml i Y M of <i nd Y. U Bar Lot : Pi. . M IIHt I'll,HI. TIM* MS began in 1916 wl ncri Miit drl*|ttt mention. Sine* th have twen tlo s; to past: final Iradi W has l>e«-n to the as- h state and <>t ddc|at«i to th« a tata con- t time delegates ant to all tha atata conven- the Kataa Park National a: nd*n Air rtnaoy 11 Jo* L Li to the Dai Frit*. V. Secret. J ark Frost. Mau- Fabla, At Church, Ni*ht- f-nc Tucker; Sunday, Sona- jolyn Woodfowl; Musette. Harmonious Blacksmith," Willie Mae Smith; 'Neath M (a dance I, Crescendo, tcornh; Theme ''Invitation it," Sonatina, France* Mae He, A U CHinoia, Italian njf, Fulalie Smoot; Patri- otic Song, Elfin Dunce, Ate'* Death, Tha Mill, Eatelle McLendon; Arietta, Minuet, Cradle H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 June 1927

i h { VOLUME XI L\A: ACHEKS COLLEGE, I>ENT()N, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 1987 NUMBER 84 COLLEGEGETS SATURDAYS OFF UNTIL END OF TERM . .(.A.STARTS DRIVE MONDAY 1 OR MEMBERS >h st attend 6 days twice in PIANO KING TO (ilVE CONCERTS dance college staees here saturday to discuss all . parts oe work VISUAL AIDS EXHIBIT TO BE HERE ALL NEXT WEEK final session eli!i' saturday WILL JOIN V. W. r. A. TO GIVE PARTY FOR RECRUITS AT CON- CH SIOX OF CAMPAIGN WED- NESDAY NIGHT SCHOOL WILL DISMISS At'Cil ST 20 SO TEACHERS CAN MEET INSTITI'TE Ok GET HOME FOR OPENING Ol SCHOOLS Only five days in the week will be utilized in class room recitations, and Saturdays are holidays for the rest of the first term beginning this week, it was officially stated at convocation Tuesday. Dean McConnell further declared Wednesday that the College would have to attend classes on Satur- day twice during the second term this summer, so as to meet the minimum number of hours prescribed for each course in the catalogu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 June 1927

rtn —- Exchanges 1 LONG THE WA) .11: h«th«r the ir cuMtaiit uth it love's Us Wl ku fa at At ' tk* i told rid! Id err tkli n Rui at the i a ted If half tl id of th tudents , theii campus of thi* w iwffy that t tarm eovld be would pr* theme*. pare BUG DUST BY Duncan nts fP" ouraelf in trouble in i y, and the virtue of ti that surround you will i than the Md. It is d. It is d a lot of joyed. We way. We ay it. The saddest time in a man's life is not when the public finds out that h« is not a hero; it in when a man find* this out himself. The way some people brag about | the hard work they do, you'd think ' the Lord wasn't much help to them m fixing up the world. ?ATH ERR DAi as an old character in our j that used to dryly ob- j there are getting to be so -ial day* on the calendar I mder the banks ever stay j more As a matter of fact j art on oar annual calendar j k> many red letter oeea- j if we were to attempt to ie of them out, we should i res into hot water, because j aordinrsry w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 June 1927

• I « «# * « I • 1 MYRACLE BEATS DAVIDSON TO WIN CONFERENCE TITLE T. I. A. A. CHAMP INTRA - MURAL WINS TWO SKTS SIMMER GAMES OF FRIDAY GO CHANGES MADE Ull|[ HUM) ippli THE ROOKIE Bj I>. V. N POSSIBILITY OF INTKR-COLLEG-1 CLASS VOLLEYBALL AND COUN- J TV BASKETBALL MEETS TO 'x" OCCUR DI KING FIRST TKRM—L,' I ATE GAMES THIS SIMMER SAYS L. R. WOODSON—TKN.MS ( LI B MKETS MONDAY OTHERS IN NEXT TERM which My rue It* ■trfftnt Duvid, the T I. A. A. championship c nothing to the athletic proweai T. S. T. C. Both conte«tMnU were Denton student*, ami in cane other won the honors of rtrat and second places went to this college. Neither *i displayed the tire shown in the ciation meet in the spring, but may be accounted for in part by PROGRESS M \DE IN ATHLETICS COACH POUTS REPORTS EVEKY THING RUNNING SMOOTHLY FOB SI MMER TERM < \MI'l S i OMMENTS lakes one's heart glow when one a visiimg faculty nit-mhor com- hi 11u.* luit* spirit tnut porvadt^H nduct of student* on the camp- irt ictilarly n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 June 1927

SOCIETY Afe* CLI l« - III I I.I I S'l I IlKNT WKIJ IHHi M CA.MPI S VISITOR urns coixkgk Departmental ( rumhs "Tin King of the Ivories <,IHI, 8WIMMKRH ORHANIZh IKM I'HIN * M " I'l.K VI lif'i kd, iiriice Halt ..f th* l«ct eminent chi • h<-ir norm in ISdfe wood whc | irrt-w i empkiwd. Ivtiijfrp* id the nan of HVL J. A* fkttiyrt'W of K< Mm. Pettiffrww in the flaui | Hhwriff ami Mr*. W. 8. Fry hiirh h|A. Mr. and iffht«r of f Denton 1, > for tbt> club are: Preai- latchttr. and SwrpUry-Trtwur* P. *|HWI*W> i leave,.. t<xiay for f'hit: hi* doctor'* <)«•(?"* . HA IT IMT 8 FKTK with ncwtc of th* HTrUKNTH WA AT AN rri AKT MirplTAL* SKK SATURDAY HELD Thfr Baptist i-burch entertain Undent# of I he i oliitjfc and (' a#t Friday with a pknfc. C i mm- HKNbKNMM < Ol MTV HTIOFNTH FORM ri.l'B THI KNUAY j . „tmmm, rk on j M••!)'(«• rnoil County «tudent< mat j Thuraday anil perftx ted an orgmn- ; i action for tlx- *urnmer. Officer* ware I <t lectori a* follow*: President, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 June 1927

m VOLUME XI CAMPU NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHKRS COUJEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, IUS67 AT*w MM APPROPRIATION BILL SIGNED I — — www **• Inter-Collegiate Tennis Games Scheduled for Summer * # CROWDS VIEW VISUAL AIDS EXHIBIT V SUPPLY DISPLAY IN HARRISS GYM DRAWS INTEREST EXHIBITORS ARRANGE BOOTHS SHOWING WARB8 IN EXHIBI- TION UNDRE DIRECTION OF H. J. P. VITZ SHORT STORIES TO GIVE FREE EAGLES TO PLAY WANTED SAYS TALKS ON SEX EAST TEXAS IN A VESTA EDITOR _.— SUMMER TENNIS "DESERT DRUMS" SATURDAY SHOW Much interest has been shown in the commercial exhibits of school sup- A vesta, college literary magazine, for ALL COPY MUST BE TURNED IN BY JULY 10—PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN FOB BEST 811OBT STORY. ESSAY AND POEM About fifteen pages of copy for the SERIES OF LECTURES OFFERED FOR TEACHERS IN HIGH SCHOOL JUNE 29 plies and teacher's aids, which is be- ing displayed by various companies at Harriss Gymnasium this week. This exhibit is under the direction of Hugo J. P. Vitz, head of the indus- tri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 June 1927

At n duct rt THE CAMPUS CHAT f>rt*3ft * r a * uft# f x^i«r:mon *jj• f* r*- J s# that th * al«d*nta ♦•♦♦p t< • ft tr «t •• ?<> fli 4 #• '. r«4 ' f ft 5 ' H ' T'Wr to . ftk • rarly ciataw* Tfc« Prmirit W« think thit Ui« tuthor of that ttl* ditty* "It'a uka to gat up in tli** i'iff.miC, but it'i nicmr to lie in tha *dJ* tf. • t'i htv« a brass medai, for m mi, i '?.h* He mua? hav« btHin a (r«' \U)\a ////•; h i) Aftft Y. W. iJEI.Wi ATKS It| 11 BM FROM LAMP j1 wc NtUHtK T fc . i '■ ' " pnr- Anno* iatii I.ICUI at n«M ii.'l TF MFiyfyf-R v- iir nui-t out ■ immU f the stud*] b at night*. I). Teiaa is it akfa*t If it h n(, Tttxii (itt j ijfht at parties | fo to b*d early ; by breakfafat ■ enough that iti of Princeton The rule* and All t In w Thin Let t ill tr •kin ell a eh eh nt school are not na f Texas inatitutioi sepy every tnornir v.. all : our n< tunas, | ra ft a is h I al, other 1 vis finish it in claaa. • if that And nday hei to ing an [lijojif ion will he. • meaning of w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 June 1927

J r BASKETBALL TOURNEY ACTION NEXT WEEK •i I U COUNTY TEAMS PLAY IN THE ROOKIE RAIN RETARDS TOURNEY PLAY VOI.I.El HALL PLAY HITWKEN ALL CUWI 1<0 RAIT SAYS DIKE!TOU Swimming Teacher Relates [musing Stories of Pool 500 ENROLL IN Hook Men Pleased With Campus and College Students S\\ IM ( 01 RSKS Inter-Class Sivim to be Conducted at ( allege Pool Soon C.I MLS IIAVK l IM IN BEUINNKKi t I. \ssi s \M) r\KE ADVANCED CQl'RSE OF ROUND ROBIN.. ORDER OF SCHEDULE DETER- MINE!) AT MEETING OF CAP- TAINS IN GYMNASIUM TI ES- DAY Play will begin in the county! basketball tournament Monday or; Tuesday, according to a statement, given out Tuesday by I. B. Griffith,1 in charge of the schedule. The tournament will be in the form of a round robin, with each team playing every other team about two games. The order of the schedule! By l>. V. W< Mai the t" <la\ Itei ■ dy, but on second thought it i best to leave that to thoge mldn't do anything else. But, ly, although getting "eddicated" main job...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 June 1927

SOCIETY CLUBS i . J! - - J. l ~ Pergonals HF.M)KRSON < Ot NTY CLl B H AS SI SKISK BRK \M VST WII.I.IS WILIER I I Vl S il'NlOK < H tPKI. PRfMiH VM Tl E.HIIAY +- I Departmental Crumb* *S! PI'LY DISPLAY B. Y. P Meet I.N HARK IS®. r.\ u i Ml DRAWS INTKRKST my Miu Br-. Mtti Was K V 1*1'A DKLT.V PI HLBCTI NEW MEMBERS L A! a C be pM|- eh will \t- J. D. Ti i, Lot*! in Jresnircod Ell mief, Jennie ion, Mra. Vida Mr*. Ql(t C. 1 I. K Park, Be I, Ruth Priddj i, Mra. Stella •u. Lalitha T ts, Alma V~g la Wood.. I ilallie Wright. | FORMER STUDENT MARRIES IN DALLAS FRIDAY Miaa Adeiene Long of Dm ton at •via A. Thomas of Dallas we irried in Dallas las* Friday. TI rrmnny wan performed by L .orge W. Truett, pastor of the Fir iptist Church of Dallas The couple will make their hoti Dallas, where Mr. Thomas la co eted with the Southwestern Beil lephone Company. Mra. Thomas la former stddent of the College, ha I received her B A. decree here la. mmer. D. M Ruby at har tit Ai Mil >ii hn rday « fol ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 July 1927

CHAT VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY I. 19S7 NUMBER a« REGENTS HOLD ANNUAL MEETING COLLEGE TO GRANT 126 DEGREES THIS SUMMER J \CKIK COOGA.N HERE SATURDAY I.AST EXERCISE WILL BE HELD HERE AUGUST 17 SUCCESS POINTS EMPHASIZED IN ASSEMBLY TALK PICTURE WILL BE SHOWN SPITE OP WEEK-END HOLIDAYS IN SEVENTY-EMiliT TAKE B. S. DE- GREES AS FORTY-EIGHT RE- CE1VR ARTS AWARD -OTHERS TO APPLY NEXT TERM There arc about 126 candidates for degree* which will be conferred on Wednesday evening, August 17, at the auditorium, Dr. W. J. McConnell, dean of the College, stated. Forty- eight of these have applied for Bache- lor of Arts degrees and seventy-eight are candidates for Bachelor of Science degrees. It is known that there are others who will apply for degrees next term, Dr. McConnell said. Arts Degree The following are candidates for the degrees of Bachelor of Arts: Adams, Loyde; Alford, Anna Elisa- beth; Allison, Mozelle; Arnold, Ira Blake; Ashburn, Mary Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 July 1927

Ms : rtff MARY ilDK? HBITING MO 4 MOLD XI IIJAY , i I \lt s- T11 AMI t*f tk# B? Twmekrnrt • m r* At Uw AT «f tlM Wort* T«*m T«i later rat of Canttiri RE I I. r. WKWi'f' K ran TKX AH I.NTMK s AM<>< I ATI • , B. Fro MNltM ratinM we -fag* in Amer- uf (Din. The |mt Lord*: ten of the earth, with the i of every nation aniled U> pay Up wrvit . And ! md had patted itaelf on r meeting < held Mond T:W Bo th a current muakal • XMM «f a favorite *er. During: the short «n, Mien Clark annotate-' ;uunt of Friday btiag an | rould ha better to hav« >n Thursday night and j led to do ao. umber on the program •taction* by an enaamMe { nposed of Mr.. pianiat of the t lit, eaUoiat, Mi it, and Herbert VLONG THE WAY M of/f/'i Greattxi Harpist Claims Americans Appreciate Good Music the TIL DA D iu m by ta people ng iak- of pa W, hard tl IU Virgir ity. Mi a Zeln Walcfc th<> dag, f the Si1 U >k* Hill the *tW nd the Battl •P« had •«M M a r>4Mf*r 11* bettc We bal TfXAf yi h 'ictmc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 July 1927

• m 9 « « > H P BASKET BALL TOURNEY pT \ !>.. J 1 kt A RTS PLAY FRIDAY THE ROOKIE I", C. If. S. J l MOHS OBSERVE I.IMID IHHtK \\ KKK MEETING OF lilt.II SCHOOL NIMOKS HELD [< 'OLLKGE II14• II Jl NIOR PLAYLET TUESDAY Hy I). V. I TEAMS STEP TOURNEY WILL INTO LEAD IN <'<r I'l.N!INTO FIRST ROUNDS LAST SESSION !i. INDIAN ARTICLES MMmuseum Kdu W< MM page I> Knokit pool •ted DENTON COI'NTY DROPS yipffidAWliE POUND NECESSARY IN GAME TO PARKER COUNTY TO ORDER THAT TEAMS MAY ll'SKT DOPE — HENDERSON FIVE LOSES TO VAN ZANDT in idual HAVE TIME SCHEDULES TO COMPLETE Van Zandt, Fannin, Parker, and Collin counties took the leaJ in the sum hut tournament by winning their first round of games the first part of this week. Denton county, favored by many to take first place in the meet, dropped the first game of the season to the Parker county cagers. Henderson al- so showed up to less advantage in its game with Van Kindt than had been expectd. Scores The Clay county basketball team ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 July 1927

wm&-& w % MEET IS HELD AT FORT WORTH LAST WEEK EM) TALK WITH MISSOLIM J V M \H ft ill ium ft* du«n t mink h murh for hi* country, and he hoped to tave mm to the riMt tin* the Anieri- i-/I 4n Afrira inrly bit! Hi id If th 4 M tionn ire mmmm iAtrial or twh- ! will cut out city ui rtini j their dapfrtmenta of teaeher training that an now uaad as a mr* incident in Uic accompliithmant of another pur- ! («>•« nnd that Mm to la uaad to caU-h public favor and patronage and ' to ineroaae their budget appropri- I at ion* by this increaaed enrollment, j there will not be much reduplication i tertained in I left among the higher inatitutiona of ' countries of t ttm* ter. «| j learning in Texan. wr-training to * wrpoae does not «" vmn* . . f education aa a Tarbell wan alao the personal gue«i «• *ight« of a j for three days of King Kama VII of I'erimark, several Mian Rama ii an Oxford graduate, "MIT Chineae Cool. and apeaka English aa plainly a* a desultory appear native Anglo-Saxon, K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 July 1927

■ *>■< 0 i' m Ik-| THE .1 ME XI NORTH TE COL1JKUE, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 8, 1927 NUMBER 37 f'x'mjy changes made i' long session !?At) Urt 13 ql it; 5 get leave absence; 100 to ret!'r.n eirst al!) is given to 1,281 here in june pa1 he to get diploma says i'. i v-do.wld ' sTniENTS1 ih-'he F°rmer Si ite Senator Sf eaks L\sr term To Civic Students Wednesday STUDENTS RECEIVE THAT EXPECT CERTIFICATES THREE OF THOSE GRANTEDj LEAVE OF AR8ENCE TO DO WORK ON BIGBER DEGREES.1 PREXY STATES THIRTY-TWO BSD PATIENTS GET TREATMENT AT THE COLLEGE HOSPITAL, ACCORDING TO RE- PORT BY SUPERINTENDENT Thirty-two bed patients and 1284 •There will be a considerable change first aid cases were cared for at the in the staff of the College for the coming year," Dr. R. L. Marquis said upon his return from the meeting of the board of regents for the state teachers colleges held at Fort Worth recently. One hundred faculty members were approved, thirteen resignations accepted, and five leaves of absenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 July 1927

I rtn CAM! Oil «u ard over until we hie t.Rf U'am?wr in iii* ®y< iwiii imv omwhwip;;. w • ^• * n viftlflttKt> tiiitf ijaptaMi c®3N*i i**rirt (Jjrsws fMHMr we? i 'or >.hang*r at b< ardinif-hoo** v* oogb: to hav# got tb I Who i* W« ?f The tK*rt-' Md stayed V|;'"|hI kc«i« r? Oraea to U ealor burned end we woi gist ration card used to hiej. oiitttiMW gftf ds> he the <!f*en wishes to were so tired of it that m new students with one of want to see college any mure. Fin- college eaten so that they a)!y everything was tunwd in and with greater understanding the term's work completed end we got Glory to ths (ireen enl our trades all right hut when the inert t ra started we droned into inge from el! white to color- our <M negligence again, this tune j is not yet complete a* sup- to our sorrow, postponing everything * plies of whit* «ards already on hand until the last thing, only to And that j '* ar* being usod up before gaily tainted we had something else just as i - la ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 July 1927

i— .1 VAN ZANDT CAGERS TRIM DENTON COUNTY TUESDAY urn LOSE TO LOCAL TOl'KNEY 1 "raft STA1F IN I TENNIS FINALS FAST GO, 28-26 TO BE PLATED LAKGB8T TOURNEY CROWD SE F.S PRKLIMJNAIIEP ARE FINISH HI) DENTONITES DROP HOT CON-! *EMI-FI\'ALS \RE UP TEST TO VAN 2ANDTSBS IN OOl'BLEB PLAY STARTS IN RAR8I88 GYM ! NKAIt FITl'RE «, ■ + +*- IO PKODI.l.K; icrs rh prohibit) in Van Zandt County defeated Denton County by a 28-26 score in a hard- i fought basketball game in the Harris | Gymnasium Tuesday night. The game, an occasion of annual! rivalry between the two counties, proved to be the best yet played in the inter-eounty tournament. Denton made a wonderful comeback from the recent clash in which the Parker \ came out victor, but a spurt by the Van Zandt team during the last two minutes play saved the game for the Free Staters. A noticeable feature of the Denton team was a greatly improved defense, by means of j which Denton kept an average lead of two points during practically all of the game....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 July 1927

SOCIETY CIA'liS COLI.KGK HKill TO FINISH 11 Personal* ('allege llifih Mote# 18 AJ O'SH K1 l.DS-l ONNI I.I V, EIHHV. St Ml MORM.M. HE© RIVKR-LAMAR CO! NTT SOLUS hoi.lis PICNIC XAL AUREATE SERMON BE DESLIVERED BY J. W. MMITH ro J Th# O'Khir! Den tun July 8, of • ft Mi R r-Unmr county club •l the city park on. ►ning, June S®, from #i: ffMn It th. hiii xk. Mr and Mr* r< i 6 MM fMrty* flush from will be forty-one rraduataa '■ T. C High Sehaol of the i The T. C. Senior High School ha* tmruxl holding a**einbly at 5 o'clock •tit Tuesday afternoon, it ha* been announced, and all senior* and other* interacted are requested to attend. Edr fto< k«r til-end in i Piatt til lact m vr Keefe Kdirar Keel* pent the w* ith hk parent* at Me«|ulte. 4m Roddknger apent the wae. tnd I I ! Meet at 6:30 P. M. ! HM thi I j Rummer session, according to Dr. L. Cecil Singleton apont at hi home in ( the wei Km icana. renU. BU ehuff ring cere- eqaipn Era Mae iMvmton and Ethel Field* •pent the week-end at home...

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