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

> 1 • • I • 't • f* * i • Cheer the Eagles Tonight! The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States 49 Years of Continuous Service If If FOURTEENTH YEAH NUMBER 6 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1989 Z730 ST Avetia to Sponsor Contest; Symphony Orchestra To Give Concert Sunday Cash Awards Will Bo Given . Talking Out Loud ",4 rurvtd linr may br the (fraiflAfn/ dtMamr betwren two fininli " kimteiu H Y HO H VI (i V S I* fifth Mnn At iho Sam Houston game Inst year all Huntsville turned out to hack the Hearkuts And their hack- ing may have had something to do with that 18-to-nothing score in their favot Sam Houston took Rice last week in a fine exhibition of heads-up football. So your team is going to need (tour support tonight Many of you learned the words to our new school song at the pep rally last night. If you do not know our school yells and songs, make some attempt to learn theni fairly well before game-time. Watc...

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

#1 PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1980 The Campus Chat s^4itori«l> Ward. Editorial Offices Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 Published by The Teachers College Press By EAT BOWARM Published weekly during the college year by the stu- dents of the North Texas State Teacher# College Entered a* second-class matter December 8, 1916, at the pout office at Denton. Texas, under the act of March 3. Ifc79 SUBSCRIPTION One college year RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL SI 00 Adwrtininf rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisemen* is reserved. Classified advertisementw, 2c per word per insertion. MEMBER OK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Asftociatc Editor Sport* Ed:tor Sport* Editor Business Manager Columnists: Woodrow Ray Edward* Folly Anna Badgett Woodrow Pinkerton James McCary Raymond Hear by Pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Silas Johnson. James McCary, Boh Vigus. Reporter* Oneta Ashle\ Myrtle .Vale, Lee Hinton. Eloise Parks, Virginia I'aty, ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBMTON. TOLAS, FRIDAY, OCTOMft ST. IMS Eagles Ready for Tough Bearkats Toni Probable Starting Line-Up Place: Eagle Field Time: 7:30 p. m. North Texas Sam Houiiton No. Player Poh. Weights Po*. Player No. 19 Payne LE 170 178 HE G. Ramaey 76 7f Phillips LT 193 210 RT Dildy 86 8f> Vineyard ((•) LC. 200 174 R<; I). Ramsey 61 20 Sheffield C 176 180 C (C) Lindley 60 73 NhII KG 200 210 L(; Baumtfardner 74 12 1). Walker RT 198 190 LT Estlinbaum 89 32 Taylor RE 170 175 LE Lanjj 73 •r>« Riolii QB 150 165 QB (C) Barnett 88 64 McDaniel LH 175 175 RH Hiirhtower 59 68 Parker RH 198 1Y5 LH L. Brown 83 50 .James KB 16(t 195 KB Law 66 Officials: Referee, Gene Bedford (SMU): Um- pire. Jack Malum (Texas A. * \1.) ; Head linesman. Guy Allen (Howard Payne) and Field judfre, Jack Roach (Baylor). Siscomen Down Lumberjacks 14-0 Friday I. T. James Walter Parker Both Teams Fighting For Uppermost Rung In L. S. C. Standing Rideouts Make Debut Tonight Between Halves Hv JAMES McCARY Mark...

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

POUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1989 f.f ■ Li I '4 s Fifty Girls Accept Sorority Pledgeship This Week Tri Keppes Take Eight; ' 13; Kaghlin If; Joe Brown Love Phorefls Pledge 10 Fifty irirlc thi* an>ek began an eight-week*' pledtreship to the foui campus aororitiea, K«pp« Theta f . Phoreff, Kajrhlir and Kappa Kappa Kappa Formal pMxnhip ceremonies wer<* hr-lci hi tii« various sorority meetinir Monday nitrht. and infor inal initiation alarted thi* weak THETAS 1*1 FIX. F 1.1 Thr thirteen Kappa Theta Pi pledges who wire triven the oath at pledireahip Monday night at the htMir of president Nancy Maui* and began their pledge*hip under direction of Susie I.onthei wood, ruai. captain, are Jerry Robinson, sophomore from Corsieana; Mary Willard. aophomoic from Oonton; Cory or J^owe, sophomoii' from Rockwall; Hcttv Rt.«n. *..,>homoiv from Cormcana; I«ou Burns, soph- omore from Hen ton, Helen F Powell, juniot from Vernon, Vir Kims Paty, juniot from Pari*; Polly ...

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

UN k T' Thank you, Sam Houston i The Campus Chat 1890—Largest Stata-Supportad Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 Wetch Year Hap. I San I FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 7 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1939 Z730 TELEPHONE Symphony Orchestra Gives Dr- s*m Bsrton First Concert of Season ami wil: th. i 3'i inua! in / " •I# •rum ■ % * rf , 1 diking Out Loud I turvtd tint may hr ihr nruithlr%( di\tanit brtwrrn /U' fiuinh " / inlrim n > n o h v l a v s I i-h and I'olitirs an. ' I * ♦ nitd < <V Fnerge'ic young Norman Bug t well, freshman president, ItM asked nit' to print Nn announcement of the fish picnic at thr Recreation Pack next Thursday owning. He -ays that they (the freshmen) have a good organization this year We commend Fish Bagwell and his committees upon their enthusiasm We wish them tun on then picnic ' But we hope that they are not too well organized or too active The adolescent voice of freshmen, if too lo...

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

- ■: THE CAMITS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. ER1DAY. NOVEMBER •'<. l aj. TK# Campus^Chat uiiuriii) w•rd§ Home Management Girls On the Job Editorial Office* Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 By RAY EDWARDS 1 I if Published by The TvaclHfi College Press I'ublikheii weekly during the college year by the students of the North Texas State Teacher* t'ol- legt Entered as second-class mutter Dtiwinbtr h. 1V1 ♦ , at the post ottiit at Denton. Texas, under the art of March 3, 1«7U. Subscription Kates, Delivered by Mail One collect year $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application Right U> decline any advertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisements, 2t per word per insert .ion. MKMBKK ol TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSfX IATIUN Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sport* Editor Itwirew Managci Society Editor Hay Edwards Polly Anna Bailgett W «mnilim Pinkerton Juno McC'ary Raymond Kcai by M«ry W ilia rd Columnists Woodro* Pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Bob Vigus. Rett; Ann Fladgei. and Jot Mc...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1989 • *• Eagles Upset Sam Houston in Smashing 24-13 4i Rica's Conquerors Downed As Payno Snatches Passes Clint White Heads L.S.C. In Scoring Clint White, sensational half- back of the Kant Texas Linns, scored three touchdowns against Mtniay Slate at Paducnh, Kv t\v«i week- aico and added another against llowai I Payne last week lo lx>o*t his total point-- to ,'l!t for I In si ason Sei • ml place honors go to l.eon anl Hi own. Sam Houston freshman ill! a k, who scored 2" points in lus tirst two 1'nmt'ii hu has not rroKi ! ihi' double strip since | T lames, hard niniiinir North Texas fullback, i* in third place among ihe individual scorers of the I.one Star Conference with a total of 1(5 points, but has only scored one lotichdowri; the remainder of his points resulting from field goals ami points at or touchdowns The conference leaders are Name, pott., school points White, hb, Hast Texas HK Riown, fli, Sam Houston Jj) •lames, fb,...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 19M Pi Phn Give Barn Dane* As First All-College Of Yaar Members Hay-Ride ~~ Mere Dence Begins; Mr. Smith Goes To Washington' Weer Overalls, Aprons Swarming down from the hills and up from the gullies and brush heap* around the country, nill billies and hillbillette* tilorr are expected to flock out for thi' annual Pi Phi Pi ham dance to be hold a* the first all-college of the season in the recreational buildinit Sat urday night from 9 to 1 o'clock From the jingle of the trace chain* on the floor to the rustle of bunched onion* on the rafters, the hall will be decked out in first- rate bumpkin style Decorations tanging from wagon wheels to first Monday harness are l*ing put up Before the awing and swav in the sorghum hay begins. members of the fraternity, the pledges, and a sprinkling of gals will .iaunt over the countryside on a hayride Hitchinjr out the team at KMMt West Oak street, Ja> I' (Hank) Gaulden and all the plow hands ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1939

m Fin« Art Number Tonight "1 The Campus Chat 1890—Largest Stete-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 Neat Week FOURTEENTH YEAR Nl'MBEK 8 - III ■■■■■■ III mil III Ml mm in — « e.M j..iiu . . immrmmmmmBBOmmmmBB NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1939 Z730 TELEPHONE * Jaroff's Don Cossack Chorus T Comas to Auditorium Tonight Famous Singers Appear at College Cossacks On Fine Arts Number As Fine Arts Number 4^ An th«' hint of the six major fine art* attractions to lie featured during the llt.'tt' I'.MO school term, / the world famous Don I 'ossnck |^|('h"|,ii.ii under the direction of the 'equally famous Serg> JarotT. will be heard in concert tonight m the ,4> main auditorium. Scheduled to begin at H 1ft, to- night's program hy the widely ac- claimed choral organization will he i divided into three distinct parts. Vhc fust part will lie devoted to i the religious music of Russia, the r second will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1939

THE CAMPl'S ( HAT DE>fTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1W Siscomen Bury San Marcos Under 26-0 Onslaught T« Parker For First Tally C*9*fi Enter Sacond Week Of Work Outs Williams Intercepts Bobcat Pass, Runs For 61-Yard Counter Cinching ait .east • t «- for th< JP'tt* Lout > '• ta r ruRfimiri champ- tfiwit. I < ach Jar I Simo'i momentum gathering K a g 1 e n swamped th< ho*t-playing Bobcat* i>f Sum Mmw by 58®-0 '>ef ort a ''«>0 hom* coming crowd Saturday Mi* tiff pa* e*. end and line smashes. the Green and White U<<>k ck>*rge of the game InU m th« opening (|uwrtc'i whom mgrtal hark- ing Jubitkf Riola snapped b 20-yard into their aecond wwk of practice, pa*s to halft*4i< k WalUtr Parker SKends May Heve Fifteen-Man Traveling Squad North Texa*' hoaketeers enters; with SO men MlH fighting fur u position or. the Green and Whit* Mfttid who took the pa** on the Han Mar (■' • ,'ifi mm) scampered tin reman t\p distant e for the first Kagie A break in th«*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, T8XA8. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1939 NfW MlllAwi Skilled Musicians Here Tonight Initiated Into Science Club Active Members Bring in Several Other Scientists After .15 blind-folded pledge* tiri-uiiii initiated into the mysteries of chemical tastes, smells, and formula* they h«rime members of • he Chemistry Club Tuesday night at the '"lull's meeting in thr sci- cnci' building Tin- initiation wax conducted by Ewln Ends, Jack Trultt, Everett Scujfin, and Rolwrt Craif, and the oath <>f membership was admin- i~in eii by President Vcrn Rohrer New members nf the club are Ruth t'undiff, Martha Millican, Mary Catherine Austin, Alice Ross, Marjone Htu shhai ger, Dorothy Mc Mahan. Lil Taylor, Inez Robert , point hy Gene i'ittman, F ranees Marek \nnie Main Mullock. Emma Le- na Early, Mary Ellen Crumpler, Rober ta Williamson, Marian Gooch, Frances (! r a m in a r, G c o r g e Vuughan, Maydell Bass, Mary Alice Best, Itohert Moore, Vick Higlitower, Unjdun Uii'ivtiii, (ii'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1989 Ci(SU UIk U/spia UiMW Office# Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 Published by The Teacher* College Ptms Published wwMy during the college year by the student* of the North Texas State Teacher* Col- loge. En t*-red as iMMHi'elm matter December 8, 1WI6, at the post office at Dentoi., Texas, under the art of March 3, ltrfi*. Editor Associate Editor Sport.* Editor Spor",* Editor Bu*ness Murmur* i Society Editor Columnists Woodrow Pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Bob Vigus, Betty Ann Fladger, and Joe McCain* lUpnrten: Oneta AsWey, Myrtle Neale. Charle* Cox, Let Hinton, John Thomason, Silas Johnson. Robert Sehum'ing. Nell Suddath, Fay Cooper, Magnolia Currey, Peg Truman, Don lohMfner, Nadcnc Walker, Dorothy Harris, Mrs. Anne Carter, Dorothy Robinson, Charles Dameron. Kathryn Lang. James McCary. F aculty Sponsors: ,1.1). Hall, Jr and C.E. Shuford. ■ « < ICO K* , *UV. ' ' • CtJUlt /'■*/ «*« > Hrfmtmltliit 4SO Maohon Avi NI *O K N T CKICMO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1939

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1939 Kappa Kappa* to Hold Dane* For Qub'i Pledget Saturday 71** factiomj £itu Wort T *. Phor.W, Kagttlir, 4 Theta Pledges To le Enterteined Formally presenting their nirii' fall semester pledges, the Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority will spon- sor an intersorority dance in the •recreational building tomorrow evening from W until 12 o'clock The function wjII be a formal exchange dance open only to the members ami pledges of the campus sororities, Kappa Theta Pi, Phor- etfs, and Kaghlirs. Music will be furnished by Henry Parker and his 'music box. A brief program to be Riven during intermission will include a tap dance by Evelyn King, a whistle solo by Kenneth Rutledge accompanied by W. E La Forge, and a vocal selection by Nancy .lam- Gates. Throughout the even- ing the Tri-Kappa pledges will preside alternately at the punch bowl. In the receiving line will Ik- Pres- ident Nancy Jane Vance and R. H. Henry; Vice-president Ina Louise Withoi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXA8, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1989 C«IUcting ft* Freshmen Win CaN^a Hipp in la H«V Hi fc H l«« latUa WW> T Yucca Contest Thr abo\e picture wa taken by utilF photographer for the Wi*h- ington Post during a recent * it it in thr nation - capital b> l i and Mr*. Clifford Weaker of McKinney, — Wnnhitifjtnii xtitff i>hott> u ho were iliiiti! n hit o( "sleuth- in I!" for various collector's itm*. Mr- Weaver, widely known as a collector, ha- given manj of her "find- tn thr College. Last Week Frosh Leaden Win Free Class Pictures; Sophs Take Second The Freshman class won the con teat currently sponsored by the Yucca staff, with 1'.' per cent of its membership having pictures madi for thr yenrlxiok before V vember 1 As a result of this class' victory, the folio wing freshman officers will have th-n studio fees refunded Norman Bagwell, president; Hobby Dodd, vice-president; Billey Fred Newman, secretin y-treasurer. The winning class was only a step ahead of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1939

Welcome. Exti The Campus Chat 1090—Largest State-Supported Teacher* College in tHa United States—49 Yean of Continuous Service— I93C FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 9 -H! NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1939 Z7S0 mm # I U Bitter L.S.C. Football Feudists Battle Saturday As Lions, Eagles Meet Before Homecoming Crowd Siscomen Down Austin College By 27-0 Margin Saturday East Texas Teachers Will Face These Men Saturday These Men To Fight Eagles Snake Hips Deadly Blocker Bully Beef \ Key Man of East Texas State \ Passing and Running Clicked Despite Unfavorable Weather By JOHN THOMASON A cold drizzling rain and a muddy field meant nothing to Jack Sisco's eleven last Saturday after- noon. Disregarding all of the unfavor- nhlc weather conditions, the Eagle* unleashed their powerful offensive attack early in the second quarter of their contest with the Austin College Kangaroos, and ended with a 27 to 0 margin over the some- what sluggish Sherman aggrega- tion. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1939

: rK i BS - - —H THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXA8. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1939 % Game It Dedicated to Letter men Nim Faculty Members, IO Exm On Stat* Convention Program 'Drop in to See Us, Ex-students/ Says Hyder Talking Out Loud "A > hmt ma\ kt thr itraiihtnt kitanf* ktitrtr* (w point> "— f < '«■ BY BOB VIGUS Uiwr SUr Champions! The Eagle* clinched u tie for firei place honors* in our conference by besting the San Marcos Bob- cat*. But we want more than a tie —we want a clear-cut champion ship' We want a victory over the Lion*! Plan* have been made for a mam- moth bonfire and pep rally tonight. Robert Marquis, director of the Ea- gle Band, and Charles C. Williams, .if the business office, have made plans for the students to use flash card* at the game. Let's nl! go to the pep rally and cooperate with the Band! The EagJe* will have 11 good men out on the field tomorrow. It'* up to the student body to put a (rreat twelfth man in the grand stand*. Beauties with Batons The Eagle B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1939

TUB CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON. TBZAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1?, ltM « * • « Ex-SfaidtHb* .Location* For Tho Yenr Placement Office Publishes Changes In Exes' Positions < lathering 'lata on ex-students of the College, tho Placement Of- tiee has turned in for publication all the chunks in positions and loca- tions and all new positions ob- tained hy North Texas exes for the year 19HM840. Students' names and locations lire as follows: Adair, Frances Cscillc, from Ever- man to University Park School, Dallas. Allen, Minnie Louise, from Gor- man to I/O* Angeles, Calif., Mon- ticello School for tairls Allreil, Franeed Ethel, from Rio (irunde to l-'alfurias. Anglin. Helen, from West Texan State Teacher* College, Canyon, to Hillslioro Junior College, Hillsboro. Ardia, William I AH>n, from Hills- boro to San Angelo College, San Angelo. Atcheson, Thelma, from Lakeview to Fredericksburg. Austin, Ruth (Mrs. D. B Hokett, Jr.), Bomarton. Aycock, Minnie K., from Nixon to Cladewater. Bailey, Alvia Johnson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1939 THa Campus Chat sddWrW) w.rd. North Texas' Library It Taking Giant Strides Telephone 1242 Manual Arte 107 ■r RAT BDWi Published by The Teachers Collate Pnu Publiahed w—lily during the college year by the ituienU of the North Tnw SUte Teachers Col- let*. Entered u second-claas matter December 8, 1916, at the post office at Denton, Texas, under the act of March S, 1879. Subscription Rates, Delivered by Mail One college year $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sports Editor _ Business Manager Society Editor Ray Edwards Polly Anna Badgett Woodrow Pinkerton James McCary Raymond Kearby Mary Willard Columnists: Woodrow Pinkerton. Virginia Paty, Bob Vigus, Betty Ann Fladger, and Joe McCabe. Reporters: Oneta Ashley, Myrtle Neale, Ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1939

wawm THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXA8, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1MB lies Sponsor Annual Football Dance Sa* I old Stcond All-College Y «r, Entertain Friar* Club Has Open House, A« One Pledge to Another— And Initiates Five Kappa Theta Pi Prospective Member, pr>Mntt Pl^l 'llll unilliul f !on«ln ™ Tonight at Dance The annual Geezle football ilunce, ^|)oiis(ii (l by thi- Gcuzli1 fraternity nil Ih' held in the recreation build'- Saturday ni^ht from It until 12 o'clock, following the home com jrrid classic between Denton iml Commerce. The dance will honor the Friars, | mpu fraternity of the East Tex State Teachers College of Com- merce and brother organization of |he (iee/les on that campus, mem- •rs of both the Eagle and Lion li«i ball squads, and ex-members >f the Geezle fraternity. ppen Formal The danrc is slated to he an }|>en formal with music to be fur- lished by Floyd Graham and his Lees of College land. The recrea- tional building will be decorated in fi-een and white. North Tex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1939

p * k It U 0 A U A 1 A $ 8 B i c f THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1939 Football mnd Handball "Moral Spotlight Rica Has 13 Entrants; 16 Enter Handball Tournamant Colltgt Annual T« It in Form of Family Album Intramural competition in tag football and handball is under way Kaghlirs Plan Open House Thin year's Yucca. Collage an- nual, will be made up along the style of the old family album in celebration of North Texas' Golden Jubilee year, which is now in prog- Th* Kaghlirs are making plans reas. as 13 tag footliall teams and 18 10 °Pen house at the Knirhlir All pictures for freshman and handball srti*U> have entered the house, 908 Sycamore, honoring exes sophomore class sections ha.e been race for the respective titles, ac- an(' members of Les Chaises, girl's taken, along with the completion cording U) announcements by Pete 'Social club at iLast 1 exas State tht division pages The admin- Shands, intrmmural director in the Teachers College, throughout the istra...

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