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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 November 1939

Happy Thanksgiving ———————————— FOURTEENTH YEAR The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—>1939 THonfc Ym, mm NUMBER 10 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEA< HERS (Ol.EECE, DEMON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOYEMHER 21, IW.I Z730 TELEPHONE IMS A Cappalla Choir Departs For Annual Tour Saturday Talking Out Loud " I lUrvtd l$mr may be ikr \lrmihlr\l inlamir betwrrm I •« finmh — t.imlrin h r h oh vi a v s Friday The campus sign* and green anil white ribbons . . . A "stuffed Lion" swings to and fro over Hickory Street at Fry . . . Charles Dameron paints a bright "Welcome Exes" sign, with nourishes . . . Etex beauties drive by anil smile—with- out slowing down! . . . Jitterbug Adams, a one man war- party from Commerce, invades the Eagle Pharmacy and announces that he is going to tear down the banner stretching across Hickory Street . . . Friendly Eagles offer to help hmi . After he has cut one end loose, they take hmi away and clip his ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 November 1939

PAGE ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT. PKNTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1989 INTRAMURALS Eagles Take Lions 16 to 13 for Conference Crown Hawincofning Day Crowd Sms Un^CMiud Siscomen Intramural* Going Strong In Football Three Tog Grid Teams Are Unbeaten As Race Gets Going Bv RANDALL 8EEI V The intramural handball tourna ment advanced to the quarterfinal round this week with si* men left to fight it out for championship honor*. Fred Wright and R L. Chapman arc scheduled U meet in a quarter- final match this week, the winner to advance to the semi-finals against Marvin Fenn, who hn« al- ready won his quarterfinal sotto Randolph Scott plays Von Hoovin in the other quarterfinal match for the ri|fht U> meet Roper Smith in the semi-finals The winner of tin tournament will r>e decided early next week Tap Football Only three teams maintained their perfect record in the torrid tap football chase. Pec Wee Green- field's Speedsters, McOray's Chi - lers, and the Ramp 3 aggregation a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 November 1939

BOOKS THEATRE THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVKMBER 24, 1989 Ion' 1 fni I • I i' [ li t * tu us I If«• I IS I en fiUf |ui pro |i Lin l*ii §<•!', Ley I m: I I. i* '.H Hi ll - If he la lo Cook's Works To Bo Shown Next January Eleven Paintings By Young Artist In Little Gallery Sterling Cook, graduate student hi the art <)«-| ti1t ment, has I wen in v11«•<t ti. submit iniH* of his paint ings fur thi' large T« vh- Exhibition which will l«' held in Houston in January The invitation came a* a result of Cook'- exhibition of II oil* ami II water color which ha- just dost l at thi Wittc M 'inonal Mu tteum of S«'i Antonio. Half of the San Antonio exhibi- tion, thi II oil- have been hung in the Little (ialli i v in the Library building. where they will remain fin the week, Cook's wutercolora will probably be .shown in the local gallery at a later date. The II oil - currently on exhibit in the Little (iallery arc. Hummer Storm, Two Hoy , still Life with I'caiFlowers, Country ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 November 1939

PAGE FOUR THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVFMBKR 24. liMW TK« CampUS Chat CJ.Kori.l) Ward. . * I <1 4 I J ■I II 1, 'I Editorial Offices Manual Arta 107 Telephone 1242 By RAY EDWARDS Published by The Teachem College Pmm Published weekly during thf college year by thf student* of the North Tt*a Stat* Teacher* Col- lege. Entered a* second-class matter December 8. DU6. at tht poat offiic at l)«ntun, Texas, under th* act of March S. D 7tf Subscription Hate*, Delivered by Mail One college yeai I1.0C Advertising rate* furnished on application R:ght to decline any advert isement it> reserved. Classi- fied advert i semen la, idc per word per insertion. MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE P ESS ASSOC 1 ATI* >N Editor A*so< iate Editor sport.* Editor Sport* Editor Business Managt r Sim lety Editor Kay Edwards Polly Anna Badgett \\ «iil k'W Pinkerton James McCary Raymond kearby Mary Willard t i iumnists Woodrow Pink< mm, Virginia 1'at.y, Bob Vtgus, Betty Ann Fladger. and Jo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 November 1939

CLUBS FRATERNITIES THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1989 :*1* • • r Thetas Present 13 PWges •At Club's Formal Friday Kaghlirs, Phoreffi, ^ Delta Psi Kappa Adopts Child For Seven Years mas.ii £R Tri-Kappas Invited To Attend Dance Thirteen of Kappa Theta Pi were presented at th« sorority's formal dance in the recreation building last Friday night from !• till 12 o'clock. Members ami pledges of the I'horeff, KaRhlir, and Kappa Kappa Kappa sororities and their dates were Kueste and music for danc- ing was furnished by Henry Park- er's music box In the receiving line were Nancy Harris, president, Johnny Jackson, Martha .1" Godwin, vice-president, Jack Buntyn, and Mr and Mrs. E. Shuford, sponsors of the club. Theta pledges and their escorts were presented by Nancy Harris as they passed under an arbor of autumn leaves banked with palms. The pledges were given colonial boU(|Uets. Those introduced were Virginia Paty, Jay I>. Gaulden, Florine Hodges, Hob Andrews, Hetty ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 November 1939

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1989 Employing Right or Lmfk Hand Cook Ends With Good Picture Outft*r<ding Student H«i V«ri«d Infereits; Studont Artist and Self Portrait Is Art Graduate By ONETA ASHLEY Paint in? with either hand, pro t-etintr water color picture* from • he wind and rain of a sudden thunderstorm, and making his own picture frames, art onl' half of the work of Sterling Cook "f Hope. Ark., (rraduate student in the art department of the College A small energetic student wit! tanned skin «nd thick black hair Cook i* about flve-foet ten and weighs 128 pound* Rut a small stature ia not a set-hack to hinv Although he ha painted >ino< he was a child, he did not bejrw paint injf in earnest, he states, until he en rolled in the art department here. Man> Fx hi hits Through the assistance of I^ouis Hoover of the Colleff* art staff. Cook has (riven exhibits of his work in San Antonio, San Marcos. Dallas. Undd College in Louisiana and in N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1939

Just So Many Shopping Days Till Christmas The Campus Chat 1190—Largost Stata-Supportad Taachors CoNaga in Hw UnHod Stafaa 4f Yaars of Cowtinyom Sarviaa If If FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 12 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1039 Z780 TELEPHONE IMS Ted Shawn Depicts Cavali Of Civilization Last Night ide Colorful Man Dancers' Show Man's Prograss Throughout Agas Depicting through virile dance patterns the colorful history of the universe, Ted Shawn and hi* troupe of eight men dancers pre- ■enlcd his latest dance composition, "Dance of t he Ages," here last night before a large audience in the College main auditorium. Called hy some critics the great- est dance work that America has yet produced, Shawn's latest sym- bolic and masculine creation was an elemental "rhythmus," in four movements inspired l y the qualities of tire, water, earth, anil air. Mu- sic for the Shawn production was written hy Jess Meeker, composer- pianist, who has collaborated with Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1939

rAOS TWO ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1989 INTRAMURALS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Eagles Meet Strong Doctor Pepper Team Here Friday Night Ramp 3 Holds 'Mural Lead In Hot Race Maniacs Hold Second; Other Teams Scuffle For Third, Fourth Displaying nti unusual amount of powei ttiiil versatility Jim Camp bell's Kamp 3 aggregation iiihiii famed their perfect record and moved into uin)i>|>ut1 possession of lust place in (he current touch foot hall 1111< chili*)' Clone on Ramp ."{'a heel*. Boyd Spring's Maniacs are thundering along in second pine*' with only a tie to mar their tally sheet IVr Wee Greenfield's Speedster* and lli k s' Kamp are nip and tuck for third place with only a few pei.entage points separating tin in Met ary's Chtselers, Pedot on'* Rebels, Knox'u Romper*, and Zachery's Has Been* are all dead locked for fourth position. Kamp f> and the Marines are co holders of the cellar position, neither as yet having been aide to break ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1939

Km books Mm. THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TBXA8, FRIDAY, DBCBMBBft •. ltM Busy Weak .Is Scheduled For T. C. Band Appeared In Dalles Twice, Long view Once, Denton Engagements Two Oallas appearances and a performance for the animal Ro- tary Club football party in Den- ton were among engagements to be filled this week by Teachers Col- lege instrumentalists. Floyd Graham's stage band, "The Aces of (Mtlegeland," presented a high .school assembly program at the Adanison High School in Dal- las Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock A party of 20 which made the trip to Pallas in a chartered bus included Mrs. (jueva Jane Mcudv^of Honham and Nancy Jane (Sates of Denton, vocalists. This was the third year thai the stage band has presented a novelty mu- sical program at Adamson Hifth. At noon the same day the hand and entertainer* appeared before the Optimist Club at their regular luncheon held in the Dallas Ath D«tnna Sings and Grows Up Platter Parade Above is Deanna Durbin and Charles Winninuer. The t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1939

PACK rout THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DBCEMBEK 8, 1939 Tht Campus Chat Ed(fcorial) Wmr4% Ch«murgic Sw—k Potato Pio Givot Broiik Editorial (URce* Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 By RAT KnWARDS Published by The Teachers (killefi Press Published weakly during the college y«ar by the students at the North Texas Slut*' Teachers Col- lege Entered as second class matter December 8, 1916. at the post olfur at Denton, Texas, under the act of March 8, 187W. Subscription Kates, Delivered by Mail One eoltaffe year $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. MEMBER OK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sports Editor Business Manager Soeiety Editor Kay Edwards Polly Anna Badgvtt Woodrow Pmkerton James McCary Raymond Kearby Mary Willard Columnists: Woodrow Pinkerton, Virginia 1'atv. Bob Vigus, Betty Ann Fladger, and Joe Met a be. Report...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1939

CLUIS FRATERNITIES THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBBft I. 1M * rojans Sponsor Year's Last All - Collage Dane* 'anco Honors Now Mombors; Mershoa, Virginia Estberly Wed lold Dinnor Bofore Formal • * Aces of Collegeland Scheduled for Music; Sponsors Attend The Tiujiui fraternity will honor Jts Hi'vi'ii new fall semester metn- ers Saturday night at tht* club's eveiith annual fall banquet and Christmas all-college dance, the ormer to be given in the crystal oom of th«' Marquis hall from 7 jntil K:.'to o'clock, and the latter o Ik- given at the College recrea- ion hall from 1* until 12. Floyd 'irnhani's Aces of College- upland will furnish music for dancing, ffvhich will he open to all students §«■)' the College. In the receiving line of the dance, ,4s. which will In. the Trojans' fourth, j'will lie: President Wellington Mc ' lexandcr and Wilrna Yates; vice- resident, Floy E/.cll and Charlene Norton; Mrs. Alice Pegrani, Trojan ouse-mother; Miss Edith L. Clark, jchan of women...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1939

THK CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1939 CommiHoo Selects 20 T. C. Students for Nation*! Who's Who To Austin; MmU With Reiney |lr W J Mrt'oitiiell. pi-Mltten I of tile la ft I trill on Wmliii' day nt*ht U> iUmmI a merlin* of til# pr«is talent* of |Im> utate Hint i imUon* of htfhei Imi'iiiiik . f T*k«i to br ht>M Thuiaday mmiiiim in the «Mm' of Praaiitant Homei I' Itainay of the I'litvrralty of T m The meeting •• mi annual our held aeeh |fWi (•' illaeuak matter* of mutual miereei to the elate in ■tllulinM Kollowinc tHr meetin# |i* Mi roniM>ll l to participate in thr irark.ua activities to In- helil mt the t'nivnuity incident In lln iniuiiru t«linn of Preatdent Kmiw) At theee r rwiwnim Pi Mi'Con n< )I will represent not only th>' Teacher* College. of which he I* (Uonlilxit, but the Cnivei«ity of llenvei hy which he v a m. *nle«l I Wo il« niw Othei reached* College «tatT member* ,'<heiall\ invite.1 to i* pfrwHt foi the inauguration in Mr IM N S Rim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1939

L The Campus Chat 1190—Largest Stete-Supported Teechers CoMifi in Hw Uwtted Yeers ol CtwWwyem Sirvlw If If fourteenth yeah NUMHEK IB NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1989 Z730 TELEPHONE lMt Christmas Concert Planned Now' If • Were Doing It—' For Oratorio Group Doc. 20 Chamberlain, Bedford** Carr, Franklin, iSweet Potato** Will Be Soloist, Now Being Sold The Oratorio Society of tho Col- lfjri* will present most of the well- As Pia Mixture known choruses and folos from Handel'** "Messiah" in n special pre-Christmas concert / at the Col- . r. main auditorium here Wednes day, l>ec. 20, at R p. m. ]>r Wilfred C. Bain, head of the music faculty, will conduct the rhorun and the Teachers College Symphony Orchestra of 50 mil- icians for the oratorio. Organ ac- , . mpaniment will be furniahed hy I lui Mclntire of the Teachers Col- lege music faculty. Soloists include: Richard Cham herlain. tenor, Randolph, N. Y : \\ ayne Bedford, bass, Rochester, \...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1939

ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1939 INTRAMURALS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Siscomen Place Five Men on All-Conference Team AH-Lone Star Conference Football Selections Mere Art tho Scrappy Lads Who Will Faca Conference Foes in 1940 FIRST TEAM Player, hcheol Poo Class A«e Ht. WL Home Town Johnny Honey, E.T. E Sr. 23 fi'S" 187 Malakoff Cecil Phillips, N T T Sr. 24 fl'3" 198 Ft. Worth Ernest Freeman, E.T. G So. 22 fl'2" 215 Grove. Ok. Bill Sheffield N T C Jr. 21 6'1" 170 Kirbyville Boyce Nail, N T. G Jr. 19 6'2" 189 Dallas Tiny EsUinbaum, S H T Sr 22 ♦i'4" 200 Kagl< Lake M P. Hopson. 8.F A. E Sr. 21 d'S" 18S Jacksonville Johnie Riola, N.T. B Jr 23 5'10" 156 Temple Cullen Barnett, S.H. B Jr 20 6'0" 162 Pettus Clint White, E T. B Jr 22 fi'l" 182 Euafaula, Ok. I T James. N T. B Sr 22 5'H" 160 Edgewood SECOND TEAM Crillon Payne NT. E Donece Ramsey S.H. T Harold Neal et. G Bob Taylor S.M C. Ed Ramseur S.F.A. G Leon Winton e.t t. Woodrow Isham S M E. P. K ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1939

BOOKS THEATRE THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1989 MUSIC DRAMA PAGE THREE T«d. Wind.' platter puacU) !• Saturdays at T«MI College Show Frederic March And Joan Bennett Are Stars of Cast With a t«ng of travel and far- off place*, "Trade V\ inds," starring Fredric March and Juan Bennett, will romi to the College show thin week ax the regular Saturday night fe« ure In the supporting cast are Ralph Bellamy. Ann Sot hern, Sidney Rlackmer, Thomas Mitchell, and several other outstanding actors. To l<egin the story, a Iwautiful blonde slips from 'he fingers of the San Francisco police, and a chase begins that extends half way around the world. Fredric March, a prominent de- tective, is put on the trail of the accused woman. Word come? from Honolulu that the fleeing woman has pawned a ring, and March is off on the trail. March, in addition to being a sharp detective, is the "ladies man" of San Francisco, and he does not lose any time in contacting the better looking st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1939

page pour the campus chat, denton. friday, december 16, 1988 I The Campus Chat Editorial Offices Telephone 1242 Manual Arta 107 Kditor Associate Kditor S ports K'litor Sports Kilitor Business Manager Society Kditor Columnists: Wood row Pinkerton, Virginia I'aty, Bob Vigus, Betty Ann Flutter, and Joe McCabe. Reporters: Oncta Ashley, Myrtle Neale, (Charles < ox, Lee Hinton, John Thomason, Silas Johnson, |{ol>ert SchuirrinK. Nell Suddath, Kuy Cooper, Magnolia ('urrey, Peg Truman, Don Lohoefner, Nailene Walker, Dorothy Harris, Mrs. Anne Carter, Dorothy Holnnson, (Charles Dameron, Kathryn Lang, James McCary. Faculty Sponsors: J.D. Hall, Jr. and C.K. Shu ford. NIPNINIH * ID OH Mill Nil National Advertising Service, Inc. i.niUif I'ukluhtri HtPrtiinlftlit * 420 Madison Ave New York n y CMicaao •oitoh • la* Anaitis • faanutco WM Mcabtr 1939 Pbsockied Cbleaicie Press FRIDAY. DKCKMHKR 15. 1939 "Heel Hitler" Like sheep jumping over the fence, wars follow wars as far back as the history of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1939

CLUIS THE CAMPUS CHAT, DlWTOIt, FRIDAY, DBCEMBER If, lMf iAAAAMMJ jSS&Kft Beta Frat Holds Formal Dinner-Dance SaHi Dallas Orchestra Affords Music, Vocalists for Danco Job It Too Tifayt for Plodgot KaghlSrs Plan Formal Danco For Plodgof Officials Expecting Twenty-Five Exes; Introduce New Betas Approximately 25 ex-member a of Beta Alpha Kho Beta fraternity will l>e honored at the club's annual I .ing the Christmas theme, formal dinner-dance to be given members of the Kagblir sorority, from 7:30 until 12 o'clock tomorrow j a ill entertain pledg<unci sponsors night in the T.S.C.W. tearoom. with the annual Christinas formal Kd Daniels' orchestra from Dal- I- , i<lay niKhl. December lfi, from |«, will play for the exchange pro- h uni.l 11 o clock at the W oman's Krum dam.,, following the dinner. Daniels' orchestra has filled en- I IUt "«• silver decorations will garments at the Show Boat and used throughout. Dominating the has been recommended by several .in of gaiety, will b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1939

page an THE CAMPU8 CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1989 f! i ■ Lon* Star Conference Track And Raid Meat to ba Hald On Denton Cinders, May 13-14 Payne, Everett Named* 1940 Co-Captains All-Conference Of Eagle Tracksters The 1H40 Lone Star Conference track atid field meet will be held on the North Texan State Teacher* College cinder j>ath next May L'l- 14. according to n recent announce- ment hy Choc Sportsman. Knj.i< track coach. The Eagle thinly clad* will be captained this year by Crillon Payne. iiashtnan from Paducah, and Claude Everett, sprinter and hurdle man from Valley Mills. Several lettermen from last year's aggre- gation an- returning to bolster the Ragle hopes for a Lone Star Con- ference title which was won Inst year by the up and coming Lions of East Texas State The squad will be headed this year by the nationally known Ride out twins. Blaine and Wayne Blaine holds the conference record in the mile run and Wayne has possession of the half-mile record They ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1939

r The Campus Chat 1190—Urg«st St«to-Support«d Tractors C>M>f in Hw United $Mw 4f Yun «f FOURTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 14 Handel's -'Messiah' Given I Directs Concert By Local Oratorio Society Over 125 Singers From College, Town Present Concert NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1989 Z780 i* • ¥ ♦ • a • « Over 125 singers ami 50 orches- tral musicians, members of the Oratorio Society, wore massed on the stage of the main auditorium last night for the special pre- Christmas presentation of the out- standing choruses and solos from Handel's "Messiah." Acoustically, the placing of all singers and players together on the stage liroui;ht a tonal unity between the chorus and the or- chestra. The chorus, which re- hearsed once each week in prepara- tion for the concert, was made up f students, faculty members, and townspeople, members of the Oratorio Society. Itain Conducts Dr. Wilfred ('. Bain, head of the College music faculty, conducted the chorus and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1989 TU Campus Chgt War* New, Modem Library Equipment Manual Arts 107 is ariAT Published by Th* Tenchar* Col)*#* Press Published weekly during the coll«g< year by th* student* of th* North Texas Stat* Teachers Col- lege. Entered a* second-clas* matt*r Dewc ur 8. IMS, at th* post office at Denton, Texas. under th* act of March $. 1*79. Subscription Rate*, Deliver**! by Mail On* college year $1.00 Advertising rate# furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advert is. imU. 2c per word per insertion. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pres.- Association Member of Associated Collegiate Press Editor Associate Editor Sport* Editor Sport* Editor Busin, * Manager Society Editor Rcy Edward* Polly Anna BaJgett Waodrow Pinkerton James McCary Raymond K ear by Mary Willard Columnists. Woodrow Pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Bob Vigus. Betty Ann Fladger. and Jo* McCabe. Reporter*: Oneta Ashley. Myrtle Nea...

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