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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1940

MUSIC DRAMA THE CAMPU8 CHAT. DENTON. TEXA8, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY , 1940 A Cappolla Choir to Sing •For Oklahoma Confaronco t Dr. Witfr*d C. Bain Addresses Group Of Educators An invitation for the Teachert- Colletce A Cappolla Choir to ninn ut the Oklahoma Kdueatorx Axso cist ion. and the Oklahoma Vocal Mu i(- KducaUtr* conference in Ok- luhoma City February I'l has been accepted by lit. Wilfred Bain, director of the choir and head of the music department of the Col- lege. Dr. Ham will xpeak In-fore both meeting*. At the afternoon meet iriK of the Munic Section of the Oklahoma Kducatorx Association, Itr. Ham's talk will he on "Instill mental and Vocal Music in Kela - lion to the Public School Music Teacher." Later the same after- noon, he will discuss "Vocal I'rob leins," at the meeting of the Okla- homa Vocal Music Kducators A- sociation, and the meeting of the Oklahoma Hand and Orchestra A sociations. The A Cappella Choir will lie featured on both programs with Dr. Hain. (ilenn Conducts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1940

FOUE OPthMONS THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940 EDITORIALS TtoCtmpus Chat Telephone 1242 Manual Arte 107 Editorial) Wards They Could Out Talk a Phonograph Published bjr The Teacher* College Press Hepresented by National Advertising Service, Inc. Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sport* Editor Society Editor Kay Edward* Polly Anns Badgett Woodrow Pinkerton James McCary Msry Willard Columnists; Woodrow Pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Betty Ann Fiadfpr, and Joe McCabe. Reporter*: Oneta Ashley. Myrtle N'eale, Cha-les Cox, Lee Hinton, John Thomason, Silas Johnson, Robert Sehuirrmg, Nell Suddath. Fay Cooper. Magnolia c'urrey, Peg Truman, Don Lohoefner, Nadene Walker, Dorothy Hams. Mrs. Anne Carter, Dorotny Robinson. Charles Dameron. Kathryn Lang, and James McCary. Business Manager Raymond Kearby Faculty Sponsors: J.D. Hall, Jr.. and C.E. Shuford FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1940 Why, Howdy, Stranger Here we fro again. On that old, but never too-old topic of friendliness. Our Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1940

CLUBS FRATERNITIES THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940 issssmiL AC1 m t | .• i ;; Martin-Johns Wedding Held La Vona Hanks, In Danton Wednesday Waak T C &r,duat#' Student In College Hat Installed Drugstore Johns It Former Student of College; Go to New Orleans M's* Kuth Martin, daughter of l)r. und Mrs. M. L. Martin of Den- ton, and Kichard Edward Johns, graduate «>f the College and son of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Johns t>f Mc- <'amey, were married at the First Methodist Church hei.-, January 31. The bride was given in marriage hy her father, and the double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Wesley V. Hite, pastor of the church. The church was decorated in a color scheme of blue and white against a green background. The rostrum was banked with palm* and ferns and lighted with cathed- ral candelabr*. Tall white (loot- baskets held white pom pom chry- santhemums and white calla lilies while other baskets were tilled with blue delphiniums. Daniel Organist Ralph...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1940

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1M0 l) Sj m I Who's Who Speaks in Library ' ONTINUED PROM PAGE ONE society Eerie William*. another representative from thi Kn r!ish ife *rtm«nl. is editor of the A vesta, ("it,)..«* • metfMine. thi* year. A jun itxr from Garland, Edna Earlr l a twmlur of the Mary Ardens, thi Pr** Cl«b. and College Player*. H .t n .nor in speech A senior from Waxahachie, Wsi- te Nalle Carroll will repreamt the home i1 tMtomic* department. After graduation. Walta Nelle plan* to teach clothing. Last year shr was sec rotary-treasurer of the W N. Master* Chemical Society and i now mem her of the Elian H Hie hards flub, and the Senior Mh ry Arderie. Murdwh Chosen t'C'ithy Murdoch, junior speech inaio" with a minor in English. i* president of the Goll<f Player*, and a member of the Quintilians, elufc. for apeech major* She ha* ^ c hm. outstanding in the apaach.de- „UIMandinK , „jn Vm,.ric.n BU. i loir snd a member <>t I hi I'niver- •♦it)...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1940

The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—Half a Century of Progressive Service to Texes and the Nation—1940 KOl'KTKENTH YKAK Nl'MBKH lil NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1940 Z730 TELEPHONE IS* Scheduled for Wednesday Recorded Concerts To Begin Feb. 20 In Library The first program of the new Tuesday Evening Hour Series of weekly recorded concerts with com •mantary wiH he Md February 20 nt K p. *ii. in the library auditorium i.f the College with Harry Parshal! of the music 'acuity as commenta- tor. The concert, which is open to the student body and general public. will be devoted to the music of Tschaikowsky, the program to in-1 for elude the Romeo and Juiet Over- ture. the Fifth and Sixth Sym- phonies, and other Tschaikowsky compositions Parshall will (five a brief lecture on the life and work of the composer and will interpret each composition played. • The concdrt i- <>r>e of a series t" tie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1940

PAGE TWO ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940 INTRAMURAL PHYSICAL Eagles Upset Lumberjacks in 49 to 47 Tilt Here Tuesday Night Hard Exciting; ^ 0u(pUy R#w, Brandts fhot Break* 26-24 / & %/ # By The leader If the old adage hold> true that it take* a colorful background t*> make a colorful man, then Marvin Fenn i well qualified for the jx>- sition he now hold* as director •>' intramural athletic* in this Col- lege Fenn has probably more metal- and trophie* than any other one person in this country, and has- proved himself an all-around ath lete ( ample- Freshman This i)< Fenn'# first year on this campus He did his Undergraduate work in th< Chicago YMCA Col- lege in the field of physical edutii tion. and came to this institution for graduate work W hile in the Windy City. Marvin took first place m swimming, ti ibling. hand hall, and tennis for two year- He was also swimming instructor at Uvde Park YMCA four years. Tennis &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1940

' •• "'ii ' MUSIC DRAMA THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1940 J2SSL College Show .For Saturday Is 'Lucky Night' "l.utky Niirhl," .mi- of ih«- best comedies of the year, starring Hub- ert Taylor and Myrna l.oy, will be the fiatuiv attraction at the Col lege show Saturday nijrht. The supporting cast in the production arc Joseph Allen, Henry O'Neill, and Douglass Fowley. The plot shows Myrna I,oy as a "streamline debutante" who irives tt all up when "boy meets girl." ' This time the girl turns out to he the cause for the "lucky nijrht." lit one night of fast stirring romance and gaity, Taylor and Loy win and lone a fortune togeth er, turn Coney Island insult* out, and to climax it all, get married The fa.tt tempo of the comedy keeps you on edge at all times, including a gangster sequence featuring Fowley. Supporting the show will he Floyd Graham's stage show, new real, and a animated comedy. 'Richard II' Given In Recording At Library The portfolio of thi- recordings...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1940

PAGE FOUR OPINIONS THE CAMPUS ( HAT, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1040 EDITORIALS Th« Campus Chat Editorial Office. Manual Arte 107 Telephone 1242 Published by The Teachers College Press Edlitorial) War* Czechoslovakia!! Girl Enrolled Hera Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sport# Editor Society Editor We Want To Fight We want to fi>rht! \Vt> an- tin- youths of America not Messrs. Milquetoast VVe want to fijjrht' Shookinir*' Pacifists arc weak and afraid, but we art not. \W an not afraid to die. Why .speak to us about blood> battle- frontx, of broken bones, of the scathing tonjrues of hard top-sergeants, and ot the drudgery and horror of war'.' That is the language of broken old men and the effem- inate of mind who want to >.ay home. What are the risks of cold torture com- pared to the dazzling warmth of glory' Can the pacifists offer glory'.' True, perhaps some of ut- will die. ter- ribly- unwept and unsung. Is that to de- ter us all? What are the heartbreaks a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1940

CLUBS P '1 FRATERNITIES THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1940 SORORITIES ACTIVITIES _ Sororities Plan Teas, Dances, Parties for Oncoming Rush Week Week Begins Next Sunday; Continues Until Saturday Tri-Kappas, Thetas, Kaghlirs, Phoreffs Lay Extensive Plans Carpenter Named Beta President For Semester Richards Club Has Valentine Dance in Lodge Gammadions Hear T Dr. Jack Johnson Last Tuesday The IZtceioinj Him February 29 I* Set Aside As Sadie Hawkins Dey Hera (•onion <ai|>eiitcr, aenior stu dent from Denton, wn.- reelected meeting of the ormtnizn H> MAKY WILI.AKII ' Dance*, coffees, tea*. «n<l in formal partie* will Ik- ffivvn in honor of sorority runhoen next week when Kappa Kappa kappa, I'hoieff, Kappa Theta Pi, and Kaifhlir sororities begin their rush week activities for thin semester. Kach sorority has two enter- tain menu scheduled during rush week. Rushees will tie voted on at meetings of the aomntic> February 26. IVi-Kappa* Iteuin Activities A c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1940

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940 Khwiif Minstrals Robert Taylor to College On February 23 The fourteenth annual Kiwanu flub minstrel ahow, which changes business men to colored men for a nifffet, will be presented from the fttairt- of the College auditorium, February 2S, at H:lfi o'clock, co- director* Ben lvey end Floyd Graham announced Wednesday. Graham, professor of music Ht NT. TC, will N'rvf an master of Ceremonies while his orchestra, the Ace# of Collegeland, will furn- mh the music The Kiwanis show him become famous throughout thi* part of the country liecauac of its contri- butions to the work of tho Denton Kiwanis Clinic for the crippled As in the past, funds from the show will iro to further work in the clinic. The Ki wants-sponsored clinic is receiving widespread attention from Kiwanianr at Gainesville, Wichita Falls. Sherman, Dallas, and Fort Worth. Glamour Girl CONTINUED FROM PAGF 1 purchase or payment and nil the voter has to do is to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1940

The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers Collaga in the United States—Half e Century of Progressive Service to Texas and the Nation—1940 FOURTEENTH YKAK NUMBER 20 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1940 Z790 TELEPHONE Hit Coming To TC Auditorium Tonight t Benefit Performance Reviews Past Shows, Has Local Favorites "(irnllmn. be seated'" Ami with that an old-fashioned, black-faced minstiel, complete with chorus. end men, specialty num- ber*, ami general fun-making, will get uniler way in the main audi toriuni tonight at 8:15 ' The occasion will lie the piemen tation itf the fourteenth annual Kiwanis ir nstrel show under the sponsorship of the I teuton Ki wanis Club, all proceeds to go foi the support of the Kiwanis Chil ilren's Clinic for underprivileged children Former -tars of the past l.'t shows, anions which are movie stars Joan Klondell and Ann Sheri- dan. will have their place in the fourteenth show presented tonight. Minstrel R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1940

PAGE TWO ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1940 INTRAMURAL PHYSICAL El III Eagles Meet Lions in Final League Tilt Tonight Clfpintf r Tops Smooth San Marcos Hands UndtfttUd Eatt TtxiniEag,el FiWl * CL , - . Conference Loss Shandsmen Gunning For Tough Easteners; Adams vs. Carpenter v The Denton Kagle* dropped their fifth conference iramt of the #ea- *< n Monday m<rht when the San Marco* Bobcat* suddenly took life and downed the Shandsmen in an exciting 41-3t melee, played on Bobcat territory By dropping the trame to the Native* Mm! Shofyrt Sportsman's Cinder Scorchers la 'Mural Feature ToJayj},^ Top Form In Time Trials 4 PaWaU Wall*. D... f ■ Ace Guard Champa Crowned Ne*t Week The intramural baaketbal! race will be brought to a finish nex' Wednesday raght in Harris* iryrr. immediately following the jrame between the varsity B team and James K Wilson Co. of Dallas Semi -final games will be played in the same gym Tuesday night Interest will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1940

Is I' I th<> mci Muli . for I' ■uni.x I | . OUt- I I 1 I ' Hid I iket I Lane Sisters' Second Hit At College Show Hi-inguif together again the i'i * mill the directoi which made "Four l*aughter " such a memorable event on Inst season's Hcreen pro- gram, "daughter- Courageous" cemcs I« the r«||c(tf show Satur ilny night. Mi-ailing its cast arc John liar Held ar.il I'riscilla Lane, with a notable ->u|)|iortinK group of play ii' including thr two other l^ne ii K, Rosemary ami Lola, Gale I'ayv, Fay Bainter. Jeffrey l.ynn, Claude Kama, May Robnoii, anil I lick Foran. Ml of ihr cuat of "Four I'uuK'h I11-" an- prevent mram, with the . HiMitiun hi Kay IthtWr In th«* n>le of i hr young and modern mother of thi' four jrirls and 1' maid Crisp ah her stolid, middle-aged fiance. The story is a little different in that tin- time, as noted jiIm• v«-. the jfirls have a mother, and it is tin mother's problem which primarily concerns the family. She is about to remarry when her first husba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1940

PAGB rout OPINIONS THE CAMPUS rHAT. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1940 JPTOWAIS Th« Campus Ch«f Manual Arte 107 Telephone 1842 Editorial) Wards If Tk#s« Art Your F##t; You'r# A Lawn Walkar Published by The Teacher* College Pree* ,ly dUfcig the college year by the North Te Published weekly student* of the North Texas StaU Teacher* Col- leg* Entered as second-claas matter December 8. 101 A. at the poet ofi'e at Denton, Tex*.*, under the act of Ifnrch 3, 1879. Subscription Rate*, Delivered by Mail One college year $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association of airplane whet'ls behind every tret'. Also, IfeMher of A«ociat«d Collegiate Press lht' Li>l AbnfPa will find what a game of Si KAM; ITS SADIE! Next week a gal will sprite from behind every buah that a male passes. Sadie Hawkins has stayed home for four years waiting...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1940

CLUBS. FRATERNITIES THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1940 tssasm ACTIVI Sororities Feature Novelty Parties and Dances in Rush Week PHoreff Dane* Tonight Culminates Activities - • 4 ♦ Theta s, Tri Kappas, Kaghlirs, Entertain Twice for Rushees Rimh week entertainment* for eumpuR sororities will he conclud- ed tonight l>y the Phoreffs' "come- as-you-are" dance at the TSCW College Club, and voting on pledge will take place at the various so- rority meetings Monday night. The other Teachers College so- rorities, Kaghlir, Kappa Theta Pi, and Kappa Kappa Kappa each en- tertained twice during the week for their rushees. Phoreffs Have Mt. Vernon Coffee A Mount Vernon coffee, carry- ing out a patriotic theme was tfiven by the Phoreffs Monday evening at the Phoreff house in honor of 2.r> rushees. Piano selections were played by Loretta Smith during the evening, and Shirley Taylor served a coffee course of red, white and blue rib Ixin sandwiches, canapes, mints, pickles...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1940

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 March 1940

The Campus Chat m FOURTEENTH YEAH 1890—Ur9#tt State-Supported TeecKer* Cifafi in tfc« United Stefe —-He# « Century of Progressive Service to Texet end tHe Notion— 1940 NUMBER 21 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1940 Z780 Tm College Plays Host to Scouts On Exploration Day This Week Scouts Prom 18 Troops4 * I Numbering 275 Will Spend Day on Campus Two hundred seventy-five Don- ion County scouts from IK troops ! and their scoutmasters have re ceived special invitations In at tend a Scout Day to la- held at ■•thr Collect' Saturday, March 2. The day, which is being desig nated as an "exploration day," is Iteing sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, scout service organization at the College Ii will permit mem hers of the IN Denton County troops to inspect the College cam pus and lo "explore" different de pnrtment* on the campus which are of especial interest to them. Troop* Divided The visitors will lie divided into -uch classifications as scout "en gineers." "a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 March 1940

ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1940 INTRAMURAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION Shandsmm Upset Lions in Thrilling 52-38 Battle Last Friday Eagla Thinly-Clads Ma at Frosli Squad Saturday ««_ J--J P!-Li Uf... A.,1 I l^n% Ta Traunca ET Champions */ # Xf % tcXAl Plr^nrlW t ' Curtain Down At thin writing there has been only one game played iti the fi- nal round of liasketball bet wren the two survivor*. Jimmy Savage's Carpenter Gains Eleven Points; Ties LSC Scoring Record Handing their bitterest rivals their only conference def<at of the season, Coach Pete Shands' inspir- ed Kittle- sent highly humiliated Lion quintet back to Commerce Friday night, on the short end of an impressive 52-38 score A gym-packed pro up of fren- zied fans sa\v the Eagles enter the contest in the role of underdoes, but quickly break into an early ^aiiu* lead, and fight d-perately to hold the margin that changcd Natives Turn Back Tom Cats In Play-Off Tilt 30 to 22 Perk, Phillips Spark ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 March 1940

-—wyas. DRAMA 1MB CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TBXA8. FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1940 It 11 hi* (hoy liict fat [a! |t in t« in K'ht Itlr Iflll >rt pas nh I jf |r-. II Mr Id. I I'" lot Col 1*9* Show Is 'Hardy Gets Spring Fever' Mickey Rooney Stars In Another Hardy Picture Saturday Mickey Rooney fall* in love HKMin in th«* seventh Hardy Family series. "Andy Hardy Gets Spring Ki'Vfr," rominit to the College show Saturday night This time it'h with hi* high school dramatic* teacher, played hy Helen Gilbert. I.owi* Stone contin- ued as the judge, Kay Holden as the sympat hotic mother, Cecilia Parker ax winter Marian, and Sarah Haden as the knowing Aunt Milley. Ann Rutherford is, of course, still An- dy's true love in the role of Polly Benedict. • Back m Carvel, after their De- troit trip, the Hardy Family runs into a new set of problems. The Judge is told l>y t n crooked pro ,motors that some aqueduct prop- erty he holds and believes to he worthless, is actually a rich source of aluminum. Judge Check...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 March 1940

PACK rout OPINIONS THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH I. 1940 Tlit Campus Chat Manual Arte 107 Telephone IMS ▼ EQT2MAJ4 Pvbliahed by The Teacher* College Preu Ed(8ior?al) Wards By KA f KUW ARM Who Wouldn't Eat For Thosa Girls? m am ■■ _ . I I students of the North Texas. State Teacher# Col- lege. Entered as second-class matter December 8, ltf 16. at the poet office at Denton, Texas, umlei the act of March 3, 187D. Subscription Rates, Delivered by Mail One college year $1.00 Advertising rale* furnished on application Right to declinc any adxertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisement#. 2c per word per insertion. Membei of Texas Intercollegiate Cress Association Meniiter of Associated Collegiate Press Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc. Edward* Polly Anna Hadgctt Kditor Associate Kditor Sports Fill i lor Sports Kditor Society Editor Columnists: Woodrow Ray Anna Woodrow Pinkerton James McCary Mary Wiilard Pinkerton, Virginia Paty, Betty Ann Madgcr. and J...

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