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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1940

MUSIC mama THE CAMPUS CHAT. DEN'TON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 8. IS40 fWW ear; ' >ated 1 IMli\ 'd-d ri j| the tend MIA hen uir (if. ■rent . Usl> rt, a h o in . Texas « lily, in.! by w i I' ftetiii.r I* probnli Hi is pin it In il uugh ' s ht'oftt'l of St r, Dm ed baci. 1 No : allow ii e Mo are WliviH Ma!,i f- 4 •• nd Fa h ch t't>t 1 efeat- : No 9 • ■I I • Capacity Audience 'Gone With the Wind' Comes to Texas Theatre Hears A Cappella Concert Program Singing before an almost capac- ity audience, the Denton A Cappel- la Clmir made its lirst ipptturinor • • I the l'.l'ift-l'MO season, on this campus, in the main auditorium hi h 15 p.m. Wednesday, March UO. The March UO concert marked thi forty-fifth performance for th> -miring group of the year, ac- cording to 111 Wilfred C. Haiti, head of the College music depart- ment and director of the choir. The choir opened the program with the rendition of "Tenchrac Faciac Sunt" liy Palestrina. Foi lowing this openini! song the eho- t;,l t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1940

If PAGE POtn OPINIONS THfc CAMPLE l HAT. DKNTON. TKXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 5. l 40 \ i I-! i i \ , ItoCmr*CM E.(i. . „ w , Otw Manual Alto ItT if'IWnil Tiliakm liitf ■flBHSBBBIf Museum Obtains Old Timepieces latea, Delivered by Mail yaar ... . . fi-00 Mlitllaiag wtw fumuheo on application Bight t decline any advertmement is mervad. Oaui ^ adeem. HMttbcr oi 7 ■4*art e.aeata. 8c per word per insertion W Texas Intercollegiate Press Association lf—iboi of Associated Collegiate Press it d by National Advertising Service, Inc. Hay Kdwards Polly Anna Badgett Woodrow pinkerton James Mct'ary Mary WillarJ I Woodrow Pinkerton. Virginia Paty, ,y Ann Fladger. and Joe Met ab«\ r : Oneta Ashley. Myrtle Scale. Charles Lee Hinton, John Thontaaen. Silas John; on, rt Schuirrmg. Nell Suddath. Fay Cooper, nlia Currey, Peg Truman. Don Lohoefner, ■ Walker. Dorothy Harris, Mm Anne Outer. Dorothy Robinson. Charles Danieron. Kathryn Lang, and James Mcl'ary Buainees Manager Raymond K oar by Acuity Sponsors J.D Hal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1940

CLUBS FRATERNITIES THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1940 i252E$! A9TtvlTBt PAGE * \ Phoreff Sorority Schedules Club's Annual Dinner-Dane* Moving Picture Theme' Utt C*tOi HC a MM ♦ <5 • * To Be Featured Throughout Program A group of pscudo -Hollywood celebrities will on the program I>i-esentcd ill the fifth Hnnuul formal (tinner dance given by tin- Phoreffs hi the T. S. C W'. dining room nt !:ir> on Saturday evening, April il The theme of n motion picture review will he carried out, even to having the script writer*. France* Stallcup, president of tlir organization, say* that .she in expecting several former members of the soiority to lx- present. A foreword will he given hy Prancc Stallcup, recognition of script writer- hy Rachel Wilkin*, acknowledgement hy M.irthelle .lones, to producers hy Mildred Brock, senpt hy Mary Jo Stone, and title by Mary Blanche Smith, and tlir academy award hy Mrs. Myrtle Hardy. Tlic producci will he Frances Stallcup; associate pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1940

m I 4 I If PACK SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL S. 1940 DlAlli May Enter ASCAP Contests ^r<iRaitatiAn pAunfiAfl * rv/unovVj ly Victor Horbort To Rovool Talent Student* in colleges. univeraitim>. unci normal schools throughout the country are eligible to onter the American Society of Composer*. Author* anil Publisher* (ASCAP) Fellowship Compelition for aont powers and authors of college muni- owl piny*, according to a letter re ccivad by Ur Wilfred C. Bain from Ur. S. Stevenson Smi t h, ASCAP educational councilor, who visited t h« campus January 1? The entire country has been divi- ded into fight nones, in each of which in established an annual Fellowship of $720 for the creator or creators of the winning work. Founded h> Herbert ASCAP was founded in lit.' by Victor Herbert as an agency for the protection of his fellow work ors" copyrights in the field of crea tive music. Herbert's successors in ASCAP, now numbering 1,200, hop. this Competition may reveal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1940

r •al me ■ * ih u mural fU'l'MdOM hi.s Nit' to tWn \ Jays (i h rk«ir s«t out . ng run 1 score In thi little I >rtsto|i count H The Campus Chat a j,< -m <>t UTKKNTH YKAK 1890 L«f9««t S+«t«-Suppor+ d TMclwra CotUfl# in Mm United Stete«—H.tf a Cw.tury of *•*•**• Sarvic* te Tmm and Mm Nation—1940 NUMBKK 26 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 12, 1940 Z730 TELEPHONE IMS T. C. Debaters Win Honors At Tennessee Tournament even I Hen ,J connii ! the ,1 <Mu h •r trif ' Kin! ilf of unit T >ring the am wing com up of n thi noil wire i W! ntuiriei xplai grow onl\ 0 t.i fted L T Dyche, Faw, Timblin, Williams Take First, Second Place Honors I'rirtn ipating in the Southern h Teachers' Association i,;inient held in Chattanooga, . m i . four Teachers College hater plin i . out of the seven divi enteml Among the places a If.) the student debaters ami -inkers were one first and . cond places. Hetty lane Timblin placed first ii. final tanking;* of the wo- r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1940

PAGE TWO EDITORIALS THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 12. 1 40 OPINIONS r I Ihi 1 TK« Campy Off IMS 107 Ed(itorial) Wards Grand Old Man Observes Eighty-Fourth Birthday Publiahed by The Teachers Collar* Praaa Br BAT BDWi Published weekly dunnr the college year by the student* of tha North Texas Stat# Teacher* Col- late. Knterad a* second-class matter Decern bar 8, 1B16, at the poat office at Denton, Texas. undar the act of March 3, 1870 Subscription Rat«a. Delivered by Mail One coliafe yaar $1.00 Advertising rata* furnished on application Right to decline any advertisement la reaarvad. Classi- fied advertiaementa, 2c per word par insertion. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Mem bar of Asaociated Collegiate Preas Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc. Edward* Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sports Edltoi Society Editor Columnists Woodrow Kay I'olly Anna Badgett Woodrow pinkerton James McCary Mary Willard Pinkerton, Virginia Paty. Batty Ann ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1940

ATHLETICS RU'RIAIION TMf CAMTV OH AT PI VTON TSXA5 FMHUT JLP*IL II l*e * '"MM.iU ttn<j it)| l^'M ill i, i I'll P*rtunpu lOVelty i . Hovcitv 'ltli s , Sportsman s Eagle Trackmen Ceed Hard-Orrvifvg E#gie Tenuis Star [Tally Up Top-Heavy Score _ .. . In Three-Way SMU.TCU Moot MTHAMUUl FeU Up >c- .<*■ > 3* Ji oo+ i i04t4 / tfoei i l I K i *t J p N a". P J*y* rap per* ' -V mOnS earkats dut • «■ '"■an* •*" tflll !«■** ler's thriMrtw t now. and 'abbed as a i up or tap ide*' itnded W xl i W T U ng wont an ralloped the r.kees by a * Tho Ga.- ^u' Erv-.-. ng* showed ,* w- rtiffer V arjity 1 akfs First In Every Event Except Shot Put <we*r >tg through the thiw way •rack and (told nwi held ant ualh North Texa*. S M ^ 1 t . I .*ach ('hoc Sports "'.an * \ "J; Texas (King Kagle- e4ertiv«4y pushed aside their >p >««er?s to rapture tap honors hi the varsity and freshman '.11V ji i • f ' neing rirst place m all event* except .«ne, the shot |>ut t he* senior Fagies compiled a t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1940

PAGE POUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 12.1940 mmmaam South Sm Island Setting It Kaghlir Formal Thorn* Held L nnor in Hall, * Dane* at Club; Ext i Virginia City' Expectad to Return Hu (I eceiiHnj JLm* Sm Goozlo Fraternity Holds Annual Goodwill Banquet Shown in Park "South S««« Island Magic" will be the therm- of the seventh annual Kaghlu formal dinner dance sched- uled for Saturday night. April 13, from 7:15 until 12. Thr crystal room at Marquis hall will be the aoene fur the dinner after which guests will retire to tht* Country Club for dancing to the music of Floyd Graham's Aces of College- land" A number of ex Katrhlirs will return for this affair. Miniature natives arming palm trees will form center pieces for thr tables The theme will be car- ried out in menus, place cards, nut cups, and programs Each person present will wear a lei lashioned after the style of those worn by natives of the South Sea Inlands Jackson lie*pond Jerry Jackson will give a re- sponse i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

pre l-'.ts I Ik Iti w c flu In. |'tr 1 < i Hi ch |l > ( J *' 1 1m A I / H The Campus Chat .v. 1 1890—Largest State-Supported Teeehert CoMtf in Umi United States—He# a Century of tofrmato Soviet to Tomc and the Notion—1940 KOt'KTKKNTH YEAR Nl'MHRR 27 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 18,1940 Z7S0 TELEPHONE lMt College 0olden Jubilee Activities Start Tonight Operetta by Mamie Smith to Be Staged In Main Auditorium Tonight and Friday Cast Consists of 100 Singing, Dancing, Acting Student Roles Opening a four-day Culmination H i >'k program. the performance of Mamir Smith'.- original operetta, "Ki Tor." is scheduled to begin tonight ut h o'clock in the main auditorium The dramatic-musical effort will he produced two nights, i April 18-1 It, for the benefit of the capacity crowds expected to attend the show. 'I'h'' cast, which consist,® of some 100 students and ex-students, is headed by Janice Franklin, soprano from Wichita Falls, and Richard Chamb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

pack two so*o mes ACTIVITIES THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. CLUBS FRATERNITIES Pi Phi Annual Formal Planned For Ex«i This Saturday Night Wright Continued from surinfly that "^olleir*- socials are Allowed no private parties." Perhaps for the benefit of fresh- men, the formidable regulation* war* concluded with, " In questions of doubt, consult the president or a professor." College Orrhentra By 18J>7. in the administration of M. R Terrill, the extra-ourric ular activities were enlarged by s 17-piece College orchestra and n Mandolin and Guitar Dub, open U> student* in the TNC conservatory of music. Picture* of both orfrani aations, complete with bustles and high-top shoes, may be seen in th< modern College's museum Presi- dent Terrill and his wife partici pated in the orchestra, along with students and other faculty mem bers. By the advent of a new century, the school had organized debating and historical societies, including the "Oratorical Association." The women students ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

of d«y lum an rom lul< ent. the •M lir- thi- dy. ur >Iih es Local System Of Filing Is Efficient All Records Kept In One Big Book In Early TC Days Dozens of file* which line the walls of the registrar's office at the College enable the co-ed who <iuit school in favor of u career in marriage or the boy who slop- ped to "help the folks back home" ton years aif" to return to NTST(' and "take up where they left off" on degree work A striking contract to the nio- dern filinic system at the College which demand' the attention of I' K Mi h' tiald, registrar, two t'ull-time assistants, and several student worker*, i- the large 24 by 2i( inch book preserved in the reg istrar's office, which recorded the 511 students enrolled at the Col- lege back 111 MM. Minute ( heck The registrar office this year keeps tali i>ii the telephone num- bers, local and home addresses, class, schedules, «-tt on X\Ti stu- dents registered th,. College from MS-'t counties of Texas, 20 states outside Texa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

PAGE POUR EDITORIALS THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 18. 1940 OPINIONS Th# Campus Ch«f Editor ml Offi.. Manual Art* 107 CCM ITOridl / "drflS Telephone 124i.' —— ————— Published by The Ttmchi'M I olli'gf Press RA\ KUW AKi)N Seven Presidents Have Served the College Published wecklv during the college yeat by the students of the North Texas State Teachers Col- tor-. Knttftd as wi ond i lu. - matter I >ecembor K, 191(1, at the p mt off iii at Denton, Texas. under the art of March |k79 Subscription Rates, Delivered by Mail One col I eg i yeai $1.00 Advertising tatcs furnished or application (tight to de< lim any advertisemont is reserved Classi- fied «<t\ ci tisements, 2c per word pet insertion. Mi inU i fT«\as lnterrollegiate Pr*8ii Association Mcmkier of \-s.„ lated Collegiate Pip** Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc. Editor Ray Edwards Associate K'iitor Polly Anna Badgctt Sport* Fditor Wood row Pinkerton Sports Editor James McCary Society Editor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

|hat .1111 lie faille l< 11 ( - ■. |c IICW (whili' I ' • if oditoi I .till 11.. in her ill the jry thut IBt Will l> It' ..I of one played Urn in, I'll tall I ' I 11111-1 lich J<> •hate fancy rard to | ■ ■. i.. dumb l-aliil.i |:i't ... she's 11' III | • nt. |riing a no | i I'm a team I ' Wei I in tin' |90's in., it in - |i ■■ ■ 1 ll ad I •I v.-.| | thr ■xa*. IV "f 1 tha I • It nt kill ^ |\v: t \ l,y It. 11. |MM V IT) I m< i*neii I i at. J mi' |an<< it ni imr Nth In«> > I in ra Li •• In* l > [•a- lint •cl. lit I <' i (I 11 ii ];,t 111. Ixl lit L: THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 18,1940 PAfit Fallows Have Similar Idtu To Dads' About Woman "She must cook sin- must be written on the board, and the girl* pretty we don't want her to have took note*. Then a vote win taken, too much intelligence " thus the V U„„ r MT.Tr K ry '!nly the c4h r tU,ri,t1ic" un!n'; "tudents of the College were avail- Co,l#f that ' th« record of the young men of \ I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

FAUl IIZ RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL IS, 1S40 INTRAMURAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION Trackmen Meet Rice, LSU in Houston Saturday Will Not Run; Go to Kifltn Pictures Tell Story of Ch«ng« in Women's Sports 8CHEDULF (liimrk Begin at 4 p. m.) Blur (North Field) Thursday Top Flints Vs .lay* Friiiay Karthworms vs Rompers Outlaw, Williams Carry Eegle Burden; Relays Set to Go Minus the services of two star performers, Coach Choc S| orts- man's Kagle circle-boys move into Houston Saturday to engage in one of the most outstanding track anu field meets ever held in the Southwest. It's only a triangular affair -but one which packs a load of dynamite at cach angle of the triangle. Wayne and Blaine Rideout. Kb trie standbys who would have cinched the team some 1ft or 16 points, passed up the cut throat competition at Houston for the more nationally-known Kansas Re- Monday- Top Flights vs. Rough- lays at Lawrence. Kansas necks Tuesday Natives vs. Rebels Wednesday Top Flight v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

MUSIC DRAMA THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURf " VY, APRIL 18.IMO JOOKi m First President Pioneered Field In Education J. C Chilton, first president of the North Texas State Teachers College, who founded the nation's largest state supported teacher's rolkge, was also a pioneer in ed- ucational theory. Chilton, along with A. 1). Mayo, founder of 'he ETSTC and other progressives, advanced the then revolutionary theory that the pro*- pective teacher should study to he a Hacher, with special preparation in the science of teaching rather than train a "general" education, with a smattering of all the arts and perfection in none. This phase of Chilton's career, as revealed by A. S Keith, student in the 1080 class and today in- structor in the Demonstration School, determined in a large part the policies of the infant Normal. According to Keith, the education- al theory advanced liy Chilton and his fellow thinkers was known as the llolbrook school of thought. The modern "student teaching...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

££. EIGHT NORTH TKXA.n s i A IT I I.A< ii U> t oU.KtiK, DKXTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1940 Phyiicil Plant CMLaaaiua ^■>nnitn wiOwxn > - Home Ec Majors Attend REA School In City Institution . . .. More than 75 Teacher* College •ton,-. whose exterioi prwnU th, ^ economiet aU).ndt.(i triumph of architect in«.mb.n.n« (h(. foar.(, Kural El^triflction utility and beauty' to 1ft brick and ...l, Hed One Buiying Fifty Years Ago, H«t 32 Present From a two-atory structure of brick and (tone, which early Collage bulletin* described a* "an elegant two-story structure of brick and Progress in Physical Planl of College Is Depicted utility and beauty | 17 frame structures Administration's the growth of the physical plant at !< ' such has been training school in the City Mall North Texas State Teachers Col- lege in its ftO years of existence The two-atory Romanesque style building referred to in early Col- lege bulletins housed the College until its first administration build- in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TCXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL II. MM C. Park Ann Sheridan, Mast Glamorous Es of the CoNege Rice Meet turned from page t> i, a baseball Held which wm mm a practice grid iron, u regu- football field for intercollegiate m, u complete Held and track lipmcnt, and u K<>y Scout hut. Track The present track field, which is fit with a v-drainage every H-10 and according to the concensus [opinion of engineer- is only one ph over u quartet mile, is recog- a.H the best truck in the Ithwest. County meet, regional Hi, class R meet, and intercol- iate track competition are held lually <>n the Teachers College Id Stars of th« Teachers Col- track field have been stute kmpionship winners Fort Worth fct Stock Show winner*, winners the Madison Square (iarden 1-8, members of the A AC team Europe, and are holders of world records set as the IVnn ys. lack in lit Hi, Bill Cooper, the ►sent football coach of the Hem- |t rut ion School I.ions, was work • out for football betw...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1940

PAGE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL It. 1940 Soloist Fk .vd Craham. (above), and hi* symphony orche«trs "ill hold a concert in thr main auditorium of tJir i ollegr next Sunday at .1 •'clock. ith Julia Smith. ex-stu- dent of thr College and former Juilliard scholarship holder, fea- tured a* piano soloist The concert will alao feature comp« *ilions by Jack Rodger* Jr.. e*-*tudent. Jud- *on Caster. senior mwic student here, and Harry K. Parshall. in xtructor in bra- at the College. Rodders "Moonlight >>n thr I am pus." from "t mpu- Suite." wa inspired hy thr I' C. campus (ira- ham and Julia Smith bath attended the College in former days. Gra- ham ha* been conducting the Teacher* College *tage band since he graduated, and is one of the best liked ma*ter* of ceremonies ever to appear on the stage of the Teacher* Collage auditorium. Golden Jubilee Continued from page 1 comic opera, the succeeding scene* cover the musical comedy he wrote, a satiric treatment < f the ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 April 1940

tin and nuch of sources it work, neriean \tiSocm Texan, Kttllisa nrit if assimi h hi,, given f the u• «< >\ hi- is it ft..1 • : i','iI. | CS Si ing at id rep njftnn. d, tin hicag' m me r s now OtlC of ig u rep con- I' eeived id his phi |Smith tha' I wit I- I l ' ir have |fa>! foi dlege The Campus Chat 1890—Largest Stete-Supporfed Teachers CoMega In tiw UnHtd Sktii Half a Century of PrefreMive Service fo Taxai and fha Notion—1940 . - .y fourteenth year NUMBER 28 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 26. 1940 Z730 TELEPHONE Math Tournay To be Held OnTC Campus Contests Begin Saturday. May 4; Stark Outstanding Tin- annual Southern Intercolleg- , uitr Mutheinntn A socmtion final t uu rna me lit vmII lie hi'lil on the cam- ' 11us of the College on Saturday, : Ma; '• tailing at o'clock The j 30 ruiiti slant - lepresenting the' four tegtotial w innei> in thi yearly tourney will meet and receive their first instructions to the conduct- ing of the cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 April 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, A PHIL 26. 1940 OPINIONS ak. 107 EcHitorial) Warck Th#r«M Corcoran as of 'El Tor* Collate Pm id wmMv during the college y«ai by the of th. North Tela* State Tedders Col |m. Entered as aeeoiHi-class matter HkwhI*i 8, 19)6, t Um pout oMcw at Denton, Texas. under the aet of March 3, l 79 Subscription Rates, Delivered by Mail On* collage ywi $1 00 Advertising rata, furntahed on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Classi- fied advertisements, fc per word per insertion. Member of Tesaa Intercollegiate Pre** Association Member of Associated Collegiate Pre a Ret reeented by National Advertising Service, Inc. •y RAY COWAAOS Editor A* <>ciaU> Editor Sport* Editor Sports Editoi Society Editor I Ray Edward* Polly Anna Railgett Woodrow Pinkerton James MrtHry Mary Witlard Columnist* Wood rear Pinkerton. Virginia Paty. Betty Ann Fladger, and Joe McCabe Reporter*: Oneta Aahley. Mrytle Neale. Charle* Cot, Lee Hinton, John Tho...

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