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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1927

THE CAMPU VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 16. 1927 NUMBER ! ■ < TOTAL ENROLLMENT REACHES 2,930 CAMPAIGN IS LAUNCHED PLAY HOUR TO TO BOLSTER ATTENDANCE ,!R G,VEN F()1{ Y. W. C. A. GROUP CONTEST LASTS UNTIL JULY 27 MEMBERS ARE DIVIDED INTO ELEVEN OROUPg — ATTEND- ANCE CHEC KED WEEKLY AND LOSERS ENTERTAIN NEW STl'DKNTS NOW TOTAL 177 FOUR CLASSES FOR LAST TERM DENTON EDITOR TALKS TO CHAT STAFF MONDAY 31 4RKINTRODUCED TO KAPPA DELTA PI FRIDAY Two Saturdays College classes will meet nix days a week this week and next week, it was announced by Dean MeConnell Thursday. It is necessary to meet six days dur- ing the week twice this term to meet the requirements of the various associations to which the College belongs, the Dean explained. After that a five day week will be followed. The sec- ond session got under way im- mediately following the close of the first term. No time was lost in the transition as in- structors met classes full hours Wedn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1927

pew A LOS (i THE WAY d fo Ml Mli HOI SE ularb to be bare- w of middle :u,h tit Inspired To Pot try About Harnwnica Music if ins Bi unci] Ik* | r«v*l PmblUbmi by *Jm> T«* "rn U* Mil ft* of mnti that made ! fte worm w i au*- he lived. ''Educatioa < other profession# have benefit# hi* wrvke, and humanity w Mora ■■|jjp!| Hds w *. I little |*KW(I nry tongue Hi. eoui ring ipirit, hi) thril lit afford themes for Is >ry II* is the tifuN ■MMVV 'fflM VMtiMI ail the yHtefiliyi I I mu)utud«-< must hav wonkw, < >. lleai Su ,t to Wl. • • 4 f * * MKMM.K r f X A 1 1***9 A Uw.* >lj fcj It i« no I.oftl JIM very motion picture that I ikmdU a U imori beyond the ordin -1 try moral platitude that every body iiioWk about before they *ee the *how. ■ OM.KOIATK ION rtin Uu *«* •* « QMNM Wfl '#■* iHJD ON. lm**ru€U0 mlr, H-alntm n . t. c. mmK/'' TlXi ' A5ST CT *yD v flEJo a ! rv DM AY, JULY l#. M d, and th« concluding way. We hav* THE I.A8T DR1VF. The first six week* of the Summer tern hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1927

w ■ t FANNIN COUNTY TOPS BASKETBALL TOURNEY nv •/ * v,)T ,s TENNIS DOUBLES BFATEN 18-16 F0R NKXT WKEK MONDAY NIGHT — .11 MORS TAKE ALL-COLLEGE MEET FRIDAY TESTS FOR PIN GIVEN AT POOL ON SATURDAY ri.alto team beats loc als lllfeUM PUYHM TO ENTER PLAY AG AHf AM AS.* Ot'T EROI OK t FANNIN l!PI FEAT "Fl AR8VMB TOURNEY 1ETS DOPE TO 1>E- KK fi LEAD lead in Monday m Van in i 111F ty has! A" hen its by an e nalui i While AND IN arly LHIlIf lid Thi has n b* shu tt i U ID .!u i had all lar fa its games to (late, atige of Van Zandt lent popu- or to a victory for the Free Staters. The game was marked by brilliant play on both sides, and es- pecially by the tenacious defense put up by the Fanninites. The result was in doubt throughout the entire game, and according to tournament director .1. B. Griffith a better brand of basketball was played than has hither- to been seen in the intramural meet. A large and enthusiastic crowd of rooters viewed the clash between the league leaders. Other Games...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1927

■a*., - SOCIETY CIA liS /'resident of Summer St nior ( lass Pays (ON I KS I L \STS College Expenses Largely as Table-Hop H\ WALKER Ki \l>s (Y ardens PAfl LTV PARTY HELD TUESDAY M IL .Jl !A 27 Co> im r Sci< net J eacher Here Hi lat( s | College Historical Facta in Letter t | College High Aotes By ISABEL EDWARDS - + t / I' m ■ Mi tn*r fwi-.ii <r <1im of the College w riot verify that ©pinion. The fa> JiariMiw Hji.i worked his way thr college largely independent of out aid. haw taught, Khun! five year*, taken m prominent part in the tri curricula activities of the school, ISITP hi: ITAI1 'LAN INSTI OS CAMP n to .fur H of II I) In Ui. El.I IIA1 CO I pk; Ml de of by Morys'appreciatioii for these lovely The t -gram for the evening oon- iiated at a contest, "Aik Me Anoth- er," led bv Norm Benson. Eula Dendy, and Berniee Gordon; a lini-wng led by Isabel Armistead, nccuntpanied by Mrs, Taylor; a piano solo, "Country Gardens,' by Marion Burnett? Following thin Mix* Ruby Walk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1927

>lume xi north texa; tatk teachers college, dkn texai Ci ay 1<y iii mb e m < I } ■0. RECORDS SHATTE WATERMELON MASTER DYER SPEAKS TO COM HIT C'if'ICAL CLUB MONDAY m mam TIVAL SET FOR PREDICTS LAW FORCING WRAP DRY CLEANING ilEDDEliS SHOWS RIGHT REGALIA ! FOR GRADUATES W. B. FISH Bl'RN OF FORT WORTH IS SPEAKER AT MEET- ING OF MASTERS' CHEMICAL| SOCIETY (By Margaret Mehaffey) ''Many diseases are caused Sn the children's wrappers, that are seldom dry cleaned and are hung on the same racks at school," W. B. Fishburn of Fort Worth, stated in his address to the members and guests of W. N, Masters' chemical society at the col- lege club house on Monday evening ,jVag displayed by models, at 7:45 o'clock. "The day will come, i jn bgeinning Prof. Medder. he continued, "when these clothes brief history of costuming, will be inspected regularly and they stating that from the remotest times will be required to be dry cleaned, costuming has been used as a means This will decrease the deat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1927

ft rm bad t* IUJNd Tin: WAY L'AN HOLD LM<!\ Si'l.K DINNER TUESDAY Sitifjer H ednesday firinf/H Greeting* From West Texan ro AWE ! J. R. Mt AT AMfM ■ u Oftl i m* IA I i1f — - . M| lUry L**i 41 INTKIC' A S«- ■fMMarf k <>■* ■>> <•' Um C« k. It WxjOWJN, iw o N«dr, Bu«i< Itt tit, T 0. I AT ION Bu H" I f.BUI A I t It to b«- a dam lie fti t that W trial to select bar of thinga. ia on thr verj >mI literature, he pa«t editor* Ifc lot ot BUM H Mt Col- IilU 1MM lam XAi ;.')H u Sitf •/ *\ IATUR0AY. JULY it*. IW7 * of a golden uu< r maybe the wort together with th< nttdAtaiiift of the preaent wiiftf ed tor ii reaching t fruition in in* | < reaaed interest. But, be that M it 1 may, the Avent* atoek aeema to have taken a boom. All the copy ha* been I turned in since July 10, There wa* a | wealth of material, and there will be never*I innovation* in tbla iaaun, that will go toward the production of a better magaxine for the College. More power to the A veata! ATTEND...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1927

V I VAN ZANDT REGAINS TOP BERTH IN TOURNEY PLAY F IN (OI NTY TI MBLES AFTER LOSS TO DENTON FEEE STATE" CAGERS ABC AGAIN LRABiSi IN BASKET B VLL CONTESTS BETWEEN EIGHT COUNTIES* GIHL'S TENNIS TOl'RNKY STARTS ELIMINATION EAGLES DEFEAT OILER NETFERS III in SATl RDAY THE ROOKIE B> I). V. Uhrary Is (liven (h and Rush H eek Ii( fore Term Ends Versatile Penman Row Writes Cards For Summ< r Students I nder Shade Trees < i. CLASSICS WILL WEED OUT LOSERS PLAY OFF FOR CH \X PIONSHIP—8 INGLES NOW S( HEIHTED FIRST fK'ALC BRUM FORI WORTH FLAYERS B1 WINNING FIVE OF SEVEN MATCHES ON LOCAL COURTS fla t«i l) it t ii r mu W«i Hut a cri po ba foi Za ed fr< inter- its Thf t< hi w« 4:4 p. m, I for both!. -.day, July 20, a 'Inns have worked o louhles and singles. Th .'for singled will be elir Miss Wilkerson. mana*ei I nis stated. The singles will be e crowd, in Fort Roth ing d W< ve of the tilts. re re played on the loeal re witnessed by a fair rn meet will take place in the near future, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1927

SOCJBTY t CUBS - '•?? t= J W \TKKMl U>N K I VS'I III I I si s.i \^ \rrKRNCMIN IIOI It Sl.l VT CM B Mill IIOI R I' BE !TY UBRAR\ GKTS RECENT liOOKS H< VTIO.WL %WI HIHTORI PI'BLICATIONH ON NEW UWT WKSTA COPY TO BE SET I P 15V WEEK-END <Ce PMT* 1) Mary Pa even*. pti HONOR ACCORDED BlISS COWLING IX y, TEACHER INVITED READ «iE«K.RAPH% PAPEI IIKIORI; rot'Nd. History Clan* Hear Loral Newspaper Man Lecture on Texas (load II ill Tour Dr McKay's cltuw in Mistor; 32.'! VERNA OAK AND FHED COFFEY L ... ,k„ TO MAMNY SUNDAY. JULY M rill itn. 'iitally a el liege urul ru Tl> HE MrKINNKY V I i Mil \ > I I > I IV •. STATE HOI HE HOAHDEBt WAY ERMELON EE AST HAVE pro at Mlt Tli the ■a v. w c. ENTER* mi A. fiMUH \RK A IN Ell THURSDAY An (iRoaual meal Mat*- Houm lx>ar<! vening, July IS, t our wan Iriiwforwefi vnn served the % on Monday en t he supper ' into an inform- havi Other Ixxil Eekle* an# by Jam** J niv«raart<Mt Atwrdin Imp nr. mil' |)iwmlru a w ink librar Kca'l hook ia r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 July 1927

I 1 [7 J VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1927 HEAR WEAVER McKINNEY MINISTER TALKS TO JOINT MEET OK TWO ORGAN- IZATIONS ON PLAY ABOUT CHRIST'S LAST WEEK "The passion |>lay wax no true to the Scripture: the action wan in such complete accord with the Scriptures, that I came away from the tabernacle where it was given, feeling as if I had been in a holy place." Dr. Clifford S. Weaver pastor of the First Christian Church, McKinney in an address made before a joint meeting of the Mary Arden Club and Y. W. C. A, Wednes- day evening at 8:00 o'clock. First Acted in 16:13 "The Passion Play was first given in 1633, about four hundred years ago. It came about as the result of a plague which occurred in the little village of Oberameragau, Germany which was bringing death to many of the inha- bitants. To check the plague, the twelve elders of the city said in the behalf of the village that if the pla- gue were stayed, the people of Ober- ammeragau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 July 1927

MM S f- it to it! y<Mi wild • r«* « •«*& .luUtl )1 iHinfi nurehes af DtateH. j preach*r Mkl that , to * prraefc a 1 reli®MjH t h church ought to ft ; thMflfcivfty in community ral • UR he merely an ariunatat t«< ! ruck as «w h*«* here * < xxpcntM.v ft Is true that Ha has (mm running ,. with A. A. ftuunpionihtji t M-h y* * have been wanting ■U7I* th* AMP CHAT j> •*■ * il« *' -iT 7T- <- Yy " . >. **■ • i I favoite sfkurt of tit* K*g!«w ami t hey cttwtatrauxl on that more thai, any . <>th<-r spelt ami consequently we haw ' had winning, team* ft take* * chain- j ; pt«<ri*hifi in a branch at sport for a' ! nchooi to besoms *uprem* in thai : branch of *p«rt, a* # the M 4tf Kan r« Mux > W|!«l ijbM KH*br : m * IN P*S«f ASSOCIATION rn M4 tor att'lnu W <k. W rW> To I R. ttMRIMI. Jm O. W<*hr. B*ti ju, It* T C. SfibB T,^.vi>v; ^ ASS FRIDAY, JULY 2ti, 1927 •*. •awiuvn . i * " 1 '"I.1 ' 1 METZEMTHIN LIKES t?« THr ffijwltew at «>ur professor W. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 July 1927

4 / t PARKER COUNTY DEFEATS COLLIN CAGERS TUESDAY (IHM.S'SINGLES NOW COMPLETED 4—— TIE V AN ZANDT FOR TOP PLACE P V 31-19 WIN TWO TEAMS ARK EVEN FOR FUST HOIMl IN BASKETBALL TOIRNKY — PAKE EE FIVE —TAKE TUESDAY TILT 'LAI SWIM PROGRAM AT POOL FRIDAY P \STOM INK ON GEOWTE 8WIMM1NU (ilVBM BY DOLPHIN,S OF CHAMPIONS SKI.EC BY PROGRESS OF RUMINATION single* elimination in Wl TED THE ROOKIE By D. V. art by Mi Parker county hammered out well-earned victory over Collin Coun- ty last Tuesday night, which tied them with Van Zandt County for first- place honors in the inter-mural basket- ball contest. The wore was 31 to 19. The Parker county boys were able to secure a safe lead in the early fit ages of the game anod maintain it, however, the Collin County lads threatened seriously to reverse the tables during the third period. The A pantonine entitled "How Swim- ming Grew up," was given at the Col- Friday, July 22, by the j a-imming Club. The Pan- >n isted of two parts by evolution of swimmi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 July 1927

:5> SOCIETY ia,F lflt.il SENIOR* H'\ KMI I l,v> P \KT\ FK11> V COLLEGE HIGH CLASS ESSAYS NOVEI I'MMITI MARY ARDENS AND Y. W C. A. HE AH WEAVKiJ PKEXY HEX! RN'S MONDAY FROM EL PASO TRIP DRAMATIC CUB TO GIVE 3 ACT PLAY AUGUST 10 English Department Purckane« lour Prints of H arks of Master Artists h thai fra f th* nil HIH TENTH ORAM! TAKES DTEIKOHIf>PI< II.I.LH- ItAIKMI MK<<INNIN<; WITH WILLIAM TMK <ON<|l KROR umi thf jk ccftuuv*' [>♦"("format tndinir charaetar, r conception at < h fDRY CLAMi P"-tur" hiw I" or' Christ for t tc««, la the ll« loo, in a* W.- usually linsry life he I* CM 111 visits si pkkintendent of el. pa«0 hi hoolh and HE an , of state s< hooi of mine!* visits jl akjw MISPK" WIIX HE PR EH L M EH IN M IHTORH M BV DHAMATIC <1.1 It I N OEM l IKF< TION OF MISS MAI BINE IIALL .d better apprwii i> inUr rathe the prut rait* of gi the Kniflifh department purchaswl four pictures. bonnet (U/l MVKfi vRD IMKT1 y wa* if I Scout troop K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 August 1927

THE CHAT H it VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1927 NUMBER 11 ARTIFICIAL LAKE ON CAMPUS PLANNED # • • PARKER WINS COUNTY TOURNAMENT \ ■ ) v I 150 ATTEND OUTING OF SENIORS AT LAKE WORTH PROJECT WILL TRYING TO GET VAN ZANDT IS CHINESE TALKER DEFEATED BY LEAVE COLLEGE PLEASURE BENT IN TWO BUSSES Well Behaved w i ■ — FEATURE OF TRIP IS RIDE ON BOAT WITH DOUBLE DECKS WIIEBE CHOICERPW AWAITED ALL •«s toward the tu The senior outing to Fort Worth which all members of the class had been looking forward to with great expectations, came up to the hopes of the optimists when two busses l«ft the College last Friday evening at 5:30 with about 150 seniors and their guests. They arrived at I>ake Worth and left on the pleasure boat about 8:30 o'clock. Boat Ride is Feature The ride on the pleasure boat was the feature of the entertainment and the fun began when some of the couples missed the boat when it left dock and a second trip had to be made to p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 August 1927

Fi";- I WW JU w t 1 it L-tUi i artkW in th - Saturday &t imi mm if In tin World** by Nor n.mintnt ! possibilities of adven* i- tWrrs in tfcsftlM «f «*-' CAMPUS CHAT '' ' vertisiBg. Mr Beasly. in gohig over: flitMhat'toas "f * prosper live CMli- w jiw.,g .t mw hwt* Asms: dMst* far ar> advertising sgsnt-V Jnb wn C*. <m Omm. turn . ! wht> had a • olieg* education, rich .«writs, a rrtiufation as a football *?Tl< ?• w*<tjt'tlnwr, Mftd eonsirfersble social pres- m. t w t. >m ta#< «ftly a fair amount of anut -« fiitpfcaw >« tin- MNK*MHy * «;'<!- ; oh T— ... 41 *• It xi *dur*iUto and utterly disregard**! • nam ■> • -a>Mim.rmmmamm . ytlUJh' gIMSt* a* eSSaatlal «|UatMI- j m ^juar-n-ow stations. Hp advocated that the young! zT-Zm^ . Sr--* MStfmA fw tp work mr * mw*p*pcr in * - "• IBS* ■**• ' the editorial department for three ^ —stasn i jaMj then tacklt the advertising i for two year* before ant-1 8k> u«r> HiT'ix' Mmus®, t.lnjf Mp hid sign a-" an adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 August 1927

t ? # <> - • Y ■ > * PARKER FIVE TIES FOR TOP PLACE IN TOURNEY ijUMOMt;1 'Ummmm OF SI MMER SEES VAN ZANDT LOSE "FRFK HTATKRS" DROP HOT C.\*E TO PARKER 2*-27 \ND TIKS FOR LEADERSHIP IN li ASK KTHALI. TOI RNEY Parker Count) tM the champion- nhip series in county basketball Tu *s iky nijfht, hy defeating Van Zandt 28 to ff. This was the *econd game m a aer- ies of three to determine the intra- mural championship of the Cottage, after a tie between Van Zandt and I'arker had resulted in the tournament staged by eight county team*. The first (tame was won by Van Zandt. 2tt to 24 The Kyn \a ium was packed Tues- day night, by far the largest crowd of the summer being present. Jin- thusiam ran high among the spec- tators, and for the firat time during the basketball tournament an organ- ized cheering squad made its appear- ance. During the last few minutes the entire crowd failed to control their excitement, and sprang to their feet to thunder appl as first one team and then the oth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 August 1927

SOCIE'I ^ CLUBS V. M.-Y. W . t TO BE HELD >d Y . A. PICNIC MONDAY MODERN DRAMA CI.AI HOI.D 150 TURN OUT FOR MID WEEK V. W. PROGRAM Pernanalx 20 OLD BOOKS ARE ADDED TO ! LOCAL MUSEUM SUMMER SCOUT PBEAU GESTE" IS CLASS SUCCESS SATURDAY SHOW TWELVE INkOll.KII IX < OI R8E RON \LI> COI.M AN 18 STAR IN IER vin Ml r Club J joyed • liter li hike | land's Cyrai intCMjikftti were i I flfltl of the diff<> rd at md irt* ;KT MONDAY Nil.H I , C. Sweet's Modern et with her at home 7:80 o'clock and «m- *'V:cnif>|f rviflinf Roe~j ie Bergenr. Th. stu-| nwwi to mad th« jssrta f. characters. BetvMtii i le diacuaaion wan held recognition her vice WED- NESDAY NMJHT AT THE IIRST PKESBYTKBIAN Mil R< U IH BEST EVER HRUI lay it \ i © nt ti in Dali Mi were reassigned to other IIOMK f.IVKS KCONOMK'8 CLASS FORMAL ItlNNER rat of g*W .1 6 o'ck* the f« Rkern, Mrs. Rozz TI KM datsi the {acts, a ff,; and the p I members. A comparative study wan made with other modern drama* at the • natfrfetion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1927

VOLUME XI NOIiTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. 1927 LARGEST CLASS TO RECEIVE NUMBER 42 P t $5 ♦; F & German and French To Be Radio Extension Courses TO CONSTRUCT STEEL BLEACHERS DEGREES W ILL BE GIVEN TO 136 ON WEDNESDAY DEAN MeCONNBLL WILL AWARD HONORS AND DR. MARQUIS WILL CONFER DEGREES AND MAKE SHORT TALK The largest graduation class in the history of the College, consisting of 186 members, will receive degrees at the Commencement exercises to be held in the College Auditorium, Wed- nesday, August 17, at 8:00, accord- ing to a statement of Dean W. J. Mc- Connell. Fifty-one Bachelor of Arts and 86 Bachelor of Science degrees will be conferred by Dr. K. L. Marquis, President of the College, McConnell stated. The presentation of the degrees will be followed by the hooding cere- mony, in which the hoods will be plac- ed on the heads of the members of the class by members of the Junior class. The members of the two classes will be seated in altern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1927

V# rtn ALONG in I ttAm ar<l*. Im, Onn Dw* esw wiu « y Ihrtunt Blxoatt. Butter. K>r> MaMa M> Mill! -rKXAS INTgaCOU BOIATB PIHS MM IATIOW HI t 1M|W «' u a woonfloM. i* im. 9. Urn*. ■ to s . t ( T <. , * , 'FR3$$ : . #10* A*&< )AfV>N '~".52C «►"•-'• ~ FRIDAY, AUCWTW 12, 1027 AS ft COMKK TO AN END fSrii b • M adttlwt ('hllt for the MMtaMi and before signing "SO" to (>ur 1 £M*t pt*f" V vy the «.t«ff will PRUW t<" • or no to make a f*-1" random reflaetions: tit)M f teat plaee, w«' e had • great aumnier. If* bwn «*d and ptaMWit •ml quiet; and the faeulty have be haved themselves surprisingly well, we think. A* a matter of fact the (■rally have been laboring under the diffteaity of having to teach the targ- et enrollment of student* in the hia- tory of the institution. Every inch of •vettsWa rtw.m an the campus ha# been titiliasd and some classeu have even resorted to sitting in the shade on th« lawn to he instructed in the open. But, for all. the machinery of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1927

to ler ,000 STUDENTS TO HOLD TEACHING POSITIONS til. on nd • I I M nd Y COMMITTEE ,|iv^ I K'TUh | tonwood; Allison, I. E., principal, ! LiJ 1^1 J IJjI' Allison. Mr*. I. E., fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, Energy; Alorine, Hattie, firat trade, liar land; Alveraon, Allene, % I\V PI KCVWVMT '>rint*i MU and intermediate work, Am- Ull 1 Lti\vIjlTIlii i 1 brosa; Allison, Katie, seventh, eighth, and ninth grades and principal, Bethel - \KltIN«T«N LHRKfTS CAN- Sch<H'1' Wh,tn*#> Anderson, Janu'8 NETTING OVER *>*.000 (Andy), principal ward school, Okla- K ifKS OF HTt'DENTB THAT Anderson, Mary Lou, first, aac- 'TEACH THIS FALL *I+V °"d, and third grades, Canter School, Marysville; Andrew, Loyca V., fourth ■■ ; grade, Odessa' Andrews, Corinne, After making a direct canvas of the f ai,d fourth grades, Kin-en; An- p re sent student body the Teacher , ny" S' *" i1^ Hood School, Placement Committee consisting of ' 'yra; Antwine, Ethel, principal ward E. H. Farrington. P. E. McDonald an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1927

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Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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