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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 July 1929

Eagles Take Victory in Talon Benefit Game-- 14 to 3 Win off Cats Sentences o] Sport 'Hazel brans To Go To Chicago Meet H*z< Aiiutltti ' rvu It \ aiKf I ' % HI KvatL\ stellar Mo >l ^ in the \ttli,.iu4l M< v : >r the summer is held July 27. Mis.; Kvans j 'ii bctWi'^n inert utuit'i tin- ti'uiu imi it purticiptttt the A. A. U H U> till: Lip*C< tmaebi I j lay t Low* i>«l of auperu 4 to 3. Lowe an and Sigbi ne iiiviiii^ suit The weather ►ut the (hamuli veetiy and the lien ■ Oil Miii pitching, ruck out ut the gultit 1 fur ehiiul | tiat- ugh and van run-i short 4 to left, and !>avi sigiei nd £ grandstand npicioua by it* absence. Muns started tbe game with an in-, 4fi *ld hit on a bud bounce to Davis.' Bos well hit into a double play, Llavia I to Sigler. Reynolds fanned. No runs,1 one hit, no errors, Vanlandingham started off for the: , Kajfles by flying out to center. Ham bright beat out an infield hit to short. ] Swindall sacrificed, pitcher to first, Cowley walked,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 July 1929

Campus Chirp* Uh< ut L&« jvuiij; collegia'— just rrtuxmril itotu U-uig in !■ «ru</, anU guiLf L/¥x a to tilr Wild* Atcord mg to bun, .- r) j,/optical joi-et waie plaj*vi uO * Uuiu.7> of tn« t>oy*. Uh« young Joiiuw *rul Ui «any i < I he avuuiiig mj Iraki tie con lit Im te*i fn fol guing I 111 imigr ttu ueit a#>. At'vut ten o'clock L/att eveo in* a gruff voitc •' '' M'.i it.' young man tu turn uut tot it was four * ut. anti Uro« tt go (ft* hi' Int. He div~ ed and Went to tin UttUiti tut r«J-bo lied sergeant u> |*t ku orders. iie /■ - tin gent .i Uv uu.--i.nn of * century. The young man very inrekjy crawled t>«- in bed, a uuidir :«i J wo>ei H.iidi.-i iur hk• >ng bitten *u hard Ittu liuiiureil and U*ri ««n.«.r* mUr i in tine for the la*t tune to tec«tvc their book*. Two by two they've gone inkd'hing through for it nuuilwr of y-ki,- to K?t the ul'l book 1 he> thkl the) Oail L,«m traveling xjUxi • ively thi* iuiuu«i. 1 bey have tudy>ng kigiiwayn tuu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 July 1929

41 * THE CHATTER l!0\ THE NORTH TEXAS STAT Augu S tf'cl t li at ik. Th* tcr the ■ nimwi Mwiijf ■ til student* are! wi to Ik prt X. L. Carletuu, a lotiuci graduate at the College, ban written tren iiremiNii In't iitmiQ> ul the tour abroad that hi' ana Mr*. Carletou, a C. 1. A. graduate, are making, The> bave touted in Eugiaud, Holland, and Ger- many, and they are to go to Italy, Switzerland, and k ranee before re- turning to Frisco, Texan where Mr. Carletou in superintendent of schools, he m making a special study of ad- ministrative work in the European school systems. Dr. W. F. Ledlow, professor of edu- cation at ttie College, delivered three addresses to students of Oklahoma University at Norman last week. The subject of his talks were: "Life At* titudes," "Character Formations," and ''Religious Education in State Col- leges and Universities." The doctor pointed out in the last lecture that SENIORS DEC1DF. TO HAVE GRADUATION EXERCISES !N AUDITORIUM ON AUGUST 22 1HACHL.RS COL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 July 1929

pi- I ■ r:-f ■" S<!SSOR(,R\PHS THE CAM PL'S (HAT Published b) thr Stud«nH of Ibr N rth friiK >« !■■ < .. <• Uwtuii. Tctti fsmput Osl I nl>-rr<! «i< . <>n<j ( Is** Mail Mstter at tli# Pu>toffk« < UuitM leiss. D«. 1, 191t AS WE SEE IT By Edra Robinson SOMETHING by C. B. Jackson faint and fur away Lik<- a speck at break a# day, Bri- tlwf mitts have ctond away Csmpu* Chat, -jih* jrsr $1.50 STAFF B«nni< Wilkcraofl Qttir.JJ S*l( lisian Hull Msrjorie L. «t Edrs Robiasoa _ CUraacr Js<-kk'> Fred B Nsnca Reporter*: Ralph Editor Associate editor Aniitant editor Columnist (olumaist — Literary editor Sport* editor linn «t on. Bah) Louise Kooiue, Lucille Jones, Ruth Camming*. Rarhe! Hughes, Norri* Hiett, irma Taliaferro. Gene Grady. Bonnie WilkersoA, l.enora Cornwell, Claudiae Freneh, Rob) AnRlla, Ho bart Hammock, Iternardine Barnard MKMBKH M " S INTKK'OLLE G1ATE Ft.Km ASSOCIATION Something waiting far cat yuwktr. Crying faintly, "Stop and pondar, L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 July 1929

■*— • I 1 . « t z % z t r ■-0 0- Sentences oj Sport By Fred Nance I L Lai est Books and Literary Gossip Kmtbd by CuutxNcai Jajboou In lull. mmI be ,,u ne of life, we, as play- nfonii to certain rules of society all of which mireeable to us individ- i# the case in our sum- schedule arrangement ! #4NMNP 4*+-+++ Dragffinir -umnwr afternoons nilfhtK too warn to sleep -too indo- lent to study -lessons are bo resume anyway! Can anyone «uga—t www- thin* to amuse. After various ex- W'e have hi ard many complaints «f the tariy classes and of other phases of the schedule, but most of these complaints, we feel, are ui,.jus- tifiable. it is usually the somewhat lazy old maid, either male or female, or the over-grown baby boy that is bothered by a title thing such as go- ing to a six o'clock class. we wish to offer this pre- an easy chair, a fan, a Murders, forged wills, kidnappings, and gun fights follow one upon the , other in such rapidity that one dares not lay the book aside for fear that s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 July 1929

I I r, Dr. Currie Speaks To Ides Club C.L.Cs. Plan to Have Picnic Seniors Decide- Dr. Ge&rgv W. Cufrie, lislting pro- fetdior of Lat iii fr-'iti Hittii; Southern College, addressed the mem- bers of the Idea club at their rogu iar meeting Monday night, July I'l. l>r. Currie tfuve a very ntere.tft.ng dkscu.-> lion of U man laws. ■■ a t'j talked on hi* new first-year Latin book f ftfid rig the un ut | 1 Campus Chirpt KUi'Oli L. Iihmo* 1«> Hi* xehool thift autumn, a< cording embers who the Pr« kfc*nt will Have o it* f* iked to ii|n i ully at least eleven wk po>iMM the Iht board in ikuw'n degree He also taud that ,, twenty-Civ* it «u his plana u> ha.' to about five other yean about twenty &r twenty-five *i*y mtm many ptopit it* artintk value for the ci I there ia no doubt but thai , the most tiewrtlfNt ■>{ ; i-ampu*. , Smith, bead of the Spanish nt ia back from Austin for >uc week term. One Th« fc D. Cuddle Historical So- ciety entertained the History majo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 August 1929

1 THE CHATTER BOX i CHAT VOLUME Xlll Eve TOURNAMENT IN TENNIS STARTS HEKi: TCESDAV KIU 1) NAN! , SPONKtlK. MKKT.S VI.L bTl Dl N FS WD F V I I TV ARK BUUIHLE TO PAP.TICI 1'ATE IN CovTEST NOR 1 H I liXAS S I A I I I BACKERS COLLEGE DEN 1 ON 1 ! \ \s SA I Tom i'osi Directs Orchi stra Thai Plugs for 1 H-ColUge D<tm ID AY III a Jul teal Coll ing to ?«k. The tournament la .tftder tht rectum of Fred Nance, the jporti itor of the Campus Chat. All students and teachers ot th« >1 if ire and the T. C. High Schoo e eligible for participation. Th* rat round will begin Tuesday alter on at five o'clock There will be four divisions DR. PRICE WILL SPEAK AT PARK M0M)\\ EVENING ,\s< i n< \v Ki l'CATi€ iSFN PW (ifVIS IM'C N" IS SI M AUDHBMt OPTION NUMBER 38 STUDENTS EAVOR PHESENT PLAN IN ' • S SCHEDULE I i M I It I \KI.V (1.ASHES I > V'Mi (,(V | \ o.s ijl'liSTION- •"K' SI.N 1 < 11 I III M)M IN IMB VI'ION 1 Mr at es of Tokio, Japan, >t>e pillow to the on of the College, I play, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 August 1929

rm S( ISSORGRA PHS W E SEE IT THH r \MI'l - Pttbi - f >' Ntfth T<?**■* I < fMnrtw* T< "•« ?U* MlAt j ' ft* Mitlff ill it * T#u*, !> ( *mpu * < II * T V* :u ; STAFF AMsi BUI/th* inmaJ jptw- flM HMMi ttJ«* vv Qninf)} s-it Mrira Eai Mtrjarit L K4r« Kotn nvm C..Urence Jarfith Fred B ' t • ttt per U r • ixratM- K uuec Li Camming*, lUehi Hielt, Irma f«!<ai Willurwt, (Uzidiar hrrnrh. bert Hamnxrffc. Hi yivMi hm to QIMMH I am tow; 1 utt round and iff WltMt,ik will hi •I I m | wgh, too. 8 | Tlw fk/U /iit aM arm) m i J hat* to |rt tip in te wouW ibM* Hoc f-unty el i>ropnate clob m. | Kf. ind « t -T4*; A* tlw: boor ftwu, mwe* on, devei- |4MM in Um neighborhood of AM-1 me CkiiMun Colk#a'a new plant. ——■ lice on greater proportion*. Work, Buttock Hyder. former student n all building* is continuing «t a; tlw College who is bow enrolled Kach*i Hug at htf home in p*«t the PfWMr, PROFESSIONAL ./h.NTurrs UK. W. H UAWLHT DraUst 117 Smoot-Curtis Buildlag Fhona 1114 MEM Ithft GlA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 August 1929

ar ] f*d we shall I Si'h tours of Sp\ t / \ IU I rt J Niincc J X Latest Rook* and Literary (iossip "K 1'I ARMS CM J AJKX2U th* n* go to make up will be present ill the stately march «d. t + ** .■ 0 + + + + * whole >{ th< Mr. to a world to attempt also • few ich the edi- rutiun nor inevitable, ict how iua iii*aiue* aa lank verse. We are mo Mover that f the univer i finding ua In itfni scheme is doomed, cycle in which the will c%*&st' to cxiiit the light of such a ficant become such ireuts and modern summer grid coach Muull a part thft >l> ed 1 ate i him. think now eh!") lUfrh, fitu concentrate minutes, he is really a in moments (Einstein'a ink you will iniverse far i; elejta ■ssible onceit The hei It *T 4 Litis ( Omiti/ Has s<■// '/'cam \\ ins Lead In Contest; Championship In Din ton Is Second that Club Hot In th i amount i ( Iul' is i >tv IK<1 ont uig, Wi [ tne summc Lipscomb, i le Smith. juing Her- nnc somethu ent ran & ( ping that many boy*> and >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 August 1929

Music Faculty Go On Picnic To Laki Th# faculty wabiri vt the n. department w«>nt to Catnip Hun<j^ Ltk« Dsll*>, Tuw)tf (..jfht, tot a nic A regular pknx- Itn,. f itmd. afu*r which thry n, «tag-*M jr Th wsu*i< teachwra i: Winston, Glwj} - Kd^, l.'ltt*. I rill. Vol* V«m. ami Rut*. Cartta, l> thur gtt-iU I>r and Mr* J- Ham* l>r W J Met nneil. h Hmly, Mm* KIjk" k MaS*i< ( ITlil luaon. Mr*. M(.hit. 1 < tt« and Mia.* Phillip*. Miss Walker Speaks To Mary t rdens UULj VV >• ill 43 it" ii merit ol ftpttick wu* th#* n.mn *1* #r Ml ihv Mat, Artli'ij n.< cLmt# \ * *■***• *- ■ *i' m *■ my July J J, it {Jig Ai Ardcri Lodgi. *ti * WftlUr U Am** ttikfcii oOt ' " *• Hun the State*" Tbf tolUmmg murntof* wtrw i into tin} Chke Col liui btjt-i tiutchi^. mm Qthrril, j tka liurviii. - Mai i ,ii« k,,L Dor* Aiio« Whit«# < u?vt-n.i, an<l N«ii Cuvitt lor Ifc* BlilMing W barttiu JUrwi,, t ror>in MitUMmt, (iic M«qutre, Aiaigur^i Martha Miito?# -44ft y^lli £> Franc ia ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1929

THE CHATTER BOX THE CHAT ME XI NORTH \. N IN TURDA' AI NUMBER 39 owning at six o'clock. Tvt of the secretaries, offic. and librarians of the College the picnic. nifiit for next year either boarding or light housekeeping during the long .session are asked to see that the house it within the school zone and on the list ot approved houses. The girl.* are asked to talk to Miss Clark before making any definite ar- rangement. The Dolphin Swimming Pagant has been called off and instead an informal swimming program will be hel.l Tuesday night, August 13. There will be water gamea, diving, and races for both the boys and the girls. The Hobo Swimming Team and the Dolphin Swimming Club will be formally presented to the students at this time. STl'DENTS TAKE .'.Si (11 INTEREST IN i E.N \ IS MET 44 The Valiant" Is Feature Film for Saturdav Picture ( flan//* ytad< In Publications /{itNineHx Staff Lm uii MAXINE (I VVTON AND tll-.MO ARK WINNERS IN MIXED DO I BI.ES si Mil l\ \Ls \RK HE Mill D I s ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1929

I I K-v.. 1 pert THI CAMPUS ( HAT I'ubluM in ih* Sludrnli of I hr North Ttiu sijitr [>*-tirr< C« U«f Denton. Texa. r«mpy.Tir.t Entered ■ Srroul Ciui Mail Matlfr at the Postofflee at I>entoo Teia« ! *<■ 8, 1916 M sprays rurintoc on th« campus then M oflt Into the ran and dry off. I S WE SEE IT ( ampu* ( ha(, « «• year 11.50 STAFF Beanie Hilker««jn Q'jinby Helen Mali Mar June I. impoon Kdrt Roiucutun Clarenre Jaeggli Fred B. Nance ^ Reporters: Ua Iph Editor AiaociaU edrtut AuiaUal nil I at , (oluran)M (Xianiit LiUrirji editor Hporta editor IliiUhtoa. Baby Louise Koonre, Lucille Jone* Wuth Cumming*, H ache I Hughe*, Norris Hiett, Irroa Taliaferro, Gene Grady, Bonnie Wi!ker<toa, I^eriora Cornwall, Claodine French, Ruby Anglln. Ro- bert Uammrtck, Herurdin Barnard. MKMBKR II V ♦ J* INTJ KOOl.LK- G1ATE P..«8: ASSOCIATION Printed by Sludettta of the North Teia« State f'eacher# ( ollefe i. E. 11AftKIBON nUB R INDEKWOOD Instructors Linotype and Typography < harles Brown, Bus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1929

r k « t ' ♦ / ■< ' I 1 | Sentences oj Sport * und plfty in thin begin Tuesday afternoon. Kiirht mix00 doubles u*mn& h fought it out for the ooilegu champi t wm (Jeezle* Are First Hoboes t ake Meet To Take Prize In From Team Saturday Contest For Tower in Fort Worth Park By Fred Nance bight (h.< ha nipion- d <iefe*t to show The basketball tuurn en on a different sold leading contenders for ship suffered an unt Thursday night, which goes -that anything can happen on ketball court. Palo Pinto-Parker in still trading with a perfect record. They nave on- ly one hard game left to play and that Is with Denton. If they come through that game on top, they will be undisputed champions for the sum- mer, and Denton will sink down to a tie with Clay for second place. But if Denton defeats the water- melon boys, they will hold jointly with the losers the title. with 1 pec tec action double t**nt i< lore of i ad the iNt Iour >t t' i - • maHMt tennis rush the crowd are usually ex*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1929

8E i I I —— Chemical Society To Lawn Party Is (iiven Go To Fort Worth For Part Of Faculty The VI". .V. cwty wij! voAh Kwrt Worth. And apprvxtu bars wti! mak leav* et'ii ii ieti.cn a, tl.< J. E CftlTH'' Mm: Thi in* Dr. Lett low Entertains Sunday School ( lass * *tudeni> of 1 he itmday Hcb .*«l * «f t&t' JUMA ltd- m.;.. !H7 o** .^Students From Out . ilKNil of Chr <l tail ••• W I- laM Satunla; ev«ning Omm and ronUwts by fcdith Cunningham. Margaret Keller, Irene dwHem. ami Hmml Chapel, were Iw4d n tm lawn R fre«hmenl ctl ice cream ami cmk* were nerved 'to *ome forty-tit* guenu. dale House Girls Hare Picnic Swim Girl# of the wliege who art' living in the Gale IfouM'. IWH W«m Oak Street, enjoyed a *winung party and watermelon feaat Saturday afttnuxm at 6.SK) o'clock at CkUHMde Flung*. After the *wim. iced watermelon was aerved to the fol towing: Pauline Hayes, Addie Jo Young, Frudw Miiisap Delia Haw-ham, Mae Mauldin, Mauritic Fletcher, Nap Boren, Ruby Gilbert, Chri*tin<e G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 August 1929

JH I m m THE CHATTER BOX HAT OLUME XII! NORTH TEXAS STATE TLiAChl RS COI L Ol HON, TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 17. 1929 NUMBER 40 Tbu food* I'liittt of the home eco- i riomica department made a field trip to Fort Worth Thursday, The claaae visited many place* of interest, which were: Mr*. Caird's Bakery, Martha] Washington Candy Factory, Armour's packing house, and the Ellison furni ture store. Approximately seventy- five students made the trip. 3 390 COLLECE STUDENTS HAVE TEACHING POSITIONS PLACEMEN r RECORDS SHOW P rex if Gii >e§ A Parting Word Hoy S. Lee, Denton, a member of LOWER CLASSMIJN the lummer graduating class of the College, left Saturday for Honolulu A \fi ftR A HI \ Tli\ where he will teach wood working "1/ Ullfll/U/m 1 L..J and general mechanics in the Wash-. ington Junior High School. COMPOSE NUMBER T. C. AND DENTON HIGH GRADUATES ! TO GET DIPLOMAS * Milages have been received that H. M. Kusseu, business merchant ot this city, is improving. Mr. Russell is in New York ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 August 1929

(h do Ti « ' , Ur Su (>a Ha # Gi 111 tl Alt# i •I msrv#. SQ MtHm Gilbe Effie iind J iJtnt Wort n To A < 'hap CORi K the b The t bist'Ti Mb i mitue ia cot Lowe Jam c Hoi Fai | Hoc d«gr new | the ft this I1 with . wtur Mary 10 o'c the ta will i fith prim Kooftc prise, by In cut at The entert lips. I and k Foil pe Wc Fi rtn tS WE SEE IT n L Commencement I ime Earl and Jack Atkins spent the PROFESSIONAL THE ii v I ilt tiHtiiVi Nertti Ititi tampu* Chal Mail Malt iMslun. 1 ampo < « i a *1 BTAEE Men ajc V\ i Editor Qutnby Kelt Aataueiatr edltui lieicu ilali AttWlWapt Mtit'u Mar)<uie L. loluinniai I Ait a Kutiiuwi* ( uiuiuiuat (. larwmt- Lilstury editor hed U. N an«« spuria editor Reporters ftalph ilouolou, Baby Louisa Kooure, LutlUe Jotiua, Kuto C u>>>iu<<ik*. Kact.r! iiugben, Norru> ii en i, irma ialiaterro, «*ea« Lrady, Bonnie WMwrMn, Leimra Corn*ell, t iaiMlui* 1' much) Rtitoy Angtio. Uo ben liaaitiu**, bernardine Barnard. 1 Smior's f arewell Four we have t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 August 1929

I 1 1 3,300 Students Have PLACEMENT SERVICE GROWS UNDER DIRECTION OP E H- PARTINGTON writing;. drawing, music and reading, high school band* and other school •ion* or in combinations. Too, there and community activities. An "In- i an increasing: demand fur teach- side", or class room teacher only, has ers with degrees to supervise work little chance of securing a desirable in elementary schools at good sal- teaching position. The present day aries and in good systems. This year teacher must be identified with the there have been more calls for high j community in some way. I .and instructors. Where the In all cases the Placement Service | Platoon System is used, there is need officials are ready and willing to An important department aw 1 !'!■ iiKM* In the esse of a student f teachers to do Auditorium work, assist any student or ex-student in fcngusn, Leo, ieaas; Alien, U. Wn maintained as a part of the admin- n the College, confidential informa- Su, h te*ch«r* must be equipi>cd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 August 1929

Ch (it r eM Fur and ber tea s rotu J I Or Su 1 Chr tain w. teat I : ■ ,flH lefts men # <§• 'i f*a Ho gi in f Stra. wate t s. Aft* i«rv Hay MUM Mau Gill* Effie and D*n1 f Wor /V 7o A Chap cotnn the I Chmr The t Iwen hie «. milte 4# em- garet Lowe Ail t Pf w; Fi Extension iJcparlmmt, Under Direction Of /. //. Blair, /'/«/** / or KxU hhih I'ro- —■ | _ , SyWcmatisatKm, ,44tt, wrinte haiWtaf; Filmattea Ewrironmsat ami Tax Procedure; j 456, &ti|M:rvt Ui?i at iiutroetiMie En- graphic lafluanee n — - ' - - . f<lttU t, . iEceaomic* J t, m m. eUimam of Wi 101. 102, W3, compMrfttea Mid Geography 201. MS. 210. Americi • 'Texas; Byaea. Minnie. primary ^rram /« tie Utven In I JB- SO sett*!on *21. m m':rh«fem«; English aw, JWt. SuS, Jta- Mwtn He Eastern Hemisphere. gndm. fo«c 3, Bum*. Texas. introduction to sociology; ic #g!iah literature; English 300. advaa-iOoes-tam*"* 1*1, ua. Vfionaljl^L « Adaptation. Geo- * mediate. route a, Ennta. Texas; Dyer, Texas; Fox, V ll|, Gra -land School, n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 August 1929

lOLLEGE HOME COMING « LOOMS AS GALA EVENT !N YEAR'S ACTIVITIES iO\ KMIU.IUl,AND 3,300 Students !!;iu> TORKEY DAY' ARK reaching Positions DATES FOR EVENTS For Next Year MRS. A. GRABBE IAMB WITH COMMERCE HERE (Continued from page 4) LATTER OCCASION Mrs. Grabbe Says W ork In Hospital Is Very Pleasant in, He, on, |«., Wi- l- ing I**. I I I 1 |us- E. I I TO FEATLRE FORMER AND: ucution, Daiiaa, lex**; Griffith, D. I BAN Q LET AT BAKER HOTEL. W., mathematics-athletic^ Monroe, | Louisiana; Griffith, I, B., coach and 1 aeiencs, Hamlin, Texas; GriXnth, J, i Uwo dates loom large on the horizon P., superintendent, Avalon, Texas; j Mrs. A. Grabbe, head of the College tne ex-itnrints at Mm North Taxa* j Groner, H. 1*, •upeiiniendeat, Lav-1 hospital, report* that tkt work of th* ■ate Teacher* College this fall: Nov- | uigton, New Mexico; Gross, Grady, summer has heen very pleasant but that there .has been a lot-of it. "We are here to make people well and we have for we have not lost a patient,"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 August 1929

CI (t( end >V&\ rvti j lh Su Utl W, (id He ■ m in t At I Afto Msr* Hay IM ilia I Mau 6tt Ei GO* I EffU unci |)en< «*> | V, <>r Iff I/'' To A 11 I hat I' -lilt I |cm| I iThe 11 ■HI I iitte I' Mi 111 I 'a a\ Ho egrt w fctw m Bp vith vmlvt lary I [he ii 111 Eli | rw« loiltti muM py Ir al n Th< litor ip |ml f L 0/ FoJ it, I ;iokt* th« Iwtl! Imif* ] The |Wk nes U bus* ESrtf ti 1 P« w. Fi t ■ S!S€c opens fall camp 'OF! rOOTBALL TRAINING HERE SEPTEMBER FIFTH i "I MOST OK CAGE T*i r Sentences of Sf>or I By Fred Nnnce TEAM RETURNS KIR MYRACLE a wiamf TOUGH SCIIEDLIE IS ARRANGED FOR EAGu;(i;:ii)]M' \ RLE 1 MYRAt TS FOR BASKET BALL ? LOOK VERY FAVOR 0 EAGLE FOLLOWERS: LE IS EX REII. MAN ,ACK Of :h tea* ES7 (•- f<N CON* i 4H ARK TO BIS MATERIAL TO ! !; MEED ENDS' Coach Jmk Sisco will begin his preparation to face the hardest •chad ate ever arranged for a football team of the • oilegt*, when he opens hi* pre **e*oo training camp hare on Septem- ber 6th. 8e wilted ail ...

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