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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1941

ipwta r Five of the NTSTC faculty members who will participate- it> the two-day library clinic at the library auditorium of the Teachers College today and tomorrow are shown above. Left to rixht, top row, Dr. Floyd Stovall, head of the English department, who will act as chair- man of the Friday night session j President W. J. McConnell, who will make the opening address on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock; Dr. William Stanley Hoolo, head librarian and director of the clinic. Bottom row, R. R. Douglass, library service department, who will speak Saturday morning; and Miss Nellie Griffiths, professor of education and director of the reading laboratory, who speaks Friday af- ternoon. Got News Blood in You? How About Whipping Up Some Chat Stories? Do you have a nose for news and a yen to break into print? Can you juggle your verbs and adjec- tives with adroitness and alacrity? Is the clack of the linotype and the clang of the presses sweet mu- sic to your ears? Do you lay claim to prin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1941

PAGE FOUR CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1941 —! "" K I Isi CAA Continued from page 1 and 28. they rauit have completed at ieaot oae Ml pear of college work, and they mu*t pa** a phys- ical examination. The eourse, ConnelI ** d. will count as *ix semester hoor credit in tcience, physical education, or aa an else- tire toward a bachelor'# degree Eiamin ( ompleted Student* who had completed both their examination* Wedna*- day were Donald Bo*, Katharine Boyd, Ned Conner, Forrest Covin, John Derdak, Charles Fike*. Ar- thur Fore, Doyle Hall, Tom Holmes, Hal Jackson, Monroe Katf, Leland Kay, Billy Massey, Ham Little, Nancye Lowe, Harry McClendon Donald MeLeod, Jack MrMath, Phil Myers, Jf. W. Owty. C. T. Reeve*, Clark Seagrave*. Billy Shaw, Edwin Shiflett. Vangene Skiles, Jease Turner, Robert Wight. and Pat Windham. Students who had not taken their flight examination* Wednesday were Norman Abernathy, Kdwin Gordon. Jane Kingston, William C. Overton, and Val Sell. Lark Ground F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1941

< 1 w 1 ** I * \ 2 *' More Shots As 36 TC Boys Enlist In The Air Corps Section Two The Campus Chat rtiK i A.MITS i HA I hi \|..\ j I \,\> KltiPAY. .11 \K 1'.. I'.'ll Week's Study in New York City Completed by Psychology Group As Psychology Class Left Denton J \ A Floyd Speaks on In "America Today" Course Purpose of Science Is Raising Standards Of American Living Southern Study fessor of chemistry at Teacher* College, said Saturday in an audi- torium lecture at the college. "The motive of scientific re- search in America has been unique," said Floyd in his talk, the second in the course, "America Today," adding that even though America was now faced with a frenzied attempt to catch up in the scientific production of war in- struments, toe hoped that the time would come soon when they could turn again to the work that would | raise the general standard of Hv- ! ing in the nation.. Research Accomplishments That sort of r. ..earch, Floyd said, N given America most of the j world's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1941

gp_ J V I; PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 1941 Basketball, Softball Are First On Summer 'Mural Schedule Deason Already Open Main Events Will Get Under Way Shortly Welby Leads Eagle Cinder Scorers m. Welby WflH—I, diminutive Ml- U«« dashman. M hi* Eaifie team mm la Marina for the iMNjM *trai*fct )Mr. Mrttin* * rommand it for the Denton thinly rU<l u they HI—rfwHy retained their Loot -Star (MMMt title. Mnvr.ng marked ;mpnw—at with the pro«T««« of the (MM. William* eeltpaed hi* 19*0 indi- vidual scoring total as the Wolfe nty sprinter rolled op 56 1-4 point*. 6 1-4 more than last y—? mark. 8 / BiH Bob McLendon r r i V-.... The summer intranmral athletic For becona T ear „m*,m ..ffk,«iiy opened th>« week. but will probably not be in full •win* until sometime next week. Roy Wood, director of intramural*. Pint event* on the well balanced summer program will be haafcethall and *«ftbeli H*«ketball is Mag run off earlier in order to escape live heat of later ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 18, 1941 * ! *1 * C ✓ Museum Curator Is Still Hunting For Old Bulletins j Appealing to old griiduatea back on the campus for th« summer, Dr. J. L. Kingsbury, curator of the State Historical Collection here, renewed thin week his call for mixing numbers to complete his tile of uld bulletins and journ- als of the college. In the belief that undergradu- ate publications would present and preserve the best possible picture of campus and student life, the museum began its collection of the college journals in ly2tf. l)r. Kingsbury has been successful in finding most of these old pub- lications. As the numbers are col-; lected, they are bound into vol- umes for the use of students. File Alme«it < «mplete Dr. Kingsbury reports his file; complete except for the following bulletins and journals, which he hopes summer students may be able to help him find: Bulletins published at the time j the institution was a normal school are missing for the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1941

... THE CAMPUS fTHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 13. 1941 PAGE EIGHT Colorado's As Basketball Clinic Instructor Fourth Annual School , __ To Be Held in Denton Coach Forrest Cox From June 23 to 27 Coach of tbe utrong UufWMsitJ of Colorado quintet, whM| only tat ynar captured the National Invitational Ba*ltfthall Tournn- meat championship hi New York. Forrest " Front y" Co* has b««m cunwl an principal in*truc«< r at the fourth annual Texae High School Basketball Coach.-* Avi- ation coaching whool and clinic which will b* held here Jum- 2,'J- 27 at the Teacher* C'ollejrf, Pete Shand*, NTSTC mentor and As •ociation < ee retary-trenaurer, an- nounced hen- today. Three Conference THIen Cox, who ha* given Colorado three Rocky Mountain Conference caire titles in hi« aix yeara at the Boulder institution. will head the MMhtaf school fltaff that is ex- pected to be one of the tant wtr j awembled for a Texas basketball , jcture(, ^ u Forrest "Froaty" clinic. In addition to Berl Huff- men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1941

! li • I • | t it / Clarence, TC Janitor, Gives British Tinfoil The Campus Chat TC School Scouts Honor Our Flaq Emerson Foresaw United States As World Benefactor A role for the United States of America as the benefactor of na- tions, a role which she may l>e call- ed upon to assume at the close of the present World War, was fore- seen more than seventy-five years ago hy Ralph Waldo Emerson, who stood in his day and still stands as the embodiment of the ideal America, Dr. Floyd Stovall,, direc- tor of English at the Teachers Col- lege, declared in a lecture Tuesday morning. In the lecture, the first in a ser- ies of five on the survival of ideal- ism in American literature which were delivered this week in the college auditorium course, "Amer- ica Today," Dr. Stovall traced the development of idealism in Amer- ican literature in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to its first complete literary expression in the prose anil poetry of Emerson, t'ommon Belief Democracy, Dr. Stov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1941

PAGE TWO . J " THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 20. IU1 The Campus Chat Visits Campus IMHocmI Offin* ww Manual Arts 107 raMiatad b ifc r„|k* fnm atli Juno* tha n>ll«s* rmr trr the « <• '• «# ika Mortis Taaai Stata Taachan Ca. rg* Cr.carad aa •arond- c*u naattar Darmba* ! 1« at tfe* u-m\ uffira at DMMe* r«u uM f tha art oi Hmrrb I, \1t% F™ liukatrtptiua Ha'~ t)ati r«l ti> MaSI II. M jjjMlf rrrr * ,n I Aaauciav* KdtUir —- Krai Kdtutr aiKirta Mtor Celumafct*: 0«*ta A M* Johr, jftltw Walkar : - ' . Mary W.liarJ JBMM* fpw IflMaai, «■* HMMk MM- •Ml MH NtlJMM WaMHk Buinmi Mary La. K«n Lily Ha«aii. , M m? M<-Ma .a.. Ifu.tnw. Mana**r J«o« A4*arti«ia« Managfe SKoM^n ... c. It. #kul«r< .M J. 0 Mall J M«raba> ut Taaaa lmarr«(la«4aW J'r«w AmuoMmk Mam bar „l kw latad C«-iW«ial fraM K*t,r«M*iM by National AdwtfcU* 8«f*l*a. I« June IS, 1941 The Editor's Desk By JOHN THOMASON IT'S TENNIS TIME Come summer, for the past year or two. the boys down in the print shop and aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1941

r THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1941 PAGE THREE r p Fourth Basketball Coaches Clinic Begins Monday Eight Experts Are Secured; Cox Will Be Head Instructor Registration Begins Monday at 1:30 p. m. Cox Lectures First Cox To Instruct School Coaches At Cage Clinic £poAtAcAifUi4Sie By RANDALL SEELY Stroup's Tankers Will Open Swim Season in Meet Tonight The Texas High School Basket- ball Coaches Association's fourth annual coaching school and clinic will open here Monday, June 23, As in years past, an all-star cast of instructors will be present. Eight experts on basketbull prob- lems have been secured and will be on hand to start Monday. Registration will take up u large part of the time the first day be- ginning at 1:30. However, Cox will speak from 4 until 5:30 and again from 7:30 until 9. The fee for visiting coaches is five dollars and for college students is three dollars. Staff Includes Members of the staff, besider Cox, include J. W. St. Clair, mem- ber of the Na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1941

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1941 ■ ■ 1. I ft Amusement Merry-Go-Round By LEE HINTON Sea Scouts On First Leg Of River Trip; See Wisconsin Students On Same Journey Madeleine Carrol and Fred Mac- Murray arc rontarrcd for the fourth tim* in recent years in Paramount'* exettintf romantic ad v-enturc, "On«- Nijfht in Liahon," which open* on the Saturday bUi- in* and continues on the Sunday Monday run at t«* Texan. I'revioualy teamed together in "Honeymoon in Bali," "'Cafe So- ciety," and "Virginia," Fred and Madeleine (rive what ia con aide red their b***t performance yet In their lateat «how, which ia caat again*! a background of my*tery and nair«- n the wtrtwn Euro- l«an continent The handsM.m. MacMurray, «*■ cowboy turned aviator, meet* the lovely Madeleine. Kn*H*h irirl son • ideretl a* th< acrecn'a m<mt beau- tiful blonde, in an underground *helt«r during an iir-raid in black- ed-out London. Pron this rather thrillintr romantic meeting, the pair *...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1941

.. ► M ! * Twenty-Four Hours To Live; What Would You Be Doing? Eby Gets Many Answers The Campus Chat Ho-hum, 24 houra to live, and what to do? Frederick Eby, who believes in giving his education students 'something new every day,' recently woke up a sleepy class by a demand for a written answer to the question, "What would you do if you had only 24 houra to live?" Amusing and amaz- ing answers to the query proved Eby's theory that the subject, al- though old, still has possibilities. The papers were unsigned, but it's an easy guess that it was the fat girl who answered, "I would eat all the candy, cake, and fatten- ing food 1 could get!" 25 Students Polled Of about 25 students polled, half said they'd rush home if faced with death in a day; almost as I* K T K I 1 Omar, concurring in the decision to ~ "——— eat and be merry. One victim of Oi I ± Cl. DilCL modern repressions tentatively jTUOSnt DlTcJW i Oil OmOWS planned to tell his teachers what he thinks of them, read all the "Wild W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1941

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 27. 1941 The Campus Chat EAtortel OfftoM ;tn Muni Arte 11 PttbltUMd by tlM T««km C®lb« fr«w wUy dor la* tmt k «*• •to4 oU ut tn Neett T« < Mot* Taaeitm Swi. ~T«* h « C.lta** F ••«<"« . ——W . ! >•. •« «*• ► « "«*• •« IVf,U^ T«* un<W-r tit* arI at * r fc . t*T> Li L m.ii | II M John T%um on Smltmn* W lkw M r> W.IUrt i «<• * ' C*taa n«u (m«ta jUUti, Ln Htolw. M r W "* *■'' da.J Im*> NiIjmm W tt r . ML. Editor Spurt* Editor ...tar o< T«m lnUrf«.ll<B(PH f>p _ *«r.l>.r at ColUr*i W l fW« RavraMftUd by N«tkm«l A4 .rtuln« «rvtr . Inc. June 27, 1941 The Editor's Desk By JOHN THOMASON ITS A SHAME Monroe Katz, chief sweater of our apartment, come* up to our sleeping place one night this spring almost in tears. His usually smiling countenance is by no means anywhere to foe seen. To be truth- ful, he is just not in the mood for it. Being a gentleman who at all times takes the events of life very muchly ser-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1941 PAGE THREE * i * ♦ Ysleta Coach Named Association Head «-=Sfu^Uicnipiu^e As Fourth Cage School, Clinic Closes By RANDALL SEELY Dallas Swimmers Edge Locals In First Tank Duel, 35 to 31 Aces Take Lead In 'Mural Play With Tom Cat Win Walker Bernard's Ace* took the lead in the intramural noftball tournament this week by downing Charlie Turner's Tom Cats 8-4. The game, played last Tuesday evening, was the opening game of the current season. Bernard and Pinton worked on the mound for the Aces, with Dudley behind the plate. Watson, Nolan, Speck, Wetzell, Sebastion, Estes, and Lloyd Woods were oth- er members of the team. Garnell Taylor and Jerry Hoff- man divided the pitching duties for the Tom Cat*, and were backed up by Choc Sportsman, Johnson, Bra- shears, Bill Cooper, Gene Wood, Turner, and Springs. The four teams will play a double round-robin, playing three games a week. Games will be played on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 June 1941

mr-' PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS ("HAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1941 Biackburn-Mustain Ceremony American Idealism Performed Sunday in Denton Leave for New York Following Reception, Dinner In Honor Miss Carole* Blackburn, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mr*. 8. A. Black- burn. wa« married last Sunday to Dr Rhood* Mustam of (ialventon and Aubrry in the First Presby- terian Church of Denton. Dr Harry Ooodykoonti read the ceremony. The bride wal given in marriage by her father, who ia a teacher of industrial arts at the Teachers Coileire. The wedding musk included vio- lin solo* by Judson Cunter, Teach- ers Collr.'e musician, who played "Drink to Me Only Witn Thine £>••" and "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Charms." Some girl* from Teachers College xang a selection from the "Rose Maid- en." The church choir, agisted by Mrs M. L. Hutcheson, Miss LWIao Parrill, arid Bob McDonald ang the "Bridal Chorua' from "Lohen- grin" as the wedding party neared t he altar. Miss Gladys Kelso, organist, pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1941

'ft 'H$lr, • : 1 1 I 1 ■ * € National Youth Program O'Daniel Signs Bill For New Building Will Be Sponsored Here; State Officers To Speak College Biennium Appropriation Gets Governor's Approval Williams is Chairman For July 8-9 Session; 8:30. H-201; Ed 53tf. problems in rural school administration and supervision, 10 a in., A-313; Ed v U i , . - I 545, problems in administration Kellam, Manning bpeak an,j necondary schawls, 7 a. m.. A National Youth Administ.a- "■-'•'i. Kd r.sj advanced artool tion information program desired ^m'mstrat.on 10 a. m., A-30 . - - ■Wdeiits not havinir contlictim; The Camp Chat to explain the functions of NYA and to clarify procedures and oper- ation of the NYA student work and out-of-school work programs, will be sponsored by the college Tuesday and Wednesday, July 8 and 9. The program which is being i conducted in cooperation with the j state NYA school work council,' will be outlined before classes in secondary education and school administration on bot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1941

. . .J I * Hi It' SB «>.• mm PAGE TWO .... THE C'AMFL'S 'HAT, DENTON. TEXA8, FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1&41 The Campus Chat Sirfy-Si* Man Register For Selective Draft At College Tuesday 42 a.. f MT*i|r A «4 V*m F*«; * A-. - « «*#^Ba w *™jP I >rrrl> J July 4, 11*41 The Editor's Desk tb* mem4 m**ittrmtkm few m (Ma- fia Caaatjr, aad were reg>* er -.i by III# local rather than the roth*• ami- 1*3 tk AW 4k*ft registration at the esttefr* in November S©| #w reentered Th* July I draft was composed of those who have *4 21 «iwe that time. Patriotic Play Is Aired on KDNT Parade of Opinion By TCHS Class America'* eaihgi—i are enthusiast* sponsor* of the rise of Pan-Aaierkantaai. The trend toward solidifying relation**! ip* >*twwn the United Stat** and her lister nation* of the New World in evident in de- velopment# on hundreds of campus** Importance of education'# role in thi* Held ift noted by the New York Times, which points out that in recent months the republics to the south have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1941

;if Mj 1 ! THK CAMPUS ( HAT, DKNTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 4. UM1 Defenders Win Mural Basketball Flag; Beat Tom Cats 31-22 In Final Game Yarbro Scores Often ' ~~~~ In Lot Minute Spree; Eagles Win Three LSC Titles Fans See Fast Game In 1940-1941 Sports Season Crowned Football 8t,Mft'R of tlu" 1941 taT"P«*'Pn. if x " . which tine it *u to., late to k I- Golf, Track Champs; much mar* than pnwtip D 11 • t • ,rnm • mUmt dismal mm. High Kunners-Up in lenms n^ht of the Bagte's play was their . . . . 53-42 win over San Marcos and Lone Star Conference champion* th(,{r d(>w Io8K to Kut Tex„ in thr*. of the leagues five major a„ th, WMSon nnalt, ajwrta- football, track, and golf- Holainil^ the Vl^wl nntl admi- and winners of roaner-up honors ru(jtJn of th(. „atinn.j( traek foI. ui tennis, the North Texas State iow,,r„ for b,.jnK ont, nf the fore- Teacher. College Proudly looks ^ thin!y.dtld squa<,„ jn thc hack on the school year. 1940-li 41, CHUnt (Wh rhoc S]K>rtMMn>, as heniR one of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1941

m. mmm BAT, mcl F*U AY JIU* :<*: Teacher Must Understand Self, Says Sutherland teas stent Conference _ j ' H ■fcniiiiiTrt ufjt tttMkie tKr mmmmv gfp'i ■p*e nt im fmpRMH nf jmaift * • * • - * j*rt J *5 Ml 4MTMV fte®dtef lUMl ('.'smut n*t ■Mi ftp. mtew ■ Sftr af <fc : 'fcwwresty # M JtAMlVT' ?.■;; I • *. t«Hi m JUte" fy I *A f30C, *41 ''sub* > 'A jf ^jj?' Tj(|)Hjfrf' t,j sag. aa# te aaasmtecw wWk a teg- of M-'ifc-.^. iiiiMii ji-~——■— <«aeiaa"WW i>aw> ,mti mwm *##« «f wits? te fjfclLS #9^atf®£Jfe<fc 'ittta* V'*M ^ptM"T WW«. *y bp1 # •*** i fft ittfc Jk£0-¥i~ *&jif0P* pm* ai <11 a J# -• —' •' ....A ... - - uj II lUMl'f ■Ilia 'Sb ;fc .. > -* -It MBjuBi' ST i il « , r - A lA lei ■ilirf^ " •' r > I f I iMHtg IpVgFv^m >*'' S3f^f^K*w i nSI wjPHIf wWrf ap*™"*"w * "'w^aK-lm-v* '^w w.„ t#6 JMhH w« iitfc ■ filial _ IcW Yaafth aad wtmnmm * t*t aarai? hegr «f err** *'•«.< by urifc* m r*Mk. « ttent £Md TiaHHfi T* Ml Rfr ?SiW SK^SMM^te 3^iiWi Y iCA J-jy J*T.rS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1941

, I w I New York Reporter Relates Tales About the Big City To Homefolks in Texas The Campus Chat Editer's Not*: Thfe in a por- tion of Uif story written by Kdith MrKlhen> in the (orm of ■ letter back hone which was published in the Tuesday, July 8. edition of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. She is one of thirty-aix college students in New York with Dr. Merl Bon- nev's psychology class.) IVar Folks: During our tnur of New York'a great negro section, Harlem, last weekend, we "came to" suddenly to realise that many thousand*, per- haps millions, of people believe that a certain Harlem preacher is God. Yes, God and the stocky, a! most - bald Father Divine are one and the same to a vast number of the negro race here, and to many other people —both black and white—all over the world . , . But our study of Harlem and the negroes was not devoted entirely to this leader of a new religious order, though he was the most interesting. Suppose I try to "take you along" on our Sunday's jaunt, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1941

Hilt " lillll THE TAMPLS CHAT. DENTON TEXAS. FRII A\, JITY 11. I 41 .■j. .. PAt.K TW< lr< The Campus Chat M..— .1*1 ~ . rIllicit k* ttw TmmO* ' ■■torn- t *■ Offms New York Reporter |TeNi Texts Folks ffcbout Hie Big City a atafto* MMi 4. P w* ibHH.nurf M - - -• Ui«tkiu SirtKlJ July 11,1941 The Editor's Desk ly JOHN TWOMASON Hi ■si' ; rX ^-|ij The writer find* great tatwIHii in the fact that son** very feroadminderf writ- er on the staff of the East Texas State . College paper, the East Texan, ha* taken a very liberal view of the fail- ure of our (taper to predict the result of the recent senatorial election We quote: "The North Texan State Teachers Col- lege student poll failed to function prop- erty lent week when it was tested on the senator"* race. They pare Texas' Favorite Son Mann the lead with Presidential Fav- ored Johnson running a close second. Of course this* poll was only to -how the opin- ion of the Teacher* CoBegi and not the state." Now I'm more than somewhat elat...

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