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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 October 1931

YW Carnival THE HANDOUT published by students of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 16. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1931. Hallowe'en_£Jite *VVS^>/VA >/S/^WWWWVS/S WV NO, i. Hallowe'en true Celebrated by YW Carnival A Hallowe'en carnival will be spon- o sored by the Y.W.C.A. for the stu- dents'and their friends on Hallowe'en . night. The Administration building will be converted into a spooky, fun- giving habitation for* the activities I'l r of the evening". A queen of the car- nival, who is to be .chosen by the student "body, will be crowned and will preside over the revelry. Booths will offer tempting eatfe and chalices to consult the Fates as to what your ' future will be. Princesses are being invited to the festive <;orona,tion from the neighboring kingdoms of Texas Christian University, North Texas Agricultural College, Southern Methodist University, College of In- dustrial Arts, North Texas State Teachers College. Trinity University, Hillsboro Junior College, Weather- ford College.,...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 October 1931

PAGE TW O THE HANDOUT <3* FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1931 THE HANDOUT ON CUTTING CLASSES. C' I ■ Official student'nfwspa.per, publish. . Cutting classes and chapel is a t>«4 by the .Student Ass •ciaiion of Texas habit which is very easily acquired. Woman's Oollcftf ' Very Friday in tlie' Perhaps a girl doesn't fully realize regular school year, at Fort Worth,: the mistake she makes in cutting BETWEEN CHOKES THE OFFICE BOY 0 By Agatha Gundy By mere accident, the office boy doubt | saw Miss Stephenson's assignment Texas. Office set Arts Building. who'll ! sheet for the class in editorials for Hortense: I'm sorry. No iD't floor of Fine classes and chapel programs. Cer-'you'll find some other girl j tainly, no one but heftelf „ suffers i make you forget me. this week: ^As soon as he s\aw it, he '-'rem the act, but has she ever stop- ■ He: Oh, but I can never forget ' immediately laughed? Then he got mad. Then—lo, and behold! alojjtg came the editor and save the office' boy an editorial a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 October 1931

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1931 THE H A N D O U T SOCIETY FA«iK THREE V Is Announced ''Round -up of West With the advent of autumn's first' pungent breath, organizations, soci- eties, and dormitories set in mo- tion the great social wheel. Last week there was much bustle on the part ofthe committeeixian and club officers, who were planning their semester's calendar, and much to the gratification of everyone they have turned out a seripe of, brilliant <Jates. Now the sfcene will be shift- ed and it will be the students who wear the grave countenances. At tl w Texas Giris Held The Hughes West Texas Club held annual Hound-up for the new girls frpm West Texas Thursday Evening in the gym. For entertainment, a rodeo was held. The judges were Miss Agnes Hughes, Miss De Rem a Parker, and President and Mrs. Brabham. Mar- tha Grayes was Master of Ceremon- ies,, Four ranches were represented. The ranches and their foremen were as follows: Bar-C Ranch, Gladys weal uic rave countenances. At 3 least,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 October 1931

v~ PAGE FOUR T H E HAN RO UI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1981. From the Sidelines | j Nobody seems to know. Wouldn't JI N'IOItS MAKE THEIR [the Koros feel ftinny if no one took ' PROGRAM them up on their challenge? Some-j —' . - —. body else might feel funnier. L Juniors accepted the resignation Saturday afternoon but Miss Helena Price, freshman, from PLANS | Stanton spent the week-end in her home town. She attempted to leave in true -o— ■*«4'of Ladine Shiveley as hockey captain freshman spirit she boarded the Dean Howard Talks on Budgets in Chapel Isn't it fun to sit on the sidelines and watch the freshman gyvat at the ball so confidently and miss it? j ' a However, some of the upper-lassmeri' Budgeting time was the- topic are equally as bad, only ,of course, which Dean C. M. Howard discussed one isn't supposed to notice them i at chapel Thursday. An outline of and their errors. Some of them are j effective study procedures prepared so obvious, though, that it is hardily | by the Universit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 30 October 1931

' '^1 WONDER WHO IS THE HANDOUT CARNIVAL QUEEN PUBLISHED BV STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 16. FRIDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1931. M MBER 6. Brabham Speaks for Endowment at Conferences President Brabham attended the North Texas Conference at Bonham, Wednesday evening, where he deliv- ered an^ddress in the interest of T. W. C., asking that conference to adopt his financial program. From Bonham, "President Brabham went to Austin, Thursday, to attend tfce West Texas Conference, putting on a similar program, and addressing tfee Board of Education there. He asked both conferences to endorse and accept the financial plan, which already has bft'en endorsed and ac- cepted by the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees and is a- waiting the action of the Confer- ences. Endowment and Income ,, President Brabham is asking for an annual appropriation of $25,000 from the Conferences. An income of that dmount is necessary before the South- ern .Association of Schools a,nd Col- leges will .gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 30 October 1931

page two T H E" II VN D O U T FRIDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1931 ) THE HANDOUT laper, publis'u A LETTER Dear Miss TWC: Of course every student in Texan Official student t>y the S'.udeoi Association of Texa Woman"« Cullejce every Friday in the Woman's College may ^apply that regular soh . I year, at* Fort Worih, | term to herself —in all probability • Office, second floor of Fine ^he has already done so, or wilt do ! We Seen We Had II FROM MILDRED ^Nature's \ioo<K S. S.- City of Harvard, September 15, 1031. Totes. Arts Building. Entered as second class privileges ; pending action. Subscription rate.. .$1.00 per year | so very soon. When someone asks you where you are ' from you immediately respond "IWC". Do you realize what that means" It means that you are represent- I ing our Alma? Mater. You are giving : outsiders '& glimpse of TWC. They are judging the college through,^ou Not only does your appearance count, but your every action, every word. every move you make, lodges F in thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 30 October 1931

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1931. T II K II A X I> O U T PAGE THREE A s (I i I SOPHS, SENIORS RIDE ALL SPOOKS SPECIAL s< JLARSHIP SOCIETY INITIATES MEMBERS In. of Scholarship Society members was hel<} Tuesday night in the Panther City Club rooms. An' intelligence test of forty ques- tions was given. THe program consisted of a piano solo by Miss Helen Butler, a reading by Miss Malvin- Morton, a whistling . solo by Miss Mardllla Taylor; a de- bate on "Resolved: That the Art of ("coking is More Necessary to a '.Viman than the Art of Cosmetics." the affirmative being taken by Misses Maurine Jennings ancillary Fergu- son; the negative* by Misses Ne'r.ia K.'shop and Julia Monk. The oath of membership was tal^en in candle light ceremony. Dean C. M. Howard, sponsor, gave a brief his- tory of the Scholarship) Society of the South. „w Those present were MisseS Maunne Jennings, Nelma Bishop, Helen But- ler, Mnlvin Morton, Julia Monk, Mary Ferguson, Mardilla Taylor, Mildred Cabaniss", Rita Gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 30 October 1931

PA-IS FOIJW, THE U A N D O U T FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1931. ■a Registration Statistics Give Interesting Data Statistics concerning Texas Wom- an's College have been iastred by the office ci the dean. A bulletin has been mimeographed which contains information relating to classification of students, student church member- ship or preference, their home and school addresses. Total Enrollment In looking over the bulletin it is discovered that there are 191 stu- dents enrolled. Of this number there are 1-1 who are not regular students but are taking special work. The 177 regular students are working to- ward degrees. Working for the Bachelor of Arts Degree axe 119 of the regular students. For the.Bach- elor of Science Degree, 40 students are spending their time studying. Majoring in music and expecting to receive the Bachelor of Music Degree are !S. W Hobbies Who would imagine that Miss Lena Grimmett, the librarian, is interested in athletics? It really is quite dif- ficult to picture the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1931

See Ben Greet and His Players OUT Next Thursday Is Thanksgiving published by students of TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE VOLUME 16. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER l!>, 19X1. NUMBER 9. Ladine Schiveley Is New Junior Class President Contest Is Between P.C.C. and Mulkey Political turmoil in the Junior class ■e ended Monday morning with the election of M^s Ladine Schiveley as president to .^ucceed Miss Mardilla Taylor who resigned last week'. Miss Schiveley, who is one of the campus's most popular girls, was the class sec- retary before her election and was also the Junior hockey captain. Be- sides her class distinctions, she holds offices in Koro, YWCA, Press Club and. International Relations, and is active in WAA, Thespian, Hughes West Texas and Spanish Clubs. Miss Mardilla Taylor, who wasf en- tering upon her second year as the £lass of '33's president, resigned last week due to physical ..inability to shoulder her numerous responsibili- ties. In her last message as presi- dent, she ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1931

PAGE TWO THE HAND OI T THI RSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. l 31. THE HANDOUT Official student newspaper, publish, erf by the Student \si it'iation < !' Texas Woman's College t'Vpry Friday in lh« regular school Texa^. Office, Arts Building. year, at Fort Worth, second fi;<or of Fine jEntered as second-class matter, October 16, 1931, at the post office, Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription price $1.55 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-chief.Hollyee Marie Riddle Managing Editor——Agatha Gandy Editorial \Vriters Mrs. Lena M. ^Winning, Mary Hamilton REPORTERS * Betty Helen Hinton, Sara Lane Mar- tin, Francis Grain, Louise Edwards, Billy Maude Hitcbcock, Gladys Key, Catherine Smalley. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Jimnjie Squyres Assistants-Agatha Gandy, Jo/ phine Adams. & Under the direction of the Journalism, Department NO HANDOUT NEXT WEEK. Owing to the fact that •* there may only be three days of school next w<?'ek there" will be no edi- tion of, the Hand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1931

THIRSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1931. T H E H A N I> O V T FAME TH It EE Sim®® Entertainments The approach of Winter herald; ; cities, returned to America in late ■ i October, with his brilliant cast of ; ! English players. Before the tour is I Mary Hamilton V completed, he Will have isited more | the "heavy" • season in the way of i than thirty states, and T.W:C. as a j VVho ls U that ITU" la us I with a cheery sinile and a sincere greeting ? I amusement ft>r the T.W.C.er. Musi- j college of tile Central West always. Residents of Boaz-Benbrook Hall cals, plays, symphony concerts, grand gives- Sir Phillip and his company will entertain their boy friencla with an informal open house Saturday night. The thgme of Thanksgiving ivlll be carried -out in decoration and entertainment. "Proms", 42 and "bunco" will compose the principal diversions. Committees who are planning the affair are: Entertainment: Misses Manilla, Taylor, Mary Hamilton. Anabelle Marvel. Refreshment: Lola Hall. Lola Thomp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1931

er PAGE FOUR T B E II A N DOIT Koros Win Cha TIT! RSDAY. NOVtMBEB 19, I9JJ. onship C.1 i On Thursday afternoon of last week the Koros broke the SMK -line "during: the first two minutes of play and sco 10:1 for a second time this season on "their traditional rivals, and for the first time since hockey has been played on the campus the Koros copped the championship title. In spite Of the strong gold and white defense line in the striking circle, the dragons carried the ball | from the 50-yard line in zig-zag fashion to the circle and shot a clean j hit between the poles. J After that, the tables were more ^ or less turned, and the Koros played the defense, but . not more than once or twice did the Keys get the drag- ons in shaky positions. Both teams were at a disadvan- tage in that they only played \Wth a nins-team line-up instead of the usual eleven. Adams (Koro) was on the side line with a broken finger, and Hamilton (SMK) was on the side line also because she was dis- abled in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 December 1931

r Press Oub Is on Campus THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BV STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE Thespian Plays Next Thursday VOLUME 16. FORT WORTH, TEXAS,FRIDAY, DECEMBER I. 1981. NUMBER 10. 'On College' Theme Presented in (hape Chapel and Editorials (AN EDITORIAL) Several complaints have been made i usually stop with the bells, but not «K. Nj. "Our College" was the theme of the chapel program Tuesday morning. Rev. Mr. Watkins was in charge of the program, introducing the speak- \ers of the morning. . The first speaker of the morning was Miss Mary Hamilton, student body president, who spoke on "Why I Spent Four Ye^ra at T.W.0.", in which she expressed the growing de- sire to return to the girls' school after the first year. Miss Ella Mae Small ■gave a most interesting and helpulf talk on "The Athletic Life and How- It. Has Benefitted Me," in which she gave the advantages of taking physi- cal education training in college.' Miss Malvin Morton discussed the "Social Life of T.W.CV' with its'many t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 December 1931

Vi, "V-7 14 « PAGE TWO T H E II \ N D O U T FRIDAY, DECEMBER t. 1931 •«r TI1E HANDOUT Olfielr ed by th Woman': regular Tesa.-. J student • Stml>'! ! , (."liege #eho. I y * • iffk-e. newspaper; kssAOCtation very lrr.(Ja if, at Kcu-t .'f'tul floor publish, f Tr\.'ts „in !Ji« Worth, | of Fine : with regard to their work. After the "breathing spell", they are able to i go to work with renewed energy and j demonstrate how thankful they are for TWO and all thiVt It means to I thgm. l'RESS i I.I li AUta Building. JUntered as rt'oond-ela.'j.s matter. October 16, 1931, at the post office, fcort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription price - — $1.55 per year The. Press Club of T.W.C. has al- ] ways been a very active and import- ant organlaatio nanl part crt the allow themselves an extra ten min- utes a day, they could make such a marked improvement on themselves anil in that \\iv be a drawing card for the college. Visitors will make the remark Jfn spite of themselvc.- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 December 1931

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1981 Life of Shakespeare T n E H A N I) O L T AOE THREE The Sophomore English classes! have completed the reading of Shakespeare's "Othello" and a num- ber of them feel like they would * liki to join the Ben Greet Players after memorizing r number of the lines. " William Shakespears was horn in Stratford in April, probably the 23rd, 1564. His father, John Shakespeare, ' although not an educated man. was a man of affairs and apparently had the confidence of his friends an 1 "neighbors. He was a glover by trade | terial on Shakespeare is limited, th preceding article on the Life 4>f | Shakespeare was written at the re- j quest of Miss Lois R. Boli, instructor, in English.) VW W'A(MiOXKB HAS \ MAX. By Sara Lane Martin A" mar lurked in Ann Waggoner Hall. In the weird hours of tlu night he w;*s seen behind doors, near dressing tables and • once was re- ported by ,an occupant retuflflng rather late behind her bedroom cur- tains.-. In spite of his frequent discover- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 December 1931

9- t'AUE FOl'B & THE HANDOUT What They Did During the Holidays Misses ■* Grace Jones. Frances Adams and Josephine Adams made a j ^[A r°cently. trip to Wichita Fails during the holi- days. There their fortune were told toy a fireman blest with that super- T®.ural p#wer"of reading the past and foretelling the future. "Miss Ruby AHece White also went to Wichita Falls for the holidays. Miss Martha Graves and Miss Ova Bi'own went to Cisco. Miss Graves attended the Cisco-Abilene football game at Abilene Thanksgiving day and visited in Eastland and Rising Star during the weekend. Miss Wilmina Salisbury enjoyed winter sports at her home in Floy- dada, where a four-yieh snow fell Thanksgiving. TWC girls ..that attended the North Side-Central high school game on Thursday at the TCU stadium were Misses Maude Simmons, Sara Lane Martin, Katherine Cox, Margaret Combest, and Mtirgaret Crowryich. Miss Mary Catherine Smith had as her guest Miss Ruth Dale Mallory at her home in Denison, for the T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

The Handout * Published by t he Journalism Department of TEXAS W O M A N S COLLEGE Volume 16 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER II, 1H3J. "Prexy Tom" Is Interestin^Man • Rev. Tom W. Brabham, presi- dent of Texas Woman's College „says, "I believe that when a proj- ect is right it needs to be accomp- lished. It can be done." Rev. Brabham was T>orn in Cass County, Texas. At the age of 14, he entered into public life with the firm of W. S. Stewart and Son, general merchants, at Bjy- ant's Mill, Texas. He was with this firm two years. I.ater he was employed at Maples, Texas, by C. H. Hope and Son, merchants. He conducted the men's furnishing de- partment, for 18 months. Then ^fter thjs business and executive trailing, he entered the Lon Mor- ris Literary College at Jackson- ville, and graduated in the^spring of 1917. He worked his way through this college and ^during the summers was a professional fca'seball player with the .Eastern Texas League. His premier pastorate, however, came ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

Page Two THE HANDOUT Friday, December 11, 1931. Student Volunteers Go to Convention Dec. 30 to Jan, 3 for inter-racial cooperation, an<! > for missions; or dipping into -some of the carefully selected books in the Book Store and Special Library; or gathering inspiration and information from the Mission- ary Education Workshop, with its suggestions for postermaking and exhibit planning, helpful resources and actual demonstrations of how such materials may be used. And so the plans arc being made to set before the several thousand students #/ho will attend the Buf- falo Convention a treat as beauti- ful as a Japanese state banquet, as delicious as the far-famed Chinese feasts, and as satisfying as an American Thanksgiving dinner. A special trip to Niagara. Falls, music by the Westminster j ma]tenal f°r, programs Choir double quartette, a unique and powerfully beautiful Page- ant, are among the "added at- tractions'* that are interesting StudentS^fn the Eleventh Quad- rennial Con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

Friday, December 11, 1933, THE HANDOUT Page Three Thespian Contest Winners Announc- ed; Ludlow Js First 0 (, " (Continued from Page One.) that her bllie eyes (lanced like the rainbow colors of diamonds and her red Hps curved into- a corky^little smile, that declared the Infanta to be the greatest person in the world •—and because Mrs. Blair became so excited uponthe entrance of Mrs, Mitchell (Joint Owners in Spain) that she waked up the innocent In- fanta who ■was sleeping next door ^ and sent her screamit^j> down the hall to the bewildered Minnie and Sally of Columbine, who immedi- ately forgot their contrast'■of per- sonalities and because as "bne in ■ trying to minister to her injured feelings. What does it all mean anyway ? Is the Infanta's birthday a tragedy? Are the Joint Owners in Spain Jointed? and Is Colubine the gam of the ocean? Oh, well, who knows \vhat con- stitutes hash, anyway, except „the cook ? But., of course one knows how palatable it ig and with what relish it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 11 December 1931

rage four. T H K HANDOUT Friday, December 11, 19,ii 0 TFic handout Official student news pap or, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at pFort Worth, Texas. Office, second floqr'/of Fine Arts Building. OPEN FORUM LA TERTULIA Kntered as second class privileges pending action. Subscription rate $1.00 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Hollyce Marie Riddle Managing Editor Agatha Gandy Editorial Wrilers Mrs. Lena M. Manning;' Mary Hamilton Exchange Editor....Dorothy Tinsley Typist _...'Ruby Alice White REPORTERS Mary Elma Ludlow, Betty Helen Hinton, Catherine Smaljey, graneis Crain, Sara Lane Martin, Gladys Key, Louise Edwards. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager.-Jimmie Squyres Assistant Josephine Adams Assistant Agatlia Gandy CIRCULATION Manager Agatha Candy Under the direction of the vJournalism Department EDITORIAL TO THE PEOPLE OF POLWHECHNIC In enlarging our school paper we are trying to present T. W. C. as a ce...

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