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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1941

, t Ik < ' I • I \ Yarbro Named Head Basketball Meritor As Shands Granted One-Year Leave THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941 PAGE THREE J rJ rJ rJ r J rJrJrJrJr JrTFJrJrJrTFJrJ -♦ Takes Year Leave Former Cage Captain Assumes Coaching Duties for One Year Dan Yarbro, basketball captain of the Teachers College during the 1938-39 season, has been named head basketball and tennis coach of the Eaglet while Coach Henry G. Shands is on a one-year leave of absence to study at the University of Texas, officials of the athletic department announced Thursday Leading icorer for the Eagles for two years, Yarbro played on the varsity three years here, and he has coached two years at Bard- well School since his graduation in 1939. The first year he was at Bard- well, his team won the county and went to the finals in the district. Out of approximately 76 or 80 games his team played in the two ; years, it lost only seven, two the i first year and five the last year. Shands cani...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1941

MM I PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1941 i v Graduates coounutii front page- 1. i NMi. Us, Nomh. H*r ArMiur, M.a . Ntckui*. HutJu Ar M A . NttM • -. r' L«wr«aca. M H. . LKtrl., Ar.tn ituMa. Ms.; I'arka. U. L MM . Htm*** K . tf.A. . I'ow.ll H. J . M s , Ktm.r,. c. 8, MUki Kuu. IMaa t*ru MA . Kot.id Jo* bun, Ml , Kita> Andr. JmtMmu., M.S.; Ik> in Ota. M.S.; KuiMNoa. Willi** Cw ««U. M A Kua> Wallfaia BeUia*. Nouu* r>iiu. M.S., Kuaifu Cfcartak. M.h . S>n(uM, tharla* kl*u>l M.S.. achB.oj. r. Helen C«c*ita. MM , cu«n i fc «r*u K« '«Tt. M i; a«al . 1m atjr tr«l. MM . 8«tf. LaiiU Ctrl*!*. MS . > l >«!««. 8w*«rl h ranktiu. MA it Marran M>rt. L va4a. MS., ahavar Sub m MA. ah.lt.wi, J. D., MS. bkktHnan. Wot, it* M. A., Sfclia*. J. *titi MS . Smith, Duru'.r., M ,-itaiu.. W Umn-r. M s . hu.ltxo H*ar/ L. M.fe. . Bimwr Van. r ti utau«. MS . a Miii.on. Mar it. Mariuo, MM. tacMar. k'Uir Ait-erto. Ml; Tajtor. < * r** . <w.t H" •on. M A ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

1 ■ ' A Scoring Spree With SMU, Eagles! SIXTEENTH YEAR 'turn l!ll |* l.i, I nil ■ Aid T* CMm Is Aim of New Relief Group Chinese Assistance Committee Is Headed By Mrs. Kingsbury T«< aid China, which has stood us a bulwark for five year# aguiinst Inpanexe aggression and American *afety in the Pacific, the United China Relief committee for Den- ton County has launched a drive for fundi* on the campus of North Texas State Teachers Cottage, Mrs. J. L Kingsbury, county chairman of i hi committee, has announced. Hfembers of the men's Intor- f rate i nity Council voted at a meeting of the council Tuesday to recommend to member fraterni- ties that the groups pledge a cer- tain amount of money to United China Relief. An appeal will be made to women of 'he college fo contributions at the annual meet- ing of Tc co-eds and their house mi vhers Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 7 p.m. in the college auditorium. Those who are not reached through either of these means are requested to make contributions u, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

-i-S' PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2«, 1941 The Campus Chat Trillion* ] « I-afclMwrf k* Th* Twtan Cellar* r >a fcii< •«*) < ria* 0* natat m i u lb* K II> 7«u Sui T Of ike*, flfia -g -laa, natter *, l l*. t tb« mm! tnu j«rt*r t>* ri ef M«rrh I. lift. Rot crlp*W* R*<-. txlionri kf M U ft \4- *l Dam ■MM Jl& fctftor . AeNwU-le Goi«u >> <' • Cl.* ie* tan. OitHa B \.j «r- int Hi'il r 55? IMNmm J$8>W On mil tlm - ,;,c, St ... a*? Martin .. Kw K ««4 J U Mali IK Mwr.bw «t T < r>*M AaarMteii'a September 2€. 1941 1' I K la-1 The Editor's Desk By JACK MAGFIRK I wan a green kid just out of hi^h school and it wa* my first j«fc. I didn't know the difference tapmrtn a by-line and * mast- head but I did know that f wanted to lie a newspaperman. I told the Old Man that. He'd been in the game the liest part of three decades and he knew ail the ropes. He wan rough and tough but he wan a good editor. Yen. he said, he'd give me a chanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

mmmM. 1! j'jV THE C AMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1941 PAGE THRBE ' J J i 1 .1 Siscomen Will Open Season Tomorrow Against Southern Methodist In Dallas Graduation and Draft* Hurts North Texans; May Take to the Air Football is in the air—literally! The air-minded Ragle* will in- vade Dalian tomorrow and pre- game indications are that they will probably pitch the ball all over the field. Co-Captain Wood, Per- mU, Clayton, and Ashton, back- field passing aces, have been hit- ting the receivers with great ac- curacy this week and will con- tinue tossing tomorrow. Facing the Southern Methodist University Ponies will be ten Ust- termen from last year's champion- ship team. The starting line-up will be made up of seven letter- men and three squadmen of last year's team. Ware Percell, trans- fer, will be the only person to start the game that has not play- ed for the Green and White be- fore. Lost to Ponies Last Year Last season NTSTC dropped a hard-fought game to the Poni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

PAGE FOUR II*:,■Wm THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPT1 1941 Eagles Open Track Season ® r In Norman* Okla., Saturday OU and Okie. Aggies T~ Wifl Be Hosts to TC NjHhT——Clf fl Cindermen for Moot Await Big Season Choc Sportsman * qua rut Will make iU 1JM1-42 debut w t«* track held tow-now afMr-' Tr basketball fans can get read', noon between th* halites of the M 1 XCltlfig HMOft, fcfff'r'hfi/ Oklahoma u! Oklahoma A A M * *n ***** Teaa.' new-1 fooibtli game m an uoprw f-icQtcfl *X appointed hosketbsil Mack tna^ia'n^t at JuTlTSlj "W*h ,h« Howard, Daltor, Campbell, and '•'k iri>w l**t JMtar. a Jot of hard ; Boyd Vaughn take to thi open *®rk, and WBI food l r >* * k *, tktr^ country ag .:~ t strong opposition h<"*W iw* be any raaaon Why we' U to l*k Tyik of Okkkoaa U «'*ri't be mm* real cemfxetHtkm ir.l || ' a ■ the Low Star CmwHhbii tilt th J year," Coach Yarbro aaid thi« m: get in tf.spe it Ai it •tends anything cat) Mr. SporUmai OU won the t With boys like Boyd 1M1 Lon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

* i • § ————— SECTION TWO VORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 116. 1941 I'ACE FIVE 1 Carroll Rllis and Miss Frances Kennedy were crowned king and queen of the student body in colorful May Day ceremonies at the amphitheater. Only an inkling of what was in store for ('amp Wolters soldiers who visited t campus in the spring were seven co-edit who met soldiers at (he forks of the Dallas- Fort Worth highways and escorted them to the recreation park for a picnic and dance with some 125 co-eds. First of the men selected for the 20-mail air corps cadet unit when air corps offi- cials were up to examine applicants in the spring are shown in the picture- on the ground, W. A. Hunter; on the wing W. H. "Dub" Sonntag; in the pit, Keith Tye, and Warren "Ham" Smith. CJ iris are on ground, Bubblie Me Daniel; on wing, left to right. Billie Newton, Margaret Harvey, and Mary Myers. Highlights A Pictorial Review of Some of The Memorable Campus Scenes of Last Year tt'XW 8. M/AJO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

PAGE SIX THE C*MflS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3*. 1941 Beta and Goezle Fratf First To (leci Officers Graham and Matthew*1?"™ " Hie Re MM £i ine Head '41 Fraternities pfc0,gff Sorority H« It, f.r«t a*..«n* th* fraterniti** Annual Tee Sundiy to elect offirer* for the term c c . &m OB*ate «ni tk B-t* Alpha or rresnmen vsrirls Hho Bete. SitkM Graham. *rn i i,'ll t •• If*1'11 '0t fr.Mii Miner*- Well*, i Vat newly elected prewdent of the Qeeal**. while <i rtnn<J Mi, thew of Hilhiboro will head the Me. -tr.* M-ndny evenln* lit th* fraternity ho** *t MS Sycamore, thf OeedaV '• Mi their other officio Donald MeLeod of Will# Kant. VK -pr<* iA>fnt; Leon Hut- urn of UaoM rwl. aeerotarv. Griffin of Dullu*. treasure* I I. D. Crista Historical Society m,tb i. a fa K. V CfiMk Historical Sr. "f ,h® «** ■ f:hat eiety will meet Tuesday, Saptem- ^ , ,„„• her M. at, 7: SO p.m at tfw have Meeting of H County of Dr. Newtoa, 17*1 W Sycamore Student* It Scheduled Street Following...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

* 'r?W^'-^Ww?. ? I THE CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON. TK XAS, FRIDAY. SKPTKMBKK 26, 1941 PAGE SEVEN Campus Hornet Club To Meet October 3 Hyder Plans Work Girls of Colleqe Psi-Kappas Elect pr5d«y Ni9^ Informal ForTC Debate Club T° Meet with Dean Bruner 4M2 Head To B**in 0ctobw 3 The annual get together of ill -phe Campus Pivparai ;on for the meeting* of *iHa of the colUve, together; The tiret of the Pridny night in- h„ul u„ tirHl r the National Pi Kaon* l>elta at wMh the directors anil hoeto">MNi «f Jaekye Hiuner, senior student formal dance* will b* held Friday, mi. j|ilm1 and the Southern 'he halls and the house mother* of 1 from fort Worth, waa elected pre* Oct. S. from S:00-I0:00 at the S,M .rh A M V,at^'n at N.-« ihl.an «<\«"'H' hornet for Kirl., will be .dint of the Uho chapter of the ' •- " in the iprinc will be the major aim! luesday, September .'10, at ?> Mi* Pal Kappa*, honorary na- toward v hich the member* of tn • ' " 1,1 * *.• college auditorium. i tional organisation ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1941

PAGE EHJHT THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 38. 1*41 Vacation Con11nut*.! fr >!i. oatc* 1. . ^ .j unne's Frontier Day. H* jM-rit • day* in Salt Lake City, went Chipttii Park Colorado, mw Me race* on Pikr'x Pp k ■ Lab-i fiajr and a ftvMneh #now on* weak later. In I/* Ahirelee. ' iH< form*. Mlw Vtrgtnta Hail* .f KukUsIi faculty, md her fethvr vial ted relatives. MiM ffafli jp Mu<ii«d at mm University of Sou- thern California. Craif Cwverx II State# V. Y. Craijr of the evocation K partment spent till aawatf *i* tralu of the MMMMrr mM asafc- inii an H,1M> mile trfj> wrflieh cover etl 18 stat#* and two Canadiar province* IpMMl partita of .n tereat whirh hf *Mtod ci<>r National Park, Lakes, Banff and K.rfitenay N -| u-.nal Parke in Canada. Lak - Louis* an# CnMr Lake, Mi. Rat ni«r and Yoeenute National Park Grand < Dam-, and the Graf I Caay«n. Dr. A. H. Word of th< •ducatuin faculty and Mrs. W«.nJ visited frniida in RouMer. <'mI« p«nf several ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1941

I L Give A Dime Tp Chine SIXTEENTH YEAH ■ 1 jHppmmF NUMBER 2 The Campus Chat Give A Dime To Chine NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. OCTOBER 8, 1H41 BVM TELEPHONE 1242 Yucca Awarded All-American By National Collegiate Press NCAP Highest Honor"1 Accorded Yearbook; Edited by Thomeson For the second consecutive year, the Yucca, Teachers College year- book, has received All-American honor rating from the National Scholastic Preaa Aaaoeiation, ac- f(M ,ng to word received on the campus Tuesday from Fred L. Kil- dow of M inneapolis, director of the NSPA. The Yucca was edited by John Thomason of Roanoke, 1941 grad- uate, and was printed at the col- lege under the direction of J. D. Hall Jr. The annual carried out the theme of informality, Several «n Staff Other mem tiers of the staff in- cluded Itetty Ann Fladger, Den- ton, organizations editor; Bill Bob Mcftendon, Marshall, sports edi- tor; Betty McReynolds, Oalla.<, Who's Who editor; and Charles Dameron, McCamey. copy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1941

HK ' .ihViifer'A PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, Of .TO BEE 8 1M1 The Campus Chat m PnHfrfcs* t. TW T«wi tw Nurtk Tun Mat* Ti 1W rt a* ahnk I, 1^*1* > * tut: .. II.M Jkmw*** Nw* pKSic'.- ... ••. —WH^a..- _ B6w*leSiitlier*W«r Aatuult ri* o«. ant AimtWN JM* «*>.. Mmu Walk*' M*«y i«r k«f" I' f-rt.ll* M*r Mil! AWu. WV ta«l* . % J- UMH J R« Hani' l)'.4> < r ft ?"*mf2l«""cSrto CtMWfW. V«rn*tl« (MkM* <JSS?"1.3K ,45. ft. HnM mm* ' P H*" October 8, 1941 Off the Campus Widitto Cms By ONfTA ASHLEY China Needs Our Help Teacher* College students were asked to contribute h dime thi(* week to the local United China Relief committee as a part of the national drive to raise funds for th«- needy Chinese. This in a worthy eaa*e and every stu- dent should support it. Mrs. J. L. Kings- bury, Denton County chairman of the drive, will continue to accept funds through the week of Oct. 6-10, which Gov ernor Coke Stevenson has proclaimed as United China Relief Week for Texas T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1941

the campus chat, denton. texas. FRIDAY. october 8. 1941 page three + I *0 i 1 Dovie Ann Hasn't a Beard But She Does Write Poetry Avon Publishers Pick Two Poems of Co-Ed Psychologists To Honor For Verse Collection New Members at Game She naan't a long white heard nor doe* she bubble over about •prinit. but a real poet ha been discovered on the NTST< campu* hy the Avon Publi hinff Company in the person of Dovie Ann Travm. Two of Dovie* poem*. "My Prayer" and "The Defeatist." were oelected by Avon to lie published in "The Book of Modern Poetry, HM1" which is published for the purpoae of bringing the work of young poet* to the pub.ic. When only nine years old, Dovie wrote her fir*t poem which she describes as a "gruesome little thing," in order to voice in infer- iority complex, and haD written many since that time because, a* she May*. "I can't keep from it." Her poetry covers a wide range of subjects including nature, love, childhood, and philosophy of life. Like others in whom sel...

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

■M mm' ' Hi .^::i':■>>■ . PAGE FOUR w THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1941 Siscomen Are Underdogs in Affray With Hardin-Simmons Tomorrow Eagles Doped To Lose To Strong Cowboys In Saturday Battle ^■<#7n/iJ^ArAjyTT) By AMn Wisenberg With run* of tfu HUrU-rr lit of Uu' main utrin* and MM |f mi< <ft • hard k ock " undt-r their b«lU, the KTSTC Katea lam tomorrow for Afctietw to MM the Hardin Simmntia' Co hoy eleven, and make in. ir mmmi bid of the smeon for "ther th< k«f end of • football mom. Huv.lin-Simmoaa* pacing corrt- bin*,; n that wa able to complete predict* the neort to !*• 32 to 14 t difficult)?*. coupled with the anxi| S est <4 IS aftftTT* the Baylor >" f«*W ®f Mil ISiffto-StaMMMHi ] «ty «f tfca firat jama of Ma Mr, eieiMp last .Saturday |fttrnw j Cowboy. I the r united backfield fumbled them- Barring flood*, hurricem*, or i experience! team with a wealth of natu-al phenomena, the! reeerve power, the Kagie MM- are due for another trim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. ERIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1941 PAGE FIVE Western, Patriotic Themes Headline Rush Functions Sororities Entertain With Suppers, Dances Girl's Tag To Take Surrounded by Western, Mexi- Spotlight at Dance cna and patriotic thesies, the four eampua sororities will open their semi-annual rush week Sunday afternoon. The Kappa Theta Pi wil open rush Week Sunday afternoon with its annual ruse tea from 4 to 5:30 at the Theta House. Feggy Loren- /.en, president; Mary Osborne, and Mrs. B. B. Harris will be included in the receivng lines. Woman'* Club Dance A formal dance at the Woman's ( lull Monday night from 8 to It will highlight Theta rush week. Re Girls! Here la your chance to meet that good-looking boy who sits behind you in chemistry. Those swell all-cillege informal* are scheduled to begin again tonight at 8 p.m. on the slab, and it is your time to pick and choose, j Whether yc u come alone or with a date, it is up to you, for tonight's dance is a "girl's tag." "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1941

Jeff Davis PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1941 lAAm roi tlnu«d fr«rri p*it«- 2 L hi mk ; if.''' I I Tfe« next two w**k* will prob- ably be the moat «><• tally whirling week* at the Mittre •«min r. Not only do *or*rity ru h *rtivitie« be gin , . . «che<lulwl ris the firtt r>rl' i*k. tfee fimt home gmme. kod literary club ru*b Inaction*. With the«w meial plan* in mind, wr have (ticked the "dream dr**i" tar each party. You'll find them at KbmmMi If |M® jut mmm by and have a V r a v«ry . . . you couldn't auk forfl than a W ffw nNtaa . . so Mr Uka . ■ . vary aptfi.' !♦'« "Cottage yu>-en" and of r«'sn ii*« the *n*w*rto| fachionabli' college party ymi are bid to. Tile skirt i« m*d* in three titrs , ,. «|g|| 1W<—>!■ in full Mas. Tk* *U|MW*tr biaua* ha* a •iuamt high necklinr and low waiHt ... If you *av«d atek*ln every day the pric« wouldn't a thin*. Pick the shade of better proiport in the fator* thur, tiom the withdrawal of troop* from *ue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1941

1 Mum THHIMfl m Down the Aggies Tonight SIXTEENTH YEAR The Campus Chat NUMBER 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. OCTOBER 10. 15(41 Down the Aggies Tonight TELEPHONE 1242 Women Carry Off Honors In Campus Minor Elections Draft Influence Seen In Lesser Elections As Girls Predominate n Avesta Urges Hyder Appointed To Direct Early Entries National Student Assembly While the men are failing away from the Teacher* College campus to carry the colors of Uncle Sum, the women of the college are car- rying off honors in minor campu* election*. Whan President W J. McConnell looked over hi* list of nominees from the various classes to the ttne arts ami publications councils thif week, he found tin- proportion of women over men aliout five to one. The policy of the college in the past few years, President McCon- nell said, has been to appoint stu- TC To Salute U. S. Marines Defense Day Band, Green Jackets Will Go to Dallas For Sunday Event North Texas State Teachers Col- lege wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1941

M. ,«l *•'« I' CiMhMl VMkif iturir.K Itt r"H— Kir la «t U NirfOi 1V«i YA t. r w <iau> IIrfJvr ttsi't r THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBKR 10. 1941 || ... J** MMMHMI NrIMsm Walfct-r Hmw /•at(r Uriwr li.r.Hhx Nstfte ■Sri* Hill Ait in WtMttbwrV T J RaiMMr ,, H#v Harm. Rob CMft I'lttth '<>« Vmrtte OraM*. OwU Hnuri-M' Uuitk lUrrt* •. <>«r ClSSfc. Maarf M*- fl*rt*N bn-w.. Kill tt.. ti i, Klfir 8b Hprwn -:ri C f. HlwifoM .lid J I Hull " Tt—" <«<■*«* >*MR tj—ifcw of Kfotfrl ImWM* P &pf*mie4 by M.tlwmi MmSwIS Rwvtr. I"' Ortob«r 10. IST Football Is H«re There's a certain nip in the atmos- phere arid a smile on the face* of North Texas student*. Football in In the air. Tonight at Eagle field, Coach Jack Sisco'a Lone Star Conference cham- pion* play host to the Arkansas A. and M. Boll Weevil* in the first home game of the season and the student body will probably turn out en masse for the affair. The added attraction of the con- teat will lie the trad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. I 41 I Wood's Score Downs Hardin-Simmons Texas Meets In Close 7-3 ImiMwiw1 HImi In Other Southwestern Eagles Upset All Dope In Drive for Victory Over Touted Cowboys Going to Abilene with blood in their eyes and a lust for victory, the North Texas Eagles rode to a 7-3 win over the Hardin-Simmons Cowboy* last Saturday night. This was thr first defeat suffered by the Hardin-Simmons gridders on their home field since Centenary b«at them on October 1, 1938. Scoreless First Half Both teams, smarting from shut- out defeats the week before at the hands of Southwest Conference op- ponents. succeeded in holding each other scoreless in the flrst half. Wood, for fC. and Evans, for Hardin-Simmons, both missed field goal attempts in the first half. The field goal attempts were the only serious scoring threats during the first half. The highly favored Cowboys took the lead early in the third period on a field goal by Puncher Captain Murry Evans, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1941 *:fv/ Wood Finally Win* Nation's Number two Team Gridiron Acclaim; New Honors Due Unbeaten in Southwest CARET * Cndefentad and untied after two got th« Kin of it* life Iaat Hatur j irra«llint interactional iimmm, <l y, when it *w forced to com* Coach D. X. Bible's U.nghoros are from behind to overtake Ula under- Kuitene Wood; riding high atop the Southwest <Jog Southern Method i*t University cam* hII the way M«*HM aUrwlinga with vie- aggragation 1*10 Were it not for Iflmai Eaat Teaas • tones ovor Color—u UHwilHl j a last mimic fumble to OWl 'to win jrri<liron,and L8t". Texas is ranked a« the Millar, the game might wall have lama at Teacher? number two team in tfca MtM«. anded in a 1A-10 b*. A p*M if** fOiHiw aaplati F«t*la|to Ia4 the Te*- Sophomore Malay to Blifann gave The Itl pm fi Leagfeorns to a 34-0 victory ovar gave XMC ita firat *cora and a 34 I Eagle CO-captain the Louisiana State Bengal*. With | yard field go...

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