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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON. TKXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1941 PAGK FIVE Paul Revert' buy needs one. What? Why. a horse, of course. Ami with the opening of the Rates stables, rid- ers will have their chance to ride to their hearts' content. Five year* a if", Sweet Bates, Colorful Suppers, Dances Conclude Rush Activities ! Sororities Entertain Prospective Members Junior Mary Ardens to M SmM WiA |-|onor RUshees \ fampu* sororities cloned theii *WM rush activities thin wee; wy«il | t I T with a series of gaia teas, supper*. tVITn I n T O f fTl cl I I © and donees honoring their pros- pective member*. Members of the Junior Mai yj Kappa Theta Pi opened the weak Arden club will entertain rushee- Sunday with their semi-annual ro,.e with a tea next Wednesday from 'ea from 4 to 5:80 p.m. at th<- 4 until ft:30 p.m. Sammye Porter-1 sorority house. The theme carried field, president, will head he re- out the me motif with a rose .ceiving line. cent«rpiece and ice cream in tl < Mary Lucille Smit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TK XAS, FRIDAY, OC TOBER 10, 1941 Co-Ed Says Opera , but Job for Tall Girls Nicholas To Give History of Song In Lecture Recital BLUE SHU/TO ehoked on that of* Iin- to the hardc«t work in that I *•><! to Mr, Hit tfeaaj declare. laginli WII -Oh. Mr. mm*m, aa mmte ym wn to London." <1m*m wwifh o® The Ummf-1 who spent her lummtr Kuvinw wan uru* of tkv two Kt f* *'**" ^ •*4 «tom -p. Worth v.rh .n th. I« „r-furtto«.. *"■ . to vetoe Star* in Ditto*. Hoth firl* w«r« offered a chance *"<1 '♦M*"r5' *l the Taaeher# Whf , <w the aide KaWVoak, tat Mtoa Huah#** ■" «* *■ r**?*"* * the TC (in#er talked r.f.j«wl «ayin>r that ahe iaetrit * Pm ^MaAiy m*M, Oetohar U •IkMt tMT acyer- u, come hark t« idhp and get &to* renturtee "f ",on* *''' ** h« f -Irgmt 'wwrf to the recital eri«a, whtehl m m —I ••«* — ——$Z",irZ,X£r& day," ahe elaborated. >'-!■■■ in J. i S— «•*«' rii,*t amu*ing incident came w , . u . w , >MI| night. We '"«*■*> Hi, pnidiMtton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1941

KYSER SAYS HELLO— Hi, y all." crooned home-spun radio and movie star Kay Kyser to a delighted Defense Day crowd in the Dallas Cotton Bowl Sunday afternoon as assembled thousands, including many NTSTC stu- dents and faculty member;, witnessed a colorful pag eant dedicated to the defense of the Americas. Kyser s drawl spiced the serious theme of the day. BIGWIGS ON HAND Texas political bigwigs were in the reviewing stand as soldiers, sailors, cadets, and members of the Texas Home Defense Guard paraded in the stadium below. Shown in the front row of the picture above are, left to right, Governor Coke Stev enson' R. L. Thomas, vice president of the Dallas National Bank and a member of the Board of Regents for the Texas Teachers Colleges, who was chairman of the day s aciivi ties: Harry Seay, president of the Dallas Fair Senator Tom Connally, senior Texas senator and chairman of the powerful foreign relations committee, who was principal speaker for the afternoon; and R. I. Thornton, pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1941

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1941 The Campus Chat PoUWwl fcr TW T«usW. ' ;•!*** I>M Pufctulwd «Aii <iunng O* «*U*at ' ' Mw iA U Nunfc Twai U>W T~ u*r. > • '<->#•' . l < ,*-■ maltrr iMrrmtarr g, Iff*. • -Mm !"•>' oflpa at Ilalw. Tmat. «h j*« f Mun-i I, m P' ■■ I Ed •" . . CtfrulMlM Sia/t rMManMtoi Chart* wmv NalMano W«!k r Mary La> Imo Jtrkjr* ■rwn*r fl«rathi> Marrl «tar.« KUI AM* WkMml*r« f. 1 MWt- ... Bat Martin Bob CM* . CTiartaa «:«• i. Vanwth firalik r n«U Hi.. I ««<h (Sarrfcon Mam. H.- «. Hill Th, I tin.r Clark, M *r* Mr ~ Kit,, MhutU Hal! Krpr *rt tf hr National InWrcoUarlat* ftn AwttUrf f «rtu*ia lationai «<• t'raw. IV ft*r W Ifif (la* Hafcwi rjaHiwi OilMw* T«ar tUplltwwl by Man It «KI October 17, 1941 America Doe*n't Discriminate One of the finest things about the peace-time selective service program in America in the feet that it doesn't nhiiw any discrimination against any social group, It takes college st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1941

• m THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TE XAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1941 PAGE THREE Nigh-Flying Eagles Bury Aggies To Take First Home Game TC Cindermen Tackle Aggies North Texas Quintet Meets A & M Today In Two-Mile Affair The North Texas croM-country Siscomen Run Wild Over Razzle-Dazzle Boys from Arkansas In a game spotted with puns and !>oor football the North Texas Kagles gained some 473 yard* from the line of scrimmage in racking up a 60-0 win over the Boll Weevil* •f Arkansas A & M at Eagle Field last Friday night. Ud by Woods, Orenbaum. I>uhon team will take to the Kagle SU- and Formagus. the Siscomen scored dium cinders at 4 o'clock thi fourteen points during the first twu afternoon in an effort to defeat series of North Texas plays. The Texas A & M College in the gruel- tirst score of the game was the res- ing two-mile run. ult of a pass from Eugene Wood to The Eagle thinly-clad stars will 49-yards. be Boyd Vaughn, who was the Lone Completely Outclassed Star C hampion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1941

PACE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON TEXAS. FRIDAY. (MTOMSK 17, 1941 I I I I Bv,: Jf W11 4M mm "9 M Am JV> hm Ml Ctr Sl C > ■ I* is 9 m uA <rf M M m ei ai at til II: m B it cr ai If in U H ii w CI OS P «|f tl tl tl O * ti b T a il it w tl ft e 1 c t d I * b 1 l! f d \ t ft t i I :-W "i i i t i Tuesday Night Song Recital Clifton To Review kirrrr la • C • Shirer's Anti-Naii Opens NTSTC Music Series U«| ■!■>,i • Cushman Presents Fir«t in Series of Si* Recital Next Week \ Ruger '"u*hm r.. gaeintaait pre- feaaor of marie, * 1 pre-.il • pwm recital in the main auditor isjin, Tuesday evening. November 4, at * o'akwk Cgafctnan, who hold* the M and M M dag**** from Yale <m- v«r >ty. h«* MMM P«n . br«. ,! with Miefcula* Mnttiwr and To«m> gatthay; with Harold H«u>r aw! H. SaMWt in the* country He mtiidied at Yale from «• - * *nd h&a mugJi' at the ObfrUti < <• - *rval«rj the pant two years. "Fairy Tel., Opus 5), No. 3" by Medf.net, under whom f'uehman studied m fa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1941

THE CAMPUS C HAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOHER 17. 1 4I PAGE FIVE f j The eceioinj x.ine ja H CHEMISTRY REPRESENTATIVES owmJtO VISIT CHEMICAL MEET Several chemistry students and >nu j 'hemintry faculty members plan f Uwjto attend the first meeting of the hun-ll>alla -Ft. Worth Suction of the^^J Btai i Amarican Chemical Society at Ar J_ 9 Jean Tew, president of the Girls' Forum, which is ■poimorinv the club, prewided. After the election, a brief social wai held on the porch, where refreshments were served. Other officers elected included ^^■vice-president. Dawn Isbill; second vice-president. Peggy Lor- wbat jetton, Wednesday. October 22. . . P.„„- Pir E. P. Schock of the Univer-' • ttWWfWW, Fannie Fa> Por- Dr. K P. Isity of Texas will speak. con-I £ >'" 'e j GIRLS AT EAGLESTONE HAVE | enter 1 PICNIC AND DANCE AT LAKE The girls living at the Kagle- ;ut J -tone house and their dates were I ' entertained Wednesday evening | with a picnic at Lake Dallas. Kn- j rertainment i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT. MIITON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER IT. 1941 President McConnell Receives Campus Pecans About a half bush*. of shall pe*an *ri picked TbilfWbf the lour Man tram on the to be pnaanted to Pre«. WHAT A WEE* E*l> THIS «HL| ■ - • •*■ wm Urn M maS Mi Ptmkkmt McC««aeU aaaaaMy ' Tl* trip and the mtorfr«tornity| M lucutiiFor CLCs Today ^ At Arden Lodge Annual Rushee Tea Porum Council Sponsor Haile Presents Song N.choles Big-Little Sifter Adootion «... A , With Traditional Service To Sr. Mary Ardens «i the ampu* wilt he formally ad.-pted by r>Mvr mrl« in thr nniM) At TV rwffBt Little Mater Adoption Program to *•'>" Ar***'r' *** «fca IIWI f'nm ttto ilPf •MP «■* **• —ww.pl1 «•** • "«* f*«M >ta Mart jflp> this af § ^ iR Clab will M Thursday, October 23, at trw* between the * d mid*I epfe-fleiMhen week-end! -• - —w- -— -- *-« . - th* wrflae* antfltomaa, '/■^T ,f lh; #• Ar<*n * The program. sponsored by the ; from 4:9C to : . mrmltor* <>f th* Gtrla* Forum, ia -v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1941

Eaglet, Set the Bearkats! mmmmmmmm SIXTEENTH YEAR The Campus Chat Eaglet, Get the Bearkats! ■MMMRM NUMBER 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. OCTOBER 24. 11)41 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Horton Featured Speaker For Home Ec Convention College Speakers Attending Meet At ETSTC Today 24 Texas Colleges Send Delegates To Two-Day Session Miss Mildred Morton, state home demonatratiin went and vice- director of the Extension Service, will be the principal speaker at r if teen members of the college the annual meeting of the Texas focensic society are in Commerce Home Economics Association of today to attend the opening con- College Clubs which opens a two- tests of a general two-day foren- j day session on the TC campus to- sic meet, in which they will com- day. pete with speakers from East Tex- Miss Morton's subject will prob- j as Teachers, TCU, and other Tex- j ubly pertain to "Citizenship in | as colleges. i Home Economic*." Miss Myra | Speakers entering the radio con- Sowell, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1941

TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, 1® XAS, FRIDAY, 'tfTOBER 24. 1941 ■■ It The Campus Chat im ' It Teie% *<'«ie MIX I tf TIM TwrfNf* 1 lifer 4utiT.g tW f«ikarr p**r In tl&e «t >ik r<wn>lNPii IwMi#';, HjpMII '*'•* ^w90n r.' ■ r I^ HMM i <■ *«.' *•«* WttU F S«** I KBttS INhMUNIM iwl A .$*•*#* Crmtx ■0oil V ** r sr«.r * **' taM*. flaMM** flrrw*. H*rn J«m EE!®1 - "rvuiar.Sft . *r Ntttoaai tt M Friday, October 24. 1941 K Cen Happen Hare Qui* pat rs will K" ungraded. les *ons will be forgotten and profirn- mb will forego lecture? preparation* on the evening of Nov. 7 white stu- dents and profs alik* take a night off for the ftr^t monthly faculty all- tollege formal. With a grin on their face* and a 1 winkle in their eye*, the it aid men and women who think up ttioae hard exam questions have announced that "the doors of the recreation building will be thrown wider than a barn door in an effort to make the formal the most successful social function of the year," Every member of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1941

«SI THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DKNTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1941 PAGE THREE Fo' Ragles Trounce SFA 28-0 p|,T° Start Conference Race -«ror i ram Edith cttpta tanta. Siscomen Use Aerial p|i Attack in Subduing Nacogdoches Eleven .Staffing a blitgkrieg air attack in Nacogdoches la*t Friday night, the "North Texas F.agies meted out a Psounding 28-0 defeat to the Stephen !F. Austin Lumberjacks in a Rain# It hat wan marked wfth aerial dit>- tlon by both traiiio. Ih« The Green and White eleven the ditmarked up 19 first down* to seven Mitchffor the 'Jacks, while making ISO Knnislyards in the air to 125 for SFA. lull; I „ . ... . „ . Franca lteK,n At,,lck Duttof briy in the first quarter Eu- (iranJiene Wood, Eagle co-captain, be- l)aiiui-un his parsing attack with one Vern«'iu'k to Forrest Covin and Frank rower and two to Ware Purcell, ko start the thundering green wave {rolling. The first of the TC tallies came the first quarter as Wood, cli- naxing an 85-yard march, dropped five yard pass i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1941

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBEH 24, 1941 Alex Dickie, Dynamic Registrar, Mas Lived Varied, Exciting Life Ex-Banker, Soldier, Rancher, War-Pilot, Likes Teaching, Too By Lillian VmI| In t#It> A!«■* Dickie, Teaehein (ollcin rtfi*trtr end profuwr of cdU' jiiiMi, wkk flying '*•'! Amencar. war plan*- over the liofmin line a* a :1) mtr obe#m>r. In IMl. twenty thru- year* iater. Dickie i* mrv «k Hto country a«ain, (Ma tfear aw a [>rivat< hi the Horn*- Defense litmrd. A jrraduete at Texan AAM where he took hi* first degree in electrical engineering. Drkie be- ratine an apprentice tor the Gen- eral Electric Company after his graduation. But whoa the United State* want to war, he volunteered for the Second Officer* Training Clamp at Fort Niajrara and wa eomminaion- e«l Second Lieutenant in Ceaat Ar- tillery, Fort Monroe, Virginia. Keraibi War F.iperienren Not without prompting doe* he recall the deatruction lying below ami the German* hot on their tail as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1941 PAGE FIVE Four Campus Sororities Pledge Members for Year Beachum, Mitchell, Fladger, Early Head Activities for Term The oath of pledgeship wait ad- ministercd to 48 prospective mem- ber* of the four campus sororities, Monday night at the respective forority houses under the direc- tion of the rush captain*. The 14 Kaghlir pledge*, under the direction of rush captain Gloria Sr. Marys Initiate 67 Pledges Monday Big-Little Sister Adoptions Made Thursday Evening Several hundred girl* of Teach- er* College joined in a candle-light processional Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the college auditorium. Former student* of the college ex- tended their friendship to the freshmen girl* and new girl* on the campus aa each Big Sister walked through the doors of the auditorium with her Little Sister, each holding a candle. The candlelight ceremony, to the organ mu*ic of Myra Jo Preston, Sixty-seven new members were initiated into the Senior Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1941

THE CAMPOS THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1 4! I. Express eplphanks A TC For Aid to China the TO Daae&nstration hool staff in dwrff, Will follow, tk< morntiit . * program rioting with a pan.) -lid " cuMiun under the direction >f I*r J. C. Matthew, .iir.. tor of tea< 'hi • training at The afterm-m pr->«ram* will 11 pan with a Ttiw fiflwol of the Air br.a.li-nst d«'iix n«it ration at 1 p is. in the main auditorium, the going over the air over College Players < ontinued from page I. the maid: Fredna Murdoch of Car r'A I land m «M Barrmgfc.n; ' harWa rraiS©S *1 T UCCd Edward Smith of Fort Worth, a* Espressia* her fratitode for U([*,u j-raser; Velma Kae Bate Magazine Editor Debaters To Meet M received on the „f VoH Wurlh M Mtaa W.I Twlitn t campu. m the United China Relief drive for fund*. Mr* J. I. Kinifshury, CCL Quality Network at ! IS nunc proi of mm will fJf sro under the Natl Parmley YKB. XMAS is just around the comer and sis portrait* by Cluck* will ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1941

Attend Halloween Carnival SIXTEENTH YEAR The Campus Chat r Attend Halloween Carnival loween .1 J NUMBER 6 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, 31. 1941 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Elementary Program Needs Improvement, Says Woods TC Debaters Take Majority of Firsts At ETSTC Meet Winning all but three first places at the two-day forensic meet held at Commerce the past weekend, 12 ' *1 Teachers College debaters return- ed to Denton this week after carry- ing off major honors at the tourna- (pent. North Texas representatives car- ried off six first places, five sec- onds and three thirds, and two North Texas State students played leading roles in the legislative assembly, which was u feature of the meet. The TO student legisla'ive lead- ers were Maurice Jackson of Cor- sicana, who served as chairman of the state affairs committee, and Henry A, Lynch, chairman of the education committee. Mary Lu • * Smith was made clerk of the assem- bly. The speaker of the asesmbly, Arthur Norred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1941

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1941 The Campus Chat ita JUaaaJ 41% 107 kr TIm Tackan Coilap* fr P«UM wkl; durl&c U* Mll«> rw k tto * ■ 4nt* «T tt Monk Twmmm Sut 1W h«r E i*r«4 w MM Dttmb.* I, I l«. *t ih K | l DmM, Tmu utol IM H erf *> '* I. 1«T Jwk lltftlK M*J aa« **U* r Hir> La* Kwn Jwkr* HriMf riorothj Harrt* M r . II AItIh Wi nli ni T J C-llrtU I'W. I ",«.■# L-..- A*f Martin h i. Craft I AMoclata SacMf B4tl 8 «rta UH« H Aauctala Sporu Editor tkair CaitnM ... Buataau aM Adurita.nt Clnvlattoo Manaarr Staff Hlnwliw .Omw Cm Coliimnwu Ci rkw IHra«r>n. VamaltaB Aaklar ' _ Kaiwrtan Dutrh - MtfMaliar. tUiW. ! Shalt*. Mortal Matih « MMM IfM, Will Ut* n«r. Mara.Ha J'"•««. Clair. Tt mi-r Inn, Hi" Lillian Vouat. V|r*iaU HunMr. Mb •••in and I,, Ha4iV *. iMni««i*. . aw nf Taaaa InUrroll^i.'.. U.mk'r Jeimmm bfratnM k National A< artt.ln Sartrlr* Inc. 1941 Mrwbff 1942 ClnociaM CMbtMfe toi rri i.<* Rat*. IMHatmt W Mall Ob. 0 li«. *«r ' <* _F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 81, 1941 PAGE TC Crifclan HA Wallop To Ovorrun Huntsvillemen Weod, Formafm u fmr~ns ar~ ln Tilt Friday night 5MU Tackles Texas A. Siscomen Win 19-0 |n Highlight Game By T. J. COLLET! K p Of Southwest Loop Stapag n early rally that net- eU ten point* in the hr t per.ou, .he North Texas Eagles handed he Sam Houston boarkau a h*-o lel'eat iact Friday mgiu in Eagle jtaUium that wracked the Eat*' tf4l Lout- Star nope*. The Nortli Texas eleven Kept the •ail in bearkat territory annual he entire game, as the TC wail •ept the Sam Houston team on tne lefensive anil punting tiuough ttost of the affray. Formagus Maud- Out Nace Formagus, stellar Eagle Three conference game* and one non-conference affair are provid- ed for Southwest Conference fan* this weekend a* the title race gets into full swing. Attracting mo«t attention will be the battle in Dalian between Texas' unbeaten Longhorns and SMU's once-defeated Mustangs, the first conference game f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1941

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY OCTOBER 31. 1941 t £ I t J t I 0 1 c I < t f Festive Book Week At TC High School Planned Nov. 2-8 In observance ot MtisMi Booh Week Nov 2-8, the Teacher* Col- late DmhMUm School library U ipoMorinii ntudnit book re- view* over KDMT s*eh day, put ting special exhibits in the library dfrplsj window#, and holding a Book Weak assembly, Mia* Mobel WiIker*on, librarian, haa annoum •d. Student book rcvicwj will be giv- en over KDNT Monday through Thur«<lay evening* at H o'clock, and on Friday and Saturday at 3:30 Music vraternity Presents Recital I One of th<- outstanding seiec- ' lions Ol the weekly recital taut Tuesday night in the main audi- j tori urn wan given by the utring (jiiart'it at the Gamma Theta Chap* • ter of the Phi Mu Alpha 8infanta, j fraternity. The quartet, eoniprined of fieofge Uedham, firm violin; M'tcbel Za blotny, second violin; Maurice Roth, violin; and Marry Lents. cel- lo, played Haydn's quartet "I.ark." Fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TE XAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 81, 1941 PAGE FIVE IS Itthi |i.-it.< l ll I . Ihun I iff n I Iberl on y« att Intersorority Council Presents Pledges of Social Groups Sr. Marys To Honor Jr. Group at Coffee Clubs Give Nosegays*' To Girls Introduced Droned in their formal*, the 48 pledge* of the four campus soro- rities took the spotlight Saturday at the inter-sorority dance in the recreation building. As each pledge and her date marched up a gold-covered plat- form to the musisc of Floyd Graham's Aces of Collegeland, a spotlight was focuaed on them, and they were introduced by Bab- ette Cockerel!, president of the intersorority council. Each pledge carried a nosegay presented to her by her respective sorority. Kaghlir pledges and dates were Laura Bess Ramsey and Camp- bell 8cott; Francis Fitch and Ken- neth Eubanks; Mary Jo Dutton and Dutch Garrison; Wilmn Lola Crain and J. C. Bledsoe; Mary Giles and Dudley King; Judy Johnson and Randell Riley; Ruth Nell Whitaker an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1941

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TE XAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 81. 1941 1 'k ""■ ' H'!. Club Members Feel Better; Learn Smarties Stay$an€f Terrell Doctor Tolls T ^o.^^U^U^w £.m30I mat—law vMnrat m$ «* Psychology (broup ^ mw**m on hi• About Insane Inmates a ■ j i ^ . ruard rnm<-d the patient'* arm Member* of the P ychotofy Glut #t e hie head, the boy held it fait batUr after Hearing one of there until the muwle* cetlapied the staff doctors at the Tamil front eihauation Staff doctor* Hospital for the Insane nay that plained that the boy had run a the old fallacy about smart people chicken farm rather *urce «fully beinf the mult likely to go craxy during a year'* leave of abnenc- i* erroneoua. from the hoapitai, but there l« The club, accompanied by Dr. really n«. meceniifuj cure for affl.r Marl Bonney, recently viaitad the i Uon of thia *ort. Terrell institution on one of the goat of the inroaUs* were cm numerous tripe planned as part of poaed of farmers, hotiaewlve*. and this yaar'a sc...

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