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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1941

J i I I Two Weeks Till Christmas SIXTEENTH YEAR Nt'MBER 10 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 5, 1941 Z780 Two Weeks Til! Christmas TELEPHONE 1242 Jan Valtin, an American Now, To Speak at College Tonight Communist Fugitive Shepherd Is Named Names Son .Freeman.. New State Sponsor Helps US Authorities For Business Club Plants have been completed by the National Council for Business Education for a new organization, Future business Leaders of Ameri- ca, which will function as a serv- ice club to make business educa- tion practical and real to hitch school students, Dr. Hilton I>. Shepherd, member of the North Texas business education faculty and new state sponsor in Texas of the FBLA, announced this week. The National Council for Busi- ness Education, a central clearinK agency for almost 50 affiliated business teacher organizations, be- gan plans about 18 months ago for sponsorship of the FBLA, which strikes directly at the serv- ice level fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1941

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 The Campus Chat IMS Am lei MUM by TIM TmlMn riw PvtilUlMi in «*rly 4mrtn« tlw tttUmt rmr by Um iU 4«nta of u M«rtk Thu Bub, Tax tort Eol«r«l u miui baauku «, lilt, i <>— immi aAn M iMnloe. 'luuw. un<Mf tb* Kt at ttuck I. I«t*. Jurk Mwaln NttaM Walkrr [ Ma.lr I jo K«m _ . J«cK>« Brvnvr DanUtf Hmrru Man* Hill L., Harry <.l* >.«r L..-T. / Collatta I'«u i"U. Hay Martia ii'>. Craft r'harlai (ua 32ta*~ AaaaaMlH •par*. iullVW MCWjl 1*5 tlof Awaiait* Swt«r Edio>f li wm JtWiU-r . „.,J 4—orhfcW i porta Editor Stuff C rl4*oft t mn4 Adv*rtte>ity JPS*v-- -H 8t*ff fc«t- •— C«kmni«u: C*K rku tXtaturof. Verne lie ( rmlh, On«« Aft> i«>y K5Sm: Margaret MMfftMML M n«y M*M >.ar, tlar >ar Muittl, Hurt# J ftf«tth*w« U Syr.'., H«rr, OkMRff. Kartell* Claire IXnlr Hurt. IrifiMMiMBil flNKSH' Ray Hudajwrth Bpimon Virgin Hunter. C E. Sbwferd ami J. 0 Halt Maoibar ©f T«x*a Intof'-'iDrirUf# Pre « Awrlitwr. Mon...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEX AS. FRIDAY, DEC EMBER 5. 1&41 PAGE THREE Eagles Place Four Players On All-Lone Star Eleven Official Pick Gives Sijcomen and Lion. AW" T*U Crown Same Number on Teem ^'c^orV Scrambles Ranking By T. J. COLLKTTK Tb« North Tmh Eatfle* and 'he East Texan Lions, first ami third pints h.ldars respectively in the 1041 Lone Star Conference foot- The 23-0 defeat httruleil Coach Homer Morten's Aggie* last eek hy the University <rt Te*a« elev- en, caused the Mo. 2 team of the ball metee, take first plan. honor* n tion to forfeit that rankinic and this year in placing th, play- njBth f, ers on the first team of the 1941 Official Coaches and Sport* Writ ers All-Conference Contingent, re leaned Monday Pour player* from earh school reeehwd U-rthn on the team, with Sam Houston, Southwest Texas. and Stephen F Austin earh > n tributinK one Covin Gats Alt Vote* The only player* iinanimoufly alerted were quarterback J- C Meeks of RT snd Forrest Covin. Eagle end Euge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1941

PAGE FOUR ft* th di ■ hi d bt C b C e P u h 1 i a E b ft J an Ed. *■ f t t « i i 1 L f • i w y ( THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEX AS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1941 ( Rare-Book Room Is Added TC Symphony f To Basement of TC Library Draws Praise Open Reserve Shelves, ♦" Enlarged Book Bindery BOOK OF THE WEEK Are New Renovations Sampley To Review By LILLIAN \Ol'NG IV/ i Establishment of a rare-book btrange Woman room is the latest of the many improvements that have t«en made Dw D-n A Williamc in the Teachers College librsry E>Y BCD f\. WllliamS within the last two years. Old . .. magazines, rare book* that can no | A* thp M'venth numb<?r on ,u longer be obtained, and very ex- program and the last until after pensive books will be taken off the Christmas holidays, next Wed- the open shelves of the libeary, j nMday at 4 p.m in the library including the reference room, the auditorium, the Book Review series browsing room, and the loan de- j w;u present a man, and the man will present a book. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1941

M THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEAS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1941 PAGE FIVE Chilton Hall Opens Doors For Annual Dinner Dance Holiday Decoratons To Adorn Dining Room Campus Homes At Dorm's First Formal Hold Birthday Tea The Christmas social season will , get underway Tuesday niirht with the annual Chilton hall dinner- dance from 6:30 to 11 o'clock. The dinner will be in the dining hall at 8:30 p.m., followed by the dance from 6:30 to 11 o'clock, building. Decorations will follow the Christmas motif and the girls will lie presented favors by a Santa Claus. Bullock Hyder, of the gov- ernment department, will be the principal speaker at the dinner. The floor show at intermission under the direction of Floyd Gra- ham will include vocals by Fred Kendall, Niagara Falls, N. V.. and Helen Havens, Ft. Worth. Dances will be given by Dorothy Ann Brawley and Mynell Allen, Dallas. Decorations and the program will be under the supervision of Bill Massey, Pilot Point; Leroy Proctor, McKinney; Pete Place, R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1941

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 North Texas IHIWiMNillR State's First Potato Dehydration s\(^i'oePewr .. SHIPPING YAM FLOUR -First commercial shipment of dahydrated sweet potato flour from the W Uor laboratories it being loaded into a dtstrib ti<ig truck while a group of interested -vtv tr.j ampfoyoi l< ■' on. Gilbert C. Wilson Begins Processing Of Yam Products When the Gilbert C. Wilson I.ob oratories the first sweet potato dehydration and processing plant III Texas moved Into lull-time commercial production recently at iu location two miles from lien- ton. a scientific stepchild of North Texan State Teacher* College lab- oratories was born. The opening of the plant on comrm-nial basis climaxes several yearti of preparatory reeearch by Wilson, moot of which wan done at NT8TC, and thus m a proof that significant research ia being done at the Teachers College. Hut it ia more than that. For the crystallization of a dream Wil- son haa long hail f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1941

SIXTEENTH YKAR NUMBER 11 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. DECEMBER 12. 1941 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 First-Nighters Enjoy Kaufman-Hart Play Repeal Performance T" Of Broadway Comady College CPT Unit Scheduled Tonight May Be Enlarged A ftrM nitrht audience saw I . — f the first College Players' dramatic [Jgfgneg MOV© production of the year, "George i Washington Slept Here," last night! B „ „ , , S^SSftSS, h "> <53" S SSSZ S'La ":IS:Wodn«il«y that he h , hn-n •■■ut- ed that th ' course will he continued I o'clock. Renn Brown, Mason, heads the , Tr . . .. ■ . cast as Annabella Fuller, and Frlta'f*.TC.*n<> r . Kimbrell, Denton, plays opposite her as Newton Fuller. Jackie Mc- TAKE DEBATE SKIRMISH- Ben Haarn. left frethman frorr Denison, and James Prothro, Plaquemine, La., junior, examine the loving cup they won last week-end at the Southern States Debate Meet in Jackson Miss. The pair beat some of the best forensic talent in the South before faking...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1941

!• ■I Pi i m u 4Mb lit i. iitc, ^pjhptShH IHRSisV'flwV^ L J*rk M««UiP«r S a I'^IM|, : iBjjjjB Mary Cm K*mt> L „ Ja^hjra Br^Mr I>i«rotkf N*rH« Kirn Ol«ifi«r .T /. CotlrU# l'*k f*i*r* fUy Martin l TR* Ciif* f Hartai C«i HfHIl Vireelle On«« r>«jtrh Garr «m 0*n« Ctorh. Marirar* t# M' M«*.at MaMh#* fUmmilfi* Hyr >r> II - «• Cli^r# ni*fWl, re** M* ■ vw&tm nmlar (to S««bn mm! OTULHiiiiiiinalBii •flMMMl 1 * ** of Tmm tiillgfilhptoli Pw -- * «t? I'fMM nt*f fc? K tkw«I A4*«>rt faring S^rvir# tftf 1941 Mcmbrr 1942 Associated C, J|. .t«* rf« Pr«ns SgWrjJjgp mn. PSWlUS w (fan •I M Friday, Ui«>ral*r 12. 1941 &>• Am Ready Dark day* li«* ahead. The peaceful nation that we have known and loved has suddenly been plunged into a death struggle with those fore en which would undermine the very things upon which our country has been founded. We are needed to do our part for the cause. North Texaa U ready. It« facultj and students stand by to answer any teia* #Mt is made Up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1941

4 | I ■ NT Cagers Crumple TCU In Fast 49-34 Contest Lloyd, Menefee Lead T" In Scoring Attack Basketball Mentor On Weaker Frog Five Ex-high Scorer THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941 PAGE THREE A 49-34 win was recorded for th« North Texas Suit eager* kit Saturday night after they had tak- en on the TCU Frogs on the Frogs' home floor in a game that showed that the Eagles were much farther along in training than the Christ- ians. Nevar once were the Eagles threatened and the Frogs never got closer than five points to the TC cagers. After the first eight minutes of play the Eagles led 7-1, and held the Progs to no field goals until only four minutes were left in the first half. G. A. Uoyd, Eagle forward, came out high point man for the Eagles with 12 points, with Bill Menefee, captain and center, running a close second with 10 points. Vandal Ureen guard, 8 points at third, and A. B. Tate, forward, in fourth place with seven. This was the first game for Coach Hub Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1941

PAGE FOUR m ■■■■■■ ■■■■i THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TE XAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 — 1 Presented on Week's Dallas Sym NT Musicians Are Included On Program 1 Contemporary Song, I Old English Music, Will Be Featured Collet* instrumentalist* will fce \ featured on the third of a series of vocal recitals to be given by Louis Nicholas of the muaic faculty, Dae. j 17, at 8 p.m. in the main audi- torium. "j§rt j The opening motet will be ac- companied by two horn* played by Harry i'arshall of the music staff and Douglas Campbell, Wi- chita Fall* frsshman The oboe, viola, and piano [I will be played by Manuel Meyer, woodwinds instructor; M # nrlci Roth, Chicago junior; and Roy Will accompanist for the entire series. Valtin S Youth Surprises ^ Cappella Choir [Medellin to Show gfeifMl Mm CmHwIm 1 Half of the p «|r in covering five centuries of British xong, will be devoted to contemporary com- posers including Frank Bulge, who died only this year. I t'koto Courteny Datum /Vest's MAESTRO SING...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1941

Kaghlirs Have Open House T'oi*n* Celebrate For Campus Clubs Sunday Wilb Po""a/£W Christmas Formal At Woman's Club To Be Held Tonight The Kaghlirs held open house Sunday afternoon from 4 to 5:30 o'clock honoring other sororities and fraternities on the campus. A large "K" formed of red berries and red candles on either P st Hnd :,tt ni'w Maternity mem- side centered a lace covered table bers have breathed more than a Napkins with the sorority'* name few sighs of relief. were uaed. Open cheese sandwich- , The pj Fhl„ cloHt.d their pledg;c. «"s. meats, iced muffins, nuts and .. „ , . ... coffee were served to the 125*Wp Sund"y morTun« with u guests who attended. Jo France* | breakfast at the Eagle Cafe and Worley, Claude, poured; and Mary [initiated 19 new members, the Ellen Heidler, Port Worth, presided i largest single group. The Betas ran at the guest book. THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TE XAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 PAGE FIVE Thirty-nine Accept Membership Vows Hell Week is now a thin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1941

* PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TE XAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941 4 War Is Big Topic As Faculty Meets \Sv War was the chief topic discus* ed at the faculty meeting Monday afternoon m the library auditor ion. Those present heard pleas for the purchase of defense ImmjU mr« urged to "kaep America sing in*" during the crisis, naked to help secure a lint of all faeulty members and tutor* who have been affected by the emergen cy either a* volunteer*. ■ i ' or for industrial defsaas Jets Faculty member* were caked to turn in to Dr. Sam Barton, faculty Selective Service advisor, a li«t of all facultv meml#r« and graduate tutor* who have gone into military training or taken civil defense job* in induatry. Urging faculty member« to re- main ealrn in the present crisis and to help the college as a whole maintain its emotional equilibrium. President W. J. MeConnell said that a testing period for education was in *ight during the coming emergency year* "More constructive work ha* been done i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1941

r f.y . A Merry, Merry Christmas and the Best and Happiest New Year Ever to All of You! i , I I MM Remember Pearl Harbor 7 SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 12 The Campus Chat VBRHH Remember Pearl Harbor mmmmm NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS t'OLLEOE, DENTON, TEXAS. DEC'KMHKK I! . I'M 1 Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 All-Out Defense Pledged U.S. Christmas Holds TC Spotlight At College Bill-of-Right§ Rally Denton Patriots Promise to Help In Present War Pledging themselves to the suc- cessful prosecution of the present war in defense of the American Bill of Rights, representatives of patriotic and service organizations, visitors from throughout Denton County, and students and faculty of North Texas State crowded the college auditorium Monday morn- ing to participate in a county-wide Bill of Right* Day Rally. Dr. W. J. McConnell, president of the college, pledged that Ameri- cans "have drawn the sword in defense of these rights, and it will not be sheathed until the dangers to the principles vouchsafed to us by o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1941

TAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1 . 1941 The Campus Chat jimmi km 1*1 wui um muim MM luu luu riHlMtl ■•MM u 1*7*. i, lilt. •< Mm xkmmttl ' •rtobii Ml, k-JHBHH • «l>4 Arf« tl >l>« Mi.XU (.rc.-«*—•• nil. ..in.,— nun rbM(*r« l>«r (>.iami.«U CkarKi Ida JMk llMx W U«r Mui La* lati iaakra Brsaar jMnttr Htiru Maria Hill Harr* liaiim |f / ommi* i'm* !■!* • Car HarUa Hob Cfafi . J mmN I'uUfc Oarriaao, '.« « ' lark. M*>(«r*< MrA.Um*. Stmt Bartara Bmra. Kill* v .lu Hurial Malltwo* II<i** ii* Hfl-n. Ha tn U ir Marolla Jonaa. Clair* Ttl *<> I'lnk M«r* Vt . «. Viratala Hoot**. I * ffoalai • IU Ha4i *ik C t tkaH*4 u4 4. D Hall Maaib** of Taaa* I * t*r*nl lay lata fraM Aaaorfa ■•/ Aa* lat*4 ' «ll*«lau Craw Rapraaaniad b NaUwaal Ad *rtl*ln« (artla* 4p—HKW laa. 1941 Member 1942 Phtockfrd Cbleftiale Press Svbac/tothm ft >'! • Cnll*(* TMT Rata*, baitvarwl kf Hall •I.M Friday. December 19. 1941 Mtvu} GUliltmai May this Christmas be the mer- r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1941

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941 PAGE THREE I 4 Eagle Cagemen Outstrip TCU Frogs By Nine Points in Fast-Moving Game Howard Keys and Vandel Green Lead Green and White Attack Staging a last quarter rally that? — netted them nine point* and a win. the North Texas Eairle eager* j downed the Texas Christian Uni- versity Frogs 54-46 last Tuesday nirht in the Harris* gym here at TC. Although the Eagl>« were ahead by at least three points all through the game, except in the last quar ter, the game was the closest and fastest one played this year. Howard Keys and Vandel Green, Eagle netters, personally took charge of the game in the first half by sinking the sphere for nine and eight points respectively. Blackmon Takes Honors S&UfiiwietteA By Jaekya Bruner Now and forever more is the time for all good girls to take part in the activities of her local recreation association, and th«- North Texas fems are not laggards, so this is another call to all youse people...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1941

PAGE FOl R THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941 V. . ft 194 to* • Cal w Choir To Present Handel's 'Messiah' For Third Night Assembl MAESTRO AT WORK .hown ^ ,>«b, which w# be tonight a die v* i Huqh Mdftlf fulio OH* F WoHh. fltfte'Pa'All1 Stained Glas# Window Props Symphony Orchestra To Assist; Oratorio Ha Familiar Carols With a background "t 10 r«w window* painted by Rudolph Fuchs of the art department in iwuUtint) of the stained glasm window* "f the old <*thedral* of KurojW, the combined choir* f the Teacher* College will Miner Friday night at 7 o'clock in the main auditorium, the Chri*tm « portion of Handel's "The Messiah." The program is 1 open without charge to the public I ar g* figures of the Madonna end Child and of a saint wer. painted in watercolor on whit. paper by Puchs and then oiled no (hat the light coming from thi back makes them resemble stained glas* windows of the early chur chaa. Fucbn painted all of the fig j ore* and one of hi* freshma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1941

IkvAifl P 11 amr tudied Art pity, UlitJ San t one ■city, xhibi- THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. ER1DAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941 PAGE FIVE Dean Clark, Who Knows All Says Love Hasn't Changed CHRISTMAS PARTY -The Senior Current Literature Club s annua! Christmas party was held "Boy's Monday night at the home of the sponsor, Miss Anna Alford. Guests brought toys for the un •sin'," derprivileged children of the city. The program consisted of the singing of carols, and the telling reet," of customs of other countries at Christmas time. Hers," — 'Shin- "'Two Festivities Accent Yuletide For Residents of College Dorms 120 lie Sq, U«1J ttid 812 tt.d h. 22 ones you, ap- «' MTO Dinner Dance Siven Wednesday Honors Army Men Approximately 200 couples at- tended the Marquis, Terrill, and bak Street halls dinner dance, •Wednesday night at 6:30 o'clock lonoring the boys of tho college fcho are in service or who are to 2o presently. I Dinner was served in the Mor- ula and Oak Street dining rooms, fter which...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1941

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941 if- 1 m- Air Corps Accepts 18 North Texans After Examination Eighteen at th. 40 students of North Texa* who m d«- applies tion early Monday for training a* aviatum adets in the t'nitod States army, had ham accepted lato Thursday, according to Lt. J. T. Carrol) of th«- recruiting ollce In Dallas Ttx.se men who pass the rigid examination but who desire to stay in Mkool far the remainder of this semester, may obtain defer- ment upon recommendation of th* board and of the registrar of the c'4J'-k<-, according to I.t. Carroll. Those who pa** the physical e - animations, but who cannot pas* the rigid testa for Hying cadeta. may enter other branches of afro- nautical service, such as photogra phy, radio, and telegraph, and may receive oommissions juat as flying cadets do. Co-Eds Continued from page 1 which women will do for defens* were M iss Donnie Cotterai, mem ber of the Teachom College phy* Students Dig Deep To Aid R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1942

t • & i The Campus Chat iNfcl Victory IMi SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 13 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 1942 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 High School Debaters Converge On Campus for Forensic Meet Contests To Begin* This Afternoon; Finals Tomorrow North Texas State Teachers Col "lege wilt play host today ami to- morrow to the fifth annual speech institute to which speakers am! a 150-mile radius of Denton have been invited. The debate committee is com- j posed of Mrs. Olive M. Johnson, j director, speech department. But- j lock Hyder, NTSTC debate coach { and government instructor, and Dr. i Joe M. Kay, chairman, instructor J of government at North Texas. Registration This Morning This morning from 8 to in J o'clock registration will take place on the stage in the administration j , debaters from high schools within i building auditorium. I,ate Thursday the follow- ing schools had registered for the Speech Institute: North Dallas, Dallas; Adamson. Dallas; Masonic Home. Fort W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1942

I I i ; I Ifefc BR: PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1942 The Campus Chat UtoM •>••■— IMI *•«■••• Arts r MWM i Tk« r~. t.w« i i « CakllXur.1 « «>; UM ' >■> UM •« «•*«■ •* tt* Nwlk T..H Kl«>. T*. Ur. KnWM* M M ll«r I *.mi h.r , fSI*. IE Ufc# |Mt a#e fel tMiam. Inu u<. tt* *, I <A I, ,,T' _ — WiPmi M.r, U Km«9 Ji'kf Hmwi L Iteroth, Hanfe jii mi' Us'*# Mill K.!t3H 1 p i vJT llUftTr. l.'tM • rim i . « AMarlaU Bailor Dm MJtut 4pmi*i MlUw |gfW4) Kdft. r 4aKariat« MsriMr ! •' 4«M t«w .*!• 'U HlW m e i n. •> Iwmw • .-! A HIMM ■■■!■« Ctrriila(t n !<•' «•' J Kla* !*► !<4'VlMT I « flMiirn. V«wMtte Qrstl* «r>«* A«4etw>n l>««* 0 rrt««. <* • 0tw4l llamrvt M « !>.«, RM , KM HK .,i. M ." ! k>«oi«n* Svmw. Hiirwil* J'lii**, Cl lr rv*i— pink Hurt l.illum *mm. Vlr«t ia St> S« tm l<«. H UM>fc. I*mI HMt, Hjab* ar.l K r«>-.f« M<-« >n ABE. JD I H«M MM J B Hail mi Uambt ml T«« 4 lnl*r< M* f«H AiSMKlStkM Mntkn of ...

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