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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1942

THK CAMPUS CHAT, I)ENT()N. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY % VM2 PAGE THREE If Eagles Open LSC Cage Race Against S. F. Austin Monday Night North Texans Start Chase for Pennant With Best Record in Several Years Both Teams Make . l; i * Good Showings In Early Games By T. J. lOLLETTi: Aenociate Sport* Editor With 11 Kami'* «f exper- ience already over, the North Texas Eagles wilf take on the Stephen F. Austin Lumber- jacks, who have played only three game#, at 7:30 o'clock Monday night in Harriss gym to open the 11M2 Lone Star Conference season. T. L. Martin and <I, T. Stunner, tht> only Lumber jack lettermen hack from last year, will lead the SFA attack. In the first game of the season with the Trinity Tigers, Martin played a fast game, ringing up lit points in the first half, while Stunner showed power for SFA bringing home 16 markers through- eut the game. Have Flayed Only Three Lame* The Jacks, so far this season, have made a good showing for themselves against their only op- ponents,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1942

PAGE POUR THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1942 Fine Arts Program Will Present Young American Concert Pianst Louise Meiszner Will Play Varied Program For TC Music Lovers Louise Mtiasncr. 17-year old pianist, who is now on her third transcontinental tour of the United State* and who ha* played con certs in Budapest, Holland, and Pari*, will be featured on the rol lege fine art* «erie* Friday night, Jan. 1«. at 8:1R p.m. Born in St. Louis. Mo , tif Hun esrian parentage, Louise Meiszner «t*rte<l to play the piano when *he was three and a half Mm old and gave her first recital in 8t Uuis at the axe of five. When ihe wax *i the Kran* Ullt Academy of Muaic in Budapest where *he studied under Dohnanyi until three year«i ago The Omaha World Herald wrote of Miits* Meissner "Thoroughly be- lying her l« yearn of age, I,oui c Meimner grave a piano recital of a ralitier Mi add laurel* to the ac- ( ompliKhment* of a muaically and mentally mature artiat Monday morning on the M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1942

4 THE CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1942 PAGE FIVE M ■ * B "I I I Mm J A m The (Z< eceiOiwj £i\ ine DALLAS CLUB ENTERTAINED j EVELYN HOLBERT MARRIED CHRISTMAS BY PRESIDENT «IN SEPTEMBER CEREMONY Member* of the Dallas Club The marriage of Evelyn Holbert, attended two different social func- daughter of Mr. and Mr*. J, L. tioaa duriM tfe CSrtatWM 1#B-' IMbert, Denton, to J. B. label I of days in Dallas. ! Sanger has recently been annouuc- Roeanne Syron, president, enter-, ad* The couple wove married in tamed the Dallas Club Dec. 26. Marietta. Okla., Sept. 20. 3-6 p.m. at her home, honoring Mis, Ouida Fayu Holt waa maid of J. (i. Mayo, sponsor of the club honor and Bill Ausband was best and faculty member at Teachers man. Both attendants were also College. from Sanger. Mr. and Mr*. Isbell The holiday motif was used in will make their home near Sanger, the decorations. j 0 Saturday. Jan. 3. nine members MARY LK WARREN of the Dallas Club lunched at the Mural Room in the Baker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, IMS bW Student* Spend Holidays In Spreading Good WiB; Two Teach first Aid three'®'.. 4* nU of the Cotl*C vsok advanta** of the Chrittmu holidays to spreau good will" to their fellow rm-r. L ivid Moor*. Olade water wni- r at th* college. end Homer Money teaching in A tut ' nightly cowan m first a.« H VMmvtm ra•* wwr. rn. y iecervsd the in- structor'* (;ti(teste tat First Aid after ct rapietmg tixt ft ret aw courses which were taught oa the campu* by W A ( ooper, laetruc tor in phy* cal edmlM at NTST«. Mi $tmtrmom of First Aid in the a. A. Lynch Jr. of (feineev.l le preached for an evemn* ser*we in hi* homeiown et the Church >f Christ. H? NOTICE. GIRLS Any srirls planning to their livtn* situations or not returam* for the m«*ter are earpected to notify the Eagles Win V Santa Speeds to 3ChS Eocks Of Straying Students, Profs By MARtiABKT McADAMS R'.«ew*ll, S. M Christmas day found students Kamftaki Ktyoebi, bettor knows ami fa- ilty ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1942

Beat the Japs! Buy Stamps The Campus Chat Baat the Japs! Buy Stamp* SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 14 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS I'OLI.EC E. 1 !• XTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 16, IMS Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 Trade School Racketeers Attacked by Blackburn NT Student Offered Same Courses For Credit, Says Department Head A warning against solicitors for racketeering private trade schools which are trying to enlist boys for training and charge them exorbitant tuition was sounded here this week by Dr. S. A. Blackburn, head of the industrial arts faculty «t the college. Dr. Blackburn's warning was coupled with the statement that courses given at the college here and at other state schools give chances at the same job or preferment and at the same time offer students college credit. Without further training, tonw North Texas State graduates are teaching in these schools which guarantee their gntdoatea "good jobs in defense schools and preferment in the ariny and navy," he added. ^ "At North Texas you will get as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1942 « The Campus Chat kr TW T«(>«n >...« • t i dtiriim Uw •*/ :■) Um ** « T« m t**n K . • iMnsM S. ISIS. U UK i«i tvi* UM • f Mil Jrk *«<, « • NtlMtK* M*r, U> J«W« « < . l>w# tvtB tl«ri . Mar« Mill L Harry T / CulMI* i «m raw* -Ctipw €* Hi U#*l4r •Ha 'Ttoirr [ VtagMtfc HMW R«t| Hi k* « *.«, Miu.r ..._ M.MI fcdiWr ***** ■ CNdMli QirfHti. Barf*?* I—WL ||MM£Mft9 ||v#f r>, rh.g;^- i Hitft, UM«*fe V'> Sat Steams Ka M —• .. c ft- * 4 J 0 H* U M — - t, . A* m t ' . - A - ' A M *'■' f> I 4w*Rw <« *W * ® *" HoailMrr f .tiirllM Calt«M« i-NB* lUt'iwM fcf N iW«Sl A4r«r1i*tat ItHo Itw 194! Pbjocfcjpd 1942 Prt'SS Mmm ti li' Friday, January 16, 1942 Mfp JM Hp Qui? Many national leader* believe that the end of the present world war will see a general return to religion and that there will be the biggest reviv- al Christianity has ever known. Perhaps it lit a return to religion that the world needs most today. We have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1942 PAGE THREE t t Ymmm rknist Will Emphasize Compositions of Contemporaries Tuesday Night Senior Soloist Gives Recital Louise Meiszner Appears Tonight In NTSTC Concert : y Mt'RIEL M ATTHEWS i 'impositions by two con tem- porary composers, Brock wiy and Ravel, will higrhliirht the fine trts conceit to be given by Louise Meisgner, 17-year-old pianist, to- night at 8:15. Howar<l Brockway's "A Sere- nade" will be played by Miss Meissner Breckway. Iwrirn in 1870 and now Itvinsr in Mow York, . teaching and touring, wrote can- tatas, ballads and scherzos. "Sym- phony in D" is his most success- ful orchestral work. Th.- concluding number, one of a contemporary composer, will be "Toccata" by Ravel, who died in 1937 and was one of the first of the so-called "ultra moderns." A composer of recent years, Charles Griffes. who died in 1920, worked in the impressionistic style of Ravel. "Scherzo," one of his many piano pieces, will be played ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1942

THE CAMPUS $Rm, DENTON, TEX AS, FRIDAY, MH2ARY 16, 1942 M , North Texas Crushes Stephen Austin RamP8 Takes « In First Conference Fray Here Monday Eagles Gain Pep In Second Half After Slow Start •t Tnu •lew Kafir* Starting the p ace, the N'-jthMBI^l aw throegh in the final half to ctaor-egt jrtBMfi °wr >liphsn_r rf wn the Stephen F. Austin l.umH luililli M-40 Monday ni*ht in £m Lama Star nwhrwiw opower SpjOJliA&Ufliu/l*, By Harry Glower. Sports Editor tor both For th* first tow minutes of jilay, the Jack* were in the lead, hut a short rally by the Raffle* put them in front, where they stayed until the end of the ram'. Howard Keya, lanky Eagle cen- ter. led the home team, taking high Inability to replace injured player* ha* heen the cause for downfall of many great athletic teams in all *port , and basketball ^ „ squad* are no exceptions Ceaeh point ho i' r with U marker* and Yarbro ha* plenty of manpower Vartdel Green of TC cam* second The ten men on Ma number ne th 12 Martin ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1942

I' Ii4 | a il- m b*s Ut pel i r y>- tn- m | xt I0' It's Its. \re |ik, |U- Ihf I to pn- pld lit*- HKi ior tgc fee Iho tie ■>rt Ire THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942 PAGE FIVE IMtjUlii Ute /v eceioincj JLm<e & ^WfllRL ')ENTON IS A CITY of extreme.. DR j c MATTHEWS SPEAKS .CLARK, SOUNDS ATTEND Kxtromelv too minv irirls. e«- i remely too few boya and very ^O ELEMENTARY COUNCIL DELTA KAPPA GAMMA FAMOUS FIRST WORDS: "Par- xtreme weather. For ettNtj||i ... j Br. i. C. IMMI «•' SMHi L. Clark, 4am of! don at, k«p* . r two Mondays ago, very snowy . I .ne Monday ago, very balmy rad-abouts. 'i I ' j teachar twrtrtil fa THI *owmw. and Mra, H. spoke before the Elementary Coun- hostess of the Oak-street dormi- SATURDAY to Play in Future NITE justa doln' Frances Coates, G. R. Jennings Marry New Year's Eve at Home Couple Takes Vows Delia Travis Takes Vows Over Holiday At Methodist Chape! In Evening Ceremony j iext Monday, no telling. At any cil at their 7 o'clock ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1942

Defense Class Trains Denton Youths in Metalwork Night THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1942 High School Rylander Directs Trades Course J For Government D*f* m tmMav > hamming ___ in the Mnm Mh"p* l r.h Stow Stale Teaafcete Col- mm Denton Count)' hot* *•* iplilBrf *rht>o! are stu<iym* • ««« ■ ntetolwork 'J government through tit Stoto Vo- Stmml Agricultural D*yrtsa*nt. The mcUlwah course, which cemiito of forffcf* jMMteMp pering* •biliiC' Wil4inf> IMpHP|l!pji welding, and sheet metolwork. raw fie* night* a wwlfe Monday tfcrottffh Friday, from 7 until 10 p.m tlaeagh a JtHlMK ****da which permit* student* to « « into th- clans at any tins* for a* mm *«**•' tramm* a week aa Hmh «ttar duttas permit, iMAmtf lam in opportunity to tram for (■Mhiiii lal jobe, MMW to 0- By lander, local *upervieor Pr*ctic lly all forma of common metal joh* are hrir,/ taught by A. J. Baractt. local b*«fcsmlth, who aether. who Speech Teams End Meeting Four Groups Receive Top Honor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1942

•Df Make If Hot For the Japs! Camp US Buy Stamps For the Allies! SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 15 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 30. 1942 Z7H0 TELEPHONE 1242 NT Favorite Election Is Scheduled; Preliminary Voting To Be Next Week '42 Yucca Queen' Will Be Selected By Judging Board The Teachers College campus launches the 1942 election cam- paign next week with the addi- tion of n Yucca Queen to be se- lected by an impersonal board of judges, Charles Dameron, editor .of the college yearbook, has an- nounced. The primary election, in which ten women and ten men will be .selected by the student body fur the final run-off, will be held Fri- day, Feb. 6. The Yucca Queen is to be selected from campus organisations, college dormitories, and the college houses. The selections are to be made Wednesday. "Teachers College has more than its share of beautiful girls, and it seems only right that one girl be picked solely for beauty, in ad- dition to the five women favor- ites," ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1942

ir iRS pi# r B,':S j.; I ■ If® iff ■ # * K PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1942 The Campus Chat •1 Ottmm aaaaai ajw IMI k* Tka Ta raMMtat Mklf ama* U *<4tap> rmr u w*u «r u Hon* Tnw Stale rauWi Km MM!W *. ) >«. t U <W« M iMBIaa. Tun • mx .:m HI trf M.- ■K ■ Ne . Mw ess es Jwk MM.". A>«l>«nr« M rj K«>.v ^utr> Ommkt Harm * f . Sui *an«a te Ipvnm <tu« Cviw>M ttaeirta* .ad A"1*«rtft* -<« m« v, f ffradagi •■** ««'«■ e> M<-Maha> Itortxra Km-t link Mii« Uiltaa , ft., i rtmr* M •in-. Craft ■■k Cm i snklt u «u Muriel Claie. virsjrss aSs ..ft *• aa4 I. D Mail fear of T«u laSae- ... M'aiw of A *«-si A4w >!e Praia ■ *aeel*e Iw 1941 Membri l<H2 PUtociafed Cok>6*+> FVtns tMfxfe* kT Ma- li * ®y. mamtm 1 M I? { Friday, January 30, 1942 $1,500 m &*ui We need $1,500. We don't want it for keeps, but we want to borrow it for awhile and let Uncle Sam use it We want to borrow it from you. Feb. 5-6 the Chat is sponsorin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1942

I I- ♦. * ft 1- - [ u n- 1'HK CAMPUS CilAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1048 PA<;E THREE Southwest Texas In 45-31 Battle Takes EaaleS^0'^®"®'0^5 Eagle 42 Calendar Ramp 8 Downs Dodgers For Crown; mmW 11 I*. -A. Lists Newcomers ^ ^ # In Nine Game Year Intramural Basketball Race Begins Wednesday Bouts Reach Bobcats Win Easily In Conference Start; Eagles Plan Revenge By RAY HUDSPETH Flashing h devastating attack that displayed every mark of a championship team, and exhibit- ing a the offense of the visiting quintet SfvoAtAjcsu^ituSie Halfway Mark Three NT Fighters Entered in Series To End Tuesday Nine games, one more than laal year, are on the IV42 Eagie foot l>«ll schedule announced thin week from the Dean of Men's oMcc, five cMrtNli will be played at home The season Ix-gins against Howard Payne in Btownwuod on September 18, and the tirat home game will be Touch Footballers Prove Offense Is Best Defense By Harry Glazner, Sports Editor The release of the 194!f football cour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1942

w< PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1M2 Louis Nicholas >OOK THt K-nwn Present W \ Saratoga Trunk' Holds Spotlight In Smith's Review Gives Recital Will To Accompany Tenor Tuesday Night In Music Auditorium The Wlh recital of tile sariea. HH IBMBllMMMHHMBi The Development «f fk>l« Son*." in the code** auditorium. whw group 'r,'ns Emporia State Teach A North Texas Fine Arte au- dience will hear old English madri- gal* that revert to the day* of the B«* k Review Wi|Ham ,Shake*p«are when 'he Madngalians, a unique choral Smith will play Mm Mamie an enrore on ,Seri«* ne*t Wednesday a* 4 p.m Varsity Show Rehearsals Begin; Freshman Follies Head To Direct Original Show To Be Given By 200 Students Rehear**!* begat T1 u in the college auditnrm at* th< NT Varsity Show of 11*42, a# e* (landed version at laat year*!- Freeh man Follies. which will he presented Mar & Tt|p Wtiptfa*. which will be a combined effort af 200 student." of all classes. i* un der ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 80, 1942 PAGE FIVE "? Jean Tew Marries Ronald Brumbaugh In Home Ceremony The lZ gCUVltUj fi Jean Tew. North Texas senior, MATH INSTRUCTOR MEETS and Ronald Lee Brumbaugh of WITH TEACHERS' COMMITTEE If?™' Dr. E. H. Hanson, matt—aWea afternoon ftt tnt home w int? %«♦ •* «*•<*•• i ./• ,,4.. «;._u* bride'* mother, Mr*. John Her-"'MrUt,"r" «ednesday night bert Tew of Fort Worth. for Auattn to attend . joint meet- Announeement of the nuptial. inf Thumlay and Friday of high was made Sunday in Fort Worth, i -upenntendenU and math at the home of Mrs. O. C. Yar- teacher*. It is sponsored by a com- borough, with Magarct Jane Ful mittee of the mathematics faculty of the University of Texan. Dr. Hanson stated that the pur- pone of the meeting was to discuss the training of secondary school math teachers. ton. North Texas graduate, as- sisting at the tea service. A color scheme of blue and pink was ! carried out in the decorations, with Idue cornf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1942

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTu.V, TEXAS. KRIliAY, JANUARY 30. 1942 I I*.' Women Are Needed As Physicists Today Si* E*-Students Sain R«nk of Instructor; Teach at Chanuta Raid Two Latin Girls, 18 Seniors Finish In TCHS Exercises National Roster Calls Attention To New Openings 8 « .intent* from the indua- in*i art* department of North Taxaa have passed thair wk •« chanute F eld, Bantoul. m. •*< 11* now <nstructnr teaching thrra Tarzan and the Co-ed? Jf!"r • " «*«•••■ .m t.o girt. f-m Coi,.m . TrU# WOffl WM r«WTrI¥«Na vn«* , « tL A Mfnri *nrt No! He's Just A War **«k by Or s a. auchhur** Bernal . That th I i—d B women teamed w phyaicmta ha- t<een tncirased by the pt, «-at m ttonal mwi gancy *hown by the raga et t it * rf'h special t mad* to the National Roster of Sewn- tif ■ and Specialised Personnel. L L Millar, dir.- t r at phytic* Miw Trarfcrn 1 otlsae. >tH Calling attention to the third —_ ^ M ^ II ^ t J* |k .. V s ft ; J , (4 A ; f. F*|H*n s l V?WP Roster printed in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1942

Invest A Dollar in Victory Stamps Today So We Can Be Free Tomorrow! %7# I Vote for Your Favorite Tomorrow The Campus Chat mm* Vote for Your ! Favorite Tomorrow ■ .. HMl SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 16 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ft. 1942 Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 • ' *■' MAKE RELIGIOUS WEEK PLANS The Student Religious Committee is shown above working out program plans (or Religious Conference Weak, Feb. 8-15. Left to right, they are Mcmnotte Ludwig, Helen Mae Bullock, Carl Cabe, H. M Love Marie Carlsen, and Billy Nunn, president of Religious Council. Candlelight Vespers To Initiate NT Reliqious Conference Week NT 'Dancing Corps'\ j Prepares for Call Special Programs Are Scheduled By Campus Clubs By BARBARA BROWN A candlelight vesper service at War has decreased the number! of dancing co-eds thai will make the trip to Convention Hall Sat-; urday night in Mineral Well* for j the third soldier dance, Mrs. Maiy*,., m Sun(, jn the muin SU(li. B. Wesson stated...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1942 -f k MM ft . J 1 1 | i i WW The Campus Chat IMI Hwl 1*1 IhtkUakmi k TV, TauMn CalUw* I'raa faktMwd wmUt Um collm fmr bj U «M- «M)m «l Um Nvrck Tela* Hum raachar, KnHtrod u (MINIMI uattar IjiijiIm 1, si U i--' .4k t !<*m Ttiu antim Uw Mt <4 Hank t. irn <p 1, Editor * ' UMor JVI M « lr. NtlMliii Walter Marr t«".i tnui <*hr Harrw IT, , «an. Hill MT"7 mz HtU I'lara Rat Martin L™*- r , fi IMlHi.. bwtl UM« lat'ku 0porta b4iu>, Staff run i j|| rtaalnaM and AdMrttainf Manaaar rir* itattor Hmr.tgm __ ^ Chatrto raa Caljmnlatai Oi«rl«i Dwina. Varaail* Grabla. OnMa AMft«9*u« 1 !*>■«. •, Qafffem. Oaw CM. Maraarat I Mr Mat,at llnrt.ara liiimc. Kill* MwHa Mwrwl tbttturm. SoaUM Svrwi. M.x.lla ini.B n>(link Hurt Ulilan *(«; Ita S atwi Ray Hwhpdli, l' ul H«n Mawr anil ioa MfKa " •*unam C. W , Virginia Hunt**. Mr Hlaka and 1. . lUvr at Taxaa ln«arr<>ll«(laU Praaa AanataMaa MM) of * a. ia'a.1 ' • tlitt Praat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1942 PAGF. THREE M * Eagles Tame Bobcats; Try Lumberjacks Next Rough Basketball Seen Monday In 50-39 Victory j -♦ Sc/UpiuAetteA. By Jackye Bruner Tin sprint Almost, and all the«<' lazy afternoon# 'hat you hav«« Displaying a fast and rough been running around loose can well Cagers Enter SFA Friday To Play Fifth LSC Game The North Texas Eagle basket- tiay to meet Stephen P. Austin Lumberjacks in their fourth con- ference encounter. The Lumberjacks, whom the lo- in and of basketball, the North ht- spent within the 40 acres that , vers journey to Nacogdoches Fri- IVxa* Kagies defeated the South- comprise the recreation park. west Texas Bobcats to the tune of A„ 14 sUrter, thm. iw tennis. oil-.ij Monday night. headed by a so-far-unknown per- The action took place in the; son, (because a n®w one ha* to iiurriim gym with Captain BUI be elected). This sport meets every <**1* defeated earlier in the Menefee, forward; (i. A. Lloyd, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1942

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1942 s « m • * i i I ■ - > ChekhovTheatreCompanyToBeHere Chat Scooped- Next Week in Shakespearian Comedy He" ®ox ^e+s Fine A* Mwfcar (Afthe Story, To Be Presented Is 'Twelfth Night' The Chekhov Theatre 8tu4k> tour- ing company, under tlx direction at MMhmJ Chekhov, will present the Skakaepaaraaa Comedy "Twelf- th Nijrht," Tuaaday nitfht at S:16 o'clock in the college udiU>rtum This group, made up <i4 youn* American arti ta who hare the work «# the designing and execut- ing of alt their senary. caelum**, and (ir.pl. IS now touring the eel lege* ami cultural center* of the United State* Their lender i* Michael Chekh.v, former director of the Moscow Art Theatre. I'rutM-d by < oleman Of this production, Robert Cole- man, well-known Broadway critic itaid: 'Mr Chekhov and hi* a**oei- ■E 0t«l|l •hiianoff, hftve schooled their youthful players to •aptjrc the ritaldry, the buoyant buffoonery, the racy fun that Sha...

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