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

CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1942 PAGE FIVE w*m 7L /?, ece iOiHCj & me GLAMOUR, AMOUR!—This bevy of beauties are the sororities' nominees for favorites in the coming Yucca election. Seated on the steps are: Margaret Harvey. Kappa, Denton; Mary Jo Dutton, Kaghlir, Denton; Evelyn Dunn, Kappa, Forestburg; the second row: Peggy Lorenzen, Theta, Newcastle; loma Blocker, Phoreff, Palmer: Kay Ellett, Phoreff, Roswell, N. M ; Marie Aus- tin. Phoreff, Electra; Jerry Robinson, Theta, Corsicana; the third row: Ruth Nell Whitaker, Kagh- lir, Tulsa, Okla.; Mary Jane Jones, Kappa, Anson: EHena Fayne White, Kaghlir, Knox City; Vir- ginia Paxton, Theta, El Paso. BAGWELL GOES TO FBI; WILSON REPLACES HIM Norman Bagwell, Wichita Kali*, junior member of tin- interfraterni- ty council from the Pi Phi Pi fra- ternity, resigned the above posi- tion recently to enter the services of the Kill. He left for Washing- ton thin week. Stanley Wilson, Hamlin, was appointed to fill the vaca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1942

m i PAGE an THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TBX AS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1942 'On to Tokyo' Is Cry of Hawaii, According to Ex In Hawaii the motto is "On to Tokyo" -and Tokyo it will be with compound interest for the day of Dec. 7 in Hawaii, promised Lt 8*hart Pat* of the US Army Air Corps, an ex-student of the Col* ieg* who ia at Hirknrn field in Hawaii Th* strong fighting spirit of the nation's fighting men stationed at that far-sway outpost in the Pa- cific ia revealed by Lieutenant Pate in a letter to W W. Yerby, super- intendent of building* and grounds at the Orilflft. Pate «arv«d aa a student driver under Yerby until he left North Te*a* as a junior in the summer of 1940 to train with the Air Corps. "We had some very dark hows here, but since that tragic Sunday, j thing* have been very quiat," says the flier's letter to Mr. and Mm. Yerby "War is not a very plaasant subject," it continues, "w> I will say very little about it. Ail that I can say ia that we will give our very best an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1942

* >{• ' * < u Buy Stamps Today For Victory Tomorrow SIXTEENTH YEAH The Campus Chat Buy Stamps Today For Victory Tomorrow ■"" * ■ NUMBER 17 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 13. IMS Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Publication Council Assumes Election Control Gresham Terms Japs 'World Cancer' Ninth Symphony on room knit- Girls Can March But Ranks Too Thin, Their Director ^Says Tramp, tramp, tramp the girls are marching, and doing it "four times better and faster than the boys of the nation," according j to Alex Dickie. Dickie announced that 40 girls who are now members and any others joining the corps will be given required physical education credit for the course, which in- cludes first aid, motor mechanics, and home nursing. Drilling directed by Lt. Buck Goods, a former North Texas stu- dent, is being conducted in the Har- ris* gym on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5 to 6 p.m. in preparation for the visit of Col. Jane Sumners of the headquarters office in Aust...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1942 The Campus Chat pg: ■jfjSBjE, ' m hMM W TIM Ti ratWM *«tl> dvruf U eg|l«|a >«■> by t Ml. U U* Monk tuum liila I wUi> Unit awn Umumt-r >. Hi*, mi IM V i 4bf u UniM. I nu * 4mr Um m* W (tank t. l«fi 4mucmu k.iiu.t S« « Mllur 6y*m. fcdtu r lotw Ihitxr,, iS,- i „ fcjaurtaw ItucMtr *-l>u,r &t~tu fc-iiu.i tamlUt M>.ru lA.u.r it* ft Cttuaniil Halm. 4 AJxrtM M> M*. *4*r Muff PhcUxraohM COImmmi (: .«• Aftt|*r ...ti DmU* Otrrlaen M M-r n. iisrt>*ra Hr r Keith. <• K<«> u ■ Vki«i*i Dim Kurt. i,tlli«i< *«(.<>*, Virginia H.nWr, ■«, IU, Iti'aui kugnra. I.«• - r nail J« M t.4 (i ■ s.~. V & •. . ■ at Tum Ut*Kuil«it«M Crm Utulalw *■• ! •( < "t.*«w • i'rmm br N*U«n*i A i>«ivui| Mnlu Ine. Clair* MM« tiuko I i, D. Mall 1941 Member 1942 Pbvociok'd Cole6iale Press Mw IBr by Mail II 04 Friday. February 13. 1942 tycutosuU CUciian When the student* go the polls next Tuesday to select ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1942

pwpp THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18.1942 PAGE THREE Fuller, Webb . Are Pledges To Psi Kappa Convention Planned At Dallas Meeting; Gymboree Date Set Maysel Fuller of CI Paso and Margy Jo Webb of Longview were elected to piedgeahip last week by the Kho chapter of Delta Psi Kap- pa. national physical education fraternity for women, according to Jackye Bruner. Ft. Worth, presi- dent of the organisation. At the meeting preceding the pledge service, plans were made for the annual Gymboree to be held on March 26. Kuth Elder, Ft. W orth, was appointed as chairman of the steering committee, and Martha Jo Harmon, Ft. Worth, will head publicity for the event. Homecoming plans were laid for Mar. 28, according to Jeanne Car- ter, social chairman, and over 100 former members of the local chap- ter are expected to return to the campus for the functions of that day. | Miss Beulah Harms, sponsor, Maryvonne de Kinsky, Baraquilla,; Colombia; Miss Carter, and Miss; Puppeteers Prese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1942

PAGE FOUR ■jliiit11 THE CAMPUS CHAT, BBNTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1942 ■P ■ 'PI I I I In First NT Cindermen Invade Norman To Meet OU Flashes Meet SkUMmmtm, intramural Cagers Frosh Outrun Eagles Whip Bearkats * Adamson High jQ Ga;n Second Place In Dallas Meet f North Texas Helps Norman, Okla trill be the placc and the Soonara of Oklahoma Uni-, versify will furnhih the opposition O.. C! ri ri # A ■ C ! 4 * By narry wiflinvr, ^pwrri cqitoi Initiate Season Here This Week i ^ The intramural basketball nee got off to « flying start Monday, aa all of the teams emptied both barrels at their opponent*' baaket. The Ton Cata blitzed Kamp 8 by the incredible More of 92-14. The Tom Oats ran completely wild aa they dropped goal after goal Coaeh Jack Hmo began spring through the (<a*ket. Aa a reault of Few Hopefuls Begin Training Carr and Mumford Among Old Players To Return in Fall Eight Tracksters To Attend Event In Norman Saturday Championship Hopes By Winning, 55-42 After trailing the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1942

u FOR VICTORY UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS • STAMPS SIXTEENTH YEAR The Campus Chat NUMBER 18 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEA COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. KKKIll'AltV 20, 1942 Z730 MARK EVKHY PAY DAY BOND DAY JOI* TNI MY Mil SftVtNOS PUN TELEPHONE 1242 College Offers Facilities To Army, Navy Officials Services Are Seeking Ground School Sites For Flight Training North Texas has placed at the disposal of both the army and the navy every facility at its command that might lead to the establish- ment of a ground school in either mval or army aviation, President W. J. McConnall said here Thurs- day. Within the past two weeks both army and navy officials have re- quested the Teachers College to furnish information showing how many men might be accommodated here should such a school be estab- lished on the campus. Navy Asked First The navy, the first to ask for a statement of North Texas facili- ties, did not place a ground school at the college because of the short- age of dormitory and classroom space, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1942

PAGE TWO The Campus Chat THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TE XAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1942 ftiiUHmU uAc* itut U 'r. CuttJJalMM wtalty <i«bU u4 UMI jiufth I«MM UrJr<OM A* M'H.iJ .«• (Ml tHMt «d*r« at Urn a t >>i,. * «j N«. #|HK. Mt i f.- TOW % it! «f trw *n 1 h MA iuu \wt r *a.l< AiBaitin HMNflM Mary U* K«mp JMkr* llrunfr .Uorftejr H*rr*a Ma ft# MSM U4MM (.Mfk Man* Ul*uwr J Ka./ Jlartui. r«i «i ■ > ■ • W tHuto C fkfl C«R I'ft* Ptw* a* 1 o*i urt M<- WKm': W*rt rv> um ***"«• ,*¥• u* Joaaa, Clair* I I'll M M. ■ ■> Wmnwui, J** Hl HIH and Hill (■•Mi C. ft. lUMfort MMl J. I . Mail of 1**m inl#rc<it«HWM l'r«M AjwhWImi Mm,1Mr «f AnwttM f nllMIMi fw> K-kf Nattuoai Ad rttn,r,« Sarvu-* Int.. 1941 Mrmbrr (942 Pbiotialed Gole6«Jt' Press MhaatWtioa MaUa. Mtvaml by Mail Una Coil««ta ¥«ar Friday, February 20, 1942 North Texas students this week brought an accusation against them- selves. In aiutwer to a poii query, they chatted themaelvea with tuiiure to cooperate fully wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1942

Katharine Evans, Soprano, Presents Senior Recital Singer Gives Program In Pour Languages; Daniel Accompanies THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1942 PAGE THREE B> HIGH M. MILLER Katharine Evans of Denton, «o- prsno. resented her senior voice 'I / r,.( ,t l last night at the music riii; auditorium. She was accompa- by Ralph Daniel at the piano, rue performance was near per- fii'tion from start to finish. Miss K ans showed a high degree of ..mship and feeling in bar renditions along with a remark- ai-ie tineaw. In each of the four language* in which aha sang, her iatioii was admirable. Another at- tribute of her performance was the apparent ease with which she mod- * from brilliant, clear fortis- sum) tone to sweet, low singing. Utr phrasing was exceptionally it i- I 'aniel's accompanying contrib- ute! greatly to the effectiveness ■he musically interesting pro- h'ram. Sings Italian Songs The first group of songs was Italian airs, alternating Neapoli- tan mellownes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1942

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1942 Eagles To Play Lions Twice SpoAticA+ptuAe. For Conference Cage Title By Harry Glainer, Sports Editor North Texas Basketeers Must Win Both Games To Take LSC Crown S&uptuAeiteA, By Jackya Bruner Yarbro Practices What He Preaches; Dan Yarbro'* hirh flying Eaglet « *«" will journey to Commerce- ja Btt«mptinir to lotWi the oat- Hear ye, we ye, end Jo yal At- P;loc I ln Prtint-c Monday m rht to encase the high- fofnr ot eith<tr „f the two buttle*, ter * whole ■Wit of solemnity, r unity ly touted Ka.t Tmm Lion, in the bu| ^ry<m. 4, ^tin* two very the WBA in kMkix w c<Arh<M ,lt lh,. first of a erunai two >:ame erlei. \§mm er. mfementit with every the annual kid party, and it w II , ( the Ltteraf whic, w.« ^ pl.y«l „tayer pl.yir,* hU heat. he h breakdown, we guarantee. Hik -J££ "i? JX in Harrm srym the fallowing Sat- ,irire g1Kh , prjlt€ jB at ttake. Ka- bowa, fluffy ekoiU. and lollipop* _ "~1"" "~"1~ fie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1942

( f ICTORY in UNITED NUTKS BONOS * SI AMPS The Campus Chat MAKE tVtRY BOND DAY. SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 19 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 27. 1942 Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 Summer Intercession Is Added; College Goes on 12-Month Plan Three Weeks' Short Term Will Be Held A three week*' intersession, re- placing the vacation between the second summer term and the fall semester, has been announced by Dr. B. B. Harris, dean of the col- lege. This will place North Texas on a full 12 months' basis during the present war emergency. Registration for the intersession will be held Aug. 24. and classes will run from Aug. 2C through Sept. 11, according to Dean Har- ris. Classes will be conducted Ave days a week, Tuesday through Saturday. Course To Fit Demand Courses offered will depend upon demand, and a survey of the win- ter students, to find out who will return for the intersession and which courses they will prefer, has been made. A similar survey of the summer students ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1942 The Campus Chat m i 1. I MHami othtw Ibuui! Art# Ml f'oklmmil i.j ii Itjulwn • I'm. I uli,a n 4 r>&« u.« wll« jr«nr Mou of um Soru. Uu. . t w 'low.M'f* ( . it!*, ■ MW «• J uCkc. ! lxrfiU.lt. !«* . W )f E«l Wf HIM I. i ? OMTOa-iM-C . ta > : ■KZ ■ Jart « BrunSil .o<tw —— - ..BBii'jj H«f« jt>m Mill H«rj tnm*cm%m • h- i;" r —<~~rT, J C ll *to -i u-Mtkim Mmumnt -<1. war M "i" t.r, . «l • M Sob CMiR SUlf •' Cl rl«a < ■■> si g < fwnu|. ..... ..—T- .-.-.Jwu PJ « Or*M*, CkMtm U*m*rua It.i -i.r H«rb*ra Br n. I.lili n Voi««, Kill* *h-,iu KtnuX* M' >MI Marutlfa Tht*- l~i.. IhmnM Mrrun, *u" ) *«Ufc«wa, N r.. MrMn- Mir KM Snu. f>« M t •! ««. Hutch dtrrimm. I'tulMu «<! MB M«ur* Dkum> in-.,, „ <t K- Strafert MM) J. ft Moll l'«u V a -"l*l .n ■ r^>i|«vnit* *f«m la! A<l ini l,i# tMrvIr* Inr M«mh*r til T« ^Vhh H JUi>r«wnt«l t One CafhwT^Sl* ~—■ tUUa. Miwwl tf Mali ill on Friday, Feb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1942 PAGE THREE 4 \ 4 * Eagles Tame Lions for Joint Conference Title Furious Extra Five Minutes Sees Close 49-50 Finish SpjOxtA&UfLtuAe. Tate, Lloyd Rack Up Eleven Points To Lead North Texas Scoring By T. J. ( OLLBTTK Auoeiat* Spurt t Editor Requiring an extra ftve-minutc period of play, the North Texas ; After the past week of active Eatrle* came through to eke out a j competition, the intramural basket - 60-49 victory over the East Texas j ball race remains in a deadlock Lion eager* and to tie the Lions ! between the ReU-ls and the Tom for the L<>ne Star Conference I Oats. For first place the Natives crown. j retained the third ponition by add- Before a record crowd of Den- j two more victories to their ton and Commerce fan* thai ; "8t w>n«. jammed the Harris* gym, the Green and White five put on a I Lewis of the Tom Cats is high last two-minute rally that put the ! scorer with 125 points to his credit. By Harry Gla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1942

¥ PAGE FOUR THK CAMI'US CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1012 Moseley's 'March, To Be Feature in USS Saratoga' Band Concert Nicholas Holds Spanish Neighbors « . n i On Program Here r . . . LdST Recital ' u Lapture Interest In Dannelley Review S@ITI©st6r Songs from America Taylor To Give Trumpet Solo BOOK OF THE WEEK An original composition by an NT8TC muaic student, Joseph Moneley, and a trumpet solo by Hand Ma - Taylor, will l<e featured ^he interest of North in the annual sjria« concert by American* in our Hpanish-Ameri- the 66-piece symphony band under neighbors will be reflected in the direction of Harry rarihall, the review of Giro Alegrla's "Broad Sui day, March I. >n the main au- ari,j MUtn |, lh4. World," which will ditorium at t p m |,r,. ,.r.t««| next Wednesday at. 4 • Man h, U. H. 8. Saratoga" Is, p.m. in th#« library auditorium by the composition by Moseley, a Fort | r. Henry iJatinelley of the depart Worth student who la nolo cornet- merit of foreign lang...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1942

I Kaghlirs Conclude Rush Week THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1942 PAGE FIVE With Party and Forma! Tonight Hostesses for Tea Friday Afternoon To Be Service Club The Green Jacket* will be hos- | teas** for th« Friday afternoon tea. I given in the girl*' reception room in Mrs. Mary B Weaaon's office ■ from 3 until 5 o'clock Friday, Feb. 127. _ The hosteaae* for the tea will The rush function* of the four . . . ! include the following: Frances campus sororitiea will be conclud- \A/4-l I D i C UD Next WPP* Davison, McCaulley; Ethel Marie ed tonight at 7:80 with a Kaghiir WW m w I • McDamel, Alvin; Mary Ellen formal dance at the Mary Arden FAMOUS F1KST WORDS: Room-I Members of the Campus Homes ! * h °r 1 •r, Galveston; The.. Ann lodge preceded by a cocktail hour ie> , <lon-t fM.| *, well ... i Club will meet Mar 6 at 2:30 p.m. I •stor>- Angus; Evelyn Dunn, For- at the sorority house. .* •• •• j„ th,. Mary Arden lodge for the estburg; Angelina Meredith, Al- K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1942

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1M2 Ingram Finds Navy in High At Corpus Christi Air Base THE SMILE OF VICTORY lights th« of those iuriy 'andidata-. who weathered one of the hottest campaigns in campus history to '.nag berths in the favorite section of the 1942 Yucca Laft to right thay ara: fi'ttt row- Bubbtie McDamol. Ellana Fayna White Bill Janes, second row Virginia Paston, Billie Wolfe, Fred Kendall: third row Mary Jane Jonas Clovis Cowan Charles Bafa r. Misting from the picture is Bill Chappell. The true seriouwie** of the war situation ha* been brought home to one TO e*. Sam Ingram, who wrote to Chart** Dameron, editor of th* Yucca, thia week from Cor- pun Chn*ti, where he is on duty at the Naval Air Station. Ingram, an outstanding campus rti*t and art editor of the Awe* t«, wan sent first to Grand Prai- rie, then to Corpus Chri*ti, which he *ay* I* filled with more activ j ity than hi* first * tat ion. "They ! nean business," he write*. "Since I h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 March 1942

■ 1 1?^ MAKE EVERY M PAY DAY i BONO DAY JOIN THE PAY ROLL * SAVINGS PLAN * SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 20 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MASCH 6.1942 lor VICTORY HI/1 t M I K I) S I A 1 ft • Ok H.NSk BONUS •MM l S Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 NT Debaters Sweep Meet |RC Convention Delegates Due To Bring Horn. Trophy ;From 56 Colleges Tomorrow ~ - ^ McConnell To Talk As Meet Opens; Conrad To Speak College Has Big Score; Wins Sweepstakes Twice Consecutively Texas Students To Hold Meeting Here This Month Piling up a total of 36W points to win for the second year in sue- I cession the sweepstakes trophy j hj(fh Hcho()U of the Durant, Ok In . Forensic throughout the stute will meet nt Meet was the record of the Debate j the Teachers College Demonstra- Squad Feb. 27 and 28. In addition tion High School on March 13-14 contestants brought back three for the sixth annual meeting of the cups and six individual medals. Texas Association of Student Coun- The senior m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 March 1942

I I r bib n gggM PAGE TWO The Campus Chat U.vfltl Ulka Ml L,, UM IUH.B1 (.*.«*« JT Mtun UM |r«U • UM Ur *«« «J UM .< J14 .. .<• VUlim . M< >«•«. M —« «4ltU t*. •«.„•( u w*'V* #t MMP MMfr HMt JMMNA ■HWf J Ac* N«r IMKiWf Kil • « AM1MV 1Mb < *a/i ;ftw> «W tt§ tfl§ iMtWf ii>*a.!•«-#> 4b^ Ad'MtCIUil JMUUM£9f *« •«*( i fl J t*OU#t*r :,«t eUr.MiA -« „*-.-«-—., r«M **« I M. *«Mtw OHM,,.. lUll* I. n.tn.ii.n. Ifn.um tir *i>, luuau irai, K<iw ->ln.iu. iMl Nmu. i.i tf 1<"«- i«. HuM M a*'"*. *-. <« * .. / M> M«- &■ fiVMfi. *«U/ tti.M. Ka, II tUMHAh, J « ■ bRU VWVniMN> m iui ■ c. S- MMM m* 4. 0. (ton at I«M (BMM-oUXiial* I'rau AMWMUIM ir < ! ftaa >tr< *. I'r«M t>r iiiwui MnS^ W 1941 Mmihr 1*44 PbsockJed CMfcM* Press < cJssrvs; • MM* . i «iw«l lit Friday, March 6,1K42 Wa'f ftmdmd, *1oo There cornea a time in the Lit* o 1 every man when he must make some sort of sacrifice. Whether he muni give hut life or hi* money or .some- one dear t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 March 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH 6. 1942 PACK THREE I I « I > Eagle Runners in Laredo Now for Border Olympics North Texas Hopes To Take Title After Nose-Out by Texas U in *41 Eleven North Texas .State cindermen. accompanied by Coach Choc Sportuman, left Denton Wednesday morning for Laredo, where the Eagle thinly clads will enter the Interna- tional Border Olympics starting today. The Denton trackmen making the Laredo trip are Boyd Vaughn. John Jackson, Ed Rogers, Wilson Terry, Doyle How- ard, Dai ton Campbell, Ray Womack, Wayne Scarbrough, An- dy Andrus, Red Carter, and Bobby Jones. The eleven men will double in several events in order to give the North Texas team Slidell Wins HS Tourney State Cage Meet To Be in Austin % Today and Tomorrow ••• ... <«. .. ,.v ,,v,iv Slidell, one of the pre-tourna- a bid for the first-place honors for the entire meet. La t season the "'l'nt "'""f with /)o.r „ . , . . .. , , . ,, Chester and Bardwell, earned tm I .t *-l ..III - . 4 I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 March 1942

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1942 Ag nes de Mille Presents Troupe To College Audience Monday Dancer Interprets Extensive Variety Of American Themes Agnes d« Mill*, noted American dancer, and her da net troupe, who combine fornady and choreography in their presentations, will appear in the collect' auditorium Monday night at H: 16 -'clock in a line art" numSer. Mm d Mille, niece of movte producer Cecil H de Mitle, create* ; ail the dance- for her group and design* all the costumes used. In her work* she interpret* every- thing from Bach to cowboy tune* While appearing in Kngland. Mm de Mille directed dances for a revue starring Gertrude Law rente. She has alsw directed dancen for Broadway musical production*, in uddition to originating and di- recting the dance* for MOM's "Romeo and Juliet." More recently she ha contributed her chore - I ography to the Ballet Theatre ami the Jqokx Ballet. She is the first choreographer outside of Kurt Joo** to work with ...

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