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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 6. 1942 * : :Wi • *? PAGE FIVE Eighty-five Neophytes Largest Group Pledged in NT History Record Pledgeship Starts Monday Night; Talons Lead Group The six campus fraternities, 1 taking in one ol the largest groups of pledges and prospective members, began a period of pledgeship Monday night. Thej Talons lead the list with 26 pledges. All the fraternity pledges , combined total eighty-five. Beta Alpha Kho Beta pledges in- : elude Jim Townsend, Dallas;: Cooter Hastings, Dallas; Walter Harpool, Denton; Wilson Stark, Dallas; S. E. Scott, Post Oak; Bill Young, Abilene; Bernice El- liott, Frisco; Don Wadsworth, Dallas; Joe Wood, Dallas; Bob Massey, Pilot Point; and Victor Hart, Carrizo Springs. ^W«IRL Green Jackets Take Three More Pledges In addition to the ones announc- ed last week, three other girls were among the 38 Green Jacket VAMnna LMucr wnsnfi. ok to uko thtl pledgeship of wokuh. un, the organisation Tuesday night at Bill, dont drive s...

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

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1942 IplM Wm 1 1MB: Fuchs, Hunt Leave Campus For Duty with U. S. Army Drafted Art Professorf" ~~ " " | have done ouUtanding work in col- Will Have Successor beting annd designing ti«nd-w«*v- injf pattern*. Fuch* studied with On Regents' Approval the N«w Bauhaua school in Call- ■ i forma under the direction of the ; Two North Texaa State Teach- on College faculty member* were among the men who left Denton Tuesday for duty with the United State* Army. They were Kenneth Hunt, assistant professor of li- brary aervice, director o# the col- lege book bindery, and former member of the rot lag* art fac- ulty, and Rudolph Fucha, aaaiat- ant psafr.aacir of art. The two famous Hungarian painter and craftaman Laaalo Moholy-Nagy, and both Fuch* and Hunt have lawn associated in a hand-weaving project housed in their rammed earth studio southwest of Den- ton. HUNT wm will report for duty at the ('amp Wolters Reception Center Hunt'* classes ...

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

Winl1 *■ if *1# «. ■*.* * / \ • ■ I •I, ' 1 'mm ' ^ Little Abners, Beware! Wednesday, March 25 is Sadie Hawkins Day! WfWL Watch for Chat April Fool Edition .*T£L* W-U> I.AT&H «WB| Wi, '«M I •- UK * 1 i.*A< 1MA potVtn**"1 RH| IAWC NMRm tUK,* • 7 ' _w> v nr i"'j * rum mm*m ocn iirrtp * n *j uwam«LWM< W^H Y>* PAW f AM CWCT! ACfH YO «JT fAu<r MC A duMv*M- OHVOXJL lUl^t HI ONW to ih WW o NATCHCNAL lIFHf* tv1 H Kr Hi T •&40 WOiJLf* 4wrgL/ 4 RliNMiN '' WW N \i 'Hi * A *UNNI* . t H « *if TM Isaim ■w ■ ojgfgwn Ml rvNf*> ^^W M|H I HAY ON t)W (V r « "■ 3 . .-. 6 Wacth for Chat April Fool Edition ■11 Mi IK# SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 21 The Campus NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DEN roN TFX AS, MAR('H IH7UM2 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Eight Exes Are Awarded Wings at Arizona Field Reserve Cadets Get Commissions, Finish Advanced Training Eight North Texas ex-students have successfully completed the air corps advanced flying school training at Luke Field, Phoenix, Ariz., and h...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, denton, texas, FRIDAY, march 13. 15*42 The Campus Chat imi . .IHMII Amu W fublmbmi by Um I «Jhtn«n CkiM**** J*MM PewUlUtcjA. By Jaci Meguira, CHst Editor-in-Chief fublmbmi wmkit iuium um juu /*/ or Uw •> itobU o/ UM NurUt l>ui .->taw U*£lwri ■<«•. *Ji 4-< MlUl i. l l . M ItM nui, i >iu uitow IM Ml of More* *t i'm ll'h'jk in iii > N« . 4JMKUJ k4lt r -«Mt) fMiu r sporu krfluw - Ammtim* SporU ha lluau.m tn4 Ai mi ln* Mv * i'trruia* lee ■■, — sui/i i'h. , <l t < rt. JACK * A Of IKK NalMWM Walk r Mur Lm Ktmf . .!•< /• l-rur.n iJOKAht H rr.( Marw Hill Ckrk Hurrjr litow T J r-oilrU. j. mr *#« • jjk* ' f " < htrlm ('a* !*•«• l l«m lmbf uvwbmi ....... rmm i • C..1UX.v#rrwi|« <iw-W. Churl* lunwna K*t<.rt, . Liilian Tmf.f ICIlM ■MM mimm. Msnaila Jum*. Clair* Thl« ... r . K, 4fm %yrui, War «i M*lU:**a, Haix-t M> M* nun. Sw Strain) ti.li, Ulak* (tor Hu<law*h, J>« W > 4.1 r., IXitcb f.arflatm Paul Ro«*r. *n4 Btti Moor* S. MM. C E...

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

THE CAMNH^jgjjT, PENfON, W4& WMPAT, MAHOB M W* PAGE THHEK ' * Forty-One Take Pledge Oaths To Four Campus Sororities Monday Night Judge Hughes Will Lecture Phoreffs Lead List With 16 Pledges; Kaghlirs Have 13 Plcdgeship began Monday night for the forty-one pledges to the four campus sororities. The Phoreffs with 16 pledge*, have the largest group. They are: Mary Gardner, Coleman; Billie Nell Hughes, Dallas; Barbara Cooper, Waxahachie; Marion Kim- ble, Ft. Worth; Jane Trulock, Paris; Benjalee Stailey, Dallas; Km ma Lou Boatwright, Dallas; Betty Smither, Dallas; Catherine Caldwell, McKinney; Mary Helen Errebo, Vesper, Kans.; La Nelle Qui I Ion, Texarkana; Roslyn Singie- tary, Henderson; Ardath Single- tary, Henderson; Doris Holland, Mr Allen; Jewel Mullins, Hender- son; and Dorothy Jane Lindsay, Tyler. The Kaghlirs with 13 pledges, had the next largest group. They include Jean Ayres, Paris; Mary Bryant, Paris; Marilyn Johnson. Magic City; Anne Newton. Dallas; Helen Manner, Dallas; ...

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEX AS. FRIDAY. MARCH 18. 1942 Eagles Prep for First Tri-Meet Wth East Texas and Oklahoma Squad Will Seek To Avenge Loss Gross HouSe- To Sooner Crew Dodgers Tie By Herry Gtawer, Sports Editor By MILL MOOBK Th* intramural basketbell raw The N .rth Ti <;« Stale <. c nr«« up to all pre-wwsefi expect* •.rack «ter will play hoat to tfce | M thr rhurt reached the and Okiahoma University and the Heat „f regular schedule season la*t Ti >u Stau ctndermen next wed- needay afternoon in the first tri college meat of the **a on for the The Sooner® from Oklahoma, The end ai the ran found the Cross House nftif the North Texa* 1lodgers tied for fourth plate A who earlier in the n«Mon I w Ti\ ^',WM'n ,h"' tw" team* will , _ . , j , , ?! deeid<- who will participate in the Uie Eaglea w the ^ ^ f„r the Wp>adm«<n ^whero North Tew. ^ ^ wi() <h„ flr,( and third place 'earn* in a battle to see who will (day the winner of the game between th< n'tiy...

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

era ■ msmmm y. , . „ L Kf A "Tl /^M I he Campus Uiat SIXTEENTH YEAR MUCKER 22 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, MARCH 20, 1942 3780 TELEPHONE 1242 First Entries Received For Music Competition Gainesville High James Carrico; Earliest Contestant ■ r In Big Band Meet Is Successor Of Masters About pIaH Sisco an^ Sportsman Resign; Harbor Attack Will Serve in Naval Aviation Bomb Served as Alarm On Morning of Dec. 7, Former Student Writes former North Texas Hawaii to former Gainesville Motor anil junior high school bands are the first ] From entrants for the Texas Music | student Kdutau,rs rum,H titi«mu Festivals, I Norlh Tum tMchl,r Northern Divw.on of tofton III, j and th(<n to tht. North Tum c<lllJ. to he held here April Hoyd |)us canu, „ letter this week (•ruham. chairman of the local ar- w|,ic|, told again of the- surprise rangcincnts committee, has an- u||(| u,t> shl>ck of ut ,Var| 1 , . . . , Harbor on Dec, 7. a _ L. d The* festival, which la i ytmr , 4 ...

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

W '<■ If PAGE TWO — THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1942 The Campus Chat —Art# i«. UM> flit mini) W it* T ncun ' fn i*akmtmi rafcij 1IWU4 im w mm •« !•/ Km •"*- wu mi un, MutlM t u< i<Kwn UaMH «.u MM 4a MtUHKMO «.•!.. I UKMW «. .*1 IM puil itffcca at UWM, i«* , ufiwr UM l •' Mar fc «. Iff*. kXllTUM-LM-CMli-> :> ..rli IwiUrf JACK MAOUtKK Asi/wo* * ««r Marjr I.M k.x.t- j •/ ij« Htuim ,f.r A*r Harri* Ibrw Mill <,««.* tlllft J Ha, W a . U.A l.r.fl h rl i,<ji l'«1« J'HM-"- >M A4*«rt*>tn« CirculMwt st # |-fcut« r M# i tf CarWvnwt .....—!— " ........ ™r« K«i .rur< Barbara llr> n l.l .ar, t'ouu*. Kilt* Skull*. Klnw.r* M' ~r Marwi.a Jmm*. CIMT* Ttilf- Kuubn, fcj>ru«, Murwi M<i.u.* , Naary M<-Ma h*«. *■ .-iw*i«n. Mil HMw Mar UwteiMtft. J'« HcfaMw. I'uWk (rarriauo. I'aul Kn«m and IIU1 ^ 1 5 ' ! C K. and J. 0. Hall at Taaaa InUr-.(tibial, f'roaa A«*u«'!ali<.i. of AwwiaM OIUmMs i'raa* by NaiixMi A<l**rtMin« Mr«M t*«. isi 1941 k...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1942 PAGE THREE In I 1 r I li \u . I II on College Players To Present Famous Drama, 'Night Must Fall/ May 7-8 Barrow Given Lead * In New Production Of Dramatic Group Casting has imn completed for "Night Must Fall," spring produc- tion of the Cdhfe Players, which will be presented for a two-night run in the main auditorium, May 7 tad 8- Written by Evelyn Williams, the play is a melodrama of a bellboy with a homicidal mania. Mrs. Myr- tle Hardy will direct. Frank Harrow, senior from Den- ton, will play the lead in the pro- duction. He played the same role at the University of Louisiana last year. Elizabeth Irby Connell, sen- lor from Dallas, who played a leading role in the group's pres- entation of "Where the Dear An- telope Play" last year, will play the part of Mrs. Bramson, dom- ineering invalid. Features New Flayers Sammye Portcrfield, Dallas soph- omore, also in the earlier produc- tion, will play the part of Olivia, relative and...

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1942 East Texas Ekes Out Victory In Tri-College Track Meet Oklahoma, Eagles* Menefee To Lead North Texas To Defend Title Cobb s Gotfer$ Chalk UP Intramural Title Won by Tom Cats In Cage Play-Off Make Good Bids But Trail ETSTC With but tkiw ti inu oeparating them from Oklahoma Sooner*. the Ba*t Texas Li ri« captured th bjr the Athletic Counrll for their •ri • rll- k-e meat whirls wa* stairwl1 work in bringing a tie for the D , Li • • a, , i AVHJh* CrkAt4« Dy ruirry '^ivintr, jporri Cw'"or by the Eagi<* tout Wednesday af ternoon. The Etesan* won the meet with 66 1-2 point*; U e Oklahoma!)* held Jown the second tbt with S3 1-2 points to their credi', white the Eagle* trailed etesa behind (n the third place with H point* on their side of the ledger. Joe Valla, Ba*t Texas nnderman. the out* landing participant of day with three first* to hi* the 120 hijrb hurdlea, the m low hurdlaa, and the high jumping event Sharin* the indi...

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

m pi I I ft It. bh |r- >n ■in crofn The Campus Chat 1CT0RY BUY VMItBt* •TATS* NDS AMD SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 28 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, MARCH 27. 1942 Z73 TELEPHONE 1242 Defense Structure Will Be Built Here I Matthews Named Project Sponsor As State Approves Big Program A 100 by 50 frame building to be uned by defense classes' 18 hours a day six days a week will be erected on the campus this spring, President W. J. McConnell announced Friday. The new building, which is to be placed between the college post office and the historical building, will be used at night for u Number One Defense program and for overflow daytime ————♦classes in the industrial art* tie- ✓ L • p p • part infill. VnVwl WT r raiSe Approval for the Number One j. t m. program wax received thin Prom Houston Post tvam Ju* K d Eddy,state I will r VSI dilator of vocational training for f* D __ defense workers. Construction of 'Or r ertormances ' the building will start when details have bee...

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

PAGE 7TT0 THT DIWON TTT r FETTmY MjOKtt? IMt The Campus Chat 1141 try Um t«Ml •V riM «*+■*!i (turtni IIM y**f ^v ifc# ita ^t ine S^rti TMM Ht*t* iMMftcr* • mc** £** #• m w i <ta*« I. 'wfW^jjm Wf at Tmm un4Urr Ih* act >1 I. ;#« kUITuh Hl .f Kd""' r« fr# - l>w .k i M . *> J * W r t-1 «a.u*#r?.*&U fclttor Mil' «t « *ar JA< K MAUi IK* 4NIWIII *•!**! Mar, U. K«fiu- ...'■■Zftok*" bu**t i >r 4 > U«r Ml «Uv.« .. Jfcaw MP marry citatum T J Coitaft* % «ar«t*. £^feM«a .. K"*- ClWt *rt.<••*•«! ■ . ^j. 1~.1 *•* l*W* .jtu V' r'■•Jlr ' hlfU* iNMWfftfi . r Unrter* H'. > f .iklft t fi*" * Wmx # Mat rait* Jtmm flttira ffct* * •! Hffu. « rtat «*ttl n M«•* RT *• *« HMfo VM H rtaf"** J- lintt llti'rh ,#? 1 «tri .!*•♦* 4 lusywvw tfl4 Hi' * « ft, Wuvliar^ J 1* Hrt'i H>r of tli'" l i«r "(M«W MrM Hr«nMr «i A«a*r>*ta«t f' |t*vtaUr by ICMAMi A«t¥«rtl*tri|r H«f « i 1941 Mrmtxr 1942 Fhsociakvi CfaBMMP fVwj 4t* crl|rflot> H*M . fc Mat) Om Cnitagtr fl *„—.i 'ii-iiw ■ —— Fri...

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

riTr . .v .in*: . n.vi r.rsnv.s raTTCflyEpit *T, WM. V.\T,T TTTTiTf NT Students Qualified for Many 'V'-Classes • ' All College Classifications Are Eligible for Openings, Faculty Committee Reports Opportunities Available in Naval Reserve, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Medical Air Units V i for Victory to the layman, but in the Navy's V-l, V-7 iiniro. it standi* for volunteer, and with the accredit* ... „ of the college for the V-l Naval Reserve program there l*1** 'l NV,'r"' K°od 111 st'" ■ *-«.ntl>* appeared with the A Cappel- ■ . I I II . i * n. ... un.i i*.i1 X..1. ... . . | lie many "V men on the campus. These Naval Reserve volunteers will be qualifying them-| jrea for officers' training programs. They are not. however. i only students of the college who can prepare for commis- K or s|iecialists' posts in the armed forces. Li'I A Liters Cztuule Chapel Choir Gives Sadie's Coke Juice; Concert at College; Keep Single Status McKinley Directs Yea ir, some of Tl' Lit Abner* The Teaiher...

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

PA<*B- F**'R THK tAMFl'S CHAT MM TKXA- FHHMV MAHCH IF. I4M2 •;■■: If College To Offer Widest Curricula in History This Summer Defense, Teacher-Training To Receive More Emphasis Far-Reachinq Features Planned for Session To Meet War Demands NT Artists Off to Mexico Merida To Offer Summer Course In Colorful Morelia Ag i' < « of world war. North Te*i Slate 'faacheis College l>U set up one of th* moat vm i«d Mrw it* W - toi y i- : the li'l-' iiiihhb session. Two greet field* of leai ntttg, rmcbirif Ipte every «l<fjfpriKent in the col!--vIi| l,| jiji-.'.'njhlwl thi- yea <lefe, e and leather- The color mul life of old Mastro training wit) serve as the inspiration fol A -.tut-.iwnt of imrr features North T«-«w «inM«r art sto- le he issued shortly through the ' *"* *ho combine education aswi office of lh,; «h.iw- that sever, vacation at Ihe NT summer school [ l-etinl dMM i, work-h..,^, ami de ,,{ P*h>«*« « Mar**. Me**e. f jwrtfi.i 'it I srli■ of? will < ni«d the The cour...

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

THT CaUPTS CHAT D1VT0W. TEX.i Fit IP AY, tt*RCH 27. 1&42 ' FAGEFTVE Delta Psi Kappa Sorority Sororities Present Has Luncheon and Banquet Club Follows Theme Castles in the Air'; Alumni To Attend Elizabeth Jameson ' To Present Recital • t amies in the Air" will to the ,h«m* ->f the Delta Ft.. Kappa iu |n Main Auditorium * •. . una banquet in ibe Crystal ,viam HUUITOHUm tt Marquis hall Saturday. Illfll \l r £8 A hi hi" 75 alumni, ineltid •ig Runic# Miller, national pr..- Vncf chairman, are expecutd to 'tend Phi* theme wa chosen because >hi . year the sorority w # t« have ttill u elub house on the campu*; however the plans i-ouh) not he . i.rried out lajcaUse of the war. Ilecorntion* will include name tans in the «hape of the Greek letter f!ho, golden castles on top of blue Elizabeth Jameson of Amarillo, graduate tutor in the North Texas music departm.nt, will lie present ed in u pian.. reeital Sunday. March 2ft. at 4 oVbusk in the tnain audi- torium VU Jiimeson has studied wi...

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

PAGE SIX THF CAMPUS CttAT. DENTON. TEX AS. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1942 Cindermen Journey to Austin To Participate In Texas Relays -Rogers Returns After Leg Injury; * . — _ . . New Coach Pleased With Workouts North Texas Tracksters Lose With two defeats behind tht-m, th«; Kafltea travel to Aus- tin thin week-end to thu Texaa Belaya to amend their ways. The cindermen will be at near-full tr* rlh for the flrnt timt; this season, and expect to briny back the honor« that have been their* for the pant few year*. For the Hint time in IS seanon*, the North Texan* will go into a meet without the leadership of their veteran coach. Choc Sporwnan, who left for Naval Service last week after the Stock Show Meet. Big Kd Rogers witt return to the# - — *-■ - oval after an abaenee of two Week* with a leg injury. In workout* (car ly this wttk, he showed the name ataminu ami form for which he in noted. Johnny Jacluon ha* suffi- ciently recovered from a leg Injury to add ^peed to the quad's relay time. Terry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 April 1942

SIXTEENTH YEAR Nl'MBEK 24 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. APRIL 17, IMS Z 73 TELEPHONE 1242 College Congratulated by Knox Ll°vd Rus,e" On V-l Program Launched Here NT Sends Delegates To Press Convention In Huntsville Today Jack Maguire of Denison, Cam- pus Chat editor; Charles Dameron ■ if McC'amey, Yucca editor; and T. .1 ( 'ollette of Dallas, Chat aaso- . sports editor, will represent STSTC as official delegates to the Texas Intercollegiate Press Exams Postponed* Until Next Year By New Ruling The North Texan V-l Navy pro- gram received new impetus this week with a congratulatory tele- gram from Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox and a postponement of Navy examinations permitting V-l sophomores to reifain in school for a longer minimum pe- A--..nation convention today and riod. tomorrow at Sam Houston State! The altered examination plan Teachers College in Huntsville.; C1I"K '®r # comprehensive exam < harles Cox of McCamey, publi- fnr mt!n who ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 April 1942

The Campus Chat I Alt* 10 Blue. Pencilinc^i, u PatilaM Vf ik. Twkn OUas* Tr i ufctefcM w—hi/ tfwiaa m^u of ua N«U Tuu Worm Tttrtu; Now It's the Gait Who Reach for Checks. i. i*n. KfclToaiN.CHIEF _ kttocmt* Mitor ■.„... — s WMf •iiwri*. fcditur *«!•«) >'<W ,, n . . Aaauriab SoirtMir HMf Amiwwmnu Bfltor .rt* Mitur JACK MA'.t ia> Hmbm** W aia«r AiMeMU d|K>rt« CdlW Jbkf« Hwnir lMtA.hr H*m. M«r<« Hi!! 'r*n« ' * H*rry T. J Umivmh an 1 A4*«rt ln«r MtMr*r J. H*f Mar* r MsrtMvr M-rf. t raf' -:**IT J f --«*r ph#r < hsrlm Cot C*rt<ao«it«t (Aiumnuu VcrMiti Chmrlm >r. fWt>ortrr Blflaf &RNM, |Bu Yawn#. Bllki # ' >*• Mmavt lfara«Ii* Jtmm ri«ir 7 *• , lk* r.n« Arrow II una) M ttU*s N *<-y Mr Mil f> Hi riw«>m BrtlF BUka kar J - M v*44ti thtom QuvIM*. P«ol HiifW •«4 Mill Mom H^.iniw _ ft, M«i m4 if D fUD Mnf Tmm !nt*croll«*t«U Pf«M Anwn't'1 MrmWr of A«vt«W) Col)«gieU "r«M by H#r*i*e l w 1941 1942 PhvxialrKl Colc 6inlo Press HuUrrt tiM lUtM. Nlnml far *U ChM ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 April 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1941 PACE THREE t * I I Two Campus Fraternities Hold Annual Formal Dinner Dances I Pi Phi's Spring Frolic, Saturday, April 10, Has Oak Leaf Motif Kappas Go Masquerade At Mystery Informal The thirteenth annual Spring Pledge# of the Kappa Kappa Lea/ frolic dinner and dance of I Kappa xorority were honored by the Pi Phi Pi fraternity wan held member* with a masquerade dance last Saturday night. The dinner Friday night at the Woman'* Club, was held at 7 p.m. in the T8CW The theme of myatery was car- tearoom, and the dance from ft to 12 p.m. waa held at the Worn an'* Club. ried out in co*tume* and decora- tion*, and everyone wore mask* until the intermi**ion. Emma Joe Decoration* included oak leave* Raybor and Jack Jernigan won arranged throughout the ballroom Music wa* by the Ace* of College- land. James Currie of Fort Worth, president, acted as toastmaster at the banquet. Talks were made by club sponsors Dr. S. A. Blackburn and Dr. E. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 April 1942

ft I' i,f it • . PAGE POUR INK THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, T EX AS, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1942 Trackmen Garner High Honors Wood- Casey, For College Division At Meet L'HandbaTl°PS NorHi Texans Win First Place in Half Mile Relay By winning one first ud four second placer.. the North Ten** Eagles took hitch honor# for th* wiapt tatnwtv In W> T«w Re- lays. The speedsters took the half anh mat wkm the But Tm* continent wa* disqualified for getting out of thuir lifts in the 'WM°* Loyola of Chicago edged out the Ea fle anchorman in th* sprint medley by mum three yard* to beat r« rk Cooper'* team in their Ntond M4 for glory. The < imi. men met disappointment in the mile relay when the JStexaris again —the third time this season beat them in this event. Terry, Iocs: finmh man, *|s a half string bs- hind Cook whan he hit the tape. Albert Mikestka, Javelin tosser, improved hi* throw by more than twenty feet, but fell short of Cook'*, East Tesan, throw of 207 feet. Thi* event wa* open to both co...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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