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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 July 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, OBNTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 10. ) 42 PAGE THRKK Many North Texans and Exes Fall Victim to Cupid's Marksmanship Five Former College Students Are in June and July Nuptials Meyer Weds Dorothy Wilkins, Mary Ann Gillespie Takes Vows UIRL Former Music Prof, Now in Service, Is Married Here to TSCW Graduate Manuel F. Meyer. a member of the TC music faculty until he was inducted into the army last semester, was married Monday afternoon to Dorothy Ann Wilkins of Denton. Following ceremonies at th«> First Christian Church of Denton, the bride and if room attended a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ft. J Wilkins. Then they left on a short wed- ding trip, and on their return will be at home in Mineral Wells. Formerly on Faculty Meyer, who joined the music faculty in September, 1941. holds the B.M. degree from NTSTC. He is now stationed at Camp Wolters. and is a mentlier of the band at the reception center there. He direct- ed the chorus of the soldie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 July 1942

I Bllr PAGE POUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 10. 1942 Swimmers To Face University Park Tonight; Miniature Golf Competition Nears Finish NT Tankers Meet First Outside Foes Swimmers, Two Divers Carry Green, White In AAU Warm-Up Tilt Bounds Leads #•11 FitM This Week Championship Right Reaches Semi-Finals By Middle of Week r h Frtlnrir | Miniature golf . ; Bight competition h 4 pr'<*r« *d I.r , «rml outside miiet >f the !hr"w*h s* i «nai by Wednesday Ittt mmw as they take on ■ aaaa with James Bound* leading of PlmilH P.rk tank*" .*• *** •w*rti>Mi an «W^ IS o'dbek in the TC pc l 1** ** Partly intended a* a warm op Moving *"m wn*t slower. the f f u-..- &■ uthweatern AAU mm*, "ther two flight* had completed id Delia* a*vt week-end, the maet oaly preliminary. with Garvin will furnish a w rk"4 ut and a fore- Muggs in the wscond bracket ami for both of next fa big *how. barring trans- portation dlAndtw* First Oat«id* Competition i, t> Hali in the tkinl awaitin...

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

I I b * The Campus Chat SIXTEENTH YEAH N1.MHEK f> NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, JULY 17. 1H42 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Lieutenants Woods, Shuford Will Train at Miami Beach t Brings to Six Total Taken By Air Corps Latest Teachers College faculty menbtri to enter the service hi>- William G. Woods, a sistant dean of men, firs! Ikutnwnt, and C. K Shuford. publicity director. second lieutenant, who received commis sions la-t week for the United States Air Corps. Woods left Monday morning and Shuford left Tuesday after- noon for Miami Beach, Fla.. for temporary duty at the Command- inir Officers Training Seh'«.|. Woods, from was principal of the Denton Junior High School and served as a vis •itinir teacher here on the sum mer staff when the college tool: over the summer city schools. In 1937 he joined the North Tex as staff, and has been a nv-triber ever since. The college loaned him for th- second semester in the 11'■'(! I'! M :sion through the sumnv r "f liltt to K...

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

pa(;e two THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, Jl'LY IT, 1942 College May Feel Proud Of Part of NT Men in War People art beginning to realize now that whenever a battle is fought, whenever a ship is sunk, or a city blasted. some of thaw in the thick of it are folks from home. That fact haa bum forcefully brought to us by the newspaper ac- counts of the dee'H of such exes of the college an Pate, Reddy. Andrews, Blanton. Berry and others. The appearance on the campus thin week of Lieut Kenneth Reddy brought student* perhaps their cksaeat contact with the war to date, ft brought an awarenen* of our part in it. 9mm Not Stand Alone R«iidy'a performance doe* not stand alone, for North Texan* have giv- en good account* of themselves in moet of the major battles of the war. No North Texan can consider that fact without a rising *«wa of pride. In the final accounting, when the heroes get their haloa, a good many of the number will be North Texan men But not all of the brave get cita- tion...

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

#* ) THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1942 PAGE THREE r jn en Successful Child With Evaluation Workshop Ends of Term's Work Discuss-Participate-Evaluate Motto Of NT Project Directed by Bonney With the close of the first se- mester of lummcr school Wednes- day at North Texas came the close of one of the most successful pro- jects ever attempted by the NT education faculty—the Child De- velopment Workshop. The Workshop, under the direc- tion of Dr. Merle Bonney of the Conference Emphasised A major phase of the program was individual and group confer- ences. In all, 460 individual con- ferences were held; 126 with the Workshop staff; ll'i with the ml lege faculty members, 117 with demonstration school teachers, and 105 with off-the-campus persons discussion and participation part of the "discuaa—participate -evalu- ate" Workshop policy to give an NT education faculty, closed the su«h «• visiting speakers, parents, other students, church leaders, and Denton hitch school ...

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

page four THE TAMPl rf < HAT. UENTON. TEXAK, FHI1 AY. JULY 17. 1942 Enthusiastic Audience Questions Reddy; Finds Hero Short on Talk, Long on Action HP Ctatfc Up A mother Murk Mark tor Amu Sociology Student Studied Japanese Social Conditions from B-25 Bomber B> HARM KU.\ BKOWM When « soi'loloffy itudent de- u> see what f*ml conditom* in Japan are like, it'* time for the Nippotit-ae to Matter eapeeially if the vi- ?..r im * former NTHT«' read the question* a* they hroufffct forward. remarked that Reddy «*m d t be IB the "Sighted * ib. Mnk name" eta short on word* hut long on Among the firm <ju*<itioa student whit makes his observation* : was, "How did you *et le K« on from a B-iiS bomber General Uoollttie'* mission ?" Bed The obwrvar wu Lieut Ken- dy answered thai th men were fc'ii Hfhly. who, when he aw a allowed to volunteer for "a dan- irioup of oil tank* in Tokyo that genius job" tail that there were interested him. blew thern high more volunteer* than nwW be tak en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 July 1942

Ill vt* O II the uii- i in tu- Participate in Next Week's Program The Campus Chat MMHMHNMNMI Cooperation Will Beat Inflation MMMMiNMNMHHM SIXTEENTH YEAH NUMBER 7 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEAC HERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. JULY 24. IMS Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 NT Psychologists To Get Certificates Holders Qualified To Conduct Work In Counseling with School Children A Certificate of Guidance, qual- ifying the holder to conduct work in guidance and counseling with children from pre-school through high-school age, will be offered beginning this semester to stu- dents completing at least 30 hours of psychology courses. Dr. Merl Bonney of the education depart- ment announced this week. Students who wish to qualify* for the certificate may count the hours in psychology taken up to the present toward the 30-hour requirement, and should consult the 1942-43 college catalog for other education courses related to the fields of guidance and coun- seling work offered, Dr. Bonney stated. . New Courses Offered D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 July 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 24. 1942 UR USI c fsH )logy Sti 11 Condit \H\H\ HKOV Aifttfv wtai ■■ m mm Um ancwl rt, llifcp, it' timt |iM-atu>r opt • former Lake* hi* ohM | hom tier r m Lieu riM), when ht in Tofc blew the at rloai it, he mM hiMib'i wti HHki>' IrrfMM IM P co-pilot m e*pedi«i«.n Jal returrie'l |y to HHMit old «f n*w in jmrk «U 'ri-shmy thll he Amerimi | of the onnell e*i r lion. UtwMy ofp hr not my, ' jomwr tad< prexident i I will t Ikt* I lw*« I | Mid in ink* "He toah • Kent to *an pit route " 1 th;it the '(<!* lie ra if I wh< pen they f were (toll going to 4 |\U,.. didn't on Talk |M flier apt before hi lee write q to the plat 8 «. M |m«nt depi pi i line, v should b« |7 p m Wei k rt.., 107. T« 11 AW MS * 1124 Building HO MA Mi Building t 108 OIIV1H Re*, ph I Jackson I ptOW El.I, ROWil hkan Buildi RAY. Jl lidding, 8. jr*jr Re* ph IkkI rooms In man or |rom bu I 1*400 W |HW JND coin put mm 'i#t Mr article* ret Friabjr |-i K\ I. i ft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 July 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1948 PAGE THREE Home Ec. Department Workers Keeping Saw and Hammer Busy Renovation Program Will Include Repairs in the Senior Laboratory And Unit Kitchen This Summer The laboratory includes four large units, each capable of servic- ing 6-6 girls. These are different in an<l arrant ' : .«• the rxinting window, wall, and dooi spacer may be used to the great- est advantage. Improvement Meets Need A revamped room is never per- fect or ideal as a working room, Dr. Scoular stated, but she be* Workmen are busy with saw and good arrangement and equipment. hammer in the college home eco- The new plans are to give the nomics department and many student a working setup similar , ..... change* will be taking place to that of the newer high school the improvements will help throughout Mm summer in equip- j laboratories, in th< <• "V" department to serve tl ment, material, and arrangement. Hegior Lab Krm..dried "f l,h* "P** according to Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 July 1942

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 July 1942

SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 7 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. JULY 81, 1942 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Summer Recreation School Here Sheet Metal Three State Officials Speak at Assembly Provides Lab for Training Directors o^Augu^tTo Launching NT Anti-Inflation Prog OPA Head Says College ram Program Gets Wide Recognition; Many Departments Participate The North Texan State Touchers College summer recreation pro- i?rnm, which has received wide recognition throughout the state and nation, is serving as a laboratory for the training of students in N'TSTC's unique School for Recreation Leaders. The school, which began on the campus this summer, is organised to prepare men and women to direct recreational programs sponsored by counties, cities, schools, churches, and service organizations. Offers Leadership Training __ A 12-hour credit course, the school offers leadership training through a panel program. The teaching staff includes members of the college faculty from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 July 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1942 Campus Is Early Battlefield In Civilian War on Inflation Without uniforms and without the blare of martini music, North Tex- as State ha.- gone nto battle this week, a battle against inflation and ris- ing cost* of living. At the suggestion of Or. R. L. Con rod in the assembly which touched off the engagement againrt economic defeat, North Texan* have mentally "sworn themselves in. In this fight, which has only begun with the strate- gy mapped out during the past week, there have been no "draft dodgers," no "conscientious objector*," for the home front battle line is one which calls out the fighting spirit of every citiaen. Information Is Fighting Equipment Soldiers in this battle are not armed with abstract weapons. Theirs are tangible erms, furnished by commanding officers experienced in the war- fare of economics. One of these officers, Bob Lawrence, state director of the coiwuaaers division, OPA, hande<fout some v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 July 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, pkxton, texas. friday, july 31, 1942 pa<;k three ( Uncle Sam Wants More College V-Men, Eighth Corps Area Meeting Emphasizes North Texas Sends Representatives To Help Coordinate Government Call I College men can serve Uncle Sam by completing their education. Army. Navy. Marine, and Coast Guard programs may be presented to collegians on their own campus next year by a joint procurement committee representing all branches of the service. The government would like to obtain in colleges through- out the nation 178,000 officer candidates each vear for a period of five or six years. Colleges can serve Uncle Sam by giving their students a background of the American philosophy of life, bv "show- ing them what they are fighting for. High Lighta Reported • From a conference in Dallas last! ftn_ Friday of «r «. I, „d LgTS" SFlUZT: ~ VIII Corps Area college educators, these high lights were reported hy North Texas State Teachers a total of 215,000 college men, Major William G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 July 1942

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1942 Jitterbug Joe Is Out of Picture; College Becomes Training Front Unstinted Sacrifice Will Win War, Says Ballard in Significant Talk -V, v . By MARTHA WILLIAMSON Th* Jrx CrfhffO of frat parties, iilterbugfiaf. and letter-sweater* i. bowing to a Jo* College of purpm* and firm determination. who la leaking forward to being an officer for lacle Sam, Dr. E. (J. Mallard told ■tadcnta ill effert, W«dm day. In one of tba most significant lectures on p rice control and ration- n* this week, tba English instructor painted for hi* students a fMA picture of the war problems feeing teachers and the American "Bec, of tha nature of the ! "with taaes and greater buying of I government farm da, or else thorn who have sueh huge surpluses of moncy wfll fare* the prices of th* faw unratified goods beyond the reaches of the raai of the people "Wt of this generation," Dr Ballard concluded, "must forget our desires for professional or private ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 August 1942

m The Campus Chat .SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 8 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. AUGUST7. 1948 Z780 TKLEPHONE 1242 Spanish Group Plans Study Trip to Mexico North Texans Will Eat Mexican Food, Pick Up Native Slang on Trip South "liable Vd. Espanoi?" Do y.iu speak Spanish? If *o. hurt1'* your chance to pend u delightful 16 days in Mexi- co studying the custom!*, dress, and food of the people, and at the same time receive three hour* of college credit for foreign language work. Under the direction of Miss Virginia Calloway, a clans of Spanish-speaking students will leave Denton by bus August 20 for points south. In Mexico they hope to gain a practical rather than a classroom knowledge of the Spanish language. They will do this by conversing with the native people in their tongue. Mexico City Headquarters Headquarters will be in the "Paris of the New World"—Mex- ico City. H'gh on the great central plateau of Mexico, hemmed in by snow-capped mountain ranges, Mexico City offe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 August 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS THAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. AL'GCST 7. 1S42 Edftatiow Artist Who Drew for Disney Will Draft for Uncle Sam % Na0«-, W«l«i CK#t ldBer4*-CiM< l Thump**, the rabttft in Walt Disney's newest full-length. "8 mbi," to fee rmkmma thi* fail, i« going to he a wow Milton Martm <«ff*r« hi* wwd for it, and he ought to know, for foe helped make "Hambi." Remember the ethereal froet-fairie# in the Nutcracker Suite in "Fan- tasiar* Marti* helped draw th'«e. toe A graduate art major. h '« oack on the campus this ► to leerr- drafting, v> t h a t when the draft yet* him he'll be aMe to render in a measure the name mrvtem for Unci* Sam that he used to render for Disr *y Fver wonder about the "voices" behind an- imated diaracter*? Mar'in has met them Cliff Kd- ward# who talked for Jiminy Cricket, the woman who doee ClarabeJ Cow, and the man who sputter* and fume* for Donald Duck. It'* Kaakr Said Two yearn atro Martin went, u, Hollywood and got a job with the Disney studio, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 August 1942

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1942 PAGE THREE i (k Mclntire Students Honor Late Instructor With Memorial Concert Wednesday Night GuA.ne*it Mary Nell Biggerstaff Weds Lt. Johnson; Pupils Bass, Powell, Other On Program Participant* in the John Mcln- t re memorial recital will include i ariyle Ban*. Marshall senior, who will play Mclntire's arrangement f Bach'# chorale "Come Sweet Death," which, though originally u choral work, has been transcribed far almost every instrument. ('aula Powell, senior from U'ieh- •a Falls, will present "Symphony V. Toccata" by Widor, who was rganist at St. Sulpice in Paris for >>5 years, and who is well- known for organ compositions. David Witt To Play I (avid Witt, a Texarkana senior, , scheduled to play Bach's "Fugue in F Minor," which is an example f Bach's mastery of the poly- phonic style of composition. Margaret F o a t er, Marshall uniwr. will play the chorale pre- ; j.le "Oh Sacred Head," also by Bach "Oh Sacred Head" is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 August 1942

<■ PAGE POUR THK CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1942 Only Children, Girls, Smarties Most Popular Grade Schoolers Results of Bonney's Two-Year Study Are Published in Child Development < upation* which are more directly | miniatraiive, particularly to the young, th. halplesa, and the distressed." wltahr atw—ert that toys In th> art of knowing "how to* Other choice situations in th* ran he aa weil socialised a* girls, win friend# and irvflucc peo individual school* included maV ; hut it may mean that there should l ie," the only child, the intelligent in* sketches of friend* in the art he «,i e difference* in the social . h Id and th. feminine of the up** classes, voting for daa* officer*, iaing program, particularly in re In Many Fields Tha recent commissioning of sev- _ _ „ en North Tana* State Teathers definitely take the lead. and c hailing partner* for field spect to allowing mtre leeway for < ollege faculty member", in the I'har t he story told by iU tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1942

The Campus Chat SIXTEENTH YEAH NUMBER 9 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. AUGUST IS. 1942 E Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Nine Enlistment Plans ^Ja0ti"n0ld Thomas Is Principal Speaker; Available to NT Men ♦ V-Enlistees Do Full Duty, Knox Declares! Offering college men the double j opportunity of aervto# their eoun- j try and continuing with their edu-] cation, nine officer-training pro- j grama are now available to «tu- j dents of North Texas State. Each | ■nan who qualifies and is accepted ! is> enlisted in a branch of the serv- ; ice on an inactive or deferred basis. * "Men in these programs may i feel assured that they are doing the job their country wants them j Mo do and are performing their: full duty in the war effort," Seere- ' ♦ary of the Navy Knox stresses. Must Train Leaders Since the successful prosecution j of the war involves long-time plan- i ning arid qualified leadership, the j nation has taken a new interest j in training young men who can ! .-nder a grea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1942 ■ptf North TexasOffers Trainlrtq For Officers and Workers The Joe College who enroll* at North Texas in September will not be primarily out to make a frat or have a good time. He will have the privilege of training for leadership in Uncle Snm'a war program. With- out draft-dodging, he will have nine voluntary enlistment piafll tflNNP frum. NT's 1D42-43 co-eds will find every course in the industrial art* depart- ment open to them They'll learn \ital defense trades in nutrition, met- al work, radio, woodwork, and draft- ing, and they will have a chance to earn certificates in first aid or ci- vilian defense. On the North Texas campus they will be offered member- ship in the only teachers college unit of the Women's Defence Corps. In a time when trained woman- power as well ati fighting manpower 1* at a premium, when individual contribution to a gigantic national ef- fort in demanded of every citizen, high school gradu...

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