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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1927

\ VOLUME XII NURTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEX \S, SATURDAY. OCTOBER St. I *7 NUMBER 5 CONCERT TO BE FIRST NUMBER OF ART SERIES (/ ft ^VOHLI) FAMOUS BROTHERS TO GIVE PROGRAM AT 8 P. M. OCTOBER 27 AUDITORIUM IN COLLEGE The world famous Charnaivsky bro- thers, Leo. Jan, and Michel will ap- pear in concert Thursday evening, October 27, at 8 o'clock in the Col- lege auditorium. This is the first of a aeries of fine arts numbers that will be ftiven during the fall term. Leo Charnaivsky, violinist, began his study of the violin under his father at the age of six. Within six months he made his first public appearance and met with outstanding success. Be continued his study for two years and then went on his first tour with his brother, Jan. Later he went to Vienna where he devoted another year to hard study Since that time he has traveled in five continents and is recognized everywhere as an artist. The intimate feeling for music of Jan Chernaivsky, pianist, showed it- self a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1927

I I t 1' If p ifi I <**• L mmrn I H & IS lli rtn r hi: mi urn Th. >6Ctri The* im %m MB |I f.ifi ■ of the - who I: Ml HAD IMitlir { th id* Kit >IMt 'houlrf not of vmUtkjt th# of rofTMi 4m not ii.ii • MMvicdUi Marta fcHiig Bftf tif Spirit that, ee IW« Mr*'. Unit*, Here low u tltwvti OmM M Mariari* Ungate. fttm tnilliM *«'J ■ Jw. ftafcfh. Klvlu hit in We l/f u*t kiM* urteey which we have President Marquis remind everal chapel ft semhina WKMHKK TUftft IVIt.W'UI.H.IU( PMMK AJNIOC1A HON •*r*i iMtl I. D UaM t of U « N-,rth Tesae wtnn Gelleee HALL, Jr rvimr and Trt«er efcr WE HAVE A CHANCE "Opportunity" w * wortl th*' and orators are very fond of and one whM'h w ordinary people usually think of it) rethar abstract fashion Sometimes ' is worth white to brinsr these wonderful funding word* and idea* down to <nrth and deal with them in cold and hard figures We do not often stop to consider what opportunities we are having 1 much ten* what they art- worth to us W Nonif •e* U*. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1927

delicti* «nk out 'peetiv* umply in this Pitchae hout « without much ort of aining, Mtion, SLIME SNIGGERS BY Mattis Lou Mi llendokk uw is. on# | I back •van m of 4 day. more m in- nable" oy of rning, arc cause the "Oh, hallo!" The tired Freshman revives a bit, as "he turn* to apeak to the girl at har side. ' "Hello!" "Hear me, aren't you tirad? I am. So many hilla to climb I've got blis- ter* on my heels. They're awful when you're not used to them mean." "Ye«, they are." 'And I just can't go any place with Chatter About T. C. H. S. |. Bv lum ED wards ] DEBATERS MEET T.C.U. THIS YEAR "Sea" Program (liven In Chapel An interesting "sea" program was the feature at the T. C. Junior High Port Worth, Texas, October 22 - Texas Christian University debaters will meet the debaters of North.Texas .State Teacher? College a* one of School a—wnbly held Tuesday at II twelve intercollegiate debates during o'clock in the Observation room, vergrwy Gray was in charge Christine Matthew Stl the coming sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1927

if ■SI hi < •ft. * c I ■ $ I f if': 8 1 t * : 4 I S< )CIKTY -CLUBS < bubal oil has picnic AT HIGHLAND I' VNK * - ■ i L«M CHOOSE DER\TFRS FOR TRY OCT I The IrfW? Ewarary wrKy h M a ! short taMnea® -teaaion on last Friday v nj r Oetebees 14. at 7 -."clock in The debater-* «*r« eheaati tor tha ryeuts. wMek are to 1st h«id soon and the fallowing! ctauwIiUM appom*- „.. «<dr Program, V.mmei Yant, Rennutb The Man- Afltm <d*h tb* Hunt, mm! Joe O .Nw^i: mmim*, Gard- ^ yatr'a p«*f p *^h a bwft*' ! *rt>* ner Kir by. Aiken Corry, and fj A. couple of ' Ik* Mi Monday evening. Oett.U-r r^v^j >,*tstatu «, Crban Henne*. ttf the I?, ft"** wvtc forgatte* along with Hugh M s«er*, an-1 Marvin Brml unimportant feature n# „haw, member ■K.p. Orii Ratley, Mm,'- MARY ARDEMR MAV* BI NVO party momoay mmtm park w a gay Thursday evening | r a hour* when fl-Hf ffjJlliMl I . -'« tarftutlI v afctittnad to this •* ^#il ' t"™ -.—1 millft Ufa. end an enjoyaMe tin* was >r s, and Emory Smith; and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1927

irqgft tad I*1* l« ct 542 EVIL SPIRIT BELIEF CAUSES COLLEGE HOPES TO OBTAIN C OLLECTION LATEST AND BEST 444 RUIN OF INDIAN CURiOS OUTLAWS AND HARD CASES •bout this life ami the next and es- pecially about Swedenborf and hi* conception of Heaven and Hell. Both of thim were able to derive from the I Swedish soar much that was good and : beautiful. Mix• Keller's book is not po.try but thi-re are parage* in it that are 1 nem to pMUy *"> prime can ever Charles J. Finger, who h. a,|d tht,'sU>ry bhe has to toll i« « 0. > and tted SNTI8T I Kes 1121 ►WELL An Indian on the Oklahoma Res-^meet* them. They are delighted ervation never ha# a doctor come to when a white man speak;* to them, tee him, Dr. J. L. Kingsbury of the ^ ^ ()f hum(,r i# xtnking history department said, .« apeak.ng, ^ a,nlwy t0 our ^ of hi* visit to the Kiowa, Comanche,, (,eptjon of the indian_ he hlu „ vivi(i and Apache tribes during his summer j >cnM. of hunw Th#y «riH laugh vacation. The sick go to m* the doc-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1927

I ' 1,000 COPIES OF THE "YUCCA" MUST BE SOLD mmnnnmp \ 0000+0++% PERSONA ES At The Churches by oha r' • 1. nir All the Collet* hi ndwg youn* v p * itwnt ng ril- Be ml was I 81)4. • visitor in Qa (irivtlttN; of atl Mtrvfa* hold lit the venous churches each Sunday evening. Th«- following program* will be had next Sunday Church of Chrttl C. G. Ynr(>rough, Jr. is in charge # the proftrstn that begin* at 8:S< i o'clock Short talk* will be mad.- by I Alpha Berry, Memo- Max wall, Mattie th« guest of her B«n Cuningham, and Randall Wat- ,r th*r week-end- kin*. The scripture reading will be 41 van by Mise Vara Covey. and th* «>ng service will b« in charge of Richard Taliaferro. firs' Ht>ptut CkmreiI Mim Vala Fullingim is director of th«• senior divi Ion of th* HYP V., which meet* at #: 15 o'clock The B. V. P. U.' will be orgamxed, and reports of th* B. 8, U. convention will be made. fi'irnt Methodist Church Miss Pa ye Nabours will bc> in <harge of tlie opening «*ereises of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1927

V I Cj \ mtm VOLTME XII NORTH TEXAS STAYS TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. I'KX VS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER «. I IT Nl MBHR 6 WORLD FAMOUS ' BROTHERS HAVE LARGE AUDIENCE flr Vldl.lN, PIANO, AMI CKUA CON- CERT GIVER BV CHERNIAVSkY MUSICIANS TO AUDIENCE OK • SOMK 2.500 PKRsONS Yucca E d it or Ls" 4 . r A convert given by the world ;|famou# Chernaivsky brother*. Leo. Jan, and tftschel, featured the* faU of a series. f fine art# nwiwrj to be prMenhrd at the Cottage during the fall term. The program given in the audi , torium to an audience of some 2.5(H) people, included five main divisions. The first group number was a trio for pianoforte, violin, and violineello, (Op. 66) by Mendelsshon, played by the three brother*. The second division was made 'jp of violincellv. solos and was given by Mischel Cher- j naiv ky. The third was a group of j pianoforte numbers presented by Jan, and the fourth was a violin solo by Leo. The concluding number was given by the brothers in concert and consisted of a serie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1927

—— We do not know w' t rocommenda I that college* and universities tfl|| on* the forwnt wfli have te make. paying their players, bat ®* have it m believe that rnt W> or evarr j Heard some star football player* te i w r ...ild we!! letni m n* rd to how they got through school fcy ju.it /"v;1.. JL_ th is the habit of thinking vigor- j football alone It healthy thought* Pejwhotegist* j * a«cret how haa always get • LONG THE WAY it* Duncan Robinson tin I <•11 us that there is a gaod deal ' money to :>ay the players and tow TT7T7IT" getting ready to run for d'fiw or MNKMklMl campus mmst IHMMuhI hf ■** Slu4 nU at Ik* North To*l State Tmte*#m OmOmr* DkMh tn cuupu. 'hat Katrmi a* Sowed CIm* Hail Mtttri at tk* pMUirtir. at Drauwt, T«xa gWMtWr . Mttfc Chat. Ow Ywat MM STAFF Margarai 3mtImi C*rawa6. i K. (fat) Harmon, ■rac* Onuior ...Wiior.ti.-Chl tt Awwcun* E<tiuw Spvrt* Ka.iui h*<b*H8« Editor .... Faatiirr KdKor 8iww Editor far Wmmd. itatement of the Bih*« : "As a man thinkt *...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1927

1 itfSIMMI " w MvtTIS L U If tfcosa loyally suffer through this eolyuin will in.in e cloaely (other- wise it will nwur be suapeeted). they will w that iht gg -rs that nieli tun this wtuKly fffori made conspicu- ous (another new word we have learned, don't know what it mm) mainly by their absence. j fault CKIDDLK SOCIETY HAS INITIATION MtWK CANDIDATES ADMITTED INTO HISTORICAL SOCIETY AFTER GHOSTS APPEAR BRIEF NEWS The Spirits of the Si* Great Era* t riddle Historical .Society last Mon- < riddle Histories*! Society Uut Mon- day evening at the initiation of the new member*. The meeting was held 'Taint our! i„ the Museum, where the candidates The Fish have quit making for memberahip. after being given blunders Soasattwei we are t on- j s„ u of honor in the tront of the room strain d to batteva 'hat the fifth! w«M confronted by the ghoat of the r;ire getting wiser. But when we look: eran of exploration, of filibustering, at the vartoufc unite of the class, we of colonisation, of revol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1927

ill I CALIFORNIA IS RESORT OF . STUDENT GIVES • !- • • ' i VIVID The piers reaetnMe * hug* carr.i- 1 I with th fcp . j . I room*, snou>. ck trie a) contrt ti its, and club ho«jfk J with th -i- boUrooms, sno«>. eiu it i Everything mt can powrifcljf he a BEAUTY AND PLEASURE • • DESCRIPTION mum of ami twnt ha* been ; laced hen? in rwac1. if the bench loving j people Along P ach Thrilling "My most thrii'mg amennue set,.- Latest vivid imprewion of Cali-.day hotels an- built in «*e*Wance of rh* night ride I look .M* th. U-aU. ^ w imv - w - - - • ^ ** *1 rode for it.u nu.ruUnf wtel - JL, j..;—■ . forrtia t* that it ia cm* hug* play them 0m of thews U th* Glenwood ground, equipped with everything j MU.ion Inn. It i* • very eaclnaive l*w*l that can be connived of by human place, being the pleasure resort .magi nation tor pleasure and amu*e- hotel of social prefttig* and ment," ataUid Dorothy Jaan Rohyn in 1 It is built in the form of an old „ pan- describing her trip to the Golden Gate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1927

-r-^7 > 1 11 B | I I I* II k i | T 1 SPORT OCKS G/~ GOSH la I EAGLES TAKE ON CATS IBASKET sue \i> r AT SAN MARCOS TODAY , SHAPED UP BY f#### • ###*.<, ■+*-4 NIGHTLY LABOR I Chatter About T. C. H. S. By iMmt h wmw ttaro Uplli on their proj w students to fi cirdi In A. S. Mr Th «re u time when a 88 to 0 Iota would make Goah fecti kinda bunt That u«w wa* last Friday afternoon Hut tin milk wa. spilled when Shorty Airhart fumbled a fumble. That helped tact it, and sometime* you just can not atop a wildcat, Any- way. an Eagle that in performing to the height of imperfection can't do it. -OCKS— Last winter after taking their fourth iickiiiK in basketball the A. C. C. Wildcats walked down to the Gm House from the Harriss Gym, Goeh walked with them, and rij; it then that very night heard the aemencc passed on the foutball squad that wus < \ 'ciHe.l last Friday. And those (a;,. di.Jn't fail to give their perfect execution. —OCKS— Along with the McMurry Indians, the A. C C. Wildcat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1927

It H EKI:i$. 111 f" 1MARYS TO MEET DEAN OF WOMEN SENIORS PICNIC (J- ® heab SOCIETY-CLUBS |l ON NOVEMBER 7 B ENTEKTAINED AT "BLUE HOLE"! SOPHOMORES HAVE PICNIC CELf. 8RATIOAN KX-8TUDENT /OE HICK8 MARRIES MISS Kl'BY DIXON Joe S Hick* who racaivtd hit hachelor's degrw from this College mnjonng in chemistry IImbm* of Doctoi3 ; zz. nber 8. H« is bow research; *nd * •*"*** , -..I- ORIGINAL PRODUCTIONS PRESENTED TO PEN-A- LINE At the regular meeting of the Sine* there are five Monday, in T* ««rU of J* 11 Afl,a^*"" October. and tht Mary Anton Clafc house entertained Mini Edith L. Clark ha. only two nm*m «mk mm*.**** tw" , K„ i n-n.l.r .k. Ai i October to. W hi ii the regula. meetin* of the *** Clark arriv * she wm greeted by bt- held on Moi\da> evening, Nuv- Mrs. Anderson and th« irirl# and wan A-Line Club, which was held at fee Collet Club House Tuesday evening tor the Hecker-H-0 Company of Buffalo, New York Hicks haa just been roamed to Miss Ruby Dixon, who is studying in tha Universit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1927

r i THE VOLUMK XII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS CQLLBOI, DENTOY TEXAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER V 1*17 NUMBER 7 SUYD HUSSAIN TO SPEAK AT TUESDAY ASSEMBLY AND WEST WILL Debate l oach ! 1 MeCONNELI. STATES THAT HUSSAIN HAS ANALYZED ORIENTAL PROBLEMS KEENLY ' AMD INTELLECTUALLY Suyd Husaain, eminent authority, on the pulitical. economic. and cul | tu'ul relations between the Kust and Went, will feature the third number of the fine art* serif in addressing the 1 faculty and student body in assembly, j Tuesday morning, November 8, at i 11 o'clock. Huh sain came to America In 1921 as an orator with an international repu tation. Before coming to America, he j was respectively associate editor and editor-in-chief of the "Bombay Chron- icle" and also the "Independent of Allahabad". His critic s assert that he is unquestionably the Orient'* most \ prominent and eloquent repreaen j tative in America. Hossain's leetures include "Cuttm , and Western Ideals", "The I'olii leal j Awakening of Asia", "The I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1927

—— MAI 3* Chfc. of D on 8 of B HI Rub Uafo in I C. I. thr Mr* your in D dinct thin shot Hiel Ua* CM FIR n Fon U>d| Aft regt was WOU Tuei in t T revi The Eloi Car P part of C •iun wen Pea Eloi > ll« Kirl Blai men Ne* Gwe Hoc aoac A in#- ELF "KL T> o'clt Ard ing that neai O repi like a a F sen cluk T "Th chiu btr i FOI COI * ua belt at I whi Par Sun the P thi* 1911 P* i K \ - I THE CAMPUS CHAT i well w ortfc whit* lor «,• to take oog- jiuxam-e of ail these fart* '"toad H ••k j Week is the time to do a little Inwati- J gating in tht* «al4 <rf tnudlecB res-elattct in order nd ami app eci«t< alt Liffenxi to Uf in thi day and turn through the literary and printing world. \* mUlliec I : i(i** I nil ihlt ii ^ ALONG THE WAY Bv UVKCAN Hi «SON mt ■ natiiaii k* ttoi l at Um NorU Tun lamd Clu* Mail tat baauw. . 101* 00a*. Om V<a . nor *«<*>«( Mataam raarlnr Corawati - L t >K t Uaniaon ton Craawr •aaai tmm t mmtun luiiuu lUtiot ft Vemm, MrVMUBiBrown. Sarah Brum. IktUM H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1927

Passing « on til « * thut •f «Kti . being ords thunder B smithy • though over my u«picioi>, I* all good old to an uS V tjae to M ,n[* |f CUES SLIME SNIGGERS By MATTIK LOU Mt.'IXKNOUHK Felli.w Fi«h, if you are enjoying independence of any sort, enjoy it in private. Above till thinirs.do not let an upper ellHMi see that you are having good time. The other day we saw a boy digginK in a garden, with «. lot of other student* stand log around. When we inquired a- bout the why and wherefore, we were told, n tone* that carried an unmis- takable warning, "Oh, h<* i a Pre h- man that got too fresh." Heaven deliver m from the tender mercies of any more upperchwsmcn! We've a Senior roommate. Latest A nd B§fl§ 1 s f ♦ tors ight VOl r I Itor ami ick inj: >k k)v tin « ok trill f Mr. MeUsenthin'w Education tieldom does or says anything that brand* it as a fish claim. If it did we wouldn't be in it. But "accident* will happen In the beat of regulated classes". Mon- day the discussion turned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1927

Chatter About T. C. H. S. By lion White#* Crf - Wri*fci £nd 'iii rtlat«d the Uu*i of "Cross- "Th. Tale of . Scientist" on Bleweu, and Fred W «®ld a "Story **** #« «*#* EX MA taa. r#i\ Chi of 1 '4(p ! § Rul Un <1*8 in C.l the Mr rot in 1 •in this •be Hit Un CO rii i Fo Loc Af" wo Tut in •3 rev Th< Elt Ca I pai of sia Pei Elt bal Kii BL m< lli G' M m tin aoc i in* EL "El 1 o'cl An ing tha rep like clu 1 "T1 cbe br FO CO I die I oi la* hel at wh Pai So the 1 *& thi |i set ent wa ete pit 3 br- -CHORUSES MEET JOINTLY The Senior aad Junior High School chorum net jointly Tuaa4ajr after- , noon «t 4 o'clock m fcai* with nMrty the chorus and other «*. ftfty etudwu prw**. ^ >«# which are held the sm* The mm song and teat books. —~ Three P.rt Music' wSK u«d ttnH CHORl8 MEETS cherniavskys tjl how BROTHERS PLAY /.\ MA\TW\TltlKS j — Brwiholt* made m. * • * * fh~r1-3=i!pe0ple react tc music ffivon bjr t_ erick Slugs b Harold BV OHACIi CaoslKft stale. Hut with the opening of the nw-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1927

BOBCATS (RUSH EAGLES BY BIG COUNT OCT. 5 ii J .GLES WIND Uf| I T l. \. A. SEASON H COMMERCE fiiv mistry textbook ( TO Its /A THIS ( 011'hGB BY is ST HI VVl'i >\ 11 to th MS the Eagle* go arid the folio' pretty fair m UobtH U'HlR ) until they m hall arid hack the goal line. n* g bu h foi d lUM't ■ the Km Muttt o] if %SE iL M THIRTY - HGIT TO NOTHING i S(OKK K1SULT Ol HEAVY PLlNClMfi HY VANCE—WOODS i AND KCMOLS SHINE FOI t. t". HOME Q*MB W imWIB rWEEN TWO CELI. AK L. p. floyd. j, have con-1 t future P1^ ugh the publi- ma thins* that :ext-booki have no the history of the JL good 1 iff*?: ■I rhefrus J"K«HT f (II {ORGANIZED u"tu "f *«<"<- UlilLi C OI I, Rated an a • Kagl«s. the Denton boy* | ■ own. Got the I I right aerow GENEVA %0* WILL ACT A8 i* time it took I'HEHIfM EVA HATCHKR make the ten HANAGKB interval ' Failu r-.rni I't.n- teamh GIVING rmwAi thank> High day AT trinity I' 1 the full four downs t yard it. hat they failed at I —-OCKS-- ' . , ! A skat w, club for the gir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1927

SOCIETY—CLUtlS BRIEF NEWS Tlmm first birthday tea H'-lfffV liCUVIX given at club hoiisf i j " hlis „ sophs listed for pictures I lilt given at club house The birthday tea honoring the girls wht>M birthday, f.iJ in September and October. h,ch wa rive,, in the College Club House at 6 So o'ri , < rrid*,, October 28, «M well atten d«d The hostess of the oeca-i n wa Gertrude Talbert, ;.r-«. t. - „( ,,, V W c. A. and she w., receivef the gu.-U by Mr Ouila Gentry, Myrtle Dallas. Wi||„. Ma* j ">n. . an.) Jennie.Mi.ud hattf;, The Hallowe'en motif wa, *tt,-|., tively carried out i, the derorsti,.,,- or the Club Hou*e Doughnuts and apple Her served; and a pl,a ,r,t so ,a) h„ W" "P*"1 Maying K.rti., classed a, ,c* breaker." and mixer" The Pond Near have initiation MNETEEN Ml Ill s , Rhl'HI s, \ TAriVES 1*1,1- Of,ED jSTO ( , , H haterday i vims,, 'ompletion Pond between t d Administrati v'" h( L acucj .irvfr /iit-M M l WHO HAVE NOT REPORTED AT SHAW 8TI DIO NO 2 M\Y \I.SO GO t>. D « L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1927

<*: 1 CHAT V VOLU ME XII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON I'EXAS. SAITRDA^ NOVLMUEK 12. 1M2V NUMBER • OBSERVATION OF GOOD BOOK WEEK TO BE HELD Sophomore President 13-19 ARE DATES FOR BOOK PROGRAMS BOOK EXHIBIT IN MARY ARDEN LODGE TUESDAY AND WED- N E S D A Y— DEMONSTRATES SCHOOL TO HAVE CHARGE OK TUESDAY ASSEMBLY DEAN CONFERS WITH HOUSE PRESIDENTS Ninth Annual Book Week will be observed in Denton and nil over the United States next week, November 13 to 19. The observation at the College will be concentrated into two days when exhibits and programs will Ik- held here on Tuesday and Wednes day, November lfi and 10. Nellie Griffiths, primary supervisor, and George Medders, professor of English, are in charge of the local book week observance. Every year a book exhibit is held in the Mary Arden Lodge some time during Book Week. This year the lodge will be open for everyone who wishes to come and browse nmong the books on the two days. The l>ook- will be on sale and will l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1927

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