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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1942

i ' ' <' • wijSml "i*1 Iiij '$, ■ IJ f 1. * V ":' •it'' - ■ THE CAMPUS (.'HAT, DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16. 1942 PAGE THREE Record Phases of North Texas' Defense Participation *^%r y~ £• rr%* 'Jt- mm'-i *. US •«. jsra f' •" V' b *,v ' / CONTACT! and another North Tanas CFT student takes to the air. Civilian Pilot Training, which trains students tor the United j States Air Forces, is one of the most outstanding and most popu- lar war programs on the campus. FIRST-AID INSTRUCTORS give future soldiers, sailors, and civilian defense workers practical experience in American Red Cross classes, which have added many students sinoo Pearl Har bor. The college offers three divisions of courses in first aid: a non credit course open to all students; an advanced credit course, qualifying students as teachers; and an instructors course for professional workers. PIN STRATEGY OF WAR is ex- plained by historian Dr. J. L. Kingsbury, demonstrating how the history department keeps daily chec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1942

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, OENfON. TEXAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 15, 1942 Addition of Three Eminent Newcomers Puts Strong Music Staff in Prospect Dr. Hewitt, Foremost Musicologist, Taylor, and Scionti Join Faculty NTBTC principle of music instrue tion by individual and supervised the t«ff i* Dr Helen Hewitt, who has ^en called the "foremost 'nan musicologist In the United W^m todfty." Dr. Hewitt re- reived fellowship* for three years of study m Kurope. two yearn in study at the University of Heidel- Dr. B.A. from Vaaaar Hewitt receied the B.A I Symphony of Beethoven, per- A milestone in the progress of formed with both the Dallas and [the muste department'* "llvinif Houston Symphony Orchestra* quarters" was U « completion last Scheduled for Sunday la the proa- year of the new f 111,000 music entaUon of Verdi's Requiem, out hall, to supplement facilities of The .strongest music faculty in the history of the muak "Ending musical event of the the orcheatra hall and the various i . . ~ , iaao...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1942 PAGE FIVE Curtain Calls, Lights, Fans, and Flowers— That's Capers, Reminisces NT Performer Braley, Back Home To Rest, Says Summer Tour Was Fun I Bv MARTHA WILLIAMSON < Curtain calls, bright light*, hug< b- iquets of flower* from fans, rushes between shows for snacking and shopping, last minute make-up ri pairs, warning signal* with a polite "You're on, kids " These are nil a part of the daily routine of the theatre—the part of the theatre that five NTSTC students and 95 other college stu- dent* of Texas knew when they toured tne state with the dhow College Caper*, from June 15 un- i til it* close in Port Worth August 4 Dorothy Ann Braley of Denton was back home this week to rest after the long summer of trouping as a member of the "Three Little I Sisters" number, one of the hit act# of the collegiate show. Other North Texas contributions to the rust were Charlie Baker of Honey Grove, Mynell Allen of Dallas, j Peggy Lore...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1942

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 15, 1942 August 14,1918( Brenholtz' Big Day; World War Two Repeats Occasion Back in World War I, August 14, 1918, w - big da> in tb* iife of ivkiitr Br> nhultz, for on that day he received order* to report to Officer* Training, Field Artillery, Camp Za chary Taylor, Louisville. Ky He came oat of training a* a womi lieu- tenant. Now in World ,'iar il in An- gu*t 14, lyu, 24 year* later t« the day. Dr. Harold Brenholt*, prof*s*or of education at the North 1< *:- Stat* 1 •••« ner* Coikgc, r«.| ceived noim- ing returned to the campus afttf# —' ***+«■:><->4* >—• World War I to take a ?*< he-1 . iT, •—< , y. lor'* i'lgri- and laUr completing /V / J hldming I IQCfS work or hn master a at and hi doctora at *n i n (_hallenae All hoes mm 0f california A 'era granted a comr tenant in the Dr. Up nh'.lt* ia a mtmUr of in Cwimmino the Notional Education Associa- ,n ****** lion. Am. ikan Association «f Uni The Fla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

The Campus Chat Aw; WTY-S1XTH YKAR NUMBER 1 NORTH TEXAS STATE TKACHKRS COLLKCB. DENTON. TEXAS, 8EPTEMHKR 25, 1942 Z73U TELEPHONE 1242 Returning Students Find R. L. Thomas Numerous Campus Changes Gives Speech Innovations Include New Absence Rules, Additional Courses When student* of North Texas State Teacher* College returned to the Denton campus Sept. 16 and It! for registration, they found that unprecedented change# had taken place since they packed up their notebooks and went home last May 28. (lean's Lint Juniors, seniors, and graduates with "B" averages found them- selves eligible for the "dean's list," and unrfer a newly instituted ays- tern of class absences will receive no cut penalties. Underclassmen, and advanced students with aver- ages below a "B," are not eligible, however, and will find penalties on the docket for their class absences. New Reserve Program Men Bt idents were interested in an additional enlisted reserve pro- gram, offering college men an op- portunity to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

PAGE TWO THF CAMPUS CHAT, DSNTON, TE XAH, FRIDAY, HEPTEMBCft 26, 1942 The Campus Chat „ , -r - _ — — \ / 9 d 1 -T P o tomorrow may mk KMi lai k NUMwl l (to r« - h.r. ft* By (MA HI,EH DA ME RON I'uU ibtlatoM) wm&Ii the uf Uw Mvrtfc TriM si*,, MtUl 1 uwlm. t.w umfcn >- Ml kf *K •Iu4MiU TMu-hor* i t < ■ t «nW t. : «, l th# IMMH um mi i.i hank j. im In *> ( iiaki.k,- dattf.aC'n IMK : WKHt < I.ark * Atmn-ltta Mil. i C. t* runnam Huttnw Mum" n« au NtrtlM WtlllMM kmu> Tm Lillian Vmnii < iwrho Ami. N<m MH«r ■ocMf JMttor Staff flM«- nwlMrr (•IkmhhII : K«Mk TJW, Ur*r Claffc. Ann* Cillww Mepertere « lr..! W lk f Malntit r i«clto. K« Martin, Jmi, ttnn ne*. Km Mwtwtn, Memtwr irf Tnm* lnUrrull<*i«l I'raaa >—njlrttan A l '<*l f:<,ll «l l I'rws k NtttiMial A,)«*f1bi,i« SmvIm, tar 1941 Member 1942 Pusocioffd Gote&cio Prew Hvtrntripthm R«>~, by Mail On* C-. !!•*<• Ya I1M Friday, September 26, \W£ BucJu and Slte&pAJtiHA, Planking down $H6 and going to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

15^7 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TE XAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1942 PAGE THREE < J < 1 4 Active Rush Week Planned / North Texas Fraternities Icons Open Series A si Pre-Pledge Affairs An" With Smoker, Dance North Texa* State fraternities will lua the c—I'm •I've dur- ing the third week of thin semen- ter with their rush activities. Ttie Falcon function, on Sept. 2#, will upen rush week, and the Beta* will close the activities with their function October 3, The Falcon function will be a smoker at the house followed )>y an informal sports dance at the Woman's Club, while the Talon frat nu-n will hold a smoker and banquet at the Eagle Cafe Tues- day night. Speaker* for the Talon affair will be Charles Dameron, MeCamey. president, Dr. J. B. Me- Bryde, sponsor, and Donald Mc- Donald. alumnus member. Geez'e boys will have a buffet supper and smoker Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, and the Eagle Cafe will be the scene of the Pi Phi banquet Thursday night at K o'clock. This function will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DEN'TON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1942 Pictorial Layout Shows College Summer Studies, Happenin WW v • 4 ' ; "COLLEGE who toured show. CAPERS OF '42" included pretty Poqqy Lorenien, the state during the summer with th« Interstate CALLED TO THE COLORS during the past summer were nine college professors who dropped the title of teachers to be- come officers in Uncie Sam s armed forces. Pictured at left is W i ; m G. Woods, former assistant dean of men, now a first lieutenant in the Army Air Corps stationed at Randolph *• « WOMEN TAKE THE SPOT- LIGHT—In the upper picture M« |orie Gembreii of Troup. left and LaVerne Wharton of Leonard are making detailed pattern developing. Wielding a man sized power riveter, fclla M«e Smith of Decatur works on a vent hood in the lower pic- ture. In summer industrial arts daises, girls dominated work shop-, with men student, taking to the background. Instructors found that co-eds excelled in drawing and developing patterns ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

# •" i Second Section The Campus Chat THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1912 Second Section PAGE FIVE Amusement Merry-Go-Round 'Orchestra Wives/ New Pic at Texas, Features Glenn Miller and His Band Calling Dr. Gillespie Instead of Killdare For Tuesday Billing J V By Vernelle Grable BAND FANS . . . will see their dreams come true, Sunday and Monday at the Texas, when they turn out for "Orchestra Wives," \ the movie Glenn Miller and his boys gave up a vacation to make. Half of the film is the story of Miller and his band, and the other half is music played by the band. Their . theme song, "Moonlight Serenade," ' furnishes background for the movie from start to finish. Three new songs, "Kalamazoo," "Sere- nude in Blue," and "At Last," got their start on the Hit Parade as a result of introduction in the pix. Mvlodv-Maker Movie Not the least on the affirmative side of this melody-maker is the really outstanding cast offered. Glenn Miller, George Montgomery, I Ann Ruth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

PAGE SIX THE CAMPUS CHAT DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1942 mm m Summertime Finds College Teachers Visiting Vacation Spots of Nation mf S Mrs. Dahnke Named Mary Hardin-Baylor Dean of Women HELTON. Sept .-Mn C A ! D • h a k *. W«t*h ch>e. ha* been . named dean of woman at Mary Hardin Baylor Collage for I942- 43. eerording to an announcement made tki* weak toy Preaident Got- ion 0. 8i gtetr>n Far the peat two years, Mr* Dahnke ha* baen ho t m of K. K Burt hall at Mary Hardin-Baylor Cottage. Prior to her <oroing to Briton, Mr Dfthnk* nerved an MMlWt hoitMM at North T«wa Stat* Teacher* (,'ntieg*. Denton While 15rir.it in Waxahachie he *M a ieader in ntxrial and chrte activiUe*. and bef . re her marriagB *he taught in Fort Worth. Greenville, and Commerce. She la a former Modem of Trinity Unireraity and of Southwest Tetaa State Teach- BM /"\%I[am wav Memberi of Faculty Go South to Mexico And North to Canada North Texas faculty memberi took idvifitAft of their vtcsiimi time...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1942 PAGE SEVEN Cobb Gets College Men in Condition, gp&U £cUfdu>ie Obstacles, Calisthenics in Program T Training Parallels That of Naval School Attended by Cobb If World War II should ever put soldier* from North Texas State in a tight spot, they will be able to writfgle out in a few sec- onds flat, thanks to Fred Cobb. Cobb, men's physical fitness di- rector of the college, attended the Naval Pre-Flight School in Geor- gia this summer and came back to the Iienton campus to work out, TEXAS Sundav • Monday ORCHESTRA WIVES With Glenn Miller and Ann Rutherford Tuesday • Wednesday CALLING DR. GILLESPIE With Lionel Barrytnore and Philip Dorn Thur.-Fri.-Sat. SOMEWHERE I'LL FIND YOU With Clark Gable and Lana Turner P ALACE Sunday - Monday SERGEANT YORK With (Jary Cooper Tuesday • Wednesday SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE VOICE OF TERROR With Kasil Rathbone Thursday BIG SHOT With Humphrey Bogart and Irene Manning Friday—Saturday BEYOND SI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 September 1942

PAGE EIGHT College Awards Degrees To Intersession Grads ■ ' 1 I THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. .->EPTEMBEJt 36, 1942 McConnell To Be Present At Score Inauguration ijj, ^ jf MaiMiAl 33 Given Diplomat After Completion Of Three-Week Term #r, M*:. ne[ IJowttr M gan Natlie K -ith foStfR, Mar. J • WilHaai Gay. M 's^r U-e tirogan, Arlington Kin • • aheth Kak, OwW; Adall Han- mm teil* fiaefcaw; w e. Otatay. Helen Juaepbiae Hoi Hpl It Now lOTQCM Coliag* owtory, fci atuiW-.ta wet* !oww*. I-eke iJallas; grar t«i th Swi • aad U Fun. U the master* dagrea. No form*. MSMMtM AIM ff Wi tbeag* it to ties.y planne-i for um fcaten to partinipla fM I ■it graduation attifli|JK — | Our Soft Wool Feft Stitched All Over I Leather*. Trxarkana, Fl**y4Mli; Thornton; 1 * Plenum, PefeaMNM tin Rwfrrj. Pa-luca*. Juanita Hay karat Short. CMmeoth#; Ue Mae Stewart, Justin: tonal i* Stem, MwBotban. Myrtle R«th «Wl- Tay'wr. Lo«frtwa. ftten '■rtin WaN«i, Item**!, and Math Leater Williams, Col "STITCHEE" •ill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 October 1942

r | i « FOUR ZOOT SUITS MAKE FIVE VICTORY SUITS! The Campus Chat WE'RE BACKING YOU AT ABILENE. EAGLES! TWENTY-SIXTH YEAH NUMBER 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLL EliE, DENTON, TEXAS. OCTOBER 2. 1942 Z7S0 TELEPHONE 1242 Two A Cappella Choirs Are Formed; Extensive Musical Program Planned Eagle Marching Band * Now Admits Co-Eds; Girl Fleeing Pursuer Ain't Being Pursued; They're Only Twins First Time in History North Texas State's ever-ex- panding music department an- nounced plans this week for an extensive musical program during the 1042-43 school year, A Cappella To lie Divided Among outstanding change* an- nounced was the acceptance of 84 voices for the well-known North Texas State Teachers College A Cappella Choir, the group to be divided into two complete choirs, both directed by l>r. Wilfred C. Bain, college music head. Kach choir will appear on alternate weekly broadcast* from the college studios to a state-wide radio audi- ence. Marching Hand This year for the first time gir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 October 1942

I PAGE TWO The Campus Chat 1941 Mmfer 1942 Pfcuocioted Golefide Press Friday. 2. 1942 Ifoutk'l tle+ute^uawi Straight from Washington come* the information that back* up rumors we've been hearing: It won't be km* no* for the 18- and 19-year-old boy*. War Man- yr C1M fw v. Neftutt h*s laM down clearly the student'* part in winning the war. The path of service fork*: Ail able-bodied male? ar bound for duty in the armed forces. All other#, men and co-eds, must be trained to carry the ball on the home front. McNeil, in a recant speech at Purdue. flK "The college* and universities are charg- ed with increasing the number of tech- nicians upon whom both industry and the armed forces depend. The colleges and universities, by insuring a continual sup- p y of technically trained men and women, can insure the continual increase of our strength for victory and for peace." A^d according to Secretary of War Stimsoft, the armed forces are already running short of manpower and new re- cruits must b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 October 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. (H TO HER 2. 11H2 PAGE THREE Frafcs Entertain Rushees With Smokers, Banquets ■ Beta Events Close Week-Long Schedule Of Social Affairs Sr. Marys Honor Fall Rushee Group Short Bob, Bare Legs 'Not Quite Nice' In World War I Days "In reverse of Mi* vie- ■ lory bub ami bar* leg* for wilk jeeeeenwMee, the girl* of 19l7*lfc Smokers, xtag banquets, and in- . - _ wh° **** h " formal dances highlighted frater- With Aft©mOOfl 160 . " "tu,Vf. n'C4"' a. , nity rush week. which began Mon- ™ " | g r wore black -tockmg.,' d.y night at North Texas Stat* Senior Mary Arden member* en- cc,,rdll, to J 41*'1 of Th,- Falcon house was the scene '.ruined their rushee, with u tea *+.<**> of the first rush function of the Tuesday afternoon from 4:30 until « '*? ' week, where the fraternity enter- split skirts tamed pr«Mf«t,ve member* with Eartmam£ of the «M> into fll,hl0„ now wm. Jllst a smoker followed by an inform. , . / £ ' I«>pulur in th,,,, day. as clot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 October 1942

PAGE POUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FK11MY. october 2 1S42 Eagles Journey to Abilene for Cowboy Tilt,—— Bruises and Sore Muscles Day's Work in PE Program ■> MKLVIM PVMMiLM) #h-~ iT! fn'ZX' Kingsbury Sponsors ■ . v espaa4ad tiillagx physical rfcf Relations Club; : m" few baa and brute- - x a I m it •« kr ^rth it * Program Plan Made — far ii mumm mi Jtpe j start* M# have been training j Dr J. L Kingsbury was electee long time awl if wit #:xp«ct j apmaer of the International Re ■H' wMfc MM* la pfcpallftl j Ititoni f lub at a meet lag Monday. Ilpm it'* Usm m lamijfcpt at. W A Dvmir ni etoet- iraning." !«d president. Mary F ranees Har on , art— A re I'm ' rfcs, viee pressde st; and Vrmtwm . ' Pieree, secretary. J™ ' * 1 ! ^*n* for the y *r include bunk outs, «>"«t noy* WWWWWWI wet reviews, faculty a«d outaide «pe*k tn- -e ** pier ty of fun to be barf ___ _ ,, ' -. ■ A, ht * ^ - w.ikm* iviIm ter*> ,fMn f rum P"r'M| dU **P«*g Wfnw, g f , <nliJii(WML gp,... how before loca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 October 1942

First Home Game Tomorrow The Campus Chat Any Metal Makes Scrap T\\ KNTV SIXTH VKAK NUMBER 3 Nation Asks Fraternities For Revision Of Activities McConnell Okays Plea For War-Time Changes Of Club Pledgeships President W. J. McConnell this w««k passed on to the student body of North Texas State his approval of a nation-wide appeal to fratei -! nities. applicable also to sororities and clubs, for the drastic revision ot irroup activities to bring them into line with serious world con- ditions. The appeal was made through the bulletin of the Association of American Colleges, in which George Starr Lasher, publicity chairman of the National Inter- fraternity Conference, outlined tb recent report of the Conference War Committee. McConnell Kxpresaea Approval President McConnell empha sized his belief that both students j and sponsors throughout the na- j tion would give hearty approval I to the statements and stressed ; that he has observed many organ- j isat ions on the NTSTC campus ; alrea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 October 1942

I 1 1 PAGE TWO The Campus Chat Mmmm m MM Ms*mi «• tar ■B ■ ■ C lll I'l"" ft *T ** l •** uk.- . j a ( IIAR1JS# feAtfKttUN (LAftK t# KrfiW C lUIIMAM INwiMW ■ «« Hi MM eftmara mmow u.tfck w.chm) MM t MHw T«s*wr Vff ••><( 4 I> Mail. if <n yf T« In'. r>. U«v «l* Cf«« * •• ! '->f> *♦ art •. 4>>Ur*M Cno b* MMimuil h'U-*n m§ Hart** Jr.* mi M<«brr 1442 Pbsoeicjk'd Gafe&cfe Preis Ittm. fAeli*«r«wl b* Hiatal cetfttow Taw Friday, (Jetobar 1 ? 4l! "7/te THK CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1SM2 rSt «mm W iSf *' *• ■Mew « r WH Mt r. Mttor MaX eV*«an l ' V. nM> Kwtfc 1y - '*•• Owfc. ««• fMMO WiUfliri IMpf, fWfflB IU> M*m* J«*n Ilran fc*« - uahm, 0M A#«4rwir* J«* ■*«>*"- Was*! M fU You Say down two or thm« tenia for your homf town newspaper an a matter of habit, expecting ft to briny you the latest ittforma.-un from all over the world and never give a thought to how im|K.rt- ant t his pre#* is to you or your family You never stop to think how...

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

Prospective Pledges Are Dazzled By Sorority Rush Entertainment Rush Week Nears End the home of#- With Dances Slated THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1948 PA( F. THREE Tonight and Saturday H> KVA SIMI'SON Coffees, buffet#, ami dunces, gtv- i n in glamorous wettings, Uazxled 1respective pledges on the Teach- er* ( 'ullage campus thin week as ihe various sororities entertained their fall rushees Hush week, which t**gun October I is Hearing a gala climax with the Kappa Kappa Kappa and Kaghlir dances scheduled for Friday and Saturday night respectively. Rush week high lights included he Phoreff buffet supper Wednes- day night at the sorority house. \t that time, in the warmth < f a fall -letting. new rushees were in- troduced. A clever feature of the supper wafe. the presentation of favors. Prom behind a bank of fall leaves and roses, a small irirl, dressed as a grey bunny, capered forward to present each member with a mock carrot which opened to reveal a fortune....

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1942 Back From HSU Defeat, Eagles Gun for Camp Hood Saturday Dope Buckets Set For SWC Competition Om MM of the IMt w«*t Cmferenc* football race wlil b completed thi* week-end nth m<'*t of (he pre-season ic me tie- hind With the exception of a few more "breath* re, He Southwest •rill Wsrin tkeir IMS Miwn. * Tkia Saturday afternoon will l*n<i tfe-t- Oklahoma Sooner* in Dal Ian to meet the Tea** Longhorn* In the Cotton Bowl to stage the annual Texas Oklahoma battle f.act year th. T< xan« downed the So"ner 40-7 and there la reason t« believe that the fete will again he iiccomfdlehed. The Baylor Bear* will travel to F.iyetteviile, Ark,, to take on the Uaanrbaeks for the •w<.a<l South- wcat conference tilt of the 'wk Last year the Bear* trounced the boy* from the Oxark* 20-7. In New Orleans thi* Saturday afternoon the Ricc eleven is to try the Tulane contingent. Tulaite will go into the trame looking for a victory...

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