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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 October 1942

I walking wears leather but not tire rubber! The Campus Chat let's all get hep to the scrap drive - * « * * «*# #* ### # #### j twenty-sixth year NUMBER 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 16. 1942 Z7S TELEPHONE 1242 All Male Students Hear Joint Board Wednesday Three O'Clock Classes Will Dismiss For Men Meeting Board in Auditorium College authorities this week are urging North Texas toys to to prepared with nucstionH to a«l. the College Pro- curement Committee Wednesday, when the five-man board will explain to future servicemen the operations of the vari- ous service branches. - ■ The presentation of the men, re- presenting the Joint Army-Navy- Roberf Lee BobbiH Stover Given Flying Cross By U.S. Navy Lt. B. Terrill Stover, 1 939 grad- ' uate of the Teacher* College, has j been listed among the 27 Army, j Navy and Marine heroes to whom Admiral Chester W. Nimits presen- j t«d awards at Guadalcanal Island ; in the Solomons two weeks ago. Lt. Stover Tuesday was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 October 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, KKIDAY, OCTOBER 1«, 1M2 The Campus Chat MMariti Oflm flkllilMd *«4i «*/ Us* N-.Ict>* Ma' AfU 1* r II—;■ t>«r bf Utr HMhfit* «lwn ClBqi* Kntaratf a* Itl* • th# ik ( oflfcrt it «f KM IT im mm PIWBW QSNS <:i«tf(fi Awi-iaU Rdit. r t w. burnam frwiw— ttaiifli J v«fi K« «rtir* KrflMI J'i ii f M M -' * M*h M* Mara* Mu Aii ik« «gflf ||Ll§p —4Sp - -- JmMi E.,,. i „ -JPM** .I .VMMn MMor ..... . .... Waff 1'lK.I'lfItpkat T , «*M Owl, Ann. Calhaaa. m>. (itMrte Anriraaa Ana* Kiara«ha>ai«. Jmn *J1 w ("aid <• all. Naur,.- > IIk.1I Jamra t-l l k Frtnrnttt,. lint Karri- Jan Iralna. i>a<<4 >fW !...<*? iimai., Kay IKfeffti*, M«rrt*, "•*' ' « J mn O Una*. K.«.a ■ . fell H|W| II|I, Ctirwiin* < atha.r- "'r. l'Hi «U J. Hall. Jr MaMar „f Too latam.llngi.ia ftmm AawKtatlon Mamfcar of Aaaariatad <:<,lk.gtata i >.« RuimwM t> NtliMMl A4*«rl)ain« Imln, Inc. 1941 Mf b i 1942 PbiockJed gae&tdo Press Oh iwilaga Yaar Man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 October 1942

——— THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1942 PAGE THREE List of Prospective Fraternity Members Hits Total of Fifty-two Total for Last Year Reached Sixty; Falcon Pledges are Largest 0roup - i prospective member* of the six fratvrnitiw of the campus reached total of this week, as corn- ered to a total of 60 last year. T!.. Falcons, with 12 pledge*, have ■r,. largest number. Last year the pi phi Pis topped the list with 18 ii.vilfee, while the Falcons had only seven. Falcon pledges are David John- n, Atlanta; Noah Carter, At. ,:1i.ra: W. F. Statser, Paducah; j ,rre t Richards, lionham; Hubert i illoway, Vernon; Lloyd Bass, M<'Kinney; Eugene Spencer, Ar- uyle, Jim Brooks, Bagwell; Lewis mm, Bowie; Bill Hull, Whites- .1 W. Harston, Grapevine; ,,ntl W L Button, Denton. ' Sine pledges were accepted by •«,• Beta Alpha Rho Beta Fra- gility They are Bill Hightower, Uiington; Bill Bragg, Texarkana; l.'ubert Caldwell, Denton; Morris H.'iifi'o, Dawson; Bill Snider, Mc- Kifiney...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 October 1942

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1942 Win Column, Drub Camp Hood 47 Basketeers Begin Soon, Says Russell Returning Letterman Boost Eagles' Chance For Conference Title Brilliant Eagle Offense Led by Gieb, Shoemaker Russellmen Score at Will in Fray, Score Seven Counters, Convert Five By KKITH TYK Saturday afternoon in th«* Eagle Stadium under a broil- inff nun. 2,000 farm watch wl the North Texan Eagle* chalk up their flrnt victory in the 1942 nea-Hon, ax RufMeU'rt smooth- BuildinK h« hopes tm four re-j running boy* scored at will In every stanza, racking the turning i«turm«a «f the 1MI 42| Tank-HusterH of ( amp Hood 47 to ZERO, i«Mketb*il tram. < oach Lloyd Rus- sell announced that work-out* hava . slrtmiy t*ru..i and will be in full I Darrvrrlc • .'.* by the rod of football a«a I— OV_* l\6COlOS Make Picking with llu<t j Plenty Hard u a..i# ...a c«.aL<> i * Nparki'l by a brilliant offtnae l*d by Joe (Bab ami Harold Shoe- maker, th - Fatties had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 October 1942

Chalk Up Another Grid Victory, Eagles The Campus Chat Big Pep Rally Next Thursday TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. OCTOBER 23, MMS V.V.\ TELEPHONE 1242 Vivid Story of Solomons, Fires, Battles, Bravery Told by Vet Leo Randies (Approved by U. S. Navy) Bringing a dramatic story of the Solomons sea battle to the campus of his alma mater, 20-year-old Navy veteran Leo Randies has been telling North Texas State collegians some exciting American history which isn't yet in the his- tory books. A survivor of the "Astoria," recently lost in action at Guadalcanal Randies tells an exciting tale of fire at sea, heavy gun battle, and plenty of Yankee bravery, although he has to stop his recital at intervals to observe military restric- ' Mill*. * Faculty N ames 8 Men, 12 Women for Who's Who E.©. Ballard Commissioned In U.S. Navy Dr. E. G. Ballard, assistant pro. lessor in the Teachers College English department, has received the citomission of lieutenant tj.g.) ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 October 1942

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1942 The Campus Chat HilWitl Oftr« Mm—I Arts iv> T«to kMw> 1MB •JM Taekm CaUm* ff wmhlt duru( tlx ruika* rmr W thm iladmif al Uw North Tnu auu Tw> r, "i >"*• Enwrml u •MMUl-ciwa «>tu> : «• n.b«t t l l« at Um ml nfln «t Dwtor T«m, nntf#r Um Mt tf Mir'h I. JITS. "HARM* DAHERUN Editor OM#?. < t.ABM A Kdttar C. W nUANAM lt«*lMS« Man««tr n. itufr Kin... ImT wwummmv. ... -m K«ih •— uu>* 9mm- .... rtluwMi: (.rmkta. K«Mi In, Om* Claifc. Ann# Calluss. MWHM: .. fturMr MHn - .Ipn MM !.« Ma J.' AUm QHnm A«4ww< Ann* tlmknh. inn ' v.nttom c5*HB M . j....™ Km«. F b««1u,. J«.k jhrri*. Jm, ImIm, liarui |«JM t.wfcm*!,, Kay Martin Jaanna M'.rria. MuibnttM !"*• H'.rwtffc. J'«n olirim, K>tr« lO^i fen fDrxtfna W>illaa . flHMHP* >•«* Md J. I Hail. Jr. ■Mkct <.f T«*aa Ir1-i"<.ii«* .u Praaa Aaao-latim Mmbar of Auurlatari C'nli«(tat« frxaa Hmt—m|IM hv N««k.n«l A<iv.rt ln* fWr«ira. Im. !Wl Mcwtorr 1942 ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 October 1942

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1U42 Four Clubs Introduce Pledges At Annual Presentation Dance PAGE THREE 42 Take Pledge Oaths ' In Campus Sororities; Kappas Lead With 15 j Pledge* of the four Teacher* • • 'liege sororities will be intro- iced Ht the intersoriSrity dance lie held in the recreation build. .it Saturday night at o'clock. The oath of pledgeship win ad- ministered to 42 prospective mem- i Monday night at the re*pec- ^V/+IIRL Council Sponsors Big-Little Sister Adoption Ceremony Hi. guys! , , . Want a ait in <*i my musing"? . . . Shoulda' seen the array of wom- en at th' Interfrat dance tut Sat ve sorority hou*e«, ac compared ur,',y • • • At least they agreed ... All over the place were *car- let frock* and white coat* . . . A candlelight processional open- ed the big-little sister adoption ceremony Wednesday night at the main auditorium at 7:HO p.m. Myra Jo Preston of Arlington played "Follow the (ileam" on the and Betty June Timblin, The 13 Phoreff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 October 1942

PAGE FOUR THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TE XAJb. FRIDAY, OCTOBKK 23, 1942 Eagles Engage Sam Houston Bearkats In Conference Opener at Huntsville * ♦ ■1 1 ""1— Denton Eleven Out After Fourth Victory Over Kats 8/ Keith Tye 1 Frogs on Top In Southwest Loop Scramble TCU, Baylor, Texas Take Saturday's Tilts In Week's Standings H> mki.VIN fCWMttflt Th«- Southwest Conference foot ball race again hcrimc a scramble for berth* Saturday an Teaas (. hmtian Univcrmty. Hay lor, an«l Texas U. cimti out of the fray in th<> win column. The Horned Fro** from Fort Worth. Texan utood on the top dork after to(>piin«r th« "nc;- mighty Aggie* 7-2. Com in* from lathind in the third quarter, the Purple eleven scored the only touchdown of the game when cen- ter, Jim Woodfin, bobbed up to In tercept a pass on the Aggie 24 yard line, which three play* later tad to a Texan Christian marker Steers Hit Stride Johnson Visits Campus; To Be Married Saturday Ivan Johnson, a graduate of tile Teacher* <«lleg« ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 October 1942

Kick-off Whistle Blows at Two P.M. Today; Be There To Help the Eagles Win this Game Get A Bobcat! The Campus Chat Get A Bobcat! TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR Changes Made In Refunding Student Fees Men Leaving College To Enter Armed Forces Are Affected by Rules Slight changes in the rules for refunding fees to students entering the service were an- nounced this week by the of- fice of President W. J. McConnell. Any student of 1(142-43 who withdraws on or before November 21 in the first semester or April 1 in the second semester and im- mediately enters some branch of the active armed forces of the United States or one of her allied nations, may have his state and student activities fees refunded t«/ him in full. However, no college credit may be earned by those who withdraw prior to these dates. Credit Accordingly Any student who withdraws af- ter these dates to enter the active armed forces will be given credit on his courses according to his standing in these classes on the day of withdrawal b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 October 1942

PAGE TWO the campus chat. denton, texas. friday, october 30, 1942 The Campus Chat IMatW OMem 114* MumJ Arta its PttUiaM br it" Twlwn frmt •«*! 4mtam tka /•ar *y tlx te4eeU at Um Sunk T«i« JteU Tasch*n bllait Cntar«4 M miir tta-mifear « I U. t tlx e t uflhx *1 Dmton. Tum u«4«r six iwl of Marrfc I, I ft* (HARLEM DAMIXON IMHiw <;KN*. CUARK Awlali Editor C. W DURHAM MM Haaasw m --.T Ktoww Kw«„ MUrtfca Wll)i nrn«>' Kwth Tw (.Hilar You&i , ... Mm imn lattof Mlb Rparti UIlM Tm ■ miw (.'♦Imntrti i V rn«Ji* < «n*bW. K 1U !>#. q«m Clftffc. Am* Cmlhoun K4n* Jo A!l«t Gloria An.lraw* Ann* Jmn Brtnni n VirginM ( Mtilnt KIlMt, J mm** Kpp wrvfbt ftf*Mn V+tu*t |if.. J *-h Marri*. J*n ir n«. KlfcriMh f«rfc{nin. Kay lUvlln i«ann« Mrvrrto. Mur, ■ M':! I* n *! * In#* Nrvrwieli Joan Nafy* Ruth K* Cfertfttift* William* < • fK^r in* Vof®ig> Vir* n* Vmtt mn4 J V H*JI. it. M mfc#r of T«m lnUF".)J«vlAU Prww Aaa.--i.tkin Hmtntxrr of A«fri«t«1 t*U Fr*«l ttepraMfitol br National A-1 v<rr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 October 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1942 PAGE THREE Eagles Clash with Strong San Marcos Eleven This Afternoon Sam Houston §Hips Eagles § • In Gridiron Thriller, 21-20 !*T Lo"! *" f h-mpio«hiP 1 /nnf-nrt I — tr i s*i s~4 e* L/nmr\W i. #-% # Zl The Sam Houston Bearkats -cored a thrilling 21 to 20 victory over the luckless Eagles front North Texan Saturday at their home-coming ome in Huntsville, which wax the initial Loae Star Conference opener. The Raffled held a 20 to 7 lead over the Bearkats ut the -ml of the third <|uarter and it locked a* if the crippled Eagles were on the road to recovery but the Bearkatu '•►me back strong in the final stanza, scoring two touchdowns and adding the vital extra points to win their first victory over the Eagles in three yearn. McCain Starts Fireworks Fred McCain, versatile back of the Eagle* squad, started the fire- works early in the first quarter j v hen he pulled a quarter-back stieak and sprinted 75 yards straight through the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 October 1942

s PAGE FOUK THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER SO. 1942 New Sorority Pledges Introduced By Intersorority President, Paxton ls Announced * ' Announcement *u ma«; Senior Mary Ardens Fete Junior Group +4IRL Prospective Members Wear Pastel Shades, Carry Small Bouquets iv/-.l C 1 f ft Agakm a nwMin ><il|romd With ounday \~ortee of *iiv«r edged with black ' aaetlefe, 41 nMm amrHy pMfM Honoring their junior club, th# ware introduce] bv Virginia I'#* Senior M*ry Arden* will entertain ton, Kl Puo, president of * ith a coffee Sunday morning at the Intersomnty Council, at the the Mary Arilen lodge. Intersorority lance in the recraa- Membcr of the receiving Ufa tion building Saturday rnght. will include Hdn Mm- Bullock, Wearing pa hie I evening dreeae* Fort Worth; Hilda Hayn« , Ath- and carrying colonial bouquet* tied .(to; Elisabeth Scull, Sherman; with ribbons corresponding in •'•d spoiwors, Dean Edith L. Clark colora with tiieir dreaaa*, the ted Mr*. Maury 8. Wesson pledge...

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

r Down the Kangaroos The Campus Chat How About More Scrap? TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NUMBERT NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 6. IMS Z78 TELEPHONE 1242 * - World Culture Frontier Extends From Alaska to Chile-- Erskine Playi 'ers Work On Rehearsals Of Production Play To Be Staged At College Auditorium For December 10-11 Working toward their produc- tion date* Decernlier 10 and 11, members of the "Ladies in Re- tirement" east are meeting three times weekly for concentrated re hearsals. Mrs. Myrtle Hardy, director of the College Players presentation, has announced one change in cast, with Elnora Westmoreland, senior from Elysian Fields, taking the part of Louisa With Miss West- moreland's addition to the cast, the play personnel acquires its first veteran of the college stage. Miss Westmoreland appeared last year in the production "Night Must Fall." One other member of the cast, Betty Ann Vanhoove of Electra, who takes the part of Elien Creed, has appeared in a one-a...

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

PAGE TWO An EdHorial THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON*, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER *i. 1^42 i f Current Trends Indicate Possibility Of Revival of the SATC in Colleges Despite the streamlining of college cur- ricula. there is ii trend afloat now that gives un indirution that American college* will revive the SATC Stuilent* Army Training Corp* of the Itit Woild War TTi top layer of brain* in American education is working on new plans for higher education to follow. The big men. standing above the crowd and seeing the over-all aitui.tion, are readi- ly recognizing the problem that present < itmM to th« nation. They can sec col- Iege* and universities are running more or less against the *tone wall in trying to accelerate, rearrange, revise, and re- model to take up slack as potential eol- ttsg.' gradfi march off to war. Tht IB- and 15*-year-o!d problem rears two ugly heads. First, the army needs the teen-ager* badly. Second, the colleges need the name group almost as badly, else edu- cation for...

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

• I THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER ti, 1942 PAGE THREE Sfu^So>ufU^—Eagle Warbirds Clip San Marcos Bobcats IO-6 f strong San Marcos eleven 10 to 6 and retaining their hope* fur a •hare of the conference pie. It wa* • tfixxj train)' and the Kaglei* de- nerved their victory, which wax Th ree Teams The which and Football proverbial limb, out Sportscripture cHmlied on so in LSC Loop Attention Is Centered On Lion-Bobcat Battle On San Marcos Field ll> DAVID I.KM IS Lone Star Conference enthux- ia*t will probably witness the MM crucial conteat of the season when the league-leading Kant Tex an* journey to San Marcos thin Friday Necking to strengthen their hold on first place and gain this _ | battle. If th(y do not win this, iti* t tht*ir Waterloo. t*tu.*ounU*r, they tuu^t hi4 (pfotiwl pltty*, Brit tic limit, ere: Texas Christian, Army, counted out of the hectic battl« CMt si'Wr> °1K',U'I ,h«' evening ' with a short pass that was inter- cepted by Homer Hall, Eagle ...

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1942 HE ■ r 80-Piece Symphony Orchestra Presents All-American Program 'Grand Canyon Suite Included In Symphony's First Concert j Climaxed Fer-Je Graft * cob-rful "(irarid C*ny<<n Suite," an *i: American preenim will be presented by the North T« i ftote Teorher* < dlege HU-piece Symphony flrehestr* Sun.(ay afternoon at 4 o'clock it the rulltf* atkin auditorium Coder U « dinrtiM of Kloyd i rmkMtn. the NTST' Syapkonj will j.-eaent work* by thro- rnedere American funp- (H, lloaard Hi Wayne Barlow, and (inf«- Opening th. program m Han trim" th* flrat a# ftv picture* oI Mm* Grand 1 -anyow ration "Sur.rise" «uirge*t* h* 4aarn «f a nnr 'lay follow «i iry "Pointed Desert,' which displays ta tone ll>r iniWrrihaWa rolor ef feet* the canyon Th* Himti of the Huite come* in th* third part of th. torn petition, "On the Trail" J," tha 'k'. th am ivar- Or pftony So fnantte" Symphony, (otRpMtd for th* fiftit rury >*f th* (h/...

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

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAH NUMBER 8 The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATU TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 18. 1942 v.r.\ TELEPHONE 1242 Lion Meat on Menu Tomorrow; Eagles Are Hungry I By KEITH TYE While you are glancing over the Campus Chat and wondering how in the name of common sense you are going to get to Commerce for the big game, you probably km. w that North Texas Is weil on the way to her fourth straight Lone Star Conference crown. The Eagles have only to beat East Texas to tie for the 1042 title. If San Marcos knock* off Sam Houston, then the Eagle* have only to beat East Texas to gain the undisputed title. There are certain events which set up North Texas to thin shoe- string chance of winning the title after her luckless early season start. The eventa are listed as follows: 1. The Eagles polished off the favored San Marrow team 10-6 to start the ball rolling. 2. East Texas avenged the Ea- gles' 21-20 loss to Sam Hous- ton by racking the Hearkatx 32-0 3. East Texas and San Ma...

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

PAGE TWO TM5 CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IS. 1942 The Campus Chat IWwtoH 1141 ■mimJ Arte ir r«MWM bi Uw Coilasa Fhh klj Imuu Uw celsnc* r«r by Uh iMmi tn« Stat* Taft, b«rt Ct rwSlteftMNl f Um Mamk Taaaa flat* Ta ,ban (oltaaa EnlaraS *a «aai«d la w atatiaa Pkibmi I. ill* at ika iwai ■■(Baa at I an ton. Tom a*S*r tha tri ut M«rch S. !•?* CMAB1.BM KAMr.ttON ■ ApHt ' LAMM Iff! pPpelaia NIIM C Ht'KNAM Vabt«tr Hi M Nawi Uitor telKi Mi tar l|i—te RiMar Kaaluf Komi Itaw y' T;:v „ Martha WHHania Aartfc Tr IHPE'' Tifta" —« MUw>. *«. « talaaMWi v«- •>( KtMb Tf «•*• Clese. A*o« C«nxniH mmmm Mna i. Aim ai<>rta A 4r«*i Arm lli r., Jm & ***, V,r*ir.,a I aMoali MauM Xlih.tl. J«m.a M| l-'-i r I, Ja.-k Harru Jan lr*lna. lu«M I ••• « nan, Kli Martin. J«*R>ia M r Musrut : m N rwifi Juan Otlrl*r>, K (y, I. Kr# Maww . t ktialtn* William* t atr-r H .'■ f, W vETT" !•««, *m 4 O Hall. J? MwNhet erf Taaaa («t r '.!la*tal« I'raaa AMnalaiton !^3 lllimtei <s# h sti- fatr...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1942 PAGE THREE Christmas Holidays for North Texas Stand as Scheduled, Dec. 22 to Jan. 6 Organist McConnell Attends Executive Meeting Kelly Says Longer Vacation Implies Education Trivial Dr. W. J. McConnell. president North Texas State's Christmas holidays stand as sched- of the college. 'leaves ftunfejTto vWi from December 22 to January 6, as word came to the attend a meeting of the executive college this week from Fred J. Kelly, chief of the division of committee of the American Aim higher education. U. S. Office of Education. < iation of Teachers Colleges in Kelly write to 1,700 college and university president.- concerning Greenville, Fla. the transportation question, "It seems clear that to lengthen the va- The executive committee, meet- cation period is not the way to solve the problem. That would imply in« jointly with the committee of that education is not important as a part i2f the war effort. For col- standards, will...

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1M2 Geezles Will Have Annual Dance Friday Honoring Eagles Following NT-ET Game Aces To Add Mood Music It's Zoot Suits and Brown Gowns For Co-eds at Commerce Fray Gals Will Dress To Kill-Lions fll RL MM For All-College Informal H<4ioring the smooth clicking. rugged Eagle football team, which forewent dates, dances, cokes, and lute hour* to get that way, the Geexle fraternity will open up with an ml ",llen> .port dance Friday a scandal doesn't night with Floyd Graham'* Aces of Collegeland giving out Mm, IfJ throw my- m*.od music. M,lf in tV briar patch . . . Just .Scheduled lo take plaee in the men's gymnasium tri*n 9 until 12,; kn«t that there is something brew- the (feesle dan re in art annual affair following the Cmameme IbMim I jOfl't ijjjj "L " " * !*!-«■ Jlauu.MinAtAWM / . tki. kait Wo ■>.. t.in. atllbil /.<lt tfiiuaull'a Classes Exhibit Talent Galore ■•S*S At Stunt Night S ^/hL Pi Phis Honor Club Sponsor...

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