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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 December 1942

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 18, 1942 PAGE THREE " i« The Campus Chat Annual Christmas Teas Presented by Societies Senior Club Fetes Junior Mary Ardens; i i 7 r IT 17. n. ■ , DJf3Pc;^fnws;ncW;« Houston Symphony Highlights Uelta rsi Isappa entertains Societies _ 1943 College Musical Events Marys Receive Gifts Holiday Season Marriages Saluted With Two Showers Shower* gtvwi Saturday in Den-♦- 1111 ton hailed the Christma.1 season -r-i i | f I weddings of Lttrline Olson of Port I h6Td IntOrfYIQl Arthur, who will marry Homer I) Smith of Tulsa, Okla., Dec. UpU 26; and Eloise Parke of Denton. rieia ▼▼eanesady who will marry Charles Hooper, . . , . a student of Baylor Medical C«.l At Women S CJUD lege, Dallas, Saturday. Billie Sanders and Mr*. Eugene Red and krecti streamers and Fowler honored Miss Olson at the a huge Christmas tree, adorned home of Mrs. Fowler with a mis- with a present for each guest, cellaneous shower. decorated the Woman's Club at the A modernistic arrangeme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 December 1942

PAGE POUR THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 18. 1 42 The Campus Chat LSC Will Continue Conference Sports in • meeting f the l*NM Star «x nf«r«fMV amariatian tort it r Baser H tel. eoaetoa *r «i atr.-'ie dirertora rotod to co< mtercoliegiate * porta in 194-V * long a* transportation i« available Conference official* pointed out that MUnwn trip* will tow u be um.ted. '.v mii f tto Amy aad Navy are sa-couragtog eotoaaa to e«*tt,r,ur tlwor athietw pr gr*ma, attompt* will to nwh to swore gasoltn* for 1/w Star toama to Will Adding sometli :r,g new fer USC* athiette c«mpttit;.m. tto aaaoca- C^int SMU Ponies Late Methodist Rally Brings Pony Victory^ Sneak Win from Eagles, 36-35 ft Sfi&U ScAiptune.- ly Kei+fc Tyo "1 South.™ Methodist University turne.s a *li w. uneventful txiskcthal! yam« into a thriliiriK claaak in Harri** Gym Tuea-write t *p«rt* column <la> (.itfht where they defeated the North Texas* State Kaglta i It toiag only a few day* until by staging a laxt minut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 January 1943

I < > xl r* i I he Campus Chat msrA*ymsnfig^i TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NUMBER 11 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 16, 1942 Z796 Music Department Approved For Graduate Music Study TELEPHONE 1242 # # ## Never Can Tell-' Petty's Drawings Circulate Plenty North Texas Is Only College in State To Receive Recognition From NASM Outstanding recognition was given the music depart- ment of the college during the recent holidays, when it re- ceived approval for graduate music study by the National Association of Schools of Music. The only accrediting agency for music schools recognized by the American Council of Education, the NASM spent six years in obser- vation and deliberation before naming the 32 colleges approved for graduate study in music, NTSTC being the only teachers college in the nation so recognized. It is also the only college in the state and the Southwest to receive the approval of the Association. , + Bases for approval included re- quirements for stude...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 January 1943

EDITORIALS • OPINIONS PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1943 REVIEWS • FEATURES The Campus Chat £dU%erVA . OAMR JU .Jtunuu An* ir Um T«wkan CiSaM P* ! #«i Um Mttan* tar >r um iMaii orf Um M«nk Vuw flat* Twmm C u« * I>iw>< m MUar t m I. lilt, u um im*< Dwioa, !naa Mill itt M Nufi t. Kit] l.HAfcl.U UAMIMO* IWw UKXB !.UU 4mh MM Satuw a w iuuw Him r.MM TTM ■«.« «•*« At-.ru. fjfcv.| Jfisi,., tn tuft , I f ClM*. * «• J«« IrviM MIMtm ..„• I«U Staff [<IIH>MI VWM.M <>nJkk*. Km* T «. ■■MWi Um* Jo Attm. OtMM AMim Asm HKnwbvcJ*. Kf. V-,. • C 4*«u M « UUaU. Jtri.M Sst- '« * '• I Jn.1 IrmiM, (m«m* Im u I...XUA :,■ «"•' til Martm. J«anr, Morris. M« Mw.Winlo«, lim N J** U U i«n. *«'. • ButS KM n, UtHUM WuiMi. CWJMf ll>« Vs ,gl VligMk I'M* MHt 4. o. Hail, It Moinr *f f«a IsMmoUagteU Praia MaraCw if twrmal O.^au Nattaaai A4?«rt«i*(i I 1941 Mmrtft 1942 Ptaocioled Cdle&dk! Press S«ha*rt*«tea Haua. Dalltwarf frf C«H*a VMt# - Friday, January 16...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 January 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. li 43 PAGE THREE ' I ' Talons Honor Fighting Alumni Saturday In 17th Annual Dinner-Dance at TSCW All-Girl Orchestra Play for Dance; Officers-Elect To Be Introduced* Honoring exea returning and those exes fighting on the world'* hattlefronta, the Talons fraternity will observe its 17th annual din- ner-dance Saturday evening at the TSCW College Club from 7 to IX. Highlighting the season's o-*-— cial activities, the Talons and dates J Uf will dance to the music of the all-1 ■ girl orchestra, the Serenaders. Principal speaker at the dinner will be Reed Gosney, Talon* preai- ident in 1935. The centerpiece of the tp.ble will be a fountain decked with flower*. The program will consist of the invocation by Dr. J. B. McBiyde, fraternity sponsor for the past Hi years; welcome by Charles Dam- eron, fall president; response by Ray Edwards, ex-student of the college and former Chat editor; ' the introduction of the officers for the spring semes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 January 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY IS, 1943 PAGE FOUR Russellmen Outscore 'Jackets, 53-50 In Wednesday Night Game at Brownwood Al Thuriday Pan>l Sp&lt ScAipiuA# Menefee Paces Eagles to Early Lead, Grabs 15 Points for Scoring Honors Coach Lloyd Eagle basketeera came through with a win Wedneaday night a* th< ,r<-<l th«- Yellowjackft eager* of Howard Payne College in Brown- wood, 53-50. The first of a two-game series, the Ktme *« opened with Eagle scoring, and the Jacket* were never able to chalk up a lead (Captain Hill Menefee, € ft, 2 in center of the Cattle.", I"J| I'd I h.- I'., to an early lead, Although the Den- the recent X-point victory of Kaat Texas over the Brownwood boys, 1Mb. The Campus Chat panel discussion on a vital war topic, "The Attainment of . Physical Fitness to Serve the < American Democracy," waa held Thursday evening in the college I library auditorium. | presented under the auspices of ' the college Professional Club of the physic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 January 1943

The Campus Chat TWENTY-SIXTH YKAR NUMBER 15 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. JANUARY 22, 1943 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 On Concert Navy's Flying Yankees Acclaim Texas Beauties, Lone Star Friendliness .From New Jersey and other point* fust, 30 new Naval aviation students have converged on the North Texas campus to inaugurate their eight-week training program preliminary to basic training. Twenty-five of the youth* proudly claim New Jersey as their fhome, with the other live from New York, Missouri, and Pennsylvu i- ia. With a single e xception, all of the potential flying officers confess that this is their first visit to the Lone Star State—but they all like it. "Texas isn't like home." re- """Tmarked one of the New Jersey EJ l/MI. J lads, "but it's the next best thing." X-3tUdent ISIIiea And that seemed to be the concen- ln Traininq Plane ' The "Easterners" like Texas for 3 a host of reasons, but two reasons /■ I u i j • are predominant—and they arc not v-rasn r 60 r Js...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 January 1943

EDITORIALS • OPINIONS PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1943 REVIEWS • FEATURES 11 FV jfef /J jbecadz ajf tJtitle/ii&tic Ma&neAA. CAMPUS CAMERA The month of February, J 948. marks a flat decade. a dark decade of human miaery, of Hitter's death-grip on Gar- many. The month of February w U mark the tenth anniversary o: the rise to power of the world's most fanaticai of would-be conquerors. In ten years, really but an atom of the tons of time. Hitler revamped a nation, authorized a wholesale slaughter of Jews, subjected millions of non-< ermana; and during the ten years. Herr Schickelgruber ha* thrown the entire world into a strug- gle for existence against the scheming, ruthless force of Barbaric Huns. In ten short years he altered a tuition's ideals completely. In ten short years he changed education and molded it for his personal um—to the extent that education became in real- ity nothing but propaganda. "in ten short years Hitler wiped religion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 January 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TE XAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 1943 PAGE THREE # I /rp j. TPTDTI C* 1 nn- lention rBI! Sugar and Tires Given As Prizes at Barn Dance Elnora Westmoreland And Patricia Fowler Caught with Goods Sugar and rubber tiros might not be m scarce as they seem, if prizes at the Pi Phi barn dance Saturday night are any indication. To contest winners at the dance, the highlight of Pi Phi social events for the year, went three pounds of sugar and a veteran rubber tire. The rare commodities, sugar rubber tires, were given away as prizes in the Hog and Chicken Call- A i— p I T I \ / ing Contest and the Typ.cal Farm /\S LX-OtlldenfS lake VOWS Hoy and Girl Contest held during Weddings still retain the lime- light in social activities as five SoCLttu The Campus Chat and Weddinqs Retain Limeliqht V Mil W w the dance intermission. Elnora Westmoreland, Eiysian Fields, re- ceived the sugar for winning the Chicken Calling Contest, and Pa- tricia Fowler, Denton, the Typical Farm Girl, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 January 1943

PAGE FX)UK THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1943 1 m t>i ; The Campus Chat Rams Hand Eagles Tough 40-29 Defeat; Local Quint Tries Lumberjacks Jan. 21 Texas_MVesleyan SmoAtfl Denton Offensive Action By Bill Coffey _ ^ The Tex a.* Wesleyan Rims made it four straight wins over the North Texan Eagte ra«erx Monday night by handing the Kagles a 40-29 defeat in Fort Worth. The Monday night win brought the Rama their eleventh victory- in 13 trie* while the Kaglen have been rationed to only two victories in 12 tries. Off to * "low start, the game *u ur<impra *iv« until the laat few minute# wh' fi -He K««in made two spurt* for a win, but war* shoved away by the towering Weslayan*. Lacking the usual vigor thown1 by the two toams, the game waa 1 by far the s|r,wHt that the team* have had this year except fv«M th* defensive ^arid-point. Taaaa W—bjaa'i offensive trio* wore weak, and it wo* <miy the height and bedfca-up playing of big Wejr- man Cotton of the Ram* that d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1943

The Campus Chat ¥ TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NUMBER 16 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 6, 1M8 Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 Spring Enrollment 235 Higher Than Second Semester Last Year Lt. A. G. Edens Dies in Crash Near Biloxi t Second Lt. A. G. Edens Jr., 23, ''Army flier and ex-student of the Teachers College, was killed Mon- day when his A-30 Army plane crashed into the Mississippi Hound near Biloxi. A student in the college in liMO-42, Eden* was a member of ; the starting eleven in Eagle grid games and was a member of the j Talons fraternity. He was the aon of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Q. Edens of Henderson. Eden* was also a former grid star from Baylor University, where tie went to school before coming to North Texas. A tackle for the Bears, he attained wide- spread recognition in the South- west Conference. * At the time of his crash, Edens was leader of three planes com- pleting an afternoon training flight. Friday, February 5 3:00 p.m.—Campus Homes Club, lodge .'5:00-5:00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1943

EDITORIALS • OPINIONS PAGE TWO THE CAMI HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1943 REVIEWS • FEATURES 1 I ? The Campus Chat by IIm Twiliw Cm **r*n* Mm trnhm* tm* It tl« mi tlM N«rtl T—m MMt Tn >m C ik«« la •MMMuT'-iaaK f I >t • *t lj pm* Dmmxrn- *«m . !« tM art M*"l I n KAll f* DAMt^X Ct « LAftl Aaaartoie IT <M4n « jfc* * a •Jm*m* Haras** - w MM M -JM. |i tr-t* 7 c S5*ff «*#•—. MSt** *.*>«* lnwnn ■U... ' . aim*dp sMHK A. i'«l Ml f 0 4a McKtw TOM f -«M ll -* Mt f 4MW Iri <' Wf aU ' ' ?*M *r MmMI *«r «w IM mi M b « mi ftsiociatpd Cnipftirtk' M eis Om or Mm! <M T«r Hfc. Illn. MhWl If M*u 11 « Friday. February 5. 1943 \/ JT rpa By Ml I) HkHON AH! FOKTISfc . . . R. • ;* Ufcn ARf ''i !*/■• v*#*.. C«l4 lb J«rMi E;^ M ""- r ff*. J4M* Hiwb J JrwH*. D§ il LjlMfiw > «* ««* u lm« '. fl|gft flfcft'" - mmmtkt H«f* ♦ Www*'I imr 0 CWiS ■ m -«e*K M* •*«>•. CkrMlM WBHMM 7^ PodwoA £*Ui*t&U Will Not Jleaoe. Every newspaper today has accounts of poctwer planning. That'a the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTO*. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FKHHl'ARY 5, 194* PAGE THREE Frat Rushees Entertained Next Week Memher* of the mi* camp;, fm u rnities id an a bu- week ss .. rt al «pnin' f e*te ri-H f • > twins get under way Monday mtrh', Kfteh of the groups will enter- fate prospective' at one «r more function during thr wp.tk Starting thing* off. (fee Palceit fraternity will entertain with a meter at their house at fl:30 p m Monday, followed by a dance frnm s to It p.m at the Woman's Club On Tuesday night member- of Pi Phi Pi fraternity will hold it stag banquet at 8 o'clock at the Eagle Cafe, followed by a smoker at the fraternity house. The Beta Alpha Rho Beta function,* will be a smoker at the Beta houiw at 4 p.m. Wednesday and a danc~ at 8 p. m. at the Woman's Club Entertaining prospective mem- tiers, thu Chteale fraternity will hold a smoker at their house Thursday night from 6 to 7 followed by a dance in the recrea- tion building from 8 to It. The Talons fraternity will honor the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 February 1943

PAGE FOUR THK CAM PI'S THAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FKBKl'AKV 5. 194,', The Campus Chat North Texas Cage Squad Meets Durant Teachers Game with Sam Houston Called Off; Next LSC Tilt Is with San Marcos With caiif ran -x against th<* S«n Houston T«Mh rn B<>arkat five off imhtiium' of luck of tVMUfpeVtaitoR facililutx, the Kugit-f will not entj r th -ir mmrlM of l«n« Star conference home parties until Feb. H and 9 when th#r BolicHt quintet of Southwest Texan State invade* the Denton hard- wood for a douM - header in the Katfle gym. nek Lloyd Immii, Eagle < * —~~ mentor. h > «• .• : o-d a bout for !| hi* warrior* Friday night when the Southeastern Okllhoini State Teachers Col!*** basketeer* from Durant journey to Denton for a non-conference meeting. The Oklahoma elub, famod for their year-in-year out fine record in tta ketball, w egain up to par ia the '4.1 neason and Coach Russell has informed hi* eager* that the Durant Inde will spell plenty of trouble and will give them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 February 1943

The Campus Chat TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NUMBER 17 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 12, 1W8 Z734 TELEPHONE 1242 1943 Yucca Queen To Be Chosen by Bond Sale Messer, Craus, and Lewis Are Named Contest Winners for Winter Avesta; Editor Grable Announces Decisions Winners in the annual Avesta + ontest were announced thin week > v VVrnelle Grable, editor, with a total of $30 in prise* won by iccesoful contestants in three visions, short story, poetry, and • tide. The prise articles will be published in the Avesta to ap- ear next week. Because of a lack of funds this cur, prizes were awarded only to the three winners, and honorable mention given to two others in in'h division. Those carrying off Enrollment Shows Dickie Speaks T9 On War Effort Of Second Week At Assembly >i> Enrollment at North Texas stood at 1863 at 5 p.m. Wednesday, as the second week of the spring se- mester got under way. The enrollment figure to dat* The Wednesday night convo- cation of all t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 February 1943

EDITORIALS • OPINIONS PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1943 REVIEWS • FEATURES The Campus Chat 141 ■ Arte r br um t«Mkm omm mm •mm m um • Hit at DUill 1«**r tt 4w tlM Mf W Mir< I. . CHAELM OAMUOM MM* QBHI <LAAft i — Iinf U ftiitbi ; C W HI MM AM (MM M T*a ftuff Nwn MHw Amm <*-<«!• H«ri«(y K Jl "<r Amkcui* ***** Miter iftftft IC4HOI Ifcl* «.rti Ml J«r. Irvine , , ■ """ MU4l«l Amia .-..r huktt n i i i" |*Mj omtte. MIA Tf« <ia*a Oftf* 4AM K v« rl«>i J AJt i Ol r.« A*4r «« Am fit* *«■*. Yirti 14 wr«4|N4. f *rk>«|liu. JMl U* KhiftMlt l^kkmin. K f M*rl(n J •• .«, M <rn* MwIUh4ma ln«a NwanalL J<*h Hr «n. Ka'*- i « ItfffB, CmfbilM fUidM. " Ha V • ft ••• Ann* tfai Hlxtt. ]£''«• Kpp k Harra Jin Irvln*. iMvwi Vtrgiftte ran m4 J, U ML it M «•«(<«* rf T«*M I'r «n M# iI<*r mt A *'* !•(#.! C"iW«Ul« I'rwi IHfHimi by N|Ib>nil A<f«rtlBih« *w N. 1441 M« hrt 1942 PUuk njk'd ColctSidc {-¥♦• $ llNwtlillw Kaua liaiiwad tit OH IMIot* Fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 February 1943

Sororities Make Final Plans THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1943 PAGE THREE For Sp Initiation Slated For New Sr. Marys ring Rush Activities Receiving Line Members are Named; Decorations, Refreshments Planned Formal and informal rush functions for the spring rushes* of New member* will he initiated ^ * PW Kappa Kappa, Kappa Theta Pi, Kaghlir. and Phoreff sor- nt« the Senior Mary Arden* at (|ritit?K will begin Sunday with a morning coffee given by the Kappas the meeting to be held Monday ifht at 7:iD at the Mary Arden ige The following girl* will be he hostesses: Doris Lambert, Ter- #11; Dorothy Jane Lindsay, Ty- , - . Mary Frances Miller, Com- anche: Winnifred Merrill, Pilot The Campus Chat THE Point; Natalie Moore, Ansot ; Annie B. McClenney, Roswell, N, Vtrvieo. gfiol NT Exes and Students Make Tma Announcements of Marriages The orysUl room of Marquis hall will be the scene Kappa function, which will •Sunday morning from 9 to 10:30 On the continuous inci IT,'r'n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 February 1943

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1943 Eagles Swamp Bobcats in Pair of Fast-Moving Cage Thrillers Rice Topples Texas In SWC Surpriser TED WIUUHS i/OH TKf AMCRKTAS LfASue BATflNkS TITLE IN ANO ^2 ANO WA4 THS aATTSB. IN Tut UK A sue TO HIT >00/ how hps «*vww6 to be* NAVAL FLlf . ANO UKSS rr SO MUCH HC MA/ tnCK TO FLVINS APT6S. rue WAR ' Collins Paces Russellmen To 72-49 Win in Starter Newcomer Shannon Takes Top Honors In Scoring for Second Game Baffle Th - North IVxa* Eagbm. playing on their homf court, turned on the heat Monday night and nwamped the San Marco* Bobcat* 72-4& in a fanl-moving cage content. Re- turning Tuesday night to rej eat with another victory, the Ru.-wflmen came out on top 57-45. In the Monday night fray, the Kagle«, improved by the addition of Howard Shannon to the starting ranks, showed plenty of *peed and fight to keep out of reach of the Bobcat eager*. Although the visitor* drew first Mood, the K«g|e *wung into firing positi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 February 1943

. The Campus Chat TWENTY-SIXTH YEAH NUMBER 18 NORTH TEXAS STATE TKACHKRS GOLLBUE. DENTON. TEXAS. FEBRUARY !! . IMS Z7S4 TELEPHONE 1242 il1." D°I!:T. Ac!!ilLeS Sl^ed, L,b™°:;uir Faculty Heads Name Students For Yucca Who's Who Section Speakers Include William Preston, Rabbi Jacobson Speakers for Religious Empha- sis Week, a campus project begin- ning Feb. 21 ami ending P«b. 2H, will be William Hall Preston, sec- retary of the Baptist .Student Movement at Nashville, Tenn., an.I Rabbi David Jacobson. Temple Heth-EI. San Antonio, Texas. Intended to have all-college em- phaaia, the week will be filled with assemblies, speeches, a lunch- con, a book review, and personal conferences. In addition, special speakers will be invited into the dassaa of the various departments and into the evening club meetings and other special observances. Mr. Preston, the principal speak- er. received his H.A. from Ripon College and his M.A. from Qwrgi I'eubody College. Since that time he has been teacher, cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 February 1943

EDITORIALS • OPINIONS PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBKIARY 19, I94fl REVIEWS • FEATURES Th« Campus Chat W GKNK CLASH Editor El.MOKA HUWtH trtllV« AMorlak tMf ' mm mmam T%* Huff MiUlrwt WstMiu WW.II ( otontnteu s ViTMll> onUi mm MH" htn.ru Mo Ham Mmh. Aim* <«tfco . >>!'. Ju AUrn, Qttrlm Aodr * . lr«w. Baafey. Tmb •arsl I • t<«. Ani li>rr nwat*. )« m llfisww ■ Mil- Of?.* Karl Mm Oamsli Ma<i' tMkX J*m#« l> Be, K«[ht Mvlvln fttumli,, J«r« n rru. Sub ilrCluro. Jramn* Mitrrta. I,,« Marwbk J« 0 Brum K tr SlwffwM Alio* (hMHk flirtwifi# WillMMM. Milan Yotm* 8|lmi n : I'ttr >,<• J. D. H«it. it mmmhm ml Taut ;«w -ifttf f'mm A—mfiUm Kink* «f A M>lat*d r/.:k un Prw lumirtrt fc NulMtl A4>«nnfn« S«r«k«. 1m 1941 Mrr.br. 1942 CUsocidk'd CbleAtffe Preif II M Friday, February 19. 1943 Slave. +10A Ma-UeA, Abraham Lincoln's birthday han piuw- •d, but bin wocda, "Ah I would not lie a slave, so I would not be a master," and thiM article which wan in...

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