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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1943

CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TKXAS. KKIDAV. JULY 9, 194.H PAGE THKEE J <•/ * I Campus Clubs Melba Wilcoxen, Russell Bosse Du'ing^WeelfS Wedin Informal Ceremony July 2 MEET OSCAR, favorite mod*' of 'he college art classes where he aids aspirr.q student-. in their Judy of anatomy. Msking a figure drawng from O :ar i Dorothy Asfcew Graham, right, and helping pose the model I Chloe Stalcup, Gore®. Oscar Spends Vacation As Model for Artists ll> FI.OBH The skeleton moved out of his traditional closet ami modeled > art classroom 108 for three day* last week. Oblivious of his nudity and his creaking joints, Oscar posed in various positions and smiled n ghost, of a smite for the benefit of his clients in Art 260 and all passers-by. Having inherited an exceptional T= FOR HOT WEATHER Wear a pretty prnted pina- fore in a glazed chinti with cooi little sheer blouses. . . . NICE FOR SCHOOL OR DATE . . . Iff IP I: OREEN ly good nature, Oscar did not re- sent the artists' uncomplimentary remarks r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1943

r IF r ■ 11 F pHSBplPBSi flaK ... 1 PACE KOVft THfc CAHFtS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FEIIiAY JULY , 1*$ m a^w>n|u>«v7<.U>! Music Department Presents Faure * Composition Will Bo Performed NT Workshop By North Texas Student Musicians Group Studies On Nutrition Tit* '4 AvtrtU*#) -jhP tlMr pt'tgratI # tit* p A-. :«w fliaaaawnd w wee* t* the <-1 rg* Uft'olilflMtK wtlMk M andirr tw <3}-r<K'*iw. arf fitr Men f. &. •«*-> • -f tbe ■fcolw'; •wpewmast '|%*st w«ait M-*. E'tiaiaw. M CAftttUtikttt fr#*n Uw- #iate D# Ui ge* * mWleat 'irf MtHW «3*s <r« HWMIb'i' ataaMd tat1**#*-* S* «KfUK'- tMm w datomi■(*•* *-y MM| )W i paopl* erStriag «at a# ",tae war ** * tlM tfiitef priAte?W« ttfei'S# w-n* M' • f .ira *n> with tbe ifrntyfr Ovhuial t.oiteet; pwwtMhwfllw '' tlsw eft*. dre« ar* tttaraaaed 4nttog «a* morning ♦Jul* 'b> f'« JMMMH* af* reiaarved f'.f .mi r«M prfebtant* On* of tfct#- wwatt powarfu; crtmtvm* of a di-4tin«rui*h«rd a#n -itiv« rr;u* r*i f«-f. j- " Hauteur of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1943

11 4 t • • t t The Campus Chat TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NUMBER 6 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. Jl'LY >8, IMS mu TELEPHONE 1242 NT U Host To Institute For Musicians New Vacation Clinic Opens for Benefit Of High Schools North Texas State, long a lead- er in Texas music education, throws open its doors Aug. SSI-31 to become host to a High School Vacation Music School for young musicians interested in vocal, or- chestral, or band training. Unique in its design, the clinic is open to all Texas high school students, offering them two pri- vate lessons per week, daily re- hearsals in band, orchestra, and choir, and daily classes in har- mony. ear training, and sight singing. All music, books, and equipment are to be furnished, and visitor* are to be housed free of charge in Marquis hall, girls' dormitory, and in orchestra hall,' men's dorm. Faculty Foregoes Vacation Representative members of the music faculty, who are foregoing their annual vacation-time in or-i der to par...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1943

PAGE TWO •mm THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1S43 The Campus Chat (•vMMX/l «•*■ «W<M .♦ UM T « *« - K il 'tew Mt af *«/-►. 1 !•" max*. •snurv AMwut* M>«wr IMpBV *UI a*Tl« MI>M> K « rv. tomft tm m w i « Orudis !'•** totUrt *i>.« C*tNi"*K f«>", l,w } • N '* ■ k M " fw r* y.,- !'«' / «M i l> H*'i If. *■•**« . Tom Puss «iwi«Un mmnum r,f «ae«wt 0.i'«mCM Cr« «t >.ww4 • Malta**! A4*«n tfte Bw*««. Pbvocicied Cnteftiate Preu totBrrtatf* R«tM Mfrvms b* Hull om citl^n r«t -- — ■ ■ - —- ' Friday July 23, 1943 4?aal CohA&UMZ&OH. Vetn ag" when *omc w i« man made the ataUment that an army travels on its stomach he may ha. adequately covered the situation of his day Today, however, it ia not juat to the fightinK army that food holds a position of prime importance On an adequate and equal division of food- stuff* today depends not only fighting strepjfth hut citizen morale, alleviation of acute suffering in conquered nations, and even the maintenance ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1943 PAGE THREE f Marriage Ceremonies Unite Exes in Formal, Informal Rites Wedding* of interest thin week uric those of Mary I-ou Turner and Jack Thurman, Barbara Poshepny and Charles Kelley. Kthel ikrnicc Nelson ant) Dr. Joseph Milton Cox. Turner, Thurman Rites Before an altar of pink gladioli, blue hibiscus, fern, and candelabra, the Rev Phillip Walker performed nuptial rites for Mary Lou Turner and I.t Jack Thurman, Wednes- day evening, July 14, at 8 o'clock. The doublt ring ceremony was read in the chapel of the First Metho- dist Church of Denton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs W F Turner of Stephenville, and the uroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Thurman of Denton. Traditional wedding marches were played by N'elda Mae Babb of Galveston who also played "Lie- bestraum" during the ceremony. Given away in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white crepe dress with lace trim with white ac- cessories and wore an orchi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1943

WKKmm mm Iff I ■ 5T^-'T5"TV Pil«MwiwM PAGE FOUR j ■ It THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1943 En Lorene Downs Dies in Sherman After Brief Illness Sixteen Faculty Members Te Tea* AST* fee* Subjects Range From Geography To Full Physical Fitness Program Sixteen colNr* faculty members will t«*ach th* local unit <4 A8TP boy* for the first 12 week* they are on the cam pun. and many of the college staff will be affaetad by the ww Army student#, fir B. B Harris, dean of the college, <ajfi this week The contingent reached full strength this seek with the arrival of 300 additional trainees from Tamp Maxey ♦ Those teaehi ft# the boys the first 12 v e«-k purfM will be I*r Walter Hansen, K'-ography. I>> .1 I. Carrico, physic*, l>r E 8. Clifton and fir. H U Jennings, Kn(fii h; f r. L, W Newton anil tir C" A Bridge*, history Ira Rriberts, phytic*; !>r J K G Sit v >y, surveying; Amos Barksdiiie. Following a" iilnen* of about William Town*end. William K 10 day*. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1943

* \ \ TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR The Campus Chat NUMBER 7 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. JULY 30. 1943 Z7S4 TELEPHONE 1242 I Area Home Economists Gather For Annua! Conference Aug. 4 FOOD PLANNING gets a boost for both war ti me^ and post-war periods when this group of experts get their heads together. Shown working in the Workshop of the Community Food Pre servation Workshop are. left to right. Miss Bonnie Nichols, State Department of Vocational Edu- cation, Oklahoma A&M College; Miss Grace Neely, Regional Nutritionist. Dallas; and J. B. Fran- cioni, Louisiana State University. Food Preservation Meet Points Toward Community Cooperation A pioneering: step toward com-; munity cooperation in war and post-war planning, the Community Food Preservation Worksho p, closed Wednesday on a high note of optimism for the future of simi- j lar group activities. The Workshop, which attracted nearly 100 representatives from four states to the campuses of North Texas State and T8CW, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1943

PAGE TWO THK CAM PCS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1943 The Campus Chat I•. itaM **■*«}> iuririf tt> nllw rmr kf Uto iiaSiuto Uu N. Iiau 1 un Cailoe* m oti mI ... , «ll r I Itlt • K t «••• •! I.f tl irl of IkHt I. in riENK CLARK UHm IHENK BAGMCV AMOtial* KIHcr WAHCY KOBKRTS . .*• - ita mrntt ... MIMnt W IS« !««• Haetar. Umi a*S> «• . A th r I|T HM«t> riortr* OlMP. M« Uw "HiMt. Murtvl M«t. mi. I. lbin VMM*. <te r*te «M> P* ...1 4 0 H*H it- MmiIm* ol Ton Inorroltatteta *mss UumfaOT of AnmMUd CoKwfUU Ptw lta| imM Ad.wtl.ln* tarries. Iw. PUiociak'd Cdki&dto Pfew Hti «rH Uan fuu*. Itoll.mrf M Hall On* Coltoe* V«M — Friday, July • . IMS PoluU "Only hwin*- go to movie*," leaflets tearing thia crude statement are put in the pocket# of Poles, who, seeking *elf- pleasure. increase Germany'* war-front revenue Kvwv ticket bought, so nay« an underground Polish newspaper, heips de- stroy the freedom of the Poles and that of other nations. Freedom-loving Poles are urg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1943

__ THE CAMPUS CHAT. DESTOX. TKXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 90, 1948 \ • I I Wedding Fashions Continue Despite Wartime Rationing Problems of Today Informal Ceremonies Take Spotlight ' For This Week's Exes' Announcements Marriage fashions and styles continue alonjr the same lines despite wartime problem* jn rationing now. Even though tkeivmge bride of today parhuw dot - not have aw large s trousseau aa the bride of yaafcaryaar. t lu-r<< is nearly always that always important " something new, and tome tinny blue." Informal weddings appear to have taken the lead over formal ones now. probably not only because of the lack of time, but also the* desire to save money for war bonds. This week, in this column, anouncementa jEia been made by Elizabeth Harnett, Elizabeth Wright. Meda Rose Rivoire, and Nina Lucille Moody. Barnett-Grayson Wed ... , Elizabeth Harnett, daughter of ■ i 6^0/1Su d^/OD HlQh J. O. Burnett, Blossom, was united _ in marriage to Robert Grayson. £.aotureS Honors Monday, July 19...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1943

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 30. 1943 Army Grants Military Scholarships To Under-Draft-Age Reservists Ex Morgan Irwin, Flight Instructor Dies in Waco Crash Morgan Hon* Irwin, nun at Mi 1 •nd Mm. R. A. Irwin, Argyle, and an ex -student of the Mai***', * killed last wwk when tlx- plane in which he wan riding cra*hed and burned IStMi mil#* from New- j land Field, Waco. H« wan a flight instructor at the Navy air l a*c there. Irwin became HKmW in avia- tion while teaching at Mrowns- ville, then took the OPT cour*e at Meacham Field, Fort Worth. He became an aviation Instructor at Wichita Fall* Junior College, | Wichita Fall*, and remained there about two year* lieforc being Irani ferred to SMC, Dallas, where he wa«> garduatcd from the ' AA j flight <Nm, later enlisted in the j Naval Air f'orps At the time of hi* death, ha hail been i flight instructor at Newland Field for j about three months. Qualified High School Graduates Receive Basic Phase Instruction ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1943

r TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR The Campus Chat NUMBER 8 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS I'OlJ.EUE. DENTON. TEXAS. AUGUST «. IMS 2734 TELEPHONE 1242 ASTU Formal Activation To Be Held August 9 Area Homemaking Meet Lawrence Chidester Named Studies Wartime Living Dr. McConnell Extends Greetings; Final Sessions Close on Campus Today Home economists from all parts of the state are guests on the campus of North Texas State during the current three-day area conference for homemaking teachers. North Texas and TSCW are playing joint host to the more than 150 teachers who convened Wednesday for the annual meeting, centered this year on family and community problems of wartime living. To College Music Faculty ~ 1 New Staff Member 1$ Lawrence Chidester Noted Civilian, Military Visitors Expected To Be Present tor Event Dr. Jack Johnson Labor Board Lists Johnson As Member College Faculty Man To Serve in Hearing Area Labor Disputes Dr. .lack Johnson, director of the economics department and a recognized authority ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1943

PAGE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, T KXA.S. FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, The Campus Chat I Ml •f Uw Nurth T. tiM| year ky ■>,# iindtnli T«||IW| ColUe* |W . 1 1«. *t UM K l <*M I Mt «# Man* s, tin QKNK CLAM 1KKMK HAMKY M'tor NANCY MMMUITB rtw Htatr Mttor Mii.| . l W lk r C t«m>< nta Vnrwll* fSrsbkr. Irm* Ha«l<nr l, ur few Run.w, < *<•« Antiwar Ixmiu Sarah faiiton HotU Urmn * !• Rliixtt. X 1 1, Lillian Vaurm G+vt0t i MMMMI*1 ViTMHii* >'■(> «Bd J |j H H J' Hawtwr af Tuaa liiU f..ll«*i«< f'— AwmHUm Man.Mr of AMnriatm) Oii««wM I*mm Ke*r«K M<l It* N«tl«T.al A l.aMuui* Mrrlaa, inn Mrmhri lAssociok-d Goloftidle P ftatoerlption (UtM. *i Miil On* (kttlf Ycar ** Friday, AuKuxt ♦>, l'.M.'i y/WUe/ie Gtedit 9I ^bue' For yearn th«- attitude and |K>licy of many comniuniti -H faced with the need of quick, efficient ,service on a nun-remun- erative lja«i« h«H be«n to call < n the pub- lic Hchool teacher. lrr«itanll«Hrt of whether or not the job comes within her realm of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1943

•< THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, T KXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. 1941? l'A(IK TIIKI I ' / * Happy Youngsters Play, Learn In Redecorated Nursery School and'one-half tW" * "Jun«le imd-iuortiittg milk or fruit juiee are spending pliant \uJZ ",,d "* ,hruu«h<>ul lhe day* in the newly-decorated North well hopes to have a Kau- built d#> for th* <hiWw"1 Texas State nursery school on from the play-yard into the col Cleanlinnw Mtreuted Ave' A lege recreation park soon, ho that Before eating, the youngsters With a color scheme predomin the children can take their tri- muit clean themselves up, with SkL^JST'blUf' th" "fZ 10 lhl r"* , <"'!y enough adult help to teach building houtiinir the younjfHteiv Ufc in the nuraary aehool 1# . . .. # , .. has a gay, homelike atmosphere, weda a* homelike as possible, with 1 correct habits ..f cleanline**. where children learn to play in formally in groups at their choice or a* individual*. There in a large playroom downstairs, where the children gathe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. Al'OUST 6, 1948 Physical Development Program NT Presenls — # a n • k i i Noted Violinist For boldiers begins Monday ASTU Cadets Feted at Dance Tuesday Night Courses Outlined Simitar to Those Given Collegians During Last Term In Arts Series Frances Magnes, Youthful Musician, Wins New Honors One of the prominent artist* Service Flag Favored, Campus Poll Reveals (We Sam'* boy* now in training on the campus of the Teacher* Cottage will be better fitted for their wartime dutkw after completing a courne in physical development to'Tpp^r the Te«h" which will gel underway Monday. erB college fin.- art. programs Divided into three 12-week period* of training, the ne*t year. Francea Magnes, 18- Hocial activities on the mmpu course will nlrtm# development of agility, balance, endurance, year old violinist, haa recently have been somewhat at a stand and coordination through tuieh activities an calisthenics, ob- the YMHA award and ha* been chosen for the Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1943

twenty-sixth year The Campus Chat number 9 north texas state teachers OOLLEl.E. DENTOM, TEXAS, AUGUST IS. 194S IT84 telephone 1242 Carlos Merida Degrees Conferred on 214 Summer Graduates Music, Orchestra Hall Converted Into Residence Quarters for Girls College Regents Authorize Move In Wartime Need Music hall and Orchestra hall, formerly men's dormitories, will • «come residence quarters for col- lege co-eds this fall, college au- thorities announced this week. The Board of Regents of the Hate teachers colleges, meeting Thursday in Dallas, authorised the conversion of the two halls into women's dormitories in view of the pressing demand for co-ed dormi- tory reservations. Representatives of the Board of Regents expressed themselves as 'Ring Out, Wild Bells—' Curfew Tolls Once More By FI.ORICK GREEN Rusty with age. the campus cur- few bell, a silent historian of many decades gone by, is again hurrying the footsteps of NT studenta. This time the peals of the college bell announce clas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1943

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, KKIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1&43 The Campus Chat * u. , * !>. U IM UK ■> ISItl OKNE CI.AHK IMKME IIA',1 KY rial* Mitur WAMCY KUIiCH , • Mar. *«•' 11m Staff Mii.lr < W.liter CoNtmntoU; Verneli* f.reble. Irene Hwle;, l.a«ra Bom Ham < Antkaay l«m - Ha rah HentMl. rinriM 'iwen M*«ine KlliuM. MxrUI Mat haw*. Mills* Young Ge„r«i tUA-nu-r, flimnaon VlrslMs irstni* {"at* and J 0 Hall Jr Meml.er nf laiaa InWrrulUgUUi I'raaa Aunelattoa Member of Aaaorlatol CollegleU i'raaa RaprmnM l« National Ad arttai«t Her we, Iw Mrmher Pbsociaied Gotetiate f*eis fl«k«crt|iUoi> Kat Ilell ereO t. Mall Una (>.l!a«a Year — - H M Friday, Auguwt 13, 194.'i fytite A*iU tyulwie HeavHy-atuddwl with outxtanriing mimical tah'nt, thf 1943-44 fine art* ae- rie# schedule |>roroi«e« much in the lint- of intelligent entertainment fur th« coming year. The aerie*, always an integral pari of college life, will play an even more impor- tant role in these times of limite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1948 PAGE THREE 'i* 1 MaUimOHdalLf. Linens Hold Top Place For 'Hope-Chests' Four Ex-Students Make Announcements Of Informal July Wedding Ceremonies Tradition ha* it that brides mult have a "hope-chest," ami before the war and during grandmother's time, the brid«> saved linens, comforts, and such that would last for ten years. Today, however, there is a scarcity in linens just as in everything else, and the new wife can collect only enough linens to keep her supplied for about five years. Good sheets should last that long, and she should have at least three pairs —one on the lied, one in the laundry, and one for emergen- cies. APPROACHING MARRIAGE TOLD That's why linens eome first on the "hope-for" lists of these new brides who arc ex-students and who have been collecting their, .. , . ... - „ "hope-chests." Utest lists include ennd*e. became the hnde of Q . Wed in Big Spring Jimmie Carlisle, daughter of Mr and Mr*. H. B. Carlisle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1943 Texas Home Economists End Area Meet Her* Homemakers Discuss Previous Work, Make Plans for Future War Year Louis Nicholas Rejoins Music Faculty Here Louis KMm&i, who served <<n the music faulty from Januarv. 1941. until April. 1945?, when he was called to service, ha* returned to the staff at the college Following hlii wrvifc in the Army, Nicholas was employed in Dallas. prior to rejoining the col lege music faculty during the cur rent summer session Nicholas hold* the A B degree from Southwestern College at Memphis anil th« master of music decree from the University of Michigan. He ha* served a* direr tor of music at Southwestern and ha* been teacher at public school music iti the Mem phi* City Schools He ha* studied voice under Clare Blby, head of the voice department at the Memphis Collage at Maine, and with Arthur Haekett, concert and oratorio tenor, who in head «f the voice department of the I'm versity of Michiga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1943

TWENTY-SFVKNTH YEAR Sl'MBER I The Campus Chat Y. NORTH TEXAS STATE TKACIIKKS COLLRtJE, DENTON. TEXAS, SEPTEMHER 24, IU4H ATM) TELEPHONE 1212 KING 1 Registration for Fifty-third Long S«—ion hmi 1700 Publication of Yearbook Suspended for Duration Material Shortages Warrant Cessation Of Yucca Printing In view of (hi- wartime short- age of material and labor, publi- cation of the Vucca, college year Ixmi|<, wiIS I*' suspended for the ilu ■ at ion. That was the decision reached by the publication* council in a meeting held Monday at'tei noon. Many college* discontinued yeai htfok publication last year, and this year numerous other have been forced to do so Principal diffi- culties have been in obtaining' films, flash bulbs, and heavy finished paper, all of which are under government cotitro1 Publications council member* consulted photographers, )i a p e r .jobbers, and engraving represen- tatives lieforc reaching the dttci «ion to suspend the printing of the Yucca, and the suspension ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1943

PAGE TWO iaiip i THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1943 f he Campus Chat 1W I'nm 'lam mflm dmw.w : it IjMMM. « 4 t D W«r Mswfc Uk —Urn' rmr fc Um «< * «• 4 . * MfI g' j t i„i, — I *- • *• *- «* . 1 * M Ik* PttS* CW«e si * " *, !•' iv Staff Ifitfrart W.U.f Lao** Bom iukwi Jtk Htrio MtM< Kruttapi (J< Mrta * <* l.*nS Curb* DwMMt lionia. B *w ' >T*P Wauls i«m U U MfAtw t*«i* M Mxrllyr l'«u* Ihnmm lt(aui HMIi MeMm Mar, Burl SUM *«. • L«i« T*>l< p Kr.«im« fart- - Watrk P.UisMtr (■ «* awl J ft Ma . it of Tafia* I'fw*. A****' KU'.r, Hnnifilwt it AvvuMi ' «* t er« MatfcSia! *<• ♦•'}*«>* Har*m-o fi t Ptosockfed Cbleecfc? Preis SiabfirfiMt'J" Ha' l allv«f«.i t Has! Una CtSim * ar • «• Friday, September 24, 1943 f\l0_jjt ft A Ant aaf it 1id J wwmip rfwwfFPiww w ^ ^ Cuo&ei Student Sfusrit Lwt of fun, WAKn't it? We mean ihat ttt&r-.*pangt«d aasc-mbiy projjfram in th«- main auditorium thix moiling, the fir«t in a parade of Friday mornim? gct-...

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