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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1943

I 134845 THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. IMS PAGE THREE M i it* Assemblies and Stage Shows Present High Prospects For Campus Entertainment During New School Year Dallas Superintendent Addresses Summer Commencement Audience Community Singing, Talks Highlight Second of All-College Assemblies Colkfrian* ami th« ir tiwhiTs turnwl out t*n mas this morning f r i he weekly all-college assembly, xroinl in the new -teries of Friday jirogruniei planned for student enter- tainment The program this morning was highlighted by com- munity singing, harp selections presented by Miss Anna Hukav of the musk- depurtment, and informal talks. An innovation on the tampu- enU-rtainmett program, tin- Fit liny as*ttmblie« me planned by a faculty commute, and will be t-j <« t .'•ml by thv varum- d partnient of the cotU't'v throughout the yiur (in the schedule for Friday, Oct 1, will he a disfviwion of the role of chemistry and ph-y*ic-« in the war by Dr J I. Carrico anil William Titt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1943

f«rif y vpju- PAGE FOL K . DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, IMS fllPt pf <( ? W : —*** v,. ■ A* Students, Teachers Join Hands for Victory On North Texas Campus I L . FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR, be ev« these .tudant- *hr, urrte ra<i *ha-t hetp •• ta«r ers to harvest summer crops Not only ttudeftfc but V-.o fatally member, and men, tinned out to land a hand to hard-praued farmer. throughout the county >* NORTH TEXAS STATE GOES TO WAR 1 With Radio Training. w ' ' "-S ■ With llir Wanrn i ftrtrtvw C «r|t* l*ri--tuilu«iriai Training # ■HaieiriiaMeaaMMMHiM M PATRIOTIC CO EDS, above rheerfuliy vacated cottage res* jt,r , - , , jmmoi 'o make room for ncorrvng cadet1,, , .► ;•■•••. ' cr qav<- 'Hem 9 hand * th nv;vtng. SPIC AND SPAN -v «" y 'he ASTP 3'J<;' v 'He left it • • ' j : i1 • ■ i ■ ■ C * ^ •*.©'„ ' ^ ►he ■ olleqe Oj 'd-.ng:; >n A - , - ,u f- : The men are quarte'eo at the f- ■ A ye A ACTIVATION EXERCISES • ;■ . i ' JljW t ' Cjf *«"•• h 1" jh'f : r , ' ■< */<V' "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1943

i ?\ ,* m , tp T w r, m m . THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXA8. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 194* B&lasi* ■ ■■■ .11.- ■■ i As Exes, Students Make Announcements Lt. Dyche, Former i. Instructor, Marries Mary McDonald Mrs. Charles J. Doll ' Infm mality « n- th<* W«*> not* of A utcust wetldinK <«?rfni.>ni -i rem! for ex-student!" •>( 'IVucht-i - • 'it!- Ii-ki-. K** tu!i«nt)> and faculty member* uielueltnl in the Auuust Hit of tuainmre- urf Mary Mi lioiialil t*nd l>tir in*l Ilyihf, t'liui- in* HitctrinlMithun), and H id« n ScKmoyer. Two Ex-Students Wed Woddinjr nuptial* wi-if |n>r- formcd for Mary McDonald of Keen*-. and !.t Durwood I >\vln-, lu-nton. Auk. 24, in the Methodist Church in KnU'i|;h, N. < The bride wore pale blue chiffon with dark brown ii>-c<'*<iorit** Kollnwins; a brief honeyiiiwn. the t:ou|de arc at home at W ilftori, N where th>- ifriwwn is sta- tioned. Mr*. Dyche Kt'tuiualeil front N'TSTf in !!•:<! , and since l! ll has served an se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1943

, - PAGE SIX 1® I ■ , i :wr 11SI ■ I i ■ ■ ' v T '' i i M i a-;-- 1 THE OA§mm C HAT. HKNTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER M, 1MB j II fit a 11 I fAC A 0 Become Ensign in USNR Coach of Winners Pmic^AC Co jf An 1 if n ji 11- j j v> o jun Mil! Maaefee. wa* produced fiwrttiall, Ruh**I] tia* a umall, m during 'h« H 4B .eason uniWr tin- **|*>ri*,nc«d .<|ua<l minte u| largely tutrlage of I'i4u h Russell of fr*#hrncn an*I held a chance at f^imglc ' fm t, "1.*'( * <<#t a tit w hiifh 'I'' title u(t (fame with ««nng m he HN1 Un, «•* *■'* '***«' *h" *',n M*< iw*t hy chalking up . '/ '■* "" (n mt Ui take first ►!'*«« In |[„. ell. fainou- Bavlur alhleic II North vMMtile head mailt"! Mil t.1 aehuol year, i* now IJayd Ruaaetl, U*H . ,*V' . 1 * at Hollywood Fla Given Wide Sports Bill Fred Cobb Directs Pkuci^aI Ariivi^iAC rnyiic®! ^vTiviTHfj On Intramural Scale An o*t*r*o.tvo phy-« «al fit.no** By JACK MftMfS aovoral' our y r Ku**irli worked amlerj Magazine Tells How Lawrence Poole ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1943

1 Chat TWKNTY-SEVENTH YEAR NUMBER 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. OCTOBER 1. 1948 Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 RING 1 Classes Choose Langford, Owen, Harrington, Myers As Heads Complete Schedule Announced Arm*> Nayy p a || ^ ii p n • j Ttiti Slated For Ail-Coli«g« Free Periods Events Arranged To Avoid Conflict Among Activities Plane Crash Kills Denton Ex-Student Velma Rae Bateman Cupt. William H Brooks of Denton, a student in the college from I9JW tw ISM#, was killed Tuesday near Zephyr lilHs, Fl „ when his fighter plane crashed itn<) burned. IIis death wan announced Tues- day night Ii officers at the Army Ail forces School of Applied Tac- tics, Jacksonville, Fin Cn pi, ilrcKiks is the son of Mrs. Into- gene Blooks, a graduate of the I'lillesre, who is now teaching at Arrangement.- foi the all college i events that are to take plat from in to 11 a,m every Mondn\, Wed-j nesday, and Ki ida\ were completed thi week A- the result of numerous re i|Qesti- from both the fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1943

PACJK TWO THK < AMFU8 CHAT. UKNTON. TKXAS. FRIDAY. 'XTOHKR I. 1943 The Campus Chat tft&Nli ShAUUhJ mm* IV ttrnff mm CotanAiHi •• Uuri Htm fU «wy. Hmtti* fmt «**i J t> W#U J* «>f of TctftJM iff** oltagifti# f hhm Anwar tutinn MgrtUf' 'if 'Vd!****?* f'rtuM lltftr «-*«*> *-«4 by NVfcmal *Wwr%u # Iftf taocicted G4l<'tyrt«' fH'js A God* oj CUtioi StuMl a4> a Quide With education « ith height m im|«ir tanc*- today, it would be a wi«« thing if the student ut* well a,« the teaeher was |>re pared with a << *ie of ethics to govern his conduct. The time has passed when haphazard view and cmtrse of action can lie followed in regard to the serious work of accjiiiring a colTfcge education K<>r their own he-nefit and that >*f students who will follow them in North Texas, a group of education student* has made the follow- ing code of ethics for student«. 1. I shall make :vn effort to attend all classes and to l e seated in the classroom brfore the last ls-11 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1943

< • I • ; I • \ • * i TUB CAMI'l'S C HAT, MUTTON. TKXA8, FRIDAY. <M TOBKR I, IMS Societu Picnic Honors Pi Phis Leaving For Notre Dame 'Opry', Fish Fry, Movie Party Show Novel Rush Week Trend Annual Formals Excluded From Plans For Sorority Fall Term Rush Functions < Th. last Pi Phi entertainment fur the duration was held Saturday night, when the five members re- maining <m the campus B«>t ti gcther and held a wciner r u*t it l.wk. Dallas in honor of three ex " leaving for Notre Dame. Those honored were J a nut.- Nich- olson, Norman Bagwell, and Stan U«y Wilson, Members and their dat< attend tng included Stanley Wilson, laudic Park; James Nicholson, FVrhtt|w for the first time in their history, the campusj Mary Hum, ti. ral.i iMiey. Ka> sororities a«v excluding the annual formal dances from their rush activities. Instead, new ideas along the lines of fish fry**, j ri!1 Marilyn Frceiand; Orville picture show parties, "oprys," and picnics art1 taking thuir Browning,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1943

T ^ - L I Bflviiur U_LC A rmv/ neips /"\rmy Make Movies m ** «< th>- m>t* in Says Interest Is Above Average * *e W IiiUammal i"" wit! takr tk pla<i uf tutu rnlWtfiat*. (MMrtt< at V-ith TV* n th(< vrar, arMWutyng (• H <• irf I'titU- Item'* &R n«l . '<" ha lawn pt -<-.l in ...,1 U„,„r rhxryv « l all Haitian tm n'« ph> ZL JL Z £r faulty- nvm sua^W **mwn m f* i* *!* ** NHICtV tHf*' -f lh. "'* «•*«*- *" •" '>•• ' <"< f*irturv Hint. Ar«.t *«*• > *><"* ,h* *< •'••«* •" (Hy <liAHf thli" hmi.* .VJMIJM* «I«W ( laaamia it* • «*> b«nr Ism* . , _ . ...... and all www atudanta ar '«< uir«i *TTi VT - — '«,h,« tint. •* Art*** ww duti«>« K. writra in a Wt<-i fmwxt*, at* t.! ** )«t n cWCbaWU* W ..nli> film ,;i fatjt.li in tHr iirtiiMm.rft * '" tvr*nfr*«ri i ill In Ik* ftr*t VMI i f !i* 'wi- ll* viplaift* hia .tri>«rtni.'nt ha* applied mu* u> al-xt t*. «kmm pimdhetuws ra «>mr m f W H> «•' H< nvnul « Mw >«f "«• f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1943

J f r r—>——W i The Campus Chat TWKNTY-SEVKNTH YEAH NUMBER :i NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. OCTOBER 8. 194S Z730 TELEPHONE 1242 RING 1 Faculty Names 5 Men, 15 Women to National Who's Who Fall Fine Arts Series Opens Tonight at 8:15 With Pryorized Version of Don Pasquale' Cast of Four Noted Young Singers ft Presents Rollicking Comic Opera Opening on a note of rich music and high comedy, the 1H43-4J fine arts series get* underway tonight at 8:15 with the presentation of Donizetti's "Don Pasquale" in the main auditorium. Presented by the Pryor company, the concertized ver- sion of the famous Italian comic opera will he sung from a rollicking English script translated by Albert Stoessel. Through the media of souk and narration, the sparkling story of| I'•in Pasquale and hi* marital ad- ■ ventures will (>e unfolded on the >1 l«(f«« stage The action concerns the pomp oils old Hon, who disinherited his young nephew, Krnesto, in a fit of anger because the hoy see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1943

V i" PAGE TW p' ■ 'ii-n ' ... ■ ! em The Campus Ch«t CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TKXAS FRIOAV, <* TOBK* . 1943 -•'••--- • — fc Uw of Coilac fctitenwl m Mrun4 in*. «t a r«t owi®. < ft**-* «. MH* ' tAKK IXAMCV iwMSRT* Ura Mm* isnwr J k H rw MtMrxi Walk*' Turn limn Mau t 'Mm* !. ' *wa • - CSMk I.m4 Ca*W l<nn*ht Ii«.t H <". H-1> Wtiute Ant: KmmCIi McAtm th i« M Iftjllii Mantr* !••'««* Tle-ia WH ' •' t*t *a 4rr . *w Jo aunt. a rl stiff An.,.. I..... r UtiMMlM 1 «.r vaamu p«t «mi J t> M n Jt • <4 Tmk lw*r ..ilwwr* I'Fr.. Amot * ' ! A*"'-. !«'-*-'t CttlMMFl*** 1'ntt* IHWfMml W Matftmal •••TV." tin* Mr hn P^vocbkxJ GM'&cte Preis Su<x«rj t(« . Iuim, Minnn h II*.. V. f Friday, October *, 1UM5 Phnfy§4 GitafoA The alarming drop in high *eh«*>l en rullment f< r th<- full term i.* eau*uuf great concern and anxiety ammig odticailoiuii i«aUer « who are aware of th * importance iff hitfh achooi attendance in wur times an well a under normal ciretimHtanciw Many of our ji...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1943

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXAS, KKIDAY. (KTOBKR *, IMS PAGE THKKK !• •>r *i (iy Sorority Rushees Enjoy Gala Entertainment Ranging From Fish Frys to Formal Teas Jane Gibbons, Newly-Organized Club "Sinnae" Elects 0. A. iiitiiid !|^ Ptwidbiit far M Tm Kappas Open Semi-Annual Rush Week Mr*« D. A. Muirh««d .jj With Traditional Sunday Coffee Ruxhws have had a gala wwk an the sororities hon nml them each day with entertainments ranging from a picture-show party, a fish fry. picnic, and "ole' opry", to the more formal rush teas, coffees, and dinners. Favors ran the gamut from lolli|H*ps and pojieorn prizes to rose corsages lending an exciting air to the fall festivals. Kappa* Open Rush Wwli *■ I* iest rush activity of the week th> year with u picture- wiik the coffee given in the erys party given Monday night in tul room of Marquis hall Sunday honor 80 nwhee*. K«ch guest wan morning from ft until 10 by the Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority. Greeting the guests at the door were Mary Jane Jone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1943

'-7: ' ' ''-r $-,■! 'V ®. i! PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. <X.:TOBER 1. 1*43 1 MiHHnHHHMIMMi Inn's Lfat far Ml Stawater nit '.kWTSPKq Nf Student*, C — #rillLu am Wfm L « ma M i # 4 U v. . ., economist rce views Conditions Causing Present World Chaos Juniors, Seniors With "!" Average Again Receive Absence Privileges Or Qua W Dyer, economic ad- vtaor to Ut* iiouth*mi State* Court cil at Naahville, Tenn., addressed student* and faculty mtmberi in Uw library auditorium Thursday, Oct. 7, at 2:30 p.m. Par thirty year a professor if political and tociai economy at Vandarbilt University, Ur Dyer ia an advocate of the Jeffer*oman democracy In hi* addres* here. Music Staff Announcement wa* made thi* k of the «rond fall aemeater dean'* H* . containing th* nanw * of 1 7t junior- ami seniors who have fuifillwrl the required qualification- According to the regulalior set forth in tin- cotla •>■ catalogue. the list include* the nam- nf junior* and seniors "who attended th...

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

1 I the utrit- eretl. and ield tra- ole by i li- st- en - ire." tire ■ . S. lets the D of the tute ices rm, Late e in and ¥ Ml I he Chat TWENTY SEVENTH YEAH NUMBER 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEAHIERS t'OLLEUE. DENTON. TEXAS. (MTOBER I ft. 1948 ZT.'iO 1 TELEPHONE 1242 RING 1 Publications CouncilNtmttMinll, Stiff C.ll.g.H«J. Resni|<f Walter* Prmnt Joint Concert To fmAv*,, Out Editorial Positions C«ihr ttaw On libraries Disney Film Shows Today In Assembly Cartoon Promotes Pan-American Spirit Among Students South of the Border," a Walt Disney cartoon, was the feature of the assembly program this morn- ing. The lo-minute sound and color film wa. made for government purposes anil was presented for I he promotion of closer relation- ship between South American anil North American student*. During the short intermission, « orrine Kami res, Dallas, directed the student body in singing some South American songs, carrying out the good neighbor theme. Next Friday's assembly will be a Who's Who prog...

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

PAGE TWu THE CAMPt'H f'HAT, ItHSlnS. TEXAS. KHIDAY, fKTOBER 15. 1943 Th# Campus Ch*f •. IMS. U llM f'mt WfK s Mates «t tferrk t. I*7 NANCY ROBERT i MtriMMtr Virvima Put nd J 1> Hail Ji > r ftf Tnu i r r* *« A«* I** I'.n MmUr ..I AfriatMi ' ullMKuiti. l'r«*« K*f>r«M>nuo| h A>l rtlsir.|f ]f>- Mmt*i PuvociakxJ fdMidte Preis "The .smart college woman g«>ts h< r*« lf organized and gw* shopping instead of spree spending. The process calls fur intelligence, but it in fun and th*- result* •re both personally satisfying and pro vocative of general approval You re«li\ get your money'* worth when you quit spending and begin shopping." L y n n C hristian, writing in the Oklahoma City University Campus, advocate* planning before buying for college women A< T • ■'America' appointment with dentin,v depends in a Urge measure on our vision and sincere effort to effect an enduring understanding with Russia. Th< degree to which we succeed in gaining an amiable understandi...

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

... 1 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15. 194.1 PAGE THREE Campus Utrwy Oiywiiitioni Entertain With Annua! Teas Honoring Fall Rushees 9*000000000' Apple Polish Made Easy for Students Of Pretty Pilotess' Mary Arden Lodge Provides Setting For Affair Held by Senior Marys Increasing the list of fall rush functions held on tht- vampu*. Senior Mary Ardent and the Junior Current Liter- ature Club entertained thix week with their semi annual rush t«-as Thf Mar> Arden locate provided the setting for the affair held by the Senior Marys, and the CLC entertained at the home of its sponsor. Miss Anna Alford, i Hold Vm tliiiriiy ♦ - J Honoring fall runbee*. the Senior1 Mary Arden Club entertained Wednesday afternoon with a tea at thf lodiff Thf house party in- cluded Mm* Kdith Clark, Mrs. Mary H Wc* on, and the officers of thf club, Velma Kae Batfinan, Fort Worth, president; Mary Jane Josta*. An«on, secretary; Frankie Hill, secretary; Craijr Gammon, Waxahathie, treasurer; and T...

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

■KliUlliH J'f _ THF CAMPUS THAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. ftfTTOBE* IB. IMS ®§S 1' t . . .', •vy College TmI Schedule far Chance Given lor Qualified Men To Receive Specialized Training 1 tout for th«* Army .Specialized Ti avy College Program will take place The ne*t qualifying tent for the Army Specialized Tram- _ Program and the in high *chool# and cotta*** throughout the nation on serve a* Kpecialixtn, technicians and of- forcen for, Hbv. 0, 1948, the War Department announced re cently. The Army-Navy College Qualifying Tent (A 12. V-12) is open to male hi*rh school senior* in their last *eme<«ter and SMMta*. who vfll reach their 17th birthday > «t riot their Bd birthday by March I. 1944 The test will provide an opportunity for the«e men to qualify for training at the college level in field* of study f«ir which the Army and Navy have vital ne«-d- Graduate of the program will fkftrs in the armed .... . •year old* who de*ig ■ preference and « u*llfy record a committee coBipfwed &...

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

The Campus Chat TWENTY-SEVENTH YEA# NUMBER 5 NORTH TEXAS STATE TKACHKRS OOLUKMC. BENTON. TEXAS. tM'TOHKK 22. ltttt Z780 TELEPHONE 1242 RING 1 lie | l l y ||l i If l«-l Arne Hovdesven TIRED SURVIVORS of a sunk merchantman enjoy the hospitality of Inendly Halifa foil t'ollowir.q heif rescue from the frigid waters of the North Atlantic. E« Campbell Scott. ',ho*n at Hie inter of the photograph, was one of 35 when the ship ran afoul of a U-boat torpedo. Torpedoed in North Atlantic, Scott Feels Ready for Another Voyage by Elizabeth Youngblood after waking hi* roommate and t«> do any thinking By the time Damn the torpedoes' Full speed putting on one shoe- he was steep- I reached the end of the 'leek ahead!" mg <n his pants that he rushed she hail broken through the mid- Kven after spending three hourn on deck to see what the real die ami the deck I standing hi the frigid waters of the North trouble was The sound of a tor on was nearly Mi feet out of the Atlantic when his ship was blo...

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

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. IMS The CamputCraf k —mm ■ I. 1 1«. U «*• fa * Ottlr* « Mwh I. IMI P*i aftri i t< Hall it at Tnu InlwnUaaUiU. I 'rum A««.-ntl,.i. of AhwM t <.|ta*k t >'r« bi HattoMl A'tvarttatiiv Marrlr* Iw Mrtntvi Pbsocia fd GoUotMe ^e s ftitbarrtpttun Ktta D«ll «t br Mm I Om (Mhmt Ymr Friday, October 22, 1943 7£u Way ta Goll&f* These are troubled time* for youth They stand at the croMroadu faced by « dozen different Mgnpoat*. each purport ittcr t* "end them in the right direction When the final decision is made, it must be thoughtfully comddered, c a r e f u I I v weighed, for the world of tomorrow in dependent on tha decision of youth today Let's explore the direction pointed out by one signpost: "This way to college." What are the advantages of attending college in this turbulent time? The first great advantage of a wartime college education is that it prepares the student for intelligent, skilled partieipa tion in the wo...

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

I ' 1 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. (MTOBKR 22. 1948 PACiK THREE he- eevy , in ettes yon Van rl in. Hea- y a* rries Tier not ance adu- vint' this for day, sue- np"- 1. ueh ■ in the lie and of om day n Iget. a* M's ical le* hed ii h I • of ur i' icer VB. I It Jap his in if or fi- :ed ten to a lar! pa ige in od- ac inr< of ew injr Uy Ho- rn m er at e ml ut ' Ily •w 1" eH •th or a - it- H* nv he hp h< id k* \c TP wf a ro M- p §- o G*M Ascendb on Dmim As Sororities Take In Cast of Pledgeship of 34 Co-eds CandlelightCeremony Initiates Pledges Into Literary Club Neophytes Take Traditional Oath Monday To Begin Four-Week Session Wartime activities will take the center stage as the annual fall drama of sorority pledgeship begins its four- With the traditional candlelight • week run on the campus this week. With 34 pledges listed t ^wwcriy serving a* the central on the cast of characters, the sorority show will dispense t theme of th. program. ">7 pledge* with the hell-week...

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

ggp.... THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAV, (M IHH1 . IM* Former Eagle Gridsters Wear Colors for Marines This Year Music Faculty Adds Vocalist As Instructor Copp, of th* Cnited ha* bwi added nuik faculty a* at Puiiiwi W. J. McCoAAtll iAMMflfiid thin Sixteen North Texans Take Rugged Physical Training at Louisiana Tech Siateen hu*ky member* of the lf 42 North Tmum State grid teams have cant their lot with the United Stall* Marine* and are now undergoing a rugged mental and physical course at Louisiana Poly technical Institute at Hus- ton, Louisana. They are: Privates Warren H. Smith Jr., Kloydada. James Paul Richardson. Rockwall; Joeeph <iieb Jr.; Daniel Basel Smith. Port Worth; Clyde Roland Roberts, Denton. Jimmie W Jones. Cleburne; Billy Joe Oglesby, Wichita Falls; William Roberts Richardson. Longview; Daltori Lee Criawell, Throckmorton; Glendon (i. Broumley. Cleburne; Tor is year* one of th* prin J« hn William Steailman. Cleburne, Wayne Laird, Haskell, eipal voice teacher* a...

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