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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 March 1932

\ ~\ TIP A Contests are announced. The Handout Published by the Journalism Department of TEXAS W O M A N S COLLEGE Valuable Awards will be given v VOL. 16 FRIDAY, MARCH 18. 1932 NO. 17 College Co-ordina- tion Suggested- by Brabham «7 , Pool Needs of Seven Colleges and Liquidate These Is Plan Discussed. President Tom W. Brabham today discussed present, educational needs of Texas Methodist colleges and uni- versities befoi'e Methodist college presidents at a luncheon in Baker Hotel, Dallas. Jo pool the needft^gp^ftll seven" Methodist schools and- to conduct a staturV-^f campaign toward liquida-w tion of'indebtedness, President Brab- ham said would be the most effective means to remove present disabilities. The drive must have the unified sup- port of every institution if it is to be successful, he said. Hw^further proposed that there be only Mie president for the' group of schools, and suggested making the dean the chief executive on each campus. This would save the church thousands o...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 March 1932

«? Page Two The Handout Official student newspaper pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, second fl&r Admin- istration Building. Entered as second-class matter, Oct. 16, 1931, at the postoffice Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March" 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.55 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief, Hollyce Marie Riddle Associate .Editor Agatha Gandy Reporters—Sara Lane Martin, Fran- ces Crain, Catherine Smalley, Betty Hinton, Bessie Lee Walker. Published under the direction of the Journalism Department. THE HANDOUT Friday, March 18, 1932 Anyway it won't be long! The seniors are all excited over what the next two months hold in store for them, the sophs are anxiously await- ing Fish Day while the juniors sit tight and look on. Then there are Student officer petitions that have to be handeci in. Just lots of"thing§ to do before that long looked-for M spring recess—by that time it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 March 1932

Friday, March 18, 1932 THE HAN I) O I? T Page Three Ferguson, Halliday Histt",r^i"f„Cs°ti; Junior Attendants turning Study of Gamma Omricon Juniors completed plans for Junior Day and elected May Fete attend- ants at a recent meeting. Miss Mary History of Costuming is the subject which the members of Gamma Omi- e/on are studying this semester. The Ferguson and Miss Mfczie Halliday, ^r^'ram Wednesday afternoon began attendants at the Hallowe'en CarnU val, were elected duchess and lady- in-waiting for the May Fete. Miss Reba Barnes, physical educa- tion major, was- elected Junior base- ball captain by a unanimous vote. The dining room program postpon- ed until March will be presented in both Ann and Mulkey Hall and will be directed' by Miss"*Lynriette Stokes and, Miss Mary Ehna Eudlow. Committees for other future class activities were appointed. For the sunrisgXbreg^faSt, April 5 honoring th£ ^sewiors. Miss Marue Trostle, chairman, Miss Mary Lou Hammond, MisssRuth Miller, Xtiss .Jesse ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 March 1932

Page Four THE HANDOUT Friday, March 18, 1932 Mrs. Estes Makes Debut in New York Soon Virgean England Estes, iftfctructor in piano on leave of absence from Texas Woman's College, will make her formal New York debut in Town Hall, Tuesday, itfarch 29. Mrs. Estes is well known in Texas musical circles and is one of the So.uthwest's most brilliant pianists. She is a graduate of Chicago Musical College and is a scholarship pupil of Percy Grainger. She has studied with Mme. Maria Cerreras and this past season has been coaching with Edwin Hughes of New York City. She has been the soloist for the Eu- terpean Music, Club in its Sunday musicals at the Texas Hotel and has been first violinist in the "Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra the past three years. iJrs. Estes will fill a number of' professional engagements in N eft- York following her Town Hall con- cert. On her return to Fort Worth, she will be presented in recital by the Fort Worth Junior League and will give concerts through the South- w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 April 1932

* Do ya feel Warmish? Published by the^ournaliam Department of TEXAS W O M A N S COLLEGE Is Up! VOL. 16 FORT WORTH, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1932 NO. 18 Who They Are PERSONALITY SKETCHES. Tiny raindrops splash upon the window sill and Jar away an out- " bound train rumbles over its w#t, iron tracks. It is only a matt^fcf a few weeks until we, too, shall Slur- ried along stefel rafts, perhaps there will be raindrops, or, even .imaybe the " silver radiance of a June mow. Be- fore -we go, perhaps yqu'rt like to "" know something about us . . . while there ar<5 still April showers tjnd the tickets home to be bought. There is Ladene Sdiiveley, a wist- ful flower of an old DOuquet, or, is sh§ really a scampering March hare? Mary Ferguson, who -practices teaching in the afternoon and de- clares that she is "cut out to be a school marm." Mardilla Taylor, playing excferpts of "Ave Maria" in a tiny studio at dusk. Jimmie Squyres, one of our few platinum blonds, and whose hobby is playing t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 April 1932

Page Two THE HANDOUT Friday, April 29, 1932 The Handout Transformation- Official student newspaper pub- lished by the Student Association Of Texas, Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, second floor Admin- istration Building. Entered as second-class matter, Oct. 16, 1931, at the postoffice Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879." Subscription Price -.$1.55 per year EDITORIAL STAFF -*■ Editor-in-Chief..Hollyce Marie Riddle Issue Editor Sara Lane Martin Associate Editor ... Jimmie Squyres Reporters—Mazie Halliday, Marue Trastle-, - Mary Ferguson, Florence Fermier, Mary Elma Ludlow, Malvin Morton, Frances Crain. BUSINESS STAFF .1i Jwr' Monk, Sue Dewees, Ladene Schiveley. ' , « , j, ; _ EPIDEMIC FEARED, Th* sweet season of the year, so often eulogized by poet &nd musician, is close at hand. Not only is its ap- proach heralded by -the • w'SuTrier ! weather, the bursting of leaf and^ flower into bloom, the singing of birds, a(>d ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 April 1932

32 I ew tst' 80 ind ter •an r," IV- e'll nd kg, Friday, April 29, 1932 THE HANDOUT Page Three of 2W « )W to he I'd in j K, P- to id. en te to id GREYHOUNDS AND EAGLES ON A FISHING TRIP THEY AREN'T FUNNY BUT THEY'RE CLEAN ■nj> "Well, now, I guess I'll have to wear my pajamas to class, my dresses have all been carried off by the dogs," said a little Star. "Well, you're lucky to have any pa- jamas," ansWbKed another member of, , good "pairs,- one blue and one green, and now they are NOT!" the Constellation, "I' only had two, "I'll tell you what—zzzz, bbbb, zbzbgb, ss." "Oh, no, tsk, tsk, sh." "Yes, but, bzz, zzz, bss." ; 1 "Oh, goodie, now. Let's go!" They had hardly turned the corner when two Greyhounds struck the trail. . The,.latterastood in the «tme spot and put their noses together. * "Didja get.'um?'" "All I could find. IVe just made a fine raid; seven dresses from Anna Belle. I couldn't go through it all but I can depend on assistance from the Eagles. Then when I think of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 April 1932

Page Four THE HANDOUT Friday, April 29, 1932 Sportorials Now that the baseball season (for T. W. C.) is over and straw hati have firmly planted themselves on the heads of the majority, sports are be- coming less exerting. Horseshoe pitching, bowling and track games have come into light. Tennis, of coarse, probably has the most followers, as it is now the ma- jor sport—but those that are novices at tennis try their skiH on horse- shoes and bowling. Each afternoon .the gym resounds with the rumble of balls tossed in the bowling. ;alley, -and outside, the ring of rh'etal .shoes offer competition to humming bees and spring flies. _ —,—<>—; .. "I think that I shall never see, A poem lovely as a tree; A tree?whof^.hungry month is prest Against the earth's sweet flowing breast; > A tre§ that looks at God all day And lifts her leafy arms to pray; A tree that may in summer Wear A nest of robin's in her hair; Upon whose bosom snow has lain, Who intimately lives with rain, Poems are m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 May 1932

The Handout Published by the Journalism Department of X A S W O M A N a C ent of I EG E VOL. 16 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1932 NO. 19 Sophomores Fill Their Week With .. Many Activities Class Attends Polytechnic Methodist Church in Body. "Greyhound Race" Run on T.W.C. Track "Ladies and gentlemen! Introduc- ing the famous entries in the Sopho- more Greyhound Race held on T. W. C. tracks,* Wednesday, May 4, 1932." Thus sang the timekeeper, starter, and master of ceremonies, Frances Whitaker, as she introduced the grey- Sounds in the Sophomore chapel pro- gram. Dressed in symbolic greyhound cos- tumes of blue and gray, the entries of the race, Helen Thurston, Lathia Benton, Mildred Tomme, iSunlce Mub- slewhite, Ila Steele Patterson, and Elizabeth Hughes were brought out by Erna Karback. Lola Hall and Christine Bynum, t'he trainers. Line-up. The line-up was as follows: No. i. Gray Lady, owned by Mary Hamilton. No. 2. Sir Reynolds, owned by Jean- ette Dennis. No. 3. Margot, owned ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 May 1932

Page Two THE HANDOUT Friday, Ma^ 6, 1932 The' Handout Official student newspaper pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, second floor Admin- istration Building. * Entered as second-class matter, Oct. lfi, 1931, at the postoffice Fort Worth, Texas, under the -Act of March 3, 1879. MISS BOLI! Fifteen enthusiastic rahs for Miss Boli! For her sportsmanship, her en- thusiasm, and her pep, there is no equal. She has be^n everything and even more than that to the Sopho- mores this>year, and she has made a place in every soph's heart that no one else will ever fill. To you, Miss Boli, we wish to express the highest of appreciation and thanks and loyal- ty always. . "Success, haawness. and MUie Subscription Price.. .*1.55 per year a thin*s we widWor you! EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief.'.Hollyce Marie Riddle Issue Editor Bessie Lee Walker Reporters: Flo Ella Garden, Avonel Myrick, Elva Wright, Helen Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 May 1932

Friday, May 6, 1932 ' «> " Mary Hamilton Is "Perfect Pattern" Sophomores Say Senior? Yes, in fact, none other han the "Student Body President," but underneath that long, dignified iitle, we find just plain, dear, lovable Mary/ A senior is expected to be reserved and very dignified, but not so with Mary. Sure, she holds her own, and all that, but her dignity isn't what wo usually think of a drawnout stiff dignity. It might perhaps b^alled a friendly spirit. From a SOPH'S idea of a "Big Sister," we think that Mary is the Perfect Pattern." She is sympa-. letic, willing (o listen to our cares and troubles, ready to advise and ■lp, and is always thinking of some- Uiing nice to do air the time. Every- ne else comes first with Mary. And now, what iTmre^^outd we want in a Big Sister. Nothing is the answer, Mister, nothing. A stranger might ask, "Is this Mary you speak of an all round girl, and what is it you see in her to bring forth all those praises.". "All round, well, we hope to tell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 May 1932

Page Four THE HANlfftUT Friday, May 6, 1932 Faculty-Seniors Entertained May baskets were presented to the Faculty and Seniors Monday morning at 6 o'clock. A basket was carried to Margaret Morgan. These were little May dolls dressed in blue and silver with bluebonnet wreathes around them. The committee was: Emma Lorice., Anderson, chairman. Work- ing with her was Frances Burns and EuitiCe Musslewhite. COURTSHIP. Come, put your head upon my breast, He murmured with a sigh * But if your make-up spoils my vest I'll soak you iri the eye. Come, put your ruby lips to mine,. He pleaded with his dear, But if I get a taste of paint ■ I'll swat you in the ear. Qouth he: "I loved „vou tenderly, 1 thot you chic and cute, And then it chanced I saw you in A one-piece bathing suit." * CARL VENTH. Whatever trouble Adam had, No man in days of yore Could say when he had told a joke, I've heard that one before. ire nam KWH * cooo ALL WEEK Starting Saturday No Advance in Prices AS GREAT A ROMANCE AS WAS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 May 1932

V? Hail and Farewell •VOL. If, The Handout Published by the Journalism Department of TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE FORT WORTH TEX AS, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1932 Luck to You All NO. 20 MAY FETE TONIGHT Commencement Address to Be Made Bv G. E. Hamilton President Brabham to Present the Degrees and , Awards. Hon. G. E. Hamilton, Matador, /ather of Miss Mary Hamilton, who man of the Polytechnic Methodist has been president of the student body this past school year, will de- liver the main address at the com- mencement exercises to be held in the fine arts auditorium ^onday evening at £ ff'clock, at which time twenty-two candidates will be pre- sented for degrees. Guy Richardson Piiner will play the processional march, "B Flat Ma- jor" by Faulkes. Dr. W. H. Cole- (Continued" on Page 3) o r—*— ' " Rev. Mr. Fisher To Deliver '32 Baccalaureate .. t. _ " Baccalaureate sermon will be de- livered by Rev. Virgil H. Fisher to- morrow at 11 o'clock in the Poly- technic Methodist Church. Seniors, -members of* t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 May 1932

■<t Page Two THE HANDOUT The Handout Official student newspaper pub- lished by th« Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular schfcol year, at Fort Worth. Office, second floor Admin- istration Building. Entered-as second-class matter, Oct. 16, 1931, at the postoffice Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.55 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief.-Hollyce Marie Riddle Issue Editor Bessie Lee Walker Reporters: Flo Ella C'arden, Avonel Myrick, Elva Wright, Helen Thurs- ton. ^ BUSINESS iJTAFF Martha Graves and Lathia Benton. MY WELCOME HOME! DAUGHTERS! Welcome home, my daughters!. Your Alma Mater bids you welcome. Through her halls and along her walks she bids you stroll once again to greet jfgur old and newer friends. The leaves of the trees and buahas are a little brighter; the colors of the flowers are a little clearer; the songs of the birds a. little sweeter; the breezes a litte softer because you have come home....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 May 1932

Floy- Elv ledsoe, Hico; Eliza- Kate Ros- Sil- nters; Eliza- But- dette, dams. :e r Saturday. May 1932 History of (Continued from Page One) quainted party—I believe they like us a little better now. Sat. night—Sept. 15. Mr. Old Girl, the student body pres- ident married Miss New Girl, Helen Dorsey, and they had real brides- maids and flower girls -and a sure 'nuf reception afterwards too. I al- most fell for the groomsmen—my, but they were good-looking! Sunday! Did I pull a big one? 1 wished I could have vanished into space. I had heard about the Handout, the school paper, so this A. M. when 1 heard the girls talking about getting their Handouts at noon 1 was awfully thrilled and so as not to appi%r dumb I says— "My, but they sure do things fast around here to have a paper out al- ready—" and after a while we go by a table of paper sacks and everybody takes one and gives me one, but still I didn't see no paper and so I says, "Where do they keep the Handouts?" and a soph winked and sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 May 1932

/ t'Bge Four Txwoco Appears; Answers Questions The TXWOCO has become, figura- tively, Mary's little lamb for it fol- lows her to class each day and makes each Mary say, "Won't you write in my annyul?" Tfce TXWOCO made its appearance las^. week in comely blue and gold ^binding with a marked "modern girl" air Snd some smart new features, but inside the covers it was the same TXWOCO. The beauty section s« isfied many pent up desires to learn the repre- sentative girls, the smile girl, and to see if the Freshman queen wore the • same crown as on the day of her cor- Officers of Student Body Are Installed (Continued from t'age One.) sell, Lubbock, treasurer. Miss Morton belongs to the Hughes West Texas Club, Press Club, YWCA Student Volunteers. She was presi- dent of the Thespian Club this year, and was vice-president of her -class last year. Class of '34. Miss Frances Whitaker was re- elected as president of the class of '34, having served as president of the sophomore class this past ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1932

I o. : * ' ATTEND • . Rl'SSLAN PLAYS DEC. 1 e I ' • \ 17. the handout 't V y " Puh!tshed by tin* S&utlvfi| ASHpcintiOn of y TEXAS WOMA N,'S C O L L EGE FORT WORTH, TEXAN, 8ATI RUAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1932. *** * ' ■ nVTAKVlfWIj IAI ATTEND RCS81 AN PWV8 DEC. 1 ~ Pres. r.w. Praises Standard of I.W.(.to(Dnfcrence At tlhe Northwest Texas Metho- dist Conference at Amarillo, Novem- ber 12, Tom W. Brabham, president of Texas Wo"'Vj College, spoke of the high standaiu.- "of T. W. C. "We do not permit girls attend- ing our institution to smojce," he declared. "'Some have come ! have smoked, but as soon as we: Gu&ory Stepono^rtch Smirnov. Miss Russian Plays Announced For Thursday, Dec. 1 Thespians Will Hold Tag Day Nov. 30, 31 The Thespian Club .will present three one-act plays on Thursd ay, De- cember 1, at 8 o'clock, in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The r'ays are, "The Bear", a iaroe, setting in the horn.' of a R'l.ssian land owner and the characters :ire Gloria Ivanovna Poaqva, Miss Ruth Hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1932

Saturday Novembtf 19, IQ32 Jf • THE HANDOUT THE HANPOUT Jtfc. ^Official student newspaper published by the Student Association ot ♦ Texas Woman's College semi-monthly in the regular schlS§>1 year, A Fort ■Worth. Office first floor Administration Building. • 4 1 a , i Subscription Price , J1.00 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ; Sara Lane Martin Associate Editor — Mazie Halliday Associate Editor ._ r-Mary Elma Ludlow . Junior Associate E<fitor ' ■--- Frances Craiu Society editor _ Maxine Shaw- Sports editor Elizabeth Waggoner Literary editor 1 Lucille Hammack Humor editor 1 , Zelma Rhodes^ Feature editor Mazie kalltday Fine Arts editor-Tl__' Hortense Fox Exchange editor Florence Fermler Circulation editor Wilmina Sa'isbury Reporters: Madeline Ely, La Vada Baze, Martha Jean Stanley, Lucille Hammack. , $ Typist „ Wilma Barnett BUSINESS STAFF Manager Martha Graves Assistant Manager Zelma pRhodes Assistant Manager Maxine Shav* PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE ' JOURNALISM DEPART...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1932

~i¥ / TMj HANDOUT •aaBaesian " ■ j SOCIETY Boaz-Benbrook Hall To Hold Open House Tonight - A Spanish theme will be cabled | p Q Q Thursday out at Boaz-Benbrook Hall Open , A ' House to be1 held tonight. The par- . At thg Panther CUy club fteetjlng lor will be decorated with Spanish "Thursday November 10, Miss Matil- pottery, •woven table runners, and Mason was electea volleyball cap- Spanish shawls. A program of tajn Spanish songs and dances will be j After the customary luncheon, | given and hot tamales and chili will • j£ja8 Joyce Henderson presented ri be served. , program in which Miss Kitty Mor- Guests bidden from q.ther dormi- | gan Ann Howell, Wiltefe Utley, Av- tories are: Miss Naomi Watson, Miss ; onej Echols, and Lois Craig poetical- Mary Hatailton, and Mis Wanda jy revealed their reasons for being King. I unwed. Those serving on' committees are: j Greetings The Handout extends birthday greetings to— Miss Blanche Groves, Nov. Miss Mazie Halliday, Nov. 24. Miss Lucille Har®...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 November 1932

v Saturday, November 19,193? ■u> Bf tMe handout Miss Adams Secretary To President Brabham Dr. Brabham has* a new. secretary. She is Mrs. Pearl Adams from Arna- rillo During her twelve years resi- dence in AmariHo, she was secretary in an attorney's office. Mrs. Adams said she thought there was a fine group of girls on the campus. She is very enthusias- tic over her new work and is eager to" make friends with everyone. Mrs. Adams is Mrs. Law Sone's motjher and she has been staying with Mrs. Sone since her arrival. How- on the second flow at Dan Waggon- ever, nfxt week she will be at horn" er Hall. - • -• - ——~o W.A-A. Names Hockey Varsity Squad The varsity hockey team has been j named The- team Was chosen by the W. A. A, Council, with Miss Do j Rema Parker as advisor. Team- work and individual play were points considered: The following made the team: First tMm: Bully, Miss Anna Belle Marvel; Inner Forwards, Miss Fran- Volleyball Season Opens; Ca^ains Are Elected o V olleyball seas...

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