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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1927

r * I. .,JH —— wwk. criti- [|u«nce tlClHwi rffort* result g ues ut the OBe's llsisw, i hieve- still. thing for a j flop, j comte j woeld: u «i w m i W SLIME SNIGGERS ,WL' MATTII Low MI%L£NDork Hurray! We'r going to have a pic- nic. "We" means the Chat staff. There may not tx< so many Snigger next time. Do not get the wrong imp re* sion. The Editor doe not consider, for it moment, cutting down the bulk of this particular form of entertain- ment and intellectual uplift.. Peggy knows that, while only the faculty and the Fish are capable of grasping the full significance of the illumina tion fhat spontaneously emanates from this Slime's pen. thoae two groups from what it by far the moat important half of the student body-- and tike t'ac&lty Bat we never found it in our hearts t<> work unless re mum'rut ion was forthcoming. Up to this timc-the Editor has been spurring jut on U> better (a* regard* length) things by telling us that when we had finished four six-pager*. why ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1927

CONDITIONS IN HONDURAS RULES ISSUED AS TO f ARE OF PROPERTY HERE furniture and oihv itipment have • • DISTINCT CASTE SYSTEM PREVAILS HF 0 IW Lfc. | ! been stolen frtMM *ouu- of the buildings on the campus, supplier have been taken and some of t4 e material hah. i from time to Mute, bwi? materially damaged through rough uaage Pro- I bably this petty thieving uiui damage I (Ail property ta not chargvuble to tu ARK RELATED BY STUDENT or iTrucuva Dsn A nrttw^ STATEMENTS REGARDING RE CENT DEPREDATIONS AND LOSSES IN THE COLLEGE Ck t ' "The aroma from the boiled left animal life i* abundant. Many va- hind foot of a water bufalc or a moun- rietiea of trees grow there, including I tain cow U tare car* for cold* ac mahogany and ther semi-tropioal *" ''.r " **•* ot cording to the popular belief of the 'hardwood trees. Whew the land ha. the h Vf wc"rrt',i fcMwte" K te W°o* not been cleared, jungle* eslat. Some | * ^^*^1.^ pZ student of the College, and a former of the animals found there an- wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1927

rd P. whM *■ to VS70iV4 HCALS imb. M D I jno, and |M >r«fully|M ranty SUM Residl I EH, M. D. I MMM Ma M i|J|S IN, A. B, if a, Ear, Noj mat I rnsctly Fitt I) Waie> Heuidij ■ «W I'MK ™ uan iilir Official (wood I iTSTS j VKK, UE?| d Dlagno* L and ROl well, D. Dm uwell, l>. I irkan HIdK le 341 ND DOW .' >. D. S. ain D. D. P rKK- \ N l> inson .ilK III 'flrrxt- Mary Ande> To dive < Prof/ram ami the head of the ""J Aft., nuvnv utvd with mystery. the yfipW* her mistake. plexitk'* of the Chin** natton. hM . per*nH £ . . Hall W>|tefl| with *"£JZZZ£ Shadow River,- a tbiritttalMJ* 0 H, **. about he ha,. U «• ^.^LSS: and a THE SASTKE Hutledg*. lh* . Dixie" *n<' **** * 0k> on outdoor life i* the writum a boA about th j life in hi* favorite hau coaatal pUin • <'"« , Swum .which D* ,)Ub\i he<i ilu;: "CbiWren of Swamp Archibald !"l)ay* Of I charming h I South, aaimal the Caw lanfes* „-„-_..IL. vM,; i 1BRARY HAS 45 NEW VOLUMES Japanese Added Collection Museum a-SS5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1927

SOCIETY-CLUBS J MARYS TO STUDY " POETRY a in BOMl RCOMOMICf GIE8TS ;FAHKtH COUNT? STUDENTS entertained with luncheon Have social meeting Mi The home economic girls of the Tht fist social meeting of the Demonstrjitu.il Cottage eatartainad Parker County Club was held in the yesterday vmh s buffet luncheon at College Club House Monday evening ambers of the JMary Aideti Club held their rsfnisr m sating at the Mary Ardan Lodfce, Monday evening •t 7 o'clock. The rail call was an- swered by th* mm of Texas pio- SYUD lirSSALN DISCUSSES EAST AND WEST IDEALS NOVEMBER 13-18 ARE DATES EOR J Continued from Pag* n JB* Classes of lgnorenc. Lillian I'arriil has as iter Mr*. Edward F. ViiH-wint'H, Indtuitu, wh" w. the winter in Denton. J ., , __ .JB: BWPIP- Pi ® -Pi -Hi_ —PPBB1"4 ^ lh«- Parliamentary tew * Mr> t -*ri ii«C«wk*. Mitt November 7 The hosted. ,.f the ':lven' i" order to promote gWi Brasher*, and Wm Olivia evening ware Ethel Ruth Etttoheson ^£2 Perryman were guests and Willie Mae Hines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1927

VOLUME Xll NNfl TEXAS STATE TIACIttl COLLEGE IHINTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER li . 11*27 NUMBER 9 PAGEANT ON GOOD rMmr„ Andvrmm BOOKS GIVEN TO I STUDENT BODY f« Give Organ I')of/rum Sunday The weokly organ recital will bt> given in the auditorium Hun- day afternoon. November 80, at i> o'clock by Mary Anderson. professor of muaic. The following program will he presented: Ora pro nobis, l.iszt (brought to Lisst from Joni—I—); Pastorale, Gull- inant; Ave Maria, Bossi; Minu- etto antico e Musetta, Yon; Melody, ('ha*. (J. Dawes; Scher- ■jmo, Rogers; A Pastoral Suite, inducting Sunrise, Rustic Dance and Sunset, Thanksgiving, by Clifford Demarest. TO BE GIVEN FREE DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL PRE- SENTS "BOOKS FOR VOL' AND ROOKS FOR ME" IN KEEPING WITH "GOOD ROOK WEEK" The main feature of assembly Tuesday morning was a pageant, "Rooks For You and Books For Me,"' presented by the pupils of the Demon- stration School and the T. C. High School The entire program was in keeping with the Book W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1927

THE ( AM PI'S CHAT —— —■ s. ms i *• - rr*.rr im omw N *w. OMU M imuti ,*uii btiicoujcuti ruitt association MM b a«Mte «i at t. d hall. Jr. *• Hartk T«a MS. T. C Exchange* Before many weeks. now it will to enter ip«' St*U> OffttnruAl Content- Slufti Daniel Bsker hss not ukw part i*i that work. Aren't there three or four boye in wshool who would like to enter? The < ■•Hog***. Aren't there several in this College I who would like to enter t Hi - coataet : We haHrv* in oratory, and wi; like to see school* train their iu l« t-« along this Une. When we were in the grain- mar krrsdea we were offered the priri- lege of taking public stpeaking. but we hooted at the idea because we thought it was t H sissy >!ow we regret it very much, l ec«u*o we w •hat we need it If it should befall *ur lot to make a public address. we would just make a flop of it. that's all. In the first place we would be scared stiff. We have never over rome stage fright; we acquired it when we said our verse at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1927

■€ SLIME SNI6GEM 1 1 ' ■* *!m-" IIP MATTII Lou Muujcnmnui =:l ■ • ^ho wa* it «n wl the Fish were mmmt And who was il said they looked that way? l<a*t wtwk one of the freshmen boya decided to ch*ii|fe his hoarding place, and war given a Hat ol boy's boarding house* by Dmii Burk. He took him bonom friend, and together they approached one of the pim«-« on the liirt- "Do you keep boy*?" anked Charlie Wood, Preahman president of the Grayson County CUb. "Yen", replied the landlady. •■May I see th« rooms?" When the landlady replied in the affirmative, the boys want to the room* indicated by the woman, and found two which owing to their attic-like appearance, they judg- ed to be occupied. Wood made an observation to that effect, and the landlady affirmed hia judgement. ■But 1 wiint«d to rant a room", Wood objected. •Oh", the landlady said. "I thought yon WW tip Impartnr. Mr. Burk Maid he would send one around every month, and I thought you were a new EAGLES ENGAGE TIGERS IN FINAL GAME TH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1927

Chatter About T. C. H. S. II VM in By 1 MMNMNNMHMM in the absence of th*} The committor selected two rings f Wayne Donihoo. Wal-from p*ch firm, •ad after much dia- idor. Hood waa h* chairman of * *' nKgina, aalecusi a ring from progenia committee. Mr Brenholt* Yarbrough display {requaatad that the social eonsmittae mwt Thursday at 4 o'clock in tlx loftier to plan a (octal Vol* was ! taken and it was decided to 01 vkhkh will bo | kurumrn Am CwmKmi ukeri and it wti <tocid*d to argmni** T c H s 1lM Jwdar and Senior High School s *tudent". literary club .n the High ' ' . ' " " met joinUy and decided to School. The aaaembly alao decided f ' The foreground of the mounting will have an Eagle surrounded by bar#, on fNA' fn~'INHn ant the data of the un the thanks of S( K^lETi—CLUBS t HFMIl AL SOCIETY HAS PIN DESIGNED IIIES 01.I B FOR LATIN STIDENTS ORGANIZED consolidated at'to hold their meeting* in afternoon ,L .!? the ring, Hon* head will be engraved! vbo,lt D0Kf of th«' w H Twenty-four...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 November 1927

n ———— •— ——- VOLUME XII NORTH TK \AS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1927 NUMBER 10 YUCCA SALES CAMPAIGN WILL OPEN DECEMBER 1 STAFF TO GIVE 1 HOUR PROGRAM NEXT TUESDAY SALES FORCE WILL MEET NEXT MON DAY Bl SI N ESS M AN AG- EN EXPECT* SALE OF 1.000 THIS YEAR An organisation of thirty salesmen divided into two teams of fifteen persons will launch the annual Yucca sales campaign on the campus Thursday, December 1, according to Duncan Robinson, business manager. The campaign will extend over a period of two week* and will close on December 18. The team* will repre sent the colors of the College, one will be known as the "Greens" and the other as the "Whites." Salesmen Meet Monday The tales forces have been partially organised for several weeks hut there I will be a meeting of all person* who) with to sell the book in the Manual Art* building Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock, Robinson stated. A free copy of the annual will be given to those selling twenty copi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 November 1927

rtn THE CAMPUS CHAT - fattest And Best ALONG THE WAY By Duncan Robinson know your real faults or he could H. just. Personally. we prefer unjusi criticism to the other kind. ■Ml bf UM I % MM Ommm <3>«t, > -41 J* LEHMAN'S "DUSTY A N'SWKHS" BY ROBERT HAMMOCK .. |r.r m Aim. !< K4il«t hiMrta Mlot K*riMWir >-4M*r - Marg*re! M H> K4.l.r f«r . ■nan Irtrn l«Wl 14*rtin. KUr.lwMK H.,«t M.,tu«n, Tkm> giiOirt. KllmWtfc WaMhw*^. WMMl N«*toti. n> M>lton irt raWU Mattr* r6*. Mart ASSISTANTS—(likrln *• ■. CMI Ifenrtkr HMn. atTia im PmHm* MKUHKk X raj cxas nrraacoLxaciATK EM ASSOCIATION Mm* o< tk* Nona Tm t Twlan CollM* J . B. HALL. 3t. ■taowslat aa4 Traasnvhy mmm* WJ SSS. T. C .SlattM TTXA: *.<s « AN OPPORTUNITY The eleventh annual membership roll call of the American National Bad Crow that began November 11 Thuraday, November 24. This ign afforded every college stu- of the nation an opportunity to endorse the Red Crosa movement and to participate in it* acivities th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 November 1927

— L~ SPORT A OCRS T^l 'a/- G-OSH ft' • I ■ ' r J>-SH ) #■ When the irun popped at Which hmhir day before ye*u««Uiy to end the Trinity khiiic, the K air lex «-l< theil tlu'ir football claws unit put them away in moth ball*. But that Eagle outfit brought out a stronger net, we hope, for the sport of the- little* uteel ring. Although Go h does predict a mighty nice football t m for 1928, he i not b«MHtinR a* to the banket- bttll team for thitt season immediately ahead. Moanting or even uti*ruurtt>"ii prediction# are unwise. OCRS Demoatration High Lion# are getting away to a nice start in their basketball schedule. Laat week theKe Lions doubled the Krum High five and Tuesday night made it two by cleaning the Ponder team 25 to 21. Coach Margrave seem* to have hi* material fairly well in hand, and it look* like he will be right out in front all Keauon. Hubert Brown coaches the Krum delegation and Gumming!), last year Eagle, the Ponder crew. Both had smooth working machines. —OCRS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 November 1927

— I if s IK k SCJC1ETY—CLUBS /'(mortals \ I In Ma. j(f hit wood of Haskell, a fo 1 me.r studeut in tin College, spent , me Thanksgiving in lienton TH* . Charlie Smith is her* visiting hi* 8- Jo" jbrut hei S harlot Smith. • ftudk'nt at j L n«l« BRANDING IRONS ARE SENT TO COLLECTION COWBOY POET TALK# AT PI GAMMA MU MAKES MARY ARDEN MEETING PLANS FOR PROGRAMS ! the College. At; a meeting the Pi liamma Mu ' The Mary Ardent held their regular zryJttEmtSTt* ** -* - JE •*> «- of a beauty spot in Teaas. Follow mi this. the evening study, a diacusaioti of Mm work* of Mr*. Karl Wikwn Baker, a leaa* poet, was given. tunon in th< Yucca- it wa* al*i> de • cided that the regular mauttag night of the society would he held >m tlu> third Twidi) in each month. The meat meeting, however, will 1* heid December 6f a? which lime a ugh the kindness of ©lifford cs, manager the Spur Farm far S. M Swen sou and sans f Spur, Texas, the Historical Collet tio of the C<M*m Mwuivod on No- Paultiw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1927

\ III.I Mb XII ik V,,J " } £g LJ -rr-—: NORTH TKXAh STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON, 1EXAB MTVUAT, i h< EMBER I. 1M7 Nl >lhtK 11 TALONS TO STAGE ANNUAL FIFTY-FOUR ARE JUBILEE SHOW TUESDAY HAMILTON WILL DIRECT-MUSIC College Calendar ENTRANCE FEES Saturday, December 3 III A I/O nrr ri I nrr 7:16—Conway Tearle in "Moulder* of 1 LAlo Dill 1 All I Comedy, and Metiv,-(,old- wya-Mayer News in Auditorium Mamie Smith at the Moller Organ, 7:30—Open House at the College Club. PROGRAM FEATURES BAND, QUARTET, GIRL DUET. SOLO- IST, SAXAl'HONE QUARTET, 8:00 Kout-liad Prom at Ham*. Gym I. AND MYSTERY PLAY The annual jubilee program of he Talons Club will br presented in the auditorium Tuesday night, December 6, at 7:30 o'clock. There are forty-five members of the Talons Club and all of them are working on the program, under the direction of Mark Hamilton of the reading department, The program that has been planned la divided into three parts, The Col- lege band directed by Floyd Graham, will pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1927

01 CAkPUS CHAT — * the "t idonu of this College, uixi the IMS «taff Have worked to make tki« year's Yucca a stiK better one. IW coal 'hat ha* been set is to hava awry student of the Collage raps- vented "and haw a book that can be truly called "Everybody's Book" | Every effort has beer, made to reach J0}m tlmkiriCb Latest And Bent ALONG THE WAY Bv OVMCAN Robinson immkm w u- <d tfc* iwik tmm Ow> Cut (MrM m Smtrf Clmm M Mutet ai wk* Ml Uw . *•*. . isi* (..**>1 ua CM*I, Om V«er- mil luacuU Kiwi 831 UM HaaulKa MIUI F..f r« k-«.t«r M|>*ru Ha Mit Iw Www Mtm.rn , Cse — Csseweb L t <f ( Hirr.«* .jwi *.< «• UKrOKTEll*—*.rtrm 4 B«a> . DmsUw J* *• ><. *• .« JteaUBeth. U.W1 Mew**, U>M fcUrtw, U SeU« Xmm«4 KUukM* h** a^.tm. IM. W «tl rr 4. l*«r«IU N u>«. I r ABSISTAKTS—Ck*rl« B «. CetU J«rS«. [xr.it) Mm. Blwe Wmm (Utsfcfe TKX AM U.TKBCOJLUM.iATk i'iuu a**ociatii>n thu mark. Than to make a atll: hotter sucokk, tha Yucca staff mad® it their aim 10 sell 1000 aatf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1927

■HBHHHI * i tz*. SPORT OCKS &y CrOSH MCMURRY INDIANS WIN I FIRST FLAG FOR ABILENE Chatter About T. C. H. S. By UAHCL Kowamm The McMv the T. t A for the imii finished up ii Co ilan #Xt to last plttCk . though our Denton team did not ■ time, it lost only three mbocI tilt* and tied two Commerce, a: in our part of the state, took last j place by vlrllli > f losirift five ' and (wing tied once. A.C.C. pulled the Eagto « Mnt «f 1826 und went up toj Canyon for a nice drubbing which boa thetn out of the flag when they figure on annexing the game with ease. j —OCKS— You remember when Daniel Baker was headed for that championship right at the beginning of the Mason. Nobody thought of the Indians. Dan- iel Baker won two games, lost two. and was tied once. One of the teams that surprised the works was Sain Houston. Hardly rating at beginning of the season, the Bearkats wound up the season with three wins and one loss. Canyon, too, at first considered low because of the first two games lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 December 1927

I SOCIETY —CLUBS MARYS «*ILL CONTINUE STUDY OF TEXAS POETS Personals IDES CLUB HAS PICNIC FOR LATIN STUDENTS HISTORY SOCIETY HAS PLANS FOR MUSLUM Apprc-J..mutely ktu<J*atr jrat •. ]< L .lurmty Novacabttr 28, urn oar to the Boy Idaa Club picnic. Richard Manju • w. y-fiv« Latin front of the mday afternoon, ra tranaporaad in it Camp for the HII ociety had * the Idi tout who tad the party, left various igT>* for the other car* A broken boujrh witn Its branches pointing to the right designated the way to turn, a heap of stonei before a gate informed the followers of the right entrance to the camp grounds. Clyde Riley was chairman of the social committee and estertfciaed tfee "hatu wiUi games. After refreahmenta were aerved the crowd gathered around the camp fire C riddle Historical meeting on Monday evening November 28, at which time plan, were discussed for further contribution* to the muneitm. and committers «M afpotaMl to tawwa- titrate certain collections which might bt- obt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1927

CAMPU ■ VOLl'MK XII WORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1817 NUMBER It m K STUDENT HONOR Y. M AND V. W. TO TALON JUBILEE IS DISCUSSED AT (ll\ K PROGRAM SCORES SUCCESS LAST ASSEMBLY TUESDAY NIGHT CHRISTMAS STORIES HEAD BY W. K. METZENTHIN, SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR, GIVES DIS- CUSSION OF PRESENT STATUS OF STUDENT HONESTY HER I' A program on honor among the students wu presented by the senior unit of the College Forum In the student assembly Tuesday, December, 4 A processional by the Senior Unit opened the program, after which Gladys Kelso played the doxology and Georgia Kirk Davis led the Lord's Prayer. Announcements were made by President Marquis and Mark Hamilton, and in connection with one RUBY WALKER TO MAIN FEATURE HI MUSIC AND READINGS FEATURE ENTERTAINMENT—"MONSTRO- , CITY" PLAY SHOWS UNUSUAL TALENT IN MYSTERY PLAYERS A Christmas program will be given jointly by he Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. at the College Club House, Wendesday night, December ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1927

I rtn THE CAMPUS CHAT these tUiwn i im x.jfca r. Tataa. ,1 _ mmmm- mrnii l CMM, ua v« in>r actions j.re consistently M they -hould be by the btf sister group as • whole There ! should b« more to the bif tlater-little stiiter movement than just • party; the party <m given « • means to- I ward an Mid and unless that cad it •attained the means will not be justified If there it to be a real collegc spirit among the fir'* on the campus the, | purpose and spirit of that bif party g I mutt prevail. I If the big idea i* to go over, the bif slater* must realise their respon- ! stbility; they must get sreU acquainted with their littto sifters and keep be- —— ' fore them the standards and ideals of the College; fhe> must help them Mer-tifCMsl .«. <>JU - at**.* fa, w . u>w i •'« tw> M t •' MM to find and kaep interest in Exchange* l'n K'faated the Mschigst State Normal Coiiegt eieven finished its tsans iaat Saturday with vic- tories over every team that it had met during th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1927

f * § I i ft -1? I * M _ SPORT OCKS W"' GOSH SLIME SNIGGERS Mr Mai tn: Lou Mimutmu >' Iteitr ant® Cla i* ^ 1 can't kelp it t my hair s red. j Chatter About I have worked awfully hard nine# you U#t <«iw around, a* m* htffc wfeeot and first-term Freshman records J Qy l«.u>i Edwa«Q« ; i<how . I want you to bring ma a t uie and a saxaphone--real ones This is the la t law lwforo Xmas. If thi* I* treason, make the most of it. But reporter* and editors have to turn in term work Just the name ai other people, except that they always wait till the last week where tome •tudantu jfei everything in two week* ahead. The odd* are even though, thnt you will not mlis the Chat when I oJu!?. " 1 r,",k, "* ttpp<>am,ce n#xt S1GLER DOBB NICE RUNNING AS WHOLE TEAM WOItKS WELL WILSON AND SHEPPARD STAR 7 . C. //. S. that win honestly pJay, If on, know. JUninr8 antf Seniors how it is done. Bo real nice to ill . . . Have Joint Assembly Kenneth Ty«on ipoke on the Italian inwniKranta in Ameri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 December 1927

m K" S( )C1ETI ---CLUBS Stolen, Learderii dir. ((^TLY BOOKS Optnfons on Honor 0£A iO UXPKKAS l?tl-WMt IN CIRLS THROUGH I JETTIM „ -ff: : uni"rtflr rtT^itir'iiry i Nai-urro County I i FIFTY COUPLES ARE IN Club Has Picnic ATTENDANCE AT PROM Tim Mmrm County Club (roup Members of the 1927 football wiuad met in front at the Library building were fccnoreaa at the informal all-cul- Saturday afternoon at I o'clock and dance *iven in the Harris Gym- from there rode to the old Country naaium Saturday night fro® 8:30 un- Clab grvuncU tax a picnic . The usual jtitt ll.SO o'clock- A reception line picnic puiifliM •# oat*, gam—, and ! compoaad of Mix Edith L. Clark, Mr. ttong* wiu> entered into by the club and lira. J. E. Burk. Mary Helen member# with pep and eathoaiasm Brown, Mr. and Mre. E. L Andereon, After eating around the big boa-, Eliaabetb Foeter, and the fo<„boli fire, the vncmckere sang the College «•* k^ngs and a number of old mug* around the dying fire. One of the with their par...

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