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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1929

,■ ifPl /!T- THE CHATTER BOX Mitu Mat' Garlington, McrtUqr to the Dean of the College last year and a graduate of thc University of Texas was married Sunday afternoon to Meritt Stager, it law student in the Univers: > of Texa*. The wedding- took ptwf in Bellinger, Ttiw and after a short trip to San Antonio they will be at home in Austin where Mrs. Stefr will return to her position in th« registrar'* office at the Univer- sity. THE CAMPU HAT —————— VOLUME XIV ■— NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1929 NUMBER 9 H0MEC0M01NG IS CELEBRATED HERE ARMISTICE DAY Ex-student* and member* of the faculty who plan to attend the Thanks- giving banquet to be held at Dallas have been assured convenient trans- portation by the Texan Ineturban Company. Mrs. Owens, from the office at Dallas, wits on the campus this week conferring with the presi- dent ab/Mit the arrangement* that will be made for transportaion of those who wish to use the interurban. Extra cars w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1929

—— ,'l"5 I® ■ j. swrs THE CAMPUS CHAT Published B) Student* of tW North TMM State Teacher* College. Denton, Text* Latest Books and Literary Edited Hy Vlarenti and Marion Jaef/gti Campus t>— « r.ntered a* Second Qm Mail Matter at the ■ P<mt office at Denton, Texan, Dee. •. IMS ■ hi it, «n« year $1.50 STAFF (M, «, , .. nnmi'lr: lsatwlle Ar - — • Editor-in-chief Helen Hall mfeim.f.1. . i. n ■ A iwyiBlr Fitfitftf Clarence J a* •ggl) and Roy Roddy .. Literary Editor* Poettrr Haird _ Kickiitlt Editor Reporter* :l,*nora Cornwall, Sidney 8(««, Frod Name*. Ko K.*idr, Doyle rhorapnon, Bill Ardii. Cullen B. Vaaee, Bertie Beaver, Bachael Hughe,, Lota Pay* Gideon, l.ynn Knight, Elaine Adam-, Mary Heitl, Kumajnt Haggani. MKMHER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS T V ASSOCIATION Printed b) Students of the North "Pa Teachers < ollege <1. 1). Hall, Instructor in Printing State K M. Reeve* Manager, Bos 280, T. C. Station Big Sinters There ia a pouter on the bulletin board in the Admin- ! ''• " b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1929

EAGLES SHARE LEAD WITH SAM CATS CAGE PROSPECTS LOOK PROMISING TILT NEXT TEST FOR WW BOTH man Moore from Mineral Well*. • riinf Im j who look* like a suitable' understudy for Captain tlrnck at the pivot poaition; Jack Miller, a Denton County boy with a lot of promise; i pAD THK YK \R ' '""ty Mmv who MMMhow] *■ v71l 1 11 lii I L. ill up mad of Ms tetdi; Piwi McDonald; Red Herron, a chap with CRI'CIAI. FIVE l.ETTEMMEN AND SKVKN ^ to •«; "l'e che w Bryant; ih Bryant, i peaking of Sport* By I.link general of the Cats, and is Maid to be shoulder one of the :vat engineers in the con- j ference lie directs the team play wc I and in especially noted for hi ability I j to feret out opposing ' earn weakness, and to direct tear; nliv to that flaw. the T. C. U. dash. IS TEAMS: SAN Stfl AI MK\ ARE BACK IN TIIK \IAR<OS IS STRONG CONTKN- l KB FOB HONORS BAULK CAMI* SI'IRKS BOYS MVKAC1.E IN- khI defensive man; Harold Younghlood, weak but with ft •trait | Bona, Kn wles; and Doyle Thompson, who I s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1929

— cubs and societ\ House President* Plan Christmas Tt a tbr HilUW ftM#- answt-rwt by re- am at tbe bouae •e hoi/v nn-'. tkm ng of itwt organi- : m: ■ I X fW T0U ' 'AI i dent'* OK** in* plying with th sjumir. :*fid hm at the r>'K ■ Thursday at 4 o'clock. Pl«n « w discussed for a Ckriai mi T*a, in which the sponsors will be -«!• rtained i , t)u> Ilouw Pre*i- Ih n«- a- i the C«*weilor*. The tea is !■ be ,'ivcn D«*wfc r ft. The apon- •an must W notified by Um Monday before the Tburad y < f the tea. The r<-fr. h* en| mmnittM ia made up r.f Clark, Mattel Boat, Frun--m Ruby Weather-ford and Marion Barrji The program camniiU( will h : Lodie Carter. Martha Rice, Katharine Bate*. Artie Mae Sweet and Gwenltb McDonald. T)* decorating committee *H named '•fartha Har*rove, Grace Potts, \) able Wilson, New (look ami Alta Praoci*. <f Gwenttb McDonald talked on "What a House Prasldant Should Mean to Her Hou«f." "He thouirhtf l of other*" wo* the theme carried through th«f program. Sev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1929

' • THE CHATTER BOX THE SLAT VOLUME XIV —— 1,1 ■ NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON. PEXAS. SA : URDAY* NOVI MBER 2V 1929 —• NUMBER 10 It has been announced that the College Assembly on Tuesday, Dec- ember 10 will he in charge of the freshman unit of the Forum, the program using the theme of "Develop- ment of Character through Honor." All girla of the College are asked t wear their regalia dresses and ties! on that day instead of the first Tues-i ANNUAL TURKEY DAY AFFAIR d*r. I TO HE HEl.D IN THE CRYSTAL BALLROOM OF MAKER HOTEL. DALLAS DR. J. C. WRIGHT IS SPEAKER AT EXES' BANQUET MEN'S FACULTY CLUB PLANS TO EN'i 1RTAIN BOYS Members of the Studen t-Hody: Mrs Induk Kim will be the honored guest at a program to be held at the! * —— First Methodist church, on Wednes- The annual ex-dtudents banquet day, December 4, at 7:30 o'clock. All given at the State Teachers Associa- mid—week services in other churches ,tion which meets at Dallas this year of the city will be dismissed on thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1929

id iJM \Jsm i u p- : .3.1: - MNNP JpWejjt. Af-'lb- AMPUS CHAT litest Books and Literary (iossip Edited Hy Clarence and Marion Jaegfjli GOVERNMENT IS T. C. Post Office t REQUIRED ftfly Has Good Business STATE SCHOOLS For Its Uncle Saa Exchange* By Porter Baird PAHMFD AT RKGLXA* HKftMOW;' PabliaWd Hp guiwti af Mm Martb Teachers Jksg$na, W*agne t aa>pu- ( h t i nlered a* Second < 'a Mail Matter at •A* i'u* luff lee *t ilea toe, lOMi #«. 8. Itlfi t aiupu- 1 hat. WW f«ur ' ?ji Uat*l§e ArmWmI Hull $I.S« STAFF *4MNMNM« lli||ll and Ho Boddy I'orler "-••fiiliiii'ii urn ' ~ ... Mitor in-chief AhmmU fcditor Uttrir; hditer hirhaagr Kditor Tfc> .# Mw> MM «f * «mwm «t IM«r>l f* <«#".«•* 1 r v«f*<i«r .-Jsw In • Ml i<js SeewSstioo. I've changed my idea of Heaven again. This makes the fourteenth time, I believe. II] probably have- acaees to now of them -bat that'* something else .;am Just now I want to wt before « roaring fire. cheerful flume* leaping up at the wind that corn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1929

Eagle-Bearcat Tilt Ends In 6-6 Deadlock To Even TIAA Race EAGLES NEARLY WINNER ————— into a punting duel in which Freeman got off the longer, punts in T. C. history. Kicking from his own 19- yard line. Freeman got off an end pistol rung down the curtain to one of the most sensatioiU grid battlea ever played on local oil. The Sunuwrj: First downs: ffafir 9, Bearcats 10. Passe*: Eagles attempted 16, com- 6, two were intercepted and 8 grounded. Huntsville attempt*! 17, coapMwl 7, 8 were intercepted and 7 were grounded. Punts: Denton ticked 12 times for an average of i yards; Sam Houston kicked 9 tinus for an aver- ago of 24 yards. Loss from scrimmwe: Denton 23 yards; Bearcats. 18 yirds. Penalties: Denton was penalized two times for 80 yatris; Huntsville Speaking of Sportt have the wdile and tie other do the bareback tuit. 4G r A MI? r\jf\ri over end bowt whic* rolled to the 6- t\£j tlAiriff >'ard line before Hardy could retrieve. It was good for 7ti rards. CAT'S DEFENSE IS FIRST IX)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1929

TS m CLUBS AND SOCIETY I Freshman Skit* *> < B, Vwr Hi win that that (l*rk it? Ad grit BEAT SAN MAE- with it white it rotm«<l, Former Student Are Married Here H alker to Speak at Thuwday Pi time,,a i'i Meet * llauta and Itetort H rh. married teat MRffMNMiliM Ml of the Pi at th< home of 1/ n mi th* Fir* ipMfaytertM Mm. A. A. Milter «t «0g Ifty ^ *77 a the paster. thr B**v. William M 7 oVteek. Tueeday. Nevemfeer ' " « ter of attraction. A. L Walker of Han^r, who **MM M Mi I Lunsax afl< !-r Church. Fred <Ja!f«mith. WM)B> f Tht- ■ tu,. nd «To«e> are both w^ll iwhool commercial Instructor*, known you ft* peoj-k of MM >m under the "Smith Hu#he Act," f trrail iatwl from the l>e ton witf uw tlite a* h * nubject lor a talk lis*! - Kwd and later attended the .to the ttr*ani«ai On. Billte Jonm will T, her* Cftlkg*. *'** talk < « "Affiliating Ommer- Alter * *te.rt trip to Houston and <* • Work in th« IU#h School w Orteiins, tb«y will be at heme In A *ht,rt • ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1929

CHATTER BOX CAM CHAT VOLUME XIV 1 1 1 "" _ ■ —— ■«—- I. ,jljn.,n I —. NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY DECEMBER 7, ]t>29 NUMBER 11 Elmer Terry and Ray Ferryman, a student in the College and a member at the Eagle l-a-'iet ball team. have; recently purchased fron Eddie Wil-j llama, the Eagle Grocery. The storei w located on Avenue B just across from the Manual Arts Building. They handle a complete line of groceries, according to Ferryman and will be glad to accomodate College students at all times. Mrs. Myrtle Hardy of the speech department made a talk at the meet- ing of the Texas Speech Arts Associa- tion on "Standard English Phonetics as Prequisite to all Other Speech Arts Courses." Ex-Student's Banquet Held In Dallas During Thanksgiving Holidays MANY SPEECHES Registration Date FOLLOW MOTIF Set For December 31 OF "AIR-CASTLES" By Dean McConnell MRS. INDIIK KIM DRAMATIC CLUB TWO DAY GUEST PRODUCTION IS ON T. C. CAMPUS WELL RECEIVED SECRETARY OF YOUTH MOV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1929

'it, i — —— THI ' \M!'U8 CHAT Publiahed 11- -tiHenu uf ih«- North JVM# I r .tehees College. l>e*t««, TuX** . Mail Milter .1 >b. Campoa (hat Kat«-r*d aa 1'u.toffite at UmIm. Tum. He«. •. I l« e*mpu* Th— mm )tmr • - i: I® STAFF ?■ laatx i> Armi iitWi. Hall CliMwt Jacggii and H y Ko4*1 l'« rt*r liaird Backward Turn Backward it:*— r T''p',T «r«m given at the Denton Teachers Col- I nan, -gn.r.tf Bamjue' neld in Dailaa by Ur. J. C. W'lgfct, director of tl Board ft Vocation*! Education •t Washtagtaa l>. C. and mma obtained tor th* Caoiptia Chat by Or. ft ft. Harm. Th* tale u "Ba*kwa«d Toru Backward. Oh, Time m Your flight. Mali* Me A Child Again Just For Tonight" Many erf ua a* we grow older live in oar *sp*rlenc«*~- in the nMfflwwrwe of Uw youth which utau an tmr away. And jwt, th* span of human life or threw «/« j>«ari and km ta but a moment in the ages of the past. K*c«nUy 1 read a aUtoment by a famous fcurop«a« at ient/at n which he seemed to feel that man ought live on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1929

* + j 1 Eagles Place Second In T. I. A. A. Race; Bobcat Game a Tie Eagle Mentor Denton's Alt-T. /. A. A. Men o BEARCATS LOSE TO LUMBERMEN AND UPSET DOPE peaking of Sportt I By Lank DENTON'S PASSING AND RUN- NING ATTACK FUNCTIONS IN OPEN BUT FAILS IN GOAL LINE THREATS The Eagle# teat a splendid oppor- tunity to annex their first T. I. A. A. championship in the history of the school when they battled the San Marcos Bobcats to a scoreless tie on the latter's own field November 27. Playing in a crippled condition, the Eagles were unable to score against the strong forward wall of the Cats, although threatening on numerous occasions to cross the goal line and upset an undefeated and only once previously tied Southwest Texas team. By virtue of this tie the Sam Houston Bearcats, who were expected to win easily over the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, became favorites to annex the T. I. A. A. championship; however, the Lumbermen upset the dope bucket and rode home to a hard 14-12 victory pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1929

— Miss Jewell Lookhead Speaks A t Regular Meet in ft Of Council II. TW rt-< C(; f I < f • I'ft**! must have fcaat taw titan a € l<Hiw muit have j man work and f on th«- caw jaw at makimr not 1m* ba (C<ii;timi#d t' m tint endormtl te regard Id to, duet by the iN*n of W«m«.n or the Dean M-ss Jewel Lookhcad, head of the department of alciMalary eflu< '.w(j|| ^ at the Texas Sute College for Wo- _ ^ udml MMM mvn <C I. A.) I «. falk m The 1 ^ ^ two Ptiniry Seho©L« of RaflanH at the ^ c*mU regular aeetin«r of the El«-.-nei*ar>- __m_J Council. November 2f> at 7 at _ * *r X *" % Mt^ '.'"f , ;' Mfet head ha* ju«* returned froir. <. aft«r it is> iiwued. ■The not*' ihotiM be met in (km- will hear irtnw* at the rrty m '£ JBLj'. 4. If a wmam wman borrwtr- tli the muwy >« married before the note i paid It r ■ SftrtrJrtsfcft f? B*h"1* **, *"* **** - obligation toward the ^ VI. Acpitcaflll for It* loan inuat . W*Ma> M"r'l ii fill apjrf«ation blank* in tha flf-l®1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 January 1930

THE CHATTER BOX Sam Wilke* and Willis Floyd. who have been attending the University of Iowa working toward the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, visited in Denton during the Holidays. Wilkea graduated in the class of 1926 and Floyd in the class of 1925. Wilkes is majoring in mathematics and is at- tending on a fellowship. THE CAMPU CHAT VOLUME XIV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEAChORS COLLHGE DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4 1<H0 NUMBER 12 1,673 Students Enroll In College For Winter Term; 184 Fail Work ! iinow a Beauty:' ]|WEDNESi)A\ TEAS Eagle Cagers Annex ruiun i nm \ IN WINTER TERM J ® Marjorie I'atchell, who ic teaching in Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College, Nacogdoches, spent the Christmas holidays in Denton visit- ing her sister Miss Mary Patchell oi' the College English department. M{s Palfhell (graduated from the. College in 192b and received the de-, gree of Master of Arts from Colum- KKKSHMAN CLASS LEADS IN EN- DECREASE DUE TO FAILURES IN ENGLISH WORK Show for Saturday Eve W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 January 1930

!'-! CAJCf'tS ( H \ 000^0000000000 000000000 0000000000000000000 0 00 0000 0 Latest Books and Literary 'tibliiihed By TeacJ todenU of the North TtfW i ers l utn-tf. i T«SM i >mpu-. i hiri n! rr. rr. >«-3SS|l Matter1 at * <> Pwt«f(ic« at Dentoa, Te*a , Pt. i, « t ampiis TK •w year JL50 SI V1 U)lar '<ki*< ImIm-IW Awwisi^-ac! ,,J Helen Hail U tlareru. Jaeggfl and Marion Jaeggli literary KAtan Porter JJaini . ... KsckMgr Editor ^ „j ,L- i, [„ ■ ■ - ■•■ - Reporter* Unora Cornwall, Sidney Km«m, Fred Nance. u«y iio'M). Doyle Thompson. Bill Ardia, CeMee B. Vance, It.;. Rub*! Hughe*, Lois Fejre Gideon, Lynn Knight, Klaine 4 dam*, Mary Mailt. Komayne Haggaru. MKMBKR TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PBIMft ■ AHKOCIATION I'rinu-d by Students of the North Teaaa State ■' ........ wrnmm J. D. Hall. Instructor ia Printing K. M Beeves. Manager. Bos 21#, T. ©. Station ■ —■■- The Eagle Spirit : IpV'.-, f:, ^ Kitted Hu Clarence and Marion Jaeggli ' llfi hlifl/ifllfi an>l t Wgt'flt&lf .tlt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 January 1930

* • I . -i Law Is Passed At Regular Session Increasing Board Editor"s Note: This ia the fourth of a series of articles on recent legis- lator! affecting schools. These arti- cles are prepared by a class taught by Geo. M. Crutsinger. (Passed by the regular session, Chapter 134, page 290; effective March 2. 1929.) In counties having an area of not mow than 1075 spare miles and not less than 930 spare miles and a popu- lation of not less than 34,300 and not more than 34,500 according to 1920 census, county boards of school trustees are given special powers not accorded to those in most counties. First: Such boards are given the power to redistrict the county and to improve independent districts in the rearrangement. The district jo crea- ted shall be allowed to establish a central high school. In such redis- tricting the board is obligated by the to w to make ample provisions for paying outstanding bond issues; and to provide for proper instruction for 0very child in districts concerne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 January 1930

— 4* CI * ^ ^L J* f*t fj u t*>. • ;• st 1 L< ■*£ 't-fe'ff Sk. t-ivitiw® John Holes' Comen JJ «. ■—i. ** u b% (nur< fo Potee, With Johii B .-Ml Bet* BhMi, - ; i. m wane t«mm. h««ft« <** Change* Made In , ,u)(r- «r,M. (!^r.. b«o«jw; J College Facully ■JXt:!:?£•j for Winter 1 erm i Monday ami of 4l! JM~ . ... 4 nMMiWf Aj i'fta ittft** Ku i, # f.ein ■g)Wfe*«tar and tmmrt * hwr we w*^F w"7*' v\ .l«« „u,y tic ftrrrtnh- rotar tk*y mtt<J" la:H willfi hlrtty aiaee th* •gfeiil; Dorothy U*. Holiday. became of the *,uh of M.«. r'iHfl /'rinter*s Dummy Of Yucca W ill He Completed Early printer** dummy for the 1980 V ttecm will bo mmplfted next ten day* with TMII hmd an it i* f, i# in tlw final form "t th« hook." lUiph ffotwton, editor, ftteted. "It will be MKMMry fo* all cam Eayle l ayer« "■■" " <r nr.inu*d from firat p«ie«l I fcuml Um Ea*!** out of their .{ormwit The two gam*#, well played and hurt! «t Uf «f the night before, and ba-j fought, had to b* marred near the th< Ka...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1930

THE CHATTER BOX "Wc will teach the whole school if they will give us a room to teach in," J. W. "Dad" Pender, head of the government department, stated jok- ingly Thursday. He also stated that every thing had been arranged with his overflowing classes and that each now had as many students as there were seats. The way they were eliminated was by drawing lota, and all students getting higher than thirty-two were taken out. Instead of having one class there are now two classes. THJ =<! VOLUME XIV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEAChERS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANARY 11, 1930 NUMBER 13 MARQUIS TALKS ON HEALTH AT ASSEMBLY HOUR Floyd Graham, director of the stage band, the College band and orchestra and teacher of violin will leave the ' College in a short time to study in Chicago. For this reason, there will be no more stage shows on Saturday nights in connection with the regular picture shows. This feature will be greatly missed "by the students, according to those who have already rece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1930

■ ■ iSMd| Byrd wilt probably flnd at the South Pole that th«- prevailing wind 19 from thm North. witl be in charge of the of the elah Latest Hooks and Literary Gsnip Exchange* By 1'orter Baird two wp*r*Ut ^ o r~v jji The business of g«ttin( of We tit rs«t Ml ftVM? of They wil us too much Edited By Clarence and Marion Jueggli ( V.WI'I s Papera mmm the w th^wth T Pobli lnx) Br Students < f Teacher* I . *««, I>rnli<«, T«*a ( amp** ("hat Lnt« red a* •BSBHSSESTKr flatter Faetoffk* <11 Hit—■ Teaaa. Do*- t, iti« r MP TCT «« «• >eav. STAFF I,aheil« Umi.lfid Helen ilail | (UrtMf Jaeggh and Mm!)* Porter Baird - K4iU>r m-cliief ; lfc* <p* ii while | lmv« b#iii w«rfc of Mjflin young writer who <io*« not feel it to ha few of n«r uui> to wo ji a belpiesn reading public wi.n .*pr«**iHg *P(® #f «d frustration. "VaMf Man of UnnrtaMaa" to the answer to my prayer*. i« turn* novel, nattier m- Brush ft** chosen to deal : tviih u e Mat* Uwm« as did V ina Delasar in "Bad Girl," ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1930

f ++ «J-«r* *+++++■+ # Speaking of Sports FRED NANCE ] EAGLES WIN GO ; FROM MI STANGS; fu By tJbis time most of the freshmen and new studenU have come to realise that North Texas State Teachers col- lip (MM • good MMkiB Imw, aad that they are a great deal better than thagr thought tbajr could mr tap for. We a.nked one freshman a week or so before Chmtmas aa to his ides of the outcome of the Eagle- S. M. U game that was to be flayed here that weeCT"He promptly replied with'as- surance: "Well, I may get ten licks for saying it, but you know that the Eagle-*. But we must get that Captain Bruck led hi ; in an impenetrable defense through-1 out the game, allowing the Frog* to' * s\nm, scot* only three point.* during the LOSF If) HI (HIS "• *■* **• —* OAi 1" 1 mortal the seortag far —- the losers, and the latter was a tower ONE l-OIN'T MARGINS FEATCKE on defense. BOTH SAMBA; TECHNICAL EAGLE CAGERS PLAY MAJORITY S. M. u. ought to beat our little team." He got the ten licks, to be su?e, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1930

Y. W. C. A. To Hear Dr. W. F. Ledlow at Vesper Services a practical tn' ufcma) {NSfpiMM forth by t 7,l*g* otfiiiliiw .uhia ari' form' n full ami ere*#1 wine toaow kd i luxwy; ft ■ J -« Mil, 8. To m*k« * •' <sr4 at your e*rli*#t Any m««al*r of th« V. 1 matkally fcMMMM a m International! Org*nm BtwUm' Christian Ft«i< is "B*-, rathar th. mvmiH, convent I. i. Organize* Spninr UWk Utilities for Term ^nior vueK €. A practice _*t. A fa r<f u IS strife. U wlcm th« ■h a m* diwivcry j - 1 ■ ■ r,-WAM- Whin life llun(er Houne <til ls ri ha iid that Organize Bridge Club „ ' ' "*1"""" I • s ll a great Twelve girls 0# tl Cafe*** mot 1k< u*«f «f its Satur'lay afternoon at th« Hunter ti«ua« and perfected a aoeial organi- sation to be known aa the T. N. T. Hrklfr« Club with Ernestine Hill inn M honteiw. At the end of til tournament, Mint* Hill fto help defray axpense*. "W« do not' The Women's Faculty Club will bttt hold a regular meeting Tuesday even- j iflf at the Mary Arden and a spe...

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