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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 December 1929

I / Uimu (Christmas The Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMANS COLL EG E \ Edhrp'ials ♦ Of Christmas Spirit Willie Faye Montgomery I« There a Santa Claus Lena Moore Basket Ball History - „.... Alton Ruth Whitaker VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1929. NO. 11. THESPIAN CLUB Over ThirtyThree PRESENTS FOUB-Thous rn-mrnMrsmm Every Collegian's Sweetheart oFufkT Margaret Robb Directs Plays and Thespian Staff Makes Arrangements. First Plays of Y&r Students, Exes, and Faculty Are Working For Success of Endowment. Neighbors, Entr' Acte, Dream Maker, and Sir David Wears A Crown, Are Plays. Four one-act plays, directed by Miss Margaret RobtI7^B<^'ruc,:or in PuM'* speaking, Vere presented by the Thespian club in the administration building auditorium Wednesday eve- ning at eight, o'clock. The receipts will be used to buy stage equipment for the club after the royalties on the ~plays are paid. The following staff had charge of arrangements for *he productions: Maye ...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 December 1929

y"' X. Page T^ao. s THE HANDOUT The Handout OF CHRISTMAS SPIRIT With the Christmas season so near at hand that it relates itself in some Official student newspaper, pub-, l:shed by the Student Association ofj*'#y to almost all of our activities. Texas Woman's College every Friday j there is one recent outstanding oc- In the regular school year, at Fort|Curence of an expression of the true Worth, Texas. 'Office, second floor- Spjrj^ 0[ Christmas. The happening cf Administration Building. referred to is the whole-heated sup- Endowment Campaign Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Te$as, under the &t of March 3, 1879, Subscription R te $1.00 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Thelma Cotvin Editor Lena Moore Associate Mavoureen Stroup Issue Editor sAptHia Gandy Sports ^Villie Fayette Montgomery ifcitorial Writer Marguerite Ragland - ....Literary Koby Mae Ogle .....Column I — : __________ REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Jimmie Woodward, Mary Hamilton, Rosem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 December 1929

k —>" THE HANDOUT —. Page Three. SOCIETY Correne Russell Is Married. Miss Correne Russell, Mrt*dorv"stu. dent in T. W. C. last year, was mar- PERSONALS ried to Mr. J. W. Drace, Matador, at o'clock on Thanksgiving day. The _ _____ . __ .. ______ . , "service took place in the home of the FILLED CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEK:t™:j' hichhrfj",,,""™m''i't«<1 MANY CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS# Christmas parties and entertainments featuring the Christmas spirit and .theme have filled the social calendar this week. Next week the dormitories will have Christmas trees. Mulkey will have in Matador. Miss Mary Hamilton, sophomore, Matador, attended the wedding. —. o Mary Smith Monk, Arlington, gave a vocal number at the meeting of the Polytechnic Woman's Club on Wed- nesday. Dec. 4. The number was "Valley of Laughter," by Sanderson. O She was accompanied by Helen But- ler, Mineral Wells, V . their tree Monday evening, aqd the other fl&mitorics will hapve trees Tues- XITlCIS SflOppCFS A.VC day eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 December 1929

o • > r Page Four. THE HANDOUT SUSAN ffl. KEY AND KOROSOPfflAN I Dormitory Rules SOCIETIES TIE IN HOCKEY GAME "^F ' al Sxtra! Sxtra! Monday afternoon at 4 :30 the two j did, but" only one icore was made societies of the campus, Susan M. < by the S. M. K. g. t- i ; The final score was 1-1. Key and Korosophian, went on the ,, , ! The game was hard fought and both hockey field for one of their annual j team3 exhaugt(,d at the end thc of most every girl when she plans to Young gentlemen and ladies are not | allowed to communicate except by i Scare Students peTnUASion- Two or three times ■ year "suspension of rules is given; _____ and during two or three hours they | \ |arge Bcw Webster's Revised Un- Oh, yes, it must be so very, very ; are permitted to talk to each other abirdgcd Dictifmary has fina!1 been I nil tKa mr* tindor tho urnfrnflil I have be«n deserted, so many girls go- ing out to basket ball practice. There ' seems to be a mystery about the mat- ter. horrible to stay in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 December 1929

V>) TTJT7 X X Xi j ENDOWMENT EDITION VOL. 14, FORT WORTH. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1929. NO. 12. PLEDGES NOW TOTAL THIRTY- FOUF THOUSAND Head Ex-Student Cabinet Ex-Students, Students, Faculty Pledge $34,181 According To Latest Report. Goal Set Is $200,000.00 Marvin Evans Adds Enthusiasm By Attractive Offer Made to Students. SADIE FARR LORD „Plcdges totalj^g $34,181.50 for the greater Texas Woman's College cam- paign had been made by Monday, Dec, 16, by faculty, ex-students and pres- ent students, according to figures com- piled in the-business office of the col- lege, " Of this amount $5,230.50 had come from ex-students, $9,285 from the faculty, and the remainder from the student l)ody, Enthesiastic Chapel Programs Pledging on the campus followed two enthusiastic"chapel programs, the first presided over by President Stout and the second led by Cassie Joe Led- better, president of the student body, on Wednesday. Dec. 4. Following the appeal of Cassie Joe, impromptu pep speeches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 December 1929

Page Two. THE HANDOUT Endowment Edition w y % 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, Texas. Office, second Ur of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter,' Sept. 24, 1926,-at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, JS79. Editorial Staff Kathryn Cochran ...... Editor Thelma Colvin ,..Asst. Editor llallie" Mae Johnson, Mary Hamilton, Mavoureen Stroup, Dorothy Hinds, Nelda Garrett, Anna Mary Dedmt>n. WHAT PRICE SUCCESS;- (From The Handout of Dec. C) "Texas Woman's College is begin- ning an endowment campaign- -& cam- paign*Vhose completion and success will mean a greater institution of learning—a school that one may be proud of—a college whose affiliation and recognition will be of national import — a college to which oar daughters may come years hence. But the practical person will in- terrupt our dreams, and rightly so,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 December 1929

Endowment Edition THE HANDOUT Page Three. YEA-YEA-HOORAY! V Class Secretaries, Send Letters To Sister Graduates ALUMNAE LETTERS SOUND NOTES OF INTEREST AND ENTHUSIASM Enthusiastic Replies Received From Correspondents in Every Mail. Feeling that one of the strongest tics between a student and her col- lege is that of class pride and loyalty, officers of the Ex-Students Campaign Cabinet chose as {heir co-workers representatives of eacji o? the classes passing through the halls of "Texas Woman'j College since its opening in 1914. Accordingly, these represen- , tatives have designated then^selves as committees from each class to work . with their own, particular group. By so doing, it is hoped that the same " unified spirit which ■ led them to go to the athletic field in-a body to root for this team or that will be so re- created th&t the response, fo the en- dowment campaign will be a unified "Yea, yea, yea!" Class Letters Sent. Acting more or,less, as yelkleaders, the s^sjgstaries...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 December 1929

Pk« Four. THE HANDOUT Endowment Edition V. Endowment Means S. A< Membership All Other Requirements Ha\ e Keen Met by College Except That of Support. Much has been said and stressed about the necessity of securing the endowment fund for the purpose of meeting a requirement of the 'Associ- ation of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. Two questions immediately arise. One is: "\yhat Is the Association and Its Im- portance in Relation to Texas Wom- an's College?" and "What Are the Standards of the Association?" Purposes of Association The association was organised in 1895 for the purpose of joining to- gether Southern schools and. colleges tor cooperation and mutual S!<§istance, of elevating the standard of scholar- ship, of effecting uniformity of en- trance requirements, and of develop- ing preparatory schools* Its standards and its regulations set by representa- tives of all member colleges are the measuring rule for all school? of the Sooth,., It is :the 'acc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 January 1930

' *> % The Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS' WOMANS COLLEGE Two Weeks VOL. 14. FORT WORTH. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1930. NO. l.'k Girls Winning Points To Be Taken in W.A.A. Twenty-eight Are to TaW*t)ath of Allegiance on Friday, January 10. College Girls Are to Publish Punch Bowl Contest for Various Forms of Humorous Material Is Opened to Girls. Twenty-eight girls, winning points fur playing on a hockey team, for keeping health rules and for being in the pep squad, are to be taken into the Woman's Athletic Association Friday, Jan. 10, states Leta Cornish, Fort Worth, president of the organi- zation. The new members are as follows: Mary Margaret Odom, Fort Worth; Elizabeth" Jones, Forney; Willie Fay- ette Montgomery, Fort Worth; Ray- nclle Rankin, Carbon; Nelda Garrett, Colorado; Helen Alcins, Grand view; Jessie Raye Samuells, McKinney; Jewel Jean Kirkpatr,ick, Weatherford; Martha Faulkner, Granbury; Gaylord Campbell, Sulphur Springs; Mary Frances Whiteside, Greenville; Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 January 1930

a «■* . ■ - *&*- " \ j" Page Two. The Handout Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of %exas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort T'orth, Texas. Office, second. floor ©f Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate $1.00 per year EDITORIAL STAFF Thelma Colvin ...j ....Edittft Lena Moore -...Associate Kelda Garrett Issue Editor Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy Sports Willie Fayette Montgomery Editorial Writer Marguerite Ragland..'... Literary- Dorothy Hinds .. Column REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Jimmie Woodward, Mary Hamilton, Roaemiry Price, Katherine Vincent, Maurine Wall. Hollyce Riddle, Nella Garrett. Hollyce Riddle, Iiallie Mae Johnson, BUSINESS STAFF Wrenn Fyke:.— Business Manager Nell McWhirter, Edna Faulkner Imogene Cummings..._ Assistants Isabel Adams Circulation Manager — .'J Member of Texas Inter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 January 1930

/ THE HANDOUT Page Three. SOCIETY EXCHANGE nj CROWDED SOCIAL CALENDAR IS Most Baylor girls have the second- ! hand thrill of reading about hi-jackers; ! cold muzzles of black pistol*, rough FORECAST FOR SECOND SEMESTER only one Baylor girl has the first- hand thrill of having to "stick 'em up," look down the long barrel of a pistol and surrender her valuables. This girl" is Artie Gray Batson, a freshman. She, her brother-in-law, and sister were held up about four wiles from After the rush of the holiday activities .at home, returning students have h^cn content to somewhat dispense, with social affairs'; Anticipation of final examinations is the explanation offered for the lull in this phase of campus life. The annual freshman open house which was planned for Friday evening, Jan. 10, has been postponed until Saturday evening, Jan. IS. This will be one of the major-social functions of the year. FISH OPEN HOUSE. worthy, and dependable feneration of ! young people." According to the for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 January 1930

Page Four. ftTHE HANDOUT Hurley, a College Man, >Vins Essay Contest Eighteen of Thirty-five First Prizes Given to College Graduates. University students and profes- tors vol a majority of the prizes for ssays on proper methods of keeping rood. A college man—Dudley L. Harley. Lehigh, '30— has won over many thou- tands of'entrants in a national eesav :ontest for a S10,000 first prize. Har- ey, whose home is in Martinsbarg, (V. V'a., is a candidate for a Rhodes icholarship from his home state, and sxpects to use his new wealth in fur- Bering his education and his ambition ;o be a writer. Harley Wins Despite Handicaps. ' The essay which won the contest for she Lehigh undergraduate was com- posed, -written and bound into bo form during an enfojp^rfextension of nis summer vacation, while both wrists were in splints. The wrists fc-ere broken in a fall from his horse, Friday, Sept. 13, and the fact that he :ould not return to school led to his decision to enter'the contest. This is not t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 January 1930

Basket Ball Practice Continues The Handout T E X A S Published By Students Of W O M A N S c O L L E Q E When It Isn't v Too Cold VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 1930. NO. 14. Y.W.C.A. Programs. For Remainder of Year Pre planned V Christian World Education, and Related Subjects To Be Discussed. Few New Courses To Be Offered Second Semester Majority of Courses Are *£ust Continuation of Those Already Begun. Plans for the rest of the year were discussed at the meeting of the cabi- net of the Young Women's Christian Association in the, parlors of Dan Waggoner Hall on Jan. 11. Some of the subjocts which will be discussed at the coming meetings are: "The /Student Volunteer Movement, led by Thelgi Colvin, Ennis; a series of programs on "Christian World Ed- ucation," led by Leona Mcintosh, Fort Worth, assisted by the C.;W. E. group; "Industry," by Thelma Colvin; "Vo- cation," by Elsie Scott Latimer, Fort Worth; "Men and Women Relations," led by Josie Bell, Fort 'Worth, ahd "H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 January 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT 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 Vorth, Texas. Office, second floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffiee at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate.* $1.00 per year EDITORIAL STAFF * Thelma Colvin .J Editor Lena Moore - — -Associate Mary Hamilton Issue- Editor' Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy Sports "Willie Fayette Montgomery a_*. .....Editorial Writer 'Marguerite Ragland -...Literary REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Jimmie Woodward, Mary Hamilton, Rosemary „ Price, Katherine Vincent, Maurine Wall, j^ella Garrett, Rufie D. Thrash, Jessie nth Drak(?$ Hollyce Riddle, Tiallie k"Ma\ Johnson. BUSINESS STAFF Wrena Fyke Business Manager Nell McWhirter, Edna Faulkner Imogene Cummings Assistants Isabel Adams....—Circulation Manager "Member of Texas Intercollegiate * Pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 January 1930

THE HANDOUT W -iCS A' SOCIETY FEW NEW COURSES TO BE OFFERED SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO BIG OPEN HOUSE NEXT MONTH lly MAVOUREEN STROUP. All attention is now tunned t6 the Annual big open house, the largest social function of the year, which will be held in Ann Waggoner Ilall Feb. 22. The recommendations of the social committee were accepted by the students at the student body meeting at the chapel hour Wednesday. Fish open house tonight will be one of the most important events of the year, and promises to be the most unique function in decorations arid entertainment of the year. S. M. K.'s Present Pantomime. u "Not By a Dam Site," a pantomime in three acts, was presented at the Susan M. Key Literary Society Thurs- day afternoon in the auditorium of the administration building. Isabel Ad- ams, Winters, directed the play. A moci: orchestra ployed sjeveraT nuin1 bers before the performance began. The characters were: Pa Sweet, Madge Richardson, Hedley; Ma Sweet, Dor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 17 January 1930

Page Four. THE II A N1!) OUT Students to Form * Model League of Nations at Dallas Meeting of Representatives of Southwest Sponsored by Fellowship Club. Student representatives '-of the Southwest will hold a model assem- bly of the League of Nations in Dal- las March 28 and 29 with students representing various member coun- tries of the league. The World Fel- lowship Council of Dallas will spon- sor the meeting. This will be the first meefftig of its kind^Jield any- where in the South or West, accord- ing to Allen Melton, S. M. U. law stu- dent, president of the Dallas council. According to thepresent plans, each institution will select three delegates, and as many alternafes and interest- ed parties as desired, the three will then be presented to the assembly as the delegates from a member nation of the League of Nations. Delegates will be informed on the problems that are to come before the conference ant^ will enter into the farious discussions. The work and accomplishments of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 February 1930

v N—... Second Semester The Handout Published By Students Of 1 TEXAS WOMANS COLLEGE Untold New Joys VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1930. NO. 15. HUGHES WESUEXAS aDB ELECT OFFICERS FOR SPRING SEMESTER AND ADOPT A NEW CONSTITUTION Officers For All Campus Organizations, Clubs, and Dormitories Have Been Named, and Committees Have Been Appointed to Plan Programs and Other Activities For the Last Semester. Mary Hamilton, Matador, was elect- ed presidAt of the Hughes West Texas Club Jan. 23. The other offi- cers or the club are: Isabel Adams, Lubbock, vice-president; Mayme B. Morris, Grandview, treasurer; Doro- thy Hinds, Crowell,, reporter; and C. J. Goodnight, Memphis, secretary. A new constitution and by-laws have been drawn up, and the cluo passed on them on Jan. 23. The by- laws are as follows: (1) All the girls living in north and west Texas in the k territory in which Miss Hughes, field secretary, works, may become mem- bers of the club. (2) If the dues are not paid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 February 1930

s> S3 Page Two. THE H A N D O U1 r - , IT" ' sical assets of the college would add I J-JfT I—| AMOOl JT i about S460 to the amount, making it 1ULj A ^ W 1 accessary for the student to pay the Official student newspaper, pub-1 collegc annually about $320 more- that lished by the Student Association ofjshe is now paying. Putting it in an- ' Texas Woman's College every Friday jother way: students now average in the regular school year, at Fort! about $150 each for fees annually, Y/"orth, Texas. Office, second floor'not including room and board. If they LEVER REVICES w of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 192fi, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of MatcK 3, 1879. SUt^jcription Rate..— $1.00 per year editorial staff Thelma Colvin..._> .....Editor Lena Moore — Associate Marguerite Ragland Issue Editor Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy. Sports REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Jimmie Woodward, Mary Hamilton, Rosemary Price, Katherine Vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 February 1930

^-w * * A CP ft A SOCIETY THE HANDOUT HUGHES WEST TEXAS CLUB! ELECT OFFICERS FOR ~ SPRING SEMESTER 1 age inn Basketball Games to Be Played Next Week iCOMINLtli FN I'M PAGE li,_ ; COND SEMESTER CALENDAR OF * "••• *,,j rc ri s;° ■ SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IS COMPLETE | Margaret Halsell, Lubbock, w s j elected president of the Korosophian | Literary Society; Leown Record, Fort j Worth, vice-president; Dorrace Pow- j ell, Memphis, recording secretary; Cowan, Fort Worth, corre- ;-oci'al affairs and programs for next week will be influenced by Valen ,ne themes. ' Hsarts, cupids, and lacy Valentines will compose the decora .fions and favors. t t •. A# the time for big open house draws near, plans for the event are being completed, and it promises, to be even more successful than in former years, j Dorothy gponding secretary} Mary Adams, Santa Anna, treasurer; Mildred Cherryholmes, Jacksb6ro, critic; Mae Heaton, Blooming Grove, chaplin; Elsie Scott Latimer, Fort Worth, par- i liamentarian; and Hel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 February 1930

Four. THE HANDOUT RARE COLLECTION OF BOOKS AND CURIOS IS PRESENTED TO T. W. C. ) * Elbert B. Naugle, through his par- ents, Mr. and Mr*. W. C. Naugle, 3801 Avenue G, has presented to Tex- aa Woman's College a collection of rare old French and German book* and of curios collected throughout Europe and the Orient. The donor was a student in old ^gtaJVjlytechnic College for one year. He later attended Texas University ,,v re- ceiving both an A. B. and A. M. de- gree from this college. He was then selected to receive the Rhodes scholar- ship (later his younger brother also had this honor) and studied in Ox- • ford, majoring in diplomacy and fi- nance. At the outbreak of the World War, he joined the British army and served as financial secretary of the general assigned in India. He also went through almost all of Asia. He is now an official in the City Nation- al Bank, of New York. The volums of French, German, and Latin books are in their original bind- ings, and many seem to be first e...

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