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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1928

m THE CAMPUS CHAT vol umi-: xii N( )K ill II \ \s S | A 11 11 Ac Hf.rlS COI.LhGl:. DtN .TON. TEXAS, SATURDAY. Jl'NI <> 1928 Readies nine classes are opened to meet demands 150 CLASHES KK.IDI V I lOSHD PR V TH VI I V \I.I i I VSSl-.'S NORMAL NOT OF U K I D IIIis SI MM Eli The total em lliiiehl f,,i tbc -am mer term had reaCiheiJ '}. at m-on Friday. Affording t \ ' M« Gitinis, buaittvs.il iKpnagvt of the i lege This is uii tnrrease of ill/' Uti I0W over tin- ««i t11. rullhtt'!!' ..i last sun-met and makes Mm ii> i student body t.i attend ti i during one term I'herc will p, • bly be mure than 20ti t.o eutei lining tin* second term 1 IU|- to t ill' l I oWlied eoltdli .l |i."*. ih< heads of the departments met late Monday night arid lithe litiet.iiip wi-ti Cleated Mll-mc MM, siR't lul l I , •;«• opened the third period, tin i'i graph; classes made room for !if teen additional ituden; , bona evo llomlCS 121 otfeted ill tin I'll -! period, English 201 opened ii in settlor at th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1928

ritk CAMPUb CHAT rum i«mc ** On* ol the Nt Twrbcni i«ll«i Utti.tuu *. • T«* r Ta.t ^r. '*«l kBttlXl M SVOU..1 i ttaw. M >* ■ail r • 1 UW >1 Uttluli Tana* tlHttllvi i 1*1# Cfcat tin Vmi II ii •TAW Editor ■ in-chief Margaret Mehafiev Assorian Edit.i 1 £ Hornwn Literary Kditoi Hubert Hammock Sport* Editor Fred Stoic* Assistants Berime XXilkersmi Gi.u. Cresset Haportcr- Dorothy Jean Jiofayn, Mai juri* Simpson. Hi-nun XX'il'.er s£ n. I sabelle Armistead, Rathe; Hughe*,. Cherry West, C.cnc Grady, Eva Hatcher, T nmnur KiiVrngh, Marjorie Roger*. Alta Childress, Onata Cherry. F S Key, Marga.ei Hetuaan MEMMK* TKX 48 INTMCOIXKUMT* PRESS ASftOTI ATTKIK EXCHASdES Oil UtindNt «veiling the college awarded seventwt dug!<■«• . aeven uf whivli were the Ravhtor Scienct degree* and ten Bachelor ■if Arts. The t>u*iiie office is e&pectinir a t.ital enrollment of Wb f<it t he -ittimner, Tl.".- South Texan Out tittle -1ft*• i way c- u in *mi# Texas ha# gt'K^n c.mtsideraidy in i* few ye*i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1928

North Texas State Teachers College Summer Viitui A1 ford 70 E L Anderson 451J Vlnr.s Anderson .167J ,.. Kimr. Xngeii 1 Itifl Viiit.i Murkstlale 1 IftlW (.lad> ■ Hates ... Mud li Beach ii a i vv 1 E Mluir 1062 .1 Mary Kathryn Roswell If 13 Velma Brace well ;a> Annie <! Brad 1st) i.o;< Lottie Biusbears ;.«< w Hir.lie BlenhoHz HOfiJ W eidon Brewster w ( V Hi i.ltre HirK'i-K 1 I B r..d it- 11 ; :s .i 3 N. Brown H7U-J Jlury Helen Brown in!,:! .1 Myrtle C Brown (lbfi 1 K Murk IU" J Mmgarel But lei 280 VV Vir|>ttiin Call..way iS2 J Mi Nita Cant reft I101-J K.iith 1, Clark 313 Nelli. Cleveland 11SO Bos , ( ..mpton 734 Mary Rutli < ook Hllf. J l>on t i otteral :(K| Mum Jo Cowling "iity Mat to- KHa Cravens 54? ttei.i gi VI CrutsuiKer cunt vv V ddie VI ae i lutbo 05 Unit, l aimelley 12'M R \! >nao Davis It?'.! VV 1324 W. Ouk Street mr.', w cheKtnui 207 Avenue A m I if < Kfripi St. 1721 W MulUnw I MM Sycamore Street .121 N mi ma I Avenue lit I W. Sycamore 322 Norma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1928

ri% it'/' T/i I Pi Gamma Mu Hag mwtm Historical Sod*fc1 Vow Planning Work For Summer tmml *r of ' "The I. D Criddl* HwtorUai So- Mu, Ox n*t. t.*i Social si- i«n. «• fra riety he* had • very profitable year.! ternit) en th* campus has coatgtetad und is now planning! ««M fMH1! according to Roe* work for th* wmnur and <<,rriing fell/'! the erganiier Sob* of th#- W. H Brock futmur president, H)ri. i Kitten Scratches Osute Cherry king for a pi*- < erian ten it'* th*- mm to Mfai it with lite It pays t<« i-upy - i 'ti twwiv mmuf., pay for 4 and chorus Organizes for Summer Term later) T I rttkiUfii 1 With th* Ix-gmr^n* <f thi w* tern a large number of i** stu- hay another (part. Muall: i Seventeen It's finished You pay for it ■ | SwiOii « h*H.f«tr> laboratory. Mr Muell (Thro* minute* later) Th* College Chorus awl in tlte Audi* Teacher M.i* everyoae get g«,wr Oet th* th* doctor and! I'll pay for it. turiuti. We<lue*dey afternoon, Jun* #, of th# paat y*ar war* th* talks T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 June 1928

OLl ME Xli NORTH TIX ITATK TEA! i OI.I.EGE. IIIA I'OV, TEXAS. SATURDAY. Jl Nl Hi. l#iW. I I'M BEN :I3 \ * * * CHURCHES OF DENTON SPONSOR ALL-COLLEGE GET ACOU AINTED PAR'! V ( OLLMih MIXKR assembly program HEADS FROLICS features chorus OF NEW SEASON Robert Hammock GAMES. EATS. AND PROGRAM FEATURE ENTERTAIN M ENT IIELIi ON THE CAMPUS FRIDAY EVENING OF LAST WEEK Approximately 2,500 attended the all-College mixer held on the campus Friday evering, June 8, from 7:1S until 10 o'clock. This was the first social of the summer session and it was sponsored by the churches of Denton. During the firat part of the mixer, the students gathered In groups at the designated places on the campus. These groups were formed by certain church denominations and not by college classes. Each church had charge of its own group and the entertainment was conducted by the church leaders. Each pastor gave an address of welcome to his group, and refreshments were served. At &Ai> o'clock the various groups ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 June 1928

1 rtn Th 1 i < in >A* N ook' A it ten Scratch BIOI.CKjV BOOKS ISdL EU I HUM WAIN BOOKKOOM ICS Not That It Matter* \ Hr I ## #### < * rvKfrV I UMMt k§V( «n( of IImi m > ut tlU? bU \ UivVid tw tu* > M*§ i«|*^ FIELDS Oft TLXAJ i their li gulden |r will Lv laaued to the tu- rhi^ i'bttnifv ■>f th*- crowded condition at re dci'trtiocut of the library. fir* >ppc heel /Jo Kom Remember? The *y. ff.ii th -i * /** I Htudei kith 1* • Kite the .it— ji.i.ki.ia1 AM* I' it" ' Li al Md fr 1 UO!i. tWllW KM, Not 'Mi low flash i« "r Mil tlKMM on the othi "■ minuten beti ; (>i*ll , arid I i Ih- ample <•« ! 1 <11* H iii !•< V a>. and the emerald be the ignal for ami rd the west; and the yel- a Aitfnal for tune out thai <!id not yet across >r signal*. Allow ten Ween the ringing of the si retardation hy lights <um- for tardiness to I girl is the orn man from a pol who j ii The yellow field* of T.ss., I knew them a* • boy; In June they were like paradi*« And fill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 June 1928

9 % ; Sentences ut Sport I D ; tiY > HLb N AN i t * Hundt-r if ihe> an ■mius. r\ir< ( am pus ('hirps ■10 "Laliniiu/" .Vl?M Feature for Clai Xigures Tvxms net ion . + + + + J On« uf the uioii, fulyr iii th« fAcid uf athletic* t*ui fruui thtf Siflit P*t« Caw thorn for fiv* jnut coach At AuiliC Col leg* leaves hi* present position this fail Coach Caw thorn Secured and maintained the love arid r«sp#ct of hu men, a* well as the en tire student body. The Kanagaroos owe their success largely to the i>a tient and painstaking effort* of their efficient mentor Now that he is go ing, we synipa*h*..e with Austin Col ! lege in their loss, and give tribute U< i Mr. Cawthorn'u work wnile at Slier { man. Thsre appeared in last week's issue of the Battalion, weekly paper of A. & M. College, the Aggies' football schedule for this fall. The schedule will be, we think, a very difficult one for the Aggies. Such formidable teams as Sewanee, Centenarry, T. C. U., he '■> mini Frk Ab B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 June 1928

COLLEGE SKNDS DELEGATES TO V MAV. MKE1 \i 4 i: t Jniio iti Swimming Popular Manv Activities Marv \rdens to sp rt \re Sponsored l Install Officers Bv Y. M -V. W. Masters To Head Summer (iraduates fit nth rson county Student* Orgt PROh E SSI ONALS l.t KLI. % CAIMW 4 to** wt V ft ' '* * v j■*..* . .7'i... P. I. K'AI.I inb. in* f.l V T nit tli Ear Not*, and Throat Carefully Fittaii • r,WNui i Uta4* Wank h..n. m HmMmmmi M r R. I'INKR. M l>, Sn M Office Ph« jrti* Building 86 or 441 •« l Ms ulur pr< will I M./llft, «... Hi - i ml ul ■fohn« fur the KV Bcifuh Hi , and of Kv; (! tlM Wi Don life and of a utu-ral i* in charge ig claaa. Wu Haxel Kva Mutchcr art/ in i<-r ciaanea. Charlie C a/g* of ail the bo> ftuyji (ittgyrf left Paal president* of th- V M C. A cm-ltMlc (Hi* Milliard. L«a Wilson, K | M. Key, Thorns* Hardy, Bullock I llyder. and Lloyd Devi* Thonw of *hf Y VY ( A melude Klitht* Hamilton, Other OHhield*, Alyne , Ktry. a rl Oertrude Ta|h*rt The j pmudentd are < < H!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1928

4$ HAT m'Ni: xil rtri TEX iS ST VI E Tt.'At It Dies collicij, denton, tfxas, FRIDAY. JINK 22. IH28 SI M HI l< II COLLEGE EX-STUDENTS PLAN CONST RUCTION Of Mh-iuOtCLiL IOWlu HfcKL CAMPAIGN FOR RAISING FINDS IS IN PROGRESS j A VESTA PRIZE v r-A! !> Wil l. i <1. ' WARDS UOXS (,<l I It'll. '! ?me (iiven Fifth and Fourth (trades Approximauiy thirty members uf the l<«urth al.d fgrades >'i the 1 K-imiii: H ati«n school were entertamed L, Mr. uini Mrs. O U. Dyc.he with a pi, ii • i n Tuesday afternoon, June II*. ST^ VKNTOTS^ IATION WITH 4 :Sa uMii *m oVlock al lh* (TltlRMAN CON-! ".vche farmstead. one mile southwest EXECUTIVE COMMITT EE OF EX* ul Aubrey. The viatit to the farm wus made in curs. The boys ami triHat were entertained bj swinging, visiting a small pond in a pasture nearby. and by playing Misses Nell Taylor and Betinie Wil- kerson. ALEX W. SPENCE SPEAKS TO CLUB KOONCE. Di m DRIVE Flans have been made by the ex- students of the College for the em _ tion of a mem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1928

|i r i <h>m > Ldi1 1 r*t ngb me a it* •r I. K. littiii-on Hot* ri M<•«<••« < ► r«i Nun.** Ultr WlllttTtitrfl. tjl'tt*" ■riftlty .lean Kufepip, ftmiMr W A rmwttvl, ♦<-- < lei . w« "■!. 11< in- i • < mi -. K. imigt,. -V'-l < Hitd" n*Bmk Nmk HYHN JSw*> f**' grew ftfogte <lw. bul t that «fet y« r !«* «• of the rrealwtt of nut author* have di*d If tit ii. i «ua > that Tbamm Hardy, h, vrttfMt 'n0w>W*- Hi lit* MW**L ,<* «• ( iiWiir I .ight ■ h v. gone Ma: one of the 1 *< **«•' and 'ft*** 'if the mudernr I ••«><■ Hyin,-. i* I goo* mj* He died ln*4 M'-ndar, rjuiie ' «' automobile 111' idMIt 'war W« home in* I rt'imui iHititt My I* bren l'a tied the jkiMfAf <f the ««i> •(!*' k' "#l' "f the I Vi-ti It i* true tiwi f«* j f- icr'iirr* could «|i|ir<'irh Mm in ; ? >■ in- i in finlmh «f work W ith a }H .rM "f w wr*ww ♦«"«': Mm and s ) ,n-t a* Me of cotwparnmn U'lWM-ii the j >;• >"! .lift tb.- :•«<! literature, h> wrote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1928

I We have inquire*! aUiut the College rrrrrinjuijjjj jl* h«*r«' cow,nun r The Intramural Basketball Tourn th<- popular opinion of our intrimural Mint i* week old now, ami all < f the lean., hav. b~n *~n in action. The ways it look* to u« no* is that it will be a three cornered rat-.-, with Van Zandt, Denton and Parker coun- ties in the lead. activities here. Judging from the re- which we given in a con- structive. rather than destrut tive, attitude, we feel that our intr-unum* contests should include more marts given thi responsibility and the >ln'Mdful tafk of pitching to an array | of hitting talent mwh a la posaatNMNl | by Ruth, I iehrig, Comb*, l-uiiuri, tiuKsm. K«eni*. Meusel, and Dururlu-r. Campus Chirps mak.'okii i„ iwiwi Have you noticed the halo floating around Ik-ati licCotwIt1* luted autre . ,u . tt , ,u lie renewal laat summer a pro kih ition? Houston has the first hall of the... . * . . . ,, ., . „ - IHe will have a larger attendance <t lexa> League ra we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1928

" .. . JSji'M"- % WiilM be M mmm ly r«>#.l it just it nt- e Who do twit U r« a-i anything hut tit# tufMf hi 1m M « " (ml ail refrain fr«.Bi (irnHlr- of yuur bear tioR might (mkmmi ihi: battle hymn of the r,. CHU.808 widow ••• | lift <•>«■ tiafe *een the glory of the *\ boy* rah. <•*! ' jj •'hit hw, j . «.|| conveyance* front Ford* to high • ! «,. earn; Slw- im* Jfe. U-r,rtl to «W«Wt rWthiWIfl- if the b > ft im near anil far knd «•*, never ha* walked home Chon U.ory, if Wj. .nUegc widow. (J« v fco'-feg. widow, ' CNwy, ffc'rtff. mil*** wMhfr, *? * rw if h s< .talked home" < Thi« o ay hf wn( over and < *nr anil a« rf «• % cloaing hymn If uned a* Hie invifstt'ttiTi Kitiii, -itiy firnt v -rw and eh ru only.) Heard in a hoarding bouae "I tl« wmh w..nW kei-|j lu-i room in btUtr owiefi I > n't find u thirif of her* wtwn I want it " "If JWM doii't -h i! U|1 ninglllg I'l' never give you MNithrr Lucky Strike " "I bought tbi* brittle of liMterttM- for Hulli - HaHto*i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1928

CAMPU CHAT Ol.l MI XII NOKTti TE ITATI SAC UK. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE M MUKK Si )EAN OF COLLEGE HAS 125 APPLICATIONS FOR DEGREES ON FILE NOW , ADDITIONS MAY BE MADE WITHIN ' NEXT FEW DAYS Floyd Graham FORTY-SEVEN APPLY FUR B. A. DEGREES — SEVENTY-EIGHT MAKE APPLICATION FOR B. S. DEGREES At the present time 125 candidates have filed applications for degrees wtucti will be conferred iu August, according to u statement made by Uean W. J. McConnell Thursday, June 27. This list is incomplete and those who expect to graduate and have not yet filed their names with the dean are urged to make a formal application at the office, Dean Mc- Connell says. The candidates for degree of bache- lor of arts include Bennie Blanche Akins, Denton; Edmund Lionell Angell, Denton; Mrs. Mary Perry man Angell, Denton; Uuey Jauiuta Baird, Clarksville; Jane Pearl Baird, Clarks- viUe; Lucile Balthrop, Denton; Newt Kay Barr, Denton; Irene Blount, Rice; Wilnia Ruth Brison, Pittsburg; Mildred Cathrine Cannon,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1928

I \( H iNOES Sot That It Matters Do ) on Remember'.' r, Ciilf COliCffV) ioV« LMA MATER tt'er, h**r thy aii4 r our loyalty U Ihn; yh the yicirv ^ur lw v uw no watuii£ oh mother, dMf* fHE ( AMPUs CHA1 -end nd* in tud«nt i on the «r / hi' Hook \ ook (i H the nr mil pro irlrl will Mak - it by ale I sun Atlffi MM ■ n f*t< She •lUitim INTCI J. •. MAM., it 1*1.1 *1 , it fiiUn i*h for (h<- Hu NuMfi I hi* fa Hal>i W. Mronao -irig Kurini in on F-imi irite pa*tirn • in Molly a BrDiiMMi, th*r • , th«- young author K„ and "Th>- Old Island, following , boating; nnd Milt «mI seeing to the will I... tlebate «• freshtnan coming 1«> college that everything in new, Strang", glaring. Th* next day hp is t ready to go hack home. Ht* «* to say a little longer. He "ifiktM friends; everything Is no rtr npw, Strang*', and glaring. He soon finds that things just seem dif- ferent; that tirne will sunn remove strangeness from anything. Four years in the college make* the student ition our tlurt '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1928

( am pus Chirps Kitten Scratches Oneit* Cherry ### (Mill Ul .ih ctiv* n he i hair, the ftlOI • ♦ encouri CIll Thi d right, B B Harris made a ver mg statement to one of just before the final* the other Jay It! it? A band stand will set those attiac- might help the rent of the unfortun- j uniforms off very nicely. It will ate* before the remaining finals. He very nice to sit on the lawn and said that the world was created in listen to the music floating over the •ix days and it ought to be a small water. It will be a romantic setting llii •oh on. >f u te hii of a i ha in iell has j gone, person on school placent in caln the "at her wh< r kmc iow anxious pr< . get located, the follow- t" is related:: died up madly tu one of and with a triumphant beaming countenance and -like hop to lier usually sedate grabbed the said friend around ■k, wildly gesticulating and g all the while that she had a at last! When the more com- liatner had finally succeeded ung the preturbed actions of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1928

II M 125 SENIORS HAVE M'PLIEI) EOK l)E(il KES Elementary dub Plans Keception To He (iiven Julv 5 D( ltd Pui A dp[m /'la/is to Sponsor I in am Dana Soon Well Known trior Of Shakcspt arian Play Hitf# 7///ir orl lit ast 1 exas ( tub Has Meeting For Organization Y.W.C. t. to Accept Ilembt rg Thin Week of the Young Mention rauy a at the Col- tec. C. A. -,1m <1 li ! ipya ar« held evening at 7 o'clock .mar of the ( I'Uege in in these mee'lnffs next /esper serviee to rt visit with hix tuthi rin| >ri pi wl to r*U-i\ on In smi jrvi lie Margaret n Ithridga ia in n it ion. Aft#r t d. a muaktai group become II be con h will In- fer* ami refresh rit* jity th Extension ('ourHen To He Discussed [( Meeting Thursday L W Hu ard m ry Ktrni ird Mil irtenlM wilt t. Member* of the | t>i), Dr. and Mrs. iOr. and Mra. (J. hosts and host 11 vi'nin*. •d Kli L A A. Of *ry Coun- iharp, and m will be during the Mrs. fcugama Terrell Ue. #; Mr* Alecta Antlerby Uainavtlle, Lester Clarence luenster; Fay Alle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 July 1928

[ CAMPUS CHAT ULI Mt: XII MIRTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 6. 192 Nil MliEK iti SAM LOSH INSTITUTE TO GIVE LIGHT OPERA HERE MONDAY NIGHT 1 Irs. (ientry Ul mmn is i'!l! !fl!! I) \S \IITS \! M!i! l{ Tl'DI.NTS TO BE PRESENTATION I II KET—SEATS HOLD TO PI BL1C OF ACTIVITY NOT TO BE The Sam Losh institute of Music ami School of Expression will present the opera "The Mikado" in the Col- lege auditorium Monday night, July 9, at h.15 o'clock. Although the opera "The Mikado" is called a sprightly travesty upon Japan it contains little beyond ita cos- tuming to indentify it with that coun- try. The music is not oriental but is pleasingly English. There are two acts of this most popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera. Th<' first act is scened in a street in Titipu. Nanki- Poo, the son of the Mikado, runs away from the court rather than to marry Kastisha, an elderly lady. Without telling his true rank he goes from town to town as a traveling minister. Depicts Love A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 July 1928

'f" It \ M P' \ot I hot It Matters P+++++0+++. 0+0+0*-+* 0+04 The Hook Sook Hiftiiff'fff f f f f f * * * T ' gat 1 I A it ten Scratchett CAMPUS 'jf (Writ ing ia 4u* to uwi fn that 4mk1 from bluur* on *eya "■ " * * me*n* **' * y "alright", it nutans yea; "may- la" ilviy) wui yea; "perhaps" and itl, turley" bwiri yes; "'hu*h" mt*an* go (i«; "don't" inaans do; awl "y«e" -wm" if shtr duean't change liar An uaatrella by • «• «>' An "A" by • <ir' ^ hit bojT thftt t&lias the WiVW WlWOfl i wimm u the Oft* Vluit inuujjn* ,m take Iku code and My you ,«-,j about women from ma Proap if «d to tb« tad, tha ai P' will uaked if ant? uf It to Th ar bo Wudr E Melver, Mary Katharya r. Mrs L. L. Fries Jr., and son Friesuo, Louisiana were tha i of Mary Ruth Cook and Janica last week-end They came t-Miay. June 27, and tha group ->ir Uf MM I tl, I I Mttf dry. Jurued Kad ai prida in aaaora. Tha i in that ra-1 haart soma- t«uum spirit, ivolt against it ion to tha 'onsarvativa, "lie P" Hi ten on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 July 1928

f \ ( am pus Chirps i J . I4111 iJ v H i VAN ZANDT AND Junior Swimmers VAN ZANDT TIES COLLEGE TEAM j DENTON ANNEX Advance Rapidly PARKER TO LEAD WINS IN MEET COUNTY GAMES WINS THIS WEEK <m;khk is new offensive ST\K— DENTON HEVEAEN SEVKRAI. BTKOMi til ANUS. Bt T TEAMWORK CHARACTER* l/EM WEEK PLAY J Wl imor i >f HllZi A tl( f f rog wi > UOIfl VIII t?r the dir« ■ d tills W< l JUttt how lUtt!1- swiium#ra Mud divers thtr when the young aspirant ? Oiitf cun utily prophes) UIK by thf rapid !>r.>Kre PARKER. VAN /.AN 1)1° AND DENTON AKE I.EADINU OTHER TEAMS \ LARD E MAKtilN. WHILE COCHRAN I.OSKS TO UREAK EVEN lliiVS MAKE DOOD s 11 u vs I s i SWIMMING MEET AT EOKT WOK I'M UK t ttrokct} Struup, first in iliv- i iiind hi diving. Hutck«>uh ,u11i( unU Hut i m the fifty yard; the re! y e Colli|t won first place i took u number of eveiitf t. I.'. meet in Fort Worth ml th *y vxiiKl to plti'ij in ;ain this year at the A. A. itch will be held iit Austin, rd Ki t Add ed Hi ti it i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 July 1928

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Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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