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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1930

• h ■ _ ► THE CHATTER BOX VOLUME XIV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEAChERS COLLEGE DENTON TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY IB." 1910 —r 14 ANGNA ENTERS TO BE HERE IN ARTIST NUMBER A special aaaaiaa of the Tex** Leg- islature will convene at 12 o'clock, I Jan. 20. The governor has submitted | tare subject*: Solutions of the Peni-j tenia ry Problems, and Legislations. CorrectinK Present Fee System. It to believed that he will submit the ques- tion of financing the summer ses- sions of the College*. The appropria- SECOND FINE AKTS N1 MBER OF tions allowed for this College th, TBHM TO BE PRESENTED ON summer total of 140,000. The cost of J AN I' AMY 29; MISS E.VTEHS the session will be above $120,000. TO DANCE Dr. Marquis stated. The legislature1 ____ will likely supplement the original Angna Enters, who will present appropriation by an amount sufficient her "Episodes" and "Compositions" to enable the instittion to meet the i„ Dance Forms in the Auditorium coat of the session by making use of at 8:l6 O'clo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1930

MR ps: . rtn THE CAMPUS CHAT Published By Stud eat «f tite North Texas State j Tear i*rs College, Denton. Texas : Campus Chat Km ered .1 Second ("'lass Mail Matter at the Poatoffki at >entua. Texas, Dec- A, Ills Campus, Chat, m ia j* ir ' ' 4116 STAFF lubdlr Armiste TI; Editor in-chief Helen Hall E r Associate Editor t'larenre Jaeggli ami Marion Jaeggli Uterary Editara Porter ttaird Cxchaage Editor Latest liooks and Literary Gossip HtMly Clarettee and Marion Jaeggli i >### ## ###### * ' # ####* «i Exchanges B> Porter Baud f ******** #***# *#*# "* ] Ingenious Student Freshman Skits ' invite* <w *° Prevent Slipping way." Whether ft patent should he applied for and a company organised to Mil hand shoe* for skating was not Warned. ('alien B Vance >***j> m. h~„ r..« around h.« .b. ^T'^rT* : last week « r an listening to those big Beparters:bea ra Cornwall, Hidaey Reeves, Fred Nance. ^ chief character. a detective, who solve* each mystery. >.>yis Thmapssa, MB Ardls...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1930

EAGLE CAGERS COP TWIN BILL FROM TRINITY —— Speaking of Sports \ FRED NANCE 1 Denton Broncos NEW EQUIPMENT for eh., kin* the t.H.U in and out. ijhmrti Pn! *Ztrnua n>; devir. will ennble the student, IAt))arV i al Strays PATRONIZE OI K ADVERTISERS Split With Cubs NEW COMBINATION BE SUCCESSFUL; -frfftttjujj basketball fans have had Trinity Univei-.tty'g basketball team the Pk'*nm" of •••*■* *«® ,)f the PROVES TO doe not compare favorably with that nu,Kt orating: and well-played SECOND TEAM HOLDS VISITORS OWN WITH Coach Terrance Myracle'a Eagles completely outclassed a team from Trinity University last week end lu two listless games played in Harriss jrymnasium before a fair crowd. The Tigers seemed to be unable to cope with the fast brand of basketball played by the local team, and Myra- cle's sending in his second team was all that kept the score from being more uneven. The first game began with the Eagles' new line-up of Cowley and Cummings at forward, Brock at cen- ter, and Perry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1930

Dr. Kingsbury Gives Threefold Purpose of Historical Collection 1 he of which At* wry rare from Pilot FWt, Mr, Same* Hair and Chanre, established - h memorial fc< Mi* Mat tie A lt)*rkwfII, « library to the "Tl t liat of •*Thr <« year* g*> the authorities «# this Collifi to undertake the tiryai... at ■: of a historical eollee- ti«m," according to Dr. J. I* King* bury, curator of the mwaai 'There were three jiarpoaes• 11> to IMA a i*fe desultory tor letter*, diaries and other old documents. MHpMiMM and old book* of importance r« stu tier. ,4t of the history of Te**s; (f) to gather as comprehensive a collection a* [• .hie ef test hook* used ill the common or high acfceete or in eol- ieifp* at any tin* in ail parts of the UniUd Statas. thus makinjc pa* sible the att«Jy of the development of education; (3) to provide • place when- material object* might be a* semHled for the study of American life from the Cokminl period to oar •Ml 4*y and the Manner of llvingl of people in ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 January 1930

■iV, %KS-- r THE CHATTER BOX I THE VOLUME XIV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY JANUARY 25. 1910 College authorities took every pre- i nut ion to pnvtat accident* on the campus during the days in which •very thing wan ice-coated. Gravel ami cinders were sprinkled on all aide, walks on the campus. The Janitors and men on the camp- us worked diligently to keep the building* comfortable. Many were not aware of the bleakness of the weath- er until being forced to leave one of the class-rooms. , PROGRAM OF DANCE IS TO BE PRESENTED AS FINE ARTS NUMBER NEW FEATURES OF DALLAS CO. SYSTEM TOLD DRAMATIC CLUB SELECTS "MARY THIRD" AS PLAY H. L. GOERNER, DALLAS COUNTY CA8T NAMED FOR PLAY—MRS. ANGNA ENTERS PRESENTED IN ! RECITAL HERE 81. PKIUNTENDENT OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONS TALKS liBRE DURING ASSEMBLY HOUR Miss Hornbeak is To Receive Ph. D , j ir i !ncw « F* yei >«> tne uaiias County I'6^rC0 IrOWl I tilC Schooi8 WBS «l Wned by H. L. Goer- ° ner, county superintendent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 January 1930

asraws THIS CAMPUS CHAT l'ubll*hed B) >1 uilrllU of th. Not th This* HtatS Teacher* loll***, Dentos, Texas TTsSSTOSSTfiil Matter st the ipus ('ui ("ntrrnl Piwtol(ic« at UrnUin. f«Wp ( auipua 1 hat. uw jw&t lite. t, • • — WAFF lis belli \r !< at) Mm Hall CltrtK* Juiuli and Marion Jaegg>„ Literary Eitwi I'orler Kaird ... , - fait!—g| Editor Reporters: Cullen' B Vance, Raehael Hughes, IT mayne Haggard. Klaine Adams. h y. Paye Gideon, Lynn Knight, Mar> Heitt, Doyle Tbonmpson, H. B. Singleton, Martha Rice, Roberta Stogner. John Kin*, Noble Wriht, Otte Brown, Mr*. Orea Head lee, Ju.idia Martin, Lenora Cornwall. ' r i Printed by Student* of the North Texas Stale Teachers Collage J. D. Hall, Instructor in Printing -HTKMBtSi ffexAd iwfi uT.^rriXmiTT5K?nr~ K M K«eves, Bin ASSOCIATION Manager. Bo* mVTT l Station •* A re You Guilty? Latest I looks and Literary Gossip Edited HU Clarence and Marion Jaeggli *.*■ 00 f 00000000000 mm 000000000000000000000^ Th* flood of war *tones tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 January 1930

EAGLES ENGAGE i EAGLES SPLIT CATS IN SERIES I OPENING SERIES Denton Broncs i Down Denison AT HI NTSVILLE WITH CANYON COLLEGE CAGERS Cagers, 36 to 26 DENTON EAGLES DEEEAT AUSTIN SAM HOUSTON LOOMS AS A KU'LK'S MKN SHOW RESULT LOCALS P.VtSE IN T. I. A. A, STRONG CONTENDER FOR I 0F 1 ON(; WW F1H8T RACE TO TAKE ON AUSTIN HONORS—OEEEAT It KID'S MEN *'6HT; BUT WIN SECOND CON- COLLEGE KANGAROOS; FIRST TWICE TEST i: AMI.' MI ivm DaaUm High School's elongated Speaking of Sports KRED NANCE for the crown. But hftskotimll rae "i j you can put a little bit of dejj«ndenee are seldom decided until the final j in this. wii ■as■ TWICE 9> The Eagle cagers will meet the strong Bearkats of Sam Houston Teachers College February 3 and 4 in the latter** gymnasium. These games are expected to be among Coach Hyndc'i stiff est encounters since the Cats are strong T. I. A. A. con- tenders. "We are fully aware that the competition will be keen and are making every effort to annex those games," Torrance Myrac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 January 1930

Saturday Show at College Auditorium —— Harm ( locks, Brooms Strong "Hurricanes" Current Literature f<aturedbyP,g.p.; Lead Intra-Mural Club insuers Roll Party at ('tub House dirts' Basket bail With Opera Name *pp Invitations, ^uaniu fui«i for um annual «• n4 Historical Society Martha \ w, ,f, an, d - firg( Meeting Veteran iMiw«r of tins I' K. F. j Club of T. C. Mi(fh Unknot have used this weak to initiate new mmmtmr*. A sehedul* for the swwk «*« ar- ranged Monday and initiation began the ««f night. During the week Id members have been honored with b w* and numerou* deeds of «S fr- iti the initiate. T uenda;, the said n««r noemharft rr« on t he eMqpM in the roles of mere children. They were dreseed to that effect and were com- manded tu act a« sueh Wednesday thay carried their book* in auiti-aaea throughout the day while Thursday they were the proud posaemor* of hroomii and alarm. dorks. Initiation ended laat night with a party at the College Clwb Mouae Th* ' Hurricanes" and "Green...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1930

fei , ■Ms ■ V\$ . w $v 1 is ■c ■ iVfi ZrS M THE CHATTER BOX VOLUME XIV NORTH TKXAS STATE rEACht-'RS COLLI GE Dl N ION 11 \. ATURDAY. I I BRUARY 1, I 9M 16 "Proft .'Hal Assets" will be the theme carried out by the Sophomo Unit of the Girls' Forum, who will' be m charge of Assembly Tuesday, February 4 at the 11 o'clock hour in the college auditorium. Sophomore grirls of the College will meet in the Girl* Reception Room and march In an a procession. Rev. William R. Viverette Jr. will give the devotional. A vocal selec- j tion will be rendered by Sidney Brietz, A playlet called "Bringing Home the Bacon" will be presented by the students of the Speech department. MID YEAR HIGH BOARDING HOME SCHOOL GK ADS ENTER COLLEGE PROBLEMS ARE TOPIC AT MEET Know Your Profs PRESIDENT OE ENTERS' SPECIAL COIRKES PROVIDED FOR I HKM . VI VV S( III 1)1 1.1 FOR A M AXIM I M OF FOl R SI BJECT8 Monday nght, February 3 is to be pay-up night at the Current Litera- ture CluL meeting to be held in the College Clu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1930

m Criddle Historical Society Hears Life Of John Tarleton SELF MOTOR CO. TEAM BOW'S TO WREN DRL'GGISTS —- — Juniors Trounce Seniors in Fast Intramural (io Speaking of Sports FRED NANCE At th« Iwt rr g at the E. 0.1 Self Motor Company'* entry in th« Cndrile Hist r •! fcociety, Mr* Major Cltjr l, ifuc W • hard fought Kmni« White tenvt a talk <fi the life of John Tarleton, fo«ad«r of John Tarieton ( tkm at SU-phenvijle, Twhim * - m*>*c at«yj with Mr gnd Mr* Georg* Williams for many ymt* un4 thi er<ou t wan *iven to Urn. White by Mr* William* who re*kits in Erash County Dr. W H Bruc*. president eraeri- tun > f the college. we* the first presi- dent at Sah Tarleton College and wai the principal speaker at the re- ceni dedio^ion of tha new auditorium thei*. fe i Founder of Coll*it* "John Tarleton, founder of Tarleton Coilege, was born hi Green Mountain Vermont in 1HOT Hi« father di«d if to th«- Wren Drug f by a oa* point margin, Tuesday in Port Worth, the score being 19 to 18. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1930

J nn THE! CAMPUS CHAT and Thanksgiving will alwat,. fall on the same day. J Other holidays that have fixed dates will always fall on the same day of the wet-k. And there Will always be a Kridao 13 in every month of the year. The new calendar will contain thirteen months of exactly four weeks each. One day would be left over, and would fit in at the end } as a holiday. Exchanges Bv Porter Uaird Believing to have one of the beat, Six ) Cars t go Itay lionta Latest Hooks and Literary Gossip Itjr Clarence and Marion Jat-xxli Most holidays will get new dates under the new ar- arranged basketball schedules in the The seniors observed senior week * L Iih iiit-ntui i y. ' Th« Jioi af Avenue" did not appeal to i great deal! tiia • a Published By Students of the North Texas State Teachers College. Denton. Texas Campus Chat Entered as Second da** Mail Matter at l'*> * I'ostoffice at Denton. Texas. Dec. 8, 1916 rangenient. Washington's birthday will be celebrated on history of West Texas, th...

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

I I STATE WILL AID BOTH RURAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS Eleven Boys Now Occupy Hand House inuxhu t.d \ cu * Biology Instructor Observes Tree H,-mu Published hU Student Printers (iTOW IrOtll linV Blish To (ilUIlt OBJECT Oi I \W \ 11 CHI I I>Kf N CH A Ml TO ATTI M) SCHOOLS; PASSED IN FALL "The Band Houn* which to located on I the South wf t comer of the e*mpu* «ha* recently been rrpairwJ, re papered IS TO GIVE ;.h ; <-fi In order to <, i.mmtxiato AN EQt A I. the ban<J, who atay there without coat, fiOOl) f If « small: mm to «<vit the Cn - lh* mh «.f a rriM at *r -Uf prtnmrr*! by Gmurg' M CruUtft#** t. fc-a." and light MU ," stated Floyd Graham, director of the band. Mr Graham made the n«-re#aary Ifrwuwawti for obtaining the house. and Uto that he to well ple**ed (Pa ««d by the first Fall session, with the pride the boys are showing of the Forty Arst Legi*l ture and n making the house seem like a home. j. • . , the Called Se« >' n, Chapter 2, page The toyi are resfatnsibto for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1930

8 College Athletic Plant Used As Laboratory lor Physical Kducation Majors and Recreation ELftQLiL PtsRK iiMjMrnaN •OOCIR « H O OK ft V MtN# ! WD''TvPA H T A W . n A t- •" • •.. - , CJ to Adjacent to ihi* swimming pool is an outdoor auditorium which accom- modate* several thousand spectators. The stage which is of concrete is suitable for any type of outdoor theatrical or musical entertainments. A picture icrwn and two alternating shade this part of the grounds, projector machines provide movies An outdoor bowling alley is pro- durintr suitable weather and iti the vided for tho e fond of th<i sport, summer many exercises and assom- Horiiontal liars and fixed parallel blies are held in the open air by bars are provided outside the jjiym- nieans of the outdoor auditorium, uaaiums to facilitate breathing ex. The stage ia built to amplify sound, ercises. The eoHigw ia provided with two A Ha* goto stands in the center of regulation siie football fields. One, the Recreation Park at one ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1930

## ## (U BS AND SOCIETY Saturday Ni^ht Picture Depicts Four Sew Members Taken in Honorary Commerce Society Member* of the h Or.-it* Pi M* gamaation held their firn mating: of the year at !be home of Mr . Deata Headlee T ltesday evening, Christ- mas card* th*f werv retelved from other chapters win read bjr the MM! retary A A. Miller. sponsor of the clttb, was to attend the "Nation*) Aju^x-iation of Commercial Teacher Tr*ini"ir In • lit. n.' which i to be held at the Universiljr of New York, New York Ctty, February 2ft to March 1 inehi ive Thin College ha* an institutional membership and will have a place on the program thii year. The ehib voted to aaeiet Mr, Miller in every possible way. New pledges taken in at the meet ing are: Ova Lee Payne. Pauline Block. Mary V. Allen, and E. B. Cur- tia. l4rim«r Beport* V A. Larimer, who recently at tended the biannual convention of the organization that wai held in con- nection with the National Institu tion «f Commercial Teacher* in Chi- cago ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1930

CHATTER BOX THE CHAT VOLUME XIV NORTH FEXAS STATE rEACHLtRS COLLEGE DEMON il XAS SA 1 I RDAV. HBRUARY 8 1950 17 Hit Tina" n ha I h< i. 1 T 1 7IAI 1^1 that M R. Turner B S. graduate of VI III P . V II II IN the college 1926 has been rt fleeted . ? V1VLl T " as superintendent of the Holliday PUblic Schools for a period of tw>> years by the school board there with an increase in salary of four hun- dred dollars a year. Turner has a unjque graduating class this year in | that of the eight students to receive diplomas, seven are young men. RECITAL IS GIVEN TALONS CLUB SECURES HOUSE ON OAK STRfcET miss lillian parrill ynd m m) a m k marie kohnova entertain appreciate e vudiench tuesday Hon. J. O. Guleke of Amarillo has resigned from the Board of Regents of tha North Texas State Teachers! College and has accepted an appoint-! Miss Juddie Martin ment from Dan Moody to serve on the Miss Lillian M. Parrill, head of the newly created State Board of Edu-! raus'e department, and Madame ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1930

I rtn rHJ. ( \Mt'l v ("HA I Pabiiatwd itj Student* <f th* North Teaeher* t ollege. llrnton, 1 T«■**# Stale ?X*i Cja|)iM (hal Entered a* >rcond ('It l I ten ton, |i vj- Unpu> ( hat, Wr }<• ( - \1 Al! V( at Irr i i. th« 1>«*. , 1916 S1JM >f u> the B. Borrowed Editorials To (In- 1 dcertiser Exchangeh Bv I'orter Hiird Six Years Ago 1 s > * S > % C. I At I est Hooks and Literary Gossip iy ( larenr* and Marion j ?kk1> IK tC and their o the pub- i—my lUUS ed en th* ivable It ia light many moat far from tn th* Isabella Armmtead Helm Hall ( larenrr Jarjfijli ^(mJ I'ortrr Kaird f red N*n<- iTAf- f- Mari'Xi Jaetftfll thor Editor in-chief Associate Lditer literary Editor* Exchange Editor Sport l/litiir ■rid Report* r ■ njij i" flhkk Knijrht, .VU>, Maru'.ha Ki< < Oti* Bi'iwn, m rd. Kit licit t, Koben Mr , O rha Fa, le Thorn >jmer, J< H< tea, Ho n, Lynn nffl.tOD, Wrijfht, Unora ! fit Cornwall, and Hay Printed by BCCJ'M 4. Student* of the North Tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1930

CLUBS AM) SOCIETY X Pi Phi Pi Pledges Sunday School Class Do Stunts About ' Gives Farm Party Campus This Week Freshman Skits Culltrn U. Vancc M omen's Forum Meets; Discusses Girls' Activities Texas Sculptors Studied By Mary Ardens At Meeting February meeting of the IVxaa Sculptors" was the subject The Youn^ Women's Forum met Thurs-1 'he last meeting of the Mary day morning at eleven o'clock in the , Arden Club at the Lodjre Monday Club House. The aession was called I evening at 7 o'clock. Billie Stowers to order by Lucille Ellis, and the roil the life of Elizabeth Key, who j the inittttjon o{ t.ho pledges told "them called and the minutes read by the j though not a native Texan, died in secretary, Edith Gross. New mem- j Texas and left her studio in Austin Instructing the new pledges formed the chief part of the meeting of the the 1*1 Phi Pi Tuesday evening at the T. C. Club House. The new pledges are llaiTy White, Cullen Vanre, Guy Hush. Douglas Bird, Herve.v Cox, and Walter SpiUer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1930

Denton High Broncs Eagles Split Series Split Gaines with With Sam Houston Athens Quintet TV Kaglss m Speaking of Sports FRED NANCE Dependable Guard A* JOKE Spring Training To Open in March me a iff ft* I Mid. y !>tU:r ft hot Dan McAlisUrr's Bron, <, one of the outstanding e<>nt«-n.i«>r> fc>r t).<- •• t* high Sefaucl title I>p4lt a k'i • •en*s with the n«• ./.> • Athens Hornet* at th« Ham* gym namum Friday and Saturday night*, the T I. A. A. crt n by dropjjtng the womj gs i of the *«ri«« with Sam HouKton lft.it Tueedfty night ftt HunUvilla. Th# Kagle* won th«- first gtmt 25 t<. SfO .rily to '<-<■ the Hearkat - -tag, a remcl«<k the following night to Sometime# studanta real I) A month ago ie grifxr* lai w# trandtr if college know what th«y want, we heard several rrori n«nting over tlw fact winning Ihe f mt g-> hy the count of """ I he r.ag 14 to 7 <>nl> to j.,*, th# l«nt tilt t.,- the count of 2 Uj Iti A ca crowd *aw a \ ar • i ■• ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1930

"BARRY" (A continued story) Editor's note: Everybody liken something new and this is new to Campus Chat readers. Each week for four consecutive weeks there will appear an installment of this short w | comes apparent on entering. On this and that was certainly the acid test! III. Eaeh drug store possesses a spea- rate and distinct personality. One may be sedate and dignified, while arvther somehow appeals to a far different crowd. Dyche's fairly ra- diates a spirit of c&maradie that bo First Administration Building particular afternoon, a rather heated story, "Barry/* which deala actuations on our own campus. Watch V*. . . i 3 . , I discussion was in progress, over the thwe columns because vou may have' . , r , , . u .. inevitable cokes, piuye i a f urt in the story. The name. of the author is being withheld until Horace Henry, who for some rea- a later date. Watch for the next *>"• Bti" bears the sobriquet of "freshman" hatl ignited the fuse by j asking. "Whoinell is this Bar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1930

Organization For Raising Funds For Memorial Tower Campaign Being Walker Discusses Two Stud en in Enjoy Fates Determined , Swell Affair—What? By St. Valentine Smith-Hushes Han Head and Find Out Belong to Past Junior Basketeers Remain in Lead In Tournament Sidney Reeves Is Fleeted I*resident Of FN is Co. Club Perfected; Milliard is Chairman For Commerce The Men; .rial T *fr k as a dream sn the mi T. C. exti every urvci- the idi beei R. L r>*i At a recent meeting of the Pi Omega Pi. local chapter of the Na- j conceivr-d by dent* of the inspired with th.ng Jn it* the idea ha* of the col!.' thufiutietllj' all of them a tima!, | da** pf 1 the idea a: Iwhalf Sir spread am W( OJ| « f, wHi dotn« « i ha ng th a b** nong I. E I>« and gave ih« them th' Conflict, the uf eli'l. Oti ft live in thai iver*al i L Hi Tow lead ny W< of Ml O. urtd <r Roach Appro*i~ rained in t tonal nitjr, A. Sanger ing the in a la* emmant pliei to in the v culture, Ci, tod Vn . With th ind with ti sh' uld b...

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