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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1930

THE CHATTER BOX THE CA CHAT VOLUME XIV The Dallas Morning News is giving an opportunity to all those in the teaching profession to subscribe for the paper at a greatly reduced rate. The special rate is five dollars a year through the mail. I)r. Marquis urge- sit faculty members who do not take this paper to take advantage of the courteous offer of the publishers since through the columns the teach- j er can read many articles that are RKPORT worth his time. The Dallas Morning News has always helped the cause of education and cooperated with the teachers in every way possible, Dr. Marquis stated. NORTH TEXAS ST AIL: 1 L:AChIiKS COLLEGE DIN ION 11 XAS. SATURDAY. TEBRl'ARY IS. mo 18 BOARD MEETS UNIQUE METHOD AT AUSTIN USEI) T0 Miss \ esta Watson, primary teach- er in the Demonstration School, has been honored by being asked to repre- sent the Alpha Iota, local chapter .of Knppa Delta Pi, in the national convocational at Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 24. This conven- tion is held ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1930

rm •% THE < A MILS (MAT PabliaJkrd by HtadeisU of the North lru >laU Teacher* ' v'k-s*, lienl..a, InM ( lapiii ( ha( l-.nUrr-d u -vccnd i I*-* >t 4. M.'ler ( the I'Mlsffwc at UtBtua, TtlM. Dec. A, 141$ ,r~" Latest Books and Literary Gossip Edited Ku C larence and Marion Jaeggli ##############«## # Six Yearn Ago Kay Bonia t-at Friday night the tuM of 12 t u gh and in p*rt mm* of which i - Th« Eagle*, t game. > 7. The ga, failed to all basketball however, pi ran. The Li 1* Fi g* Fn ( anpua (hat, nor jt*t .STAFF luatx-iW Arm -lead Helea Hail Clarence Jarggii and Marion Ja*Kfli Pocter Baird 1<«) .Nantt II 30 Editor in chief Aaaociale Editor literary Ediiura Exchange hditor Sport Editor i a far fr< rnent mad* laat weak--the rouid be rnade concerning 1 dim, that I have diarover- laMe one, I mutt admit. i-fh imbibing ot the jiiular literature consista. tame ty >■ of h« one Reporters CuJ nwyne Hag gar I, Ela Knigr.t, Mary Heitt, in B. Van Doyle Thoi e, KachaeJ >iughe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1930

Second Installment 8Y NO PR IB _ M.«t t>f us ni.'i> ; labor under th«* mu- coiweiition th t dr r,. i, tunuitbi « in young ami engaged in the ia- m*nr thou*tad w„rd . pUu-td txrtwMn red or j teresting business of falling in love. *r~„ ur blu, «,.«, .„J title.1 i,,rWrt.i, When the landlady came to the door It u our ..pinion that ev.n «trmns«r thin*. - The newcomer strode quickly to the back where Barry and Kay were seated and cleared his throat om- | inously. "Oh, hello, Biff," Barry greeted him. "Sit down and ha\r something to drink You look all wrought up." "Listen, you," growled the other, "You know why I'm here. What tha | hell do you mean by trying to cut in on my steady?" "In the first place," said Barry, "I was not aware that she belonged w r.«n "vrauk-pr inintfM f . , • j 1 at t kr pUr tn our rrrr mid t everyday, in third time and cleared her j to you, in the second place, you're proof of which w offer the torr of B*rry (hi"at meaningfully, he would make i.r*y, lad who t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1930

I CLUBS AND SOCIETY Junior Stewards of Methodist Church Have "Candy /'arty" Freshman Skits Hy ( uUt-n H V'*nre Valentine Program 18 Followed in Faculty Club Meet The Womer.'n F a, ;lty < .u!> February 1! th< Mir. A !• Lodgr Th< liaiiiMM MMWion opened I with th<? dt*ru«« n of the qutati'in | of the dub buy r.sr > •.* f r • • • arr. pun Mi < Efiilh I ClerV made the ; motion that th* club e< ntr '- i'e five d> liars to the fund M <• Nelli" L j Griffith? -ha-rmn / the I committee t "k mry >.f •<■ e* inr and cleverly t r->>!-;• - rj en h riumlef on the pr' ifram. Mr - F,<ili> Cox of the reading departw-nt r-*d an ar ' ti^lv and a ifr up <>( cited U the Valentine oeca«i< r Tarolw Bla^k I hurr. and V r* • i« C.rit if • '<• *ented in tap dance number*. Mi*i j F.va Staple tor* and Mrs I'hoehe A* ' living-1 Herbert Spitzer Is Elected /'resident lit >.H | d how the Cam * wn to be a *i*- I . f A if roup of Junior Steward* of the Met...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1930

CHATTER BOX THE CA VOLUME XIV NORTH I liXAS STATli TliACHLiRS COLLEGE DENTON. II XAS. SATURDAY, I l-BRl'ARV 22. 19 50 19 The library has received several books from Mrs. Mary S. Fitzgerald, wife of one of the regents of this ; College. Among the volumes re- j ceived are the 1927-28-29 editions oy "A Book fellow Anthology" and "Con- tinental Anthologies," in all of which are poema written by Mr-. Fitzgerald. "An Etching," a volume of poems | written by her is also among the • books. Mrs. Ftzgerald lives at Tyler, i The Pi Omega l*i will sponsor a | party for the entire Department of } Business Adnunistration at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening, February 25, at the j College Club House. All students j taking work in the Department of j business Administration are invited. Eagles Journey To Commerce Saturday For Last Road Tilt LIONS COME TO dentine Dance Is Banner Social Event of Season FIRST T. I. A. A. CO L Holiday Given For February 22 Due to the fact that Satur- day, February 22, is the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1930

Cii rm TH E CAMPUS ( H VT Bj HtvdcBl, of Ik* S .rth Tmu m l# T«t ci er ( ollefr Intoo, [rut • p«a ( h*l t.mlrr-i u CUw ,W*il Matte? t '.J«« Pwtoffirt ( li. t!',.;. if n- - i ■}; • JBJ Latest Books and Literary Gossip Edited By ( larence and Marion Jaeggli c (hit, on/- i f r iuhelW Arm: Helen H li (l*r«-*r* J rgfit ivd Porter lliird Freed N iw:e STAFF Marion Jaecfh SIM Editor ta-cfcief AmocmU Editor Literary Editor* Citkuir Mit«r ftport Miuir H Hughes, Ro- GmW, Lynn B Singleton, S : le Wrght, Reporter*: Ctiilen B V'a.iv«, Ri mayne t a.t- A itirj, !>,« Kr.igbt, Mar> Ht.-: i yle TV-- ; MaraUia Rice. Ho -rta r .£i -J ,nn j Otis Br<. * Mr , Or*a He*. J ... ■• Mart,r,. Len< rs Co rowel;, and Ray Boat*. Printed by Students of the Sortk Tmu Mala Tear her* College J. I) Hall, In«trurtor la Printing MEMBER TEXAS IS T E K CO I.!. EG 1A TE PKE A H.-iOC IA T1 ON H. M hu iii*r . Manager. Box 2-19, T, C. fusion >f e-urw you remember the murh di r tinned much m : aetni ph v.phical &g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1930

"Barry" Third Installment SYNOPSIS He came from Dallas, for the avowed purpose of seeking rest and recreation, did the young Mr Gray. And he would perhaps have succeeded in his quest, had he not become enamored of one Kay Jason, who was under the protection, even though unwill- ingly so, of Biff Roberts and his charming little gang Biff finally warns Barry about having: a date with Kay on Saturday night. Whereupon Gray immediately asks Kay for a date and then ignores classes and speed laws in a dash for Dallas. VllI The two groups of commuters, curt). The other machine stopped be ' hind and disgorged some five pas- . tiger* Barry threw one glance t the approaching quintet and imme- diately deserted the roadster. Across the street he sped and the five followed. Then, strangely, he chose to enter the athletic field. His pursuers smiled at such asinity. They had not anticipated such an easy task. lie had reached the football field Bill Morley- sophistication and sar- wht,n the foremost...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1930

■ Speaking of Sports It u not at all crrUiia ' h*i t>.• i i j ct of representative schrdul* ha* be n diiwuaaeci h> th - «uthoriti* •: it lb* T I A A If iL hns ij'jt l<-i-n '' t Jk«i ,/\ir ju : u !■ ■ bn, thin i - hijfh tinrv that nmc tf—Kl rr)<-rriin?r mention it f >r th'>r" ,*l rht-win|f Hrrr'd CtH,\ t if • J" , dl*. airvady apparently winner* of the T. I A. A. championship. M it critiCH perhafM would pia.-c the Buf 1 faloe anion* the four be.M !•-« :« t the •Mociaii'o: thi* y^ar, t,ut there is very laltf basis for decision. Tru they won une of the tw i;ame aeries with the N rth fe a- Kutr • ar '1 if li,e champion.«K:p *• through, then nndoubtably th- e aanie Eagle* Should he blamed fur not winning both tilts at Canyon. 1 I*1 Phi Pi Pled gen Skits j Initiated at Meeting By I ullen B Vanre Freshman Roll Call at Mary Meeting Answered Tuesday Evening ^ Musical Event of th*- arti.it* and their w< ■lupiayed Sara Prance* Hun r ii( fi o VVi di ft lc Wouldn't ould have...

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

CHATTER BOX THE CA VOLUME XIV NORTH 1'EXAS STA TU TLAChERS COLLEGE DI N ION I I XAS. SA IURDAY. MARCH 1. mo 20 Lillian McReynolds, college student, who is .spending the week end at her home in Fort Worth and attending the Students' Conference at Texas Christ- ian 1 niversity will give a radio pn gram of popular songs over station KF JZ at 10 o'clock Saturday evening Ruth West is the guest of Mi- Mc feynolds while attending the confer- Eagles Take Two-Game Series From A. C. C. To Close Cage Season ) ant and /{rooks Win over Trinity Mrs, W F Ledlow i« visiting her) sons 11. and K. (' Ledlnw in !!•. i I A I C HP A C1 0 ton J. 11. Ledlow is teaching in th <■ j aJ v/V }. XmlVLi 0 Junior College and R. C. I/edlow is ! working for the Texas Company, of! Houston. Additional chairman for the Tower) ^Campaign have been announced by | Otis Milliard, general chairman of the project as follows: C. I>. Knight, Palacedo—Victoria, Calhoun, Matagorda, Jackson, Lava4a, and Wharton Counties; W. ...

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

I rm THR < \ Ml'U.S (HAT Latest Books and Literary Gossip PvbUt)i«i By Student* of thr North Tes** ->t*t4 Teacher* College, Denton. Tnut I'lapu {'hat Knterrd an >«■< «nd < la*« Vlail Vl«ttcr at the l'o<luf(i(c at Denton, I)f< H. 1K16 L Edited iiy Clarence and Marion Jaeggli ( 4 pua t hat, . m- > nr 8TA* t Ua belie ArmmUad Helen Hall t larenre Jaeygli and Marion Jaegjfli Porlfr tinrd Kred .Nance $1 SO Editor In-cJiief Asftooatr Editor Ijterary Editor* Ktch*ogt' l.ditor Sport fXit r | t.av b' '-n number)#** attempts to write what a*lifted a* the (;r*at American Hovtl a voi- life and a family ao real tha' u- it ax the one next door. The Each word picture ao far ha* i-rhai'* ali«ht, perhf< <|UiUi •••I fr'-i: ti.f ifi-rf(*ti'<r« required MP* an Reporters- Cullen B. Vance, Ka* had Hughes, Ho- tntajme Haggard, Elaine Adam*, Luis Eay« Gideon, Lynn Knight, Mary Meitt, iJoyle Thompson, II B. Singleton, Mara tha Rice. Roberta .-.i-.Kr.-r, Ji.i.i. King. t.; - V*...

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

Vl 1 "Barry" By Clarence Jaeggli Concluding Installment Shadows, Mtaapt fai (host stories, """ ■ ' usually belong to very materia! ,>b hi- rijrht fi.-t came in r th«r painful J"vU. And there wu- nothing of the ,. ,itH. < with the other's ear ethereal in the e.ght young men Ixar Biff was stunm d. Suddenly he re ing down upon the little group in the monbered exactly where he had center of the f,eld. The Robert- irang Reen that an(J hi t.)f (,„nfl suspected as much as they turned and left f)„. ullknown. He took to their heels. They became haii ,irt.ri lllokir)K through some ex quite convinced of it, as with four chantfe copi,, in thl. Yucca office separate and distinct thuds they em-|OIK, afternoon. And he had happened upon a picture in the sport section braced mother earth, affectionately. Hands on hips, Barry stood survey- ing the wreckage. Then turning to Biff he said, "Didn't it ever strike you that two could play at your game? Weren't you aware of the fact that almost every ...

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

5 -w Omega Pi Has Party for Bus. Ad. Students Tuesday Talons Entertain Fifteen Couple* at Party Friday Night Eta Chapter of Pi Ont.-tr« Pi *p<>n - •onwf a party for th«- student* ' -h* I.aH Ki day i-vpnin^ at 8 ok dirts' Basketball Teams Have Been Recently Organized W. F. Ledlow Leads Vesper Services Wednesday Night Delta Pni Kappa Holdft Meeting at Lake Club House MemUr of the Rtv: Chaper of Del- ta f'si Kappa held their rejrular meet- Girl*' baaketball team* have h«en ; On •ccount of th<* basketball . ^rifaniied bjr the college claaiwrs and j the rejrular Vesper Service of the Y. Department of Buxin*^* Admiriintra- h' ' " " '' "" 1 kuii ■■■> are i^ing played reg-tilarly W A was hi .<1 Wednesday aft«-r a# ar . jmJ the ramp fire at the < lub tion at the College Cluh Bou- Tor* hr'1 a ' *' " ' lh" 1 *lon | at the Harris. Gymnasium All play ■ n<*,n fr..m 6 until ft o'clock in a joint y . . , a- La>.< Dalla To—day nyl'. day evening W B t. -Ir.niwa "' '' "*f '•...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 March 1930

II CHATTER BOX THE CAMPU VOLUME XIV NORTH ri-XAS STATE I'EACHi'RS COLLEGE DENTON. 1 I XAS SATURDAY. MARCH MHO 22 H. W. Gowns, Personnel Repres- entative of the Tulsa City Schools, spent Wednesday on the campus look- ing through the flies of the Service! Bureau and interviewing graduates who are prospective teachers. W. Z. Hayes of Dai's*, and Pml Martin of Fort Worth, were on the campus Tuesday afternoon and had dinner as the guests of the college Demonstration Cottage at 6 o'clock. Others present were Roy Millican. Dean W. J. McConnell. A. C. McGin- nis and Dr. Marquis. Dr. Marquis had the pleasure of visiting with L. P. Floyd who is study- ing chemistry in Chicago University, Amos Barksdale, mathematics in the graduate school, and Floyd Graham, wh# is attending the Chicago School of Music, while in Chicago. Floyd and Graham will be back on the staff during the summer session but Barkadale has asked for an ex- tension of his leave of absence to do further studying. During one day o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 March 1930

|jM A i m It J B Hi ■■ rm I'abliaWd B> Student* of th. North Teis* 8UU Teachers ( oliege. Denton, Iti* Casapas < hat holered t Second < U** Mail Visiter *t the l'o toff ice >( Denton, Ttiu, Dec. #, 1918 (aaspu* (hat, one JSar laabe'ie Arn-istead if aim Hall clarence Jaeggii and Porler Ilaifd I-red N*,nrr STATf Marion Jaeggli «I.M Lditor in chief Aaaoriste Editor Borrowed Editorials Conversation And Chatter We. of the younger generation, are missing a lot in life. Our fun is had "on the go" dates are entertained in a car, or at the cinema. "It isn't any fun to sit at home," awl if such a sad state of affair* occur, another couple is pressed into service for a (fame of bridge parties are "stiff and dull." When newly mets have exhausted the topic of "where are you from?—oh, do you know so and no," they have reached the old friend stage and gossip about mutual ac- quaintances. Later bring in their school, athletics, jokes and the latest talkie; by this time the chatter la al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 March 1930

£* • t > SENIOR WEEK OBSERVED BY CLASS OF '30 RECEPTION BY DEAN'S IS PEA- TIRE OP ELABORATE AND COLORFl'L SERIES OF WELL PLANNED EVENTS "Senior Week" was observed the first of the term, March 16 to 23, by the most elaborate anr corful series of events ever staged by a class of the college, Tickets were sold in advance and the program arranged by the social committee with Robert Morgan as ehainr"ir The Sponsors' Reception in the Harris' home on Normal Avenue was the first event and was given on Sun- day afternoon from 4 until 8 o'clock. In the house party which received the members of the class of '30 were Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Harris, and Terrence Myracle, sponsors of the class. Miss Ruby Smith, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Mc- Connell, Dr. W. W. Cook, Miss Edith L. Clark. Dr. W. H. Bruce, Charles Douglas and Martha. Hargrove. An early morning breakfast began the day on Monday. Meeting at tbe Harris Gymnasium, approximately 70 seniors hiked to Highland Park where the regular breakfast menu wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 March 1930

[&$ Mary Arden* Call Special Session to Fill Office Vacancy Geezles Install Four New Members A *p«~ a! bu >r-< •••■ m of th* Mary Arti.-n < iub w e« d - Th* first of two profnnu on; German Opera *u *iv«*n at th« re Tuesday wnn* *♦ 7 o'clock in th« ^ ^ fnlM)ln(, uf ^ C.4rwnl LlUf. ' ,T 1 rh«''i^ Wnr. pres l-l t t >r .if0CUr. k ,,.„y «V(.„,n(f M.rrh 24 A ir#/ Program on Herman Opera Is Given at C. L. C. At ii r*c«-nt th* 'iwlH in •tailed four n«*w officer* and admin- istered the final dejrrw of nutation four new members Th* four new are Harman Cowlry, preai- thr put two tarns and who ha*1 atl waa a ^wrrH bT rivinK th' Roland I,lp*eomb, riea piaaidant; ftnlahed bar work resided fro. the Mm- (>f # |U, (^rnMA | Forrest Ladlow, •aeraUnr-trMMMrS Sarah Git*™ g v* the history and *nd W McClur., *ariaaiit-.t-arm*. ducrtptton of th# fir*' Wafnar F**ti j TS* t(niT n*w member* to ba ad val and the first playhouse at Bay-, **tad the «r*ani*atton were: reuth A synopaia of "Lohen...

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

I $ ■M f •*; > B Sp THE CHATTER BOX I J VOLUMH XIV NORTH ! liXAS STATE 1LACH1-KS COLLIGE DfcNTON I I XAS SATURDAY APRIl 5. |«10 23 and Doyle college, are week at the sion Play at, Charles Cockrell, '20 Cooper, student of the singing in Dallas this presentation of the Pm the tair Park Auditorium. Cockrell, while in .-school, was a member of the College Chorus and Glee Club. Cooper is a member of the College Quartet at present. Thelrna Dumas, Senior and Home Economic* major, has withdrawn from chwiil to accept a position as teacher <>f Hon).- Economic* in Oklaunion. Mis., Nora Smith, class 1929, is leav- ing Oklaunion to accept a position as County Demonstration Agent of Donley County with her office at Clarendon. W. H. Frey at Stephenville, a mem- ber of the Boaid of Regents for more . than a year, died at Scott and White Sanitarium at Temple Tuesday after- noon an<l was buried a' his home Wed- nesday. President Marquis attended the funeral. Mr. Frey was president of a ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1930

I# i WW PeblisM Bj Student. of th* North Tnu StaU TiacKrri ( ollejfe, Iienton. Tr* Caapiu Ckat fcaterrd as Second < l « Mail Matter at th* t'cwtoffice at Denton In** lie*. 8, 191S Latest Books and Literary Gossip Edited hy Clarence and Marion J atf/fjli Freshman Skits Hy Cullen B. V*«e« t.xchanges By Porter Baird !;WH Treatments (Siren at Hospital Volney Ramsey, who is teaching: in Graham, wm a Campus visitor last week-end. The report for February, 1930, shown that a total of 1,398 treatments the supervision of Dr. M. D. Fulin- PICO SESSIONAL In connection with the National Student Federation of America, the Teachers College Mirror (Greeiy "##########< ## ' input Chat, on. ifit SI.SO STAFF l«abelle ArmUtead Editor in rhirf Helen Hal! \ ,jir Alitor Clarenee Jaegglt and Marion J*< tfgli l-itemry Kditor* I'orter Hand Kiehange f.ditor Report ,-r? Cuiien B Vance, Rachaei Hughes, Ro- mayne Haggard, Elaine Adams, Loia Faye Gideon, Lynn Knight M.ii H • • /• i •« • H. B .• ingleton,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1930

New Laws Control Expenditures of School Districts Fur the past six years a very inter- esting thing has been taking place in school administration in Texas. No less than twenty-five counties in the State administer their schools under special school laws which in many re- spects arv radically different from the general school law. It is likely that few people of Texas are acquainted with these special laws or have thought of their significance. This, no doubt, is especially true of the law makers; bccause these laws have been put through the Legislature as local bills and as such have been given very slight attention by the members thereof. It seems that the first of these laws was passed by the 38th Lejis'.aturo which met in 1924; but by far ths most of them came from the 40th anJ 41st Legislatures, the lat- ter being the present one and now in its fifth called session. Many administrative changes are needed to give Texas a modern and efficient system of public free schools, aj was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1930

• T. C. High School Orchestra Makes Public Appearance M. K Ssndifer's T C Hirh School Orchestra mack it# first public «p pwnnrr at the high -who* Thursday mommjt a' < 'r! « k. The p)*y r« r*nd«r«-d u number of sec- tions including th« popular wng, "Soro* Pep " Thi. « t>n- pop- utar Mrta'tton w irred a> !h< rchei tr ha* >«•< • ( r r-nljr a short timi J ,hnr , I.awhon vrsve a trombone s<ilo, Crynjf for tho Caro- lines " l.awhon is drummer in th* (j re he#«t ra Arc- r<! atlth rttjr* this is the N-st high #eh<jol orclMMtrft ever or- puaizMl in th« hiffh school and with a little practice they sh"w promise tor eotertaiv.inx nt/t ■ ii> their high school club# hut outaide organisation* Men Iff "f th >irrh>'«tra are John n\ LfcWh • i r.*ci a <> .id h. It*-* Johnston, 1 rar.c K nth Craddock, Chark* Montjf-mery, Mary Lee Greene, Lon Gregg. Grace Camp, Sumner William*, Jack Wolfe, Mary Aii." Fritz uj . M K (! hi iyi Sandifer, director. Miss Hemnwuy Jone...

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