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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1928

Faculty Directory % Ui- I I J e&sie K Acker Anna Alford Mrs- Corrit W. Allen E. L Anderaon Ervin Anderaon Ma.it. AmU'tfKon J Elmo Aimt 11 DwrMhy Babb Amo* Hurksdah (Jlady- Bftw Mary R. Beach boi* Bennitt "8. A Blackburn J. E. Blair Velma Brai-eweM Annie G. Bradley Lottie Braahfa -f Harold Brenholu C. A. Bridge* E. (' Brodie J. N. Brown Myrtle C. Brown VV H. Bruce Marian Barnette Margaret Butler Virgin1!* Calloway Edith L. Clark Nellie Cleveland Ross t'ompfcon Mary Ruth Cook Wilton W. Cook Donnu' Cottural Mary Jo Cowling Lola Cox V. V Craig Mat*II.' Ella Cravens Emma Creajrh George M. Crutsinger Addie Mae C'urbo Henry I>annelley Leland liuvenport Pearl Etheredge Hazel Evans E. H Harrington L. P Floyd Elizabeth Foster There i 1 Pouts B. F. Kronabnrger Mrs. Al > '• Furnish Mac Garlington F. V. Garrison Mrs. Ovinia Gentry Mrs. A C.rabbe Floyd Graham Nellie I. Griffiths Virginia Haile J. U. Hall. Jr. M •OOkj llanacom Mrs. Pearl Blow Harris Beulah A. Harriss Eva Hatcher Edwin Ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1928

"CLOTHES MAKE THE WOMAN" IS SHOW KEATI RE \Tl HI* \ Y S HI M IS rCMf LOVE STORY STAKRIBI -otTHtKV \VI> W %I.TE t.KON Ross ('ampton Mrs. Ouida (ientry DRAMATIC (II PLANS TO HOLD TR VOLTS SOON (ilRLS ARE GIVEN FRIENDSHIP TEA Machine Dispennion of Library Hooks is A ovel I flea of Freshman Girl th r*n«iitijf the week- 111,1. is visiting lie- I.I Hi h« by M; A IUr.lv 1, a« pt H W that U. <j l'i Ki pa D. Th. •I •tr tin* t of Mi C "i ■ri dent In t th. arid m th it> hoi >ugh nil had *ft*ant knew ily w unded that she got r border in .•« f.f finding to America, a 4t.«r find* ly a woman. warn with th«* ( and (Urnp [making elaborate plana for th« > tertainment, ! Compton l<*ral debating coai iis faculty sponsor for th«< ru fraternity chapter of th College. The debating team* are now being organ- |i*«d and the schedule being made A three-man-team is preparing argu- ment at the present, lime for a debate to be held here November 5S with a similar team from the University of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1928

N< H I I \ AS S I A I I I t At HI KS COl l.HC.I D1 N I ON XAS. FRIDAY, OC I OIM R N1 tmn 0 BAYLOR ANNEXES GAMESATIRDAV \\S LARGE SCORE e MJLB8 i N *BLE TO COPE W! IN i ENSIV ; III" \T \M) I HI *-11 RESERVE STRENGTH OF BE VRS —8< ORE JO TO ( l!l(i ATTENDANCE MARKS ADOPTION TUESDAY NIGHT ilMPSON. VRMLS I I-.VII. It\ - M \ N VV ll.hERSON V N D VITZ LEAD STI NTS- SHORT PRO- <;h \m follows hi ping L)f Wac Beat filth Satu en tht> in a wi Baylc an u Aft ing such a M. U. the ad fr< try >p P' us. the Eagles wi ed to hold the Bears I Fo than th< accounted for the casions in generally ex to a much better adv • results indicated. Baylor's reserve sti far such a decisive Teachers, for on thr the first quarter the Bears threaten- id to si ore but each time the Eagle 1 ne held. But as the time went on m |p| the hMt became more intensive, the Eagles began to weaken and the | 1 alf ended 18 to 0. Perhaps the j (core would have been much larger 1 ia.i it not I wen for the punting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1928

——- ■■ —— rm kxch i.\y;/;.s i iii. rook \ooh !-«• It a Fact Gladys Smith of Wjrlis, former * very-! student of the college, m the *u*e I of Lura Belle Smith last week-end. W. fl Ml riAN* THi: \MPI S CM \T t'ubli North >> the r tht I < olio- ,!< r if t k te aft* I. A. he Us the w. >li >(U< UN l «-i Chat I M.i tier l eat< MM Ik*. t di at J I am hat. m* year SI .50 STAFF Margaret Mafclilf I. E. Harrison Isabella Amis teed Hen mo- WllhereOfl Kditor-in-chief Managiag Editor Aamriate Editor Awustaat Reporter* M Jerdcn, Marjorie I. MimpMM. t eeil Honnie Rathe! Hufh^N. («mi# Lrady, Eva Hatrher, Kalph Hwi-tun, Nerri* HeUt. Lenors ( ttrnttell, Qwinby Self. Baby l«l«i Koaare. Krma Taliaferro. MKMBKR TEXAM GIATE PREH8 A* INTKB< Ol.l.fc OOCIATION Printed bjr Student* of the North Texas State Teachers College J. II. HALL. Jr. instructor Linotype snd Typography ( ha*. H. Brown, Business Manager Box 239, T. €. Station WAKE THKM up All people have their like* ami dis- lik*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1928

( ampus Chirps MAHJORI> L. SlMPdON '} s < s t If lomething to you. If you are l(ft tn the swim after out* of ir hundred buys on tht* cufiipus. art a boy, get your thm* jfirU .mething. learn some-; your first yi ar. uu Do •nd «tij mi first eight months e longest so (ton i give WtWft DM MflQgd thi r<i to some of u and the rest of us. By we get settled the will Chm up, tl of school are tl up now. This longest on red the shortest t« the time that we get settled Christmas holidays will be here and by the time we get settled after those it will be time to go home in June. This "just raving" is to keep some- one from feeling blue. Talking about feeling blue re- minds me of something that hap- pened during the first week of schoo1. A certain "slime" went to classes one day and then decided that col- leg< was too much for her and gave up the struggle to go home. An uppet":!a*sman talked her out of it by the simple process of telling her these words "Don't sit down and sit, git up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1928

I (F|l1h — r W. A. A. Activities Offer V aried Sports Mj 11 A A Chorus Work (Uvea Three Mourn Credit "Mt Y I CLUB l'i PROGRAM Th« year • he lub W( idf nt bk i%i fttCftk Th* decitfc lit, * which at thia •wl, Dr. ti. Jack of Mk <!a At lim Far i The ch< , n litoiriu Sti- lt tt1 the C7 NAMES UMhkN CANDIDATES meet if!| )>y rpo## 4ftttk i IV fol U*\m 0 fift r\ a f r Ti of pa ! !*• Pi held a call r*da> at $ o'clock for the nominating mwo condi - the Green Jacket* Club, ung nam«* war* •ubmitUxi: Bin, Uoia frier, Margaret Eva Henifan, Velma Bwt- ••II. Roaabcl Elliot. and Ruth I'riddy The first regular meeting of Kappa JMta Pi will be held at the College Club House, Thursday, October 11, at 6 o'clock, according to Beaaio Shook. Sponsor of the organisation. FORTY FIVE AT TEND SATURDAY OPEN HOUSE Approximately forty-five students were present at the open house which was hetat at the College Club House from 7:10 to 10 o'clock Saturday evening. The evening's entertainment con- sisted ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1928

DLUMfc :i 11 Ol.l.f: )I;N1 ON. TEXAS. I K 11 TOBER i; 'MBHR I * NEW LIBRARY BUILDING ASKED FOR IN BIENNIUM REPORT TO LEGISLATURE WOMANSHALL; ■■■■ COMPLETION OF T. C. H. S. NEE SALARY SCALE WITH UNDER GRADUATE PROFESSORS OF UN1VRRSITY OF TRIAS AS A BASIS ASKED Appropriations for salaries, ap- propriations for assistants in the dif- ferent departments, appropriations for a new Library building and the ground upon which to build it, ap- propriations for a woman's building, appropriation for additional land to j complete the block in which the Ath- letic Park is situated, and appropria- tions for general improvements and maintenance will constitute the prin- j cipal items In the budget which the! Board of Control will present to the, legislature for its approval in its next regular session to be held in January according to Dr. K. L. Mar- Hospital KCCOl'ds Jupiter and Mars \\ ill He Hidutiful Objects All Year "Jupiter and Man> will tie very beautfiul objects in the sky ull this winte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1928

m* t\\ ( HA A (, /- .S Mm mm THE HOOK NOOK tor the \MPI S CHAT w, Um i i,. Htud.nl- I>1 the Feafhrr. ( lAlrgr miss" ■ Publish*) \urth Trm Suit ft— >■, * antpua Chat Knlered 1 I Mai M u. r at fht po*l«flie,e s< lVfntuo. Ttui, Ow. h, I91i the preceding wth it tttdbulad [>4rtiiy interest <3)1 lent body in Hut he® tf applied Can- ary ,uld Kdn by to A ite a not v font iry .1 A m HI" I. i it-fft Cue J'1 - * / • ffJirp f Margaret Mrhaffty Editor-in-chief •tudeat, a few years rolhge where mathematics was wiuirwd for a decree Tkia *tu- tart«t ut in mathmttiri, tot dropped tha .mrae Uc-au. e he ****' j vh fgihng This mik high thematles I'lnfe' What other grades in subject* ut a literary nature, •f &r®aai*itioa rt «ur e«l- but he di la't d<> so wall in t'mse that going t" invent. W« Wi«v* required reflected Oiiukmy He jthat arc have never heard of a mailt** 11.50 mattes rlnt> before. Thi* I* a new thing, and we might add, a pretty good thing. Mathematics in l uitage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1928

t * 1 FOOTBALL RULES REVISED DURING COMMITTEE MEET EFFORT M \I K TO STANDARDIZE GAMS -CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 1NTER PRET AT10N OF VAGl'K SECTIONS Sine* the liMt i«uon the Football, Rules Committee rh appointed by the National Collegiate Athletic Assoc ia-1 tion have met and altered Nome of the rule* which affect the game o« y i nlightly. Since 1 *<>. the Rules com-; mittee have made no i'undumental changes. but have bent their efforts towards standardisation of the game. From time to time it has been found neceaaary to clarify the meaning or intent of a given rule in view of un- forseen combinations of facta. It has also been found necessary to check certain practices or tendencies which were developing in the game and m which seemed to be contrary to its best interests. And so, the purpoae of the changes made by the Commit- tee of 1928 have been to preserve and perfect the game; and not to essen- tially modify it. Some of the principal changes in the rules of 1928 are: (1)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1928

>ICAL BOVC TS Lt AT ION ADER'b HAL WELLS CI m j i 7 HI ma >AY M lUKkLLLE CLUB IS ■ORGANIZED BY GIRLS After the brief toUMH wnkw Rebecca Divii visited in her hMM OWWitiriJf of tlM* :i«b at 7 «'clock Harris* tfymna- MARY Ft ATI jc k. •t tit A. Hirrwi, apvnior. I I'WNpl Thur. oVIiwk tor til# MM CL •Mi ttg mwtirig «f tfe< the only city «i< i hfM in the Ci rmnie. thetotmr * >om- ut 0k ir« an A study will W th* grmm at tl nfttm( it T:M oVi'K-k Th<" rail « I* Ma bu,iit*** iMMitiat Tmms IMP* ia4 I by B«"> ad a siann M^ic tioi j to tlM) I Will i t J cai K< Th* rh l ucat S>r«' irttiry-trw txin* Cl«yl bi> iat'ict-U. wn to r#pr« > r> ('lab it; Bill Cr*w- Hatiy Ml* IMMWT. Kattf on, and Flo ad as nomina#* On* of them mnt the Pbysi- II- ill E. D rt*m m H**.. i ■ P i by M ttie Otl Hut h« aits RoWy will give * short ■i Kff iciafwy.' A talk *> | nm Tasaa dub sohwn by Mr* . Criddl*- will e-unrliMi Thtm - ftsrti j L, White, pr«sMl«*nt; Sulnej vic*-| r«sid«iit; Aud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1928

AMPU m VOLUME XIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEA(;HERS COLLEGE. DENTON TEXAS. FRIDAY. rOBKK IJL l< - *— The Chatter Box | V % Consul Rafael Aveleyra, Consul of Mexico, has accepted an invitation to •peak to the student* of the Denton Teachers College at assembly, Tues- day, October 23, at 11 o'clock, on the subject: "The Mexican Culture." ; FORUM HEADMAN ANNOUNCES : ELECTED AT ,,|AVS ™ I)KAL ''' h"""" ' "<■ LIFE SERVICE i WORKER TALKS ASSEMBLY (.lias SELECT JUNIOR TO I.EAI) ORGANIZATION DI KING YEAR —OTHER OFFICES ALSO FILL- ED BY POPULAR VOTE Nellie Griffiths, head of the ele mentary department of the Demon* stratum High School attended the Coleman County Teacher's Institute at Coleman, Texas, October 18 and 1 . Miss Griffiths was invited as one of the spokesmen of the institute. Seniors may now place their orders for class rings with Elvin Makers, student representative of the T. C. store, according to J. D. Cobb, class president. As there will be a time limit, it will be advisable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1928

.. . T; the oania «hat hy the ateiwts Smetk T« ' State Tearher# Ctaaa ( SMfHI' Chat 1 nte «< as Mail Msmr t the Umimi. Tmh On. h. 1*1* < aapu* (M am feat r*~m01 Margaret M*M«r E*tar ia-chief i. E. Harrises* HaaagmK **** Aaaaeiate Editor Reporter* 1u)«m L. WepwB.' M. Jerden. Bonnie *ilker«m. Rsehel Hiihr*. G*m tirmiy. E* H tefc r. K.iph Houston, Sarris HeiU, Leaora Camwell. Qmab, Mt, Rshy Laaiss K nonce. F.rai Taliaferra. MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLE- GIATE PRESS ABSCM'IATION (tark* Bcnwn. Mana«er. . T. C. Station OUR STUDENTS DO IVCCMD AND HOW? Last year the Teacher* Pigment Committee of the Collage P'^ than 3,090 teachers in the public schools TW had hud work here at tome time, either during the summer term or during a long ses- , n. Home may think that as ' M these student# are placed, they •re not connected with the Cott<§a ■gam until tkey reenter as student, a,,d if they happen to be graduates they will never have further relations with the institution. But such is not f0000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1928

WARTS' GIVE PICNIC TO GREEN JACKETS THIFiY ATTEND FRIENDSHIP PARTY Almost thirty freshmen girls were gusats at the first of the series of friendship parties to be given to the freshmen with Quids Gentry, hostess, and Thelma Dunuway, Kuth Cum- mings, Bobby Jean Clark, and Mar- garet Howorth, co-hosteases. Many games. such as, the blowing of feathers serosa the room and hit-1 ting the can with peanuts were played. Games for the purpose of forming acquaintances of those present were held also. The guests were Betty Chilcoat, Zella Solomon, Eunice Greenhall, Bonnie Ruth Reese, Francis Hunter, Marcelle McCan, Viola White, Laura Harris, Doyee Bean, Blanche McGuire, .Billie Bridge well, Faye Bunch, Lucille Wendell, Norma Lou McKenzie, Myrnel Renshaw, Beatrice Yarber, Ruth Adkinson, Opal Webb, Hetta , Crawley, Ophelia Hurdt, Louise Abbott, t^slie Ola Baker, and Mar- guerite Haggard. 4- f * • y ♦ The "Warts," Green Jack* pledges, entertained the Green Jackets with a picnic at Eagle Park Tues...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1928

I I B I I J • Campus ( hirps *+++++■+ + + <•+0 00 * ■* 'j Ikllet Class Open Hapid Growth of | To Masculine Sex I ollc'jc Surprises Student of 1901 The Eagle's Eye I to 0. to Li '. I. A A. schedule M Kcid ¥ kick ftihd n laat year with • o hold tM Lumber - have had « far, loaing to ■nd to tht San Marco# ilobcftti by a Uitta Evifi, student of the '■ aivar- "£i.i to ij scont. But don't put too much aity of Texas, spent th* week-end in faith in that old "4mm bucket" for it her noma h«ra. hii upset many a good football game '1 ■ _____ I l.ura Harris* spent the week-end in Tha Eaglets have been. getting soma attending the fair. good practice and «t| rit'iet in their -" xaraes with the DUm High Schools Fu** Shaver and B. Lumsford Oak Cliff defeated the fc,rie* by a visited in Seymour laat week-end. close score. Those Wallace Brother art- going to make vahi Kva Hatchar and tjwrtfia Ball* nd Te u> the on wi ry at i« pt t ids of "Fi'4i 'Pipee O' ha v. not i Yu i« ni he. Mr. made iccer ed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 October 1928

CAMPU III TEXAS TE I HERS NTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2e>. I' !MBER * * The Chatter Box The names of Fred Slack, star Eagle back field man or '22 '23, '24, '29; and Lasses Frorom, linesman, j appear in a list of player* that are to represent Childress in one of the first professional games of football to be played in that section of the country. The memories of the work of these two players will remain one of the bright spots of Eagle history. Slack and Fromm played on the team that held S. M. U. to a 7 to 3 score with Slack threatening to get loose at any moment and upset the Ponies. UNIVERSITY OF AUSTRALIA TO MEET THREE MAN TEAM IN DEBATE HERE ON FRIDAY IAGERS, YANT, AM) C AMP,ILL TO COMPOSE TEAM CONSUL GIVES WIN places ADDRESS ON i:A,'u:s wl™ CULTURE Class Makes Trip To Study Exhibits AVELEYRA MARKS TALK AT HE GILAR ASSEMBLY ON THK IN- FLUENCE Or THE AZTEC CIVI- LIZATION ON MEXICO Dr. W. J. McConnell will deliver two addresses at educational meetings this week. The first addr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 October 1928

* I I PtYf, i s w e see n THE CAMPUS OUT KK) I'ubili North 1 iiAlnii ' n Mail M iNrnlu ident* ill thr I'm fM.l TIO? mt I fesai Tnw, DM. 8. I#H i* <Ml. *1 50 Marj I. E, 1Mb* H«-nn STAFF ir<fi Mehafej Iditor-ta-thief Harris** Managing Editor Ic Arisi le d Associate Editor * Wilkrrnen ftssistaat Reporter.- Marjorie JL Simpson. Cedl M Jerde* B—it Wilkerson. Ksrhrl Hu*he*. umm Grady, E*a Hateher. Ralph Houston, Norri* Mailt, I* nor a Corawell. Quinby 8*lf. Habjr Loulae Kooncf, firms Taliaferro. MEMBER TEXAS INTKRCOLI.E Of ATE CRESS ASSOCIATION Print ad by Student. of the North T«im State Twfctri Collee 4. It. HALE. Jr. tr*etor l.in t>pe ami Typography Mb* w>rfc A little wort* la*t year, Hyt starting now 1 will neat shirk The taak* that 4* appear. I will not be r'mtent to loaf ®wt try more day by day To do the things that I should do In just the proper way. And when I get ait eighty-eight III know I got it fair; III keep my work right up to daU> And sleep without a rare. I'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 October 1928

Collegiate Press ON Campus Chirps i? TI % % I i i S i L "]lto The Eagle 's Eye \ X \ w< fast J.mkl latch people wou II, it in a rymg thi d man. #d i lo Ei W. A. Gamer e! •ek-en* with his Thel/na Mwlialm r spent the wwk- ret Howt 'Bob" Com a llu. George Limm, spent Saturday ' aiompanit'd by tA *1 It College hat A. & M. nts t*. 1 ne ted from Station, fter all: I with tr Boys off the It has of Texas Atev following item h The Batallion, Texas, to ahow t are not such poor p< A spectator ww surprise) "Why the ! are carying the Ge Field." That man needs to know that all Aggieland appreciates a sportsman and recognise* his real worth. Does that sound like they can't take defeat in good spirit*? After being defeated by Centenary on their own field, the cadets rushed on the field and carried the victors off in all their glory. Such good sportsman- ship speaks well for Aggieland hard part I full •nee. Peoj trees are < wth but th m the wra It id h|*tl rend by lion wft* Cigaertte sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 October 1928

HP**" 11 I mm* Y. W ('. A. Holds Recognition Party Twentv Initiated Into (irecn Jackets Chemical Society Stud it* Dry Ice 7. C. H. S. Choose* Staff for "Eyrie AU £M! \l.\i i J. j I Approximately ««venty-flve m'•(! - Twenty ntudent rwtiraaentativ** of I iwt* at thf V W. ( A., both «M r«l the major organisation* of the Col- lin w, attended the moflnitiufi ••rvteea ' tege ware initiated into tin* (Iran Jh«Jd (u the Maiv Ardan l^odK' Wad- Jacket Club Tuesday niftht at (he Har- I ne <iay night at 7 o'clock ris* gymnasium. Dry lew wa« shown ud ditcuaaad at the regular noting of th* W N. ' "Th* * •* fawn elected. Work Master'a CImmmw 1 .Society. Monday <"< lh< * annual will begin at once, H FAftBINCTttK TAl.KM j piu* that is uaed a • lo«n fund ami TO ELEMENT AH V CIJI NHL which is now available to a deserving 1 student who presents a good recora- _ „ i , , mendatton. Nellie L. Griffith, sponsor pNHMl appearance. professional, said The t*#f for the T C. H 8. annual, trairvin|f. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1928

L The Chattel Box #####« L? ] —— VOLUI XIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1928 NUMBER Tuesday in the first Tuesday of the month, and all girl* are expected to wear their white dresses and ties, according to Dean Edith L. Clark. Dr. R. L Marquis has received an invitation to the wedding at Dr. Char- les Lafayette Brown of New Orleans. Dr. Brown was a student of the Col- lege during its earlier years, and hi# sister, Rosalie, has since been a stu- dent here. JOHN COWPER POWYS SCHEDULED FOR THREE LECTUR ES THIS WEEK ARTS COURSES C++* # #### # # ## <■< AUSTRALIAN DEHATK TEAM * % \ I f | ■' V u The following letter has been re- ceived from James Cecil Johnson, former student of the College : "Here's Home scandal for the Campus Chat. I, James C. Johnson, am sail- ing outta Galveston on the S S Stella Lykes, mail ship and passenger boat, for Haiti. Cuba, Forto Rico. I'm the only operator, hence the CHIEF op- erator of their radio KZ1M. I'm in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1928

THE aitfl'S CHAT f'ubit<.br<J b> tin- «i the North Tfif SUnte Teacher- College Denton. T«Ui Cm I (Ml* Chat Eatered M Mai! Matter at th llentun. TflM, U« §. 1*1* < mi • hat. pm* SIJM STAKE Margaret Mrhafff) Mitnr ill fNW I K HarriM.n , NiM|m| E4il«* laabelle Ar«nkte*d . Awerisl* Mitor Beanie Wilfcrram Aaatataat Rtftrltri Hiriorit L. Hi«P"*a. <adl M. Jerden, Bonnie Wilkeraoa. Rack* I Hiikti. fim tirmtf* Eva Hatcher. Ralph Sarru Hcitt. Uaora Cornwall. t|uinb> Mi. Bafcy !< ■ * kocwee. Era> a Taliaferro. nana texah intf.r<oixb- tilATK PRESS AMOTIATIOH Printed by Student« of tfc# North T«u* State Teacher* < olle** J. I . HAIX, Jr laatractor l.inotyp* and Typography Chart** Brown. Baatoaae Manafrr, Hoi «, T C. Station JUST POLITICS CuUtyr Humor, wlitwi by H N Hwanaon, conducted it# firat Ameri can lull—1 straw v«to ttoia y«* r The newapnper* «f 1.104 coUagwi co-opera- ted with the movement. and when the •vary 4h«r atate he mttU4,' ar.d Looiaiua gw'r <**« U&...

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