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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 October 1934

T. YT. €. A. CARNIVAL TONIGHT \ Emergency Edition THE HANDOUT ANttAL METHODIST CONFERENCE VOLUME 19. PORT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDA ¥, OCTOBER 27 1934. NUMBER « Waggoner Memorial College Is Student Choice CONFERENCE TO DECIDE FATE Texas Annual Conferences Meet This Week anc^Next Dr. Brabham.iind Mr. Mollner* Represent Texas WomanVGeftege At Annual Conferences * ^ Three annual conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church South art meeting this week. The East Texas Conference, the North Texas Conference and the Central Texas Conference. ' '*> Dr. Thomas W. Brabham will rep- resent the school at the East Texas Conference §nd Ralph E. Nollncr, di- rector of public relations, will rep'-e- sent-^e school at the North Texps Conference. In a statement to the conferences, Dr. Brabhom asked that the school be permitted to remain co-educational and that the conference grant to the executive committee of the adminis- tration board the power to select, a new name for the school. The Central Texa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 October 1934

* Page Two THE HANDOUT The Fate Of the Schlool The attention of the students of Texas Woman's College this next week will be focused upon ■ the meeting of the Central Texas Conference here starting November 7 because in the hands of the conference rests the ultimate fate of this college as a co-educational institution. The other two conferences, the East Texas and North Texas divisions, have met and placed the matter in the hands ofvthtf Texas Methodi&t Educational Board. Dr. Brabham and Ralph E. Nollner, as representatives of the college to the Central Texas Conference, will next week enter a plea that Texas Woman's College remain co-educational. Their petition will be heard by influential leaders who comprise the conference. The student body as a whole fervently and heartily wishes success in this undertaking by our representatives, and assures whoie-hearted co- operation. Naming the College The name Ifcthe college jftiph was selected last week by the students was indeed an ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 October 1934

October 27, 1934. THE HANDOUT Pago Thr^se vl Sakkara Society 1 M Combinmk several other venturesjj the Sakkara society has made the' first successful move toward estab-j lishinf a dormitory for T. W. C. boys j at 3405 Avenue F. Seven boys are j now tenants of the house. They are | H<>b- Bailey, James Carter, Walter True, Bob Henson, Woodrow Black-j man, Robert Baker, and Hap Pipes. Several others have, made application to the society for a room and will move within the next two weeks. The house was rented, and each boy was held it^Wisible for furnishing his own roonly though they worked together, according to Stanford Parr, | head of the society. Several firessers, j beds, and mattresses were' lent to the ! Sakkara "Society by the school. At; the %>resent time the living-room, n which will be fitted as a study and i club room, has not been furnished. "Donations will be cheerfully ac-! cepted," stated the president, Stan- ford Parr. "We need mops, a ham- k rner, light globes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 27 October 1934

<* T w Page Four THE HANDOUT Octutier 27, If)?.4 Sophomore Hockey S.M.K.'s Beat Girls Beat Fresbmin Superior in every department of j play, the Sophomore hockey team j Wednesday afternoon trampled a list- i leas Fish team underfoot 3-1. Paced by Captain Artelia Minton, j the second year sailors took the fish \ into port and scored three goals easily. Minton was personally responsible for two of the goals, with Thelma McMa- hon accounting for the third. In the closing minutes of the game the Fish ! took it upo^i themselves to squar^ae-j counts but got a late start and booted through one tally, jus\ as the final whistle sounded.' Kertiice Love turned in an outstand-; ing p-ame'&t goal and Ruth Key scin-, tiHated in the forward line along with ' the play of Minton and McMahon for1 the Sophs. Mary Francis (Rockwall Flash) Barnes and Sammy Johnson The line-ups: carried the most of the Fish burden.; Korosophians: Korosophians, 2-1 In a sluggish game Tuetday after- noon the S! M. K....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 November 1934

J- WBLCOME CONFERENCE MEMBERS The Handout VISIT OUR CAMPUS VOLUME 19. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1934. NUMBER Ministers' Sods and Daughters Attend , , T,W. College There are seventeen sous and daughters of ministers attending, T. W. C. this year. Comprising the group are nine freshmen, four sophomores, two juniors and two seniors. James Bumette, son, of Rev. J. O- Burnette, Burleson, i« ^ freshnyin. He is a member of the Philosophian Literary Society and lives in the Lion's Den. Louise and George Gwaltney, whose father is Rev. W. G. Gwaltney, Has- ■< let. are respectively freshman a>nd sophomore. George ' attended Ran- dolph College, Cisco, last year. Jeff Isbell is the son of Rev. J. F. Isbell, Godley, and is a freshman. Hal and Aline Langston, whose father is Rey. R. A. Langston, pastor .CD Arlington Heights M. E- Church, of Fort Worth, are members of the jun- ior and periior classes, respectively: Aline is a member of the Fine Arts Club, is a Korosophian and"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 November 1934

y . Tage T H K II A N D O U T The Handout -c/ Official student newspaper, published by tlu> Student Association of Texas Woman's College, Bemi-montlffy, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first floor Administration Building. E>L> sueio MirMKSmiTHE© A Serial On Campus Life Ity Ja«k Jordan CHAPTER VII Entered as second-class matter Oct. IS, 1932, at the -postoffice at Fort Worth, T.-xas, under the Act of March 3, 1S79. Subscription Price $1.00 Frances Craiu, Editor-in-Chief Martha Jean Stanley, Manager Jack Jordan, Associate Editor «• ASSISTANT EDITORS 'Society: Vernabel Cowan, Ida Mae Smith Feature: Avanal., West Sports?: Exchange: Frances Morris Charles Phelan NEWS Bill Shropshire Ruth Anna Jackson .John Paddock Norris Williams Robert Baker Jock Dawkin IX A. Strain Grace Copeland Harmon ((iurtroyle) Mllff-r, in a "genial" mood, accosted little Slide t'other nlirhl while the latter was bnsj trackldlf down a stick of dirt. It seems thai .Mr. .Miller wanted to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 November 1934

THE HA N D O L' T M&AE&IM. I SOCIETY Ann Waggoner Girls Hold Weiner Roast CI iris of Ann Wuggoner Hall and their dates were entertained Tues- ii.:y night, Oct. 30, with a weiner roast at Inspiration Point, Lake Worth. .Misses Helena Price aiul Cathryn Louise McClung were In chaige of tin: plans for the weiner roast and Mrs1. R. E- Nollner and Frederic, P. Cues acted as spohsorSkfor the group. Approximately 75 students "attended t!i« affair. Sakkara Society to Hold Minstrel Soon Sakkara Society meeting was held at the organization house, 3405 Ave- nue F, Monday evening, Oct. 29. House rules and by-laws were read and accepted by the society. Six new members to ere introduced t) pledge ceremonies. Plans for the house- farming Wednesday, and a minstrel at a later date were discussed. The t;wiii^--committee will ,• have full charge of the minstrel. The date ..and the name of tie minstrel will ge announced later. It will probably be presented within the next three weeks. Those on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 November 1934

Pago 4 THE HANDOUT (.ft 11) SYSTEMS CALLER BlNkj ITS THE I'LAYEKS THAT COOT By 1'at Hoblnson X. N. S. Sports Writ'er New York, Oct. 23.—Taking stock of the footbal situation to date, aud after mulling it over with several nationally know;n coaches, one is in- escapably led to the following con- fusions: « 1. As a baseball, the revs'1 ball has jade a new game of football- Football systems are largely the bunk. • 3- It's men, not systems, that count. T WYLY . 5ELS0X S? Radio Service — Sales Dial 5-2053 1512 Yanjrlin Reliable, Capable, Courteous Radio Service ' . Pliilco Radios M0K RI SOX'S PH AR >f A CIE S No. 1, 4D 7 E. Lancaster, 5-2111 No. 2, 2639 E. Lancaster, 5-1731 Prescriptions Carefully Compounded DRAKE CLEANERS 1715 Vaughn at J Suits 35c—Dresses 35c up Pants 20c—Ladies' Coats 35c up You'll Enjoy Your Lunch At T. W. C. COFFEE .SHIIf Across the Street From the Campus K It J.t j.j jr j.t j.t i.s J.t j.t J.t jt j.t B J.t J.t I J.: J.J Jt j.; j.t j.t Jt j.: jt j.t j.: j.: :.t j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 November 1934

& THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BY JOURNALISM STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE P«UT(- Thl't'e Miss Elizabeth Waggoner, a f< V student of T. W.' C- was *or' at Ann \\ aggoijer Hall o \e week-end. Vol nine VIII. Fort Worth. Texas. Saturday, November Hi, 19:54. •OME TO SEE US r «,*w location. I R E. Nollner Attends" Youth Conference In Washington, D.C. Rev. Ralph E. Nollner, Director of Public Relations of Texas-* Woman's College, left -Tue'sdav morning to attend the Allied ; Youth Conference in Washington,; D. C.. which is being held Nov. 16 and 17. Rev. Nollner was selected by. tiit' ' National - Administrative Commit- i tee of Allied Youth to represent Texas at t this conference. The sessions of the conference will be held in the National .Asso- • ciation Building where Allied Youth's National offices are locat- ed. The program will consist of a Regular busniess session and an ; educational session at which many leading speakers will be present- , ed. One of the interesting fea- tur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 November 1934

THE PARRAKEET Saturdav, Novc'iulur 1' . Ifi-'M. Handout For r, published by the Student Association of .it-mi-monthly, in the regular school year, at nfice, iir t floor, Administration Building. Entered as second-class matter Oct 18, 1832, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879- Subscription Prict .$1 00 'Frances Crain, Editor-in-Chief Jack Jordan, Associate Editor Martha Jean Stanley, Business Manager .. ASSISTANT EDITORS Society Vernabcl Cowan Ida Mae Smith Feature Sports Avanei West ' Charles Phelan Exchange Frances Morris X F. W S BillShr.opshi.re kuth .Anna Jackson John Paddock Norris Williams RobePt Baker Jack Dawkin i). \. Strain Grace Copeland **You'f« in School Now orator stated that a house divided against / Once upon a time itself cannot stand. In Texas Woman's College, to a small extent, we are faced with a v.'-.'.-<ch of that problem in the form of snobbishness from a small group of girls, who stalk down the halls only when absolutely ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 November 1934

Saturday, November 1<>, 1934. THE PARKAKEET I'aire iirct- • 0 ' -4 v/~—\ u Q=< ~>o< >o<- ' trK ->Q< SOCIETY :N ^qc >n< >ny D 0 n 1 Mr. Giles is Both Artist and Musician (Continued From Page One) W.A.A. Entertains , With Picnic Friday A picnic was Held by the Wo- men'i Athletic Association for its new members Friday afternoon at t.'obb Park. The eirls hiked dpwft to the park, ..with the exception of those \\ h > managed for rides, held tlu-ir picnic, and hiked back. Cluiritmne Allensworth; presi- dent, read the oath of membership : to those who wished to become members- Miss Parker, sponsor, accompanied the group. ~>o< >ft<~y Sakkara's Arc Presented with Cake Korosopliians Entertain Pliilo's at Ot>en Meeting At tlie Sakkara regular meeting Mrs. joe Cramer presented the members of the Sakkara society with a chocolate cake. Mrs. Cra- mer is the wife of Joe Cramer who is a. member of the club. The club discussed having their pictures...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 November 1934

0 , As*' Paee Four THE PARRAKEET Eleven Men Train ForVapityTearEr^ Pointing to the first panic of the season with the North Texas Aggies at Arlington early in De- cember, eleven men arc spending long hours in the gym daily under the tutelage of Coach "C. L. Bow- en. With bin a week of parctice behind them, the team already gives sign oi strength that bades ill for c.ourt opponents this winter. This week will be spent in work- ing out wrinkled muscles and Coach Bowen"will send the squad through light work-outs to net ac- quainted \ ith new play§. Monday work will begin in earnest on of- fensive and defensive fundament- als. , With plenty of height on the floor every berth seems to be well filled except the center p4?t. Rog- . er Portwood, lengthy ex-cage star, from Birdville, seems to'h&re the position ivell fillecP Portwood has the experience 0- and basketball sense to make him a valuable man at the post. 'Jfo add to the reserve Strength, Blackman and Lowe will be groomed as piv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 December 1934

EXE'S ASK I^I.VKCHIIC ( ()LLE< i K THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED $Y STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'3 COLLEGE rr. w. < SIM KIT AS(nFJ ) KOR VISITORS Volume 19. Fort Worth. Texas. Saturdav, i ifirinlici' 10, 1934. Number 10 Pla^ Conttfft To Be Supervised by George Pan-U. S. Forum Held in Auditorium Exes of Polytechnic College Hold Dinner Eight Schools To Show Eight local high schools will be represented at an invitation one- ; act play tournament to be held un- der the direction of Miss Catherine'! George, head of the speech depart- j ment, at the Fine Arts Auditorium j on Friday and Saturday, January 18-19. Those high schools to par- ticipate will be Poly, Central, North Side, ' Stripling, Diamond Hill, Arlihgjon, Midlothian, and Handley. Instead of the customary twq- team elimination, four teams will compete, the winning two from each group qualifying for the final eliininatrJh to h.e held Saturday evening. Another unusual feature of the tournament is that each school will present the same p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 December 1934

© Pace Two THE IIANDOFT .Saturday, December 10, The Handout El Sucio Over The Wires Over the wires we will bt; ■yf j at i Official student newspaper, published b^T t!iO Student Association Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular .school year, Fort Worth Office, i'ir\t iioor, Administration Building. Entered &s se«ond-class matter*Oi t. J8, 1832, at the, postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, u ruler the Act of Murfch 8, 1878. , >pe aking Subscription "Price .$1.00 Frances Cram, Editor-in-Chief Martha Jean Stanley, Business Manager J*\,ck Jordan, Associate Editor j \\ ith exchan of Ben Armstrong,; , that head gigolo i-; desperately ask- j itig everyone for a ' date." HcJ (jujr( made .potential love to Vernabeli j Cowan for 'i:igl,i onta' a half-hour the other day and finally gave up j * * • in disgust when she walked out on.j CAMPUS PHILOSOPHY ' him. Vernabel sez: "It's Georgte | (By a q | ,\. Old-Timer) or no one. j There is hope fOr the ignorant | one who knows he's no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 December 1934

Saturday, December 10, 1934. TilK IIAN 1)01'T Patro Thre Ad K's Present The Pledges For Year A meeting of the Adk>s>oni.m Literary Society, attended by : members., pledges, and members of ' the old society of Polytechnic,Col-j !' whs held i hursday night, iJee. I f>, in the S. M. K. lull m which l'lkifr rnr Uie Jmjjiediate future were discussed- Pledges, were iniated and a so* ! cial i-\ tin near future was dis- | cussed. Eat at CLINT'S Where the food is always good Plate lunches, 15c - 25c Hamburgers - Sandwiches For health EAT COOPER HOME MADE CANDIES Special Christmas Candies Fresh every day Why not stop thdt cough with Pure Horehound Candy Retail at 3<>2 Houston St. Third door South of Leonard's Store X.„ P. C. Entertains Mothers at Luiir-li Mothers of the.town girls were guests of the P. C. C. at the week- ly luncheon In the club room, Thursday noon. The program, in charge of Mis,-, Dorothy Allen, consisted of a vo- cal sulo by Miss Elizabeth Keen, and a reading ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 10 December 1934

/ Patr<> Four TlIK HANDOUT Saturdav, December 10, 1931. T.W.C. INCLUDED IN GIRL'S SERVICE Tift Ruse Bowl game of the South will be played Sunday at T C. U. A team composed, of ;!i« sltir pliers front both I. \V ('. and I'oly Hi-Exs will pla\ the great South Side All-Star team, This is due to be one of the best games played in this cfty this year, '1 he boys of b >th teams will be at thtfir best The Poly boys will have the advantage in weight"and experience, ^ut the lads from the South w ill h.4.1 e a very speedy team and that will make .up for their lack of weight. Poly will use power plays and passes to try for a victory while the South will use end runs and off-tackle plays. Hugh Wright will be the sparkling on running plays •ind Miller will do the passing; Lowe will be the main receiver for the Polv boys The line-up for Poly: Willis iley, left guard; Eddie Conway. ! center; Earnest Cartwright. right J guard; Joe Stroup, right tacklv; : lack Billing, right end; Ed | V\ ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1934

THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE Volume 19. Fort Worth. Texas. Wednesday, December 19, 19:14. Number 11. CATHRYN - WHITE IS MAY QUEEN Fine Aril Students ANNUAL XMAS Are Presented in Recital Tuesday DINNER TONIGHT Students of the Fine Arts De- partment appeared in recital at the T. W. C. Administration Building auditorium Tuesday evening. The program opened with a ren- dition of "The Hills of Home" by the Glee Club. This was followed by a piano number, Sonato, Opus 27, played by Alene Langston. He4|^ McClanahan gave a violin solo™ccompaied by Marius Thor. Walter Shoemaker sang "Nazere- th" The T., W. C. String Ensemble presented four numbers, "Largo," "Allegro from Symphony No. 12," "Prelude."' and "Erotikon. Marius Thor directed the Ensemble. Claudia Webster rendered three piano numbers, "Etude," "China Town," and "The Sea," "Shepherds!"'Shake Off Your Drowsy Sleep," "What Child Is This?" "Silent Night,'' and Adeste Fideles," rendered by the Glee Club, conc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1934

Pa ire Two THE HANDOUT Wfdnesdav, December 19, 1934. The Handout Official student newspaper, published the. Student \ssuciation_ of Texas Woman's College, semi-tlionthly, in the rcu't'ar school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first floor, Administration Building. Entered a-second-class matter Oct. 18, 1832. at tlie p< stoltice at 1-ort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price .$1.0tf Frances Crain, Martha Jean Stanley, • Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Jack Jordan, Associate Editor \*~ . ASSISTANT EDITORS So6i'ety , Vernabel Cowan • Ida Mae Smith Feature „ . " Sports Avanel West ' Charles Phelan Exchange Frances- Morris - X E W S Bill Shropshire Ruth Anna Jackson John Paddock Norris Williams Robert Raker Tack Dawkin D. A. Strain Grace Copeland To You, Friend "For Glad Tidings Have Come From Bethlehem." Christmas, with all rts gala trappings, its selfless spirit, its midwin- ter convivality, is here again. It is hard tp believe that it should be so soon after...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1934

v.. J# Wednesday. December 19, ljf)34. THE HANDOUT air<* hl'Cf \ BOOST THE BASKETB^L TEAM Sports KEEP UP THE SCHOOL SPIRIT SPORTS IN BRIEF By Perstival It looks like the best thing the Coyote cagers can do for the good of hu:;,arTrty^S whip the ears off Decatur and put'the skids on what little chance they have to win tlu title. W hen one thinks of how they upset the dope bucket and kicked our parts in the final jjnne of last season to keep us out of a play-off with 1 M„ C.. we say, "Yep, that would be the noblest contribution the boys cfluld make to ole Park- tr County U " We can't expect to step out and konk those Red Hides with any degree , of ease or non- chalance: 'cause any outfit that can whip Lon Morris two games is worthy of our re- spect in regards to; power. If two of our lads can only get hot the same night, we'll have Indian for breakfast; otherwise I guess their diet will consist of good old Coyote and every- thing that goes with it. Lousy meal. I'd call it. I wonder...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 December 1934

Paere Four THE HANDOUT Wednesday. December 19. 19:54. Letters To Santa Glaus Dear Santy Clause: Will you please present the member* of the si n; - r class with five dollar bills and please "Santy specify that thi< is to be used for them to pay their Senior dues with If we don't collect some pretty soon, 1 have the Reeling that the Senior class will be financially un- able !<> present gifts to others. Sincerely, A. Hood (Treasurer) • * * Dear Santa: This is little Jimmie, writing to you. I don't want much, but you'll send me some new brooms 4nd shiney -nice dust pan, I'll clean up things around here. By the way, A new Ford V-8 and a little hair straif'ltner. The pink greasey kind wo'-dd be. ap- preciated. Yours Respectfully, lames Burnett • • • Dear Santa: I am a nice young man with a perfect ambition." I long to be a gentleman, that is the chief ambi- tion of my life. Will you please send me an ABC book, on being a gentleman. I also would like a nice new basketball, which i...

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