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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1930

Vj ,1 XS>Ai1 / THE CHATTER BOX THE CA CHAT VOLUME XIV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDA' NUMBER I] Our ccllt^ge shares with C. 1. A. * club house at Lake Dallas. This may be used at any time by students for i dances, picnics, etc. Arrangements to I get the club house must be made in i Dr. Cook's office. It ia usually very . popular and therefore hard to secure, reservation; so you had better make your arrangements ahead of tinw. MANY STUDENTS ENTER COLLEGE FROM VARIOUS SCHOOLS AND STATES Safety, Convenience, Comfort For Mi The u e of the library continues to increase. The total circulation for the past week was 10,500 besides numerous reference*, Mrs. MoCrack- en said. The reading rooms have been ar- ranged for the convenience of the students: the east part of the two rooms for general reading and the west part for reference reading. The librarians are ready to issue books at 6:45 A.M. and to bid you good-night at 9:00 P.M. Miss Eva Hoover, secretary to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1930

i k rttt By StudroU of IJk* Surlh Thu Stata Juditri ( tilitf. D«aU , feaa* C.Ui|HI* Clllt t.lllrrMl * -••'il". ■*-' V(* VI .u« tb« }'u «ffKe at Dcfttwa, '!>««•, I>« 8, Books and Other Things Edited Hy ( lorenee and Marion Jaeyyli ^######«« Sentences of Sport By Doyfe Thompson jr fr t ta|>iu < hat, unt year : I Kd B. Nmk« Porter Baini N orris Hi«tt llachel ilujfh. . . Clarence awt Mi Cuilen H. VsfltD I*oyl* Thumt'Mn ... -/ , flJM „ Editor A oeiata Editor Annuitant Editor Campv* Editor Literary Editors _ Feature Editor ™ Sport* Editor ######### W # In orci t relitio thtfi to Ralph Adkinay Ray Bonta, Fay Bunch, Onaii* Cherry, Mury Hirtt, Eva JUtloney, W. T. Farnwr, Edra Robiaaoa, B W>h< £ haw bar, G«w| Waller, Ruth W«H, Beanie Wit keraon, Swip Woodruff, Noble Wright. Printed by Stodcnta of the North Tuu SUti Ttwheri College Kay Klingleaaaitfe, la* true tor in Printing I- E. HarrUon. instructor in Linotype MKMBI-K TUX AH INT J RCOLLEGUTE PKK.S8 ASSOCIATION It. M IImim,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1930

CLUBS AND SOCIETY MARY ARDFNS HOLD FIRST SHEETING \ i in in \ i i'ur < mcAM/i A Pil oxtmatvly fl <1 the first Arikn CluK ty former Mary's meeting of thr f the summer """" 'J WOMl V Of FACULTY TO HI. I S TERT AIMED Mrs. Otho Hanxcom, Mi#« Ruby Smith, ami Miss Lillian Walker will entertain informally the women of the faculty Sunday afternoon at the Mary Ariien Loiltre from & until 7 o'clock. The recption will he in honor of the visiting faculty ami those who have returned from a year's ftutly. a f< I11U! LIFE SERVICE HAND IS REORGANIZED The first meting of the Life Ser- vice Band for the summer session was held Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at the Colleg Club House. •After a Devotional, led by Miss Ruth Witt, plans were made for other meetings. These include out- door meetings and group discussions, ■"Which will include problems of in- terest to every student. The next meeting will be Thursday, June 19, when an out-door service will be held. A cordial invitation is extend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1930

Chemistry Society .Junior-Senior High Plans Constructive Enrollment Over -J00 Program for Summer to College dub House Is Splendid Social Center on Campus Mini .. . in t h<" Co for th* fi 1*> If '! w. «i Ihi ft. #r, . ' if «|ta ' 'ft Spill Th. i«>r i ;b< ■ n kerpiatr IKM M. Mm T' rjft lit \* par- um'«r ngnr* four arc «U**ifi«d a* Mialors and thirty-one M junior*, bringing the number of nUidMiti IB th* s#tlior hiirh aehoot di vidian to 118. In the junior h>gh itehool divimion there are fifty-five student*, with niMtwn •tudtntti eirrnllxi in the seventh ifrji.if, mx Utft i>nnill«tl in fhi* tight! scrad«- tad nineteen tnroUnl in tk* ninth ifrad * UK « Tench ioI in Iti five or i duh. To khf lhere > rumpus f and A «. It ii ntudent* tm Bc id< itcrfltr ' living rot m the ted lur th< tin ami need* II, try, th laU-nda dun lat x n Yo I Wl ,11 d ltd not (*• hir,,i>->i brick building* on nany studvnu com' •rwl their alloted ti >ut having ever re known the *cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1930

> CHATTER BOX CHAT VOLUME XIV NORTH PEXAS ST A IT TLACHliRS COLLI; Gt DEN ION. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNl 21. 1910 NUMBER 32 The sophomore iluas had their initial meeting of the summer Thurs- day afternoon, June 1U, on the lawn south of the library building. On this occasion the class selected their of- ficers for the summer. Cuilen Vance, feature editor of the Campus Chat, was elected a* president. Other of- ficers chosen were: Watson Rawles, vice-president; Jewel Dunn, secret- ary-treasure; and Claude Kades, re- porter. Miss Eloise Heed, 1928 graduate of the college, was severly injured in an automobile accident when she * was enroute to A. and M. College June 5, In the accident one of her legs was broken in three places above * the knee. Miss Reid was one of the beauties in the 1929 Yucca, the college year- book. She is the sister of John Bond Reid, former basket ball and foot- ball coach here, who is now head • basket ball coach at A. and M. A. L. HOY TELLS MANY THINGS OF BRITISH ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1930

f i 11- I- rm By Student* oi Nortfc Te*** Ht*U Turbtri lolicge. l>eotu«, T«*a# C«w n> Ck t Eatcrcd * Second < U* M*il M tt«r «l th* Po«t (fKc at D*nt«a, Tmm, !>«*- •. Limpu* ( i'«i "i'« STAFF 1 red B. Kmki Factor Baud Norm IItr-tt —i-— Btcvu b— rUtbel ilufkM Clarence an4 Marion Jaeglfh ~— L ullell B. V«IH:« i«, — Thompson —•. Ralph A<lk it Mary llirtt, Evs BoM.it Hhai 'wrt k#r«on. Bonnie Wriirht Mabl«- t Reporter* «, Kay Hunt*, Fay Bunch, OneiU Cherry, Majority, W, T. Parmer, Harriett l<ane, Ceorf* Waller, Ruth Wwt, Bennie Wil- Wilkrraon, George Woodruff, Nob!e elf, La I la l>'8p«tn. Jack McBrayer. Printed by Student* of the North Tecaa State Teachers College Ha> hlcniflt-Iiuth Instructor in I'rintinf I. K. Harrison. Instructor in Linotyi>e MKMBKR rfcXAM INTKRtmi.KOIATK i'Ut. H ASSOCIATION K M Kseven, Buxicuis Mansger, Box 239, T. C. Itation Is Dancirtff A Sin? Now, is it not just like an editor to gel to delv- ing into matters seemingly outside his scope ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1930

. ill I * i x 111 ■ CLUBS AND SOCIETY HISTORIC :AI SCXIFTY ACCEPTS NEW MEMBERS HISTORICAL SOCIETY WILL ORGANIZE The E. D. (.'riddle Historical Society met in the Adininutratiuii I building Tuesday afternoon at four | o'clock. Mis Dori# Clark, president < of the (society, was in charge of the ! meeting. Twelve new members were t accepted into the club. No officers, for the summer term wer nominated, • hut a nominating committor was «e- leeted. It was agreed that the remainder of the meetings this summer will be j held at the homo of Dr. L. W. New-1 t«m, head of the history department.! C L C MEETS MONDAY EVENING The Current Literature Club met in regular session Monday evening, *June 16, at the College Club House. The following social-program com- mittee was named: Little Ruth White, Mrs. Vera l«anier, Margaret Hall, Lena Pearle Nichols, and Ka- thryn Kemp. This committee will • serve throughout the summer. Three New members, Kathryn Kemp, Kama West, and Evelyn Mitchell, were vote...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1930

t. -,Jt ,JL . - K H& I r'i :(l fo?" i ■ Sentences of Sport B>' Dojrl* Thompaor. Oh boy, (iwin t that team h«> th«- V n Z*r to drop that oUI '■*' ■ wicket l**t Friday mifht krant' of the county which i* being IwW l >l«J Den1 ymr neero* h) have Urk the form is h : htd lut yetf, be- the way he made ihott Mont* >unty twy* full for hit feint* is •' buxinea* fie it § KrMt iijrtr. Excepting Kay ferry *iv in about an good as anyone ' tournament in handling the Uil f'K rr the old boy on. mm# DIM by th - o Id r hear the *pla*b* iveral swimifiintf cli ducted at the imXjI P! PHI P! NX' ill ORGANIZE I Ul.SDA V njtulrt ,f rirl- on ti il til b i th nnttium. i they wi (Jyi t ha at ail? ptlrd up th# (C" In Oi DMnn he With paael unpa ant, thei the thi Ray P init- look now, Parker > 'it- t<am to U-af f--r •nt champioiuiup. Of tur*e ti>i« ><**ing my ranaona on le way they wank the ball through e i<*.p Tuesday night But those ya had bet tar watch Denton u,'.ty. They hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1930

, $ jm mmwm ■ J *■ THE CHATTER BOX THE CAMPU Miss Alene Rather wis called to Gonzales on Thun day of last week by a message notifying her of the death of her brother. Mi** Kather is a member of the summer faculty and is in the college for the first time. She ha* made many friend* among the *tudent body and the fac- ulty and all of these sympathise deeply with her Mr*. E. D. ( riddle and Mrs. Dick Criddle sailed for Europe June 18. Mr*. Criddle will be connected with the college in September and will have charg* of the College Club House. * A letter from Dr. Bruce bears the sad announcement that Mrs. Bruce is not at all well this summer and that her physicians consider her con- dition quite serious. Dr. and Mrs. Bruce hold a most enviable position in the hearts of the Teachers College faculty and of the student body. They have our sympathy and our sin- cere wishes for a rapid and com- * plete recovery. The Hon. Philip Sanders, member of the House of Representatives from Nacadoches Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1930

rtn Cai By Student* at live North Tex** SUt4 Teacher* ( ollegr, Ir... iptia Chat Entered u Second Cla«* Mail M*tl*r at tfca PoaLoffke at DenUrn. Te*a*. Dee. 8. I l* L Books and Other Things Edited Hy Clarence and Marion Jaeygli Can pita that, on* J ear (1.59 STAFF Fred B. Najvcr Porter Baird ■ — Norri* Hiett — Stfva Whil«ht-ad — ——™-. Rachel Hughes - . - Clare Me and Marion Ja«-tctfii Cullen B. Van< e —« — 1'oyle Thorapao" _ Editor Associate Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Campus Editor Literary Editor* _ Feature Editor ™ Sporta Editor Reporters —— Ralph Adkint, Kay BonU, Fay Bunch, Owte Cherry, Mary Hiett. Eva Maloney, W. T. Farmer, Harriett Lane, Bobbie Sharker, Georgre Waller, Ruth West, Bonnie Wil- kerion, Bonnie Wilkerson, George Woodruff, Noble Wrijfht, Mabie Self, Lalla D'Spain, Jack McBrayer. Printed by StudenU of the North Teaas Slate Teacher* College Kay Klingleamith, Instructor in Frinting I. K. Harrison, Instructor in Linotype MEMBER TEX AS INT1RCOLLKGIATE Mt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1930

♦ CLUBS AND SOCIETY _ i i. KAPPA MIT A PI CONSIDERS PLEDGES MISS PAULINE WORSHAM MARRIES The marriage of Miss Pauline Woruham to Carl S. Newton of Dal- las took place on the evening of June 14. at the City Temple Presbyterian Church, Dallas. After the ceremony M<\ and Mrs. Newton left for an auto trip to Galveston and other parts of South Texas. The bride ia a graduate of the Teachers College of the class of 1929, and a member of Kappa Delta Pi and the Bruce Scholarship Society. The bridegroom is a graduate of Trinity University. The couple will be at home at 5210 Swiss Avenue, Dallas. OLEBURNE WANTS EXTENSION WORK * A group of Johnson County stu- dents met in the auditorium, Wednes- day afternoon, June 23, for the pur- pose of discussing the organization of extension classes at Cleburne next fall. t Although no definite plans were made by the group as to just what courses they desired most, it seems most probable that one or more .classes will be organized in the county. Advance...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1930

rm Hwblishwl b> StudrnU of th. Norti; K'" Stat# Tearhrr* « ollrfe, Uentoa, Tesas Caapus t hat KhUtmI «< S«-ftmd Oa a Hail Mstter at Ihe I'Miuff Kr at Denton, Te*a . '>«*■ *• I «apu> i h*'- Freti B Nam * Porter liaird Karris Hiett _ . Skv WhiUK. >l lJii Kti Hughe* Clarence ami M • <• I'oyle TH"TO|*«n Ralph Adkiri*. N Mary HM« Eva Mi BofcM* Shartaer, fcrr*on Bonni<* Wilkerw Wright. Mai.le 8«tf, I-a Hi Jrr B Van**, ««' "" B HTAFV _ ftir Editor Asaociate Editor Aaaiatant Editor Aiutmfnt Edit r Campua Editor LiU-rary Kditor* ... 8port* Editor li<x ks and Other Things Edited Hy Clarence and Marion Jaefjgli Someday. somewhere perhaps n that labuii'us kind wlwr«. by cnm mmhhi' Miction, dream* arc cryttahzed into material things and yet preserves EXCHANGES l! j -SOUll* l | tflf ititi { J i> H « ^ >001 for KM* port THIK KMU8R ram*, there will be organized |a summer school in which the student* will retain set i OK IBK* it*. Way B W. T. P It, Orwita Cherry, t, Har...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1930

Sentences of Sport L H. oylt- Tl Park Pick in'8 By Otu'iUi Cherry n d at tl f the of th« term. ulci be :.urna- • ten- Boy's 1 (V Pop i my In i led b; lip#. nped nt that a hotl iriitf j ** « «u ' > xt M ur ire to be back, to it i ! crowd mt k<-pt the tournament will be J unusual shooting St I'll affair. jPurper of Parke j reaming the ba all of ye tennis sharks j fifteen points, sign up for the coming tourna- I On Thursday lie Mont, i* nf 'i'i upon its of both r County Phi : of Phil- e County 13. The lips and former utal of v ment some time next week. Lipscomb states there will 1; good matches this summer. He will be in charge of the tournament. Roland I County defeated the t some • ''asketliall team by a 8. It evening Montague j Cook County j score of 22 to j last letter 1 wood j rite and tell you more about this - kule. but I've just been so excited 1 ain't done nothing but stand around and look at the peepul. They shure ' is a lot of 'em down here, ami they just run ull over ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1930

r.m if CLUBS AND SOCIETY \SWENSON AND Wll KISS TALK TO Y W. GROUP DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY IS JOY LI) HY MARYS PI KAPPA DELTA HOLDS ism A 11 OS On Thursday mrmiutt, June Pi Kupjiu D«*lt«. national forensic fra- termty, hrl<t its annual initiation «f its pie*)*** durin# the winter term at the College Club H<mm« at wv«n o'clock Mr. Mom ('©mpton, director of .(. '.aTmt.'. wit m < h r*<- of tlw in iliatmn Thi following I* • l *l of the pMkch initiated: Lillie Ruth White. Kay.- Bunch. Martfaret Can- non, Bruce Davit, and l/on Price. A aoctal hour, during which r« frewhrmnt* mrt *«rved, followed Ul- cere mony. {HISTORICAL SOCIETY AMENDS CONSTITUTION Y W, C A MEMBERS HAVE SLUMBER PARTY The CoiU^e Club House was the weni* of a merry party Tuesday nijfht. when the cabinet member* of the Y. W. €. A. and it few guwt* enjoyed a slumber party. The group of twenty girl* met after Assembly. During the early part of the evening games, trick*, and stunts were popu- lar, Several actresses showe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 July 1930

CHATTER BOX THE CA v'Ol.UMI XIV NOR 1 H II X AS S I A I li I 1 At ill RS COl 1 I GH. DIN ION. TfcXAS. >A 1URDAV, JUl V 26. |«M0 . . —.. -x. mm NUMBI R Mian Katie Henley, Mcrrtary to the President, is now away from the College on her vacation. Mr. anil Mr*. Davi.-t of Shamrock | were visitors on the campus Thurs-, day. Mr. Davis is superintendent of schools at Shamrock and both he and his wife are graduates of the Col-1 lege. Word recently received from j Woodie McConnell states that she has returned to her home and is rapidly improving in health. She hopes to re- NEW INSTRUCTORS PREXY INVITED ON CAMPUS FOR TO WASHINGTON Dr. W. J. McConnell LAST SIX WEEKS I'HREE COLLEGE DEPARTMEN'TS AMI lilt n-: XT BOOK BOOM IIA V E VDDITIONS FOR SKCON I) HALF OF TEBM V I. I.AYS CORNERSTONE OK NEW VDMINISTBATION BUILDING During the registration for the cond term a freshman and a soph- turn here for the last two weeks of omore were seen in the corridor of the summer session so that she may j the Ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 July 1930

€*■ J ■ f — By StadenU of lfce North Te** Ht U Teacher* C lle«e, Denton. Texaa • Chat Entered Seeoixi tl*« Mail Matter at the Po U (fiee at DeaUm, Te*ai . !>«*• *• ""6 ■BtfMIB1-"'1"1',1: ' m\ L'anptuf that, o«<- jaar STAFF Pre.! B. Nance Forter Bair.I Sleva Whitehead Rachel Hughe* Clarence and Mariti W \i..ir Jaaggii — REPORTKRS Y Bon| , Fay Bund W. T. Par me: rK<- Waller. Ruth W liter son, Goo r|fe Lalla D'S , . MMtf Aaaoeiat* Editor Aasiatant Editor ! „ Campos Editor Literary Editors Edited By Clarence and Marion Jaeggli Because *he i a much more competent critic than j e could ever pretend to be, because stacks of Avesta j re looming forbiddingly upon the horizon, j NHH Harriett Lane, Bennie Wil- Woodruff, Nohle urt, Jack McBrayer, Gul- Iialph Aftnu, Ray Mary Hiett. Eva Maloi HohMe Sharker, Georg" keraon. Bonnie Wright, Mat len B. Vance, Marjorie Blaekburn. Printed by StudenU of the North T««aa State Teacher* College Raj Klinglenmith, Instructor ill Printing f. |. Harris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 July 1930

* 1 '■f I > r Sentences of Sport Co-ed DORIS CLARK Our Gym inbi queer without Miss Harris. Mia* Cotteral and Mis* Ku- beck. We're glad they're getting to have a vacation (something we've heard of but don't know nothing about). We're fortunate, though, in having as our instructors this term Vergie Wileman, Haiel Evans and Vera Manire, who have been with us all summer, and Miss Norris from Oklahoma City. Hobo Swimming Club Popular On Campus As a whole the u very satisfactory ' majority of them. 1929 season was ! one. Several new members were taken ! in this year. The membership of the One of the moat popular sports around the gym ia the swimming pool It's pretty well filled with folks of all ages all day. Many nice coats of tan have emerged from it as well as many bad blisters, especially for those who are ambitious enough to go in during the afternoon. Quite a number are enrolled as W. A. A. swimmers, with Miss Evans as their sponsor. Just drop by most any Wednesday or Friday even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 July 1930

CLUBS AND SOCIETY Brock-Steakly TO WED SOON Wed July 13 SOPHOMORE Mi l TIS'C I HELD ON JULY 15 W. H. Brock, ifrnduatf of thr C'ol- !<*ife *nd librarian for the Uummar MMion. and Mi« CUdy* Sl<-*k!t-y. junitr in th* f.Il«fjc. w r«- MARV ARDI VS 7*0 m rr:«i July 13 in OixJU^jr, Tom, ! FEAST AND FROLIC ,at th* hom* ®' th* parent. * „ ! After the clow of the summer *m- The < urrent L t r*tare Club n#«t in Watermelon feaot am) frolic will *10n th* cowt>, wiil ** * homt- in songs c;/\• / \ . \ / c l c. mei rise, recular M ■ <I*> ever,:, r , , , ^ f#,„irw „f th„ •« 'A ^Mr July 21, at tht chib h«we. An enjoy 1 f)wll prt>gram ,lf Mary ArdBn! hi*h nrhool inatrurt^r able censriif wa.t *p«-rH in ; (*lab for the nummer. Thi* meetinjf popuJar Mini?* ami tellinjf funny tales wj,, ^ ht,w M,>wUy (.vemn*, July , JUNIOR ST I WARTS Ctab «Mg wa «jbmiUad, ami ^ o'clock in the Mary Arden HI AR MIS S SMi l II adapted by Uura B**tty Smith from "Amu." wa, .elected to k the club[ ^ w|))...

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

THE CHATTER BOX THE CHAT v'OLUMl: XIV NORTH H XAS SI ATI I liACHERS COl.l.HCil: DFNTON. TliXAS. SATURDAY AUGUST 2. 1910 NUMBER 37 Fred A. Coffey, k-tternian and grad-1 uate of the College, u now on the i campus. Mr. Coffey is now teaching1 Economici) at the New Mexico A. & M. College, and he is on the committee ( to write the itkte't course of study i for economies nest year. While here I he was connected with the College publications, being editor of the 19251 Yucca, lettered in track, made prac-; tically all A'*, and coached almost every course in the curriculum, J. E. Jackson, professor of eco- nomics in the College, who is spending! the summer studying in the Univer- sity of Wisconsin has been granted a two-years leave of absence. During that time he will complete his work for his doctorate and will teach eco-: nomics in the University of Wiscon-; sin. STUDENT ASSISTANTS TEACH CLASSES AND DO GENERAL OFFICE WORK 3,472 ENROLLED Miss Gladys Bales H. F. Spitxer has certainly bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 August 1930

WW 1 reg Jul •t ) poi CU tuii "A y. A l tht in# Sw lift KlT aru cot th« thf cei ho' a trr Uf( Th wiJ an< me sr** CO) fiv in * Re m« ev Oti CUi of Kid ho1 by tht pa; of am «rt vit pa) p> ma wo tie at iar Inn rr>« to r~ Br Student* of th* .North Te* * SUU T#arh«r* College, iM-atoa, Tel** l a at pun Chat KalrrrO a- ( !*•-* W*il VI • tC«rr *t tbr 1'oMtoffic<* at Drnum, fexaa, ltr< 8. 1916 Books and Other Things Edited By Clarence and Marion Jaeggli I'ark Pick in's By Oneita Cherry EXCHANGES lieas Mom 'a Pop: I wud have rote you tuner but I ban | runnin' around a tot h*ar lastly, 1 hor* am bavin' a f\ d time down hear. I bot m« a real acta of float I .. Editor Aaaociata Editor Assistant Editor _ Campus Editor Literary Editor* Campus t h t, «iu >e#r STAFF Fred B Nam«■ Porter Ba id St«rva Whitehead Rath<-J Huifhex Clarence and Marian Jaegifli KEPORTE ItS Raiph Adkin*, Marj. ru- Blackburn, Ray Bonta, Fay* Bunch, Oneita Cherry, Don* Clark, Lalla D'Spain, Mary Uiett, Noma...

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