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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 January 1935

EXAMS START , THURSDAY THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED" BY STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE TERM THEMES ARE DUE Volume 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, January 2ti, 19'5o. Number 13. calvacade to be Students To ! Education Day annual name; Attend T.W.C. To be Observed in Church Sunday After a student vote on the names Calvacade, Mavrick, and The Blue Bonnet the name Calva- cade was chosen for the name of the Annual for the year 1934-35 ac- cording to Bob Mayne, Editor. Mayne stated, "I feel ihat the name \vill be in keeping with the motive^)! the annual tils year. The annual will be dedicated to the fu- ture, I also feel that this name will Approxiinently fifty new stud- ents will start their school life at i'. W C. for the spring .semester a 'cording to Miss Rose Ellen Wil- liams, assistant rigistrar, among new students already enrolled ap- pear the names of Milton Bass, a transfer from Texas University, who will be a -sophomore, Other sohpomores already enrolled are , Jaunita Play, who wil...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 January 1935

Pace Two THE HANDOUT Saturday, January 26, 19:55. \"~"7 The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, senuVnonthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worjh. Office, first jloortyylministration Building. at^PSt Entered a<mecond-class iiiatter Oct 18, 1832. at the postoffice Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription l'rice . .$1.00 Frarfefs T^ain, Editor-in-Chief Martha Jean Stanley, Business "Manager Jack Jordan, Associate Editor ASSISTANT EDITORS Society Vertiubel Cowan Ida Mae 0 Feature Avane! We- Exchange Frances Morris Smith Sports Charles Phelan N E W S Bill Shropshire Ruth Anna Jackson John Paddock • Xorris Williams Robert Baker Jack Dawkin D. A. Strain Grace* Cope I and ' — YOUTH Dreamers used to wish .for the day when nature wrfuhl he harnessed to the machines of men. These dreaiu^anie true, hut a' more flfiportant day ha^Jtr- rived. The energy and genius of youth, so long wast- ed ill drramfc, are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 January 1935

Saturday, January 26, 1935. THE HANDOUT Pair** Three ty o) spare moments in eacli oth- ers company. Can it be yetting •erious'r Kampus K;vhole ^ Heigh he...-.Well, now that these "exams are finally behind us, let's all turn over and sleep Monday morning until noon—or later. The midnight oil is low, what with all the cramming that's been done this' week. I he halls have been sadly ■ deserted and evep^thc book store ! has had the appearance of the !, wide open spaces. Activities have j • been at a standstill. Due to the ! lull, columnists have heaved many j a sigh wondering just what to use to fill space. Names usually seen i lure lade into haziness. There's been such little wooing done that , the ^rcat \\ inchell himself jjyould t'le basketball team to have Willie -.rain helplessly at bis keyhole.1 Lowe muttering sweet nothings a- iiut unlike Winchelt, we can't bout' Annetta T alley while drib- think of a single orchid to toss or j bling down the court. Following even some scathing r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 26 January 1935

s\ % t* x n M Pa<re Four THE HANDOUT V \> Saturday, January 26, 1935. Did You Know That— Texas Woman's College is a Senior Grade A College conferring the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor ,of Science, and Bachelor of Music Degrees ? * * * « Texas Woman's College has a campus of forty-one acres and eight brick and stone buildings-? • Texas Woman's College is pro- viding this ykars work and schol- arships in the sum of $20,000 to ambitious stitfknts who would prc*- bably be unlrole to enter college otherwise? : * * • I exas Woman's College, students and faculty, spend annually $300,- 000.00 with the business interests of Fort Worth. • * • • Texas Woman's College is ad- vertising Fort Worth in every community of Texas through its bulletins and other literature? ♦ # « Texas Woman's College above everything emphasizes a high grade of scholarship and a charac- •1- ter building program? • • • • Texas Woman's College has very reasonable rates for board and tuition?- " a o- r-j was called to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 February 1935

WELCOME. N E VV^ ST UI) \ PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE ATT KM) THK SAKJvAUA MINSTREL" Volume 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, February 2. 1935. Number 14. "W FIFTY NEW STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED <s DR. BRABHAM SPEAKS AT EDUCATION RALLY College Presidents and | SEMESTER PLANS Ministers Speak Also ARFi PRESENTED AT PRESS MEETING Prominent pastors, laymen, pres- idents of church schools, and edu-° cational leaders of the Methodist denominaeion, including ehe Cle- burne, Waxahachie, Weatherford, arjt Fort Worth Districts, attend- ed an educational rally at the First Methodist Church, Wednes- day, January 30th, at 10 a. rn. Dr. W. W. Ward, chairman of the Con f mMyjiSf-'Hl^rd ^of Education,, and Presiding Elder of the Waco district, presided over the meeting with over five hundred in attend- ance. One of the outstanding talks was the message of Dr. Tom Brabham, President ^|f Texas Woman's Col- lege^ in which he dj^cussed the importance of theVRelationship of the Methodist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 February 1935

Pago Two THE HANDOUT Saturdav. Februarv 2, 1935. The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular-school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first iloor. Administration Building. —-—— * H "7 ~ " Entered as second-class matter •' K-u 18, 1832, at the postotticc at rort Worth, Texas, undctr the Act of March 3, 1879- . Subs< r|pfn>v Price .......... . . ?1 00 Kditor-in-Chief, Frances Crain "Acting Business Managers Bob Henson Bob Bailey Associate Editors Ida Mae Smith Charles Phelan "Assistant, Editors Society ^ Avanal West Feature „ Literary (jrace Copfland A a Robert'Baker Sports Editors John, Paddock Marcia Rutledge Reporterial Staff - Robert Baker Robert Buchanan Morris Williams Johnny Murphy- Ruth Anna-Jackson Lessie F. Campbell Homona Titout Ed Chenney Bettv Bennett Walter True WHY GO AROUND? W'Uy go around when voir might-go straight to a thing? Why beat around tliei hush when it is pos- sible to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 February 1935

Saturday, February 2, 1935. THE IIAXDOrT Page Thrctf THISSUN THAT Ht : Unmarried? >ht: Yes—twice. ^ « * * 0- I >riftik; Relieve it or not. offsher I'm huntin' tor a parkin' plash. Oyicer: Hut you haven't an au- tomobile. Drunk: \ esh, I have.- It's in the parkin' plash I'm lookin' for. « * * * 1 rof: Wake that fellow next to you, will you? Stude: Aw, do it yourself; you put hinr to sleep. * ♦ Has your brother come home from college yct- I guess so, or else the car's .been stolen. • # H°V"¥'nv f'lln stars ra" ycu name whonever have been in a di- vorce court? (From a New York sermon.) "Well, there's Rin-Tin-Tin. * * Has your wife changed very much since you married her? ^ es—my habits, my friends and jmy hours. Freshman Facts Hy Bob Buchanan in The BrotA"- : "l.i'l Fishit as the saying goes. That seems to be the main idea with the wave of fresrmen that have just entered our .pcac'Tul little domicile. * * Some have entered School and have attended,their classes—others 'have just ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 2 February 1935

Paere Four TIIH HANDOUT Saturday, February 2, 19&*>. Sakkara's Present Minstrel Friday Continued From Page One) the show a much longer way in sustained interest. Every effort is being made by those in charge to produce one of the livest extrav- aganzas ever produced in this this auditorium or in this city. Robert Mayne will officiate as interlocutor for the minstrei first- part. Among those in blackface will he Ed Armstrong, Jytanford I'arr, James Carter and Walter True. The Pest will be p-jitrayed b.v Robert Hervson'* I.i the lit)'; of endmen will be the lollotvint^.j Robert Baker, Robert Bailey, Ver- non Willoughby, John Shaw, Ben Armstrong, Woodrow Blackmon,' Hugh Wright and Gene Oxford- | In the girls chorus will be the following: Jessie Rhea Watson. Claudia Webster. Margaret Meek, Helen Widlake, Juell " Barnard, Betty Bennett, Clcon Poole, Cath- erine White, Dorothy Smith, Joe Cramer, Earl Yates and Roger Portwood will have charge of baijvstage and lights. Carl Garner, F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1935

.V PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS THE HANDOUT # - " PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE MENTION THE HANDOUT. Volume 19; Fort Worth,'Texas, Saturday, February (V 19:55. Number 15. Sakkara Minstrel Is Outstanding Success of Year Marvin Shannon v Is Chapel Speaker Marvin Shannon, Fort Worth | attorney, and Mi-> Willie Fay Hill t <i>oke in interest of the rehabilita- tion work of the blind in Tarrant County at the., chapel program, February 5. Mr. Shannon lost his sight when j 13 years old, and received tfis ele- ! mentary education in the school j for the blind at Austin, and his law degree from the University of J Texas ,and is now a practicing at- | torney in Fort \^>rth. Miss Hill also is a graduate of the school for blind in^ Austin, and | j is a pioneer in the rehabilitation j work now being done fo rthe blind, , having come to Fort Worth from Dallas, which was the first city of r ® - I the State to take u^the work for j te lind. A recent survey of Tar-. rant Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1935

ib Pasre Two THE HANDOUT Saturday, February 9, 1935. The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first iloor, Administration Building. Entered a-second-class matter Oct. 18, 1832, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas* under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription i'rice $1.00 Freshman Facts SMILES By Bob Buchanan The brain is a \jonderfuLoi^ran. It -tarts to work when you get up in the morning and stops when you get to class. W ell, wjpll, boys and girls, con-* * * * tinuing with our little chat of last' Prof.: What is the largest dia- Saturday, it- seems as though *>ur mond in the world. True: The Ace. Editor-in-Chief, Frances Crain Tiling Business Managers T'...b Hen>on Bob Associate Editors Ida Mac- Smith Charles Phelaa Assistant Editors Society Avanal West " 1-eat u re Grace Copeland •Sports Editors John Paddock Marcia Rutledge & Literary Robert ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1935

Saturday, February 9, 1935. THE HANDOUT Paee Tlnvr Did You See? M,arcu: u"lovi-l week-end in Smithfield. Introducing habits and action of • - - students of I exas Wofnan's Col- Stanford Parr driving that big kfc;e. o red truck around town. * • • • * !Uib Maker shoveling those Audre} Jordan visiting the Relief lnavtK of bread around at Leonard Hoard. Brothers. . I « * « *** Roger Fort wood .helping his' Willis Lowe hurrying to and fro father run their suburban store, from h's work aC the Star-Tele- • gram < Roberta Burns going home <i n- ! mediately after classes. Hooey, .to Hilly Chick going to the den-j Impossible tist office with a very painful mo- * * PURELY PERSONAL tar. . *>* Vernon* Wiiloughby rimng out •■Jo Riverside oji the rattjer, to work at Ashburn'.'v* Matilda Mason running every I i ? • ♦ • nltonring trying to catch the right The Crossley girls, Reba and Catherine, hurrying to the Tav- itll, first class filling sta- ti'T^-^atYyidants, 'going to work, j * * V * ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 9 February 1935

Pace Four THE HANDOUT ►Saturday, February 9, ANY NOISES IN YOUR CONSCIENCE? There are five physical senses anil woman has a sixth, commonly known as intuition. Women also have'curosity. The same tiling in a man is i«ll ambition. Everyon^lffould'have a strtsi'Tif justice if they must be judicially tunred; sitting in judgment on their fellow's, or sitting on their fellows in judgment. A sense of honor is a precious jewel and one gets this by pre- cept, training and example—not by birth, and sometimes it is read to you by His Honor. There's the sense of proportion, too. In building a dog house one should have a very small door, only big enough for his nqse be- cause that's always cold. You see, the dog was the last animal in the ark. He had to be backed in and hi- nose, stuck out through all the storm, and it's been cHd ever since. Hut the one who is a winner Announcing T. W. C. COFFEE SHOP Under new manage Mrs. Merle Traq Try our Butter T wiches—3110 Avl ent Poly Parrot Ldry. SHIRTS 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 February 1935

fp &<* * I ATTEND BIO OPEN HOUSE THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE PATRONIZE OUR A LiVERTiSERS Volume 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, Feb. 16, 1935. ' v * Number 16. Mr. Stewart Speaks at Government League To Gives Series of Talks in Future New Books Are Now Available In the Library "The Method of Amending Our Constitution" was the subject that Prof. William Stewart discussed before the Women's Good Gov- ernment League at the Texas Ho-' tel. February 4. Mrs. B. B. Crod- er, president of the League, pre- sided ' In his talk, Prof. Stewart de- scribed how the Cc-ri-titut'.>-i mav be amended, and explained t'l^t tit legisltaive body formulates the a- mendment. The Governor cannot veto such action of the Legisla- ture without submission of the bill 4y the people. The proposed a- mendment must be given publica- tion three months prior, to the vote of the people. This lecture presented by - Mr. Stewart is one of a .series that he has been asked to give ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 February 1935

Page Two TIJE HANDOUT Saturday', Feb. 16, 1935. * T he Handout •V. Official tmident newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Oihce, first iloor. Administration Building. Entered as second-class matter Oct.AB, 183ii;-*u-tIt/ postoffice at Worth, Texas, under- the Act of Mi^rch 3, 1879- Fort Subscription Price * $1.00 Bob Editor-in-Chief, Frances Crain Acting Business Managers -leflson Bob Bailey Associate Editors Ttia Mae Smith * Edwin Watson * Assistant Editors « " Society Avanal West t-eature Literary (jrace Copeland Robert Baker Sports Editors John i'addock Marcia Rutledge Exchange Editors Mary Dale Humphries Lucile Copeland 0 Reporterial Staff Robert i Baker Robert Buchanan Morris Williams Johnny Murphy Ruth Anna Jackson Lessie. F. Campbell Rumona Trout Ed Chenney - Betty Bennett ' Walter True u> , THANKS, MR. NOLLNER Thanks! for the two outstanding Chapel programs y$u have^arranged for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 February 1935

a* Saturday, Feb. 16, 1935. ■' THE HANDOUT Pace Th if e <7 THE QUEEN OF HEARTS . TO BE CROWNED TONIGHT Who will be tly Queen of Hearts? As the time for open house draws nearer, this be- comes more and more the main topic of conversation amon^ the students. Everyone is wondering what girl will be chosen Queen of Hearts, and looking for- ward to her coronation. Nine girls will be selected by a secret committee, and from these nine, students attending open house will select the queen. The queen will choose a boy from the student body (not necessarily her own escort) to be the King of Hearts. The Queen will be crown- ed by the King of Hearts, whose identity will not be revealed be- forehand. '■or the past week students have been rushing to room 21 to get their invitations to send to their best girl friends - and boy friends. i<! rs. Rase Li sen by and Miss Cath- rine Martin were "in charge of the irritations. A group of students will be busy Saturday morning not breaking hearts, b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 16 February 1935

Cr Pace Four THE HANDOUT Saturday, Feb. 16, 1935. Basketball Captains Are Selected Basketball captains for the vari- ous teams have been selected, An- na Catherine Norris will head the S.M K. team; Clarene Allensworth is Koro captain; Juell Barnard is the Freshman captain; Daris Alsup will lead the Juniors; Christell Hall- iS Sophomore captain and Elizabeth Timons will lead, .the Mulkey team. Thter are only two more weeks of practice. It is still possible to make one-third of the practice. Miss Parker, head of the Physical Education Department, urges that all students attned practice. She sattcs that she believes the games will be interesting and editing, as the teams will fyobably be closely matched in this tournament. S. M. K. Meeting Is Valentine Party S. MfK. members were enter- tained at the regular meeting ! Thursday with a valentine part^. ' Games were directed by Miss Ida Mae Smith, vice-presPdent of the organization. Misses Artelia Minton, Doris Champion, Minnie C. Griffin,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 March 1935

THE HANDOUT o PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Volume 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, March 23, 1935- Number 21. T. W. C. Is Named Texas Wesley an College Marius Thor Is New Dean ot Fine Arts Announcement Made by Dr. Brabham ?> H fif his Mr. Marius Thor was appointed Dean of the Fine Arts Department of Texas Wesleyan College, Thursday morning, by Dr. Tom W. Barbham. Mr. Thor was born in Copen- hagen, Denmark, and began his musical studies in piano at the age of six. His first instructor was mother who was an accomplished pianist. While studying under his mother, -he became well acquaint- ed "with the fundamental^, of the keyboard. After ^JiaVing complet- ed a foucryear study at the Royal Conservatory in Copenhagen, he went tc Berlin in order to enter the -master class of Prof. Henri Martpaiy r<>nrVi violin- ist, whe was the head of the violin , depatrment and successor of the late Joseph Yoachim at the Royal Academy of Music, then regarded as the greatest sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 March 1935

Pasre Two THE HAKDOUT The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, iirst floor. Administration Building. Entered a.-, second-cla^s matter Oct 18, 1832, at the postofficc at Fori Worth, Texas under the Act of March 3, "1879. Subscription Price $1 00 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGERS.. ASSOCIATE EDITORS .. SPORTS F.DIDTORS Frances Crain Robert Henson, and Robert Bailey Carl Garner and Edwiri Watson W ade Glover, and Marcia Rutledge EXCHANGE EDITORS Lucile Cope-land, and Kuth Anna Jackson FEATURE EDITOR Grace Copeland j •J Avanal West i Robert Baker SOCIETY EDITOR LITERARY EDITOR REPORTOR1AI. STAFF—Robert Baker, Norris Williams, Ruth 15 Anna Jackson, Romona Trout, Betty Bennett, Robert Buchanan, Johnny Murphy, Lessie F. Campbell, Ed Cheney, Walter 1 rue CAPITALISM Horns and a forked tail. This is the impression that many people have of a capitalist., but when we" s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 March 1935

itunlav, March 23, 1935. THB HANDOUT I'm i 1 i fit: at kXIi | tor the kUh 14' ht ■pur Qoe I net |1CS5. trap kt then am ■cor* Irgot in |)und FePy I kid, a- or off ■new |tage 's a lore |one he Idies I ask ■are- pro- fitor | Mr. 3or- A 0 ,y>:ss -Fermier, Graduate S. M. K. VICTOES Is Campus Quest OVER KORO'S 64 50 twitn these four teams next week and he sure to come for they*how Kt"«J play iny ability. > Florence Feriliier, a gradu- j Tex..* Woman's College and j Wednesday afternoon at^ 4 30 ■ iJetit pf Chicago University is J o'clock the two outstanding* liter- .imt! the spring holidays on ary societies, S.M.K. and Koro, imjm*. I played their first basketball game Fermier ha- had many cx-jof this year. After a hird. last, Sakkara Pledges Entertain Charter Members at Smoker i s since >he left T. W. C. miuner of 1933 Miss Fermier wnployed at the Y. W. C. A. at New Bufflo, Michigan • fail Miss Fertnier worked or. ■ailuij Survey which was at time making a stu<$ of what t like t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 23 March 1935

Pace Four THE HA1TD0TJT SPORTS SLANTS By WADE GLOVER Although it will be several moons before Coach Byron klioine will.sound the call for foo'bait, a great wave of interest hai already gripped tl-e campus. Not onlv~is tlic campus chattcr concerned about the gridiron, bui also all downtown and out lying vicinities are a-gog ov*r the pros- •pects of the Texas Wesleyan pre- senting a pigskin crew on the field next fall. • Prospects never so, bright for a first year co-educational school as^^liey are here at the present time. Ever) indication points toward an eleven that v- ill compare favorably with any of the Southwest Conference Although Coach Rhome is not a fellow to openly commit himself and (liseuss the future prospects, one can see that he is highly elated over step- ping into the championship pfcftire the first year. This will be his first venture into a new field as well,as for Tex- as Wesleyan. It is a known fact that he is a coach of no mean abil- ity. His rccord at Graham Hi...

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