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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 August 1930

r « * r Sentences of Sport B> H«) and Ralph Co-Ed Sports By Doris Clark a This, years tennis tournament has : These Dolphins are getting better brought into prominence a member of ami better. They're working mighty the faculty who hitherto has been hard on the water pageant they are practically unknown in sporting cir- ifoing to give on August 14. They cl«K. He is J. J. Miller, instructor meet on Monday, Wednesday, and ©f physics. lie defeated Henry in Friday afternoon* of each week, due the men singles, and he and Cook to the fact that there is less eom- won the mens doubles by default. We petition in the pool then than in the offer our congratulations to Mr. Mil- eveningu. This week they started 1' ' off n fht by meeting at 7:80 Monday ——— j mcrtiing and going through a snappy Francis Stroup, captain of the Hobo work-out. Later they treated them- Swimming Club, may be observed at .selves and a group of younger girls the swimming pool practically any | who are helping them in th...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 August 1930

I m K CLUBS AND SOCIETY A T. BATKS DIKS C L C TO I Ah I I RIP TO F.UROPI S! OS DAY A. T. Bat**, pioneer of Denton County and father of Miaa Gladys Bale*. auiutant rt ^ntrar of the Col' leife, du*l Uwt .Saturday afternoon aliout two-thirty in the Denton Hoe I Jj,. ■ I,r. by a *if« ari'l 'MARYS HOLD four children. Sympathy in ezt«r>de<l : LAS'! M f /: TINCj thf relative* ami friend* of the de- ; ct*a<«d. will The farewell meeting of the Mary Student Assistants— (Continued from faife 1) I peTinmanahip student teacher* are !x>rene French and Flora Fullbnjfht. j Mi-- French U K'.iriic to teaeh at OIney next year and Miaa Fullbrijfht will be at Seymour t«a< hing penimm- nhtp. The Current Literature Club hold its lac! n>-- ng for *h «timmer Arden Club in th. form of a party aesaiofl on Monday evening, Augu t. with a program and dancing follow 4, at jm-%en o'clock. *Ih • meeting will ing wan held in the Ixnlg* on Mon- be in the form of « wa'. rmelon fe*#t day evening, July...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

PLACEMENT SECTION THECA This section of TIm Cu- put Chat contains the Mat of students and f radaataa of the College who lux registered in the Place- ment office. jm if life is&M km ■M, VULUMN NORTH 1TXAS STATl II-ACHERS COl.l I:G1 Dl-NTON I'EXAS. rUESDAY AlV.l'ST 12. 1931T 4,000 CO-OPERATE WITH BUREAU BY LISTING POSITIONS NUMBER 38 (A — continued) Averitt, Ruby, Principal, Justin, Texas Abies, Anna Rose, grades 1-7, Cat- Avery, Olive. First Crude, Fort lett School. Decatur, Texas ' Worth, Texas Acker, Archie, Superintendent) Aycock, Minnie, Latin anil English, Lake View School, Peterabury, Texas: Bremond, Texas Acker. Mrs. Beola. Seventh Grade,: Ayers, Joe, Principal Jr. High Petersbury, Texas {School, Weatherford, Texas Adcms, Bernice, Second and Third i Grades, Justin, Texas Adams, Bessie, Principal, Prairie Hill, Texas Adams, Blanche V., History, Min- eral Wells, Texas Adams, Elizabeth E„ Houston High School, Houston, Texas Adams, Exa, Sixth and Seventh Grades, Ponder, Texas ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

a t uitru n o« (C — continued) (C continued) Chappell, J. W. D., iMtktUtto, Comptoa, Juanita. History, <Uf- ' histcry, Salisbury, Memphis. ton, T*xa* lar Texas Conard, J R-- Hi'tory and 3cien<-«, ' rf Chas'ain, Elsie P*lk, home eco- Bryan School, Cor.iearia, Texan Connell, C. H. Jr. High School.!'' rond, ArttArtlio, 1 txm i onnel!. E. M., Superintendent, An- *>*■- >ond. o«. Texa# Connell, L. f, Economics. King# Now >u I ilie, T«W ('urti* Connors, Win-".r,. Fifth, Sixth, and Texa •Sr# Billia, ftjrst and second nomics. WaxahaH ■, Texaa Chatham. Mi lit Burns. Parkrn■* S.-h< < 1, Shreveport, Chenault, Marie, first, third, four1-. Mart, Texa* Cherry Jewel, intermediate, Frind- hip School Tolar, Texas , 5 , ... «% Ckcrry, One.ta, th.nl *rada. Thrift,!Seventh Gred^GainMviUa, Texa* Texan Cherry, Pauline, primary. Hasten, Texa* Cheshire, Ethel first. Corpo# Chrwi, Texa- _ Chikoat, B«-ssio, Dallas, ^ M>ry RuU> Mftth Uwnon„ n stratum High School, Denton, T#xa# jr. pn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

J V r . * * i • H U continued) (H — continued) I (H — continued) D. T., industrial education. Harris. Mrs. Ida, elementary I.*ne, Texas fas Denton, Texas Hobb*, Buell. history. Italy. Texas (Dudle> W., mathematics. srris. Ha. intermediate, F.ddy, Hobson. Edna May, third, Vernon, fcisiana Te., Texas I. B.. principal, Hubbard. Harris, J. A., Junior High, Fort Hobson, Effi? Mae, primary, Anna, Worth, Texas ! Texas Jj. P., Iuly, Texas | Harris, S. S.. Plainview High Hodge, James. Wolf Flat, Turkey. J Mollie L., sixth, Comyn. School, Pineland, Texas Texas Harris, \erna, grades« Thurber, i Hodges, Fern, grades seven and Hibbett, Quanah, Texas'Texas |ei|rhti l)<llwinf Tt,x#9 Srs. MM!) Iptory, Hobbs, Hart, Cora, fourth and fifth, Mai^ H.• < 1 ^• Geneva. grades five, six, o 'field, Texas sown, and eight. Sandy, Kevenna, history, Okla- H. L., superintendent, | Hartman, Reev .v Mcmco mion. Texas M.. mathematics, Denton.j Hartsell, Opal, grades 4 to 8, Cen- i ter School, Floydada, Texa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

To Study in North si (M — continued) Mayo, Nov*, grade* 1 and 2. Dean Date School, mate fl, Wichita Falls, Texan Mayo. Wmnit. grade* I and 2, Ma- bank. Tex a* M«■ !-, Mra. Loraine N-. third gTade, Fort Worth, Texas M«- <k, Elisabeth, grad* 4, Sanger. Texas Meek, Jewell, grade* $ to 3, Imfc- pendrm ,■ School, WhiUibon), Texaa Mtinecke, V. L. principal. Double Oak School, Melton, Adline, grade* 6 ami 7, Ben jamin. Texas Melugin, Mary Aimed*. grade* 4 ana 5 an-: home economies, Charlie. Texas Mercer* Charles D„ Tulaa. OklafctW Mcrrell Bryant,principal, McCord School, Frost, Texas MenreB, J. B, principal. Murray Texas Mt rrell, Schell. grade I, San An- tonio, 'lc i.1 H. J. P vm Merrell, Suepbelia, grade* 1 to 4, H. J. P. ViU, director of the In Coleyviile, T«ca* dustml education department uml Merrick, Mi ante, fint grade, Fort chairman of the sdromer recreation Worth, Texas \ committee, will study next year Merritt, Helen, grade 7, Cellna, I" New York University. Under hie Texas I l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

(R — continued) (S — continued) Hoi;: • • Edra, .spelling, health,; Self, Hazel, third grade Limiale Valley View School, Iowa Park, Tex. Texas Robinson, Geo. E.. seventh, eighth, Selvidge, Lewis, principal, Brown and ninth, Ramlett, McKinney, Tex. School, Henrietta, Texas Robinson, Mrs. Geo. E., fifth, sixth, Selvidge. Mrs. Lewis, primary and seventh, McKinney, Texas Henrietta. Texas Robinson, Jeffie, geography, Troy, Senter. Marjorie, grades 1-7, A1 Texas varado, Texaas Robinson, Laura, grades one, two, Settle, Winnie, grades 3-5 For- and three, Pendleton, Texas Robinson, Margie, second grade, Amarillo, Texas Robinson, Nadine, first grade, San Juan, Texas Robinson, Mrs. Ouida B., Howard, Wichita Falls, Texas Robinson, Rosa, third, fourth, Sal- ado, Texas Robinson, Ruby, sixth, seventh, Silver Valley, Texas Robinson, Veda, grades 1-4, Roan- oke, Texas Robinson, Viola, primary, Bryson, Texas Robinson, Flo, physical education, Lamesa, Texas ' Roch, Lewis M., superintendent, Stoneburg,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

Visiting Professors In Spite of Weather Enjoy Summer Here This *rticle wn designed to (five our riaiting in* true tor* a chance to! •ay • few words roneemtng the term'*j work at thr College. Those that could he reached responded in a way similar to the following statement*: j "I feel like I'm coming hack to one: of the greatest school in the world whan I come back to my old Alma Mater to teach," *ald W. P. Boyd.f when commenting on his summer's work here. Mr. Boyd is a teacher of English while he is here this sum- mer. Me is a graduate of the College and former secretary to the president. "I have been on the campus so long that I feel as if I were at home, and it is a delightful feeling to feel at home," Mr. Boyd added, lie is in- structor in the Business Administra- tion department of State University of Texas and he said in connection with his work there, "We have a Teachers College Club at Austin, and we make the tie of our Alma Mater stronged by keeping in close touch with all t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

■tm !®g ' w* Q1ATTER BOX VOLUME XIV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN I ON, TEXAS. I Ul SDAY. AUGUST 12. 1930 NUMBER 38 A recent letter from Dr. Brute to President Marquis states that Mrs. Bruce is greatly improved and that the nurse has been dismissed. President Marquis has requested that the dean of men and the dean of women refuse to approve houses for boarding, rooming, or light-house- keeping that are used for business purposes that necessitate the passing in and out of the public. We feel that this is a wise and needed move, in that it is not appropriate for college stu- dents to be in constant contact with people coming to their home for busi- ness purposes. Proper conditions for study are practically impossible to at- tain under such conditions, and many temptations are placed before the stu- dents. President Marquis recently received a letter from the chairman of the Den- ton Goodwill Trip Committee of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce stating the appreciation of that bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

Pr Ot to Gi rtn j By Biaii*eli of Ukc North Texa* State TMckin (olkp. DenUm, 'I exaa Cfcat Kal*re4 u O«cond Clix Mali Matter t thr Pwntllfi at Denton. Iexa . Ur< ft. !!*!•> Books and Other Thinsfs Edited Hi/ Clarence and Marion Jaeggli mi BEARD IS ST! HEM OF \RT I'ark Pickin g By Oneita Cherry i)i i !•;!) you heer way hoo enyhow, hekaus we had to hand in a biogerfy of our live* and I fergot to tell hm who my parinta was and he rote on my paper and a*t me if I wux born a orfan. I gea* he thanks hex mitey smart, but I (mi he is. We have boon having a big di - kushion at or house ever since we seen the funny papers Sunday and iSkeexix ast which came first the Hapy • h*l. >«<* )**r STAFF Fred B. Name Porter Baird Steva Whitehead Rachel Hughes Clarence and Marion Jaeggli frum | n be | I ibBH )M*t! n-ri hear aeeh ■ ehikMi or the aig. I doant no hu ; will be for groups of students inter- im ny part to^oing to win the argiment but they ! in sccur{nK extension work in to lurn eve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

# * I I I * > : < . Sentences of Sport By Ha and Ralph Co-Ed Sports By Doris Clark Denton Hi(fh will send four of it* Well, the W. A. A. sports for the state h i g h school championship summer of 1830 are about to come to basketball men to aid the Eagles next a close. One more week will see the year in the persons of Smyers, Finley, tournament* over. Each sport each Bochart. and Zeretzke. Each of is closed with a tournament these men placed on one of the all- and the winners' names are kept ■state teams. Freshmen are eligible ""ted in the W. A. A. History Book, for games if they enter school before Mo*t of the girls who take part in October this year. the sports enter the tournaments more for the fun of the competition than for any honors gained through Basketball fans for next year will observe an old face back in "Honey" victory Herrin. By making 24 points in a The first tournament of the list game two years ago, he set a T. I. A was the one held by the swimming A. record. I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 August 1930

ELUS COUNT AIS'S TO HAVE PARTY TW EUli County Club wil. t> tain*d at Ihc College Club Hou«« TM*d y nijfht, Auffu.t 12, with k c®mbirv*t ion Hrirfif# ami Forty-Two party Al! Ellis Countian# and (pint are invited. BONNIE WILKERSON MARRIES SOUTH TEXAN Registrar Wants— (Continued from Pags I) GEOGRAPHY MAJORS TO GO TO EUROPl Mia* Bonnie Wilksrson, graduat* of but the studant may d«f«r application thf Coll***, «ai marriad to Chart** for the eirrtifirats until he ha* n**A Ahlars of Hebbronvilie on Monday'of It if h* flnirtu evening, Aumu! 4, at tile home of the Extension of Certificate* bride * mother. Dr. W. C. McClnar Th law require* that thoaa who read the double ring ceremony. Fink doaire extension of c«rtifieaUs Khali I radiance was uaed in prof union in have sent to the State Department of | the room. Education the certificate Ui bt « } Mian Wilkeraon t* the daughter oi tend*!, a fee of one dollar, and a ear- Mr. B O. Wilkeraon af Z22 Bryan ttficate statement of the completion Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1930

V* I i; 11 VOLUME XV Enrollment Wednesday Neared 1,5 0 0 Mark; Students Come More 700 FRESHMEN ARE ENROLLED IN FIRST WEEK NORTH TEXAS EACH KS UL JEN TON. VEXAS. SA TURDAY. OCTOBER 6.19 JO NUMBER JUNORS, SOPHS, iLIMES MEET AND ORGANIZE 'tyOYU8 Has Initial ait'" i'dnenday V\s met Wednesday m lhe auditor - ' \ ^ M i8h Lil- II \RTS IS MADE MAJOR I'RJEK HO VS. YOUNGHLOOI), I HIT WITH ENGLISH AS VALKEH VM) MILLER, WILL YUCC.1 BUILDS fhoto studio IT MIAOR; SEVER \ L :R>KS RE-Nl MHEREI). IJ- M) CI \SSF.S Dl IUN(. it COLLEGE SESSION. 1030 May new changes have been made Harold Youngblood of Kdgewood, j irt/iB college curriculum and will ap- « ntiss Walker, of Seymour, and in the new catalogue, according Charles L. Miller of Ft. Worth were j o information received from the or -elected president* of the junior, soph- ice of the dean, Dr. W. J. MeCrt-!otnore, and freshman class respec- \ DR. BRUCE IS DICED TO NEW STUDENTS. lively at. separate meetings held) While most of the students have Thu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1930

Km I ill ■■ i- i siiij, tit# af tlw HMrtk Tmh ■ •'. 9mtm Ttnum MM* Books and Oth^r Things Edited By Pearson Medders WIS , ft f«':i < .* ( hut holered a* H«*aad <%** Wai! Matter at the PMtoffiw at Ileaten. Thm. iier. 191 i: ~1 (input *hat. m* rear •1.59 ,jL Printed by HtudeotH . f the North Tesa* StaU Teacher* College " J. ii. Hall. iantraetar MKMBKR TEWH INTER< ttUJKM ATE PRESS ASSOCIATION i|j| ^Hjjj 'ivf'■ Kmmrtt L. Yanl, Mimim. Bex 219. T. C. SU. Night Football Sight football, a comparatively recent innovation Kiven the grid sport by its moguls, UI soon become a feature of this collage's athletic*. Official* of the fame any that the nocturnal affair haa many advantages ovar the daylight same. Thay state that the game is speeded up hy the increased cool, n«M Ht night in thf southern states where heat often slows the players up. Increased attendance ia noted at night football gamea. observer* say. Moat college of- ficial* re-port 30 to 60 percent larger gate receipts at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1930

• f- Mi « Jenk- E Acker Igtsi Kluine Ad«ra Faculty Directory El M** Horn* Eeo. , Asst. Text- book Lib. Mr; Oorrie Allen Eng.. Dem. School. Mr E- L. Anderson . French uut Mary Anderson Mustek Mis* Dorothy Bitbb Latin, Dent. Sch. Mr-. Nannie W. Babb Asst. to Dean of Women Mr Amos Barksdale Mathematics Mis" Glady* Bates ..Asst. Refcistvar.. Ur S. A. Blackburn Ind. Ed.„ Mr J E. Biair Education. Mr Dixie Boyd ... Bookkeeper. Mist Velroa Braceweli Reg., Dem, .1023 W. wet MU Oifcf'** .... hit •""" 481-J 1309-J « 1276-J - 1270-J 11SI-W 264 _ 4(KJ-J.... 1052-J 1311-W \ , Try i Mi** \ lentine oiiphint 'At'tneograph « Operator Mi i.illian Parrilt Mu«ic Miai Wary Patchell English Mr. J w Pend« (iovernment .Mr "i 1 1'eter* Mathematica W. i 2"7 Avft* 1116 t" . nfc w. tf*"* 1721 Mr""* 1104 W. Bynore 1714 W. M ^ry „ini w. «r"®p# 611 Nor *««" Mr. \ Mis# p Neva Nellie Phillip, i)em> School. Mr. •* I* ^«'(^raphy Dr. ,n a Powell History Miss Preus < Nurse, Sanitarium Mis* AanaUlle Pritehard Educa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1930

ariety of A ctivities Austin College Game Found on Campus I, With the opwun* of tb* chool year from wwh major organization on th« of 1930-31 the vanoun chit* on the campus. It i« #pon*or«d by Mi « B«u- rampux are planning their acti*itie« lah Harms and m«*ta the first and for the year. Thar* ere eeven honor third Tuesday* of the month ary societies functioning at tha pre The Geastaa is a boys social club. n«nt time- They are Kappa Delta Pi, They meet every other Monday and W. H Bruce Scholarship Society, E are sponsored by G. M. CruUinger. D. Cnddie Hiitoncai Society, DelU The Pi Phi Pi ia a boys' club or- Psi Kappa, Pi Kappa Delta, and the ganited with the purpose of helping W. S. Manners Chemical Society in all school activities and bringing There are three boys clubs including boys together into a social organisa- <;e*tles. Pi Phi PS, and the Talons, tk>n, so as to form a better under- standing among them. Men are se- lected from the classes and after a period of pledgsehip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1930

*' y THE CHATTER BOX THECA CHAT VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STAT I TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950 NUMBER 3 Dean E. D. Cruldle, who has charge | of the College Club House, reports that the "open house" held Tuesday night was very successful, being at- tended by about twenty-five students. Games of many kinds were played, and according to Mrs. Criddle, the oc-1 casion proved very entertaining to1 everyone present. Mrs. Criddle further stated that she hoped more students would attend these open-house nights, which are held every Tuesday from six until 9 o'clock. VISITORS TALK TO ASSEMBLED STUDENT BODY College Sanitarium lias Many New Features Dr. L. H. Hubbard, president of the .Texas State College for Women, will deliver two lectures in the C. I, A. Auditorium on the lives of prominent Texas Women, October 20 and 27. On October 20, he will speak on the life of Mary Lyon and on the 27th the life of Alice Freeman Palmer will be his topic. An invitation has been ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1930

I PaMiahed Br Student* of the North T« *a t*t« Teacher* < ollege, Denton THit Cm>«i Chat Kntrrrd a* Setond CUu Mail Matter at the Poatof fire at Denton, Teia* I>* ft, illi John E- Kmc C*b|mi Chat, out jni Editor • ISO Printed by Mtudenta of the North Tetsa Stale Teacher* College J. D, Hall, iMtrueUr ■ MEMBSSt TEXAS IN I EK< OM.Ki.fATK I'HKMM ASSOCIATION Kaarlt L. Yanl. Huainr** Manager, 8*1 2M, T. C. Organized Pep Perhaps Umi most extravagant and least excusable of American habit* I* the potential power of accomplish- ment found in moat students which ia let to slip idly without an attempt to utilixe ita value. A machine ia good only if it ran accomplish work without undue loaa of energy Potential power Is into kiaetic forra Unquestionably there hi enough long power on the eimpu* to rock tha stadium whan an Eagle back hits the Una or skirt* tha and for a gain; however, strange to say, no such reaction oeearaa whan a gain ta actually made ' Why u thist la there potential ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1930

Saturday Show America's Own Internaho giving amba«>- *ador 9 wiu Roger & -jv *■ fot movietone hm& * "So This Is London" with Will Rogers, America's famous Wit and and Philosopher, playing what is con- sidered an even better role than he portrayed in his brilliant "They Had To See Paris," will be shown in the college auditorium tonight at 7:30. The theme of the story is based on the theory that the inability of people of different races to arrive at com- plete understanding is mainly because they do not know that, underneath the surface, people of all races are really the same. It portrays the adventures of Hi- ram Draper (Will Rogers), a wealthy mill owner from Texas, in the swirl of London society. The story is cleverly written, having been taken from George M. Cohen's international stage success, and the acting and characterization is said to be better than the average. Others in the cast include: Irene Rich, Frank Albertson, Maureen O'- Sullivan, Mary Forbes, and Lumsd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1930

Big-Little Sister Party Proves Big Success for Girls Night Pep Rally in Held Thursday \ of >h« collage war# «nt«rt*tf <vl Buf-Lutla Sirtar party in tfce Gyfnf:« iun THur l«f until 91 o'clock. Approximately *1* *«#mi<Ni th* ait*-' whi«'H soroi annually by the Yo'i|| idpBli with a Harris from 7 tar, ' eireua the (Int hour. The hand, of girl# from III* Hunter Houae. f«r- i*hed music for the -hi* parade" pot on before th< henrlnnimr of tfca show. JtanW Mac Moor* directed (ha mm*- £} matter*. Th< circu« was charactwiied by •itch foaturw an train*) ponies under th« supervision of Edith Gran. These pomaa performed all the n<*w danee atnps. C'Iovim w«r« many in number and grave several stunts Alpha Mor- ten. Mom singer. *anf two numbers Th« "boob family" attended th« air cu. and furnished several laughs Thi stunt waa aponaored by the | Wright How**, At Ute end of the hour a grand inarch waa directed by the ring maa-j tar and < ach girl was given a cricket, a balloon. a*...

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