ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Campus Chat, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,945 items from Campus Chat, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,945 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1929

SOCIETY—CLUBS Where the Hoover* Will Worship ♦ i ! Men's Faculty Club Is Host to Senior Hoys The postponed Faculty-Senior ban- quet was held Monday evening at the Methodist Church. This meet- ing was the usual in that about sixty- five men of the senior class were guest of the men of the faculty. The pro- gram was similiar in nature to that carried out by the club. Dr. W. J. McConnell was the princi- pal speaker. The subject of his talk was the "Intellectual Honor." Em- phasis was placed upon the elimination of vice, prejudice and superstition and on the developemcnt of an atti- tude of open mindedness. The speaker showed that the cause of prejudice and superstition man had, from the earliest time to the present, cheated himself of his fellowman and robbed posterity. He showed that the pro- cess of civilization has been effected not because a great mass of humanity was intellectually honest but in spite . f the fact that they are intellectually dishonest. His use of the term "intel-...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1929

" Wi -V « n b it e J n c< u n b< U C4 CI b. <r p k e< m ft T If T Eagles Annex Series From San Marcos Denton Forges Ahead In Second Period To Win Initial Contest ( It. riuui.ng different column* In'look at the starvbtmrd, Thursday nl|?ht ' he esefcaaf* paper* that com* to this w ho f mr.d that when ihe tried to RAY FERRYMAN IS OUTSTANDING EAGLE SCORER Second (iame The Eagle's Eye 0000000000000000 000000 00*0 0000 0 0 4 Before the San Marco* game Thurs- day night many fans in the gymna- sium were conceding the visitor* the victory. They were not far from *tng right in their prediction, tor had it not been for the Eagles' n< iett ng down a moment the outcome : undoubtely, would have been d f-! ferent. The Bobcats were certain.y playing brilliantly during the second J half. game wa exceedingly in fact that sometime;- CAPACITY CROWDS lAfiLiai IX) VS N M. OK lis OP 29 TO lit In a hard gains, contested most bit- terly, the Eagle* were fortunate enough Wednesday evening to d...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1929

is it ns day reason *n the j Hole close! • con-* iiffer- j ptains m thej Reid, each1 men e not BKitI I see I ilayed | irday, Fri- made now This, until hut inner f basis, t Teacher Placement Service Open To All Students of College and To Ex-Students Now Desiring Changes Don vadetl I mm ke a light, cope d tne their | im of |alsol akir.g as it ount, n /? c 11 D E. The College u^-uuiM a Tcachai Placement derviM U> an atluunt* of the College. So *nruum«sot tees are charged and no placement commis- sions a*« accepted, L. 11. r arriUKion, head of the Placement service, says. AU candiUatei tor degrees are expect- ed to enroll in the riacement Uliice in order tuat a complete tue ol the graduates may he kepi. Tms enaoies tne oil ice to place those graduates who are in the field and ihose who have secured iugaer degrees into higher teactiing positions. Uiten, cans come into tne office irom junior col- leges, asking lor recommendation oi gia^uatts v>nj are quttiilicu tor col- lege work. T...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1929

ALL-AMERICAN TACKLE IS ,Sar%%'ZHpaia<* 'says (,n\ sat: /.s- ovek-r.tra 7/"Y"r' NOW IN COLLEGE HERE r -*tm F und! M AllAftwmesr Uckl«. Furthermore be )* enrolled in the Col- lect None other than Dom Richer- ton is the fount h«p about whom this i* tra*. He W • native Texan being reared at Shermiu., and later receiving AD • American reeocnition while playing for the Uni*er ity of Maaovri. Three years he p)ajr«d for the Tigtrs and while doing * MlecU-ii bj Knute Rockae of Notre Dame M the outctand.ng tackle for 1924; several Eastern newspaper* alto accorded him this honor, Rirhemon'* first athletic progress whan he was attending High wboo! in IW21 That raar he set a new mark for Texas high schools when he threw the discus m fast and five inehas This record has raceatly been shaturd. lie now holds the record for tfe* discus and the shot put in the Missouri Valley Conference; the first with a toes of 146 feat 4 inches and the latter with a heave of 47 feet .1 inches. Richer- son was a ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1929

c CHATTER BOX THE HAT VOLUME XIII NORTH H:\AS STATE ITACHLRS COLLEGE. DENTON, Ti XAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1929 NUMBER 16 L. D. Borden, chief supervisor. Divi- sion of Kural Schools, Austin, who ua.i connected with the Physics de- partment of the College from liKll to li 19, died Friday, February 1, at his home in Austin. Amy Adrian, former student of the College and member of the Campus Chat staff, was chosen as the most popular girl at Austin Collide in Sherman, which school she is now attending. Miss Adrian was a fresh- man here in VJ'M-'N. Her picture, together with three other students of Austin College, appeared in a recent issue of The Dallas Morning News. YUCCA SALES CAMPAIGN BEGINS ! BUSINESS MANAGER EXPECTS BOOKS TO ill. SOLD BY END OF MONTH MAY PLACE ORDERS AT TICKET OFFICE "We are out to sell fifteen hundred "Yuocas" during the remainder of this month," Charlua Brown, business manager of the book, said. Although this number is a little over twice that was sold last year...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1929

rtrt THE ( AM PI S ( HA1 I'ubliaht-tf by the -il udrnl* uf th* North Tri«« Si*i«- I rucher* (u. -ff Drnlun I f u< ( ampu* Chat I nltiifl <• ><•<•«,nd 1 «* Mail M*llrr at lh> p.i.inHicf at i>rni or. I •• i a* i '• > " 11 '■ Campus < hal. >nr yrtr tl '<0 ST A* F si .1. j I I : %l . \ < . Mll'if )K J, fc. Harrison Mananging eilitui l*ai>eUe Ar Mistead AtM'tjiU' MiHoi qu.nii) ~*ll euiioi t larrare Jarggn Literary edlttir j Urnme Wither «oii \- .i -i jiii Marjorie L. .Miiip'.cin t olumiiiat Mra *ot>in*on < oluiUJi* i >graph leg! WHS to U ith rev if €1 (? RE? and by th Reporter* Ralph H" mi, Smn llielt, Lenora Corn ell, Helen liail, Honuie VSilhrrM>fi, Uulh tuttinmg^ Kachatl llughc.. t.« tie (irnly, hv Hatcher, i'.tma I anairrro, Ruby Anglin, Paul <«ritfith . MEM HLK I I.X AH IMMtiOI.I.I GIA 1 K i'UEnS A - S<>< 1A I ION Printed (• .Undents of Ho North 7eiaa Mate Teachera C«ll«(t J. D HALL. Jr. laatrucUir J^mot> .mil J > ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1929

• I m* 4 NEW SKI RE ORD The Eagle 8 Eye ♦ I One thing the Wildv u have, clad in a basketball uniform, is an honest buy. Monday night the ball went out of b unds and at an angle where j referee Bridge* eou d not see the play. 1 Bridges was rushing past and asked Cheves if he touched the ball last. ! Cheves quickly replied, "Yes, sir, I touched the ball." A true sp> rt*man, we iaiff. Oat at Simmons Monday night the Cowboys won from Austin College 14 to 10. The fame wa i featured by the Simmons crew holding the ball out of play for eight minutes during the first half and for fourteen minutes during the last period. It will be re- membered that the Eagles established a local "record by hold ng the ball out of play for several minutes when playing the Oklahoma Baptist Uni- versity here shortly after the holidays, . but the above "stalling" surpassed anything reasonable it seems. Kacy Jones, who is now studying « and acting as asistant coach at Mc- Murriy, watched the Eagles in all of ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1929

GREEN <ND WHITE CAGERS "I 'C _ .IF SV /.s Record High-Point Man - S\ r-rrj « * i i. Ui \ (I i!i:<Xa M) 01 NT S< coud Game Ml E/ (iLK SCORES AMK EX< K U, H W KIT l,K KKH WITHOUT COUiB I OK I II h rONKiri • ST < >it I N <ji POINTS ■ERRING Wi diet'ted ta Inmrco toftate it to ii at Ah ilt> « T> thv Ea*l« won 47 a wtft- c> tnc bagftin (fig and a of winnj, *0. charge m the hot) ii*on Herri ng. He at thi thi eya't fight t T. I. A A by night to r 26 to 16. fo A. C. C. tor* of point* and Coons, point Hanoi with four "appy dimlnuttva, eastvely for the wan in tb« battle, ur personals. Pur 58? point* and Mt a record for individual scoring for tha A. C. C. gymnasium and probably the T. I. A. A. Herring started his scoring pre< with the opening of the game with for the | *n *'**y crtp and Cowley followed shortly with a goal. Brock advanced '.ha Eagle score to five with a free toss, but almost a* soon done & said the Wildcat* accumulated four points and it look...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1929

Campus Chirps MaXJokik L. Simpson hire Ruins ilie Law.enceville School Th world thinks that the Question J.ark set a record but it is all wet. \Va have the original pi me right here in Denton, and it han't taken o the air yet. It is the famous fc«>at that made a non-stop flight to California carrying the Marquis twins and Curtis Gross. Any car that is able to run when the rear wheel is put on the front ought to have some kind of distinguished medal awarded to it. You may view the Question- mark when it is at rest in the court of honor in the northwest Corner of the campus besidt the bushes beneath or near that tree over there. For some reason or other we are death on puns lately. Here goes for another. "Like begets like, but like is not always like like." Shuck corn over that for a change! mJ£- Student, Professor, how do you like the taste of ground hug? Prof Why, I've iuvi-r eaten such. Student: Why, prof, have you in ver eaten any sausage? 1 «!*!•■ Ni vv, did you really cull ma...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1929

s<)Cim y-cli hs Joan Craw ford Plays In Feature At I'a! are Theatre CO-ED.S" CORNER t+*+0++* + + + + + + + + +■■+ 4 Senior Class To Sponsor Cot It fl( Valentine Da nee Ruth CumminUs Is Elected To l ilt I ara.'iey lu Forum 14. the Mar e will inclu grand be in social >n hall with 1 th of ! f« #«.hr. Paul The re i of a get The will be On February will sponsor an reception at thi Ruby Walker l C. Brodie, wil! b and also at will be held in hall. The dam a tag and Jones and ception wil ai-qua nu<: and re "i ' decorated wi runners of r Tom Rom and hi) i nine piece orrhea tra will furnish tht music for the evening The adroi* on is the regular price to all tx< i-pt s«rior# who will be admitted upon th* presentation of th#- * nu>r activity ti< ket. Mary Ardens Are Hostesses \t 'Ten The Marjr Arden* wer% hostesses at the tea which wa* givan in the girl'* f: u f E Tl had During Ivtt am: reception rooni building Wednesday afternoon from 3 to & o'clock. The room was lighted ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1929

CHATTER BOX THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XIII NOR 1 H TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN I ON. 1EXAS. SA 1URDAY. EI BRUARY 16. 1929 NUMBER 17 Ralph Gulden, who attended school T\ fj here in '2':.-'25, '25 '26. report# that he |j V/I\ 1 1 U is having a great time in Shanghi, China. Although he would like to be back in Denton, he says that he will not return until he has seen all the world. He has already been in South America and almost all the countries in Esrope. President Marquis ifl in receipt of a letter from Bataell Baxter, presi- dent of Abilene Christian College, in which a tribute was paid to the Eagles' ability on the basketball court. "Your basketball team recently spent two nights here gathering in the heavy end of the score," he Baid. "It is one of the most nearly perfect teams we have seen. They deserved to win by the top-heavy score that attended each game." LECTURE HERE EXPERIENCES OK MOTORCYCLE TRIP THROUGH AFRICA WILL BE RELATED BY SPEAKER— ILLUSTRATIONS ALSO GIVEN There w...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1929

tl n b 3 u x< Uf K P O hi th w U> b< rt G M L, ( A ra« •v r* th- Ea "0 A r Wf wt Wf ho pli Hj 71 p* Su hoi w* Gr din nir A Uf dir ru P« r; n toi W< tb« rv« Ro th# 0 I) it I fr« ho ho ?r flB rvu E 7 to •* Ik m tt - rtn ■nty of piuck, *nd much determi >n to on, however. iK team* ar It rn#y of th Utt th dated an *n in '/u*t fa-. •er night, ;t f a* '*« a THE CAMPUS CHAT Patliiiwd br Uw of tk« >*rtfc T«*a* bt*U Tr*rh«r« Colleg* Dntso. Ttiu CmmpnM Chat Entered a* Second ( ] •« Mail Matter at th p© tol!IJe at Dvaton. Texa*. Dec K, 19K Caapua Chat, ooa year 11 AO STAFF Margaret Mehaffey J dit/.r in chief I. E. Harrison Mananging editor laatxlle Arrowtcsd \i->■■>*<* editor Ciomhj S.-if " l«>! t* editor Clarnrt Jaesft'i Literary editor Bennie VSilker on ^*«i*t*nt J Marjone L impuifi < oiurn Kdr* Roinnsoa Columnist | _m I Reporter*! Ralph Hon st on, Norri- Hiatt, l«enor* Corn* ltd, Helru Hall. Bonnie Wilker.ri, Ruth Corominga Rachael Hughes, Gene Grady, Eva Hat...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1929

* m * . SOCIETY- CLUBS Leads Grand March r Elementary Council Has Valentine Party Approximately sixty people were present at the Valentine party given at the Mary A pirn I l<y the Ele menlary Council Monday, February 11. The Kindergarten-Primary Club of the College of Industrial Arts and their sponsors were guests of the evening. As the guests arrived, they were invited to visit one of the groups that were formed in the different parts of the room. When people of each group had had time to become acquainted, the "fruit basket" turned over and each person was asked to visit another group. The artistic abilities of those present were shown by a comic of their "Valentine" drawn on paper with colored crayons. A drawing in which G. A. Odam drew the lower extrem- ities, was given first place Mr, Odam was asked to discuss the best qual- ities of his work (a donkey's head on a man's body having extremely huge feet). He said "It embodies the ele- ment of character and big ideas direct fro...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1929

1 1 t I I ( h t * t, b r G V L L ( A m e\ ri Pi tb e* E> "( nil A Ut dii gu rn« P* G H *oi W. th< ev« Ro th< 0 L) iti f 7' ho ho pr im mi E T iu •r tfc fl* # A Eagles Gain Last Minute Victory ^Iaunrfl ftagi(, (luaril I at iea#t working h*rd tor • vie- EAGLES EXPECT Independent 1 r. /. A. A Leac/ Held By Denton As Kats Take One-Point Loss FIRST GAME IS WON EASILY; SECOND HECTIC YORK SINKS LONG GOAL THAT PLACES VH I OH V IN GRASP Of LCK AL8— FHKK TOU FAILS TO TIE COLNT The Bearkat# of 3am Houston Teacher# College were victims of champion poi«on hern Wednesday night to amount of 38 to 20. The ad- ministration of the done by the Eagle# warn thoroughly enjoyable to the spec- tator# that filled the Harm# gym no* turn, while the KaU seemed to dete#t iwh treatment. Brock, who contributed 17 pointa, formed the center at n aymetriral of- fense, while Cowley and Cumming#, with 8 markera each provided the int- ervening support#, a# York and Perry- nun formed the basis of the opera- tio...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1929

Personals Annual Auction of Dogs in Virginia Town ; Ht-len Has well spent the weekend' in Dallaa with friends. Laura Harris was in Dallas I week-end visiting her sister. last ! Vera Davenport spent the week-end at her home in Pilot Point. Charles Douglas and Dean W W. I Cook were in Dallas last Saturday. Carroll Evans of Hunsville is the j guest of Woody McConnell. | Lucy Gunter and Lucille Crawford I visited in Ponder last week-end. i 1 Virgir.itt Galbraith visited friends in ! Arlington Saturday and Sunday. Lee Wilson, who is teaching at Sli- vis ted here last week-end. Clyde West of McKinney visit«d fh fr Js on the campus Sunday. 4rs. J&ne Bennet spent the weok- temi in Heneritta with friends. in Vern Brown visited her cousin - « Dallas last Saturday and Sunday. I . H i i. Lucille Psnn was in Dallas Saturday and Sunday. Jewel Bowon spent Saturday and MSunday in her home in Gunter. Louise Abbot and Jewel Matthews Inpent the week-end in Dallas with fetheir parents. — Frances Ja...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1929

r-; (iiiinn Williams, Congressman for District, Secures Relics of War Department for College Museum lute/Ids Lose lilt to (iainesrille Junior College Qunitet A frw ffk* Sl") Dr J I. K b-iry, cur t"r of the his' r a! < tion, appealed It' Honorable (J Wi>!ia«.*, c. • gf-«in n ' r tl trict at \Va hinjrton, tor hi in Mcuring material from the Tr ury and War I national govern m< Williams ha* *i offer of th* War posit with the Col of antiquated *• it German and flMM * into the •rnment du Hoys (th < ('lab Sitif i lot Kappa l>( Ha I'i The Boys' Glee flub entertained rtmeftta of In rftffMMt, t a condMi xrtiMnt to rKt a large ann mat I Mr >a Delta Pi meatiny held at g« club h«UM Thurnday wticn car federal go War. Yeaterdi from Cong ceived, iro pieces of Ccmfedn ionic of it exceedi panying the monaj let tar from tha As the Treasury to liama: trial, dome 01 f it Austrian hand* of th« in« the Wc the Kai the Col evening. The Club b comjvmA of twelve member*, and the following ot...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1929

I THE CHATTER BOX Next Wednesday, February 27, when the Eagles lace the East Texas Lions in Commerce, it is hoped that the student body of the College will be re presented, according to Dr. W. VS Cook, dean of men. Students will be given no penalty excuse* from classes on that afternoon on condition that they sign up in the off ice of the dean of men. If a student does not sign he will receive a three per cent, penalty, Cook stated. The Commerce Teachers have ex- tended an invitation to the students here to attend the game and are mak- ing plans to entertain them before and after the game. All persons who will present ti.tir activity ticket and a rooting cap at the door of the Com- merce gymnasium will be admitted free to the game, Cook said. Bus arrangements are being arranged and the price of transportation may be learned by calling the office of the dean of men either Monday or Tues- day. The busses will leave Wednes- day afternoon. CHAT VOLUME XIII NOR I H II XAS STAT!-. TI ACHE...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1929

rtn TIU ( vMPl'S CH \1 I'uW.-h. ! North 1 * v« ■ - '• *" DrM'*. ( m) ■ ti«< Ka<~A .i - - • wwTTT.- Mau.r al «*' ' It«n(uR T x ". >><■«■. *■ H*l' ( «wpu, ( hai. <">«• ?«■ «■ *' si' \ F i Mireaifi M.'hiff'1 • in ' h" ' I i; Hsrr. n M-nixm* I**b*lit- Armi«Uad Quiiiby S<'f C"l*rr«Ke J s,"K l« Hf-snir W ilk.-r.on M r)«ri«- I. -mpHon I'drs Baporter** K.lph HflWt* VmrU KiMI. I.a*n<>ra <<<"'*• "'•,l Bonnie Withernam Itutfc (atiimm.' «. H Ii.II! ii ! H«Wh*r Frma Taliaferro# Hub) Aaglin. l'aul Griffiths* Sport* «*dttor Utertrr «Mt«r A *«i*tjint C lamai«t Columnist Mi Mitt K TIWH 1STI H< our- ,,l \T1 Plif -- \SSO< I.VI ION I'rintwi by Htud«Hto of th«- North Texas Htste 1 marker* C'«I1«K* J. D. MALI<. If. ln«tructor I.iwwtyp* "<< TjpoK"*P*" ( (,arl«- Hroww, Mai«SKW Bo* tM, T. C. Wtation WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY A* MC-rly U we look forward to th« celeb rat i B of Chrmtma*. ho do fnr.st of UK anticipate Goorge Wash ingWs birthday. Over all the Un...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1929

Collegiate Press Edited by Pat Hakjuson "Venerunt; viderunt; vicerunt." The North Texan Eagles boosted their T. I. A. A. standing at the expense of the Wildcat* Monday and Tuesday nights. They were able to do it not because they exhibited more fight but because they possessed more exper- ience. We extend our hand to the Eagles; they have a smooth working machine,—A. C. C. Optimist, Abilene. SOCIETY—CLUBS 1 Student Volunteers \ To Meet at Dallas Campus Chirps Makjoku L. SlMt*SON C. L. C. Entertains With Colonial Party Announcement that the Cowboy band will ride the Texas Hoover Good Will Special to Washington for the inauguration of Herbert Hoover was made by Gilbert B. Sandefer at the office of the band Wednesday. The announcement, however, is con- ditional. "The band will make the trip to Washington," Sandefer said, "if friends of Simmons, of the band and supporters of Hoover match the gen- erosity of the train officials and send in sufficent contributions."—Simmons Brand, Abilene....

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1929

t ' The Eagles' Eye Br Qui | Committee MAes j f oul Changes In 1929 (if id IJules Parker Company I ses Aeroplane lor \dvertising Personals ————————— Maurine Kenney visited her aunt in Dallas .Saturday and Sunday. H . t. 1. U( tnhei s ( hi Skat in (j Kink '■ ■ I M< a firmer student of :h« College was here Friday and Saturday. Blanche McGoirt visited Willi parent# in (SUM last vmk-aad. her Pauline Bellar wn In Pilot Point mt "■V." both nf th< «kh? k t h*> 11 ir i for ha A. Lit A. ft*K Hiii Hi •y to P. I. the { far! not{ Kj f I P< Ui attMlded « is u and the to ha vi ha topped a rham ulty would like to of employment U the ordinary, and life in Denton wot t he hoi duty t«. in the the iHSty season M mmmmmi last Ihaiv by the othaii ruie mmmittae altar a r«w-day umfemice at the ttaavww mntry Club, Abesecim, New Jersey, trording to pr«M report*, The changes follow: I. Fumbled ball* recovered by the Tex- opposing aide are dead at point of I bullybakw than nrnwry. This rule doe# no...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x