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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1930

1 1 a ■ ■ SSM ■ Wi I 1 CHATTER BOX VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1930 NUMBER 4 Joe Holloman, a sophomore in th« collate, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis, is reported to be improving rapidly. According to all report*, he ia expected to be able to attend classes at an early date The second Thursday night dance held at the Harriss Gymnasium proved to be a success with a large cftwd in attendance. Much interest is being shown in the affairs, according to Dr. Wilton Cook, under whose auspices the dances are held and who urges that even larger numbers of students turn out for the next one which will be held in two weeks at the place. FRED H. MINOR Miss Ethel Rader GIVES TALK ON Of S. M. U. Will AMENDMENTS Instruct in Voice Debate Coach APPEALS TO STUDENTS FOR HELP IN CAMPAIGN BRING WAGED IN TEXAS IN BEHALF OF CHANGES same A small fire, which started from a leakage in the gas fixtures under the flooring of the boys' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1930

l'tibiiak< <i H> Medeat* *t the North T m 8ta*« Teacher* t ollef e. I'Jealaa leiu ; am pa* 1 luk( Enters M Poat attire si ll«i John £ Klag i aiajw. CImii, *m* r**' Second < laaa Mail M«tur at •m. Tata*. Dm $. t*M SUM Books and Other Things Edited Hu Pear Htm Medders i Printed by < todeau of #t Strtt T* ™ i'f TtwWri < •liege U. Hall, laatmeter M KM 111 * TEXAS WrSftCOIXWlATK VHUBM AHtttK IATJO.N £■■ (! U Vant. It T• C. He Friendly At OB* of the 1*0 It *d pte; it / _ I I | j Mvml _ by Df. Caak that the new- w . heed aa a** oM aaieaa, " • Friendly". Just two word*. e>ot*po*i g a "H1 • •• little phrase. yet to many of the students who art her* tor their first tim« they aigwlfy th* keynete of a «mm Hit aaAifa It • hardly aaceaaary *• Mr that many of th« lower classmen either have a raitria* diapealikMi or at l*aat we a bit Umorou* about bain* iatimat* with the over- haariag lord* of the upperr l* a ., and it ahoald be a t/jpharrwrt *. junior'* or even a senior* princ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1930

* • • .% A • • SPECTATORS SHIVER AS GRID STARS Buffs in Vanguard ! ' allege Calendar CROWDS SQUIRM BIT PLAY SPEEDED LUG OVAL UNDEP GLARE OF KLEIGGS over the enemies' goal line with a; chase. The gun sounds—the game is over. With a concentrated movement the crowd rushes for the passage way, where the bravest and "stout fellas" manage to push their way to free- The shrill pipe of the refree's whist- le pierces the keen night air. The crowd roars. On the field, two anxi- ous football e!t>v ms rush at each other in unrestrained fury. The mag- nified rays of huge spotlights illum- inate the greenswarted field bright as day. Cheering crowds—a jauy band that blares forth invigorating music—surrying white-flannelled ol ficials- straining players—* jumb- led horoscopic picture of unslacked motion—the night football game is on. For the first few nimites thr crowd stands or sits in tanse excitment as the mutual foes on the field struggle, pushing and fighting foi every ad- vantage. Then wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1930

I I I 'Three Faces East" Will Be Feature In Auditorium Tonight "Thr«* Face* K* t' * thrilline *P7 melodrama. will bo shown t the Col- lege auditorium Saturday, October 26, •t 7:86 p. tn. Constance Bennett iUr xft,r fjv* month work, tha mw\ &« h war nurw who i« secretly m lrmc|, boing i.uih at Kagle Park is I ployed >• • spy in both the Bnli h na-r,ng completion. According to re and German Int.lllgette servirc* Erie p, ... ,hm wij| tl„ Wl, „f tha >.•*< von Stroheim enact a butiar also tracks in the state whim completed trading • double spy life and i Mid to bo th# widest in thi« Anthony Bunholl complete* th* tri- ^tion of the Mat* angle in this amaxing story in which Th old tr*ek ami curb ware torn mvfi awl wom«n fight a grim battle out >rwf th« wast side of the Ml und < the very gun of the enemy cttt fown 0rd«r that the track Then* thr** mystanoua people have mlirht b« made level. The wast aid# adventur** where discovery means wmH lowered approximate one ami death...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1930

I THE CHATTER BOX THECA _______ CHAT VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1950 NUMBER 5 added to the Harria* Gymnasium thii* HONOR STUDENTS. fall. When the building was complet; ed, several years ago, space was left; under the bleachers for additional dressing rooms to be added. The portion under the bleachers has bMB; taken over and arranged and equipped INTRODUCED IN. TUESDAY CHAPEL tfo that about 70 girls can be accommodated. This space has been assigned \> the girls of T. C. High School. Miss Beulah Harriss addressed the Wise County Teachers Institute at Decatur yeasterday, on "The Import- ance of Physical Education". MISS BHMUI SHOOK. PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. MAKES TALK ON MERITS OF SCHOLARSHIP AND ITS REWARDS Introductions of scholarship hold- ers, class officers, and publications editors featured the regular Tuesday morning assembly, which was held a | this week under the direction of Dr. All art majors who are above Fresh- }{ j M...

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

——— Books and Other Things Kilted flu Hear ho n Medders Gridiron Gossip By Hidaej R«*t« I'olilishtH By Ht <Uau •( th. Necih Trni Huu Teacher* ( ollef l># t<wi Tem r, all bn®k-l«ver* who #njk>y tales of adventures. the ton dope which Ump«d Liven of a Hon?*: l4M*r will com* a* • veritable gift tram ©f the leading jn view f the fact that two other Texan* and morally should have taken a few week* tune to wfeera it can club* have not dropped a magle en them into camp. stop the thrust* of a Southweilerm sounter. however, deadlocks are charg - conference elevn. No Van, it isnt «d again*'. their record, and should A rather amusing article coming inexperienced, hat one which came either of the two undefeated teams from the pen of Van Jones, ACC down intact from last year, minus go through their remaining schedule scribe, was pondered over and di- the center, and Van, that line last " unl'iemuhed, there is nc chance for gestod. something that we are ia- year was recognized as the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1930

Sid's Slams 8. M Stroup In 1500, the two major tribes of North Texas met in their first annual Thanksgiving skirmish. The Ionie* from now Fort Worth defeated the Tawakenas from now Dallas by a touchdown with three Tomahawks to go. A little swimming now and then will make a flapper a host of friends. All work and no play makes Jack an "A". Teachers who cannot sympathize seldom have to divide their classes. BARKERS CHASTISE PROPER PART OF ( allege Calendar Saturday, November I STEEPED IN ASAFETIDA, ARE SAVAGES Band in Auditorium , . • • « •• 7:30—Show in the Auditorium, John Barry more in "Moby Dick". Monday, November 3 .00—College Chorus in Auditorium 5:00—Amiga Sunday School Class in College Club House 5:00—Orchestra in Music Hall Rf>inn C nl 1 t>i*t f>fl Current Literature Club in the nemg i oiuciea aollejfC club HoUM 7:00—College Band in Music Hall The scheme to collect copies of all 7:00— Ides Club at Brown Home former publications of this college is 7:00—Mary Arden at L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1930

• fSlSlf si i iP?:' CLUBS AND SOCIETY Mary Arden Club To Meet In Lodge Here Monday Night Tb«- Mary Anted Club will m#*t jr. November 8. *t T o'clock in Pi Phi Pi'n Chottse Mr. and Mrs. Miller Ah Social Sponsors Mr. Md Mr* L. L Miller were choeen m IPMIW to si'! Or II P. Pronabarffer at t*e meeting of the W i Phi PI, boy* Metal etab, in tk« coikfl* 'club Hour# laat Prktay owning at (iathering Thursday 190 '*•«* They win take u e pi <«- —' by Mr. and Mr*- S. B. Yucca Editor i C. /,. C. Maken Plant For Coming Year at At a r||M meeting of tU old KM- re, Thursday aflemeen <>rt/.ber 30. the Marjr Ar.i<-n Lr>dge The follow-j the Current Literature CM true program will bo (i*w: Roll call; current event*, club ; leader, Vesta Burton, artxrmjmnitt. Louise Munti; parliamentary drill; "Tax** Club Woman and Thair Wort," Mlsa Shook; and popular melodies. the club Actinic Host***.* will be; Ch*lr man. Blanche Owens; Mamie Pry or, £1 Kl«4a Harmon, Mar*aret Hay# and Bather Ruth Ouren ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1930

I ■ * H « I THE CHATTER BOX VOLUME XV mmm-mm STATB TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8. j<H0 NUMBER 6 Dr. R. L. Marquis, president of the college. has received an invitation from President Herbert Hoover, to be a delegate to the White House Con ference on Child Health and Protection to be convened at Washington Novem- ber 18 to 22. Miss Nellie L. Griffiths, Ei.-ment ary Supervisor, and Mti>s Mable Wilkerson. Librarian, of the Demon stration School, were in Dal la* Thurs- ' day for the purpose of completing .CJfinJAMnniKot* plans for Good Book Week. They Ot lilUi >S ilUIilUCl visited the six leading book-rooms of the city and dealers are loaning large and valuable- editions for the display here on November 19 and 21. Eagles Take Measure Of Axmen 13-6 In Fast Hard Fought Fray Sat. Because of growth of interest in the book exhibit, plans are being made to display the books three day* instead of two, this year. Last year the crowds could not be accommodated, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1930

■ ' i ' -q fwblMkMi B> Students of Teachers College, Books and Other Things I Edited Bu Pearson Medders (iridiron Gossip By >0000+0+000** 0**4 At ia*t th* gr*at AnwniM oov*l luw m*4 k t« say. the great AmericiM* o**l tor tho ( aapu* < hat Eotered a* Pastaffic* K Tun, ttac. «, John E. (ting • h t :: Mail MitUf at Ike part of tfte groat AwefitM nation of coatfe-aMlf Itts* Wbway rid®!*, and naa*bali players. B*for* tko ink m < *> m *k* above ataMMMk, someone will call our attention 'to the fact that r*M ut tkraa above Tfl **• y«* lfV*«w hwmhm « tk* * T.. whim we imwm a wt readily in tfc Printed by 4. D. Hall of lk« Nwtl Toxao Suit CoUcg* taalractor MEMHEP IBXA8 HiiP'iliI Ml ATI ASSOCIATION. PBBHH ffb" which we iu*« most readily LVtrnttiim. there are som* ill tki* general raUgory ni Carted that Will be unable to appreciate Milt -film#' iates* pWp&Mtbm tnot a talkie), H<t Dm* Her \Wr<**9 • Whce tc said not a talkie we meant "ant a talk**". Quoting Mr. ttmm. tkara...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1930

raPEJii EAGLES IN LEAD Feathery Flock To Face Ancient ' • OF TIAA RACE FOR GRID TITLE GREEN AMD WHITE TEAM HAS WON TWO CONFERENCE TILTS; BEARCATS 8BQ0NI) IN PIG SKIN CHASE The green wave of the Denton Eagles swept another notch closer to what they hope will be a non-stop flight to a T. I. A. A. championship by trimming Stephen F. Austin eleven at Nacogdoches last Saturday 19-7, . The Eagles now art. credited with victories over A. C. C. and the Nacogdoches contingent, and as a result are leading the race for foot- ball honors of the conference. Sam Houston Teachers with one victory to its credit k in a mathematical tie for first place, but the Eagles are con- sidered to be the logical leaders. Conference teams last week enjoyed a fairly sucresful time. Daniel Baker, Rivals In Armistice Day Battle Securely perched on the top rung of I While Commerce has an almost new the T. I, A A. conference leader, the ; team, they have one of the heaviest battle- scarred Eagle football team will d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1930

JMW !ffi ■ ??8 "V' i * i t,j •; .= ! : Tigers Top Eaglets JO'O in Two Minute Offensive / hreat 'ighting r reuhman CLUBS AND SOCIETY ■ #. # #### «#. l/i#* Shook Talks I Stage Hand Honors Armistice Day With Big Show Tonight Scorefe*t Monday v.t ..«Ar .imiaii.-.CTs Nemnrum of Franea", > 4 t t.i Llttrii 1 ho«* r af )te««fttwt II, •« to pr«. I / Me fling of Mary ^ rloyd m«* u n<i Geezles Initiate Seven at Meeting In Hoy Scout Hut T Arden ('lab Monday t 7•. t ** w«Mum .... ^ rojfuUr military «h«m« will k* car t Jk <m rwi m •* ■lliiin#it to Mr. Graham Gertie MjMNMB Monday The*! pledge wmrt' Pearwin MiiMwi, (t a SiwSf . H ■IW, lf*> Wllatm. Ttoo Monday . v. fini-|ii Mobmrt BMpmrHi. Slime .d tlv. club* to T. <^, and Bawwl th, «w« whal* of an Sev«o pledgm er« init.atad al th l. *U« H'SUk _ ™111 •vrniac >' '.mm And Tfcair Wart" *• #<«•«■• w,"u * tM- M«iV AH.-M «'«MiMi," Tha Band will ffw «Mh Mm Mm* «ifc mmhm * . "«*•* * PiflwHl" " •** - - "fitiiifi iirf flfAii :ammpppn^ wrw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

THE CHATTER BOX ——— VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN I ON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 19 JO NUMBER 7 Courses offered in Extension work by the college Have been such an traction that it has been found nec- essary to add three more since the beginning of the term, according to J. E. Blair, head of the Extension Department of the College. These classes are comparatively small, vary- ing in size from ten to eighteen mem- bers. George Medders teaches Eng- lish 410 in Corsicana. This deals with the study of Chaucer and his works. Dr. J. L. Kingsbury teaches history 315 in Denton. This is the study of Texas and the Southwest. J. E. Blair teaches Education 443 in Den- ton which takes in extra-curricular activities. Eagles Win Armistice Day Battle W ith East Texas by 19 to 0 Score CLASS LEADERS THIRD VICTORY FOR LOCALS WON . IN LAST HALF Three club women connected with the college attended the annual ses- sion of the Texas Federation of Wo- men's Clubs at Houston this wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

liooks and Other Things Edited ttu I* varum Medderu .ytfv- ■■■■• ' ■ Puhlmiifd By Student* *1 Ike North Ttiu State Teacher« < •Beg*. Ileaton Thih Si (iridiron Gostiip Br Mm; K *« formation wmi I it worked to * clipping* Caapwt t hat Ratered aa Hrrund (laas Mill Mailer at the il DMIM, THM, fttt t, III* John K Kin* ( tiipui (hat. Mf y#ag. •i.&e Printed br HtudenU f thr North Texas (Met* Twlim P*^ J. D. Hall. Inatructor MKMHKK TEXA8 HmKOLLKUTl IBRSS JM CKIATJO> Kanrti L. Yaat, Trenpanning out af: N d habit, bat fpj| White looking through the other day. w« cam* across an item that Wit! to «f interest to all book-lover* This ft 4mt «* ' Baltimore Hun of Augiigt written t*y * professor of English Howirf the leading *a*totn an>yemti*a, "U Thsrs An American ■wwWf" ia the thought provoking title to thta vary interesting article, in the l /«t part of th* article the author deplores the fact that that* ha* mm baea written in America an epte 4a- pictmg the adventure of aome charact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

• I "-K • • # f SISCOMEN ARE Student Conference OUT IN FRONT "'"'KS^ OF T.I.A.A. RACE THREE WIN'S, NO LOSSES. GIVE EAGLES THOUSAND PERCENT IN CONFERENCE RATINGS; CATS ALONGSIDE By winning their third conference victory last Tuesday at Commerce, the Eagles Still retain their perfect re- cord in conference competition, and as a result are still in the lead of the T. I. A. A. race for pigskin honors. In winning the game with the Commerce club on Armistice Day, the locals net a perfect stage for the title-deciding clash with the Bear- cats of Sam Houston at Huntsville "next Monday. The Bearcats defeated the Jave- linas of Kingsville last Saturday by > 19 to 0 score, the same as in the Eagle Lion game. The Bearcats are idle this week, but are training hard f„r the tilt with the locals. McMurry Indians handed the Hill Billies of Daniel Baker a 15 to 7 drubbing, practically eliminating the Billies from the title race. San Marcos, led by Francis Sanders, defeated Sul Ross 13 to 0 on a mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

• , Pi : ——— rm Published By Student* oI U e North Texas State Teacher* CoUrgt. Drntun Tetas Cat ipiu ("h t K*ii>r«<l a* Seeoad Cliw Mail Mutter at lit I'owtoffirr at Oeatoa, Te*a«, Dec. H !••* John K. Kin* Csmpu* Chat, on* year Editor IflJ* Pristed by HludenU of the North Teaaa TMckri < •Ilea* J, I). Hail. Instructor MEMBKK TEXAS INTF,R< OIXEGMTE I'BKfcH ASSOCIATION Km melt L. Yeal, Bu in«.« Manager. Bo* T. C. Tr en panning ■H„ M. * .h.t. r*. ... "twnty-iw .nd . plug of or. upperclassmnn to a freehmsn In the act of cutting UtWM|, lht. homo." and Ma *reat crow of tog- as the corner of a private 'own. ..it #h« irrest middle-western plains in a Books and Other Things Edited Hy I'ear ho n Medders While looking through nome old new«p r «r clippings the other day. wo came aero** an item that we are sure wfll i# of interest to all book-kwera. Thi* newspaper stcry la from fee Baltimore Sun of August 28. ltt and wa* written by a professor of English at oM of the loading extern u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

==S\ THE CHATTER BOX THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1910 NUMBER 8 There is stall a number of student* have not had their physical ex-1 amination, according to Dr. L.O. Hay- es. Alt persons' who have not heen ex- amined are asked to come to the hos- pital immediately and make an ap- pointment, Hayes said. Next week will be the last chance to receive these examinations. All examinations must' be over by the Thanksgiving Holi-' days, for after that time none will be given, Hayes concluded. Eagle Eleven To Battle San Marcos Monday Night In Season Finale Honorable Fred Minor spoke to J. W. Pender's Government 232 class! at 8:00 o'clock Thursday morning on "The Work of the Texas Legislature and How Bills Become Laws." Ac- cording to Mr. Pender, this lecture enjoyed by the students and an CAPTAIN ECHOLS WILL FLAY LAST TIME FOR NTSTC effort will be made to bring other HABB FOUGHT GAME 18 speakers of note to the class. ! AN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

North Books and Other Things Edited Bu Hear Htm Medders Published By StedeoU rt Teather* (Mite, Gridiron Gossip By Ml i* something that HaWlllll Mug > W< lHOl ym| athe CM ^£'*1™ Articles Appear In "Hollands" On Educational Topic ipo* ( hat F.ntrred u PoatoHirr at (lass Mail Matter at the T«m. i*ec. i, l U OmWCOlXWilATB Vrvsot IMI..S I'RKHM On Making Grade* ,aad #ky The qtWMtion "1 wonder why book nilmm that" is probably a#ked at least ones a ywir j by «"rery wan, woman and rMld in the United 8t u «iu ABd a touehdown i* runt kn iw that we aafc it about five *< •* every month. Weil, | up us. Touchdown# in wxm at taut thi* eternal question hat beon answered. or jnatarwe# don't make so much differ- fulfilled, for u* at l«a t one«, This fulfillment eamo in but when a conferene* champion The Ei(Im at the prutoat face the problem of humbling the San Mar ! A **rim ot soven article* on "Ed- ,jeoa Bobcat*, which they should do «•**• in the South" are appearing in ' Shawdily, providad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

Star Track Performer Yell Leader IMAGINARY TRIP TO FAIRYLAND? NO, CROWDS CAUSE TOTS TO FIND NOOK REAL VISIT TO SMALL BOOK-LOVERS "An imaginary trip to fairyland?" Yes, that ta what it wu, only it real instead of imaginary. Then we muat call it "a real trip to Fairyland" -that trip to the assembly room in Uie Demonstration School or Education Building, during the annual observance of Good Book Wtok I in the vicinity of Teachers Collage, with the faculty and students of the entire Demonstration School as spon- sors. "CHIIJ" SIMPSON "Chili" Simpson, Captain of the Eagle cross-country team, ia one of the outstanding distance men in the southwest. He holds the state high , school record in the mile tun; he won JKSSfTLEffRTT the T. I. A. A. cross-country meet;! Jesse Legett of Denton, who and has been outstanding in meets recently elected head yell leader by over the entire state. Simpson hails the students of this college, was from Denton High School where he a very capable leader last y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1930

• , CLUBS AND SOCIETY MtMNMPiMi Pi Phi Pi Club HobM Meeting to Receive Four Sew Memberh AM* Sinclair, John E. King, Eliot Smith, and Noble Wright wot* tjr initiated into tho Pi Phi (N nation Thuraday night at hove* with Charlaa Brook* over th* iniution. The;, maily imitated at I f w wok* ago "Th- Bj*« of all member* *n«i bar u given by Ralph Adk!na^5 rk Blaekburn, and Rex Johiwtoa. NoWe Wright, a new member. «ave a five minute di*ru*Mon on what senior* do at C. I. A. A qnaftet eowpoaad of Charle* Brook*, MHton Martin, Walter Miller and Elliot Smith *an« Each mam ber of the club turned in a paragraph on why they joined the club and how they joined the dub. Page represent alien in the Yucca waa al*o di*eu**«d .■m m . f m Debating Society Meets Wednesday, Discusses Question Precediriir the Pine Art# number, the Debate Unrietjr held it* r^ttiar weekly meet Wednesday night. Row Comptori, coach, pointed out to member* of the *«ci*ty the x'-nerel step* that mu*t i>e followed in the deve...

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