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

I • I I 1 ■ i I i I THE CHATTER BOX THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1950 NUMBER 10 New Loud Speaker Units Make Screen. A ■■■«'— * <W fcMankip So f] \GI E CAGFRS • ciety will be h#ld next Tuesday even-VHUIjIIU ing at 7:30 o'clock at the Community \1 I \ L ID OT P \ MI? flub House, according to Mrs. K L.j Tf 1-1 MUoI UAlllli OF SEASON 49-8 Equipment Complete is the last meeting before Christmas, i •he said. A special Christmas pro- gram will be given. (iives Recital SI N SHINE CLKANUI FROM FT. Two Giant Racon Horns, complete HflRTM FALL VICTIMS TO with unit and exciters, have been Si'KEDV ATTACK OF MVBA* added to the equipment of the col- CLE'S PROTEGES lege picture show. These horns re- | place the dynamic speakers which With Howard Douglas and Cap- |,av* been used heretofore, and will tain "Lucky" Perryman leading the gjve louder, steadier and clearer tones attack. Coach Terrene# Myracle's ;han the dynamic speaker...

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

ftn roMi h«t By Mud^nU *f Uw North fe*aa State learhrra ( ollffr. I . ntoa TrlU Books and Other Things Edited By Pearson Medders Cage Gossip By Hidoe) Reese* i K. Campos Chi! JKntered mm *e<t.iul i Is*. Mail Matter at the I'oMinffice at l>enu n, T*m , !>«• S 191* John IL K in* Kditer Printed by t lm f the North Tejaa Htate Teafh'-rs Celiece i. 0. Hail, Instructor HKMliKK !r.\\> IMKIf « 1 I.KC.IATR I'ttWSS ASSOCIATION Haactl L. Yant. Husineaa Msnager, Ba* 2 #, T. C. 8U. Chrixtmas To thoae w Ilka a good myetory or ghost *tory mi a eold winter «i**it when the wind wfcUUaa through th* leaf)*** traaa, we recommend without a tremor "Tha Om- nibus of Crime,' by Dorothy Sajrar*. To our *r of thinking thia to tha moat complete anthology of mystery atone* that ho* ever baan published. ft ia divided into two seetona, stories of detection and mystery, and stories of mystery awl horror The «r*t section is divided into two subdivisions. The first is callad "Primltiv**," and ia made up...

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

✓ Will Lead Harriers t • * BARNEY POLSER Barney Polser was elected 1931 captain of the Eagle Cross-Country beami by six first ftiring runners Monday. Polser will succeed "Chili" Simpson who headed the green-clad harriers this year, Losing only two meets, and these by very narrow margins, the Eagle Cross Country Team has enjoyed a very successful season. The Sports- man coached harriers won two out of three meets from the strong South- western Conference teams, humbling T. C. U. and Baylor, and losing to S. M. U. by only one point in the Mus- tangs' own stamping grounds. Over- head favorites to win the T. I. A. A. cross country championship, the Eag- les were surprised by the A. C. C. entries, who won a group of places to take the trophy by the narrow mar- gin of one point. However, Captain Simpson of the home team carried off the first place easily, llis team mates aided him by coming in fourth, seventh, tenth, and twelfth respec- tively. The entries for the Eagles were chosen by a ...

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

CLUBS AND SOCIETY Honne Presidents Give Tea Honoring Faculty Sponsors i|<T.Tiftg lh. ;r fa< ihf sponsors, th*- Houw President* Club will Miter tain with a tea from 4 to * o'clock De- cember 11, st t,h Mary Ardtn Lodge, A3! faulty sponsor*. house president* end their alternate* are invited to attend The folbirirv* committee* will serve: daeoration. Archie Henry. Wil- li* Jim Rathff. Jeany Logan, Viola Reynold*. Mat tie Lee Pyron; social Louise Denton, Mildred Payne, Milk Harm, Jenle Mae M«or*. Jeaaie Thompeon. Am Evans, Vera Mc- Curdy. Martha Rices Entertainment Aietha Barber, Mary France* Parch- n.ar, Elsie Balk Anthony. *000*000 000+0 000000000000+00 /#######♦####♦*' Illustrated Talk Is Feature \t Meet inn Of Ideh Club Thurs. on T. C. HTUDKNTH SPEND TVANIKIVINO IN AUSTIN Many T. C. student* spent the holiday* in Austin where they attend- ed the Texas-A AM, game. Some remained for the week-end. T. C.j students there included ('lark Blark-j burn, Andrew Swenson, Ray Bonta,: Val...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1931

■-J ii f f I ! I I ■ m K 1 \ THE CHATTER BOX VOLUME XV Word received from the Denton Hospital Ute Fridmy showed the con- dition of J. N. Brown of the Latin Department of the college here who has been there for several days suf- fering with a nasal infection, has Improved slightly. Kappa Delta Pi held it* first meet- ing of the new term Thursday even- ing at 7:30 in the College Club House. A discussion of business matter* was presided over by Miss Addie Mae Curbo, president of the organisation ♦ Dr. W. F. Ledlow spoke at the Ponder Public School Monday afer- noon and at the Sanger school Thurs- day morning. He will address the Student* of the Justin school next Thursday- Senator Grady Woodruff of De- catur, Texas, spent the day in Denton where he waa the guest of the Teach- ers College and C. I. A., Wednesday. Senator Woodruff succeeds Eugene Miller who has represented this dis- trict for the past six year#. The Ar' Club will hold ita regular meeting Thursday evening in Room 208 of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1931

;'";r ■ ■ CaaeGoMip ml liooks and Other Things Edited Bu Pearson Medders ijrt for the I'oMi.hrd K> Students af tile North Ttiu HtaU 1 richer* College, Kenton Teias fM bukvUislI it* place of Before singing r h«- EpB numerable ( anpui I Hat Rlitere4 as MMM GhM Hp MllVlltti i*—toff if it D—t«w . Ihhl In, Ljfm Is by far lion for UM Kris Kriagle, are of mMUM. m- College Calendar Editorial Staff Edltor-in-Chi *f ■ Assoctato Editor ■ Asmiaat EJitsv Societies ..... Column mt,«: PhtmI Beeves. sod M 8 Reporting Staff Ralph Adfcins, Lais Wilkeraoa, Kred Higgins, Bli P Cot. Guy Mcnail, Faye Bunch, Robert Holland. Pauline Hay den, Bill f-ocbran. Lalla D'Speia, Dallas Marrow, Paul Ptenon, Harmon Kindrkki, Ro- bert Teel, MaM« Half, and Mary Legett. Printed bj of the Nartli T Teachers College J. D. Hall. MKMBRIt TEXAS INTBKCOLLKGl AT8 ASSOCIATION Kssmett L. Ysnt, Manager. Be* 239, T. C. Hta. The New Year Each aaw year either ...ark* another ace of progress, or reveal* mm of regression. What are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1931

• • % 4 M + m • Eagle Five Hands Pony Quintet 31-25 Lacing Here Monday Eagle Cage Captain Armed with she determination to revenge an early season defeat suffer- ed at the hand* of S. M. U. Mustangs, the Eagle eager* of Terrence Myracle hit their stride in perfect unison at Harria Gymnasium Monday night and handed Jim St. Clair's Ponies the short end of a 31 to 26 decision in one, of the most exciting and interesting basketball encounters played on the local court this season. Starting the game with a well plan- ned attack the Eagles jumped into the lead in the first few minutes of play and in the first five minutes of play led the Mustangs 8 to 1. During the first period the Denton Club hand- led the ball in perfect style and re- peatedly sank close in shots under the basket. In the last period the Mus- tangs, however, demonstrated a fight- ing brand of attack and by a more aautious brand of ball they held the Eagles somewhat in check and cut their lead to six points. Captain Perrym...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1931

CLUBS AND SOCIETY Pi Sub-College Now Of fern Course in Spelling To Pupils Girl Scout Troop Holds Meeting in Harriss Gymnasium Knot tying ww tlx- probkwi a* th# Biu« Bonn** Troop of Girl Jfewatu meoUn* Monday to the Hatr><< Gym ruuiuni ftl frve o'clock. Such knot* ** overhand, flgww-ef«| muw, folM mf. thmi hwto howliw, i.p, •ml *lMM!j>«h*nk WW tied A kike «u annoum-ed for Monday •t fW«. The «ml«rtainmen? «oir.rn.itw Ml wm*i U; Orelk McDonald, Flor mm Si4 laeiUa Cowan The committ« for rtfrMknwinte ia com- poMd of AIU Mai* H rtit , Willie Mae Smith, and MabU- Self. Wm Baatoh A. Harrtos, esptain-ia charge, rvpaated that aach acout that ah* wi*h* to fordam were takrn fori Tea Dance To lie divert by Mary Arden Club on Wednesday The Mary Arden* decided Monday r>fht at the l<odf« to *ive a tea daw« on Wednesday of each week between the hoar* of 3 ami 6. for girl*. A dance for boy* and girl* will I*- given Ijfr. and Mrs. S. A. Blackburn Noel* To Group of Friend* l>r and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1931

THE CHATTER BOX THECA HAT Final figures from the Business Manager's) office fix the total enroll- ment in the college for the year at 1579 students, 158 new ones having enrolled over the 1421 who registered for the fall term. Extension students number 358 and the sub-college regis- tration gained eight new student*, making a total enrollment of 1605 for the year. Mrs. J. R. Swenson, wife of J. R. Swt>nson of the Geography Depart- ment, was elected president of the City Federation Monday morning at the biennial election meeting, to serve two years. She succeeds Mrs. Fred Minor, who wilt bring her two-year term of office to a close at the end ofjthe club year. Mrs. Swenson has been active in Federation work for several years, having served on the lookout com- mittee for the last two years. VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1911 NUMBER 12 — i ■ ■ ■ - Texas Educators Will Hold Meeting Here To Improve Requirements T. C. EDUCATION Davis, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1931

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1931

♦ / * s # Veteran and New J Talent Striving For Eagle Berths Captain Ray "Lucky" Perry man, of Denton, la playing his third year for the Green and White. Ray i the perfect type for a leadfer. steady, never excited, and always fighting and giving his beet. He is one of most outstanding performer* fans have ever seen on local courts, and there ia no doubt that he will receive ail- conference rating aa he did last year. Curiae Cummings, another veteran, trained under John Bond Reid, is an artist at handling the ball. Curlee ia playing hia fourth year for the Eaglea and atill has hia eye trained for the basket. He may be counted on to s>nk many baskets for the Eagles of *81. Honey Herring, also of the Reid School, is playing his second year for the Eaglea. Honey ia fast, and ha* more than the average ability at "hittin' the basket." He will see much service this season. Jack Miller, of Krrrr., -a a "find" of Myracle's own. He wa. .scovered year before last in the intra mural games, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1931

illfcl CLUBS AND SOCIETY t*t"~ ********* Playwright Called Life of Will J amen Modernist by Actor | To He Discussed By To He Seen Here Marys' Monday Night **********J Parliamentary Law Theme of Pi Phi Pi Meeting Friday Diacussion of Parliamentary law wao the theme of the program Fri- day Night at the ragular meeting of th« Pi Phi PI, boy#' club at tht T. C. club house. Harvey Cox, Rex JftM •ton, and Dr. B. F. Pronabarg<-r mad«- talk a on the aubjact. Several pledges were introduced and aweh made an impromptu -(ii4 ■ An initiation committee of Johnny Ktnr. Alvi* Sinclair, Elliot Smith, and Noble Wright waa appoint *l to see to the inf ormal initiation of the nao-J ; phytaa, The Initiation la to baH about February I. wi - |1 Douglas Bird man of the social committee to for a club m§m of the pledgee.. la 1 will be in Bert Moore laft Thursday for Hous- ton to attend the Epinpocal conven- tion hekl in that city Friday. Satur- day and Sunday. He will be toaat- at the banquet Saturday ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1931

New Score Board • Being Tried Out . In Harriss Gym. An automatic score-board has been used during tht past week in the bas- ket ball Kun*.4 played in the Harris* gymnasium. It has been invented by John Davis, a graduate of the collage who is now teaching Manual Arts in the Waco High School. The score-board can be manipulated by the time keeper as it is equipped with strings; running from a box on the side lines to the board. These strings are made of linen and are con- nected with numbers. Under each team there are two complete sets of numbers up to ten. There are four strings to the numbers, and one string to the hand that designates the time ,\a play. The time is regulated by a motor similar to a phonograph motor, which will run for twenty minutes without stopping; however, this motor •van be stopped at any time during the game so that the hand will corre- spond with the actual time played. "This is the first score-board that I have worked on. A patent has been applied for. As soo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1931

The First Administration |;{\JJ U;7 ^VM''I V;'r;^:':;H;: mSKUm 11 . &H& -: * % Prohibition Essay Contest for College Students is Opened 'Sinners Holiday" To Be Celebrated In Picture Tonight Educators Meet- in "Sinners' Holiday," the Warner & v. ■{. FORTY YEARS OF EXISTENCE HAVE • •••« «* 125 STUDENTS HERE IN <!AY NINETIES CHANGED COLLEGE CHARACTERISTICS H «inn>n« k l UI printer,' " ™. cW M". 'I"* """"" a*M4 Mhool, with only six imoIm" hmI " and pupil* and known a* the The president'* home wm construct* Ti-xim Normal Collage, thin inntitu ed In 1900 on the *ite of the old Nor tion Hm been coiwtantly growing for mill Building which m (truck by farty-one yearn until it now ht * over lightning and burned in 1 07. The wixteen hundred atudenU during the Heience Building wan constructed in tmg MMtaion and over three thoumuid It* 10 at the coat of *35,000 00, The during the ramiwir term with a teach- equipment coat |5,000.00 and con- ing staff of more than 125 teacher*, si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 January 1931

• ■ I I * 91 THE CHATTER BOX m ' | THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY JANUARY 24. 1931 NUMBER 13 There w..re 119 student* who at- tended college last term who failed to complete the minimum of nine hoars of work, accord in* to Dr. W. J. McConnell, dean of the college Of this number, fifty-one did not seek admission this term, or were advised by the dean not to enter. Of the sixty-eight remaining, those whose grades were exceedingly low were placed on probation for six1 weeks; others with better records were placed on probation for the en- tire quarter. Yucca Beauties Announced The sixth grade of the Demonstra- tion School, taught by Miss Anna O.I Bradley, has been presented with pictures of the San Jacinto battle j ground, the Alamo, Mission San Jose. Mission Conception, and General Sam; Houston, according to Miss Velmaj Bracewell, registrar of the Demon- stration School. This grade is study- ing Texas History and these pictures are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 January 1931

PuMifthrit Hr Stu*rnU of th* North T* Teachers < «Ueg*. Dentwi I ♦ Case?u* < hat Holered u I'octoffic* at Ifeatoa, TnM. I'er. . Itlfi Edttor-ia>€*bi*f Assoc mi t< Editor AasMtant SklMM Bocl*tl|g§ - - ""t" Colaataista: Bearaoa Bmtm, Hoi II- 8-B Editorial Htaff ^^.Jg Mw ■Ml H « „ H*ien Hill Kay Bonis Gkn Johnson. Sidney Books and Other Things Edited Hy Pearson Meddcrs With the inowiwmMl of t# Literary Guild 'or February. mm laurels are added to th* MkMWP MMW of T**as ami th* Southwest. I. PaMfc Itobte'* "Co*.nado'a r-MUm." a collection «T taka of Spanish bortod t#*a*ur* in Teaa* and -Hher parts of th* l/nited State. that -nc* belonged to Spam, is th* fortunate volume wkkcted. Incidentally. this book which was pub- lished by the Southwest Fr**a in Dallas, is the firtt on* «rv*r chosen by tbm Literary Guild from a publiah*r out- Hide of New York «* Boston. Reporting Staff RalpS Adfcias, Lais Wilkerson, fred Doyle, Higtfn* Ell P Co*. Guy McNeil, Kay Bunch, Robert Holland Pu t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 January 1931

I f • • \ • 4 t 4 • * * Cage Gossip Of Sidney R<«rw Yucca Records Prove Eagle Cage Ability in Past \ears si'ent with college, has served "DAD"PENDER, RECALLING EARLY DAYS Ka >™ ^wmcat Basketeers 35-28 /A , Notice in the papers that the Hon. Ross Sterling has just taken the oath <•* office as grand mogul of the Lone Star State, all of which goes to re- mind us of our own political cam* paign, which, incidentally was the hottest in the history of the school. • j Although not ao successful so far | thus season in their conference race a glimpse of the K gle * basketball record several seasons ago reveals the fact that the Green and White eager* of "the good old days" have defeated some of the best teams in the lone star state. A review of the Yuccas of past r. ij Eagles Sleet Defeat 24-lfi at Hands of Huntsville Eive With Captain Ray l'erryman out of VARIOUS. CAPACITIES WITH SCHOOL I by Cur lee Cummings, acting captain, In addition to the athletics. Pen- handed the A. C. C. Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 January 1931

7'-;-?f',->':! " ; v;;'.\:'. v ;■:'' '' bbks • '1. — CLUBS AND SOCIETY *####*##*# First Tea Dance Social Fraternity Sponsored by Mary's , History Is Subject I hurtSt/f AttfTW*** At Pi PM fktlbwl «f • "fl# •****! Fraternity and Ms flMft by *• Man Atden dab WMI H,.tory" was the Hmw «# the I i held fr<-m 3 to S .Vetotk Th;r«d y I'hi Pi mating Friday M lit the mlienwon in the Arden Lrwlg( A num dub house. Dosigbws "l *a* |# #gkll ttUMW aad m |id in! chairman of the j r.*rain. The his darx-ing ' lory -t the $mtai fraternity a* di* JtoMk Mrvad the guest* by the cunsad by Wabi«* V. rirht TV dutie* host* «rb<> were; Annie Laurie and igutfRiei of fratem.ty mm was Peel. Khsabeth M. f 'irely. Merle May*, irivsm in * short talk by Douglass! Estalla Hsy«, Billir Slower*, Blanche §ird. Crumpler, awl Blanche Owtw . : The <luh had a ihort drill on —— i parliamentary law lcttt*iw * talb I W IKtultr Will by Walter Miller on the motion and r. . lU , it* second. A report «« hawd from Del...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1931

m K I « THE CHATTER BOX The Y. W. C. A. will meet Feburary 4, after missing two meeting dates. The lirat meeting was called off on account of the picture, "Around The Corner," and the next meeting on account of the ball game with Stephen F. Austin College. Members who are anxious to get back to meet- ing state that a good program has and everyone who is interested is been planned for the next meeting urged to be present. Kappa Delta Pi held a business meeting at 6 o'clock Friday afternoon in the girl's reception room in the Ad- ministration Building. M| s Addie Curbo, president, was in charge of the meeting. The Girl Scouts are studying single flag signaling, using the General Service Code. The General Service Code is the most generally applica- ble and the most widely used code. The girls practiced their signaling Monday evening in the athletic field back of the Harriss Gymnasium. They first spelled their own names by signaling and later signaled to a partner across the field, spel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1931

m i'uWMh..! Bj stiideau f ill# North f< lrxhrr> (eUsge, J>*nU>ft Teaaa viewed by the) at tka Tiiw r ti<n, i. l. vi. ^ 'HHiplHM'y, 6. teiil Ksgm rsr of History led by P. :l $ mm. Wmmm 10 Mia. 19 row. Mr* I. 0. rriddls, bnn of Pi—ktmam OirU. II. What procedures art umiiry teachers to succeed in (Mr first 1. What tlu> North Ttui State T< In doing, K. H Partington, Director, is V. student-teaching Education. Teacher.< Sew York. N. V. General lusiusslsa Tm«i #!; • win. facilities for and ma if Proftwer of Columbia University, IS min. «f stutlent -teaching. t ( h«« Entered u Ser«« d OiN Mail Matter at the f—afflsi at SMiHii f«—i Utah *• MVb ; 11 ■1::i:.~i n .r - ~ m ; jKliariai Staff Editor in Chief -M Aaaoeiat* JMM Aaaiatarit &>els<t|a~B Now* Columnist* Pearson Raav ri, and M. 8. Stroup. K«{ii>rlin| Staff Ralph Adkins, bate Wilherson, Prsd Doyle, Jewel, Hggins. Eli P Co*, Uuy McNeil, Pay# Bunch, Retort; HaHand. Pauline Hsyden. Bill r^ hraa, LuNe IPi a...

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