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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

liiii 1 r • i • THE CAMPUK I HAT, UENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEFTEMBEH 27. IJM4 ish Holds To Inside Track ( HEMISTY LAB As Most Popular Major of Grads AIDS SELECTED Since First Decrees in 1919 FOR SEMESTER Arthur Durante Mathematics? chemistry* English? music? Spanish? business admini t rut ion ? Ik >111 M'limimics ? or? "What in the deuce miii I going tt■ major in?" That is the ipiestion some hundred^ of students now on the Campus are asking themselves during their -< r iou.- moments, which, no doubt, come all too spareely. The answei i al wa>s evasive, and it is a fact that there are Mentors in the College who re not <|uite certain at to juM what subject will adorn their diploma n- their major. It's an idea, then, though not i pecially a brilliant one, to glance at the records of the Collide and find out just what (Jeorge and Mary did so little Bennie can do something dif ferent. Here they are: since 1019, the yeai the College begun granting degr through the .June gradua...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

? I I ■v re THK CAMPUS CHAT. UKNTON. TKXA8. THURSDAY, SKPTKMBKR 27. li *4 STUDENTS Buy Your college supplies At PENDERS Across from Manual Arts Building: Your Business Appreciated Candies, Sandwiches Cold Drinks, Cigars, Cigarettes Welcome Students Hart's Grocery & Market FANCY AM) STAPLE GROCERIES Fresh Meats FREE DELIVERY Student Accounts Solicited Phone 2K3 When You Buy It At Pe^' ^; • ••• _ '' M. | | ,1T ^ "V v .. >d\e r %A In Price In (Quality In Style J. C. Penney Co. The Home of Values Welcome Students Suits and Plain Dresses Cleaned and Pressed 25c We have only one grade of work—The Best C E JONES Phone 275 116 Fry WELCOME DENTON < Welcome Students Meet at the Corner Get Your Drinks, Cigarettes, Candy At Kagle Drug Ave. A at Hickory Phone 281 •foul'!- SV r l'nniipa) of H i Welcome Students Visit The Service Grocery For Y our Groceries And Fresh Meats Across from Manual Arts Bldg. • Nash and LaFayeti 1 )rive ()ne of These Fine Cai V Welcome T. c. Welcome T. c. Stude...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURJtDAY, HEI ... STUDENTS « REETS YOU *4 College Barber Shop WELCOMES YOU TO DENTON HAIRCUT 25c Northeast Corner of Campus Don't Be Fooled By Cheap Prices We Stand Back of Every Job We Turn Out 14 years of continuous service to the students and faculty with the only equipped plant at the Teachers College College Tailors Phone 24 Delivery Service * • ayette Motor Cars Fine Cars Before You Buy • %• Magnolia Product® Mobilgas and Mobiloil I ismm um Oil and Fire Co. Phone 16 tw\ Welcome N. T. S. T. C. Woodford's Beauty Shop 105 Ave. A Phone 1197 welcome students The Burr Store "The Friendly Store" South Side Square Denton Welcome To You All joe bass Grocery FRESM MEATS Corner Pry and Oak St. West Side Barber Shop lair Cuts 25c Across from We Appreciate Your Aak About Our mm act wi iiexi N.T.S.T.C. Shoe Shop Students you are wel- come to our shop. Beat Materials Used. Reason- able Prices Proprietors 112 Fry I • .H '." * * Bluebonnet Sandwich Shop and Gro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

Mft'lfiiliii iniiai ■ i FAUK BIG 81 LARGE AUDIENCE SEES CENTENNIAL PAGEANT AT T.C. JOHN SOS IHRECTS PREHKNTKI) IH RIM, (.ON. FKRUt'SONS (KMKN- NlAL WEEK"; JMHi STI - BRNTti I \RTICII \TE1> THK CAMPUS CHAT. MKNTOM, TKVXS. Till KSI AY, SEPTKMHKIt 27. 1WM Week" day designated FRESH FROSH FIND FOOLISH FRIENDS; FISH FIN FROLIC By I Unit Neville It many of tint' y«ar' *• r |* of fHwbawn wmev lonesome fur some one to talk to th< tirat few hours of their stay ir> Hen ton, they had for- gotten that feeling attci they attend od thi I- mil I tilt Frolic which the Woman's \thletic Association spon- sored for the incoming class last Thursday night. Perhaps this m|M>rter' concept was u little distorted due to the fact that there wen- many upper class- nu'ii bark who wen enjoying the frolic, l>ui >h< -till thinks that the froth wen also finding frienda the crowd which iismwIiIhI in l < • wnttdl int- lii Saturday Picture Firnt Stage Show IMWkU KI\IIFKY K nH J- ' • Of Year To...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

THIS cammj# < HAT, denton. texas, thcrsday. september 27. IM4 M ft I--.: ■ <<• <1 *• • I « • « t i ; • • }■ • i • f McClure, Virgil, Geography. 1i avi- Ward, ljuanah. Texa* Met'Ilire, 4Winn*-, Arithmetic, Cm mi iiitii, Texas McClure, Keua Ma'1, Supi'i \ imm of Music, I 'orsicatui, Tcxii McColluai. Min. Ituniud, I'ninth (Ituiic, Vallr\ Vi>■ w, T" \.i Mci'iimhs, Hilly, Hi-tor> iii Fifth milt Sixth Grades, itntM.ll, 11 xas Mcl'uhhin, hathryn, Third anil Second A Guide . Vllllc.v Vll-W, TcXIi Mi'i ulloi.gh Eunice, Principal <>> Ml I'iftgall S«• 111 •« 11, lopevilli, Texa Mil iHiki'ii, Mi Pear Smith. 11 i-m11 h, Kl Paso, Ti'jtti McDonald. Historj Salona, Texie McDonald. Finogerie, Fifth. Sixth, ami Kighth liriuii , SiiiiIm am Schoi Guntor, 1'ixn.s McDonald, Fumo, Fourth Grade I ilot i'liint, 11 :a Mi l 'onald, I in n g i ii i i'i iiliai > Grades. Hrigmau School, Ml. ' aim Texas Mellonough, Mr . Ruth, Third Grade. \ an Ai -lyin . 11 \n ,McFllinn\, Mary lii'll...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

PAUC TIN THE CAM PL'S ( HAT, DENTON, Tl V VS. Till RSDAV, SKPTEMRKK 27, H«t4 „ _ Fairy Nell, First and Gradaa, Petrolia Ward, Pan- Tcati L., Principal of Petrol m Flu- Elementary Fourth Grade Weat brook, 8. M., Ward, Panhandle. Tnu Turnet, Myrtie, Fimt Grade, VMUM, T«ui Turner, Robert Leon, Principal of Hirh School. Dunrami.le, Texa# Turner. Ve.ma Inea. Phv-nnl Kdu cation am Health in Fifth and Sixth Braao* Valley School. Route Grades and High Sch«>ol, Jaek«i-i io, burnt'. Texn- Tna Vhatley. Ala. Penmanship. ~U— d<-. Texas Umphreaa, Luc lie. Primary Work, Wheeler. Aha. t mvi anh\ Pleasant Grove School, Buckner H -"le- Read; ng. Roscoe, Texas vard, Dallas, T ex an W'heelur, Karl, Ma.\ Hi!! School Underwood. Mr*. F.gwoh (Ray), 806 Tt xas Street. Tcnt"B, Texas English in Sixth to Ninth Grade*, White. Mrs. Annie BeHe, Kourtl Lnlon Ridge School, Route I'-, .'.its lit it-:.. I- lanknton T. \a-. Welker, Mra. I.a Wile Firat, Sec Woodland, I ndeati, end, Third, and Fourth tirade*, fold...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

THE CAMI'US THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, SKI'TKMBKK *7. 1 84 as * I* •$ • • • * ♦ • * i • C. L. C. MEMBERS TO HAVE SEA TED TEA FOR PLEIMiES • The Current Literature Club will honor it* member* uinl their prosper 11vt- pledge* with a scute! leu Sun ■ lay afternoon, from fi.'td to i! in the College Club House The com- mittee for the tea are Mary Willi*, chairman; Mary Kli/atieth Ketterly, Kvelyn Lewis, I'auline Miller, ami Horenee Van Kestler. All < . I.. memltei who have not heen on the cani|iux for some tunc arc cordially invited to attend the tea All Motive nicnilici • urc urg'.<l to be present with their pledge*. accord ing to the president, Mary Willi The first regular meeting of the eluli will lie held Monday, tietolwr I, at 7 o'clock, ill the College Club House, at which time officers for the coming year will lie elected, Voertman's ...To Talk of Many Things... 0 crhMi'M I «*wi • w hmi i * thinking Immii th« fir-t ><i M tuMtl when he hw«l the W*lru- at> that bi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1934

w rHK l AMI'l'S ( HAT. OKNTON. TKXAS. TIII'KSItAY. KKI'TKMHKK 27. IM4 k K# SKxty FrtdMen Gndst^rs Charlie Cexfe IcpirtTefwchCktSprtsBUUi Outstanding as Far First Werkont of Season Wei As Busy Next Thursday WORKING HARD (Wh .lurk 81x40 worked his Teach- er * Collevc Raffle* with a lieu luirk fcombination thi week 111 pn- partition for their journcj to clash with th*- Texan Christian I'niver- nity Homed Frogf P. B. Stovall wa> moved from t In- line Ui a l>ack field position to work with Captain Charley Cox. Homer : 1'agram, and StovaH's brother. Johnny. The i-hang.- was made in of- nv*t successful seasons in r ivnt j tort t() r,.p|act. th« veteran hack. Ter rill Yarhrough. wh«> in the Mustang ifanw jerked an <>lii knci injury Playen of Every Type I'rexent Fro* Which t«> Make l'p St rone Team By Hill Chambers With over nixty men reporting lor firot workout. Coach Charles (Choi 1 Sportsman foils that his fre*hi>i« grid*ter* are due to have one of the Sisco Tries New...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1934

♦ I « 1 I p ► h t • )• • <• ♦ • u THE CAMPUS CHAT . fMNm; I VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1984. FRANCES PERKINS TO SPEAK AT T.C. FRIDAY, OCT. 12 labor executive AUTHOR OF SEVERAL HOOKS; RECEIVED !H. A. DECREE FROM COLUMBIA Frances Perkins, secretary of labor, will lecture in the College Auditorium Friday night, October 12, as th«- first Kmc Art* number, according to l<r. Sam McAlister, chairman of tK>- com mittce in charge. The lecturer, who has been active in social work for a number of yearn, in a graduate of Ml Hulyoke College and received the degree of master of art., from Columbia University. She was executive secretary of the New York Commission of Safety from I'.HL' to I1M7, was Iccturei in sociology' in Adelphia College in 1911, Miss I'erkin.s Was eXClltivc secretary of the Consumers' League, 191(1-12, and director of th«- New York Council of Organization for War Service in 1917-19, and has been a member of the Ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1934

PAGE TWO THE I'AMI'l'S ( MAT, MKNTON. TF\AS. THURSDAY. OCTOBFK t. I 84 I The Campus Chat 4 by Student* of the North Tnai Teacher* CoHa**. Menton. Tnu Chat Entered u Second Class Mail Matter at the Po« toff ice at Denton, Texas. December S. 1010 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Eenneth K. Smith Curtis Wilson I. T. Pearson Editor Business Manager Sponsor OOM <K'.X'<:'vOOOO<<>OO<'OO<>OOOOOOCKX>Ov0OOOaX> Nibblings The (5^>aHer (3 OX dMary Itfill.a they stand out and Im i'umi' one! fume all! K ve i' y h o dy i' (i in e! Oh. Wilt' l'MI'l*H who c (i in i' s any how"' There i- a big Kan in the villagc •if Menton thin w t- i' k, and every olio of <iny importance H\ I Utile Seville t n<>k-.f from thai horn. Wi Thoreau Pauline Crittenden OCKK^OOOOOOOOC< ooockh>ooooooooooch>OOOOOOO liood photographs, as you may have discover- ed, are a mild mania with us. ll you feel the i same Wil) about t he matter, get the September ||rap Aroun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1934

TMK < AMHUS THAT, DKNTON, TBXAH. THL'HSDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1984 ( • • ■> U i * " ¥ : • }• « «. • >• • • •a TROJANS HAVE FIRST OF YEAR'S SOCIAL EVENTS "I'uriKw f Club to ('rvNlr More Friendship* on the Campus" Shvh I'r^idvnl The Trojans started th«'ir entertain program Tur the yi'Hi Sunday afternoon, when they were hosts to altoul twenty hoys at u smoker at the ('ollege Club House. "In this entertainment, we aie demonstrating the purpose of the Huh; to promote a better feeling of fellowship and to create new friend hi|i- among the students of the Teacher. College cainpu-," said Bill Short, president, in speaking to the visitors. Those present participated in card Raines, and were then served re freshment.' by llelltert Parnell, John Vitz, and Zark <'ain, committee on at rantrements. Impromptu s|<*echr were made liy several inembei of the club and by Home of the visitors. Future entertainment- of tin club have I discussed, but at the present time none have been announce! Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1934

I [t I THE EAGLE'S EYE Hy Tern Nash The forecast of the game want off Aim* m U< score. but a* to the mannot of asking thf Murw and the com- parative strength of the two h«ui Bo «otp And we humbly apologia' for insulting that lint' that gave T. C. I), ao much trouble Saturday. 8oil) day I am going to tuke n couple of week* off ami figure the situation out. Against S. M. U., famous all over the U niton Static for it* paaaing attacks, n many are knock- ed down that they jret discouraged and smeared our line to lieat us. And then we make the Horned Frogs pas* to beat a fast, fighting and hard charging bunch of linesmen. Ami. by the time I have figured it out, w. '11 probably get together in our defenses, and won't In- scored on for a stretch. 80 why figure? The point is. we have got the stuff if we would use it. Johnny Stovall improved consider- ably, and made some mighty nice gains. And from eye witness ac- counts, he jumped only one foot at the quarter gun this time. And Charlie Tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUMN XIX r i r I L . • >< f NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1184 CRITIC PRAISES McBRYDfiTS WORK THKSIS OF INC. MrHKYIMv OK T. C. HIOl.tM.V DEPT. COMI'I.IMKNTKII THE AMENDMENT TO LIMIT TAXES IS GIVEN HERE Al tin- nexl Novemhei election the people o| Texas w ill volt' on a propo* •••I const it u( uuial auu'iiibnent pur- Announce Changes GEORGE MEDDERS ON,ii™'lw"L In T. C. Faculty OF T.C. FACULTY BURIED SUNDAY "Th* Witch" Tt yvw& rieru Several changes have lieen made in the N. T. S. T. C. teaching staff Stat«- imperii recently carried a porting to "reduce taxes," hut really f#f 'he '84-'85 session with the addi- only hifting the tax burden hack to ,,f some new instructors and the SHORT ILLNESS Only throe days remain in which sophomores may register for Yi pictures, according to word from the Yucca office yesterday, and a eon- story hy Dr. Kohert T. Hill greatly eommunitics. This umendment '"Mh "f some of the faculty w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1934

B f The Campus Chat I'tlK i AMIMS I'M AT, DFNTON. TF.X AS, TIU itSDAY. IH'TOHF.R II. 1834 OOvX><>v>WC> CKMC<O<X<<J0<O xxioooc'ooo by Student* of th« North T«u College, Denton, Texan Entered m Second Claaa Mitl Mattel at the Poatofftce at Denton, Texas, December «, 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTBKOOLLICiiiATE ASSOCIATION' Kenneth K. Smith Curtia Wilson I. T. Pearson Editor Bu«in«s« Mimatrcr Sponsor B1BLK QUOTATION: If ye abide in Me. and My words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you. John X \ . 7 GOLDEN THOUGHT: Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much; Wisdom is humble that he knows no more. - Cowper MEET ME THEKE! Meet me where? Why at the football ganu* with A. ('. I". Monday night. Every student, from the newest freshman to the most digni- . ti e d senior. ( w, ] should feel '■ yrf* "'ft | that it is liis duty and his pleasure to be there, back- ing the team one hundred per cent. Maybe some student will feel that his ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1934

THE CAMPUK CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11, IM4 i ' #• 4 I * l ,1 ♦ \ f 4 a i • • i« (iEEZLES ELECT A OK EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The (hviiIin held their third mmtinif ill' tin- year lust Monday night at the Gcexlc 11 mi-c. At 'In- lust regular mei'!it was dwiit«(l to complete tlir elections on thr Executive Com mittee. The two n-miuning meinbei Well* tllei ted. llley « iTi' H outer Glbbh .1 r mill C«.ty Bradford. Tlir coin mittee is now complete with Claudi 11 it I i*i >in t>. Terrell Yu thorough, Freddy I' t i'i i111111. 111>11it*i (i i lili - ami t 'nt y Hrudford a.*- the member who arc pre-ided over hy the president, Holt I'uwill At thi* first meeting of this committee, also held Monday night, tin* discussion coii isted of plans for ii -moker within thi' next two week*. Van Zandt County Campus Homes' dramatic club elects ratliff Club To Meet *s pkksidknt HOUSE LEADERS ^^aTv^aU ScheWe For Tag TO MEET TODAY mth/sykar Dance b Changed stag BAmvifm TONKSMT AT 1M New off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1934

TMK CAMPUS THAT. llKNTON, TKXAtf. THI'KKI AY, Oi TOBKK II, I&.H4 i 4 w THE EAGLE'S EYE Hy Tern N «h Tot th* tun in *hi-i nw itirinn' t 'm tie i^mim hum two ileftwU have The fcaglw have won tK«<ir firtd fot en their *cfoni|>liKhmctils. They gain* with e'lan and di*|>steh The tied John Taileton ut six an.i nix. ami proud h**d of the knights of Bar l ry w*rc at leant bowed and humid •nl by the HiKom n'i ultimmum of "Million* fur offense, hut not u wnt for tribute." iMistjuottn' the pm were defeated lit thirteen to nothing by I. M. t'. and Sul Boas teachers, res | we lively, tU'Veiige for the rest of thru tribulation* will fire them to '•ffVrr* at vtMnry but our own piv- <!iction is that Teachers f*ttflt'trc* will Th* line held like the Bock> Moun win l.y a nice, safe hcoic. lam rang* while the swift, sure feet of Johnny Stovall and the fMstoa Ilk*- lags of ( liarlie t'ox moved the I'hII mi rely down the field. Punt.- fly uijr from the talented toe of Sto> all 1'he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1934

•' *• I 9> r HWI-: >oi i< \ I ('( A l'l< TI'KK M AUK NOW! THE CAMPUS CHAT ■AVS VMM YUCCA MAM NOW! \<>I,UMN XIX nokth texas 8tate teachers college. denton. texas, thursday, october 1h. 1934 NU FERA APPROPRIATIONS AID 12 " OF STUDENTS IN NATION'S COLLEGES WORKERS GIVEN President Emeritus JOBS ON RECORD FINANCIAL NEED WORK VARIKS "mum. YUCCA COMPLETE LA ST tursda Y experiments in modern art design to he eeatl'red iimi WOMEN. lilt MEN NOW \ ITENDING TEACHERS (Ol l iX.i: Willi Ml) Ol EEDEKM. MONE^ I*'I'llC A .11>|>i • >pr lal inns aimed to lu- ■ i•■jiM* college enrollment this year have been appropriated to approxi- mately twelve percent of I he slu ili nts now registered I In oiighout t li«* i oiilit ry . in every ease applicat iolis t'i i [•-1■ availHltle weif 1'ouble the II11 lit I ><• I possible til till. Financial tleeii, scholastic rei-tlll ainl priority of applications were the factors considered in allotting posi \ ml Iteeausc of overflow re- • li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1934

TUB l AMPl'S ( HAT, DKNTON. TKXAS, TIU'KSDAV. (MTOHKK IK, |«NM 4 # I " I The Campus Chat CaMpw Chat 1 8atared as 8«wad Claw Mail Matter at Mm PwtafllM at Deatoa, Texas, Pi mart ir «, 1*16 TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE f EE8S ASSOCIATION Kenneth E. Smith Curtis Wilson J. T. Pearson Editor Business Manager Sponsor 0OOOOOOO0< 0OOOOOCM>0OO0000'X O-.->O<:>v000<'000 Nibbling* Pauline Crittenden e oooo4>oo<x ©<x><K*oooodesc*ooooooooo<M}ooooov Im THKKK'S ALWAYS ANOTIIKK YFAR. by Martini Ostenao, we have a novel quite con- ventional in plot and setting. yet very interesting In read. The story concerns th«* conflict between , traditional love of the laml and the yearning for a gayer, brighter city life. Uoddy Willaril ha> a passion for his land ami its products; his wife. U'orrine, finds his viewpoint totally impossible and in the end desert* him for one who can gh e her the gaieties for which she longs. Of course Koddy finds in Silver (Irenoblc, the niece of hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1934

7 { * f f THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TKXAK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1*. 1M4 beta's discuss initiation held social i'rouram for forty-six for this year by mary ardens mm* I hi' Hi la Al|ihu Kim IK'la, under iht leadership nl it* now preaident, Harvey L. Kurd, Jr., plans U, mii roily mx i«i«.well- taken into «iiti tin- candlelight initiation cere- Mary Ardciw Monday afternoon I lie Clubs and Societies for Individual Tastes to he found on T. C. Campus Playiag h tatra ival Te Begn S •©■ As CM* Mi For VoUeyhal Eatm b M By Arthur Durante Nestleil among the various nigs of th«- campus may be Jet huild- found iiouihi ithin til.' iii'Xt few days its moiiy. Kai'h pledgee presented her ik nil calendar lor tilth school year. | pl«*<lir«- with a lighted candle in token I ",ul '"t.-i iml officer* m| her <|ualificatioiis in every respect. "'*] "" the i lull have Im ii appealed ami1!., accepting the lighted candles each ^ ,nU>r,Mt,nK nu,,,b♦•, "f (hul each if planning the policies of J new nieinhe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1934

fl #11 PA<JK rout nil AMI'l'S ( HAT, HKNTliN, TK\ VS. THURSDAY. (M'TOHKK 18. 1WM COLLEGE CHOUJS BEGINS WORK ON THE "MESSIAH' OUTSTANDING AI't'KMXIMATEl.l 110 A HE MKMBKKK OF 1 HOKl S; I'LAN l'HO(.K\M FOR Ml SIC WKKk Calendar I hurniUv. t I. I"Im'I I * f> |i.ni. ^ \S. A., Club Hous. .'I "> i'.iii kaghln Open Ileus. '' 'I l«*K«" '"lull HoIIm- 7 id p.m. Let How Hi bit' ( 'luti, ( lu I« House Kridav. Ocloht-i !!• 7 MM' p.m. I'lc Clufv, Manual Ait Building 7:«h p.m. Krcuhiitan Bridge Ham., s imi p.m. Kappa Alpha Lumlxla. mmi Of the two outstanding works lu West Oak ie prcsciiteii during 1 W4 -36, by the I'ollegc Chorus, according to V >s Lillian I 'mi ill I. director, Hit lust will Ik* the "Miwimli," which tb to he presented at .'i o'clock Sunday at let noon, December 16. "Approximately l ie voices compose hu year's chorus, with a better bal Ut)e in all parts in the chorus than ever before. It is composed prin- cipally of musical students, with a Saturday. IMeher liti vim p.m...

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