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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1934

I ! $ * ■ ■ u THK CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TKXAS, THURSDAY. Of'TOHKK IK, IWM Howe Leaders Rules For Dances * * ■ ■ • • Elect Oficers Are Announced by OF EVOLUTION OF CLOCK CLASSES Kvery student in college df|tends nil at least one clock or Wutch each «lny, for after ull, one run just drop into a class at any time of tin day. hnl you i-Vcr Wolldt"' ubout the evolu lion of wulclie: anil clocks? A few minutes spent in ilic north wing of ilic historical collection will .-show rather completely the evolution of timekeeping for the lust 175 yeurs, for the oiliest clock ill the collection is just that old. At thut tune, clock makers travelled from home to home milking clock*. The customer fur mslied the inutei lals ami gave tin elockiuaker his room und lioard tin til he hud finished the clock. The work, wen hand curved out o| wood. When it rallied, the wood welled ami tin clock slopned. Itecau.se wcalhei condition ilnl not a I fed brass, that metal t<Hik the plan o| wood in clock Winks. All...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1934

* i I II; f THH CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TK.VAS. Till KSDAY. Ot PoRKR Is, t«MM sbcomnwm again: eaglets will wedcats vanquished i «rnJTOi it six-noihing score A. C. CLOSES CLOSE CONltST TODENTONfTES SCORE INFOURTK JOHNNY 8TOVAIX SCORES ON SOIA) J At'NT I'ROM FORTY TWO Y ARD STRIPE By Tort* N'a.«h The Fugle* of N. T S. T (', tipped their talons with wildcat fur as they repfelsed th - Itattling Wildcats of A C. C. in a hard-fought. hut poorly played game at the home stadium Monday night. Fumble* marred the play of Inith sides, A. I*. C failing to handle the bull rurrocliy seven times ami the Kagles losing their mip 'en times, tin th«' Kagle side th«- most consistent fumhlcrs were also the most mn«i*t««t ground-gamer* Johnny Stovall. who tallied the lone marker, headed the list with four fumble*, and Cox and Tallent trailed closely behind with two "tch. M;>st of the fumbles ware recovered with losses hy other player* on the erring team Neither side was able te connect with a dangerous pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1934

UK AT STEPHEN F. UHTIN THE CAMPUS CHAT Auafoi Vul.l'MN XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHKJiS COLLKOE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1984 NUMBBA • !)K. PAYNE, COMPILER OF TEXAS FOLK LORE, IS SPEAKER FOR ASSEMBLY TO 1)1 SWISS PHASES OF ST A TE SONUS IS M'THOR OK SEVERAL VOI.I'MKK \N|> SURVEYS OK SOUTHERN AND AMERM AN MTERATt'RE AND VERSE FOR MOTH EARIA \ND I ATI: PERIODS Dr. I. W. Puynr, Jr., prtift's- Di of Ivnylish a1 t In- I 'nivcr-it y iti" |Y\as, will speak during tin 'iiil l\ hour Wednesday, <ict- dIm'I* U. oil "Snnir I'hascs of '|V\as Folk Sotitf." W in-it interviewed today, III I- M Maritall, who is chairniun of the As embly ' 'omniittee. lated that l>r. Payne ha- an established reputation ;i a platform speaker, ami sunt, "li a distinct honor that In- comics to u I his year. His subject should liiul ready response in the hearts of all Tcvans. ''lie of Texas' most im- i'.iUuii contribution* to civilisation i Iter laxly of folk song, more tlis- iinctive in character, m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1934

FAQS TWO TIIK I AMI'l'S CHAT, HKNTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBKH 26. 1HH4 OVXX%OOOC'<:>C.«>OO<>OOOOOOO<KXV'VOOOOOOO<>O0<X">O I The Campus Chat of Um North Tmum Collate, Don ton, T< Chat Entered u Second Clou Moil Mattel oi Um PoatolTice ot Hen ton, Tdioi, 1 lecemlwr 8, 1916 MKMBKK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION KIHTOBIU STAFF Editor-in-Chief Ahk.k'ihU' Editor Associate Editor Society Kditor Copy Kditor UuMhm Manager Sponsor Sp« wiaor Kenneth K. Smith Ah'iu Irby Robert Mr('louil Margin ette OorriM'it batherun Sloan Curtis Wilson J. T. Pearson \S . A. Karinier XSSISI \STS James I>«•« Baldwin. Jr., Bill Chambers, Margaret Crawford, Lola Ho 11«• Curbo, Juanita Kckert, Kutli «-riii* Hamilton, Marguerite Herren, Evelyn Martens. Walter Mernman, Violet Roark, Munroe Rucker, Mary Jo Slaughter, Williams Smith. Kenneth Thur wild, Mary Elisabeth Windle. Nibblings The @Ut er q5ox cTWurv Ol7.ll, & Vary *: THEY STAND OUT GOLDKN THOUGHT: "Make it your ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1934

* TUIS CAMPUS < IIAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1M4 ART (1,1 IH KI.KtlS THIKTKKN MKMIIKKS the Kappa Alpha l«ambda frater- nity met a( the home of Mux Cora Stafford Friday night, October 19, ami hail the formal initiation of the !ie members. Rudolph h'uclix ami Ronnie Williams « f the art depart- ment gave illustrated talk* mi art in Mexico. The cIuI> wan adjourned until November I. The follow ing new memlierx were elected in the club: La Hue I.nylon, Francis l.oftm, l.uellu Stone, Anne Bookman, I'auline Buford, Mary Lotus, Klleen Motley, Hob Buxsard, Oaaie Halcoinb, Violet Roark, Grace Hillie Hardy, Varine Hodge, Mary N. Sweet CHURCH NEWS No church service* will U< held at the First Mi'tbodift Church morning or evening because of the Annual Conference at Ditllu.'. that day, ac- cording U> Mint- I-eta Wood, church secretary. Reverend E. K, White will preach at the Highland park Meth- odist < hurch the 11 .(Ml o'clock hour. Sunday school at the Methodist Chur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1934

THK I'AUIM'S CHAT DKMTON. TEXAS THUfiStlAV. (KTOHEK lift. IMM ANNOUNCEMENT Picture Show Committee of the North Texas State Teachers College Announces The Purchase of All Feature Pictures of The Universal Pictures Corporation far the Season 1934-35 Firsl Run In Denton Beginning November 10 Diana Wynyard. always popular with Teachers College audience* u ill he seen in John Galworthy's splendid story, "One More Riv- er," during '.he coming sea#<>n. "One More River" i* one of the year's liest sellers Others in the cast are Colin Clive, Frank Lawton, Jane W^ratt, and Reginald Denny. The monster of "Frank enstein" a«rain make* h i s a |i p e a r a 11 c e in "Bride of Franken stein." h show now in the inakinsr at the Uni- versal Studios. You saw Karloff in his first great picture. Don't miss him ill his latest release. Two murders In an •in- dent and dismal Fren h chateau while a notorious criminal attempts to steal a rare old book worth thousands of dollars fur- nish some of the thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1934

THIS CAMPUS ('HAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOMB M. 1M4 tr<anniversary Teacher to Speak PIPITS HOLD TROJANS WILL COMftOTTEE A9tS DeaiatfW celebra tion At A. A. U. W. Meet OPEN HOUSE SPONSOR FIRST FOR CO-OflKATWN WMCmfonm cum Plans for a celebration in honor f the anniversary of the Trojans it wdr Ml the last meeting of the Club Monday itikli 1 hi the home of one of (he members, llelliert I'aniell. Although the t> I « of gathering w;is llot decided. it wax (thinned Uiut tin- fluh nieinliei'H have a picnic at Lake I 'alias. hurt In i plans for t h. club's first -oeial function were discussal anil i'omniittees were appointed to con- sider those plan. It wax decided that the cluh woulil sponsor an all college i la nee as soon as a time for the af fan could lie i.rranged with the Dunn < 'ommittee. Several pledges have lieen voted into the duh, and a formal announce ment of these pledges will lie made in the near future, according to Hill Short, president EXPENSIVE JMTMT It cos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1934

THK « AM PCS ( HAT. DFS'ToN. TFXAS. THURSDAY, (M'TOHKK L'6, t H4 EAGLES' CONFERENCE BATTLES BEGIN WTTH LUMBERJACKS FRIDAY The Denton Eagle* l*>gin their conference buttle* on home irround next Friday night at Eagle Park when the Lumberjacks of Nacogdoches invade the soil of Eagle Park. The coming en- counter will be the most important played by the Siseomeii so far for several reason*, beaide* the fact that it in the ft rat with any bearing on conference standing. It will lie the first encounter ot thi> _______________ Fagle* with a twin made desperate , , . veterans from baptisms of purest fire, by many (W«f and only m-ontly Tht,„ Hne j(l f„M |„,t.omin>r known renovated in spirit by their first im- the strongest in the conference, after pnrtant win of the ami-uW It aill a had start, and their hall carriers arc lie the last home game foi aeveial wuch better than th«- average. The KHino Friday should be a grant tent COMMERCE WINS I Freshmen Eaglets OVER BEARKATS To Attack Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1934

[t V • h \ f* • \ PLAN NOW FOR SPKCI VI, TO COMMKMCK NOV. tt THE CAMPUS CHAT NOV. • —- VOLUMN XIX NORTH TKXA8 STATK TEACHKR8 OOLLKOK DKNTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1934 NUMBER • NATIVE OF TURKEY TO SPEAK ON NATIVE LAND DURING NEXT ASSEMBLY TEACHERS COLLEGE BAND IS DAUGHTER OF EX-SECRFTARY OK THE SULTAN MISS SELMA Eh REM N < l N<i I.ADV WII.L TAKE "VOLN<; TURKEY LOOKS WKSTW \IM>' \S SI ItJKt'T OK TALK Hy Juanita Krki'rt "It seems every one comes t«• America with ;i definite aim. most to study or make money. But this young Turk has not come to imbibe Ameriean rul ture nor to sell peanuts ami pop corn and thereby return heme a millionaire. This traveler from the land of incense and beauty lias journeyed these hazardous miles of storm to he able to wear a hat in peace," states Miss Sel- ma Ekrem in the story of her life in the magazine ASIA Mis Kkrem will speak during tlic assembly hour. Wednesday. No- vember 7. Mi*1- Kkrem, according U> Dr. I' M Darnall. chairman o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1934

THE CAMPl'S « HAT, HKNTON, TKX AS. THl'KHHAV, NoVKMBKK 1, 1084 The (Campus Chat d by Student* of the North Tuu Teachers Collar*. Denton, Taxa* Chat Entered u Second i'Im Mail Matter •t Um Poetoffice at Denton. Texas. December 8, 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION KDITOHI XL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Aaaociate Editor Associate Kditor Society Editor Copy Kditor Business Manager Spoil so i Spoiumr Kenneth E. Smith Alvin Irby RolnTt McCloud Margarette Garrison Katherir.e Sloan Cu-tis W ilson J. T. IVarson W. A. Larimer \SS1ST ANTS James D m Baldwin, Jr., Hill Chamber*, Margaret Crawford. l>>la Belle Curbo, .luanita Eckcrt. Rath- crin. Hamilton, Marguerite Herren. Evelyn Marten* Walter Merriman, Violet Roark, Munroe Rucker, Mary Jo Slaughter. William1' Smith, Kenneth Thur- mond, Mary Elisabeth Windle. THEY STAND OUT By Dude Neville How many of you wen at the all-college brow Saturday night It you were, I know you saw all, heard all. ami did all that we did. (Well, mayb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1934

w? THE CAMPUS ('HAT, DKNTON, TKXAH, THUHKIMY, NOVKMBKR 1, 1M4 * * • * • '• • • NOTED LECTURER LUNCH HON (iUEST OF DEAN CLARK l r. Margaret Hr> mi, noted lecturer and u mcmlter of the faculty <>f the University of ('olorado, wan honor guest at it faculty luncheon at which I 'can Fdith I/. Clark wa- hostess Muinla> at noun in the limn, economic- ■ lining room. Tin* home econonucs <l<■ p. i t men t and tin' serving dans a -ii tcil Willi I In lunchi'on. (iuc th were I lean anil Mr H. It Harm-, Mr: \\ J. McComicll, Mikh Jessie Humphreys anil Mi Muttie Lloyd Woolen of C. I A , Mi i" Hi'ulah llarri-K, !>onnic ('oil oral, Kililli Kuheck, l>r Anna I'owell, anil I >i. Kay ('(Hike Stoker. Kiirhteen From Denton Attend Student I'nion Approximately 11 .f « M si u <i ■■ n I s, eight. 11 ol vhom were from I teuton, attemlc'il the Third (.Quadrennial meeting of the Baptist Student's t'liiiui at the convention <>f that group held last week at Memphis, Tennessee. Th...

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

i I THK CAMPUS THAT. DKNTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY, NOVKMBKK I. 1MM EAGLES TAKE conference KATTLE hon lumberjacks in night fray here friday nacogdoches air attack STOPPED TWO TOUCHDOWNS MADE HY STOY All. AM) COX IH KINC. FIRST HALF AM) KICKS FROM IM.ACKMKM ll\ COX AND WILSON ACCOI 'N'T KOK 11-0 VKTOH\ OF DKNTON ' ^VJtomfIt eaglets leave texas harriers for encounter By Tarn Nash The driving riwhui* and .superior atmiifth of the Ih-nUm won them their initial conference contest « \«*r 'he ilc.-| er- ately pfenning Lumbermen from Nacogdoches here last !• i uiay nif lit. Touchdowns by Stovall nn<i ('ox in their o*vn 2o. Yarhrough mad* !j ul the first half ami kicks- from pi—fl- the luif, and Cox made il h firnl on ment by Cm ami Wilson uccounted the NTSTt 1*5. Htosall aiui Wi for the fourteen points collected by hrougli made four yards in two trie*, he Kagles. Cox was the must con Dt>nton was penalised fifU't'ii yard* intent ground -gainer foi the Sisco for holding, Stovall lost throe, S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1934

PLAN NOW SPECIAL TO COMMKKiB NOV. f THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUMN XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1984 a * t • • <• • *• • r« • • > * • • armistice program wh1 be presented by t. c. u. students STUDENT COUNCIL IUdei InfclflLlfr urni or PL\llMI<T} MEETING SUNDAY! SPECIAL Ml'SIC ttKLATIONS ( M B PLANS TO (ilVK PROGRAM AS PART OF WORI.DWIOK MOVE The two units of the International Relations Clul> of Texas Christian I'nivcrsity will give a special Ariins lice I lay program at 4:0(l> p. m., Sun- day, November II. in the Auditorium ol the North Texas- State Teachers ( 'ollege. The program is sponsored by the Student Christian Association of Teacher College, and the Student Christian Association of Texas State < ollege for Women will also lie guests id' the organization. Both colleges and towns| pie aiv invited to at- tend. Gene Cox, Richard I'oll and Gail Walley of TC.ll. will speak on phases of world peace, on the subject, "Muni- tio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1934

PADS TWO The Campus Chat PvblialMd by Studanu of the North Ton Teacher* College, Denton. T u it Entered u Second Claa* Mail Matter at the Po* toff tee at Denton, Texan, December 8, MKMBFR TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Kenneth E. Smith Associate Editor Alvin Irby Associate Editor Robert MoCloud Society Editor Margarette Garrison Copy Kditor katherine Sloan Business Miimifi r Sponsor Sponsor Curtis Wilson J. T. Pearson W A. Larimer ASSISTANTS James Dee Baldwin, Jr., Bill Chamber#, Margaret Crawford, L«ila Belle Curbo, Juanita Kckert, Kath- erine Hamilton, Marguerite Herren. Evelyn Marten* Waller Merriman. \ i-det Roark, Munroe Rucker. J j Mary Jo Slaughter. Williams Smith. Kenneth Thui mood, Mary Elizabeth Windle. FRATERNITIES GOING ? Although the t'niwrsity tit California at I ,u> Angeles paper reports a large gain in fraternity membership for this .semester with 27. mem hers being enrolled in the various social fraternities, reports from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1934

''1 ;:,"™i I T.fflF'SL i if:- THE CAMPUS ( HAT, DBNTON. TKXA8, THURSDAY. NOVE 8, 19B4 9 | ♦ I 4 ♦ • p 1 • • . • I • ¥ • *• • • «• Dinner-Dunce To Current Literature He Sponsored By Club Hear* MUm Beta's Saturday Shook Heta \!|.!m Khu Hi-Ui will s|huikoi- the firs) social funetmn of its eal endai I his Saturday evening m the form nf a dinner da nee to In- held in the Immpiet rtiom of <h(i American IV, aftei which a program dance will lie held in tlii Mary Anli'li l/idfO' I>i ami Mi S. H. McAlistei, spotixors, and Mi and Mrs. IS. I). Miller will be truest*. I'ledire* "I the oi'kraiii/ut inn for tin- omestei arc Ia'c Weldon Nor man, 11>111 Moure t'ox. Joe Hrooks. \ II riiuchslonc, Krod Hush, Joe ' ox, .1. \S tloiii'.' Herman I IIIncaII. They will lie uucsis at the dinner sm1 iii illls cvi'iiimu At thi ri-|tulai Monday nijtht meet iiiK held I In- week it mi ■ l«>i-nl«<«l by iho meiuhei ship that a social func linn would lie held i'vcry two weeks. Arrangement Im tln-i affa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1934

EA GLES MEET COMMERCE FRIDA Y NIGHT I EAGLES WILL TAKE ON COMMERCE UONS FOR SEASONAL TILT FRIDAY RIVALS TOFACE L'U'I IT m AISiTlX LONdHOKNS WIN EAuLll OVKK KWLKS SUM DOOMED AT AUSTIN M VET LIONS TO MEET JUSTIN FRIDAY THE EAGLE'S EYE Hy Tt'io Nash ONI.\ HOPES EOR RATING " **•" "f • " 1 ,,,N''^,,v T.C. HUJH ELEVEN SHOWING si-oit I smansiiip !£«v ulr " is ttudd* x..!!' UK IN THREE of Tena* harrier* led I.1H teammates IMPROVEMENT IN Almost cv, ayoh, ■ I.H c.-ia." del, ' „ 4 ,|„.|l ia the atur! . r WAV TIK to v.«U ry over the Kagle cross-count SCHIMMAliK nit. ideal* of i-ort-iium I'M'1 HUM! Saturday morning on the Wondei h>w many agree with Championship hopes of the l>en- I'exas course. His turn' of 1 •r minutes The T. Hi|li School Lions go to M,( f,„^h |>\ tin Sum l|ou>lonites !a-i They iui ,on were drowned in a se "nil .'<2 seconds t • th«- three mile Justin Friday afternoon to meet the ,uluy night. li onet de.l only the smallest chance for of mu<i Uf.( Ki nUy night a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1934

4* le '* } • ♦ I LAHT CIIANCK FOR Yl'CCA PICTI RKH TOItAV THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLIJMN XIX NORTH TEXA8 STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXA8, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1084 BOARD MEMBERS WILL ATTtND MEETING FOR OPENING OF HALL BIDS MARQUIS HALL T. l\ STUDENTS TO ATTEND WOMEN'S CUIUS MEETING Willi*. Lewis. Farewell. And LiMtney I,cave lor State Federal inn Mwl Mary Willie, Fvelyn Lewis, Hetty l.acewell, and Kathleen Looney left yesterday t«i attend u meeting of junior clubs in connection with the slate meeting of the Texas Federation of WomenV • luhs whu'h in being held in Austin today and tomorrow. Mix* Willi'.' and Miss l.cwi- are I..present inir the Current Literature Cluli and Mi l.urcwell and Mi- J. L HILL AND SALLIE BERETTA ARE ON CAMPUS ONLY TWO PRESENT GROCP INCREASED PROM FIVE TO NINE. ANI) POW- ERS INCREASED SINCE FORMATION Mr.-. Sail it* Ward Bi-rotta of Austin ami Mr. John K. Hill of Anuirillo mi-mlters of the Board of Regents ! f the State Teacher-1 . , Colleges. are visitors on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1934

r !>■ THK OAMI'UB i HAT. DENTON, TKXAS, THI KSDAY, NOVF.MHKK 15. 11*84 The Campus Chat 1 hp SUmImiU of Mm North Tun Collage, 1 ton ton, Tuu Glut Entered a* Second t'laa* Mail Mattel at Um Poetoffice at Don ton. Texas. December H, It* 16 MKMHKK TKXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PKESS ASSOCIATION KIHTOKIAI. ST A EE Kdltor-in-Chief Aaaociate Editor AmucuU' Editor Sueiety Editor t'opy Editor Hu iiio*n Manager Spun*«i Sponaoi Kenneth E. Smith Alvm lrby Robert Met loud Garriaon hat her Sloan Curtb N* tlaon J. T. Pearson W «A. Larimer \SSIST ANTS Jamo* Dee Mahlwin, Jr . loll Chambers, Margaret Cmwford, l«.ia Belle Curb.., .'uanita Eckert, Kath- orin« Hamilton, Marnrucriie Herren, Evelyn Marten* Walter Merriman, Violet Roark. Monroe Ruckcr. Mary Jo Hlaitfhter. William* Smith. Kenneth Thar* mono, Mary KUftabeth Windle. THEY STAND OUT Hy Undo Neville We may be the mndeat < ld mole* on the t'ani- pUM, but if tha' in the o<il> wa) to gel aomething. you own place .vour liet on our getting it tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1934

4 i* * * • . I NEW CHORUS TO BE GIVEN SOON ihmcviid to T. t. IiKOI I' in (IIKAt.O COIMIMISKK \ <'h<>mi . "I MuM <•«> llark in tin South." dedicated i<> the Twlii'i ('iilli'Ki' Chorus, ami writU'li by V\. I Mln Mil--mi. In ail til llir 1'uliln School Mu-jc Department Hi Ilic • hi cugo Mu .ii' < ollege, wa received by Mis* Lillian I'ai i ill, iliriTliir ol the ChorUS, this Wl'uk. M icssnc i, author nl liulli tin words ami Itif iiiumc, is the former instruc tin nt Imth Mi I*n11 ill ami Mi- Mur> Anili'i■•>iin. Hi w i 1111-nli-iit nl t hi* Mukii' Supervism h N ii IH nit* I ( ntifi'it'lK'i' fur I!•_':( 124. ami i author nl a piano ,-unaiu, many cantatas, operettas, songs. ami piano pieces, and i - i illlni ut tin Progressive Music Se rifs. Tin chorus i' t" In' prepared liy till' College Chorus, ami will i>«• pre •elitcd siHill before I 111" I'll tin.' college audience, Mis.- I'llfi ill ha- announced. A plan tn prepare an I'litiri- program ft'otii thr elect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1934

,F ff K THE CAMPUS « HAT. DENTON, TEXAS, Till HSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1IIS4 T BLV EBON NET LADY • **•*#*« IS NEWEST MEMBER * ««**««* OF REGENT HOARD NIU'a n tu School ST HUE NTS ARE NOT # # **•#* ALLOWED TO RIDE * **«*##« BUGGIES AT NIGHT Dr. Sharp Is Co- Author Of Drill Tablets Kor Arithmetic In Grades \ >ii. V.' . t ^IbknRttbinsMii "f **V<riU artulm «N </i#,-ip/im txereutrd km when th> I'olhyv wun u XoriHttl School. The well, especially on nose, Ml" second will appro r in the ntt! iww theie will be no dangor "I •« shining. (|/ ^ chnt—Kditor'n N*U>. I I In- type ot Iouiulu' i- not • i>mg "ftuirK.v ruling at night in forbidden <o oven the most sensitive -km. and |o a„ om> of ^ ^ gives a beautiful, smooth, mat tin.,1. un(kr ^ htmdUn, of ..UwIM>r(l, that will UhI for hours. Regulation*" ii. thi 11)12-18 catalog „ A| , Iy your rouge carefully, but not ^ Wht.,.H { u]l^ which at tlm, TVxts, and this full wa* midc an usually li-nk%M| U^th^r. At ifiist, i! '4 j VUI,N...

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