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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 March 1931

V y. r, I* I 11 • ; r-S.8 Track Talk By Sidney Kwvn With the basketball season definite- ly out of the limelight, tht «y«* of local athletes have turned toward the oncoming aaaaoa of cinder path |>er- fcrntar.ecs and the era of abbreviated PERKY MAN WINS ALL-T. I. A. A. GUARD BERTH BAULK CAPTAIN WINS HONORS FOR SKCOMl TIME; tlM MINGS MAKE SECOND TEAM; lil'KtBEg AND COACHES IM> PICKING Coach Charles C. Sportsman ha* had bin protegt* hard at it for more than three weeks, and they are begin ning to round into form. In intcr- aquad meets among track aspirants tome excellent pre-neaiton perform- The official conference team a* announced by nport writer* and coachea of the six schools comprising the eastern half of the T. I. A. A. reveals that three men were repeaters from their position on the mythical team of last year. Harold Stringer, ances have been unreeled, and thing? I *«n ational goal scoring artist of the bid fair for the wearers of the Green i Commerce Lions, landed a cov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 March 1931

m ffli i • H Pfw M: ,.L. :,r Jl Demonstration Local Students Are Addressed Thursday By J. Frank Dobie Freshman Game Party and Frolic School News J. Ir.nk •k the February "Book of-th# M'-nth" H thr Literary GaiW of America, *l> gUMt ■pteakrr *t i| UpKial M- iwrnbly Thur da> morning # It t'clock. Mr Dobk, the tint writer *e*t of the Miawi%*ippi to writ* a book rhowrr by a book ' lub, WW t*r ought h*re by the W. It, iWW fv* i#ty aa*'l«M>a Ml* Pi. He wan introduce by President I. H Hubbard of C. 1. A. Mr Dob if m a c ,Hector of lag*nd* of Taxa* and A* loulbw«w and i xpeaking of hi* work ga* neveral r a*on* for hi* intercut ta foft lofe. He said that be likei a fowl «t«ry, that a true folk tal« reveal* thing of the payehotogjr of the per« r> wh« telle K, and that theee «U>rte« "reflect the ground in which many of uc have our root# " "We Teaane uaed to call oureelve* •' and outnider* were , hort- Te*a« wa* onee largely pop- ulated by longhorn cattle and held to- gather by r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 March 1931

r ■ y / r I THE CHATTER BOX VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DLNTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1931 NUMBER 20 The library will continue to be open the same hour* through the final examination* that it customarily keep*, and will be open on Saturday, morning the same as usual accord- ing to Mr*. Pearl C, MeOracked, li- brarian. The time between terms is no little that it ha# been decided . that the library should continue a# liRKAKF VST DANCE TO HE FIRST SOCIALS WILL MARK ANNUAL iifn Girl Debater usual. EVENT OF WEEK; TRIP TO DALLAS BEING PLANNED HV COMMITTEE Tennis season is at hand. Many of the sharks are already working out | every pretty day. The courts have, Week, beginning Sunday been worked over and are in good con , M(ut|i ^ Kun<iuy March (dition. They will be kept up from now i wj|| i„. inaugurated by the spon- on. Coach Terrence My rack*, who reception given l y Miss Mary himself has won the T. I. A. A. in j I^ouisc Wilson and Mr. ami Mr*, tennis, has issue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 March 1931

■ to ^ Self Motor Company Tompkiiui t Quintet Third In SEE' Sid's Slams Books and Other Things a diUd By Medders and Hawet BiMBOR « Dallas Cage Meet ST' _ Smith g f'ukltuhotf By tMedeats f tka North Teiaa TMdwrt i.eU«g«. Caaipws Chat Entered as Puttffw li | Edttorm Chief Aasistant Edit f Societies Km Muddcrii, Ilay liiea Jokaeoa. Column!***; ram >ihm, arwi M. 8. Reporting Staff Lois Wilkersou, Fred Doyto. Jewel Mffina, Eh F Co* Gtty McNeil, Faye B«i rh, Robert Holland. I's-liae Hay>i«n, Bill CuIiMMU UA* D'Spaia, Dallas Morrow, Paul Pier*on, Htrmon Kendrieka, Ro- bert Teal, Mable Belf. and Swede Printed ky Stodents of Um Mertk TtiH HUU Teacher* ( eilege J. D. Hall, Instructor MBMItKK TEXAS II M1 I,I,MI ACT PBHBB ASSOCIATION Kaortt L. Toi, Bwii— Bsc tM, T, C. BU. Female Feet AMImm m the Oaa «f J. Pnmk Detoe'* favorite stortoe visiting * frietad tit V+toae. T«m _ .—..A ■>.... UL^kli | # kb «*l **.* # ' § If CwWWWn 0| viw .HWIWWIII. I OB a tthe East and kto friend ted •II day l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 March 1931

MUSEUM IS NOW STATE HIST()HI(\\L ,:r:~S!r;Ts^''VJsunZk^ , Nation wide inter*!, is prrinmrily "•*' ® iWrlHOfr# Of FOUNDED BY C RIDDLE SOCIETY IN 1925 COLLECTION; MAKES RAPID GROWTH Will. intended to mrve a* an adjunct toj ClaSS W E(illC(ltioH the education of youth not in I ten ton alone, but in all part* of the Stat. ... „ . I Mmv m foundation, the object of . A ,nvUi,v, 8h""'• " 'M'" U*h. iiallMfifc.li.i« .U.. I *** th«' l^BC^ of M.Mm} In the Spring the collectors ha* never been to sint* . ply secure curiosities, but they haw a« a baai.i, ha> hm&B worked out by FORENSIC MINDED STUDENTS PRONE TO Laureate Chapter are Jofct Bt*vy - « * • 9 • . . . . «(■ FORMER T. V. Oh: HATERS MAKING GOOD CHOOSE LAW AND TEACHING VOCATIONS of 1925, the Criddle early date, some silver and *ta* ware *■*• —! to —wimuiato ttUMi whte*?*'9n'' UU^1! —4 - * > - >-■ I would serve t« make the history of our * 'MUt> L,HMln ,l * W' Society decided to sponsor a muteum Manuscripts and document* as we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 March 1931

f a I m-Wr * DEAN COOK liKCAI.I.S \ \ ItoiiGMAyen sryu: touchiton \ IN HIS STUDENT DAYS p m ONCE M |H||P( ■ , —™ Demount rat ion School News MilUriw <iWil-.n who wtrveri Member* of the j faculty pftMM Wtv IMr. L. A. Bharp I A. H. Kr.th, H M Maatcr*. Alfred H K. Bpitnar ami Coaeh V. (irid Captain c w«*k th*y made a trip Ui th« Brook# Ikuty mtmn th*y watched tha bottling and other phase* of work. They were nt of Senior <la*«. VeU f^""" < I'«" *•« l <«' Myk> laadar, football player, &*•* ,B !h'' ^ 1*® wtwm J ®" favorite, M>n« trader, haah Burke, 'hen d«-an <>t men. left l# r and a little chat. of m 'niver*«ly to ««re ximr of the character After he had take., one decree in ot i>ean 1 W. M'a "* U">k * «U wed to -k -.u^t^ which hack to '••. *17, *l . wW# [ decree . « ! # . the North Te* a • .State'' H« hw' "mnV varwd «i r«rt« •* "Ye# I had to work ''4a" of Men but he ?*dl« "f mm which «as 'through mM then met like 'wpmnaad M# . V bin hoarding IkMtae amy h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 March 1931

%■■* r ' * THE CHATTER BOX Am ^ f ■ ■ I. m| ■ ■ MPU VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN ION. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH ;.8. mi NUivmtuv 21 wt\; Dr. B. F. Fronabarger of the Eng-1 lish faculty spoke on "The Parent?j Language" at a meeting of the ben-j ton Senior High School P, T. A. Tues- day evening Senior Week Observed Here Ninety-nine new student* have en- j, rolled for the spring quarter which began Monday of this week. Reg- j istration for the year now totals 1753 the enrollment at the winter term be- ing according to the figures from the office of the registrar. Claaswork began on Tuesday morn-| ing and very few changes have been; made in the regular schedule of class-; es- it was stated. The College Chorus, orchestra, and piano ensemble class will present a program at K o'clock on the evening on Saturday. May 9, under the direc- tion of Percy Grainger, according to Miss Lillian Parrill. The plans for this program are now under way and when they are completed, a more...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 March 1931

Sid'n Slams By Sidney Htrcup Health Talks t*r. L. O Hayea Demonstration School News j j |u f %0f% Books and Other Things Edited By Medders and Hawet ■ U!<\- Tesaa sut. I'eMnhrft Mr HtadenU of Teacher* « allege, < lass Mai! Poetoffice at Daataa, Temaa, Dee. •. —- —! Editorial Staff B ■ Editor-in Chief Asmciate Editor m lOir 1916 It has been the policy "f many ma#a irw * and i>ew Mptri to evaluate soil criticise the worth and men' .of the production* of M'-ilya""") ever sine* ' * «i F* "f the usfciteld*«n" They have each a"l<.( pwi a method where- by the reader ran, at a It law*, tall the rankmic if p'r,lir' S Horn* *1## UMl "slur or WMWdllhWl forms of t< the order in which the picture* r* reviewed. am Uaek-fared type or iroiliar de •MM TETANUS In ISM, the causative a*ent of The chief «-au*e of prison outbreak*' kickjaw mm dimcwered. It was found a Sack at e*iw ! t - t* * bacillus which only grown and _ ■ i develops in the absence of oxygen It i* much «a*i«r to be criti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 March 1931

f—— Track Talk By Hid r) Km«W Yoo all are, | rbap* more or familar with lh« old one about "Emburrasmg moment*" and of the "Bufrhouu- fables," but junt you wait until you hear this about 'What a Grand and Glortou. , .. Feolin* It 1." when >■ a senior you • " " th« tomb* rmada « • have finished yoar la«t exam before *ir' 0,1 occasion, fcowvver. on, taking your degree It'* a relief thane high and inside pitches came to anyone and dot't forget .t *l nw #,,,i in •■* ■*« tog to connect * - - ^ wallop I only for a circuit *ue- , feuded in connecting enough to knock Not havinir been a phenotiM*nal j ^im down my collar where he suc- track artwt, I cannot vouch for; oe«de<i in counting several times several things which combine to make in hig fllvor. gov, he hit with that a successful cinder path performer; ),(ll ended projectile hard enough to however, we know now that training !ny Bj,u. Kuth in lhl. M.a.W, and he is a valuable asset, and the source i no time in putting me in similar o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 March 1931

I ■kM: m- sm:- A I.! CLUBS AND SOCIETY "Cottoti Fror* />««/" M £// He Observed On Local Cam pun tor i 'ijS A umber of Events Included In Social Calendar Next term m definite calendar of aorift) In accordant* wllli the been definitely arranged throughout the state urging the wear- t«rm, a number at entoftaln-i lag of cotton, "Cotton Frock Day for the student* benefit aiajwill be observed Wednesday, April 1/ The feature of this according to Mhw Edllh I* Clark, be the annual Dean V dean of woman This movement is tone-ring the V.r.a iwauties. being sporsorsd by the Young Wo- men'* Forum, ond all freshman girls will drees in cotton a* the day is also i set aside annually as "Freshman! Day." The fre*hman queen and her court (adte* will w«ar cotton frock* on and the aanMgilll^^ Proin scheduled for May J. A dance in koMW of the T, I, A. A. contestant" it i«> being planned but n. ftJt war , l,,f, t. if kti g ttftnftlinf'ltd 'ww IHp" A number of informal .lances upon sored by the OtoTa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1931

♦ I. I I y. i. THE CHATTER BOX April Fool Edition II Fellow classmates, iMMhm of the faculty, visitor*, friends of the col- , lege, guest*, especially our disti guiahed speaker of the day, etc." IT ! VOL* ME XV NORTH TEXAS STATU TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1. 1911 NUMBER 22 Yell-leader, Hoda-jerker, curly-head-1, ed, fat boy of the college A hoy I after Dean Cook'a own heart. The leading ingenue performer of the college, hlond and beautiful (?), coldly dignified, and the proud pos- sessor of a long, black fur coat that we'd like to have. Boys all like him—loud-voiced mem- i her of the faculty— friend of the \ freshman class. "I can eat two pies1 to any of your one." Slimes Rule Supreme Today GREEN STUDENTS FAIL TO CHANGE IN STAY AT T. C. Scene From Wild West Home 0! Soph Prexy Basket-ball player with a special talent for keeping the ball out of the, basket -that is, when the opponents I want it there. Black wavy hair and ORIENT ATION#. INFORMAL TEAS a manner th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1931

rtr*. -• « ''Hwka and Hull f I IN NMN }{ ♦ J Slime h Slams ll JtaMe tins (inder Dust % C V O l. i Personals by P«M-j tto Brother- ! Oak, Tom F Jin* Br*> w< /in t ISl«llt Win, WiMoh D. S y«rt itiii M«bi of Peaant last ■ wdaa, ww ,fc i ?h«r I PtWutW^ hf w4rf-*tS w( l* ' Wk- «W* • U 'rl >«rt> Ma Cm (MM f.fe*! E s*rM fmutff Ktt Mt 1 iu> Matt Matter at U< ! !♦ MM* mm 4t.$ Fiarj ■itark flhw Jatdau. we w« tut it art, fair e afi have Otl© Vitt. J«t>fey |Mt &*(*>' *r guests M ti Ter- rell [Mat Aatytam tto peat 'aak- Ni rnatt«4 ' tutelt -4 tto Sartfc In 7 aasdherv 1 alie^ • J. D j>ll, )«ttr*rur * Kilt; Hi M X *" I* ?>,!(.< ; tXriiTK PWBM1 itwri mrtn VSI( 0 lit li iMNMMi ! MMf UMt • feHMr fm&t n&* tl>*n f#r #r? ■I -inin i*li. Oa WW WtoP tto < IA MHUm f^MPVK f*WE ar?*- ttet ' V* n Hoa (.■ant L. 1«art kMwa t. c 4 Typical Soph Trick MIWW « tSBMf psileg* Hen*- w«g*. r* tot Ciihttn tto H It! Si Haggard, Weldm ] othy MeKinney, and Jan- traveiad by d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1931

• 1 * * « * * EAGLES WILL MAKE MICKS LOOK LIKE * • . .♦ , * , . , GREEMES I)UE TO SWAMP YALE, 1RMY PEANUT SALESMEN IN 1931 FOOTBALL l«ocal football fans will have an > . opportunity of .string usn k ridirun tattles at Kagle Park n. TU'( H11/-Eif/ll t Fifth ' 1 ' r',:" r *•' !'•: . J ! *!. 4 tt , . announced the completion of tht 1U31 ' grid calendar U> the sports editor of the Freshman Edition. All xame* have been arranged at | °AfTfcR fM' t>RAvvL IS OVfcft^ 1 re Honored With Old Ape Pensions laeKi ua*i mam ... yl «' it> «Air 1 SO owi uH #f >K R . , _ Twenty-eight freshmen were a home because of the fart that there [ warded old age pension* for long and i« a waya a stadium full of fans at] faithful wrvice in tin" department a home game*. ,,f English. ^11 were major* in 101 Opening the «ea*on with the vaatly; |,n(fHsh and declare that their life inferior team from Yale University ! Wl>rk ha* not been wasted for they the local* should have no troube in ieaiiy believe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1931

11 I ' — Inter-Racial Day (J(MKj ()|' Vant Is "YuCCaS Should !if Observed Hen Hp . Reiivum* f ound! (hoseii hconomics Ready to Distribute \ pproximately 100 Attend Ranguet divert bp ('horns Inter Hb Reltgiou* f Imt Sun<tAj other arhoo of tb city Some of 1*1 l>hf. Prexy in Pig's Eye By May," Medderx f*n orxday. He f r cback from ha Mr gi aneod nic ii> ibably we on Him Re Bin fir all of 8 Mciwi Of iui Mr at th* Rot. Ba thw turn of I>fnl< atodents in# wn "*Ivsn ill M . Bi 7At K Var IKi Fi Jtt A M i: ' t, a i*«ry than tU position. Tha auth t nearly * montk hat thay I mm. thcmsaivM vary fortunate in sacurm* Modders state* that In ad« th< service* of Mr. Yant in the *h' thw feature, there will be a n« of the reputation he has twill up „th*r thinir- embodied in the hi* four year* of collage work, yearbook that will appeal to th though he hi ju«t s candidate for >h« ^ difrMw of bachelor of arts and bath#* lor of kwam at thi tiro#. Mr. Yant that A tu Walker firot t'ii *m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1931

THE CHATTER BOX i VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 11. mi NUMBER 21 "Our Dancing Daughters" are free, again! Joy has supplanted the sorrow that has for weeks reigned supreme at our women's boarding houses. Those girls that have not been under ban are heard emitting loud groans and sor- rowful sighs, because their erstwhile1 rivals are now back into circulation, j We expect the college authorities to be notified before all future dances are planned, and at those sanctioned by; the college these belles will again tie jeen in action. Now, maybe, we will' have some more "hops." RUSSIAN f HOIR WILL HE FINE ARTS NUMBER SINGING GROUP 18 OF WORLD RENOWN; ('HOIK HAS SUNG BEFORE HOPE ANI) KINGS OF SPAIN ANIi ENGLAND COLLEGE BEAUTIES DEAN McCONNELL GIVES ADDRESS IN DENISON SAT. The open stetson on librarians is Princess Agreneva Slaviansky's a thing of tfhe past. Those myraids of Choir, an organization which ha* pleasure hunters who have habitually s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1931

ill i in i .iiiiliiiiii.ilMl Books and Other Things Edited Hu Medders and Ha we a ■Mtefcrd It. M Owl Km rwMfttt WflK Iflitf 1 ... 11Si ' 11,1 : II m/KM Sid'* Slams My Bfataey Mru«f Health Talk* Or. I.. O. Maya* u. «t. Of TKt Q*m*m ClMM [mMnhwl VMMII ly lit' Oaateo. T «m. for April J«*. 1M1 ■S-MiW £#f TeuuB*'. Cotfssity <*f fhntl'rt0' Skf^ypw - !nMtj , HMHV MMfe « for the Swt#f hncillu. is * normal <"* «*■ * ' f; K m B I. YttM. who, h* ln* •I thf Glen «, 101* J ohnny Kin# j<x akOM ... Bill Hawea „ Helen UU1 ,, . Kay Bonta Johnson, Hidoey m mmMm «rf " « ea %• «a mi cMMHtiea* <l«4«r whktk i ' pamr l Min fco 4 iw* i the bM* of tW buU rtoak iwl tmturaim in < that tut >* ■ Um fid* wwr; • <! •ffwiii h*« « nMM *o Wi v« that i* #.#</«" istiofi op dirwt or imMmet In a Thta column put out tort week byl The MBit* w a normal ™ «"" * J* "***' **"" *■ „ , , lli.k.ktM , # **-.„# Km**** 1' ***** kftvUm fa* * My < ** m *ui«d *r ;Him 8t#*p c«nt i rf fftM «h*r |MMM *f mmtiii*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1931

: * I Demonstration School News U>ls Wilkeraon Track Talk By Sidney Rmet The attitude taker by the redoubt uble Lee "Chili" Simpson. vetoran mil- «i of the Ertgle* in no small way re-j The Demonstration School had a ftecu on hi* limitlew ability. *nd in holiday Friday. April 3. There will be a way shows the stuff that made the another holiday on April 17, on ac- congenial ex-captain one of tht- stellar count of the Inters holastic Meet. The n tilers of the state. Simpson, who at <hool will also Uke Monday. April 20 I resent ia the Utc intericholasUc for a holiday. The college author- league record holder in the mite, after having been rnaed out in one of the recent meet* canoe back and con- fided that he could take the measure of any man in the T. I. A. A. meet. Whether or not he can make good hi# boast remains to be seen. but be that a? it may the attitude taken by "Chili" shows the stuff he's made of and ex pains just why he can skip through the middle distances as he can. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1931

—- - f 1UBS AND SOCIETY I n t«| Fair Interest Is Shown at Final Japan cse Print $ twn at Art Club Exhibit and Tea A It print* | &rtist -ky iiu, Aft u ^A. 9 ^ , i«a<Jay *fu moon f«n u«t <1 « «>• > «, An*n U*. . T M -Ihibit ceaatatad of tMrty-*i* ink-. Former Student* Of ('nllef/e Married Over Pant Week-End Spring football ck*«d Friday afUr neon with « light Rrrimmag* «t the HPliAiiil ' 1 iililSI ■ s; vMLfl - Prominent on Stage Exchanges <«U) McNeil SLIMES H IN MAS-TO-MAS ENCOUNTERS Spring Workout mm, SORF SPOTS, NO REGRETS1 AH that rem fe * of tb* \mt Fr«ih- i""1* ramaiiwd in town ami succeeded Kftffl* park with fair Mtm* shown mM| ,J|iy whu.h r„, ,teui,t will kmg b.- n d*f«ating the PflilhWMPI in the ma- in the training this yaar. Afenot few#m^r d by many urn 0f th„ nual flag rush The Fish didn't hove ——~ [thirty boy* have U*n working out ml/M( e3Ce)tiagj ,n history, are the rfcaan. Fully half of thair numUr former student* of tJie «ft m| Cm* Hineo will r-k-k the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1931

■ Mm THE CHATTER BOX THE Ttoae sunny days make life dan- gerous for the habitual back-1tapper Those hardy youth* who have already started the swimming season, and those who have dared old Sol to do his wont by playing tennis minus their shirts, show great care in turning >their backs to neither friend or enemy. As the season progresses, these symptoms will become more com mon, and the noses, which already remind us of pre-prohibitiou days, wilt become more like old fashioned toddy blossom*. It is the advice of this columnist to be sure and tap or rub your friend's back gently before taking your lite in your own hands. This advice should do much to pro- mote good health and happiness on our campus. VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SA TURDAY. APRIL 18, 1931 i ... . NUMBER 24 RUSSIAN CHOIR WILL BE HEARD HERE MONDAY Students Who Edited Record-Chronicle ( HOIK tl \S SI M. BEFORE POPE AM) KINGS OP ENGLAND ANI) SPAIN; ORGANIZATION IS OF WORLD RENOWN After lyi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1931

A wm 0;:: I WBl|: ' mM-} f •") PIIP.' if i,r , •i; mm (T > MP L v P A I'uMiahrd By iMlMi af II* Jiwtt *M* — - 1- .-■ - — f M t| I fiCnff# wPHRIIVQPMp ■< —• Books and Other Things Edited Hy Meddern and Hawe* Sid's Slam* PI Pill PI (LIB WAS ORGANIZED IN Mabel Wilkerson, Demon- stration School librarian, and Mrs. B. 0. Wilkeraon viaitad relative* in DOUGLAS IIIRD PRESENT HEAD OF GROUP * °Mi* IMot H«Jro*|Pof AivorJ, a ' • I graduate of the college, wan in Den- ton over the week-ami. , • Home i* a fillii * taH B where yv* \mm the r«mt > f the family at meal , ... interest in full length t(WM, " bewlu begin* ♦" *l*'k and th« magatine* and *hort-rtory j w>i, m WITH TEN ORIGINAL MEMS! Editor* Note - Thi* K> the la*t of Caafw Chat faetoffice Alvi* Sinclair as parliamentarian. l£dltor;.i-<'h(rf 8od4mma ■" >— - With the coming >4 pring n <t;rn-:* of article* <*n t* y*' clut """■"" " w e into their own With that, m mind, we are going to s,tw ,h|t, th# *>«, *. «t...

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