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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1934

THE CAMPUH CHAT, DENTON, TEXAB, THWRHDAY, NOVEMBER i , If PHYSICIAN t * r. I. O. IICollege Physician directoi of the Teacliei College ital, >111 given ailing I <'. stud- On- propel' medicine uflil can' tin* past four yearn. Dr. II aye assisted in his work liy Mi• I'ri'ti- and Annie Richrich, H< , and Mnble (ii.i cndoil. house ■er. IIK.K I>AN(K IS SKT FOR TONIfiHT A .ophoniore bridge dance, tin1 cond in M-ric-. of four, which ai> ini' |11:11c,| I'm l In College classes by tlic I'orum Council, will bt hold tonight at I lie <ollegc Club Hoiiand Mary Ardon Lodge fr om 7 l.o !• o'clock. Meinheis of the Km urn Council will let as hoste-.ses foi tln> occasion, and Officer' of Ihi' sophomore class and of tin' Council will form the receiving Ui i Game Mill !> • played in tin •' I it I • House, and danciui' will be in the L< dge. Admix ion will he hy activity tickets, hut the fact Was stressed hy 1 >• an ol VV omen Mi-- Kdith L Clark thai the affair win for menib...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1934

pa<;e mix THK CAMI'CS CHAT, DKNTON, TKXAS, TH! KSDAY. NOVKMHKK 15, 1984 mm Um DEFEAT EAGLES FRIDAY NIGHT IN CLOSELY CONTESTED GAME SCORE IN LAST QUARTER WINS EO/TS. COTTERAL ATTEND PHY S.ED. MEET IN AUSTIN Sand I tn Preside* (Her Se*wion> As Si a It* Kducator* I'MVtHf Cross Country Riiniuire Talcn IIUIIIIvl 9 1 Ullv rhamman«kin v lldlll JJIUIItMII|J T C FIELD HOUSE Cnahle to find a competitor on the l)ean T. J. Fouts mill Mis* Donnie two-mile track, Coach Choc K porta T C TEAM DROPS TH) THIRD I'l.VCE IN ('ONFKKKNCK • otieral of th. physical education man • l*> "e hurrier* take the tu;i4 8TANIHN(i WHEN KTK\ l^iK'OVKKS Fl MKLE WD department attended a meeting of Confi'i'iilftr Championship by default, KICKS KIf'i D CIO41 IN I \ST MINI TES OK PLAN representative* from all State ( «■! It \wi* learned this week when Sports- ' | kv,. in A it* tin Saturday. K N. Sand- man communicated with Kant Texas lin. State Phynicil Kducation Di- Teacherh College to discuss the two- rM'tor, pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 November 1934

• • \ST till l< 1'opt I \KITV K \I.I.O'I ioi> w THE CAMPUS CHAT {W\ vou;mn xix north texas statk teachkhs college. denton, texas, thursday. november 22, 1984 ■ Final Selection Of Favorites Is To He Kv Cantor Mnhiiiiation* lo !! • (ondut'tcd |{> St'crt'l I$allot. Kriitnr \nnounces Nominal loir Nil III)' I'.'-lf) Yllcrn popularity n l inn will result from the I >ii 11 • 11 plan explained elsewhere 111 I In issue 11I tli>' 1 ailipus ( 'hat, u> cording tn an announcement from I rui'lt Meredith, editor nt Ihe yeai • ••■I. S; 11«I«• 111 ~ air asked hi till out thf ballot ami place it in thr liox kept h i thr purpose in tin I'orriiloi ol' thi' \1I1111111 "tratiou Ituiltliiin li<'fui<' Fri 1 lay at noon. Friday noon will posi- liveh In 1 In' last moment for casting tin liull'it , Mi'i i'(|it|i stated \ change from the usual met nod i>l 1 'inlut 11 nur tIn• nominal inn is intuit m i essui > because of tlii' fart that l.ddie < alitor, famous radio ami screen i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 November 1934

THK CAMI'VH ( HAT. l KNTON, TKXAS. TMI'HSOAY. NOVKMHKH -'2. HUM The Campus Chat 4 bf ItutfMU of IIm North To* TtMlxni Collage, IteaUm. Tom* Chat Catered w Second Claaa Moil Mot tot A the Hoo toff tot at Don ton. Tow. 8, 1918 HCMBKK TEXAS INTKKCOLWiUlATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STAKE Editor-in-Chief Aaeociate Editor Aaeociate Editor Society Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Sponsor Sponsor Kenneth E. Smith Alvin Irhy Kolwrt McCloud Mnrgarettc Garrison Kotherine Sloan Curtis Wilson J. T. Pearson W. A. Lor liner THEY STAND OUT Hv Ilude Nevilh Teachers ASSISTANTS James Drr Baldwin, Jr. It'll Chambera, Margin-'t Crawford, t >la Belle Ourbo, .luanito Kckert, kath- erine Hamilton. Marguerite Her run. Kvalgn Marten* Walter Merriman, Violet Koark, Munroe Rucker, Mary Jo {Daughter. Williams Smith, Kenneth Thin mond, Mary Eliaabeth Windie. IS THIS TKX AS OH PERSIA? Now that the activities on the Campus art' .wetting into full swing for the year's work, the interest of the student body...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 November 1934

THE CAMPUK THAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1*84 4 *• # # SPEAKER I'r. Anna I'owell, professor of history, |«ikc In*fori' thf Fort Worth branch "t thi* American Association ni I'Diversity Women T u i> s il a y evening. Shf wa thf guest of the International Relation* Study tiroup nl thf A. A. U. W. She took as her subject, "Some person* ainl policies that have shaped intei American re lat ion during the past century." MEXICAN GROUP HEARS STAFFORD M < ora Stafford, director of the art ii<-1>itrl mi-iit of thi College, on the uivitalion of l.loyd I. Rollins, dire« toi o| tin Dallas Art (iallery, ad dr ' il .i group of Mexicans in their nutivt It.nguage at an exhibit of Mexican art at the Dallas gallery last night at S o'clock. The i \hiliition on which Miss Staf- ford puke was done by both adults and children in Mexico. Miss Stafford speaks Spanish fluently, having studied it in college, and perfecting if while in three year'" l esidellce in I'uerto Rico. \ | hi)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 November 1934

THE CAMITS HAT. DKNT(>N, TEXAS. THt'KMMY. NOYEMHEK 22, IINi4 t own that KUCitHMiiHi LioNi' iroal lint*. in oroHHinu the the the DINOSAURS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP IN VOLLEYBALL THE EAGLE'S EYE By Tvro Nuh T ('lab Trip* Trillion* <•0*, th" only team tn mow >>11 Fast T Mm Turn T—-Hoiia4 jTexas Teachers, mfortant champ Alpha and Omega meet neat «*• ihis year. T%r Fagles strove Thursday night a* the T Club 1 h rd u> h v* th'* distinction. but •or* its firat all-colle*. dance. AUI ""led. The only thing left for vanity football players {get fret* Kagles seems to In* to dvfwit duetts nntl moot of them will he there to stretch their legs for the first time since school started. Haw you noticed how much ntwr the girls have been to the athletes lately? Before, they have treated them a* idol* to be worshipped at a distance, but mace they have become eligible a* dates for dance* they *eein to possuas an additional allure. CJirls who before were seen only with lounge lizards such a* we. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1934

♦ ♦ I . CO KAHY ON I'HK TI'KliHY THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUMN XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1984 Dallas Chorus Gives Program (iKOl I* OF MUSICIANS MAKE IN IT! AI - AIM'EARANUE \S FINE AIMS M'MHER Dallas Mule Chorus. The Audito rium, Friday, November '<411. Kdniund I''. Boot teller, director. Amy .le an K . M K W hil It'll, Herman Boot Ichor, O M. StuI>1 >l<■ fi<*Jtl, I,. I*' Bohm talk. oloisls Kli/.nhcth Knox, Tildeii Wells, pianists. Maury ('. Jones, organist. Presented li> the Kmc Arts i ommittee. \ an organisation only twn month- old, the 1% la.- Male Chorus, in its initial performance, proved thai a civic enterprise of its nature can lie attanu'il. Whilr not al its heat, the < bonis impressed imr with its poten Utilities, for it has some very tint' viiiccK, The directloiwol M r Boettcher is capable, and relative results show promise. I If the three groups of th'ec unntrs eaeh |ireseiiti il hy the Chorus, the first was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1934

The Campus Chat by Students of ti North Tssaa Taacfcen Collage. Denton, Ti mm Chat Entered u Second Class Moil Matter •t Um Poototfico ot Don ton, Texaa, D«c«mb«r 8, 1916 ■EMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PKE8S ASSOCIATION BDITOKIAI STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Society Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Sponsor Sponsor Kenneth E. Smith Alvin Irby Robert McCIoud Marga>;'ttc Garrison kathcrinc Sloan Curtis Wilson J. T. Pearson W. A. Larimer ASSISTANTS James Dee Baldwin, Jr., Bill Chambers, Margaret Crawford, I la Belle Curbo, .luanita Eckert, Kath- enne Hamilton. Marguerite Herren, Evelyn Marten* Welter Merriman, Violet Koark, Munroe Rucker, Mary Jo Slaughter, William* Smith, Kenneth Thur- mond, Mary Elizabeth Windle THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27. IM4 BIBLE QUOTATION: "And this is the condemnation. that litfht is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather tha" light. Iiecause their deeds were evil. J..hn 3-19. GOLDEN THOt'(iHT: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1934

1 <# # ♦ * 4 w • * * * Entrance in the i't I'tn I'i Hem Daili c, tn I"' held III ttli1 11 It III ~ Gym iU4--1uin in ginning at it o'clock tonight, will In act • ■ - a fence with tin stile lt\4llluli|l In il- l t till ladles, M I' in l i t - ;i-k that all gu ts to th<■ dance wear overall,n sunbounvla, ur olhirr paraphernalia -i./gesting tin- count i ■. Lloyd Graham and In- Farm II.• < I. will plii) from a ■tall bunked with hay Meh'nd them. t hi• >i11.*h a window, will h ■ in i hi' harvest moon. I .iv lit uitf foi tin ilaiicc will come only t'iiiin lantern suspended from tin- ceiling anil set aliout the .stall. Saddle*, liarnc anil farm implemert will In ii si *i I in decorations, ami bsle- oi hay awl stuck of oats uml wheat >c utilized. • receiving line will In composed nil. i of i he I'i I'hi l'i ami poiisi i i, |ir anil Mi . S. A. hum ami Mis Nellie Griffith . air college dance. A ' BANQUET REUNION FOR ANIMALS ALSO IS TO HE HELD WINDOW TIm #• / I'I HARN DANCE TO BE H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1934

Hi I THE CAMPUS OMAT, DKNTON. TKXAH, TUK8DAY, NOVKMBKK 27. IWM VUOrS FIELD GOAL WINS FOR EAGLES IN LAST GAME OF SEASON BfNTON BACK Sl'CCEEDS ON THIRD ATTEMPT FOB LONE SCORE OP SAN MABCOS GAME ALL-CONFERENCE Proving the old maxim, "third *■" time'* charm," Wutidrow through the Wilaon, one oi the highlight* of the North Texan*' performance, twice tried for field goals when the Kagle* couid not punch through the Bobcat waJI, and on his third try, after being penalized to the 40-yard lino, sent the ball squarely between the goal Hr<y,,"r«,„ N . . . , * Kurnw for San A posts for the decutive three points. c«n(t*r Sluvill ki« k«Nl nvw ihe *. *• ! line Martin auhati- W llftof), twt^i for Sutton ni iruard I'atton made junior halfluck from Denton, place,I t£2r JF* ni# third try for a field jr i) siiumvly stovall mad* s > a n i *• ai<uHti right i-mi ht-fnfiw.Ti _ * .. ,, . tMI Jower ntakinir the larUr Kfp*HN thf h&fpit s matia no train on u pin pla> *top|«il h> a 3-0 win ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 December 1934

* <• * I i iik witch" \« DllOklt M I ON Kill I H IV M THE CAMPUS CHAT Vdl.l MN XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1934 II 1935 YUCCA WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED PLAY SEASON TO OPEN WITH "THE WITCH" TONIGHT h'lh'ty are in' cast IV VI \ |)K \|.S WITH WITCH- <K\IT SI'I'KKSTITION' IN Hi I II CENTI 10 NOKW \\ ; HXItm DlltKCTS ' The Witch," translated from the Nnrsvegian if W iei --Jcnn .en by John Ma-ct'ield. \uditorium, Friday even me. I *•«• *iiil>i't Curtain ut h o'clock. I r« 'imI and .stayed by Myrtle Hardy. Set and Lights hy Joe D. Johnson. • listunies by Muriel I!. Williams and Loi- I'eurman. A presentation of the I mi \ i! s Committee. Admisxion by Vitivitj Ticket; all Meat* are reserved. ICi i-rsed i at f« r "The Witch" wen' scheduled to g.. on sale ut s o'clock this morning, and may be obtained by presentation of acti- vity ticket at the l>ox office. Ad mission for outsider* is 35c. Dramatically handling the super- stition if witc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 December 1934

: 1 f I | :? The Camptiii Ohil ml Uw l Claaa Mail Mattel •I II—>MW, llwiwlwi t, H KM I* KM TKIAM INTKRtHU.I.lCliUTK PMKNN ANHOriATION Mil t oll 141 MTArr Milm In l 'hi*( Aaaixtlalt I'.IiIoi Am<« lali Mllnl Mud ml I MHai I mid •' IIMHI llitaiiiMM Manage! Sp.uitxm hi'tiliHli ► Hlllllh AI % in tiliy Kulu'ii Met linal Mni|t«i«Mt< UtrrimiH h at Inn till' Mlaan Cuit tii WUami J 'I' I'miiiiii XX A Imuii.'i \ HMlH I A NTH lame* I '«• llnl.lxx in .It, It'll I tiainlMM'a, Margate! t taw tut it, I ml* Itilli I -ill.!.. .Itiatiila Kltkerl, xal|t ui |ih< 11 a i ii >11 M in tttiei it r Hi'iitii, !• * «• I v i Miitntii XX Itri Miii i tliian VIntel Mnatk Muitnxe Hiiebci, Man J.i .Hlanghlm. Wllllama MmMlt. hixiuwMi thin mottil, Mary I'lUal'ftIi Wlintln IHK t AMI'I S t HAT. hKNTilN, TKXAi, TIUKNIiAV, IMMKMMKM #. ItkU l,tt| II KM rHoiiimT Manx 11« i * i it i * hi it-' HI tin v i' atUllioil I i' wtHilmtii hnil tIn % mil m'ihihhmI (hul ihiu a I mail x I'" ' ml ll Sl'lltH'W HIMI.K \ KHSl"'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 December 1934

i * * # f CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON. TKXAK, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1M4 iy Helena Rubinstein 4 "The Lily Maul .... I'hc Lily Maul of \stolai would find herself nuitt- the fashion today. Mure and more smart women are adopting a pale, stnnkuiir makeup, accented by vivid lip* and eyelids liadowod with blue or green. For the I'ulleire irirl, this make up is good to follow, hut it should be modified. I here i' no point n looking loo i phi-ticated if you cannot live up to it' Therefore, instead of the dead wtnti pallor that nonie of the women i n the Continent are affecting. J would advi > a touch of red raslierry rouge it y"u are brunette, or red geranium it you are blonde Apply it near your eyes, to make them look more spark- ling. V cream or nauual powder for the very fan skin, and a mauren«|ue t lade l"i til. darker skin will Iu-ightcn the effect il cool translucent loveliness. I hen choose your lipstick lo match \ hi rouge, and apply it rathei gen erously Since eye cosmetics are a part of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 December 1934

THE CAMIM'S THAT, DCNTOM, TKXA8. THI RHDAY. 1>K«'KMBKK «. 1M4 fill ! f 11 Ml WORKOUTS NBASKETBALL TWENTY-TWO OVT SEASON STARTS FOR FRESHMEN BASKETBALLERS 1 Workout* Benin For Fiah ( mtro With Thirty-Five Men Reporting THEE CLASSES MADE IIP FRST HOME ECONOMICS LABORATORY NO GAMES ARE DEFINITELY SCHEDULED; POSSIBILITY Of PRACTICE GAME THIS WEEK-END With the clow of football sotiion, ( oach Jack Sisco is now able to de- vote fuJ! tint*" to the varsity baaket- ball squad. A number of hi)uadmen have been working out for time, hut only during the lam few | days ha* Coach Sisco Ihwi, able to work out the squad. "I invite all men in the Collage, who are clurible, to try out for the team," loach Sisco Maid. "Only twen- ty-two men are working out now. There rhould be one hundred and two, ah there are few men in school who have not played im-kcthall at some tune." At present there are no frames defi- nitely scheduled. Negotiation.* are under way with Texas Wi.man's til- lage for a iranie in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1934

I < 1 i f i HAPPY NKW V FAR I'll >Ol AI. I. VnlUMN XIX THE CAMPUS CHAT NORTH TEXAS 8TATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1984 DON COSSACK RUSSIAN MALECHORUSTO BE ON FINE ARTS PROGRAM OFFICERS OF ' T.C CHORAL GROUP CZAR'S ARMY TO SING HERE JANUARY IH SIM,INC HORSEMEN OK THE STEIM'ES OBSERVE SAME STRICT DISCIPLINE AS IN WAR I ! • SinnniK Horsemen ,,1' |hi- Stop pes, tin- group <>f singeis known us tile 1)1111 I llssack ItUs.-iail Mai" t 'llOI'U", will lw din' of ihr programs to la* ■ |m iihii'i| by the Kitif Art.- Commit tee. according t<i word from Dr. S H. Mi Aii.-tci, chairman "f the group. The entertainment i- scheduled for Jan nary iii 1'hese singers, on their first visit In tin country, uectrified tin- musi- cal world I In* chorus is composed of thirty "*ix men, sonic of Ihctn almost seven I cot tall and. all of them at lea I thirty years o d, who would rathei sing than to cat or sleep! I In Russian Don Cossacks, organ i/.rd a a male chorus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1934

THE CAMPUS ' HAT DENTON TEXA- THURSDAY DECKMBER II. 1W4 . >•>« The Campus Chat | MKMBU TEXAS IhTTSKOOLLSGIATK ASSOCIATION BOITOaiAL WTAFf kditor-m-Chmf Editor Ed tor tMMtjr Editor Kenneth £. Smith Alvut Irby Robert MeCi©u<i Htr(trttU Ctrriiwi Curtis WiUor; J. T. Pear^on ftponeor * Larimer \SSIK7 AMTH James lie* Ba.d*in, jr., B1.! ' ftifowrn, Crawford, Iy.ua Bed* Corteo, Juan.ta Lekerl, Kath- «nM Mwmtitan, Mfcrtr ^nu Herren, Evelyn Memru j t. J h;< v.fcf ' '.•••« • roe Rurkrr M*r> Elizabeth ^ ■! <• • THEY STAND OUT S>' l'ltd* Mwriik A jMiMmfi w4 nit.if- una still k«- -p- the friend- ship of al> w!m> kuom her mu-t have * beautiful v<mc+ Such it pfifkM i* Evelyn l>-wi* In spit* A her many club row-tings. *iut!«-•■. etc . -he finds time to entertain at aociai function* Evelyn '.am* Uj Teadun CeUese with a rep- utation taking an active part in >*ch<x l fur*e- not only kept up the reputation, but ha> impewwed th«w e who know her with her ability t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1934

fHK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAR. THURSDAY. DKCKMHER 18, 1M4 Betas Will Hold Annual Dinner- Dance Saturday llic H'lit Alpha Klin liHtt* Mill licltl i In n annual dinner-dance Shi iiiiIh\ lilght, (lit illlilli'l to he ill the Mill > \ilien Lodge hihI th<- dance in I In llaui-s (iymnasiuiu. \ i hristinac theme will |rredorni- ral< ill tile colorful dec-orutions, In autifull> intermingled with Muck illll -11V •• I , UllH Coloi'S. A Soft light iiy effect in tin- lodge will asMst in In iu11•«■ 11111tin eflect of the decora iioii> ami individual favors of a novelty nature will add murh to tht- llttl lO l ivciios of till' OCCaSIOII. lit el vatlOll.s have Ik'I'II lllttde till i'M'iiiI former <iuli members who I• lit• i i" return for the uffuir, tonkinx it as much of u home-coming us |>n; lllll AllOUl MXly-flVC HIT ex- verted to atU'iiil, according to . T I*. \\ ithrow, .(miuI chairman. I'ii iident Harvey i,. Kurd will act n luiftiiiH-UM at the dinner, intro- iliii iii^ a....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1934

II ■ THK CAMPl'g CHAT. DKNTON. TFXAS. THl'RHPAV. DKCKMBKR 18. IM4 m 57-28 TUESDAY AT rOKT WORTH CAPTAIN C AIN ACCOl NTS FOB 15 OE EAGLE POINTH; ASSISTED BY JONES AND KNOWLEK Showing great improvement ovei their play last week. the Kagle five dKiiivfly defeated the T«* > Woman*' Collage quintet. 57-2K The game was played in th« Central High School gymnasium at Fort Worth. 1 uesday niirht. Zack Cain led the Kagles in their scoring iprne, accounting for 16 of the Kagle* point*. He wan ably attainted by Dittrich, Henderson, and the other hagies Fort wood was high point man and flan*rally l est all- round man for the W mnan * < ollege. Vastly improved play in all depart meats of the game characterised the Eagles' game. The improvement wan espically impressive In the work of the two centers, W ;nlon Knowles and Dello Jonex, both of whom are ser- iously handicapp«si l>y their inexper- ience. Their height will make them valuable cogs in the Kagle machine this year, if they continue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1935

« I * •f I on cossacks < iioh i s mere w idnehday THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUMN XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TBXA8. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. 1986 AGNES MACPHAIL WILL SPEAK TO ASSEMBLY HERE CANADIAN ONIA WOMAN MKMKKK OF HOI'SK OF I'AKMAMKNT IS KX SCHOOL TIC ACHE It Mi- Ag- • Macphail, first womi-n to he elect •; in th«' Canadian House f Commons, an.I only woman M I' will speak in it -semlily at the Teachers College next Wednesday. She also wu one of 11t •«•«' Canadian represen- tative at (tic Geneva ( onferenee in I!'-!', and bccamc tin first woman to sit on the I.i ague's disarmament committee. Her subject at the Teachers College A liditoriiiin will lw "Education for th«- Future.'' This i> a topic that is said is proving popular in other places whore -he is discussing it. Miss Macphail wa. an obscure coun try school teacher when selected to run for Parliament, anil was «>n« of the form ma hie number sent l>y the i! (ran i Red farmers of Ontario to assure redress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1935

THK CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON. TKXAS. Till RSDAY. JANUARY l . tlMtt The Campus Chat of tfc College, DmUni Chat Entered aa Second Claae Mail Mattel •t fee PodofflM nt Una ton. Tonne, B. 1 1« MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION RDITORIAL STArF £ditor-in-Chicf AeeocinU Editor Aaeocinti Editor Soctety Editor Busines* Manager Sponsor Sponsor K••ninth E. Smith Alvm Irby Robert McCloud Murgarettc Gnrrieon Curtis Wilson J. T. Pearson W A. Larimer ASSISTANTS James Dec Baldwin, Jr . Bdl Chamber*, Margaret Crawford, Lola Hello Curbo, Junnita Eckert, Kath orine Hamilton. Marguerite H err en. Evelyn Martens K. J Reeve*. Walter Merriman, Violet Ronrk, Mun roe Rucker, Marj Klisabeth Windie. THEY STAND OUT By Dude Neville STUDt:\TS I Continued from Page M TO SING ON KINK ARTS PROGRAM Have yim ever thouirht « f the friend* you might he losing at midterm" You haven't. Well WHAT ARK YOl GOING TO IN) AHOl'T IT? New Years always brings a feeling of another chance- and opportunity to begin again or...

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