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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 February 1930

I . WISHING * DEAN VENTH The Handout TEXAS VOL. 14. Published By Students Of WO MANS CO LLEQE ' A VERT- HAPPY BIRTHDAY Oean Carl Venth Wilfred Grenfell FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1930. Reaches Seventy; Id America Fifty Born in Cologne; Studtnt in Con- servatory There; Famous on Two Continents. io celebrate the seventieth birth- day, and his fiftieth year in the United States, Dean Carl Venth is being honored by many groups. Mr. and Mrs. H. -J; Lindsey and Mr,,, and Mrs. George Conner 'will give a dinner at the Fort Worth Club Saturday night, honoring Dean and Mrs. Venth, whose birthdays are very close together this week. The guest list includes Dean and Mrs. Venth, Mr." and Mrs. H. E. Stout, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Wiseman, Mr. and 0 Mrs. Dan Brown, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Collins, Dr. and Mrs. W. S. {Horn, Mr. E. Clyde Whitlock, MissraJeanette - jTiilette, Mr.-.artd Mi's. Sam Losh, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Morris, Mrs. Johm F. Lyons, Mr. W. J. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lindsey add Mr. ...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 February 1930

Page 'Wo, THE HANDOUT The Handout Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman'i College every Friday in the regular school year, at iort Y.'orth, "Texas. Office, second floor of . Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. tions ? Dare we think in world terms T Religion isn't just a matter of faith, it involves intellectual honesty, too. This revival can mean a thinking through in an honest way some of the things that demand our keenest intellect;, and it can mean a renewal of faith which wilWsublimate the in- tellectual facts into a life of meaning. Subscription Rate $1.00 pen ygar EDITORIAL STAFF Thelma Colvin Editor Lena Moore Associate Marguerite Ragland Issue Editor Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy— Sports „ REPORTERS ' Dorothy Hinds, Jimmie Woodward Mary Hamilton, Rosemary Pri&, Katherine Vincent, Maurine Wall. Nelta Garrett, Rufi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 February 1930

THE HANDOUT _ e _ Page Three. SOCIETY EVERAL MAJOR SOCIAL AFFAIRS NEXT ( farmjoi* Social Events Social activities are reviving after the lull caused by the first semester exMBinations. The calef53ar for this wMSris well filled with affaiTs be- ginning with the tea honoring the se- niors and their mothers, Sunday, and MSk^ding the S.M. K. tea for the faculty and Koros, the Koro theater party Wnight, and the Thespian lun- cheon, Saturday. Affairs given in honor of Carl Venth's seventieth birthday and fif- tieth anniversary as a teacher of vi- olin, will attract a great deal of at- tention in Texas musical circles. These will include the dinner in Ann Waggoner dining hall Friday evening, nd the dinner party to be given by 'r. «md Mrs. H. J. Lindsey, and Mr. and Mrs. George Connor, at the Fort Worth club honoring Dean and Mrs. Venth. Sunday night a program featuring Dean Venth will be broad- cast from radio station WFAA of Dallas. Next week will mark the mijor social event of the year, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 14 February 1930

Pag* FOOT. THE HANDOUT MEMBERS OF PLAY PRODUCTION CLASS DIRECT ONE-ACT PLAYS "Reading:, 'riting, and 'rithmetic" do not make education now. Pi;oof of this lies in the very interesting class in Play Production at Texas Woman's College under the direction of AJjss Mary Margaret Robb. Miss Robb was instructor,in public speak- ing in Egypt for a ^eskv, and is now instructor of public speaking in T. W. C, v The first semester of the year the class studied acting and during the semester, gave a program of four one- act plays. This semester they are tarking up play directnig. Each girl must direct a play or do work on scenic or costume designing some time during the semester. They have made a study of the amateur theatre [town as Little Theatre*Movement, eluding community , theatres, the }&s Littfe Theatre, the Pasadena lay House, Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Petite Theatre du Vieux Carre in New Orleans, the Detroit Civic Theatre, and the Guild in New York City. ' - They learn how to ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1930

i \ e> VOLLEY BALL PRACTICE The Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMAN'S CO LLEGE BEGINS MONDAY VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1930. NO. 17 fcfc Thinking Week" Begins Sun. PRES. MENDENHALL, DR. CULBpTH, MISS LUCILE DAY WILL SPEAK AT NORTH TEXAS STUDENT CONFERENCE Dr. J. W. Simmons and Miss Sue B. Mann Will Be Group Leaders Saturday; About Twenty Students From T. W. C. Are to Attend Conference, Which Will Meet at T. C. U. Feb. 28 to March 2. '"Students, and Resources for a Christian World," is the theme of the ►-"^conference for the students of North Texas which will be held at Texas j Christian University from . Feb. 28■ to March 2. This year the resources j Of the Y. M. C. A., t.~W. C. A., Stu- dent Volunteer Movement, the Wes-! ley Foundation and the campus or- ; ganizations are being conceptrated i on one conference in North Texas. All out of town delegates' are to j, he entertained pvernight in -Tf "C. tr. J dormitories' and in the community. + Meals c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1930

P; THE HANDOUT Handout / spaper, xas. •trati at Ft Ft V. The Lea ciding which to buy was an exciting game ? Or maybe you remember that pub- particular time when an obliging ,c Student Association of saiegia(]y so gUjjed your selection ar.'s College every Friday; , . „ „ that forever more you have thanked ;!ar school year, at fort J Office, second floor j "er ^or y°ur improved sense of values >n Building. „ ^ j or of taste. i~iT second class matter.! lf an>' of the Agoing experiences 1, 192(5. at . the postoffice at have been yours, you will understand iii"th, Texas, under the Act of; (we hope) these meditations which, >> 1879. f0l. want 0f a better title, we have ~JL— 1 jtion Rate $1.0* per year called "What Is College Doing to "editorial staff , Pou?' ( jtlvin .. .. Editor-in-Chief J I' irst of-all, we have wondered ii ' .«■ and Marguerite Rag j college is to leave us at the end of Associate Editors | four years almost as it..J[pund us? LEVER REVICE5 Ru '.Mur*. en Strou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1930

* • \ THE HANDOUT «?> / • i OPEN HOUSE TO BE" HELD SATURDAY EVI -i ! Students to Be Hostesses at Main frojynal Affair pres. mendenhall, dr. culbreth, miss lucile day will speak >rjii of Year in Ann Waggoner Hall Parlors and Pining Hall. Student Is Marrikd By Mavoureen Siroup. Thf. „, rk5 th, .« impor-,0klahoma City social event of, the year, the (CONTINUED iltOM PAGE X; int tfudent body formal*.open "house in *nn Waggoner hall Saturday ling1, from 8 to 11:30 o'clock. The plans for the event this year, lave the promise of insuring a more successful open house than those of i former years. The committees have spent much time in planning for the vent, and all the details have been worked out. The decorations will pro- vide a beautiful and colorful setting lor the affair, and will C. J. Goodnight, Memphis, was married to Mr. A. Q. McDavitt, of ; Memphis, in Oklahoma City at noon I Sunday. The bride was a freshman in Texas Woman's College, and tvas very active in campus activities....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 21 February 1930

V & Page Four. THE HANDOUT FACULTY MEMBERS TELL OF WORK Campus Visited IN EGYPT. INDIA, AND JAPAN By Photographer Custom!! ef other lands «fo usually Interesting and differences of the edu-; cational methods used by other na- tions are particularly interesting to of support of the schools "You can always count on the wind I varied, blowing ninety per on the day th&t I unusual. The schools areuho photographer• comes out to take often aided by wealthy Englishmen or Anglo-Indians. If the curriculum is col]cge students. So Texas WVroan's( approved by the^ government, an al- College students ate fortunate in hav ing several people on the" campus who] have had experience in educational work in foreign countries. lowance for cacH' pupil is made. When the King of England visited India ; each school received a gift of several thousand rupees. Athletics are cncouraged by the Dr. J. W. Simmons, professor of mission school. In the schools of Bible, taught in India for seven year J which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 February 1930

The Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS WO MANS COLLEGE Volley * Balf Practice VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1930. NO. 18 March 5 Is Date Set For Closing Handout Contest Silver Handout Pins Will Be Awarded Winners in Each Division. The date' of the closing of the con- test in various forms of writing, spon- sored by The Handout in conrfection with the Texas Intercollegiate Prqps Association, has been extended from March 1 to March 5. There are nine divisions in wfiieh material may be entefxd in the con- test-1—serious short story, humorous short story, formal essay, familiar es- say, news story, editorial, feature story, poem, and*one-act play, A sil- ver Il-andout pin will awarded the winner in each content. This pin has a matrix for the background. a quill and the word Handout in the fore- ground. Judges have been selected from the T. W. C. and the T. C. U. faculties and the city newspaper staffs. All entries must be submitted to Thelma Colvin or Miss Kathryn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 February 1930

Page Two. The Handout Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort Y'orth, Texas. , Office, second floor of Administration Building. THE HANDOUT Church Notes Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffico at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1873. Subscription Rate. $1.00 per,year EDITORIAL STAFF Thelma Colvin Editor-in-Chief Lena Moore and Marguerite Rag land Associate Editors Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy Sports Ruby Mae Ogle Column Maivin Morton Exchange Roma Johnston Church REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Rosemary Pri&e, Ka-therine Vincent, Maurine Wall, Kollyce Riddle, HallieMae Johnson, Maty Hamilton, Anna Mary Dedmon, Elizabeth Chisenhall, Loree Duke. BUSII^SS STAFF ^f.ienn' Fyke.„_. Business" Manage^1 Nell MeWhirtcr, Edna Faulkner j/i , Imogene •Cumnvings., .'.Assistant*? Isabel A^ams Circulation Manager Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 February 1930

yr THE HANDOUT Page Three. SOCIETY Social affairs^ have__bcej[i very few this week on account of activities of the "Higher Thinking Week," led by Rev. Kenneth Pope. A large majority of the students have been attending the morning and evening sendees. StudenVBody Open House Very Successful About 200 guests attended the stu- dent body "formal open house in Ann Waggoner parlors Friday^ evening. Tho reception half represented an improvised garden scene. Posts and trellises were entwined with smilax and flowers. The refreshments consisted of sand- wishes, cakes, hot cherry punch, and mints. A stringed orchestra furnished niUsic during the afternoon. > The plans for open house this year were more successfully .carried out than those of former years. Many Guests Attend Facuity Teg. Saturday A large nuniber of guests attended the progressive tea given by the fac- ulty Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. President and Mrs. Stout and the members M^tho^fac^^ composed the receiving limK ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 28 February 1930

o Page Four. THE H A N ? O II T From The Sidelines Committees Appointed For Senior Activities Monday afternoon the Junior-Fish volley bail practice had a better show- ing; than most any practice of the yeaf, which is pretty goo'! proof that the girls are interested even though some of them can't play, and most of the freshmen can't play, The gym \ saw some of the wildest balls hit that it had seen during its life, be- j cause it seemed that the fish were trying to see how high they could knock them instead of trying to get it over the net. However, there are softie very promising players among the fish. The fish aren't so sure of winning this championship, because the S. M. K. athletic stars, Jeanette Dennis and Helen Hall, are going out for the sophomores. 'It looks as if they were tired of seeing the sophs beaten so .they came to the res!ue. The Koros .are also glad to see these girls playing on class teams because they, too, are tired of being beaten, and now they at leapt have a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 March 1930

/ STUDENTS LOOK FORWARD The Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS WOMO'S COLLEGE TO SPRING RECESS VOL. 14. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1930. NO. 19 Varsity Basketball Teams Play Last Game For Season Second Varsity Team Defeats First Varsitv With Score of 34-36. Venth's Compositions Presented in Dallas Symphony Orchestra Uses Hi.s Works in Program Planned For Sunday. First Half First Quarter • " ' Tuesday night the two varsity teams met for the final game of bas- ketball this season. The first quar- ter was highly exciting and the side* lines went wild every time Second Varsity scored. There seemed to be few in the bleachers who were sup- porting the First Varsity. B. Thomp- son did excellent work in center the first few minutes of the"'' quarter, ani? as a result Cornish shot two goals during that time. But that wasn't to last very long because V. M. Bullock in center out played Den- nis and B. Thompson, and M. Thomp- son scored twice jsnd Rodgers scored lour times. At the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 March 1930

Page Two. THE HANDOUT The -Handout Official student newspaper, pub- lished by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College every Friday in the regular school year, at Fort V'orth, Texas. Office, second floor of Administration Building. Entered as second class matter, Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of, March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate. $1.00 per year Ruth Doty^ is Mrs. A. If. Harris, o220 Taft Street, Wichita Falls, now. Mary Eddleman, Graham, a fresh- man '26, is Mrs. A. H. Polley, 1612 Pearl, Wichita Falls. EDITORIAL STAFF Thelma Colvin Editor-in-Chief ta Falls. Lena Moore and Marguerite Rag land ..T. ..........Associate Editors Mavoureen Stroup Society Agatha Gandy—.————...Sports Ruby Mae Ogle>.— Column Malvin Morton. Exchange Roma Johnston .Church REPORTERS Dorothy Hinds, Rosemary Price, Katherine Vincent, Maurine Wall, Hollyce Riddle, Hallie Mae Johnson, Elizabeth Chisenhall, Loree Duke, Marguerite Rodgers, Julia Monk, Helen Akiris, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 March 1930

SOCIETY THE HANDOUT Page Three. S. M. K. Open House arid Senior Dinner This Week Susan M. Key open house, and the Senior dinner party, at the Blaek- stone hotel, Saturday evening, are^ the major social events of* tflis >veek. With the advent of spring weather will come the outdoor activities. Pic- nics and hikes will be appearing fre- quently on the social calendar. Next week's social affairs include the Junior -picnic, the Hughes-.West Texas club party, and the Home Eco- nomics club party. Carrying out the spirit and color- scheme of St. Patrick's Day, the Su- san M. Key Literary Society will hold open house Saturday evening, March 8 in the parlors of Ann Wag- goner Hall. Promenades and St. Fatrick games will be featured throughout the evening. Probably one of the most interesting features of the evening wil! be the initiation trf six new members to the society. The members to^ be initiated are: Elizabeth Leafch, Fort Worth; Imo- gene English, Fort Worth; Joy Rob- inson, Grand S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 7 March 1930

V~ Page Four. ¥ THE H A NDOUT a \ Varsity Basketball Teams Play Last Game of Season (CONTINUED I ROM TAOE 1) grace with which they always play. M. Thompson scored once; Cornish twice; Bateman twice, and Rodgers three times making the score* at the and of the half, First Varsity 16— Second Varsity 19. Second Half Third Quarter This quarter was the most excit- ing part,of 4-he game. Each' time the ball was tossed up in center Sec- •end Varsity got it, but this tiine their forwards were not so success- ful, because Paddock arsd Estes saw that the ball was played to their goal, where Cornish and Bateman •cored again and again. Toward the •nd of the quarter "time out" was called and Ryan was substituted for V. M. Bullock'*vho had hurt her knee. Dennis jumped higher than Ryan the first two times, but after that Ryan played as she has never played before —she and Berry outplayed the First Varsity centers at every turn. It was during this^njuarter that one of the best examples of true sport...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 April 1930

April Fool's Done Past VOL. 14. The Handout Published By Students Of TEXAS WO MANS COLLEGE FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY? APRIL 4, 1930. ^ . <• « And You're the Biggest Fool At Last NO. 22. S. S. VAN TADPOLE LEAVES HARBOR ★ ★ ★ * ★ ★ ★ * PORTS OF CALL ARE EXOTIC AND EXCITING Treasure Hurt Finds Many Queer Places Notices Give Hint^of Location of Interesting, Unexplored Places and Lands. The treasure hunt cruise of the S. S. Van Tadpole is leading those on board to many strange and interesting places. The finst notice at Fort Worth sent them down the Trinity to the South Sea Islands. Here they found a notice which ;,read: "Steer thy course to the hill where the bat- tle of Zcehnovaronimun was fought." They then steered straight to fium- per Hill which lies at the mouth of the Anthropedipthiamn River. On the very top of the hill this notice was found: "Go to the place whose name includes a coat, a. thorn, and a fruit." After several days of much hard thinking, it was decided that the ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 April 1930

Pape two. fHI HANDOUT V e> A question th t hu been pussllng various members of the pilMllfir staff crew is that of enlisting" new The Handout Official student newspaper, pub- " V lished by the Student Association of; members, the "term of office for the Texas Woman's College every Friday; old staff being on the verge of in the regular school year, at Fort;transpiring. The persons suitable for Y/orth, Texas. Office second floor'; hjgher offic„ h#v# bMR of Administration Building. } - upon, but it wnti tntrt it a itut 7rom the Conning COMMOTION IN-lfl&LD CAUS- ED BY PEPPER STREWN BY GIRLS "fCONTINCKD FIIOM PiOE 1) Entered a? second class matter,| more viul. que#tion en *),« de#k; jt Sept. 24, 1926, at the postoffice ati . , .. „ V. ... . ' . ,, . , develops that the seawomen consid- Fort Worth. Texas, under the Act of , vt_ „ v March 3, 1879, Subscription Rate. §1.00 per year " editorial staff- Thelma Colvic Editor-in-Chief Lena Moore and Marguerite Rag land Associate Editors i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 April 1930

> N THE HANDOUT Paf« Three. ENTRANCING SOCIAL AFFAIRS HELD Gal* event* distinguished the social order on board the S. 8. Van Tad- pole during the world-wide voyage. Formal and informal parties, luncheon*, teas, shin-digs, masquerades, and miscellaneous entertainments prevent en- nui from overcoming any of the voyages. 'RED HAIR" CONTEST PRIZE IS BLACK HAIR DYE! Dorothy: Paul; "Will you share my lot, Marguerit Ragland: "Do you think my voiee will fill that auditorium?" DUKE HONORED WITH DINNER The night before the ship came into the port of Anywhere a farewell party honoring the Grand Duke Ctechaloyariabetes Cranium-ardium, who was taken on board at Cape Prickly Pear of No Man' nJjarnd, a giant tri-motored plane, piloted by the noted aviator, JiggS, deposited gentlemen for the occasion. The grand march was led by the grand duke and Princess Cassie Joe Ledbetter. The lady wore a robe de style gown of green cheesecloth and a corsage of black eyed susans. She wor# a cocks comb in her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 April 1930

t5V rag* * war. t n E HANDOUT VP FLOWER OF YOUTH DISCOVERED BY MISSES HEATON AND LANE ON FIJI CONTINGENT EXPERIENCES a masked men stepped from behind A Flower of Youth was discovered) on the Fiji Islands b.v Mae Heaton, last Monday morning. Misses Heaton and Clara Frances; Lane were out walking early Monday, morning when they aaw growing in the trunk of a tree" a beautiful orangfc- flower, black in the' center and petals tipped with white. .Miss „ Heaton picked the flower and admired ite beauty,' therS" walked on. After a while Miss Heaton unconsciously put the stem of the flower in her mouth and began chewing on it. Suddenly, Miss Lane noticed that her compan- ion was shrinking in size, her fea- tures were becoming softer, and her expression was appearing more in- nocent. Her hands were small and dimpled, and her hair hung in soft ringlets about her face. Miss Lane, was very much alarmed. She took the child in her arms and ran back to the S. S. Tadpole where she was taken at onco t...

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