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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1928

* BP i a 1211 "4% ?_3TV ' ■||||i||||| :.....',, ,:'.u'.J Ill# VOLUME XII NORTH TKXAS STATE TI-ACHERS COLLEGE, DEN I ON MX AS SAIUKI>A¥ MARCH 24 1^28 ssasss PI/i DM SCHEDULED TO FINISH IN JUNE applications mrr yet m viie in SOME fr M.I %NI W INTER Ml MOMS IIS V| rllli h I p TO NUMBER \K.\H ltd Approximately eighty .seniors have tiled applications for degrees which will lie conferred id June, according t<i IHwi VV J McCimncll. Dr. MuCoii Hell <m- that there are probably miW who have tailed t<. file applications ami some who riinnh. il at t he end of the fit IJ or winter icrmn wh<i Hum- not made application I'm degrees. There will likely be Isdween ninety and a hulldrt-.t til twelve diploma*' m the Spring. Those who have nutile application for bachelor of arts degree■ are .lames Homer Bunkstuu. Stanley Frank Cer ?osek, Thelma Pearl Chitwood. Alice EH/abeth Corbin, Georgia Neal Cor bin, Grace Margaret (Vrbin. Charle*; H ('oniweli, Mary Madge I >nniei Georgia Kirk Ilavi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1928

1 IfmUt ( ! THE CAMPUS CHAT Itp Book Nook i ""Jplitrr BY ' Hwun *RUKN1 KADI I MMM Mr iMMt- mi few Wn iMia | i4rnt* wt llw Miaa* Bum North t« (?ww Knl.< -^-*1 M* ct Mkti ■Utt- t *1 tl — pm urfr t.-., *« IV ei** S*se. mbft l III* OafMNH efcn on. i Vmit tIM ■MMMBrfM* a f t HlMm* IwlMtow HU^r mii r . UirNff l#h>f .. |f«nr«im (!«•*>• ffn' lfc*tart C&HtiM C«v*w*tt 1 II 1 \*mi i fitti.'. Cr*u.<-r NiPOITKRh lfc Ti*r* Jt«Mk Itohyn A rmi*t#uii M r IM« UmU-> Coward* M Ujp l*4*n^&*rv Mutjurtr Mi%*r* l^feisrM'ifc Wcfflit.iNrrfVti J-twu-i -pi N '-wi< n. 4-flftr i W.-«r^ rw- MiM|jwMWt ttfW3in« IM-lton.*?*. VS ;-.ynr fcfciMft ** «*• MKUHIK VJEXA* INTKRrotlKi.l ATI j'KfrS* ASMK'lATTlO\ t'rintMi t*! ilNf #i-aden* t*f tW Nvrlh T©* * S.Mtr 1 ftiflwm Oaihtu* J I* RAM. Jr tiwtrufi.-r l.irjotriunj.' *n<J r>tK*rra*ih) In 'S«*rKTt t K«tli<," whirh PnaMr- 4 >', ItoMUk ti«\t j« ! imtilishwd, ani Ka*o carru^ thr h r< -hutted tjMtiifr mm his l-:-.W vp. «il -Chev- ifons" ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1928

♦ I m CASUAL COMMENT MaTT> l4tu M(.U.KN(MIKN W. thonk Pr.ividt in-.- for fh«• mmmI that caused u* to chantd- the title <§§ ■ inspired ravilt* troll, "(dinir Mii#Ki'i<" U. tit'iui! I'liniment " Kin- <1 examination.. uiul the re.-eiviiiff <>f trmdf* have made it impossible for (io,it freshman t« sntwjeer, ami it in with t h« ificutt'ii effort that we tire ahb l*i !«• ..-imply . Miuni, Ami it there Is a sWgtot tang i.i WttemMM in thin wwk'f ' .MBmi m iu.'i l>. patient for ii will all Ih (.'sunt next week. KmSI '* Plfet'lj) IWHi failed *• rhfi*'# a nice little (wvigiis a round 176 pound*i hoy in this insti- tution, add b - ivcoii two or ihi..- prows EiM u- They were just the stiM't ..f Mfwinv. that w* toeded, but o I'm*, lu- luts faded to brtiiK them in. If umom- el.-.- moved to Write imriloious j.ofiii;-., rotr«.- njtlti nhiitd. for tin--. column i'lMvi ► it. Tltia column wh created a mi outlet for the u iioun.iiilK Ittaint of the indent!, of tInh t oll.-i!. And In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1928

* I ip iiai iBBIMMI Iftii Si mm. a*SS OF 1921 J vmrnml for one wm TRADITION M 1MH— WKW" CK1KBRATED WITH V ARIKTY mmrnma* — pr<M;R\M tUiHKfc WITH HHi PARTY Abandoning all the,,r«tk-al mentor dignity, and lendirg themselves to * complete r*rniv«l pi«it ih - senior class of IMS has been engaging in «•" tertainment- «rf iwrj variety during th,* (Mist w«fk. The (rsclii Jon#! "Senior Wm*" began with a tea Sunday afternoon in Shi- Mary *rden I •■Ik"' entertaini'i) tin- faeult\ sum seniors. The color sehenn of given and white wm earned out in the decoration* i>f white Hag- ami grwwi e*mH " Tea wa> poured by Ada Mo** Sunday night the elaa* met at Hie Chtb House and attended the Baptist diuith in i> body. Early Monday morning si breakfast wiu n entertaining ffcuture of the week. aiui day Picture Stars Bil'icMit In "Stolon Bride" larqas Relates HI A. Experiences; continued fruw mat*' one j protogh.* mentally and pkyideaHy Th. ftr*t \mrriean pr.Hluctn.n ■>! ! '"" I1'"'"4"1 1"' Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1928

CHAT VOLUME XII NORTH I hXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DIjN I ON TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH II. 1928 I V B I \ § • • i i : MARY LEWIS TO APPEAR COLLEGE ANNUAL HFRF MONDAY EVENING BK,NG BROUGHT rai tvtrom r ,f0 C0MPLET|0N PRIMA DONNA TO GIVE FIRST ARTS I OF TERM HFR 24 CHANGES MADE IN PROGRAM OF FRESHMAN DAY SOPRANO OF METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY AMONG CON- TEMPORARY A R T ! 8 T 8 OF FRONT RANKS Mary Lewis, Prima Donna soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company, j will be presented at the College Audi- [ torlum on April i, at 8 o'clock as the first Fine Art# Course number of the spring quarter Miss Lewis id an American girl who climbed from musical comedy to the heights of grand opera In th* two year* since her debut at the Metropol- I itan, the has made a distinct and lasting impression and ban quickly and firmly established her self among the contemporary artists of the frr nr! ranks Mary Lewis is a singer who possess- es, besides her lovely and brilliant voice, youth, beauty, and a radian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1928

— CAMPUS tmr MM B*sr b# «* •!"" •M«M *«<««« Imiu4 H«flit Munti. Chwtan «•' aaroaras* t*nw*o J.«*" H«r> EiU WO. M- "y- Lav * SI« ik/rr, M*fa«r i N«*uk. U ro *«i Marx** KlUrmrt! Wmr«t UestSau ****** TUU ISTBKtOLUI'.UTB f"~" ■■""""TTION • Um M*Mm of Ow N«" T*" l*tt T*MS IM* Coi'um' i, 0. BALL. J*. * Uialrptft **> Typ<wr*f.toj feu IM Bwm T C. «a*>ot an ouiunr t« the *u-*uty pwrsaaitee of educa- fs< an«l fane Mr*. e •mount of urplu, matt** must of mniMitj b. formed in the mind* of *'— mrntmm in the midst of a i *nu«| group, of course. thert mutt I* an outlet for of this work off in order t® room for the a«ui i*latk«i uf ON. There | « Bttwmu activities in the CnWn that ««M be used for *u«h a purpose, but one of those which is .>ut t*nd>ng snd which come* to o«r attention ju*t no* is th* College lit- erary magasine. Th* Avesta. It is time now, according to tin- editors, for ma tonal to be submitted for the spring quarter >f Th* Avesta. Thi* is on* of th* beat out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1928

SPORT OCKS.ra ?/- GOSH rl—r mi it flower her the Eaglet! for the living, nor the Broncos <t stair championHhtp in Denton ear, but we had u state banket ■ in town anyway. The MeCiay •fa, composed almost entirely Heir* student* or exes, won the Amateur eiure raw •••>* •. le. They entered the Fort Worth W.A.A. WILL REPRESENTED AT T.C.I'. PLAY DAY Protor and Gamble toam of s twice Last week-end they emivl ^he reason by taking down the Hot er team from San Antonia % will eaae for the Texas flag. Right nice. Lo t but two game* -those the first two they played in the race in - the city legue. ■OCKS Gosh committed a grave error last It Happened Five Yearn Ago I. jcVMMRV a there are muny, many 1 i column* of thia ilk* in many, many j j college newspapers over the state and other placet, we decide to atart one of our own Here it is. Five years ago! Ye*, the College was in existence and perfectly happy under the cognomen | of Normal College. Here are a few ' things that we found in the C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1928

TH <i ifc (Mi C2 asruar* Such > on. of ft «< jftrim f 32. 1 ig wri nd j* ody ii iont t. ! adyb> or me But .th«r i m#.M t it t ramou from ' ilMH Hearts itut I But kWfttl n>« i PUS W to dr knowl ) us ion all wi But to the < At JaW when * casual comment 1 -' ;! ** H^TTtB Lflt* Ml UJtNBO*k T. C. High School Chatter EIGHTH GUAM ORGANIZES HISTORY mm WHS WEEK The eighth grade in the High School; (MM) organized a History Club. Sut«- | Mary Lewis of Metropolitan Opera V To Sing at Auditorium April 2 kvkmy nvt mv art unfit ENROLL FOR SPRINt. SESSION fresh Yoath Hip. bits hooray* Our person aaawered oar . impassioned fir* lor ami this week we have a nitre paean. called "Red-Curved by € H Thurman. Thurman !* a little boy wfco wnin a pretty, girlish hand f Nt wwr htm, but for farther description aw refer you to Mg 77. tine* "'"S the winter number «.f the Ave*ta. Thurman was editor of the first A vesta. during th, War; ha- written altnost as murk poetry as this Oc.j.uiu-tuator h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1928

book nook honors in heaves IWSI flMdl whether of *ui'h anhi* <-t«w| 4MM { ! a arvlttMi m4 BuMbif*. w decorative [ j feature m the ntarveluu* Itrerii. or | ocnaiMBt formed fey IN rlae#d band* of wood l.mrria and yesi-ria, or 4ac- I oration of aurfacex by d«f ply cut or ' rnoldfd plaster, often colored, art- the j ! chief ||«riM at Mud#jar. Prof. Kin* illustrate* Iter teKt with Wh«n th. "Texa* to & jcopiou plates, and numerous Hfwctfk- pulled out wn February t , U>tti example from more of lean known Bra*heai-n we* out of the Stat* of technical, and this is not a book for Texan* for the first time in twenty anyone who i unfamiliar with ar- year*. She ppM e th*? repremmia t hitevtural term* It would aeero aa f live of th« Alpha lota Chapter of th* if the author cmiM haw defined the Kappa Delta Pi to the Netioaai Ed- technical name*, of various features ucation Association meeting in Bos- before. instead at after, the entered ton The headquarter! for the Ti*a them, and as if th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1928

•P" «•— 1 To Control Routine Of prolonged ami cMtfeiu wad from aomewhere in Uw uadl fV0kMM| CHANGES MADE Y. W. C. A. PLANS GIRLS ATTEND IN PROGR AM OF SOCIAL EVENTS REGALIA FROLIC FRESHMAN DAY FOR THIS TERM TUESDAY NIGHT VOHMkH STVUKST AND QIASAJH ami. ARK M AH Hit l> SOCIETY—CLl US >f th* I k inowrtMliMI < ottage V|t j the first greeting extended to the '"hat reporter, «• tni- rung the doot tieil with the hop* of obtaining a per- iwlW be tow«J o .mtiuued from front page. t end of th« nOfiKAM l.NCLl DF.K PARTY, BIRTHDAY TEAM. TRAINING j CAW* ANH DIHCtSSION OF THE tAMPlS PROBLEMS The Young Women* Chriatian Aasociation is planning everal social ovenU for this term, according t<> Gertrude ralbert, president of the organitatioti Among them i* the Y VV ami V. M party which will be ween fifty g:rl> selected form the i *lven at the eluti house, May 12 re*hman clas and fifty upperclass-, At the end of each month, a Birth- nets Muriel Helm will select the day Tea will be gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1928

CAMPUS CHAT 1" " mmm § " i\ 1 VOLUME XII. NORTH TBXAS ST ATE TEACHhRS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 7. 1928 NUMBER 25 RECITAL GIVEN BY MARY LEWIS WELL RECEIVED AtlMSNtW of 2.0«« iik Alt AST in kuxnt varied pro- gramentire performance scores success B> ROBERT HAMMOCA Ma*> LtlWlk gttVO Mil MUltlellCK ol some 12,000 people genuine pleasuis Monday night, April z, when she iuig in recital in tin Auditorium at 8:1 i> o'clock. Her lovely aop ratio voice wu weti Uispia>eU in u program that tanged iroia verlg Ituliuii to modern group* aung in hngiurii, Krwcll, and German. Her true dramatic wugth #ua displayed especially in iier aria, whrsh was the WttiU torn ' Romeo and JullieUe" by Goutiod, and also in two eneeres. an ariette from the same opera andopeia and Musette's air from "La Boheme." In the latter, her paniomine added materially to the whole effect of the piece. ller rWO DELEGATES FROM COLLEGE ATTEND A.A.U.W. UK AN n VHK AMI) < ATHKRINE HOgWEI.I. REPRESENT COL-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1928

rm THK CAMPUS CHAT Ahuuhi IMter UKll! fwmi Krfnur IJuriD Kittutf political problem* uulrf fascinatr Hi'iiu*. white other* would mow thi* {way sn<t thai nix) took si the watch jaw ry two minute*. 8«wi enjoy [ h<«rtnv itwl r««ttnf poetry, 4$pM !>rvfer pruac. H all depend* |often the type of entertainment the individual* «* jo.v and what they are lnlatwatwl 1*. ' When an MUtiMimw * • whote i inattentive, possibly It i due to th** dt lltu*a of i Ik* sjteaker. but n 1* *«i<toni thai an entire audience is in- attentive Tlina* * ho are inattentive !*r« usually tkose who know nothing j«f tH« subject hem* dm-usaed and ,,,* naturally ijsttrotted «>. ether thin*- Then the fault i not with fht. speaker, but with the audience. *TAr> *$ ,.*, HaWiiWK < * " ",a,U'r "f *«"***> thl' «psake> and a* henafit to them- How«*. i «elv«*. those st'hii know a leetur* of ( h.:ru* (mw« # k,r, t ip type does not interest ihem i it. • r«ti uarriwn ■ ihitutd not attend. Then the "tw tin*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1928

1 ? u t Ul mmA 1 iifl CINDKK SQUAD TAKES MEET AS NETTERS LOSE T. 'A. C AIJtiIKH AND T. C. IJ. CiO DOWN WITH « I t AND 26 POINTM TO 14 l- FOR t"'KNTON TKNNI* TO r. <*. u. i t 1 111 SPORT A ocks; g^ay- SOSH ^ • 0 f| CvlM sprang Mw tWu-usI ^hturilay ..fi«tii««-h uii.J run away with lht. biir <' <! uf a triangular track nut field wM with T. C. tl. ami Mr Nlli fe*«* Ajririe* of Arling- a)ii Phi? powta wrri- «4 1-32 for >n^n, H 1-2 f"1' the Aggies and W tot the. Kcfjgm The T. C. U. ii«tu-r« j iiUh «t the last few years y brat in# the Kagle* on the court to ■■ Ragle* ya the red eight first phwws ♦|>> the fifteen in thf meet. In a lumber of thf events they took all lacea. No times were estraordinary Li account of the hiirh wind which jw from th« south, but the relay .«m put «n a nice exhibition, running iv mile m three minutes anil 3? H'unilx T. C. u.. with but half a team came out third, taking but three rat places, all of them in field events. Simpson for the Ragles took...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1928

.. THE C f* >hH hr«1 I i Suite 'loMlHF Otat « at ih. Ommma Uhat kimmtito Kdif ■ MHr: ■wtessgt MM* t<*U r* Mll"f Uwan Kd«"r Amwi iBiBfcJSSSiSJ MMtmTBIUS Anmi (v#ii * Mh U Kocrli EH bi-t Jtm* Simmfui Mmvm>b. Tumi rut, MKMHKU T Pttltl Printed l U St* J luatruewr I Danran Vk Hob AS* Recently, three paper of the Tea: These artic Jones, of T the studen during the Jones if a Wachers cc dated. J one- ii i'olieges ar- stitutions 1 met aes of that their thai, 'ii an} er It-arriiiu is of vast! people of 1 well tmine student.- iii say* tfca. ' ren and "chiMnm *.•« Jone- co instnjt'ors with # mt and A v S tain that tion wetf of the tew When n portance o tut ions, th given mwr To T. N, believes is teach t-1 i appreciate HAS While that four desk a ft to notice "Often it speaker instead of for inatt# of inatu inclined u is not en- *<o pen of pteph l>eople ar 1 hirijrs S< si; mus music, recital b> with one by Harry Similiar public np neering. of chemi ■ CASUAL COMMENT B* M ATtll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1928

I.I , ill l" <\ in A «*, V uf Wuli j PS BOOK NOOK 9fhe Women Have Their Own Way," and Other Translations Th* Homen Ha<t Their Way; \ Hundred Year* <Mi; Fartaaato; The t suh f« Alfanueque by .Herafin B«id Joaou*" A. QuinU?ru Trans "A Prince of Outlaws Mth Museum Receives wkury A rdens—Lees Item, gave the Article*it V aried | iSF/o/f/ Joint Meeting 52Sn T" A attire This Weem ^ " f fckA* A PjAjaLattfi as BE al. f ^ ■■ an LiA _ i ** go m 1 ,1 . j ■ *hw pniiml; Mimn Bra, retary-treaaurer; and B Th«- Mary Ardent and Lees held a Several contribution* srul loans taM0,nt '*** Friday rVMung. lal.sl from Mte Spanish by Helen^ The Count Alexia Tuhtey, author Mr„ urn Hail«> Granville-Baker. ti&Q, Utile, Bruwn and Company. A Priaee « f Outlaw* (prlutt lipai). by Count Ataxia Tolstoy. VlMnriMMtf tmm lla Russian by' Ommm A. lin'O ( ^ ■* : tha k*WrW*l a*.: „r.,nUl dMsiow1 March SO. in th* Mary Arden l*£ Ueftl 13.0* Alfred A- Knopf, uf Utt mu#, u(lt h,,.,. )MM.n mi(Vtl| U> choose t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 April 1928

MK. Ft ma Houtu Girls Mr. wtd Mm. JT. H. John*on Hf *iri uf the fim Cerana Uown and ffitteu with it part> at tin. Mary Arden Lod«e, Mt«no > evening, April . lit at I o'«hMk ..v BmnmiUMw .for the party were wild finwn charmingl* arranged areuna the rooms. KefrcaiuaenU yelin* anu wbit* ice-cream ana * *♦•' food tiki- squares were nerved *''avar of hmnii haater baeaeu were wn itit ptate* UanM at banco, bridge, •ad louy-two furnwheu the «tuu >.- ■mi lot the gue u. Besides the girt* of thi two houM* the jlrttowing wen* present UuUi cooper, Mr*. Leia IMckaon, ana Choice McClure, Clyde VU- t. ana Vitgii Mine*. of McKinney Elementary Council To Make Chart Plana An important mating of the fcle- iiuiiiai.- Council will Of held at the Mary Arden Ludge, Mood*) evening. April i , at ? o'clock, awarding to ZeJda Richfaurg, president. The ciub is making charts on health, from different kind* of illustrative material* obtained from various companies. Ail girls who attend the meeting have b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1928

—"nrfir TflU'ftll III Tt*". ""*frn"T— ^ Hlf KiJW (iaf.^Kpj.iitTi"T (Hnn , ffi THE PUS CHAT —■ vol.UME XII. NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE UENION, TEXAS SA TURDAY APRIL 14. 1928 Nil VtBliR N i \ Ik i i $-yi ross compton is given office in pi kappa delta ELECTED PROVINCIAL GOVER- NOR AT NATIONAL MEET DEBATERS MAKE GOOD SHOW- ING IN CONTESTS Eos* Coioplon. dtbitv coach, was elected provincial governor of the Lower Mississippi Region of Pi Kap- l>«i Delta hi the recent Pi Kappa Delta National • (invention held in Tiffin, Ohm c umpi>m, with foui debate iopii-ienUHv,- of the College, "us. peasant al thus conference which was held April 2-f> His election will likely menu that the regional convention of chapters of the states in the laiwer Mississippi will be held at the ' liege next year. The debater*. Rebecca Davis, Elithe Hamilton, R S. Vestal. and Elvin Mager-.. participated in the debate content* at the national meet which were open to both men and women. The preliminary d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1928

Mwqwwwffpy g mm*m i®iS ill mi CAMPUS OUT i at thr Wank Tmh« ijHiifc,,, n ««4 m iw—i aass itoii ur *< Hm . -mtatttrf l UMWa T«Mm i. ■tar *. IKM n (%tt <w *•*. It M •T*r fetitm fti «Hpr KOu,' t* Miter • ijfflfc .U&iUit' KHUw HawilWm Muntkiwt Hthtlfrr Kotwrt H mmo.k Churlis Comwi! (p u H frt#or til«> Cmw Hvrtratul Heftir. EXCHANGES si-' The two adMM* dud industrial art« department# have added quit* * bit of «** aqwipraant since the ia« mrtitwn wm made of their KtnittM These depart- nwt>h are improving thair facih- tie* for taking ian oi an in- crease ->1 student* -Siui Ku iiyluw. Since the college and universi- ties ate a«ay with the langu- age and mathematics requirements, student* are able to uUc the subjects for which they an beat suited- In the day* whet) Latin and Greek and two or three years of math were re- quired far a degree. students had very little time to take scientific subjects But now nine* the field has been opened. these are th. fastest gnmmg detrime...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1928

iSTOl ml:: I m "*xi: The Hook Nook CASUAL COMMENI i 1 .1 u iii ull ml'mjtnimhili f, C. High School ('hatter W C. E. 8, Students Present Play on | 4lmd Citizenship Edited H) Bertram! Hefliti '•''I llt .|p P.. in, cdt.j,. •" l> tin I H lit | M t i-ii ItettS •Rlfctt:' ' W •lig ' .'i <Ji «fci t til ill. n«! wh amti l**y tm« come will gone - t;)( tb column hat (It say ! it fpf •'*« thurt one reason J , a KB ranjarb* tml tin- Frwdt miirttf oi&k*> wou'bj be ,->f « mere !11« ' iialtiiv, and M<c<.i«({j}. • t,a i.a«*#t r'# bodyguard and . „!(>'■! i* tm upperelaeamati. (i, ih ..si tunc a wisdom ami " \ ti«*k «i> his - m forth a How id' «>)u- iJiiii*. hettrd, and m-vei eti * i'U OiiipMlS • lit ;ii'tfiitii* debater* have f ,• *.> i Hiio > aiwid*, and . ,>.( !• 'they #ii tolerably tuten-eii their age, consider 1 ktk !'"'4 ««' •• all UMt i ::«rs fc<ni fifl.'i, WStb • ttily - tfeo1 •. ,tl! I or ih.S S>' ,•! Vtagf I Wij;( 4.|'rUK(Ul<|. Hi 1 1 * making...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 April 1928

AGGIES AGAIN BOW TO EAGLES ' form :iiSP^pM'' oad. Dante*. third time JggJ at-cMMl* ^ ' "j low hutdl« . Jerden. Denton f.rst, Burke. Daitfoo, mc- Filiw.ors, Ik'tu. r.. thin) Ium 26.2 (J 2-taih run Bohey. Denton, first Poise*. !• -ni-fi. 'rcuiKi; Swtndall. Denton. third Time it minutes, 2.6 aafitonds. 44u-> ani dash. l.tKina, ®*ntM firat, Wilaun. l>ent-n. *<i«nd; t ear imp, imim Agg m, third. Tinw &•£ aeeond§ii*. . , HO Urtw run Simpson, IkMot, first, Monroe, Iv-nton, second; liut- choson, ivfit.it.. third. Time 2 roin- ut< , U seconds Mil' :*Ja$ : H.Utn (Bulk*, Dea- em, M !i> >ii Lucaai first; Junior .tUgH". safcowd; Dentoft. third. Tune il miiiuws, 40 seconds. Pole vat*".;. Kir - una Ferryman. Denton; Nolan awl Smith. Junior Aggies. tied for fir>'. Hfifltt JO feat. ■I inchaa. juw; Smith, Junior Ag- gies. < i r t; Dike ami Penyman, iii'jitosi. tiv'i io! weeoatf Height, 6 f<t*t, t UU tU f- ireeej. Junior Aggies, first, Titti>. Junior Aggies, second; B...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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