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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1935

*> THK CAMI'I'S CHAT. ItKNTON. TKXAh. THI'RSHAY, JANUARY 10. 193ft lans Mold SIhr Banquet Monday Ni^ht I'lii' Trojan held I tini regular meeting ill the IvMirli' ufe Monday night, in the form of u -tag bainiuet I In' elub reeentlv tar ted huvinir a tag Imiit|uet on the fir-i meeting nil'lil in i'lii h month. Kill Short, I ii' iili nt. presided ovei the meeting, with twenty one iiiimiiUt.- present I'ht* growth and aetivities of ttu> club fui I In- • nt-1 I'liii'-tcr was reviewed and enniiiiented on by tin member-, in an open forum discussion. New bu iuc of ini|M)rtanri' wu- discussed in the same manner. Kal|ih Smith. appointed to write lni information on dub pin.'. gave a favorable report, and the first order will In- >ni to the cmpany in the ncai flit ui ••. Pledging activities fr next semester, and revision of the constitut 1011 writ' the other main topic discu -I'll. The ineetuiK was the inn. i intenting and profitable one <■ i iIn- year, reported President Bill Short....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1935

I ss THF CAMPt'S ( HAT. HICNTON TK\AS. TMCRXDAY, JANl'AKY 10, IWI5 faitrkar HSiao4 f Diacintf imp t times must un nuy ing Of Athletes; AIm Warned Te Stop Drinking and Gambling At Games TRACKMEN WILL ScbeMe For CO TO LAREDO Prosit Cagers T. C. U. DEFEATS EAGLE (HINT KK(M,S lOMh FROM ItKHIM) IN SK(ONI) PKKIOI); SCIIHK .14-19 After trailing behind the l>enton Faglo in the first half of the trame at Fort Worth last Friday night, the F. C. I'. Frag* came Ixtck in th«- Keeping football in the amateur field and an a moans of intercollegiate cwmpetition ai> the topic of tht- da\ at the American Football Coaches Association which met rwtatljr at New York. Coaches left • the convention noi nly worried about rebuilding taani: for next year';- season, hut with added concern over the warnings to protect the game by deleting semi profession «' >m and the discontinuance of un- ethical practices. Also rests on their heads a move U) curb drinking and iranihlmtr among the spectators in the o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1935

SKNIOKH! I.IHI \CTI\ ITIES FOR M I I A THE CAMPUS CHAT J VnlJ MN XIX north texas 8tate TEACHEKS college. DENTON, texas, THURSDAY. january 17. 19s5 M LIBRARY STAFF HOSTESSES AT OPEN HOUSE WELL A TTENDED STXKTED WHEN LIBRARY (iOT 50.000 VOLUMES, IT NOW MAY ItEUOME A (TSTOM I hi purpose <if the Open IIhuhc held I>y !h< l.ilirury Saturday and Sunday afternoons front I to ! < *- dock, to familiarize students with 11 > resources, and to encourage r«tad iUK hy demonstrating the great van • > of material, wa admirably ful- fti 11«'.i in the two days of exhibition, according' to opinions voiced by many who attended it. This wa the second Open House held by the Library, the firm ne being originated by the late "r K. L. Marquis upon the occasion of ob- taining the fifty thousandth volume last year In addtion to th«' many vuluini's the l.hrary contain* several thousand pamphlets and public docu- ments and thoii.sand of picture and clipping "f various sorts. Exhibit- from each ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1935

i I ;t m If TIIK < AMI'l S CHAT. DKNTON. TKXAS THI 'RSI>A V. J AM AK\ 17. HM6 Chat Entered u •i iim PaHoffiM at CI Ma Mail Matter «. t l« MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE pre88 ASSOCIATION hditor Associate Editor amocisu Editor Society Editor Bunnee* Manager Sponsor Sponsor EDITORIAL STAFF Kenneth I- Smith Aivin Irby Robert McCloud Margarettc Garrison CurUs W Ueon J. T. Pearson W. A Larimer ASSISTANTS Jan.es lice Baldwin, Jr., Bdl Chambers, Margaret Crawford, Lola Belle Curbo> Juanita Kckert, Knth enne Hamilton, Marguerite Herren, Evelyn Marten* E. J Reeves. Waltci Merriman, Violet Roark. Mun roe Ruoker, Mary Elizabeth Windk*. THEY STAND OUT By Dude Neville THE FUTURE! What ioe* it hold for you? \N ho know*.'.' Who can-*'.' Well, then let's change the subject l«'t- change our MK'ks. Let'n hui wait' Here's that gal 1 seen you with last night. She hits a crystal hall ball (not genuine, of course) and a set of falae t '«*th Incidentally, she tells fortunes, Don't blame us for what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1935

THE CAMPII8 CHAT, l>KNT« N TKXAS. THl'KSDAV, JAM AKV 17, 1086 i k AG H LI RS WILL SPONSOR DANCE MONDAY, JAN.2H Wabian Night* Will He Theme For Xll-College Dance Nc\l SvmMrr «<itjr the dance season for th«> new sem<'ster, the kaghlirn, womcn'ii <n utl i'IiiI) on th«' lampus, will be Ihi ii's i" at an nil t 'ollege dance to lif given in tlu* llama* gymnasium Mi inlay, .lauuary iJK KuIIowiiik ' In* Arabian Nights tin-mi', ilif gymnasium will be decor at imI lis a l<i11|iU-, various colored lights be I UK used t,o set off the decoration-. I In oriental unit if will be cmi'i umI nut in all tbf decorations. r«>iit|>!•* window* and arched doors will In' used to net off tin- dance floor and th1, orchestra, under the ill n't-1 it hi of Floyd Graham, will play from black ami 'ed music stands carrying he Kaghln insignia. Those in tin' receiving line will lit' \li and Mrs. Han Ivey, and Miss M am it- Smith, sponsors, ami Mis- I.aura Hea Adams, Harvey Kidloti, Mi-,* \vone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 January 1935

THK CAMPI H ( HAT. DKNTON. TKX AS, THCRKDAY, JAM'AKV 17, IMft f ■ HEIGHT ENABLES TCI TO TAKE Tf in basketball TBMMS ANNOUNCED TCH HNA.MKM I'KON IS E S WKIX-BAI.ANl Kl> TEAMS CI-OHEIA IM.AYEI) (.AMES Hy Kill Maya With well-halane«-l tvanu entered, the intramural I« -k« Miall series, which liri'tiiiMK u> lie the most closely-con- tested intramural event this year, h U-gun yesterday. A rerew for final exams will be held until January following the games tomorrow. Two games are ichvduied for each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday af ternoon, the first at 3 o'clock, and the second at 4 o'clock, and will continue through February lh. Basket hall award* will !«• made on the same basis a.- in other events, iiU-ii Red tic id, senior manager, has announced. This basis is: partictpa lion, ten points per match, five points subtracted for each forfeited frame. At the end of the intramural play, medals will lie given to the ten men with the highest participation score, and medals will be given ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1935

1 f mm VOLUMN XIX north texas state teachers college. denton, texa8, THURSDAY, january si, 1986 NATION CELEBRATES HIS BIRTHDAY SENTIMENT OF DIGEST POLL IS AGAINST WAR PARTIAL RETURNS FIVE HI'KMT ION 8 ASKED .125,000 STUDENTS FROM COLLEGES OF AMERICA Partial returns on the pttrc pull conducted l y the "Literary Digest," rational weekly magazine, were re reived here Tuesday, ami tabulation ot these icsults shown a decided senli iiK'iil on the |>u> t of American college anil university ituHi'ntu against war unit it allied evils. Til.- Literary I i f«*>t Poll was sent to more than .'<26,000 students in more than 100 American colleges, anil five question* were nuked concerning their attitude toward various national proli- lems of timely interest. Shortly over .'{(),(HKI ballots have been leturiled from thirty colleges at this report, and majorities in all these in ututioiis voting have expressed this opinion. That the United States could lay out of another great war; that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1935

HI ma* THE CAMPUS < HAT. LHCNTON, TK\ AS. THI KSDAY, JANUARY HI, 1W The Campus Chat 1 •f the North Taaae Callage, Deatoa, T«u Chat Eatarad u Secoad Ciaaa Mail Matter at the at Dan ton, Taaae, I. 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Aaaociate Editor Anoeiau Editor Society Editor Business Manager Sponsor S power EDITORIAL STAFF Kenneth K Smith Alvin Irby Robert McCloud Margarette Garrison Curtis Wilson J. I). Hall. Jr. W. A. Larimer ASSISTANTS lanio 1 *•«■ Baldwin. Jr.. Hill Chamber*. JuaniUi Kckert, Katharine Hamilton, Bert rand Heflin. Charles Henderson. Eviyn MarU'iis, Hill May*. Eve- lyn Mctiaugh, Mr*. J. S. Reese, K J. Reeves, Mon- roe Bucker. Kulh Spurloek, Martha Bess Tisinger. Bryant Wilson. Mary Klir.abetn Windie. THEY STAND OUT By Dude Neville The ChaH er (Box Been Pbces- SCENE FROM SATURDAY PICTURE (Continued from Page U __________ we saw what we thought wa* a suh- I'OLICF!! Til Kl< I In V KKMMMKM marine, and we started in on it Irt- IN THE HOI S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1935

ra I ^ VI1 •If Rop |r> I ' l'H |j. in I lit* I M ll'l ( 8 $ I V.Helena Rubinstein TROJANS PLAN FOR SMOKER TO HONOR SPONSOR Cluli Aequirc* Howie in Which Member* Are To hive; Officers ChoHen Memliers of the Trojans Ini<l 111uii first H "'""ker honoring Dr K M. Dai was newly elected sponsor of the founded, called "The Trust Tw ." The «W« tion at a meeting held in the J,, leader is M.n.v lie itouchina, the wife T,°Jhm n"UM- Tuesday evening. Dr products grew insistent, the y*touiati%cd Uauty industry Rrashears To Leave Saturday For Illinois Mi v Uttiv Hraahears, reference librarian. will leave Saturdav for tJr- liana, Illinois, where she will continue her studies in the library sihnol of (he Cniversity of Illinois. Mr mix-I'm of the library staff honored M ims Brashears with a waffle supper the home of Miss Kolierta Moss EXES HAVE DRIVE Griffiths To ARABIAN Be Speaker For If 8BTTiN€ Campus Homes KAGHLIIIAAMCV "_i Miss Nellie Griffiths, member of GROUP RESUMES ACTIVE , . edueatibn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 January 1935

I w pi" !t| tub, 'HE AMP H\T DESTOX TE\*> THI USD AY JANlARI «L If EAGLES TAKE VICTORY PUvrtowsB FROM AUSTM COLLEGE KANGAROOS TUESDAY E LAST GVME TWO GAMES FRID 4 mm cm SE ASON OPENS TWO VESIREMKX HA NY.' HAIPTHASS ' JIRY AS WI HEM E PROM HOPEWELL HARD-FIGHTING IS WEH;HED AT TEACHERS COLLEGE a C«r pm ' toat ray you mm tto* *a> to M y.nmmr mm aaa«- wi u wni rjr to dea.-i* tfw fat* «( w K. SPORTSCRIPTURE ** A 4tllf.Vffr46MS — aat -rail oat tn* uw tat with a raaait #( tW p«a*««i tna. REVESGEIS **K°Wl4ERS WILL PLAY ~ 4 r.* -wa- - ■«. -*- TW ;.f*«u. ar-l~-r. W,.J By T ro Ni *h , Ml HI \MI N H IN And i W wWn all the hixii win. min« to tW *id >1f their GAME THl RSDA} RAGGED * ROIGH EAGLES TXKE LEAP AT TV Wi«e*ta <f At f« ;.•■**■*• Uok rr *Tig* ztfbi tit t«* Har- *>• ' defeat *ar..«r m tW *4 tW ¥.**!**. i~-m rnrsT oe g*me pi. a ye n HERE ** , " " M :i tv V *hai TW Far toaafcattoaU -*a<T «*e ed t pra-a>nf*r*ar* >>a#k.«toa." «*a* W- T«*-*-tay - if* * ar. ««iv 2* *&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1935

m I r icir It [ llf I i I THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUMN XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHEHS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7,1986 C HANGES MADE IN FACULTY FOR THIS SEMESTER l.f.A VES UK ANT KD l>|{. STOV ALL, DR. MOUSE \RE NEW ADDITIONS TO TE \< HI\<; STAFF I.K< "PURER Several changes in Hi.' tenchine taff nf tin College hav<* been made for the hew sfmeiitiir, according to " <d from I hi' off 10" of |l| \\ .| M i ■ m in' 11, pre- ident. Mi Floyd Slovall has arrived from • hi- t niversity of Texas to accept a n'li "ii ihr Fnglish facultv of the < Hi- will till the vacancy all-i-il b\ the (li-ath of (icorgi Med i lor la.nt semester. Dr. S to vail was chairman of the Fnglish ilo|)artment at thr University. Mis Corrii' W Alli'ii of (hi- l i'inon stratum School has been granted a loavo of absencc to assist in super visum student teaching anil to toaoh classes m the art of teaching at the I niversity of Texas. Mr*. Alton ioioivoiI her haoholor of arts degree from thr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1935

THE CAMPI'S < HAT, DKNTON, TKXAS. TH'TSDAY, FKBRUARY 7, 108ft •II m t The Campus Chat 1 by Student* of the North Teacher* College, Don ton, Toiu Chat Eatored u Second Claaa Moil Matter •t Um Poo to (flee ot Don ton. Texas, December 8, 191A MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Aaoociotc Editor Aaaociate Editor Society Kditor EDITORIAL STAFF Kenneth E Smith Alvin lrlty Robert McCloud Margarettc Garrison Curtis Wilson E. J. KIH'vi'S J. I). Hull, Jr. W. A. Larimer Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Sponsor Sponsor ASSISTANTS James Dec Baldwin, Jr., Bill Chaml ers, Wood row George, katherinc Hamilton, Charles Henderaon. Kvlyn Martens, Hill Mays. Kvclyn McGaughy. Olive Milhrandt, Mrs. J. S. Reese, E. J Reeves. Monroe Rucker, Ruth Spurlock, Martha Hess Tisinger, Bryant Wilson, Mary Klusaheth Windie. THEY STAND OUT By Dude Neville The ChoH er (J3o* By De Filthy Mi Nasty HKlilA), please! New students and old. have you had your la-auty struck this term? The activi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1935

I THK CAMPUS CIIAT. DKNTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY. FKHKI'AKY 7, IW f> BETA DANCE TO FEATURE THEME Or VALENTINE l>4<nir ti< To ('trrv Out rt Motif \| \|lCol|r|{i> Stlurdiiv \it?hf A moI it uf heart; W|!| "'I i" alivi' eheine of the \ al' i«t111. All « olii-irt t.ance pon-or "I l'> Heta Alpha Kin. Beta in I:uiriss (• mint iuni Saturday eve nilie from 11 in jy o'clock. Iii aililil on In I In- dune ng, several uliiii' ii hi. app <pnatc ti, Hit- (ici'ii inn mv promi cd by member nf the !ti > li iin making plans for the a If m i. Mil'i will In- furnished liy Klnyd (iiahum and hi- orchestra, and t e tin ii will he prepared for dancing Ihi' receiving linr will consist of the four ranking officers of the rluh iiiiiI iIhm* sponsor, |)r. ami Mrs. S. H McAlister. President Alton Hi.van' suites, "We art- especially anxious to have • •'ii first all-college dam the yeat a inn -uccesr und urge that everyone utu-nd if |iossible." I Ins w ill l.f a regulai all -college affair; admis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1935

II Is # ii THE < AMPtjM HAT MBNTOK. Tt.\K - THI RM'AY, FFBKl ARY T. 1M* "nmnnAimr irnnu «««• ALMOST FINISHED 'ii'YlrLr. Xar4*r AMI\ %NI> (,< ><. Kit KKRS «T ARC LEADING IN BASKETS \LL Wit* tkeir initial meat af tl _ . . _ „ * U pia> faat in* ng lilt float eat Mm «^Jjr a few w~ek off. t dart m ^ ir>Uwnurk. i^ketbali Mn« 'W SpffUmin't track squad i* work <j« ;u.S'«-r* are hegmr \g V' vwtur a •ng lMkr<i kb attempt tc get iuu- ■•tap* gue* that th« final game* *sl! t U) make * crvdiutik skewing at tke <"'• *♦!> fougfct t*!*wr, the Army and eanua. lontrf OljtmpK mswt ImM at U* (ion* Kicker*. with "'a" • run I ,*re«V ao Waa hiagtain'a birthday nl "•* •*'* - ''-f ' rs=s •,e. f ihinai XX A* thi* onset draw* ''racket* 1; the owtMarwitng track m*r\ at ta# "> thi* -osiihwest and of Mexme )t will be JWt '•«** of th tifl«t. a* far a.« eorope TW cto*e«t titWMR n ' f«wr*>. r which the «a.- between Eagle- will «ngag> danng th« MNVf !-!rK>nn*> H M«a*"F....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1935

i THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUMN XIX mmmm NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, If HOUSE MEMBERS PLAN TO VISIT CAMPUS Dr. Ruby Smith Announces Plans of Spanish Contest SYMPHONY TO BE PRESENTED I (>KJ WORTH ORCHESTRA Will. UK llh AKI> HKKK \S KINK AIM'S MM UK l< I - • > 111111 it t ion of the Fori Worth Nym phony. which will he presented in the Vuditorium Monday evening, Fehru ary 2f>. a- a line arts numlatr, was made twenty two years ago with C. I). I.link as organize! anil first three The follow ing yeai the orchestra played untiei the baton of Carl \frith. Mile to economic eoriilltKills, ni'tivitieH were sii perilled until I'.M'.t whl-n ai t'Vi lies were begun a train tinder the leadership of A \ Bouton, who ha.- subsequently remained with the or- eht-tra as first clarinetist. 'I'h. present organization was brought aliout hy Brooks Morns, present conductor, who served Ins apprenticeship as concert master !ii each of the three earlier seas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1935

THK CAMPUS ( HAT, DKNTON. TKXAS. THCKSDAY, FKHKCAMY 14, DMf. lit WW I " 1 . The Campus Chat at the Claw Mail Matter at Dm too, Tom, t, 1 1« MEMBER TEXAS INTBKCOLLEOIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL 8TAPP Editor Kenneth K Smith Associate Editor Alvin Iiby Anocute Editor Robert MeCloud Society Editor Margarett* Garrison Manager Business Manager Curtis Wilaon E. J. Hwve* J. 1). Mall. Jr. W. A. Larimer Buai: Assistant Sponsor Ipuwr ASSISTANTS James Dec Baldwin. .! , Hill Chambers. Woodrow George, Katherine Hamilton. Chariot Hendaraon, Evlyn Marten*. Bill Maya. Evelyn Mrtiaufthy. Olive Milbrandt, Mrs. J. S. Reese, K. J. Reeves, Monroe Hucker. Ruth Spurlock, Martha Bens Tisinger. Bryant Wilson. Mary Elisabeth Windle. THEY STAND OUT By Dude Neville The Chatter (3 ox Tero Nash Beta Dance Uses Valentine Motif I'nuaual effects were achieved in carrying out the valentine motif of Dill Vol' ? Hut. of Course you did! I'rac the BeU Alpha *4h< Beta fiance which tically everyone did. And did you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1935

l.XNIIAL DANCE ON fEBKVARY ti IS I'l. I NNEB BY C.L.C. l,n,.rl\ Will Replace Willis \« 1'iesulenl of Current Literature ( lull lli/.altelh Fetterly was elected ■ < ini iit Literature i lul> • I meeting nf the organization i . riMion at live u'oliN'k. Sin ■ < I Mary Willi*. Virginia ■,,i - elected parliamentarian to i H mirj Ifft liy Mary Eliaalwth wb formerly hclil that posi r tlic annual Gcotge Wah > tdge dance, tn lit- In-Ill I- 11 nt. I' ehruary Jti. in thi' ifyin wi n ilium til, and commit 1, -lii'Matkiiih ami games wt>ri' > it'll ax follows: n' hit t y WilliHtin, I i t* It-ii I oi othy • aily, Susie Mildred II and Mti'KH'et Frishy. . iiim nt • Mary (Mia ('order. < Iiim nliall, Irene Fry, Oncta ii'ii, Opal Harrell, Opal M Mai gueritr Fuller ■ <iw Mary K. Fetterly, Mary . 111 d 1 1 Kutli McNeil, Evelyn Margaret Hray, ami Mildred Margaret Hray, Virginia 151 ■ 11 > Willison, Mt'lfii W 1111 ■ |i Neville, and Mary I'! Fet- THE ('A II I'l IS CHAT. DENTON. TE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1935

r • ■ ■ s ' 4 fel t i 11 f f . t i ■TO riffi ill Br i THK CAMPUS CltAT. DENTON. TKXAH. THURSDAY, FKRHl'ARY 14. IWIh PHATHER CAUSES SPORTSMAN GMEF AS HIT NEARS BOKIMR OLYMPICS SPRING GRIDIRON EAGLES DEFEAT LUMBERJACKS Lead hLMM Star CeifereMe SEASON TO ST ART I SAM HOUSTON IN DOWN EAGLES BnsivEifsrr Thr Stephen K. Austin I umlt ijai k* HU H WKKK'S TRAINING TO tontinur In lead thr Lonr Star Co#f i rncr l>a krtltall championship race, haunt' won four games and lost noae in thi' competition to date Coininiw, wham thr liiimlwrjMlu barrly «!•* featrd last weok, in I hi only tram with h rhnih'v l« nosr them out « f thr title Thr other three tttania. Shiii HK<ilN MONDAY KOR AM. HMITHAII CANDIDATES REV EN UK LOSS EOI'RTH STRAIGHT L. S. C. (iAMK IK l,OHT; CAIN IK T. C. SCORER SPORTSCRIPTU RE Next fall's grid tram will Ik- given a rhinrt to polish up on the fun da mentals of football mid new mriuliers it rhtntf to become liettri acquainted llitfiNtoii, Snii Mamie, and Ponton, are with th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT \ ( il.l'MN XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. EERRl'ARY 21, 19.15 NUMBER tt Home Economics Class Teaches Students WiD Bond Issue Is Expected For Etiquette for Social Functions Signing Soon dikectok members read, discuss and practice correct procedure for all occasions to PAY PWA LOAN \\ol<k ON MARQUIS H \l.l M\^ NOI UK FINISHED m i OKI MID-SEMESTER OF NEXT ^ E \R \ rrival of the tlll'i.liuil bond i.v m> t" ignaturc of College official- . vpected in tin1 near future, l>r. VV I McCunnell mil recently foi owing u con fen-nee with It. A. limit, member of the State Hoard Teaehei t nltegc Regents Sal ui day Mi Stuart accompanied the Iegi dative appropriations committee mi then tour of the Campus. I hi* bonds are tn he Used to repay |>ei cent < f the l\ W A. loan loi the construction of Marquis Hall. \ r rival uf t hi* lxmds would, lie a defi nite stride toward the actual run -truction of the Mali, it was said. College officials...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1935

THE « AMITS I HAT, IHCKTON. TKXAh. Till KSHAY FKHKI' AMY 21. MM ii H w ■ fl < m The Campus Chat 4 by Student* of Um North Tnu Teacher* Collage, Denton, Toms* Chat Entered u Second Claas Mail Mat tor •t the PaatofTicc at Denton, Taxaa, December 8, 101C KKMHKK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL HfAFF Editor Kenneth E Smith Aaaociate Editor Alvin liby Aaaociate Editor Robert McCloud Society Editor Margarette Garrison Curtis Wilson B. J. Reeve* J. II. Hall, Jr. W. A. Larimer Husinens Manager Assistant Business Manager Sponsor Sponsor ASSISTANTS James Dec Baldwin. Jr., Bill Chambers, Woodrow George. Katherim Hamilton, Charles Henderaon. Evlyn Martens. Hill Ma>> Evelyn McGaughy, Olive | Milbrandt, Mrs. J s. Keeae. E. J. Reeve*. Monroe Kucker, Ruth Spurlock, Martha Bess Tisinjrer, Bryant Wilson. Mary El^abeth Witulle A MAN'S VRT Increasing interest in dancing for men hits manifested itself on ail sides during the past few years, and one wonders if perhaps the psy- c...

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