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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1935

Spanish Contest N'i,u:«y men a... To Bring Awards ttJftdw TIIK CAMPUS CHAT, l K.MTON, TKXAK, Till RSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. lMft M. I>i I .mi nu llai an' tn U' awarded in Spanish contest to be In lil ||, tern with the Interscholastic ' "I Region I, April in, I en, hers l nllege, accord Ruby Smith, ilii<•< t<>i „f ii l«i. uji; department i'iimh ing (hi1 iniiUmt, ni iiiukiiig tin highest " awarded a gold mi'iiul; ■ 11v «.*!', tliu i| ami ue each. tilt 11, Inn \ l|OW pill iliwi, till l-|j||U Kt will iii r«'l> a ill ten Dictation anil vii 111 1 > l< ' "ill I*' given, ami two ■ tinn will ilea! with t|u. uw, ,,c ni.i pronominal tonus. Cumpeti- i i open to all aucond year hiu i;' in high chool* ni' Region ;i . nati'r tongue in Fnglish. F C H S. DEBATERS ATTEND MEETING l« '1 "ii; Horn the Teachers C0| it inli School attended an in ii n meet at t **iii^villi- Tuesday ni othei schools represented wi n Xamna, Sherman, Denton High, ami < luiiibv ilit.*. ' ! " « ain, Hiilh* ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1935

THK CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, TIM KSOAY, KEBItl'AKY 21. IIMfc 0 \ 1 M I SportScripture AS Wit AC MED BY •ill Ckifflbtn Cage Bum Nmt End Intramural basket i>al I came to mi end Monday af'ermmn when the Hone- kickers defeated the Dinosaurs to maintain their clean slate of rietorics. While thf intramural season closed before that of the varsity and freah- man eager*. that of the latt«y wii due to reach a timsh last night with their liattle with Weatherford Collt|«. Two games remain on the Varsity schedule; a game with Austin College at Sherman Monday, and the sole re- maining conference encounter, thnt with the Commerce I.ion*, here Wed- nesday, the 27th. Ft in with pleasure that Teacher* College stmient- greet the end of liasketial! season. The material avail- able this season was not only small, but extremely raw. Only one man, Captain Co*, had had experience on the varsity squad. The iren who came up from the freshman squad of the year before lacked height. Tho fact thnt the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXA8. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 19S6 r TIPA Material "for Education's Sake" Is Due Monday Reason T. C. Students Give Morning At 8 hor WorHngAt AU Trades 14%/ Mniii-ou Uiiflfur SUBMIT TO JUDGES NO LIMIT TO NI'MRER OF MWrsCRIITS THAT MAY ME ENTERED All T 1 I' A. material must lie 'ii I hi hand of the contest officials by Mondnv morning at K o'clock, se cord ii Ui Marguretti Garrison, who in charge of the local contest. Nothing will be ««<• ••«■}'t1 after that t 'me, !'s it will nil go to the judge:- nn that day. \ nyoiii wi-hing I" submit material slould leave his entry, with Mis.- Gar riM'ti. or with one of t! #• following pei'moiis, who will -erve a- imiff- • I I' Hull, .lr., Mi Virginia 11 u 11 f ■, Dr. I' M I'a i null, In Floyd Stovall. or Mi Muntie Smith. I'lu one entrv -elei te<l us the bast in each division ere will hi' sent to II linti-vilti' ' i I i entered bj the I'ii1 lege in the Associations contest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1935

THK CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TICXAK. THCRSDAY, FFBRt'ARY 2*. 1935 The Campus Chat « Km CI am Mail Matter •t Denton, Tim, . ie MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE FRM8 ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Anihli Editor AaaociaM Editor Society Editor Kenneth E- Smith Alvin Irby Robert McCloud Margarette Garrison Curtis Wilton E. J. Reovw J. D. Hail, Jr. Buainou Manager Aaeictant Business Manager Sponsor ASSISTANTS James Dee Baldwin, Jr., Bill Chamber*, Wood row ! Gforft, Katherine Hamilton, Charles Henderson, , Evlyn Marten*. Bill May#, Evelyn McUaughy, Olive | Milbrandt, Mrs. J. S. Reese. K. J. Reeve*, Monroe : Rucker, Ruth Spuriock, Martha Bess Tisinger, Bryant | Wilson, Mary Klixnbeth Windle. A SMALL RKl|l EST "Claude G. Bowers, well-known author and editor, has written a short pamphlet on dis- covering the Old South. He is enthusiastic over the proposition, favored by the University of North Carolina, that the South should definitely take up the task of (fathering in from family garrets and ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1935

• , • a a • • • * • • a I • • • « • • • ■ • a I • « # I •' I • ( • I • 4 • THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY «, IMft ALPHA CHI'S GO TO AUSTIN MEET Mi^k Hi' i>ii' Shook. -|miii*oi niul Michard Peternian, pn sulent. of the I'.iul \N II 11 tin • ( haplei ol Alpha t hi. national i holm ship uciciy, rep resented thin fluipti I a- official dele- gates nt lh>' Regional Council Meeting held at IVva- I 'nivt i sity, Austin, last Ihorsdny ami Fiiday, February Jl mill Miss Myrtle Brown of tin uiuthematic depai t'-icnt \ilsu attention tIt*.* meeting a a visiting delegate. The meiting wa held in Austin this y«ar it|> n tin- invitation td I' alt nt II. *1 Benedict oi tin University of Texas, who is also national preni ilrnt of tin society. Mary Virginia Daniel, who com pletcd In i work in .lanuaiy, ami who I- now teaching in Itasca, was in th«• citv this week. Voertman's its fun- to save clippings and news items from the Chat and other papers Some young ladies--- 1 all i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1935

EAGLES PLACE THIRD AT LAREDO MEET — Sport Scripture AS PREACHED BY TOURNAMENT TO EAGLES LOSE TO DC UOT n UCRC ETEX CAGEKS IN DC Will HMVt SEA SO \ ('LOSER Bill Chambers Ihtanr Abbey By hi* outstanding performance at Laredo Friday night, Abbey re- ceived a I invitation to race against America'* premier miler, Glen~< Cunningham, at the Texas re- lay* on March 80. In extending him the record, Clyde Littlefield, I'niver- sity of Texas coach, recognised that Abbey's record as a distance runner i* greater than thai of any other runner in Texas. While no one ex-, pects Abbey to outrun the great Kan san, local fans feel certain that Ab- bey will make a lace lhat will bring him national attention. Pete Davis I'ete Davis, prominent music major in the College, lived up to his repu- tation of never missing a major sporting event in the Southwest, by turning up in Laredo in time to of- fer the Kagles plenty of vocal assist- ance Especially pleasing from "Roatta' Beef Pete's" standpoint was th...

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

• i • I# i* . . « • u « % > • • * • • • • • « • • • • 4 • • 4 THE CAMPUS CHAT mmmmm VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHEB8 COLLEGE. DBNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1986 mm Proposed Bill Would Treble Tuition *****#**# « ••••• University Students Oppose Increase I'hc tuition hik«- parsed l>y the ic^rixUttur«* two years ago will lie repeateil, this time raising the tuition *iut ol reach of most of the Teachers Col- lejife Stuilents, it a liill now before the house com- mittee on education is passed. 'I'hc proposed bill, introduced liv representative Harold Davison of Fisher County, will t > <-l>i<- the tuition- fee now charged al all -luii- iiist11it *' I inn-, rinsing it from $ to Slfitl foi til*1 long session. Othi'r Signers Hi uli'- the signature of llepn sentative Davison, iIm tuition l>ili wti signed liy Representative Yciiable of KUi> County, Fain ol' \N i-athcrford, Lotief of ( ins- I'Iiiiii- uml V\ <• (full of A permoiit. I'lif committee on i'du rati...

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

THK CAMPt'S CHAT. DKNTON, TKXAS. THt'KKDAY. MARCH 7. IttHfi The Campus Chat tf tlM Narth Clan Mail Matter at Dm tea. •. 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTBBQ0LLB01ATB PBB8S ASSOCIATION Editor Aaaociate Editor Associate Editor Society Editor BDTPOBIAL STAFF Kenneth E. Smith Alvin lrhy Robert MeCloud Margaret tc Garrison Curtis Wilson E. J Reeves J. I). Hall, Jr. Buainwa Manager Assistant Business Manager Sponsor ASSISTANTS James Dec Baldwin, Jr., Hill Chainbera, Wood row George, Katharine Hamilton, Charles Henderaon, Kvlyn Martens. Bill Mays, Evelyn McGaughy, Olive Milhrandt, Mrs. J. S. Beese. E. J Beeves. Monroe Rucker, Ruth Spurlork, Martha Bess Tismger, Bryant Wilson, Mary Elizabeth Windle. THEY STAND OUT Hy Dude Neville The Chatter (3 ox Tero N'anh of cour.se. you huve all heard about the Con- —— fereni'e that is to be held here on Mareh 1ft un«l KXTKMPOKANKOI S Sl'KKCH 16. It is always a great event for the faculty, First place won in a walk by student*, and for the whole college. We all tur...

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

% I • 1 i i * j • > * i • > « * • • V, <0 % !' * # • • • 1 • • • • * i THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TO At. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, IMt BETA ALPHA RHO BETA HOLD FINAL SMOKER OF YEAR ————- Beta Alpha Kh« Kola, men's frit tcrnity on ihe Campus, held its last smoker for the present lonu session Monday evening the house on Nor- mal Avert of. A an hour of enter- ta.nmenl, the regulai meeting wu held, at which Alton Bryitni, presi dent, addressed tho newly elected piedges regarding thf ideals of the organization. .'// 1 Now •kyrUar * it bout a King from ti|> to to? ... <>nr« >on wrar n pair . . . you won't do without tliiiii. Sky rlmar Airnmidit wr not only Itmillifol and clear an M ky ill wrave and color lone . . . hut wvirruhle, accent Mating tlx' •iiwirlni'Mi of tin1 iwtiiiii' from raort nic tliroiifh |hr •* <-fii(lf£ Fresh . thi-v are wili il in cellophane. \lw iin hi correct *hadf , ami u full range of h/c Eagle Pharmacy MAMIE SMITH IS SPEAKER AT CLC MEETING MONDA Y Hon...

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

SOPHOMORES TAKE INTRAMURAL TRACK SportScriptur* AS PREACHED BY Bill Chambers Vhhr) Performs Aialn Iiuanc Abbey prov(ni to hi* teair- nitli's 3miin-liny Mf crnoon thc.t there were oUiii races h - could run besides thi' distance Mini middle distance one*, in anchoring a slower mile rt-lM.v team against th«- tentative line-up of the H'Imj team, he iikovwi thMt he could become one of the k'st <juarter-iwilei s ir> the South went if he wished to w<-rk on thMt event Well behind Johnny Stovall, anchor man on the relay t - n favored to win in an exhibition race Mt the triangular meet of the Fresh- men with two Wallas high schools, Abbey ran wide-open ever the entire distance, passing Stcval! easily on one of the l>est quarters he has- run this season. While jt to vail made aome tactical errors in the way he ran his race. Abbey's performance was an amaKiriK one for a distance runner, Sophomores l.ook (iood Several members of last year's freshman track team are bcgnmmff to look as...

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

■ 4 f I * l« % « • • * \ VOLUMK XIX THE CAMPUS CHAT NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 14. 1986 TRAINING CONFERENCE STARTS FRIDAY GEOGRAPHY CLASSES PLAN ETEX FIELD TRIP Industries Are To Be Studied On Excursion COWLING PLANS TRIP SALT MINK. SOIL KROHION IMNMKCr. SAW MILLS. K A It MS TO HK VISITKD Texas geography first liaml will lie studied by a group from the geog- raphy department making a trip through Important industries and I'u-lil- nt' Fast Ti'xa Friday, Sat to- day , ami Sumlay, March U2, 'SI, and -I. Mi.--' Mary Jo Cowling will conduct the party. "The field trip will be almost a Texas geography cour-e in itself." Mr s fowling commented "We an- irn ing tn visit a .salt mine; the I'. S. ml erosion project; Fast Texas red lands, tomato field- and tiurk farms; to study conifers, chortleleaf, and loblolly pine.-; historic Nacogdoches. quaint San Augustim ; Fast Texa- aw mill.-<. the Albania and CoushaUa Indians; lluntsville, with the Raven haunt...

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

THE ( AMFl'8 THAT, DKNTON. TKXAK, THURSDAY. MARCH 14. ltf.16 of tlM North T«uo CoUot*. Denton, Towu The Campus Chat' THEY STAND OUT TU CLit«r cB°x Hy l ude Neville Tero Nash -Transient Lady" Will Featwe Henry Hull, Gene Raymond, Francis Drake Second Claa. Mail Matter •t Donton, Texas, a. 1910 SHIP AHOY! The Old Ship I'RiHiKKSSlON " i.s t uning up again to make her Fifth Annual col .or catai.om r crossing. And she has quite a few «•!' her old Scarlet passengers coming back again. But. before we Recommended for i*m Exempli- MEMBER TEZA8 INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION go anyf urther, we must meet th* captaiiw of the ,«" b>' <h« «>'<" < «"> Nl'n hi ut the mates, and her ini|M rtant sailors. You vv(n w tfu Editor Aaaociate Editor Aaaociate Editor Sooiotjr Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Kenneth E Smith Alvin Irby Robert McCloud Margarette Garrison Curtis Wilson E. J. Rcever D. Hall. Jr. I Buainoas Manager Assistant Business Manager Sponsor ASSISTANTS James Dee Baldwin. Jr., B...

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

i 'p <• Culture! What? hctinition* of Class Fr< Mhnn n T«II, or Do Thi'v 7 A 'hi hi fre-hman English wa's startled into mental activity Monday morning when the professor suddenly announced that hi' wished them to write a -hort paragraph on "What is Culture?" lie warned them not to i.sc tin- dictionary, and then left the class for a few minuter. That they did use Mr. Webster's honk or looked on a neighbor's paper in too obvious from the paragraph- turned in. One paper read in part: "Culture in that something none of us have, and which we alUwant hut I don't know why." Another expressed himself a little more concretely. "A pure culture of hactenu is a colony of winch con- tains only one type of bacteria." Was he, by any chance, referring to his KINDERG ARTRN TOTS K REP OCCUPIED ALL DAY Keeping busy each golden minute, is the rule at the I iemonstration School Kindergarten five days of the week from until 11! o'clock, for the thirty, live year olds First they participate in a "fr...

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

AVEIMUE 4 m. Rrinprs a Message to You Of Ten 0 clock Scholar* What Makes :ome so soon I Ma\ be It's the Weather or else The Feller Who Says— You too Can Make the Face Your Fortune at Woodford' Beauty Shop On Avenue A RICHARDSON WILL DISCUSS SCIENCE WIC HITA FALLS MAN WILL SI'KAK ON PREPARATION OF TEACHERS Student-, at Miami University (Ox- ford. Ohio) evidently i cad the periodi- cal if tin- -tt>t \ clipped from the front pag< 'f the "Student," campus ik ii- |ia|>er, means anything: "For a good Time with a Compan- ion. put on yi>ut l>est shirts and Col- lier-. and plan to spend an evening at Maggie's Jig- "It i- tin \iiin for girls to Press in. 11ath• 11> on Ixiyt* for this dance, hut it it i- not toe great a blow to your \ a1111> Kair. -tai l Fishing and Hunt m; I'm a True Romance, l>eeause tt pi - • ■ i«- foi men to yet ticket* at the door. it might la wis, foi Kills to Pout then date- on dormitory walla. "Tim the no of Marine's Jig will In? I.i- Begorra. a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 March 1935

> It THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAB, THURSDAY. MARCH 14, 1M6 Yucca Favorites To Be Presented At Dance • I • • •• * * V # t • r •• PAN-AMERICAN DAY TO BE CELEBRATED I In rclcWratinii • l I'aii-Ami'rican Day, a patf«'ant will In* piv- «'«l iii Assembly Wednesday murniiiK. April in, by the depart- mt'n! of liu't'ijfii lunKuaK«', assisted liy the Pan-American Student Forum and students from other departments in the Colleye. I >iv11it 11 live episodes, the |>au WILL BE HONORED AT SATURDAY DANCE COLLEGE WILL HONOR SPEAKERS HERE FRIDAY runt ill first show tlu- Indians be- fori1 tin discovery of the WcsU'rn Hemisphere. Tin sciuntl •-111 >><!<■ i- to lie in tubleuu form and will repre fill I In discovery, exploration, and coinpict n| the Americas; thini, the «■ :t ni coloni/.ulion; fourth, tin rise of tllr republics, ami tile litilll olie Mill depict the efforts at friendly co-op elation lift ween the A incline. All Indian danei hy a troop of Boy Seoul-, frmn Pilot Point...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 March 1935

SportScripture At MCACHCD BY Bill CkinWn (Mg radiations Itegton High School walked thruukh the taU? ba*k«tl «ll tourna- ment. winning the championship euily. The word of the Bronco# ts B rrrdit to < '<>*«• h McAli*U?r Mil to the lawnbrn of the nquail IxixinK only one jraim- throughout a *trenu- ou - season, their Mipn-macy in state l.ij;h M'hiol circle* i* unv'eMioned for thin *e*M>n With Homer Harm* and J. ! . Wrignt irakini. all state honor*. an<i Bud Smt'h making the sccond team, individual honor-' were not lack- ing for the Bronco play rs. Softball and Trunin Double* Several teams are toeing organized to tak part in the next intramural sport# coming up, softball ann tennis doubles. Both of these should at- tract a large number of entrants. Practically all the !«>>> in school en vag> in one <>r another of these sports, | and should try to get on a team. | Large numbers of boys have t>een having a whale of a time in the sports offered so far by ...

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

*• THE CAMPUS CHAT 1 fl VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 21. 1936 Mias Talcs On FunduMnUls Of Education ART OF THINKING VANDERBILT PROFESSOR IS CONFERENCE SPEAKER AT FRIDAY SESSION "Ixtose thinking may be just ah fatal in un individual's or a nation's life an loom' living," declared Dr. Ed win Miiiih, head of the Vanderhilt Uni- versity English department, in dis- cussing "Real Fundamentals uf Edu- cation" lie fore thi' Teachers Training Conference Friday morning in the Auditorium. "Education today, if it does not do ho, should In; allured in such a way thai it develops the essential char acteristics of a disciplined mind, Dr. Minis stated "These characteristics arc the power of concentration, of accuracy, of memory, and of think- ing" Holds Audience Dr. Minis, employing terse, concise sentences in the emphasis of major points of his lecture, held his audience of students and Conference quests as though spellbound by his vivid des- cripti...

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

PAGE TWO TNK CAM PI'S CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 21. llWf. The Campus Chat by Studoata of the Nortk Tum TmcJktb Collar*. Dm ton. Tom Eatorod aa Second Claaa Mail Matter •t Um Poatoffiee at Dan ton. Texas. Docomber R. 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STAFF Kenneth K. Smith Alvin 11by Robert McCloud Margurette Garriauti Editor Aaaoaiate Editor Aaauciat* Editor Soaietv Editor Business Managei Assistant Business Manager Sponsor ASSISTANTS Curtis Wilaon E. J. Hoove* J D. Hall. Jr. Jamen Dec Baldwin. .Jr.. Bill Chambers, Louv -iiia liallahcr, Charles Henderson, Erie Lenton, Kvlyn Martens, BUI Mayo*. Kvelyn McGaugliy, ^ iolet Roark, Monroe Rucker. Ruth Spurlock. Martha Bess Tisinger Bryant Wits. -n, Mary Elizabeth W indie. THEY STAND OUT Tl.. CLtier cB°* By Dude Neville Tero Nanh ___ What a wirk i>nd this past out' has liorn! Wr think yon will all atnw with us th *ri'. (Thank III-: DID His IIESI ^oothu-ss wi• a>rror on xiint'thinn !) But. all in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 March 1935

i I * . Yucca Favorites Are Presented At A11-College Dance Saturday Beputed W he one of the best soc- ml affairs of the season, the annual l*nl li<-nt iot«H Dance, sponsored this year by the senior class, wan wall attended by the student body. (liven til llarriss (iymnasiutu on Satur- • luy t'vvitiiiK from nine until twelve o'clnek, Mi* dance boasted hn it* principal feature the formal presen- tation of the lii.'Ui Yucca favorites selected l>y popular vote of the stu- dents ami the Yucca queen chosen by Eddie Cantor. The favorites and their escorts were Rosemary Cecil and Fred Viv- lon, Miss Frances Cunningham and Durwood Purdue, Miss Sue Dillon and .lames Bussard, Miss Annette Leather wood and Hotter Martin, and Miss Mary Willis, Yucca queen, and Kenneth E. Smith. The decorations were in the form of many rainbows, which effectively masked the side wall" of the gym- nasium. Extending across part of the south wall of the building was a huge rainbow having at one end a large "po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 March 1935

MOB POUB THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, HMI6 Eagles are Primed for Ft. Worth Invasion Saturday SportScriptur. TWENTY-NINE MEN WILL MAKE TRIP TO ANNUAL CLASSIC AT COWTOWN AS PREACHED BY Bill Chamber* I'm* ball The game with N.T.A.C, revealed that the Eagle football tram will prob- ably be considerably stronger next fm'l than it was last season. I*efsnsive strength was shown by most of the linesmen and by many of the bin k- field mvn. Indications were that then will also he greater reserve strength next fall. While the team Erida> showed « lack of sustained driving power, it did well, as Johnny Stovall, the chief offensive threat of the Eagles, was working out for track. Woody Wilsan, a rapidly improving l>ack, had wo' itd out only a few days and wa> riot in shape. and "Jughead" Reeves, captain of last yea is frosh eleven was not in uniform. Shorty Heater, with his accurate passing. P. H. Sto- vall. speedy ball carrier, and Hex He- pass, a fine blocking a...

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