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

< THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XIX north texas state teachers college. denton, texa8. thursday, march 28, 1986 To Open Bids For The Construction of Memorial THESE STUDENTS PLAY OVER WFAA EVERY WEEK PROPOSE CHANGE ON HOMECOMING DICSIKK TO MOVE DATE UP TO CONKICKKNCK TIME EXPRESSED IIY "EX" At the luncheon Saturday, March Iti, «t which time th«* College hail lis its guests those who were on the pro triti in at the Teacher Training Conference, it was pro|A)sed that the <'onfereiice he the occasion for Home coming Pay since apparently more students were free to come at that time than at the time Homecoming has previously been held. The following letter from .J. L. Gragg. president of the Southern Publishing Company, is an expres- sion from one of the T. C. ex-Htu- dcnts concerning the matter: "Dear Dr. McConnell: I was very favorably impressed with your sug- gestion at the luncheon the other day that the occasion of your spring educational conference be designated as the Homecoming date...

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

PAGE TWO THE ( AMPI'S ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THI KFDAY. MAR( H 2 . UW6 *1 The (Campus Chat by Student* of the North Tuu State Teachers Col log*. Denton. Tout > Chat Entered aa Second Class Mail Matter ■t the Poe toff ice at Denton, Texas. December 8. 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Kenneth E Smith Associate Editor Alvin lil>y j Associate Editor Robert McCloud Society Editor Margarette Garrison UumnrM Manager Assistant Business Managi r Sponsor Curtis Wiison E. J. Reeve* J. D. Hail. Jr. ASSISTANTS James Dei Baldwin, Jr. Hill <'hamix'^, Louvenia (.allaher, ( harle.* Henderson, Eric Linton, E>lyn Marten-, Bill May<'«, Evelyn Mdiaughy, \ iolet Itoark, M >rn> • Rucker. Ruth Spurioek. Martha H< • Tismger. Bryant NN ill-- n. Mary Elizabeth Wind!*. THEY STAND OUT TU CUer ego* I'RIX ATE KM'I.OI I \TlON OF THK \IK A national commi--inn with full power- to control broadcasting and to eliminate radio ad- vertising lias I eeii set...

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

THK CAMPUS THAT, DENTON. THAI. THURSDAY. MARCH . MM m LEDLOW CLUB IS ENTERTAINED WITH SOCIAL THURSDAY Mi « Hetty Heim entertained th« . K. I.cdlow H:ble Club at bar home on Chestnut last Thursday evening with a social. There was a short prayer nervier at Uii- beginning of the evening. Songs were led by Newton Knox. Follow ing <his he made a short talk on "gualifnatioiih of an Apostle." Leo Hurnett delivered a s|ieech on the "Difference between an Apostle and a Ueciple." Miss Maiinne I'inkerton discussed the question of "Why lie u Christian?" Games were played under the dirc- tion of Uay und Muy MorriM and re treshments were nerved. NURSERY PARENTS TO HEAR LEHMAN '««■ *'1' f •4 * • *,F/* ®'i "iNmAnS'ttm Week Style Shew Tuesday, Apnl Seeosd fmshmmn womb, INTER CLUB COUNCIL TO WELCOME VISITORS Holding it* second meeting since it* organisation recently, members of the Inter-Club council of men's campus dubs meet Tuesday night at 201(1 W. Oak Street. One of the projects of the men'a s...

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

El ■ i i i FOUR Two Eagle Milers Break Records At Stock Show Meet Sport Scripture AS PREACHED BY Bill Chambers Stork Show Weather The weather Ht the Stock Show and field meet, although fur from ideal because of a stiff wind that slewed up the running events tju11* a lot. wan far l«etiei Mian 'hat the meet is usual- ly cursed with The <lat>' for the track and field meet is usually the same as that of a blue norther, sex ere sand storm, or u gully-xx ashed rain. Prob- ably the sponsor* of the meet fooled the weather man when they moved the date of the meet up front the l.Sth and Kith to the 'ijnd and iMrd. On the date the meet xxits origanally scheduled fur, n sandstorm that would compare with one of the leagues of Kgypt hit this part of the country, and would have made the meet all but impossible to run off. When Abbey lines up at the tart mg position at the Texas Relays against Glen Cunningham 111 the mile run, the questions in the minds of most spectators will be, "How far ah...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1935

THE • * H >1 -S m. *, S&iT JE3 volume xix Beautiful Witness mm NONnrs search ends whn LOCAL MAUUIUCmOUilCU AND CONFIDENCE NAN IS SEIZED MM HALT EH FERKIMAN IN ARGYLE INDICTED BY GRAND JURY ON CHARGE OF PUTTING 8LUG8 IN MARBLE MACHINES, MAN 18 POUND IN GARAGE WHERE HE 18 WORKING (Wfcat?) to* THESE MU08 ARB Halter Ferriman wu returned here today after an eight month search ex- tending over three states. He wm found posing ax a garage attendant by local officers whc went to Argyle to investigate a tip that the one time crooner wax in hiding there. Indicted by the grand jury on a charge of putting slugs in marble machines, Ferriman, alias Serge SherUoff, alia.« Curley, the Con-man, jumped Ins bail and made a success- ful escape after being pursued by local officers to the eastern part of the county before they lost his trail. fining to Barn Dance Ferriman was arrested in an Argyle drug store as he was preparing to escort his moll, daughter of a prom- inent Argylian. to a barn dan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1935

THIS CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. MONDAY, APML 1, IMS Campus Chat , WW TEXAS INTEBC0LLE01ATB FBEM ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Kinneth Erantus Smythy Associate Editor Elwin Yerby Associate Editor Bobert McMist Society Editor Cigarette Darrison Business Manager Curtness Pilson Assistant Business Manager Eee Jay Sponsor Chay Dee Haul. Jr. ASSISTANTS Jemmy Weewee Balilwun, Jr. Pill Jambers, Louisana Deltware. Sharlie Chanderson, Ly- ric Renten, Evelyn Gardens, W ill Slaves, Hevelyn McCiou^hnev. Pansy Rowhark. Sooth Rurlock, Mertha Bessie Liesin^er. Wryant Bilson, Merre Lizzy Windy. WHAT PRICE. FUN For a number of years it has been the custom of the Campus Chat staff to issue, once during the year, a paper designed primarily and ded- icated to King Fun. Each year there have been several complaints from those who refused to let their sense of humor help them enjoy this edition. There are always a few people in every crowd who try to dampen the ardor and enthusiasm of the major- ity....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1935

MM McDOUGALL BOOKS BAND PROMOTER ENGAGES TWENTY PIECE RAND PROM SOCIETY RESORTS TO PLAY AT LOCAL HOT SPOT NITE CLUR KING OF JAZZ Flash! Kidney Hamilton, vibrating trap-drummer. will bring hi* SiO-piece jaM band and 16 high-stopping «n- tertainer* to l)unton for a two weeks' engagement beginning next Sunday night, it ban been announced by Rny ll'inheatil McDougall, local promoter and booking agent for K.K.O. cir- cuit*. Samilton and his entertainer* have just completed a successful tour of Borneo. Fiji I*lanci*, Guatamalo, and Kthiopa. Scheduled to hit a new top in amuse- ment. the nightly dance* are expected to dmw such crowd* from C.I.A. and T.C. ax to tax the limited *pace pro- vided «t the Hot Spot Niteclut), lo- cated in the bunement of the Library Building. Student* Given Break-Up Dance* Mill start at 11 o'clock each eveninK and will absolutely break up at 7 r.'IO each morning in order to al- low students time to make 8 o'clock classes, according to the promoter. McDouirall has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 April 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. , TKXAS. MONDAY. 1. I: If & I «■ ifa •ir IL *< fagle Ten Dmptcd After Feetbel Tangle With Lams Ftom Over CIA. Way a RAZZBERRIE8! FmJRMW. to** il disastrous •••- by lbe BmcI« ping- O. Hlhri «imI imcking uuu. •MMc authorities are de- nol and better il must kt secured for the local of higher learning. (Edi- Nele—Education secured here ia neither high nor higher unlee* tu- denU go in for high jump, pole vault, or second-story burglary.) While admitting that the school is going out after athletic* from now on, Dean Bout* insist* that no ma- terial inducement will be offered to proapecu. "From now on our ad- vertising addressed to athlete* will emphasise the fact that the Beadle's home gamen are played in the town in which C.l.A. is located. Mont of the A. A M tiddledywink team * ex- pected to transfer here next semes- ter." DURING HALF Meeting Team ProepecU Ciood While last season's necking tesm was lousy literally shaking, to say the least, prospects for next sea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1935

|r«p il a is ill 5d |P> led |h( l( h pin 6 | a in Ira THE CAMPUS CHA m VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 9. 1935 mm WW# g. * Siwaer Session Appropriations To Be $34,366 EMl.l. IS DRAFTED • I I T V \S C*M l,K(iKS HI1 ONK M.I.OWKI) INt'HKASK l?\ JOINT COMMITTKK lUiisiny (lit* amount provided li,\ the I1<.ihc bill, and rutting ilu- amount originally set by thi* House, a joint committee of the lloutfe and Senate a few days ago agreed to allow Teachers College f<if the summer term. The appropriations lull tor t liin .VCBI approved t <>l Ihv SUp port of inst tutions of higher learn- iiiK in this state. Thi> provided an increase in the appropriations of every i ii At it at ion except Fast Texas State Teachers College at t'ommercc, which received a cut of $.186, receiving $2(>.- ;U),r>. The original senate lull appro- priated S.ISO.OIMI for colleges, and the original liou.se hill, $'Ji!7,©00. State fun.I> provided last ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1935

THE CAM ITS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. Tl ESDAY. APRIL l>. IWJft The Campus (^hat km Students of tki North Taw by Students of the North College, Denton. Ti Chat Est*rod u Socomi Claae Mail Matter at Mm Poetoffice at Den toe, Tesaa. 8, 19M MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Aaaociate Editor Associate Editor Society Editor Sport* Editor Kenneth E Smith Alvin libjr Robert McCloud Margarette Garrison Bill Chambers Curtis Wilaon E. J. Reaves J D. Hull, Jr. Businaas Manager Assistant Kumm m Manager Sponsor ASSIS'I A NTS James Dw Baldwin. Jr , Bill Chambers. Louwni* | Gailaher. Charle- H«-*> • - n. Er -c Lt-nton. Evlyn Martins, Bill Mayes. Evelyn McGaughy, Violet Roark. Monroe Rucker. Ruth Sj.mr.iKk, Martha Bess Tismger. Bryant Wilson. Mary Elizabeth Windie. ■©rroniAL "AutomobiU* manufacturers report sale*i renchinff a new high." "Largest peace time appropriation in history made by .several nations for armies. na\ ies, and ammunition." "Teacher barricades...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1935

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON. TKXAR, TUESDAY, APRIL ®, II YUCCA COPY IS - "Hs tvkkkntink IMPADIV UVklW SPEAKS AT CLC NfcAKLi READY meeting Monday LAST SHIIVMKM IS NOW RKINIi I'KKI'AUKI) FOR I'KINTKH The lad shipment of C«*|*y for the 1 Yucca is now being prepared tor the printer iiml will be shipped -oiim' time this week, according to a report t'rion Trui'tt M«>r«'<lith, editor of the yearbook. One shipment of proofs ha* already been received and returned, Mercditn said Because of pn—ibli- complications, no definite date for distribution of tiie books ha? been set, although it is hoped that one month will lie suffi- cient fi>r the publication of the Yucca. Several new features are included in the Yucca thus year. The athletic section, especially, is said to lie some- thing entirely different. Also, the treat went of the favorite section is new to the Yucca, and this year's hook will, according to the editor, have a humor section, a department lacking in Yuccas for the past two y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 April 1935

mm rout THK t AM PI'S < HAT. WEN TON, TEXAS. Tl KSI'AY, APRIL . 103ft Eagles Take Honors In Two Track and Held Meets ifl K Varsity Wins Triangular Track Meet at Ft. H orth CAPTrRES CUE TOURNAMENT AS PREACHED BY Bill Chtrnhm The Kre«h an track Team The perform**"** of thr freshman track tram during the pa^t two Ktwki indicate* that the KajrW- squad nest season will be far stronger than that of this year, in hrinirmtr in four I ovine cup ao far this ikhm ^he Kaglet* have fat aurpaaaed anything daw by prvviovf freshman teams. Ac a matter of fact, this is th«' first TEXAS CHRISTIAN AND SOUTHERN METHODIST ARE DEFEATED BY EAGLES STOVALL AND BASS HIGH POINT MEN By H!'I Chamber* The Kavle truck and field teams* easily vanquish**! hoth 'IVva* fre-hman team to e\ei bring h"nit* Christian University ami Southern Methodist ir.-ity Satur- tropfcy of thai type. day aftem.>on in a triangular meet at Ft Worth. In winning. After losing an early season meet the Eagles scored 80 1-6 points to Jt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT *.5* VOLUME XIX ■■ NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXA8. THU8DAY, APRIL 18, 1986 James pyu Gets Leading ADred Sijn. Work Order Authorizes Beginning Of Role In rrtday s Comedy Sinner School . A ~n Appropriate Actual Construction On Marquis Hal t r Operations Tt Start FritUy robert sherwood play to have new talent in several featured roles. veteran players get prominent parts I In' ljuwii n Husband, title role of the pluy of the sunn* Hliir by lioluTt Km met Shorwood, which will l e prtKluced by the nlli v<- I layers hriilay evening at 8:15 o'clock in the Auditorium, will l i' played by .lurries I'vle, Kaufman, a sophomore in the Col- l'7ri' A Kin}.'' Kric \ Ml, I'vle will muke his debut as a featured increases amount AI'THOKI/KS I'SK OlF TUI- TION FEES TO SUPPLE- MENT FIND player of the myaiii/ntion I'ylt' \wts president i f the fi~«*>lii■ ium ' In-!- in tin <umnici of I9.H2, unit was a iih'IiiIk'i of the Student-Faculty i (iiutril lie now belong...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1935

THK CAMPUS CIUT, DENTON, TEX AH, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, llW> lift % ! a | Si Eaglet Annex Quadrangular cjJu*T*B<, Field & Track Meet [Easily AiUetk Meet TWee Records Arc Broken Bjr Athletes Army Sweeps Gongkickers From Undefeated Position AS MttACMED BY Rill I kiRbrrn BREAK RECORDS Eagle SAM HOUSTON SECOND ABKEY. MATTHEWS, BASS, COLE. CONLEE. MIDRIFF WIN By Hi I! Chambers Far out-classing th«-ir oppo- sition in both track and field event.-, the Eagles easily carried i>tf a quadrangular meet here Monday afternoon. In scoring 78 points, the Eagles made ex- actly the same number as their two nearest rivals scored to- gether, Sam Houston Teachers earning -12. while Texas Chris- tian University made 31 points. Stephen F. Austin, despite shin- ing performances by Monroe and Mills, was last in points with only 28. WowJn>« W hatley of Sam Hous- ton took high scoring, honors by win- ning the high jump am) hugh hurdles, and placing second in the broad jump. Monroe of Stephen F. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1935

p* ll ■ iii J. I1' I I kIM ■ I i| THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON. TBXAS, TVUMbAY, APMI, M, MM PLANS MADE FOR T TALON REUNION Ah, Nirvana! Degenerate Phyaica Stude Finds Harbor Of Peace Slag Manquel to be HeM far Alumni Chapter; "Talon New*" Dbtlribuied He lolU his ihany head tenia MemUr* of the Talons completed lively. Yes, it is still there. The plan- l<>r an extensive program of eame old maddening, torturing crav• iiitivitK - honoring the 70 ex-mem- >"K which in ao brazenly audacious, I i ik of the organization who will at- y«l * deliciously aweet in execution, tend the club's Ka«t«r reunion this How wonderfu' it is to cast off an week -end, at a meeting of the club chor, ao to apeak, mid drift, drift, Monday night. ^ drift into thinga far beyond the sor- I'laiiM for the ex-member associa- did petty life. For a moment re- tion will lie discussed during an all- flecta upon the deptha to which he day meeting Friday, April 19. liar- has sunk, and loathea himaelf in a mon Kendrick i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1935

THK ' AMITS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAH. THURSDAY. AI'Kll. Is. IlKtA 11 I The Campus Chat }*uli|inhfd unci' Mfh week during the collage yeat by t h«- itutlvate wf the North Texa* Slate Teacher* C«Im|« Kntered a Kocund c1m mail matter at Ih* post office at l*enton, Texan, Dctcml>ci 8, tiHti. 1 SCRIBBLINGS ONE VOTK Paul Baumer Subscription llmrn. Delivered h> Mail One college y«.*r Advertising rate*. furnmhed on application. Right to decline any advertisement i> reserved. Member of Te\«s Intercollegiate Press AsMtriHimn KDITORIAL STAFF (Continued from Page It country, wont of th«- town. An acrun- •iiiiou* content a roue Iwtwwn thuac Saturday's I r tV ST4NO CUT By Dud* Navilla Il.tHi s I \ SOYIKT 1M A \ 8. ' ran lat«d tavormg the one ami I hone favoring Cinema Kenneth K. Smith \ l> in lrh> Editor Akwculr Editor Auuciatc Ml tor Societ) l.dilor Sport* Editor VSSIS I \.\ Its Jame |(w lialdwin. Jr. l,ou tenia t.allaher, Erir Lent on. Ktlyn Marten*. Bill M«>«, K\el)n Mt<. uj:h&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 April 1935

I1 I 3 -it THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DBNTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1935 COLLEGE PLAYERS TO Complete Cast GIVE THREE-ACT PLAY For "Pinafore" AT DALLAS SHOWHOUSE U Announced MEMORIAL ORDER IS BEING PL ACED ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION IS EXPECTED TO START IN SHORT TIME Order Ik being placed this week fm the Marquis \14 • 111 • 11-1 it I Bench, ar cording t<> word from the office of IM'. B. H Harris, Dean uf the College The locution wil he in thi• vicinity of tIn- aquarium on the south campus between the Ailininst ration ami Man- ual Arts building*. Tlx' exact spot in thiK location has not been deci'led upon, Dr Harris said, hut it will he so arranged an to face the pond and the walks lietween the two buildings. The inscription on the memorial will show tlk> donars hy groups, such as student body, alumni, townspeople, etc., the Dean said. Necessary money to complete the purchase has not a yet been secured, but is in sight. During the month of M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 April 1935

■" ■ ■ PAOB TWO " * I TC Relay Teu Sport Scripture Lea vet Denton For Drake U AS.PREACHED BY Hill i hamlN'r* AT DES MOINES SPORTSMAN. COM KK. STO- V M l.. SK(.KKST. \M) AH UE^ MVKi: TRIP TO THK FAMED KVKNT Early WwlnfKhy mining Coach Ckiw Sport*nmt! Hint four Eatrle half- mi lers left for De- Moines. Iowa, where tliey will participate in the Drake Relays. The four men who will run on tlx two mile relay tn the rollifi division thei e are I Hume Ah hey. Herman Segreat, K. I' (onlee, and Johnny Stovall, Try-outs over the half-mile dis- tance last week resulted in the selec- tion of theae men to make the 880 mile trip, ont of the longest ever must I'M -: HE*. ION VI MMKI W ilson Tuimell, captain of last fall'* cross countr\ team, has l**n earning point* for the Eaglet* this Mpt'itig in the two mile run. Wilmta will pr h ably alao run the mile Saturday in the dual meet with Conimei ee. due to the abaenoe 't a mi tn t***!* of distance men, who will ! «• partictpating in the Drake Relay * ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 April 1935

ffftll .1.— ... THK CAMPUM CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THl'RSDA Y, APRIL 26. lititfi HH'H srilMSNTS r:ri cwiuf I „J._ TAKE FLACKS in ",rl wilder sha nish mkkt Conducts Courses Ill-Id In (tin II vet ion With Inlersi-holnslic League Regional Mi'ft Four miodcnts won first places in tin Spanish contest held on tlx* ('hiii put- Saturday in connect ion with th«* tntcrschulastic League regional meet, though it wb- not uii official event in I he league literary program. The contest \mi under the direction of l>i Ruby C. Sniith of the foreign language department of the College. Margaret Sturdivant of Woodrow Wilson High School. Dallas. iegis tfi'ed the highest performance, 2.'M'n out of a possible pe if lit sen l'e of 2M. I iei uldeion < 'rider of \ alley View. Vera Atcheson of (iruham, and Itoli It rat/ of Sherriiun won the other three first places. honorable mentions were won hy the following contestants, all of whom scored over '-(Mi point.): Simon l.ichenMein of Woodrow Wilson. Vir ginia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 April 1935

PAOB rOUE TUK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THUK8DAY, APRIL 2I>. IVW6 J « HIP The Campus Chat CHATTER BOX wich week during the college year by the *tudent* of the HY Tero Nash Published uncc eacft week during _ North Ttxiti State Teachers College Entered a> second class mm! matter at the pott office at Itent<>n, Texan. I>ecember 8, 1916. Suberriptiun Kale*. Delivered h> Mail One college year Advertising rate* furnished on application. Kight U> decline advertisement is reserved. SCRIBBLINGS $1.00 any Member of Te\H* Intercollegiate Pre** AsMiciation EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Managing Editor AuMx-iate Ldiior A kmic tale Editor Society Editor Spurt* Editor lor this i«*ue Kenneth E. smith Iter! rand lleflin Vlvln R lrb> Robert Met loud Margarette (iarrison Hill I ham hero DICK BKLCE (ALIAS RICHARD get to play *omr matches out here H ALL1BI KTON HRl CE II) oceaaionally. The latest MX'ial climber among the CHATTER: mug* of the campus is Dick Bruce. Annette Leatherwood d...

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