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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1931

i EAGLES DROP 13-0 DECISION TO MUSTANGS TEACHERS DISPLAY STAINCH DEFENSE IN SEC OND ENCOUN- TER OF SEASON; FN ABLE TO STOP RUNNING ATTACK — Displaying the same staunch de- fensive wall that halted to a large ex- tent the Texas Christian University Frogs a week before and showing an occasional sparkle of a powerful offensive attack. Coach Jack .Sisco'n Teachers Gfcllqge Eagles Saturday, Sept. lost their second encounter of the season when they dropped a meager 13 to 0 decision to the Blue and Red of Coach Ray Morrison's Southern Methodist University Mus tang' in Ownby Stadium. Dallas. Picked as a 30-point weaker team than the vaunted Methodist eleven, the Eagles waged a valiant fight to the last whistle in their attempt to; item the flow of the S. M. U. running attack, succeeding well enough in JOHN KILPATRICK their effort as evidenced by the fact ^ powerful defensive back who: that the Mustangs stored only one oocatnonally surprises the fans with _ touchdown in each of the first two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1931

Around the Arena J— Ski Ira EAGLES LOSE FIRST G AME OF 1931 SEASON PS HHP " i1 i 1 "Hello, i: ■ everybody" - this mim btwmnmg GMBNIM IIVKATEO BV T. C. li. vii use.* lut week by at s| ru sditor I.N SHT 1* tONH.IfT, F L'"S of a Florida school p|M* MMl since U SUMK TWO TO< < HDOttNft IN KrmM o appropriate, we borrowed It PIHST HALF. THREE I.N LAMT for our own beginning. To Uwm who — have n«v«r been here before we would Facing what la* reputed to bo the like to express a iranl at welcome in outstanding <hell<nger for the 1U3I oar own short way. To thuee who are Southwestern Conference football tt- reluming wa say, "We're glad youre tie, Coach Jaek Siseo's Teacher# Col- hack'*. And now, since Around tho leg* Eagles Saturday, Sept. IS*. k> t the Areas, u the titte would indicate, thalr opening game of tha current ts a -port column, giving the happen- *«**"> whan the Purple and White ings within aid around Eagle Park, "omed Fro,, of Texan Christian we *ay "Hera mm." M div...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1931

* I of the Staff Please check your name and addree* a* given baiow. Report any er- tV« to Miaa Henley In the Praaiden'a Office by Tueeday, October 6. STAFF DIRECTORY NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 1031 - 1932 Dr. W. J. McConnett Dean .1132... 1010 Weet Hickory PET WILDCAT OF STUDENT ATTRACTS >*, J Mm. Pearl i\ Mctracken Library j®H._ IMf West Oak ' e eeeeeeeee« eee* 1||. /O Be Remodeled ""nTwifSl TOWNSPEOPLE COME TO SEE BOBCAT iaa Jeeaie E. Acker Home Eco, 887 Miaa Elaine Adams Library 1309-J Miss Anna Alford — Dem. Shool 1278-J Mrs. Corrie W. Allen . Dem. School.. 6*J5-J Miua Mary Anderson Music 1309-J Mim Dorothy Babb Dem. School 1276-J Mr. Amos Barksdale Mathematics 1161-W Miss Gladys Bates Asst. Resist rar_. 264 Miss Annie Mary BenII Stu. Aast. P. Ed. Dr. S. A. Blackburn Ind. Ed. 403-J Mr. J. E. Blair Education. 1052-J Mr. Dixie Boyd Bookkeeper.. 1311-W Miss Annie G. Bradley Dem. Sch. ...1276-J Miss Lottie Brashears Library,—730-W Dr. Harold Brenholtz Education 915-R Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1931

CLUBS AND SOCIETY Pre** Club Calls Meeting Tuesday The Forecast Maryi«t Hdi ParriU eneJi *S'«nd r. W«d s«taf, and Fr>d y aftwtomn from 4 to 5 o'cloek in tiie auditorium ! know of several win* would *pt#udid Thty ibouid enroll wrlr u. oriiti to twyiu work m iim* with th T.C Hand Have Heavv 0 Schedule for Teim IriT'ZrZL T. C. Bridfit Club Meets Wednesday With Mis* Clark Freshman Honor Society Will Meet For Organization The T. C. Oreh* tra hold iu first ou*<* am ^«kH§ Mm t'urho wer« haste* • t*r of th* Ttnubera Colle#t Bri4§*, #a4 Mmtnmi gaunt* Wetos^Wi J Meinour* at tk* > reihrnin Honor Hacuely, will rrwet at tix College Hub tiouiwt frriUa> tint evening, Oct V, mt 7 o'clock for or gknization. For tlta of Una* *tu4mu who winh t4 join */fli*tliiiiK ami jet JJise i tur k tfflil me the other morit started in the ocini nctivilie* ol Uu: |r||[ t|IAl the Mary Arden Club would meeting of the term Wednesday after- evening at the home of Mi** fct.th It. 1 f or Organization collage, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1931

2 CHAT H I [ 1 CHATTER BOX IL VOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10, \9M NUMBER 2 S. H. Sinclair, former atudent assistant in the business administra- tion department, was a visitor on the campus last week-end. Sinclair re- ceived his B. S. degree from the col- lege in 1930. and his B. A. degree this year. SinCUtir is now teaching in Vernon High School in the commercial de- railment and says that he likes his job fine. "On the second day of school a representative of an ink company visited the school giving away sam- ples of ink. When he visited my room, of course I answered his knock. The fellow looked all around the room and then said: 'Say, *oa, where is your teacher?" Sinclair said. Mrs. Phoebe Mize^l, fifth grade teacher of the Demonstration School, will conduct the elementary neettou Annual Circus Frolic Scheduled For Girls Next Friday^ Evening OKI'S FORUM LEDLOW SPEAKS AT CONVOCATION HERE TUESDAY MR. LEMON OF ORANGEFEATURE SHOW TON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1931

Let's Go Literary Hy Louine Ara Martin Blair NUm| and fp$€, (inpu (hit I'oaloffir* kt TUX AM IN mcOLLEGUTE l-i —' Ik* MwUi Thm TCMFOkAHY STAFK < «*>< « <>««•><•># tk* author of Condemned to D**U'$ it- ha* jwrt completed a mmt a*toni*hin* Strang* Brother. It tea rtvitM to the intellectual tte pitiable condition of a people wtso, for re r«*MU, teve usually contrived to keep Mturo hidden. II ta tte itimni, aateiievable ac- of men termed by today* *rieriti*te an "queers," Iftirar/ ♦fryiyo# them an "shadow men" even "twtlickt-MMm". Ttey tev«, no doubt, Minted ittvaa tte henlnnlf «f tuna, bate* attracted fey a nor-j bid, uncanny m*tia«t to tteir own *ex I do not think (j . u ( n it wise to #o into a lengthy dieca**ion uf then* characters1 '' Exchange* By Gay McNeil demonstration School Newt Lota Belle Catfea ■ — n i Tte Ham Houston bearcat* will rt r. their home «nd season b>eam of powerful if plam now being eooataU'ed g through Instead of using tte r«jfuiar *te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1931

MMl «M * 8:16, with Mra. in eharge. Forecast AND SOCIETY V I s ■ ■ i m m Wr ( Alt students interest*! in industrial • tlucurtioii - listen! !%• Industrial Blanche Crum pier Elected President Of Mary Ardens Blanche Grumpier watt elected presi- dent of the Mary Arden Club at its Press Club Meets; Plans for Coming sutn>ose that all the freshuu-1 Kducatioi. Club is KoinK to have its have found their places by now in one itr £ Rig-Little Sister Program Carried Out by Girl's Forum more of the club, which have been ^anin, at 7 o'clock in the College The Girls Forum of the college Club House, to be riven in the form an urbanisation which helps to direct Yftir Fit)nmlntifl thrown open for their benefit. Per ljUD ,,ou p' " «"■■■* "" tonally, I believe that freshmen are • JKor h« «• Forty members of the Press were present at of the Press Club .li.in't h v« doonl' ,,ot u,,l>' ^ the the initial meeting of >**r> •* ** d ,1 hBV* but to student, who ha the chance of taking part in — w b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1931

Iround thf I una 1 .. -k,:. . —— Sports Wait** <ii forty Wi Kuilniiiv'il Squad Planning Successful Year First Year Students Is Released Eaglt Cross Country Clubs Schedule for N#JJ ^ prwtMent F#r«# K««r Students ,*«*. «m «*a *i*i T«a«day , tmmiuiu pw. first fkK> «f U a Club Houim* «f th* varies* %teh N«v*l Stu4y Cl.wfe: Simukir*. Mu whxh hav« h«-rn or an's- «* Mamie Smith and Ann* Hello Me- WIW*mm tpw * * * fivM tmiow in P—M; prtmident, Mary Modine ia •f lianiAU PriliAff w*r,wt/ r"'"*ri 11m a form w it ii poaaiblt Hagtor, A teflMMtrat™ -f «*h apurt <rf. The 8a«la .. , ... ■ , farad by th* Woman'. AtWatk Aa- «W | L_*_ L* t wi* k>v* • at • party *i «n * H li Himpaan • ^r^yptey .T*..** .lay *v,n.nr .t 7 o'clock in tfca ^rmer d.atanr. aan rf iht etadar M «M 4MIM1 IN.^tfc. M-Ihm of Krmmtium Iteneiw fellow*! path 'ami eapu.n of the Uam. d.<l m,t * «e.rta,« at th . *arly data Any at 7 o'ek*k; maMtef *M* effim «f STlJE E £tZTJ Th. -urn Uu. term. wil, be ma,, late, thrau* ^ <...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1931

THE CHATTER BOX By Loia Wilkeraon IVOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 17. luav SPEAKERS HAVE BEEN SECURED FOR ASSEMBLY J NUMBER 3 be something to atmosphere to every gathering, no matter what It may be; of course the occasion might b« complete within itaalf; but atill, what would a bail game be without a band? T. C. has its own band, known as the T. C. Band, and a service organisa- tion, the Green Jackets, which serve as a pep aquad at thick contests. They are present at every gathering ami bring with them the spirit that im- — prove the moral of every one present. "The programs for the regular The band ia lad by Floyd Graham and Tuesday morning assembly hour have 1)1 E CONSIDERATION GIVEN TO SELECTION; NOTED AUTHORI- TIES TO BRING MESSAGES TO STUDENTS AND FACULTY SENIORS POORLY REPRESENTED IN GIRLS FROLIC AT ANNUAL CIRCUS THE 1932 YUCCA GIVEN BY FORUM SATURDAY LAST DAY SENIORS H AVE TO (JET PICTURES MADE; NECESSARY TO CLOSE SEC- TION TO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1931

Let's By Louise Ara Martin Caapu* (hat PmU* icc M H *■ mil anowa fact, that mmt «ava#« far ro<t r vfcnstiW tnan their eivil e«l brother*. CrvlUaa- tw.n, through ils MtppnMaton at natural imumu, m mw> <1- U U [ time* ar#«iy reapaitaifeW far tha moral and physical da- TE2SL a" I IMiMlMI (f a rat* The A umriean Indian, though pruni- ' ] tt # to th# V«|Fjr cove of hi* rwtttff, undoubtedly tad a | cleaner life than did the American aettlar. Ho?," by 0torn La i'ar* , m u* atory of a modern American Indian who wa a Jawtey manu- facturer, or more trk(ty Kpeakin*, a trinket maker. Ha Exchanges _ _ By Gay M«Nail TEACHERS COLLEGE I * # • * HI;KROW RETURNS FROM CONVBKT!0\ fl*. ■lNTMUJOLI.IM.lA1K AMOCIATHW PRIMS the N«rta Taaaa U«im Hill — m\ Ha we* SWMle SweiUMMI *,—* —Maryiee Hui day MrNeii, Louie* Ara Martui, Mary n, Loia Wilk«nt'>n Staff: Mabel Self, Ralph Adktn*. Leila Kendrick, Marjorie Blackburn. .Naah [rave, Edward Peter*, Delfoert Parneii, Fred Carry, Pauline Thomaa, Hill Pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1931

w Airplane View of College Cantpus--Find Your Boarding Home •V.y'- -v* * T « • RS fSwiwi «■ *. ' .... Iw # -^n • . «.hyJF>3B 2k SSiJKUMi ^4®$® & Z~i*j u ♦!* € sdEBwaMB jfc*«32 V. 1 BWh « Sideline Shots Swede Swenson >- That upset of the old dope bucket last week that our OnmHh turned in over those highly touted Corsairs from Georgetown was a real one in every sense of the word. Everyone went up to the Eagle bowl last Friday night to see a tight game, and perhaps see the locals go down before the raid of the Texan Conference wonders who had a week before rumbled the T. I. A. A. champions of last year, the Sam Houston Teachers, by a count of 20-0. However, ye experts were wrong again, as they have been frequently this season, and the pirates absorbed as well as they could a severe drub- bing at the claws of the Eagles. FRESHMAN SQUAD EAGLET-FROSH SEEKING GAMES, FOOTBALL TILT SAYS SPORTSMAN VARSITY TRACK TEAM DEFEATS ENDS IN DRAW FIRST YEAR MEN LEWISVILLE ON SCHEDULE FOR TILT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1931

CLUBS AND SOCil l V The Forecast Master*' Chemical Gmrcim-Lnder uwd Society Electh A ew Nitptiml* Performed Members Monday; At Tampa Ceremony Juniors Allowed One Week To Have Yucca Picture Made ( o/titnHUmNmmti Emgh Simr ffmed At Called Meeting Of Sophomore Class fn Mythical Eleven By Sport Authority 'weive [Sew Memi Taken Into Talons At Saturday Session With picture* At • wiled meeting of the aoph- i elaaa Thursday owning, a num- Raymond twamatay a* «"Mig") Smith. Eagle ■ackie. ha* b*e« placeo ■ wb«n you walked ink) the gym saw what Hnlfht aave >mtn easily The W H. Muter* Chemical So- Frederick Kami Underwood, grad mist*|iee fnt tfc, „f « eireos cwty held .u f.r.t regular meating uate at hj collar ,«« mar ^ „verywher.. „JMy of the term Monday *v«Buig, for the «M to Mi* Manor, k «aircia at ,(kmjf eiowas, bare-back nders. all af purpoao of aWting new MmMn. Tampa, Florida on Friday waning. jt w, hlkV, . rreat time, Permanent member elected ware. t*s* '*ati cr Flea Mm It'* a pity th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1931

i ■ i I I ) I THE JHATTER BOX By Loia Wilkerson 't V! I: have been various "fish" circulating, all of which have lore or law fabulous; here U that ia a scientific fact. During the vacation period Dr. Harold Brenholtz ordered a pair of Sailfinu fiah from Chicago. These, a tropical type of fiah, are small and are grey in coloring- Shortly after the arrival of the fiah, eighteen offsprings appeared on the scene, of which fifteen are now living. They have a bowl all their own and are very active for exiled babiea which are only one-fourth of an inch long and about three weeks old. These fiah are the property of the 8th grade science class, taught by Dr. Brenholta. in addition to the Sailfinns, the class also has three Shubunkins, a small gold and black fish. two catfish, and one perch. Dr. Brenholtz says, "The class is much interested in the fish and, in fact, are teaching the teacher about them; perhaps Billy Curtis is best in- formed on the subject of fiah aud sea animals." In a lette...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1931

######« # # a.,;;.: : Let s Go Literary Hu Louiue Ara Martin Exchangeh By Oay McNeil P| |||< br| ■ Tsschera Cam pus dit Kniercd as Paeiaff ice It I, Itli MEMBER Sim i!> INT ERf.OLLEtilATE PRESS ASSOCIATION the Nerth Tuu Thar* hi a little book, Tie '«««« «/ Andres, by J Thornton Wilder, which, though not especially meritorious — in the literary mm, to packed with * deep and striking ths> philosophy. For instance: A young Greek, being dead, is slleweu by the god* to return to eerth for s day. Hr find* f hu father harassed by numerous business cares and hi mother burdened with domestic duties, each blinded to the | beauty surrounding thorn- the garden in the cod of even ing and tb« night *ky.The few things sternal wore berterde for materia! gain Bo the young ghoet, passing through his father'* bowse and out into the infinite uw that th* In trng are also dmd. The November issue of Th* hidUt Hum* Journal Helen Hill mm.—HUt Hawse has an article, Mktmmg Armm, by Charming Pollock, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1931

i } *l TO & ^ CLUBS AND SOCIETY V Officers Installed,• Members Initiated By Mary Arden Club Constitution Read At Press Meeting Social Next Week The Forecast Marylf* Hill New officers were installed in the Approximately thirty-five members Mary Arden Club by Miss Edith L. of the Press Club were present at a Clark, sponsor, at a meeting held Mon- meeting of the club Tuesday evening. day evening at 7 o'clock at the Arden Lodge. These included: President. Blanche Crumpler; vice-president, Mary Lou Jonea; secretary, Johnny Kendricks; treasurer, Kathleen Clay- Reports were heard at this time from various committees which had been appointed at the previous meet- ing, chief among these the constitu- tion committee. The constitution ton; Chat reporter, Mary Hiett; dele- drawn up by this committee was road gate to the City Federation of Wo- men's Clubs, Mrs. Ruth Oliver. Miss Beasie Shook of the English faculty gave a short talk on "Respon- sibility." Tiwe new members of the club who were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1931

Sideline Shots Some of the local expert* took Coach (or running in Ms in the third debacle at Slime Aggregation In Fracas Tu^sHtivl t * :* ch* h.w .u mm III I I tttHJ I hvowh; |n( of th# yM|r Thur <lor even /tff# Club Elect* Officer* For F< Program 1 Historical Museum Makeh Attempt To Complete Two Files MARTIN- With Co*. Moggard, , r*Ufid oad Booby taking turn* toting CoMttl . if o**'. th fcagle Fledglings, Ki lot- The effort* of l Ml S Utnlji llialfiriiial J|P •• s W a#g l«vl the homo of J. V. Brown, sponsor. j rewarded to a It The following officers were xlectad* attempt to JOHNSON— From Page 1> inaro extant in and of the Board of Hayes of Dallas, and H. A. Tui Austin, Secretary to the Board, tended the funeral. the Tlka w'rt represented H IH is one of the Meet *t" significant movement* of this de- cade," the speaker asserted "The by University Guild nt Dallas offer* a apent last week-end at their ho* Mam." Br<-ilt>, praetor, John *tudent publication* of this colleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1931

<1 k 'V W T7 /?= THE !l CHATTER BOX AMPU By Loia Wilkerson jVOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1931 Of course nobody believe* in ghost* any more, not even in Salem; but still: there lingers a faint superstition a-1 mong intelligent people that such things do appear on Hallowe'en. This superstition is so great that several clubs on the campus have made ar- rangements for the reception of won- dering spirits should they decide to present themselves. It seems that it would be a good idea to be on the lookout tonight or, "The goblins'll getcha if you don't watch out!" WITCHES' EVE ANNUAL FROLIC GIVEN BY FORUM HALLOWE'EN STINTS TO BE SPONSOREO BY CLLBS; TEN- PI El E ORCHESTRA TO PLAY FOR DANCING Freshmen! Due to the fact that there have been only thirteen fresh- man pictures «.iade, we are giv- ing you one more week to have your picture made for the 1932 Yucca. Go today or any day next week from 1 to 6 o'clock. You must have more pictur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1931

: for r . P Let's litem Ry Louiue Ara Martin JLiiiXht £>«/<« H'u, Chases* CoNrtMM, by Frank Owen, ui u unusual selection of abort stories, eseeatially Chiaeae, full of the fragrance of Oriental gardens end tit* pore* laia beauty of the Chinese iady Ai to tfyle, £>«Ale W* is characterised by th*.* S ictorian rather thaa Uie modrra, be- cause of it* poetic and superfluous language, However, (laae Mail Metur at the lh*r* r« seven iter« meriting recognition, For Wi- fe* at iieetoe, iesea, December A, iii* T%X\a IN I KR( OIXECU I E PRESh AhSOUAilO* by Kurfml* of hut* 1« Lh« North lesaa <tance, /'« ? o/ I* interesting a# to the intricate char neter portrayal of a m lactone ry who fail* in love with a woman without morai*, a rare butterfly which h* mis- took for a moth seeking the candle-light Tha outcome of the story is a* unique a* its character, Brig Moral. WtmMimn Chri/mntktmvm is excellent because of a vary vivid and beautiful choice trl word* rather than it* charac- terua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1931

rt TO Sideline Shots Swede Swe A determined band of Eaglas took wing yesterday for Nacogdoches ! where they play this afternoon with ; the Lumberjacks in thsir first confer- ence struggle. Coaches Sisco and j Myracle have had their men out early i during the laat week polishing up the offense of the locals as well EAGLES OPPOSE . : T.I.A.A.ELEVEN 1 THIS AFTERNOON f- LOt'ALS MEETS 8. F. AUSTIN LI MUEHJAt ES AT NACOGDO- CHES; CONFERENCE STAND- ING LP TO WEEK-END The Denton Eagles remain the only . ^ ** the team in the big T. I. A. A. conference forwards. Tuesday the varsity scrim- that have not been tried out against maged the first-year man and literally league opposition all others teams took them off their feet. The first having played from one to three string backs failed to function as games with foes within the Associa- Coach Sisco wanted them to, so they tion. This afternoon, however, the were replaced by the second string locals maet the Stephen F. Austin backs, Wilson, Elder,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1931

rr^r :;: . . T./ CLUBS AND SOCIETY The Forecast s £ ij. J [ urotrmrr* t ■1 & • m * * * ImC year with a* for rt Club Completes Plans For Trip To Dalian Next Week iv«n Jutmmm agwfce to u ah . their aweting Wednesday i tome of the future jm«r*n ave been planned for the club A Ulot we* taken in which er gave five preference* re Freshman Clubm To Meet Next Tuesday; I'nwram* Manned m —* Iton't think Watch out for tho spooha and * T have been idle! Still witohes tonight! If yen go to the * P. >ou *« . Tho Baecutive Hallowe'en frolic and daaee nt tha *f W A. A. will and tho regular Wednesday „ . , . „ ... haunt you nU night becauae yon Freshman elate on the tmmpw will ff|w-|rh -trn. |u n i(l«nt Tuesday evening <# th*,r of the Girla* forum, can just hint monthly meeting of the torm. All escept tho Travelogue Club will moot in tho name room U>«y used la*t NEW MUSIC HALL NOW OPEN FOR USE « • MUSIC STUDY DEVELOPS FACULTIES WITH STUDIOS AND PRACTICE ROOMS GEEZLES PLAN DANC will b# h...

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