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

I I I I I I I il : I ! I m t THE CAMPUS CHAT •Ml VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1935 LOCAL PUBLICATIONS TAKE T.LP.A HONORS TC Awarded Six First Races In Annual Contests CHAT RECEIVES TROPHY VI < < \ AND AN KSTA PLACE SKCOND; (ASH I'KIZES IV IITFH\K\ CONTESTS Taking m\ first priion, out of a possible fourteen, North Texas State Teachers • ollege received ihi> largest number of firm award* at the twenty- fifth annuul convention of I ho Texan I tile "ollegiale Press Association which was held last Thursday, Fi iday, ami Saturday at Sam Houston State' Teachers College, lluutsville. The < ainpus Chat received flint award, a silver loving cup, for the first place in the senior division; first places in literary events, individual cash awards, were made to Lorene Lane, formal essay; Flcss Knight .Matins, la in 11 ih i essay, Truett Mere • I it h, one act play; Bertitu.d Heflin, humorous short stor> , and Lucille Reese Meredith,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 May 1935

PAGE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS, THl'R81>AY, MAY 2. ItMft Class B Track Meet To Be Eaglet To Meet Sport Scripture A.C.C. Today h Held Friday and Saturday Tntk,F*wG. AS PREACHED BY Hill rhumb*!-* Entries From 300 Schools Are Received Approximate!) ,WO entries for the Class B 8Ut« t rack and field nwl to lie held hen May ;! and I have been nraivvd, ircordihK to Coach C.C. >itAti. Tuc-da> i fti i tM'uii. A t • tal of around .'t&O hi>rti school athletes w expected An entry from Carlisle. 1 ' onle« who Ii«<tl with Bangs for the chain Stovall, anil I'nam pmnwhip last spring. ha- li**en rerpimi, h it as yet no entries have been re- ceived from Unties, always a strong contender in Class B circle- Preliminaries in the track events will buym at 1 :30 Friday afternoon, with the trial heats in the 1 Jo yard high hurdles, 100 yard dash. 220 yard low hurdle: 22o yard dash, and 440 yard dash coming off m order. Pre liminarie* in the field event will la? held Saturday mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 May 1935

Trojan annual Dinner Dance to e Held In Gym Saturday THK CAMPUH CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, THUEBDAY, MAY 2, JW6 I h. Trojan Annual dinner Haine, in incipal t'vmt on tii. Trunin so- uil calendar, will It.' h.-lil in ih. Har- liymnasitiin Saturday night. A kui.piet ul th*' Southern Hotel ami |l i mal initiation ul t h. new memheri- .i thi- fraternity house will precede bit- dance. Hi F. 0. Karnall, sponsor of the lull, will h ilit- principal speaker it i lit- banquet < 'Uili officer* for the next year will In* announced. Guests at tin- banquet and dance I It I i ami Mi Kingsbury, |)ean lil.iui and Mi I la 11 i-, I'i • kIi-iii J Mi l >nii.-li an.I M i M. I onnel. |ii an land Mr.- l-out.-, ami I lean ( 1st i k IStlldcIlt gUCSt: Will II III- I t llf t,COI'tf<- 1 Ml Neft. W "i t li I'ai k. i ,.iu| | | Bruce Alumnae members returning from I, \ n \ 11*111 ul it).- -ta(. will also llir honored at the banquet. Pre ident I Kill Short will art a t.m -t ma t. i I' ■ -mill it tut*.- in charge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 May 1935

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THt'HSDAV. HAY a. 1Mb i I (W m w" m 5! The Campus Chat Published once each week during the college year by the itudtoii of the North Texas State Totchwi College Kate red as second class mail matter at the post office at Denton, Texas, DwmiWr S, 191li. .sulMM-riptiwn Ititn, IMivrrMl b> Mail One college year $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement i reserved. CHATTER BOX By Tero Nash ami Dick lruc« Member of Te\m> Intermlletfiate l're*s. AkwhuIIoii KIHTOKl.Vl STAFF Editor ManaKinii Lditoi for ih - i ue \nMNiali Lditor S octet) l.dilor Spur In KdiUtr Kenneth K. S.aith Robert Met loud \l\in R lrb> Margaret te l arri*oii Hill I haml>ers ASSISTANTS J ante- Dee Baldwin, Jr., Lou\enia (.allaher, Knr Leaton, F.vlyn Marten*. Hill Mitt, Kielyn Mrliaughy, \ Koark. Ruth Spurlock, Martha Bess 1 i iti|£**r, Brj ant Wilson, Mar) Klisabeth H indie. IP THE LADDFK W K Ml8T (JO, M F Ml ST liO! Dick Bruce ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHA*i VOLUMK XIX NOBTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1986 T. C. Observes National Musk Week On Campus A NUMBER Of OUTSTANDING PROGRAMS HELP TO GIVE THE STUDENT BODY A MUSICAL SEVEN DAYS V TEACHERS COLLEGE STAGE BAND Mu-h W ■ "k, nationally celebrated f ■«>: ! May f to 12. ha# been observed • it t h«- Twhi'i'd College campus by a iiumhei of outstanding programs. ponsured l<ol|i by t hi Music ilcpitr t mi-til of tlv college, under the music ilircction of Mis* Parrill and the music department of I lie Demons! ru lion School under the direction of Mrs. Marine Stafford. "li. M S. Pinafore," presented on Tuesday evening by the College ( ho i us, under the direction of Mis* I'm i ill, a student recital in piano, voice, and organ, to he given to night in I he eollcge auditorium under the di rectum of Miss Mary Anderson; an o|M'ielta, "Hansel and Grctal," to lw presented by pupils of the third grade of the I )einon.st ration School; to lie iln...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBN'PO.V TKXAK, THURSDAY, MAY i . CONFERENCE RECORDS DUE TO FALL • 4 | ) BOBCATS TAKE TENNIS MATCHES TO SET NEW CONFERENCE RECORDS The BoU-ats of Southwest Texas State Tuirhi'm ("ollt'tfc «w«pl through hII opposition here Monday and Tiim- day m the Lone Star Conference ten nin tournament. wttinR a new Lone Stat word S > winning a!! semi-final matfhn, both doubles and singles. T. tai point ■ a<' 'nulatfil by the Bol>- ()\ KRCOMK EARI-Y LE AD OF A. C. C. DEFEATS EAGLE TRACKMEN cats. following the scoring system that awards ;t points for each singles match won after the quarter finale are reached, and (> points for each doubles match won, were 4ft. while Denton, lOCAI. SQI AD TO (&AIK A 72-50 DKCISION Tracksters Tt Participate In Meet Saturday LONE STAR CONTEST KK.HTV NINK AT H I. KTK M FROM FINK SCHOOLS TO CLASH IN TRACK ANI) FIFI.I) MEET The I.one Star Conference track and field meet will l>e held Satunlay on the local track and athletic field. Kig...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXAK. THURSDAY. MAY , 1916 • i • I % a « A « • • ♦ * U <* • ft • • # • i * * ' • ! • « • fOLLEUE TROOP ATTENDS SCOUT FT. WORTH MEET highlevn Members I nder .l hn> rai l input e In Circus I.. Conquering: Army ( lint Stuff Kotwats Before KIimmI of Inseets "Pinafore" Director • >f liny Scout lege troop umit'i Kightecn iiiciiiIhi Tmiu|i No. f 7. tiir ci (lit- scuutmastei ship of l<ore into Johns, attended ami pai(it-■ |>aitin the Port Worth Art'it Council Scout ' ire us Friday ami Saturday nights at the Coliseum in North Fort Worth. At the Scout t iicu-. Ilcaroii Hut I' ill, a ini'iiilii'r of thi lioop, wa> one of the two ,couts awarded a free trip to thi> National Scout Jamboree to lie In-Ill in Washington, l>. C,, August LM •10. Thin award uas mjidc on the scout'H own accomplishments ami merits. Members of No. fi Troop wlio at tended arc Kenneth Tyson, Ilcaroii Buttrill, Bialc- llall, Humid human. Bobby Bay less, Billy Johnson, <ioi...

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

PAG* FOUB THE CAMPt'S t'HAT, DENTON, TEXAS. TIHRSDAY, M AY li. 1Mb The Campus Chat Publtalwd once each week during the college jrtir by the ntudenu of the North Tuu State Teacher* College Entered as second cl mat) mutter M the poit office at Denton. Texn*. December H, 1916. .suliM-ription Rate*, Delivered b Mail One college year Advertnung rate* furntuheil on application. Right to decline any advertisement in reaerved. SCRIBBLINGS Saturday. fl.tHI Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pre** Amwciatioii EDITORIAL STAFF Mi lor Maiiaitinit Editor for ihi* i uc Aanuriate Kditoi UmhuIi l.diloi Swciet) Editor Sport* Editor Kenneth K. Smith 1'ruett Meredith Alvin K Irl>> Robert Met loud Margaret). (.arrntou Bill Chamber* ASSISTANTS Jamen !)«•< Baldwin. Jr. Louvenia t.allaher, Eric Lenton. L\l)n Marietta. Bill Maya, Evelyn Mc<.augh>, Violet Koark. Ruth Spurloek. Martha Bea* liMBger. ilr>ant ikon, Mar) Eluabeth k indle. BI SINKSS STAFF ItuMncMi MaiiaKer t'urti* Hiliion Assistant ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 May 1935

IJf t L 1 • • • I I • • • • h I * | T I i • • • • • ♦ • THE CAMPUS t L ?; ■M-j 0 VOLUME XIX NOETH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 16, 1986 Coaaenceaent Ceremonies To Begin Monday RECEPTIONS PLANNED COMMITTEEMAN SERIES OK ENTERTAIN- MENTS Wil l. HONOR SEN- IORS OF I «>.{." Beginning Monday, commencement entertainments ami ccremonies will occupy the entire week and the first I lay i>I' the next week, ending with th«' conferring degrees Wed- nesday evening, May 2*. at H o'clock in tlie Auditorium. The week will begin with a reception given fur seniors of the Current Literature ('lull hy other members of tin' dull, Monday evrninK Ht 7:30 o'clock at the I. A. Teu Koom, Another reception for all seniors and faculty meinliers, will In- given by Mr and Mr.. W. .1. McConnell at their home Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Friday morning, the K D. ("riddle Historical Society breakfast, an annual event, will be held at 7:110 o'clock. The Mary Aniens will also honor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 May 1935

EAGLES REGAIN LONE STAR CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP HERE * « Freshmen Leave Friday For San Marcos To Compete In Season Closer 10 Record* Are Broken As Athletes Celebrate Fourth Annual Meeting Saturday Sport Scripture AS PREACHED BY ■III Chambers CONGRATULATIONS TO MPOKTSM AM AND MATTHKWS lh< performances turned in by the TJw Eagii'* regained thi* hone Star Conference truck and Eagle.* in the Lone Smr Conference field championship here Saturday, scoring HO points, 191; more ^ oved Choc than their closest rival, the Southwest Texas Teachers of San Marcos. The Bobcats scored 40 i-2 points for second honors, fol- lowed by the East Texas team with 35 1-2. Sam Houston totaled 26 1-2, while Nacogdoches took the cellar with 1M 1-2 points. Aided lt> favorable weather and a TO LEAD TKAM track meet further \ 'oved Choc Sportsman's ability a* a coach. Sports- man wa already recognized as an outstanding leader in the field of physical education, due to the suc- cess he has had as coach of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 May 1935

• • I • a • • I a • , • ■ 4 • ■ • • • • • .1. • f • 1 • * • kaphltr« HnM d 1^ phi prs plan banquet honors jr. mary ardens CLj/i T*m* * "J Viti annual annual spring MOTHERS op club re-ilect leaders kjwii# 10Mf frolic friday MEMBERS SUN DA Yi for summer term Dinner-Dance Saturday SOCIAL ORGANIZATION TO HOLD BANQUET AT C I A.I DANCE AT GYM; INITIATE PLEDGES AT LAKE CEREMONY DESIGN FOR CLUB PIN SELECTED AT MEETING A formal dinner-dance, an annual a(t'i ir of I hi' dub, will Ih' held by members iiC the Kaghlirs, local so- rority, at tin- < I. A tea room Sat unlay evening. I.aura It Adumu, pr«v ident of Ih«* club, will act as toast- miatress at the dinner. A welcome will In given liy the Wiaslmistli followed |fy icspoiiil'S I'rnni thi' new members, delivered by < balletic ferryman, anil rcprcsenta IV- from each of i hf men's social «IuI• i>n the campus Those who wi|| represent clubs an- Waddy Kul- le> Projans; Arthur Bragg, Betas; Hen Powell, (iee/.les; Kruiiklin Her ion, l'i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 May 1935

The Campus Chat THK C AMPUS ( HAT. DENTON. TEXAN. THURSDAY, MAY Id. HM6 CHATTER BOX the college jrnr by the students of the College. Entered as wrond class mail matter •I Denton, Ttui, Dec >mber 8, 1916. ted om each weak during tin Teaae Wat* Teachers College. Hy Anon. Saturday's Safcarriptiea Katee. Delivered by Mail Om college year Advertising rate* furniahed on application. Right to decline any advertisement it reserved. $1.00 Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pre** Association KOITOMAL BTAPP of Two Cities" i Honham and Great Neck) is quite (he Muff uml was once in tlemand. Editor riate Editor Editor Mparts Editor _ J Bill Dee Baldarin. Jr., ■ ASSISTANTS I,omenta Gallaher, Eric rth E. Smith Alvin M lrb> Kobert Met loud Margaretle Garrison Bill Chamberx Leatoa, Evl a Martens. U \ I EH tiETS IN HVMIE'S EVES to read, we have heard that the "Tale The weathei evidently must have been wet in Plainview according to the card received by Kalph Brady fri .n Hymie. stating that — Well, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

• 'I J,' I N * ► SUMMER edition CAMPUS CHAT Ammm VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEAGHBB8 COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 28. 19J15 Administration Expects 3,300 Summer Students Graduating Seniors To Hear Conaencenent Address In Auditorium Wednesday Night 154 HAVE .4P PLIED FOR DEGREES DR W J. MCCONNELL. PRESIDENT OF COLLEGE. TO CONFER DEGREES IN EVFNING CEREMONY*, CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES ARE LISTED e<>mnu'nn-nH'iit cxo-ivi*'^ for nicmliers of t he graduating rla^s will he held V\'«•• Iru"scIm\ evening. May 29. at K o'clock, in the r'ollejre Auditorium. departing from the custom of the morning cercmony. Decrees will lie conferfed by Dr. W. J. McConnell. F'resident of the Collegr frocessional music will be played by the College Orchestra under the direction of Floyd Graham. Seniors, accompanied liy then Ik mil —— ers, are to con> no at 7:30 that even ing in front of the Education Building. DEAN OF COLLEGE The academic procession will move j northward to the Administration B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TLX AS, THURSDAY, MAY 88, II Elaborate Recreation Program Planned For Teachers College Visitors Laud COME ON IN THE WATER'S FINE! Recreitisi NATIONAL REPUTATION MANY KEATI RKS OF PARK TO BE PLACED AT HIS POSAI. OF STI PFNTS Eaglets Nosed 380 Men Took Part In Out In Meet New Intramural Sports Tlw recreation program which ha* been an outstanding ftatuie of the College summer session for several years, will lie conducted this year un- der the same general plan, as used heretofore, according to Theron J. Outdoor swimming pool in the Recreation Park. just south of Harris*. Fouta, chairman of the Recreation Gymnasium. The pool is opeii to iMith men and women student* of the Col- t oinmittec of the t ollege. lege, and competent life-guards are on constant duty. Other members ol the committee —wm^m^^_ are P. E McDonald, I i. Sam B Mc- For Freshaen SAN MARCOS FIRST OTHER SCHOOLS PLACE FAR REHINP IN FIRST CONFERENCE MEET Walter 8. Knox, who came to Tea jchers College ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

I I t • i * ► t ♦S I k a • • • ♦ ♦ <0 > • • ♦* • • • • • • • • • I « THIS CAM PL'S 'HAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 2S, I WW Fifty Teachers To Supplement T. C. Summer School Advantages Of Metropolis And Friendliness Of SmJI Town Are Found At Denton in Denton County thirty-five miles from Ft. Worth and forty mill's from Dallas, tin- City of Denton has the advan- tages of a metropolis and th«* friendliness of a small town. With a population of ten thousand who reach neither the excess in vrreat wealth in extreme poverty, it ha-> a —mmm FLYING NORTH OVER TEACHERS COLLEGE CAMPUS citisenship made up of hnni ' owners with enough civic pride to make a clean ami beautiful city. N\ ith alt abundance of pure nofl artesian water, Denton rank* hi r among Texas cities hi sanitation and health. It also has unexcelled rccrc atmnal facilities in and near the city. With a twenty seven acre city park PAN-AMERICAN CLUB HEARS DR. SMITH AT MEETING WEDNESDAY I>r. Ruby Smith told the meni)&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 28, HNt& Calcfe Stage Band Reports Successful Engagement la Westex Convention Tour; NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHEKS COLLEGE BAND As the official musiral organisat ion of the West Texan Chamber of Com- merce, which thin year met a t Plain view, Texan, the Teacher* Collage Stage Band report* h successful en- Kairement at thin year's convention, in playing for the *tag« shows which wen- given a* feature* of the con cent ion on Monday and Tuesday eve- nings. and in playing for the direc tor's meting at the Milton Hotel at noon on Monday. "I.a Fiesta." wan the name given to the stage shows of Monday and Tuesday evening* which were com posed of act* from different cities lielongmg to 'he Went Texan ('ham Iter of Commerce. The stage was set an a Spanish garden, and with that an a background, the various act- were performed to the rhythm of the Teachers College Stage Band, under the direction of Floyd Graham. Favorable comment was received from t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

♦ * THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY M, IMS #• f I • • • « ♦ • • « « • ♦ r ♦ • ♦ f • • • • • • l « • • • • a t. • Musetw Started In 1926 Now Is State Property FOUR DEPARTMENTS MATFRHI.K SHII'I'lh TO TKACHKRS FOR 1SK IN SCHOOLS The Mi. cum whs started in Uijjli as the venture of the llit.ory men! ami t ! «■ i'riddle Historical Society. In I!*!I0 the legislature made M thi' Slal<' Historical Collection am! empowered thf Board nf Kcgint- "I thi- Slate Teachers College to select a curator ami determine thr rules ami regulations under which it should operate. The Collection is organised in four departments: (I) the Archives of the College; (2) Documents; (3) the Library; and (4) (he Museum. In the catalogue recently issued are listed some 15,000 items, some being pur- chases, others being loans or gifts of friends of tile College III the Archives arc now found nearly all the cata login's and other liulletins of the col- COLLEGE CHORUS AS IT PRESENTED "MESSIAH" Wed Known I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

ii THE campus CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. thursday, MAY 28, 11*86 Of EagUi k One I Of Largest Here 752 LAST SUMMER VI8JTIN<; INSTRUCTORS TO TEACH IN DEPARTMENT THIS SI MMER The English I >epartment is one of the largest departments (if the Col- lege. The total enrollment for Eng huh courses during the first and sec- ond terms of the 1984 lummi'i ses Mori was 762 students. In addition to the regular fatuity, the summer staff will include several visiting instructora. The Knglish De- partment feels that it is fortunate in having as a member of the summer start Dr. Klualieth W. Baker of the State Teachers College, Fredericks burg. Virginia. She is co-author of 'Spoken English and How to Teach It" and author of several other books on oral English, She is a specialist in children's literature and will teach this work. STUDENT TEACHING LABORATORY vwmB hk® Laboratory Is Maintained For Student Teachers; 200 Seniors Teach Next Tern Student trachinir is dom- on two levels. At the sophomore lev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

1MB 1 # • THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTOM. TRXA8, THURSDAY, MAY M, 1M 55,800 VOLUMES NOW IN COLLEGE LIBRARY COLLECTION ABOUT 79 0VB8TB ATTEND Ft FBI « FBOUC FBI DAY CM Cetera af r.«M North Toms State Tesehew CnHses Damon, Jmm Sumtrw Snion, 1935 The College Library, with its col- lection of 5&J00 volumes, furnishes not only information^. but also rec- reational reading for the hundred* of students who daily enter its door*. Hook select ion in made with the de- sire on the part of the l.iliritriaii, Mrs, I'earl I'. McCrackitn. and the Library staff, to inert the need* of the stu- dent body iiiiiI the faculty in the most effective way possible. It is believed that these needs are not confined strictly to curricular study, but that the growth iind development of the reader's individual interests is of greatest value. The >ta<k of the Ixiaii Library are filled to capacity with thousands of books representing all fields of human knowledge nml -esenrch. During the Summer Session the memb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 May 1935

PAGE BIGHT THK CAM ITS CHAT. DKNTON TFX XS. THURSDAY. MAN JH, IMh The Campus Chat ik he college )«tr by the- student* of the SstUrdfiV S ll«-jr«- Kntered hi- second class mail matter J oner each *«'k during North Tmu State Teachers Cwtfe •t Um post office at 1 lent on, Texas. December H, 191(t. Subscription Nate*. Delivered by Mail One college year Advertiaing rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. $ 1.00 Cinema Previewed by Eric Lenton Hoops & Hustles Stau? Show Kexerts "(iuy Ni'i'tii't*" In Program To Mcnbcr of Texas Intercollegiate l'r w Association FIMIORIU. STAFF Aaaariate Editor Aaaoctate Kdiior Sori« if Editor Sport* Editor UM'WIh />/ HAKK\ At th, Kenneth E. Smith \ udit i imn I Hinm / H ■ fit mi. Alvin R. Irb* i,d hy 11 Ilium /)ie'< >!• ■ Story Hubert Met loud ()()j ,,/,(« hy t'du<ord ( hodoror. ciZZ: - ">*■"; «;-• lirl tfto Nrgmnid Om'in. I ictoi Joi y O*nood P«rkim* Ferrer Trim ASSISTANTS James Dee Baldwin. Jr.. I...

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