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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 June 1935

% • • ? • % I • • r • ! • THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DBNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 6. 1986 NOTES FROM THE DAY'S i\rws t nrle Ham ( hecks W r Debt*, Send Mills Is llcer Had For Hull) ? I OUrt DocMl'l KIIOM Mooseiell Neplie- To NH \ Itwinion l.ondon Kditor Sa> s Nl< \ Is a Mistake Warning lo PrcNidents 'l.ad l.udiva' I intc« Square Mokes Debut 11mI> Mobilizes More I roups H'or Hy Truett Meredith The first of the month brought its usual overwhelming flood of lull through the iiihil, and I'lide Sam. caught hy the spirit of the thing, sent to foreign diplomatle represen tk.iven of thirteen nations in Wash ington, "Due hills" totaling $Ih(i, X UP,701.Hf>. The hills were a reminder that the I'mted States ha neither forgotten nor forgiven the war debts. Uncle Sam, however, is not optimistic about payment. Collection was ex pee ted on only $Kt5,45.'l from Kin land Perhaps you can wet lie one ront ro- vers) which raxed in a Chicago eourt last we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 June 1935

FAQE TWO Sport Scripture At PrMcK«<i By §MI Chambers WKMOMK Welcome. you nearly three thou*- and student* who were not here last semester While theie is n<> major •port sponsored by the college being carried on at the present time, ex <ept for • slight amount of participa- tion in track that in carried over from the regular spring season, a wide program of athletic* i* being provided for the summer students Mr. Knox and Glsn Redtield are or- ganizing a varied program of intra- mural, for men and the W. A A i* doing the Mime for the women. Thoaa desiring tn |da> baseball may find an opportunity to do no on one of the teanTs in the Twilight League, or on nome of ti.e other neighboring taunts. The Hoboed, a swimming t<~m that claims the T C pool as their home, will probably be organ- ised in the near future. MR h NO\ A valuable addition to the local physical education staff wa-- made last fall, when Walter S Knox was broujrht here from Texa* Christian University He ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 June 1935

THK CAMPUS ('HAT, DKNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JCNK «, 1986 >■* . . '• I* * •• ♦ .• Weddings Usher In Summer Session Student Marriages Mark Intersession Events Here; Friends Are Attendants C. E. Arranges Special Program For Summer. FRANCES TRUITT BECOMES BRIDE OF HARDIN LAWHON; TWO ALUMNI ARE MARRIED IN QUIET CEREMONY IN DENTON With th«* advent of .1 iut«' ami the season of weddings comes the news of marriages of students ami alumni of the College. Sev- eral of the ceremonies wen |>erformed in Denton with classmates or friend* here acting as attendants. News of other* have reached the Campus through friends in the faculty and student body. Truil I • I.a* Hon Mias Francis Truitt, daughter of Mr. an<l Mr*. .1 I.. Truitt, I became thi* bride of Hardin N. I.aw hon Thursday evening, May HO, at * o'clock in the home of Rev ,1 Ii (•ray, pa*tor of the First Rnptist church, Denton, who read the ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Ye-hy at- tended the couple. The bride wore a yellow green...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 June 1935

PAGE rout THK « AMIM'S. ( HAT. DKNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE «, I9M The Campus Chat Published oik* each week during the college )W by the student* of the North Texas State Teacher* College. Kntered ai> saeond class mail matter at the post office at Itenton, Texas, December b, Subscription rales, delivered b) mail One college yeai fl.lH) Advertising riK> furnished on application Itight U> decline any ad- vertisement m reserved. MEMBER OF TEXAS INTKRt OlXElilATE PRESS ASSOCIATION mmm Off tea Acting Editor Buatnoas Manager Sponsor Telephone 124 J EIUIOKI \l SI A EE Manual Art* 107 Bertiand \\ Hettin Ja.nes Wheeler J. 1). Mall Jr. THE CAMPUS CHAT extend** greetings to you. Its staff hope# that you art" comfortably located, that your clanaea art' from seven to eleven-thirty, that you have a good place to eat, thai many of your friends art' here, and that you have a thoroughly pleasant summer. We shall try to make the paper an accurate journal of the event* that happen. We shall ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

I r * •# . «► THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHER8 COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1936 NOTES FROM THE DAY'S l\fW* > OUng lll'miirrilh I OIK- Ihtwn Their Resolutions Gasperson Make* Big Time News This Wwk -♦ Fort Worth CititrnK Nil* Kmpwl Ihc Ijh By Truett Meredith The Texas Young Democrats, whttnr rw>i)luti n!> attacking ' h •' Roosevelt Administration have been occupying prominent places in the dailic- of this section of Ihc country of late, reduced their grumblings "to m whisper" Saturday when James and Klliott Roosevelt, sons of the I'resi ilent, rallied to the defense of their fathiM and his New Deal legislation Resolutions of the Young I'emo crats I'ominended the Supreme Court for scrapping the NRA. opposed any change in the national Constitution which would permit federal regula tion of business and industry, and sternly demanded the protection of States' Right*. The policies were cither eliminated completely or toned down to a mere sembla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

PAUK TWO THK( AMI'l i II A1. Ill- \ TON. TFXAS, THI'R.Sp \\ II SI 1.1. I IMS Sport Scripture Eagle Entries Place hi AAU Houston Go As ProocKod By Bill CKambors I III- PKOSFI ^ IIV(, ( H \K(.I The charge of presenting athletes from hi*, institution made by Couch WifMi" of Abilene Christian Oollegt against Twdwrii Cdlli'Kc official* is so absurd that it would fie laughable, except that through th« wide pub 'wity given it through the press, it casts reflections upon this institution. Us administration, and upon the three fin< young men. If tht- college here hail l>ee i Keeking athlete.* to the ex- tent charged hy Weema, local officials would not have picked upon track stars; they woull have gone after ■ome football players who would have brought some revenue to the athletic department. Track and field are not self supporting sports in these part*, while football pays its way. If Dean l-out* and other administrative heads had been seeking to build up the reputation of the school i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

-Wm * *> & Read these Notes About the Sale!! To v«t our OK for this Mile— An article Kid to be good. It had to be styled right—MaionabU. It had to be an item you wanted to buy—NOW! The quality had to be up to our regular exact' ing standard*. The item had to be underprieed . . . priced lower than we could sell it in a regular way. Special concession* were obtained wherever poesible from manufacturers with whom we do business. (There are certain restricted lines we are not allowed to cut in price.) A special buying trip was made to the northern markets in search of extra values. Added emphasis has been given the sale by rad- ical markdowns all over the store on spring and summer merchandise for this event. Many items will be shown for the first time dur- ing this sale. UflHtESTlNG FACTC ABOUT OUR BUSINESS The Russell Company has sold at retail over 4 Million Dollars worth of dry goods in Den- ton in 15 years. It has sold 8 Million Dollars worth of dry goods in Denton County. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

It Practically Our Entire Stock of SUMMER PRESSES Tin nrst Kioup of dr include* murk-downs from !>.% ti.Hfi and TJM In It you will find shirtwaist dresse* ih pu;;t«l u 11 tl white crepes, wash libit striped silks dark lit leu; pwp holp nrpps printed chlflotui, ejelets, cut* ton ince.v printed dtmiiK': seersuckers Sires 12 Ui 44 ♦3 5.95 Wcr« 6.85 7.96 In the $10 group there win Lie a : ijeuul purchtue ol reg- I 111 I |l^9S dr*.sm and mark- ilovMuj nuni print- ed chillons i many Jacketed i pluin dark chiffons, plain crepes, dark nets, eyvlet aattt. and piUU l and white crepes Soine with dark coitt Meet ia U> 44 12.66 16.65 The lf. group includes mark- down dresses rrotn our sum- mer «t<Jck. regularly salltne at $19 7ft and $29 50 Print- ed cmrton; plain crepes plain finnans net and lace suits in brown or Qlack printed tWrfwalst style; white crapes and pas- tel suits 3,w>s 12 to 44 16.75 26.90 COOL Summer Cottons Cool comfort and cottons tfo hand in hand and we are firm bel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

. s -« ■ t-de ■ 0> , ■■ .1 KNEE LENGTH SHORT-EZ STOCZMGS •* Annivertary Special 45c All pure silk a ith i-laatic * j' .tfti'i* lop. Sum mar < i 11 rs a re! Teadance I M t ingue and Suntonu Just In Time For Vacation Picnic Togs 3-PIECE PIQUE SUIT 1.98 Mliltly itultn, they could Ut mlled becuuse the blouse has u nudity eoi- lui .s.'iurta und button- iluwn (runt skirt. Very tilfty for bicycling und lake outings. Brown und wlilt* or rtttvy und White. 5 To 6 P. M. !! I SPECIALS ; M AM I'cilM 7c I IT ■ ' 7c 11M 7c jaM 7c H ■ 7c IO ■ 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c M 7c 7c 7c 7c ; C'KKAM 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c 7c IF STICK 7c BROW DAKKENEK 7c WEEZERS 7c Kapok Filled CHINTZ PILLOWS 39c Porches, lawns, sun rooms and bedroom* will b<> made gayer with colorful flowered chintz, pillows. Take them on picnics and camp trips. Treat em rough; the kapok will not lump. FABRIC GLOVES 59c value 41c White iiit-: h weaves, piques .ma linen; Come with organ- ds culls, oiut tailored. White. rtBvy, toro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

A Big Anniversary Treat All Our Summer TROPICAL SLITS REDUCED $35 ROCKLAND TWISTS for uur Anniversary Sale 3l $25 CURLEE SUMMERH A VEN for our Anniversary Sale ft 22" RUSSELL'S WHITE TOYO STRAWS 98c STRAW SAILORS 1.49 and 1.98 h the Value Spotlight Shirts and Shorts, each I Ic White Handkerchiefs, each 3c Summer Suits . $5 Nunn-Bush Shoes Reduced! Manhattan And Enro Shirts Dish Rag' SPORT SHIRTS 79c ZIPPER POLO Shirts ... A Red Lattar Feature of Anniversary SHIRTS A broken size group of men's shirts taken from stock and including such standard brands as Manhattans and En- roes. Collars attached Sizes from 14 to 17. REMEMBER FATHER S DAY ON JUNE 16 NEW OLDSMOBILE GIVEN AWAY FREE ASK FOR TICKETS Lorraine, Haspel Seersucker Cord Suits 12.75 Mark Twain Linen Suits 13.75 to $15 15.75 Genuine Palm Beach SUITS DRESS SOCKS Regular 25c value 15c Pr- DRESS SOCKS 10c pair Special Purchase of CHENEY TIES 10 dozen Regular 1.00 79c 5 dozen Regular 1.50 1.00 Remember Fathers Day! KEN'S SWIM SUITS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

T • i • • ■ • TilK CAUCUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY JUNK 18, 1085 ■ ' ((Mneucuns (live Secret Of Reauty Culture RY RUTH SPIIRLOCK \ they dig through tlx buried I Hill (>f pa-t CIV'lll/.at loll III ('In ■•legists find evidence (lint the cos metic art wan well developed a 5IMHI years before Christ. Sn wc moderns haven't iliwiivcri'il anything ni under the sun aftei all, for (hr earliest civilizations hail the same urge foi per-■• • • 11hI heir t.v a- the civi li/.ation of today. \ famous New York beauty special i t ay.-, thai features may l<e irregu lar. forehead* too high, noses too prominent, chin angular all of these are not important. The main thing to do for lieauty is not tn have a tlat look hut have a good expre- sion ami he heautiful in your own way This sounds pretty good to us, foi all of us are not hy any means Messed with even nearly perfect face hut we can make use of what we have To do this one should have a few well selected beauty aids an I use them regularly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 June 1935

PAtfE FOUR THK « AMI't S THAT, DKNTON. TEXAN. THl'KSDA\ Jt'NE 13. 1B.V. The (Campus Chat Published once each week during the college year by the students of the North Texas Stat Tetrhvo ( ullege. Filtered as wound class mail matter at the poet office at Denton, Tt xa>. December h, 1WD5. Subscription lates. delivered b> mail tint ool It-fcrv yeai Advertising rates furnished on application vert laement is r«erv«d. Pick Ups Hy Gabby Buller of the Howe, Arkansas, Boilers Bagatelles $1.00 Right to decline any ad- The man with the now philology «hat ho, religion the great fgg wait* mystery dues reading make 'he man? H K-rupmt Add to ( y\l/rrr Cfo Choral Director 1,000 Voliwei Cals Men Are MM |H't Man> llapp> Returns . AT THE I'AKK. Thursday, June 1.1, To Join To Library ii.. v..« iwuinlv who Savinien Cyram de Bergerac i' .. peeves people who s .10 p. m last: t.eoruc Burns, t.ra MKMBKR « !• TF\ AS IMI U< t >1.1.KC IATK PKKSS \SSOt IATIoN lecture on subjects of which they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1935

• mm' ■ww™ • I • T • < * • • • i % * • n i * # • « f • I <r :: t I • 9 • !<* THE CAMPUS CHAT nil VOLUMK XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DBNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. lflM \< IIS FROM TME I AY'S ^IWS Huev I• i*HcMlf III- I *• 11 Llkkcr Recipe I IuimI I'hoios Orcupv I'iiri I nl Ni * spaper ( ow catcher I niches ( om Basic Industrie., Sl'll (lliM'rti' SI! \ I odes llnlv Determined lit Lnlargc 11 i>l<l i it i: - I S. \rmv is For I ll I fllMI' <III I \ FDR t * • By Truett Meredith "I'hilV tlx lirst Hunt: in din—wash I hi lurni|i greens. Then >ou put 'fin in thr put Km remember tin- don't nhII 'cm Don't pepper "em Don't put \ini't!iir mi 'cm. Don't put an> n« HMinuii! mi 'cm Then you've cut I'iiI l.ikker!" Si* i|iintli Senator lluey I*. Ismg, in substance, before a bored Senate In-1 week hi a futile attempt to fill hustei thr Nation out of thr NRA. I.oiik talked himself hoarse ainl into a near-collapse in hours of al most continuous liattli' against ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1935

... . I i'aue two w. 'v i TMK • AMI'I i'IIA'I l l Vl'ilN. TKXAS. I'll I K Sit AY, .M \l JO. ll«; Outing Chb Added To VAA Sports f or Summer An outing Club has <'-n addmi to 'he program of activitn ■ for thi tt nan's Athlctii A-social •in for the iumtn«r. The Outing Club will inwt each TW*day and Thursday evening from H:iH) until 7:SO o'dork InM'ie- tu n will be given in building tire#, laying trail*, making bed* for < amp. and tithet features pertaining to camp life The schedule "f o'.hfi # t A A a< tivttie* i* a- follow* Tennia, Tuosdtyi antl Thiii sday*. from f> until 5 o'clock Archery, Wednesdays ami Friday*, from H until ti o'clock Tumbling. Tuesdays an<l Thursdays, from 7 until 8 o'clock Swimming WedncsdHX • ami Fri- day*. from 7 until f o'clock Sport Scripture As Pr «cH d By Bill Chambers simiho Norici: Natural dancing. Tucsdav ■ ami Thursdays, from 4:M until 5:."0 o'clock Onlv volleyball, W«iiii'i>iliy< and Fridays- from 7 until b, has heen scheduled so f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1935

• 4 « • • * « • ♦ • • i t * • • • • « • r i * I ' t I • I • « • • THE CAMFU8 CHAT, DKNTON, TKX AS, THURSDAY. JUNK W, 1W6 TOUR DIRECTOR JINIOKS HONORED AT BEAUMONT Relations Club Meets Thursday I lif Intcrnat innal Relations I'lul> held it first meeting of th«* summer .it itie College Club House Thursday evening, ami tin- following officers win' cloned for the summer term •I A. von l.aiikcn, |ir«*Midi'iit; Mirl • ruddock, secretary ami treasurer; Marie Mi'Mahun, reporter; Mrs. Kate Mainnit rli', liiveu Morrison. ami W. F. Baker, monitor* hi |> commit tei Mi liora Miller. Mi I *-<• •• (• \\ «• 11 ami Mori.-- Brown, entertainment nun mittec !• leven new members were elected in tin- rluli at tin. meeting They art' Hi sie Mnhley, Mrs. Irene Wells, I tun- Brown, A (! Wood, S V. Mr Cage, < fvi>n Mnrrisun, Florence Cul I i i. Norman Rollins, II I. Lamb, Ki'iinrtt < iink-i'V, ami Iris Crawford. Afti'i the I'li'i'tnm uf officers, Hr I W. Newton, faculty sponsor, made a liort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 June 1935

PAGE KOUR ■ * U> i : The (Campus Chat Published t>mee each week during the college year by the student* of the North Tfiii State Teacher* College Entered a* second clash mail matter at the pout office at Denton. Texas, December 8, 1910. Kuhx-nption rate*, delivered hi mail One college yeat $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any ad- vertisement i* rc*er\«*d. MLM8KU i)| TKXA.s INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS VSSOCJAI'ION riih: win s i ii at. dknton it \ vs. i hi rsday, ji nk jo, hm. I Mi ice Manual Arts UK Telephone 1242 TKMI'Okvm KDITORIAI STAKE Kditor Copy Editor Women'# Kditor Sports Kditor Business Manager Sponsor He it tund W. Heflin Alvin Irby Knth Spurlock Bill Chamber* James Wheeler J. I> Kail Jr. RKPORTORIAL STAKK Juanita llollabHugh Irby. James I lee Baldwin .11 Kranee* Prine, .leanette It id Icy. Martha Be-- TiMngei. Stewart .Icitugan. l.ouvenia liallaher. Mack Ready, Clyde Heath. Evlyn Marten*. i oNTKIBI TOR> Kenneth K Smith. Truett Meredi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1935

Greater Teachers College Edition THE CAMPUS CHAT •VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, JI NK 26. 1986 N T NOUS FROM THE D4VSNIWS Unci's Waterloo |s Mineral Water 'rince of W ales Sees Ills list Iti r t htlH > I tut Worth to View l:\lls ol Narcotics Vrurn l.n cs New \ ersion <>l Perdition ^ outmost Member ol Senate I akos Mis So a I Federal IiiiM'riiini'iil >it- l'ri s|n'ri I > \hcad Conference Opens Today Shand At Ten o'Clock With J#iluT C Assembly in Auditorium Harap, Myers To Discuss Curriculun Coaching Staff Graduate School Is Approved By Regents; To Open In September TO SPEAK HERE Thf triumphant overthrow of Huey Ling's attempted filibustct week before last wa irami'il by thf a ippnsttion through :• ■ 11! play. ■■ eported interview with thi• Sen toi from Louisiana *• v •• I 1. 11 ut*> claims thai mineral water was placed before him to • 11 ink while conducting his one man campaign against the NKA, anil that it wi.s the effect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1935

PAGE TWO I'HK CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TF\AS. \VFDNFSDAY Jt'NK 2 i. ItWf. Sport Scripture As Preached By Bill Chambers THF. coaching staff The chief reason tha' Kagle ath letir teams arc feared by then opponent* if not due so much t<> the personal prowess of athletes as to a wholesome ratpent for the Ttwhfr)! College coaching staff. The athletic department headed by T. J. Fouts ) justly regarded as one of the heat rounded staffs in this part of the country, and with the addition of the new basket hall and tennis coach. Pete Shands, the staff is not so overburdened as it has been in the past. The rceord of any of the Kagle coaches will stand comparison with that of coaches in the other schools in Texas favorable comparison Hit • JOBS During the past year, the coach ing staff was rather overworked. Choc Sportsman was varsity and freshman track coach, varsity and freshman cross-country coach, freshman football coach, freshman basketball coach, assistant dean of men, in addition to te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY JUNE tt. 1 U Research Facilities in Library Are Adequate for Graduate Division • • ■ • • • Volumes Total Over 60,000 And Others To Be Added Kesearch facilities f«>r irifi'l 11;11<' work in the ('ullfvr«' arc adequate for extensi\<■ shulv according to Min. I Vai l ('. MeCraeken, lil>rarian. since the Library already has in- numerable volumes now lie iittr used by other schools in yradualc work. Thr Library now house- ovei 110,000 volume." with subject mat lei covering •■very typo < f I item turc ami every avenue of research. Other hooks will he supplied as thoy are needed, and by the lie ginning of the autumn semester, hundreds of new Isiok will have heen added to this comprehensive list. According to Patterson's Amen can Educational Directory. the l,i brary of Teachers College is on equal ranking with other college-- ami universities hi Toxii- offering graduate work. In addition to the Itooks to tie found in the library, there...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1935

PAGE POUR ■ TIIK CAM PI'S CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY JUNE 20. 19.1b Departmental Growth b Noted In College Exten-ivc cxpanmon in the vat mus department* of the College ha* afforded the undergi aduate -indent a wider scojm- of endeavor, anil, now that in September the Graduate School will open, addi tional and more specialized courses will lw added to thosi- department-- offering the advanced degree MRP MM M KNT OK KDI'C \TION Since this co 11 aire is a profes- sional one. devoting its energies to the training of professional teachers, the department of edu cation is the largest from the stand- point of material equipment and faculty. An education laboratory has bwn established and equipped in which students who are doing stu dent teaching- have desks, books, typewriters. hectographs, paper, and other essential materials for doing the most effective teaching In addition to the workroom, the laboratory contains a conference room and offices for members of the education staff Mater...

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