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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1935

THE CAUCUS ('HAT, DENTON, TEXAS, WEDNKHIIAY JUNE JB. l 8fi Prof Outlines Sure Cure For Depression Alumnus Is Married To SCWGrad A sure run for tin depri ■urn was outlined by Dr. Uobert II Montgomery, prole. of in nuiiiii id Hi, I 'nnersity of leva , in one of In - concluding lectint Ht lh< College la i -uniiuci. ih Montironiery, who bccaim populai through his NHA coursi and n nation party lecture.-., will lie with tile College | he ft rut two week of thi' second term this sumuici Dr. Montgomery's cum for tin depression, he admitted, would never be put into effect, unless h< was made dictator of the United Slates. Me explained it as fol lows: "I hist would make it a felon) for anyone to manufacture 01 dlstriliiite eithei suspenders in lu lls, then I would require all men to wear trousers three sizes too large. It would then follow that since evi yliody would have to us< one hand ai all tunes io hold up his pants, he could do only hall i s much work, therefore, all un employe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 June 1935

PAGE SIX THE « AMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TE V AS. WEDNESDAY JUNE W . 1Mb The Campus Chat Published oner each week during the college year hy the tudent* nf the North Texas State Teacher* Entered a mmwl class iiihiI matter at the post office at Denton. Tcxa.-, December H, 1916. Siihtrrtptunt rate*, delivered hy mail One college year $1.00 Advertising rate.-- furnished on application. Hitrhl to lieclinc any advertisement in reserved. MEMBER OI- T I \ A S INTERt OLLEC.IATF PRESS ASSOCIATION (ifticc Editoi Htisinrs'- Manager Telephone 1242 Manual Art* 101 Bert rand W Hcflin James Wheeler EDITOR! \l SI M l Copy Editor Alvin Irby Women'n Editor Ruth Spurlock Assistant* Jeannette Ridley, .luamta llollohauKh Irhy. Martha Boss Tminger, Louvema Gallaher, Evlyn Marten* bports Editor Bill Chambers Assistant* Frame* Prtne, Woodrow Williams REPORTOR1 \1. SI VFF .lame. Dee Baldwin. Jr., Clyde Heath. Maek Ready, tiara Dee \\ 111>. Effa Nell Thoma*. Weldon Calhoun, Martha l<ou Bolinger. Martha Schla...

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

THE CAMPUS CHA wak VOLUME XIX THURSDAY, JULY 4. IMS NCTES FROM THE DAY'S NEWS ll'ii Pleasure Before Hwinrtm In Illinois Halliburton's Theory Show* Weak Spots Italy and Ethiopia Like Cat and Moum' "Women ForxHtini Modesty," Says Priest Share t he-Wealth In Capillar With Many The Illinois legislature adopted j h plan of procedure leaning sus- piciously toward the "plees'ure he- fore business" principle recently when Sally Hand, famous fan dancer, appeared Hefor- them pre sumahly as a guest. The dancer, without her fans and bubbles but elad in a neat-fitting sports cos- | tume, was greeted with a rousing burst of applause that lasted for sonic minutes, and it is roneeiv able that the State's business suf- fered as the ponderous minds of the legislators shifted from weighty matters of public welfare to those of a more airy nature. Priie project of the week: a debate between Sister Aimee Mc- ,1'herson and Senator Hiiey Long, on the subject of economic re* cover y. , " ~ Associated Press-...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 4. IMS Intramurals Continue Interest Fans; Dark Horses, h*" YMt«*y Softies Lead In Softball W. A. A. Activities By Frances Prine T Dittrich, Snth Are Defeated h Finals At NTAC (irmdumte Receive* Life Position In I Princeton School* BONNIE THOMPSON No report* ooiu-orninir the sue-, (>n'' 'l"" outstanding *ports ■ r — of the five Penton track men i inanam'rs < f the A. A. \. clubs at the National A A. U. track1- Bonnie Thompson. Km Home Havered by the weather, intra- mural activities continued to hold popular interest durinjr the third week of the program. Although voftltall ik attracting the most at- tention. tennis and miniature golf continue to he popular with the athletes. In many of the sports, th<> Anali or semifinals have been reached. Charlie Cox's Park Horses and Shorty Leonard's Softies continue to lead thv parade in the soft hall "N ^ l.IN( OLN league, neither having been de While no one has heard any feated Meeting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1935

WV; ma, AY. JULY 4. INK VwMf Prtf Finds State HoMogmeow CLCs 27 Pledget Wedaesfay That thr c*« ll« r«* group here in much more homogeneous than those in the North ha* l>een noted liy Dr. Herbert I). Lanison. visit- * incr professor of sociology, who rimr t«> the College from Harvard University, where the degree of doctor of philosophy was confer- j red upon him in June, this year. Dr. La in son served hs instruc- tor in economics at Harvard while doing his graduate work. His undergraduate decree was con- ferred hy Hrown University. Providence, Rhode Island. From l! 27 until HUM l>r. Lam- son taught economics in the Uni- versity < f Shanghai. • That the girls of the South chew gum more than those of the North whs one of the difference1- l>r. 1.11 in mom mentioned; however, he said, they do not smoke cigarets in public as much. The recreation program of the College has impressed him. 'The faculty shows remarkable-foresight in providing such excellent recre- ational faci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 July 1935

rouft THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 4. 1MB The Campus Chat Published once each wwk during the college year by the students of the North Texas State Teacher* College. Entered ■v second class niail matter at the poat office at Denton, Texas, December 8. 1#16. Pick Ups By Justin Knutt of the Misaouri Knutts Ihqatelles Suharriptwn intes, delivered by mail On« col lege year $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. MEMBER >F TEXAS INTERCOLLKGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Office Editor Business Manager Telephone 1242 Manual Art* 107 Berirand W Heflin James Wheeler EDITORIAI. STAFF C«py Editor Alvin Irby Women's Editor Ruth Spurlock Assistants Jeannette Ridley, Juanita Hollobaugh Irby. Martha Bess Tisinger, Louvenia Gallahcr. Evlyn Martens Sports Editor Bill Chambers Assistants: Frances Prine, Woodrow Williams REPORTORIA1. STAFF James Dw Baldwin Jr. Clyde Heath. Clara Dec Witty. Effa Nell Thomas. Weldon Calhoun. Martha Ix...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT v VOLUMtt XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 19S5 ♦ i !• ♦ IMCI fcS FROM THE rmwws l ollege President II To ( apital for I'W A lid Ethiopia and Italy Prepare for War Fori Worth Radio Station Initiate- New T> pe ol ProKiani Pal man Claims Xdministratinu Support lor Price Legislation Doctor-Senator Remarks It Is Too Hot lor Work temperature Reaches I INI in leva*; Floods in New ^ <>rk *• Now comts the new- that college presidents air taking up hitch Ink ing as h means of travel. B. ('tar ♦•net1 Evans, head of Montezuma College near Los Nona- New Mcx ico, made bis way "I y thumb" all the distance to Washington tn seek federal aid to repair his school so thai it could be more useful. "We are practically broke out there," Evans said, "and since I hail to get here somehow, i just decided to work my way. Sotm of my friends gave me a little money before I started and I ate otf that on the way. I will work for tny room and board...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1935

PAGE TWO THK CAMPUB CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THl'RHDAY. JULY II. IMA t Leonard's Softies Cop Softball Tournament of First Summer Term Shorty la-onard's Softie.- mppeti the softball championship last niirht when it downed Charley "« x' hark Horses. 7-6. Despite weak- news in his infield support, Cul- peppei of the Softies pitched a nui game. allowing only four hit*. Cox was lil>eral with hiti^. but hie intuld l'.im bini pvrfect support, and. led by the brilliant play of Hill O'Neal, led until the last in- ning The Softies trailed until the last inning when Romine, ti reuse. Brown, and Culpepper cored to bring their team in ahead Knowles played 11 great defensive eame at tirst for the Park Horse*, while Romine and Relay Tea* Places Fourth InNatlAAU The Denton Chamber of Com metre team placed fourth in the l >Oo meter relay in the s«nior di vision at the National V-U track Morris turned i.nd field meet held on the Cm hi Mime brilliant play in the Softie's outfield. Only one upset fea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1935

en a. I e*. the * home ■eduled Thc\ Myrtle p. m., pring July rancis are on pring then t ••Hill ncern aindei ice of rante. team e H<• team left *il 0 HI' p fo? 1 oort I. and i* art inder rr*>l I ught con ivint h«| MVS NEWS (Continued from Page I) ■e answered, but hp couldn't tell why he wasn't. I Public Utilities publico* iiipii Jmd (Hp big himtnesh iiipii who make fhrir "rakeofft." front such ■•nlfrpriM<> tpll (hp poor ignorant ru* e a few Ih■ iti: that Hound logical and il is swallowed hook Imp. and ainker. *T Hup> Longs opposition to the il'rwidrnt seems to assure Uoo*e •tflt of re-election. Representative I'alniati planned iAdministration support for legis llation against price discrimina 21 ton. Describing the Praciilent as ■"hot" for measures to "g.ve th< I mall merchant an i'Vpii chancp ■ with thp big chain store*,'' i'ntman icrepare<I to lay his case before ■the House Judiciary Committee J Wednesday T He ha> introduced a bill to out ■ law secret rebate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1935

PAtlK FOUR THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DLNTON, Tt\ AS. THURSDAY. JULY II, 19Sh k The Campus Chat Published once each wwk during the college year by th«> indents of the North Texas State Teachers College Entered hwomI cU s mail matter at the post offioe at Denton. Texas. Deeemher fc. HMtf. Stthaertption rates, delivered hy mat I <Hi*- college year |1.M ah vp it mi nt; rates furnished > n application. Right lo rt« fiin*- an\ advertisement is reserved MKMRIR OK TEXAS INTKRCOLLKGIATF PRESS ASSOCIATION t iftin Editor Business Manager iflephont' 1241? EDITOR I M ST A EE •Copy Editor Atvin Irhy Women's Editor Ruth Spurlock Assistants Jcannctte Ridley, Juanita Hollehaugh Irhy, Martha Ross Tialnger. Lnuvenia Gallaher. Evlyn Martens Sport-s Editor Bill Chamber* Assistants Frances Pnne, Woodrow W illiams REPORTORIAI ST A EE lames De< Raldwin Jr.. Clyde Heath. Clara He*1 Witty. Fffa Nell Thomas. Weldon Calhoun. Martha Lou Rolinger. Martha Schlagel, E. R Harris Eaculty Sponsor J. D. Hall Jr ST...

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

act*, 'on* hdrau the which courts Mr ler in ilitary Was :ed in He «Urt un 18«7 ict of 178!) M<l(lt ferioi ppeal inalh. van t ll'tliil an 1H( V rente ami ap out t hull res* CM< • UK- arils A«t the t of no i dih Th. art hii' the egu thei the Haiti PX th - tak i hu- rl." iv<> Kill rip ipl\ uch oni ap "Bsc fl* Ah HUr th }l)(\ till- Mi!-! on nit Iv' Inn' |Uk IsH If} lot lb Campus Chat it VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAR 8TATE TEACHERS DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY It. 1M6 NCTES FROM TME cmNiwi Soldier of Fortune Sides \\ itli Ethiopia in Dispute IIau|M mnnn 1'rial Calliil "Disgustum Sprrlarlr" M«' ;ic« Points Tow a. < \ not her Krviiliiiiun IVnn.v Destined To lit Hig Money, Says AI' Scves Are Added To Staff; Twenty-four Are Or Letie for Semester IIMIurKM Lecture To Be At Park TimIMT* I' * 10' ■eld \h pit- InH |\Vi Rid |irt ] ct r" l A bet j Iht r ik lot |e> |n< In 1st - . Sympathy of the soldier of for tune, as usual. goes to tlu- under- dog in the impending war between Italy ...

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

PAQK TWO THF ' AMPI'S CHAT, l ENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 1*. l Sft First Swimming Meet To Be Held Tonight At T. C Pool Janior Hoboes Open Swim Tourneys Here ♦ BULL REDFIELD. MANAGER The Junior Hobo**. swimming l< aw representing the Teacher- < Vrflegi pool. mwt T heu first com |m • iti«.r «>f th<- season to; tr-ht at 7 oVItt'k when they encounter a team from Myrtle Spring- Sun- da) they go to Myrtle Spring* for a if turn meet. Thi- Teachers CoUefr t i-«n: has been working out several time* a wvc4. for about three Most of the work ha* been done by iMffikTh of the t««m individually, the work don*- a- a group ehieflj, Iteing in the way of -'artinif arid turning While the team realtJics that it is not yet in shape foi ftiff competition, they hope to make a (rood showing against the imading «imman. The strength of the Myrtle Springs team is unknown, except that their coaches. Francis St roup and Gilbert Wilson, will probably -wim with them. Slroup ami Wil- son arc two ex-H ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBHTOM. TBXA8. THUMDAT. JULY It. lMft Lieutenant-Governor Writes Of Centennial Cddbn . I'iiliKir-s W: In mi «p(| IM. Dull,,- people an,I I ran assure you dent*, in the life of this State of Irr In the stuitent bom of North It-Mis State Teacher* College, Walter K. Huodul. Licutciilaiit (■uwrnor ol the State of 'Okas, aii«l Chairman. C mmi*i n Con- irol of the Texas ( eiiteniiial i t clebrations. si-t- ilown the tre- mendous scope of the main and wiricd I'DlrrpriM's of the UKtfi oliHcnation. this letter is re- produced herewith in ith entire- ly.) "A Chun man of the Conuni mil hi Control for Centennial Celcbra tioni>. under h reeont Art of the I i i;i-Intuit . I 11j111 Imped In In* ulilf in lie present and outline briefly in you the plans ami hopes of the authorities with reference to the mining • KNTKN Nl A I. Hum ver. I have .just >pent four mouths in legislati\e win k antl I am a law > i■ r hy profession and have tr. make it living and it is impossible to ...

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY IS. 103* The Campus Chat Published once each wwli during the college year by the tuilent# of the North Texas Stat* Teaches College Entire') • -«s-« nd class mail matter at the jw>«t office at Denton, Texas. Iififml*! 8. JO 16. • >fti< Editor t^unnr* Telephone 1242 Manager Manual Arts 107 Hart rand W Heflin Jame.< Wheeler EDITORIAL STAFF Copy Editor Alvin Irby Women' Editor Ruth Spurlock Ati-iani' Jeanette Ridley, Juanita Hollabaugh li • Ix uvenia Gallaher. Evelyn Martens Sport# Editor Bill Chambers A- i-tan'- 1* ranees Prtne, Woodrow Wilson REPORT ORI \I STAFF Jain. I «« Baidw.n Jr. Clyde Heath. Clara Dee Witty, Mar- tha IA>i> Bo linger. E B Harris Enmity Sponsor J. D. Hall Jr. (Editor's note: Because of their excellent and timely Ihought. we arc below reprinting two edi- torial* from "The College Star" student newspaper r>f the Southwest Texas State Teachers College, San Marcos.) Rumblings On the Horizon ...

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

lb Campus Chat m wmm \nWMK XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHM8 COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXA8, THURSDAY. JULY 26. 1986 fill*. rht |m|I l;ir< |< l i' lthi I tout p<*\ |or k of I' |n>> f% |it!< lui I Irtt lrn T V lt« I NCI FROM THE umwws Kilt If I VfitoealCR l\illitiK Dictators Halliburton Tries Kicphant On tips l.oic In Crowned ( it.iinpion Papa House Mi iiiInt'- I liiinitiiiK Mind* I • . Italy and Ethiopia will set off tin' park that will draw every nther nation into world conflict, (Jen. Smedley D. Butler, former rniteii States Marines command- ant, predicted Monday. "Mad dog dictators," he told the fifty-second annual reunion "f Marion County (Salem, III.) oldiers and -ailors, "are chousing up ides now like a baseball team, and like a baseball learn the one that lias the moHt hatters and players will probably win, and they won't play until they do hav« the most. Fools advocate dicta torship that's no good. Jf this country were in the business, I would advocate killing the dict...

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

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1985 To lta*a I Begia Sccond Ten Schedule Intramural contests for the mi'- ond m* weeks began Tuesday night. with two additional team sport* from Itkft semester, and several change* made in the individual sport- A greatly increased stu- dent participation in cipwted. The (Jongkicker* and the tiros* House Dingers, the two teams classes a- favorites in the basket- ball tournament., rolled up im- mense leads in the opening games of the round robin tournament Tuesday nigh!. The Dinger* swamped the Stink Bombs, 40-ft, «hile the (Je.ngkickcrs ran over the Yelloujackets, 39-15. The other five teams entered in tin tournament, the Hill Billies. Dragons. Comet*, Midgets, and Feather Legs will see action this week. In the opening of the soft ball league, the Softies, winners of the first six weeks schedule, downed the Mark Horses, runners-up the first six weeks, 6-0. Bill Cope, formerly of the Hog Callers, pitched excellent ball for the Softie...

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

Til CAMPUS CHAT. MMTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY S4. 1M , Thespis! a () i .rh Stuch-ntu Startle Spii'tatofH with Silly Sccih'h young women doing the ilk and making broad swim . ostures with their arms, 'Wini; like a rooster. A lyuiK prone <111 the Amir, he arises anil with demon intvntness the other three walk t .er to her ami Krai' ur throwing her face down tin tage, ami slide her ten (i the wooden floor. !i i ai l ions a re seen hy th" • i student as he walks down hill in the Administration ■ iint; Hi glances to the stuge, tarts tn pass on, hut he ran elievc his eyes. He stops • returns to the door, and with eye growing wider anil ■I ilroirp ng. When the scone ii he walk bewildered down * ball with a strange light in im ii if life is too much for hi he is pondering self-des t leu or has a had stomach W'liat will l>e the ultimate result •hi- experience is unknown, hut in all appearance* the observer never he the same. He id • the man who. when shown the ii arte, -aid. "There ain...

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

The Campus Chat THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON. TFVAS. THURSDAY, JULY M. 1M6 Published once each week during the oolite ymr by the rtwIinU of the North Tmw State Teachers ('ollege Entered class mail matter at the [tout office at Denton, Texaa. S, 1916. Pick Ups Hy Emmie Sapp Of the Idaho Sapps Sukari iptwn intra, delivered hy mail Oec college year $1.(KI Advertising r Us furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement in reserved MEMBER <>f TKXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRKTS ASSOCIATION Office Editor Business Manager Telephone 1242 Manual Art* 107 Bcrtraml W. Heflin .lames Wheeler EDITORIAL STAFF < npy Editor Alvin Irh.v Women's Editor Ruth Spurlock A^-ntanU .lea net te Ridley, Juanii* Hollabaugh lrby. Louvcnia Gullahei, Evelyn Martens Sports Editor Bill Chambers Assistant* Frances Prine, Wood row Wilson REPORTORI AL STAFF James Ilee Baldwin Jr.. Clyde Heath. Clara Dee Witty, Mar- tha lx>u Bellinger, F B. Harris Faculty Sponsor J D. Hall Jr. Politics vs. Business BKCAt SF...

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

I Jul\ Mm fair. (ilh r(r«l ram ISal 111 I "Kit I.I'S rra* lain! 1st Irk, jrr |(>. Ira |l V >• jil lid lit lo r ■ H ' l# )) id 4 * 9* • /• FROM THE II WSNIWS i ol ION IIKIM.S $4; mm i \im STom I4IIS IS PKKSIS I KM ; 1(1 I \\ II VI \ PKK F! I I \i HKMS NOTH K v | IKMI OIMI < \ SII lilt. siKil If) LOUT; i u\M M :i< STl NG \|on iIihii one Texas farmer tn - that he wort' in on this, v . ronling to a press report from iiH/,il. thi' first bale of cotton of • l!iH,r> crop iri that, country vva tinned off Tuesday for charity Sao I'aiilo and brought $1 a pound. I'Ik Matuia/y.o interests of Sao I'aiilo, headed by th ' venerable int Francisco Maturaz/o, an I'ahan emigrant who started in Hi; /iI a a peddler and acctmiu licit a fortune estimated at more him $2f>,0(Mi,(l(Ml, were reported to ■ ave In *u lit the expensive hale Mafaraxxo is hacking the current • Hon boom in Brazil and is deter ' m il that the Mate of Sao Paulo hall challenge the South of tin* 1 Miti it Slates in wo...

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

i'AUC TWO THE CAMI'I'S ( HAT. ORNTON. TEX VS. TIH'HShAV. AIMJI'ST I. 1085 Goifkickers, Gross Dingers One- sided Victories Feature of Week In Intramural Basketball Tourney Missouri Coach W. A. A. Activities By Frances Prine 8? One-sided victories by the (iong kickora and the Grow House Dingers featured the first week of play in intramural basketball These two I funis, together with the Hillbillies, |>ulle<i through the lfirst portion of their schedules without h defeat and seemed due to tight it out for the intramural i hampmnship. The remaining teams arc comparatively weak and wm to have no oh a nee to up •et either of the two favored t«m . fteaullr of the games through Tuesday night Jul> 2.'! (iongkiekcrs Yellow >ackets lfi; Gross House 40. Stink Bombs 5 July 2-1 (irons House 2#. Midgets 14; Keatherlegs 17, Com eta, lfi. July 2f> Yellow.iackets J, Dragons 0 (forfeit I; Hillbillies 27. Stink Bombs 4. July 2ti Gongkickers 32, Comets X; Hillbillies 28, Midgets 14 July D...

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