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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1932

THE FORECAST Maryl** Mill If there's anything on tonight ex- cept the picture show. we haven't heard anything about it yet. One or two rumor* have reached the office, but they are without sufficient ground for official forecasting or broadcast- ing, as one may call this line we hand you each week. Anyway, you should see "Fanny Foley Herself," who will make you laugh 'with tears in your eyes', as the press sheet predicts. It is our opinion that the management has shown a good deal of forethought in bringing this technicolor comedy here right on the eve of mid-terms with all their terror. In the face of threatening war, flu epidemics, and tests we need' a good laugh—to relieve the tension. From the looks of things, though, no one but this poor columnist has paid any attention at all to the dark clouds approaching. Club meet- ings, parties, banquets, and dances are all represented in the week's program. and Clive Fambrough. That's not all that will happen, either. Big things brewing, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1932

Sideline Shots Swede Sw Eagles frounce NWl Monday By 41 to 22 Score •M der until III* We haea all MWd tail it ni taaa «r uaualif found only Wttr, and ti (Mir*, hut the Canyon bell club nok tbr fan* breath away tihift r aftit tidt. !><*«>( tlte idea that a i*-footer is of man, and it* , but th« We«t Texan* were just Uk tali. With ail U*.r height, however, the invader# were not a mean baaket- bail aggregation. They lacked a little poludi in placee, but it muat be remembered that the team ia com paratively inexperienced, and to move some StOft pound* around whan it to (arelcheo in audi a fashion ia r|uite a /eat in iUelf. While Corner and Coivin, the two forward*, were abort tea of only about * ft. & In. tn height, they managed to pile Up enough them to trounce th* local*, though the raat of the team added a few extra point* for good meaeure. F-.rtenbcrry. the heralded giant 8 ft. 7 tn. center, did not cop high acoring honor* for the game, but he played a very steady game ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1932

The Chatter Box Wilkmon i \ I %\i The Ellen H. Richards Club had charge of tha regular Friday after- noon weekly tea, which wa* hold yes- terday in the girls' reception room of the Administration Building. These teas are sponsored by the Girl's Forum, and have been carried uut for several years during the win ter term. Ordinarily there are ap- proximately 200 visitors served during one of these teas, according to Miss Edith L. Clark, Forum spon- sor. It is the intention of the various organisation* directing these teas to make them as socially attractive as possible. VOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY II. 19*2 NUMBEl Teacher Training Conference Opens Her 5U A Ten dollars in prizes will be award- j e<l to the two most attractive lawns j belonging to campus homes by thej {•iris' Forum, according to a vote, made at its last meeting. These ; prizes will be five dollars each, one for the most attractive yard where j the landlady is renting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1932

ftn Let's Go limy By Louise Ara Martin Six Yearn Ago Xi By IMfe MeNsil | b> Stedeels of the North i, ■HMftMi "iTtifii Haalan. T< is i •«( hnirrsd u gecoud < Ism Mail Matter st the ■wiofl tt« at Umim, leaa* taafew S. IMS MMB TEXAS IMTBJltOLl.lSGlATK PRESS ASSOCIATION of Us North Ti Mil# ••• x Helen IIUl Kraset McKiaaay Wttajr Ueueswright Maryles HU1 IM* a;.t MilW. i Editor y Uto jlumatsta; Guy McNtal, Louise At* Martin, Mary ill, hwsde tlwenson, Lou WUkemoii, Ruth McNeil, - Milter. Staff: Mabls Holt, kaipo Adkius, Harmon £. Urssn, Willi* Millar, Will Chamber*, ick, C. What a number of ehaoir- • ! *s«W «# ii M — «0 —wwwy W MW —a mwpw ** [ iww^ggiwt IT aaaeecha'.c to ascertain Iks appearance a celebrity cuts with woman. y,w ha . whether or not liia eyes are merely Mm or perhaps a A.,rii -h ,w«w " wore romantic color - a de* browa black- ^ ^ w ,, ^ „ la-bad. And with man, there ia alw.y„ that meaplicable ^ ^ (> fmm - aa atttaafv. woman w«th rar« ability^ |tm< w,.,k ftf Fv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1932

Hfe THE FORECAST Marylee Mill CLUBS AND SOCIETY It's l««P y«*r ow. n«i Valentine Mines W. H. Gaskin, Ira Johnson MOB tk wny. Look out, boy*: A. D. Hammock, L. F. Floyd. J W ^Hth * combination will pl*y havoc Hood, A. L. Whittington, and C. L. with tome of then* faint-hearted Shapp. Senior Girls Are (i nest sat Women's Club Meet Tuesday Crntsinger Speaks At Industrial Club Meeting Monday Eve Elementary Council Gives Annual Party Honoring Teachers WOFKN MAIDS' LEAP YEAR PRACTICES OKIGIN OF CELEBRATION IS EXPLAINED DO'NOT EQUAL W'iENT IRISH CUSTOMS "Then ! • not coy, but use your time, "pop «he question" themselves, SIS youths if they don't watch out. Al- though several boys have been heard to argue heatedly against the glow- ing privileges of the opposite sex (especially that one about propos- ing), we haven't noticed any of them having the heart or lack of it to turn down any da ten, marriage proposals, or the like. While all this is fresh on our minds, we ought to talk about the Val...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1932

I 1111 ■ Sideline Shots Sw«d# %mmm Local Cagers Take [ASSEMBLY Two Matches From Conference Teams 1) I IJM thin#- In If the tifiM taop pltyini th# f they played to thaa* two (um iih Trinity mad Sam JfeNMAMb INI A' lualiy gft foully axt iMkI About MNAifMl bars. Ta at*H ffe| MB* l«ai* tanked plenty puafc and d a iMiir of g—w I* birth B. H Mm Inatitut*, but to Mmi lair of naatss >li|id with . Now the iltwtlta to • good dsn). The Eaglss havt- out of Mr •tump and arc playing firwt ela * tail, Baylor'* Hoar*, on th* otbsr hand, th<;u*b thay looked only atdk«i« again«t the ItatwitM, are pacing the Moutbwoatarn Conference white B. M lit. who whipped the local* down fairly tatily, am fighting it out wi; h Ml* Aggie* far the «•« 1ar position in the standing*. Well, It'* a funny world, thi* basketball world! "Tiny" Moore gave the fan* quite • thrill Tueaday night when he *ank that long *h«t. Apparently Big Moore, knew he could hit that basket, for he allot with ail *<f«miag confidence ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1932

as by bf rn- ^y f dia «! . 1 m rh- f I ■I inv';'' ♦ ^1 = I 1 sra ^ I i|§^H fes.. t* ft. The Chatter Box F * If Lois Wilkorson VOLUMN XVI Ti.e Conference brought a numbei : 2 PU. NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1912 numbhr 17 of visitoris to the campus, including never* ex-students and former teach- ers. Among the visitor* were J. S. Brock, Mbw Vers Mature, Hazel Guy. Nellie Kline, and Marjorto L. Simpson, of Dallas; W. L. Willis, *>uperinendent of Sulphur Springs and a former teacher at the coKoge; Miss Marguerite Haggard of Plana Texas, Mrs, Lois Brock Whitewell Ada. Oklahoma; Miss Marie Seyler, aiul other*. —— TV museum ha* had a house-clean- ing, and articles have been re-arrang- ed in order that >h« display may be more effective. Domestic articles have been placed in the northeast room while gun*, uniforms, and other im- plements of worefore have been col- lected in the southeast room. The German, French, English, and American gas-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1932

fAiflTft Let's Go Literary By Louise Ara Martin by Student* of ,gte Narth T# Tntkm Callage. Lteataa, T«u p«. ( hat htMfk* at Denton, State q—> Mai iillw a ■ . HIS incredulous *tate- Exchangeh m Cmt N'NM 1 MfcMNNMk# Tickliah Scratches By the Caw pus CMS Ml MMKR TEX AM IMTEB(OLl.W I ATE ASSOCIATION Pfilai hf ftadaata at the Mart* Ti ! Tha authenticity at j meat, "Swat) wanMM stave the amid, I upon whether « not you ore a .mall woman, Amy J Lowell, on* of America's foremost poet*, wh<, died sever*,! year* atr<>, weighed nearly thr«« hundred pound* a bug* woman hiiiimr her real self bah i rid certain mannish char- acteristics and a tear intensely <iue«r habit* She «iept during the day and worked at night Instead of drink- ma coffee for «timulation, ike smoked large Mark cigars stron* enough for the taaglasS old MM dag alive. When Editor Boriatj Editor Uaiaa Htfl Ernaat McKinney Wtiay iiouaewright hiaryiee HU1 The fair araathei that having at preaent does not aaaas to be d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1932

THE FORECAST CLUBS _ SOCIETY M ARKER LOCATED ON COLLEGE CAMPUS PERMANENT RECORD Of POSITION MADE Marylee Mill Geedes and their friend* will at- would be thia; Wait tiU the very tend a dance tonight in the Mary Ar-Mmst to serve refreshments! den Lodge, which from all account* will be a good one. Further announce- IMu P.i Kappa isn't going! to have ment concerning it may be found in a banquet Tuesday evening when they another part of the {taper. "Keck-: meet, but the member* plan to make leas Living," Which will be shown in a check-up on the one they had laat the auditorium tonight, i* full of Friday night. When all that ha* comedy, patho*. and the joy of living, been satisfactorily gone over, the girl* advance notice* *ay. Several case* of will settle down to a discussion of chronic blue* have been noted on the the different thing* brought up by campu* of late, and those students the bfc^pat speakers concerning the who have been subject to thi* ail- j progress of physical education, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1932

Sideline Shots S*ede Swenson =| Eagles Downed by I* Smi Mart* Last Wednesday Night J CH ItnoM npofl*RiAn itdta Ike i w •< Amu MliCt Im ;ip -MM Tfekiltg* MMNB It. be getting pret |kl op around the oval Even th* tour that aoafced Um track till H ma alasest too soggy to run on without hip bc«it> on failed '•* dampen tbt- rmarh'r spirits IB 'iBi^ wt jB| immensely pioui/ of hi* WW Fraah- men, the Cold l>u*t Twine, and who would blame him ? It 1s a very prettf night te see those curly, geMaH bobbing up and dawn aa their | jar around the cinder path Mt Intramural Cagers Swing Ml Third [Week of Fast Play £ The greon-wiad the final bait of tlie {altered in Local Child Plop* | I*art of Heroine In Real Lite Headers Nancy Ann, Ill-year-old daughter of In and Mr*. B. B Item* who U tfci heroine in Mm. Cora Martin's "Baal Life Many Books Are ; Included in Recent j Library Additions Abbey Players— MIS8 COTTEBAL WILL BEPBESENT COLLEGE . .... „ni lb \i ta t f ayj >k* have baaa against fou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1932

■ --i':- V< ^ . Chatter Box Lois Wiikerson 1 VOLUMN XVI The picture show, "Africa Speaks," brought a record breaking atim to aM«mbiy Tuesday morning. The lower floor of the auditorium waa packed and even the balcony wan waU filed. The DanxtnstratiNi School children and faculty were guests of the college during thin assembly. In the afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, the j student* and teachers of the City H igh Schools and the ward schools, as well as schools at Center Point and Corinth, were invited to view this; picture. Other townspeople who had been unable to see the morning show were invited to attend this program. Judging by the cries of glee of the children, the picture was really worth while. NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1932 NUMBER II Noted Japanese Orator Will Speak At Special Convocation Monday TWO MEMBERS OBSERVANCE OF OF LOCAL SOCIETY SENIOR WEEK IS GO TO ABILENE BEING PLANNED Miss Claudean French, a former student of the college, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1932

iftdnf Picture h Spa n: - li T® IW- SMU At C. L A. Monday 8 Lets Gi Literary f§ (mim In faifiw *M * '* 1* ter to- '■ *"■ ■ .« ■> d (■>.: ,# M> Mptoi # * tojjjjjf mm i* Ml MMl.^# 1 jL## 'I'M ".. ■"Warn'1* mat -teW MMM* to* WMr M t*M Wwssm ittut r^^^MRiiipi' si-&f * to % .iwum mm « «te #. ■%'0 i .##« m*< ton* ato •>" i* W!|to Wtt ttf ■m £|Nt rmmr? Vm "M ^ 33M#-~ . t m mm W :t if m4 ' fcr r «# * «t n to • « -?Mtt- iMMi 1 -- ' • k r * iw "*?%*«% k«v MlttM* w MJ *<MC. I tsfci Wgpi .%|«ni" •• * <■ iftm fe w a V, Uter M tertotft to£ "BM gM$ totot Sry m -n^^, ■ «*•• iwbaiPWB!- '' .i# 'jkflhi Ml * - * l""as"' "• '™r- :-t .«. '«4 tM..* Id , lIMftr I* 4 Light? X * « ■** •mt to? ft-** MM* af-nte* tow «*# Mf KM Mt MMftjf for s# towr wmvt. "JM ts a** *M ** ' fVMMRV W3K«* "i#n HSwi Iff*' 'SjfcHllHfc '& "y,"^"rT, saw tkaSHft. Mt i, mMM *ffcrw .i"fc 'Mittato ff Hm *«Mk j, .. ,, f 4 • -jwsnmB. mmmmtwia-f raiMM t ter mm mmm ■*'*& to* wwter tmir,g ^ ^ _. , |e*l*we 0/§$S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1932

THE FORECAST (iSassSMSiaV T —T isi... ts.1 : Marylee Mill S ui'VGu4?%L !< $i23t : LI CLUBS AND SOCIETY C. L. C. Entertains Day by day th* leap year oppressor the flggi—ilium which we hav„> Members And Gliest 8 «... . /x .. is growing to more ami more been able to ftntl out is a talk by Dr. With DdtlCi Tuesday | ISatlOnal %fU€&tiOn Members of Debate Club Hear Teams On Elementary Council Hears Teacher Talk Graduate Of 1929 Is Married it Service Monday Morning tremendous proportions, one hard-! J. L. Kingsbury about the League of pressed young Mw was heard u Nations. There are to be several other lament yesterday Mi** Marion.' Roger*, graduate of the clans of M a , was married to John L. Morria of Ashen™ Monday morn- ing at 8 o'clock at the First Pre*by On Junior Red Cress |E* «S£ *15 | Church, officiating Mr*. W A. Wilson At *? °fthe Klenienury j ..At Owning" liefore the play of "Wedding March" from Lo- Kort>v*even guests were present Pi Kappa IWU. debating society, _ ___...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1932

m ■ . §&' • 1 Sideline Shots TZi n^Jli^ \tWAIk«AM jW#Ow ™ niun ( tfistriet MtMit ■HUM Gym last W4«r i to m 4aobt in ttw o*ore real have had Use ptaware of Thorn high i bfcil with loti Q& 4MMt ■% irtnUw get out of it, as (tf {Jm old school, and Uwy '*** MtMUMi at Ut get- ting t* Hfc Th «l MMM to 11 dMf in — — fc« m t m S> ■■ >kJLil j A tmiwewn eou«sgt? immw tell ami h«h aeiMwl basketball that is hard to dafine There seems to ba Renegades Lead at fed of Fourth Week Of Intramural Play Eagles Meet Defeat ■ Battle Against Nacogdoches Quint Mexico— Jn <€oatltoiMti ¥mm P«f Om) MM fc-endmif in T«*|*w. I from TibaaUan-yWrr Cagern Will Clone I Season Next Week; To Meet Commerce Chatter Box- r;- 'iilplllailMaiNitaitf Prom Page Onat Hm 'mrnm wi •« run* atoj n Monday morning at 10 o - mmtomtimm m W pronoun it? ®" W<***?*'. *t*f w^, ^ cloek. la honor of the bicentennial! In la? h ;I Lh ^ Ln* ^ «*«**• wil ck"«- celebration >f Gaurge Washington'* j <<*mch Myracle'* hard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1932

fl The Chatter Box Lois Wilktrton BWBBI 1 "Today ia a day for amusement, j and ia eap«cially wall suited for ath | leties," according to a radio program | broadcasted on Monday morning, Feb. j 2\>. It almost seems that the informa- * tion given was correct, at least so far as T. C. is concerned. To begin with, there was the appearance in the morn- ing of the Japanese orator, Yusuke Tsurumi, to tell of Japan; there was the ball game with Commerce in the evening which proved to be in our fa vor; and there was the recital by the musical artists after the game was over. Truly, this was a day of enter- tainment--the worthwhile kind. ^ VOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 5. 19*2 • NUMBER 19 Myraclemen Take Two a i j.. Games From Lone Star Cage Teams This Week WAR PICTURE IS ■khonfor TONIGHT'S SHOW MONDAY MORNING W. J. McCray Jr., a graduate of last August, left Denton for Kandolph Field in San Antonio on Monday of this week to begin training as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1932

by Students of til* North Ir«*, State 'I *aJM iHK'fllNMMIb flMi'' NfiPiiiiRRiniiiM ■ Let's Go Literary By Louise Ara Martin Exchanges My NiNM Caapss Cbi hni««l a* Second CUaa Mall Matter at the What genius? Th*r.- ar> those of us who fmd I'Mtuffif* at Dm«m. Tana. Decsmhse I, !• * OMMiwaa regarding a gnius a* being an estremely eecen " trie person. a* havtng a « rt <rf intangibte personality MfcMHKK J KXA.i IM KRCOI.LKGJATE PHKHH more akin to the stars than to tbe earth. .Somr have ik- A,SS<M lATlON | toed gsniu* w being the fruits of a mind overwhelmingly immersed in some gigantit form of creative expression, ■owe, being prone to reverence, have ascribed the in Helen HiD AoMrtaM Assistant Editor Sport* K Guy MeNiei, Louise Ara Mart to, Mary Wilkerson, Ruth McNeil, £ . McMiilMV w," I"'"" **' i« wia f, im *-«* 18' Wliev Houaewri*ht mt* *"<1 quality characterising gfn- hiiiu U«d-given. In order to obtain a more satisfying Marvloe Hn]'*r,d un,v"r*llli of genius, t might be w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1932

■I THE FORECAST Maryl * Hill CLUBS AND SOCIETY Evidently dead week mean* nothing Naomi Emerson, and Eddie Urn in our young live*, if we are to judge Vernon. Hostesses will be Uayie Mix- from the number of club meeting* on, Mildred Taylor, Evelyn William*, next week. It seem* that there is never Wihuui High, Maxtne Foster, Lucy any let-up, from the time we enroll Childress, Frances Keilly, and Lula until the boarding house* are empty a* Campbell. the end of the summer. Well, that shouldn't worry us much-just so no Kappa Delta Pi will hold its re- more themes and outside work are gular meeting at 7:30 Thursday eve- assigned next week. With that much ning in the College Club House, at off our minds, it will be a com para which time Vaden Miles, president tively dead time, you know. Apparent- and delegate to the recent national ly the coming final*, which are ad- convocation in Washington, will make vancing steadily upon us, have shed his report before the members. We a sort of gloom ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1932

. .. PP" Sideline Shots il Commerce— Tflfllty iJBiWFiHf ■ ISHVVMII wmmm may Mt have won junl a whole lot of yam** thin year, tart tha fN4P-f|M^ trig mad* hy the te.m did not «#em to hav«> mu< h f fnrt on * r.*■ c*'p- /r*rrimr* ihip of the Ipjjpli^ *p©rt# while ih« Raft* nm tUfelV Uhni Utarn't in—!urc tht* oilier night down at WasahacMe. They applaud- ed whi-n an Kagle mad. • good shot, or when oM of the Uw«U WM removed from the court, and be. idee, they did not mm to mind it their hoy* were KrUin* Iml They rh# r«l ju.t the same- It u i real pleasure to go to a haU tram* away from town and see your team get a fair deal from the Op- position and the crowd at wall, awl one doesn't find *uch condition* juat everywhere. dig Moore showed everybody the other r.igkt in the game at Trinity that if am keeps at a thine long enough and with enough iknmMkc. the thine can h« acomp.'whed, woore •hot at the goal about ten time* he fore the ball finally dropped through the hoop. After that ha ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 March 1932

The Chatter Box Loit Wilkorson volumn XVI :rjBBMM>BBifliB#jBii !a"U!iB«!!s*spoi^^ NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLECT, DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH 12. 1932 NUMBER 20 "I don't want to draw anything in here. I want to go oat on the campus and draw something reol," aaid one of the third grade pupils not long since to Miss Mary Louise Wilson, art teacher of the Demunstration School, during a free period of draw- ing. Aa a result of this request, one warm, pretty day the children were allowed to go to the campus and draw things that suited their fancies. The children wandered over the grounds in small groups and sought the things that appealed to them. Then the entire group gathered at the fish pond. Some tried their luck with it, and others looked at the pretty fiahes, but all were glad to pose for a kodak picture which was token by the teacher at the end of the hour, just before the school bell call- ed them back to the classroom. WINTER ram TO Raise In Foreign END AFTER EXAMS Pos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 March 1932

ra* f* of III North Tesa allege. (mtw, Tm« MMi Ills By L> ■ *:C L MUf ! 14 Hfliw I Knt ered w Secoad 4 ire il I>rnu«i. T U , '$■ MKMHKK IKX4* WTOOOlUnUTB ' t'lk***tClAVNP Willie Miliar. I Guy McNisI, Loula* Are Martin, Mary Loin Wilkersen, Ruth McNeil, i Reporting Staff Ma We Ml, Kalph Adkin*, Harmon K end rick, C. K Green, WUU Miller, Rill Chambers, Freddy Campera, Wiliiam Arnold, Dorothy Coffey, Floyd Cnder, i'aulin* Crittenden, C'lovl* Crockett, Oa*U* Cuiweli, 1 iieirna Kant. • .ha rise tuaUic Clayton Hay**, Welden ilugii, Dorothy Hood, Stewsrt Jermgan, K, J. targent, 0. W. Marcar, Mary Marl# McCIurkan, Vara Me Curtly, J. W. McWilliams, kichard Bete r man, Helen Rob Stewart forreoter, Kathleen Smith, Lewis Wart, Manager Travis H. Mnall Rot UU, Teachore College Station >0+0009+0000000-* *400 Mail Matter at tto I have attempt*: M, III# certain poeaibiliueii t>' " erature which yuur •• afford. We are twin young writer*, agate of < i « who iaae heart with «'*-• «. is n...

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