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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1935

THIS CAMPUS THAT, DENTON, TKXAS, THt'RHDA Y, AUGUST I. 1986 r Initiation of 35 Pledges Into KDP Is Held Tonight rhirl> five new mcinlici • pledged In-i Thursday night hy K a|t|ia Delta l'i Mill In- initiated tonight «• the Mary Anien Lodge at 7 o'clock iimiI following the inihn i^n i'ci cniony, thrc will lif a I.an at the S ' W Tea Room Pledge? include .M i litj <*%i Hal lew, Anna Mary Hevill, Curolci Hlai kliiirn, Kate Burgess, Mi Bertha ''ox, Pauline Crittenden, l.riia K F.lliott, Kthel (ioodiuan. Mi Flsxabeth Graham. (ilaih llaltom. Kdith M. Manna, Mrs • iri'trude Inge, Klizabcth Kinkaid, Thelnia K mu. Mi II I, Lackey. Hi ui i in Markgiaff Mary Maury, Retina (iimiI Miller; I,inn Milliki'ii, Vera Myers, Mis. Si*well R. Mr tyinney, Bessie Norman Mm Hai .ln> Milam, Hugh Patterson, It I I'enn. Lucille Quisenherry, Ruth Knnkin, Martha Frarices KtiH^elI. Mrs. Tommie Spillman. II I. St ubblefield, Madonna Trail, Kuliy Willis, Karl Wolword, Rose B. Wvatt, and Ann Zachry Alumna a...

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

I'AtiK rollR I'HF ( AMI'I'S ( MAT. DENTON, TFXA8. THURSDAY. AUGUST 1, IMA *—<F->—e—mmmm—■—— The CCampus Chat Published once each week during the cotlsp1 year by the tturirnii of the North Texas State Teacher* College. Fntered an Mtoml class mail matter at the post offii-e at Denton, Texas, December K, 19tfl, Suhnrriftion rnltt, rlflivt-red hy mail >nt' college year #1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved MFMBKR OF TKXAS INTFRCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION OAcc Editor Bubiiio^ Manager Telephone 1242 Faculty Sponsor J. P. Mali Jr Professors Skates havb: rffn im.a<ki> indkh thk PKOFK8SORS. and it seems that there is noth- ing much they can do about it. In fact, some of them have helped release the skids. The picture, on the one hand, seems scandalous, while on the other, a faint ray of hope n-.ny he discerned through the doubt - ftil mist. "This did not come in a round about, second-hand way. This is first-hand exper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1935

Campus Chat VOLUMK XIX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHEUS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDA*', AUGUST 8. 1936 FROM THE imMws PKESSI UK U'PLIEI); STILL NO HOI'HON SI'lilK KMS VTTACh; WOMEN STRIPPED HISTOin I Mil \\S KKI'E \TEI ; l< Ml) J All. I 1 H Mil.LION IN < VSH; HI l<\l I I \« IIKits 4 Melo-Thriller To BeAve«taGoe Given Here Wednesday f° - Appears Soon Although pressure is being up plied to newspapers by thi- niiliti«>.- companies in nrt effort to stop much <•1 tlu' publicity being given them by the Senate investigalion still un tier way in Washington, the disap pea ranee of h star witness, H. C llopson, who has been sought by both the Senate Lobby Committee anil the I louse Rules Committee, still managed to make front page news. Patrick Hurley, Hoover Sec re tary of War, in a hearing punc- tuated with frequent rlashos, >es titled to the Committee Wednesday that his law firm received $100,- ono in the last three years from the Associated Ga and Electric System. This is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1935

I'AQK TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON, TV.\\S. THURSDAY. AI'GI'ST H. int., Football Training Camp Invitation Extended Invitation* to th« fall foot ha!' training camp wire mailed early Ihi.- week to forty-four pros|tec- live mrmhrra of Coach .lack Sis •«' grid machine. Workouts will It-gin Monday. September 5' Members of the •<|iih.I were instructed to report Sunday to receive equipment. All were urged to begin conditioning work in order to lie ready for the -tiff drills given the s<|uad during (hi fall training camp. Ten lettermcn were Kent invita nuid. one of whom, Captain elect Weldon Taylor,. is expected to decline his bid. as h« has lieen elected to teach at Itasca next year. The other letter men re- ceiving the bid* wore i aptain elect Wdlard (Kmc Arts) Sutton. Bardwell; Rogci Martin, Norman tree; Robert (Fats) Shepard, lhil las, guards; Kermit (Sleepy I Hon/. Sherman; Bongc Daniel, t Gainesville, ends. and Johnny Sto- nhII, Denton; Homer Pcgiam. lien- tor.; Hex Re|iass, Grah...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST B. I S6 • McC loud-Story Rite* Performed Thursday On Thursday morning at H d'eloek in t In* Fijrst Methodist t'hureh of (irufuril, Texas, Miss Madge Md'loud mill Mr. Raarom Story were united in marriage The bride was given in marriage by her father, and Mix. Charles I| e attended h«>r an matron of honor. Charles Lee served as Story's best man. ^ The bride wore h fitted white lace wedding dress and carried a bouquet of pink and white rose buds. Mrs. Lee's gown was of pink organdie, and she carried u bouquet of pink rose buds. Larry Story, brother of the groom, sang "O Promise Me," After the ceremony the bride and groom left for it honeymoon trip to Now Orleans. • Kappa Alphas Picnic Kappa Alpha Lambda enter- g lamed its member- with a water melon feast and swim at Lake Dallas Friday evening, August 'J. Those attending included the following: l.ila Hollingsworth, Ann Chris Hansen, K. Lane Porter. Zelphia Bush. Willie Mae Thompson, He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1935

THE CAMPUS ( HAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST K. IWil The Campus Chat Published own Wfh *wk .luring the college year hy the student* of the North Texan Stat* Teachers College Entered a? wind claas mail mutter at the |k I office at Denton, Texas, December K. IPHt. Snharni>tu>n rnttm, tir littered by mat/ )ne college yeet .#1.00 AdnrtMltiK rate* furnished on application. Right to decline an) advertisement in reserved. mm MEMBKII OF TKXAS INTKRCOLLEG1ATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Office Editor Business Manager Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 REPORTORI A I. STAFF •laines Pec Baldwin Jr., Clyde Heath, Clara Dee Witty, Mar- Ilia IjOU Bolingor, K B. Harris Faculty Sponsor J. D Hall Jr Government Service and Higher Education ACCXIRDlNft TO A RECENT ISSI'K of the In- diana I>ail\ Student, the University of Indiana will in tht- future train students in direct prep- aration for entering government service. As some of the faculty members prominent in the move ha\ stated: "The rapid extensio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1935

u rlr • «• V • «• v f • * !• • • #• v I . j. ®hr Campus Chat '-M® VoWAlK XIX NORTH TKXAS STATK TKACHKKS (X)LLK(iE, DKNTON, TKXAS, THl'RSDAY, AUGUST 15. l!K{f VJIS FROM TMfc II \VS\I HS I II. II I OS I, V ,N I I i< l M M \ N III l.\ \\ WIS lit hi: i'kksiim n i I M l I I) ST \ I i:s WII OLYMPICS i. :\ 11 i:mi n d< \ i I'RI I I K KMlMll S "The Tavern" ChillsT.S.C.W.Heid U7 j j p a j- of Journalisa Wednesdays Audience T. C. Auditorium To 1 ddrt HH Senior tt Dies Discovery «• (' the long missing II ('. Hopson, head of the Asso- ciated tin* and Kiev trie System, brought new < M'ltcnii-m in \S ash nut I on Tuesday. Found Monday ncai Spring Lake, N J., he was brought before the Htm Rule Committee, accompanied by a law yei and ai Irani three men limn apeetators called "Iwxly guards." I'lic "bodyguard*" represented tlie nimmittci'. V reprosonlat ivc id' the Sell at*1 lobby commit It'r, JtiHCph I1 Mel arthy. who also has been searching for Hobson for week •• rushed gleefully to the bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1935

THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TI XAS. THt'RSDAY. AUUDST 15. IMNi I t Softies Take Intramural Softball Ude^8* G—ffkirifrri ' option r T Draw ■ ■ kn/\riV/>pm^nrA 1/I1W TopBasketeers As Season Goes INDIVIDUAL SPORTS TO WIND U P SUMMER ATHLETIC EVENTS The Softie* copped the rnira mtiial softbaii tournament by win •ling two of a three came n'rii's played with the Prw Soilers, unly «>t> «•« undefeated team Tin' Free Soilfm took thr first game Wednesday night, ft-O, l>ut tht Softies, reinforced by several oi then player* who wort' absent during tho first game, cam iiack 'ii •> . • ;«|>. <• '• Thurs day evening (ho Leonardmen citpfkil tho iitli by drubbing tho Free Soilers, 10-0. This is tho firat title to be settled this six weeks. Basketball The t it >njf kickers were on top of the basketball -tendings Wed- Sport Scripture As Preached By Bill Chambers W. A. A. Activities By Frances Prine m K C. Conlee and Pug Britton ought live rounds to a draw Fri No Quizzes Adult Dir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1935

Wm m > THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. Mr.5 ^I'ii ii ut on te<J ii* on in on tu- IU the lit . tii. * <• Moramg Coffee nonors ArOvH Seniors Complimenting graduating sen iors of I he Mary Ardcn club and ^he women of tln> faculty, .Mar\ Ardiiw were hostesses hi it coffee i ti Monday morning from ten to twi Ive, in th«* cluli l"ige. During ihf morug, approxi nu'clv 11M> guc-ts called ami wen icrved in tin- (lining room, with M- ( itbcriue Maurice pouring anil Vie- Iniogene Black orving sandwiches ami sand tarts. The ini'i.u carried out tlir dull colon*. The servii'i' talili' was laiil with lace nuil decorated with silver lni> kots of orange cosgiia . Cosma- wen* used ax decorations through ^>ui i hi- mora. Forty graduating mors hostesses tuaili- up tin' house ty. Tho receiving line «n posed of |)ean Kili! h Ii. Clark. Mrs. R H Harris, Mrs. T. J. Fonts, and the officer# of the club. Ma vine (irahle, Gladys llni shaw, Jewell Maurire, nml France- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1935

I'AGK FOUR THK i AMITs CHAT, HKNTON, Tl VAS. TIU'KSHAY. AUGUST 15, t 8ft The Cainpus Chat Published imcr each week during the collage year by the studoat* of the North Texas stale Teacher* Colkf* Kntarrd a second clan* mail matter at the post office at Denton. Texas, |lM*mht"r H, 1016. Subtti ifihott rate*. tMivermd by mail >nt collegt yeai $! Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advert inenn nt is reaereed. MJMHKi: Ht TI \ A JS IV II Id 'OLI.Klil ATK PRFSS ASM M IATION Officc Kditor Business Managei Telephone 1212 I f >1 I f NI \l ST \KF Copy Editor Alvin Irby Women* Editor Ruth Spurlock .\s ~i tani.- .leaneltc itidiey. luanita Hnllahaugh Irhy, Louvcnui linliahcr. K vely n Marten- Sports Editor Bill Chambers A-elant- Frances Prim-, Wood row Wilson RKPOR TORIAl STAFF ,iinx- pee Baldwin .ti . Clydi Heath, ( lain Dee Witty, Mar- tha Lou Bulinger, K. B Harris Faculty Sponsor J. p. Hall Jr. Newsrwls ()r Propaganda? P KOIUTKHS (>1- NI-'.W SKKKI-S wm t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 August 1935

i • S • 1 * • ®hr Campus Chat VOLUME XIX NORTH TEXAT) STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1936 "■s-shhhh ' * i * NOTES FROM THE cmwwi II \ngs I l SII K DOWN; S \ v f.s fol k 1,1ves mi: \icsr sum l,i he ci i \si:i vt <; \mes \ v/is ii \vk m \sons WD JEWS HI N NI Nt, It \ N(. krs SHOW l.OOD m wners is r vids 445 Undergraduates To Receive Degrees Thursday Confer9 Degree* Gov. AHred To To Speak Here While tin- pilot of itn airplane, Dick Kit Id, hung upside down un • i th«* piano lixing a wheel that had become loosened during the takeoff, |ii>n Long, who never had held the stick of a ship hel'ore flew the plane containing t wo other passengers for more than forty minutes over the Cleveland airport Saturday. \n amhulanee, a tire truck, and a crowd of spectators waited 011 the ground a.- Field clung to the struts of the plane anil endeavored to kick tile wheel hack into place. Failing at that, Field hooked his feet in his safety belt, fastened his lire extin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 August 1935

cage two THE CAM PI'S ("HAT, DENTON. TKXAK. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. WSA l | I 1 Sport Scripture As Pr#«ch*d By Willie Forehand I'hytt. K4. Coach And so mdn another semestei The intramural* this teamm were far more successful thai! Iiefori due to th«* tireless '(forts of Hull Bodbeld and Coach Sisco Al- though not much outside interest was taken, far more participated than before. Hi1 boxing matches arranged by < oach Siaco attracted miiri at- tention than any thine else and yrt name are atiain-t it next y«ar. f'heir only reason attain-i it is that it i a brutal sport. The manly art of self defense o bene- ficial to all h« >y and should be taught The matches here onl> lasted two week*. because alter one knockout and several black eyes, broken bones, and bruised lip* the interest died down Mavbt it is too brutal after all Every day in every way the** gridiron toughnecks are getting in better shape We wondet how everyone will feel after a week >>' this fall training camp1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 August 1935

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1035 I Graduate Division (Continual from page 11 if a member of the regional ar t'rcMiilinur association in the sec Iiiiii i>l' the country whtrv the in stitution is loritvd.l \iI official credentials must lie tiled with tin- Registrar of thi> t ollcgi Thc-e credentials should include a complete transcript of high school «•! ■«lit- anil a complete tianscript of undergraduate col- lege or university credits. (Yedentials should Ih> tiled at Icaft four weeks In-fore entrance. If Ihc required credentials have not been previously tiled, the stu- dent V reinitiation will he consid- ered tentative until this require- ment is met. A student desiring to do grad- uate work for which he has not ^ui<l proper foundation will be M ' 'iired Ui take undergraduate work I e-rrihcil b> the Graduate f'.iun eil to make up this deficiency. Admission to the Graduate lhvisum does not imply admission to candidacy for the higher degre. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 August 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTOK. TEXAS. WEDNB8DAY, AUGUST 81. 1086 The Campus Chat 00<HXK>00000000000000«>0<>000000000000000< Published once each week during the college year by the student* of the North Texas State Teacher* College. Entered ai> second class mail matter at the post office at Uenton, Texas, December 8, 1918. S"b*ertptwn rates, delivered by mail >ne collegv year $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Mh.MBKR OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Office Editor Business Manager Telephone 124i! Manual Arts 107 EDITORIAL STAFF Copy Editor Alvin Irby A'omen's Editor Ruth Spurlock Assistants; JeaneHe Ridley, Juanita Hollal>augh Irby, Louvenia Gallaher, Evelyn Marten* Sports Editor Bill Chambers Assistantu: Frances Prine, Woodrow Wilson RKPORTOR1AL STAFF James Dee Baldwin Jr., Clyde Heath, Clara Dee W itty, Mar- tha Lou Bolmger. E. B. Harris Faculty Sponsor J. n Hal) Jr. C">l I'STOM DICTATKS...

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

SUjr Campus Chat 8 1M§? VOLUME \X NORTH TKXAS STATK TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20199B I 111 — Two New Structures Assured College In WPA Ah I up, ENROLLMENT OF 14S2 THROUGH THURSDAY IS MORE THAN LAST YEAR DORMITORY NEARS COMPLETION #• V • Hugh S. Johnson Will Speak Here On Arts Course (iencral 111■ u I< S- Johnson, form er head nf the SUA. will speak here November I, us one of the Fine Art.s committee's prescnta tions of noted speakers, according to Dr. Sam H. McAlister, chairman "He will .-.peak on soim current sociological or economical prob lem of his own choice," |)r. Mc- .Mister said. (ieneral Johnson, who is now relief administrator for the City of New York, will spend several months this fall on a lecture lour. A native of Oklahoma, he was a headline figure during the early administration of the National Re covery Act. \fterwnrds he wrot< a liook covering the work he did for the NRA and explained it in detail othei lectures and musical mini liers ...

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

PAGE TWO THE CAMPl'S ( HAT. DKNTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. II. ISM DENTON EAGLES WILL MEET STRONG S.M.U. MUSTANGS SATURDAY GAJK CALLED AT 3:45 IN DALLAS, OWNBY STAIMIM HENRY (i. SH \M S Ht'nry (i t Pot el Slmml*. the now addition to thi Pol lego phys.iit chuHiion department. i- ni>w a- Mating ('each Sisco n rouniiin- the foottwll team into sK |«'. A' lei- the football reason, he wi! t k< up hi* duties a> head 1'iokc' hail coach He ha- an eitviaHt record behind him. not only as a coach, hut a.- ari athlete. In t-.<l lejre he earned nine letters am' after irraduation remained at thi school as coach His tennis team won two conference championship while his basketball squad.- wen always in the running FEW RESERVES THKEK INJt RIKS ( Al SK CMANGKK IN LINK-TP FOR SATURDAY'S SEA- SON-OI'FNKR Blasting the lid off the 'MS foot- ail *eu*nn a crippled Kairle team will face a veteran line-up of SMI' Mustangs at Ownhy Stadium. Hal- las, Saturday afternoon. t'oaeh Jack Sisco had very little to...

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

THE < AMPUM CHAT. I HI N TON. TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SO. IMt ire vi < i hi* i nan t Hi ton." tnnl rii'h B«ti i mm* CHATTERBOX A n un/ir A column <>, Huh iiaiuie Mill <>l> } lolisly - I «■ I > (til 0llH'0||<'' tl>4' ■ ||\ hit Itei I In • hi ill! - ill lie i.t .1 biulii mil nature 01 wliellii't i In - J , I IX > -I I 'I I III "ill).' " I . III till hputi of ii ic i the fai t reiiunn |li:il i? i• wi ittcn I'm I i-i-l I r; it.vImmIv inherent ly like In k11 .v kllOlll ■ «>11 If" 'IK- else' luisllli' nm aic mtny iwthnd "f IM L i' this out without i «• i rt iitj, i1 Jli. provi'il'iiil "keyhole I'urtln" inore, everybody like- In . ••• ho* inme in print. ami to accomplish hix lie must Ik* willing to sacri- In1, even at thi* expense of a few ■listurti'il anil irrelevant t'aet*. So.' ■icuiirc! Where feel uli' I• •<> prom • ■►enl Iocs arc apt to lie topped ftipon I hi' ui'H student, m ho thumbed V mil' iii tu « \ui ihr police cur, Humid Im' interested ...

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

V PAGE TWO THK « AMI'I S ' II VT DfcNTON, TKXAS TMUKHDAY, SKITKMBKR iW, ! «. V EAGLES SNOWED UNDER BY SMU, TO TRY TCU EAGLES WHO WILL INVADE T.C.U. AH f.ROTND soi thmestern ril4DriV L11II games will re (HAlMiES r AIL on network JOHNNY STOX \l.l \4, \IN Oi THT VNDIM. T. C. lll'WFR (>utw i£ ed itinl iaii'Kim: Miffi ■ tent material 1 he Kagle* * #t do w n before th. onslaught - of the (Ntwcrfiil Southern di t Mn i«nsr- Saturday by a core of W O Trying na-d bmh in ihi air and on th> ir:>und. the North Texaitk found it :mpo Miblc to penctrtU' the forwar I wall of tli«' Muxtang*. Th tkirit period proved to lie the lust for the Kagle* a* they held th< Pomp* m-of'!«"*«•. Rob. t WiImiii -tarre I f. • Hi Mu*(anir* while Jinny St -\all I .!►.Ic halfback. did the oitiMand- itjjr * rk f >* the Teacher* Si-i Vf1. * •«* 'he ro>t fi'B- I I'untiCI in ihi Ijoo- Stai confer a t Mir. and i teem* that h' wi it i>* Mt thi- si>a*ori Alw>. I or Pcgrani and Wi>odrow WiUon did •...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 September 1935

Chemical Analysis Of Water At Lake Dallas Made By Teacher As Part Of Work On Master's Thesis j s 'I IV II s 1 il fi c! 1 II 5 1 cjjl wl i \| i \ddic Mar Curbo, assistant professor nf chemistry, received hi t master'- degree from I'eahndy College «t Nashville (his summer citi research work done in Denton < ounty '>n tin1 chemical environ- ment of the water of l.akc Italian. Thin work wa al>iri<* under the iliirrtii.n ui the State Game Ki>h mill Oyster Commission through in opcration of tlic science depart mi lit ot North Texas State Teach- ers College. Ilmloi.1 imIs el the College way the wiirk i a valuahle contribution t<i ihe knowledge of the environment furnished by Luke Italian ami will be ot much help to the State <lame, KKh ami Oyster Commission in perpetuating the lish life in thin lake. Mis.- Curbo worked for a year on this problem and made records weekly of several different physi- cal and chemical conditions of the lake. She found that the water of the ...

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

PAGE FOV* THE I 'A MITS || AT, DKKTOW. TEXAS, THCRSHAY, SEPTEMBER M. I9H5 | 'I i I i The Campus Chat PubliafaMi oner ouch week (hiring the college /«•> by the KtudMHr of the North Trxw State T each or# Col 1<K<, Entered a> wnml class mail mutter at thr post offe« at [Mon, Texas, Dwtmhrr 8, Itlfl. Subscription rat ok. delivered ht mail lint collffr year $1.00 Advertising rate# furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved MEMBER OF TEXAS IN PERCOU EG I \TE PRESS \SS< IA TION CIMATTEIRBQ* t MTtoe Editor H • • - Mannc* Fatuity Spowor Telephone 1242 Manual Arts 107 Alvin R. Irhy James Wheelt •' J l> Mall Jr. T. 1 STI'MiNTS SI'KM) MOKKY matters art- usually very presu- me mutters with college students. The rniHK v 'Feathers College students spend ( n cigarettes alone amounts in the course of a year to over Sl.tMMi a year estimating that one- half of tin students in the ('« IU>r«- snifkt and that they each smoke a package a day. A pack- age ...

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