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

Maliy lomttrro* Stadium. .1 O'clock Fir t IImmf Game 7 ;.1Q fHfyz Campus Chat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1986 m WILL BEGIN YUCCA PICTURES MONDAY PART-TIME POSITIONS FOUND IN SCHOOL FOR ■ 19 GRADUATE STUDENTS VIVE ARE EMPLOYED AS ASSISTANTS IN CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT, OTHERS ARE VARIED ■wr Ensemble Returns To Air \ NOTES From The I AV'S NIWS lliNlors Repeat* Ktidrnrr I hal It Repeals Itself I he News-Reel ({nest ion Prosperity Round* The Corner On Two Whrdu \ou i: Italian Humorist Finds I.ark of Sympathy } "The First World Wur . . Wr have iin desire to dwell on spectacular. but it strikes us ibis moment, tlx- eve of what em* to lie destined to go down history as "The Seeond World ar." thin this old earth in onee He approaching "Hal one might II one of its high peaks of human fama. It is common knowledge lat it is strife and conflict and ccss of death and misery that rk the pages of history most idly and, sadly, most often History se...

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

PAU* TWO IHK • AMI'l'S ( HAT. DKNTON, TBXAS. THURSDAY. (M'TORKK 3. 1WU ■C At! | I J J *v I 11 i; f Ii V* I *1 S- i i I m JOHNNY STOVALL SHOWS FORT WORTH IALL FANS BROKEN FIELD RUNNING r.C. TEAM HAINS ADMIRArios < ■ FASH ASOPPIiNENTS EORCED OVER OHN UOAL LINE Sport Scripture Aft Preached By Bob Ruclter I'aceil In the Itexx ildet oitf attack ti' little Juhntu Mtovail. Ihr K* tli gave II *' J llurmHl I' li'm" mii unetpei ted hdiv Satin dm I'hi managed to OOOH i'ii( on <he long end of the acxtii l>u< tint until «fti"i Ihex wore nut l'l«vril in muni pha t«> ot Ih« K«mf I > • ! « • 1<1<<I11I111 tanked nit 1 MltlftM'tlMMll a the Kaa' 1*1 I 1 Hlt<l around llii' Kmii in manx IIKUNMo I il'ivlilll) III lilt III st •in.) Ie*t >)iMiil<<r* iit«l lln< I I • ■in Within tlx i miHUlf" nlli" On L-niiti a tar ted IIh' I utile* hail lli« admit at inn of the fun* whrc 1 lii'1 ptodiotl the h'i><n Ixaek oxr< thou own luii mill woolml tit i limit run hx Sto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1935

K<> in III!' •'triun liette Th.v >n in tin L It it 11. ' I'fl, , !, t lllotli I Miss Anna AIM Succeeds Dr. Stoker As C. L. C. Sponsor (JUNIOR CLC TO HONOR PLEDGES MLI. HE GUESTS AT TEA ■ SIN I) AY AFTERNOON AT CLUB HOUSE i* p nj u .Junior C. I,. C. pledges will l>e Client* «l it tea Sunday afternoon at o'clock at the College Club House. Theda Richards will pour Mink Anna Alford, now C.L.C. pointer. will In- presented to the iris of (hi- junior club. Officers for the coming yi-ai •re elected at the meeting Mon- day night. Theda Richards is the hew picKident, while the other of licers are as follows: vice-presi- dent. France Pruitt; secretary nnsurer, Vallie Jones; Sergeant s- It arms, Hvelyn McGoughey and hi) Thompson Marguerite Fuller, |>ne of the cluti's sponsors will act s parliamentarian A yearbook committe was ap- • inted, and plans for the club |*i re discussed The junior club idled to adopt the same colors, lavender ami white flower, peri- inkle; and motto as th...

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

PAGE POUR THE CAMPUS ( HAT. l ENTON. TEXAS. TIU'RKDAY. OCTOBKK a. ItMf. M m • ■« f The Campus Chat Published oner ouch week during the etUtgi' yea' h> the students of the North Texas Stale Teachers Col It'tr*' Hatfred a- second class mail matter Hi t!is" post office hi iMmttw, PrxM. Ittmnkrr 8, ID1(. Sub«< i ipt ion rate*, delivered by mail i im college year #1.00 Advert ismi: rate* furnmhitl <m application. Bight ii decline any advertisement is rtwwvwl. \IMIM Ii HI TK\ AS IM KK« OLIFt.I ATF I'KKSS VSSt I \T|HN (lit iri Kdilni HUKIIIflt* MltllHC ' Facultt Sponsoi telephone 1242 Manual Vits 107 Alvin K lihy James Whri'lr .1 D tun Jr \MKKH \N > <>1 I N IMItitfVT W ANT W \R ii f I tlx vtuuiK |H*opU- of Unlay, art' Imvil with a world pivpanny for war Italy i> r.ipidlv toiiinv' thr is* uo in K'iiio- ;n;i. i.if.it Hiitai" t> rushing her navy to the Mi-ilitt rt an« an . thr l'nitt d States i> sti'Hiiilv i;u i. ii-inw it> military cvioMtiitui*•> and fol It w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1935

w \ uccs Pictures Now Being Midi'. Hati > «u Signed I | ? OLt'MK XX (Ehc Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1935 mm ^hshssbs-H" r. C LIBRARY PROVIDED FOR IN NEW HINESE EXHIBIT IS SENTTOT.C. MUSEUM BY BLANCHE GROVES I UI'lN, RRIDE'S CHAIR, STOVE, AM) IDOLS ARK IDIC '1,1!ItKI) IN ISEW I) ISP L A Y I'll I \< IIS From The WS MWS Italian Kthiopian standings; \ I I IS ABABA Kthiopian foi invade Kritroa. Unofficial re tab' that Aduwa hat I,«•«• n up! tired and thousands of Ital |,i isoners token. KOMK Officials express con- nipt for IiPMynr of Nations' of hi behalf of Kthiopia. Italians -i.iu t h< Kthiopian attack on • in 11ontier town of l:m lluKvr i been repulsed. l.uNDON Kx ports prepare -I propo«al loi 1ill .ttion economic penalties against a 1 y. < 11'. N K V A Momlters of League i\ l>i asked to enforce penalties ;insl Italy. altar Fifty thousand Span i n ops pi . pan- for maneuvers Kl Tesorrillo. II \IIKR Kthiopians cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1935

FACJB TWO THK AMI'l'S CHAT, l KNTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY. (M'TOHKR 10. 19S5 EAGLES OUTPLAY GEORGETOWN IN FIRST HOME GAME OF YEAR — i If II II I i EAGLE LINE DISPLAYS EXCELLENT BLOCKING DURING ENTIRE FKAY SIRSTITITES SHOW CP ALMOST AS WELL AS FIRST STRING; TALLANT IS FAST —- — ———— MMW KM M AMS Th. mart.- r« irai. th. I ion ton fine wort* trfitid to h .v-t <« -i•• t\n MttrmpO'ii pa* iva 1 thril) Friday niirht when, tad ,""t % v*nl" *h " ,h#' i*H^*r ua* u by rtiH«i4' a <(«>wn near mil hvM-%trrr. • % «•! t to the h fiirhtini; line. the flashy /y ,„t i, Kajfl« bwkficW completely routed *■-■« '«• i- nr.! tin. « .i *«- r«-t ,n..- thr b\ 1* C Stovall Brrvirijk* th. in'i (mm oi viinlk thmuirh thr I'l'i-mni irmn«Mt 2i> ih*4 Willi on i^iuthwi1 Stovall Mtivkll I-MIMCO 2< <4nl« r >'( the line irouniJ eiwl placing ttero # 37.yar«l line thi strong Southwestern Univer 4ty Pirates, sifting thruuirh th« Piratoa' dpf«n>r time and time atrani to pile up a 34 to 0 victory ail • r.i-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1935

THK CAMPUS <'HAT. l KNTON, TKXAS, TMI KSUAY, (X'TOHKK 10. 1U.15 CHATTERBOX By Mymie Laufer IttH ell I'1 I I I ( | ll rh I I I I r 1 ' I ' • i • « « " ,ll ,| ill rdlll'KI' K> Hi'llHtl'N 1 , tin eiioutrh I tack to in l ru< tically completed hi how iltul only u littli , lIlHIl hMlt' llf I hi- tftHlluiltl-h m.mh'Ii' colleges in lii" I'm toil i, marry, h compareil with U( Sll' . of thouc of coedlica ;,| school*. If 'III* In- trUC, i there im an iiK'onnmti'iwiy in tatcincnt dial, our sinter in /inn fumiaheM "the future Kill! niothll of lr\41. till i l\ tin s lurnihli juat half tin hi wives; and ax to mothers u" rrniain olil I'ashinneil ,urh to still attriliuU- this to act of (tat?" Ini iili iilallv. we haw heard i,, lalcmcitl ma<l<' lhal a |. Ni-hool in an institution • allium. For lurihcr dr- ill-. ma) refrr you lo \ MlM |\ \S uuill ill! tin' dance Saturday niuht. aw two frcahmen casually iii tliroiitrli the door at tin t lhe gymnasium, probably i^-li mm' misguided directi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1935

THE CAMPt'i THAT, DENTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBKR 10. 1M6 «J909Vl^iivS""a Or Books and P«opl« Two new magazines which have all the earmarks of com- mercialism but none of its cheapness art- "Lands « f Ro- mance" and "Travel In Japan". Both magazines contain very frank invitations to travel in the respective countries, ami also contain suggestions as to the proper hotel as well as the U'st steamship lines to patronize. I Wit h are beauti- fully illustrated and well worth at least a few minutes of your time. New bonks received by the library: "Partners In Plunder." by Matthews and Shallcross. published 19:15. by Coviei Friede. (A comprehensive view of the present economic situation as connected with modern business; profound but readable). "Education For An Age of Power", by Hart, published by Harpers. 19.tf>. "Education In a Changing World", by W. 3. Curry, published by W. W. Norton and Co.. Inc.. 19JJ6. "Paris Is A Woman's Town", by Helen Josephy and Mary Margaret McBride, publi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1935

% , ' i l ast ( hence 'I'm Mi|ii For YI « * A PICTURES I a Mr to In' M *mI Saturday VuLl'MK XX She Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1935 ^CTE§ From Th II \Y'S Nf WS I <11 l< I TO I' ASS ON \ \ \ \ND TV \ ACTS < I KIK KKS STRIP Kilt SEEKERS |{| IIS FOR II \I'P> M\KKI\(.K (.IVKN liespite the war which is going in , is being, or has been waged Ethiopia, the wcvkV news from \\ a-hmgtoii i« probably worth Mil consideration from Amen in- The Supreme Court M on is mapped out its ach«dulc for I,at is likely to lie an historic •■rm. with the AAA and TV A "grants ami other .hwh coming i foi decision*. The high court i.a agieed to pass on the con- • ui ionality of the AAA proce.-- lav and the Tenne-'lee Valley l'tain of the New I leal Should •In processing taxes he outlawed ■ tigress may Ix* asked by the I ■ i .ident to levy new ones to t-plv the $f (HI,OlM>.WMl nece s su ty ■ulfill existing lienefit payment 11 in i The TV A ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1985 Surprised Eagles Come From Behind To Tie A. C. C. i ENTHUSIASM FOLLOWING FttST CHRISTIAN SCOttE LASTS THROUGH GAME TALUKS IN THIRD Qt'ARTKR BRING T. C. TO 1.1-13 OR A H ; BREAKS PLAY IMPORT ANT ROLK mm WILL MEET NTAC SATURDAY K ACLKTS HAVE WON ONE. LOST ONE GAWK IN SEASON Fresh from their victory Inn week over Tcrr-U Prep, t hi* fresh - m«n play NTAC of Arlington here Saturday. The Aggies promise to lie a much more powerful team than the Prep hoys showed, hut the Eaglets have groomed their feathers and talons ami are ready for heavy opposition. Last year the blue machine piled up five touchdowns while the Eaglets blanked. and the Frosh are de- termined ihat this will not he re- peated. Coach Choc Sportsman's pro tojfces go into the game with on© victory and one defeat to then credit, having been beaten by Aus tni Collesre, 7 to «!, and having beaten Terrell Prep St* to 6. The Aj!pie- have heen dealing ther opponents some rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1935

THE CAMPUS ('IIAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1986 « • IMPORTANT TO LEARN DESIGNATION AT ONCE DR. HARRIS DECLARES (1REEN JACKETS WILL RE ON DUTY TO ASSIST IN USHERINd FIRST FEW TIMES ':! I • « a ■ I • I • •' * Ibdow are listed th«* assembly eat assignment* for the* .**t« «l«*r tm imu enrolled in the College. The freshmen are assigned seats at the front <>f the auditorium; the ophomores, th«* scats in the mid- die; the juniors, the seats in the rear; ami the seniors, the balcony, and these seats will he cheeked each assembly. The faculty is i uMicd cat in front of fresh men. The assignments do not apply to the call-assembly today. I'he graduate are not assigned cats, and are asked to sit at the hack of the assigned seats either df the lirst floor or the balcony, hi in the faculty section in the front of the auditorium. The (irecn Jacket* will he on duty to aid in finding the -cat • and will also assist in checking the attendance. Record of the ah ences will lie sent t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1935

paok rouit THK ( 'AMITS CHAT. OKNTOV TKXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, U U (< ontinued frum cum B. at F 11 Raggett. J. K 11! Bailey, Joe ti 1 Bailey. Sybil (i 2 Baker. Byrtic Belle t CI 3 Bane, Howard C' G 4 Hamster, Eunice CGI Banks. E F • ' ti rt Banks. J. 0. (' G 7 Banks. L. C. 0 G K Barnes, Doris C ti !♦ Barnes, James Gordon 1 G 10 Bam*, Fred C (ill Bart led, Wiley IHirward C ti 12 Barton, Merritt W II I Bat nun, Raye 2 Baulch, J T. .'( Bean, Bessie 4 Braver. Eugenia f> Beck. Od« « Bedell. Ralph 1 Bceman, William 2 Beeson, tne* .'I Bfllah. James Bernard, Walker W illiam Berry, Eugenia B< try, Koliin Berryhill, Terrance .1 Billingsley. Rowena Bcnkley. Ora Lee Blackburn, ( arl Blair, Frank Biair, John, Jr. Blair, Raymond Blakely, Pearl Dryden Blankenship. Sidney V, Blanton. Dorothy Fay Boattight, Sybil Bond. Thomas Boren. Jerry Thomas Boyd, .lair- Bradley, Ardath Brantner, Clanton Broedlovc Tom Schubert Bridges, Edwin Clarence Br<>ck. Evelyn Beatrice Brook*. Benjy Brown....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1935

THK CAMPUS ( HAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, IMS CHATTtRB(3X By Hymio Laufer "Suits for Every Occasion'' b Important to All-American Girl Someone links about the Imne [III derived from yawning. From fiysics wi' leant that yawning restores llw equilibrium nl' the an reassure between the middle fit *1 the outside car Tin- ir III Ik often a feeling of relaxa (on. Ami we have always assume, luil yawning w"s a method whore i.v the student informed I hi' in •structor, non viva voce, thai tie jjienod \va drawing to an end. perhaps, that (lie lecture wus !>i (lining rather distasteful. Why do the schools call the graduation exercises "(out nieiiremenl," when in realit\ il is the lasl thins* in the schiMtl career? I'erha|is it is then thut the parents com- inenrc to worry. fish drink a great deal of water and thereby keep the pond at u constant level. The question iriim as to uhy Love Fiehl in Dallas is so named. There the people are plain and outspoken wod do not attempt to mis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1935

page an THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1985 jWfiignii— On taeiu and P op(« Quite a different mood. or rather variety of moiHis. is expressed in "('((lor." by Cullen. A negro writer who covers a number of subject* which more often than not reache the philosophical is the author of the book "Color." 1 Must rat ions of various poems an- sometime a trifle risque, but do not detract from the poetry. If 1 were classifying this collection of poetry by a colored writer about his peo- ple. I would say. "It is interesting because it is a distinctly different and original book." One of the best sellers of the past week in Dallas was H. L. Davis "Honey in the Horn, a novel of pioneer life in Oregon during the homesteading period. 1906-1908. Pub- lished by Han>er Brothers. New York and London. 193L. the book is in its first edition. Although a very definite plot is developed, the most vital contribution of the book is its wealth of legends, customs, manners, morals, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1935

At toad: All Cdbif Monday Caralnl Nril Thursday * lb Campua Chat fe d\ i VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DBNTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 24, 1986 NOTES From Th« VWS NtWS LEAGIE HWJl KSTS U. S. WAK VIKHS LEGISLATl RE PASSES OLD-AGE PENSION W AH AND MARRIAGE GO IIANI* IN IIANI) By BOB Met l.OI I) Developments hi Italian Ethio plan crisis: WASHlNGTt IN Department of State receives League of Nu tions' communication giving at- tempted peace meatuii's and re questing view* o( the United StateH. ADDIS AliAHA Ethiopian wai liors revolt against Iledjaxmath and charge into Italian death trap. Hundredth reported slain liy nut chine guns. DAGEREI Italian Somali, native troops, capture fort from Ethiopia. ROME Mussolini and Great Hi itain may agree to truce, re- port* say. LONDON England offers new peace call to Mussolini. ADDIS ABABA Kmperoi lladc Selassie denies that Italians have used poison ga* and duni-dum bul- lets, but refuses to talk peace un til Italian troops are withdra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1935

o PAGE TWO THE CAMPl'S ( HAT, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24. H «5 Mr Longhom Runners Defeated by Teachers College Men MORGAN TAKES LEAD M RACE AGAINST LONGHORN TRACK MEN CONLEE HOLDS CIA)SE SECOND FOLIAIWED RY ARREY AND SEUREST Displaying championship form, Conch Choc Sportsman'* cross- country team thaii IHHf> hem Saturday morning In thoroughly htimhlint! n group of I-onghorn runners in one of th*- most spectacular truck event* to Ih' staged on the local track Pftiindinn around the two-mile course in record time, four of the EairU thinly-clad* crossed the fin isii line in front of the Texas dele- gation. piling up n team score for a .17 to 18 victory. Although the Texas University runners seemed to be in poor form, the Kagla* in administering their lefcat exhibited a strength un- usual for this early in the sea- son And since Coach Clyde Little- field'* boys are the defending champions in the Southwest Con- ference. an added prestige ac- companied the Kairle victory. Morgan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. UBNTOM. TSXA8 THUMDAY. OCTOBER M, IM6 CHATTERBOX By Mymie Laufer Zasu Will Have Affair k FHm To Be At AMditoriwn Satorday We may expect an addtion to i tie local M|uirr l-hunluijc enthtu ia.-ts in the very near future. I>r Rr< die's new infant Hon clutchi his Imttlc as expertly h* his f til In-1 clutches u sixteen guagc double- barrel shotgun. I Overheard Ml I In- dinner table: "< < me up lu m> room fur m duck dinner sometime, mid lirinK some it't*. Since Kli/ulx-th Edwaids Im l>< collie associated with several lo eal musical organizations, i( i* ■ <111101 imI 1 hut < hit 1 In Turni'i hn Im'imi secretly practicing on ih< violin. In two more weeks, it 1. lulieved, hi' will know which end 111 the violin to Mow into. As yet lie lius found no practical use for ihi !io\i r \ccpt that It tcrvi ii • a very useful Weapon in keeping the Mies off. <)ualrain b> I'homas Moore: "< '«nr, romi'," said Tom's lather. "m( your lime ot life. Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1935

PAGE KOI'R THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. I1MIS Sidelights— On Books and P«opl« The Campus Chat Published once each week during t h«* college year l y the student* of the North Trxu State Tear hern College. Entered an second class mail matter at the I'out Office at I Hilton, Texas, December K, I'.'IH, under the act of Congress of March 3, |H7!l. City Of MaU-ltli«v« By Billy Sandlin From "Color." hy Countee Cullen. is taken this epitaph: "For a Lad> 1 Know" She evrtti thinks that up in heaven Her class lies late and snores While poor black cherubs rise at seven T<> d<> celestial chores. 0 () Quite a delightful book is Bern ice Oehler's "How to Draw Children." published 10.'M by Bridgenian Publishers Inc. It contains sixty-three pages of illustrative material accompanied by short simple instructions or hints on the child figure which make the drawing of child figures seem simple enough for anyone to draw : so simple, in fact, that you will automati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1935

wiiiiMr lirtMii) •< r . -v Thorn; Bemrkmta Campus Chat Jmrtmh ,IMK XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1936 -t NOTES From Th« AVI l\tWS - f HEARST ATTACKS AIIMINISTN VliON rGENER\l. JOHNSON FOR ROOSEVELT III. At KSIIIIM'S HON Oil F \S< 1ST ANNI VERS AltV Shifting from his usual propa liiila art filly concealed in pre imably accurate news stories, Filliain It Hears! this week unched another attack on Pre.> fnt Roosevelt ami ailministra >n leaders with full paw adver Itements in newspapers. Mr. learst, us is to lie expected "1 fie of ins wealth, is howling about nation's debt and the prospect Of taxation. Terming Roosevelt ■ml Wilson "foal-Oil Johnnies," Dr. Hearst raves, rants, and spills supposedly economic rules all over ''l full page in a plea for the nation "to reduce expenditures, to reduce the national debt, to reduce tax nti- n." Altogether he wants a number of things reduced. Nothing is said of the mil- ifa,. lions who were ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1935

PAGE TWO THK ( AMI-I S CHAT, DKNTOM. TIAAS. Tlfl'KSDAY. OCTOHKR 311. H :ifi ml VARSITY CAGERS REPORT FOR FIRST WORKOUT KHiHT RFTI RXIXli LFTTFRMFX HILL FOR M XI ( LhI S FOR THK T. ( . MM HI/L AB Eagle Hack field Hill Show Fancy Running Sport Scripture A# Preached By Bow«n Evans Axemen Eke Out Narrow Victory With the futile looking con ■odet kIi!\ htichtei 11 mu ii did itt Hit- time last year. ihr V'ar«it> cagore will report fi«i then first workout of tht MMi-tm Momlat night al Mam* tiymnaaiuni V Urge |*n11 of t• optim in '* dm tu tin nt'v swach, Hfiiiv t '■ Shamls, whi' ha* heet t«ur«(i h> the College foi 'he express pur |i«m' of ciHichiTii; \ ar* ty basket Itall Shand- has been success fill in producing -trong teams at Suit Mill . Oh In- ii 11nll mater; and with the matciia! tht Kagles e\ i demv th■.-> yeai it i- confidently expected that ht «tll huild win Mint' cluh. Another fact which adds a glint of 'ose to the hurimn i* that this \t-ar «*t|rht letter men will repurt fo...

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