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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 April 1932

CLUBS AND SOCIETY Student Here divert New Officials For llonorablt )/< ntion #.-F. A• M Training For Report of Meet School Are Elected Gammadiom Society Student Secretary Initiates Hedges Talks To Christian Wednesday Evening . Association Thurs. Bfrl Muore, preaictont of the asso- Initiatio'n for thirty-seven new .. . ... members of the (Samadion Hoctoi^! .} i - 'J l- freshman honorary organisation, wan „ ',j. V 0rnm * n"w held We.lneMi-y evening at the Col- , . . , ^e M„sco,la. , hureh fo, l.«e C lub House. The constitution was £ J * *7 * ""J**" rea rf and a history of th. club was ^ ***** given. The initiation pkxfce ««. ad- S Thursday even,n* n the . . . . , . . # i oIh ye I lub House, taking as her *ub- mtmaUrW, fallowed by the giving of ^ of Student, and a mock intelligence taat. S.u.Wnt Workew." Mi.. Baldwin said Following the mrnat.on ceremony, (hat n in Uh. the members were entertained with a , ... : ,. . „ . ... .. , (tudent worker, both socially and re- reception by the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 April 1932

r Sideline Shots Swede S*#n*,0f> EayU Hacqueteern Eagle Thinly Cla4§ j Local Set men Loot Drop Meet Thursday Hun Hough Shod Over j In drudge Tilt 4# To Aunt in College SMU Ponies Thursday Commerce Tuesday CHATTER BOX (CONTINUED FROM PAGE evening given by th U Whi Tenn ! TTi< Eagle nw-quetaers are falling; I victims to "My lurk," or eiie the boys jth# closest | neve just nat tuund thair stride, and <i inU en a- e resuit they lost to the Austin [Choc .Sport UvdJeg* Kangaroo* by a iieWw score [ran rough-a doubt left m 'he wilh of n"1"*1 Thursday afternoon on the local court in litiiti la< t wh«< a « the matches that Poole started the Hw wnrtm against! a n ti Ik M iay dieted to be one of j The Fagle« were da «f the season I mm led a! th - band* of thii <t*um when Coaebj' „m merer Lion*, in t <i there The State Historical Collection M. U. faculty' visited by about 750 people during ively defeat- to the visitor* It if probable that a]the last week-end according to re|...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1932

The Chatter Box Loii Wilkarson VOLUMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON TEXAS. I RIDAY, APRIL 29. 19*2 NUMBER 26 Welcome, delegates of the T. I. P. • A.! It is indeed a. pleasure to have you viait the campus of N. T. 8. T. C. In fact, the campus has donned its irala dress of spring for your approval on Uus occasion. Delegates have been coming in from Abilene Christian College, Amariilo Junior College, Howard Payne, Me- Annual Press Meeting Opens Thursday Murry College, Sam Houston 8. T. C.. Simmons University. 8. F. Austin 8 fAI I IVT1 rillU) I [tj T. C., Texas Woman's College, West \AJLiJjfjUlj IflUIVUlJ Texas 8. T. C., and Wichita Falls Jun- rp/v m i irn tw jjm jai ior College for the convention. Make |\J | | 1 111 HES « 'H U S. MUSIC WEEK Charley DeShaxo, Alan Golub, Marie Wilson, Louise Spied, Addison l.ee Chat Staff Edits Chronicle and John Khein. Tfcs is one of the most enthusiastic groups—the conven- tion was there last year. Letters have been flying back and for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1932

Let's Go Literary Louise Ara Martin Six Years Kuth Mr Neil Ago d. pas < hai Batorod as —ad « Um Mail MaUav «t the pMMfkt II bMlat. Tmm, U r««kH •. MEMlsKK iBlA* tNTE*' OU.M.IATE A&SWM 1A HON FRM0 I The int.tr Yee< -taff was | «rt*d Saturday aft"* tome vary I fiOtiy COAt^iiCll Mflfl tthi UTilttM by ft #< # ■ ' . . |,arti*s. Birdie Br«r f ^ of Tura«r- • MM! th.ng, though certainly art alwa,., WH c)mm(| ^ (>f t|w .rinuaJ. Other ntmbtri of the -taff were *1- Lociia ftheppard. Frost, associate O'Neil Font, I'd As As Helen Hill Ernest M' Kmfw-y Entries from N. The author of S. S. Urn* f'dro, James „,h. t4, .... _ , mm !5r^222 2:, g e htm a pretty load crash He i a dark. frank-«yfc<l, ^ faet# fcl.,{ bean turned id for j Witej. Housewrifht g«od-ioofctag yon «g fellow tmm a Chicagoan and brought . "Pj. ' ,Wi. T. I. P. A. contest, Um convention of —" - N~ '• - - «" f'U AW «« «•« >• «• - «• «u**J a* i one# did «n a high hill looking down at the ^tIa , u„rmi JfinK, in all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1932

r CLUBS AND SOCIETY ■KB eachers College Eagle Band Talons To Give Stag Dinner Monday Eve; To Conclude Series The Talons will hold their monthly ■tag dinner next Monday, May 2, in the guest dining room of the Ameri- can Cafe from 7:30 until tt o'clock. This dinner will concluue a aerie* of nine monthly stag dinners spon- sored by the Talons during the cur- rent school year. Lawrence Poole, president of the fraternity, will act as master of ceremonies. This living the last dinner of the year, the meet- ing will take the form of an open for- uut and no special speaker will be in- vited for the occasion. Initiation Banquet Given For Members Of Industrial Club Members of the Industrial Educa- tion Club were entertained with a banquet at the American Cafe Mon- day evening at 7:30 o'clock, at which tint* they initiated six new members. The initates were: Hubert Howell, D. 11. Wdtanka, Cordon Douglas, and Knoch Lyles. T. W. King was toastmaster, and the meeting opened with a few songs led b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1932

Sideline Shots 'ttaade Swanson Eagle Tennis Squad Defeated by Austin Team on Wednesday Kant Texan Lions to Meet Eagle* Tonight in Second Dual Meet Cabinet Entertain* I For Landladies and Sponsors Thursday m. iti Hi SPANISH TEACHERS' MKKT |J Austin CoHip , ? to got rcvtnfi is Miud invaded j Th fcrid i r > last Thurs- plci k ud bittaAjtiW ity of sporta for everyone hot month* fa> cow* Tito load uihoritica hmv-B pUnnod • iiiiglif Nippy looking prufrtm of intramural, ( > ^•dnwHlay afternoon j for the Iom lollmdi i at tha hands of i waak, but to no avtiil. Tha boat thay could do waa to gain * tie daciaion. lor the entertainment of of a tia, ainca the team win- ning tha firat doable* is tha victor, (porta aU the Htodaa who «nm to tha auaasaar ^ ^ ^ , *««. *e**ton. There will ha tasetali, awta- ,, charg(s h,¥e y« to ,,-hnJI, baakeihail. croquat, >nniix m m meat thia yanr Ss th* firit i«a; t I t f I ft f fH'K IDIft ®Vi f *umpnJ in Ttflili iap •' ucc«*a« from .wary standpr tnt. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1932

Chatter Box Loia Wilkarson . j iVOLUMN XVI The convention of the Texas Inter « l *giate Press Association is over, j*1— - It proved u. be profitable, entertain- nnpA|!|\ * \'\]l T i J m. wui at i«ut n«>f.r blftUNlJ A1NNL AL as the local Press Club is concerned This is the first time that Uie Campus j Chut has received the first priae in the i t*,i ti«n. T«e Yucca has received thi# honor one* before, and the Avesta; has won this recognition for the past j three years. Thi* is the first time, however, that ail three of these first priises have liven reeusved at the same uiie. In addition to t«e*e awards several individual prizes were won. NORTH TKXAS STATK TliAt-HliKS COttleQE. DliNTON TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 7. 1912 NUMBER 27 CLASS "B" MEET BEGINS FRIDAY \l l ROXIMATELY UHI IN- TRANTS EXPECTED TO AT- TEND; RECORDS MAY BE CHANGED "Happiness" Given By Dramatic Club As Term Offering The Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club presented "Happiness," by J. If. Man-j ners, last night in the collagi aud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1932

ws Let's Go Literary Louise Ara Martin [(.•solutions 71 j VttKtHM) 4 'Prase Aa faint is >•> ill'** M of the North Tesaa Slat* in Teachers cMKMp. •*#■* j . (Continued from page If in the teenty-eeceei ma-j tub Mid him that it would be n««- Um Tot l• oiif|f; Uf sary to nwt* tint used water with elation with North Tela* • buelurt. Htvinn a practical mind, tktn C«l!>v in l>«ato«i.'the Cast Texan d« Ticklish Scratches ■j Hi fit Hold Revival For Church of Christ tided to throw it out Isaac, April tH-au-Mt, VJM. the dele- lh« window «.r>l> to discover the pan* m Ijuikit' **, ba« t*Us have bean the rac >pvmt of |ri down, whereupon ha exclaimed that it ■pee Chat hnti f'ueteffkr at *red aa tteeaad tlij Limi-m. ISaecmber , 1*16 at I P t i lift vjlfi.K fS|AS W| ^ # # # gh#0## . +4r##*«*a ###*«•. Jtfca Cowfa* Powya, «litk aaU po- the nature of Jumci Hartley's buok, .V> drawn th* following runtiuaiof) "For myself I inu*i',iou hcupitaHty, he it highly reaolv-'teemed peculia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1932

Sideline Shots Swade Swertion Artists Lose Meet To Fast ACC Squad Capturing Mil but three of the flr*i places, Abilene Chrutian Ool- With *wvk! intention* of putting up pf, « , uf t,lg j, |, Moort. a real battle iu. the teiim* champion- The Tm> T„t managed lu pile up 13 , . u .. , - ' ,sr V - u«JL J*. !T Lunch My rack and h tagk- ten- i hrurtian* for high-paint hunor*. Bur ... V. ^ T! .u i , nw** left Thumday morning for Moor* won the discus throw u.ui the , ! ,u t San M k« , where the meet has been l*t-y rd high hurdle, and took aw- !. \t su« «,,,, K.. U_ 'jSfffTJSTSS M ed out tu be one of the steadiest and tht. Chriatiana lirok, tWll South- ■s a -aruun track own on the wcwt^rn conference record* over the g I ui mml year*, aiul ^20-yard route, once in the dash, and tuu U' slu,w tht' meet a|fttin lu thl. ,„w hurdles. The meet, the last the Safin will ( have before the Lone .Star Conference Two record# were broken by the meet at Commerce next Friday ami Abilene runner* in the meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1932

Mary Humphries /* CLUBS AND SOCIETY Party Monday Eve THS FORECAST lal < Continued mm n Edwina Craig Honorh Guests With Dinner Dance Saturday Eve - , . . , j .m Thirty Members Of j mature Club Have Picnic Wednesday flu I IK l y M St ft; it h«r: Mill that art* e*rrt«l wit by the girl of f«rh term, T«e event# Sing At Meeting Of Music Club Thursday Hi H "*"* —' "— that h v* b«#n fiv#n pnor t© thi* are m Jf • the formal •itnn^r and picnk A fcwf- j" Hi Wi U M tM« at tn tR-j Apiirn*lm*tfly thirty member* of (,<• <-r* i • .Saturday evemng, the Nature, Field, and Rtnaa CJtab ify, Jtrji Club, honoring• w«nt en a picnic to Mllli'>naire'« la* martin, M g and Mary Jane j land, Late (Jtliaa, Wednesday Mi AimUr, of the Univaralty rung- I nt the week m«J t ' Upoq reaching the island y Ulll* Ruth White aad Ho, hum! Lai, mMmr, did nonrie- idoiH Th.. TIP A eaavwrtfen will b« , and tm mmnm want ta|«n nay" a fur *>! the mwUmmiiI of under dUcuMion at thw time, a* well nd Harold Jaelwo®, la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1932

I The Chatter Box Lois Wilkaraon — VOl UMN XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS C OLLEGE, DI N I ON TEXAS, SATURDAY. MA* 14. 1912 NUMBER 28 Thursday wa* a buay day fur the Yucca staff. In fact, it was an event- ful day for the entire campus, for on that day the li 32 Yucca wa* distri-i buted to the student body. After the firat few hours of the morning, stu- dent* were seated under the trees in J rapt attention perusing the now books. Exclamations of pleasure ensued atj intervals, all of which might indicate that the yearbook is being well receiv- ed. And, by the way, if you like tl book tell the Yucca attff about it. . The T. C. Stage Band is in Sweet- water this week-end attending the an- nual convention of the Weat Texas Chamber of Commerce. The band re- ceived much favorable attention at the convention last year, and accord- ing to Floyd Graham, director the band has been honored again this year in that the local organization has been asked to furnish the official muaic. Last year, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1932

Let's'Go Literary Louise Ara Martin Six Years Ago Ruth McNeil Exchanges Guy McNiel Ticklish Scratches By tkr Qnu Cnt Commission States List of Positions i>*Wo.hr«i by Student* of the North T«im .State Tfifhrr« (*)lc(f, DfiUn, ''M|V The 1MB Yu , by freight In Wfty #. m* Ctty, ng to wtri iUilu-f JMmociou:' K<iiUi As*i*l*ftt rii*' 8pi,rt KdiU i nociety Kdi tor Holm ^jbih WftV Franc*, whether It hi Mm artll of the fotaia, th* hond Mite- *lutmr St Mr be, Km hnd perh j.« tb* moat Mo.. — • • - j « MM) iufemoiM history of My Mtkw on earth. • telegrnm nmvhI from the P***-j H,KiiM doubt due to the notur* <4 Wi ■*' " •" <•*«*# ,Jl*' # ** lh* " " " «iiltlr<Ki* Attl b* MHMlM i window* of tsN Yucca mm* in niflceoee of * Ihm ili—ifl—i Ifcron* Mnny of bor tbi Manual Art* h" kng. beautiful woman wIkwb historians hav* efeoaen to call the vary flower of fniw became tba aensual. ruthle** «*« i mletraaoaa of tba Louie Mao- Coold anythiof ha mora lampu* that holered a* ?>e€#i d ' Um Mit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1932

CLUBS AND SOCIETY Geezles Plan Annual Forum Council Holds fianqm I for May 21; Business Session In fledges Meet With Approaching Marriage Talons Moutlay to Of Ex-Student af T. C. Accept Their Bids Announced Thursday The Talon* held their regular meeting at their home at lflOC W. Oak St. last Monday evening from 7:80 until 8:80 o'clock. After a ■hort busines* sea*ion, the men elect- ed to Mrve a* pledge* to the frater- nity appeared before the organisation to accept their bids, which will become effective the fall term of the ensuing twhool year. The names of the pledge* are: VVeldon Cole, Riley Hou*ewright% Harmon McAHater, Jinimic Wright, Benny F. Buaby, Jack Steele, Clifton Seven Are Initiated The Geealea met Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Harris* liym at which time seven new member*. El- mer Davia. Shelby Phillips Grady Heard Ben Howell. Cap Guerre. Mar- vin Mount, and Vernon Campbell were initiated and received the ttrat de- gree. The final degree and member- ship will li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1932

Sideline Shots Swwfl SoiMQII It «u a mrprt"' to m«r«- than licrtun Uhit A* Eagl* looai* p's rapped the fkvt «nnm' l*<n* IMlUl M>1 laat Ffl'l*? I tar Hat. day- TV «- >"<-ato ardad the season with • |NHKW(l|f SW, having w.li f" if meet* Mid lost ttowo lit winning the J riiwt- the locals had not looked very atn>n«. having won neveral m«*t* by • wry aario* margin. Nf «rth l« < the nunWr of meets won during UH spring does wo*. for * "** reason count i| iMt tat* Uam in the ('on ferem • intwt, and the Ilentaaitae came through with flying rotor*. For the first tim« this MMuton the local* «e*rn ed to have found their strnto. and taicy mowed down their opposition at • terriftc rate Boy, that championship of era mgthwned a* much lot* *«NMr by: erience a* il «howld, it will bo at ■hty hard unit to beat A number neeis am being arranged, and rah A 111 tod later « . Sportsman leaves With Team For Meet At Commerce Several New Hooks mmtmd By Library* Are Heady For I ne A number of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 May 1932

pplip The Chatter Box Lois Wilkerson f 1 i; n VOLUMN XVI cs tvr mr giauu**- Thur*dsy night of Eagle Tracksters Win ered an addresu be-; First Honors in Lone Star Conference Meet Dr. George CruUinger delivered the baccalaureate address for the graduat ing clan in Bridgeport of last week. On this week he delivered fore a graduating class at Valley View, and on May 27 he will apeak before the class in the Tom Bean School in Gray- son County. In all of these addresaes Dr. Crut- singer has taken for his subject "Some Meaning* of Education for Young People." with an idea of impressing upon them the fact that patriotism peace i& as important as patriotism war, and that it is just as honorable.' He has tried to tell them that their graduation is a patriotic act, because the state has set up public schools for its own protection and that, therefore, a student should take advantage of this schooling. Dr. Crutsinger has alao tried to show the classes that they owe it to themselves to get a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 May 1932

r * ######## ############ ##* * # ' ♦##«###### let's Go Literary limine Ara Martin Six Yearn Ago Hath Mr Neil Denton Branch of A* A V. W„ Htni*r (iirln to Have Tea A. V. 9. Ticklish Scratches By the Caaepaa Cat U pol ls for spring Term Will He Ready On Monday, June 6 by Mtodeata Tiiclww ( the Norlh 'IVi*i BMMu THK •tale iijf Store: 'A m* Hilm Cat pun (hat Raters*1 *• S«owt l.laee Mail Matter at Um at Denton. T«*aa, December t, lllf seated tea it The purpose of been announced, r er in tard plea**.* Ktchi*on 'from forte "We're out of mustard; how about mayonnaise 1 tor — -> • Aaaoi riate Mltor , Assistant Editor ...*, Scoria Editor Hociety Kdittr. Colamniats. Guy Mf.' las Hill, iiweds Hweoaon, William Arnold- _ lipitltt Ralph Adhin*, CriHc . fl®* A. a. w> " i, «# #«—<nn eeee* e* eee« eeee e* I Wu.il. , ; - 'aad the young women of the senior _ ' . , fi LF ^ Jclaaa will Ik- r>«u of tfp^hS? u tor .r to yfh* • I from the lolleee • ' • ■ omm«ieMH«t , ■ - ■?■ .^ . (■*.«! .' TU.J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 May 1932

. CLUBS AND SOCIETY Athletic History Of Education Student a T. C. features Annual Have Questionnaire Club Banquet Monday for Denton Schools History of athleUcs in the college *w the theme of the Green Jacket-T- Club banquet, held at the Ai Member* of the class in Education IKS. under the direction of Dr. George r«f . t.±A -«-«--«■■ u J .Jr.. I t'rutxinger. tiave this week been tab- DrGeorLeM <^1* uUt,n* answer, to a questionnaire Fender T 1 Foot* T * M i which they submitted to several stu- Ftadsr, T.J. Foaf, Terence M yncl* ^ in ^ 8e|||or jun{or #m, ^ C. C. Sportsman, respectively, ongtratjon hieh ,chooU of Denton. 11 lit I ti l^ Th* '"ciud^ question* con- . ... , „ oMWioall. **" u-erning certain qualifications the stu- track. Other features of tha program1 and gave the historian Council, football, were a talk by Miss Mary Ruth Cook and speeches by the captains and captainn-elect of the football, basket- ball and track teama. Floyd Shawver. football captain, was toastmaster for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 May 1932

$ la n- i ?• bideiine l)r" Lcdlow ■ <mmk•• T 'how; of - god UMMfll broken,, it «M aa«M*t*| A)f material for the "printf t«r«i in which all of ih« cont* t- Avt-U, ce«e Htawwjr quarterly, «• *ood, though # court* the ,n „m, mMt of the type i already *at i had it all ovw the raat of the j w the print nhop, acrordm* u, an an- Why, m> even ha<i a little af- mumvmmt afternoon fair that enlivened thtn** quite a hi'-. t,y Albert Kidney Johneton. alitor of but n * han't relate it Mr*. th* magazine " Several new writer* will havt* work Tboee oflMriaU down at Ommaree ,h t >i i««ue. Art work i* knew what hey were thiin* when they ^jnjr \,y uata Moaely Thi« in- had the trophy cap adorned in *r«*n ^ quarterly will announce the ayx. All in keeping with the old (ir)g, winm,r„ for the long aeemon and colors, ya know! Your rorrr* expected the local* to whip down Uim« in the meet, but he hardly thought that it would be a* bad as K wa . There were, we admit, MMM thing* that amounted to up*o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1932

% The Chatter Box Lois Wilkarson Cheer up, folk*' The wont la yet to com*. It is just five more (lay , seven hours, thirty minute*, and fif- teen seconds now until it will all I* ov r. Just think of it! The examin- ation* will then be a thing of the paatl and a short breathing spell will be allowed before we take on another term. It won't be long now. Nl'Mhl-K URI>AY, vol I Ml. NORTH 1UXAS STUDENTS GIVEN RULES AND EACTS Arrangements are being made in "the text-book library to receive all text-books beginning on Wednesday afternoon. Hooks will lie accepted from all student# who are leaving town at an earlier period, according to W. W. Wright, text book librarian. A full crew will be on hand beginning Wednesday afternoon in order to take care of as many as possible. Seniors who are completing their work this u-rrn began turning in their RK(>ISTRAR EXPECTS I'Sl'-VI, books on Thursday of this week. Capal |,AR(tE M MHER HERE and gowns were issued to the seniors! FOR COMING TERM at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 May 1932

Let's Go Literary Mm Ara Martin PablMbed br Stadeata of <he North lesa Teacher* 'iHtapa. ft*"*—• Tasas HUU C* u> Chat Knirrwl as Secoad 'U« Mail Matter at Poetogif t Lteatufi. fasaa, liereaiber . Itli ... ..... —. - - ...wMll iwfr- MKMBKR flit Ail INT KfcCOLMMHATK PRMW W-KIATION •## ###« Wall. af«*r a year and a half of bringing beat! {seller* ami all kind* of literary what-no? « r thin column, th* «leah ola editor ha* just ru«hed up 4a me and mumbled! something about writing a /arsssatt Ho before Hv-"' J I «tart weeping all over this final nfn HMai, may I whi per " >*• rrvtur?" Aw, hark somebody give roe a handkerchief. I said something a moment ago about Helen Hill an editor rushing around Don't you believe it! They Ernest Me K lane y invented swivel < hair* mi the editor could have something Wiley Hoawwrfgbt M< do You know wind the thing up and get wound up Exchanges Ticklinh Scratches By the r'tnpu Cat Johns: Bus inns Letters; Kliuhavskii The Annual faass <lub ...

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