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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1935

«vv *■-«*! THK CAMPUH CHAT. DKNTON, TKXAS, THI KSDAY. OCTOBKR 81, 1H86 CHATTERBOX By Mymi* Lauf«r Kfiifst • link h|h>uI(I uiuiertuki I he stiiiiy of ilentistry, for lu- hu> been down in tin- mouth ull week. I'oem ol Oliver (ioldHmilh: A <|uivt home hud I'anion Cruy, Seeluileil in u vale; Mix iluughtrr* all were feminine. And all hi* huiii* were mule. How IHithl'ully did Pin'con (iruy The hreuil of life di speiiHe Well "poHtvd" in theology, And |)omI and imiI hi.s fence. '(iuiiist all the vices of the ajri' He munfully did liuttle; Kin chickens were u lupcd lucixl, And quadruped his cattle. No clock more punctually went, Hi ne'er delayed a minute Nor evei empty was his purse, \\ hen hi' had money in it. Ills piety was ne'er denied; Ills truths hit saint and sinner; At morn he always breakfasted; He always dined m dinner Hi ne'er by any luck was grieved, By any care perplexed No fttchcr he, IIuiukIi when he preached, He aJways "took" a text. As faithful characters he drew As ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS, TIIURSOA Y, OCTOHKK 81, IW.MS I I □•ofiignci*— On iooks and Paopla The Campus Chat I'lihiodted i>mi' each week dunlin 'l>'' volleae year by the tdudents the North Texan State Tewhon College. Kntorrd an tiecond elits« mail matter at the Post Office at ItviiUin, 'I'dxw, Decern Iter 8, l'.Htl, under the act of Congroan of March 3, I87H, a i 1 Bit Passing through the stacks, a bright yellow book cover caught our eye. It hap|w ned to enclose "The Hundred Names," an intr< duction to the study of Chinese poetry, edited by Henry H. Hart, and published by the 1 niversity of California Pre**. Berkeley. California, in 1938. Thumbing through the book. discussions ol' the spirit, history. technique. and problems of translation of Chinese poetry attract our notice. The Chinese pwrnx printed in this Innik arc representative poetry covering the period from 230U B. C. to 1911 A. D. Some of the |HH*ms portray the untouched lovelineas of old China, while others...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1935

Help the Eagles Smear Thone Lions Tomorrow Night Campus Chat VOLUMK XX NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THl'RSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1985 150 Ex-Students Will Be On Campus This JVeek-Ei l\C) From The I AY'S \! MS Kill \ SON M \ I N HI |I|S( I SSIItN lOI'll \I MI S IS I K \ I ION I \< I S I'Rllltl I MS ( <11 I.I I.I I DI TOKS I WOK Id it IS I \ I I I' Washington Is Flayed As Right To Criticise Claimed By Johnson 1 Teachers College Discussed Over Dallas Radio Station took pari in a I lenton Radio Station KRLD, *> The foremost topic for discussion on the rumpus this week is (ren- cral Johnson's address Monday night. Arguments for and against the I'oimet head of .' RA are heard; hut agreeing or disagreeing with his policies, one has lo admit that Ins talk was interesting ami in- gloi mative Afiei spending Mime time eulogizing Will Rogers and expressing his pleasure at being m this section of the country, the tieneral got down to earth and really aid sonic significan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1935

FACE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT. HKNTON, I I V AS. THURSDAY, NOVKMBKR 7, ttf.Hft Eagles Smother Sam Houston In Last Quarter Spree V EAGLES ROUTE BEARKATS ^ IN 20 TO 0 VICTORY IN K'«* SECOND CONFERENCE TUT AFTKK (H'TPLA YING <H'PO\K\TS ALL THKOI (IN (i A ME, SWOMKS SHOW FAST S< OKISG l\ LAST I'KRIOI) 111 IIIIWgN K\ \\s Unleashing a powerful ground attack and an effective and be- wildering atrial ofTenaive, the iVnton Eagle* rompltU'ty routed the Sam Houston Bcarkat* in the final quarter to annex a 20 to 0 v trtory here Friday night. The ►tame, which was the second con ference tilt for the Kagle*. put the North Texas machine on a much more stable conference liasis than it ha- heretofore had. and iyave the Eagles a fighting chance for laurvfc in a three-way tie. The Siwomen thoroughly out- played their opponents during mo it of the game, and in the last period broke lin>«e with a flashy exhibi tion of fast .scoring. As the third quartet ended. Johnny Sto- vall, elusive Kagle back who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1935

CHATTEIRBCX By Mymi« Laufgr Qiiata Woods Selected From Dallas As Candidate for Prexy of T. S. T. A. (lut infertile mind failed to grasp tlif true significance of General Huirh Johnson's lecture. Perhaps f*. wax because we sat us far back as the eighteenth row, in perhaps it wan liecause we were ■ |Uite i i (ire pa red for a camouflaged political gesture. Kroni the time ( were taught to respond to the Ihuk of nature up to the present, the fact that "once a soldier al way* a soldier" lut* been imbued into our fiber It in ineonsistent and inconceivable that a soldier .licuild be opposed to regimenta tion. Could it be that financial re muneration is the sole objective, or in there u "nigger in the wood pile"? Looking at it from all angles, we smell a rat somewhere. I lines ha\e chanKed tremen- dously since we were stu- dents in the seconder) school. I.ast Meek an instructor in the I lemons! ration School whs awakened h> some students who apologized for being so rude its lo disturb hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1935

il'AUfc FOUR THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DKNTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY, NOVKMBKK 7, M 3h I I l i Sidelights— On Books and People The Campus Chat PublMtMKt otuc each week during the college >'**•*r by tae student* of the North Texas State Teachers College. Kntered as second class mull matter at the Pout 0(Riv at Denton. 'IYxu , December 8 liilti, under the act of Congress of Mirth 8, 1H70. "The Book of Puppets." by Martha Perrine Munger and A"nie Lee Elder. was published by Lothrop. Lee and Shepherd, Huston. li'Ml In collaborating in making this very interesting and information..', hook, Martha Perrine Munger had charge of the divisions of staging. scenery, making the puppets, and choice of plays. 'Phe section deal- ing with costumes and manipulation is by Annie Lee Klder. Illustrations in the book are by .1. B. Rossum Shitf<'r. Plates of the charactt rs. stage directions, and full dia- logue for six plays an >;iveu. Among the plays are "Three Little Pigs," "Ali Balm and the Forty Thieves,"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1935

,<« la I* Last Day For Yucca Picture Is Saturday <£Ijp Campus Chat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE teachers college. denton. TEXAS. thursday. november 14. 1935 From The im Nins DKt.ENKR X'l'ING, XX Kit; V M s XX S OK I S. ol<I'll IK TO IIAVK NIIXX KOI I I'M KM \o SIKIOn CHIPS. WOM XN PILOT ({I l i s HOTEL UNIVERSE PRESENTED NEXT BY THESPIANS College Player m a in licylle owen james i'vi.e ark featured < <• "Otic half of I hi* A hum icit ii |>(-<>|.I<- i- dying out; it in the half that made Amenta what it is ami has given it niltui')' and ideals," Dr. Albert Edward Wiggam, New X'ork eugenicist ami author told tin New Jersey State Teachers Vssociation l*i XX'igham blamed this sit nation oti the declining hi it h rate anions more cultured classes. "Hardly any group which can hope to send its children through high school is having enough chil dren to replace its own numbers," he said. Resides hirmu (went) new mutt- ers uuarantecd to please the eve •IS well us the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1935

PACK TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1M6 EAGLES OUT TO ANNEX CHAMPIONSHIP Fresh and Jubilant From Commerce Fray, Team Preparing For Trinity SportScriptur* A$ Preached By Bow«n Evans MtMfcrsM Inspired Machine Is Sent Onto Field Against Lions H> HOWKN KV\NS An inspired Fa le machine came tu lift h< Friday night before a ctwtl estimated at 8,000 to sur- pass then undefeated foe. the <'owmerce Lions. with a stinging ;<0 to (*i <iefe*t. throwing the Lour Star Conference into a thrw-way tii- Although rated the under- dogs, both the Fagle warriors and the Fagle student body exhibited a fighting spirit which bewildered an i s hdtied the visiting Lion* and thr thousand fan- who accompa- nied them on then invasion. Paving th« way for the spei tacular wain- of Homer IVgratn and Johnny Stovall, n rugged Fagle forward wall shattered the enemyV defense and kept the fight in I.ion territory the entire night. The Lions. who weii expected to make a featherbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1 S6 tin I hl> i ;.o 00 111 I CrATTEREOX By Ralph D«an <• Kven if it was twenty-live yearn lute in arrivinir, we know it *s he re There was more spirit exhibited on Thursday night anil Friday than we ever hoped to see. Kven Mime of the teachers joined in on the sly and shouted up their sleeves when no one was looking. (If course, Home of the teacher- hud other ideas, railing it moll spirit, etc. • • Mr. I1 . . said we probably would never have another pep rally if the noise makers did not cease their foolishness, while |)i li saw the Mt uat ion from another viewpoint. Dr. S. , . . expressed his maledictions in our glares that would curdle milk. I r S. . . iusi grinned, and dismissed class after the mob passed his room. • • Miss (,'... of the faculty wa< liaviru' an argument with ('. A. i < 'lauilc | Hums about whethci 01 not football players should In- dis- missed <m the day of a big foot- ball game. Hums asked, "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1935

PAGE rout THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1 85 Sidelights— On Books and Pooplo The Campus Chat Published once each wwk during the college year by the atudwits of the North Texas State Teacher* College. Entered as second class mail matter at the Po t Office at Denton, Texan, December 8, lJMti. under the aci of Congress of March 3, 1RT9. Zippy autumn weather such as we've had for the |>ast week makes us appreciate such a p< ern as W. E. Bard's "Vagabond," found in his collection of p< ems. "A Little Flame Blown." This is all I ask of life: The earth and open sky As comrades and a ro\ ing star To guide me by A roving star to lead me on. And when I tire. A wa'side spot among the trees And a rousing tire A fire of lieechell logs To thaw my inmost soul. A flash of color and romance To make me whole A splendid flame that blossoms To a crimson flower And tlies to burning embers For the soul's deep hour. W K. Bard i> a Texas poet who has written of the heri...

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

I Let's Find Some Way To San Marcos Friday ©jr Campus Ctpat VOLUME XX NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1936 "HOTEL UNIVERSE" WILL BE GIVEN TONI Work on $250,000 Library May Begin on December h PWA Grants $117,000 a • liWcdivC' Assunng Lrection Ut New College Building Seven Faculty Members On TSTA Convention Program Director Dean States Only Four Students v IIS From The J AVS \ ws MI A It O I H A l< N S now in id \ i \mi \ IHtHNK^ S \V()N I IKK 110 \\ IO STOP UK INKS I K I • FORI K It Ml KO Ml ( I < ISI N(. Specifications Have Heen Filed and Approved Seven members of the faculty of The Teachers College orchestra. North Texas State Tcachers Col under the direction of Floyd (iri lege will take active part in the ham, will take part in the pro- program of the fifty-seventh an- gram awl will be featured in a nual convention of the Texas Stan adcast over Station WOAI. Held T O O M ain y Teachers Association when it meet? The following forniei...

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

PACK TWO THK CAM PI'S CHAT, DKNTON. TKXA8, Ttll'KKDAY. NOVKMBKR HI, EA GLES TO PLA Y FINAL GAME SA TURDA Y Entire Squad Facet San m^ib are Marco* la Crarial IB JSCMMMW LIONS CINCH TC TOt'CH EOOTHAU NEXT INTKAMt ItAI. SIMIHT Kalph Cole's dinosaur* a wept thiough the intrninurul volleyball Ac Preached By Bowen Evans Tigers Lose T« Siscoaen At Trinity Eaglets Lose HARRIERS NAME To Weatherford MORGAN CAPTAIN WORK ON PASSES FOR TOP HONORS le''iinii^innmg atudenta during the Inst few days about it I.KTTIM. INTO TIM' SHAPE ( Avi u ffv AFTKK I H.HT VVOKK H> OlTK. PI NTINIi The Kn*t Te x a > Lions eked out lit lt<I N I V \\>> " narrow 7 to 0 victory over San Coach' Sim*oV entire .|uad of ' ^'""'nerce Friday night with moit> or I*1.-* eaac each one of their eight tilt*. They were closely followed by Kinky I links, who were captained by Aubuary Milrliell anil who t<seven of (IN I'd S\N MXRCOK"' mcr.-c game "Victory tonight Was the cry of a ifreat many would end the depreaa...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXA8, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER tl, 1M6 Dance Tuesday All-College CHATTERBOX \\ i wonder if Charle Shumak i, Abie ( ai.n, and II. C. Black II- trying *•' >'' new kinil <>f walk iliout the Campus, or if they just i>allv can't walk straight Helen Antrim and Raymond \mr nearly tu'il u|i ill clas the yitliet ilay. Hi' dared dispute her fvurd. Kayiniiinl, don't you know ■ he first rule for getting along It- it I women? I'.ash We're willing to liet h< -.uddrti blossoming of Mary ¥ '«l l ieeniaiiV charm isn't a ,takne.-- for a ecrtain llallasite. "Smoky" Joe Holliert is losing grip It's rumored that liorix ili<"tleh has a date for th San I .urn game with Tom (irant I \ anee Suinhei ho wi . . 1' .ley' 'Klegy in a Country Church I Yard' ?" 'Hi • \ lek "Wait a minute; it'- ll tlx' ti|i of my ton true Oh, I Won't know. Who?" We wish someone would tell us ■ what'- wrong with Iinnalil Stain I' 'id and (iertrude Payne. Don 1 eeins to lie batching it- Is it Im'...

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

PAGK rout THE CAMPtS THAT, DKKTON. TKXAS. THURSDAY, NOVKMBKK 21. tW 1 1 Sidelights— On Books and Paopla The Campus Chat Publiaheti «nrr each w ek during ihe college year by the students of the North Texan State Teacher* Collage. Kntered a* second rla mail matter at the Poet (Wltce at Denton, Texas, December H, 11)10, under the act of Coagreaa of March 3, ISTi*. "The Night Cltib Kra." t y Stanley Walker, published by t h«- Stokes Co., N Y . lives up to th« promise « f its title by giving graphic account of the beginnings of the present system of "evening entertainment," as it was develo|>od in Now York following the passage of the 1 Sth Amendment. Mr. Walker is city editor of the "Now ^ ork Herald Tribune" ami according to Alva Johnston, who has written the introduction to the book. The Night Club Kra' is dis- tinguished by its conscientious accuracy. The only flaw that I was able to observe was an implication that Chaun- cey M Depew stopped drinking champagne before he was eighty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1935

ft T. S. T. A. CONVENTION IN SAN ANTONIO TH11 RSI > A Y -8 ATIT R I) A Y Campus Ctpat T. •. T. A. ( VOLUME XX —B—B——i—S—B——0——— NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1985 —— thi niuH Ye o )1 I Th* II u it •<•! r< I CIS. I iiii'1- j in, ' 'ai'i : aij \. 11 I the, 1 U. S. AND MEXICO GLEANED FOR SPEAK I at at* t NOltS From The DAY'S \l WS ( I I lit. \ MITOSI S I I I II \ N \SI \ ( ! \ I I N V l< I \N I IK I S MIS SMOK I s I I I I It I Itl V« K. Miild. \s ni l I \iu:s r > I J I 1 I I1' It. Policeman I I if Thompson made the mistake recently of sticking ■t parking ticket un County Police Judge Harold I' Smith's autumn bile; noon afterw ard, Rockville, Mil., fired its police "force." They will name hi.* successor in the next lew davs. Much criticism pro and con was started on the question of volun tar.v euthanasia by the British phy mi inn vho anonymously confessed adininistet ing death to five hope- lessly afflicted patients, and by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1935

j Lfc 3 FACE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS, WKDNK8DAY. NOVKMHKK -'7. P.W EAGLES END GRID SEASON IN TOP RANK Siscomen Fight Hard To Eke Oat 6-0 Victory 0?er San Marcos: SportScripture As Pr#«ched By Bow«n Evans T. C. T o Send Team Against Best Runners Of Nation In December IU HOU'KN i:\ \NS Couch Sisco's fighting Kagles jaunwyvd t«> Sun Marco* Satur- du\ to take a hard fought hattle from the BoK'ats ami cinch their plao in a three-way tie for con- ference laurels, eking out a 6 to 0 victory under the light*. The Kagles. who Went into the game a* the favored team, soon found that the Cat.« had lnvn underes- timated. and the game resolved into a defensive fray with the linen hearing the brunt of the work and a punting duel characterising hack- field action Although the Siscomen kept the hall well into San Marcos' end of th. field during th entire game, they could not push the leather over for a counter on their threats Roth teams experienced difficulty in gaining ground; center...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 87, 1 S6 CHATTERBOX mm> i:m 01 r I II \\KS<,I\ IN*. Turkey day in about here again. Dr. MeConnell wax heard uyillg, "I suppose we will hav« id cut i>ut holiday*. The students |iviii| the two weeks before think hi.' and making plans ami the two weeks after talking over what t he> did and do they line the | holiday ?" Studies are just inn dents and we hope our profi oi thoughts run along the iaim line. So we hid each and every iiie of you a full stomach. I,istell men, do you think it is tun for u ifirl or a boy to criti- i ize a couple who "dutehed" it to the Baker? 'Windy'" Taylor has solved the problem of getting a fail maiden ••> faint in his arms Before long we may many fair young wains training glials to run circles around lovely victims. If he can figure out an automatic deodorizer he plans to copyright tin- plan ' Everyone had a good time at the girls' tag Friday night ex i e| t a few optimists who got tut'k And...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 November 1935

THE CAMPI'S CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1UH5 i! I Sidelights— On Books and Peopl* The Campus Chat Published once each wcrk during the college year by the atudMt* of the North Texas State Tracken Collego. Entered as second class mail matter at the Poat office at Denton, Texas. December 8, ltUti. under the act of Congress of March 3, 1H71 . "Illyrian Spring," by Ann Bridges; Little. Brown, and Company, Ronton. 1986. Ann ft rid ire*, author of "Peking Picnic," winner of the 1 9.T2 Atlantic Novel Contest, has again achieved an understanding study of con tern )>ornry life and problems as we know them. In "Illyrian Spring," Miss Bridges tells the story of a woman who leaves her home in search of freedom, and who. strangely enough in the course of the story, finds it. Through the friendship, first of a man much younger than herself. and then of a man who is older, this con- ventional English woman is transformed into a more lov- able, more admirable character. Lady Kilm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1935

t'S In - In1 I1" In, J"1 |tn k iy |K- ]k •k It > ft [IV la- ll r m If III >v I ]l> li\ iu' Basketball Season Opens Tomorrow 3tljp (ftampus Chat OLl'MK XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER ft. 1 NOTES From The DAY'S MHS IIOOV KK'S MM in hi: \ i uoosi vki.i I S I' UO\\ N S ON I M IS I Ml;MS SI'dlMS SPORTS? M \ N V WONDER IA correspondent for the United I're.-s thit« wwk sheds some light mi tlio puzzling national political 1 11 tint u>ii l y writing "Don't let ■anybody t**iI you the former pre- sident ' Herliert Hoover) is cam- (naigning rannminition i at I .<1 ,ti ( nliforiiiu beginning 1,1 doubt that he wan a candidate, convinced now that he is I am I not." Not II .ylci la: ' I 6 ■ I n ft i i' «! II' r nt i- r itn «v inly has the correspondent. ( Wilson, "arrived in Cal Morula." I>ut he alao has had din I ner with Mr. Hoover; and, af- Itciward, he talked with the form- president for two hours in the 1 loovei study. Mi. Wilson came...

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

FACE TWO THE CAMPUR CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER t , l«8f> Eagle Cafetten To Show Wares In Opener With Dr. Pepper Tomorrow Eagle Gridsters Who Graduate The curtain will go up on North Texm.' cage niuhi tomorrow night at 7:4ft o'clock when Coach Pete Shandt' Eagle* lake on the strong Dr. Pepper Independent* of Dallas on the local court. after a tilt between the Frosh ami the Springtown High School opens the evening * program. The Ptpptrt i «>ast of lot* of talent backed by experience. and the liattle prom- ises U) be a fast ami interesting one. Only one other frame hus been definitely placed on the Eagle schedule, this lieing a match with Sammy's Place, a 1'alius aggie cation which is composed of form er S M. I'. Mustangs This game is to (> • Tuesday night. Dec. 9. at 7:45 at Harriss Gymnasium, and if reports that the Sammies will start four of last year's Mustang letter-men are correct, the Eagles ill lie up against u teal Imttle Conference games will bt sched- u...

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