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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1935

lo in :thi. urn Mill >' v thin >iti< UK'lv 1H irtiv •lou i of Ut). th< tin ne«l 1 up nv itioi ral tin ft THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1MB CHATTERBOX HM KM OI'T Plans Are Being Laid For Annual Christmas Dance By Senior C.L.C. | i ,ni. niv111k I)* V«r, ami all . ,.t.■ "i are attempting to ilr ttii'ini"- un<l reports fm iciiily of turkey anil ni.' we enjoyed during oui ,i 11111111 Don't they know aire Weight <>f till student i advanced two pounds? \ i i uppose you navv Hill around tlif Campus last , i'iuI, or di<l you? He wa- in Hay Hunt the low down on 11 ■ I r clusNinun technique ' iin the victim's reai I ion it have I n't'n gruesome. runiort'd that ' I. A 11' I * I if is may not be alimwil \c nur beauties competition .nui-1 V\'' nt\ thf mattci. v i ■ take it? (irantfil. there i too many of the fuir sex at i t ail-l ollege, hut remember, I X.'s dances are good and ..w what happened the last wi* I Kith threw dunce* the niuiday niirht. d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1935

PAOK rout I 1 I i Sidelights— On Books and P opl« THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19S6 The Campus Chat Published once each wwk during I h.- colle** year by the atudaats of the North Tex*. State Teachers Col leg, Entered t. second ciass mail matter at the Pout Office at Denton, Teia . December 8. 19J6. under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879 "Paths of Glory," by Humphrey Cobb, published by The Viking Prow, New York. 1936. Quit*- depressing it* Humphrey Cobb'* tale of men of the French division of the Allied Armies. Bursting shells midnight attack* deadly machine gun tire—the unutter- able horror >f th - dead and dying described with a ruthless realism those are only a few of the elements that go to make th* gripping and forceful document that is "Paths of Glory." The events that happened as a result of an officer's longing for glory in the form of decoration* and citations for bravery make the story what it is: a realistic picture of the scenes l ehinii th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1935

Hip-Little Sinter Christ man Party W ednesday Night <£br Campus Ctjat i m I I mi oI.l'MK XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1935 II 1^— ——— I ) — ——F wwaa l\©T From The I Ml \MST KAVdHS I WO ( \NDID\TEK loll \ SON ItKPORTS o\ llll IM Itl.K Mil KOOfcEV El/I II NUM. I N SI I N ( I Better Speech Week To McAlUter To Be Observed on Campus William Randolph Hem si does i'Iv hit this week to help •y the current ridtlle of who , <1 and who will lead the lie .mii party in the 19iN> pre si ii ml campaign. Hi predicts thai Governor Alf i.uniloii of Kansas ran lie nom- •i'd and elected president next assorting in Topeka that I. New Ileal can lie defeated i! Republicans and those opposed the national administration iir on a man like Governor indiin a man who is a doer and a promoter." Wasn'l it >11 Hearst who • inI> last SeptemlK-r expressed .1 desire ol seeing \llred I' smith head a third part} movement in lit.'tii. which -hould tunc an exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1935

FACE TWO THK CAM PI'S CHAT, DKNTON TK\AS. TMt KSDA Y, DKCKMHKIt 12, l 8f. I I* i * ■ . i I * ii EAGLES CRIMP STRONG DR. PEPPERS, 32-31 — CONFERENCE HOPES ARE AROUSED AS EAGLES SEEN TO HAVE STRONG TEAM zack c aix wd jimmy hawk lead dextox ix scoris4s; oppoxexts strong SportScripture As Preached By Bowen Evans DalUtQaat EAGLE CAGERS TO MEET Wins Over TC STRONG TEAM OF JEW- In Hard Game ISH CENTER OF DALLAS Ian) b> Jimniv Hank ami Zack i ain. th N.*rth T Aat« Kagle i air- whirled ami *wirl «d thri-uirh the n*." Dr. Indepen- dent,* of Dallas to bow out a fl- ic SI .ictorv m their >p*nintr en co unter of tin -<a- -n In a fray which uw tht so>rt - *i«n.link* prac ticall) on a lew-' >iv. Irk the en- 1 ire frame, the Kagie* Benson *trated a brand of basketball which put u -park of inference hopt in the breasts of Denton fans. T > ie were rough spots, it t.« true, an ! th EkflK failed to benefit from chanty throw*; but smooth hand- ling of the hall and a fast break- ing off...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1935

led rln THIS CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1986 CHATTERBOX FIND I M OCT i I 1,1 >1 IS(. FA I I , ■' louiuJ mil why ('.I A ninny u forty ri*|>i't'Mriita it the ull-fulleitt* <lunt'«'h ..!i«n«- if harboring more cv<m*uI 1' neem* r |firl Imvc a kiiin'k for i,: Iniy- friends l y the pay . thud. They even meet tHi- i > ut Oyrhe's so they forced t«i come all the I A. Ami we were ho all heitiir he-men! mly toll) I.t<roy Crouch k i Bur Ion like* the cave itl Now I know why he <ad Alley Oop and Tai • he I'rex* and. incident he in willirnr to Mtrht vho tluren dispute his Ken leading it. W III.' \\ F.I I.' I ■ iwii. of Latin fame, xays, 't pay to lie a gentleman, a gentleman, the girl a ill keep you for a pet and iiiidy elne!" Ma.vhe that's . i. on there are ho few of II on the Campos. >fiUMi Thomas seems to lie handle hei hoy friend with ai'tion, f t e e wheeling, power, and hydraulic lull we also know she uses hroiu/i'd words. i read I hat one of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1935

,IIP1PI PAGE FOUE THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, DM5 | | ■ ? 11; i I ill i ■ v The Campus Chat On Books'and P opU j am; a-carin rot* by shi Iw-ck an printed by the tardy publishin co at dallas in texas 1M6 with pit s hers by cecil MMMl shes got me doin it too i l een rt'adin on her buk fur ni onto 2 d>K and i think shi becks buk is worth the ait bits >he a#ks an the ml checked gingani cover is the prut- tiest yet even the rappin paper it is printed on is nise doesnt hert your eves a bit shi wants you to know why some of her spellin is so diffrunt she explains in the forewurd i guess you will find sum of the spellin prutty baii a* that part of my brain is kinder parali*«d an i jus -|>ell bv ear sum of the stories you will find have sum big wurds spelt out rite i lukt them up in the dictionary that is if there was nobuddy arond to a.xk most of the stories tho i jus manajed on my own that was county of sumtimes havin to look up so many wurds that i furg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1935

Il'l I 'I l< a 111; li' a |i< r' r ii iin I'd I hi I I n 11 <Ehp Canuiua Choi •mrngmm iM'MK XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THUR8DAY, DECEMBER 19, 1M6 ^€TIS From Th# I W'S NEWS S WHEAT TO HE ,\ WOK LI) MARKET HI \ s TOWN HALL. I is Till-; HALL \NI TO KICJHT ol IS' SKK DEMPHEt V I a question of what to take payment," George K. Farrell, lor of the grain tiiviHion of \ \ A , tol«l wheat growers m City this week, predicting the United Statu* would be l>ing wheat again next year. II they cun'i pay cash, the in is what kind of goods we accept without injuring our > industrial.," he said. Ii is well known that the majority of the foreign roun tries are unable to pay cash— it least not while most of the worlds gold supply is ronrent rated in underground V nulls of the I'nited Stat es I he country merchant has a heller business policy: "take ;t out in trade," at leant un- til money is available. drive against "rubber stamp" i riessmen was launched by ithe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1935

PACE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER Itf, 198ft Rnwm Twine Tr« n«f*r« Basketball Tactics Insuficieat " 1 *177 F«r Jews T# Avenge Insults Fran Froa A.C.C. Will Not Phara*fc. Seccer Rules Are Added Rn fa Luc Stir Mttt t Sport Scripture As Preached By >n Evans Sportsman Will Take 4 Men To Sugar Bowl Meet ( imi'h rti.K SportsmanV drMin* of a possibly great track team this year underwent wnvwhat of a tifeoel when • I' «;i~ ieailleii day that the Brown twin*, trans fern from A. C. C\ at Abilene would not run in th«* Lone Star Conference meet this year. This announcement came as a result of the annual meeting of the ath- letic director*, faculty rep resell tativex, and coaches of the Lone Star Conference in i'alias Satui day. Under rulinjrs of the conference, the Brown twins were perfectly eligible for intercollegiate and con ference competition, because they had met the requirement of two campus semesters ot the local in- stitution, and this was the only transfer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1935

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, IMI 4 1Mb |< c. |s in jKil 11 IH * h t lArn "Hck jMMi I a |i Ml iim irt |( inn inn [>TH! i n [niU* I I Iron • e t. rent | lib the |m I wtn hile I ii l|>« >! 1 pi Imlf 1 tin J ♦ I I JIm t |nil<* I - • \ i • • • i I- " CHATTERBOX FIND KM OlTT C. L C. Plans Annual Dance McConnell Will Speak At Press Club Meeting Wi1 wimh Jerry Minshew would <iuit "unbcautifying" Went Oak Street with his cigarat stubs cov- ered Milli lipstick. It's bud enough when the beautiful campus debs strew thein around. Voice in phone' This is We-tern Union. Is this Felix Spevie? Felix: Yes, this is ine. Voice: We have a telegram for you. Shall I read it to you? Felix: Oh, yes, please do. Voice: Will arrive Decembei ■J!t. Kilned, Santa Clan.-. For hitch-hiking lesson. phone .'172 and ask for Louise, Mary Lois, Mildred, or Mary Norman They seem to lie authorities on this mat tor. We eertninly do wish the night watchman would keep a watch on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 December 1935

I I'AOE POUB THE CAMPUS ('"AT. DRNTOK TKXAS. THURSDAY. HKCKMBRH 19. IW6 Sidelights— On Books and People "post-Ban Diversions." by E V. Lueas. Harper and Brothers, publisher 1984. One <>f tht most entertaining books which will be avail- able at tin T < Library immediately after th«* Christmas holidays is this on#!. The author explains in his foreword: "This book consist.- of < xtracts from the letters which I have been receiving since 1908, with the more personal passages omitted. Then would be a richer selection had not a fire intervened." He takes as a basis, or rather an excuse, for the naturt of the book a quotation from Beau Brummel which says. "Let the other fellow do the work." and follows it with sonn of he most delightful passages that I have ever read. Lucas numbers among his correspondents such outstanding per- sons as Sir J. M Barrie, Max Beerbohm. C.eorge Bernard Shaw. Walter I)e La Mare. Helen Keller. Kudyard Kipling. Christopher Morlev, and Hugh Walpole. In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1936

Don't Jtiiss "Hlossom Time" Tomorrow Night VOLl ME XX r * ;<)TKS, pagt 4) para-quips Saturday night lief ore Christ - 4max. MARA ELIZABETH WIN III.!'; vvatiilciit| around the square until In was "picked up" by a < ninlrs luiit, who fed her hum bur rei . onions, and pit'. Viler Mother Nature failed I- UK I • Bl'SI | and ' PKK W'I'.K" tiKKENFlKLD were sure ha' SANT \ CLAl'S would bring In i i n moustache foi Christmas. In din loin I. ihey are now inves tit at in-1 the propaganda concern inn '',|s t"fl« proposition. l,OI>l'.\7.(l .l(i||\S didn't mind wl . n atiot m>r boy gave (JAY \1 I \ K RES a three-pound box of _ hi :. 11" < In I-1 ma: , but lie did w i s Ii tl ,u there had been more nut center*. Sun i ( hi i -1 mas, HA R O L I' \ |c K hi', been on a vinegar diet. Kind.ng hi Fori Worth girl with a date, he sat on the curb in front ■•I hei house and ate the Ave pound box "t candy he had saved all fall. They ay that "religion makes people hap >but "COTTON" VIA W INC....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1936

PACE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DSNTON, TEXAg. THURSDAY. JANUARY 9. fl TRACKMEN TAKE SUGAR BOWL HONORS LOCAL HAM1ERS ACQUIT THEMSELVES WELL W NEW ORLEANS KACE CARMVAL DELMER BROWN WINS THIRD PLACE IN 75 AND 44*)-YARD RUNS; CON LEE TAKES HONORS ♦ SportScripture As Preachad By 8ow«n Evans 'hppiw Ntac Out Eaglet In Traveling: southward during the holiday* to the uuaint and his- toric "winter capital of America." old New Orleans, roach Charles (Chocl Sportsman, Delmar Brown, Duane Abbey. Henry Morgan. and |{ C. Conlee acquitted themselves well in the Southern A A I track and field meet. The meet was a featured part of the mid winter Suirai Bowl Sports f'arni- va! which included Imsketball. ten- nis. a yacht regatta. and the track and field meet, and which was cli maxed by the wrala Sugm Bowl grid classic which Texas Chris- tian took from Louisiana State by a breath-taking margin. Running two days later than originally planned, due to the in- clemency of the weather Saturday afternoon, Deeemli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. 1986 wrm a • **• CHATTERBOX FIND KM OUT m • Ken' 11<'|>111u everyone hud it In I iiiU' Christmas ami a rnuninn Mew Veat I vc and most «>f you • Im1, I nun tin report* c arc if n-iviiiK and tin- uncnergctic way i il'iynlH drugged to I'lu-M'- Moll tiny. \ one teiuher said, w« all came hack to Ni-hool to rest up. Seems Itf though it"- going to In* lu-ii' .aiy to go to work for the next three weeks. I'm beginning to lie at raid term themes don't just appear out of thin air they lost eithei money or time and I have more linm than money, don't you'! Iwel.vn McGaughy possesses a ore jaw this week. Surely a onny man by the nume of I'ratt Kitiard I'ouldn't have don< such hi i ^gentlemanly thing us to lie the 1'iiusiv She insists the door jus! opened and hit her. Spooks! ♦ * • Kveryone is wondering why I'lnllip Morget is always iate to li one o'clock du s. Our guess is thai Josephine has something to do with it. I'htllip, rememb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1936

PACK rout THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXA8, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. WSfl Sidelights— On Books and PeopU The Campus Chat Published unit' each week during the college year by tike atudtatv of the North Texaa State Teachers College. class mail matter at the font Office at Denton, Texan. December I, li'lti, under the act of Congress of March 8, 187ii. Entered a* second "The Man Without a Home," by Kupert Hughe*. pub- lished hy Harper and Brothers, Publishers, 1986. Although the words ami music of "Home. Sweet Home" an- almost universally known, there has been little said about the author of that poignant lyric. Rupert Hughes, in his latest historical novel, ti lls of the life of John How- ard Payne, who thoroughout his lonely life never found the home for which he yearned ho intensely. John Howard Payne, actor, playwright, and poet, was born in New York, and-gained renown as a bo\ actor in Un- united States. Hughes begins his novel with a scene in front of the Drury Lain Theater where John H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1936

• Mar quih Hall Open* January 27 (Eljc Campus Cljat VOLl'ME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 16, 1936 ■ama MARQUIS HALL TO BE OCCUPIED JAN. - e r • * % * • < • • « 4 • • ♦ MJIS From The I VVS \l v\s < ot in. ((iN(iKi.ss I'KFP \ UI Milt I V.Mr \l!.> W |\( lll.l.l SI 1.1.I SIS >11111 HOI I POOL Ill M 'S SON I IsII PRIM \l LSI I Set NOTKS, page 3) para-quips A 'Ilililc donkey" wandered in t<< tiir i lull stall, and alter all llie eni waggin and brayin,' l^l IPS managed to shovel into fresh sir long enough to 11ii*I out that the latest ego maniac's name is I.KAIO MAPLES. Aite. PEE WEE HARALSON had yelled, "HAROLD VH K is neikini MI k Y I'HELPS," MKS. liolKiK rushed to the door, hut VlCK was already sliding under his lied four blocks away, i^l ll'S would like to have seen UK KY U I CKY HOAZ "truck in', with that little peroxide hlond over in the "west end" when he and a bunch of the "potato- bug gang" visited Dallas recently. After...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1936

PAOK TWO [ I THK CAMPUS CHAT. DIN TON TKXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY l«. I S6 —— Eagles Travel to West Texas Last Week, Winning Two of the Combats Radio Ensemble Tm Continue* Returning Lettermen Coach Pete Shand*' Kaglc eager* journeyed into Weat Texas the | mkI week end for a heavy thrM- ruirhi Mhadule, wimuiiit two and dtopping nnt- of then contests. Thursday night the I «>n t i>ii it <■ in.wlnl ovet the McMurry eager* hI Abilene by the won of .'16 to 2<1, Turner taking «icoritig hon om with a total of eleven point*. Le..ding by only one point at the half, the Kaglc* wmr to life in the final to sioothci the Indians under a brilliant offenmv*- drive hmM by Turner, who l«e (run the la*t half scoring spree l y sinking three field goals in a row Anant* of McMurry took wmmd place in the wariny with ten point*. while /.ack ('am of lh« Kagles registered two field >nli« and sank foui charity U **e* to take third honors for the evening Fagles fit ft pf tp ('•in 2 4 2 S He*tei 1 2 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY l«. 19 « ■ - - 1 CHATTERBOX UNI) T:M Ol T More than one person around t liik school Iiiim HUilik'iily decided his i*m'm foot, plugged nickels, ami various other charms uicn'l going to pas* him in most of his courses A fi'W have even lost faith in their magic pci.oiialitit-. The library i- crowded, and tin- reference librarian says the moat UMd hooks are the copies of "The Reader"- Digest.'' In case you have not been initiated into tin mysteries of these wonderful hooks. several professors have found their hook report- n-emhle those found therein. We wonder if this sudden quiet ness m hand-holding can he con- tributed to this lovely harvest moon, or have some secret places heen discovered after all these years near Denton, or is dead week all it implies? If you just must go to something the College is sponsoring for once during this curious week, we suggest the bas- ketball game Friday night. All eyes are turning with mtei i t toward ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 January 1936

PAGE rout THE CAM ITS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. IMS Sidelights— On Books and P«opt« Retiring after a half century of observation, William C. McCracken. superintendent of buildings at Ohio State University, state* that college students have changed verv littie in the last fifty yearn. And it might be added that if he were still around fifty Mars from now, the college student of 1986 would be very MMUs different from the one of 1886. Human nature changes as slowly that It la practically the same today as in the days of the C*eaar«, as witness the exploits of Mussolini. "" *1 —his more illustrious proto- The Campus Chat Publinhed onw each week during the college year by the student* of the North Texa* State Teacher* Collage, Entered an Mcond clans mail matter at the Pout Office at Denton, Texa*. December S, MM (J, under the aet of Congren* of March 3. 1870. "Careers f Cynthia." by Kriek Berry, published by the Junior Literary Guild, Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1988. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1936

u ♦ Support the Basketball Team Tomorrow Night Campus Cljat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, 1986 NCTtS From The DAY'S 1\IHS ROOSKX M.I < OMES niKoi <;H I I niuri IT \n ROTH WIN \\ VR SI'I \K IN<. OF \\ E ATM Kit KIM. i:i>\\ \KI IS FA NO FHFF. (ilKI.S "Well, he done it!" Them's the words we uttered when we heurd the news that FDR had attain vetoed the bonus hill. In thus acting directly against the principle* of Rood politic*, if pol itirs may lie used in the Mime sen tence with the word "(food," the president unconsciously performed exactly as our humhle selves hud predicted. We are admirer- of strong char acter. and proudly refer you to the president of the United State- as our most perfect example. FI'R wi 're proud of you! It's too had ever* year isn't election jear. Congress might then find the inspiration to accomplish something. The difficulty newspapers face iri securing faithfully accurate news for their reader- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1936

THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DBNTON, TKXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. 19M m ■ W,i Etfkt Delta! Burfcih In First Conference Tilt Coming from behind in the last thriN minutes of play with m bril- I in in Rnxinti spree staged by Char- lie Turner. ace forward, the Eagle iron! ropers soared to a 2f> to 22 victory over tSam Houston Bearkats, conference rival#, in their first till of the season in the !x ne Star loop on Friday nurht, January 17. From start to finish the game was n close, see-sawing contest. and in the closing minute#, a hilarious crowd went wild as the Denton eager# jaunted iihead to victory nn<l u top place in the loop's percentage column. Vick a! centei got the first jump for the I stifle*, but the Denton offense failed to click. In a rather -low start free tonnes by Bolton if the h u- isnd llawk of ^ic Eagles opened th«■ scoring of th« night. /.ack Cain, shifty Eagle forward, sank an overhead hook and seconds later looped a long oni to register f"ur point#. Tur- nei 's tw field g...

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