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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1932

# p." ♦ The Chatter Box JOHNNY KING TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT • • • Don1* forget, barring accidents and l<ad weather, the senior dance is going to In- a bedlam of hilarious enjoyment tonight. Ut'i all come out and hsv* it mm! time and help Sam and his ctaas make their dance a auecaaa. VOi UMl XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN ION. TEXAS. SATURDAY. HI Y 9, l<U2 WRITES MATH BOOK FKHLING ALLOWS ! EXTENSION OF ♦ ill LET'S ALL GET ON THE BANDWAGON • • • It looks' like the campus will no Demoncratic a.-, usual this year. Great interest has been manifested in the recently completed convention by all who could reach earshot of a radio. By the way, Miss Drury Featherstone, local summer student, teacher and long-time resident of Alvarado. la a cousin of John Garner, the vice-presi- dent hope to the Demoncrat*. If you ! are a bit uneasy about casting your vote, go around and' see her. WORK BEING DONE ON A VESTA COVER • * An Avssta cover design contest is stimulating much interest and...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1932

between an® wi {lie covers - - U - f Hi i- Student- of the North Texaa eher* Collage, iknton, Te*a ^ H apu* Chat lintarad v. Heeowl Clas* Mail Mat- ter at the Poetafftca at Denton. Te*a , T r gWm'ber 8, l M ■ M1.MBKK TEXAS I NT ERCOLLEOIAT i PRESS ASSOCIATION Edltolt ^l Jfe, Andrew Swenson *s«tciat* Editor . I«amar Ply Feature Editor TH ,.. - - M4t Rotdiwon Satiety Editor Dorothy Hood CMVMi*txr**~ PonAhy Hood, t.uy McNiel, Hill B Hswdl, John i*kik#, Johnny King. B«rt Mini ktmmTMi<~~Vm0*¥ McDdmM, l«ok Belie Curbo, Edith Powte. B< b T«el. Kalph Adkins, Jim Asbbutn, Stewart JernigSft. Mary 11*11. <i- I.. Bradford. Alma Wittkmaoa. WIMmii Aaaatd, Freda Yarhrough as l&y • * • McN tel and H owes Burnt... Managtr Joe Box 2SR . Tmetm* College Station .tufa* I Pi ?u|C " £&r;: i a: i.! * Th«u«i t rwM SffliniiitH: -- f'oi Ike irietfott) Itf thm U nrliJ >« ItMilmhurmt with Oori fmr if m written. He litktth ike « «>• m their m emftimr**. — Ftr*i Corinthian« III l . TMon.Hr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1932

V* JCT Kappa Delta Pis Hear Dr. //. J. Stack At' light gave the speaker* the signal to «peak. During tlw |.rogram the member* At Summer Banquet and guests joined in stinging several j .I ...I .i.n ■ songs. written exprensly lor the oc- Newly initiated members of the Kappa Delta Fi, honor society. were guests at the banquet given by the fraternity at the C. I. A. tea-room WITH THE CHURCHES cation. Immediately before the banquet the pledget were forr-.illy initiated into the organization in a ceremony Wednesday evening. The banquet in at the Collage Club House, Follow a regular affair and is givan when- Ing are the new members: mr new members are taken into the' Juniors: Men*# Adkins, A, G. dub. Barsh, Alpha Mae Brooke, Caroline j to~ *, rBlher hard at times for all of Dr. Herbert J. Stack of the New Currie, Lucile Clink cales>, Mary: u*, not only iinancially, but in many York School system gave the principal The other day I ran across a little By BERT MOORE One can hardly listen i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1932

fHK CURTIS STORKS TVU) FIRST ( I \SS STOC KS - - Drug* and Drug Suniirie* 32 year* Special attention to pr«M*ri|iii«>n filling. In Denton. Visit our Fountain* 'GUARANTEED SPECIAI. 11.25 Winner Alarm CM for 9he If© Pi,'; It South Side Phone 52 I'HOMPT DELIVERY North Side Phone 441 FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE PHYSICAL KDl ( \TION CI.I B HEARS DR % \( k OR. HILL Plii cat titaraHwi I TENNIS AND AN EXPONENT Little Mmilty wm* UtUiay us tfc* I otlMrr day about th* t>i«r Mwrnw u>uraa- ! imrnt. It twai that SmiUy ha* baan making wry fair pi <**•*• in tha «m- lib, having reached at laaat tlw quarter final*. • H> the time thin BNT1MUED FKOM PA( K i eh aa the leadar of th< leather* ut T*x *. he laid tf.i • Ante* at their door: "Met'Kanico tra««M fmtitf IfegH Ijirafa. Our W E H A X E Watchin' ya come into our tradin' place at 223 Hest VVickoree and #et smiles and Sauer Kraut, eherilee orderin' foods sent out; so we bade ya come and come a#ain bring-in' food problems for us to egsblane...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1932

t 41 I I It ♦ The Chatter Box JOHNNY KING THECA HAT FORMER T. C. BOYS IN SINGING BEE • • • A clipping brought into the office the other day told of * radio program in which the University of Texas summer chorus figured. First tenorj, for the Texas Summer Song'ter# were A. H. Braiesle and Edwin Hayes, both former T. C". campus 3gurea. THIS HERE SHEET HAR INSIDES • • • Don't forget, there a e some inter- esting things on the editorial and society pages of the Chat this week. Hawea and McNiel, bookmongers, have a very interesting column. Bert Moore and Dot Hood will help you to tine up your appointments. You will wish you had been vaccinated when you read the Campus Cat Column. Also watch for the week's scripture — some of you don't get any anywhere else . . . LOOK OUT. YOU MELON RAISERS! • • • The Exes Association of the Col- lage is planning a watermelon feast lor July 10. That's Saturday. The group will meet at 6:30 and all mem- bers who have cars are asked to bring them. Each membe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1932

I rtn Studtnt * of 1P|Mj90l Si u Tfftch*"fM €<«)fof * between the covers - - - and witnoul ky - McN, Itel on J H owes pu« Chat Ent *red u Second Class Mail Mat Itr el ttm foetoffi.* at Denton. T#*a*. ItattNUber I WM tfBMBKB TIXM fNTEBCOM.KGlATIi lUtf ASSOCIATION Aeaoeiat* Editor Feature id** Motitty Editor CeMWMtgra fiorothy Hood. Andrew Hwenson l-arnar fly Edra IiMum Dorothy Hood day MtNM, Bill 8 Hawe*. John Skile* Johnny King B«rt Moore RkrttfHng— Pwy McDonald. M* Belle C urbo. Etiiih Foot*, Bob Tml. Balph Adkin*. Jim Aahburn. Stewart Jemlgan. Mary Hall. *4 ' Bradford, Alma WUUairwoR. William Arnold. Freda tirhnwgli &alfM*« llanact-r 3bde* Bo* Nl Teachers Station lovnw V KH8F *UU 7HK WBCK : "**" Jud.pt nnt, that •/< >•' not itulgnl far mntk whut )W(|w i tt' )"dgr. y *hu!l 6* >udg ed; and with wlut> y. to yoM agittn. Motthew VII TKOOiHT 'MR UK W«tK The ! tirllnu pf i mmMu within YOl' .., ... ft... ««'*, i/ m tw 11 hy nnunufd ! ami 2. if" t (At; human turf m lio t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1932

t * s 0 c I Y _________ — Dorothy Babb Gives Travelogue Skit at Mary Arden Meeting: Mis Dorothy Babb of the Dem- onstration School conducted a travel- ogue akit on Italy at the regular meeting of the Mary Ardens Mon- day night on the lawn of the Mary Arden Lodge. Mi#s Babb was as- sisted by Ann Bradley, who was dressed in various, colorful costumes and sang appropriate songs. Miss Lillian McReynolds sang two solos and then bridge was played. High score was awarded to Miss Rob Murphy and high cut prise to Miss Kvelyn Howell. An ice courrse was served by the hostesses, Johnnie Gilbreth, Edith Gross, Claudene Goodall, Beulah Larkin, Lela Mae Kirby, Agnes Mor- rison, Ethel Allen, Marion Javggli, Velma Prances Turner, and Louise Myracle. An hour of dancing fol- lowed. CLC's Have Picnic At Park Wednesday The City Park was the scene of the C. L. C. picnic Monday night. After the lunch was enjoyed, a busi- ness meeting was held with Miss Rama West, president, in charge. A report of the danc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1932

AID FOUTS WITH RECREATIONAL PROGRAM m FOLLOW UP WITH SWEOG M'MBEK OF STATE Rl'RAL SI PERVISOR8 INCREASING I Rurai up«r*i ars are comparative- 111 at a rate in the la t hi* year* that T—IMjb WiwiiitK would indkat" a bright future lor I p for Tim |T fpl mumUy opened field. At pus* With th> first half of this,,, sk>n en« there are tv rity counties in Texas •Irawiny to a close, iport. boeom* in- fc*eh choose to employ rural super- • reamogly weaker ami *«aker. The visors rather than hold institute for tournaments seem to he i-'etting over,, their rural teacher*. It ia the privi and everything t-be it -f:-.win|t down.1 lag* of washers in such counties to Nevertheless, ping t «ng *1111 Han ita expert help in finding new material devotees Almost any night will find and in rateiviag suggestion, in im- every table occupied up at the park provement of classroom methods, with a line waiting to take on the Supervisor* hold conferences each * winners, .Saturday at which time the teachers —...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1932

i 1 The Chatter Box JOHNNY KING THE CAMPU CHAT ——— W* Still Havr Hone Ktude* This mid-t«rm due rente didn't af- (M HI materially Ml MHNMT. It in just as hard a* ever to get a drink at ten o'clock in th« morning at the tu«in fountain. If W (ould Only Do Away With Dummies The traffic problem in the admin- istration building has at last worri- ed iuelf out. Everybody goes up the aide stairs and down the front ones. The powers that be had their re- spective tongues in their cheeks when they asked us to go up the center front stairs to classes and descend by the two rear ones. They knew that reverse psychology would make us do what we did in regard to the stairways. Anyone who attempts to go up to a class from the lobby of the ad building via the front and main stairways is met by a wave of hu- manity at any of the class inter- mediate periods and forced back down unless he ia a superman. We were all asked orally, graphically and tele- pathically to obey a traffic code di- rectly opposit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1932

$k#p8i Put. by StodenU i the North l>*a ■ si«u 1Wkrr< Callage. l<< ntoa, Tatt* Chat Enteral m Seeoad Class Mail K«t ttr At th* P<mti4tu* at UtnUm Tssas. *% r ~ Umeembr r $ MM MKMHKk Ti:XAH INTRRCOIXEMATK -- IKI • ASSOCIATION ... adeew §mmmm 4a«ixtat* Editor Lamar Fly Feature Kditor L„ Edra Robinson Society MMMMU Uorothy Hood COM'm mist* -f>orotfty Hood, Guy McN'iel, But S John Skito#,' Johnny Kin#, B«rt Moore Percy McUwialrl. fUeil* Curbo. Edith Foot#, B b Teel. fcalph Adk n«, Jim Ashburn Stewart Jernigan, Mary Hall, Q. I- Bradford, Aim* WlWewee. William Arnold, Kr*d* Yarbrou#h «r ""■■"■ ■ 1 '-1 L '1 1 ""'■■■■=«? u im *,« Marvmti! Jm Hkites Bo* 2M . Teaehei* oliege Station Saurrw* Vmmu nm this Warn • - f krrrfur* all thirty* what:-*«ew ye would I hit I m- ft ikould do l« y w, do w even to H> Ihtiw for thm it the Imw unci th* prophet. Matthew VII VI Tiioioht roa THE WutK The mental yymnmtttt mdnlyeil in hy moot people rauiil mainly in lumpmu at conclusions. Using...

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

~ wk 9 # "H - !- BBS T Y Jasmine Rudd and Joseph Burks Wed In Denton Sunday Two former students of the College, •Joseph L. Burki and Miss Jasmine Rudd, were married early Sunday eve- ning, July 17, in a Ting ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rudd. Mrs. Burks was given away by her father in front of an improvised altar covered with ferns and surrounded by palms. W. R. Vivratt, Jr., of the First Christian Church of Denton said the service. Preceding the entrance of the bridal party Miss Ruth Hopkins, of Lone Oak, sang, "I Love You Truly" with piano accompaniment by Clark Blackburn. The bridegroom entered the room with his best man, Ray Perryman, a former student of the College. The bride entered on the arm of her father preceded by her maid of honor, Miss Lucy Annise Perryman, also a former student of the College. Immediately following the ceremony the wedding guests were given an informal reception. The wedding cake was cut by the bride, first, and then ...

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

Local Swimmern To Content Fort Worth Aggregation Sunday Wi MP* a. ix to Mts of jfiir tto . to at I f«*rt pnpiti um Riv*r*td* tn M *t the i< . i t.v pool, lit meet told <ol U«t week Um local* or•**! Ml «•*,? victory, but Ik* Cw - <*n Mnkmen have sine* at4 4 few if.titwn and will W out to atop Urn nrunir streak tto College toys. Awwlm to seroup, kmi eoaeh I rrangiiMlil> ha*t a* yet been mad -itroup also said thit if fKiMtoi* Ten I pie, Mineral Welle, nd psrhapa Tn i «a. Okiah-.ma wouM j «ch*dule sometime ktfon m**t to to held • Sto« Antonia m Labor l *y fit* Tulw Um* r*pre- nMi oim of th< strongest Ifcrift (Mm* to Um Motttfe, having to«t ynr FOLLOW UP (iHKKN JACKK'I PICNIC RAINED (H 'l TUESDAY tlti* U Um tout meet an Um schedule for tto Hon**, but to all likelihood at !«««t four tttof will fan added with two or three to to told in Um College peel. An attempt is •till being mark to brine tto ttronx Texas University «"TM SWEDE Pick A ptoate, i|F UM' < reen JiKk.u for T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1932

1 m | I The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY 1 I k* Circus I* Here A good plac« to watch ia the show e«w in the second-floor corridor of the Manual Am Building, Tlito week'a ittneta ia • wlititfw cir- cus with lion*, clowns, merry-go rounds, trapeae artists, bareback riders {no, Reginald', the riders are not barebacked), and all the trim- mings. The exhibit wax prepared by the 102 art clna* out of pasteboard with the help of a few materials such as scissors, crayons, and so forth. They even have a ticket seller, but all she does is sit there and look at you with a cardboard grin, so it's safe to walk in and take a good look, free gratis for nothing. John Spring# A New One John Davis, the local inventor who fixed up the automatic kfesketball scoreboard over at the Harriss Gym, has come through with another gag. He has a flat metal doo-dad with a number "1" painted on it. While you're looking at it, he pulls a little auring and the thing flaps over so that the "1" changes to a "2" and ao on up t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1932

—— — rtn Pa Dm M Second CteM Mail Mat fit* at llertteri, Te*as, tar §, ivi# 14 TEXAS INTERCOM.EfilATE FRERS ASSOCIATION ,, Andrew Mwenson to Kditor ?L I-amar fly Feature Editor, Edrs Robinson & ««§§ Edit™ Dorothy Hood f 'oi.i -Dorothy Hood. Guy McNiel, Hill S Kiwm, John Mules, Johnny King. Hert Moor* ItWMH 1 r Fercy MeDoM*. Lola Belle Curbo, Edith Foote, B b TMl, Ralph Adkm«, Jim X^hbiirn, Suiwart Jerni a , Mary Matt. V|. L. Hradford, Aim* Williamson. William Arnold, Erode Varbroufh Hu in««* Managilr - J«* Box 23#. Tearher* Collage Htation Skiles pelween tine covers and Counter Feit By BILL MAWES itkoul ^ ty -McNktI and Howas Ticklish Scratches By tli* < **pu* Cat Wl From the American Mercury Literary note from San Quentin — the current imm of the Han Quentin Huilrtm, a prison publication. contain* a dk-tionary of underworld term* Without it, tfea alitor esplain*. th«* average coaviet vaaaot understand th* #aa«st*r jargon <>( th* Action writer*. All of which komi to sh/...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1932

I s 0 c I E T Y Former Students In I"Valence," Talk, Texas U. Organize Given At Meeting- T. C. Club At Austin Of Chemical Club Sons and daughter of the old Alma Mater, the Denton Teacher* Collage, have banded tlwmlwi to- gether for the summer into an Ex- Students Club at the University of Texas, according to word received recently from Brunie Harbour, presi- dent of the organization. Emmett Yant, former president of the group, called the first meeting, and new of- ficers were elected, as follows: Bru- nie Harbour, president; Addie Afae Curbo, secretary-treasurer, and Alene Darkness, reporter. The first social enjoyed by the group was in the form of a water- melon feast at Barton Springs. This affair was arranged by a social com- mittee consisting of Cap Gilbreth, chairman, Mrs. Gilbreth. Marjorie Blackburn, and A. H. Brauale. The committee appointed to serve for the rar.mnder of the summer is: O. C. Thomas, chairman, Ada Moss, Mar- jorie Blackburn, and Robert Thomas. Several other s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1932

Graduates- Chatter Box- I. (Ceiiiiiiutd fmni imfi1 riKl KI' FROM PACE I) FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE i K'.ute Kuitf! Kin* : Ohm k** 223. ursith, >MV I*. E J Km Ut it Vnf Art III P •h t Point, iro. Hm iramot, 9mtm * Doug ia Ma* 12 tifft Mart* h, 150,-: risMiu Sulvtnn mm L' WouW pay *o«l mmm If their Wives '< Were rifvwr funny. jfcpniipi Would to more placid If their wivtni W«n n w arid t Hm NH i dith Rata Hay few Grijf Knifl •rah William Cafenor, Ba|Mk Mid Hill. Hywlak. , Villa Holm#'*, Hug tfWe. t 'oiorado, Ffancw Jar [Itih, Forraston; tnaa J. U- Kniflifch. Sherman. Km**! Malory. Wylia; Dor rw Chri ('ily J nlrAltbf li h, Dull#*; Frawes Mam Millifcan,. . . Q., f lemon; (Jwrtrude MacNelly MemberH AllffUHt Httl M«m«on. English, Weatherford; Aljrn Stolid Might iffow ecstatk If their wivas Wm ton* 'iramatii Sitam* ia A point to Wtn on Too much talk Betrays the moron. M Creary. lAtin. Wyaa Mut U inleflH Will wg MeKaud. n Have Dance for All | tinder the e*perl direction of <«#! i Mr. Hro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1932

The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY THECA r Poor VOLUMIi XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN I ON, TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 6. 19V. NUMBER 39 Away up North there exists a be nighvcd tribe of people who live i perpetual winter and count themselves fortunate when they catch an occas- ional glimpse of the sun. Ic.- covert, the ground all year long, and cold, biting winds blow all the time. The poor people even have to live m ice houses, and they don't have any nice gas stoves to cuddle up to nights Brr-r-r! I'm freezing to death. Jame* bring on that coon-skin overcoat! Science Must Go i| t « • • Those two perspiring young gentle- men whom some of you saw thrashing about wildly in the fish pond last Wednesday with a butterfly net were not, as you may have decided at first, crazy. They were budding biologists seining for bullfrogs. How they could have the utter brutality to seek to capture and cruelly slaughter the musical creatures, even in the noble cause of science, is beyond our con- ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1932

rm between ike and without covers - - Cheerful Thoughts By BERT MOORE Put t« of tii« North Tesas 1kg*, i >*ntoa. T«ai| Ly -McNial and H Can-put ( hat Entered as Second Class Mail Mat tar it th« Prntnttk* at (Mm, T««m, ' i December 8, l*ft: MEMMEK TEXAS INTKKCOIXEOIATE PREHS ASSOCIATION Editor j, ,V - Andrew B weneon AaeociHe Editor lamer fly feature Editor Edrs Jtoimi*on guilty Kditor Dorothy Hood Cottmnists Dorothy Hood, Guy McNiel, Bill 8 Hiwm, John Htrite*, Johnny Km*. Bert Moor* Km* wruu> -Percy k Donald. (x>la Belle Curho, Edith foot*, Hoi> Teel, Kalph Adkins, Jim A*hborn, Stewart Jerrugan, Mary Hail, (4. I. Bradford, Alma Williamson, William Arnold, Freda Yarbrough Business Ma a*tr Joe .skilee Ho* 2.TJ, Teacher* College .Station Mcairrrar. Vnuue r'm thk Wk#k : — #W (toil da tui'rti ihr wo rid, Unit he i/a«r hm only btgotUm Son, that wktM v*r bethvrth > llim should not l>rrt*h. but hw ri*r dealing life. ~ St, John. HI 1« Tiwwwr roa T««! W*ea; — The limity ihr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1932

r 0 C I E T Y i mm - Industrial Ed. Club Stollenwrek Will To Install Pledges | Head Coaches' Club Wednesday Evening- Recently Organized New pledges to the Industrial Kd. ucation Club will be initiated in the ceremonies that will follow the club banquet next week. The banquet will be at the American Cafe Wednes- day evening, August 10. at 7:16 o'clock. All active and associate member* of the club are urged to attend the banquet and welrome the new mem- bers. They are asked to see Dell An- twiler it the Teachers College Store and pay fifty cents for their plate reservation. The banquet will lie gratis to the pledges. Seniors Have Swim At Outing: on Lake A watermelon feast and swim fea- tured the outing of the senior class at Camp Fisher Thursday evening. The group of about seventy-Ave class members and the class sponors, Dr. and Mrs. Jimmie^McBride, who chap- eroned the affair, left from the east side of the Library building at 7:30, and went in private cars to the lake. There swimmin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 August 1932

ROAD SERVICE "ft C. L. C.'a TO PERFECT PLANS FOR SENIOR TEA ■re will W a of the «t Liter atire Club on Monday i«. A ogust t, at t)H> College Hnuw at 7 o'clock. It to aeee«- hat im' bet fa prevent at for Senior Tea are to be «ed, according to the club nc- FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE - I T«a« A. A. U. rr:. ;h* tim* the *t< fc> was maHp in thU • '•haiK*# wrr bright riekaon to rap at '(*( ———— Tip>«n J ifa At r< a Mtat^mcn^ rvhimn 'hat tbf for H>mi DW- i#t oa<* Olympic •rmar. Shf Ji« Skilci «m in Bryawi T—day. Jack ttarquu waa in Denton Tvaa* PHONE 2 S. I. SELF LOST Motor Comnanv A b,a<k *ilk um|>reii with IT1UIUI V^UIIlpallJ while initial# "E. 8." m _ ~mL. I ai tit | ^ _ art in a dear handle. Finder pl«a*e rail .112-W for reward. Building Days Are Here Again 7 Now is thf tirru- to plan that new home or new addit i to your old home. N< er before have labor and material* been o low aa they are today Make uae of the wonderful low prices and have your home remodeled....

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