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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 January 1927

TH] to ME XI DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 27, 1927 NUMBER 16 % - t ' FAVORITES NOMINATED; CAMPAIGN UNDER WAY ~~ I ASSOCIATION TEXAS CO!! ISext Door, Doctor TMIRTY-SK ARE IN POPULARITY VOTING CONTEST NOMINATED \T ASSEMBLY Tl ESDAY—THREE HOYS ANI) THREE (.IHI.S TO BE ELECTED DI KING SALES CAMPAIGN OF ,EGES MEETS I.\ M'RIL TO MEET AT FORT WORTH ON APRIL 22 AND 23 -COMPLETE PROGRAM NOT YET ANNOUN- CED ld hi.. AMERICA IN HA!) COMPANY CLAIMS NO'IEI) SPEAKER MUS. PENVYRACKER SAYS THE 1'NIT El) STATES IS UNAWARE OP VITAL INTER-RACIAL PRO RLIMS IN LECTURE MONDAY Hurry Hack, Hill .hi. autl nt of thi William r of this r f the wide olyuro, wi Sunday m< II. (B ■ «g. lotfld nd Ik mtr Amid rounds of applause from the students in assembly Tuesday morn- ing:, January 25, nominations for favorites were made with Tom Rat- lifF in charge of the meeting. Thirty- aix students were nominated, eighteen boy* and eighteen girls, and the three of each sex receiving the highest number of votes will be d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 January 1927

i H v ! I II I- ■ x M Exchangi s ALONG THE ii' \ Y TT- DEPARTMENTAL < Rt \n;s Demonstration ■ ! School <L — I I l —-> H. 0*1 IWMM, th* r * a* Jutmt 9|x rta EdMtf I*, ry Craifl •HUt'F, tutu Mary Williim tfias Noli a Neighbor*, repr a few ed. tli* pi for, would ught nobly, hold little, tUy or in1 many r«*pf<t* a her id and naglected, he ha knew at job ti iucement cither flna e way of th* social ptMtifc that tn seem to honor *o much But whan all la aald and done the acher of the paat waa a blunderer illoo Oft "If iret 'ould It* I > 1 >tlf1 I 0 | I hi si ; art fat tn *dv« s«r* nave Hou 1 Very j i. at tnt. id, >g ft whan a I at a Hi wh< t the God-like trade of teaching.! y„„r *d i eacher* of the preaant are often j underer* at the trade. Perhapa for | ti,* reason The teacher of the pant; id to produce certain paateboard re-, kl hi will ral r* trage i* r At ,f U*t M: for the edification of the board j of truateen. and he often aacriiked I the individuality of hi# s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 January 1927

w % + « Or- MERCE LIONSSi r CFJFORE EAGLES' CL AMPPIRE ws I S ill NFS ITH MYRACLE IN 34 to 21 WIN :■ sro/n "OCRS Hy G< tl HEAD 11 II; K POK WEEK KB rki*<l guard for the visit of the count ers. also played a good unable to fin< J the was in the sai nice long shol is onl. DENTON pos Haye f Myracle g-f Cummings f K. Jones f York f Berry c Brock g-c Selvidge r D. Jones (c) g COMMERCE pog Duncan f Gill f Wright f Williams c Cruce g Gardner (c) g wo i cn heretof . deal of dai DUNCAN OF I.IOXS HIGH was carried POINT M AN—GAME FAST BI T many time# MARRED BY FltEGUENT MIS the shit wa. PLAYS HY BOTH FIVES or ■ pass. Besides b. The Eagle* cleaned up on the Com- merce Lions In great style Monday night at the Harriss Gym 34 to 21 in a fast exhibition to take first place in the T. I. A. A. race with thct fe victories. The game featured by the return of Doc HayeH, who was point king for Denton, and the star playing of Duncan, visiting forward. Denton started out in a determined manner and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 January 1927

r sncn n US CI Hii h e v n GANG li.ASKKT THROWERS GET (101 \G MONDAY IJ man and ul11/ / ricnds of Freshman— H fun n- SPEAKS LIONS .NEXT ON I ) 'V (IRON'S EU1E I'lMK \M i< it' [ME All the following happened to a Micro young girl in a single day. cording to her, and still she lives: 'It wa- a perfect torture to get this morning." "Thin room is so hot, I'm cooked rex ; h night, ai *r of «ai be maim i m a MM rid a ma slyn Ts rieht indu<t ne, L Wnkl in tit i HKAIi ANH MKT FRIDAY ir AT KENDALL MALI. The Reagan Literary society met at Kendall Kail at 7 p. m. Friday | After a few witty oration* and hum- ; orouft reading* the question "Resol- I ved that if you Jove your *weetheart, ( ! your swaotheart love* you" wait de- r* bated. W Robert* and W. Herring II representing the affirmative *ide 'fi lo*t to JT. R. Sloan and N. G Phillip* his n« ir*tiv* Mid#. jo r?«l it mi nig it no1 T afU It Hr < Ri To' mt to u*ify the make them f« Collage. Thri i-y have bee I re they have a | and in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1927

1 1 V OLUME XI iEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1927 MUM HER V m 0 % It MERRIMENT FEATURES FIRST TALONS BANQUET SLIMES ARE FEASTED IN FINE STYLE FIELD WORKER OF CAMP FIRE I GIRLS!.! n'URES GREAT ACTORS TO PLAY HERE FOR TWO DAYS MANTELL - HAMPER COMPANY PRESENTS "MACBETH" AND "AS YOl LIKE IT"; MEATS ARE 30c AND (1.00 GIRLS' DEBATE FRESHMAN UNIT TE\M COMPLETE OF FORUM LEADS CHAPEL PROGRAM! FIRST DEBATE WILL BE HERE WITH T. C. U FEBRUARY 25 II hi.I) HARTMAN ORCHESTRA KEN DER8 POPULAR MUBIC—LIVE- LY SPEECHES AD1) TO PHP AND PUN Two Shakespearian play* will lie ASSOCIATE FIELD SECRETARY | presented here Monday and Tuesday OF NATIONAL ORGANIZATION night, February 7 and 8, at K: 15 SPENDS WEEK ON CAMPUS o'clock by the Mantell-Hamper com- WITH COLLEfiE GIRLS | | any. "Macbeth" will be prosenltd an The first debate for the girls will be held here February 26 with T. C. I*. The girls that make up the team are Elithe Hamilton, Albertine Berry, Oneita Cherry, and Joshephine Moore. Fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1927

THK A \ ( U I NGI .S It A LOS <; THE *y H WA V ill IET Pergonal* er • to 6d Cc time •n nt B4.i< kmn m m er ha We are not anion* the number wh« mumw* the KHtwill opinion that th- wntry m wing to the dogs; we be- •v* this country ha< plenty of mm >r improvement, that it rwwd* to he war*, that it nteds to pa> more at- trition to it* aoul and l* * to it* omM'h But we lsi> think that tat in the year* to tr the uviii .lions of Rom# and Greeee, the -iter ture if England and the science of '.1 i r- QMMkjr rAklkM will ftH ##«*m ft* trivtti m m com panml U> mm* and V4MT> \MUf ,t $* nil) fj# fmn tMk* HM tor u $wm * mmn m J K Cwk m. May lto* J'l jn-M-JllgSiL Ma 'It. i f mmm-; of "the bo* " Willie Cooke, the erltt \m of the t ain pus That, put ut that <#<♦• i- ei paper, which beton«t U* M« fathter Wiltb* was railed horn and a half agn, and w.. d'.n't know exactly when he will be oiM'k We might ,'tst change up the reason for the absence "f fit if us and run the same ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1927

'S EAGLES WIPE UP ON STEPHEN F. AUSTIN JACKS sroni "(K'KS m1* ut'HH W KI.WAS HOLD FIRST PLACE IN f-\GK TOl'RNEY KAtiLKS TAKE IN COMMERCE LI( CQNCERN INti thr 192 w;ak hook AKE !!lli EM) OF 2'! i:> (01 NT IN FIRST TILT AT GAB HOI' LE LEAD IN IE (iAN(i TO N TKAMI'KAI. K—St MKRS HOI SK IS IN -LAM 3'! TO 18 DENTON ENCOUNTERS KOl'Gll GOING IN HAST TEX . S, HI T TAKES ROARERS' M KVSIKK FOR FOl RTH T. I. A. A. WIN T FT! p. IIKM VARIOUS COM- SS IN KIKTH T. I. A. A. Walk in C HAYES WINS HKiH York, f _____ Cummi M continued their ram-j Berry. I. A. A. fives Wednesday ! Boley, j hey took the Nacogdoches* Brock, F Kridn hI b« 1 W he mil no ! Friil ml. If t ne is nc Uul a UyM, ibinatio >f the Lumberjacks into camp 29 to IS at Harriss Gym. The Eagles, with vari- i, played the beat floor >ason, and the viaitom were unabi<* to atop them, though they played a hard, rushing game. Ilay-.'H of Denton was high-point man of the contest with 9 points al- though he played only part of the first...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1927

s< )Cli I ^ REV M't I I Mi SFKAKS I'M Y W C. A. C!.l BS SENIOR f t IAMUAMY I DEMONSTRATION HIMI M HOOl ELE4 Tt OPT* KHH FON TERM • MUlli BIG H ANOI i v'<?ii! i;\ I.IKI. I nknotvn Artist IS NOT BAD I'ROI •SOH l'< M.I: 1/ the College 11 \S \ < I il l* H< K >h - House •II of rk pr It 1 •ak«. K P. <%IM MEE'I ? JANt'ARY 31 Tl >iti "* • r'4'n y aanuarj i wure at CI RRENT LITERATI Rl Primary Club CM H MEETS .tl, at 7 p. m xiinted to plan j current LiHraturt at the home < f Mies Cli first of the meeting wh a rm%> Mill Then a pr-.gr and It# Star*" wa o run a race with a a , knife katlitf won I merriment had <ea iy joined in an kjwhj c and yell*, and then w< •t least, Mi* img Kiiiflih lure a* long Mm. The Clark has been the with a xense of j a>;< she ham been in th« inspiration of hart cart unk n< •rtt C on WOMENS PARTY Al H (I:* TO SI'O HRIHH GYM «r Harris la ry U(", her t«*i the j the Valentine party. The president ami ; aaked each K P girl to pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1927

volume xi NORTH TEXAS STATE >N, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEHKL'AHY 10, II LARGE CROWDS PL/. \'S Seniors Make a] Social. Ict'a. iins * * • * # PEP PARADE UOAY AFTERNOON I BANQUETS AND PARTIES ARE ON PROGRAM Fl v BEGINS SUNDAY AFTI'.K- NOON AT TEA GIVEN BY MISS GIESECKE— TO CULMINATE IN BRILLIANT FROLICS Traditional senior wtek began last Sunday Afternoon with a formal tea given to the class by their sponsor. Miss Minnie Giesecke and gathered momentum through the Sheakesperian plays, sun-rise breakfast, and party given Wednesday evening by by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Voertman at the Country Club. Further activities i> remainder at the week include a pic- nic, banquet at the Meth' list Church, and another party" Saturday evening. Rarely, if ever, has senior week, which has become traditional with graduating classes of the College, been so full of activities. The tea was given at the Mary Arden Lodge from 3:30 t after 5 o'clock. The lodge was beautifully decorated, a Valentine scheme being very a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1927

m** THE < AMI E. XV H IA ! U)\G THE WAY 1 I DEPARTMENTAL CRUMBS By C, C Simmons In *1) prohab, fc7 if- Su m T«-v' tluM row • in>r' I- K** Ak>. Hfttf Hi 1' TH1 THE atlon only * menu, (Mi I applica Tli son* thi avad «ch. sit they h in th<- c« ation for thei re are entire!} who think to until ifeek huri aenae of aenior* t hav rd of C I A ..■—i i..i— , i H Uli'ij^lHi') i i iwnMniiiwuii % KAITOR8 TO MANKIND i«r education muat he aure that trend in comprehensive and uni- *1 rather than Intricate and re rted. That education which i mmi •* man \j> down *«n hii I former friend# as Plebeian and "be- slow him" ia in reality no education, •and no scholar since the world began ___ I ever embraced it 192?; The houaes of ".duration are only at« kouaen containing the fact* and the theorie* that preceding genera | tiona have diacovered and thoughti ■ before ua. Education ia not a thing• chi j apart from iifa; hut a part of life and %ir | the man who ha the chance to avail | WJi i himi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1927

• • % r J. i • / r GlES HANG CREPE I ON WEST TEXAS CATS (IliPLt ABILENE SPORT "OCKS" Hy G09H ■vrio ha\ «• the win 4- 37-18,45-30 -y the locals to' it half put the r visitors, but Icatt Hi IACI.E AND HAYES EXTRE ELY WARM; ACCOUNT FOR POINTS — TEAM WORK l FAS II tflH.Hj Wt champion* Abilene C Texa- Teachers are in ar another T. J. A. A. They toyed with the tian Wildcats Monday night and won 3? to 18; A. C. C. had been figured as the heaviest opposi- tion on Denton's card. A tazy playing team the Eagles ap- pear for the most part, that dribbles uncannily, lob passes to someone who is always open, and that fires it. shots with deliberation and deadly precision. Long and active, they had the decided advantage over the A. C. C. entry throughout the entire contest Monday evening. A. C. C. u>.., in the lead one time. That was when Hill, fouled a second after the tip off, made good his free pitch. North Texas rolled the count to 8-1, while the Christians were help- lessly trying to locate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1927

——-■ VETERAN ACTOR TAKES 1,1 A! (IN 73rd B;' REPORTER A'/.N l)S M 1 \ 1 ELL IS (•R.iCIOS WELL AS < ELI cum jr. - ci.ubs v banquets and 1 parties are PROGRAM D, B fAClLTY MEMBERS TO T/ PART IN KIWASIS MIX I fthnitfj ill U rwre A\ *r. UTI at the C, I. A. an ean Burk. "Dad" n. Prof Odum. a tTY Mi ng i !0t ied "Flesh Gilbert. OOlwd > ilkrin the Hi nil Awl II. In ** fUn.i- By bar ing M>) the hea loud *1 r ay , ;.t tout ful, .<> hi* >itn company had laffl whan 'hey played Hamlet for ty weeks *t. «gb'. frfsfiilarge and Jul, Mailt*)) said. because stern < u tom-' were mad<- h a* the poehet flask. the • |lfJ itl<J Mirt tlx- telephone, But. | ing euurtesy. all d in implt- modern dress | the i,,wjy vjis# •station it had Ittmn mc- j !„VB|y Komlmd. Thf iove of Miir devotion t dent. in th* conv imti# fa nine , A.t. _ Mar> wa ace her el: « «iv#n fe Clark st'- Mfj* <«r i fur r1■ if i! mfW . of trains t- i i-w tud make a nt who and on«- rah* w for Mill Clark. and Mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1927

* * li # ■ I' Jrxk r VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE IIE1:> COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IT. 1927 NUMBER If — NATIONAL DEANS OF WOMEN HERE FEBRUARY 26 DR JOSEPH HART TO LECTURE HERE TO APPEAR AT ASSEMBLY ON TIKSIUY—OTHER NUMBERS BEING PLANNED C. i. A. AND r. C. DEANS OF WOMEN HOSTESSES TO THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION — C OME FROM N. E. A. MEET Dr. Joseph K. Hart of New York City will deliver a lecture on "What's in the Mind of Youth Today" at the The dean.' of women of the Coll*.; Wlar ■* " «* neat Tuwday, ac- of Ind jstrial Arts and of this College! *® Pro,~ or *; *• fWr. ■dir- willhe joint hostess to the, tate and * convocation for the winter and national dean* of women on Sal- **• °**r I**1*1 on the urday, February 26. The deans will Warn are being planned. Blair arrive in Denton Saturday morning ."■"J- about tO o'clock from Dallas. where Dr". "art ha, beet, 'or *,x year, the National Education Association ***** of ,Uu hu,'vt'-v' Ne* York, in charge of the educational m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1927

I I i \M M S ( HU WHY NOT AS KX-STl'DENTS ASSOCIATION ? ilis h . Wi'illllliMI'lf "i ' TH I r«a « MNl On receiving a degree from th* ««l-| leg«. doe* a per*,r become a part uti the pa«< with no ailiar.< < Aith th« l «ht ol Mvt tk* memory of bavin* I been Ut mrhoul hew# > DufifiK tht >AMt i|utrttr of i <*entury I mora than forty thousand person* [ have enrolled in thin institution. nd | nun than a thousand e«rtifK atm 1 an issued annual!) ' flua vast array of ** studentt ia a 'ti «wi(i«u force in the educational* cirri*** «f Tenas. and, If organised, it would It* able Ut establish tlw prat tig* of '.his institution to a great DEPARTMENTAL CUV MBS Br C. C. Simmon* \LO W WAY ah i H F I. * II On tat 4 «i agri •ntt lent awe '.rar,. Ii '' fr «, J til ia wr U t" sky r* rrgmtt by: ■ ttgfct" fwt«'Ao of fen. Mus tta s**m* <har« h, h get #H§i Farrlti *ay* that «o are takw* work wf .< kftfia m q wy (BUti'/},* IfflOW Tmm Ktf y |Rp||li)|l 1 ?. * HNM04I m We art interfiled I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1927

7 • • ♦ • *i i - i $4 u VGLFS TRAKPLE SAN r iRCOS IN BOTH GAMES BETTER T. L A. A. STANDING WITH 32-26, X-l! HAYES. JONIR. BROCK AND MYRACLE SHINE FOR EAGLES —DIXON AND BAILEY BOBCATS raeie was taken out In the second ( , when ho wu knocked into the end I chair* imI Ma hood ml. ; Qm t iri Dailey of the Cat* pmb ; , ab'.y played the steadiest game* foi !£* ' the invaders. His guarding aided ma- terially in keying the Eagles wore itoWife. and occasionally he dropped a! tony shot through. The two wins rati the Eagle total up t« 10 and puts them far out in I j front of the contender* for the asso- ciation flag. The composite score for the game? SPORT jw Hy GOSH 4. This here vi is follows: Denton - Hayes, f York, f Brock, c-f Cummings, f Watkins, I Slyracle, g-c Berry, g-e Boley, g The Ea«le* adv#-neod two more games toward the T. I. A A. cham- pionship Friday and Saturday nights when they defeated the San Marcos Bobcat in two swift contests 32 to 26 am 26 to 15 «t the Harris Gym. Doc Hay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1927

7 S« H m ( 1 .1 BS kindkr< GIVES V •SHBSSiSfiKBss FICRIIS MEETING UC SPEEDING VENUS" INTRA-MIRAL SATURDAY SHOW BASKETBALL MEET NEW ACTIVITY AT (ilRLS' GYM Ml mncial Statement the Department of Athlatks Statement of Income ld Of th Un Wfl for *i game# ■core. tie pr (Hlf.g the gmr 1 iifrs>.«• > Paul §ml«, M 'an a Mi* UWtK r by WSm Mm:- AM--". *: Uvt is MilHw'" !«*■ M Hmn." •<« H'j* 'Widh-r am "Ashe* of Row*" fl> wxi pi two violin *olos Beside the gram, the *ifW#hm*ot *gK<«t+* the valentine ' "Jolly Is the Mtti* « ■- 1 ••• ' it gima Reel" were w«- owe after which the < tub ■ ' goodnkgh swing The fuasto W*w r- Ste'K door by the elub !«.• >• Mr* >Ur'. ) and Mla-es G- I- Ward Anhbtien • Bt- — - • 1 Nora Woodenl. YCMJNii WOMEN 4 I-'Mi I 1 HOI !. REGULAR MEI TIN«. •r tlw efcuretwa, will b* held ott March •'>. at ®":St4) P., M . at tin Club Hernia. th$ pau^d#*, mi| riahiaiMil , ami wtfkar* wWI h « kawr gw t* thu i >, tp* ■<■ of this meeting la U* s<.-4 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1927

VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1«27 NUMBER 20 / 1NG FOR SPRING TEUM STARTS nesday, March 2, Declared ? htltday for ■ —• pit «f fkl tdme v lifter played his second squad, .i«y* allowed 7 points and scored mailt the final mtm 21 to 7. In I hi* iinals Saturday afternoon, «e Eels only mm by superior fight. The flying Lions were leading at. the hull II to 0. but could not stand the Pace the Denton boy* set in tho last only, aegrinic «n« ^.oi in COLLEGE P ARTIES SATURDAY NIGHT STUDENT BODY TO BE FETED IN GALA WAY BIG SISTER — LITTLE SISTER PARTY AT II \RRIB£ GYM WILL CARRY OI T MOTHER GOOSE EFFECT—SOPHS ENTERTAIN The on! u->r. Texas Sta.e reach.-! entertained S'-'imt u- body of North < allege will be night whets four big partita to student on th< under th Gentry, Mi** I«ia secretary, ter party Gym will llut Mae The t> Sft- cr. <t n stone ever" campv - will lit' privets s'ti is i,; •••• . iuidrt • a.;.', and ' ■ : r ; 'ant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1927

rtn THE CAMPUS c HAT Mi tt It It mm*< (rf.rt when have ja*t from oar | 11 (MHt win Rome MM I • I ■ It of Suj T -* i\*n PaM-sff Naflk T«f Ml llIM | | 9*. itti Gwirge Washi.'>gt-<r. of *11 t In Awtrxs co-jid have jm I c.iifrented I riot* And even if a «crupulou ' terity sh- ild ntofaiw in Uk a: Coyote tain tack of th* finer gracaa, it mast! fclW® ha«i >|aiu- a lit of smc«>**# be forgotten that Washington waJ lh* ''••ketbal! r"urt *fi" uvtd with that "five o'clock in the im,r student# have showr. themaelve ■ with out which this ' to «M m ) sport* The T I. A. A 1/ TH AY rnu>g (aurafr ' ft* tf cuuld not haw had Ma begin- ' ** i i Hm" 1.1 ritly. har ..f <?ur i* nearly within our grasp, but have a rough hill Co eftiHh lif< r# __ . . . !the banner ia «ira Whether win or W ""'j1"1. "** lh* |lose. our «iMi and U.rn will .how country And jthemselv.« v. he «.**! sport ri« Sir TfcX 'I i V i'RE$s i IAY. FEBRUARY 24, 102^ TO CARRY OS There will ba no change in the Chat poli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1927

• ♦ .7 EAGLES Tl mNG CURTAIN Wft!' ABILENE CHRISTIANS I MONDAY D.HlCAGEK AND TUESDAY WILL GO TO I. A. STATE MEET si •our "OCKS • y t.OFH m YE HAD TO HOLLER "DOWN* WHEN WOODSON PLAYED AT VANDERBILT "NTON EELS COP DISTRICT ■■mm TO BE LAST GAMES FOR THREE WWBAT EAGLES — ENTIRE flflAD IS READY AFTER LONG REST HERE GAINESVILLE LEOP- A li Its IN EAST ■(•DISTRICT TILT THI'RSOAY NIGHT 33 TO 16 AT HARRISS GYM The final SStglea T. I. A. A. game* The Denton Hitfh Schiiol Eel« won of the season are to be staged Monday r'Kht *® •« 'he state basketball and Tuesday night? at the Harris* i«M rney Thursday night when they Gyro with the Abilene Christian Col- defeated the Gaine ville Hitch Leop- lege Wildcat {. Coach Reid rates the "'d* ■' «hr Harriss G.vm 33 to 16 in Cats as one of the strongest aggre- 'he bi-di*tr ct elimination tilt. The gationa in the conference and is ex- Kam* * * f«*< hut very rough, and pecting a hard game. The two games baton's win reaulted from superior will have a very m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1927

biological cu b of north tex \s meets syn'rday FACCLTY MEM MM OF THK COLLEGE BIOLOGY DEI'ART- Ml VI PRESENT AT FOt'BTIl WM'AI. MMTTNG N ATION AL DEANS OF WOMEN MEET UKHE SATIRDAY COLLF(,F. TO ME HOfT AT TEA GIVEN IN MAHV AM DEN LOIK.E —DEAN'S IN TEXAS TO ATTEND H. E. A MEEf s( x;ikt\ T >1 meeting of the cal Club ws* held University in i t. .Saturday. Febru- F. Harris, V. Y. The tub and national dean* of W.N M ISTERS CHKMIC tl. •D IKTV HA PART* On th# eve of St, Valentin*- da> tit* W. N. Maiteri Chemical Hoi i-' inat with Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Lwl*. 227 Bryan Ave., tm a ocial. Decora tints and entertainment* were wmiiwl era of the fact that if wu th* day jif Hearts, MABV ARDENS HOED ■MV« «. MOND \ > Mi at U Ar 111 1>W K ► el K. H Alii !< KKS TO r v:TfTnr^T^ I'* *J'I KjUu i lu I h'Tim or TM# INTtOMlCm * J V TUHKlAY MORNING I . MARQUIS li (,D nil tTY ' 1,1 pierced by Cuptd'* Arrow*. On entering each pernon wait preseni- lis l*Ka'< from k)kk>I faculty. til with five ti...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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