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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1936

THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 80. 1016 CHATTERBOX KIND KM OUT •f' THE F ARM EST \NI> I.ATK8T SNOW NKWH The tirst «now of tlu- year has tiime and gone, leaving the ground softer and the Indents friendlier. 'Nfunny how a lot of ditrnity can l.i' wiped out with a snowball, leaving either anger or a laugh behind it. Hut it seems thai very few Teachers College students are cranky enough to nurse a grudge over a good roll in the snow or an expertly-directed Miowhall; anil the less reserved attitude of the Indents after the recent storm ••>. fur to prove that the weather man should be more generous with his annual allotment of the white, flakev stuff. Hut there is one person who just couldn't take it. Satis lloldet not "mad" because, after enjoying a snowlight for several minutes, Ig -lie wa> made tin- target ol a per- fectly thrown niissle which landed in the vicinity of a highly digrii tied ear. 'Stoobad! . . . Johnny Stovall took that whopper on the chin wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 January 1936

PAGE rout THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTOK, TKXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, 1980 Sidelights— On iooks%nd P opU Ralph Dean "Have you tried reading your favorite daily newspaper i i the Baylor Library recently? If you haven't, do so at your first opportunity. Hut a little warning before you at- tempt this idea. Be prepared to learn a surprising fact about how little regard some jwople have for other people and their interest'- when you do try this idea. "First of all you will probably find only one copy of the paper you want to read avsliable. Somebody will un- doubtedly be reading it just as you try to find it. He will tell you, on your request for the paper as soon as he has finished it. that several other requests'are ahead of yours. If you have the patience to wait until the paper circulates through the waiting list, you are in for a shock. The sec- tion or page you wanted to read especially may be missing. Then you will find a number of articles cHpj>ed from the pajx-r. Some other pages a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1936

92 iM-fl Jh i I |Cd u in II. I I'cv Vn rue I in |Sh<> ]l to m ■1 |iter gf ims. }lll(l 1 at rir! I"' leli It h. IiikI lu ii I |2it, } 11. t Jit h Irv I IU |i a H Mi- ll I ir • a • ■ * i 4 . A no** Enters Noted Dancer Here Tuesday Campus Cljat volume xx north texas state teachers college, denton. texas. thursday. february 6. 1936 mmmim T. C. Debaters Win Honors A t Pi Kappa Delta Mi WJItS From The DAY'S NIWS KKMINISt KN< E ON THK TAIL OK A (OMI I YKTKKAN MXKKS PI.AV IO H XV XT THK MOON DENTON RELICT ANTIA POLLS SI N HAY MOXIKS l.os l I XXX OP T8X xs ST XTl I KS IN llll'l I K u Unofficial i* our point of view, let it be understood, so that we go into our periodical spasm of rem iniscence without the dragging weight which would naturally re suit from the necessity of splitting hairs. For instance, we were just think ing what a pity it is that the good • •Id NKA didn't last, and last, and keep on lasting. It was a good thing. we lielieve, and deserved to last. Its purpose was to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY «, 1M6 If. EAGLES DROP SECOND; C0NFE1ENCE TILT TO STRONG LUMBERJACKS LOCALS SHOVED TO THIRD FLACK AS NINE POINT LEAD IS OVERTAKEN High Print Man Starting off with m brilliant scoring spree which put them nine point* in the load, and finishing up with a dismal and inefficient defensive stand, the North Texas Kagles were overtaken and de- feated in th«- last half of their conference came here with the strong Stephen F. Austin I.urn berjacks Kridav night The gam< placed the Katies in a deadlock with San Marcos State Teachers College for third place in the Lone Star L put another leather in the cap the highly touted Jacks, who re VARSITY PAGERS WILL TRAVEL FOR NEXT FEW MEETS Seeking to elevate themselves from their present position in a tie with San Marco* for third Loop'* percentage column, and P'UCl 1,1 'he Lone Stai i onference, mothei feather in the cap of !'owch Shands' varsity cager> will journey southward this week mained in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY «. IMC tn , Its CHATTERBOX FIND 'KM OUT ion dis- I the 0 In 6:80 kin r Jarie Iner. will and Gal ieu, Mae "gs, lith y h lle|. rmy l'f*H . vs. Ian 'VI i "er "Dad" Blair probably will never ijuitc know tin- confusion he I'll Used Tuesday mornintr when lie slammed the east stage door during the presentation of Dr. Nampley's "Marriage of Francis Ardeii." One of the players nearly lost his wiif. Prosperity note: Winnie Mae Pace has by request decided to move. The $7.50 per month she wan payiiiK her landlady was not i|uite enough. strayed, or swiped, one box com- plete with lock but no key. Was being used in the Prexy to collect dirt for Para Quip*. Probably taken by parties with guilty con- science afraid their names would get mixed with contents. Fraternal Council Will SeMgeTate Sponior AM-Colbg* tj Climax Waak'f Rushing Calendar Fashion note: The fashions de liartment has nothing to report, a only galoshos and topcoat have been visible f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1936

PAOK POVB THK C AMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXAK THURSDAY. KKHKl' AKY «. 1MM # !! | I; I ■ S I lit" ► GlAm Knkfr «iv^Viv^ncsMa On Books and People The Campus Chat Publwhed once cwh week during the allege year by the atudaaU of the North Texaa Slate Teacher* College. Entered aa second clan* mail matter at the Poat Office at Denton, Texaa, 1 December •, lt'MS, under the act of Congreaa of March 8, 187H. Reviewing children's books is really just a lot of fun. The interesting miiH colorful illustrations help more than anything else to make the reviewing an enjoyable tank, although the subject matter itself is delightful in most cases. Teachers College Library has just received a num- lair of children's books, If you're still interested in fairy tales with a bit of realism, you'll find "The Lion-Hearted Kitten," by Peggy Bacon, one of the most refreshing collections of stories you have happened across in a long time There are ten other stones in addition to the title story. They are all imagina...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1936

wa Was |< f h«*r The h'ssion Jiss at jrming Koi K lolls 'filillK I U, an' I fonder Jgrap- It. th, My in mm 111 |rr ' 'ii mbt'i- J tUKh- # *l>ur\ I )m "? 1 J > k i 11 y j In his | lwlu< PK to into porn her lalili |>ti-\ for <li I" loll Pttftj his for- h>'i. : it Wi- lli ■ to la-f fill! ■ • ' f ' '** I s lit' \ Ihi t in ■ in li t. r\ jho ill ' *■ Two Basketball dame* Thin Week End (EIjp Campus Chat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1996 HHS9B * I FAVORITES ARE SELECTED FOR 1936' $30,000 Allotted For Construction Of Orchestra Ha NOTES From The I AY'S !\l WS 1 N FINISH I'll) HI SINKS# BEFORE THK HOI SE I HK IM \t.lN ATION OF IHMIIMVN I'ITTMAN SEN VI'OR IUIRAH. FOL- LOW KR HI SENATOR IIHK Ml THIRD BUILDING FOR CAMPUS IN TWELVE MONTHS PLANS PREPARED Woman Is Electrician College Players Will Be Getting Temperamental As P)ress Rehearsals Held kxi'e(t structure to he completed by end of semester Be CONFERENCE fcA.NDHKWT.U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1936

rari THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1 , 1986 mmm mm VAHTYCAGEISWM ONE. LOSE ANOTHER OF CONFERENCE BATTLES LUMBERJACKS SMASH EAGLES BADLY SAM HOUSTON LOSES BY SMALL MARGIN r Sport Scripture As PrMch«d By Evans Rambling (>r from the home corral, l oach Pete Shands' var mty cagers last week-end split h pair of important conference frames, trouncing the Sam Houston Bear cat* on Friday night to the tune of :<2 to 28 and taking a terrible 10 t o 22 lick in* from the l^anky Axemen of Nacogdoches on the following evening The results place the North Texans in third place on the Lone Star Confer- ence'* percentage chart. In the first I tall if on southeast em Texas soil, the Kagles agaui proved their superiority over the gamely-fighting proteges of Coach Jim JoneH. Bearcat mentor, tak mg them to h 32-2* cleaning For the second time this season the Cats clearly demonstrated that they were only a few point.* weak- er than their Denton adversaries. The Eagles took the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. PKBBUASY 1*. 1 M |U| l« \[ : r I * « * I. > I • CHATTERBOX FIND EM OUT Wafted in on a south breeze, uv find a strange semblance of pi nig following in Um wake of nearly a month of weather that diil unpleasant things to our earn and toe*. And with the coining of this haliny weather, we find that in the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of what the girls have been think- ing iilxiut all winter. sage to wear to the Mary Arden l<ea|> Year dance . . . Veteto was excited as a girl with her ft rut corsage ... he couldn't even say "thank you" when she called, si multaneously with the arrival of the corsage ... a liig, red car- nation. Which reminds us of Hill Cody's definition, "The art of love is to lie prompt without being stub torn " When the Baptists planned their leap year affair, one gen- tleman announced that he would not go unless his date came for liiin 111 a taxi He didn't get the date. Hack in our midst is Jose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1W8A ■WW—MBW- JJ. .. - ■—HW Skylights— On Books and Pooplo The Campus Chat Recenth' I heard over the radio a discussion of the situ- ation of tenant farmers in the South and amonir the hooks to which the «m*aker referred was "The Collans? of Cotton Tenancy." hv Johnson, Embree. and Alexander, and pub- lished at Thajtel Hill. The University of North Carolina Press. This hook gives interesting discussions of cotton tenancv, the precarious credit system, the future of King Cotton, the cotton tenant under the depression and recovery pro- grams; and in the latter part of the hook, the authors dis- cuss "a way out" and show why it is both necessary and feasible. Their "way out" is the reorganization of farming in the old cotton states. In the words of Secretary Wallace. "—it will be virtually impossible for America to develop a rural civilization which affords security, opportunity, and a fully abundant life for our rural |K ople unle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1936

Playera To Give "Hay Fever" Tomorrow Night t <Ehc Campus Chat ViiU MK XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FERRUARY 80. 1986 - "Hay Fever" To Be Presented Here Tomorrow Night wits From The I WS \IHS s \i KII K i TO \ I'HMt.UI SSIVK Ft Tl KK Mll\n NOT KVKIO I III Mi SK/. YOl ! i VKNKtill. VNAIASIS ,|\I.S TdWNSFNIi I III "HIKD" Liberal Regulations Are Made For Marquis Hall \lai'<|ui> Hall will be one of tht* most liberal and home- like halls of any college in the slate, ari'onlin^r to Mrs. Walter Acker, social director of the new hall. Mrs. Acker, who has made this her life's work and has devoted herself to it for the past twenty years in all parts of the state, including the "niversity «f Texas, Canyon, and Social Director rhere is one philosophy advo- i iiinl b\ a mat1 who it* dointr all in hi- puui'i to practice hi preach iujf> that we would call to youi attention The philonophy is "Live and live dangerously"; (he man M ussolini. Recent traged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. Ut.Hfl ; I V! I I ' I l if I:. i. I, Eiflti SlwreJ Near CdUr Br Lmi"®®™ Of Unimpressive Game Ts San Marco* victory fmdav SportScripturo As Pr*«ch«d By 6ow«n Evan* SIX GAMES LEFT DENTON IS HATED IN i>erimh;k in its BATTLES A determined quintet of San Marcos Saturda.v iiikHi invaded Denton, met the North Texas Eagle* on the hardwood of Harriss Gymnasium, and went hack to South Texas with an un- impressive 20 to 1 ♦ victor)' to their credit. In a game which, from the spectator's point of view, w«> posit ively dragging, thi- Cats en- livened thmgs slightly t>y staging in tin lHHt quarter a rally which overtook the Eagle lead and at the last minute iced the game for the viaitors. Incidentally, the San Marco* boyn apprupriatwi third place in the conference's percent aire column, toppling tin Eagle from thi- (Hiaition and relegating them to an ignominious lierth near t ht cellar. Eagles Lead at Half Jon#*, lengthy Eagle (enter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. PBMUAEY 10. IMC I • • « • a ■ V ► . I > i CHAnERBCX By SHORTY 'nWSAm S4 Freshnen Receive Bids To Joii AT TEXAS SOON CLC Gammadkms At Next hitutiea Qanct ^ Saint Valentine's day bus coiiu' 11 n<I gone und several of um dis- covered junI how much sonieliody eared and , , . wv found that quite a few of us had been enjoying "Pipe-dreams." suitable 1 heless fiddle. to the purpose, but never- we find Charlie with a • . • Wanted: a beautiful co-ed to help puss the Ionic hours away. Am tall, dark, und handsome, dance. and sing like I .an II y Hons Joe I'at O'Keefe and we thought that anyone who could rate this ci luinn more than once a emesler wouldn't In* lonely or . All hail the flighty conjureress! Frances I'rine has produced another hug of trick- and has seem- ingly attracted .1. A Italy. lie even lielieves her when she says that she has to rehearse until eleven. Tsch 1 ! ! Tsch ! ! ! A certain T prof, recently Mateil that lie on ill enjoy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1936

C^Ul' Lfg Diofiignti— On Books and People THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TF.XAK, THI'RNDAY. FKHRt'ARY JO. 1WM The Campus Chat Published oner each week during the college year by the student* of the North Texan Stale Teacher* College. Kntered class mail matter at the Pout Office at Denton. Texas, Dtcrnibtr t, lHltl, under the act of Congress of March S, 187t li Mcond City of Make Believe By Jk "Plan or No PhM," by Barbara Woolen, Farrar and Rine- hart. Inc. 19Sfi Another discussion of economic orders is brought to light for the rea<iers of "Plan or No Plan." Barbara Woolen, in her introductory remarks, defines the nature of an un- planned economy. In the second chapter, she writes un- derstand ingly of the nature of Russian planned economy, the comparison between the achievements, and the possi- bilities of planned and unplanned economy. Her pertinent question "What N-.xt?" is seriously con- sidered in the chapter « f that title Her concluding re- marks give her views on successful econ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1936

- Jottef Hofmann Will Play Here Saturday Night (Campus Chat MM m, VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TKXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1936 9M IS NOIES From The DAY'S Nins VtEVI'll Kit VARIES FROM I IIIS TO TH AT < ONGKKSS ADOPTS PK.NN \ WISH VITITl l)K IS THK PRESIDENT ( DNSI ITI TIONAL? DRINKS OS THK HOI SK Hofmann Played Repeat"hay™"b openhouseb appreciated by held at new Speakers And Sediml large audience residence hall Announced For Will Be Here Saturday ACTING PRAISED ROOMS READY The weather in inconsistent e>ver lieing darned these- United Stales this ye'ar, it would seem, tin ii|iiiiiii|! being formed from a glance at the story on Tucseiay's front page, which alternated us attention between flooti waters in five states and serious threats of a repetition of last year's awe- some "black blizzards," treinend mis dust steirms that blotted out the sun and brought death to thous ands of live stock in the West. There is actually so little man can do about such...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON. TKXA8. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 87, 198fl EafUt EdfeJ 0«t By Lions In Hard Fought AT EAOE FIELD Battle Monday Might r MUCH MATERIAL SportScripture At P*Mch d By Evans Track Tew T# Leave Far Lareie Ta Eater 193S Berber Olympics In h brilliant rlmplay of sharp- (•hooting from all antrles and di - tancea, Coach Prt Shand*' Kagle eager* Monday night hanged in troal after g<>a! to lead the Com- mfrct' Lions for an entire game, found themselves tied at the last minute, and then in tin extra five- minute period went down in a narrow and painful defeat, :«> to .11 H arras Gymnasium was packed to the rafters, and the enthusi- astic throntr went wild in the final thrilling moments of what was deeidedh the scrappiest and fast- est tilt to be seen on the local hardwood this year. Every nan on the Kagle team appeared to he feeling his oats, and with a spirit of tiirht and de- termination they took an immedi- ate lead from the supposedly su- perior Lions Hester and Kee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1936

TUB CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEX AH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 19M !• * • A CHATTERBOX By SHORTY Sprint; must be here or else that' Lewis' buy friend left hi* new Kurd straw "nailor" that we uw on the V-M ami radio with her while he head of a local "fashion plat**" watt sojourned in Mexico Ida rushing the season . . . and speak- Weaver has been taking «m« mg of rushes, some of the boy* mysterious telephone messages at were totally unprepared for the 1 o'clock in the morning . . . Kffa rushes they didn't tret at the dance Nell Thomas and Jimmie Cooper Saturday night. took their dates to the dance Sat- urday night, and bought them cig- Marijuis Mall, according to the arets, drink#, and an oyster din- report* from a part of the stu- ner; but the moat surprising event dent body, is not just a place that of the evening for the girls was will provide wholHeoine entertain- the fact that their dates actually ment and recreation, but it will also wore a boutonniere in their lapels., make its contri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1936

f AOK rout THE < AMIHS CHAT. PKNTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1WW Sidelights— On Bookstand P«opl« Hi' perished. obstinately brave: Thev laid thi' Index "n hie urrave I hope you enjoy reading the rest 'Chimnevsmoke" as well as I <ii<i of the poems in Violet Roark • Collegiate Comments • Ralph Dean Perhaps it is a I>it difficult for us who are in college to realize that (he collegiate man-of-the-w orld is not all that he seems to he. Some of t h«■ following remarks were taken from "The fine Log." and it is up to you to ascertain their worth. "The collegiate man-of-the-world is a common sight. He is usually found haunting honky-tonks or coke parlors, where he sits dully for hours, peering up sourly through cigaret smoke at pas ers-by. lie feigns sleep in all his classes, prides himself on his record of cuts, flunks, etc. He has tasted of everything life has to offer and has found it hard- ly worth while. (No doubt his parents are financing this bit of drama.) "Then the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1936

r ■ Conference Coming Up lext Week-Knd <£he Campus (Eljat JME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 5, 1 986 NOTfS From TK« IAVS NtWS II I.K SAM ANI) H I Ml A IT Y ACKKK #N( Ol K \ ;KMKNT ItACHKLOK WOMEN * K l THERE YET K PEACE ILITION TO THK \S I. PROBLEM Move Memorial Council Will Be Elected In Marquis Regents Let More Than 1,000 Art Seat To New Hall Program Of Student Governing 5 Contracts Attend Conference ^ AVESTA WILL BE WILL DECIDE ON WORK BEGI N ON . Fir LifcrM7 ^ Xeach«r Next Wl tJlu'li' Shhi, often pictured as a ' g*g' whiskered gentleman in M0iped trousers anil stove pipe hat eH|li a take or hot' <>r mime other flui-iii implement in hi* hamls. may ha forced l «*forc long to actually ■:u • use o. those weapons right III re in Texas. At the close of Jtar., the government wa the none i|i i) happy owner of 1,150 Texas farms, taken over mainly through ■foreclosure and under the hammer ■Wa owner defaulted on their mort m gage loans from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1936

page two Til K CAMPUS OHAT. DKNToN. TKXAS. TIU'ltSPAY. MARCH 5, lt 8« Denton *s Only Track Meet Of Year To Be Held Friday I r:-J— ^ - - EACTK THHLY 1 7 _ * Lions Eke Out 2 MORE WEEKS OF Bids Advertised | Another Victory SPRING TRAINING For CoHstmctien Sportsman Cind«r Mtn To Run For Donton Fans 'Twoon Froth and Eaglos lienton l tack fan* who de it*e to sit the Kagle* and t h«- Eaglet# in action will have their one an<l only opport unity t«> see t'oaeh ('h< c Soprtsman's cinder artists perform tm the local oval I'riday afternoon at S o'clock, when the Frosh will strive to better their big Ill-others in a full track meet. The meet will he the only one to Ik- held in Denton during the en tire season. A display of talent if expected, and there will lie no lack of spirit. Rivalry between the two squads has Keen running high ever since workouts lie (fan, and no race will be run Friday in which there will not be plenty of spirited opposi- tion. Foi once. th< Kagiets ap peni Ui ...

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