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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1932

, The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY Thi* la the Last Spasm By this time next week, we're hop-1 mg that your regular chatterer, King John himself, will he back to pound : oat a few brilliant utterance* for your amusement in the last summer issue (Surely, that's not a sigh of relief, gentle reau.r!) Johnny has been writ- ing every week for the last three j weeks from places all over the United j Stales that he will he back Monday, but he's not here yet, His last card; from Dead Man's Gulch, or some other outlandish hole in the road, sound* right promising though. VOLUME XVI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST IV 191 NUMBI-R 40 Wins Content I Joy. Page Herlock Sholmes Did you ever walk from the library to the Ad Building and nee everybody you ever knew in the whole school? It's just a continuous "Hello — Hi there—Howdy" all the way. And then on some other mornings you can walk all over the campus and never get a glimpse of a familiar face. It's almost a mystery....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1932

rm between ft e covers • - - an J without Cheerful Thoughts By B«rt Moore i bv -McN,.l onJ H lawes Mail Mat ffirr At (>«nt«n, ib r «. jyJ« K W I K TK: PRES IS INTKRCOLLROtATS ASSOCIATION i * lite Cito Editor Andrew 81 . .... ^ .... (amir f\y , Kdn Robinson ^ - -H Dorothy Hood ahy Hood, Guy MeNiai, Bill S Ski lea, Johnny King, Bert Moor* Km**?*** Forty McDonald, Lola Bolt* Curbo, Edith fool*, Bob Teal, Kalph Adkiea, Jin j Anhburn, Stewart Jsrnigan, Mary Hall, Q. 1.. | Bradford, Alma WiUianaoa. William Arnold, Freda Varbroufb Oat,vmn i.iT a— Do Xaaw, Jtii.', Saalness Manager Joe MMI Box 239. Teacher* Collage Station J tair his friend*t> ; and our moans of asking for hell and thanking him for th* many thnK" he ha* don* for us, In order for me to pray earneat- ly and sincere I . h - must have an abundant-** of faith, Mb in God and in man. If FAITH radio'* slim Angara can pluck a melody fron the night Scatrroas Vantta urn the Week -~ Th, y rW# indetd it will no, but th* fimfh it uo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1932

s 0 c I E J Y ■ Il 1 1 Dr. Crabb Speaks At Gammadian Meeting Wednesday Evening 1-ola Bel U- Curbo presided at the Uammadion meeting on Wednesday, August 10, at the College Club House, in lieu of Jack Fleming, pres- ident, who was unable to attend, l>r. Crabb of Peabody College, who has been in charge of Education 390 for the past week, made a very inter- esting talk to the club about the things* every Uammadion should know if he is to be a real scholar. In stating his opinion of hdnor societies, Dr. Crabb spoke the follow- ing: "I am very much in favor of honor societies. I am glad to see that the Gammadions believe in scholar- ship and in people who have the ability to think, especially in an emer- gency. If the Gammadions believe in scholarship, they must also be- lieve in history, art, poetry, litera- ture, sculpture, and language, for if one is educated, he must know all these things. If you are to keep up your standard of scholarship you must be scholarly. I exhort you to ke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1932

Gose Races Mark Action In College Sw im Meet Mere hi I is Conn If/ Lends In Final Week of Iiaselmll Content! ft i * if « la ids, i Thuraday «rwm given tb# win- pl*<*ea in each .It of th* take** reed.ngly etoae, n iMtmhltfi IMMR MM at *90*4 M« MC- t , termor Myrtle alar, ran «i* with individual aconng hoiK.rv. Wilson noead oat Davi< jtiwi Swaaeon to take the W ymrit t w, ami alao took ft rat in the diving a* well aa aeeonds in the hack atroke ami 101) yard free atyl* Ctoae- ly behind Wilaon in ttw race for aeoring honora was <harle« Davi*. w$io twoj? ftrst in the hack atroba and in tha lOOyard free. Stroup, local aw>mminic <oacb. aaid that tha meat wan a aoecaaa from every atand point A summary of tha meet followa; Fify-yard f«« style Wilaon, I* Davia, Swenaon. time W.2; W) yard breast atroke Smith. Johnaon, Swen- MM* time 37,1, lifl yar</ hack atroke r. Davis. Wilson, Johnson, time: ifMi lOOyard fraa style--C. Daw*, Wilaon, I. da via, flaw 1:12.*; fancy diving - Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 August 1932

j m m it life The Chatter Box JOHNNY KING Just A-l-e-.ain' Don't any of you jobless pedago- gues get itching arches and hope for bettor chances at teaching positions in our neighboring state*. lite throe border states on the east and north are particularly in bad shape. This year the principal at a fifteen teacher consolidated school in one of these states will receive $39.50 per month. That is straight goods. I tried man- fully to get the job piyself. Now, think that over and if you get a **""* to |« ■>nnn<1 la wimimwiI ail Wooster's Gulch, snap it up. Where Is That Dead Week? One of the best things about this particular finale to affairs for the short session at the old T. C. Mill is the absence of dead week. Thursday night I saw just as many good time* being had as ever are on week nights. Last night everybody was out under this moon which is either waxing or waning gibbous in a big way. Nobody is letting care stand in the way of making his last week at school here an impre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 August 1932

PwirtUitairf tj . Wmm T>«rh I #iat mum mm • Hsu MM- TOM, MbMULK re >sH it ATE If* >•. >111- - ? A •*< * i * Hi Andrew H « . LaWMHT Wlf liter , fcdra Kobinaaa Hur iji'o, „ iiOorotfcf H«w . Ix r'/thy llwud, tttqr McN'iel, Bill 8 John Skttoa. Johnny King, ftart Moor* Pawjr Mclionald, I-ola M)|p 'IJtirba, IMitH foot*. Bob T«i, Kal .h A ilk int. Jim Aakburn, Stewart J«rmgan, Mary Hall. <J. U Bradford, Alma WiHumion, William Arnold, Freda flfcfgl e covers - - - betweenrtk an J without ; ' "|fr~MeN,el oimI Haw«s . | pjjffi'jf' "pl v' P$ 5%<''f y *,r f 'y>I f! Adio*. or rather, haata lue*< . for Ibu is au revoir Concert To Be Held In Auditorium Ncgt Tuesday At // .4. M. Johnny King rctoraMl in vhrrr he iptfil the la oy*. rary m tM pat I:™ Ruainet* Manager — Jaa HNHNR Boa J3fn, Teacher* Coitog* Htatlan laWTi'U Vua raa th Wag*. — <;«if ««f r*a/ wfMai >« . *<« i*e d g«. **• **•' 01/ ye your prnrh brfnr" irw, I**' /*«! tfmmpU Ihrm ■ ader Ihi'ir frrl, and turn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 August 1932

s 0 Freshmen To Picnic Mary Ardens Give At Lake Club House Farewell Supper At C.I.A. Tearoom E At « meeting of the freahman via** i in the Auditorium Thursday after*' noun, the laat social of the auinmer was planned. of a picnic Monday evening, August at the College Club limine. In- The senior Mary Ardena were It ia to be in thaform' «u*U.at tt «• * «*v« in the C. !. A tearoom last Monday eve- ning. Between course* there was a .tead of the uiual trip to Millionaire'* «<*-" * *ith J** Gro** Island, the ctaaa decided to patronize **?tha* and Ann* Mary *vUI mt the the College Club House on the other piu"0' aide of the lake thia time. \ Afu'r th# ■u P*r' Mis Bonnie «ud- ' apeth gave a toast to the senior Mary Ardent. Each senior was presented The president, James Pyle, ap- pointed the following committees to have charge of the picnic: Trampor- with a package which contained her „ _ . _ . . „ .. . fortune. When each Mary read her tation Cordon Teel, Joy hpell. and fgrtune „h(. WM preM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 August 1932

REGISTRAR SAYS REPORTS TO BK MAILED AUG. 28 Hobo Swimmers— McDO.VVM) («IV ES EXPLAN- ATION CONCERNING CERTIFICATES | (Wfyiis, it For «***ri l ymrt employment ^wtB . - foumt m WtN Imrivf Vh T«n i n | >rt« will he it i ! . imperative to «wk ouUtdc « - hop. ./, by Autfu t M U all *tud«nU ployln4,nt )n oHcr to remain in Mhooi. Sisco To Head New liureau For M<ns - ,,,, , , Employment Service tn,m p « u OrlMMm, wh*ns he MUMI* a An employment Mrvic« fat the MR rreditahU h«win* a«am>t th l*«t of the Coll#*# b« twin* 'rn nit*4 hy ,t,v*r* la th- Houth and SouMmwt. TlMron J fMwn «.f Men, ami H*v«-ral ot th*ir> mh.r< of thr chib J«rk Siwo. Hta .> will br in «har|fc of jabo ehtuiMMi th* Kw i m*#t at Au*tin. T* um *tyl«r , A«ikin* and Mar ria . and a barkstrokar, Wo'.dall warn talurn into tha elub in I MM. materially adding •trangtfe to tha club Tha hav* tuft « Mlf-addr<Mi««d a - V«lt>p* at the lift e« of the regUtr r, I' E v!l O"' ..mi, rt-ifn'rar of tha Col- lege. *ai<...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1932

' j a' The Chatter Box LAMAR PLY Juat Another W elconx BarraK<><i a you lire J tut how with "Hello's". it is our obvioua duty to add another to the shower. It really ia a relief to -see the old campua look- in* up again, and we are truly glad to renew old acquaintance* and es- tablish new ones. So, we say in an all-embracing: gesture of greeting: "Hello, freshmen, upperclassmen, faculty members, visitor*, or what haw you! Weleoeae to old T. C. and best wishes for a prosperous year!" It Wann't S« Bad The dreaded ordeal of registration has been practically completed with surprisingly few casualties. Of course there are a few left arms Htinging from recent vaccination, and a number of well-developed corns and bunions contracted from long waits in variou.s lines, when faces lost their smiles after hours of patient standing ant? jaws hung limp below vacant stares It is even possible that certain instructors are suffering from in- flamed dispositions as a result of re- peated cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1932

PAGE TWO Sam Laney's Service Station ■a,-! ' « i -rf m ItfAXAJII vagle Fans «• We're backing you for another championship ami invite you to viait our acrvfce xtation where you can give your car a break by fill- ing up on Texaco Firechtef Ga*oline. That'* the Gaaoline that waa developed for ftre engine* — now your* at no extra coat- It'* like the Kangaroo — it jump* to atart; it* like the Eagle — It die* over the road. Alao certified lubrication. ■ V PW'PPiipi s W;i 11 : .1 f , X ■ WSSmm am ■smrnM iifftgiil Make Your $'s Have More Cents by Trading at KAGLK GkOCKIU (PACING THE MANUAL ARTS BUILDING) SERVICE and APPRECIATION PHONE 67 Wfiifhi ir,6 Number 28 We are for the Fitting Eagles! Our Representative —- Red Malone EAGLE GROCERY l i 1 \\ elcome . -aimw _ __ Drop in at the EAGLE CAFE— Where everyone eats and eat a bite CLIFFORD H OH I.N HON, Prop. No. One Avenue A Fight! Maaaey and Hopper are backing you for another Championship. Dallas Rish Fullback Weight I!l8 Number 41 We Sell Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1932

ITE A \bh | rtn Published by Studsnts of ths North Taxas State True hers College, Denton, Texas Campus Chat Entered as Sacond (lass Mail Mat- ter at the Postoffice at Denton, Texas, December 8, 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Acting Editor Andrew Swenson Associate Editor — Lamar Fly Assistant Editor Bertrand Heflin Society Editor* I<ola Belle Curbo and Edith Foot* — COLUMNISTS — Lamar Fly, Bertrand Heflin, Lola Belle Curbo, Swede Swenson, John Skiles. — REPORTERS — Freda Yarbrouxh, Noble Wright, Charles Saunders, Stewart Jernigan, Red Arnold. The class in English 251 taught by Mr. J. D. Hall also doe* reporting to The Campus Chat. Business Manager Supervisor Joe Skiles Mr. J. D. Hall 6 - - - i. literary Bertrand He^lm amp -1ig k SCHIPI'UKK VKR.SK;— A prophet it not without honor nave in hin own country, and in hi* own hou e. —St. Matthew Xlll: 57 Thought run thk Wkek:— . .... Great SouU have wiila, feeble one* with •*'. • — Chinese Proverb. Be Versatile A grea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1932

s :,'Vi E -cm H T Social Ramble Lola Bolle Curbo NOTICE! PREHUMAN - JIOFH. GIRLS "Hail, (mil th* gang'* *11 hotel" And mighty to bo (* re too. Alt the old fudes give grsetings to the newcomers. The eaaspus fairly bus- ici with the oseHement of it all. To date our sodai instincts have only urged u* to longer ami slower linos with th# emeeptiii of the mora fortu nste freshmen, who hava been f*te<f and feasted by the aifu of the cam put, which is as it should ba, Nest . week a wider scope of entertainment V wilt op >. with the first meeting of — several campus club*. The nature of' which in espiained in tho Craggy Point* (of course all freshmen have bought thair Craggy Point# ) The purpose of thin column ia to warning of tha approaching ing* IIP 5 All of thi' sophomore girla of tha collage will ha hoataaaaa to tha girl* at tfi- freehman cias« at an informal tea to be given at tha collage club houae <m Sunday afterroon. Octohnr 1Kb, from four until si* o'clock. Thi* ia tha tirs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1932

We pledge our support to vour EAGLES! FINEST FOODS — LOWEST PRICES • Big Plate Lunch .15c (With Drink .20c) CAFES No. Two South Side Square Wright it 160 __—_Q p , 'fji-' ,-i1 *•'-* The "M" System Stores * WELCOME T. C. Students and pledge their support to the EAGLES Trade with us for finest quality Groceries Clare Seay Quarterback Wright 136 Number 22 "M" SYSTEM STORES I ^■1 if M J • • « Your cat is not clit kin* a* you would like for it to. drive in our service de- partment and auk for your need*. ANY MAKK CA* WAHID AND (iRXAIRD $ oo Cash *c= GOODYEAR TIKES BUCO PAINTING STORAGE HATTKRIK8 NEW (IIKVItOLETS MOTORS RE-CONDITIONED ■BABE SERVICE STARTER AND tiKNRRATOR SERVICE WRECKED < ARS REBUILT ANY OTHER SERVICE QUALITY t'SRD CABS EASY TERMH Win Yattr Game, Raffle*! "Mule" Vaugban Fullback Weight 160 Number 20 S. I. Sl l J MOTOR CO. 201 South Hint Telephone 2 me Game of the Season STIN COLLEGE Friday, September 30 HLETIC ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONS EAGLE SCHEDULE September 17—T. C. U. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1932

.OW UP ^VITM SWE DE PI T ON YOUR THINK IN<« CAm th# ;ab at pUkifi* a name f ; a rulurni. like this unt' There ia Mtffc- ing more iUffUMfc than ftodtmr > .. . ir Unite for • Hoe of bull wluch tfcM Witt fl vital>!y >11) MM. Pick out mm |||| imailnf name, ami |i-< pie woubl think you Bf writ- in* a literary column, and won't rmd A. Aj !h to Mil' ttpMp nftpia rea.irr*. and the column tat. Than again. there are at*# a mHIm. more or leas. apwrt column* in the country, and every mm of the", haa a naii.f that is supposed to lie ilf ft-rant from any rrther. Mow that ia iinpotsibte, of course. hot we «hn't raii I hi* coiumr. tfte '.Sport Br«a<l e*st." atran though (fctt i« • «• #■* name fur a |* rt column, be- cause («aor«« White, th* *r«twhile sport editor of th* Italian Now* ha* chosen that for the title of hi* brain- child We could inmimerate a thou - aand name*, but it i* <jurte useless to do m; you wouldn't read them any- way* llowevirr, w# mill havnn't a name for th...

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

# The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY THE CA HAT —— quit That Pushing, Thera For one* there were three or four of the staff all trying to work in the ! Chat office at the saane time this week. It seem* that those four. brand-new Woodstocks that came in, Tuesday after several weeks of im- patient waiting are realty packingj 'em in. They stand around in lines waiting for one another to get I through ticking, so they can play! around for awhile with "those cute, new typewriters." V! VOLUME XVII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER <i. 1982 NUMBER 2 r : , ENROLMENT RECORDS SHATTERED Hi, l.ookee-ee! The bright lights and excitement of the Denton County Fair art* at- tracting more than one T. C. stu- dent to its grounds. And very few of them go to look at the farm ex- hibits; they say it makes them home- sick. We saw four of John Otto Vita's friends holding that pugna- cious Irishman down the other night, when a puny 200-pound wrestler in one of the sideshows offe...

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

r'Aut j> «i — 1 , I rm Sla nt nt th« Nor Collage, i)«nU>n Lh Texas Tnw the lite ■put ("hat EnviriMf a* Second OIim tf affllll* t«r nt the at ttifttw, T xa* I)««mb*r 1, m« a M h M H K it TKXAS tNTKfUJOLL.EOIATB PRKHH ASSOCIATION •loubt head. tlx li.t for hght, fiction n-eder*, and tho^ th|(| (,ar,teular coluntniJ(t ia tei with an interest in late world affair*. Co /HO^, oV« ..nr)a , .|||h!y..buJ1„ af„, M . | fiction i, not bad. Thaw h-av,*r touch®. prewnt.JIfTJt! haa imr b. [4 (load* Monthly ttookmmm. Harper'*, and Srrikmtr't ftrwn. „ i)repmrim hia Acting Eiitoi . Andrew S* n o« Aawxiate Editor *, — Lamar Ely Aaetataat Edilnr .... ... . .. Itrtnnd Heflin Society Editors I<oia Rrlle Curfco and Edith Foot* - COLUMNISTS — I-amar Ely, Bertrand lleflin. I,ola Balk Curbo, Swede Swenaon. John Skile#. M HEPOHTEK8 — Freda Yarbrwigh. Noble Wright, Charlea Saun<i«r*. Stewart Jcrnigart, K#d Arnold. The flan* in KnglUh Ml taught I y Mr. J. IK Halt al o doe* reporting to The Campua Cha...

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

103 for timen nr s 0 c I E 1 mA Ka. pa Delta Pi Pi Kappa Delta to Sponsor Three Will Re-Organize Freshman Clubs Thursday Night Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary society in education, will sponsor three freshman clubs, starting this year, according to Kent Stratford, president. Membership will be re- stricted to freshmen. The Science CJub will be under the sponsorship of Leon Cockrell, Helen Johnson, and Clara Hoeldtke; while the Fine Arts Club will be supervised by Mrs. Kstheryne Roddy, Frances Milligan, and Eula B. Reno, Kent Stratford, Harriet Laos, and N. H. Chaney will be in charge of the Pres- ent Day Club. The Science Club will be founded for those intersted in the natural sciences, and the Present Day Club will foster interest in current events, current literature, and travel- logues. The Arts Club will cover music, art, and social ethics. The first meeting of these clubs will be held at 7 o'clock on October 18, and regular meetings will be held on the first and third Tuesday...

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

FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE HILLSBORO WINS FROM RESERVES dd hard- column- rery few niM IP'flp i|p<4i wm he mid that hi* charge* wtrt due U ' t4M<U defeat it tltt hnQdA Of tht T*t' \m Teeh Matador* True to hi* pro- pht*-y the team that wm held to a nrdi*« tl« tin irtrfc mrt tnfirrt bjr! _ Im CrMii «nd Whit# of th* Ixenton JI'MOR COU<E(<C \1 AS.SKS I T~lft— "illiji want down btfon ATTACK ON TACKMM i th* rteady charge* <4 *fce Wee! WIN, 14-Br 1mm. In a game in mud that wm inch** <Uwp. tl I'tmU'n, Champion* last year of the South w«- tarr. Cm- farancr. war* beaten back by a count Kitfhtinjr famely Ml in vain •t«f> a battering aerie* *4 tea roller |H/w«r fday* o*er tackle. to that the K i >><l#gr by toufhoowoi' pxchinitcd L liT ♦ 1 ! '>' 6 t« Attain, a. in th. DmU|i>I*« o! Km«l* ™*""* *«"> ** "[fuW b*1 ^Wt'" !*««•. the M«rrJ«-,mn. n felt th. dire > " Saturday ni*M before the «*• than a couple of ^ fof # rM, Uj„<,hrtriWB p^h. «•« -* of f&* MlHabor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1932

I m I 1* it Si Chatter Box i LAMAR FLT - HE WINS This week's blue ribbon for the freshest Frtahraan govi to the Kentle- man, evidently u new as a peeled egg, who approached the post-office window Saturday morning and said to the benevolent face framed therein. "I would gladly pay you Tuesday for an old beat-up stamp today." VOLUME XVII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1982 LOOK OUT. WOMEN Tuesday'* chapel program wan just the kind tiiat goe* over with u bang. If you weren't there, you mis wed him- thing. And if you want to know, that peculiar oator that filled the Audito- rium was moth ballx, just a forerun* ner of another winter. Prexy's talk j on using the library .showed that he's 1 anything but a killjoy when it cornea to date* and other great social insti- tutions. •'Cheese", it caused a cer- tain Junior to remark, "I'm gonna step out next Saturday night. I've been as lonely as a horsefly in Detroit j ever since 1 came up here; but it's m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1932

I WW — Pvil<ij h< s of thi ronton. TUM Campus Chat Entersd ti Second Class Mail Mat- tar at the Postoffic* at Daatan. Tana, December & fNI [lie til e literary P'"81 lamp-1icjtk SCREEN and STAGE By.Stewart JernigiH bartrand heflin Ot^m* S«w WorU, by Aktoaa Hiuley, ha* an imprcaaion on a certain young man ha baa been At the mad of in« past wsafc's, cast. whicn may ba called all-star jamiiseaMtat Ml should be placed ft# through th* |iresanea of both Fredric (Mwr Tommi Jtostfs ipectacaiar {March and Leslie Howard. This pro- "Dance « f the &r • Veils". Of course, duct ion u a bit unusual in that both tu ba truthful, «. until b* confeaiwd Norma .Shearer and Kredric March The Telescope There it to ba held at the First Methodist Church next Tuesday, at 7:30 P. M, a *ocial for the Freshmsn of the collegia. You ar«s cordially in- vited to attend thi* function. M h V Bi. H TEXAK LNTKKCQLLEGIATK J RKSS ASSOCIATION Airting Mitor . "tlZT', V/,. Associate Editor — „ Lamar Fly Assista...

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