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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TKXAS. THIKSDAY. MARCH b, IWM a lit r' |i I <a l i* «• •• CHATTERBOX My SHOUTY Apparently. there if- something t<> tlif dip Iliul Atha Ktif King handed u.-. tins week when -he shkI. rather nonchalantly. lliut "all the dirt mi the t ainpus vvu' la-ing i I up up." Of course there's lots of ""lilt" that whs uprooted, 1 iiit it'm ale u> fat n- we'll' toncerned. Mol'mann wu- master ill tlx- hour wlilli at In- pel I'm muliec here Sat urtla.s evening. Nut only in In- a great artist in his mastery of the piano. but In' \va able to keep the Indent who attended from nod lit UK. except III appreciation. \\ eve seen ndvcrtmmenC tlint displayed Ihr servicing ol auto mobile-, radios. sewing machines, t> p«-vs t itvi .. lawn mowers, Model TV, and what have you; hut there lias lieen on display, on one of the local bulletin board*, a small plaekurd that advertises a desire to type and service themes! A Indent must stay in chool some how. \ gioup of new Maii|Ul...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 March 1936

PAOC POUI THK CAMW8 CHAT, DKNTON, TKXAH. THURSDAY, MARCH 6. 1VM jfOtirgnti— On Books and Poopl* The Campus Chat Publisned once each week during (he college year by the student* of the North Texas State Teachers College. Kntered as second clans mail matter at the Post Office at Denton. Texas, Decern bar 8, 1916, under the act of Congress of March 8, 187H. AskJos- By Jan "How to Write for Radio," by Katharine Seymour and J. T. Martin, published by Longnianti. Green, and Company. "How t« Write for Radio" is probably the first text- book ever conceived on the subject. The authors say that there has been a constant stream of questions about the opportunities for radio writers; therefore they have com- piled thes hints on the best technique to be employed when writing for radio. A chapter is devoted to "struight" continuity writing for radio. The author- say. "The chief stumbling block of inexperienced continuity writers is their previous training in writing prose for the printed page " A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 March 1936

T leu lil'i | T pry Ifii. lmii n- I'Uy My 've |i< >i i •ho I'I't I. i |iut Lhf 'hi- III! |h;it rht lien. It in i III I! I>" |iil' mt r« •Hi ' I' « e |c;ii hit IikII per ]|V. nt I to I Net libit In ' linn Ithi •nil <♦ < I* All Conference Section Meeting* 8:.W Saturday <Ehe Campus Chat ■eae VOLUMK XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 12. 1936 ANNUAL CONFERENCE OPENS TOMORRO I\C1 £* From The D4VS !\l WS M-.VN KIMi III HEDIIME SIOIO I I.I. OK M\l W EST!" SA\S ROSI. N ^ I'IMIIOISIS i osI' IIIIV \M i-: Mussolini having I n«i«*d some what from tin- spotlight. lien Hitler loses no 11nit*, lie clicks Ins heels l,u|{t'lhfl ami moves into the lihinc land. trailing big guns in Hit- i ear. Now, Homeland is I'ranee's tender spot, and the Gut mans' hard military hoots are not H Kcntlest soothing salve for lender spots, especially the "lie in question. Therefore Franee ob- jects, and no one is much surprised at that. Hut the tension grows. Peace adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 March 1936

PAGE TWO THK CAMPUS C HAT. DENTON TI X VS. THIYRSHAY, MAKCII n,\ mfi Varsity Tricksters Tike Easy Victory Over Frosh Sport Scripture A* Pr acK«d By Bow«n Evans 4 ENTIRE SQUAD WILL LEAVE FOR MEET AT AUSTIN BEAT EAGLETS LN HACK AND FIELD THREE LONE STAR CO* FfcRENCE RECORDS BROKEN The North Toxin- varsity truck -ler* effectively proved then "-him nority over the lesser fry Friday afternoon when they rolled a total of ?r> point* to show down tin Fresh score of IT in the unnual intra-school eindet clas.-i. Con tmrjr to all expectations the vat sity outpointed the EaffU't* tn the races, leading in a .18 to Htt show ini* And. h> per previous dope, they had a walk-away in th« Hold i vents, taking; H4 points to the 'fi shmenV 14. Three U>ne Stai t'onferen re. iids wen ground into the under* in an encouairin# exhibition of early season vtrcnirth. I'lu tresh Man mile relay team, composed oi Klmer Brown, ( Johnson, \lvin t'tvisman, and Delmei Hrcm u. Ik' ti red the L. S. C record of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 March 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 12. 11*86 CHATTERBOX it> sitoim liitIui> -|iriNK weather ushers in [the wuek <>f the Sixth Annual flVaehei Training ' onferuitee. un<l L-onit' hupt-iul slink's, we iluri' suy. feiitvi' already iH'ifUn tt> pomlei over klie ilt-vious M'hvmcH thiit arc btini; k-ii|f(!<-ht<*il ii- tn the poM.-nliility of ^i>iiik them 1«> "cut" lhi- ice'neral ^■vsnHiiih Kvery student in the 4^ "III K«' <ll"Ulll iii lllile tu "pure till Vime to at'tiuainl hllllnell ill herself VWltll koiiii' of tilt' lll'NV thoUKht.s ii hat will he introduced iii the va v lou- departmental meetings, as Voint' of thr fort* must lenders in -•'(Jucation will hi' here. Sumo 'i la*st*s of animals, we are in- formed, have to lie |iroildeil in ur tier that they will go "> the riKht direction; hut, len to one, we'll have a Riantl attendance at every ession. I'ctilions for the naming of the ine* library are in progress on ' Is if t 'aiiipu- Both me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 March 1936

PAGE rout THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXXS. THt'RSIiAY. MARCH 18, 1986 I i Sidelights— On Books and P#opl« Walt. •r Present! Webb is an instructor I'niversity who has 1i\• «! in rump with and has collected stories of tin Texas years. He uses many storie- which In as well as many which were probably telling Soii^s and snatches of poetry the actual history ot the fYxas Ranger this a useful and interesting book conce t he history of I'« \a- "Mark I 'wain > Notebook," edited by Albert Rigelow Paine. published by Harper and Rrofhers. N Y 1l. *.">•*> It's really a pn\ ilege to be allowed to peek into Mark Twain's private notebook This famous notebook is the one in which he recorded his impres>ions and stray thoughts thoughout his writmv career Containing typical Twain humorous remarks and cryptic sayings, the b< ok is a treus ure trove of ideas and opinions of this great American humorist. Albert Ricelow I'aims had prev iously used the material found in Mark Twain's notebook ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 March 1936

I * t It II rtm IV >0 tin h 1*1*1> I'll m< lien gi i re int .A id <a In in > leu IK VOLUME XX 3t|f Campus Chat ■BOBS —|—BBBMMBHWaBW north texas state teachers college. denton, texas. thursday. march 19. 1986 % h , ^C1E§ From The lavs ni ws It I moms of \ fat stock show KKI'l ltl.it \NS ( ASH i\ inr:ik chips n:\vs i,KAh in kogkks gifts ItAHNKTT WIDOW VI.|. W I I S S \ \ S t 4 M It I CONFERENCE BRINGS MANY TO CAMPUS There comes u time in most pen- pie' live- when the ureal happen- in (."* of I he World strike upon the mind a being frightfully dull. We, for example, eannot work up much enthu ia-m over the fact that the Ku--u n envoy railed Germany a (■(inspirator, i>i that the AAA had I wen i em nam/.eil, or even that Fort W orth i- having a stock -how (lla\< you noticed the Fort Worth paper? Nothing but sour-faced cows reminiscent of someone we onci knew and self-conscious peo pie m ten gallon hats!) So we are taking the liberty of ignoring headline- this week and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 March 1936

PAGE TWO TIIK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 1 , IU8fi Eagle Trackmen Are Being Placed In American Limelight INTEREST GROWING AS Eaflo Are DATE APPROACHES FOR DefateJ k WTERSECTWNAL MEET AntnMeet Ellinwoori'* Challenger JAY BERWANtiKR. TEN PICKER MEN WILL DESCEND ON BENTON; . WILSON NOT EXPECTED Interest is growing by leaps ami hounds us tlx tune draws near for the first intersect mnal track ami field meet ever to lie in IVm- ton. and Coach Choc Sportsman is daily priming hi* Eagle thinly- clad- for their encounter with the visiting Chicago University team undo the 1 i rht ^ at Eagle field on Tuesday night, Since ticket sales have gotten underway, all indica- tions point to one of the West crowds ever to witness a track event at Fugle oval. Sttidents will Ire admitted by activity tickets W hen the picked ten-man team from the famous mcmlier of thi' Big Ten Conference descends on Denton, records are due to l>e shattered. The Eagles. champion* ship umlter. are eager to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 March 1936

THE C'AMPUH CHAT. DENTON, TEXA8. THURSDAY, MARCH 19. ltt«6 CHATTERBOX H> SHORTY >&, i The their roast group * oh fur tlit- thrill - Unit come In the copy 1'ililur a In- pores ovei i lie mysterious and elusive mean ing.- that arc included in the usual new tory! Symbols of Mark, superimposed mi white, that vainly strive to portray something ol current interest arc written with some other view in mind. After the copy leaves the editor's desk, it will lie found in the inevitable wastebasket or on the hook ready for the linotype operator A re trieve from the brimming basket aptly illustrates the true reason that the majority of ruh reporters dull copy editors "hard-hoiled": "I'ress t luh Picnic Press Chili members and friends enjoyed a wcineer Friday night March <>. The hikked to an ideal place in the aviation field: and there built a roaring fire on which they roast ed weiners, marshilllow*. and oof- fee. Violet Koark assisted the group in their singing with her hanjo. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 March 1936

V pf f __Kt: ■ ■ : &I E%l PAGE rout THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXA8. THt'RHDAY. MARCH 19. 1MM ■ i CJ^lULic wKitiignti— On Books and People The Campus Chat Publmhwd onee each ww k during ihe college year by til* atudaote of the North Texu State TMchers Collage. Kntered as aacond i laiui mail matter at the Poat OrtW at liwnton. Texaa. Daeambar I, lWlti. under the act of Conjrraaa of March 8, 18711. This week we inv writing for those fifty or seventy- flve students and teachers who have not visited the book exhibit in the north reading room of the library. As I walked around the room, 1 jolted down a few notes on hooks or tables which interested me; so don't be surprised at some of the selections. (After all. I wasn't feel- ing serious at the time just wanted to tie entertained.) Behind the exhibit of book- coticerirng the New Heal is hung a most interesting map. "P \\ A in Action," which give- tin outstanding I* \N A activities in each state. Some of the hooks on the Xew Peal are f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 March 1936

i " w"*m Attend T~Club Fight Exhibition Gym. Tonight ®1jp Campus Chat Jtftt i 4pn. lece <it •■part IVli fin VOLUME XX NORTH TEXA8 STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 26. 1986 i)t' the a had t hiiiy Tenth think •t rifle* i I!.i So to ml. a writ •r.v tot .'IS III fMOIES From The jcW'S Nf WS ' FI TI Hi; VMTKHANS ASK MOM S OK ONK GRAND INTEREST IN AI'TO I II INSK I. vw GROWS f HAN KIN UK \\ \\ TO II \\ I I. \SI WOK It t A new cluli Iui- lieen organised seventy > t(if the IJni- -il', nl' Idaho They named it "William Randolph Hearst Post Veterans <>f Future Wars," af fi vol ing down it proposal to kill oi the members so the cluli $uld I if a i' his name. IShull Arms, a Rhodes scholar- fiip winiu'i from Wallace, wan ■tnx'il commander tiec ause of his ■rmbolic name 1 The I'ost wciii into session im- •rdiiitely ami proposed u $1,000 ■nncdintc Ihiihi payment f o i lit ing in the next war. with sup Weincntar.v donation- of $200 per Or0111ti to end unemployment wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 March 1936

PAGE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT, OSNTON. TFXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 2tf. 1WW Chicago Uuiversity Downs Eagles In Flashy Night Meet Eif let Runners Take Easy Victory At Ft. Worth Stock Show Meet Will Meet N. T. 4. C. Today VARSITY TAKES THIRD PLACE BROWN' TWINS. CHKISMAN n hn in <,oon RECORDS Cuach Choc Sport.«nianV fresh nan thinly-clad* emerged victorious in their division of the meet spon sored by the Centennial Stock Show at Fori Worth Saturday, while the varsity, lie*ted hy Okla honiu Baptist College and San Mat - cos State Teacher.-", brought home a third place The freshmen took quite a mon- nopoly on points in their division, and their 4H'v markers looked pretty larire compared to the 19l* points of the A. A■ M. frosh. their nearest rivals. Oklahoma Baptist with 46 points and San Marcos with 26 bented the Fatrlc showintt of 22'b points. Texas University beat \ X M 11 points for honm- in the university class, piling up a grand total of 53. The colorful meet saw rec oids shattered in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 March 1936

t THK CAMI'tJS ("HAT. DENTON TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 2«. IUM ■Mi CHATTERBOX Hv SHORTY I In husincs "I trying Uj please major, l>avid Nelf? No cracks everyone is Ut'ltillK lite 'own, have liecn made about I*uvid yet Evei y wheie I go I in accused of concerning his campus escapades nooping. gos.-ipnig, etc Some as he, evidently, hits not made any very good fontriliutions have I teen serious breaks. picked tip, censored, ami then placed _____ among tlit' undesirable; while nth i'm howcvei petty ami innocent Ihey appear, have prolmhly caused iniin>•' disturbances anions some of the lelltm (especially thi.se with the well-known ego) Prize Kloozic of the week . Kuth Sullins hennaed her hair just be- caust Kalph Model!. the hoy friend, ha<l lu: haii out in the "Summery, tiL'ai howl" fashion. l,ooks like it will lie tough sailing for Kalph until it (flows out again. I • urinu the stage show last Sat unlay evening, a lair percentage ol the students present displayed a lack id patriot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 March 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THIRSDAY. MARCH M, ItfSrt mm My choice of p<iems is "Mexican Portfolio," by Alvin Shannon It improves with the reading. Certain parts seem to have more unity than others; the last two stanzas, es- jtecially. seem to rtew more smoothly and rhythmically than the first view we are riven of the life of Mexico. Of the articles published, Louis Higginbotham's "In Defense of Cotton Mather" struck my fancy as being the most original of the lot You can hardly help liking "On the Gentle Art of Eating." by J. A von Lanken. A breezy soliloquy directed to "Horace." and a well-aimed satire. "Wellington of Texas." historical sketch of Sam Hous- ton's life, by Leo Bennett, is not what it appears at first glance. Bennett has utilized Macaulay's idea of making history live, and has produced a good short sketch of th** highlights of the life of Sam Houston. It is very interest- ingly written. There is a definite trend from the type of illustrations which have been pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 April 1936

FACIALS CONDESCEND TO ERGE WITH EAST TEXAS TABLOID EDITION Qtff? Cljat "4// the Neun That Ain't Fitten* to Print" TABLOID EDITION N'MMII TKXAS STATK TKACHKKS COIJ.KCK, DENTON, ' 1 ■ TEXAS THURSDAY. APK1L2. ID.'Mi ———————————————————— ridegroom Takes It On The Lam tlMBUCTOO PLAN WILL 'BE ADOPTED BY COLLEGE I FIRST OF THIS SUMMER | ALL MODE UN PRINCIPLES OF EIW- I CATION ARE EMBODIED; WORRIES ARE ENDED jTlu' I niversity of Timbuctoo will Ik- inaugurated in the *,l"ial K'l'«rU'^Politic«l Bunk, the Science of Loafing, and the Non- lege this summer, authorities <t.nsj(,n| aetence*. Each Btudent jounced this week Phii I of T. chooses as many specific courses as id ha* been under consideration he wants from any of the four the ( ollegc for some time, and general courses; the curriculum is has lieen a great ileal of <>n a purely elective basis. binicnt on thin advanced ed No Financial Trouble Mional device by the student Un(k,,. the Tlmbue|oo ,.|an> fin gjr^ ancial worries on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 April 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT. IJKNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL It. WHtt furnish* Ml, whirl i.s not i) Othei itll gIVfl mist rat i ami a ( our > uiii m s out iiv llii lllbtel in th foneei in t hi I up wit ite in hi iti Uf • shut tl under ai Some o ION Cam | Oil, till' 11 now I clit ionei (if tal pry mv inipus. news -uiuithi In ma< ge I) in ilepai iik thirt art* tv course rtincnt 1 lUIlllKT i-hool, li.- *1 •rnment was gra xty. if • os. won Utl'S "f I ilo a fo in an < ~ |>t Jl k fi -1 and t CS llf t iltl 11 IK) ii" ulTit the Hili to e historia ■mst. I'm ;t Ii I •ru.i nl tench. Is it' i ■ 1 I t hi- Kiel n gener if today very ye cord* a at is do tnd belt*. lorsi-- can cow give Alu a ham trrnw • "ii Small Fry ALL FOOL'S DAY; the day of duae ami dippy enactment* of diszy dranimers; when fibs and lien can be told about anything anil any l>ody; when pranks of every des cription are pulled on everyone; and the Chat staff upend* the fol lowing week in using made-over apologies and solemnly pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 April 1936

1HK CAMPUS CHAT. l>KNTON, TKXAS, THUKSIMY, APHIL i, HUM R. Hi SkUwtM ... THE CHAT TAMLOID Tea Mil Scr.tch*. • itu III.. m • i • • I* • • for no good reason This week marks an eventful arrival into the world of literature. Just off the preiis is the latest work of the recently rocketed to tame (lother Moose. Miss Moose is a native of New York anil a direct descendant of the New York < ianderhilts. Being fr< m a long line of highly esteemed stiff-necks, no one is better fitted to go to press with an accurate account of "The Ways and Wiles of a Hird of Prey." Miss Moose explains in a haply-misplaced preface that she would not have her dear readers think that her purpose is t< delve deep into the realm <>f hird lore. Rather than that she has written to fill what she con- siders a need long unfilled in social education. According to Miss Moose, these birds have not particular haunts and very doubt- ful habits. The only way to avoid ihetn would be to secrete oneself in a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 April 1936

each week d the Post O THK CAMHUM ('HAT, DENTON. TKXAK, THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 198« The Candy Cameraman Campos Life Portrayed k Pictures ates furaishc ril'SS iIff lot* should Hi- br< •ed. No asm AGER TOR TOR R (>t 111 h I lean, n;ar; laleigh I sr> SOR plan, whit 'hat. is im' it ion oth< > with gn dm in intra tiinis and lly to ouf would r in its i iitii lllltloullb •a ted iii t all folic iken in tl lit stop w iinati in MOW ill III III sitae itr under as some plan is m it is de life h' Uptiiiv: tn IMTKIN the < ar dition, th lejfin now mention ill In of t <h pry ill • ('ampu* oiial new •nt sumi't will l>< n ite Ication ik ilTering tl Dure we one cour Idepai t men numbi lair sofcool itttlmrui' I i'..\ .-i nnu ■ sioii. lsh«' wan ]■!' IN IV. uUIM'S. \ It i nliii'i - !-• >ul<i do i |plny in a fill. -peai- hderstand |l|M ipleS o debate. ■ illsine | y mi tte cells t< list, hist Jr<"i|'iiri>l. ['I'Ste H li' ii nd tei r "V V v v, \ *** "Wluit. i« this all ...

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

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXA8, THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1 M DEBATERS FINALLY CAPTURE SOME TOURNAMENT • I Helmting the question,"Resolved thut the Supreme Court of Amer- **U'H should U- ipoM<| of Kolliw I" ' he •finiii |„.\ nt t)],. f | • Debate dub, composed of Llyod Jelly ami Bess Swear, took first prize at the anntiul Arguers Con ference at Argyle, Texan, where more than three hundred college* mid universities and two kinder aaitens from all over the United Males look part in the free for ulllulso annual). •The team was accompanied by a group of 11 h noble supporters consisting of Rupert Coach. Crank Seairtlll, Ellen Hanging, Kury I lee k l.owen. Tessa Bicyinger, Slower ^Keel. and th - sponsor, Mrs. Oliver Vl< .1 inns ( loiison This group of loyal friends was beneficial in the (>i itigmr hack of the tin cup award <■'1 a.u first prize. The cup was artistically decorated with a pic- ture of Mickej Mouse. A las Mrs t Ion son, upon arriving t "Uiiil to hei dismay that the judg ...

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

1HE CAMPUS CHAT. UBNTON. TEXAS, THUMOAY. APRIL 8, MM Crisco men Train For Duck CkarM RACE each we t tha Po Ues furi fM OffII •h«>ulii l>« 1. No UJKR mm TOR R alph hi' Rouen aleigh I 'OR plan, w "hat. i.s Lion. O with j minis! iups HI >■ to o would its en uiulou iled in all coi Kelt ill stop man 11 now in se sine untie as som Ian is it is r life tpting t IITION the Ci ition, t jrin no- mentio l e of 1 pryi ( ampi nal ne\ it soint ill bo i ite 1 page t JpllvT" 9Cri pillft By Nude Devilla ! SPORT ENTERTAINMENTS: College land mar Me tournament contestants launched their first successful tournament thin past week, and approximately time youngsters made the team. (Note three tried out for it.) The con- testants took a pledge for foul play, poor upor*smanship, and sor- did language. The rulea of the if a mi' were read to them ailenlly, and are as follows: "All con testants of this here marble tour nament must be at least 30 years of aire, wear long panto, shoes, must have the ment...

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