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

- 0 c y Geography Club Elects Officers The Urography Majors Club met for the flnt time this term Monday injfht at 7 o'clock in the Collage Club House. The meeting wu called to ardmr by N. H. CImwy, the president Talons Meet at Home To Instruct Pledges in Rites The Talon.-, held their reifular meet- ing last Monday niarht at their home at ltjiXi Ylmt Oak Street for the pur- from i M year, and r.^ulsr routine I* * uf ""J"**"* lh* «vanU« business occupied the t'irist part of i ' ' *® lt'e c*r,'>',n* out «f the trfiliiiliknu "MaII U/a*lr *' TUn — the meeting. The latter part was devoted to the election of officer* for this year. M is? Ellen Jolly of Belkvue was elected president. Other officers chosen were W. S. Cook, vice-presi- dent; and Anna Belle Henron, secre- tary-treasurer. The Geography Majors Club is com- posed of student* who have selected traditional "Hell Week." The pledges will be given a thorough test during the week which will determine their eligibility as members. Th...

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

STAGE HANI) WILL GO TO PONDER TONIGHT exhibit of textiles shown in m. a. bi.DG. vnum (Uy in#1 H*r,<l p. Ye Modem Fetdt Store In the •howrM** at the end <f Mm m th< M—p jm mmm 1Mb., natar tfc« tMi «wl Own (H b• mm an «>|§ m £N nt* ChM i«* | ,g nre ff*gmmta at teatilM |,r-«M a prtrgcurri /rtm s|j ^ w«rld. torn* e# tfc* f th„ thi- T C. j pim-M «r«t Mvwit hundred j ir «M. Ht ItUrt f'ornt Fair, ..there M*. wpiii'iiOttw «f •nrfwnetiMftt W mora modern «r rfc, V*ri«i tfjHBi of ' r.u*t«riaU and d i*n ir« included in jgMgpgHBHMKac «h* ewibit, which c#wW at rml NjMMtinwnU at |«aaant art. Oriental, and othar MM Stafford ««id yaatardmy. Jim Aahburn, who i« now t«*aiii ir E *li«h and dim-unit th* orehMtn jn Hoym City Hi*h School *11 in 4 Don loo thi woafc*ttd- NOTtCE! f —— "fHtt the prMtdont* at the var- torn* eu!i«rar« organisation co-op •rot* with tho Yaeca rta* by leorinc iMr MM, Mm nanat of their orgMiution, Mid their HUmi in Yucca mrhmii box in the Administration NllM> 1 in* b...

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

' m i s KM- Chatter Box LAMAR rLY Bah. Hah: The lure of th« pigskin u not tha only attrac tion for the numerous T. C. student!) who have been regular spectator* at the gamm up at Eagle Stadium between certain high schools of thi district. Yeh, J. T."t we all saw you helping lead the yells for Den- ton High up there last week. That was a cute li'I blond cheer leader they had! VOLUME XVII ■—- . 1 — NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1932 ■■III,II,I.-!,. Ml, iff Hit iniii'mm NUMBER 4 I ECU KI RS TO Council Selects BE PRESENTED | Students To Head ON ARTS SERIES Two Publications No Admission Charge A half-holiday ought to be declared on account of "Captain" Lumpkin finally ha* a new haircut. We've been afraid for the la«t two months that he was going Bolshevist or Bohemian on us, or something awful like that, and we were just about to go around and take a collection for him. Now's your chance, gals, to peer behind the brush and get a glimpse of T C.'...

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

d "r~ .. f.j iMudeaO of the North T«>m Tearberi Get lege, (•• -it< o, Tesas lit hrtterad m Sewed Class Mail Mat- th# P<«s toff ice at Irentev tmrn ' itsremher *, it i« 1 f 2 KXA« INTKitCOLLKGIATK f'KKSjj ASSOCIATION I pHaW ■ < Andrew .Hwenson Amw (Ate Kditot ... j ~ trfHMf Wjb Assistant Editor .. - R«rtrMKl Hsflin Society Kditors Lala 8*11« Curho ami Kdith Foot# •• COkUM.MgT* _ Lama* Fig, B< i-traml Hsflin, IMm Belle turbo, hwwfc Hweaa*#, John HfciM. J'* Ougeohism, and Mrwart Jernigin ** f '1 — ttKPORTER.S ~ f >-U Ytebfmtgk, Sttbte Wright, < harle* .-saunders, I'M-ma i < • Bernard, Peggy I'at nail, Bill Chamber*, Kimfwr Hardy, liuth NcNell, Orel!* ( ul well, Mary M<ai 1« Mc< lurkao, and Vara McUurdy. The class >i. KrMCtiMh III taught by Mr. J. I>. Ha.li also 4«b# reporting to The Campus Chat 9«*m *s Manager Joe Hkiles supervisor Mr. J„ l> flail terary i'wi,.: p- light hmI H«fl n SCREEN and STAGE By Stewark Jernigan nit Telescope Jo* Guganh :m E...

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

PAGE THREE B* - J Now Members Meet With Talons First Time Monday Night Freshman Clubs To Meet Tonight All Freshmen are invited to join one of the four Fresh roan Clubs sponsored by Kappa Delta Pi th i year. it was announced recently. These clubs will meet tonight for the first time to organise and plan their ac- At the first called meeting since the all-night initiation, the Talona in- structed their sixteen new members Monday night in the rules governing membership, and made plans for the coming year. The traditions of thi* Meetings will be at the f«!- organization, which is the oldest one "w'n* on the campus for boys exclusively,! Social Ethic* Club, for those were reviewed by the president. , interested in contemporary social Last night the first of the monthly problem*, nieeta at 7 o'clock at Mrs. banquet* was held at the American ''riddle's office in the College Club Cafe with an a?most perfect attend- Hou e, ance, besides a number of "exes" who The Pine Arts Club, for those in...

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

■ I I I FOLLOW UP WITH S W E D t IXHNt. K * |vf^ Tir ag -ire*!, will t>« a nilwr ■ Hi.- tow. ,■ • Mank itetf in their <1 wit' art play another ktuJw 27. Dent n High •I I'•])««. eo tS -mmI Mb like • [VV' V H !- tsf rotiiHi ran trim wmm HMfi • pftltftCttiftT «|NM*4 pi uir.Kc, and befnrt- UU> Mtwil M mwctk >J«kr he will tarn in • victory or two W*r uppOIMrnt* <rf III* Wilmrth wan uff*rin# fn#m a during the itmft uttib to WMk (Nil far • more larfor* the idm< Ilia a i* th <-r>nimer>(t M# and La*t vMir Wilmeth wm a main- on the Croah *quad. and ha will into «ht)ir m< i |§*p: 'mi l*wm a nip and tuck baUl«- durtrijt the whole year IllMMI flfeMw and Wtl- math to faster mm« which i« Hi# het- | t#r man, ami it look* a* though they Vfl V III T MN *** a pair of evenly mashed die. KHUHH t'onefc .Sportsman** hari wr* look a MNMKi u-.i.-. ng W** n haivaa of th« ,T A^UCWI foothfdgame Friday night, but it wa< w MMt |y uwxpoetad. Simmon* P'" ■" •* ' >* "u'"' "'«•* ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1932

m > 1 . I ■ The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY I VOLUME XVII 1)0*1*1 Crowd, Boy* The loafer* on the corner thought that Santa Claus had ««m« at laat when the Brownbilt Shoe Company started giving cigars and cigarettes over there last Thursday morning. Some snowies who have bummed their smokes since '76 stocked up enough to last them for weeks to coine, and Cremo and Old Golcf stock took on a sudden rise that must have given the Wall Street brokers heart failure. But you can't satisfy some guys. "Gosh. what tightwads," griped Bill "Snipe" Stanford. "They didn't even give us matches.' Number, I'lease This new student directory is a big help to loth the students ard the deans. "Boy, am 1 glad t.> see it!" said a secretary to one of the deans in a specially arranged interview yes- terday. "They've been running me ragged looking up numbers of girls' boarding houses around here, es- pecially on Saturday afternoons." Anyhow, if there are any women whose friends won't tell them why they're not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1932

PACK F'H ; flSft 0i T Z5G5H stored a* iWo d Claxn Mail Mat Poatoffiet ni Draton, Texas, «, 1 IC MM B*.K TEXAS INTWCOLLEGIAT* PRESS ASSOCIATION ....yt- ■ nfffnjl' tfnsana it jamais WIMmr - Mas Aa.Mt.at §m ffcrtrund Jlefifc Society Kditor* L«te Bails Cur bo ami Kdtth •- COU/XNISTM - r Fly, IlertrarwJ Jhffiri, Lola H.;l„ . urfc,, ~~9 "wenson, John SkUaa. Ja« fiugenhtem, ami Stowart Jsrnigan. ~ ftfSPOttTKKM - Fr*da Yarbrough, Noble Wright, <harto SaMMlm, Heraadm. Imti, Peggy Uamali. Bill Chamber,. "ar*ly, ftttth NcOdette Cutwti, Mar* MaarUr McClurkan, and Vara Mctiurdy, The claas .n Kngluh 351 taught by Mr. J it. Hall also doe* reporting to IN, Cwmpm Chai *■— *' **>" im m,tm ****** Sir J U Hall Misut Quotation ma run Warn r# #r* /Ar mi, „f ,k, ,mA. „ ,A> w, M MNf, « *„If tt ft,, > St. Matthew. V, IJ Thui (.hi mm rn . Wmsk 4 «wa*"# gtn*r;i,tv .« ,4* an „/ h„m , ♦ ttartrand Ru* «ll ~™-Hl W /iow A'aij/f B #// // He? I rocrastwatiou i* donned a* ' >tel«yiug from time to tint*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1932

s®ag§- igfPPgt 1811 o ========== Geezles Entertain With Bridge Party As Social Friday With about thirty couples in attend- ance. the (leejsle- entertained with their first social of the year in the form of a bridge party ut the home of Myron Taliaferro, Hann Avenue, Friday night from 7:15 to 11:00. About twelve tables of bridge were in progress during the evening and other games were enjoyed. High score watt won by Buster Keeton and low score was won by Swede Swenson. I.amar Fly won the prfoe for high cut. Following tne party, the group adjourned to the Eagle Cafe for a late supper serve*? in banquet style. 172 Are Members of W. A. A for Session Committee Named by . Talons To Plan for All-College Dance The Talons held their regular meet- Gammadions Hear Talks on Nature Twenty-four members of the (jam- mad ion Society met in the College Club House last Wednesday evening for a program given by a natural science group. Foster Garrison spoke on "Chemistry in Everyday Life"; NV>vella ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1932

FOLLOW UP WITH SWE DE r \klvg mm w): I.a t Wt DOWN nn p * ® Kf that ..«&* W MICi M unnwMnj !^<nirh>> n -, bat tkw ytir ill* weepinit I of Clyde Littl'told, Oraag* and Whit® I coach. mmmtd |t< have had it* affect. I and the Awrtituies turned hack ttol ambit km* jpoung Hirtlo, IS There! wa* no doubt about if, T < feared | Hire. They counted that gam. a* thi u>ugtost «8ptp nctodele, simply fan- cause >if the Jin* Tmta* waa rated • sltKht • <!*<< la wry department, apparently on taper, an# far <li matter In cor«* of pwwimw game*. Varsity Eleven IHALLOWE'EN- Givea Scrimmage By Frosh Monday but there ware many who belie* tfajkt *y%i< Rice Jin* would hold m m "Bli the cruss-ceuatey team. would Mart allowing •> Httl# of til* power that w in then.. Saturday, Jikts a dream eras* true. tto local* emiUmirsd th*H urn-iuyt of a* SM* 'UmS tor •* ,#*M 00" *"* University harrier* under a top heavy score Malcolm §MWi running hi* ' ®* ftrtrt year •• e verity ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1932

Chatter Box LAMAR FLY m Now. J Wonder It teamed that Da me Nature oerself had gone musical last Thursday night between halves at the football (tame when High O'er the Field of Battle" came floating out of the woodfc from •very corner of the park. Floyd ought to train his musician* to pick tome time other than during football games to wander off to answer the call of the viki. And another thing: What was the pressing bun mesa that kept that trombonist underneath the grandstand after everybody else had >,otU;n in tne? 2 If — f rv — — —— VOLUME XVII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHEKS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1932 NUMBER 6 DEANS ANNOUNCE CARD FOR DANCES THIS TERM What NeatT Kid the women all you like about their Empress Eugenie* and similar ki.ick-knacka; but some of our big old mean he-men with hair on their chest* are not much better. Who was it that started the idea of wear- ing these adagio sweaters, or polo shirts, or whatever they are? I've been wondering ever sinc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1932

1§ I 1' t St. ■rS'r 1 tnfth Ttxiwi ItcmmI amp- Beriran<l Hfjlin itera SCREEN and STAGE By St#wart J«rnigan DUl Telescope | Jo* Gugenhe.m IT I f THE OWKUinr. :mt. ciiroutio*. «k.. gj;, I — kjmjiweu Ut the act or cong**** M6«tt *«. IMt T ' Chat |.nto*«d as ftrrirwit g)sm Mat! Mat at the Paateffk* at I***, VlNMa. December «. 1*1« IBFH TKXA* INTKRCOlXKGlATE " PRKS.S ASSOCIATION Assistant Editor . k „ r-nnwir 1% ■dttor - Sffttiwl HeO* itor* M* • « Curbo sad MH * *• ■ — COLUMNISTS - imii Fly, Itortrand Ula Belle Curbo, S*Mb Sarenswt. John tUtae. Jw Cugenhi.-m, and Stewart Jsmigan - REPORTERS ~ Freda ¥arbr ugb, Noble W right. Charles Haundm. Her adine Barnard. Peggy Darnall. Bill ('h Tti.'Mtr«, Eleanor Hardy, Kuth NcNeil. Meetts Culwell, Mary Maarie McClarkan. awl Vera McCurd> Tbe class to English 251 taught by Mr. J, I). Mall also dees reporting to The Campus < hat. Business Manager Joe 8kil« .Supervisor Mr. J. D. Halt J QfOtyy AtlO N p«l tag Warn, ;~~ A marry fcearf M paed /ike ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1932

Warts Initiated To Green Jackets i m iSne pr|- The Own Jackets gave * picnic at the Lake for the wart* Saturday night, October 22 After the picnic an inform*] initiation was held in the A formal initiation was held Monday nighf at the home of Mr«. Marriott, 1319 W. Oak- After the initiation refreshments of brick ice cream ami cake* ware served. Mr. and Mm. H. M. Russell, eouncellors to the Green Jacket*, were preaent. Warts taken in are: Vera McCurdy, Ozelle Culwell, Maudcll Gentry, j Iva Louise Thurman, Mary Ellen Thurman. Videlle Grant, Marjory Bryant, Marguerite Bales, Sue Dillon. Bernice Malone. Henrietta Schuster Margaret May. Gladys Nelson, Louise Chatham, Cbarlenu Frances, Glenda Beville, Anna Mary Beville, Hazel Davis, Sutannne Swenson. Aliene Clark, Mary Evelyn Howell, Addle Milliean, Ara Bell Bates, Madonna Trail, I^oin Ledlow, George Kenna Rector, Caroline Currie, Mildred Hoiliday. CENTRAL TEXAS CLUB IS ORGANIZED TUESDAY NIGHT The Central Texan Club held its initial meeti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1932

FOLLOW UP WITH SWECE UK VHi ATS TAKE IT J ON THE NOSE th<- rival* of the rlMgU ' | week, th- M'int*vill* T««eh*r* O B*a reals took ft drubbing h*n.i* of ft tmm that Iwrt MB'* mmt gav« th- Gw ml Whil* ft r««] new*. th# Javelmaa 0fW)& A. * I The H'.g* ftrft still ft «• - kar of th* T I. A. A.. th* c*nf«aj|M Mat D* *o Collage withdrew from last ymr after tk* completion <rf the football MM, and ftrt making 'iijaft iwini hid for th* leagu* honor# in tlw <jM offwtefttkw*. I'nable to schedule more ih«n thrw (tames with r.th*r member* of the T I. A. A., the Javelina- played the Bearcat* to the fourth gam* of their .-onferenc- nehedule lit ft special ruling by the conference official* With elm out th« same hoe aj. thai wa* good enough to lie h 8i rVa grid*t#rw for the flag (a Mm Eaatern <HvU>on of the T I. A. % last ymr, the Hog* a**m ■ place* f•# thin MWM. to b* **« wMAitiiiii Cpalaw- WWJ PROGRAM FOR WEEK NOV. 1 - l«th INCLUSIVE FRIDAY - ftATIWAY "THE ALL AMERICANM with R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1932

The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY | I A Question | Answered ' The mystery of the tardy trombon- ist present*! last week ha* called forth the efforts of some of our roost adept amateur detectives, and Mime rather startling conclusions have been reached. The one fallacy of the re- sults U that none of them are even remotely similar — except those of two young gentlemen, who coincide in suggesting that the musician may have been waiting under the grand- stand for a streetcar; and somehow 1 hesitate to accept that solution see- ing as how we don't have any street- cars in Denton, Anyhow, the mystery ha* been solved by a voluntary exp anation ,'tom one of the band boys who should know. Hymie Laufer explains that Eual Dood Schmidt was under the grandstand looking for a nickel he loat a couple of weeks ago. Schmidt, it seems, is very distinctly Iriah. So that's that. If You Don't Mind The situation over at the hospital finally reached the point where Dr. Hayes had either to let Jack Elder out or s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1932

Pubiutwd by gtudsnU of the North Tom Stat* Teachers College, 1'enton, Inn Cui|m> Chat Entered aa Second Claas Mail tcr at tha Postoffice at IMmiImi, Texgfc ' X, IMS M*:MBEB TEXAS INTEBCOLLEttlATK PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Society Editor* •tab! Editor "'g;1;':".'.. t „ . Andrew Swonaan I .amar Ely ^ , r,P. B«rtrand Heflhi Lola Balk Curbo ami Edith Koote COLUMNISTS — Bertram] Heflin, UAm Belie Curb©, John Skiles. Joe Gugewliiem, and Stewart Jem if an — BEPOBTEBS — Freda Yarbrougb, Noble Wright, Chnrle* Saunders, Berradiae Barnard, Peggy Datnall, Hill fhamber*. Eleanor Hardy, Birth NeNeil, Oselie Culwetl, Mary Menrle McClurkan, and Vera McCurdy. The cla* in Engli*h 251 taught by Mr. J. D. flail also doe* reporting to The Campus Chat. Buainaaa Maaagnr Joe HkiUt* Supervisor Mr. J. D. Hall the til lami erary - holit P BerirantJ He|! in B«ut Quotation tm the Warn Tkurt is m Hm-harge in , . . war. — KccIonia*t« VIII. k Thouuht nm this Wskk : — A* long at war is reyaedml as wwkvd, it wHl n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1932

PAGE THREE Mr. Looney Speaks To Mary Ardens at Regular Meeting- Profeaaor B E. Looney, of the Englifh Department, wu the main speaker on the Mary Arden Club pro- gram last Monday night. In additiot to reading "Propapice" and other Browning poem* and certain "Son net* from the Portuguese" by Eliza- beth Barrett Browning, he digcuined the character of Browning romance. This Mluwed the presentation of the love story of the two poets by Denise Adkin*. In harmony with the theme of toe program, Marie Wilson accom- panied by Anna Lloyd C'ardwell sang. "Sing Me To Sleep". The club mng- song of the evening included songs popu'ar during the war as well as some famous love .songs. Lela Mac Kirby accompanied by Mrs. Mary Louise Wesson led the songs. A new feature initiated into the club program Monday night, was the informal pro- cessional, which was lend by Caroline Curry and Thelma CockreL. At that time the discussion centered around Tuesday's election. Hostesses for the evening were Frances ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1932

Lfi EAGLES NOSE OUT BEARKATS AT HUNTSVILLE ..I — OUTCOME HANGS IN P.AIANCE TO LAST MINUTE IN BATTLE OE POWER El I FORWARD W AILS LUUNfi COACH Sam Houston Gives Siscomen Scare by Making First Score WALKER'S PI,AC® KICK IH{ DECIDING FACTOR IN FRAY With ehanr** for * nirftrww championship hanging in Uw bellawe the green and whit# Had warrior* of the North Te*a« State Teachers Col lege came hack in the iaat quarter of their game with th* Ham Houston { B«arkat* and palled th* fray from Um fir* i*f|| * MM fata* victory, 1 to «. P *ying what had hew doped to be cellar, or n*ar cottar, occupant* in the c( nferenc rat* for 1932, the Eagle* found themselves confronted wlfan a team that had everything that makes a winning football eleven. From the opening whi tle the Sam Houston aggregation played h«ad* up, driving football, and took advan- tage of the break* which went their way throughout the fray. Comparative showed the Ham Houston Club to be one of the weak' eat in the conference, with def...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1932

1 I ■ The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY Th*y IxmI By A Hair If Frank Buck were to vi*it our campus on another "Bring 'Em Back Alive" spree four or five months from now, he would probably turn tail and run from some of the sights that would meet hi* gaze. It seems that some of the boys believe so strongly in Hoover's chances for re-election that they were willing to risk their very shaves with him. So, if you see what looks like the Smith Bro- ther* in the flesh strolling about the ground* next spring some time you will know it's just the result of another election bet. Hot Haines, the campus cut-up is one of them; watch him. Frr.rn present appear- ances, if he ever raises a vegetative growth on his face, it'll be white by the time it crops out. I Don't Believe It Little Stooart Jernigan, who took his first train ride last week, was so excited that he stuck his head out the window and got his cap which belongs to the College blown off. Some of the commuters say that the iron horse was loping...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1932

►d by Student* >f the North Texas TiNBclwfs CotlifSi .Dtfiion, Tiua (Jar CiMt Satan* m l—i4 Claaa Mail Mat- ter at tbt Pu toffk# at Denton, Tciaa, jtf*. r «' Dactmber . ttl« MEMBKR TKXAS INTEHCOLLKGIATK PBfcSS ASSOCIATION 5iifatt Awoeiate Kditor , Ulnar Kly Associate Editor Bertram) Heflin Society Editor* Lata Belle Curb© and Edith Foot* COLUMNISTS — Ely. Bartrand Heflin, t*A* Belle Curbo. Swaiuon. JoSn Skiles. Joe Gugenhiem, and Stewart Jerntgan — REPORTERS — Freda Varbrough, Nobis Wright, Charles .Saunders, Iterr.adine Barnard, Peggy DarnaB, Bill Chamber*, Eleanor Hardy, Ruth NcNeil, Oxelle < u'wtl!, Mary Maarle McClurkan, and V«ra MeCurdy Tha claaa in English Ml taught by Mr. J. D. Hall alao does reporting to The Campus Chat. Business Manager Joe Skiles Suparviaor Mr. J. D Hal) tk h - li e literary 1 am ■■g Berlrand H«jl in U SCREEN and STAGE By Stewart Jemigan How did you like tha poatry last waak? We thought it downright clever Margaret Fish back write* lor Tk* I Saturday...

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