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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1932

Eva Stapelton Speaks To Club Monday Evening Miss Eva Stapleton apoke on "Books" to approximately thirty mem- bers of the Elementary Council at a meet in* of that organization held Monday evening in the Mary Arden Lodge. The lecture was illustrated by an array of good books, picture* and other helps that would tetvd to make reading more enjoyable to children, it is reported. Roll call was answered with the names of favorite book* of childhood days, and the theme was further carried out by the sinking of old child- hood songs. The meeting wa« concluded with the taking of a flashlight picture for the 1933 Yucca. Jimmie Richardson and Jane Booth ' have been selected by the club to at- tend the Elementary convention to be held in Ft. Worth during the Thanks- giving holidays. Talons Meet in Regular Session At the regular meeting of the Tal- ons Monday evening in their home on West Oak Straet, it was decided definitely to dedicate toe next month- ly banquet Tuesday night to the fathers) of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1932

PAUF i- Oli K EAGLES WILL MEET TRINITY THIS AFTERNOON FOLLOW UP WITH HOW IT SIZES Iff NOW With a MM* more than half of the conference schedule behind «Mrm, the Ragle* wilt face this week one of their hardest « «* "I seaaon. They play th. Innity Tiger* in what is reputed to th<' game that will ((Ktiic almost sorely the conference champ ion for 1892 So far the locals h«v« met two tnmi that proved to he under the Raffle* In power: all three con- ference opponents hare been rated far helm* the Siscomen, but the gam* with the Huntuville Bearkat* proved to be a fray that stretched the Denton- it ex to their limit to win, Nacogdoches and Commerre Had been rated below the leeals on comparative dope, and neither eleven proved to lie a match for the (ireeti awl White warrior*, A. * I. IN THE VAN Last year the Eagle* were confer- ence champion* of the T I A A., due to th" fact, per hap*, that the College of Art* am* lndu*trie* were ruled ineligible after going through their conference aebed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1932

I Chatter Box LAMAR PLY Here Stepping Out Local radii 10 fans looked for a catch of *omn sort last Sunday after- noon whan a number by Ben Bernie the old maestro, wan followed by the announcement that the program wait originating from the "top of the Sou- thern Hotel in Denton, Texan." Of course, the Bemic performance came off a phonograph record, ami proba bly a "Hit of the Week" at that, but just the aame we do have a real, honest• to goodness broadcasting sta- tion right here in Big D . It boasts a full ten watts of power that is real power and an announcer who has Waiter Winchell laid in the shade. Ami, by the way, one of those num- bers Monday afternoon was rendered not by l'aul White man or Vincent Lopez, but by our own Teachers Col- lege Stage Band. There is plenty of hidden talent right here on our own campus if somebody only knew it: Little E, J. Reeves, so they say, sings exactly like Kate Smith, and then Jim Bray is a dead ringer for Cab Calloway. Besides that, there are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1932

n V S:- 1 1 it Hoover Married on at Home in St. Jo itera i V u SCREEN -a r\6 §TA§S by Slodetils of iM Nwth Twii n OilUw*. Campus Chat EnUrad a* Sawintl Ola * Mail Mil tar at Um Pwtofftfi at (fcMtttftt. tiiM. «. MM MJr.MKKK TBXAH INVIKOUIQ1 ATI pRKrts association a**,ami* Editor Awecutr Editor Ammfnt Rditor Andrew HWMMMI I.Boiar t'ljr Bertrand Hafttn iMr mmmik fkwhrty Ediu.1* ui Halle < urbo and Kditb Foot* — COLI'MNIMTS Lamar Fly. Ikrtiwd H«flin. \*>\ Belie turho. Hwed# BvafiMNt. John Skills, Joe .w, mid Stewart Jvrnifan KKI'OKTKHS Preda Yarbrough, Nobte Wright, « harle* Kaundm, lieriadtne Barnard, !'***> Darnall, Hilt < hambet«. Eleanor Hardy, Kuth NcNeil, Oaall* ' iilwaH. Mary Mearle Met iurkan. and Vera Mdurdy Th* ciaas in English 2M taught by Mr J l . Hall aiao due* refiortiiiic l«> The rampu* « hgt Skileit Buninaaa Manager SuperviBor Mr Jit*; J D Hull . I " 1 ' BMLC QlftlTATlUK lo* Tilt tt Ilk Thr kfufi "/ tf>' !>• kiI> iii ytltilhi l iit'i'lulyi titid t...

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

Blackburn Speaks To Industrial Ed. Club Monday Nijfht Speaking on the subject of "Indus- trial Art* an the Foundation of All Art*." Dr. 8. A. Blackburn di«t'U*Md the relative importance of industrial art* and their tearing on all trades at a fttag of the Industrial Educa- tion Club, hold at the College Club House Monday niyht. Avcortling to I r. Blaeltburn, Indus- trial Art* have a very important hearing upon all trade, and are «*- Ft>KI 'M V'OTKS TO GIVE aential for a complete uwlmtHdinc of these trade*. Discussing the stu- dent's viewpoint as a teacher, Dr. Blackburn stated that to be success- ful a* a teacher. one must lie whole- heartedly initmtod in the phase of industrial arts which he taught HOUSE PRESIDENTS The annual House Presidents tea will lw held Thursday after- noon December 8, at 4 o'clock, in the Mary Arden Lodge, AH house presidents are ur*ed to be present, and are asked to invite their faculty sponsors and land- ladies. Signed, AHTIK LIE JEANS. MONEY TO BUY FLOW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1932

pa(;k rm.K Five Eagles Find Places On Mythical Lone Star Team The Campus Chat's All 'Conference Mm n Hm Hen ton Brunei _ ^ Trinity AwHar ouaton iii .. Sam Houaton Ma kmc "*j| Cmmr McK-w«t Sa<ng'ks he. ] rea fttffei 'iuard ..mm*, San Marcos |J !>• nton Right Tackle Sonntag a. Healon mtfr mm Bight End (iwtloway Trinity Wright S liton Qwarterback Bushing Sawi Houston . Vw Mtltjr Halfback Pytaiui San Marco- Porter Ui .§m t Mn reo* Halfback Vaughan Iletilon WaJfcer . nlsii Fullback Autry Trinity All Lum Star Grid Ten Beasts Power in Every Department: All Selections Are individual Stars Three Men Placed On Second String <-onfentM* by an;. a real tower on i! By North Texans n,at ability, many ratu Wright Rated an lleit Ball- carrier in Conference This Hmmmni I'ENDEK'S COLLEGE SUPPLIES < Across front Manual Art* Building) H A N D W I V II K S C O N ¥ E t T I O X S n\ SMKHE SWRNMOM I', wry year ' lb* Hose of the grid u(, it hec-Mm#* the tank, tif Utf Kaxi- went, but he wa ly >...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1932

I 4 W I ■ V ■ I II I ■m 1 MB 3 is I 1H The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY Ju tiA«bW Homicide No jury in the United State* would have convicted the man who com- mitted mayhem on one of our fresh- men durinir the dance the other night. We found the slime behind the gym right after the dance, lying with his head in a mud puddle and blinking up at the star*. We lifted up hi* head like the rood Samaritan, and asked what had struck him. The patient blinked again arid replied through a rattle of uprooted teeth that he had been asked by a certain upperclass- man to step aside and that he remem- bered no more. The upperrtassman, he continued meaningly, had given him very explicit instruct ion*, just liefore stepping out on the dance floor to dance with a certain young lady, to tag him in exactly two minute*. The freshman had obediently ap- proached at the end of the prescribed period and inquired with a dutiful expression, "Did you want me to tag you right now?" The freshman's head made a very distin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1932

' m TOSS c-u^nres CHAT Tmm Pub; it. Stat* Tea. ' DE TEXAS, THE CAMPHrf CHAT, TBURSftVY, DICKSIMS 8, ll 32 W e libera i •iR|/u« Chat KnUr«i M Cls > Mail Mat ter it! ?,b# Puatoffieo at IlvntMl, Teaaa, 4 December 8, 1910 amp- light BetrlfonJ H«f! in MEMP.tiK TEX All INTERCOLLEGIATE 1 PRES.; ASSOCIATION Editor „ , ,^r. ...Mtttnm A *oi <*tr Editor lilMir Ely Amt/xitU* Editor wj JMrtrtrand Heflm Auktint Editor - «K % Phillip* S«K-i««ty Editor- IHollo Curbo and Edith Eootu ( "''" ^ Ofitt,!? M NIST8 — : ■' (Amur Ply, Bertram! ll«flin, l-ol« Ball* Cur bo, St.. Bwriuwwi, J«hn Ski to*. Joe (Stiffen ht.im, and Ht«w*rt Joralasit, - KEPOKfEKK — , Proda Yorbrou*h, Noble Wright, UharlM Sounder*, ttcrnadiM Barnard, i'vitity Marnall Bill Chamber*, Elrtwn Hardy, Ruth NYNoil, OielW Culwell, Mary Mearl# MrClurkari, and Vara MeCurdy. The cla s in Kngliah 251 taught by Mr. J. V, llatl aiao doe* reporting to The Compua Chat. IJNwUmmm M*r,a*«r I luporvmor Mr. Joe Hkile* J. U. Hail I | au- H Hi HI.I QU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1932

Navarro Co. Studes Entertain Saturday! Bridge and forty-two formal the principle diversion Saturday after - noon when the Navarro County Club ] entertained with a social at the col-' lege club-house. A color scheme of green ami white was carried out in the rooms of the club-h( Mae in the decorations. The same cojlor scheme was carried out in the refreshment course. Margaret Liay, vice-president of the club, ami Edna Roberta, chair- man of the social committee, served a« hostesses. Flftern memliers at- tended. DENTON, TEXAS, THE CAMPUS CHAT THIRSDAY, DECEMBER «, 198a CLUBS / SOCIETY W. A. A. ARCHERY CLASS GIVES FROLIC AT CLUB Almut twelve members of the W. A. A. archery class participated in a frolic at the Country Club Thurs- day afternoon. The manager of this division of the W. A. A. is Mar- garet Bray, and it is sponsored by Miss Beulah Harris. Archery prac- tice was the principle feature of the afternoon. A picnic supper consisting of sand- wiches, fruit, and cake was served to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1932

u 1*4 P C Fiv. f v— r«E campus that THI'R.KDAY, DECEMBER 8, It DENTON, TEXAS FOLLOW UP VKITM SWEDE been rung down ' mn J «t y*r It i-j inn «#tabtUh*wi fact thai* Hh> Irenton Kagler were th* j'hampton. in IBM NAIOIOABO IN TIR (JWSMOOT { Wednesday night • w«*fc ag<< ■ j tSHM editmn of r<mch Terrene* My Another f<w<rt>*i! i and the curtain har in Iw.on at lea t iti 8 of IMS. far the Eagla* i KeWlsfOl HeSfWI. t^tbap# • cctmaful ever enjoyed by *' d White team, A l rge part of Um| ^ in] r drt f.,1 tt,. -i.f !>'•■"r<( y th« Kagb u«* go to none other !lh<t hl(f thrae r«*n for ^,,<1^, voyage i *n th | I the helm of rhumptniwhti. trail. Two gam— have Ted Wright Chosen on Associated Press "Forgotten Men'' Squad In Alan Gould at Quarterback Post | rati*'* Kagle basketball team showed •t.«ei.-,l#r (t# mmtr, it,, t|„. firat time thi* year w*" * a#a)a*t a *lr«og Or Pepfwr 0- h* m"«t d^i^ient five from Italian, and • •"■•■ItujiiBd in a eonvfnem* vMtnry Prow which *...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1933

L Chatter Box LAMAR FLY la 'fij Mt-moriam This spate Wl* dedicate reverently to the memory of on* of the moat in- spiring men that it ha* evei been our privilege to know. He was <tn«* of Wjp very few persons of our acquain- tance who wa* entirely free from at- taint of hypocrisy. HI* every deed the word ami thought originated in the depth of his heart. elae he would not have committed it. Simple, un- selfish, and unaffected a* it wax, bin life should tie to us a glorious appeal for fair play and above-the-hoard con- duet, May he rest in peace! • False Alarm Every year for the past decade VOLUME XVII PREXY MARQUIS MAKES ADDRESS IN CONVOCATION ORCHESTRA PLAYS { LEGISLATIVE REPORT DIS- CUSSED FROM STAND- POINT OF EFFECT ON LOCAL SCHOOL NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1938 NUMBER 11 Speaks For Sc Noo Year Rezlushuns Addressing the student-body at the] first convocation of the winter quarter, Dr. K. L. Marquis, pres- some time around December 20...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1933

CTHL&T l-'ii' , "bj tit t)n* North jT« Sf.atv *f H'4r" i 11 '■ f.i ri TKXA8 INTERCOM*] t'HKHH ASSOCIATION ...... „,,w.JA«MII HATE Umir Fly S Editor -.1-...- ... Bertrand Heflin ! itstaat imhsw . j| tMhy Phillip* j KtliUtre Uli Batte <url o imi Edith Faato I - COJ.I MNIKTH «~ r Fly, Bertram! Meflin, tools Belle Cttriw. J tic Kweiwon. John HMlea, Jm (iugei.twim, awl 1 Jerri Igllfc - BEPOItTEKM « Freda Yarbrouah, .4aWe Wr #hi, Charie* Maunder*. J adine Harris rd, I'evsiey Itornall, Bill i himlnri, j Har4y, Ruth XcNVii, 0 «Ife Culwell, Miry M<' lu - n, and Vera McCurdy. Tbe c!««x in Uiiglinh Ml taugHt by Mr, I, D. Hal! also (Jot1* reporting to The Campus Chut. - Mana*<?i HKMIiiHirivi'. Jim Kkile* Mr. J. 0, Hall —<rr~ tl 11 imj HurtAium n> tm Wee* t~~ A good mmr m to be rhumm rather than great' <«•*<#. - FyoveriW! Ti'.l, TKile THIS WKBK • Wasn't Ihr dspretmia* terrible! -■■■«■■ Internationale! Of alt ihtf lennruaire* } >!(♦'n «n the flob<e, probably now i* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1933

SENIORS TO SPONSOR ALL-COL LEGE HOP Y I**' WAA Election Held Talon Formal Is Monday Afternoon Held Here During Christmas Recess At the first W. A. A. executive _____ meeting held last Monday, an execu- Carrying out the plan of last year, tive committee wan elected, composed the Talons gave the second annual of the following members. Margaret dinner-dance in honor of the alumni Bray. Loyce Ledlow, Tresaie Marriott, and their guests during the Christ- Gene Rogers, Ara Belle Bates, mas siolidays at the American Cafe Georgia Blair, and Donnie Cotteral and the Woman's Club. The organi- and Edith Kebeck of the physical education department. The W. A. A. sport* to be offered this term are: field hockey from 4 to 5 o'clock, and tap dancing from & to 6 o'clock on Mondays and Wednes- Michael Ang-elo Mary Arden Rk a chem- and math- days; ping pong from 4 to 5 o'clock, and basketball from 5 to 6 o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All gifts are invited to participate in any or all of these W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1933

FOLLOW UP >• Leads Team WiTH fr rjr MKHKH NKW > EAR Ear !•*« rmmer WIIIPI'INI. ( MAMPION'K DOWN HI'.Ml HttuHay night in Haiti* Gym; te™--r r . •« h Myr el«-'« Kaifl.* > took th* mea«irr« of ttnyior lij ivvr«ity'* I'JiJ ,..,r < h,i nfMfitu of fh«- S<Hf(hw<- t fVmfwr-j wi wilt •* ««. Ul * f«*h)«>n that might fc a din- j urspi«t> t« nam*. h«t nov«rth« «• /iMir. >• . m * fa-hion whkh rounuxl. It r U>m '■■*. th<- ojrinwn of many that Baylor , Th«y v ll have to run into some nrw talent, 'ountry «r lot'k if they oupact to retain the t thru# tit If they held last year. They dto- j wed hy >iayed weakt ea« in every depart-j in. The ment. arid had they l**n utronjfer in at *#v their aMiity to hit th - haaket when j mtMl*m were «uf the opportunity tame their way. the •d pedal fatremltice, outemnv of the fray would doubtleaa tMMt important «w|«i|>m*fl4 for a have l eeft different Thi* merely X"** ■ihouid the Ragle* eop the «" show fm inf« M ym. J It. MOOMt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 January 1933

The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY VOLUME XVII LET THAT BE A LESSON Dr. Myers' address in chapel Tues- day morning should have made some of you squirm in your seats for th« way you have been making (port of the physical deformities of other*. Poor little Popeye Ramey, for in- stance—it is enough to make one's blood boil to see the way he is gibed about and jested at; it's a wonder that his personality hasn't been com- pletely smothered. Of course, when it comes to the facts, Popeye rather I reminds me of the city of Dallas; that is, his growth is mainly in the outlying sections. But he should be I made to feel that it makes him a | distinctive figure on the campus, ami not a joke. That's Psychology. THE MAN- WHO WAS ABSENT One popular young man who was conspicuous for his absence at the j Senior Dance last week was that dance-floor go-getter. Honey Herring. Persistent hounding of the well-I known man-aboui-the-campus by an inquisitive reporter brought no more satisfying results than an almos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 January 1933

■racs c>j^n r"s ■: ...v: Psi Ti Student* of Om North T«a* tvt Callage. Dentoa, T«um Chat Eater** a Haaaad Chi* Mail Mat- at «! « i'uatoftvr U lttfltan. Teaaa, lirtwiwr t. I l« Ht.HBKk TEXAS INTKftCOLI.KQIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Andrew Swen*oa UMr Fly Bert ran til Iteflia Shelby Phillip* Editor A**ociat<- Editor ■ AMittr editor AuMtMt ^ditur Satiety Editors Lot* Bell* Curbo aad KdHh Pott* — <;oli NNisrs — Fly. Bertraart Iteflm, Lata Bell# Curb*. Swaaaoa, Join Hkitm. Joe (iugtmtmlm, MMt Stewart Jernifan HEfuKTfcH.S ~ Freda Yarbrough, ftMMa Wright, < hark* Bumdmm, Bar adiiw Barnard, F*#iry Oarnall, Bill Cbambara, Eleanor Hardy, Huth NrNtil, OaaUa C ulwell, Mary M«arU Mr* lurkan, and Vera MeCurdy Th* elaa* m Kngliah 2- 1 taught by Mr, J. D. flail aim doea reporting to Tb* r wi|>«* Chat, . i'K! White* Mr. J. 0. Hail Busia*** Manaa«> Super «teer iAerarv {lie ^ BSF ber;rofid N«|l in amp 1 BlBLC (|WTATJoK «'* TH# tt ttk . |*f *?« My trkwM*, if g* 4# the ikmy* whiffr t com- W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 January 1933

I Talons Re-elect Officers To Serve For Winter Term Looney to Speak to Ides Club Tuesday An election of officer* occupied the time at the regular meeting of the Talons Monday night in their house on Oak Street, it was reported Wed- nesday The officer* of last term were reinstated unanimously with the exception of the vice-president, the Members of the Ides Club, Latin iepartinentel organization. will an Napoleonic Kl'.t To swer roil call Tuesday evening with ^ DisCUSSed At Arden Meeting- CLUBS'"SOCIETY a statement about some famous Latin' author. Winona Everett will talk on "Our Uebt to Greece and Home." After a Utin son*. B. B. Looney of Taking the Napoleonic Bra as their the English department will sjteak on main subject for discussion, the Mary uffke bein* loftvacant'bv thiwithllv*lut* «f 1-atin from the Stand- Ardans will present a varied program drawing from M ofcZZI P*« of an Knglish TSach,r." An .< **«• in the n-gula, meeting Schroer. The following officers took specially ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 January 1933

Till-: big FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE arrangement* have mud* kjr the authorities for tk* show- is* "t the mttrn University of Kouth wn California Notre I m«- it«rw whieh *u played Detfemher 10 in lb IMW Im 1—rt to h—<— |«MV| 1 thletex Prepare For finny Season In W inter Term FI(iHTI* , TIM, THE GUN ttOUNM Tur <i , m|M DM lulu pem<)«* «•* that tlwj n«i just enottgh stuff and should wiWfr in malie arrangements a« m u re t« d..*« it ramie M. Clair's! to ***" « . pw«Mt of sectaries of .Southern M*th«di t rag* artist* la, the lift* football p*rad>- Thr picture whii i* a>d to have been hw of the bring* the spectator to within a f* m t ir «Mw ww played by ""d* « ' «wy p *y. and some ^ the r.|f Or urn a lilt Utile eqttad. Never mare important bit* of th game sr# <i>:-tng the entire fray were tit* local* 'inalyxed for the audience through the more that ft point or two ahead of medium of slow motion. ftee It! It th.i Southwestern (oufnwc entry. is coming an an added attraction ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1933

1 I The Chatter Box LAMAR fly SERVING notic* The lid ic off, folk*! Henceforth, thin column will be the official gar- bage can for the trash of the achoot — bo hold* barred and no bole* deep enough. From here on. you'd better mind your own bUKtnetia or you'll find Homebody elite minding it for you. If you see a mysterious black-cloaked figure under the Eagleatane parlor window on Sunday night*, don't ahoot -—just run up and catch us with a half-N'elaon and we'll promise that in return for protection the dirt on you will be spared or at least tempered down — maybe. Pv special arraniremeti*. the Chat- ter Box has secured the services of the well-known Walter Winchell of ihe West, Ihe Midlothian Meddler, Dood Dirt-Dobber Williams, famous, inter- national spy. l.ook out, people! This is his debut! A GAME? Why was the heavily bearded young trumpet player playing hide and seek (or was it just hide) with it shadowy figure on the campus Monday night? Never you mind, lady, you found him —and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1933

r %' 1 K if r«'4 t?ki- DENTON. TEXAS, THE CAMPUS CHAT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1#. 1983 PAGE TWO erory p-hg1 Bertrand Hejlin tpem ckat ishtd t >- ■ i« ids < y' Simla 1 - •'"itaflB, HftllMI, T«M Campu* < hat Entered mm Sseond Cia* Mail M«' Ur at the Postolfn* At Jfcntor., Teias, l)«r«l Wr t, l t« MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor „ . .. Andrew ftwerison A*mxi t.r Editor „ l* f Ely Aaseciat* Editor - Bertrand Jleflin Awlrtwt Editor - Shelby Phillip* Socjpty Editor* Lola MBe Cur bo and Edith Foot* — COLUMNISTS ~~ Umar Ely, Bertram! Heflin, I*oia Boll* Curbo. Hw<m1« HWnrwon, John 8ktl«, Jew Uugnnhcim, and Stewart Jernigan. — REPORTERS — Fred* Yarbrough, Nobi* Wright, Charlm Haunders, iierf,adin* Msmard, Peggy Oarnpll, Bill CkMlboro. Eleanor Hardy, Ruth NeNell, Oseile Culwell, Mary M*ari« McClurkan. and V«ra McCurdy. Th* elaa* in English 231 taught by Mr. J. D, Hall alao dwi reporting to Th« Campus Chat. Btwines* Manager Jo* 8kil«a Hupervisor Mr. J. U. Hall Bibu...

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