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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 7. 1 M CHATTERBOX Hy SHORTY There'll Mill lots of fishing to day night, following an Alpine In- done i l the lake. hut it seems, motif, succeeded in making a sue According to report*, thut some of restful climb liy having to Kivi- the fishing parties that were only one slight hitch to rop planned to take place al Million This occurred while the group * us lice's Island have not been such trying to slay on a high note of success during the past week, convulsed yodel ing. A general some ingenious person carved a "good time was hail hy all." One life like ligurc from the ami and U" in remarking up . , , , on the triteness of thi.- phrase r1*""1 " M'U'1' lhHt -aid. -If you don't think that we |hc moonlight added to its gro- alway- have a wood tune, why ti sipic resemblance of a bodv don't you trite." Several good Tale* FnAnHty I pk| wyyuMypn *• PtiNc Pmm Ledge la Site of Farewell Dinner At S*utk«rn Seventy mem Item and guests of the Trojans ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 May 1936

THE C >S ItlAS THl'MtDAY MAT 7, 1 M i § On k«ln wd V. . At tiv.stist ,.v f - w. vvt w*t A w • v' TY-r... - .. • a«c. c tv s a'. '." w h ><* ~ ■ •• . . *- . «■ .* s« t t \ v f t ■> -«> • • *p«! during v e WAT "hcMP «ft WHKUtftt1' 4ipriHMMR lUfcs t A'MXV. " •1 A * "ft M *' ItMt; t a ;vj ;a "• .• • v. IMHR t4w 1 mUmI HMM '.t .• ■>;«*;«<: - a*e\ m ' -.>• > taking ad*-arta#r v. r.-ytr <■,. % •. .- r t- - at f • tna;n factor* ah'-eh aiv - . > V v ■"- ••*.-.>• - ; vr uagatKla •■■■■.;*> -• : •• • - V - ;• • -- . V* 'v <« x . t * f- * tr* :ru> *" ;rrA- - nvr J US? t *y -.oe.-. vf Mr urn m the dhagler ""Ir T -> s t V '1 fW , BJB ...... §*•■«* 'hit' V . - ' "*!" "•■"•' v A£A ~ - , v t<" i IS t a?'.\ r> '" VWr-nr, of the * h- . J*' * «■ 41 "V - * «*M* ■* i;.-r ■ :i- t: > a* * ouxi efi't*." " r,. * a i* ssajt- • c-" r* -.it •• • :- ••-•*.'f o a tr..,:.- t. rvs twaher V * - ar . • a h* '' ' A v ** A hft.. ■ Mrfcaii A • -fcivitn. t> 4| a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1936

Attend Final AU-College Saturday Night Campus Chat i oLl ME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 14, 19 6 Ul 11 1 it* | j f (il rfl€fl IMOIES From The DAY'S MWS SKI VSSIK TO VISIT TKX \S? DON'T TKH— ITS A MECKET! I'HK IIKM SEN \TOK FB >\| IDUIO Distribute Yuccas Next Week The skeptics who Ivll around that the Texas Centennial Celebration psn't going to l)i- put over in a big jjvay arf due for a change of face. > roni distant Jeru*alem comi's the Hi w Ihat Hnile Selassie, lion of Jii'Va. has received an offei of f150.IMM) to spend four weeks in t>111 a s during the celebration. We wonder how much it would Im- worth to bring Mus- solini to IrtaK? [ The "secretly-built" impregnable Vault located in Fort Knox, Ken- tucky, which is to hold six billion dollars in gold for the government, |i- reported to Ix- nearly completed. Admitting that the structure i- ■ imposed of two stories of stone •nd steel with underground coin ■artment-s, we lad t«• see w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1936

THE CAM PIS i HAT. DKNTON. TKXAK. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1 M Eagles Retain Title With Easy Victory At San Marcos Tofrnr Winner Captain BROKE* MY LOSS; STAR ATHLETES IN SPITE Of SOiitiY TRACK Deiitaa Ta Be By Bower Evans I'm niK the entire held rtn rain- drenched and soggy track at San Marco* Saturday to ■etri'-tet a convincing total of K.'l point*, the North Texas Kagle thinly-elads upset all opiiosition and retained a firm grip on their track and field cham|>k>n*hij> in the fifth annual cindet classic of the loop. The San Marcos Bobcats, pre-meet favor- ite*. came in a lam< ueond with ftS points; Commerce took third — — honor* with 2!« marker*. Stephen Texan Athletes Will F Austin fourth with 10. and Sam Houston last with 5. Charier- Irby, Southwestern da*h man who amassed 11 1-4 points foi individual honor*, waa pushed , closely by Duane Abbey of the Whwi ,ht' if test athletes in K a tries with !<> .'5-4 points. Abbey all Texas assemble at the track made his point* in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1936

* TIIK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAH. THURSDAY. MAY 14. ltt 6 CHATTERBOX B> SHORTY \s. i msive week finis1.''."' |)iri way you tak< 'em, they're JJear to anyont'; but have you (thought i us I how «• x t ravagant litllik' kui -iI may I" over the •nil. By careful checking Itr.akirtg positive arithmetical ||lt 1 ions we llAW diM-overed if a person wi'M to H|K>nd. in average per hour, what hi' on a visit ing kmI friend he spend, in a year, if hi- wm ip to splurge at the sunii' rate, lh $5mi.'.12 This will average ■ rents pet hour for tlic period ■mi' that ihc icui'Ht remains. Ai we haven't finished vet. This ■jnl would pay his hoard and laundry, and tuition to T < fit wo nine-months' session*. and /• six weeks' summer sessions. ■ hat length of tllil< It Would tilde for him to vet off at evellty tive semester liotli- if he was an apt student lie ' ? improve on this . . . Think your week-ends might mean u in the long run . that I > I * I Mi \<>ii don't get married!! S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1M6 jwcii^nts—- ' Main Line West " by Paul Morgan, published by Harper Brothers, New York and l^ondon. ISWfi (>ne of the most interesting introductions read in :> long time is the one to "Mam Line West"; Paul Morgan writes the introduction in the form of a letter to his brother, Ho- ward. giving his idea of the influence of a country on a people. In hi- own words. "The West is a country of beginnings: maybe it will always be so. and maybe the things it will start into being in the future will have much to do with nourishing the rest of the nation. It is often rude, and life there ha- a directness in people's way* and thoughts, like the weather they live under When there is so much space of land and sky. a man or woman reflects that, in- stead of the careful spacings of close human society, and thi- sky is capricious with storm, and the land is subject to it. "There is a very great beauty in this frank relation and influence of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 June 1936

WELCOME EW AND OLD STUDENTS f&ht Campus Cljat NSW ANDOhB ST V DM NTS ME XX NORTH TEXAS STATB TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1986 ,746 ENTER IN 4 DAYS OF REGISTRATION Cavalcade, Featuring T. C. Students, Opens Saturday '>• in, I i ' \<IIS From The I ws \ ws n \ IS' I'l. \Y \< 'COM Q< i\ CMNOM Vooiiooism p \ \di;s Gi<<>< i in Hi sim ss |i<i\( if i < i\ noi-.s fl \IN rwM&i in IM-1 - of (hi < entennial put' cit} depai tnu'itl, who, I>y the way. Ml to hi' doing I heir work very indeed, arc probably ap MM ir tr Ui' foresight of Texas itei « in electing a handsome man . tli governorship of their tate inn ^ itior. film director. Snturday ivit Is! Governor Jmnvs V A111 i 1 plil\ a role in his picture "The exu Ma Hirer." part of which is ow t>emir filmed iti northern New lexi. The picture itself is un- nubt i 1 > part nf the publicity roffi am of the • entennial commit '6. Hi pei hap someone i- mere r |iikmi: advantage of l...

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

THI- CAMH'S CHAT. PKNTON, TKX AS, TIICKSUAY. JUNK 4, IMM Pity kmi Recreation For Students T. J. Font* A nnounces Director Events For Every Evening In Week / h > *tiif ,/, - n < Itw rf/> n m h> tot a recreation program for col- leg* Mudents which include- at i ivit ! ••. fnt every evening in thr college week and for Sunday aftei noons was announced Tneada) t y Theron .1 Fouls, Ihan of Men and director «f 'he iteranti«n l pro gram of the collcw during thr summer session. Student* will he admitted I" all t.nn*>uneed programs upon pre sen tution of activity tickets Until activity ticket* are issued. student- mui<t present their schedules nt the entrance of the recreation park. where most of the summer's pro arams arc to he held. Student- whet do not bring either their ac t iv it > tickets or their schedule- to the program* will he asked to pay thr admission :'«*« which towrisp*-.- pti are regularly chanred. ' W e do n>>t wish to appeal hard boiled about the ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 June 1936

Degrees Conferred Til K CAM PUR (HAT. DKNTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNK 4, 1 M H niiiinu.il from F'huv 2.) turn; James Hhipherti uiiiiuik'ham, iiiathemat us, Ri>ngc Kolx ii Dan iel, economics; Kilith Watson Dim tel. business administration; May /■••He darby, history, Vera • <>i<i> I lavenport, elementary cifurat inn; I <'! ' Mavis, |ihynicil cilut'Hiinn; Diivnihy I «■« - Dillnti, elementary eilueation; liiiniiie l.ee DoukIhh. elemental ;, ailueaImn; Opal A rnc • I'euula-, elementary education; Philip Theodore Dunning, iidmin -tfative eilucatlnil, J title I'lirmei Duval, elementary education; Wayne/. Dyer. busine*- ailmin 1 rat Inn , Zola Fllioit, l>mlo|fy, Du will Jackson Karris, government; Neva Bean Franklin, home ecu mimics, Waltei riillord Kranklm, administrative education; t harlo I'ranklih (iardenhirc, busiucN* a<l ministration; Mary (Jeiic (iaston. Inmie economics; Irene tilass, ele mentary education; t'ryatinc (lor • Inn, elementary eilueat inn, c 'liai l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 June 1936

ron* THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 4. MM Eagle Tracksters Brfk IUcir4k New Orleans x^TryloIu MK'AIJ TAKE ft2 OK «2 POINTS EARNED in TEXAN ATHI.ETES Paced by th* efforts of Woodrow A'hat ley. who bettered the record in the htirh jump tui annexed mi othei ftwt in the 110 metet high buret)**, Coach ( hoc Sportsman's selected croup of Fairies h«-«|ui11«><) themselves nobly in the regional A A 1 iiHik and field meet «t Nrw Orleans on May 22-UH Binjr<> Kinder and Pelmer Brown were other T C. student* who shut tered record* as the Fairle squad accounted foi S2 of the AS points Mimed by Texas athletes running as the Tevas Centennial chain pions The Fairies t]ualified for th< Sew (irleans meet by tak tit: hrstn in IS of the 1ft events in the Iiallas. or Southwestern division, of the A A. V Team scores ira\e Tulane I'm versity first with 5R>* points; N'orth Texas Teachers runner up position with 52, and 1 oyola of New Orleans third with 27 tallies Kinder. Br...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 June 1936

THE CAMPIJH THAT. DBNTON, TKXAB. THURSDAY, JUNK 4, 1M6 And Ex-Students Stage Bind Married Durinf Holidays a • r- s Smith, Iliss Jaunita A dkins Marry; • 'ermit Cooper Weds Muriel Reynold*; r t r CL |jf#fa« ENen Francis and J. W. Allen Wed V 01 V |JB0W TEACHERS COLLEGE STAGE RAND \rfkinH-Kmith Juanita Atilcitiis. daughter and Mix. W. K. A dkins, linit Smith, hod of \1 • anil ' K. Smith of Denton, wnr in mai'iatfc at tin- j In iilf at 1701 \V«*st Mollvrr\ at >< p tu. I .in' 11 It* f'ook, cousin of thi' wax the maid of honor mi Adkins. a brother <>f the anil h student • f tin t'i>| Ptvu.s hest man family living room wit hy candles. and iti^ipipro ||i i' ,i i c.i. in cd Willi !'<•) t hi.' was crooted Tin- In it|i• In wliit< mi ovei atin mil a r i>-«• l"Hii|iii'l I.auru |i Smith playid Mendel* ohn" Jfnir Maifh." and Jor I'at kf' • ' l'atiharnllf. a tiiilnnt I'ollege, sanp "At Dawn- |et til.' • I rinimny whii'h \\a irnied I > R«"V. .1 It < Ires > of t la F...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 4, 19M On Books and P opl« Exchanges COMPETITION I S "I umi,-' ly tMw mm, wi r,*ht to a 'inten - <>jmt>i.<r of an other -Indent that I do to a faculty im mb.'r'.- opinion >t him." F t! Atk n on, v ho interview- colleRe -. tiinr- for Proctor ami (iambe. n . iessed recently while visiting a ai uni\i i it> ii th« Mnldl. West Like nianv other men with similar jobs, he visits colleRe alter college, interviewing men ttraduatitiR from each and thru -ei.vtiUR those he feel will make the most .1. sirabb- employ*- Ami like the superintendents who have been in- terviewing pr««q*ect ve tevhen* hen recently, Mr. Atkinson pre fers that men have a definite idea of the job thev want to do when they get out of school School men jir«- looking for teacher - who realize that teaching if a profession a iol> to fe taken seriously. A fov\ years ago companies and hoards of education alike were competing for college graduate-, hut now it it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1936

* « 4 Attend Centennial Friday * VOLl'MK XX Campus Cljat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1968 Its From The I avs wwv FLECTION YEAH II \s \KRIVBD BLUh SHKBP. III \i k SHEBP Students T« Mc A lister Gets A ppointment Coftncti— Tour Mexico To Government Committee Proceeds Ou Nov library President's Wife Is Truly Well Equipped For Her Job Six-Week* Trip Of- fered For Art Or Education Credit soi l HON TO I \ EMPLOY M ENT The usual ballyhoo concerning cl'.ction year ami the inany-roumt i.attles of the di ire rent conventions nxprres us in wonder if there ip'^hi not lx> h I letter system of i mining this country than the one vse are using We don't visualize .i I topia, Imt there's no harm t^*k nw a i<iii|£ stride in that direction \S i ve never yet discovered any thing thai couldn't be unproved. I'hi; l.andoii fellosv seems to lie has nit: it all his way with the Kepulilicans. Journalists dMcrilie 'hi' Republican convention open int.' ii 'abbrevia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1936

fAOK TWO THE CAMPt'8 CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE ||, iflan UANCISt. OVEN 1T. C. Qualifies 5 More For Olympic Semifinals with KKI MARTIN LflthUs lit Mil carried OVOI from laat ye hi should |>m« k the big I ot ti.fl Bowl t«. ilw full capae i > when tlx Chicago Hems, e\ world's champion* in foothill, meet m picked eleven to In- mm pt.-ed of outstanding college #en t"i of 1 i*8f> u|x>n the tught of S« pteml et 7 The iranie will Ih' th. head liner unit grand opener U> out* of the most brilliant srtoed uU"!- of college and high school foot hull ever to In hooked in thr Southwest Dalla- will Im flooded with tht -aim gridiron fevci that •wept over it m those lilorious day* just before her Mustangt pranced into thr Rose Bowl to Htrwi tbel i -tut? InM Now Year's lay. and incidentally. more than one of the mrn who W>re th«- colors of S M. I' la *t fall will have then names listed am or iv tht* Col- ic it <«n*' personnel. Members of th. colleg't team will be oho-cti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1936

THIS CAMPUH CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 11. 1MM TALONS TO NAVE PICNIC PARTY All Talon* hiv urged to attend a "get acquainted" picnic-swim •mug Iiarly at Shady Shores to night al i>:30 o'clock. Members of the fraternity and guest* will moot at the Wright Mount', located at 1ft12 West Hickory, the winter home of the clul>. A special in- vitation is extended to exmembers. Walter (iuidy. president of the fraternity. announced at the last regular meeting that a called meet iMfc: would be hold next Monday ni^-lit at h (Hi o'clock, the purpose nf which i# to complete arrange ments for the club's social calendar foi the summer. During the se- mester just past. an entertainment was scheduled for every two weeks; ind (irady stated that an even mon extensive entertainment pro nam may lie planned for the sum nier, as there are between fifty ;md sixty Talons on the Campus nt piesent. Pkltupt By KES S ci«*y; Cupid Is On Ttw M >(• VoertmarT* WE NAVE Books For Your Library AND Mate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1936

row* THK CAMPl'S THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNK II, 19311 Ami for you who arc going to thf Texas Centennial. why not Irani something about Texas before going down'.' A broad knowledge of Texas will add immensely to your en- joyment of the Centennial. "Odd Texas," published by Hanks, I'pshaw, and Company, has culled the important facts and stories from Texas history and geography. This delightful book has appropriate illustrations and has been written for sheer entertainment. From its content, we learn that Texas has something for marvel-seekers, stu- dents, and tourists. Perhaps you want to go to the North woods (it you don't now. 1 know you will in August) with Trygve Guibrannsen His late book, "Beyond Sing the Wood*," has been a best seller in Norway. Finland. Sweden. England, Germany, and Holland. This novel covers fifty years in the lives of Norwegian woodsfolk. the characters having been drawn entirely from tin author's imagination. As a literary work, tin book has stormed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1936

ON loot trner or a Ml In Ho- |tom. tin * fc «.1 hie, IV. VOL! 1MB XX NOKTH TEXAS STATE TEACHEES COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18. 1986 rwn -ft* y of and IW- tor," Iptwl 1 tin pi" ore of llan r I ri«t< It to lit' \ 1 I Hi l.i, ui>: I iii >(•1 It'.. r r 4 I ! 1 # Ntl£$ From The i m wi ws ( HESTKHTON IS DEAD FOIL STl FF, S S • Ol GHi.lN I RANI !■; TO PV> MAT TJ HMD AY , , Topping the news of the week in iIhU' in the report of the death df G. K. Chesterton, distill, uished Knglish uuthor ami critic. wh<< * I K4<l Suntluy of a heart attack nf- tei a week's illness. The famous vvi itei was one <>! our favorites; (ml, while we are somewhat grieved by his passing, we are , oiisoled by the thought that he wan a prolific author and left a geuerou* measure of published vork, including an autobiography. i.>r posterity. Our selection of hi- works would I «* his "Father Brown" volumes of detective tunes, and we are especially fond I Ins free-hand sketches wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1936

THK C AMIM H CHAT. WCNTON. TKXAK. Till KSl>AY, JI NK IK. IU.V. mm ULkMCmti UEagle Tract .iters l*ave J® I For Cambridge Saturday for kig SEASON SportScriptur* By Ray Karn«s MCI> MARTIN TAN S< IIMI I iN«. IW Tr—ton "Schlayi'i" viands u (Ntr i turner of making miiiielhiin like nt Ha short a period of itmv a* almost any "furrttwr" (hat Iih■' aval' ctuswd the briny *ic#p. Should l.ouis whip ovel that dynamite ladrn left or riyht tot I hi i|Ulfkc t knockout fVM • ih'oi >tc<l m a pAminen) heavy nvitihl bvul, an ambition the l.i wn emhalutei is io« nursing, than ninrtiNMi seconds would im tin (unman and thr Nryro tail hni u> a trteat <li al mora money than moat of the teacher* w i>o pa from thr itoora of Teach- ers i oik>i with a diploma m their nanct makr m tli**i> lifetime .link l empsey. the old Manassa ilaulai. holds tlu present ,r*>t i if Ii nu irk mark which dates hack to his nineteen second limuli of Kird Kulton at Newark, nearly i *: liti imi year* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE IS. IM6 ' f I r * ■ 4- President Couldn't Recognize Writer In Large Crowd K> KKS Taking tim« oil with the rest' 'I I t'Xttk, « l* HO It Henuill, W|' n|lc|U <>iii4 huum with ilu Ctftiiciinml Inila) Hit'." the PrvKuiunt l>ut don't think hi* rwcugniavtl us in ilir iiioh. Ni>« we will sit all thti 11!■ w > i t't'lh lor a inoiilh to come in the hupi' i hut we i uii H|i<>t ourst-lvt'h hi K"\\ HI, Suction 27. IVrhap* ><>u did mil notice it, liui hile I he I'rt-nidenl Ma lalkuiK nearl* everyInmI> in the stadium a Hliadinti himnelf ilh a copy of I he lialla> Newa which llauiiied .1 large portrait of the UepuhlicHii rainllilale. <>o\ l.andon. In the Nk> Somehow the nexsioii of the Louimuiim Leginlature held in lh*' oltoli Howl iniiiieiliately following Ik President's messuK ' HiipreHsed i il IwillK HoniethillK t hat Ituey P l.oliK would have liked Report*, however, are thai the Pelican Stale is tryi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1936

FOUR THK CAIIPl'8 CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THIRSDAY, JITNK IS, U JWilrynH— On Books and Pooplo • Collegiate Comments e Ralph Dean I h<-r« vsa- a time when newspa|iermen scoffed at jour- ,i i.-m >chtM>i>. hut that tinu has passed. There was a t :•• • , ti'". when fullest newspapers were nothing mure than • •• bulletins praising the Alma Mater. College jour- iu-. ■ ha- successfully weathered these storms, Today m< ii 'politati newspaper heads realize the value of college tea; • importers. editorial writers, advertising men, and iii : - ( "lUgt newspaper* have gained a commendable d«>ri'. 'it individuality and student expression. Collect journalism na- outgrown its infancy ; it i> almost a pro- le^s/un within itself.— The Toreador. \t .ast w<'ve found a school that has actually revised ;s- curriculum. James Millikin University has supplanted the former departmental pian with tiiree divisions; liberal education > to be supplied during the first two years, and summ...

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