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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1933

. DEN'TOV, TEXAS. THE CAMPUS CHAT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1933 PAGE THREE % • MUSIC SOCIETY STUDIES SOUSA CIRCUS FROLIC TO RE FEAT I RE OF FORI M PARTY Dancing Will Follow With Prizes for Jlest Costume* Dancing and a circus frolic will feature the entertainment sponsored by the Forum Council next T esday night at the Harris# Gym from 7 to 10 o'clock. The circus frolic, which will be held from 7 to 8 o'clock, will feature music furnished by the Hop House Orchestra of twenty pieces; minstrel stunts given by the Hunter House girls; tight rope walking and tumbling acts; and two interpretive dances in costume will be given by Nancy Gates. The proverbial clown will also be much in evidence. The j Industrial Ed. latter part of the entertainment will be given over to dancing. The admission price will lie a Iwil- loon and five suckers. Everything else will be free. Prir.es will also be j awarded for the best individual kid! at " called meeting of the costume and the best kid eouple, j Industr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1933

PAGE FOUR DENTON, TEXAS, THE CAMPUS CHAT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1933 w i < Is i v' Eagles Meet Trinity Five Tonight In Home Opener Eagle Leader FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE Shows Power MORE PREDICTION* Dop«y Wdmeth aggrft that he not gumg to do v thin* on the track! •hi* yt ' (ww Ahfeey It going to be t.mrk wKh the track team! Need we nay more? Oh, yen, w< predict that the K«fle basketball tram it going to haw it* ham!' full taking cart of il # Karogdoche* |%intet this y*ar' And that'* plenty. STARTING DM THE RIGHT FOOT It begin* to look like the Eaglet j are vwJIy going to mak« an effort t cop the I/one Slur pennan', this) season in l s>«?*h«il. That it, they were rjuitc convincing in the manner in which they took the measure of the .San Marco* Bobcat* Monday night. Tonight the local* tackle their second conference opponent, the Trinity University Tiger*, on the home court, and dope point* toward t a good game. The Trinity five ha* not been netting anv houses afire this year, hut ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1933

* ■ The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY Picking I'p Below to a copy of a very ambi tious note which found ita way to the Chat Office Monday : In reply to the statement pub- lished in your column of the last issue of the Campus Chat, we wish to any that you have just one chance to avoid the Fish Pond along with Blewett. That one chance lies in the next issue of the Campus Chat. We. mem- bers of the Freshman Class, are very desirous of seeing just a small item in your column re- tracting from your statement last week regarding the Fresh- man Class. We, the Freshman Class, believe that the Fish Fond is big enough for two—you and Blewett. With Love, The Freshman Class. O. K.. slimes, do your stuff. The gauntlet has been thrown down; it is accepted. (P. S. Ain't that drarn- mattick?) Ita lla The Big-Little Sister party «t the Gym Tuesday night appeared to the casual observer as more of a Little Sister affair than anything else. Pig- tails and lollypops were about all that we could see in the jumbl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1933

CAMPUS CKAT of U* North T Chat K«Ur«l II SMMtd Class Mftii Mat at the Poatoffke it Daataa. Tagjjt a, me MEMBICII TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCfATMril Editor Associate Editor Associate Kditor Assistant Editor Society Editor* «F. Andrew Hwmuoi „ (Mir Ely .Shelby Phillips Curbo and Editli foot* COLUMNISTS ~ Heflin, l-ola Boll* Curbo, Jafca flMtsa, Mm Oufwlwto, and Stewart Jermgan — REPORTERS - Fred* Yarbrough. Nobii Wright, Charles Sounder*, Rernadim Barnard, Peggy l>arnall, Bill Chamber*, K Ira nor Hardy, Ruth McNeil. Oselle Cut well, Mary Mearle McClurkan, and Vara McCurdy. Tho claaa in English *61 taught by Mr. J. D. Hall alao dooa reporting to Th* Campus Chat. Manager Jo* Skit** Mr. J. I). Hall Sup. *«Mar — Bi ijk Quotation roa the Webk Tk* <OV* 0/ friend for friend ta greater in the eye* of Uod (A««« the lovt of man for til wife. St. John, VI. ix Thouomt roa tm« Wkkk — There m nothing mart wilcmning than u imile a long at thai untie be tinerrt. Andrei Kvienoff A Differen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1933

#* Kappa Delta P| ~] Dinner Is Held Gives Birthday J For Miss Clark Tea for Guests _ I The Sdknd Corona entertained Taa was served by the Kappa Delta with • dinner Monday night at 0 Pi honor society, Wedne*day alter- ®"elock in honor of Mu Edith Clark, noon in the reception room of the' dean of women of the Collect'- After j Administration Building from S until dinner the evening wan ipent playing « o'clock. The tea was the third of bridge. 1 CLUBS .SOCIETY ID* Waiaaoday afternoon aeriee, and green and white wan the color scheme carried out in the decoration*. This week the member* of the Kappa Delta Pi celebrated the seventh an- niversary of tne fraternity. On the tea table wa* placed a small white cake with *ev#n candle*. Tall green and white taper* were uaed for the light- ing. and red carnation* were the flower*. The guest* were received by ftli**e* - Addie Mae Curbo, Anna Mary Sprout* C. YeaI'lxiok and Kent Stratford, president of the: organisation. Mary Franci* Gardner poured ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1933

FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE T—gfc Lurk Night facfor* li bit of hard I' Uwt tk*y Rift Ml n, th. ■MM ick against tit* tMm dated to hm pWnty rw* White Lr U v^[ C'agerH &$*p Tigerh rh,irH4i(lu i*uet (ioUhI«>. SutMlilulf renter. Man ami liMUk Hcercrw In ('<H fcr«nr« (hi Ha M# iari Myraclemen Lose 1 Toujjh Knrounter n To S. F. A. Ca « t Eagle Forward > Myrade's Cagers of trouble from thr Nttofdocltts Lumberjacks. McKewefTand Company proved to be a hit too polMl for the MyrKlmwn, Mid the Ki|tai droppfl the encounter iit to Si. At the half ih# borne team *u leading by ft margin of only • point or two, bat daring the final parted the Jacks opered uj th« Eagle*. A aumber of people pre dieted that the Dentonitos would have their band* full againat bat year's champ*, and tbe propter ie« rame true. However, tet it be aat down in black and while now that tha Chat in- corporated predict* that tbe local* wilt thoroughly aubdue the Woods- men whan they appear hare later in the Power To Coach J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1933

s m The Chatter Box LAMAR PLY c CAMPUi SICE ifis Okay, freshmen. the job «« well dona; Mcept my commendations. Tlw spirit exhibited was worthy of the highest praise. I'm "for" you, and I'm your pal from this time—until Freshman Day. Incidentally, if you really would like to get hold of Blewett, they tell me you can find him almost any Saturday or Sun- day nigr.t on the hill over in north Denton. VOLUME XVII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. NUMBER 15 CONTRACTS FOR NEW BUILDINGS GIVEN FRIDAY WORK BEiUNS LOST. STRAY Kit OI< STOLEN One good pair of men's boodwar slippers, lost somewhere on the cam- pus Thursday night. Please return to the Campus Chat office. Liberal reward. (Try and collect.) CHERRIES ARE RIPE Spring or not spring, this is the kind of balmy weather that prompts the lambs to gambol merrily the greensward and invigorates the youth of the college to leave off their fireside hibernation and come out and gamble for pennies in the un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1933

npu* Chat. Entered M Second Class Mail Hit- Mr at the Poatofftea at Denton, T« , ■Mtmnher I. 1it< MFMBEK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION r *l pinpoint from which he wt in Mltar A*eociate Editor AuMWIt Kditor Assistant Editor Andrew Swenson Lamar Fly Bertram! Heflin Shelby Phillips Society Editor* Uta Ball. < urbo and Edith Foot* ~ COLUMNISTS — Lamar Fly, Bertram! Heflin, l<oia Bells Curho, Swede 8weiuon, John Skitw, Joe Uugenheim, and Stewart Jernigan. ~ REPORTERS - Fred* Yarbrough, Charle* Saunter*. Peggy Dar- nell, Ruth McNeil. Oxelle Col well, Mary Mearle McClurkan, Vera Mrt urdy, and ttoed William* The class in English iif>l taught by Mr. J. It. Hall aiao doe* reporting to The Campus Chat. Business Manager Supervisor Mr Joe Kkiles J !) Hall I Well* wa I appointed voi | Maumfitrmt H<*,u>rh in his latent opu . Tkt JMpiegi1„ \ of Hlwp. Aside from having a title which make* you * | «ound a* though youi mouth wen- full of hot *pinech 1 j when you e«t*ay to e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1933

I FACULTY' MEN House Presidents TO ENTERTAIN J To Meet At Club WIVES FRIDAY House February 9 MM Si Ml TO BE GIVEN IM DALLAS Th* Houm> prw"'u',,u' c,ub wi" AT STON FLBIGH COl KT; ,,nWft *" th'' Club How so Thur*- TO \TTENI> FLAY February 9, it four o'clock. The following program ha* been released by Louise Taylor, chairman of the projfrujii committee: Club Sing, l«d by Sue Itillon and accompanied by Mary Evelyn Howell; Roll Call-Response, "Something I've Done In My House:" t umt ,l . , Minute* and Business; Piano Solo, „ ^haatre* production of John . M#ry HumphrieH; Club Discussion, Howard Uwion • "Succeas Story", "Collet Friendship," "In Our College Thi* play cornea directly from Broad- • Homeg"( Ennllu. Arm,,d; "In Our wayrun and it i* booked to be one Student Body," Maxitie Harp; "In of the beat of the serious drama, of t)ur Kaeulty MoM||e Rom-. the season of liW.-M. Tht.rt. will be a short social program Among those ,n the party are;Mr. W|th lhl. folIowillJ{ ho.te.tt. in ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1933

Eagles To Blast Lid Against 1932 Champs In Gym FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE rht. lot h*n reviewing tfc* pro- art# «• trt • little afraid that tfca Mi Taaaa* ir« fa. u*> much of a it tin to ' t*k«n at all ligMly. iu know (Ml •* roaan amr thf OLD STRIDK Greet And White Quintet To Meet .Nacogdoches. League Leader Here Friday Night In Crucial Battle K > Far a i«M* Dw IrtjifT night tk* r - ■Ma iwinrt to kanf in tKc balance, fl rfurtng tht later utagaa of th* nth Han Mar' th# loral* r«- to form antf fCM ap MMM# counters to unk thf invader's ship of victory A couple of weak* *<• ">«' Dantornum manag«I to turn toe trick of defeating the Bobcat* on their home court, awl turned in lh«*r osd triumph over the Houthwaat Ta*- ana haw To data the BdWrtu are the «nly team which the (ireen and White marhiiM. ha* met twice. The loral have met Trinity. Hunuvllla and Narogdorwaa once *ach, ami in tao of thai* encounter* the Myracle- mer touted the Mtter dose of defeat. WHAT ,*HF TMF i II \ Nf'FH NO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1933

W 11 The Chatter Box LAMAR FLY r ■ 1 L. • 1* Lt'RE OF THE PIGSKIN The notice on page four signed by Mr. Sisco ha* Ixwn awaited with anticipation by several of our rough- and-tumble he-men for torn* weeks, and it seem* now that even Mr. Weatherman ha* been biding hi* time until it ap|>eared. Snow and sleet and zero weather, however, will nerve for nothing more than to create the proper atmosphere for the football chasers; the "spring" part of it, nevertheless, was probably written last week. IT'S NO SECRET James Gray, during his year* of service on the local campus, has evidently arrived at a definite con- clusion regarding the mentality of the average student. A discerning stu- dent who approached him recently to inquire the significance in the selec- tion of the pecan as the particular variety of the tree to be planted on the campus was somewhat taken aback at the Broom-and-Brush Man's reply. "Darned if I know," answered James; "seems to me they got enough nuts on the campus alr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1933

Mail Maw Teaaa. &t%e rary am P ,gl,{ HMHMB: PERSONALITIES Chat •t the M nn«*n «. < >i TEXAS INTEKCOLLK.aiATC PRESS ASSOCIATION j,,™.,.... ., Andrew Hwhuoc I - , .. 1IH Fly Hertraad Hefiia Shelby Phillips Society Editor* J-ola Bell* Cur bo and Kdith Foote — COLUMNISTS — ' Lamar Fly, Bert rand Haflin, Lola Bed. Garb®, Swede Swmmi, John Skiies, Jo* Gugerhaim. and Stewart J«rni|an - •stomas - Fr«da Yarbtough, Charles Haw dera. Peggy Dar nail. Ruth McNeil, Oaelle Culwell, Mary Mario MHfurkan, Vera McCurdy. and Hoed William*. Th« claaa in Knglish iiol taught by Mr. J. U. Hall aiar> does reporting to The Campus Chat. Business Manager Joa Skllee Assistant Business Managers John H Idles and Hifford Karle Phillip* "" 1 i' bn for fh **• « * * Be rlrond Meji m Several weeks ago m fact last term I asked «a to w # a rmvei .ailed T*« Gui-dc* by I. A G I Strong Now. that person flatters u Wa are net re j > lewers, nor or we critics; •- merely writ* down our (hrriloS'K S</t|: This...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1933

V# JUNIORS TO SPONSOR VALENTINE DANCE RECEPTION TO BE STAGED BEFORE DANCE; PUNCH TO BE SERVED AND BRIDGE PLAYED FROM 8 UNTIL 9 COLLEGE DANCE ORCHESTRA TO PLAY DEANS, SPONSORS. AND CLASS PRESIDENTS INVITED TO STAND IN RECEIVING LINE; CUSTOMARY CHARGE OF FIFTY CENTS FOR COUPLES AND STAGS TO HOLD; GUESTS REQUESTED TO GET CARDS Arrangement# and plana have been completed by the officers of the Junior Class for the third and last all-college dance of the term to be held in Harris Gymnasium Saturday night, according to lierschel Stephens, class president. "It has become a custom," he said, "at the College for the Juniors to sponsor the annual Valen- tine dance in the gym, and a reception, to which all students in the College and members of the faculty are cordially invited, has been arranged." Floyd Graham and his eleven piece dance band have been sec- ured to furnish the music for the affair, Mary Frances Gardner, .-ocial chairman, said Wednesday. The dance proper will begin at 9 o'clock,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1933

yfir. kiul th« high mImoI W hava r> Ml I^LgnHi Cni/j'i f FOLLOW UP ! ««ry hup* at K m( place* in th« tour- Ii> I • LIvllS ulllvdi WITH SWEDE MMI tlflU tinmm AKK; tikwk <.ON . KICKERS HOT!|| ^PM|MNt4§jF 9kf%9HKKH 4a*tor MMMMMW HMHI the tntrftinuftii. tin* P j • m Men idtfiMM M Ik* what pwwxMl to HHEN «UT FLU. wnrr aclimmkriv. I Tkm werr a nuwlwr of 'f00§0: who had bopca that th« faUra might I# kind to Caack Myraei*'* buy* and lat kwm at laaat u* Nar«gd<* h#« tor the Urn* Star Crown, but that hup# Bj|;: i about tiiaappoared, M MM> F#w people though' that the local* Albert . ifvn C i Cywuiim in • of the baat and fa«t««t of the wout(jri t 'mrtt tny trouble in defeating EN ^>Ug^ th lowly I ommerw LkdW, fc® Bf (omplct'ly , moth«r*d by th* Jacka a we#k ago, but, only the «ad truth remain* that tb«* Dentonite* got one of the wornt beating* they have re reived in a long time At no time outclass*! were mi woefully weak and The brand of ball that flaying Monday mght lagian* w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1933

c. I The Chatter Box LAMAR PLY WITH HEARTS FOR FAVORS That oft-discussed and sometime* elusive instrument, the "gong." re- ceived it* share of the punishment Saturday evening when ban Cupid made hi* formal 1033 debut at the Gym — his formal debut, we repeat. It was the kind of dance that pro- duces stimulation for a student re- quest that the functions occur more frequently, and. we think, also the kind that justifies that request. All present report a very enjoyable eve* ning. with the exception of one or two who were, unfortunately, indis- posed. as it were, toward the diver- sion of the occasion. WORK HFARTS HEARTS A survey compile*! from reports ol the various drug stores located abou the campus indicates that the Ave pound boxes of valentine sweets di< not prove as popular with buyers a in some years of the past. The les bulky varieties of paper hearts, how ever, enjoyed a corresponding in crease in popularity, especially th lurid type known as "comics." (In cidentally, rumo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1933

the North Ti College, ronton, tmm Chat F n^tr*fi a* at ■ ■; v. V I G'lasa Mail Mat- at Denton. T#xas. «. l#l« tlie lite amp- n Bcrlrundl Hcjlm rary U TEXAS INTKRCOLLEGIATE association ll iff K.JrW ...U Andrew S4MMMI it i in rlajjr r ilil' ; Lamar Fly Associate Editor Bertram! Heflin AuwUnt Editor . . „ Shelby Phillips Editors tala Belle Curbo and Edith Foot* , , tiOUJMNISIH - Fly, Bert rand Heflin. t.«ia Belle Curbo, Swanaon, lohn Ski#*, Joe (jugenheim, and Stewart Jermgan — REPORTERS - >*r ii Varhrough, Phariwf Haui dam, Peggy I'ar nail. Hull. McNeil, (Sselle f'utwijJI, Mary tiwrb Met lurkan. VtNi MH'urdy, IWilliams, and Clifford Karl Phillip* .The cIm in English *51 taught by Mr. J d. Hall alao doe* reporting to Tha Campus ' hat. BttsfoeM Jffanager . Jw Sitiieo Assistant Bimifu iM Manager John Skil« Supervisor Mr J D Hall Whan mtta to writ* his column awl I have never heard nf a coiomalet standing to vnt« on* one light* a <tgaiet. then put* a slip of paper into the typewrite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1933

J <v ' Music Club Gives Christian Group Program at Weekly I IPves Banquet Tea; Darnall Sings Tu ,"77" ______ The annual Christian Endeavor banquet **s held Wednesday evening A mimical tea *n> pon or«d by tn« m the American Cafe dining room, Music Club in the Girl*' Reception a||| Dr. Harold Brenholu of the Room in the Admini*trat ion Building Teacher* College faculty gave the Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 5 addre** of the evening. R. E. Jackson of the C 1. A. faculty was utastmaster. Mis* Entella G. Hefley. dean of women at C. 1. A., and Bill o'clock The program from 3 until 4 o'clock was as follows: Piano duet, "El Capl- tan" (Sousa), Jessie Grace Morris and Dorothy Rae Buck; vocal solo, "Flo. j drwt 0f welcome given by Roy Locke, rian Song (Godard), Georgia Blair; president of the Christian Endeavor. Cooper, assistant dean of men at Teachers College responded to the ad- piano (Grieg) and 'March | 'Mazurka' Grotesque" (Chopin), T«e affair was sponsored by the Central Presbyte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1933

FOLLOWUP WITH SWEDG Former 'St Promote Wrestling Show Here Tomorrow m' To Myracle's Five J vsr A REQUEST fMjt 1. D. thrt i|M(wl take it on th •porta durir Rivalry ha* tha two icIm that at time Take Measure Of JLCC. Wildcats Nay) Moon got up at aahai Nir that Star (joint Trounw mBSmwKlL .1! to 21 tav md < srd Arranged My S*e*t ** *—< Ta Be Held ' B I I —- Lone Star Qaint Trounce 014 Vf Moot* and Charie* the fc«y* ! both former itudfMa of tin (.allaja, [ ■ | | ...BL- UM good will tomorrow night put on in IMm u . a«ga tattle w CWI| fair arena the firat wrsetl Thursday of last week in tha between in* bouts stngod in l>anton In many j Manila Gymnasium (Ml Myraele' few yeorn - yaar« according to an announramant forgot tha : received at tha Chat office W wines d gpgftMMMiah i p and ; day Th* card had baon arranged ►, or th opfMMting and tha went* were to have baon nra. being captain of «taged a week ago, however, the sud rSen the Lion* coma den cold wave <auaad the promotara sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1933

i ne j ♦ i ■ i i* Chatter Box LAMAR FLY J1JMK CA U, Thro* Eii Away "wmi Texan" Blount, loeal gate- keeper and bouncer deluxe. has • com plaint to ngiiiir. He had the cob urn. a* H were. more than bttl Jack Elder'* offering the night waa just a trifle too much for anybody'* patience. That wa dirty, Shiek; and basides, it wa< sec- ond-hand. II Was This Way The gid* of the Eaglestone were •orely disappointed the other night whan Skiles and Swenson failed to •how up at thtir party, even after a personal invitation had been delivered and accepted. It seems that the can-j tleman had discovered that date con- flicted with that of a prufrttiumal wrestling match — big time stuff. (No reflection on the Eaglestone im- plied. It may get professional up there sometimes, too. > volume xvii north texas state teachers college, denton. texa§, thursday, february 28, 1mft NUMBER 18 Completes Hook WARLIKER GIVES "A PANOR AMA OF I INDIA" TUESDAY CROWD ATTENDS PAINTS WORD IMCTURES OF INDIA AS IT IS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1933

Class Mail Mat- I'otiafflee at Denton. T«*a«. *. « TEXAS |Mf BKCOLLEtil ATK PRESS ASSOCIATION ■ Editor , . . „ ' "diinTi .Hwi'niM . . „. Uumr Fly „ Bertram! lleftin i Shelby Phillip* Lola Ball*- Curbo and Edit.b Foot* — COLUMNISTS - Bertram) Heflin, Loin Bells Carha, John Skilsa, Joe (iugenhsim, and Stewart Jernigan BEPURTfSBS - Freda Yarbrougb, Charles Sau- ders, Paggy Dar Ruth McNeil. OseHe C ulwt.il. Mary Merle McClurkan, Vara McCurdy, Hood William* and Clifford Earl Phillip*. The claaa in English «61 taught by Mr. J D. Hall also does reporting to The Campus Chat. ainaaa Manager Joe Skiies Assistant Bumnean Manager Mr lamp- ii berirqntj Hejl y THE TELESCOPE Joe Gugenheim in Yesterday we went over to the Library desirous of finding omething of unusual interest to read n- prefer- ably w*n fwiinn We began looking for book* with at- tractive cover* rover* help make the baafc, you know. They either lend to it* i<eauty or detract from it* ugli- ness. WWW perusing through the stack* ...

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