ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Campus Chat, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,726 items from Campus Chat, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,726 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1933

: ' '1 ' ^ r ^ri DENTON, TKXAS. THE CAMPUS CHAT, THUKSHAY, APRIL 20 SOPHOMORE HOP Pi phi Pi TO INTRODUCE Initiation For YUCCA BEAUTIES Thursday Night Further plan* have been mad? by the sophomore elan* social committee reward to the So hamore Alt-Col- lege Dance, to be given April 2 , for the presentation of the 1MB Beaut ie*. according to Shelby Phillip*, soph prexy. It i* understood that the scheme for the decorations will not lie made pub- lic prior to the dance In addition to Lola Belle Curbo, E. J. Beeves, Katherine Medder*, Charles Shu- maker. and Utuise Martin, who were appointed previously, Ben Powell, PAGE THREE torn tor initiation of ten ^ GAMMADIONS ADD to Pt Phi Pj were completed at a j called meeting of the member* last j night at ii o'clock. according to Bert Moore president of the frat, Charle* ! Shumaker, who i* rush captain and NEW MEMBERS TO SOCIETY ROSTER SOCIETY )KAPPA DELTA PI ) HONORS FACULTY AND C.AMMADlONS who hat# charge of the pledge*, will conduct the info...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1933

I I TKXA1 THE i AMP!" THURSDAY. APRIL —— FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE I * H I WENT , VlJHl m [a# Thv day MM Ptl tto th<- Un(< w« •n Chi' if thcrr it* enough nit MMH(k wtwunif al «i', | th author tif* will final i4 thing in lime for mhiw of u> ga« their «pring bat)•< mwri tfcat a pmrfol mm 'IpKIIP" «n hand tftia *uo>roer to take care of North Ta* I •' edition to th. .am, ~~ Sl>ORTS* I V ),u- manner aw ha* heen 4am **> th" p* t Th..ugh H«- College do*. not promote or tartar •mmmmi IntfiTdlicflwlr apart. tin- llofcf> Swim mint Club Mich «u m r round* up a group nt the beet *.w mm*r« in Nine Conference Ikcords Bettered I As Local Thinly Clads Take Easy I Victory Over Mustang Tracksters College Track Records 10 in IMi H iwjiiu tied by Bui ■ 1 >i D Willi Ml kin «w*d mr a * I MM t.1 th* *n the mid t« II thin m oot- ,rt every event, though throe part* and put# out a real «i«ad ip t«. fowl advantage ,,f watermen. !.«■'( year the Hobo* a. The visitor* didn't j majority of t...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1933

'« fl m i $ fei I T H E CHATTER HOX BV LAMAR FLY h () 1 -• "■"1111 VOLUME XVII north TEXAS state teachers college, denton. texas, thursday, april 27. l\m NUMBER 25 Surely We're Dreaming Perhaps if* none of our business, but the responsP.lity for Tuesday's hail, with its million dollars' worth of damage, is directly traceable to one of our own studes. Jasper Cal- houn is liable to a damage suit by the insurance companies of Dallas which suffered financially from the unexpected storm, we think, on ac- count of he has suddenly and with- out warning announced his intention to cease the practice of masticating, the Virginian leaf. Not only has he probably brought on the barrage of N() Kxmx (HAU(>K W||.|. outraged nature, but he has certainly ; ^ M A,)K TH,S yEAR FOR been responsible for a sizeable de YlfffA• OPTION VI FEE crease in the revenue of the Brown MJ ST BE PAID Mule Tobacco Company, throwing de- j > fenseless men out of work and shut- ting down factories all over thej SOPH...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1933

1 — — r TBC12, CAMPT5S C3JLfcT by $tmU' T* ■hmm rth T«a ton. Tt 4 'urnpviH ( Kifct MM I III ter at the PMImMm at Den'on. 1 ! I*cen ber l.m MEMBER TEXAS IKTEIir I,l-K PRESS ASSOCIATION Mail Mat ilATE bdl Am Aae .... w-tA .•--• Awbw JJwenson I* Editor l-amar Ely te Editor Bert rand Heflin Assistant Editor Shelby Phillip* Society Editor* Lola Bell* Curl- and MBh Foot# - COLUMNISTS *~ (jainar Kir, Bertram! Heflin, Uila Belle Carho, Swede Sw«n*an. John Skiles, Joe Gugenhe.m, and Stewart Jemi**n - BKfWTKUi Freda Yarbrough, Charles Saunders, Ruth McNeil. Mary Merle MeClurkan. Hood William*, Clifford Earl Phillip*. B*«* e Pmtl Payne, Anna Maude Taylor, and Ruby Ma* firinataff. Th* class in English 261 taught by Mr J l>. Hall also does reporting U th# < am pus Chat. Z\ V the iAerary amp- lig <1 Hnfiin Lt Bar! Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Supervisor J«M> S)t tlx* John Hbil<t* Mr J D Hall rant I'ptun Xincian /reseat* William Ft,/, two copies of which th* Library h...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1933

uha , i \ i n r < v.nr* 1 11 \ i ,i vriai kaue tuk ANN I AL GKEZLB BANQUET GIVEN AT LOCAL HOTEL T. C. Studes Wed In Home Ceremony „ I In * simple home Friday < ouple* ftevnoon at six o'clock, Miss Mary Attend Annual Merits McClurkan, daughter of Mr. Aff«ir nd Mm. J Walter McClurkan, wan " married to E, B. Lylea. son of Mr and With approximately xinty-ftve drs. E. D. Lyles of Justin, the cere in attendance, the (ieezles en- :uony I-ctntr said in the McClurkan tertained their truest* and old mem nonte, S04 North Locust Street by her* of the organization Saturday ! '« CLUBS .SOCIETY Dramatic Society To Produce New Play This Summer evening, April 22. in their sixth an- j Central Presbyterian Church nual banquet. held at the Southern Hotel. Friday evening a dance was held in the Hotel Dining Room to the strains of the Teachers t VIlege Stage Hand under the direction of Floyd Graham. These two events wouiul up the social calendar of the organisation except for an All-College Dance, ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1933

PAGE FOUR PAGE FOUR DENTIN. TEXAS, THK CAMPUS < HAT, THURSDAY. APRIL 27 Sportsman Will Take Twenty-Two Thinly-Gads To Commerce Saturday Spirited Rivalry Displayed as Local Netters Heat Lions FOLLOW UP WITH SWEDE For Dual Meet With Old Rivals r •.^y" -".f r'Tr 11 lii Mttan turned Mi the bat Te*- Coarh Choc SportofMii and twenty two Ka(ie track men mil leave early Saturday morning for t'ommeree I* engage their old rivals, th Ea t Te* a* L a , in the aast to laat dual moat before the Lone Star CiaftnaM Meet Tk* kme remaining prelimi- nary pnctin mat after .Saturday's English Faculty To an* h#r Saturday afternoon by a ' Mora of « to t. Despite Ik* fart that aaa -1 f> J II. ii 'the play waa marred by several argu Attend Round-Up At ,n,.nU krul . uf tK. „piriu<1 Aunt in April 2H-29 j -ivalry which e*i*ta on the court* be taeen the two institutions the Eagle Win* member* of the English fae- w iulty of the Teachers College wilt will tie held her* on the Eagle ^ Thursday for Auatiin...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1933

I / B Baa i tf I T H E CHATTEH BOX BY LAMAR FLY FECIAL ED ■ p-v •' VOLUME XVII The Kern! of Kittle The situation promise* to get hut j next week when the Talon* and j Geezles tangle in it baseball contest at the City Park. The affair i* J scheduled to go nine rounds par- i tlon us. inning* but advance dope J indicates that il may not go the route, at leant not in the nature of a baseball game. When the two get together at such clow? range with baseball l uts handy, there's no toiling what may resist. (We're footing, of course.) MUSIC WEEK TO BE CELEBRATED BY COLLEGE SOON NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 4. 1938 Band In Nocturnal Review On Eaijle Football Gridiron NUMBKR 26 SPECIAL PL ASS ALI EN McOIHAE TO SIMi FRIDAY NIOHT; CIIORI S AND ORCHESTRA TO GO TO GAINESVILLE Wha'a Next? Local veternarians were probably unaware that they had lout a case last Wednesday when two of our pre- med students decided to perform their own operation on a pet rabbit whic...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1933

PERSONALITIES k U-XiiLli d SCREEN <J r>d §TAil rera Exchanges John Skills s — (ftdito V nutf iif amp Bcrirarid Heliiri b>' Htiian*nt a «f • ««• V'i'r State TtwH *r* « " Hf &♦*, f'NME*| f'titti «>■ s#r«KWf i Iff it thi ir«- ait I'i'Bt I m t**?r M. 100 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE HHSIIK AHK'K lATfON Editor Andrew Mwensoii Associate Editor J tort rend Heflln Assistant Editor ., . . sh lby CDiP Society IfilMiii Led* Belle Curt*, sod Edith Foote ~~ COLCMNIST8 Umar Fly. Bertram! Hefltti. I <4s M I'-urbo. Swede Kwenson, John SJtile , ■!< GogefflfeMm, and Stewart Jerntgari REPORTERS Freda Yerbrough, Charlen launder Ruth M< Neil, Mary Merle Mct'lurkan Dood Will is ft - < lifford Karl Phillips, Bessie Pearl Payne .Arum Maude Taylor, and Ruby Mac (inns tat? The clan* 1(1 Etifftuh *f I taught by Mt J I). Kail also does reporting lo the < ampus ('hat. Business Manager Assistant Buatnees Supervisor Manager Joe John Skiies Mr .1 l> Kali Bituj. VaasK. God tummumlr...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1933

0 # f ■ # i ! i H® turn LOU RfW <1 Kiln I'tiM 8i mphoit> UwImUbi i To Hi Here ] If anyone haft ww beard Amy Jean Keeie. it i« foolish to ask if lit- will la* hi the *Sa arts number tonight. Perhaps it i nut «f the tint- book's unlet to attempt to be a prophet, hut he feel* that you will enjoy the Kw w too. Though David liuion may not accorded much recognition by some, his arrangment* are meat in- terestmg. The orchestra is well worth hearing, and everyone who goei. > • certain to have a very pleasant evening. TIiomc Fortunate Few The number of student* who will lie interested in the proposed trip to Italian tomorrow to see the Kress Collection of Old Italian paintings will probably be limited, but it seem* worthwhile to cultivate the interest in those fortunate few. At present the price has been reported as fifty cents for transportation, and, we presume, extra for admission. If you place your name on a slip of paper in Miss <Vra Stafford's box before today at noon, arra...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1933

< AMP College Sponsors State Class B Track And Field Meet This Week-end local rsader p iV faai *t*p "l4ll«- Wfkh Thinly-( latin .4 re Winding Up Home Season Here Today e, '■<« nth to a ing Abt it* in «he home ■rnoon <wi the iu«! rami with W Christian (If th* t 'italeg. Kagle Track Squad Hands East cni I n w Tl8 Texas Lions Decisive Lacing In with swede Meet Held Saturday At Commerce ,= Third Annua league Contests Dn> \r To Attract Owl 250 AtMajaftWiii Over State; 67 Schools Represented Eddie Wnem- the Christians turned out some of the l t-«t team* ill the state *r.d thi* f« r exception, awe* the purple and white leaclMier* have defeated «m« uf the bent tram- in the state Wildcats Mm* Powerful Mela? l"eam ir' In Watd. Walker. Simmon*. aflsJ f.reen th< A C. < coat! rim of the most 'flay team in the roumry Tk«) have won 6>h twniv rela> vie-torn anil imbnled in this lint i# victory if; ifc yaa*'> I Iraki* relays over a tfnwn 01 nmic "f th# best team* in the ro...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1933

^Wmrr / ft E THREKl T 11 E CHATTER BOX HY LAM Alt FLY CHAT \ VOLUME XVII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY II, 193K NUMBER Umur Fly, editor-elect of the Cam- pun • 'lint fur the Summer, is uti.l has been throughout thin year, the maestro of the Chatterbox, Fly i the first writer of the Chatterbox who ha* made any attempt to in* corporate in the column iplty humor and clean comment in a literary style that is dear arid readable. Fly, a native of Gomtales, Texas. is a senior and expects to receive hi* degree from the College at the clone of the sum- mar session, Fly mwt be .redited with being one of the i>est all-around j newspapermen ever to work on local j publication* The Chat and the Col-1 lege are indeed fortunate in having him ait editor for the summer. Ot Mutual Iteuelil A cursory survey of the passing' crowd on the campus this week in-! spire* in us the sulieoiisc toils query. "Where is this Vaaw place anyhow ?" A few more incendiary blazes li...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1933

PA( mm 1 A'l . c MW<- TWE CAMPWS CKAT MaiI Mat I'M"'. IK INTL1:< OLl.KOIATfi association A* A *. to , ,t. <%(, ,* Awlrew mw««mnui. Editor l-awar Fly 1. , - ®PfcBP|ll;lla(jlpi Sheiby Phillip* Society Edi U rs Uds Br 11. Curb® and Edith Foot* - mmmmf* - LtlMr Wy, Rrrinnd Haftta, lx ia Hell* < urbo, gmde Mwtmmn. John Bktl««. Joe Cugenhetm, and Stewart Jeraigun. - REPORTER.4- Fr«da Yarbrough, Chart#* Maunder*, Bulb McNeil, Mary Merle McCfurksn. Duud Williams. Clifford Marl Phillip*. Be**t* Pearl Payne. Anna Maude Taylor. and Ruby Maw Gr n«iaff. The cta* m English 261 taught by Mr. J. I*. Halt al o does reporting to Uw I'*nipus Chat. {lie lit iterary amp- "8 It Bertraiul Hejlirt /. ji ll ill In I ill 11 il | Ov I i J II!J SCREE N V\ i! / ,V ~ar£ W, ! STAfi S Huiinnt Matinger A «*i«lartt Business Manager Supervisor Joe Skile* John Skile* Mr J ll Hall And here is * i : peri drawing #f the i> ung m*n who ha« [been writing *11 year | the content* of "lit 1 |l eraey lamplight."...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1933

DBNTON, TEXAS, TIIK (AMPl'S CHAT THURSDAY, MAY 11 PAGE THREE ( i t C— 0 Last Dance Of The Year To Be Held Saturday Nightl Ardens Will Aot Girls of As Hostesses At House Guest Hop Friday With Wright Entertain Lake Picnic Member* of the Mary Anton Club will be hostesses at u guest datuv in tin- i*odg - Friday, May 12, from n until W. GiMata will be tnvitod by written invitation*. Sarah l'pshaw formH ' entertainment throughout is to foe chairman of the host*** com- t,u' afternoon. I'laii* for the picnic tnittee for the evening; assisting her **f* "■•d* '"V Louise Martin ami will he Georgia Blair, Helen ramp. M*r'«n Smith. At six o'clock a pie- TH t Lois Mi-Curry, and Mattie Thomas, At the regular meeting Monday evening. May IS. roll call will be answered by naming the year's pro- mc supper wa served. The picnic was sponsored by Helen Wright ami Willie Crow Wright The members and guests included The girl.* of the Wright House en- tertained their guest* with a picnic on l-akc Dallas Sund...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1933

..iPfr.p TOP* PAGE FOUR TIIK CAMFtJf? RSDAt, MAY U Eagle Tennis Team Drops Lone Star Conference Title; Local Siiuad Ties Trinit\ For Runner-up IVi I, ■ M .... g SB!',- 1 ."8! 1 ■ SlStapSSTI coi | nvw i j pIMen of Sportsman ■■"■flin I>rop Speedy Meet Commerce Set tern Heat Smith-Moore In Finn/ Double* uiiiti uisn Wkttti Trinity Vw. iiMMft Only On* S*i in Winning ™ J Single* ii Han Marking Ik* second year at I .one Star Conferva# tenio * g«(|p <ilio l the N><rth Teaas net mjuad !•« their uti* taiMd ta«t year Mid T«vi«tay of thi* week ia a hotly aoa tested tournament it Itualavltle when the doubles combination «f M< .re and Smith *w turned back after a ion* three hour five set match with Prim ami Trawaek of Commerce in the final fray thai decided the championship. The t'ommerea team won «-4. 11-7, M, St-«, 7-8. ami a* a r-tuJt took th- conference crown Before th* lone struggle « *«• two team* were ilal in |«utni with tit- tcon oath. John While, Trinity art, who was twice...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1933

D17 707V T H E CHATTER BOX li* 1.AMVKHV THE CAMPUS CHAT ! VOLUME XVII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, §®NTON, TBKAS, THl'RSDAf, MAY 18. NUMBER At Those who have been waiting im- patently during the last wwk while (lif Yucca staff shot them a daily Urn* about "the book* coming in to* | morrow" received their opportunity to rut urn the line with a vengeaiay pas*' terday. By thr«; o'clock the grenade J around the lish pond had become a* i thickly populated as Millionaire's In- ' SUMMER SESSION ASSURED BY LEGISLATIVE BILL studes continued tu stream in. Signa- ture hunter* were much in evidence. no much no that the affair became no more nor le** than a game of "pa**-j A Ivlinline* 1)1/ FID ing the l*M k" (Thanks, Hobby); and A1' 1 ® F* lJiM? 1/1 I'll, the drug stores around the drag sud- denly experienced a rushing business in calls for more ink. But you were there yourself, of course. Good News The demand for another AII-Col lege hop has for one* borne fruits, or at least such is th...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1933

WWW j.j. f of the North Tesgf V ^ flRMNMfc' Willi: Mt M lwwi< Claa* t«r at the Paaiodice at DBmmi. 1p|<f>, • DMMlwr .§, MM# TEXAS INTKftrOI.LEOIATE PKE8H ||ms«M I \ I Ii.N Mat - L ~u t Andrew Sweoson ' Lamar Fly E.lit« Bertamid llffl r A«si t nt Editor Shelby Editor* I'da Helle * urt > ami Edith Eoote COt.CMNlHTS l-amnr Fly, Hertiand fief tin. I*da B*% • Sw<•<!•' s en ••> :. John Mile*. J.* «.iiir -nh -ii i, ami Stewart REPORTER?- Prtdi Vart-rough Churl*-* Sounder*. Kuth McNeil, Mar> llert* Mr* luvksti. IKkmI William-. ( iifford Earl Phillip*. Be** - Pen*I Payru- . Anna Maude Taylor. ami Kuh> Mar Ortnataff Th. las« in English Ml taught by Mr J D Hall al* do*1* reporting '<• the ' ampua Chat. Busitw ■*« Manager Assistant Bo«uie.. Super-, mt r Manage* •Joe ,-ikile* Juhri Mkite* Mr J D Mall 4 ilerary - H lamp Befirant) Hejlin li 5 mmm • " i -—1 f *' tf'j rI.\ SCREEN B| -arvd STAGE Weil, people. Mm t* tlhs la* me tki artamn '* M japptnr under my name. not t...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1933

* - j Senior Mernl>er8 Are Honored At C. L. C.'s Supper Officers Electe# j I !By Green Jackets Installation of the officers far the 1 following year was the main feature j Literature flul. wer, honored with a "f ^ '"eeting Tu.-.day buffet upp«r in the Ten K om at at the Harm* Gymnasium. The The #eniur member* of the Current <*. 1 A,, Monday availing at wni o'clock, The honored guests were Mattie Moore. Jaaaie Grace Morris. Vena Sloan, ami Mrs Mary Johnston Steele. Oth«r guest* of the evening fallowing officer* were elected. Pt# Meat, OmU* Cutwtll; eiea ytaaida*. Loyce LmIIow; monetary and t iv«> urer, Hwaanw Swctwon; sergeant-at- utiiis,, Mary Fining t; ardner; report- Cii in pora-Sca va rda Engagement Made Public At Lunch The engagement i pora and Theresa of Freddy Cam- Scavarda, both were Miss Cora Belle Wilson, a farmer! 'J; Sw* WUin: ydl ,"wter' Ma, v Bltaii IjWaia the College, «u announced sponsor of C. L. C. ami Katie Henley, Margaret Hay*, ami Bertha Wilson. Thin soc...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 May 1933

I mm: 1 V : *~m a % 'r follow Eagles Cop Lone Star Conference Meet rmimi or THE WITH SWCtB THE PERHiKMKRs 01 \MOND P: Saturday, ■■0 net to be twtfrl Saturday real . El imt i the annual alumni May H ■■***• 'at Um Mary Airin lain*, a** haiag m s<wm..« to t*- thi* week, a< (< r«lti jr t io the national t a j:§|i*<s Mamie Smith, aarrtitary >f (iip, Tltw ttr inrirtT*; ""- tttiwkin< Association wh- i in ^ ,n, * ha--*e of the affair bw*ta^HM frrnsparts. "A* h# lieen the i-imtom for aav Ural y«an , On* ea student member at her frequent gains* , „ , * - #fc(|. will honor i n thi program 'r""< •warhy haw- ,lfwhn have given many year* i,da> sflarmaMi, when „f *rvw« t.o the college," she utated- seas ttw ta y* get "ff The two instructor* who will re Successful Season Closed IptMl Thinly-Clads at San Marcos Meet: Second Consecutive Title for Team !'cond Fhg I ietory Gained Despite I,ohm of Several Stars MOORE (M'THTANMNIi Repeats 11 Kace Team Make* Good Showing In All Mee...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1933

I T ''V - T H K CHATTKR BOX BY LAM\K M Y VOLUME XVII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THUKSPAY. JUNE 9. INS NUMBER 29 Wrlrume To Our liapp) Home It aeeffis to hecuntO tlit* duty of «v*ry col- umnist at the begin- ning of every term to extend some aort «f A trite greeting to the nt'Wi'(«tuT to the cam- pus. Ami so, not that DEGREES ARE ONFERREI) ON 144 STUDENTS Graduation \lay .11 we an- glad tn m* you or that we are particularly pleased at thr prospect of yout clut- tering u|> the campus so that we alt have to move out of the library ami: Diploma >• sit around the ftxli pond, hut since it „tu,i,.tit ut Is th.« conventional thing to dn tul |iw,|lt.(,||u,ht we strive ut all times to follow the 'fexas Slate minutest rule* of conventionality. we Wednesday, \WARDS MADE TO LARG- EST SI'RINCi URAIH ATIN<i CLASS IN IIISTORV OF HCHiKM. wish to take this opportunity to smirk ingratiatingly and extend to you our "very heartiest felicitations and ut- most wi-he for an...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 June 1933

Wmmm* ¥a* S L , If % 1 I III f in ,.i . lite it, HW ' 1*' i ■MMM Ptiblinh«4 l>) SttnldiHi jHf th* ,Vfirth IGkQt v stair Tm' her# t*uO*fa, jjmiw. T«**« < amt>u« rhat Ki.o •••/ * Swwwl Chs* Mai! Mat* u t at the Ponttotftee at lamina. '!>** . t 1 <-'t_ ftiwamlBiw i, IM* irj|_ linnn | HUSM8 AMJMK I *TIOV Editor A .*« <■!«(«• Kd>t.-r ammtkiu editor nHMP' mm— Hdrtortftl- t.arn r Fly M ttrmd He.fl in Shelby Phillie- l,0 * Ki i!> I 'II t*> It4.il Vji I -It UHPOKTMK. P Kiy fiarnftii, J«e l.ipwomb Jim \ hburt.' -i<* iiuifenhrt-m, Pr m-e« Pty, WitbWf V.luir, nud I?fc tlr- Mi.ntKuiii.i v rfll.t'MNIHTS .Shelf.v ' Phi(Mt> . Ntawart jerhutnn. l«ot* Relit- Curlm, John Wmtw.irth. If • mw1 I.aufnr, IN' !' ' t* m>n, fbilnimi Hrflw «d I *i Kt> lamp •JoKn Wenlw-rtt Noel ' «ward Mr blaze Kaprrvrnw IAH>. M W,ife(.T <"!, .1 l> Hull three jieopfi who love i he i ••rnplit a h>ti« that j.iejM i-«'d SUllh it situa- the play Current) ii'ii for Living" i a iHtl....

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x