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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1936

ppw' '• ''",lV ' ' Sign New for four Yucca Picture! ■ • VOLUME XX! NORTH TKXAX STATU TKACHKRS (MLLKtiB. l> NTON, TUX AH, TIII>KSI A V. HtilTKMItKK 514* l H«i College To Be Host To 150 County (Officials ■ ^UIIS From The I O'S !\IHS I Hi. KKH'LI* liKT VOI II VOI VOTK FOR I UK. St RK \MS HI\KST, RKIIS S \ > NO. Ml 1,844 Students Register For New Long-Term High Socirnl Director in HO It MrCl.Oi I) Die furor which originally lie jthii with a note from thr WhiU Hou.-t ronci-i ihiir Mr. William K Hearst's i'lmia<-ti>rir.alions of thi lioosevclt administration as sup porting I'ommuniatic mnl Social i tif pnncipjgti continued yextei day with the launching of attacks n th - Hearst newspaper!- by thi I i I'sidvntmi candidates of both ' hi'M' parties. The statement of b.arl Hrowdcr (Communist) thai •In issue thim year i not Social isin against capitalism l>ut demw i at \ anginst Fascism is far more •Kirnl than the rash accusations <■! Mi Hearst and his fellows; the same can...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1936

THE CAMPI'S CHAT DENTON. TEXAS THC RSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, li 8« The Campu. Chat{ T_ EJ| - Published weekly during the college year by the fc¥ w UP —f Published weekly during the college year hy the students of the North Texas Bute Teacherc College Entered an econd class mall at the post office at llantnn. Teaa*. December S, 191 A. SI RW RIPTION RATE8. DF.I IVKKFD BY MAII. On« college yea* $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application Righl to ducline any advertisement is reserved Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 Prof kicks Coven 0# In Throe* Of EtMBEB t F TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PBESS ASSOCIATION With (wo more days of rcntless waiting for the for thi Mustang Eagle tilt, football is uppermost ir the minds of sport-conscious members of the stu- dent bod)*. We'd like to sec a big bunch of Eagle fans go down to Dallas with the team. You can I ct your bottom dollar that the scrap is going to be well worth watching' And speaking of football, let's «t rt pointing right now for that COM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1 M 1 • * GLANCING OVER Mm j-- U/AJJ •pwn Trvno with RED MARTIN A J«"' Louis Who |U« M'Mll'll ,1 I.II (|'l It'l t'llt picture ti> thr and Imt Alabama N'• r«> who r< i Inl hiuI In.mi tin riu'lit hIIml hla l <>f Gfrmanv Mav Schmelinjf -i (i w month alto, kilo, ki ll out I'll: .1 <l<d|d)ia' XI Kdoii' in t li fifth round of 11h■ 11 irhi*duli'd fifti*i-n round tiatili T uc*<lav night. Coupled with his ihi'"' round kuoi'koiit of tin <1 in k Shiirl,i a short (inn- hack, tin- virtor; ct n trihuti'd a l it toward *Iii>vhik 11■. prido of llai'lrni tia>*k 'i|> thi' rungs of the fistii luddi i 11" o vlnch he w*h tumbled by Hcri Max. 'Che fart that lhad Pan Jo«> iw no nu|j«i fighter. liowt" . *«■ ^ brought into -till rlemei liirbt as Ktton landed inimotout i uhts and lefts, all devoid of |> .wci Although lark i Mi; in defense, i Louis |>rovrd that thi ShaiUe\ tilt was no fan'", and that he could ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1936

THF CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 19Hfi Denton Churches HawC«IUf A<#>, Parties For Students — King on Hig-UttU Adoption Party Variolic churrhe* of Denton held open house for the students of T 8. C. W. and N T. S T. C. last evening, Th< «M«rtWRmMit4< served to w«lromc both old and new student* and farulty mem- ber*. and to mak> them acquaint ed with each other and with the cooperative spirit of the churches An unusual form of outer!h n ment was presented by the First Methodist Church. The entire program wh given backward; (•veil the punch and twitted dough not* were served flrsi lntroduc ti nc were made hack to hack, race* were run backward, and readings were given in reverse or der Marvin Harrison was re sponsible for came-. Miss Annie Adams if- student supervisor. Mock Political ( onventioti Carried out as though it wen • political convention, the recep tion of the First Baptist Church featured fiery pohtiaa! oratory All of th« games carried out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1936

f. Ckat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1986 EAGLES HOLD S.M.U. TO 6-0 SC GLANCING OVER the Sports World with RED MARTIN OW|,S \NI> KIM M S . . . Furnished cannon fodder for the lug guns i>r Louisiana State Tigers ami the Bull Fighter* of Texas Tech out i hi- week-end, a two mighty blown wen- dealt the enviable record compiled by South western Conference teams during recent yearn, against "furriti" op position. While the Owl-, were be intr plucked, 20 to 7, and thi Floys speared 7 to (I. anothci member of the conference now recognized as one of the strongest in exis tence, the Mustangs of Southern Methodist, were being extended t" the very limit by our own Eagles, in order to pull out with a Inst minute. one-touchdown victory. These scores seem to indicate that the strength of the Big Six is not quite up to par this season. I In the other hand, the world is in the process of learning that the strength of the Lone Star and Texa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1936

THE CARPI'S CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS THl'RSDAV, OCTOBER 1, IK36 The Campus Chat Published weakly during the soilage year by the •tttdeota of IIm North Tuu Bute Teacher* College. Cntered m second eia* mail at the pout office at Dratoa, Texas, December 8, 1916. SI MMKIPTION RATES. DELIVERED RY MAIL One college year $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement i reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMRKR OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Faculty Sponsor Bower. Evans Shelton MeMath J. I) Hall, Jr TK« Editor Wit Wis Say And ho the Mustang* lucked out on us! After both teams hH«l >trui;irleil back and forth over h ■OfflO field foi three lon|i quarters, SMC had the unapeakable uall to chunk a lonir pans which enabled them to neon in the Ihk) three minute* of play. That ««- a plenty sad ending to a iranie in which the Eagles had been battling like demons the whole time. Matty Bell'* prophecy of h one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1980 IMOTtS From Th« DAVS MfWS FLOOD DAMASK RISKS TO MILLIONS IN I K VIRAL TEXAS AREA TEXAS STUDENTS KEPI'S TO I'AV CENSOR OK NEWSPAPER Autographed Voliuwt d Nine WerkiSpeMhg T§ Gift of McKinney Woman to Library *** — i Arts nHMf EllBANKS TAKES PAULIJS' PIACE AS T.C. REGENT «VM aid India to fiipii (or ♦ !• ♦ • «;• HY BOB Mctl.OlD That we speak of the weather is not proof that there is no other subject available, |'or this is Tex us weather a tit topic for (lis cussiou at any time. I'he drought of the summer ha.- I>eeii broken at lust by Hoods bringing lo>.- of life anil property in many Texas cities. Central Texas rivers have swelled to floods, anil damage rise to the million* as refugees flee their .lollies and seek enter Agency relief. A $ I-',0110,000 tax measure (said to lie the largest ever presented to the Texas Legislature; was read by Governor Allied Tuesduy to the Legislature now in session. The subject of pension d...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DSN TON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, m Rapid Social Whirl Marks Climax**1mimVm Modern CMw-MSKNFOt of Rushing for Campus Sororities . — A Phoreff runh week activiti** > «■- if i' IanI Sunday afternoon. when twtiity-nw rucht-o were c*nt*• i tamed at a nested tea in the Mary Arden Lodge (>ue t> at thtr- affait hmide* the ru*ht«et- were M iw.- Ktlith L. t lurk. dt'ttii >f women. Mr* Mary B. Wcumni, and t-.v>> former member* of the ontanua tion. Cyrene Hi 11 and Fern For. man. Marqui*. Jr., who in study - riir toward the doctorate at the VII Mud,;,t> of th. t oller have f Texan, i. now U.ch (. ,li(, in r a clans m nophnmore noctolo|f\ •|u-n hou*.* which m ,h< ' ^ersity. atwrdin* to word r«c«Mvt r! httre. Mr. MtirquiH was IH MAS NOVEL IS SATURDAY SHOW Svcamo^.'Im^uX'!^ 'f"! Ukr TV* C,tt"" by Oft II III/ II iJinrn 0,u,,„, , |UIMI , 7. rhw the director of th. department. _ e\ent i- t.> climax the affair> held **"" J he late premdent ot the \1K„...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1936

/. . Beat the Wildcat*! <£hr Campus Chat m Mr* Wt VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1936 <« FAMED WEAVER DOLLS WILL COME TO T.C ► « v# its From The DAV'S \IHS "EYE-WITNESS I \LES OF SI' WISH RFNOl.t ll<>\ " I IM K" I M SI \IM)t I liKINl.S <M \L I" A < IS t HI I I;(,|> A Part of the Famous Weaver Doll Collection H> llOlt Met l ot I* Don't accept word of the counts of the by the various as gospel every "eyo-w itness" uc S|>aiiir«h revolution new associations, I t a « • • ► • i • • • tm the correspondent may not have been anywhere neai the tiat- tle-fiehl as wan the case on th«* iluy ot toe capture of Itadojozi we don't know where it is either) when the report of 2,000 Reds shot was released by a French correspondent who was not in* Hadojn/., but in Portugal, miles away from the fighting. Ami more than likely the action pic- tures of hand-to-hand conflict at which you marvel were made ut a rifle range by a cert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1936

I THE CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER g. 1938 The Csmput ('huf Publiahed weakly during Ik* college year by the •tudenta of the North Texas State Teacher* College. Entered aa aermd claaa mall at the pout office at ^ * D^",b#r 8' lM We an- famous! We a- made' And nam,- will -,.Tln„ „ .- —■■in uv uiU carved in th. Hall of Immortal* along with that HI tm MPTION RATES. 1 KLI\ ERKD B\ ()1 K,l, „n. tt h.tney. Fulton and Sn.ph.naon, For One college year $1.00 K|) gentle reader. have become an inventor! Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right Th«. nHll„. „f „U| brain child (now don't he *ur to decline any advertisement i* reserved prised!) is PSYCHOBIO-CHEMG-ANALYTIC-DE- (iff lor Manual Art* 107 TECTOR And believt me. tt get- th< job done in Telephone 1242 MEMBER Of TKXAS INTERCOM,EGlATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editoi-in Chiet Business Manager Facult y Sponsoi The Weaver Collection Singulai reeogmtion has come to the State Hi* toru-al Collection of reacher* Ciillogi thro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER t, ISM Yammjv CA^J..LJ I Ming m IS IIIH dCBMMN For Fme Arts Program C' HffrCff owr p« lur |th |of tic H I of llf fk A twelve-year-old pianist with an amaging record has been an gaged f< r the first Fine Arts number of the collage your for Monday evening, Oct. 12. He is Leonard Pennario of Hulfalo, N Y Young Pennario luui all the eai marks of a geiiius even from in- fancy . One had to play the piano, phonograph, or radio to make him cut. lie astounded friends and relatives with little compositions on a toy piuno. At ten he won a musical scholar- ship and last winter was guest performer on one of Ring Cros- by's radio hours, winning national acluim. Ernest Kutcheson and Mischa Levitski gave him audi- lions and recently declared the hoy to be "the gruutest child prod- igy in either Europe or America." Pennario's teacher is Samuel Hall of Los Angeles. Students will be admitted on activity tickets. Admission will be 50c to those outsid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THl'RSDAY, OCTOBER I, Mr. and Mm. Ralph X. Dean of Denton have announced the birth of a eight-and-one-half pound son Monday morning. Oct. 6, at the Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth. Dean is a Mnior in the College. Hr was president of the Press Club in 19S5; and thie year he holdt the offices of secretary- treasurei of the W. N. Masters Chemical Society and senior Yuc- ca representative. Ruses It' J7 DO STUDENT TEACHING PAN-AMS TO HAVE TEACHEKS CREDIT UNION VfltMSIBS TO Partnitaf « SCHOOLS OF COUNTY "W" 12 GROWTH HAS BEEN HATO remfl am TmJWl Ninety-seven students, either ical education; Shelie Cranstaff. '"anior* or seniors, are doinir their typing. Frances Ha inner, physi- practice-teaching this semester. cal education; Jimmy Hawk. phys- according to a report fro.n the ical aducation; Lola Henderson, department of educataon. The physical education; Kula Smith, purpose of this training is to give speech; Alice Smith, physical ed students a irraap of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1936

' THE CAMPt'K CHAT, DKNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, 1986 m GLANCING OVER Mm c l- u/apm •porw TT orm with RED MARTIN Statkwfstera Pirates Beat T.C. Forcet,12-7 SportScriptur* By Pucker v til ■I 90 HIV •t h«* srt- l<> hoor In Pgf fited r" ' Jit- r • [hi |Tl llian 1 has th. [>or ibly |me M the DICK TODD Is causing an epidemic of aye- br« w lifting among curtain skep tie* of the pigskin world. Todd, who wan the first back to ever step from the flans B rank into an All-State elan* A role, has been been more or les* throttled by the opposition in his first two appear mice* with the A tv M Farmers, and his failure to run wild has caused a decided slump in Aggie Conference stock Whether or not he is really just another over-rated country boy remains to be seen, hut the Crowell Comet is definitely > i>n the spot. V \.\ METKK. IOWA. f And surrounding territory Im a lieves in showing her native sons who climb fame's pinnacle, that they are proud of them. When Hob Keller paid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1936

THE CAMPUS OUAT, MNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER I. ltfSrt ? < TL. flu ■ II mmL hi i i v nv vnnnvruox College Dance SATP ELECTED ■w Qknrfv ■y snony chattel Box Below is a ropy, facsimile, repro duction, replica, or proof of a let- ter written to the Campus Chat: "We. the students, would like to know who the young lady i« that has been nMmaimd 'Big Bertha.' It is our understanding that the party mentioned above it* on the staff <>f our moot unusual publics ter written to Chatterbox: (Same letter): "And another thin? It seems a* if the gov- ernment engineer that iw in u>wn at the present time if taking Jean- ette Ridley for a ride, or is he get- ing taken for one? We don't know which now but time will tell. Out feeliUK- go out for this- engxascr liecauHe the gal has the 'dvopr.We know that Jeanette ha!' U-en en- gaged to most everybody in this neck of the woods. The last on« that she ha«l, ha«i to g" to a town aliout 650 miles west to g-et away How far will this guy have t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1936

f0 I n Beat the Lumberjacks/ ®br Campus Chat *h# VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, D ENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1936 NOTES From Th« DAVS NfWS KEPI BLU'ANH TELL BKD'IIMF. STORIES SAYS ROOSEVELT MONTGOM Eft V BELIEVES IN PROFIT SYSTEM CAMPUS WORK Dr. McCoaiell Ckat to Poll Stvdeats NOW KhlNfcnM) ^ _ 4 ITlKrAKtPUll after lapse Council Appointments debate topic Presidential Election Here ToJnjr My MOM McCLOUD 2 Campaigning in Governor Lan- dun's home state. Franklin D I Roosevelt this week stated that I thi' GOP leaders ware telling po- I litical bedtime stories utul spread J ing the gospel Of fear in their § attacks on the administration an! I the New Deal. Not mentioninu I l.andon's name, the president de- I dared that "The people who talk E aliout class distinction are the I very ones who are encouraging I cla;.s antagonism. For they tell U I one story in th«- East, and another § story m the tt'c-t; one story in & the city and one story in the coun- % l^ry -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1936

ff. : 1 a J, i m 7 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, HMM The Campus Chat™ 9 Published weakly during the college year by the students of the North Tex** State Teacher* College. Entered a* second claaa mail at the post office at Denton, Texas, December 8, 1916. Th. Editor Mm Mi. Say Amd Her§*9 Where mm Km/fie Get* m si RSCRirriON rates, delivered bv maii One collage year Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in Chief Business Manager Faculty Sponsor Bowen Evan* Shelton McMath J. D. Hall, Jr Freedom of Criticism:* One is no long* r surprise d m picking up hi.- morn- ing newspaper to see spread over the front page the vivid Hccount of an "investliration' if "the teach- ing of Communism" in one or another of the schools of our land Such investigations appeal to be quilt tin rag* It is >>ui I" ! let" that, while -"'i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DSNT0N, T1IA1, THUftSDAY, U. !<>' till! I"' I'll' ry |M |OSH leu I . ■ hi ret Ir 1 lie- lot t iu> Inn III! Itlll Ith' I I rh . to f ith 1 , M to Irk Tit. I I# Eagles Down A CC18-0; Meet Jacks Here Tomorrow Sport Scripture By Bob Rucker if -t i • I •SPORTSMAN Wlgt.-L.- C DT1111UH ACnll AUKl ■tavc CFYTST TO *• Ust H H Routs A. C. C. ««w-™ Coal eresce FMWHN WK WONDER Why the fortune teller at the Denton County Pair t« ld little Johnny Stovall thut he would have good luck Oct. lti (tomorrow). Johnny agreed to go in and have hi* future predicted if Fat* Wilson, erstwhile track enthusiast, would pay the fee, u total of two bits. This correspondent, ('hoe Sportsman, and H'veral other onlookers stood hy awaiting the outcome of the ven- ture. Then the little Ail-Ameri- can reappeared without Fats. Wil- son, it was understood, stayed to try his luek, being pleased with Johnny's try IT MKKMS THAT Several of our athletes have taken over some of the concession* and >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1936

THK I AMPL'S THAT. DKNTOM, TKXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1ft. 1 8« AmiNCEDSOON for the five men'* social clubs on the Campus will he an- nounced n«xt eek. according to the Intrafraternit.v Council. These pledges were voted into the va rious club* at the regulai meet inff Monday night of thin week, ami invitation* wre u nt out Tues- *if. Rushees arc exacted to reply to theme bids before the meeting time for the fraternities next Mon- day night. Announcement of the pledges will be made at the meet ings ami in the next issue of the (ton pus Chat, according to the rul- ing of the Council K. N. Richard* Club Initiateh Fifty The K'len H Richards Club met Wednesday, Oct. 7, for the purpose of initiating fifty new members A short welcome speech was given by Mia* Muriel K. Williams. one of the sponsors, and a greeting was extended by Mws Lois Fouts, pres. ident of the club. Initiation of new memliers was followed by th<ir di- vision into four groups. each of which presented a stunt pertaining ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1936

• i • • • • • I • : • I I VOLUME XXI <El?g Campus Cfrat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1936 NCItS From The Dm NIW* KOTTKN KGG8 fob bkowdfk at tehkk haute it. ok r trri dkh \rk opposfd to (knuokswir Council Gmi RmI 0 K To Publication Staffs Teachers College Publication Heath, I99S-37 liv llOlt McCLOt l> ('11120ns ut Tern' Haute, lndi ana, this week hurled rotten eggs at Kari Browder, Communist can didutc for I'ri .sidciit and prevented him from entering a radio station tn make a campaign speech. Fights broke out, at least one person was injured, and a photographer had his camera torn from his hands. Hrowder retired to his hotel, send- ing word tie would not attempt to make I tie speech but would take matters to the courts. One infers thai the citizens of Terre Haute are not inclined to- ward Communism, but, what is more significant, that they are not inclined toward the principle ! democracy which provides free- doom of speech to anyone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1936

Pfe MVtWfw* t'.kweiy: PA GE TWO IHE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THI'KSDAY. OCTOBER 22. !!>: « The (Campus (]hat Published weekly during the college year by the students of the North Texas State Teacher* College Entered as second class mail at the post office at Denton, Texas. December 8, 1916. n k Th. Editor Mm Hn Say And Sm They dure Him One With « Bell On It. RI'MM RIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL Oh college year tt.it Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any r dvertisement is reserved Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief A SSOCI a it Eli It ill Sot let,v Editoi SpoHi Editor < OLl'MNISTS. H< \V EN EVANS ALONZO JAMISON EVELYN McGACGin BOH Rl'i Kl R Bob Me Cloud, Clyde Haath. Joe Tom Meador. Jeanette Ridley, Norman Grusky, Ellis Martin REPORTERS Ralph D.-an, Marshall Fairlee. Sid Hamilton. Henry Joslyn. Kvlyn Martens. Bill Mc Kuniic, B«n Bradford, Harry Black William Par ker, Marian G...

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