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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1936

THE CAMPUS "HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER tt. HUM SportScripturo By Bob Ruckor Wf Are Slill Wondering what the outcome of the game Friday night might havv lieen had Sisco left his first Htriiitr in longer. Ac noon us 14 point* had been runic up, on c «n«* the second and third strings. Not until after the half were the reg- ulars allowed on the field again, ami at that time the count sky- rocketed to the fttml score of 27-7. But we are of a very different opinion about the Commerce game next month, as is the whole school, because the ft rut team will !*• left in to slaughter those Lions. We hope Si set i see* fit to till these hopes no that Commerce will know that she in going to have a bat- tle. So look out, Commerce, HEKK WE COMK!!! The < ar Hla/e At the main entrance Friday night came near to drawing the crowd from the (tame in the last quarter. That was only the fourth fire here this week, which is very low for Denton. College boys who extend their efforts in this mann...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1936

PttUt THE CAMPUH CHAT, DSN TON, TKXAS. THI'RShAY, OCTOBKR 22. \\m I I T. C. Fraternities Announce This Year's Pledges' tu chohorw Fk*> H ill Serve Beta Pledges Talon Pledgenhip The formal pledgt ship ad- minlilert^ by High Alpha T I' Withrow. marked the i eg inning of m five week** pledgeship term for seven men at Beta Alplui Rho Beta'* Monday night meeting HmIrm ait* Harold Farmer. Rob- ert J Hart-is, Alonzo Jaminon, Clovis Johnson, James I#a siter. Joe Strong, ami Frank Sweet. j\ pk'dge-hlp eommittet compos «l ot Bowcn Fvaiih, chairman Ben- rut Kve.ctt, hit;, Hiyant, Ray h ti nes, I jet < onway. and l<ee Wel- don Norman will In in direct charge of pledge*. Pledgeship is to lx divided into four periods, the quail- tie* of (■ tlloWKhip. Scholarship. Cit- wenahip, an«l Six'ial (irace being emphasised i" consecutive weeks Twenty two mvinl>ci> of the fra ternity and then- date- were pre- Mint at a formal da net given in honor of pledge* la?i rtisrhl at the Mary Arden l.o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1936

Ride The Bum To Commerce! *<• • b • • i m ®hr Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29, 193« WHARTON TO PRESENT TERRELL POR IM01 IS From The I 4VS \« HS OPINIONS Fl-Y IN HOME STRETCH OK ELECTION LITERARY DIGEST POLL IS IM //LIS TO MANY A imtii; till' most |>l u 11>lt ox planation* of the result* of the Digest [it'll is thai the few thous and |H*oplo included art' not truly representative of Rent iment in America. but of one group which happens to !«• Republican inclined. Addresses are taken hy the week ly magazine from telephone di- rectories, automobile registration lists, and like sources, represent ing mostly the city population of the higher and middle income class and comparatively few of the la- borers and farmers who have ben- efit t>-d mostly by the administra lion. Members of the first group an' likely to desire a return to the Republican way "f government, hoping thereby to bene tit, while the latter are pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1936

TMK t'AMPI'S ( HAT. DENTON, TF\As. Till RSDAV. OCTOBER 2t . H*H« The Campu® Chat* Published weekly during the college yaar by the student* of the North Tela* State Teacher* Collage Entered a* Mcond cla** mail at the post office at Ik-nlon. Texas, December 8. Ittlfl. Th. Editor u.i u.k rm ni S*y ! Council of Deans Lists Dance Rules DELIVERED BY M KSt RIPTIOh BATHS One collage year Advertising rate* furnished on application to declin, any advert isement ia reserved Office Manual Art* Telephone 124" MAIL tl.Ot) Right 107 MEMBER OK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE I'RKSS ASSOCIATION it<>\\ i :> FX \ns ALONZO JAMISON 1X1 I X V MciiACtJHX BOH Hit KI K Bob Mei loud, Clyde Heath, Jo ' Jcaiictte liidlt-y, Norman lirusky. Kditix m-t hief AssOCIttt, Kditoi Society Editor Sports Kditer < oi l MMSTS Tom Mender. Kill* Martin. KEPoHTFRS Ralph 1 lean, Mai shall Fan lee. Sid Hamilton, Ht'tii > Ji-lyn, Kvlyn Murteiis. Hill XI, Ketone. Hen H udford. Harry Black. William Par- ker. Milium Gibson. Fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1936

• '• «• • « I I GLANCING OVER It Mi My Skcraaa Battle Eadt ia Scereleis Tic KED MARTIN in tiu: i<\i.>n ii.wn of Nut it I>nnu- football, when old knutc was driving the legions of the fighting Irish t« a position ast ride I'm.11.all's highest pill- IIIll'It*, it Would have Ix-flt sill rilege lo mention little lliitpiesiic I'niversity am! the institution whose gridiron destinies he shaped hi the same breath. The shifting ,sa ii 11 of football's fortune is tiaiigcly exemplified, however, by the way in which the two eleven fared with Pittsburg's jugger naut upon successive Saturday*. I>ui|ui iif (faming a victory and Notre I lame receiving her most humiliating defeat in twenty two historic years. going down 2* tl. tk\ \s i n i \ i kni n I a team of destiny. Looming m then pathway is the mighty Minnesota machine, undefeated in their lasi twenly-eight games and victorious in their last twent one. Should the Longhorn-i, already twice defeated in conference play with the season n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1936

, E rout TIIK CAMITS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAN, Mil KSHAY. OCTOBER 2t . MM — Gala Carnival. Dance to Mark Hallowe'en Here Kunmnt! true to form, the Hal hwtVn Carnival. > ! > ««anttu ually by the tiirl*' Forum. will In held Friday. dttober 7Wt. iii the Re creation Park if weather permits; if not it will he in the Harris* (i) nmiiMuni The Carnival section of the entertainment, which ha* lawn one of thr largest source* of pleasure anil fun in year- past, will !«■ from Mtvrn until eight thirty; dancing will I* from « iirht thirty until ten o'clock The various Campus organi*- ,'iliont- will sponsor side shows and ennwMNW* such a." penny pitch- ing, knocking down nigger babies, fortune telliti:, bingo. and several take-offs on outstanding chows of the- Midway of the Centennial. Thire will In plenty of ballyhoo anil hooey, and a record-breaking crowd is fxpectwi. Th< College Players always haw had and always will have IT I'M t talent .n their 'ent i Onh this yi-ai they won't !« in a ten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1936

Ian ■'III H U. alt, |n fan or ii. In ' •X|i|. ■ ■in I |il | ■in' Uti; I ' Mil Igu ll I It) Irk lorn «mi Ii Shop .'SI t !• HIS is ♦ • <Ehr Campus Chat — VOLUME XXI north texas state teachers college, denton, texas, thursday. november 5. 1996 Dallas Malt Chores to Be Here Tuesday Night \t) i is From The im wws SI \H.OH I' ll ( \MHI> M h I INISHI S \S MoHMMi Gl.om M\l FOI It ^ I \US SHOI LD HI-: IN i I:ui:SI i\(. Democrat* arc jubilant; Kepub- I <an- feel like Ihr murninK Httcr I he siiiiflo* rr candidate finished a "morning glory." The Dallas Male Chorus, First on Fine Art* Series Mary 7:80 Satui day. !I-I2 Ardi'ti Lodge "Y" Nov 7: Senior All College The Dallas Mule Chorus, <li reeled l y Edmund Boettcher, will be presented in thf ('ollctn' Audi inriuni Tuesday evening. Novem-; i km 10. at K:15 in the initial Kin# Arts program of the school year. Admission to students will In- hy activity tickets. Thf larger part of thf chorus of 40 is composed of young busi- ness men of D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1936

If PAGE TWO THE CAM ITS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. TIU'KHDAY. NOVEMBER .. It'M The (Campus Chatf Published weekly during the college year by the students of the North Texas State Teachers College. Entered an wound class mail at the poat office at £ Denton, Texaa, December «. 1P16. ,, . . . Rooenveit iw elected! \t thin writing he Ma «M BI BBCRIPTIOE KATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL ned 4;' s,aI*" !,'"vint I-"™1"" 11 nuns ley three; re turns appoai to be virtually complete. Every red- ' J*" — •1-00 blooded American should I* tremendously thankful Advertising rata* furnished on application. Right ,,1Ht ,h( U,M1|, p,„v, ,i to be the landslide that it to decline any advertisement ia reserved. v,,lK j.,,, ,f ,m>Ved definitely, one and for nil. Office Manual Art* 107 t hi contideno of American- in a new philosophy Telephone 124! advocated b) it groat leader. Il proved definitely . - .— 11 in i the Mew Dial hus benefitted the great majority MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE of Americans; it proved that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1936

J THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THl KHDAY. NOVEMBER 5, I MM Stovall Returns Opening Kick-off For Score To Pice Eagle Victory Taking their cut' from a brilliant MM yard touchdown jauill Jack riilihitt Stovall nil i |n i>|><*111ei 1/ kick nit' nl' tin ifiiini', thi X. 'I'. S T. • Lucie marched in a decisive 27 to 7 victory ovei their conference ri v«l- I hi Smiii 11 nil-ton Hcarkats, at lluntsv111«- Friday evening. The i iiiininn ul Stovall. all American 11 urn Denton, who rrn -I'll into pay t • 1111111 \ on twn ot her occasions besides that i>|' hi- hl-topy making, lit hi length -print was easily tin feature nf the irami I,idle Shorty llestei accounted for the only other 1 i• n11in -cure when he ripped ovei through the center oj' the line from ileep ill enemy territory. Stovall" run wik one of the long est m Lone Star <'onfereiice play lie gathered in the opening kii k off I yards behind his own n"al line, el 11ut lieinml perfect blocking, and lipped and III hi■ 11hi...

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

tilHWI .illWMBMJIL- - 1SHIK THE CAiWB CHAT, DKNTON, TEXAS. TIU'RSDAY. NOVEMBER MM mmm First Marquis Hall Formal Of Year Has Seasonal Motif An Hallowe'en atmosphere our- |<fl Ununr ried out by a decorative scheme of "H"" ' ' " mW OrtOl long black and orange itmmtm kaghlir Pledge* and vari-eolored balloon* pervaded a* Marquis Hail girls entertained A ,H>no,llt. rou„m. 0f meetings guest* with then first formal ..... ., ... . . ■ , i at the Kaghlir House. l.'iil SVi- dance of the *chool year Thursday night Approximately one hundred *i *'re Street, marked thhe liegin- couple* were preaent. nine of pledirenhip for three girl* Sid Hamilton'* "Swingtupleta" this week Pledges were in char ire furnished music for the dancing During the dance, which was con ducted a* a program-tag, horns and confetti were distributed to 'j .-s add to the festivity of the occas ion. Mi> Walter Acker, Mrs Mary B Wesson. Miss Sadie Kate Bass. Min Gladys Rwope. and Mr Ed- ward Hodges composed the reciev- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1936

.Aft IMS J 1 <M K/' (I I <• I 'w | ' Sort the BmgUe Friday P. M. <Eljp Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1M6 From Tht im Nrws •which w ay. N \TION \SKS FDR?' I.I WIS KXPKCTN CONSIDERATION ( (IMMIMHM VI l SI IN IS KAMI' \NT Which way. Roosevelt? Left or right iv tht* chief question thr rountrj is debating. now thai thi' campaign In over. Undoubtedly hv will continue his liberal course, but just how far can only be xpec- ulation Issues hanging lire at present are sure to come up for considera- tion in the next four years, in- cluding <he Cuffy Coal \ct (pick- ed out h> the Supreme Court last sprinti i, housing, socialised me<l icine. pure food and drug ad. the IMin* Eagle (or at least some of lis features). smial security. and minimum «a|(i^. hanking legisla- tion. and linall) the problem of the Supreme Court itself, ({ties i ions of national defense and fore- ign affairs must also be settled. One of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1936

r f i I ■ &-. Auft> TWO - Ill* « A.Ml'I S CHAT. liENToN, TEXAH. THI'KKHAY. NOVKMHHtt I-'. I The Campus (IhiM Published weekly >luuny tin- aalluva yw hy llt> attftlent* of the NurUi Ti * * Mali Teachcr* i "olle*e RiiuiimI ft# second class mail at tlie post offaa s- Imn. n, Texas Iteeuikt M, IM# f ik, Lion Weep Together ShoWorld • By Jan MIIMRIPIION MAT KM IMIIUIilli in M VII fjtat ndlaf* y*mt 91 Wt A.ivuiimiii.' rat* furnished on application Ki*lti (j< dm-Inn- any advertisement ta reaarved. Office Manual Aria |«7 Telephone 1 iU;' Ml Mil! Ii HI IIXAS INTKRi Ol.lKUIATE I'It ESS ASSOCIATION HOW I- \ \AV \ I (i\ l > I V \l I i «\ I V KM N M.-li V I i,H \ lit*|l til i K I K |ld< VI.1 U-;i«l. I'lydi Hi Hilt, Jo. Jciii. tte Hi.lit >. ViNMun tfcruaky, i dttm « • 'liH-f \ -Win ! II11'' I llltl'l ■ijll It t * |- llll.'l > I V V KuUi'-i I'll M M I I . < . M. iiiii'i Fit'!.'.'- M 11 I 1,ft I I'OKIl K> Knlpb I «• • Mai • httfl East k . MM Haitii;(:■• . Hfiiuy •••...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1936

THE < AMPUS CHAT. HENTON. TEXAS. TIH KSUAY. NOVKMBKK 12. 19U EAGLES SMASH LIONS TO TAKE LS.C. Siscomen Will Battle Trinity Here Tomorrow Sport Scripture Ry Bob Rucker Pwm Snatcker * <;lancin(> over th« Sports World with HKD MARTIN In Japan you don't bet <m horse- racing You look h nag over, an<l if you decide he possesses cjuhIitic>*> which should enable him 1 «> triumph hi a set-to with others of his breeil, you pull StO yen (six dol- lars) from your pocket, which makes you a legalised horse judger. If your judgment i* good, you can't collect more than nine to one for a winner. Since the government takes three yen eut of each twenty invested, a win tntig horse sometimes fails to re turn the twenty you "put on his none Neither part> to the transaction sees the other, since the winning ticket is showed through n round hole where an invisible hand re- moves the card hoard and replaces it with the y:>n notes which your horse-judging ahilit> has minted S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1936

If 1 I I if m rou« THE CAMPt'S CHAT. HKNTON. TEXAS. rill KSUAY, NOVEMBER 12. IW.W Eagles Poll Six Votes To Win Commerce Precinct Sr. K xe reining their grid franchim in an extremely creditable man mi. the North Texas Sun Teach- ci* College Kmgles, led ! y Cam- paign Manager Shorty Hult'r, de- salted si* votes at I.ion Eield precinct in Commerce Friday night to win a land-slide victory from the Commerce faction, which friled to mark a -ingle ballot Election i<f the Denton Csll*fr to confer- trit♦ supremacy i* apparently a- sured. according to latent reports i ••iliitifii of votes by the hour ruinated considerable roncentra two, eari> returns showing si* K.tfle !. ittl« ts in the first ijuarter Meet ion judg* - win kept busy m ih« -<i<nd period anticipating a |,i< i vot< which would have off-set the Eagl< lead Eagle txisses Shep ai d and Stovall. howevei, brought into pla> all their political power >nd engineered a stalwart cVfense The threatened Lion vote &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1936

I'll I'itlh. u |i'a i •can f\ ... He At the Pep Rally Tonite! <EV Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHE18 COLLEGE, D ENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1986 EAGLE PEP RALLY SLATED FOR iVt" I ( (■ Nffh' II h; i' i l\\ • Vt Wi f la.i, ■ I |' tb N< I h« a i ♦ I i Class Favorites To Bo Elected This Afternoon Theae Men Will he P'aying Their L—t Game Under the Green em* White \< I f s From The I «'SMWS Mini I ( I O. i ok i. mi: dim \ n> MMSI \ Nil -in 1,1. being < IIIIH.lt \ EKMOVI l. hti I,, Lewis and his rebel • ■ ■:o11 fin Industrial Organi 'HI II lltttc I III' I'h p.. ♦ n were chief subjects for di- ll the American Federation • )' I,abor convention this week. Kil'M resolutions condemning S s- iieiision of the ten rebel union* nil tl n't I'd with the one resolution ,i ,ii fin their expulsion Othei ■ ,itnuis called for eithet un l-iiilifted co-operation with Lewis impromise with hie term*, officials are nearly forced to .•awe their criticism of Lewis and ..tl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1936

THE CAM PI'S ('HAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, IWW 1 The Campus Chat ■ Thin Sign It Meant far Ym! year by the ■tudenta of tfca North Tmm State Taaehera College. Entered u second cl&u mail at the pott office at Denton, Texa , December 8, 1916. • SHo World • By Jan BIJMM KIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year $1.00 Advertising riu> furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1842 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION i Editor-in-Chief BOW EN EVANS Associate Editor ALONZO JAMISON society Editor EVELYN McGAUGHY <port« Editor BOB RUCKER OLI M MISTS Bob McCloud. Clyde Heath. Jot Tom Mead«r. Jeanettc Ridley, Norman Grusky. Ellin Martin. REPORTERS Ralph Dean, Marshall Fairlee. Sid Hamilton, Henry Joslyn, Evlyn Martens. Rill Mc- kenzie, Ben Bradford. Harry Black. William Par- ker, Marian Gibson. Frances Fisher. Nad me Mayo, Vrnola Morgan, Mary Ann Saunders. By- ron Cur*is, Lucy Lee Hart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. It - I (•LANCING OVER Sports World II Hester's Passiif Leads To 26-6 Win Over Tigers RED MARTIN SportScriptww Ruck«r Conference CkaapiiMUp Delmnstd is Bobcat EAGLETS ENGAGE JUNIOR COLLEGE I-*■'! hy Shorty Heater nd hi* • vim active throwing arm, Coach „ mi,, •' <* SlMtuiV North Texus Kagh-s ' added another victory to their in \\ ill lie the site of this yuui s I'l'CMsin^ string of wins Friday. •! ! • '-1 w' Hl ««« '. nd ,h taking a lighting Trinity t'niver /i/ur/urnn IMUTiniM .•wiiiji extract from one or the nity team l y h count of 2ft.fi on th>- I ftj III r\ I f V|\ Mill I nit i >' leading newspapers in- local field Thin content wa* the ■ *' I J 1 UlllUII I j, itt that stormy weather in due last lion-conference scrap on the , he Kastern airgrcjjwtion: IBM schedule, leaving one more \Vhen Percy l.accy of Oregon Conferei.ce game t«i lie pluycd here and Malic Hollingherry start tomorrow with the San Marcos iiling players...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1936

i rout THE CAMPl'S CHAT. DEN'TON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 12, li i , Two All-Colleges Feature Pre-Holiday Social Calendar (ieezles to Use Grid Theme, Talons Plan Holiday Motij T. C. Ex Speaks or 'SPLENDOR' TO BE Charles Tifiier Ten Students Represent T. C. Berlin Broadcast SATURDAY SHOW Is New m Paris 4 , SaH Antonio Convention •Y" TO SPONSOR HIPI'KW ipbar stage P|QH /lvn\I f DnOS I Mil ThaaksgiviiigTea l)n Sunday. November 12. Mm* Swiit- Kate Ban* and Mrs. Walt#' Acker will h > hoMt- st->■ to thv trirle of Marquis Mail at a formal ThanksgiviriK tea. Freshnisn will entertained from five to six. and the *oph<>mort K. junior*, and seniors* from six to seven, each iriri brinirinjr a truest, either a hoy or a jrirl. Member* of the Honor Council with their committees will compose the house party for the tea Music will be furnished by various jfirls who live in the Hall. Itecorations and refreshments will carry out tht Thaiiksjrivinjf motif. Ad Libbing With TK« Musikeers Hy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 November 1936

It'll (lis lot I in 1In I nf ( ?•))< BftOI [it f (\ I II ' t* FOOTBALL EDITION JElfp (anqnm Chat .WMK XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2ft. 1936 ■MM EAGLES SMEAR CATS TOTAKE LS.C CRO Stovall Being Considered For A11-American Selection I <; LANCING OVER the Sports World with RED MARTIN I;M:> MAY'S ind again. I"'iiitrii k; along full share of prospective i tin ills t<> top oil" that din Mum'.* due to spread for her '■(! prodigal* The Texas \| clash nia\ be devoid of < thr sign ilk-ana that has ■ ■muted it in past yearn hut V ;• If 1«• possessing ail ttd great team ami Texas viif in eleven that scored lint..- <>ti Minnesota's jug 'ban any team the (Joph ilift miui I'.'.'U, a hattlr - Win to Ih uncorked that i than n-pay the faithful 1 iki off thai after-dinnci in-) and journey I'll. T C. ■■■■'. Ion. is llui •ii. i: quota of • h< score may 11'Sports Pictorial' May Honor Speedy T.C Back "The S|MH*ts Pictorial." itiiiiuu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 November 1936

MM> • «v,- PAGE TWO TMK CAMPUS CI! AT, DKNTON, TEX AS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2ft, He Played Left End on the Bench Looking Back The program for the Kx-Htudentu' annual Thanksgiving dinner will carry tin- followiiiK items of information concern- ing our ('olleK«: il: The Cunipus Chat Published weekly during the college year by the Student* of the North Texas 8t«k Teacher* Collude. Entered a second cl* s mail at the post office at iM-nton, Teut. December 8, If 16. ShoWorld By Jan HI B8< RIPTION KATES. DhllURLD HV One college year Advertising rate* furnished on application, to decline any kdvertuvawnt i reserved. Office Manual Arts Telephone 1242 M All. $1.00 Right Inn ( laire recently won the Academy award for the la'fit diction of 1W36 This shuwa what h person can achieve when willing. She never «ttended dra- matic schools to learn *o sneak stave diction yet has joined th* ranks of Helen Hayes and « at hemic Cornell. MI.MBKR OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION BoWKN EVANS A...

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