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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1937

'•tfW" Hear Dr. Gable This Morning Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 14, 1937 Two Assemblies, Fine Arts Number On Immediate CjiI-mW INlOTtS From The 14V* MIHS SHOW I'ROl'PK I'SKH I MM, FOR HOT W VTKR IMIiTI.K M AIM IN JOHNSONS SO AFRH \ SAFER THAN AMERH A Indian Princess of Chicktstw- T c•Caae Mentor Choctaw Tribe To Be Presented In Assembly Here January 27 Te Ata Slated To Appear In Native Dress, Present Varied Program of Song, Dance, Legends, Chants, and Folk-lore Always a subject of discussion, the weather this week lias outdone itself n> comments nit' heard on every hand mi th*- wave of ice and sleet, the worst this winter, which lias Hindi travel ha/.anion* ami caused damage estimated at mil- lions Losses to utility power line* alone a>.iounted to several million, one company declaring that one- i ighth of its lines were down. Most prominent of accident vic- tims were the Martin Johnsons, big i.iiin« hunters, who a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1937

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. 1WS7 sokly during the oolite ywr by the North Texas State Teachers College at the DMt oAn at Tttii. December «. 1 10. ^ Editor Mm Mm Say I'm, There SkmH C Heh. You' Sometimes you read this column for news. Sometimes you rt-Mti it for entertainment. Hut if you read it thin time, you're going to have to do juat a little thinking Don't buck out, now! I chsllenge you to read it to the finish. OP TIXA8 INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-CMef Associate Editor Society Editor 8porta Editor COLUMNISTS: Bob Mct'loud. Clyde Heath, Joe Ellia Martin, Sid Hamilton. Did you know that there was « war in Spain, a war in which the duly-elected Socialist government is fighting desperately to save itself front the re hellion of the Fascists? Kid you know that the Fascist doctrine is aga'nst freedom of speech, press, or us sembly? That it says woman's place is scrubbing the kitchen floor? That it hates peace und glorifies war? Hid you know t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1937

Capt Hawk Leads Team f To Win Over McMurry P • '■ (■LANCING OVER Um Sports World with RED MARTIN llll «'OHMil SK I KS From Nebraska University have dominated (hr H1*^- six Confcreno since entering it in 1! 2H as nn football team hus over dominated any conference. WinninK t hat year, the driver's reins were then turned over to Dana X Hihlt>, fresh from A. & \1 and the Southwest Conference. who has piloted them to six other cham- pionship during his eight years. Seven flags in nine seasons, and i only three game* lost out of the last eight years. They need to move down and join the South- west Conference. no yoi know What happened to Charlie Cas per. who was tearing up the turf for T C U. in 1 .'I8? After win W'*kt t !i e individual scoring rate that year, he left T C. U. to kick around at various jobs, finally following in the footsteps of Cy Leland and taking a joh with a radio station. lie now covers the races for station KTSA in San Antonio. Leading the pack home in \'lti w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1937

THK CAMPUS ( HAT. UKNTON. TKXA8, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. IWH7 3$ Orgamumthus Fit Interests Needs •/ Practically Every Student HI 1 Ad Libbtng With The An organisation in At the in- fc'reM of every student is offered b> North Texas State Teachers ( «tllfirr Boaatinif thirty oijrht Hub*, the Coibwi can fill the extra-cur riruUr tiei-ds of every type of «tu> dull whether Kr Ik- athletically. ho ciall.v, or *■ hola^tically inclined Headed liy M list tif Ave nutlolial honor societies the roster itf Tr ili. er College organisations includes five hs'al honor *.Kleties. two mtv ice clubs five men'* social clubs, two women s social club*. four wo men's literay club*, and at least fifteen mi*c«l1aneoui> clubs which take in the fields of biologry, dra mattes. music, literature, debate, elementary education, industrial education, mathematics, physical education publications. and chem it.try A Student Christian At.*.! ciation m also open to all stud' ts Students at the College have n.-vei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1937

• !• Cmai Yam Ballot Tad m! VOLUME XXI >• IMOTES From Th« DAY'S NCW§ GREAT FLOOD BRINGS HUMOR A8 WELL AH TBAGEDY ECONOMIST HERDS TO 8TIDY ELEMENTARY BIOLOGY Starvation, cold, and disease rode on the waves of one of the greatest floods in history thin week as the Ohio and Mississippi river# ^ "® and tributaries swelled to over- flowing. Property losses have run into the millions and hundreds of thousands are left homeless and suffering, despite magnificent ef- forts of Red Cross and other re- lief agencies. Louisville is under martial law and Federal troops have !>een sent to Kentucky and other stricken areas to combat panic and pestilence. W ith water everywhere, .nany cities are with- out adequate sanitary drinking supplies. The Red Cross is cam panning for a two million dollar ♦ ffl flood relief fund for the nearly three hundred thousand homeless in eight stuten—Arkansas, Mis- souri, Illinois, Tennessee, Ken- tucky, Indiana, Ohio, nd West Virginia Dr. J. Q. Dealey, Editor; M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2H, H 37 I I I 4 ■a Hr 1 I I EH : it' t The Campus C^hatf^ _ VMkly during the college year by the The CulfcOf S®¥ students of the- North Thu State Teachers College Hawk Puts in a Push Shot whly during the college year by at the North Ttxu State Teacher* College. lil At the post office at Denton, Texas. December 8. ItfUY RATES. DELIVERED RY MAIL 11.00 Advertising rata* furmahad on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1142 MEMRER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor- in-Chief Associate Editor Society Editor Sports Editor COl.l'M MISTS BOW EN EVANS VLON/O JAMISON EVELYN McGAlGHY BOH RCCKER Bob McCloud. Clyde Heath, Jot Kills Martin, Sid Hamilton. REPORTERS Evljrn Martens. Bill McKenrie, Harry Black. Marian Gibson. Frances Fisher. Ma dim Mayo, Venola Morgan, Byron Curtis, I.ila Ann Rutner. Ann Boyd. Byron Clark, Hope Rog- ers, Lee Hinton, and Carol Davis. Ann Boyd, and Byron C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY M, 1987 GLANCING OVER Dm Sports World with HE I) MARTIN When Larry Kelley leaned over, pretended to pick up a fumbled Navy punt and then hooted it twenty yard* to the enemy nix foot litie from when' the Yale winning touchdown wan pushed over, he unleashed the second most fatuous kirk in history. Number one occurred hack in the days before the drastic rule elianges were effected, in a triune between California Tech and [,a Verne Col lego. Clay Smith, quarterback in*.' the Tech team in the but trame of a winless season, attempted to intercept a I.a Verne pass and hooted the nuifft-d attempt twenty one yards into the arms of a team-mate, Mob Pinker, who field ed the ball, which had never touched the if round, on the fly, and scampered forty yard- for a touch. Tech went on to chalk up twenty eight points more and Its only win of the season. Horse racing is another sport which breeds fantastic and al- most unbelievable events, as J Kelley...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 January 1937

'■V' THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUABY 28. 1987 End Eliction lOffican ♦ ! Pi Phis (ieezles Ralph McDade. senior student from Magnolia, Mia*., ww electod president of the Hi Phi Pi fratern- ity ait the regular weekly meeting Monday night. Other officer* elect- ed to nerve for the aecond wmw- ter were Dean Smith, chancellor; J. P. Davis, secretary; David Mc- Kinney. treasurer; and Kenneth King, rush captain. Preceding the election and in- stallation of officer*. Dr. E H. Hanson. one of the sponsors of the cluh. led a discussion on th«> opera- tion of fraternity house* and alum- ni chapters of various fraterni- ties. Plana were atarted for the organisation of all the ex-mem- bers of the fraternity into an ac- tive alumni chapter. Tl.la meeting was the first one to Ite held in the new Pi Phi house located at 1201 Weat Hickory Street. Beta's U illard (Fineartil Su'ton, co- captain of Coach Jack Waco'a IttSft- 1986 Lone Star Conference cham- pion Eagle eleven, was elect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1937

-bit Is- p™ g Hear (iermani This Evening Campus Chat IHSHs VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1987 Fine Arts Number Slated For Tonight, Assembly Tomorrow in In: Ithy MUr kv lia- thy I1'' ' rh r.v I,. VI IS From The 1) AY'S Nf \< IOR MOCKS "DER 11 EH KIR" WITH JEWISH ACCENT B \N VN A-PEEL SLIPPER MISTAKEN FOR sri '■•DOW N STRIKER County Credit Union Declares 3 Per Cent Dividend Student Vote Nums Twelve Announces Ceawttee Brings Fernando Genaai, OrgaMt A "Who's Who" Selections for for AsymMy Of Note, to Audttoriw Toaifht; Uamraty Oi chiil- for t hiWeek go to the London comedian who wan lined foi representing Adolf Hitler with a Jewi-h accent .Mmle-up as IIerr Hitler, hi- ru#h 'd onto the stage, gave the Nazi salute, and cried, "Vol iss id all aboudtV" Which is probably what Adolf is wonder ing, hut the Lord Chancellor did object and the actor and manager were fined. • # Helving " court injunction or- dering them out of the Fisher Hod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1937

|V,f H THE CAMPU8 CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1 87 The Ctmptai Chat Published weekly during the college year by the student* of the North Texan State Teacher* College. Entered u second class mail at the poet office at 1 MM ton, Texas. December 8. 1916. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year „ 11.60 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Office Manual Arte 107 Telephone 1841 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION CJj.C. Editor-in-Chief AsstHiaU- Editor Society Editor Sport* Editor COLUMNISTS BOW EN EVANS ALONZO JAMISON EVELYN McGAUGHY BOB RIVKER Boh McCloud, Clyde Heath, Joe Ellis Martin, Sid Hamilton. Norman Grusky Once ever so often there rnmw a time in the life of a student body when it needs a genuine bawling out. and every week in the hundreds of college* over thin country it is the collage editor* who take it upon themselves to administer the chastisement. We are no exception. Vou. the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1937

Intramural H> \S ( KOWItKN 4 These Lumberjacks Went Down In Bitter Detent Tuesday Night GlO®^ IB 33*32 OWF Travel South la Meet Jacks Aftk, Battle Call I NIK \M I l<\l. li \SK K I'll A I.I. (iot utitifi'way Monday at this men's gym when (hf powerful Kotijfh Riiiers, niaiunri'il I y Hack Riehcy, defeated Johnny Shunia k 'i Ki/il Arcs to the tunc of 42 to X. The name \va slow and uninfect"-ting, and although the Kouirli Rider. won easily they were very unimpressive. The game tailed slowly; in fact, nine and a hu'f minutes pn-sed before a tield iroal was scored, Imt the vic- tors gathered momentuni and in the third quarter they racked 20 points. For the winning team Shorty ('ompton made II points; Lloyd McDonald was second with 10 points, Claude Shumate was high man for the vanquit)he<i with I points. I II \s li O JUNKS' Briefs, those miniature, uoal tos itiK tinners, were fortunate to net a forfeit from 1'ruett'n CJrey- hounds; the came should have been very close if it had b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 February 1937

THE CAMPl'S CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. IW87 I Men's Clubs Entertain Under Inter-fraternity Council Rules Contemplating Rush Wwk, Feb- ruary 6, h« Inter Fraternity Coun- cil mH Friday evening at thf Beta Houae to di cuss |>r'oceodings to be carried out by the Ave reapett- Uve fraternities. Each club * flv n a aiiecMc time for entertaining rushees Tro- jan* gave a imokcr Sunday after- noon; Geetles had a dance at the 1 ton ton Country Club last night; Beta Alpha Kho Beta will enter tain with a dance at the Item on Country Club this evening; Talons will entertain rushae* with a star banquet at the American Cafe Fri day evening; aiul Pi Phi Pi's will (five a dinner danw Saturday night from seven-thirty to twelve o'clock in tht V mciu'aii Cafe Monday. February S. the mem- hern of each club meet separately to vote on the rushees who at tendevi the >ariou social function,*, and decide on the pledge* to U bid Rushees will reply to hids before the folk** tig Monday The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1937

Ill'll ff. If.-' tell lin! Mil kv lil |i I Hear Dr. Laidler Wednesday Wxt Campus volumk xxi north texas state teachers COLLEGE, denton, texas. thursday. february 11, 1987 NOIES From Tho r m Nt ws ( Ol RT MEMBERS l<;NOR A NT OF i n r.h proposal? SINK OK LOVE \ NI I,ON ELI NESS AT EX KING'S HANOI FT Hoard of Regents of Texas State Teachers Colleges Attention of politically minded America this week is focused on the president's proposed court re- form lcKislati.ni. Mr. Roosevelt has asked Congress for power to appoint additional justices for the mem hers of the Supreme Court over seventy who refuse to retire or resign, the purpose being of course to secure a court favorable to New Deal policies Legista tors are divided on the question, even many of the supporters of the administration opposing the procedure. Prominent unions the bill'* foes are Senators Hiram Johnson of California and Wil- liam Borah of Idaho, who were • uccessful in blocking both Wood- row Wilson's League of Nation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1937

TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. MEKTON. TKXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1987 i;«F The (lampui Chat Published weakly during the college year by the student* of the North Tmu Stat* Teachers Collect' Entered as wmnd class mail at the poat office at Ik-nton, Texas, December 8, 1016. Oh, For the Emmy Life mt Am Editor! MBW RIITIOK RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL Om collate year $1.00 Advertising rata* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement ia reserved. Office Manual Arts *07 Telephone 1842 L. Sho World • By Jan i MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor in-Chief Associate Editor Society Editor Sport* Editor COLUMNISTS BOW EN EVAN'S ALONZO JAMISON EVELYN Mct.At'GHY H( B Rl'CKER Bob McCloud. Clyde Heath, Joe If all <>f Shakespeare's play* could be seen as was "Romeo and Juliet." we have u feeling Shakes peart would b much hMt< liki-d and understood than he i« today. It was Juliet's show and her ^ •peeehe* were thi most beautiful we ever heard How lolly ha> it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1937

hen ■ We Ii an 1 pap I" hvar ■ thy hut flag th. the lOUItt or I'-.. or I'll | H) th< [. as I I I lm I but mi I |di It h> «rl THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 11*87 Intramural Hi-Lita* By W C HOWDKN C. CHEFN'FIKM) \NI> JOHN \LAIKK I Won tin- ping pong doubles very amlily by defeating Charles Ray one- and W. C. Rowden in the rial*. Their gallant rush into th«- lay-off was climaxed hy a smash- ng victory over their opponents n the finals They took the first hri'i- sets 21 1«. 21-16. anil 21-17. 11 II\MIIY'8 TWKRI'S Took a hard battle ;n intra ural basketball from Houston Jattis' Tuffs by defeating them K I ft; the victors were roundly utplayed hy n team that was >adly crippled hy a lack of sub titutcs. and only the sensational «st minute nharp-shootinir *vork f Money Terry enabled them to vin. rm: ioiii.i;k aces. Managed hy Burr /.achery. won in easy victory from the Hand [House Hoys to the tune of 22 to the hand hoys proved to he far better trumpet to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 February 1937

THK CAMPI'S THAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY KKBRl'ARY 11, IM7 Deans' Reception Will Honor Members of Graduating Class !, C.L.C. Ta MM Traditional George Washington Dance In keeping with a tradition of the organisation. the Current Lit- erature Club will hold its annual tiootffe Washington dance on the evening of February IP at the Woman's Club. This dance, one of the semi-annual formats given by the club, will be a program- ing Red. white, and blue crepe paper and hundreds of balloons in the patriotic colors will be used to dec- orate the club house for the occa- sion Favors for the guests will carry out the theme of the eve- ning. Helen Hollidny. vice-president of t>e club, heads the committee in charge of arrangements for the dance. Assisting her are Evlyn Martens, Ruth Johnson, and Cor- rene Tunnell. The receiving line will be com- posed of Bonnie Piper, president, and escort; Helen Hollida.v, vice- president. and escort; Miss Anna Alford. sponsor, and esc art; Miss Edith L. Cla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1937

See the Eagle hat dame Tuesday VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1987 FIRST EDITIONS OF CHAT GIVEN TO MUSEUM tin jar ut >k« iu\ Hits ho is St I J I NOTES From Th® I AY'S l\f WS koosevelt hi ri.s lit. VSI OK F \KM I I N \ NCY PROBLEM PROLIFIC PARENT I \ll VI SIS FI ND < | \PPKLL ATIONN Students Hear Dr. Harry W. Laidler In A ssetnbly rj^rmui T.C. Debaterh: They (let a Big Kick Out of Arguing I'm nlt-nt Roosevelt took turn- ■it frum tin- Supreme Court and other battle fronts this week to i ill another Mast at one of the in - t iii'p-ning questions of the na- 'ii. that nf farm tenancy. asking < htfi.-'s to save the American 'I "f individual farm ownership hi inguig Federal millions to >• it.ran agriculture. Declaring : hiit "A nation w ide program un- • i Federal leadership with the i istanci of states, counties, com- '.iF.ities, and individuals is the ■ niution," he presented the •■'iposal.- <if his special committee in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1937 The Campus Chat? during Mm col kg* year by the atudents of the North Tuu Stat* Teacher* Collate. Entered u second claaa nail at the post office at Denton. Texas, December ft, 1916. TK« Editor Mil Wis S«y * fUMCRIPTlON RAim DBLTVMUH) BT MAIL fee cot lag* year $1.00 Advertising rata* furnished oa application Right to dacliae say advertisemant to raasrrad Arto 107 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Society Editor Sport* Editor COLUMNISTS BO WEN EVANS ALONSO JAMISON- EVELYN MctJ AUG HY BOB RUCKER Bob McCloud, Clyde Heath, Joe Ellif Martin. Sid Hamilton. Norman Grusky REPORTERS: Evlyn Martens. Bill McEenzie, Harry Black. Marian Gibson. Frances Ftsher, Na- dine Mayo, Venola Morgan, Byron Curtis, l.ila Ann Butner, Ann Boyd, Byron Clark, Hope Rog- ers, Lee H in ton. Carol Davis. Ann Boyd. Byron Clark, and Alma Arendt. ILLUSTRATOR: Mary N. Sweet Business Manager Shelton McMath Faculty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1937

ngg THE CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1MI7 GLANCING OVER Mm Sports World wUk RED MARTIN Eagles Take Narrow Victory Over San Marcos Bobcats, Die story of how .lames J. Hi ltd m k \\a> cat. pulled !n four brief fih( from the relief roles to the . In - tljat accompany thi« crown I the heavyweight champion of M world has lotiir hewn family >.ittit. hut it miifhi be interest i. in recall the names of the men fell victims to the meteoric n lack of the thirl)-year-old ii.iin|i who has never Iteen knocked I'uken from his job of hand in. |>ii< kinir case. on the New i. il wharves to furnish a chin i hi ii Griffin, who was beirur . It 19i111 a title contender, to sock, i, knocked Griffin cold iri three Then came hi* fiirhl with tri". John Henr) Lewis, now ■ 111zi• iJ hy many experts as he 111< t ior to Joe I<ouis, whom ■ , Jnii defeated in ten rounds. n ull with Art Lasky followed. • i «'ii round parting that Hrad ■k gave the tall fellow, ruining • i Ill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 February 1937

m THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, i'EBRUARY 18. 1 87 Fraternities Announce Lists of This Semester's Pledges Pi Pkto Announce lai meeting in the Beta House Mon- fUrliM <1*y n>gh* l0V|fC Thf pledges are Selwyn John son of Wichita Kalis. Johnnie Ri- Thirteen pledges were announced ola of Temple, Gordon Carpenter by the Pi Phi Pi*. after the reg- f I>enton. Virgil Lipscomb of Dal- ular weekly meeting Monday night la*. Barney Wray of Waxahaehie. at the fraternity house James Phillips of Aubrey, and Dan Those accepting pledgeship to Knox of Archer City, the fraternity are Frank Baker. The pledgeship ceremony was Denton; Ben Bradford. Port conducted by Pitt Bryant, pledge Worth; William H. Brooks. Den ••hip chairman, and Elmer Brown, ton; Sol Everett, St. Jo; Willie B member of the pledgeship commit- Grace. Burkburnett; Pierre Hoi- tee. Following the ceremony the lis. Clyde; Billy Mars, Denton; fraternity's president, Luke Luton- Spurgeor. McDougal. Vernon; Bill sky, dis...

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