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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1927

THE o K VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1927 MBER 21 EAGLES AGAIN T.!. A. A. CHAMPIONS Total* Iw games; II a y snooze1 ':ZT 3ESTS , ■ 'jell. funny, r* food to low? I FINAL 32-16 I -J (Continued u- ■■■.'■ mJ A-aa pnjtans to scoi ,/oals, both fr and ll In* half ei , bat S|T g the dels ' l!!l" looser de: •' v ed to enrich pre after shot - «- r,,ii„>« defense mart deans of tlj Slates* «0*'s' * irtB of the who ace'00^ on Wciatlon) *1™ plant Sul NT EDUCATORS )0k ov:r college ♦ deans frc leges of r ,LEC,E PLAN r fort wo' «rts of «• = X)1 j more than mg the ^a^ege ring the <iM, vi-ited tf. was arranged * at t'ia Jjoming. 1'!'resi- Ihots aw, R. L. Mard A dent of t Martin, foi aLnd ° College, %oard of the regk-', hli" ^**->r member J The part? f yt-tof Fort Vigh aU the buildingr*'d * was showy mem- bers of the Orf * on the e% AfU-r completing tbe'CftP*en Jac%ro„nd8, they assembled *"lb tour 'rfitorium where some of th. *"x -ling edu- ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1927

1 * • m i 3 **•/ ^9 r u" *e*4 fOtng b*/-| * n #n h*% lof.f 4 by ei vtUt#d .f<tr i/.<J t/ett*r Hi. method* of <« oo not tr* would 4 ij) ay; Ch T l Exchangeh M and lle< ul m m DAY M a not hi hen Ts*l i>« from idy in r« in hii It pi/t- Id C •I deniini is a gr Crockett u shown with hi* rifle lifted high above the * warm log Me* KM tide that had dosed about him, nth in every blow. There riumpbant expression on the gr*st heroe'n fare He realise* that he is doomed; but, hop«le* Iy outnum- bered and surrounded, ha goes down dealing daath to the hateful enemy until fata overcome* him. Texas can never he too proud of ita heroic paat. It. cat* never honor too much the memory of thane plain but almoat immortal houU who biased the trails anil gy > then live* foi Texas. We should remember their heroism in our hour* of discouragement. We should remember their geneosity wher. we are prompted to he selfish We should remember their sacrifice" for common humanity when we are tempted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1927

• • 0 Composite Sox Score for 12 T.I.A. I. Games Campaign t'nder M ay to Make the Campus Beautiful f m . Tei wri 1 a (ft*. ■ i> i 7 0 0 1 0 a 0 1 0 1 c-f-g 11 418 PG—field goals; FT- missed; -foulu; T1 ABILENE CATS 32-16 AND 32-21 (Continued from puge 1) the Eagles got warm. They settled to work about four i..inut«s and soon passed the Christians up In a regular barrage of field goals. In one rcspect the game was just backward from the one of the night before. Hayes did the leading in the| field will b first half of the last game, and Myracle took the h ad in the last. Doe dropped through two long shota in nd the fertilize will it hefnre plantinir ne ■rtm will be ciilitivatei Wring the mmmcr mor The ioiiw thii thletic field. ) nd plowed, an as Sad time t fill be set out. Especial a «< n paid to the east ide >8*1 field, which has alwn nd not verv ^ore of Coar! tb nd •re. I ig is I It hat d wh i> rot havt loat , especially But t his y< better than b winter of mes and lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1927

FRESH IN IV! Pat Harrison ()t ( oast (.:iia <1 B r\K 81 H ' <>l I J l MOl \\ IN I i AMI " lent RUN fron inti Har M|P| j>fl« I i nlyn ■ t ii ft f. eft sit yuftrd wmm* i ha. I put mt" port for raf , |t', tf^f klloytd thr llbwtMii of tb« until we sighted a ram fleet «<f of Florida There ««r« •MP* in thii lleet creeping in the three-mile limit. W# HMM •d to our cabin, and the rotter id in on the nun boats. AAhpI r nfeots the fleet *U cba*«-<i out thf limit and peace reign d HirtiMB said. Katertalaed by Governor After Harrison arrived in Sevan ah. ha Mt out for Montgomery, Ata- ri ma Here he secured work on The we >umal While in Montgomery, Pat ha< S()(;i ET\ f KHKM LfTHMTURE 'MB BMTEirr \m HLAGANR iw Monday night. February 81, tlu- 1 ->lM g fl'ib Hmm wa* the *cen« of maeh merriment, for the Current! Liternture Clab eat entertaining the Reagana with a colonial party All the George* end Martha* ware there. Th* club house artistically decorated in patriotic colon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1927

CHAT .\ ( KNTC THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1927 NUMBER 23 * * / -A A) k t | ♦J A 4 U L EDUCATORS VD GREEN JACKETS T. C. CLUBS ARE R ANCH GUESTS IV D HERE DIKING NL E* A. CONVENTION I'REXY RECEIVES LETTERS OF PRAISE FROM COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY Jitters of cwHRWiuUtiffl ami ap- preciation have ton received by Dr.) R. L. Marquis, president of the Col- ] lego, from a number of the president, j and deans wh« visited here February, 27 during the National Education Aestochtion in Dallas. The visitors were from teacher* colleges and nor- mal schools in all parts of the Unit-] ed States. Much interest was shown In the Green Jacket, who showed them! through the building* here. Presi- j dent Henry J. Willingham of thej State Normal School, Florence, Ala-1 ha ma, wrote to the Green Jackets j asking fo> information concerning j their or tiizatlon. Speaking of the ! visit hf said: "It was the red-letter j day of the whole convention so far as: this party of iii<; was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1927

4LONG THE WAY THT CAWri S f ri V VU tor a 4 * Mjf • . k Bi* r* Id" ' ■■ >f to trod; .r, lif. ■Ik but brat if 1 i(K| I )uh1* ! God! th* f outlet e.y* it* /« T. ('. CHORUS TO SIMi TKKATION" HERE APRIL 1(1 NOTED TALENT TO ASSIST IN THIKD PRESENTATION OF WHAT CHORUS HOPES TO MAKE COLLEGE TRADITION On Sunday, April 10, l 27. at three *«nt the 4 rata Ho by Haydn, "The * Mr*. M. L. Huteheson, i ex-student of the col-' eon Fiuley, tenor, of the ilty, and Mr. J. Abner of the Music Fatuity of! >f IhIIm, who sang the, n the oratorio was given j Wednesday nifcht, March 1 * by the College Choroua. t, i ng« life *t can Tr a </<b Li were a riverain* II MB of K imed ih( a football gam ailed ovar c rowd *eim to be d iheer," than the football < n. j just a* much yelling author of the ing at a bax trapped on a at a to'ittm rm in basketball e. A basket- large a crowd oea, and the enthusiastic fd. There to slling and noise male- •11 fame as there are ante. As long m a r>) *■ Duo ewn M«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1927

• * ># si'our "OCRS Hi GOSH 9 EAGLES LOSE PI GAMMA Ml! BUFF SERIES GIVES PREXY TWO TO ONE ERAT HONORS FOOTBALL ( AMP NAME STUDENTS OPENS UP WITH AS MONITORS 311 OUT MONDAY FOR ASSEMBLY Personals !I*LIT TILTS IN WKST TEXAS Bl'T VIS1TOK.S TAKE FINAL IN DENTON WHEN FINE TEAM- WORK FAILS NATIONAL SOI\(K FHATERo NITT NOT!FIKS I'ltESIDENT MARQUIS OF Ills VPPOINT- HINT AS MKMBEK CO At II 111 II) SI I'I.in IS IS WORK- Ol I S—40 OR 50 MKN E\ I'El'T- Ell Ol T FOII syl VD—TO HAVE IN Tl K-TE A M CL ASH IBS Mi >f- Tl •d fo rs to cheek assembly du e been deter ion for the attendant- (Kg the i| lined sine< new term th' hu Denton finished the year havii the T. I. A. A., Daniel Baker w< eleven and lost two, the Canyon r pealed Daniel Bakers' stunt. Nu that will give Denton a percentage i .9416 and Canyon and Daniel ak< one of Theat'a for all the ass eiation names including the post-fte son Denton-Canyon frays. Chooi the champ. CM iyon a: nd one 1 COl 1 T*t T he two gan MM fh 11 _ i , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 March 1927

socinn HS I'l i\ UDITORILM yi i 1 IjI K V I'PA DELTA f'l IM r I • I PKEXY AS HONOllAltY Mfc SHOW TO UK GIVEN in WOMBS' FORI VI lttll Wi LAS! YORK \K HERE OF \PRIL 1)1!. hlM.S/11 RY II IS SOVEL IDE 1 TO / NX, IRUH MVSEl'M COLLEl TIO\8 DANCING CLASS PLANS PAGEANT IN MAY r p.< PAI AM TT al In ly ill ril tm t ut« , for hi.c of -even IP of tr It en :He : Helen , f*M at . nturdaj i . Pic tii e in befog abb' to MK-UI "Tlx* Scarlet W<**l" t National Company rat f superior to "The FU " and "The CmmwI ff of a ultl th men An ■red for th* DE EN Co Mn AN AND IERTAIN Ml fIL'RK K FORUM in thn ganee Mrs. Wierd Harp#? I wun the high aeuri- jwlstfa breakfast i ■ *et rtlch she pfMtifarf to* the kono • <.nm. Mica Halm Bailey reeeiv«4 Dm |ipwat prit* « salad aat A naiad and iee <y ur«w w«4 served j i to the lf'ie t* [ MKN liKBATKHH LEAVE FOB FAYETTKVILLF., ARK., TCMtOAT Bov "The th. n«nbtr from i>mici department and ■ correct dress of both I your.* woman. The f dmt shown for different oc-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1927

FISH EDITION 1 IT CHAT VOLUME XI NOK'I'H TEXAS - I ATE TEAi'HI RS COL1 ImIK Ul MARCH 31, 1927 NUMBER 24 I prexv bl'rk am) bob jr. by legislators give views at assembly College Gets H ft I 7f 11TP SU ww April 1 / ayWM Freshman Day western show noted alumni will wind 11' to gather at fish program homf " PHIS. MARQI'IS SOS FROSH TWELVE MEMBERS OF HOLM I DAY NO LONGER EXPERIMENT APPROPRIATION IN FEESHMAN DAY STATE- MENT TO CAMPUS CHAT AKK Gl'ESTS OP SECULAR CH IP1L to be editors of ch at issues class pal at 2 p. i! I || L I 91 wll i ff 11 «s.< 'Hi? i iS'ft A mom:e main rer si nday 'I 111 SCAHI.E'I WEST," ST \Hi- lt IN G CI,AHA HOW AMI HOB KRT FH AZKH, TO BE SHOWN FRIDAY NIGHT BISHOP JOHN MOORE WILL HE PKIM'IPAI SPEAKER WAS MEMBER OF FIRST FACULTY OF COLLEGE 25 \ EARS AGO , . - .. ,i Twelve of the twenty-one mam- St.fm.nU to the Chat to the j ^ of the Appropriation* Commit - feet th«t Freahm.n day in the Teach- ^ uf ^ H(M|M of R<jprwM,,lUljVM •rs College ha* became an institution t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1927

1 U)N(i THE WAY COLLfiCTtOS Of ISDIAS CURIOS VOir/A t'0*Si;SSl0.\ OA MISEIM Hi I UK CLf •' ft l>. fcf Jm 5 fctaw 7W Mn ■if UM Hwl* T« mmi (MM Tuu Of 4. 45 r<'U' K*«#i tUM. SU **w k, f« The MiMurry War Whoop «««m« inappoiotad in tii* change of foot - J i* mtdi by the National In late Rules Committee, ,ura*e down tl >ut of strength !'i thi« A freshmaa -b' uif£ not fwrf that, Mi :« looked upon m ihe "slime" of; >M> earth, An A the loteeet human ba-i ng tainting in That is th* *rt'tig attitude for a freshman toi tar* Ail freehmen xkould bo proud; thai they a re fresbioeii The freshman las* of IW-'SM is < h<- foundation of h.- elaas of 1986, therefore it ia net- : notary for >owh freshman to bear hi* u rt of the burden. In order to be j n>m* ii'M/d aeoiois, and keep up th«- <'an<l«rd of the College from the record of the College fchi j lave of the frunhm*r> elaaa of 1024 27, not be proud of our good ret-on I n the College. bull ru tercolle At popul the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1927

•* I BANQl'ET TO BE GIVEN AT HA I! KISS GYM Hit l(> IOI S QKFH KK1 H VNQ1 KT TO BE CARRIED OCT IN SPANISH MOTIVE,-"THE PATH OF LIFE" 18 M \ IN topic SPORT "OCKS" My (jOS! H EIGHT EAGLES ARE LETTERED IN BASKETBALL ATHLETIC COUNCIL PA88BS ON MEN RBIOMMK.VD H\ COACH REID—THREE MEN WILL NOT Ul MACK Y> • . TEAMS AT WORK ALLSO I OF HIS IKK " 1 i 1 ■ 1 ■ ^VikMHNh GYMNASTICS 1 \ I GHT MY MISS 11 *KKlh J. JL .JLI Personals VUllV TtSM to k ■ WOMAN'S A T ION TO ni. tlv« i Officern Banquet j the Harria# Gym. * u ch>ck i htt ban- • student* whu have i jr digfm in religious j er on the campus or j hurchaa of Dmton. ] htiWMn 5260 MdiX) A f •' ' proffin. decoral Student Religion will be held at April 4, at 7:it quet will be for a held office# of an organizations eitl" in any of the i Thi will include students uf the college. "The I'ath of Life" will be the main theme "f the |r *m in the t*!kj that will be given. Brunie Harbour will talk on "Looking Backward Along the Path," and Elithe Hami...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 March 1927

s< x :i j : i i A if (:i i us CLASS PAi. «i \i /ii AT 2 p. >1 circle j K RATH WIN TP0;!0Si:0\K u RAM AT > LUB MAK< KAMI rur PRKXV.BI/RK Wit HOB JR. GIVE VIEWS day n DM TRIP Hi tr iter* !l«> irneii of • I I folk ■ l.L M *«« it, r Mean Bark Mr, CI cy rwi H .lit ■ r He bat thi t hi 'Iff Girl i wi t«**ll«nt talk ' a n who dii •; <h >t koMollf* j W wi the tiu-t,! W It lover* of J ar family took i Irian will givi i) l>e a<com|< •borus at giri*. orn it n Kuth <J i r.*ht, Mlu* Ey«s < rd and Jewal Hw m a w^hi fimory Smith and W t#or. munkal «J in on The «> iv a Km • ; a fMJli «mm|< Th w- Arka Gunfoy A nt T-aeham The mhm *Mh That th* Air ®tf iteri Mtat«a ilmuU b m ment oa our nati< >i(« wai npnit! by 'ieraid SU*I w , / the University ofi ■day nijfht, and won it# Hapa Th* C( jiitl nt#d lard ha ly «te -rinif thrm over the tr bulationK of the fir t rollei . u !<:• <-i vativ in hi nt '-ufR-ernin* the bit day. i worked harder than the lata attt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 April 1927

K : VOLUME XI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 82, IM7 NUMBER 27 1 4 COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL MEN DINED AWARD SILVER EMBLEMS AND LETTER NINE COLLEGE OFFICIALS SPEAK AT BANQUET GIVEN IN HONOR "LIONS" BY HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT TUESDAY f REMEDY CRIME BY WORD LOVE SPEAKER SAYS REAGANSCLAIM LOYALTY EIRST PARTY PURPOSE MOODY TO SPEAK EOR GRADUATES Nine men were awarded silver bas- ket balls, with this inscription, "T. C. H. S. 1927," at the banquet given by the home economics department at 6:30, Tuesday evening In the dining room of the Teachers College home economics department. This is the first year that the Teachers College High school team has been awarded letters and is also the first year they have had a name, which is "The Lions." * Basketballs were presented to the following men: Irby Grant, Captain; Hoyt Slater, J. D. Bryant, Starr Mann, O. C. Mann, F. D. Hodges, Al- vin Dobbins, Lavelle Walker and Joe Stuart. Coach W. C. Cummings, who w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 April 1927

rtn THK I'AMPt S m VT fur tkt*t • fm \ Mta ALOSC THE II IK # RAIN BOW PARTY WILL BE MAY 3 BMJ* III ULE T< mJumti C* *«••.. lirnv**. T• # S t4>rw4 at* ait M c Te*J * hw( Uiut ><< K4il#r *p+r'u fcsHttr |Uv " -t# \rr. > Ujum< Km ■. !>• .« R*Mi t t M.'f kirki C*f* Mr the ripnrfiU- •doc*t ion «ie | art- r AiMirta that In rottld * office as a then* waa nothing rollegiate athletw-r .!(*.' •«! from intra Wise. Any Eiwlii Brw SMto Hj ■ mSSI 91 I lend in «k -tball thi •g< (Ml rmM t/ iM of U f« ■mm JM | ft. WOOIWM M—tr lh i> ■ W . T 0. Ml >/('< ft Ne nx> F>. •kSSTV ! \TV>M PUSS R1DAY, APRIL 22, IJW7 During the fa jj" fvolleyball mm! b< M la tk* volleyball con *• team* c<finp«tt<j for eh*«plowhii ** J fmbiun, and upjierclassmen. There '* were not enough *irl* out from the I different etonx to form class teems- m. | In basketball about fifty girls can.. I out for practice*, and more then half this number were freshmen A teem es j from each cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 April 1927

%je FOREST HIGH RUNS OFF FROGS BOW TO WITH DISTRICT HONORS EAJ^™9 TENNIS CHAMPS ARE FROM FORT WORTH—DALLAS OAK CLIFF. WEATHKRFORD, M A- SONIC ROME AND NORTH SIDE ALL CLOSE IN SECOND PLACE —MEET GOES SMOOTHLY took • * i second i hoik the 100 and 220 yard dash, and watt fourth in another event. The meet was attended by a good crowd l« th days and favorable weath- er prevailed both days, the wind of Saturday being the only hindrance. I Umcal* state that the meet wa.> the | moat successful ever held tore, due to Iteration of various organic.1 - the campus and the ability of EAGLES LOSE ONLY FOl'RTH SINGLES AND SECOND DOUB- LES—WBTl RN MATCH AT FT. WORTH MONDAY SPOUT "OCRS" the tion le racqli nual prt tfHij 1 K Ave isentative from Fori High School, Dallas, ran away with I Inters.-holustic League Meet of Dis- trict 10 Friday and Saturday at Eagle j Park by amassing a total of 48 point. . Oak Cliff was second with 17 1-2, Weatherford third with 14 1-2, and | North Side and Masonic Home,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 April 1927

■ SOCIETY ci.i ;hs P ersonala ADD :300 SONG I BOOKS FOR USE IN AIDTOKI! M ANNOIM'E FIRMS AWARD SILVER DEMON HIGH wmnin \ \i>s emiji.em^ \nd (iiooi \\w< LKES HOST ro VI a K1 UN PIC Ml MONDAY ARDENri ANHWKK ROLL CALL WITH NAME Ot W II.D FLOW Kit z< JOB NEBLf ADVISES ST I DENTS TO PATRONIZE ANNUAL ADVERTISERS letter nine derate honor in The mtmbtrs of tb* Clui> were the jftieiits < orary .VI t i y about Mveoiy-tive ni«n tWii cluM hllnxi uUl to pftMore. A biK Ion fire b the ban jo wa> fried a builtxi. W hl>! •built tw. girl* pr«p r«<i supper, bers gathered w iltl '. Etu t r cg^ >1 i i hill side Ma t tht «TRi Lit V DRA ILL HI SXT T1 !RIE8 for stack fit w within da vh hisineihi wd froir Ali<l* a1 Morley g&v>- of tor ae<iua> own . porisKi try delighf ul itanee with Doroth the other jwuri, bunted 1 OHMS >11 the When t body fall plate whi a boiled e tie of audi served. While t around tE upeechoa ' *1 Wl ad was *-rv«d • id of iitMiMifliifc piekie«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1927

CHAT VOL NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLL DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1927 NUMBER 28 COLLEGE INAUGURATES SPECIAL TERM 250 attend t. c,c. i. a. FACULTY RECEPTION i ,r *L ,«v i 4 M - ( PAY TEACHERS EQUAL SALARY j SAYS WHITLEY COUNTRY CLUB IS CROWDED TO FULL CAPACITY FACULTY OF TEACHERS COL- LEGE IB HOST TO FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF INDUS TRIAL ARTS WEDNESDAY Approximately two hundred and fifty persons, consisting of the faculty of the Teachers College, the faculty of College of Industrial Arts and the wives of the men on the faculty, crowded to full capacity the Country club Wednesday evening, when the Teachers College faculty entertained the. 1'ueulty of C. I. A. with a recep- tion. The faculty of C. I. A. was re- ceived by members of the College fac- ulty and presented to the rest of the faculty presnt. Mrs. Stoker and Mrs. Johnson met the guests at the entrance of the club house and presented them to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson in turn presented them to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1927

rrrt THB CAWPt * CHAT l '>***-4 ft MM ft !*•*• Timm* mr* j\* H mrik T*mw mm warn. Tm**+ --•**• •,-n I *ral that mtim • ** tftfsr-' MM mm. Wk if"!1* ! *«* voluntary-j *• -! «*•#•! iMFIjiHilUM —mM «Mfc Xfpi I- HM | • ten*. hsweus* tk iMnti like i i be mm mwrimg .mmmmt en tfw ■ J8 f U ' , | it** f eMsMl- J MkU> M wt itt <Ag ureter a tree * ■■ H<« girl iwtriw it mm little < j* s. | €%£$M¥' 8''' :-i " $£; | 'way# sMsettUgg new taught 1 that th* SttMfSHtS «:X'Ui4 am ! AM)NG THK WAY VL ' pn#. m ♦ . and' wtmz *>&& i %SM$ 4N& tft#1 1 "41%^ of SdMTMfeK frv* au^a if « HERO I nav** h**rd Yn* from Jit* ward <? few* 3W *9 r I, M fli** I hi&rrf : lain) to bt a fn^ilo? #f the? fNMtf nwi HPI wnA a vagrant tt rtM?d lunfry frtm hm door Umr 'tO-W Mai*I i ' - ft«N nu I -• 41 K***n, 1 ft. 8*rrt fc« rl«t €•** « iflpSili' ClMlfi • i# t$ litoiipittfifeN .urn p v i Imti. iMk] tike! He never setwght u. be eltt And yet be ww a poer of with may special riau a gallant gentlem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1927

EAGLES AGAIN EAGLES EMERGE DEFEAT T. C. U. SECOND IN S.M.U. NET MEN 4 TO 2 MEET SATURDAY DENTON I AKKS TWO I M ATI HES — ALL M A' HOTLY CONTESTED - MEET S VFt'BDAY KGLH 1 H E > NEX1 NAB FOIK FIRST PLACES AND SEVERAL SECONDS — MOST POINTS GO TO S. M. V. WHILE! A1STIN COLLEGE WINS THIRD' COLLEGE HEADS ATTEND DALLAS EXES HANOI ET SIGHT MKHBKBC OF T. C FACULTY ATTEND DIN NEK U (il'ESTS OF EX-STCDENTS • PRESENTED HY OWSLEY SPORT "OCRS" By GOSH TRINITY TIGERS ON TRACK CARD FOR SATURDAY nn TENNIS 8QI ADTO INVADE WITH vish CINDER CREW—MATCHES TO and START AT 2:30, TRACK AT SUM ball. —COMPETITION EXPBTTSD it'rld til sun ed tl day m i'd Fro tht' H ivt nen -1 they came out middle man in the an- 1 nual triangular track and field ir.eet rth, turning in a i between 8. M. U., Denton, and Austin 'i lor the fourth time J College at Dallas. Mustang thinly- clads piled up 71% points, and Eaglet received 49'«, and Austin College 40. K from n, five C. U wfoaoo Courts at Fort score of 4 to within the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 April 1927

SOCII n CLUBS * A . EH,til SETS OE TWINS ON THIS CAMPUS Personals Nk want to Edgewood Fri- KIN" n.i lERGAl I U K FT • V PRIM \RY M J i V it A v FA< CLTY MEMBERS \DDREH* IATL BOA Y ■d U *,>/ i !iH>f <1-1 ytH i i iff* iglaatti #*• plS (tri advt rtise* the show The pr *gram *>t the evening fw stated of a in« «WC led hy Ma r> Ward Ashburo with (Rem- Ite* *' the ilium., an or, informational a* well f as an interesting lecture < f "Nursery '"1 School" by Mi** Mae. J.hnson of the M Home Be* r. mie- 4hfHM«rt. The hostesses, M>*s VaiWy J Rkyne. Elisabeth Wilson, and Ruth Wataon served "prim**!*." a* a de- ; "teetnni wvt. till wv Id for tMN WIf.d- .- in Ship' ( ii month, ftunk^ fe tthnok iiro'ii t, r B <-ienio Ufl t. The m ft' 1 5 Ski'**, plfMBNt w.tifK ed 1 h«t an if? uf the ft*" > would Satuiday nwrrniiK at I! </'• (I«- urjft-'i nil tn - mhtn tend rtf fht I* held l,H"k in H t<J H* A sited in White rock la*t Bad Sr Buna Witt i Will lul. Don* Turtentiae sjn...

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