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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 May 1928

I • r x -ir-.- i RECORDS FALL AS A. C C. WINS T. I. A. A. MEET By ivirimitjc the Ciiuti ''vvnt u{ the til*- Abilene ■ in>xiiui) tx |- Wge rtlW<' « ■ § «< H'HMHir ill tin* •«iiku! ! i 1, A a. Tint* and i i#hi Mtfut ai Kagh Park > (urdi|) ovei site I antes! ami ' Iomom • .impel it ion rvii wil in - ird in ttH' ittt ion I i,i i-t-i't> •>!■. t««H 'lui.itg tin- (Ui> and th< h«niif 11 ut Mttei. **t'n able in score fclll tl l";: fjf intK I'-il fifth pluce. but the I mm on leunin >oj.re -entaiives par* tiwlij ntitjiu'ii try winning liolh the singles and doubles titles over h large field < "lil|>i liuoli i.lw MieeI WU-, sin1 11.-sic.it i ti l in II. Ill Mfllloll, Hill! > '-)ltipet Ul'lti Wild in m i i In Ui ijmrtH mini Uu mue event, tin- ihm wmi, #&> ttilll 0} U'M . Ullii lit; U-iittl, , will III tin- ttUttll WolliU liaVU Well I In lilt el I'.'! .ill,. I'i 111'.' Usiec lefMUllg AMit-I.C. .-JiWU litlltrlun, "! i">ail Jin t. at# luiHi-HHt -tfe> ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 May 1928

I*. ., SOCIETY-CLUBS Mtalrt te ' Successful Season I CASUAl o°MMENT — Two Clubs Entertain U A A PUlN Yaripd With Annual Banquet ldIK> ? 41IUI t ontumed I raw page one IS, «n; with River Falls, Wiacun- ste, at r tfiUoi), uicit. April l>, ton, with Trinity I mvei By Matt** Lot Muujmmm ibe annuai 1 -Club aiiu u 14*11 Jack et haiMjuet wm lino at Un- uodwiu lieu-i MciUiesuay night, May it, Saner Activities'" " fellow* ,11-iiii-t attitude. a I h«u Niwlt. and I lion, on mart formal ott egtMnns, impre**** one with hi# dig •lily. Our ambition is to be able • manage ti school a- tactfully ami >,iu* tearfully 4f lit doe this one Hut hack ,m tin in option Out' fivshman nmMdl a l« sin li it it- uvi MV hoe in the year, ami hostess. ami auothet fi h. with Wu would >1*111 column IMH> coil it .i fish's- characteristic fondne-;- for Advu-i- to ihv t M.it.ni," i'iiiii wvi'ii Mi-iunt stimulants, said, i.vfwait till 1 | any place W. hditc • « ' i'riciMlf e« n- Lltaua fa, and thaf mil ttwu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1929

\1 THE (HATTER BOX THE "Tl ampus i it ht physics) ur many ■ volume XIII NOR HI 1! XAS ST A IE I I AC ! 11 KS COL1 re tex a; uk li NUMBER 21 years. The shrublx ?ry is well rooted. and the flowers are i in excellent con- dition. We hope to make this a place where students will enjoy being And it will take the co tnbined efforts of all to keep it at its best. "Needless litter ii 4 one of the most objective and offeni live conditions to be found around the > home or campus. Those who use the i ;ampus contribute much to the general attractiveness by refraining from throwing candy wrappers, fruit pe elinga and other bits of trash on the walks and grass. Students who do I uimething toward keeping the campus attractive are cer- tain to develop attractive school grounds when they go out to teach," Dr. R. L. Marquis s' tated Thursday. ICJ^J Seniors llle ; Magers \nd Yant Win I'nanimounly j tSCLV££ S JyiCIIT lOflSttSS I * 4 j| I'm* I""* : From Oklahoma Citi/ I nicernitu i nr* m *ii r- Appli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1929

■ ' !>■ • "TM ■ m. ' rm THK ( \ MPl S ( II .V 1 V I ■ s Latent Hooks and Literary Cossip (.1..ABKNCS J • M Publi t>ed h> thr >tud< t« of th- Vonk Te*a- Mate I>. •'.«■? I'" < I.tenlon. Tmu «p ( inpui * hut Zlttrtd as 8iwri ("la War Matter at the r>>-t.,ffi<-. at nrnti-n Teas*. Ore " 1916 MMM ("satpas (hat, i>o« >r t IU« STAFF M 'K*ref Mef. ft ■ Editor i/i «hit-f I. I t: ifn-<ni fsarwlie Armntead l£uinbv S«l: Clarer.ce J <egii ttrtniin- W ilk- r M«rj. • Kdra ..n lit fraally retivod student*. we have two months of rfon ktvitlwr tralinrbt of rwitsbookf, and t«rm thewwm up«m our toil-worn person*, rw'fii wort? jolt Will bm bl* to r your owe nsjttjriRcot twl iv hastily aranrw-d the I t of ,«ltt in nrtkr (o ptn tht* inform*- n on to you "This Fmty l ady" by Arnold B**n- MaaaffiBg editor Wtt hmm to stand high IKMR the AuKM-iat«- aditar I flrtioraj elaas that is « dulrabfe Sporu edit of nw Bwrrlit. It b*lon|s to th* fietvsnal rlaM that is so desirabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1929

Caf/e Captain < -m The Eagles' Eye %j+ my • ■.y— % x 4u**r '■ zed hav for BT QUIWBT Generally speaking, baseball has aki n on new life this spring. Numer- ous minor lvalues have been organi- many industrial oryaninations e bfen formed, and the outlook a booming year for the national | pastime is good. Whatever has caused the increase in the playing of | the diamond trame, has been diverted rather successfully into another | sport that the College is sponsoring rather intensely, since having drop- ped baseball as a college sport. Nearly a hundred candidates reported to Coach Sisco last Monday for the spring football training, and at the present rate of improvement, he will place a smooth working and danger- ous machine against Simmons Univer- sity. Cain pus Chirps Makjokie L. Simpson SOCIETY -CLUBS Since the editor of this column has gone on a strike this week, it is up to some genius to show her ability. Well, don't we all wish we were dig- nified seniors for this week. They are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1929

LONG SESSION CLASS LARGEST IN T. f. HISTORY NEWFST cr MFXKLINES CAPL SI OFT F.N iOUETl£S tM urn (Continuwl uv III K«k- crti« U Willi# M.- , Barry i Owen Wil- ier of m Pa< Ruth Blai Pri Alk* Jnw - ' ttfts. I lot (if Wl< Annie I iwrts, vern US* Ml iMt mt, •Clem Jin (*lad) iMt M rt < ( n r > n Ruth Hum Maude Gr , Gaines villi a Btitri lor at •t or of! The Tempest" To Be Saturday Evening Featu re At College Show Koonce u tejcbinf Phy<ici Education in tht Dallas tirhnoh. M wilt receive h*-r drpw from th school in the summer. Wauscal Bray, who vtfi receive her zgrm in August, ha. accepted a poti- on in Dallas as a Physical Education Opal Bird spent the week-end with #r parents and friends in Olney last PROFESSIONAL DE.NTI8T8 f/ummin§ cBird jull 7aihiontd iL utry ^ / < i / / / JoHrv ty mo re na Camtlla Horn m "Tempest* Ma >na Ltt Cox, bach* of! bachelor of i nee, | Watch the new necklines! They're interesting. In creating necklines for bachelor th* spring frocks and co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1929

!• . I THE CHATTER BOX CHAT VOLUME XIII " —- 1 ■' m- ■ — — NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH 30. 1929 NUMBER 22 The Demonstration Cottage now has the largest number of occupant* it has ever had. Nine girls are doing the demonstration work which is a requirement for the Bachelor of Science degree in home economics. Since it is necessary that this work be done, two and sometimes three girls stay in a room because of crowded conditions. Albertine flerry. Jewel Lewis, Jas- mine Kudd, Kuby Mashburn, Frances Cheatham, Mabel Soekwell, Nancy Ellwood, Mildred Cole, Mrs. J. E. Jackson, and Miss Ola Mae Johnston, instructor, are occupying the cottage this term. Oratorio "Elijah" To Be Presented Here By College Chorus SEE PM'PETS IN ! PEIJFORM WCES ARTICLES ABE SI BMITTEl) FOB TIPA CONTESTS "LITTLE It!•:I R1DINC IIDOII" AMI M \TEKIAL IS IN H AN DM OF VICE . The Campus Chat staff and the jourtuilism class issued the Denton Kecora-Chronicie on Wednsday and Thursda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1929

IP ■ Cinipui < h*i I ntrrfd *->•<• fwi ( U - • Mail Mailrr al lh - I' -tol ■ irr at l)«*ntop li-xd-i, !>• -r • ISI<> < an-ip'J- 1 f -f' STAFF Harriet VI• . tft. . Miti.r in <-hi> f 1. f llarri«.n Managing editor laalwllt- \rmi--trad \nx-iaW editor Qui nh f fie If ^|..-rt* editor j i lirrntr Jhrgglt Literary editor WilkTH-'ii \ i-t.«nt M«r)on. I i <>li<<mu-i Efdrt li-iliin .,n f'oliimniHt Kfportff.; Ralph Houston. Morris Hiett l.l-m.r* |l. •! ■(! lull. Bcnmr ttilkcraon. Kuth ( um(nin* . Harharl lluirh<«. t.«n f.rady, Era Hatrbrr. Krma Taliafrr tit, Ruby Anglin, Paul finffithn. to many college rraduau-s f«U in the •ndu trial wc jA, the majority of there aniwtsr, "Because the college* fail to provide for their atudenta." In many easea this indictment ia is all too true. The graduate leaves college with a smattering of unre- lated farta and only a vague idea of D The Old Villain JUS* rambun] pr| Kwu KoB'waos IS THIS EDUCATION? riiK < \ mi i -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1929

SOCIETY—CL Li iS 7 PRINTED RAYON VOILES STRESS VOGUr .'OP DARK BACKGROUNDS t ' r . # 4 Elementary Council C. L. (\ Lays Hears Mrs. T. J. Fonts fi rm Plans At th meeting of thv Flenivntary The first meeting of the term for Council, held at the Mary Arden ' urrent Literature Club waa held, Lodge Monday evening, a short busi- at t'H' College Club house Tuesday I ne*a session was followed by a duet, v«'' ing. Claudine French and Audeen Ponds Several reports were made before j singing "Carolina Moon" and "I'm '*• regular program was given. Mrs. Sorry Sally," accompanied by Bill Fulton told the Club about the Ardis. (Birthday Tea to be given by the City! Mrs. Theron J. Fonts, president j' wd*"'ation t>n April 16. Each mem- of the Parents Teacher Association I '^u' Club is invited to attend, of the Demonstration School, gave ap®™ Carlisle and Martha Louise' brief but interesting talk on the Par- KWhlttk were elected to represent J ent Teacher Association, it's organi-J^1' Club in the Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1929

Campus Chirp* lAiU'0«!* L - MrsOM have the old 'm<>rninu a before" ttvUnti as renul 'Two Lovers" Is Scran / eature Saturday Niyht f#######♦####♦##«# 1 breaks world record Colleyiate Press ITCD BT Ec pat HA&kimoh 14 t if i ali We bj that Um n* lor had u and eh to I. L. Rent ley Heads Hamilton Schools For Renewed Term makes new record L* 9 hi , i* an book-k 1 lttU dam. on tlwir 0* u V U Thu only > RONALD COI'' A, "TWO to* "The Two Ijavm," Blurring Hon* {man and Vilnui flunky, in the ma i on ta m Te* uul are profitab i spring, narch 16, WMkx of londay, tl *nti<ipatmg le terms of The winter and efat*ses the spring j te 18th. Ail tl also register on that in, Commerce. f <x L Fred I ii25 in pr and also r>ii in fey". H A pal of the tearhfcr of V:<- - ^ # requMt for d ' questionable cau* fade hern'j the !.' A ff "K at at poor trip to i fell In ited wh< the Li h(.mo- lt is on again. Don't be Hell weei for the Talii ur[iriK«<l at anything they try. We arc at lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1929

THE CHAT ■ ■1 ■ VOLUME XIII NOR TH I'bXAS STATE THACHliRS COI.LEGli, DENTON. H XAS SATURDAY A PR 11 !«)><) NUMBER 23 lit Denton Dr. Marqui# ''inunittm an ns committee* ob Saturday, said W «inu - Tonigh •nd . me three hundred that Talon's farewell banquet FINAL WORK ON 1929 VI CCA IS NOW COMPLETE j. ,,■ n ii. h'.n-r of Coach Keid will j. ihtoK SENDS KIN AI. PLATJKS I)H. PENDLETON TO LECTIHE HERE AHHAM.iiMl N I S AMI! M VDK KOH V (' \I.I.K.I) ISSFMlll.V ON APRIL 10 for their first time the new foot- ball coach, Jack Sisco, and will also see Terrene* Myracle as he appears as a coach, Myracle, who for several years performed regularly on the court for the Eagles a few seasons back, is well remembered and Jack Sisco is recalled by followers of sport as the man who did much for Baylor 1 in the Southwestern conference. TO PRINTER HOOK TO UK DISTRIBI I'KD IN \HOl 1 KIVK \\ KKhS Inter scholastic Meet For District 10 To Be Held Here Next Week BAND BENEFIT SISCO PLANS TO SHOW TONIGHT CON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1929

JPr' BS#ii. : R^S'' THE CAM PI'S CH \T I'ublisJtf-d hi llir Sludrni- <.( ihr North 7>\ >. Htatr ' < I!*-if« llrnton [<• * Vmmput ( K«l Knli-rriJ *•« Second ( la«s Mall Matirr at the I'li.tof fire at Ufnton I rjm [)«■<■ «. < am pu (hat. * • ;ir II 50 - r u i M*rnar< ' Mehaff. . I .lit.a t. u f I V, Harrt 'in Mana/ina; tilitor Isabel!* \ rnu->tr.K'l «riiU>r Quinhy -.elf --[mrt- editor riarmrr J ejfjfli I.iterars editor Boinie WI1k«TW A#*utant Mar)®ru- ! Stn-|>-'.n ( i.lumrii-l Fdrg Kubin*.>. ( olurriMMt Krpjirtrr* l:<!ph Hftuilnn. Vorrii- Hielt, f.etinm C rn*fll, Ri-len Jlall Honnif Vt i|krr<i<>n, Kulh < 'urnfnintfx kac'ha'l Ifuzhf- f-rnr '.rafiy, I.v* Htlfher, I rma Taliaferro. Ilnhf Vnglin. Paul riffithi. MI MMKK TKXAS INTKIHXM.l.F. <.iATI J'HKSN \SHOCI,\TJON Printed l>jr Student* of th<- North Tcin -!-•!. I father* ( ollicc J. I) HAM,, Jr. In*truetf>r I.inoty| . and Typography Char I en Brown, Bumiic^ Vlunaet-r, Ho* 239...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1929

7 i The Eagles' Eye Br Qotkbt Ml* | Latest Books and Literary Gossip i > KOITKD BY CLARENCE JABOCU \ SOCIETY-CLUBS In less than a month the spring football training season will come to a close in a double-header mine here with Simmons University of Abilene. And from the present indications it seems that Coach Sisco will place a formidable team against the West Texas opponents. The aspirants for next fall's 'irsity have been toiling diligently for several weeks and by the time of the scheduled affair their performance wil be nothing short of that shown by teams playing about mid-October. Sisco reports that there are no injuries in camp and that the players are showing quite a bit of classy play. Fratemit y Celebrates Bt i: Hi a ia'!i l!.' fr'jyst 1 ///If V(?VSCIVU we aiv l t<> jrivi* our trad * ' ** Mary Ardens Choose Representative ■ ors bits of gos.vip pertaining to the lights « f the literary world, frag | ments of {and the lour gods of the pen I gram included a talk on "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1929

I tmm Jfw K t ~ii 1 Custom of H earing Campus Chirp* { flowers Has /tee ft MA*. i«J« !. - ixcJON , 4b* /##V ■ # #####* # /* ##/###♦# Th* U-H dcfir.itti , .if the ><ar h hwfi discovered. In I>r. 1 tab* K*r\ riii -IT the i"Vi- of k-.m<-o nt Authors} B! a (':>•■: ,s'ra. The Umm-I we An Religion* Group* Simmons To Hold hi a Joij la/ley (iirls forum To And Churhces Hold I'iano Tournament (liven Luncheon Sponsor f ormal /trough! 'To fine .Art Sunrise faster Sen ice ~ Dance for Girth tin pU l •ielifpr. • n/j 1 Hodge rtfb SAVE 3NEY HAVE YOUR SHOES RE- SOLED AND MAKE THEM LIKE NEW College Shoe Shop Hail, Li At th« uida <;« Ivan Jf Hell Cunningham, Lois i i. Scholarship /todies Fr""(l w"'"Jy. Hostesses At Tea WHEN TO EAT—When Hungry WHERE TO EAT—Where You Get the AMERICAN CAFE close of the program Mm ntry lead the group in s i and a prayer. hrwon was in charge of th< ey, the program;' of th w I) i lining Wea- to 6 o'clock Pi and the g hostesses. at! The d Talks at Y W. Ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1929

. THE CHATTER BOX C4 Cba . w. Tinaey. former student Uj) A II 4T|/' I1! Ill) t>f the Caltofi and county supermten- l/flAillit i IV I LI I) dent of Gana county, wus a vUitur here Saturday. He report* that he ha- recently resigned hie county po- sition and has alligned himself with the Southwest Seating Company with headquarters at lubboA. Mr. Tinney j —— state* that number of ex-student.- FOl R PRODUCTIONS TO MARK of the College are doing creditable | | ANNUAL SPRING PRKSEN- work in Gar;, a county. They are: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White, M- and Mrs. J. I). Carter. Mrs. Kate Russ, Esta Mac Wade. Willis Tirfn.y. and Nenia Nash- Mamie Maxwell, also a former student, in county demon Ktration agent. GETS IMPORTANT JOB PLANS TO GIVE ONE ACT PLAYS TATION OF (LIB FOURTH PLAY TO HE A FANTASY NOR TH TEXAS STATfc TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1929 Local Christian T"hirect'"""'' Hosts To Guest NUMBER K. L Speer, B. s. \ M, was a vis- itor on the campus Saturday. He has been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1929

i rtn TIIK C iMI'l - CHAT I'ublitM by the Sta«lrut > of lk« North !> « Htitc Ttuiwri r«ib|> i Denton. Tetas iat Entered m Stwi <*laa ttter st the I'Mtefflc* at «. Tom, Iiec . i I« as Clat. mm year «) :.o fl|P lbt|tr«t Editor in chief 1. C. Isrrteen Mmiikiii editor luix .!■* iruMttid AaaoctaU- «4itor •lamln Self ... Sport* «i(M t.iarenr* JaeggH . Literary editor Benme Wilk«r «n .. A**i«Unt Marjorie L. fiiaip^m ( lumm>t (.'umnist Report***: Kalpk Houaton, .Norrin Hiett, l.enora ('ornweil, Helen Hall, itannie WilkerMni. Kuth < urnming*. Matrhael II uthe*. One Grady, Eva Half her, Krma Taliaferro. Ruby AnKliB, Paul Griffith. Ml MM hit TEXA;« INTERCOLLE- GIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Printed by Studi-nta of the North T«a*a State leathern College J, l . HALL, Jr. iactructor l.inut)pe and Tjf po*r | b> Charles Brown, Ruaineiw Manager, Hoi iM. T. t, Station OKLLTINUS At thia time we hav« on our utmpu* gue t« to whom wo extend the moat t or ami welcome. Hrst, U> the senate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1929

Ea?le Cinder Artists Win From Simmois University in Hotly Contested Dual Meet' The Eagles' Eye Br Qtronrr Campus Chirps Marjoru L. Simpson >bADS HA-\ . u) i'EAM Sprint; football training took on ■MM interewting form last Friday when the squad cm divided into two I teams: the Red J«rwy captained by With the outcome at the l vt un- //UHlfltl 111 (it(MlI] Crahtre* and the Green Jerseys, eap- decided until the next '.o the last event * /* ««wrrl|f t ftf.N.S | _ ,, 3_ , the Eagles track and field team de- feated the Simmons University Cow- boys in a dual meet held at Eagle l'ark Saturday afternoon Denton secured 72 2-3 {Joints to the 5H 1-3 points amassed by the West Texan*. Smith of Simmons was the leading scorer of the afternoon with fifteen points, although Brock of the Eagles pressed him for first honors with a total of twelve. Simmons took four first places in the field division and one in the track department, while the Eagles won first place in the broad jump and pole vault and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1929

— ##« SOClc. I V—Ci L BS +++ + **0+ +4*++++++ 0 0 00000-O00 Collegiate Pre— Eotmlf Pat Get* Tribute From Belgium Girl* Program Dance Is I try Successful ! ftfl* m • «mi wn'i fail Praetara* in ITiBB iwwi ad two extra*, •reiving lift® wax IHBBB W l« RRVii IB it the forum , April 10, at | Th* d«rw« >ung Women's m WSHNM. i«r <wn mwi | twenty fir*t yr>N* «# "Th Book of Knowledge" copyrighted I is just off the pres*. Th:« v«-r aluable set of booh* edited by fit Holland Thorn p«or, eminent autfc- r Farewell Banquet ' (Continued irtm i' g« i >noulU Ms it H rt ' ! a uie * ue. W< •■ant *ii men on tix camps** to 4o an« authority on the lfcwt«i Th 4MMr bit '/ii Mm* collage uuwu mm! j^lMtfrUr m volume twenty one w> e* will do ui U>m t* turn out, **•«* I.tf< in ?**•* we* ; ..ntnbu'.-t «am« that mil be a credit to t)i« | by l>r. S. K Warner. <rf Ham ilouator. uetituuoii." Tnriiw CWktgw, while Mm# Harriet Myratle, former bm*k«t ball player; " «ith of * "' Houston, wrot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1929

I i f THE CHATTER BOX L HAT VOLUME XII £ —■ NORTH TLXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS SATURDAY. A PR 11 20. 1929 NUMBER V. "One of the attendants «f the Dis- trict Meec was heard to way that the campus was thv moat beautiful one he sen. :.:.k * i.i.-ii hi' i>a* a special .urivv tg iMrty five viito >ik •?« • *hr ■ -te it- Tu* Lueb nut . etl v.# wtiaii-ut: i a- tsif moat Httiinnv. utd on u;i* campus." 1'resident .\iaiqun* said Thursday. "It may nut be generally known to atudenti wtiu may expect their in«true-' lion* t« retumiiifnii them that ail re- commendations must be obtained the-j ough the Placement Office. This is done by the students filling out an enrollment blank on which the names his instructors. The office then semis credential sheets to the instructors named and those reports filed with the enrollment blank, constitutes a stu- dent's teaching recommendation from the college. There is no enrollment or placement fee charged the student, E H. Farrington said. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 April 1929

ra* —— KIP <meti>iri* CHAT • input (hat Katrred as Seroad i ll Mail Matter at the Poataffiee at Denton, T«*i. IN. *. til* <'anpu-< I hat, mm year II -St iMMuiui about :««hv just a* Hw* >a for the waif ! kauVB eits*a«a fVftfcfe not avan one's beat friend* will tell about) whoa* cure ia ao highly advertised in current periodical* Yet we ait enjoy gosaip I and (MMipinf This iio«a not include I the strong sex. There is an allurement to tiua fyccupMion which a hard day'* labor will not cool. Jo fact, it wiU make it lb* mot*- *ntrancing, P*r*on#ii> we MM opposed U the wold gossip, but ma do like to hoar and spread the new*. If it war* not for now* we could not exist, nor could any other paper. As we see it we #/•; just like m ordinary person We ail have our upa and down*, gww waoka we have iota to say because there ia much happening, and other Share ancl Haircut , } , STAFF Margaret Mehaff*> Edits* tncMef I F Hirirfr-r Managing editor1 week* the converse is true. If w...

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