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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1937

iatui h||;I It t liatr> bea |i< >ii' rkuif IjOl |mll\ « h ollow Kagles To Ktex Saturday jVn| f'MK XXI Campus Ct?at NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1987 Preparations Underway For 1937 TIPA Contests Principal* in "The American Prince—" College publicat ions who arc cnxaH in k at the College will yiHi submit entries in v, If publications con- red annually by the ■ ..llegiate Promt A ■ I I . association will hold nvntion at Kast Tex- , i i < 'ollege in Com I |6, 16, and 17. i-ntrii's submitted by , .I'ege of the assoeia I' \ judges will select i ii.mid college newapa- • annual, and the l>est . .-uxino issued by col- dual awards of five will lie given by the ill sftidcntic who write • . ws story of the year. .'attire story, bent one- ■( ^t editorial, best po- hort story, and best ay. A prize of ten >warded to the author formal essay submit - i inr- in Karh Class ii i'i> expects to submit ■ ich of these divisions, (. -on. pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY it, 1087 The Cam put Chat " _ « „ Published weekly during the collegv year by the MMCt TW I •tu4enta of the North Teaas State Teacher* College When Spring Comes W Ge NuU claee mail at the poet Denton, Texaa, December 8, 1916. at By BO WEN EVANS BY MAXL 91.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Society Editor Sport* Editor BOWEN EVANS ALONZO JAMISON EVELYN McOAUGHY LEE HINTON COLUMNISTS: Bob McCloud, Clyde Heath, Joe Ellif Martin, Sid Hamilton, Norman Grusky. REPORTERS: Evlyn Martens, Marry Black. Ma- nan Gibson. Frances Fisher, Nadine Mayo, Ve- noia Morgan. Byron t'urtis. Liln Ann Butner. Ann Boyd. Hope Rogers, I^ee Hinton, Carol Da via, Alma Arcndt, and Jimmy Matthews. ILLUSTRATOR: Mary N. Sweet Business Managci SHELTON McMATH Faculty Sponsor J. D HALL JK EMANCIPATION OF M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1937

TOT CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. PEBBUABY ft* 0 * *1 ♦ • • ♦ ♦ • GLANCING OVBB Sports World Last-Minute Ringer Brings Victory To Kats h 28-27 RED MARTIN Franc in Schmidt, remembered by Texan* am the man who led the T.C.U. UoriitMl Frog* t«> two Southwest Conference Champion ships and two ties for (list place in his first five year* at the Fort Worth institution before going to Ohio State University, first broke into the college coaching game at Henry Kendall College over in Oklahoma While employed as head coach there, Mr, Schmidt invented, attempted, and success- fully executed the only tower pass in the history of intercollegiate football. It was all publicity stutr accompanying a million-dollar cam- paign that tlu city of Tulsa was inaugurating for the purpose of rebuilding Henry Kendall into I'uIhu University, and was exe- cuted in the following manner: M. Blevons. a six-foot-five-inch tackle, picked up Virgil Jones, a five foot six-inch end, stood him atop his giant ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 February 1937

HI THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY IS, IWJ Marquis Hall Girls Celebrate Birthday the first birthday of the dormitory, the girl* of Marquis jj at • formal Friday evening from eight to eleven. Approximate- ly MwMy-ftw couple* and sixty stag* ware praaeat for the irala oecaMon. The receiving line was composed 4— , „ u Men are what women marry, i of Miss Edith Clark, Mm. Marv havt' two hands, two fact. Wcanon, ami escort, Mrs. Walter Acker. Mis* Sadie Kate Bass, and Miss Gladys Swope and escort. Hay Karnes. Other receiving lines met the guests at the door to the build- ing, the game room, and the lounge Sid Hamilton's Orchestra furn- ished the music, and the couples danced amid surroundings of mul- ti-colored balloons and ferns ami sometimes two wives, but never more than one idea or one dollar at a time If you smile at one. he think* you are flirting with him. If you don't, he labels you « flat tire. If you let him kiss you. he labels yoi: "fast" and he wishes you we...

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

SPORTS SPECIAL <£ljr Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1987 Eagles Take First Place at Laredo Border Olympics; Upset Rice, GLANCING OVER tftw Sports World with RED MARTIN The performance- of Archie Suit Komani, leather lunged speed - iff from Emporia (Kansas) Stale Teachers ( ollcge, during the lust year, have furnished ample proof 1 hat he is ready to succeed his fel low Kansan. Glenn Cunnimrham. whenever the latter is ready to abdicate his title of "king of the inilers." Cunningham and Romani wen both forced into running, through accidents occurring in their youth, Cunningham receiving severe* burns that are still evident upon hi legs, and Romani suffering a crushed limb when a truck crashed into him. Doctors who attended them advised that they run and ex ercise as a part of the process of restoring strength to h,- injured members, and lega and enduranci were soon built to proportions that neither would have ever other-...

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

THE < AMPt'8 CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THt'RSDAY, MARCH 4. IWTT The Campus Chat weekly during the col I aw year by the students of the North Tttw State Teacher* Coll*** Entered u wound class mail at the poat office at 1 ten to n, Texan, December 8, 191 A. H'BSCRIPTION RATK8. DELIVBRED BY MAIL Om college year — W.#0 Advertising rata* furniahed on application. Right to decline any advertiaement is raaarved. — Manual Arte 107 Telephone 1S42 UaC LIU Cay eovvvsf nil n Jiy MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION • ditor in-Chief BOW EN EVANS Associate Edttor ALONZO JAMISON Society Editor EVELYN McCiAl'tJHY S|H rtn Editor I.EE H1NTON COLUMNISTS: Bob Mcfloud. Clyde Heath, Jot Ellis Martin, Sid Hamilton, Norman Grusky. REPORTER." Evlyn Martens. Harry Black. Mm rian Gibson. France* Fisher, Nadine Mayo. Ve- nola Morgan, Byron Curtis, I.ila Ann Butner, Ann Boyd, Hop«' Rctgcrs. Lei- Hinton, Carol Davis. Alma A rend t. and Jimmy Matt hewn ILLUSTRATOR Mary N. Sweet Business Manager SHELTON...

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

IM0IES From Th DAVS l\l WS JOHNSON Dill MM HOKK \S N V A DIREt TOK SI I'HKMi: COt IM ( II \ N(i!•: STILL V III KNINti ISSI I Twelve T. C. Debaters To Compete at Durant State Director H> NORM AN GKt SK> \\ liftt Vi- Editor of the ('hat calls on h hard working guy what's peacefully minding his own busi Mi-UK t.i jf' i 'iimy and rip o r a ii'liiiiin mi thi' iiuwh that's news Well, now to uiljusl our bifocal -pectacles and ponder over t he cable dispatches and other glean ings that clutter up our desk. '•f interest to more than ihrei hundred students on our campu-. and thousands in the State, is the report that Lyndon H. Johnson, State NVA Director, ha resigned llis resignation ''as affitcted, we understand, in order to run for the seat in Congres- left vacant l\ I lie death of Representative Buchanan J, II Kellnin. former a -islant director, has been tip pninted act ing director. Mi John <>n did a line joh in building up \ policies in Texas and, ap propriately enough for a ...

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

THK CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS, Till RSDAY. MARCH 4. U 7 Pkoreffs To Open Spring All-College Series Openinjr t! spring scriw of dance*. the Phoreffs, girls' social organisation. will sponsor an nil College dance «i Harris* Gym riaoiuiti Saturday night Introducing a unique feature. the Pbor*lf* plan to pre*#* their pledgers at th«' dance. At nine o'ciwlt. btfwr the dancing begins, the*« girl* will descend over a great *ilv*r crescent at the hack Chorus Preparing Far Annual Easter Prti^nun March 21 The Teacher* College Choru* of 120 voices under the direction of of the room tomaet their escorts L||liw M p^,, W1„ at the foot of the crescent and walk mM ^ KwU,r pro|rram m th,. into the silver palm gr< v. into rolh>|f( auilttonum Sunday after- which the fjrm will I* transformed noon, March 21. This year the for the «*a.ion PWif who will chofW p,am K)W p,,rtion!. fr„n, he presented are Marjone Gath |VV(>nl of thl, U>tu>r known „rn n^s .lam I.oring. < har *ie Manire. j t...

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

* e See the Track Meet Saturday 3Uje Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1937 mmmmm College Players Will Present 'American Princess' Tonight \C From The DAY'S WIWS "nkvi k uk koi m IIKI \K IN THE president's offh k" I K \l HKK-DOHIIVIST W I \RS SHINY SI IT \\l> hungry look Lust week saw lots of news flowing from tickers everywhere With < ongress iiml the Texas Leg- islature in session. newshawks :m having no trouble in finding ample material for glories. We're having a time trying to pick the high • [nits, with several stories clamor- ing for recognition FIRST LADY Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, who refuses to believe that woman's place is in the W hite House, spoke at T S. C. W Tues day, smiled lienignly when Presi- dent Hubbard called for the girls to show their appreciation of I'WA anil NVA money and girls ap plauded A gracious ladv. well poised. Mrs Roosevelt showed keen understanding of her topic. "The Problems of Youth."...

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

TMC CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON. TKXAS. THURSDAY. M ARi'H 1. 1087 The Campus Chat weakly during the college yMr by the of the North Texas Stat* Teacher* College M aacnnd class mail at the poet office at Denton. Texas, December 8, 1916. Editor 14m Mis Say 1 Advertising re tee furnished i bo decline any advertisement BY MAIL •1.00 application. Right reserved Manual Arts 107 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION •;ditor-in Chief BOWEN EVANS Associate Editor ALON/O JAMISON Society Editor EVELYN McGAl'GH Y Sports Editoi LEE HINTON COLUMNISTS: Boh McCloud. Clyde Hesth, Joe Kllif Martin, Sid Hamilton, Norman Grusky REPORTERS Fvlyn Martens. Ilnrry Black, Ms nan Gibson, Fiance.- Fisher, Nadine Mayo, Ve nola Morgan, Byron Curtis, Lila Ann Butner. Ann B<«yd. Hojk- 1< >gers. I.«•« Hintoii. Carol l>avis, Alma A remit, and Jimmy Matthews ILLUSTRATOR Mary N Sweet Business Maime r SHELTON M. M ATI! Faculty Sponsor J. 1). 11AM. JK SHOW YOUR TICKETS AT THE GATE There isn't a student o...

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

V* r* < THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH It. 1M7 By Minfcon Frosh Tracksters To Tackle Varsity Here RADI ATION'S I'OI.I Took with it this year one of the beat cagtTH ever to grace thr local huid« woods, in tin* jK-rson of Co-Captain Jimmy Hawk. This versatile eager, who shifted from truant to forward this year, took up this season from where he left off last year and put forth every ounce of lighting spirit in every minute he played this campaign. Kated last year as one of the conference's best guards, Hawk has always displayed a steady, consistent brand of defensive play that has in the past pulled the Katies out of many a tight spot Aside from his line play on the defense. Jimmy's con- tinuous hustle and accurate shots placed him fourth anions the local scorers in the past year. We hate to see Jimmy] go, but want to. in closing, congratulate him for his fine performances while] working fur the (ireen and White. 1'HK OI.D S \\ INC That "it rutin in the family" I'u...

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

THE CAMPl'S CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH II. IM7 Beta '* To Use St. Patrick Motif for All' College WM.. ; h _ jm a ■ m flLA W.I _JL M- MM Wl JB lAJI i • 4 * MM aft ■ M M "The Irish in us" will come into the spotlight Saturday night when mwnhMH of Beta Alpha Rh<> Beta feature the Saint Patrick'* theme at then All-College Dancr Decorations at Harrian Gym nasium, where the dance m to I* held. will be fwn and white. wrth the shamrock aw the prevailing fac- tor The entrance is to be in the form of a large gri-en anil silver shamrock through which the guests will walk Between each |>o*t will he a shamrock. from which green and white utivaim r." will be draped to the green-covered |w>sts Ovar head, streamer* of green ami white wjll lead from the center of the room to the walls, where they will In caught hy clusters of green ami white balloon*. The orchestra, which is to he seated Ml thi went side of the gym nasium. will be surrounded by sticmnm. and at each corner of th...

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

* 4 This Issue Is Dedicated To The National Youth A Cant Your 'Ugly Mam* Ballot Now ®ljr Campus Chat J VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1937 NOTES From The l KY'S \# WS N. Y. REPORTER S« WORLD ON A IK MYSTERY STORY LABOR LEADERS BECOME POLITICAL BKi-WKiK Orer 7000 m NYA Rolls h 87 Texas Colleges Over 7.0(H) boys and girls arc earning part of their expenses id h7 Texas colleges and universities l>y working NYA jobs, accord- ing U a news release from J. H Kellam. State NYA supervisor. They are paid an average wage of $15 a month. The NYA college aid workers are selected by college officials on the basis of their need, character, Guardian Father of the NYA By NORM \N GRI'SK Y Labor and foreign news occupy the spotliifht this week as IT. S. labor loaders And themselves in the enviable position of political big-wig* as well. With the pres- ent administration d e ti nit <• 1 y friendly to labor's rights and, it is -aid, leaning to Mr....

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

THE CAMPl'S CHAT, PONTON. TEXAS, TM'RsDAY, MARCH 18, 1P87 The Campus ('hat™ HttMiiktd «nU)f during the culltfr ysar by the •4uili-1it* of th* North T«im State Teacher* College Entered as seciwid claa* moil at the post oAca Ml Itenten. Tesaa, IN*ml*'r I. ltMfi Editor Mas Mis Say I'M Vmm IIIK IOI'NTRV I Mint no prude I am'i no Puritan I ain't no moralist Ami I nin't u pi ndin' to be ti«> aesthete Hut cult nir a wall aged pike if | don't get hut mulct Advertising rates furnished on application Right jwhan w«roi> hlatboinig ignoramus in rais to daeltaa any advert iaement l reserved. ()lt( lt,jj ,n ,,f nu., Im-huI- raw, or behind me when Auditioic fir I M m 1 • ^RRW^Kvl To Held Swb HOP'S HIMn / mm • i/il|j|M|| A vrfdtna P 1 ,, J| Mrs. Iciitra T> imm.z *T* 4rfWM Record lr®w« Review Webb Navel <m~r* Tonight Sees Presentation il'IMM HIHTION IIATM, DKUVKKKll BY MAI1. 11.00 With on*' of tin- moat elaborate reception* over held at Marquis — Hull, Kappa Delta I'i, senior hon- Prepar...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1M7 £ !*■" f 85 Report to Sisco for Naiwd Referee of # r # • stock show Meet Spring Grid Training Sport Scriptur# By L*o Hinfcon Jth«> TM Trlit hi I I)" J' |h< r 1 in |h.' P't: lini I I I i'TI I | I | ;>r Clinch ''hoc Sportsman, molrlcr 3 of flashy Eagle truck teams for | more than hiilf it decude, last week was named r«,f«'of the fifteenth annual Southwestern Ev position and Fat Stock Show truck I mi l t at Fort Worth (hi Friday | and Saturday. Sportsman, who has developed J such nationally famous star-i as Wayne and Blaine Hideout anil Delmer and Elmer Brown, will be •9 in full command of the intrantir track tournament, which is o* pected to draw more than 1,(100 athletes from all over the South I west. Already entry lists have heen 1 icceived from hitrh schools and colleges from the states of Okla- homa and New Mexico with en tries expected from Arkansas and Louisiana by today. The total number of high schools estimated...

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

THK CAWU>« ( HAT. l KNTON. TKXAB. TMUMDAY. MARCH 1 . lt 7 TC Accepts TCll Dare; Chat Contest Hill Try To Find Vgliest Male • Ymt UfV Mm' I nnniinute hs lh * uulu'Ni man «m (he North T•*«« Stat* College lanipuN and I think hv in entitled to full ri Life trf Service Kim)ed fur Lonji- T■ mJ) lluntiinihi 1 I'll* An*w«iing tin- challenge of I « I . which claims that it has ilu untie*: college man of Tena* in Joe I'nil nek, "ugliest man on the T v«i ( hiistiaii Cmversity campus." North Texas Stale teachers «*« !• lege is H|iMHiig u contest I ti i! week to And I hi most homely face among Ihi Teachers Cotlegt mull' students. I'ndei Ihc sponsorship of the I'ampus Chat. the contest will choose m mull for I he very real homo of nfpmN'nlllii the College agNilist nil thr other college* of the state in the competition for the high rating of "the ugliest (toll ffe it tut lent 111 I'l Van," the Jutlt'c of which will tie the urn vemaii iMTifit ulol. Hiilnirl I'nyloi V Ken I Hmioi Sties* should lv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 March 1937

Coat Your 'Ugly Man' Vote Tuetdmy ®lf t Conqma Chat m msem VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1937 pull ll ... Lh 11' III (l, |Ai Iihi ii i! I'- ll. 'if 1 Hunt* NOTES From Tho DAV* NfWS SAFETY LAWS NEEDED TO PREVENT SCHOOL IUSASTERS LABOR HOARD "BAWLS OUT" REMINGTON-(IAN I) Eight Finalists In Chat's 'Ugliest Man* Contest Overshadowing nil other news of the week, the story of the New London disaster shocked the world with it* horror and pitiful waste of children's lives. Stunned and dazed, Schoolman Shaw could only murmur, "My God, those poor children," and collapsed several times before Gov. Allred's Military Hoard of Inquiry. University of Texas' explosives expert Shoch tes titled that radiators in the doomed school were poorly vented and that economy in changing a (fas line may have allowed the seepage of gas. Meanwhile, into New London poured help for the stricken com- munity, in recognition of the well- known fact 'hat misfortune ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 March 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH SB. 1M7 The Campus Chat during the colloge yitr by the of til# North Tuii State Tvuhrri Collage. m second cUm mail at Um pott offic* at Denton, T*«u, December Ik, 1916. Editor Mm Mi* Say RATBS, DELIVERED RT MAIL mm Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to doe line any advertisement to reserved Manual Arts 10") THESE NORTH TEXAS IM-l CMHilJES Well, well, well! Thin feller Joe Frederick from TCI' doesn't stand a chance. Not against the octet winch in competing here on the local campus for the honor of "ugliest man." Mcl'loud and I took pictures of the fellers this weelt (you've already seen them on the front pax-); Mks Sntar ttflli^AS in nnllfD III Practice Titt By W. C. ROWDEN Coops Follow Rsle Of live Help Live/ Craig Says . with the exes Basing his talk u|>on the rela 40,000 EXES. ATTKNTION! Hear ye, hear ye! Friday. April 9, is ALL-Stale l>ay for Denton interest, has completed plana for n real celebration. MEMBER OF...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 March 1937

*>r THE CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH t6, 1987 SportScriptura By L— Minton Locals Breeze to Impressive Win at Ft. Wi W HATHA MATT A FOLKS? Wu mean all of ye loyal Eugle Isuppoitcis Suy, the time has come [when we should all wakt> up to the [fact that in out very midst, we Ihuvc in (.'ouch Choc Sportsman's [truck leant u national attraction It hut i:-. -.ccoihI to none on the cindei [paths In*low the Muson-Dixon line. W hy, thene fellers. what with their Jcarloaii of brothers and twin* J coupled with their untaxing per- 1 forma noes on the track and field, have more color than the modern 0 artist's mad conception of the ^"Whistler." Choc for years has I teen building fine truck aggrcKUt ions hut never has he or any other roach hud assembled at any one time such of a fourth. | a matchless feature lis these dush should go to | wizards, Delmer and Elmer Brown, 1 these deluxe distance runners, 1 Wayne and Blaini Rideuot, us well las the mile sensations, Henry and 9 I-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 March 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TSXAI. THU1 MARCH N. INT Ad Libbing With TH« Pre-Easter Danee Sponsored by Junior Class Plunk fur it stag hanqet honor- ——inir the president* of the men's t elebtatmg the coating Faster SOPjai clubs on the campus and a season, the Mary Ardens ent r- ^r(>up of Callage official# were tamed members and then escort* |auj Ht ,h,. meeting of the Geesle* with a tea-dan*ant Monday after- Monday evening The banquet. noon from 4 U> <> o'clock at the whidt is to be at the American Mary Arden lx>dge. CaU. will be held on Wednesday Mr*. Mary B. Wesson, Lenore evening, March 31, at 7:30. Pet.>si>y. vici'-prc sident, and Lois Guests for the occasion will be Foot*, secretary. received truest* l.uke Lut.nsky, "resident of Beta the first hour For the last hour, Alpha Rho Beta; Ralph McDade, Frances Hamner and Sally Black- Pi Phi Pi; Walter Grady, Talons; burn assisted. and Calvin Snodgrass, Trojans; After dancing, the truest* were sponsor* .f the clubs, D...

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