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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1933

ic-a the campus chat. denton. texas. thursday, november l«. 19s8 page three f Mary Arden Club Adopts Theme for Semester Program The Successful Woman of Today and Her Profession is the theme of programs for the Mary Arden Club thin semester. In keeping with this. The Women In The Dramatic World is the topic for Monday evening, Nov- ember 20, at the Mary Arden Lodge at 7 p. m. Following a brief buainess session, Fanny Mae Brigham will lead the club sing-song accompanied Ky Anna Mary Bevill at the piano. Miss Nell Parmlee will sing a special number which will be followed by u reading by Frances Truitt. The Woman as a Playwright, a Dramatic Critic, and Director of Little Theatre, will be discussed by Maurine Tigner; Christine Fitzgerald will talk on The Woman on The Legitimate Stage; and Winifred Wheeler will take The Woman In Hollywood as her subject. A short social hour will follow the meeting. The hostesses for the meeting will be Jane Alice Wright. Marvig Wright, Fondelle Whitly, On...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1933

IN*. Mm ' THE (AMM'ft < HAT. DENTON, TKXAS. T1ICRSDAV. NOVEMBER . It. THE <'HAT. DENTON, f||Ai NOVEMBER 16. 193.1 LIONS CO\QVM rEAGLE TEAM HI SINGLE MAHKER Show Krai ftw# ami Get Hie End f fmmm, Oobh", and Yaruagi- Plagmg before Ktmni iay altetnoi Park tfe# im ««<■* to f|a*b th*' t rowM ban'' '* ' i *4*^ drives. ^Citpi/t'ti ■' t;•■ 1 ti^i tie goal*, lis iiit fin m. Oat- "( tt* #a tfeu- grid*! -:t: r- -if ii.'-.i Si 4 d*>« : the sap- ■iiw for ii if} rfO'Wti. f tv f'<fh dl'd e#t • « T. <; t; w # M irumi \ ilf of Vatighn' ' - UNKM(i«I: ' " ite m^rn. iy rc.rk ct''t-'w, #ct<i#ii twf el? tciimv t:.ion Eagle nii W Sf^wilt'S 1 UBtborhed, Ffci. ai)f thu- 1. m.' >it fey sAjfwtt, at one. other u*i f't'f"Uffi«'-e Ilf iMifldtr of l fee tjiloit. 't.' I,k.t« t f: 1 ! - i * ' t-ti an !'t.*(t#v,-f tfiii iittd ii iafi.tt hail or,, bf-r > i i Jaro tal*«r: figl; iwg. Eaijfif th« l.e n- for fumble, I'- 'j't l:'ft-4i by 3. I'M th*' trie- II a: I W lute 1 i rl'' „ 'rt five >'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1933

THE CHATTER BOX Kenneth E. Smith VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 193.1 NUMBER 9 Substitute going in «.• . ;North Texas Teachers Will be so you are inclined U> laugh at ray clumsy efforts, remember the old maxim "He who laughs last is worth two in a bush." men do liven after "The evil that them--—"*" Which all goes to remind us of a j story that l>r. Marquis* told in freah- j man assembly back in 1881. It teems that a teacher once asked it student | to define the word 'monotony'. The j student replied that it was a chris-j tian principle by which a man ha* j only one wife. Everyone laughed and J then Dr Marquis asked the audience '('blHMta ('(inducted for the word of which the student WVdiH'sdav and Resumed on a thinking. Down on the front row : Follow ing Monday Johnny Lawhon, a good example of j ~—— a fish in those days, said. "Monopoly".; In conformity to a custom estab- Hope he is right. Represented at State Convention;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1933

Chat fc't.ser t«r at tin P« MEMBER TEXAS I PBKSS A>* Editor A «**;*' MitMNM UiiHin. THE CAMPtffJ ' HAT. DENTON. THI'ESI AY. MOVKMBEf| |R, HUB CAMPOI CHAT Published fey Students :§# the North Teaaa Biota Tearbora College, Denton, Tmm >,rid f iaas Mail M*i st Denton. Tena*. t r f, W> TKKColXKfilATE fclATKilt ?;|j &, BmU-h m H^n yj?i r. u Half Lilerary Nook One Mnn River t hirJ y-ffv«- veiir the reading puMu h#~ 'ekoming a new nook almo*: y«or!; i'r «n •it John f.iUworthy Xovvk play -. duort Horn*#, e Havw, and fiopm- ha < Is eri added to iitir literature by l h > - ve^Mllfr roan. I nt W i* • „ ut, "is't that h i- b«"<! known VVh'i h di >d m January of Uu- IfW, v.- kiwvv tha* hi* sv!.rk wa fir. hed, but not ait «■! •< knew thai i'u last lionk had red been ptiblbdied. Iterant ly f);- i«'f liftoff cadi' ft in the f<«" ' and here ft to, \">)iU Mor< Kr.i'i' Did You Read About? By flc Wdliam* ABOUT THE CAMPUS The Calendar > ted hi* vtj|«- last week. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1933

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, IMS PAGE THREE -f# c •■"V ■ Hojans to Sponsor All-College "* DEBATING CI I B Dance in Gymnasium Saturday Night! HAS TRY-OUTS BASKHE.il> GIVES Bernice Bankhead. 509 Welch Street, entertained a group of her friends in her home Thursday evening with two table* of bridge. High neon? went to Nell Mosley. The girl* decided to or- ganise a club, and a short business session was held. Refreshments were served to Moselle Wright, Juanita Watson, Frances Miller, Mary Glen Frisby, Frances Lofton, Ruby Wiltis, Maurine Yerby. Nell Mosley, and the hostess, Miss Bankhead. « Phi Pi Meets in Home of Clark Blackburn Monday The regular meeting of the Pi Phi Pi, boys' organization, was held at the home of Clark Blackburn Monday night. Plans were made during the meet- ing for the semi-annual "Hell Week" which started Monday night. Plans were also brought forward for the initiation which is to be held Satur- day night, Bert Moore stated. Jerry Mins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 November 1933

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. M kK agle Harriers Win Lone Star Championship fONLEE-IHRJSEWRHiHT LEAD THINLY ( LAIS TO SINGLE POINT VICTORY OVER ONE-POINT WINNERS OF LAST SEASON Wilson Tunnel Is k wlets mm to b-,, .weathkrfokoix Elected (aptain m i/, classic of 19.34 Harriers , Final Fray for Eagles Will Be At San Marcos llnh<r«t 'team h. - Fliwc f I.kiI Vi!ar' UI-< ABfcr«mt Men On Himd for l .ame Touchdown is Scored in First Two Minutes of Eagle Fray With i Trinity Tigers; Eagles Win tt-0 The Eagle's Eye Maurice Houston record is hut SUA SON WITH OM ^ TWO SKNIOH MEN OFF S4|l AO The Eagle* I am* ihntuifii y V' f V afterri-.-ri to t*r th* ' ' '<• tttnwrtw Liand for tie toft* a r * ' el, 11 '. l-.iy " a ' rd #7 to 2R l.ft.f' it >'eftr th* K h/>i? the conference f i.fft U> f'.Wlfti H^i '-j'fry the same fttSiiir e. ■ Thi* j*. ii it! UtU'iih year that the ; ■ nhtp hit If-frt b"),' -1 If VI; ji-Ajra, In JftSJV. trie K w*im T I A A. crown, thfi ■* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1933

4 THE CHATTER BOX CMatane Fitagerald VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 19JW NUMBER 10 "The world in blessed most by men Mythical All-Conference Team epitaph for anyone'* football leant. Those boy* who spend four yearn fighting on a team, or "doing things'' to bring a little honor anil renown to their Alma Mater have in them what it takes to be a suet*** anil a credit later. to any community in which they live. And another thing. who ever heard of a loquacious foot- ball star?? Football Facts Speaking of football, we weren't going to try to pull that one about the Scotchman who made the varsity with the one idea "to get that ijunr- terback'" That's not quite modern enough, but we might be induced to disclose the identity of the two girls who made the touch down on Avenue I of five Lone Star football machines, Honors Are Well Divided in Lone Star Squads for 1934 Football RETIRING CAPTAIN On First Squad COX IS (H ARD Two Men each art*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1933

THE < AMPI'S CHAT, DENTON, Tl> flit RSDAY. MKSIfMEft ?. IPS* by Students of the North Tesas HUU Teachers College. Denton. T«m Chat Entered u Second Clese at the rijUff it Denton, ■MCMMl Mail Mat- MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION iBWR''1 Assofieta Assistant Society Sparta Uia Wllkerson Wiley Houaewright Kenneth E. Smith Verna Compere Maurice Houston Reporter* Margarette Garrison, Bernice Bran urn. Ona Half, Margaret Day, Bryant Wilson. Walter Merrtman, Bernard Helton Ralph I>ean. Joe Gugen heim, Truett Meredith. Robert McCloud. D .« Over ton. Marguerite Herren. anil Jeiwe Hwor Business Manager Shelby Phillips J. I) Hail Literary NooL THE FOUNTAIN Did You Read About? By Flo William* -JU, UU .1 Ml Dramatic Club to Produce Play on Wednesday Night The Calendar 11 Kidnaping la Jin* land rMOt'OMT foil THIS w«« Amaaemenf m tkr i«p|>iixu of tkotr Ikal rannvl think- Pop* Bibuc Vnuuc: Tkr sluggard is wiser in kis own tkan •■#« me* tkaf rnn rendsr a rmson. Proverbs, St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1933

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. TIH'RSDAY. DECEMBER 7. IMS PAGE THREE "KSSrSS? HES B.WQUEI COLLEGE DANCE DANCE CALENDAR F1 COMPLETED NOW Humorou* Speeches Were A Feature of the Entertainment The Annua! Ex-Student# Banquet held lit the A until. Club in Austin on the evening of Friday. December 1, wan a complete auceeas in every way, according to Miaa Mamie E. Smith, secretary of the association. More than 150 ex-student* and ex- faculty members were present for the informal reception which preceded the banquet and for the banquet it- self, and received the entertainment* enthusiastically. "Most of the speeches were in rhyme," Miss Smith stated in review- ing the banquet, "with humorous ap- plication of such serious subjects us 'Mae West', and "1.2' to the teaching profession. They succeeded, in the old time phrase, in 'bringing down the house.'" The humorous speeches were made by Mrs. Quata Woods, Dallas; Frances Hunter, Henderson; Dean W. J, McConnell; John K. King, Frisco; Leo Ilay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1933

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEX A * THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1M :<-■ 'W ■« I ' 1 -J Football Season Ends in Scoreless Tie With Bobcats Kagle* Hold a Slijfht Advantage In Firnt Down*; Ho til Team* Gain 'irwflB Frosh Gridders I i Will Strengthen I iEagles Next Year Five Nm Are Traiwfar*. with 1'erformanres Creditable Thin SMMMH ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTION I By Ralph Daan flan Mar 4 H«" tlM' tha football uniform* are raBfisr iw# ,oW!« * t*i to tJMttf winter §&&* HKfclhnllM ttW* tilt *■—r tnrmlirr of the Commerce eleven TexaTTtate Ttarhtrt " Hi— m wh*t*v#r ,l m that Thuae men. tup'ther with Join fought "thnr way u> a 04) tie withl1**" '"mp ny, we can diaea*. Marrow ami Little the battering San Marco* Bohr at* that MAURICE HOUSTON Rrachinf fftMr pack at cob, alter • ratfcar The Eagle's Eye •ustalnad a dafeat at the hand* of tka unluruWut Uoim Star Conference champion*. Um Commerce Lion* the week before to retard their confer met ctiamplonthip hope*. Although neither wan ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 December 1933

J Efi m : y 'TWf|| 1 GMATTER BOX Christine ritjfiintrt the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even ll mouse; The stocking* were hung by the chim- ney with caw. In hope* thut .Saint Nichols* soon TWIG* P A M1PIT IT© <P1WT A TH 1L inlJCfl v llJi ILJ q) ^soJnl/^i Jl VOLI'MH XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS CoiAHGR. l ENTt)N, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1988 DRAMATIC CLUB OPENS SEASON would be there; Here it in eleven more day* until Christmas and we «re already lie- ginning to feel alt a-twitter over the prospect* of Santa'* paying u* a visit - that ia If we have been good chil- dren. but when we look *t mime of the Freshmen (and upperdassmen, too) we feel assured they have been lie- having themaelve* because each of them has that nice, fresh, clean, washed - behind - the - ears expression that goes with the Christinas SPIRIT- Some of the boys have already quit wearing sox so they will have a pan for St. Nick to fill when the 26th o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 December 1933

THK CAMPCH CHAT. DKNTON. TKXAS, Tilt R.-DAY, IHSOEiMBEIt 14, Wi Published by Stud<mta of the North Tax** 'Mm WMMrtMpft Ceiisgw, IbHtum, TflM Guipu Chat Enter*! t Sw ml Clas* Mail * ' ur at the I' «(«^r>fe * Denton. Texas, * * December 8, ! !« Edit, a 4!h Associate Assistant Society Mparts* MKMHKR TEXAS INfBR<'•<MUI.BGIATE press association W:fk< f)M !) w i!« •. Hausew right Kenneth i. Smith verm i ii.|.« r«- v!,t ifui* H«J<ton (; } i Report. > M rKi«> ■ Oiw ISff, Margate* IWtK !«!> H*riu><) II-«♦ «, Kmi'i hi'nn, Trwett M-< •<! !' K«.(wii mm m Mn.rw '< <n< H • <• •.' fa " W'tiii* Ht J., in , & a! u • M w Phillip i>, Hrtli Literary Nook Did You Read About? By Flo Williams FORMER STUDENTS 1AIRVSATURDAY CONSTRICTION OF GREENHOUSE A XI) PHILOSOPH Y IS COMPLETED ! Bonstt«a for th* Mitirf and l.a/v N.w pi-oring-rat • ' f ' t three hotll novels" tut the iii'ftef in «m *hu would Iia them than read it '.it'-' two record* are mj« mi 'ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 December 1933

Mary Arden Club Has Frolic-Dance Jbdmwrlav \ 11 vh 1 * vlUWJflU wy Th*f Mury Arden Club entertained Wednesday with a Christmas frulie- i lance at U > Lodge The girl- acting Bosh House Girls Honor Student At Birthday Party The nftrl* of the Bass House enter- I a i a e <i approximately thirty-five gdents *1 the Mury Arden l.odge with a birthday party. Friday evening, haaociag Catherine Currie. After all tli « guest* were assembled, games came early for a frolic were played until Santa Claus arrived which lasted from 7:30 till M:30. The ^tribute gifts Kach guest re- "LiMlt Jack Homer Pie" wan there; ' " from ** whil# and the girls gathered >n grou| amiI sang carols: then a "Name a Mary contest was played. The guest i lance, at which U y a varied program wu,< presented. The guests were then ushered into another room where an ice cream murw was served. Those present were Mary Frances W A A. INCREASES ENROLLMENT; ISO ARE NOW ACTIVE Th. metnliemhip of W.A.A. has come up to abou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 December 1933

PAGE FoUR THK CAMPUS CHAT, DKMTOK, TftlXAl " THl'RHDAV, I>K< EMBER U. I , i: ¥' • i\ I if Phvs. Ed. Students CagmNaaeilt IprtMRan Gives Conduct Programs Oilers in Their Freshman (lagers At Rural Schools First (iame Here first Workout Forward p mi -,iEagle* Maintain a Wnuhr I *'M ' >* a « islam* of Loddiel •twiwt -I the roil.** ha-..- Throughout the IMi*v Hoh.uk « hot Sportsman led his .ism mg pit ■ m>i rfttmim Sror* 29-27. f« •«> «.«. «& ** through their first tn rural , ..mmurritW" it. the vietm* „rk«tH Tuesday nigfcl. The first «f Ix mot, TVse fr-m%n which l« u ist i, rU< gam* it*e fear hem wwwsting was scheduled for last Mow ' >t:«« . %u- apm-nion «i th* f ->IP>vf F,i gJ. tin.Hi > M the Tern* day fl'tth' but the vamy game caused . i<hy*tr i eduraiwtr th |4iih«i as* and I'wt III' Oik'.-. Monday night '£< * postponement However. ibNt planned coHuor « eariou* tm«- f" -' • afs.«t fc.Ta*t odnut* < <>t tnie duel eighteen worked out Monda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1934

T H E CHATTER BOX Christine Pjtourer*id THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS < oiXKiiK. MEXToN. TEXAS, FRIIHY. JAM AUV 5. V.m NUMI5F.H 12 Mali ti> thi New Year! Ami don't forget !*■ rive Jujiu> pat ,.n the back. Wh<> was he?' Haven't you heard11 Well. then, we had■ Jitter let you in on a ititle secret—If jou don't know an> thing, ask us. Wo prohablv won', ..now ■< eithtr. We pri-ie our selv«- on knowing all the questions, but the answer* present a difficulty. However, the fountain of information about any and all things, personal ami impersonal, important or unimportant, the < HAT will enlighten you. Are we bragging? ? * H It would seem then, (to impart some of that bragged of informat ion I to the less fortunate who have never heard any Mythological lore) that the ancient Romans hail many God*. At the beginning of each year, they paid h mage to one of them. Janus by I will be the feature of the Saturday name, und for wnom the month Jan- ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1934

THE I'AMVVH CHAT, DKSTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANI'AMY 5, i*M bf flMaata of the .Vortb T *a gut* Tee h*r« Itottum, Tmm Chat Km«r«i a# Harcmd C M* Mail tar st the Phatofftce at Dwrt—. Texas, lieeemhar K, ttfl# Mat MEMBER TEXAK INTKRCOIXEfilATK Mtias ashociation IM Willwtrson Wil*y Housewright Kenneth K. .Smith Vim Compere Maurice llottit«fi flHMH Assistant Skxriety . .. .... Sport* Reporter* Margarette fiarrtMin, Hernfce Ifeanum, ()na Self, Margaret Uay. Bryan* Wilson. Walter Merriman, Bernard Helton, Italph Pean. Jtm tiugen- heim. Truett Meredith. ft« be ' Mcl'lowl. I ♦brie Ovm ton, Mar truer III' IJerren, J Jiwor. mM Mary Willi* Business Spon or Ma waiter Hheiby Phillip* J, I Halt Literary Noolc fAf Antohiof/rnphy of Alice H. I ok/ax PICK UPS J y Kenneth E Hmitfc Student Council L'rges Training In Cooperation Helton troves to be Finished Actor In First Dramatic Play of Season heretofore th * l*a- t luaty-throatfd "mod that ix not only ri'H'i- THOrOHT FOR THE WKK* A Vis. iraiM ,. like 'h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1934

* • # • • TitK CAMPCS CHAT. DEXTOji. TEXAS. FRIDAY. lAXl AltV 14, H ;H PAGE THREE Cupid Ties Santa Claus In Best Race Of Season HESTER TtRSER IS HARRIED AT illXER ■!/, WELLS Mis* Mildred Cowan, of Marietta, _ ,, llt „ (a former Teachers Cotttp student, Hride Was \ urea ISc.iuty in IW.'Ut j became the bride of Perier Koenig, (■room is Graduate of of Mr. and Mr*. A. G. Koenig at I rinily I diversity H cirfmony at the home of the if room's parent* during the Christmas holi- The wedding of Mi"- Hester Turner. ,iBVs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Turner }"lwEus ™Ztmmc. Ninety-Six Talons and Gieste Are Present at Formal Dinner-Dance Parrill Directs College Chorus in TxtTsecretary Carols, Following Yule Tradition or « omega n Held at Women's Club and American of Fort Worth and one of the 18815 college beauties, to Mr. Robert Wade Norwood, mm of Dr. and Mrs. R R. The Reverend F.. E. White, pastor of the First Methodist Church, offir- ated. The e«uple left for a wedding trip to East Te*hs, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1934

THK CAMI*? Ss ' HAT, KENTON, TKXAh FRIDAY. JANUARY 6. WM m S' Vtw I **. L#' i '*-• :ff flnt.tll.fii PMKt} Ivfeat .ft handir.t' ha vvraitv, South*. Wil Encounter I'owerfgj j .lavelina team in Pair of liumes in Harriss (ivmnasium This Week Freshman ('agers Defeat Poly High In Return Tilt Th. Eagle's Ey. M a u'«r. * Uoutton §«wia firide in • "in Mite '4 itltlit mid ii by the new i" M.k<Kl . "Let's ft.* pod N* # 8*1' a d I !*•#' th« the , i Ml tndiM The A a i Be* 'etterman. #rid • amw ••> * ho ii ny {ii <mI If I# *««n they (.« • he hoot cMit r i T«.*a , *1 KW I' "I ?" wo.H to- . of fv 'If 2« 2« Vi<-.ory I* Returned Sport-man* I'laver^ I,h«I Night itv rbitf ••vewd matter* with of Fort Worth Ifi s * ith !■ h fligti her*' mbw llgMlf, . ,: «■. 1.1 •• of n I 2*5 '. trtw, On 1' light. in outplaying of -.,.(« « 1 |!( fi K<.r[ w„rUl th„ ,.„h ing .Southwest I3mAMM Mfttt' ,b„ F Th>- did not. ln«<k vary. j h,. played m th* V*K'4 iinpreaaive Tuesday mght hut th«y i<;ymna hhj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1934

% > m T H E J CHATTER BOX Christine Fitsgerald "All's fair in love and war", but congress should me«t in a special ses- sion and put an amendment on that old adage which would read, "and popularity contest*!" C—B Somewhere in the Governmental course the point was stressed that there should never be any campaign- ing within fifty feet of the poles. But Fairchilds, Beard or Robison would surely have re-written their books had they known that that distance would have put some of these campaigners of their special favorite out in the cold. It would have been such a cold, depressing day for those lads to have stood around with their hands in their pockets, trying to make up the voters minds. "Faint heart ne'er won fair lady", but in this case it probably would have been, "Cold feet ne'er won Fair Lady some extra votes!" "So live Cody Bradford came blustering in with only one speech—"Now ladies and gentlemen, I haven't gone on the stump for my candidate, but this boy in particular is f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1934

PAGE TWO TilK < AMPt Jg CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. 1984 TODS CJwMFOT CELKT Published by Student# of ib* North Tuu Stat# Teachers Coileg*, iMnton, Texas Catr,|ma Chat Ent*r«d a* Second Class Mail Mat- ter at Use Postoffice at Denton, Texas, liwrok'f 8, 1010 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Lois Wilkerson Wiley Housew/ight KcririRtb E. Smith „„ Verna Compere Maurice Houston Editor - — Aattxuate Assistant ......— Society — Sports —......mm,,,,..,. Reporter* Margarette (iarriaon, Bernice Branum, Una Mf, Marge/et Day, Bryant Wilson, Walter Merrimaii, Bernard Helton, Raiph Dean, Jo# Gugen heim, Truett Meredith, Robert McCloud, Di*ie Over ton, Marguerite lierren, Jessie Swor, and Mary Willi* Business Manager Sponsor Shelby Phillip# ™ J. t). Hall V. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Truth ia tttauiiful Without doubt; and to are Im. Emerson BIBLE VERSE; But avnid foolish quntumt. and gomalogitu, and contention*, end striving* about the Utw; 'or thru <*r* mnprofttahb a...

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