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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, TH1 KSDAV. JANUARY U, IU34 PACK THREE Powell States Juniors Will Sponsor • Exceptionally Good All-College Dance in Gym Saturday Night % Seven Pledges Are DEBATE SOCIETY Admitted to Beta , .. Alpha Rho Heta GIVES PRtXiKAM Trojans Complete Initiation at Mrs. Kingsbury to Decorate; Winter Motif Brought Out COMMITTEE IS NAMED WILLIAMS TALKS TO KAPPA ALPHA LAMB A THURSDAY Receiving Line to Include Deans Of College and Class Sponsors "The class of '35' has been famous for its all College dances" President Ben Powell said Monday, and the dance Saturday will be no exception to this rule." "The decorations will be along the winter motif, and with Mrs. J. L. Kingsbury, class sponsor in charge, they will certainly be good." Members of the class on the decoration commit- tee are Willis Maddox, Pauline Mat- thews, Lonnie Holotik, Weldon Stal- cup, E. J. Reeves, Lorene Shu It 7., Cindy Rushing, Dorothy Cady, Kath- erine Medders, and Anna Mary Bevill, The receiving ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1934

PACK FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY II. 1934 Eagle Basketeers Split Double Header with Simmons Cowboys At llarriss Gymnasium Won. and Tues. By Bryant Wibon The *:«!•" split * do M« hmfor the first at th* w#ek with tk* Sim- mon* team taking *! •• first K*rna 12-2U hot coming back Tuesday night to take that game <®-30. TV first part of the gam- Monday night tu a close fought battle, with pittriefc, Golliday, Zeretake, and Dob- Ma* leadlnr the h'agl* attack, and Winter*. Seed, an ! MeCallum *t*r- ring for the Cowboy*. Th* aeore at th* md of the half wa* 14- U. but in tit* second half the visitor* tore looae and rolled up 2« more points while the kerne town team only annexe'! 14 point*. Neely with 14 point* led in tk« aeorera from Simmon* while Col- lide/ waa high for the Eagle* with 10 point*. Ltaten to the Eagie scream! Tue* day night the Macomen came back In a way to warm the cockle* of 'he heart. The aeore at the end of the haif waa If-If, and both side* ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1934

% %> THE CHATTER BOX Christine Fitzgerald | I VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 18. 1934. NUMBER 14 "Pretty is as pretty does," and did our favorites do themselves up in grand style Saturday night? They were presented at the annual Junior dance by Louis Higginbotham, the Yucca Editor. As each beauty came out of the Igloo to be int'oduv«<i, any- one could have been well assured of the fact that he was actually seeing .* dream walking! Everything went lovely Saturday night until that < Well, you know there has to be ONE in each crowd!) person had what it takes to walk brazenly across the floor and tat; one of the favorites during the dance that was exclusively for them. The UN- lucky girl and her escort handled the rather nasty situation gracefully, though. It seem,* that things like that can't be avoided all the time, but his absence was noticed after inter- mission. "Doubt Difficulties were made to meet— greet--and b«at! Whom ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1934

1 Ut« WMfemrn Wiley Hounew right Kenneth K. Smith Varna Compere Maurice Houston Rrpnitcri. Maini sTln Carrtsun, Branum. On* Self, Margaret Day, Bryant WiUori, Waiter Merriman lirt nard Helton, Ralpr Dean, Joe (jugen- heim, Truett Meredith. Robert McC'WmmI, Di«b Imr tm, iMffuritt Hwnn. J. *ir smw, and Mary m§ Shelby Phillips J. 1). Hull Published by Student* of th* North T«ua Slat* Teachers CoBaft*. Dent**, T#i« Chat Wmm j§§.lieoild CiftM Mail Mat^ (t Um Po*togle* at Denton, T«iaa, December H, 1 1« MEMBER TEXAS INTKRCOLl.KGIATE PP.E8 ASSOCIATION Associate Am is tan l Society Ru*iri< *- Mit^r isponwor I TMOtmHT WW IHt WiWtK THE CAMPUS fSWAT. DENTON, TEXAR, THCItSDAY JAN'CARY IN, 1M4 ■MHfcMMMMRMMMMMNiitfiiM Literary Nook PICK UPS By Kenneth K. HmAk Kitty's Katy-Kisms By Kittie McKay |ti ANTHONY ADVKHSK in romwted by man, to| {] be the moat outstanding book of itSS, an«i alio for a numb-r of previous* year* The book in Immense not only in volume, hut also in rc,nt*-ut Harvey All«n, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1934

THE I AMI'I S CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY IH, VXH PAGE THREE i > JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS ALL-COLLEGE DANCE IN HARRISS GYM SATURDAY MRS. KINGSBURY .nSiSi FlEfOR ATI<\ WTTH MAKE DElUKAlftS Willi final schedule WINTER MOTIF Applications hv Clubs Will Not He Accepted Later Than January .'HI Men s Club Plans ('lasses in home DeWees and Nolley mary lathrop To Have Club House S economics ark | Show Products of made assistant For Its Members tea hostesses Companies Here school director A contract fur th- operation of the (;ir| Receive Guests in Hon* fa vor1tes pa ra de FREDDY MARTIN PLAYS ACCORDION AND RONHAM DANCING TEAM FURNISH FLOOR SHOW The annual Junior AII-College dance Saturday night wax one of the roost attractively decorated dances of the year. The junior class, who have for their Hponttorft Dr. and Mrs. Kings- bury, worked out a most novel theme in the decorative motif. The Winter Carnival, which was Mrs. Kingsbury's idea, was carried out with white crepe paper, ici...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 January 1934

PAUF K HAT. DENTON, TEXAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY It, 1«34 Eagles Scheduled for Dual Clash ^With Bearkats and Bobcats in First I Conference Classics of this Season EAGLE CAGEMEN ANN HARDING AND WILLIAM VOW ELL TO STAR IN SHOW With Uw first e* HM of 11 Oth the Hi Mi for ige Eli hs* not been M isagressiv.- in victory <>r defeat, they pons*** potential strength unit •bould give a K'"-l account of them *elve« in the t-one Star ' onference chase. Ou* to the fact Out *everal ltim« appeared on the schedule early hi th wmumi. Coach *«•*« wax forced to gel ready fi r the games instead «f teaching the usual run of fun-)* mental* Hosevn. the fcagle* have shown a great deal «f improvement in each engagement and art- ready to defend themselves The Bohr at* havr thown a irreal deal of ability m rag* apart <h> • " and Have won one of ttwir non-tor. farence games,, nev art Helen*. they defeated IHe Southwestern University Pirates, ZH II, in an impi"*«ive manner which indicate* that they (.la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1934

'j ' •' mhv o - & I ■ I THE CHATTER BOX Christine Fitzgerald New semester. new faces, new im- portunities, and clean slates — What •hall we write on them this time? Shall we scribble them up in such a way that even we can't be proud of them ? Or will some of us have cour- age to turn down a few of the more entertaining frivolities and app.y the old brain in such a way that the folks back home will marvel at our brilliance? This Slate is yours, so do with it as you will but remember that we're wishing you gobs of luck- you'll probably need it! C— B Clayton Petter has been forced to sign up for the sixth course this sem- ester because he finds that he wasn't getting enough sleep from the five courses that he has been carrying. After all it does take an awful lot of sleep to keep fresh, young, and beautiful! If this sixth course fails, someone should tell him about Edna Wallace Hopper— C—B Have you noticed that our new Freshmen, Frogs, or what-ever-you- call 'em, haven't that lost ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1934

TIIK < AMWrs r HAT. DKNTON, TKXA*. Tilt BSDAY FKBRIARY 1, MM. by Students of the North Teaaa Stele T«wkm College, Denton, Teaas Chat Kntered w Second Claaa Mail Mat- ter «t Om Po toff ire at Denton, Texas, December *, l l« MIMBKR TEXAS INTKHCOULBOIATB PRKS8 ASSOCIATION Ism Wllkerswn Wiley llousewrigbi Kenneth K. Smith Verna Maurice Houston KdiU' , Associate , 'WmMm Society %erta Reporters Margareti, Garrison, Berrwe Brantim. Gna Self. Margaret Day. Bryant Wilson, Walter Merriman. Bernard Helton, Ralph Dean, Joe Gugen heim, Truett Meredith, Robert M<< loud, Dixie Over ted. Marguerite Bfarrwn. - *• Swor. and Mary Willis Literary Nook PICK UPS By Ktuuih K. Hwith REPORT ON DIEGO KIVKltA j Iti our h for new thut ar < (distinct ly worthy of nur -arfi«-t attention, w*- jcA'inot afford to overlook ! i**jro Rivira, th - grt-at Mexican artist who firit visited *h«f- ' "nitisd Ktat«M: jin 1&80 and ha* siimi* lajeoirot familiar *o all Am- :tfifwm through Hi* famous frww* in San ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY I. 1994. PAGE THREE m i • • President's Ball Is Gala Social Function Of Season WILLIS MILLER MARRIES ZELDA MAE HEAULEE Reception Follows Wedding; Bride and Groom heave for Austin Minn Zelda Mae Head lee ami Willis Miller, Mn of L. L. Miller of the science department, were married Tuesday evening at twilight at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Headlee, 1001 N. Locust. Dr. George C. French, pastor of the Travis Street Methodist Church of Mary Ardens Announce New Lodge Charges At a recent meeting of the Mary Arden l<odge committee a new sched- ule of charges for meetings and en- tertainments held in the club house was made out The rates are as follows: Dance, (Social organization other than Mary Arden* >, 15.00, Entertainments given by faculty members, 92.50; Boarding house entertainments, (including the houses where there are Mary Arden members), fl.00; and Entertainments given by Mary Arden members, free. Club...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1934

PACK FOUR THK CAMPCB f HAT, DENTON. TKXA8, TMI RMBAY FEBRUARY I. 1994 J . Eagle Cagers Trif j lacats in Initial Conference Fray Eagle Quintet Bows to Lions in Slow Go Monday Night 00000 00 0000000000000000000 0 0 00 000000 «** *•••0000000000000*00 Bearkat Basketeers Shooting U Fast himI Inaccurate The Kagl** lost a torrid g.. to th* by Both Taw; fiirniw and Commerce Lion* at WIMW M'm Henderson Star < *> evening ; -22. During h# first ■ - ■ ■—. ten in'if play only four point* Th* Kagl** cant* out of • slump m*t*< made, two charity to***# by to tall* th* powerful San Mirm .s«yw and by Mill*, *«itt *Uonal ■ Bobcat# for * defeat :« i!«. iii i hi1 first ffrtifcrriio ifain" ;l the season The gain* wa< n.ngh. f t. and fur ious, Straodtmsn. Bobcat center. ha<i to leave th* lrami* i. the <**1 r* period for four fouL. IV - hooting wa- f* t arid inac*ur*t« t,> boo loan and it i,* a matter of note 'hat ' •fori' r«w* mm hijffc a it did The Bobcat* sin |,..,n' • be far* th* E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1934

THE CHATTER BOX Christine Fitsgerald THE CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8. WM NUMBER 16 Have you done your daily good turn? (Or is reading this column supposed to be that good deed?) Each of uk should have enough of the Boy Scout in us to want to make the other fallows load lighter either by giving him that prepared Spanish lesson, letting Her wear those new crystal* that Santa left, or just remembering that a cheery grin will make a lot of difference to the one who is blue, lonesome, or homesick. There is always someone who needs that friend- ly pat-on-the-back, so always Be Prepared! We should follow this motto man closely in our clan* work, but it is so hard for some of us to do justice to our classes and our extra-curricu- lar activities, too! After all. could not some promising young Edison in- vent a school with nothing but Extra- curricular Activities modeled after our*? What an enrollment it would have! Be Prepa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1934

pick ups U) Krnnrlh E. Hank Published by Htodnntt of the North Teiaa State Tttckwi College, Dentoa. Twm Kitty's Katy-Kisms By Kittie McKay tney stand out Chat Entered u Second Claaa Mail Mat- tor at Um Poetotfice Denton, Texae, December t, >914 MEMBER TEXAS MmCOLUMUTS pkm association Editor Koto Wilkeraon Wiiey UoDMwrifht Aaeiatant • Kenneth E. Smith Society Verna Ojmperc Sport* B rice Houston lteiw it«i , liwmon, flemire. Bra num. Ona Sell, MifKWrt I ay, Bryant Wilson, Walter Merrfmah, Bernard Helt<m, Ralpb l *an, Jo - (iuaen h+tm, Truett Meredith, tebeM M.r loud, booe Over ion, M«r|fwertte: Merren. JeKsie Hwor, and Miry WHO* "C——~ Wu sines- Mana*.* Sponsor BtlU VSMK. Stwtv I" #*"«•• 'hynri! man Owl mtvthih nut b> '>* word of truth. Shelby Phillip* J I). Mat! a: t'ii 'i 'i t,'oil. n • t>rk ijth't11, ' u'■'it df i'hny th' II Tiii ttihy 2 I ■ Neigh born Not Ion# HV't i' w*h th*- ru^tfiiri of the people of this section of the country to *h re ever'. w\ vantage with the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1934

.• .iiri,a i tttii, URsniiN, ir. 'RHUA1 i I'll' \I:N - i■ • i PACK THREE ra be jor |nd it ia fh • |H k |iy i if >K IS Im t i r • DR AMATIC CU B TO • .^-} ™ s GIVE COMEDY NEXT #«*« OA SI/jv/M V 'THRGC-COMNERED MOON IS STOHV OF WRITER'S OWN LIFE ' Four delegate* to the World Stu- !dent Christian Federation, which will jliwHi at Southern Methodist Uni- jversity, February 16-1$, will be e- Uertrude Tonkonogy's corned;, "Three.Cornered M o o a," j Aaaotiattan, interdenominational or which comes to the T. C. Auditorium ,«MiMlloR. at its semi-monthly «n«*t- neat semester under the banner of j*** 1,1 College auditorium Sun the Dramatic Club, was written inj day afternoon at four o'clock, ac seventeen days by a vivid young wo-' wrdintt to t layton Potter, president man who wanted money in order to'0* ^e society. At this time. also, Mr. ■ Hobert M. tiengnagel. a resident of Musical Comedy is Debaters Joiiraey craduat* Beinii Written In H'lday to Atatene Accepts iOH\SOS TALKS AT ROTA AI PHA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1934

fi : In Fine Fettle as ■ar for Border Olympics At Laredo; Freshmen Show Promise Eagles Will Meet Bobcats Tonight In Feline Lair! Bobcat Mainstays The Eagle's Eye HMfric# llomfco* m ifcwit tWKMftty fi v f mm work- if out daily. and being favored by weather, (Wk f'h<* taam w beginning i .hi preparation for thf first mNt of the season, the B r- dar Olympic* at Uredo, Fab. 22. 11m Ragle* at thi. tint* look es traiwljr strong in at) the running at present on tlx the >nly ihot at available On thr who to rt |x'*i m thrower the Eai(le«' chances ' 1 upon their ability I In Second Claah itt SenMin for the Two Team!*; fulminate* Herie* of (<ant#M on Itoad Jtt'k JWaro'a North Texa* Kagic* ilmirtate their flr < road trip of the i number of freshmen are work In the di«tane besides the mg out. their ftrwt irwt being with veteran. Ri<ay Housewrtght. there ar.- Wwfctrow W il*.,n High of Dallas on two extraordinarily good « ph «more . th. 17th on th< local track Gregory It C. CaMtoa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1934

■■MM THE CHATTER BOX Christine Fitagarald VOLUME XVIII V i • 11URSDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1934. PAGE THREE More Than 75 Are mer t, to be „ ker here Present At S.C.A. dr. weese will si'eak to biology (ikoi!i' in march nentary principal * MW of the Speak i Meeting Sunday NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS for the Teacher .hi* year. 1 r. A. O. Wh'U of the Unlvefcity of Oklahoma, outstanding aeotatfiat and ecologist on the subject of sta- "Stone wall* cannot a prison make, nor iron bars a cage—1" Maybe—but a we throat is sufficient to give Chris a bit of solitary confinement. The result of which is that she's not writing the column this week, so if you prefer other things you might take Will Rogers' advice and turn the dial. Really there is no cause for worry for she is lots better now and la already accumulating choice mor- sels for next week's paper. NEW IMPETUS IS TAKEN BY PUBLIC RELATIONS FORUM college service "While we are on the subject though, how's your own coldT Now don't take advantage of y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1934

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TW'HrUKY FEBRUARY 15. IM4. 1' ■Kl ■r'1 , 1 • I I I ( * < % I { « I I 1 I 4 « I i 4 I J The Campus Chal by Students of tin Tmtw Collf, Liierary Nook PICK UPS Chat entered w Saeond CI aas Mali Met tar at the Poetoffice et Denton, Teaaa, Daeambar i, ltl« MKMBRK TEXAS INTBRCOM.BGIATB PRESS ASSOCIATION Loia Wilkemon Aaeociat* Wiley Housawrlght Asaiatant Kenneth E. Smith luiity Verne <> mp«re Reporter*: Margarette Oarrtaon. Bryant Wilson, Bernard Melton. Joe (Jugenheim Triiett Meredith, Marguerite Herren, Jw*#e Swor. Bill Chamber*. Betty Lacawell. and Mary ",rfi* Buaiaea* Manager a- Shelby Phillip* J. D. Hall Bl'L I'Jj.l — LW,' ~ Wfc- "hlFK HK< IN8 A'l KORTV ITS pi> Sfv, York W'h ttf Hill Book Comfmn:. lU-'.Z Waller I! Fitkin. aulhur < f tUwiirig." "Mop- (Vm.-r t#> v>-.,' Lwirnim#," hi .- wriit >• an **ii *r- HK>- in "Life B<*Vfin lit i Mr Pit kin hi f it Envying." bv «Uttl j.' "Yo | forty may n«<t kftr.w it, i< . v> | KfU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16. I9S4. PAGE THREE # | * V i om Mrs. Hardy Will ! Take Lead In Next Club Production FISH TO HAVE Arden I'ledges To BLAIK,FORMER BRIDGE-DANCE Be Initiated In STUDENT, TO BE AT ARDEN LODGE Lodge Monday Eve SPEAKER HERE An innovation will be wen March 1 in the College Auditorium when the More Than 75 Are Present At S£A. Meeting Sunday DR. WEESE W ILL SPEAK TO BIOLOGY CROUP IS MARCH Plana for a freshman dance ind Approximately twenty pledge* 'villi Witt Blair, elementary princi|<al bridge party to be hold Friday even formally initiated into the Mary "f Trinidad, will be one of the speak- ing were made at a class meeting ^rden Club Monday evening at the < i> o«> the program for the Teacher last Friday morning. J. W. (Dad) Mary Arden Lodge at seven o'clock.'Training Conference thin year. Pender wan a speaker on the program These pledge* will meat the member- Hlair is a recent graduate of the Dramatic Club prcs.„u iU produc-'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1934

I THE CAMPUS ' HAT, DENTON, TEXAi, THt R.HDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1934. Track Coach Hrndrrmn and (iulliday ClWt Too Much for Tiger*: Hi* t'oint Lead si lb* tlalf T) Raffle* unfolds! Ilinr ■ ng • Monda night and flew away with a victory of 3S-5W mounted t.m Tigif fceir The two teaim started w th a fla h in the opening tp* game, continuing throughout *he «•- -J'" TH« Him eo men had the Trmi*y t<oy< outclassed in heigh' and goal iag, but th< Tigers proved to \* a'*out a* rough a* the Eagles The five •tarter* of both team* looked well with Dittrieh. 8w«w, and Neighbors •«*" aitiaging Ik* leather for Denton Eagles Drub A. C. Invaders to Win By Count of 55-24 Eagle Sparkplugs > #### #< | <# < The Eagle's Eye Paul Pearaon Siwro Unaa Kill ire Squad Subduing Ikr Miriwn Clad Kangaroo* In i : tor. a IcUerman in track and football. / Game# Lef I On Eaglet Schedule >meh 'hoe Sportsman, track Mien who will take hi* track and field to the Border Olympic* to be „ held in l<ar'e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1934

0 o THE CHATTER BOX Christine Fitzgerald VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1934. NUMBER 18 Conference Speaker "Stone wall* cannot a prison make, nor iron bars a cage-—-—but nothing «u Mid about platter walls and iron bed* not to mention a doctor and two nurse*. Oh, well, while there is life there is hope. And when one is a little man, the weather is not so bad to be on the inside looking at the outside, However, it's awfully hard to maintain that Folly Anna spirit when a dose of salts or eastor- oil is a constant reminder that one is really ininy. Beat Commerce' Have you visited the new hospital * It's really a dilly. and if it weren't for the inducements to get well it would make a swell boarding house. Dr. Hayes is an excellent host (and it is rumored that he intends letting the thermometers stand in vanilla or, if your taste is peculiar, he might be persuaded to buy raspberry flavor- ing.) The nurses are honeys, and—— oh! that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1934

i I The Campus Chat 8. South Literary Nook PICK UPS By Iwni t Sauth THE JOURNKY OF TH8 FLAMK «*re >. the original ten w<„d tela- fh«- Journey of th< Flame, Fienro fUaneo !•"* "•ruta*. b«n *ta on**r «f. pp. Boston, Riverside Prii** for Houghton Mifflin f"r<1 anaiy*!* bet* too stop m- Company. EflglieiM by Walt r fie Steigtter with '•«*««■*dm* *««p." illustrations by Alfred Ramo* Martinez The Journey of The Flame i: an account of one year in the life of Senor Don Juan Ofcrigon, known during the pant yearn in the Three California!* aw Juan Colorado, and to the indiads < f the am«' mm The Flame He was born in San J«mc del Arroyo, Lower California, in 1798 and. bavin# seen three centuries change customs and manners, died alone in 1902 at the Creat Cardon, near Kfwyrio, Mexico, with his face turned toward the adiith. All this in formation in gained from the title paw no that the reader may lie oriented before he be- gin* the book The moat important part of The Flame'* his- ...

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