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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 April 1937

Til. CAMPl'S THAT, DENTON. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, API; 11. JI. 1037 250 TO COMPETE IN REGIONAL MEET GLANCING OVER tfca Sports World with REI) MARTIN The fellow who introduce* the ;lcfereo 1«i (hi- fight fun,* out a! Netmen Drop 2 Watches After Winninii Streak Eagle Quartet Takes 3 Firsts at Kansas Relays SportScripture ly L«e Minion CUu AHigii To Gather l ■ft I I l'l«l < low I 11 IV 111 u, I 111'11 II III til ■napped al four si i n if I Pete Shand-' netmen dropped th<*it closing maichc- t i the home who mi Thursday M d Friday to tin Steer Stadium tomorrow night will probably blare into th«* loud b\ .speaker: "l.a dec and Gentle muti. the one and only .lack Denisey1' That's i ikhi enough in it wit Imt lacking in two respect I' ll ■■! « f all, there never has been a fighter whose true name was Jucl llenipsey. Second, the ( Id idol v\!>. will be gladly hailed b> Da 11 a : fans really borrowed the iwnu un •let which he will be introduced, at least the first part of it, from anoth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 April 1937

THE CAMPI'S CHAT. DINTOK, TEXAi. W1PHI8!>AT APR| 1. \*?t Senior Week Activities To Begin This Monday T. f. IMmier* l to bag*a West activities are slated aaxt Monday wh*n th trill w dm of the busiest IRid week* of tli* entire year Vhe activities occupy the entire wmk through Saturday May 1. dinMi, a recaption, a ban- and a picnic and show are l ached ule evening th< clan* p>>n- will entertain the seniors with forma! dam* at the Country C'tgb In tile receiv.rig line will Jk Dr. and Mr* 8 B Mc A lister and Mr. and Mr* E. H Farrtng- tnn, a^ofwnr* of the class. and the officer* and their date*. To Entertian McCeaaeUs Ta Entertain President and Mr*. W. J. Me- (laauwll wili receive the senior* on Thuraday evening, April 27. in the Crystal Room and recaption eoMe at Marquis Mail, from eight to tar o'clock Both spring and graduating senior*, and the graduating member* of the ir class. will be honored at liklii affair. Those receiving with fir. and Mm McConnell will be llM preside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1937

Don't Mim Coronation, Swing-Out Friday Nite ®hr Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1937 ———— I I I- Four New Buildings A re C°tton P"**8 ^roai 8 Denton Stores To Be Modeled Today NOTES i AV^Sfws Dedicated to Training Meet Director I i 4 I : Id tfl • « t. \I,U I' BEATS I I I KK \KY DIGKST IN I'KKmrriNc t our P!<ISll>KNT'S Will JOINS I * I« Kir I.INK in NORMAN GKI'SK Y I ,;i-1 week. advisors to thi' White 11 in-were eagerly scanning news- papers, private report* from all iver the country, to forecast puh- Itc opinion on the nit-down, Su- l.icine Court, proposed legislation .in maximum hours, minimum wage . This public opinion is u 'idiiiv thing, with no clearly-de- lined rules ami one man's truest ap , irer ily iih good as another's. The t'veat American public seems to think in cycles, or maybe it's eir- Y gradunlly shifting from lib i ralism to conservatism, often >uh; temporary flurrie- into i!<-h fads as midget ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1937

' . SSL THE CAMFUJS CHAT. DENTON. TKXA8, THURSDAY. APRIL M, 1987 i n m is m.! Editor Mm Hit Say ■tow flitip ! w at the poet ofle* it Xmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . l l«. f | i BT MAIL Manual Arte 107 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor ,Society Editor Do you reineml>er my psycho-bio-chemo-analytic detector of earlier in the year? You know, the ma- chine I invented which, when connected to a regular light ocket, would indicate the patient'* intelli- gence quotient, life expectancy, l>a al metabolism, philosophy of life, and what he had for breakfast day before yesterday ? Sure, you remember. Well, it'* happened again. Yeah. I have a new invention. A real one, this time. Rigger ami better than anything I've ever done twfore. Necessity was the mother of this invention. I am its proud papa. So 1 have named it Kvans' Patented Auto- BOWEN EVANS matic Shutter-Upper ALONZO JAMISON 1 am at heart a philanthropist, a man with a EVEI YN Mc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1937

♦ I * 4 4 • f I THE CAMPU8 CHAT. DENTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL W. UM7 Eagle Quartet Wins National Championships at Penn R Intramural Hi-Lit** lly W C. KOW1JKN I\ l l< \MI H VI. HAHKBAIX , it-mi lit ut its hottest ait the > npiugii draws near its close. The Airps lead the pack with a per- . i ntage of 1.000, followed closely ■ In Doodlebugs, who have won ir nines ami only loitt one. IS l \SI WKKK'H GAMES The Bantam* eked out a 2 to 1 > uver the Wills, who have not won a game. Illl HOOHLKBl'GH Hitiuned their hold on second i. I■ v defeating the Rats 1(1 to 5. Illl I'WEKI'N | rew a forfeit from the Han- and advanced within ne game f th« pennant. They have a tie • ' first place cinched, and if they iiti thi Baby Willi on Wednea- : >•. 'hey win the league cham- Kinship Illl WILLS Finally took a game, defeating . Huffs tn the tune of 9-fl, How the Wills still have the cellar eased. imi hoom.Kiti <;s Turned on full steam in their ■ ' game of the season to defeat • Buffs 2T&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 April 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXA8. THUMDAY. APRIL M, Ml Banquet9 Reception, Dances GawAwtt Feature Senior Activities \m Tonight the senior elaa* will h< ld one of it* moat outstanding annual social event* in connection with senior wn4. when the Senior Banquet lake* place in I hi- main dining room at Marquis Hall. Ap- proximately one hundred twenty- f'iur (rut**"!* an' expected U> be present at thin affair, according U> Sid Hamilton, president of the "ly Mm Godfrey" Stars Lombard ami T. €. Announcer Write down all the word* that clan*, who hac charge of ticket mean funny, capricious, delicious- sales. ly daffy and ebulliently looney Add The dining room i to be dec- them all together and you have u oraliil with awoet peas and pastel description of Universal s "My candles in a spring theme. The Man Godfrey," which will he program is to consint of a wel- shown at the College Auditorium come by Sid Hamilton and a re- Saturday night. sporuic by Dr. W J McCunnnll, Carole Lombard, as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1937

Hear the Ckorus Broad- cast Tuesday, 5:15 P. M. Wif? Canuma VOLUME XXI Music Week Is Observed Here Music wnt'k activities which have Im'cii underway since Monday will lie climaxed Thursday evening. May (>. when student- of the music department will present their sun ior piano recital in the Audito- rium ait 8:16 o'clock. The pro- gram. which is being directed by Mi>s Anderson «>I the iiiumc depart ment, will include fourteen piano -elections and an orgtfn number, all given by students of the t'ol- lege. Numbers on Program The progrutn is as follows: "Ktude in A Flat" by VYollenhaupt, J. \\ Johnson; "Hunting Song" by Mendelssohn, Kuby I,ee Hevill; "Impromptu in A Flat" by Schu- bert, (ieraldine Johnson; "Menuet- to in B Minor" by Schubert, Doric Sutton; "June" (Barcarolle) by Tchaikowsky, Kli/.nbetb Sanders; "Music Box" by Liadow, Cecelia Cunningham; "Spanish Gypsy Dance" by Mowrey. Helen Buis; "Reverie" by lie B ussy, Murrell Hopper; "Prelude and Fugue in l> Minor for Or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 6. 1M7 The Campus Chat veddy during Ik* college year by the of Iht North Texaa State Teachers College. Entered a* aecond claaa mail at the poet office at Donten, Texas, December 8. 1816. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL 9m «■«§ yaar li.oo Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement Is reserved. Office Manual Arte 107 Telephone IMS MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRES8 ASSOCIATION Rditor-in-Chief Associate Editor Society Editor Sports Fdjtor BOWEN EVANS ALONZO JAMISON EVELYN McGAUGH Y LEE HINTON COLUMNISTS: Bob MeCloud, Clyde Heath. Joe Ellin Martin. Sid Hamilton. Norman Grusky. REPORTERS: Evelyn Martens, Harry Black. Ma- rian Gibson. Nadinc Mayo, Venola Morgan, Li'i Ann Butner. Hope Rotors, Lee Hinton, Carol Davis, and Alma A rend t. ILLUSTRATOR: Mary N. Swee> Business Manager SHELTON McMATH Faculty Sponsor J. D. HALL JR The Educator'« Opportunity No other person possesses quite the potentialiti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1937

* * 4 >« • O '* 4 % /• Over 400 High School Youths to Compete in Class Glancing Over The Sports World with RED MARTIN Powerful Eagle Squad To Enter Durant Meet National a. a. u. Local Freshmen Smotker Other L S. C. Greenies Governor All red offered t*>e facilities of the State Game Fish and Oyster Department to Presi- dent Kooaevelt aft«>i* vinitio# him nlxmnl the \ aeht of State, I'. S S. Potomac, anchored off Aranse* Puss, early Monday morning. Gulf of Mexico tarpoon may be snooty on future anglers after witnessing the concern exhibited in their he- half upon the part of two such rulebreties. The President left Washington last Wednesday for two weeks of fishing off Texas shores. Authorites in China are indulg- ing in a brand new sport leper shooting. They sent bullets into the heads of 125 last April 25, after the i;ame hail overpowered the crews of two boats who had at- tempted to drown them. Dorothy Traung, noted female golfer, says that the weaker sex have about as muc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 May 1937

2Z THK CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY «, UK lb Plv I 1; T. ml C ^#1 1^ ill HI Ruth Hawk inn. junior student from Temple. is the choice of the girls of tin- College 'or Girls' Fo- rum for the session of 1WS 7-193*. according to Mary Elisal eth Witt- tile, pr«-ident of the organisation She was elected in the assembly pmirrxni held last Thiir*dny in connection with th«* Forum Cotton Frtifk Week. Kvelyn Hunt, who is a sopho- more in the college, and live* in Denton, ic the new vice-president of the Forum Cecelia Cunning ha m. another sophomore and a re* ■ Merit of Denton, In to he secretary, and Alia Mae Clement*, sophomore from I>alla*, i* to be treasurer. Gordon Jume* Barnes Broach, sophomore from Munday. i* the selection of the girl* for report er. Retiring officer* of the Forum Council arc Mary ElizaU'th Win- die, president; Helen Mitchell, vlee-president; Mary Helen Kth- ridge, secretary; Evelyn Me Fat ridge. treasurer; and Jerry Jack- *on, repoi lei Banquet to Honor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1937

Welcome to Denton, High School Guests Nt fun< irice th. !• II |llc|(i from (Km 111(1 ■< >1 i« lr in Mil | in i to * ring 1st 1.1 It. ! lainl 1 : t lull III.'! I'll .! (Eljr Campus Chat To Trmtk VOLUMK XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1987 Over 500 H. S. Students Expected Here Saturday • - NC1ES From The I U'S fMf photographers on ii \\l) for crash ml hindenbl rc •'.( onomy v. taxes is conc;rkss debate si bject Ry NORM VN <;K( SKY Across front pages last week streaked big black headlines sctcaming 'h«r news of the llinden- burg disaster. The photographer assigned to cover the landing of the hiu airship had his camera poised, ready to snap the routine shot uf maneuvering the ship to the mooring mast when he was hor- rified to see the entire stern ex- plode into flames. Automatically the stunned camera-man snapped the picture, quickly took other --hots of the doomed ship crashing to the ground. Thus it that newspapers car- ried their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1937

PAGE TWO THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON. TEXA8. THURSDAY, MAY 6. 1937 ' I The Campus Chat ,P?",?iv" Kh". Pitkin, Published waakly during the collage jrwr by the Editor Has Mis I " |A« on Hrti Henedict (Continued from page I) students of the North Tuu SUU Teachers C-ollege Entered if second class mail at the post olBee at I tenton. Texas, December 8, 1916. glHHCKIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL Dae college year 91.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline sny advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone IMS MKMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Thin IB last issue of the Campus Chat for the long session of 1936-37 Sad word*. W feel that this has been a good year for the College The huge building program alone would have made it red-letter ne*Mon. And with its academ- following members of the Clul w progress. its outstanding achievements in the field* Dude Neville, Margaret Carver A one-act play, "The Prairie People," with a cast including Mildr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAT «. 1M7 Powerful Eagle Track Squad Leaves for LSC Meet Fi i It ! Iii |v IVe I 1' * Ml III i } < IK II I" J a I 12 Firsts Out of 14 Events Is Eagle Record at Durant SportScripture By Lee Minton L. 8. C. Trmck cud Field Record* • m Participating in their last out- of-state meet of the season, Coach Choc Sportsman's thinly-clads Fri- day Ht Durant, Oklahoma, swept to victory in twelve events on a fo.irteen-even card to bring home to North Texas Teachers the championship of the first annual running of the Savage Relays, sponsored by Southeastern Okla- homa Teachers at Durant. Coming through with triumphs in all contests save the discus and the 100-yard dash, the latter event which was lost on a fluke, the North Texas varsity captured all six relay contests while Coach Sportsman's freshmen won the only two relay event* in their division. Probably the event which was the object of most controversy was the defeat of the Eagle's and the Southw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 May 1937

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 18. 1 S7 Soph All-College Will Have Green and White Color Motif iy n pm pi's Martin Will Speak AtArden Breakfast TK« Chatterbox By SKorty As a climax to the entire year's round of (Iumk and a* * prelim inary to dead wwl. the sophomore class will sponsor Saturday night the last glkwllifi dance for th*- long session. The Collage motif will I* car- ried out. using the school'* colors of green and white. Convention- alized eagle* will he used on the po«t# and at tm back of the gym- nasium. while the sides will be draped with streamer* in the grwen and white combination. The ceilmic i*> to be covered with streamer* that drape outward from the lights, which are to be covered in green. furthering the effect of coolness in the gynina sium. In the receiving line will be E. Woodrow Wilson, president of thr class and Janis Boyd; Jimmie Witherspoon and date; Evelyn Hunt and Tom Har|>ool; Mrs. La dy Kate Medders, sponsor of the class; Mrs. Mary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 June 1937

Keep Cool in the Recreation Park 3T1jp Camtma Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 3, 1987 Registered For Summer Session At Noon mm I I y' lv\ A I I In ' |ti! lit If ,11 IliMl I i ; t va\ i n Ut<! Ih«'i NCTtS From The cm NI ws l 8. Ml ST KEEP Ol T OK SPANISH DISTI'RB \NCE STRIKE ( HALLENGES W At, NEK I. \HOl< RELATIONS ACT By NORM \N GRISKY Twenty-three years ago, half |crazed student killed an unpopu- > In>• Austrian archduke and touched off the first World War. impover- ishing almost every civilized na !tion iti tin1 world. Monday, while Ithis country paid its respects to lour war lead mid ministers called | for peace, war cloud* gathered on I the horizon once more as Gorman I warships hurled shell* into (he : Spanish Heliport of Alinoria According to (iermany, the "pocket battleship" Deulschland had called at the Balearic Islands for refueling, when, at dusk, a group of Spanish Loyalist bomb- ing plane* flew overhead and at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 June 1937

* THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1937 I i I I The Campus Chat ily during the college year by the a# the North Texan State Teacher* Collar aa mad class mail at the poet eAee ait December K, 1910 Santa Fe Teacher, Summer Student Bookomer In College, Describes Education of Ghosts 23,000 Years Old SUBSCRIPTION R4TES. DELIVERED HY MAIL Oat college year $I.Ot Advertising rate* furnished on application Right to decline any advertisement is reserved Oflce Manual Art# 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBKR OF TEXAS IN TE RCO LLEG I AT K PRESS ASSOCIATION Hi, ho! Life is just a bowl of cherries. and -pe cially in the so-called "good old" summer time. Oh, well. it'* just like I laffed arid told Tom. I sex. "Tom ..." Spanish In New Mexico Walk In Walls' Latest Book Thane of you who of this column won't are wondering wonder long. about the title Editor-in-chief ALONZO JAMISON. JR Editorial Assistant* William Pinker, Frances Hamlett. Lao Bennett, Mary Burt McAfee, Joe Johnson. Bill < hum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 June 1937

THK C AMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 3, 1987 r. Silvay Wad« Miss Burns Helen Hayes To Be Miss Ruth Lorina Evaratt Ardens Entertain In Horn* Ceremony Thursday Dr. .1 K G Silvey, piife-vn ft biology. <ind W— IMiy Mari pui-fi daughter of \11 and M i |' < Hurti>- of Denton, were harried Ttwradiy evening, Maj Ht ihe home of Mr. and Mv«. C. Moor, uncle and iiutit of bride. litt10 Green, Fort Worth. The ceremony wa- performed by kh < Smith, vice president of ■out hern Methodist t'diversity, • here iMith previously were stll lints The couple wjim unattended. Sim! 1 in bride wore u white suit %\ 11 h ;i brown blouse and acces- sories in matching brown and white She wore a corsage «>f brown orchids ■ The wedding wus followed by a Aeccption it) the Moor home ut which Mioses l.ou Burns, sister fit tin ln/ile. anil Nanrj Harris as Justed iii nerving Following the reception the couple left foi Uul- Ikiston on a short wedding trip, fl hey are now at home at 21'l Fill | • ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE I. 1M7 lib MAN CLARK ANNOUNCES HOlfSE RULES Teachers Colloid pi ofessors on leave for lumrwr study will scat- ter to institution* of higher learn - inr from coast to count. a report retailed from the office of Dr W J. McConnell, president of the College, indicated last week. New York City will dra* the majority of the group, a* ten L professors plan to do advanced work in Columbia University New York University. and at New York conservators* of music. Mini. Neva Nelle Phillip.- will teach and study at the Tothan College of Columbia University, and Mian Edith I.ueckc of the home economics department and Mis* Mary Sweet of the English department will study at the same school. They will I* joined at Columbia for the second si* weeks hy Miss Donnie Cotteral of th- physical education staff. Miss Co- ra Stafford of the art department nnd !diss Mary Patchell of the English faculty. Tom Rose and Hilton D. Shep herd. l oth of the department of b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 June 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE S, 1M7 Ic I' •i J'1 Isl, I ]"' lilt. I. j K J II ]\ in I C. of C. Fetes Eagles j With Banquet X. Hi hie Speaks At Marquis Hall Affair flay IS H> LEE HINTON Fifty four North Texa> Teach i Collegr athletes and then lee enaehe- were honor irueM the Denton Junior Chamhei Commerce nil the night >f May I at a banquet in Marquis Hall, (tdereil as a measure of appre tion of the ple:i<li<l work that i- group ha- dene this past year furthering the good name of i local institution in the sport:- jrlfl of America. I/\h a further mark <'f apprecia Km for their individual achieve i nts North Texas' famed Eagle lay quartet composed of Cap in Johnny Stovall, Elmer Hrown, Ivin Chrisman, and Delmer rown. the vaunted Kideout twins, aync and Blaine, and the three i'1'tli Texas mentors, Coshes Jim k Si gridiron head. Charlc C (Choc) Sportsman, track direr ■•r. and Henry <i. (Pete) Shands, ■isketliall coach, were all given ttiecinl award...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 June 1937

PAGC aix THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THt'RSDAY, JUNE 3, IM7 ft' Plans for T. C. Park Program Announced Winn Award Following the ewtom of several summers, tk recreation commit- tee i* opening the Recreation Park thw. iiummrr to m!1 mi rolled Mil dent* of the CoUtfi The paik. located on th«> south jmrt of the Campus, in one of th - most com pic«t«*ly equipped recreational units in the state Volley tall, ping pong. skating, croquet, swimming, miniature irolf, *nd horse-shoe playing are amuse ments every week night Open air picture shows are preaented on Monday and Thursday eve ni'ig* at 8:16 o'clock. Hand con cert* and dancing on the slab will !*■ held Tuesday and Friday eve ninge from 8:30 until 9:80 o'clock, with the College Band playing under the direction of Floyd Gra ham. A college program will !*• given on the stage of the outdoor thea- tre each Tuesday evening from 7:00 until 8:80. Group play for College student* will lie held on Monday*. Wednesday*, Thursday*, and Friday...

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