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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1934

■ TBI CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1 84 w ;'1 PAGE THREE (• Print Shop Open House is Success Tuesday Afternoon Approximately 250 people attended the open house held by the publica- tion* and print ahop Tuesday after- noon from one until five o'clock. The press room* were shown by J. D. Hall, supervisor; the Campus Chat office by Lois Wilkerson, editor, and the Yucca office by Louis Higgin- botham, editor. Eva Joy Talley, edi- tor of the winter issue of the Avesta, served punch. The purpose of the reception was to afford students and teachers of the College, the Demonstration School and people of the town an opportunity to inspect the new printing equipment recently installed there. Among the visitors were girls from the journal- ism department C. I. A. and students from the Demonstration School. Sweet Discusses Chinese Art At Art Club Meeting: Miss Mary C. Sweet was the prin- cipal speaker at the last meeting of the Kappa Alpha Lambda, local art society, when i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1934

i H' i PAGE POUR not CAMPUS CHAT. DBKTOM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FKBRUAHY 22. 1KM to the Lumberjacks Set Eagles to Flight In Game Saturday William- Ik High Point ^PtlMfcr. Smyerh Leads Eat lea The Lumberjacks ram Saturday night with a torj. rutting down 47 Bagte* 24 points. TIm game m mm of the fastest of tlM season At the opening of the ■«—Inn both ployed fast tall and it looked Mr of them might be of winning ovor any hall tarU-d the gams «i by making the first field goal. The flM starter* of both team* looked wall with th« ball continually shifting from team to team without a aeara from either aide. After the fint session got under way tha Jack* took the load aad eon- Untied to hold it. Tha Siscoman wwa playing a steiar gam* of ball hot ware unable to stop the consistent shooting of Williams. At the end of tike half tha Cagles were goto* strong but the Lumberjacks were going stronger with Williams high js>int man, closely followed by Brnyore of the Caglaa. The second half opened with...

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

4 <• S • Ml 1 THE I CHATTER BOX Chrittin* Fitxgeraiu THE CAMPUS VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH I, 1934 NUMBER 19 And so the word "Finis" is written, for soother year, after this game called basketball. It seems, to some, that time has been wasted when boys sacrifice nearly every thin*, simply for a team, but each boy on that team has received his rewards in personal satisfaction. They know they have done their best and that's all that can be expected of any team. Breaks have been against them, but the stu- dent body is proud of them just the same. This old adage, "Winner take all—" is false as far as our team is concerned, because we feel that they have come in for their share of the TAKING, even if it hasn't been all win in score. Play the game aquarely! This Commerce game was a dilly. even if we did come out with the little end of the score. Those boys really played basketball—. And such an enthusiastic audience to play be- fore....

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

PAGE FOUR mKmm IJIIIIL.IJJ IIIJII IIUIPNIIH I f I i * d # b •I to t* I* * of Ni fa. blj let in He Iks 8i FBI PAGE TWO . - - THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAI RSDAY, MARCH 1, \m. The Campus Chat Publish*! by gmnti of tha North Ttui State Tee*here Ciltui, Denton, I Literary N oo Ic PICK UPS Br Kitty's Kafcy-Kisms By Kittia McKay Ctat Ratoratl u Second Class tar at the Postofftee at Otatm, T« iMcmkmt 8. IMS Mail Mat- MEMBER TEXAS [NTERCOU.EGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Ixu* Willwraon Associate Wiiay llouaawright Assistant Kenneth E- Smith Society .. Verne Compere Reporter* Mtiftmili' (iirrimn, Bryant Wll*m, Bernard Helton. Joe GuganKeim. Truett Meredith. Marguerite Herren. Jease Swor, Bill Chambers. Betty Laenrwafl. and Mary *MUs- Business Manager Shelby Phillips Sponsor J 0. Hal! HfF.LK VERSE: HI.-^i is th* man that walket.h not in th .t couum I of lh uriKodly, nor atafldatii in the way of the sinners, nor • rtU-th in thfc s«at of the scornful. Psalm* 1:1 THOUGHT OK THE WEEK To profit f...

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

THE CAMi'lJS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH I, 1 34. PAGE THREE « 'ESSE!* /HJHfcr HAV E F LOOK SI 10W I>ELEG t / /> MEXICAN MimS WILL BE FEATURED AT NEXT SOCIAL AFFAIR A Mexican supper will be fea- tured at the next meeting of the Mary Arden Club on Monday, March 6, at 7 o'clock, in honor of the am member* who were recently initiated. There will be a floor show, song*, dances, etc., and all members of the club are urged to "date each other," one dressing us a "Senor" and the other as a "SenorSta," stated Ann Yerby, chairman of the social com- mittee. The Lodge will represent a Mexican Cafe and the entire affair will lie informal in truly Mexican style. Dr. Ruby C. Smith, and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dannelley, and Miss Vir- ginia Calloway will be guests of honor. The following committees are in charge: Table and Serving commit- tee: Margaret U pshaw, chairman, I/iuise Lowe, Frances Truitt, Gerald- ine Chapman, Opal Klutts, Addie Mil- lican, Winifred Wheeler, Bernice Ma- lone, ...

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

BB THE CAMPUS ('HAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THUH.HDAV. MARCH 1, IM4. I i" '"''V r I m j ,wmmMtojflit ' Medals From BordeiUHympics; I Duane Abbey Breaks *########« # ##«•#•######* All-Conference Team The Eagle's Eye Paul Pearson The fi« track m« ' oach Choejfuurth. heating -wch distance runner- Sportsman took to haredo brought;*# Keagy of A €!. C., Cook of A AM, five medaia bac* to Denton, indicating and For renter of San Marem, the that the boy did their part to wphoki wjintr of this ewe.it in the l n* ,->tai the Collttfe'ii creative. The Imw< j(kmferow* laat year Spectators | national Olympic* drew a strong > declared thai Abbey could hav« run fie id of athlete* from Mexico md a much faster mile if he had been lejuw, and the eight jiointe plied u|< forced to, being far from exhaoated j by the Kagles pUred them ahead of, at the flniah. each achoola aa T. C. (J., the Univer-i The mile relay t<-uir, cori*i«t ing of ity of Monuiey. the Southwest i <mlee Jim- Hum*, Hoy Kf.arr....

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

f * I "The March wind doth blow, And we Khali have mow—14— No we won't either! We shall have a Conference! Haven t you heard? The Fourth Annual Tt arher* Train- ing Conference, and WHAT a Con- ference it promises to be. ... A swell ttme should be had by all. C ~B "Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet," "When It'* Spring Time in the Rock- ( iee," and "Let's Be Schoolday Sweet- hearts Again." All of that lyrical outburst is simply because the sun's shining, and that Certain Something that makes one long to Ik? outdoors has Mrmed to reach even the most lazy of us and proved without a doubt that the Ground Hog didn't know his business when he predicted si* more weeks of cold weather. 'Ray for Spring! C—B "And in the Spring Time, a young man's fancies", seem to lead out C. I, CONFERENCE HERE FR PERFORM ANCE OF DRAMATIC CLUB IS RESOURCEFUL Kentucky Educator PLAY IS SUCCESS MICROPHONE USUI) WHEN LEADING LADY LOSES HER VOICE; PLAY GOES ON The Dramatic Club, in its final ap- pearance before local aud...

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

I :■ PAGE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARf II H, 1M4. The Campus Chat fvfclUlMd by Btod«ou of the North Teiaa 8UW Tiachiri Coil#**, Denton, Te Chat EnUrsd >• Second Class Mat] Met tor at the PutoffKi at Denton, Thw, I. l t« MSMBEK TEXAS WTKROOLLKGIATE ASSOCIATION I Loll Wflkrrmin Wiley Housewright Kenneth E. Smith . ^JL.. _, — Verna Compere Margarvtt* Garrison, Bryant Wilson, Barnard Rattan, J a* Gugenheim, Trwtt Meredith, Marguerite Herren, Jam ttwor, BUI Chambers. I, and Mary Willis. .Shelby Phillips J D. Hall Literary N ooL Ginger Rogers Is Featured In Show Saturday Evening "Th<" Last of Pree Africa" Gordon Mac( ri-agh, <«ntury Company. New York lf'28, Ml w*, *2 00 Same books on travel fnii to remove the reader from hi* <a*y chair; some take him as far aa the front porch; « m« reproduce the thrill* of rabbit hunting two niH from town, but thia book trans- port* he reader into the last independent country ir, Africa, Abyssinia, the country thai the Qu...

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

. 1 " r . « r* THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 8, H34. PAGE THREE Entertainment Planned Honoring I is/ting Speakers MEXICAN DINNER GIVEN FOR MARY ARDEN MEMBERS Dinner-Dance Is Given by Mildred Runneth Tuesday Mexican Dishes Featured To- gether with Floor Show and Skit* Monday night, the Mary Arden Lodge was transformed into a Mex- ican restaurant when the Club en- tertained the new members with a Mexican supper. TiUta were placed about the room to form a semi-circle and were laid with squares of red, white, and green crepe paper. Red, white, and green candles in Coca- Cola bottle holders lighted the room. Mexican rug* and tapestries adorned the walls, and the six flags of Texas draped the mantle. A Mexican Cabal- ero on horseback, woven iri cane af- forded the center piece at thf head of the table. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dannelley and Mia* Virginia Calloway, guests of honor, May Meredith, president, and master of ceremony, and Miss Edith L. Clark, sponttor, sat at the he...

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

if fej Ml '"IIWJMIIgl THE CAMPUS <HAT, UKNTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH *, 1104. Freshmen Win First Place Honors * In Annual intramural ('lass Track ; Meet Monday Afternoon; Score 54'/^ Vale Sociologist Next Meet To Re Varsity-Freshman Tamor row Afternoon COMPETITION EXPECTED Strength of I'pper clansmen to Be Reinforced by Addition of UtUmrn By a half-point margin th<- fresh- men wan first place honor- in the annual intramural riaas track meat Monday afternoon, defeating the jun lore, M.t point* to S4 for the junior*.! Um aiiphomorn, with 42.5 points. came j third, while the seniors' two man team of Woodrow Mullen* and Frank Nichols took the cellar Mil* Relay Junior- Two Mile Run ' <>nfee. ; Segriat,' 8, M<l.*d., V: Hamby. F. IZ.ort r. Javelin W. Mullen* Kiipat rick, J, Footer. F. flavin, §, Ml f« , 6 inches. J.ow Ifur«Ji«- Oliver. F; Ha**, S, Parher. J; Hamby F, 27 1 High Jump Andre*.", *, < ain, F; liavis. 8; and Alien. K 1 iiwh. tied. r, feet. si'kinii SQUADS WIU....

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

r >!i0' I THE CHATTER BOX Chmtins FiUgerald VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 16, 1U34 "Tell me tale* of * Asleep beneath Tell me of liliad the deep pool sun and Proposed Charter for Campus Has Been Completed by Student Faculty Council; To Be Voted on • j ■ISIKK 21 Date and Place Of Voting Not Yet Set A side FACULTY FAVORABLE Provides for Greater Student Participation in the Campus Affairs MAX MONTPR IS COMING BEADER TO AUDITORIUM i\ tentITseason Where chuckling satyrs run" And with a fishing pole, and a book of poema, wouldn't it be perfect? Such weather ia conducive to everything under the aun, but atudy! C—B Did you ever aee ik> many disting utahed looking people on our Campua thia week-end? But the Conference ia over and we will have to fettle down to the same familiar faces, nnd the same lecture system that we have been uaed to but wasn't '.i great fun? C~~B The Arnold Sinter* spent part of the Student-Faculty Council, and the...

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

PAGE TWO , , 1 B THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH It, ISM. HI The Campus Chat 11 i : I : fWiliM br 8twJ«nU of Ih. North State Tmthmra College, DnIm, 8. 191« Literary NooL Kitty's Katy-Kisms By Kittie McKay THE ICNORANCE OF THK WISE . _ A review of "The Armament* Racket," a pam- . ■ * refuse ** m*k'' *nv ™"r,w «iwt phlet published by Morehouse Publishing (!om- "n ***th#r *)B* w,y "r '** other pany, Milwaukee, Wimoarin, written by the K*v-' h***ua* erend P. E. T. Widdrington, an English priest. PICK UPS MXMBKR TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Lois Wiltowon WUey Housewright Kenneth E. Smith Viru Compere I: Mirrtrttu Garrison. Bryant Wilson. Bernard Helton, Joe Gugenheim, Truett Meredith. Marguerite Herren. Jeese Swor, Rill Chambers, M, sod Msry Willis. Shelby Phillips J. D. Hall Busiaeae Manager So THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK : Hie world ia but an opera show We come, look around, and then we go. Richard R. Fielder. BIBLE VERSE: For what shall it profit a man, if he shall...

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

% m THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 15. HM4. I'AGiC THREE :al club has annual banquet PLKDGBS ARE INITIATED; EX-STUDENTS APPEAR ON PROGRAM Approximately thirty people attend- ed the annual banquet and initiation of pledge* of Pi Omega Pi Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the American Cafe. This number included ten pled- ges and several ex-students of the Collop. W. A. Larimer, club sponsor, ex- t nded greetings to the initiates and visitors following the initiatory cere- mony. At this time he read greetings from a number of club members in the field who were unable to attend the banquet. Miss Velma Bracewell, teacher of business administration in the Fort Worth schools, and formerly of the T. C. staff, toid the club of last sum' mer's vocational school in that city, and stated that she was impressed by the desire for improvement in the people who attended. L. A. Walker of the Sherman schools, related his ex- periences in vocational business ad- ministration in Sherman, e...

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

PAGE FOUR 1 THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXA8, THURSDAY MAR' H I I f ft II Course For Rural \margaret ha ys uiui rurntfd! p RETVRN$FROM Scout Leaders To ohio meeting Be Held Here Soon K«prm l*tl*iii ti> Kappa (tolti Pi Were From Ike Four varsity teams are choses for turl c ag em en National Director of Scnutififf in Rural District* to be MMI '„itl To Help County Leader®!, J A training man* for men interested in the development of th# Boy Seoul liroynm for rural baft will b eon* diicM at the Teacher* College on Saturday tad Sunday. March 24th and 28th IV course will be conducted under th* direction of the Denton District at the Port Worth Area Council. Boy Seoul# of America. B. E. Iiooney la district chairman. Th. committee ha* secured O. H. Benson. national director of rural scouting, to *pef*t the entire week her* beginning next Monday. Inatn and A. J. Fulkerson, scout eiecutive, will visit all rural school# in the county during the week in order to tell the boys and men more about...

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

mm ■ f* 1 'iii • < , THE CHATTER BOX Wilbur Adair SOPHOMORE EDITION CAMPUS CHAT Girls. speaking of triangle*, a real one ha* been existing around here for the past few weeks. You prob- ably have never heard of these guys but as it stands, they are. St.ahan vs. O'Neil vs. Gibhs. You had better look out Tillie (Chlotilde or it will de- velop into an octagon and then- there might be an argument. If it's Jake with you, 1 don't suppose it will be all Wright. Sophomore Men you hail better grab the phone and call your favorite girl for a date to go to the Soph All-College dance nest Tuesday before someone beats you to it Let's make this one the best of the whole year, and maybe there will he an Kaster Egg Hunt during the intermission, CATCH? Sophomore By the appearance of things, there seems to be no more freshman spirit than the freshness of a last year's pansy. Some of these birds have even forgotten that they really are still slimes. I believe that this is the dead- est bunch of gree...

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

r * PAGE TWO * j| n^1".,4 •' '''^ 4 * f The Campus Chat I I PoblUh+d by i, m« Lit era 7 lool Kitty's Katy-Ki«ms By KHt.« McKay PICK UPS Waiter Ifernman (ConehMhrt from Last Week) THEY STAND OUT Re *ie Pearl I'jyn Speaking nf people tl TEIA8 PRESS ASSOCIATION ::3; I AitfxiaU Assistant Ute Wllksraon WUey Housawright . Kenneth B. Smith Varna Compare Reporter* MsrgeretU Garriaon, Bryant Wilaon, Bernard Helton. im Uuganhetm. Truett Meredith. Marguerite Herren, Jaaaa Bwar, Bill Chambara, Betty I.aeawell, and Mary WHIia, Busmen* Manager Shelby Phillip. Sponsor 1- D' Hall All the enthusiast!' lover* a# tea Slnee this in the Hophomw action To many American*, perhaps, the Iveague of snij dance turned out to the Soph Chat, well limit our remark* well, every sophomore stand- our Nation* in merely an impossible ideal, an Utopian omr>re affair at the Mary Arden o> sophomore activities — EX' KPT Just being a sophomore on thi« earn- theory never to lie of practical value to the cause I"** PtM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 March 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THL*KDAY, MARCH 22. 1934 "J, III. UN I.LI ■ ■ tl-||HM' PACK THREE mm I KAGHLIRS HAVE OPEN HOUSE AT MEDDERS HOME Affair of New Club is* Attended by & Hundred and Fifty (iue«t* A reception in the form of an Open fount wan held Sunday afternoon by he Kaghlirs, girl* social club, at the nome a/ Kathryn Medders, a memlwr. A receiving line compound of Loyce I*dlow, president of the club, George Medders. receiving host, and preei- dent* of each of the men's social club* greeted the one hundred fifty guest*. Cut flowers ami lilies of the valley decorated the Meddem home. Tea was poured by Laura B. Adams and Kath- ryn Medders. Ixiyce Ledlow, in peak- ing of the affair said, "Thin wan our first attempt to become better ac- quainted with the student body and we were more than pleased with the attendance. Our club in a young one. but a growing one; we hope to become well founded on the campus." ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF AY EST A PRIZE WRITINGS quarterly Will Offer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 March 1934

PAGE FOUR TIIK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THI'RSKAY. MARCII 22. I KM Thinly-Clads Take Fourth In MeHf At Ft. Worth Saturday; Abbey Is <7 Winner In College Division Mile Eagles Will Meet Weatherfonl Team In I're-Season (lame Cain of Freshmen Tien Tulsa Man in Record /fifth Jump TRAM TAKES 14 POINTS flan to Have Dual Meet WWl T. < • I". Monday In Ft. Worth The Eagle's Eye Bry/int Wilson The Eagle track team look fourth plate in the college division in the annual Stork Show truck am) field meet, making a total «f 14 point* The Eagles' old riv ls, the Wild- cut- of A. C. C, walked off with col )lf division of the meet a« hns If**" K*«ir custom for the last few years. scoring <4 point*. Runner* up were the Sen IHarcn* Teacher*, favorite# j Phillip* and frtttrlch, after to <*op the l/«nc Star t'tle, with 22- jfirst two <cl«, faired ; TRINITY V. HOWS ON THURSD 1 Y TO EAGLE NETTERS Win Marvin 1m Five to On* Hut Content* Are Hard-Fought Three-Set Affair* The Kagle Better*, pl...

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

rKtsniviAN Ktuutt COTTON C — COTTON CUSSIN'S By Seed Cotton "The Winter Averts," edited by Eva Joy TaW ley. 47 p. J. D. Hall Publishing Company, North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas. [ "This Winter Avesta is certainly a wow! In fact, it knocks me flat," -aid Tom Kelly, Fresh- man Class President, when Eva Joy Talley hesi- tatingly submitted it fee him for eapot consider- ation. "It is undoubtedly the most sublime cre- ation ever created by a member of this great, vast, august student body. It surely will find its place of abode among the dust and cobwebs as have many former editions," was his predic- tion. This summing-up of the merit of the Winter Avesta is better, perhaps, than we could ever hope to do, but in order to give the geniuses full honor, let us review each article in the order of appearance in the Avesta. so that we may appre- ciate to the fullest extent the delicious flavor of the literary tffc at its highest possible giorv. Louis Higginbotham's frontispie...

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

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