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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 June 1937

(it t Your Student Directory Saturday Campus Chat [d« J tin J -<■ I I I foil ' I • |< ol. ap thi'l H|> th. Illllll I IUI • M|> ■ | of i th. en- fa lll'.ll li.v. 1st', I' said of 193? 1 th* | ca JXI loLUMK XXI NORTH TKXAS STATK TKACHKRS roLLKCiE. DKNTUN, TRXAS. Till KSDAY, JI NK 10. I!>:;7 nnual Teacher - Training Conference Opens At 8:30 This Mornin| th. r ' un< |)h • \< us From The DAV'S MWS I I>•< I l< \( KS HOW N us i \\ k\ mm hs IN JOHNSON SI N I I \ I I'd POI LS PI Ki ll OPINION ON w \<.i: 11oi h i ytts College Orchestra To Mu*t File For Open P.AS.F. Meet B\ NO|{M VS (.HI Sl\ > I Hark in 1#33, when ih<* Blue fc.glc nf the NRA whs set l' i*'' Bmplish great thing . tough <••• > oi il Johnson niwlr pnpulai the Kpres >ion. "crack down") hi ■cant by that thr compulsory en • cement <>f N If A <'ode* l y pro Accrs, or flsc. 1 Last week. the President called 4r another rrnckirig down, this ■me to collect from tax dodders ■n money...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 June 1937

THE CAM PI'S CHAT, DENTON. T K\AS. Till BSHAY. JINK 10. U 37 The Campus Chat during the college yeai by the North T*xu State Tmrhm College, claim mail at the pout office at Taxaa. Dacembei K. lt I6. Bullin' with It • • • SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY One eol'«f« year Advertising rates furnished on application, to decline any advertisement is reserved. V it nun) Arts Telephone 1242 MAIL *1 0« Right 107 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOM EtilATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-chief AL0N80 JAMISON. ,;R. Editorial Assistant*: William Parkei, Francos Hamlett, l<t>n Bennett, Mary Hurt McAfee, Joe Johnson. Bill Chamber*. Mildred Townsend. Mar- ian Gibson, Lois Ann Wilkina, Lois Loft in. Lt -lie Draper, Frank Lowe. Jr., Maxnte Burnett, ami Ruth DeWitt. COLUMNISTS: Bowon Evans. Norman (Jrusky, William Park«r. Ed Bates Smith. Ellis Martin. ILLUSTRATOR: Mary N. Sweet Business Manager SHELTON Mi M ATH Faculty Sponsor .1 l . HAI.L. JK Rural Electrification Denton County farntfolk. ere many months Hu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 June 1937

THE t'AMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THt'KSDAY. JUNE 10, 1M7 M \N( IN(; OVER the Sports World with RED MARTIN BNorth Tm Ineligible Berkeley Track Meet Sport Scripturi By Joe Johnston A li o u I the NchmcliilK Loims H ;nl(l<>rk tlinnulr Hiellc !>•'• Mux hitched tip h in pants unc uitrht last summer and sailed f'liih I" rurht hand the Lou in Kubblc into temporary oblivion. I'an and experts, incltiduig Madison Square (iardcu and Mike .laoilis nf thi iiOth Century f'lub, immcdiotoly accepted Max as miml'i i one challenger f« r .l«-i soy Jim' heavy crown, and Mike urned Him champ to make his first title defense uicuinst Schinelinn on June 3rd. Biaddock thought thinit' over, \ ia Ins manager, and decided to vrn the Louis route ill Illinois on June 23rd, lieeuum* of the "more money and easici opponent" pros peel, leaving Hitler's pride and ,io.\ to hnld the littK* Si.*hitiflitijf carried out his con t ract tn I lie last word, at a net ■ •.si of five trips across the At luntie and trai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 June 1937

THh 1'AMPt'S CHAT l I SH>N. TK\\> THI KSDAY. Jl'NK 1«. 19H7 Dr. —4 Mr*. W. J. McConn.ll LIGHT BRIGADE' u u;, e.ff ^ j IS RECREATION ^ 7 PARK OFFERING Lois Henderson Engaged to J. H. Drake; To If ed June 20 Honoring visiting *l*ff niemlier of the Collrjr«*. Prtmdfiil and Mi* W. J. Mft'onnrll entertained M«n day evening with thin annual summer reception for the faculty. The reception was held nn the lawn of thr President'* home. In the receiving lint wen1 th<* administrative s.taff and head of depart menu; Senator ami Mr* K A Stuart of Fort Worth; Mr and Mr* A H Kuhanks of McKmney, and the following visiting faculty meml«ers Or ami Mr* K P < hea turn, Dr and Mrs. .1. L < arrieo. and Mr* T. F Smith. Dr Paul G. Silas. Dr. and Mr- Nobb H Armstrong, I*r. and Mr*. F. H Fix ley, Dr Joseph Jones, Mr M N Posey, Mr* l<eoa N" William* Dr and Mr>. Arthur R Coston Dr. .1 L. Glanville. Dr Alice By der. Mis> Clara Dodson, Mr and Mrs P T McHenry. Dr and Mr* O II Hamilton. Mr ...

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

Write Something For the .4 vesta ®ht Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1987 mcits TSeventh AnnualI* IS i o~ m w* Traces Modem Trends rhxent REVIEWS " Endorsed lid \K I ( NRTKR SAYS CRI SIIHM 'INTEL- I ■:« I I \l J.N DISHONEST' t OMI'ROMISI ON SI CNEME • (>l IM | |. \N IS ORDER OF l V\ ll NORM NN (.!<I SK N NVe hail a good case of righteous indignation when we first thought about pounding "Ut this weekly tint. NVe objected to a certain tatemcnt a radio commentator made which passed under the head- ing of news, and we wanted to sound off about it. Hut the place for editorials is >>ii the editorial page we'r<* sup- posed to get the fact from the news. So here goes Two-thirds of the steel industry, including "Big Sttfl" (U. S Steel called Big Steel on financial page - • has agreed to cooperate in securing industrial justice and has • iimed contract with John L. Lewis's i 1 0. to regulate wages, hours of labor. Howev...

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

WKmm PAOI TWO THE CAMPUS ( HAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FKil AY. JINK 18. IW37 EWBfifci ! LM{ The Campus Chat Published wwkIv during the college year by the student* at the North Texas State Teacher* Collage. Entered m second clan* mail at the |x> t office at ltonton, Texas. December 8. 1WHV Credit Union Movement Shows Phenomenal Three-Year Growth SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED RY MAIL ()n milage year 11 'Mi Advertising rates furnished « ri application Kight to decline any advertisement in reserved. office Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OE TEXAS INTERCOl I.FGl ATK PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-chief ALON/.O JAMISON, JR Editorial Assistants: William Parker, Frances Hamlett. Leo Bennett, Mary Hurt McAfee, Joe Johnson, Bill Chambers, Mildred Townsend, Mar tan Gibson, Lois Ann Wilkins, Lois Loftin, Leslie Draper, Frank Lowe, Jr.. Maxine Burnett. Ruth DeWitt, Noble Wright. I'aultni Crittenden, and Glen Taylor. COLUMNISTS: Bowen Evans. Norman Grusky, William ''arkei. Ed Bates Smith, Kill* M...

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

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNK 18, 1937 Eagles'Track Wins During INTRA-MtlRALS 1936-37 Season Are Listed FOR MEMBERS OF W. A. A. BEGIN They Run Tomorrow m\ m ... <,I\N<IN(. OVER the Sports World with aKD MARTIN Mure dope on Braddock ami Lou Ik : Both men will parry into the ring minds and bodies expertly cared for l y two of modern rmu fare's most fully accredited tight technicians, Mike Jacobs of the Louis camp and Joe (jould, Brad- dock representative. Louis lias lost hut <>nc truly big tight, while Hraddock lout 22 in the years covering the 1981- I S 84 period. Louis has the edge in youth, while Brnddock has a big advan- tage in leather pushing experience. Both are slow on foot. The negro'* most dangerous weapon is a left, while the champ's is a right. Braddock will weigh in at about 196 while Louis will scale clone to 200. Two dollars risked on Braddock at the moment will return you seven, with the odds due to be even money at ring-side. The hunch is st...

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

I AUK KOI'K THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DKKTON, I'KXAS. FRIDAY, JI NK IK. 1U37 ■■ 'am mm ■ J. B. Drake to Grate Handles ... Model Wedding Is Wad Miss Lois Heads C. L. C. a"rf tf««r speaker Filmed Wednesday Han darson 1a>i* Henderson, sprinir srad watt* of the Collejte. will he nutt rled to .1 B Pink. of iH-ntun •t 7 :.*!(' o'clock .Sunday evening, tune 20. nt her home in lk*nfoi. K«\ Wis ley Hilt", piistoi of the Firnt Methodist Church, will read h<* service. The ■•"'.ink' will I* united in m*tf rmmt*' •" 'hi iiwwnri' of their fam- ilies «n<l intimate friend* The wedding muaic will Im |iiayed l>\ Mm> Emma Kuth I.indsey at tin piano and Floyd (irahHtn on lh< violin Miss Mendel son will wear a nav\ Mue onsemhli with glows and hni of burnt istrnv \ It or the cere mony and the reception following, the couple will U*hw immediately for point# in South Texas. On their return, they will make their home in l>enton. Mis* Hender->)n is the daui:ht. of Mr. and Mrs .1 H Henderson o...

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

Write Something For the A vesta (Eljr Campus Chat Write muma VOLUMK XXI NORTH TKXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 25, 1937 Nunm st North Texas Kappa Museum Pieces New Texas Who's Who 508 Enrolled Gamma Meeting to Usts 12 TC n ^ ^ IFiesta Exhibit ' Be On I.C. Campus Twelve members of the faculty, the wife of one member of the staff, and a candidate for the mas- A number of museum pieces from ,er's at ,l"' Co,U'«t' at "um* the State Historical Collection, m r "'"v.K-ution exere.ses are among them an enormous pair of arnon* ,h"' notabk' r**anB whoBV The Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Texas longhorns, measuring 8 feet i • IKS From The IDU'S \i WS in,HUM; HII< 1: \\| \BKO\D is order ok run week BurnsII KING CAN \( ( (IMMI)I) \TK HIH I II- TO HI SINKSS It> NORM \ N (.1(1 SK V On squinting over th - news of the week, most of the big stories st em to cover fights of one kind or anoihei' Labor vs. Capital in the I!. S, Fascist vs. Republican in Spam, and Braddock vs....

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

TIIF CAMI'CS CHAT, PFNTON. '1'FXAS, Fill PAY, JUNK 26. H>87 The (Campus Chat Published wlili during ihi ntlkfv ytw by (he •t wibnia of the Ninth Teia* Mali TwImw i'« lloir* iiI.i.mI n- Mtniid claai in hi I nl the (Mai nltlre it I IVtli, IhN'iwWt H. IVIt Bullin' with Bo • • • HI'Hsi MICTION XA I I N. Ml I IV IMP HA MAII Owe cnllogn yeai •• ,k ' Advertunit* rate* fiirtimhed on appliiHiitoi Right in itfrliNi any Mdvt't l rvwu vnl ( iftb t Manual Ail« III. Telephone ISJIiJ Ml Mill K « l I I V \S l\ I I 10 Ol I I CI 4 I I ria ss annoci ation \l ON/O J AMISON. .in I I' SI II PI* v •• ■ K MAKIAN UlllSiiN lllll (HAM HI KS ,li l JOHNSTON ,l> i i \ Hoirli, Mit i nu- !• ■ 111<• t ih Htta'f 4 «'SlHl. I' tllltll Siti'lt'lt I- lllll'l S|milt I ditto Asr-iM *n( S|imi In I' iltli'i KM'i'Kll liS 1 .si It. Mti. it Huin« ii Hill i htnihi it, I'liiiliiu i i lUi iiili ii limit ivWiii. linn.< lUmMi. I,.« •■ I .illin. h i ink 1 .■«. ,11 \ Mm' Mi Alt'. (.let failot. M t ili.nl I * i. • n.i 1 . ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE *6, 1087 * ma * I ? Delmer Brown Out-Runs Nation's Best at Princeton Here's Rest of List of Eagles' Track Victories SportScripture By Bill Chambors GLANCING OVER the Sports World with RED M ARTIN From the twilight land of the forgotten man, through hunger, rank poverty, and ridicule, Jimmy Hraddock hied himself to sports- dom's mythical throne, to the spot where FiUsimmons, Dempsey, and Tunney had stoo'! to the heavy- weight championship of the world. Timt' beckoned, and Jimmy Hrad- dock (rave way to youth and punch- ing power, to lie, at the end of eight round* of fighting in which lie wave Ins all, battered and worn in the rosin where a Negro's feet hail shuffled. Hack again into the twilight land he .slipped to re- main this time hut to carry with him a light that will forever cen- ter about the shoulders that uni- fied racial opinion; raw courage f the kind that Jimmy Braddock possessed is not noon forgot, jn. Henry fl. Shands, tennis...

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

THE CAM PI'S CHAT, DKNTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JUNK 19S7 Or. CymMiT Ir®® ijBmnlvI IfvoWvlII Of Marqafe Hall Have Formal Dance C.L.C. German and Arden C. L C. Initiates Formal on Dance Calendar ^ Members In Program This Week Lois Htn^erien anJ J. B. Drake WW Sunday Evening In Clothing Class Norwegian customs, (irons, and scenery were discussed in the class m Clothing Design Tuesday by Miss Hannah Hoff, junior student in the College, Mis* Hoff, who live* at Clifton, Texas*, and whose grandparent* fame to America from Norway, won- the Norwegian national coat u me—-a full black woolen skirt, long-sleeved white blouse. velvet jacket and cap. white apron, bonded girdle, and silver broach. She explained that this costume is now worn only on holidays and other special occasions, that the apron represents the district or state of the wearer, and that the headed girdle is representative of certain fundings. Miss Hoff illustrated her talk with slides showing Norwegian building*, scenery, dress, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1937

Use the Browing Room Daily % |a Campus Cljat Vm tht VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1987 ■HHP Avesta Stiff For Suner Is Completed \n</tist 1st Is Dead- line For All Copy, Editor Says. Th«' staff for th«- summer issue nf The Avesta, ('ollexi' literary quarterly, will include Frances llumleti, associate editor; Joe T<>m Mendor, art editor; and William Maye photography editor, it was announced yesterday by the sum mer editor, Norman Grusky. The staff will act as a board to go over contributions and to de- sign the format in older to pro duce a unified background for the College's literary talent. The aim will lie to present light summer fare as prepared by the College's budding authors. August 1 has been set as the deadline for material, while con- tributions handed in earlier are preferred. The earlier manu scripts are submitted, the more time will bf available for the art tuff to plan the magazine. The publication date has been t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 2, U>37 The Campus Chat Published weakly during the college year by the •LadenU of the North Texas State Teacher* College Kntarad aa aseond elaaa mail at the poet office at Denton, Texas, December t, 1916. Bullin' with Bo... SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL One collate year $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement ii reserved. Office Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-chief ALONZO JAMISON, JR Associate Editor LESLIE DRAPER Society Editor MARIAN GIBSON Sport.- Editor BILL CHAMBERS Assistant Sport* Editor JOE JOHNSTON REPORTERS: Leo Bennett, Jerry Boren, Maxine Burnett. Bill Chamber*. Pauline Crittenden, Ruth DeWitt, France* Hamlett, I oi* Loftin. Frank Lowe, Jr., Mary Burt McAfee, Glen Taylor, Mil- dred Townaend, Lois Ann WiUims, and Noble Wright. COLUMNISTS: Bowen Evans, Norman Gru*ky. William Parker, Ed Bates Smith, and Ellis Mar- ...

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

TH* CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY t, 1M7 Runts and Softies Win Tilts, r Opening Second Half Softball Competition in Intra-mrak VoodooH Are Victorh Over H House Wednesday, and Hosque County Team Defeats Hot Shots Sport Scripture By Bill Chumbors I r • •« I'iif Runts, often down-trodden luring the first hulf of the intra- t, ,inil ofthall race, Tuesday nitrht. '11 m ' 11'1 * I t hi- second half competition I v winning a hard-fought 2-1 rutlit inning battle from the fa .,| Vool)oo«. In th« other game I u. iny night the rapidly improv- • k Siftics, after having been held , rele-s feir f> innings, went on a i.tnipage I" down the II House II to I. sensational pitching by Killian iMiri'il tiie VooDoos' victory on U. lin day night over the 11 ji , The speed-hall hurler for Fred Wright's team did not give )iit until the last inning, when |v weakened and allowed five i •' dependable 11 Houae pitch- er, whs handicapped because the t .Mi' was played with an out- in lull Hosque Cou...

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

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON. TKXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1987 Local Chapter Hostess To Regional Meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma The I<>ta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, professional society for women teachers, was hostess for the regional m«-etinp of th% organisation Monday evening at a irarden party at the home of Mm Edioil L. Clatk Approximately a hundred truest* attended, including member* from chapters in neigh* boring town* and visiting student* and teacher* in the local chapter. The guests were received by Mis* Myrtle Brown, president of the Iota Chapter; Mis* Eula I-ee Car- ter, state president; and Mr*. Mat- tie Lloyd W.<oten. former president of the Iota Chapter. Mm* Carter made an inspiring and instructive talk to the group concerning the value* to be derived from regional meeting*. She spoke of the growth of the organization and the work that can be accom- plished by a professional group banded together in a common pur- pose. The garden was decorated with Japanese lantern*. R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1937

Attend Senior Meeting Wednesday ®bt Campus Chat VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1937 NOTES PRINCETON CONFERS honorary decree ON \ \N ZKEl.ANI) Saturday Showing "Grand Old Man " of The College Dr. W. H. Has Spent 61 Years As Educator Here July 21*8 . A^Mws Qf Xentinela" Is Dedicated to T. C. fi>r vvii.i, try to save tidy little si m this session Hy NORMAN OR I SKY Somewhere in the Pacific, south and cast of the tiny Howland Is- lamls, in the vicinity of tin- Equa- tor, aviators of Navy and Coast Guard vc* lis arc searching for (tonic due leading to the finding of Amelia Karhart, U. S. No. 1 woman Itycr, and Frederick J. Noo- nan, her navigator. Radio signals on carrier waves, giving no definite message, have been picked up by amateurs in various cities. These short-wave "hams" have received signals which l i|/ stations, much nearer the spot of the crash, failed to hear due to the tendency for short waves to skip. Many -mall reefs and c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 9, IM7 By The Campus Chat during the college jfwr by the of the North Texas State Teachers College. ■Mil at the post office at g. 1916. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL Oat college year ...... 11.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement ia reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor Society Editor Sport* Editor Assistant Sports Editor ALONZO JAMISON, JR LESLIE DRAPER FRANK LOWE. JR MARIAN GIBSON BILL CHAMBERS JOE JOHNSTON REPORTERS: I^eo Bennett. Jerry Boren, Maxine Burnett. Bill Chambers, Pauline Crittenden, Ruth DeWitt, France* Hamlett, Lois Loftin, Frank Lowe, Jr., Mary Burt McAfee, Glen Taylor, Mil- dred Townsend. Lois Ann VVilkins, and Noble Wright. COLUMNISTS: Bowen Evans. Norman Grusky. William Parker, Ed Bates Smith, and Ellis Mar- tin. Illustrator MARY N. SWEET Business Manager SHEL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY , 1M7 For Your Infonution-Here's Smmary of Eagle GrkMers' 1936Season; College Won Lone Star Crown For Fourth Tne in 6 Yean SportScripture By Bill Chambers Rnnts Down KY JOK JOHNSTON For the reader* of The Chat, who, because theyc were not in school found it difficult to keep up with the Eagle gridders last fall, we summarise here the ici'id bin tor y of North Texan State Teacher* Collage for the 1086 rea- son. # It wa a good season from which the Green and White emerged again as the Lone Star Conference champ*. So here i* the record. You may want to clip it and insert it in your 1937 Yucca. SEPTEMBER 10 Fifty-two men report for fall training. Exactly 10 day* after thi* they iiad their first gun.e. Fourteen lettermen headed thi* list of hus- kies who were aspiring to pigskin fame. 4 It wa fiiurul that approximate- ly five men were available for each position, thus making the compe- tition stiffer than it had l>eeti in former Eagle camp*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1937

i aoc rout THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 9. 1987 Psi Kappa Formal Tm Monday Evoning Truman Nance To Initiates Fo«r Pledges Tuesday Tops Mary Ardon Calendar Head Committee on Senior Week Four pledge* became members of Delta P«i Kappa last Tuesday evening at S o'clock in the Har- rips Gymnasium in initiation exercises. Sally Roberts, on th<> physical ••duration faculty for this Hum- mer, Beulnh Modisette. Dorothy Adkitts. and Maurice Rector were the students becoming member* in a ceremony with 1 .<>ln Smith, pre- ident of Delta Psi Kappa. presid- ing. Following the initiation, the member* o^ the organization went to the home of Miss Beulnh Hat- rid for refreshment*!. Other officials of the national honorary society for majors and minors in physical education on the Campus include Catherine I-oveil, vice-president; Doris Mar- tin, chaplain; Mary Ruth Cook, secretary-treasurer; Jewell Davi- ■ iin. corcspnnding secretary; Louise Hounsel. recording secretary; Gl...

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