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

■ ■ THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 6. I'.KW PAGE THREE jk<§ NOTICE! ALL IN THIS COLUMN SIPPOKKD TO HE TRUE Inviution# have been received by the student body, members of the farulty, interested parent*, and towns- people to attend the Open House of the Education Laboratory. Home Ec- | onomics Nursery School, and Home ! Management House of the College from one o'clock until eight. Thursday afternoon and evening. At seven-thirty there will be held a special assembly in the Education laboratory Building. Room 201, at which tin e Dr. J. C. Matthews will talk to the parents of children of nursery school age on the subject. "The Job of Being a Dad." It is under- stood that parents who have child-1 ren of this age who are not in the j College Nursery School are also in- vited to hear this talk. Beauty Winner M ho's Afraid Of The Hit Had Wolf When It's Springtime in the Rockies Margaret Patton, petite bru- nette beauty, dancer and model from Dalian who entered school — he...

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

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, II—IIMi. TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1834 I I Strojans Disrupt After Charges of Foul Play Brought ojajK, local temporarily disbanded yrsterday evening after * fplnM disruption caused by the discovery «f a pair of •>u*piciou*Iy feminine garu-r* in Prexy Wi pOCMRk "n«ry toe chargc <if fowl play •trair-t him by the ftanaaiatiM Com- mittee headed l y Skinnetb S*hmidtt. "If* tham there Omm," Hoary insisted. "Them Gmri ia trying to drap a wranch is our machinery Tbair jealous." "I know a Goesar and be don't wear Milk garters," objected Hch- "It's a lia. Youae ia riving a' gma' out with "I ain't, tool I ain't. toot" screamed Snory, and almost fall on his kr.eea in bia . nrnaatnaaa to make thing? right in the gtro>aa ramp "!t' 4a Gaaiera, 1 toll youae." "Mophrad" Krsytum and Neroy Stoop took aMaa with Snory; Hp-it*, the two Snort*, Oatmeal, and Laol Pong ijwi t*d that Hrhmidts* rharg- aa were true. The other member* of the bar be lor'* club ware away flatt-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1934

p vi„ THE CHATTER BOX By Jake Stratum Junior The all-college five hatided bridge game in billed for next week accord- — — inir to John "Ellwood" "Little Man1 VOLUME XVIII "Stuffy" Ashley. The time, place ami setting ha* not l*>en announced, but "Little Man" stated that won't J TIL1 \ U I'DTA\ run from a five (5) to h ten (10) tfl/U IiL.tll Ul Ivfli The last roundup of this type cmm to a iisasterous end when "Daddy" Grouse newed up the game with a ( air of deuce and a broom, Girls if you don't understand thin lingo asl. some of your |«>ker faceil boy friends. NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS GOLLRGK. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 12. 1084 NUMBER 24 Junior Officers CLOSE I.ECTIHK MONDAY NIGHT KNOWS ORIENT SHOW DOWN It E T W E E N JAI'AN A N D EASTERN COUNTRIES ON PACIFIC IS SEEN Girls if you are interested in learn ing the "Car1 oca" see Weldon "Kid" Wright. How do you like hi* pugilis- tic feature-, since he has cut off his curly locks A. t« his rates, I am sure they are icasonaWe, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1934

The Campus Chat ot tha North Collage. DiiIm, T«m Cimp-M Chat Entered as Second Claaa Mail Mat tar at Um Poatoffka at IMon, Tim, Uwibir I, ltl« MEMBER TEXAS WWCCIllWIAfl I'fliSKS ASSOCIATION Editor !<««■ Wilkerson Associate wil«y Housewrtght Awiunt Kenneth K Smith Society Vefna Compere Reporters Margarette liarrmon, Bryant Wilson. Bernard Helton. Joe ©wganheim. Truett Meredith. Marguerite Herren, Jesse S*«r, Bill Chambers, Betty Laceweli, and Mary Willi* Business Manager Hhelby Phillips sponsor J " Town Cat* ht TOWN I ATS Zhenya and Jan «.a> bring to the cader ibe eiidie** and surprising varied drama of «Taking each type of fhi- house- hold jm'I. *>> common to most of us we are a little blind to him, Zhenya pres«f ts lithographs ,ind .Ian ' lay brief description* of th«ir meager or, a- th< ca-«* may he, luxurious living From th« pamjn red Fer*ian to the ^ uffwl arid har- ried alley cat the jwoccaaion extend-. leaving uyi th<* last page with the di-turbing 'bought th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON, TEXAS, Tlll'RSDAY, APRIL 12. m4 PAGK THREE J I DECOR ATIONS FOR ! DANfK ARK IMQIK ATTKMIANC K AT AFFAIR IS LAItt.K; l-'KOSH SPONSOR Literally thousand of fi^h were the sole dwiritimi at the freshman rll-college dance Saturday night, which was attended hy one of the largest crowd* of this semester. In the receiving line were Miss Kdith I.. Clark, Mr*. J. I.. Kings- bury. Doris Newsom and Tom Kelly. Music was furnished by Floyd (Ira- ham and bin orchestra, who intro- duced an innovation in the form of a John Paul Jones* immediately follow- ing the intermission. Many indisputable *ign* of spring were in evidence in the li|{ht and the colorful costumen of the dancer*. The gymnasium wan illuminated by four light* which were overhung with colorful fifth. Large and small fish were pasted on the walls, hung from the ceiling and caught in two nets .~tretched to the entrance. BUSINESS OF SENIOR CLASS IS DISCUSSR I) Business matter* concerning the < lass were discus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 April 1934

PACE FOUR Tl IK CAMPCS I."HAT, DENTOM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL I*, IM4 1 J LITERARY AND ATHLETIC THIRD REGION LEAGUE MEET TO BE HELD HERE SKVKN FACULTY MEMBERS NAMED DIRECTORATES TRACKSTERSTO INVADE HORN HI) FROGS THURSDA Y By Bryant Wilson £'Vfl£'W£' I? It'It 1 TJl' track meet with I ' /V.l/ * / < /> I Fj Horned Frog* wili probably _ _ lm s a Mlk away for Coach "( tux-" Hp«rt* ( O.V'IKSTS VIII.I. KLIMIN A I fc , hagi * in 'he dual meet- to FOB STATE MEETS IN morrow The score last time w*- *" AUSTIN ON MAY 1 TO 5 SI1 and with Sparr ba< k in the 'running" we should win with even greater case than before. Abbey - tie* r«ord for the mil** should spur him fin to the four minute mile that all mil«>r* dream of but none ace ornpltsh lob ba« gradually I"*" improving ami rinw Uanse* thr «hot tl f * *t with a U'w .riche added for If*i'><l /oca * or* unfortunately. with thi* em «*phon, we have no prominent field mcfi on th- l.sgle team, however, w<- more than make up for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1934

m <6 THE CHATTER BOX Chriatine Fitzgerald HMMf 1L "To him k<h ttt the hi t of naturr j hold* Communion with her e a- iblr form*, She ipenki A variout hnguag0~" So is it not fitting that the tulip* in the bed back of the Adminiatra- tion Building should droop their head* to speak their sorrow on Mon- day morning? Everyone, the students, the faculty, the townspeople and the educators of Texas, realise the gap that Dr. Mar- quis has left, and the inability of any- one to fill it in the same kind, genial, friendly, and sufficient way that was his. He had something in com- mon with everyone and everything. The first robin in the spring was anxious to make his presence known, and he was as sure of a welcome as was the first student in the fall, or one of the yard men or janitors just returned from a vacation, lie showed favors and partiality to every one alike. It was his bigness in little things that helped make him so out- standing, and the whimsical truisms that he was ever sayin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1934

I f Wk iS K H The Campus Chat Campus Chat Enta red as flasoad Class Mail Mat tar at Um Po Saffit* at Daataa. Tssaa. I tec ember 1, l l« MKMBKR TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRE! IS ASSOCIATION Thf Death of i Hurruiwr The Death of a Buccaneer is a collection of colorful varan* ibrrnt the aas: the title poem of which depict* the passing of Juan Ijifitte, widely known as "The Pirate of the <«ulf." Stanley K Rahh. for many ypar* a iournali*t and reporter on th«- "OaUeaton Trftwn" and the "Galveston New*," w a suitable chronicler" for the adventure* of this old pirate fJMnbif with his j« rt-nti« from Kngland when he wa* I quite small, he ha* made hi* home in Galveston since that time In his two |wm "Portrait of a Pirate" and "Th - lK>ath of a Ruwaneer." the author ha* painted an excellent pk ture of thi * old smuggler and privateer who spent hi* la*t day* in poverty and lonelines*. "He «a« a grissled weather-beaten man, Swarthy and gaunt, with long grey matted hair. An old near slanting ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. I1RNTON, TEXAS. Tlll'RSDAY, APRIL lt>. 11*34 PACK THREE f # Engrlish Teachers Represent T. C. At Conference Dr. Ray Caaba Stoker, director of the English Department, and L r. F. M. Darnall, prnl—inr of English, rep- resented the College at the conference of Engli*h teacher* of senior ami jun lor colleges of Texas, which met at the University of Texas in Austin on Friday and Saturday. Committee reports on the status of freshman English, on the use of ob- jective te*ts for first-year English students, on functional versus format grammar were given. The session of the opening night was devoted to freshman courses. On Saturday morn- ing a discussion based on the report of the committee investigating the COLLEGE RANKS FIRST IN 1928 BOSTON SURVEY t'ourage. Vision, and loyally Main Factors of Extimale President Kelieved One of the high spots of Dr. Mat MUia'a career came in 1U2H. when t> meeting of the American Association of Teachers Colleges in Boston on February 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1934

THK CAWVH CHAT, DKNTON, TKX AS. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1934 ■■ lis I I ml m f ! : I I 1 K W' Eagle Ti llIT— is in Good Shigl 1 for Kansas Relays dr. makquis' inauguration program given New President Installed Kleven Year- Ago II* fore fireal — Throng of People Th* Ka#l« track team it trying it* wing* for the loagest flight it Before a throng whwh filM the ha* made yet. the Kan*a Relay*, Auditorium. I( I. Marqui* wa* inaug this week, Monday. on muddy urated a* president of the North track the Kifln mail*- th« distance "fe*a* Html* Tear hers. Collet* on Sun of the medley in 10:97.8 which i* day night. May 24, \wii> IIthen out only 4JI Mc«mb below the record for fined the purpose of thi* college in the two and one half mile run. to.3." , training teacher*. pledged to the state *«t by Pittsburgh Kansas Teacher* Use assurance that all who (to from Callage. The medley con*i*t of a (thi* institution prepared to t*aeh 140-yard dash. the half mile run, depart with the admlm-traior- belief th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1934

I mmm Mil# * THE CHATTER BOX J. EDWARD PARISH The Houatonian, HunUville HAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, AI'UIL 2t>, t 4 Worthy of any college's notice ia this earnest band of student* at 8. M. U. who have dedicated their live# for the time being at least—to re- viving the lout art of playing marble*. Without u doubt there will be a cor- cuponding revival on the part of the fickler sex of the old, old game of jack*. O joy! A deluge of verdant newspapers v hich ha* l een flooding the office of late indicates that April is an edit- orial jubilee. Some opine that the characteristic freshman edition works on the plan that anything revolution- ary is good. Others accuse the regu- lar editors of saying what they've l>een wanting to say all year, and get- ting by with it by blaming it on the Fish. The undue excavation of-gone and forgotten ties and the careless wear- ing of socks on week days the last term has its justification. You sec th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1934

WMiwwiiWP" Ttm 1 AMI'I'M CHAT, DKNTOM, TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL , I9S4 1BS-S= " ! r'.f' Mm Campus Chat Published by Ifili of the North State Teachers College. Deatoa, Literary NooL By ffYMAN V TEAGUE Mc Hurry War Whoop, Abibne PICK UPS JOE WOOHI.KY The East Tesan, CommMte TMEY STAND OUT Camp-is Chat Entered u teritliw PsHrfM at Denton. T iw, December |. 1014 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION olam **" **" tender is the Every Uis Wilkersoo Associate Wiley Housewright Assistant Kenneth E. Smith Society Verne Compere Reporters: Margarette Garrison, Bryant Wilson, Bernard Helton, J'* Gugenheim Truett Meredith. Marguerite Herren, Jesse Swor, Bill Chambers, Betty bacewell, an<l Mary Willis {Justness Manager Shelby Phillip* sponsor J !>■ Hall illege In the U.n« Star Con- ference • well ax most higher «lu ! rational rutaw of the world have stblete* who art- unusual h cocky and can i v«f up to their seemingly * W promise*. At North Tesa* at one time there lived the mighty Te*l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1934

THK CAMPUS CHAT, HEN TON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2fl. 1934 PACK THREE • t Cotteral Talks At Convention Mies Dannie Cotteral uf tht« phy- steal education department. returned' l t night from the convention of the , American Physical Education A mo | fiat ion in Cleveland. Ohio. While there Mis* Cotteral served on a panel to discuss a physical ed- ucation curriculum for elementary schools, and as chairman of the com- mittee on the National Girl*' Basket- ball, mart* a report before the con- vention concerning the work during the pant year by the committee. Dramatic Sponsor English Majors Will Make Refund The box office will l e open on Tues- day afternoon, May I, to refund money on ticket* to the Cornelia Skinner program scheduled to have lieen given here Monday, April 1«. Those who still have tickets will present them at this time, and whatever funds remain will be forfeited to the English Majors Club. TROJANS PLAN DINNER-DANCE HERE MAY 5TH Orchestra Leader Mrs. Myrtle Hardy has dire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1934

PAtiK FOUR 'AMPUS CHAT. I WAY, m* DENISON THINLY CLADS TAKE HIGH HONORS AT REGIONAL MEET SAT. Distance Medley Netters Play At 'EAGLESCONQUER (lets Second I'lace : Commerce Friday AT HI YFSVlIJi' at Kansas Itelavs ml Mm SECOND PLACE FOR AIEY IS Til I HO TAKEDFhsiON piiili.ips and ihtthmh IOKM WINNING TEAM Pittsburgh Teachers S*t New Record on Saturday ith | tbn ICmk S*-« Metier* go U> tea t'i y * return m* e' Friday. The Eaghn hav* been playing excellent t' t.nx with u victory over the Ktex Lion* and the A. A I. Javelin** rub* The Lag).* truck Ww, pushing ring "Ut a defeat at 'he hand* « f 'hi- P>tt«burg (Kan a« Teachers f t i Austin College Kangaroo* aad there l<tp Ui it new record of Hi minutr- i# fittl# ifamkt about tb>* "uItoibc of ami #2,2 -a-iornl* unm *.-d second 'm meets. either a' Tor rel! where' )>{««' « the Ksimtie Relay* at I.aw the Lagle* play Wedn« flay, or at the ifiirc, Kan-as, Saturday. The Kag' TRIANGLE MKIT TAKE HO POINTS STILL TIRKD FROM K ANSAS REL...

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

1 1 THE CHATTKR BOX LOIIS III'.I.IMH l iu \M Senior Edition After coveting thi column for two year*, and envy in* even the own- -for-a-week. now that we actually it for one whole issue we don't know what to do with it. Another example of "When you Ret what you want, yoa don't want it" in making itself noticed on the cam- pus. Now that senior week is an ac- tuality, instead of a potentiality or a mere possibility, and graduation, af- ter four years of grind, looms up so near ahead, the aspect lose* moat of the glamour that we have always associated with it. Not that we mean to be sobhingly sentimental -that should I* beneath the dignity of even the most lowly of the freshmen -but the idea of summer vacation, minus the thought of returning in the fall, is not what we thought it would be. Since all the other class editions have carried lists of outstanding stu- dents take a look at just a few of the outstanding seniors: Helen John- son, Alton Tunnell, Flo Williams, Albert Wins, Kva Joy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1934

ISSSS ill 1 If TMK CAMPUS rHAT, BBKTON. TKXA8, THURSDAY. MAY I, 19*4 ft-I The Campus iDhat \ Literary NooL larval Cushing's The Life of Sir Will™ MKMBKR TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PEESS ASSOCIATION IjoI* W ilk* non Wil«y Hausewrigbt Kenneth E. Smith Verne (Mtf During our rtscent library exhibit and cele- bration of the fifty thousandth volume the *ur- priaing r>o| ularity of Cu*hing's "The Life of Sir William Onler" attractad the attention at several book lover*. To those displaying and collecting the ttttoks before the exhibit at leant three table* I appeared to be the natural and proper place to lay thin handsome Oxford publication. The science table won over the table of biography and the table of modern books charmingly writ- II ten. principally because Osier's work ma#> that of a professor of medicine, a practicing physi- PICK UPS MARY Wil l is Editor Allllilte A uiitMt Society . Re w>rt«?r<: Margarett* Harrison, Bryant Wilson, Bernard Helton. Sum fiu#enheim. Trurtt Mere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1934

f I Mary Ardens To Elect Officers A regular annual business meeting of the Mary Arden Club will be held May " at the Mary Arden Lodge at «* « o'clock at which time officer* for the Hummer session and next year will he elected. Report* from the second district meeting of Texan Federation of Wo- men'# Club* will be given by Mary Humphries. Club daiagate, and Mae Meredith, Club alternate. Plan* will be announced for the spring guc«t dance and for the annual spring breakfast which ia acheduled for May 26. Hostesses for the meetinir will lie Mildred Taylor, Willie May Piatt, Opal Klutz. Ernestine Vernon, Dela Mae Gill, Modem- Lee, and Rolierta Kiekotts. THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY . 1834 Trojans Honor Inactive Members Of Club At Annual Dinner Dance May 5, in Harriss Gymnasium PAGE FREE! 3 shines with each haircut. College Barber Shop Northeast Corner Campus Bruce Society Elects Today At the regular meeting of the W. H. Bruce Scholarship Society to be held tonight, Thurs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1934

THE fAMriJH 'HAT. DENTON. TEXA8. THIRKDAY, MAV 3. 1«34 - ... f r— THE EAGLE'S EYE WILLIAM ARNOI.r Tin tlBBh i *t at Trimly will be the MMrt e** t « f in the Eagle i>r>rtitic world tm whtl* they play Trt*ity Friday, an «* .V vietory it e*|*eeted imI the w f wis! proba- Up t fr-l in ttw favor S r< Marco*' entire IMS te*n i return in* and we f«arwd for our learn until *<• rea.l ill tbr file* and f'lUWl '-ha' white the Ktat team won last year, we tiad for awl "*ai> Marco* didn't «wn, to u*« Swmuw#'* word*. '"plaee n dw pay. Thi-. year Traweek df*-«n"t havi Prim for a [a If r a bu'. Eagles Trample [ Over Etex Team In Track Meet FIVE MEN WILL : composeteasJ | FROM COLLEGE ETEX FA VORITES EAGLES DEFEAT COM MERCE NET ... MEN THREE-TWO SIX D E L E <1 I 7 E S RIDE 210MILKS T. I. P. A. CONVENTION IS DIVERTING TO DRINK BEANS FROM PAPER CI'PS h if a I* Although handicapped by a fine part arnb*. duly lei *"* — —mmmmmm -* .inm j . [«■ ■> * * prevatad «k plar n# «# after seen,*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1934

« VOLUME XVIII WORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 10, 19,14 NUMBER MAUDUL GENTRY HOMECOMING TO PRESENTED IN BE HELD MAY 26 SENIOR RECITAL FIRST H. M. DECREE STUDENTS OF MCSIC DE- PARTMENT TO HE PRE- SENTED IN RECITAL IN AUDITORIl M TONKJHT Concluding the celebration of Music Wuefc, which included n recital l>y Maudell Gentry, first student of the < 'ollege to lie h candidate for the de- gree nf Bachelor of Mufiir, students of the I ment of Mu^ie will be p.cseuted m recital tonight at 8:15 in I he Aiulitoriuni. Miss Genu /. a pupil of Miss Mary Andei son. presented in her sen- TO HE OFFICIAL REUNION OF CLASS OF 1911; «B0 MEMBERS Events for the Homecoming to lie held on the Campus, Saturday. May lit}, have been completed, according to Utoae in charge. The main event of the occasion will he the first of- ficial reunion of the Claim of 1914, which was composed of alKiut WW members. Invitations have been sent to all members of thin Class whose addresse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXA.S. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1984 S'V,'. 2i The Campus Chat Literary Noolc <lu. Mall Mat at DH—. Tom, I. 181* SKIN AND I if INKS, Thome Smith, Doubleday, ' Duran and ComtMny, New York. 11884) |B. MEMBER TEXAS INT ERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOOIATIOM Wllkerson Wiley Housawright Kenneth E. Smith Verna Compere ■to h t Assistant Rastslf Reporter* Margarette Garrison, Bryant Wilson, Htrmril Helton. J< liuitnhtliit, Trurtt Meredith, Marguerite Barren, Jes*« Swor. Bill Chamber*, Bttty Unwfll, and Mary Willi*. Business Manager Sponsor Shelby Phillip* J. D. Hall mm PICK UPS KENNETH E SMITH HK-9- Kitty s Katy-Kisms By KiM « McKay OO<K>CK OO<KMX>OOOOOOOOOOOO0O Th seem* tn lie ihe nMW of re- vival of old fad . but the PITT MAN THEY STAND OUT Trturtt Meredith No, my dear#, it is not another new Now a* *oon a* I can get the w* That Mad Am.-n.an ftahelai* (with a distinct!'" "°l * *?* •n<1 ,1ry oot tween the molecule* of the air in fhe auditorium, elected to na...

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