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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1937

Best Wishes To Dr. Bruce Campus Cfaot Or. VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1987 mmsm NOTES From The Dm NIWS Honored by T. C. Kappa Delta Pi l> In. I" Ml > I r ♦ SIN KOHINSON DIES IN HEAT or COI M l II \TTI K W \l< CLOI l S GATMERIMi IN THK ORIENT H> N OILMAN Mil SKY SADDEST NOTE of a new- tilled Week was t lie sudden death of Senatoi Joseph T Robinson, ma jority leader of the Senate. AI way* a fighter, th«- Senator died us he had lived, according to Pre* idont Roosevelt, with "l\js face to the battle." The strain on any conscientious 1'. S. Senator is heavy, much mor< so when a leader of the party. Upon Senator Roninson's shoul- ders was the ri■-" n> ihilitv foi mustering support for adnunistra tioti measures; and to his credit goes the attainment of much New Deal legislation. A great fightei for liberal legislation, the Sena tor undoubtedly weakened himself by his efforts for the revised bill foi Supreme t'ourt reform....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1937

THE C AMPl'S CHAT. KENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. Jl'LY 1«, 1987 Bullin' with Bo... The Campus Chat Publiahed weekly during the college year by the •tudent* of the North Texa* State Teacher* College. Entered as second clas* mail at the post office at Denton, Texa*. l ecembcr 8, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL Campus wiv. and sweethearts are gotng on a One college year $1.00 strike. A ait-down *tnke And we don't par Advertmin? rates furnished on application Right ticularly blame them. The occasion for the ire io decline any advertisement .« reserved ^ 0f the female element of the student body is the Oflet Manual Arts l(ii ^ (>|) these warm summer ev nings. when Here Is Summary of Provisions Bookomer. Of New Rural Aid Bill; Allots Five Million More to Education "Bread arid Wine" Is Powerful Sermon Against Fascism By BILL PARKER Telephone 1212 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION the only place around the house approaching cool- Editor-in-chief Associate Editor Assistant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1937

THE CAMPUH CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, IM7 nnie Hill, Freshman Trackster Here, To Run Tonight in Pan-Am Flycatchers Meet Runts Tonight In Title Game W.A.A. BASEBALL CLUB SETS DATES FOR WORK-OUTS Sport Scripture By Bill Chambers FINALS IN PING- PONG AND HORSE SHOES IN OFFING Tonight at 7 o'clock, the Bosque County Flycatchers, managed by timer I,it Mix, iind the Runts, managed by George Neal, play for t j'lc Teacher.- College ummer in I ra-mural Softball championship. The Bosque County boys breezed through the first half with only one loss, that to the II II uise team, and lost only to the Hunts during the second half The Runts, lalthough they only tied for the cellar during the first half, came through undefeated during the aecond half of the race, and rate slight favorites at the present time over Hix's team. Both the Runts and the Bosque County out lit have lost valuable players at /®V end of the six week*. Iitit ade- quate replacements are promised. Due to six-weeks exa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1937

Director Twenty-nine students in the f oliage became pledges of Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary no- net) in education, last night at a meeting in the library audito rium. The formal initiation anti ban- quet will be held August fi in Mar- quis Hall. Summer pMfw of the society ire Faye Brown. Ona Campbell, Agnes Chrutenbrriy, Ruth Dewitt, Richard Escue, Bowen Evans, Uiuiso Evans. Karl Forrest, Mm Essie Griffith. Ooreene Hicks, Ruth Huffaker. Revah Johnston. James Homer Jones. Kathryn Keener, Maurine Kuykendail, Mary Laura Lomax, Mrs Jean S. Matthews Lena Mae McCturc. Mrs. Mable Mile, E l.ane Porter. Jeanette K Powell, Helen Reed, l.orene Rhodes. Mrs Marca Sides, W F. Tomlinson, Mrs Mildred J Wells, Mrs. Ola Wolters, Anna Hoeldthe, and Jessie Gary. T'neac pledge* must be accepted by the national council of Kappa Delta Pi before they can be in- itiated into the local chapter Elizabeth Karnes And T. L Jones, Jr., Are Married Opal Terrell Weds Aunt in Man July 5 Miss Ops! Terrell of Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1937

J* u Ruy Your Senior Week Ticketh Now ®bp Campus Chat — iVOLUMK XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 88. 1937 NOTES From TK« DAV'S NIW5 COMPLICATIONS \RISK BETWEEN ( NINA ASH JAPAN President Emeritus EW* Visiting Heard in Scholarly Lectures This Week TeachersJoin College Staff Amelia Earhart Not to Return, Students Think i i all I NIONINTS BEGIN PICKET OK INDIANA <.K WK-Y AMI) ♦ l<> NORMAN <;H 1 SKY "FIGHT JAPAN" scream triotic banners throughout China, as thin column in being written Swiftly moving events chronicle the story of Japanese advances in North China, accom- panied with diplomatic notes, ef- forts of ambassadors to find a "for- mula" and all the rent of the pre- liminaries to modern warfare. So far, the prelims base brought the boys to within ten miles of the gates of Peiping, capital of North China Here, where placid rice- eating mandarins used to occupy their time with writing poetry, the people are getting ready for the main r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1937

THK • 'AMI'l'.S CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. KKIDAY. Jl'I.Y SM. 1H37 The Campus Chat Published weekly during the college year by the •tadent* of the North Texan State Teachers Collage. Entered a* second elan* mail at the pout office at Denton. Texaa, 1 lecember 8, 1114. ill—11—I I Hill RATM, NUVIRBD BY MAIL One college year fl.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Bight to decline any advert moment is reserved Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Bullin' witk Be • • • Just h few name* student directory: picked nt random front the Missionary Describes Love- Making, Homes, and Customs of Dark-Skinned Brazilians Bookorner College Boys Go Pop-Popping Across Middle of Africa H> III I.I. PARK KR Editor-in-chief Associate Editor Aaaist&nt Editor Seciety Editor Sport* Editor Assistant Sports Editor ALONZO JAMISON. JR LESLIE DRAPER FRANK LOWE. JR MARIAN GIBSON BILL CHAMBERS JOE JOHNSTON (KPORTEKS: I*o Bennett, Jerry Boren, Mux ine Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 2.'t, I S7 leorge Ned's Runts Take Intranural Championship In Softball Friday Night l(x Hil l ( II \MHKItS George Weal's Hunts won the ^ first term -nftlmll champion-hip Friday night by defeating ••nut 1,1 i II lii -i hall' champion |{.. i que County ti n, taking both pmi-- D i); in ti Koheitsoii, Merrell. and jfellollingsworth pitched for the win- In. rs (Runt>). while lack mi hurled r £V ,th games for RoM|ue Kolifitson's fint' pitching wa a Mi aturc of the first game, as he {■allowed only t hi if hits while walk iilig foui Jackson also pitched fun ■lull. allowing si* hits, hut walk Biii: none. The Runts took a two ft'un lead iti the first inning when their lead-off men, Adams and I.an |}i -cored Then- wen no more fn e works until in 'he fourth when Blruc Smith scored. In the second game a series errors on the part of the Hunt flnnficld allowed five Norwegian * Wr score-. to ci oss the plate, Ragstad, |Bpay. Kiting on, Amundson, and J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON TEXAS. FRIDAY, Jl LY *3. 1M7 Tickets for Senior Week Activities Now on Sale Ticket* for Senior Wit* activ- ities. beginning Aug S, are now • >n sale at the ticket -(Tice tn the AdminiMration Building and all Mtttiur* wh« are planning to at- tend the event* are urged to pur- ch* e their ticket* immediately Banquet ticket* an one doliar each. and the price of both the watermelon feast and harbecue. among the high light* of the we#k. wtll be eighty-five cent* per pernor. Danc ticket- at forty eenu each are alao available A banquet at 7 15 o'clock or. Aug 8 at Marquis Hall will start the week of activities Or> Wed- nesday evening at 6 o'clock, a watermelon feast and swimming party will be held a; ahady Shores. Lake Dallas Friday evening Aug *>, the sen- iors will sponsor an all-eolleg. dance at Casino Park or. Lake Worth A barbecue and attendant* at the regular Auditorium show >n Saturday night will clone the week'* festivities (irand Old Man (Continu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1937

mht Campus Chat Senior Week or Not? Class Decide* Tonight Do About NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 30. 1937 VOLUME XXI LuU notes NY A Helped 336 To A ttend School Here Last Winter From Th« I \VS \l ws red cross man to give tests here aug. 5,6 SI'PR KM K COl K"i Kill SI FFEKS DEFEAT IN COCRSE OK THE WEEK Piano-Smasher / 8 Sorry About Whole Thingf She Writes Les'ie Draper. recovering from ■ >i ic'irn «T injurif received in an encounter inllU Tfl RS AT wi,h " "'ttn° at lh" K<'tm,liion I All lr , IU Mlv -a I Park Tuesday nifrht, Thursday uf ternoon sent to The Chat the Col- li O G E R 811 P'T ■ "I ES i LEG Ql UNIFICATIONS FOR I-. S. MFN OF DIPLOMACY POSSIBLE ♦—— 4 ll> NORM \N <iKlSh> "DOWN WENT McGINTY t<> the bottom "f the sea," g« es the • ■Id .song; but McGinty never went down any further or harder than did the President's Supreme Court re-organization bill. Ton*inn the lull into the Senate was just like throwinK a nice, juicy stea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JI'l.Y 30. lt>! 7 The Campus Chat Publisbe-d weekly during the college year by the Students of the North Texan State- Teacher* College. Entered u* second class mail at the post office at Denton. Texas, December 8. 11* 1 < . SUBS< RIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement i* reserved. Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 MEMRI R Ot 11 \ \S IN I I R( OI LKGIATE PRKS8 ASSOCIATION Bullin' with Bo... As some geezer once said, "There comes an end to nil good things." Well, there alao comes a tail to the bull. Yotiir, even a first class bull-slinger finds his stuff tn|H-ring off gradually. just like a bull's tail, until he gets to the fuzzy end where he reels off pure tripe and then, abruptly, he Man Who Was There, Friends Lined Up Tells of Russian Who Saw Bookorn«r and Shot, Revolution Quiet Young Family Man Is Author of Unusual Now Novel Ky IIIIX ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 80, 1M7 Younf fruity dub Victors In Volleyball Intradural* ■ It I In the deciding game of the first half intramural volleyball cham- pionship, .1 H. Merrill's Young County cluh rallied after drop- ping the firnt match, It! 14, t<> win the next t v <• from Jack Riley's powerful Van /.andt County sextet, 16-11; 16-7. With Jack Riley, Leroy Ix'ach, iiikI the lloU'i ta playing nicely ami |plaeing their drives where they would do the most good, the Free Staters nosed out a victory in the [first in.itch. Then Conners, tall [Young County attack man, liegan |t-> <#9' i \ • tin 11 s over the net that tin an i'.i'idtcrs could not handle, (and with Merrill and (inldcri per forming superbly, the victory was hvoii for Young County. The playing of the second half of the round robin schedule Iwirnn this week, with Young County a hlight favorite again to defeat the lYan /.andterK. Student Forum (Continued From Psge 2.) |. SportScripture By...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 July 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON. TKXA8, FRIDAY, JULY 3l>. 1*37 "Senior Week" Plans Will Be Made By Class Tonight Sale of Tickets H'ill Close This Afternoon Pi n> for senior week will be dmeu* e«l by the senior < at it meeting tonight in the Library Auditorium. All seniors who art interested in having ww«r week and >U entcrtainnMHlt features arc urg« d to Ik- prwoM by Ralph Mc- I >ade. class president. Today i* the last day that ticket* for all affair* of the w«k except the ail-college dance at Ihe ( asiin may be bought I'for the banquet will Ik- one dollar each, and ticket* for the watermelon f«k i and swimming (tarty Wed- nesduy night and for th« b*rbeeuc and theater party Saturday night arc eighty-tue cents for both eve rungs Truman Nance, I'atpb Dean. Kdward Hod***, I u I-of tin. FloMir William*. I>ean Smith. Molly Jurvia, and .Martina Ma j« r> have tickets to sell. The formal senior banquet, which Will initiate th« week, will be held Tuesday night Aug 8, in Marquis ...

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

headline on Senior Ticket** 4 o'Clock Today t 7 |/.'/ lb Campus Chat Tickets 4 VOLUME XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1937 In IMOTtS From Th« om \t ws REPUBLICANS ARK MORE 1NIPIBD THAN DEMOCRATS KICK ASSUMES ROLE OF IMPORTANT INCIDENT IN EAST I-*. _ ... .1 ■ i •' 1 ■ ' 1 - ^ By NORMAN GRI'SKY T S. DEMOCRATS have no such united front these days as I'. S. Republicans Voting con- sistently anti-New Dealish, thc Republican*, although possessing mi strength to speak of, present a closely knit oposition. In spite of sweeping to an overwhelming victory at the polls at the last big election, all ih by no means sweetness and light in Democrat councils of state • COURT AND NEW DEAL arc the two big issues upon which Democratic leaders differ. The first disappeared when the Roosevelt- sponsored court reform bill took a drubbing last week and way abruptly dropped. Texas' John Nance (iarrier was the man who saw that the bill received a decent burial, then ...

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

TMK CAMPUS CHAT, DKNTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST «. MW7 The Canipu (lhat Published weekly during the railage year by thr MadcnU uf thr North T*xa State Teachers College Rater**! a* *ee >nd class mull al the |m>«I office «t |W*«tloti. Texas, ItaMMiitor H, IHIrt BUHSt RlfTlON RATU8. I KLIVM<H> HY MAIL One railage yrnr tl tH Ad vr riming taUw furnished on application Might tv JnhUKr it IIV Mdver(t elllen' in rwMTVed Ulfl.. Mmuml Arts 107 Telephone isUl! M.'MHI li HI IIV\s IM KRCOLI.l-lil ATK PRKHS ASSOCIATION I ditoi .i. cluef AI ON/.O J \MISOX. JK Associate I I si ||-' |>K \I*I- It A-Mi'iMiii I ditoi I RANK 1 .OW K. JK Society !•, 111 > • r M\HIAN 1.1HSOK Sport* Kiiitor Hit.I. ClIAMRhRS \mh«t«fitnl Sport# I ditoi JiH JOHNSTON iKIimtRRS Leo Hennett, Jerry Horen. Maxine Huinvtl. Hill Chamhri*, Pauline Crittenden, Ruth |i. \\ it I KratHwi Hamlett, Low loftin. Kiank 1 r«v, ,li Mary Unit Mt'Afit', liien 1'ay h r, Mil died l'owti«eiid. 1.1-ih Ann Wilkin*, and Noble U right I...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST «, 1937 Drub Highland Park 48-35 In Meet Here Last Eagle Line Doesn't Look So Hot For Grid Season; Backfield Okay i •n* I) . I ir I 1 >P lb. | 1 I lacing a tough ten-game sched- ule, Couch Jack Sisco 1m decidedly concerning the chance* f hi* Kagle gridster.s in the fall's football race. Despite the return , f nine lettermen from last year's mnpionship eleven, Coach Sisco declare* (hat it will be necessary t, build from the ground up on this- year's machine. |ti pite the graduation of Johnny Stovall, All* American halfback, Si-cu's chief worry is his forward wail for next season. Only one lartmi' linesmen from last yeai i- back, L. W. Killian, 185 |x>un<l center from Hoscoe. As replace- ments for Killian, Sisco has Hob- crt Pentecost, fast 176 letter men fi in Kastland, Lewis Pool, of Troup, 170 squadman, and Ed. \ u krry, Denton, 170 sophomore. The rest of the line indeed shows the need for a vast rebuilding it lionr are Kermit...

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

I AGE rous THE i AM ITS (MAT. DKNTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST fl, 1987 Ardcfl Coffw Monday To Honor Sonior* in Club And Womon of Faculty Mrs. J. E. Taylor To Review Book at Marv Arden Meet Kappa Dolta Pi Banquot Is Hold Thursday Night in Hall Honoring graduating seniors who Krt- meml>ers of the club and woim-n of the faculty, thr annual m«>rnin(r coffee of the Mary Arden Club will he hold Monday. August P. from 9 to 11 a. m. at the Mary Arden Lodge. The morning coffer, which is complimentary, will close the no- rial calendar of the club for the «ummi'f session, and all members of the club, together with the women of the faculty, aw cordi- ally invited to call between these hours. Music will be furnished by a string ensemble, and the officers of the club, together with Miss Kdith Clark und Mrs. Mary Wes- son, will constitute the receiving line. Graduating seniors will be in house party. The following members will serve as hostesses: Nina Moody, Polly Polaer, Mary Helen Eth- ridge...

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

Watch for The Areata Next Week Campus Cfyat l.l'MK XXI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1 8, 1937 I) |uclt. fhlf pro f|M'| thi. 'hit. |. « th- (lis |rnt. bl ^knr; |ind Mu ktioi; fa -i COLLEGE TO GRANT 500 DEGREES AUG. Hon. R. A. Stuart Will A vestas To Be Distributed Middle of Next Speak at Commencement Week Speaker 5 75 \< I IS From The I V> *S !\i WS < .. N (, |{ l-.SS (>\ IRRIDES I K' I -11 >1 N I I OK I II11{| I I nil I HIS SESSION I \ I' W MOV KS ON t\ ITS PI \CE < VMI" \It.N IN EAST i;% NORM VN GR1 SKY • , Approximately 500 students have mailt- application to receive degrees at the forty-eigth annual commencement of the College next I i nlay evening, August JO, at 8 o'clock. Forty-two student* have applied for the mantel's degree. This will be the largest nuinher of master's degrees ever conferred in the history of the College Weather permitting, the convocation will be held in the athletic field Hon Robert A Stuart, Fort Wort...

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

PAGE TWO IIIK CAM ITS CHAT. DFNTON, TEXAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST IS. 1987 i if# Mi , II " The (Campus Chat Published weekly during thr rollege year hy the •Indent* of the Ni rll> Tnim State TMrhtri Ciillngi' Kiilrifii as second rUni mail al the post oltlee at Tetas. Itrntrntor H, JIMfl Bullin' with Bo... A vesta Publicity Squibs Don't Make Good Sense, But 7 hey Get Bookorrw M Bm'RIPTION KATFJ, PKI.IN KKKI' H\ MAIL I'mm note « f interest tht* wwk in Rhelie Gran On*' college year $1 IN) Muff* man Friday Coming through Midway t'other Advertiv>>ngr mi<w furnished on applh -at ion Kight night, Nhelie shw a dark l U>l*-h at thr m«l«' <>f the "Wingless Victory" Written Results and Arouse Interest I" Bl'nk Verse of Rafe Oualityl to dwiliw uty advertisement i resorwd Office Manual Aria 107 Tclvphnni' I ill* M I'M It KM <>l II VAN IN N RCOI I.FGIATI I'MJ SS ASSOCIATION ('ilii i in chief AI.ONZO JAMISON, .11! A* .«->««< h ditoi I. F SI.IF DKAPF II A-"i' iniit 1 'lit.i...

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

th. ^ in w THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TKXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1937 C. L. C. To Entertain Senior l^:.B7'"'° Members Wednesday Evening Everheart Aug. 21 I'limavmg the summer's social i t \ ii i< , the Current Literatim' «"lu> will entertain with u formal i:ini|iiet honoring the senior niein tiers tie xt Wednesday evening at • ; :in o'clock ut Mntquis Hull. Ila/.el Stone, Maty Ann Smith, Loui-c I'olk, and Louise Evans will lw in ehnige of the program Serv- ing <• the decoration committee vi lli t.e Elizabeth Woodhousc, chair man, Mary Hurden. Normari Jean i iithe-. Vernadine Cooper, Kllen Tnrnei. and Mary Kva Walton. Th« telephone committee will con 1-1 of Ruth Huffaker, chairman, Mice McLean, and Lillian Speake Students Speak (i '.iiit inued Front Pane 2.) hy a student, the statement was made that people must be more careful in their selection of mates f ivilization is to he brought to i higher level. In theory the ■ 1<is sublime. hut unfortunately only a very .<mall pe...

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

I'AOK roll* THK CAMPUS CHAT. DKNTON. TKXAS, FHIDAY, AUGUST 13, IW37 College Faces Track Season With Brightest Prospects in Eagle History Greatest Collection Of Sprinters in U.S. Here H* HILL CHAMBKRS Despite the- loss of several bril- 1 unt \«'t« ran* the brightest pros- pw't n Teiehers College track hi-' ■ i \ will greet < 'Hi-h Choc ' ti.at >>! the Kagles when they begin training thin fall for rro~ < 'iiniry antl the winter in- dooi truck season. will I* Woodrow Whatley. h iii f the lx ne Star Conference i. fi-.i in he high hurdle* anil August 9-16 Is 'Human Security Week' in Texas "Human Security Week." Aug- ust it-lfl, set aside by Governor .lames V. Allred. observe- the ef- . (.•< iei .,1,1 in the high jump fort on x^t pnrt 0f the 45th Rog I') illij>-«. holder of the ( <>1- ujar Session of the Texan I.egisln u' 1' "• Star record- m the ture to provide for the welfare of M i k-Olum Ak Orated Hy JOEJOHNSTON Since the edition of last week's ''hat. this scri...

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