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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 10. 1984 PAGK THKKfc. (ieezles Honor inactive iMembers With Seventh Annual Banquet To Be Given Saturday Night On Campus Mary Arden Club Elects Officers For Summer Term "GOODBYE AGAIN" STARS Hugh H. Masters To Discuss the Relations Forum "The Public Relation* Forum, Past, Present, and Future" will be the sub- ject of a talk to he made by Hugh B. Master* this evening, at 7 o'clock in the College (*Iul> House to mem- ber of the Alpha lota Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi. A large number of trips to communities within the I>e - ton area has been made this y«ar, and student* and instructors of the College have taken part on the pro- grams at the several forum*. It is understood that Masters will tell of fiome of the prospective goals to lie reached. Election of officers for the coming summer ami long session will take plate at thin time. GpuUw% Telephone 76 Saturday. May 12 INVISIBLE MAN' with Claude Haines Saturday night—10:30 CLARK GABLE MY ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1934

FOUJt iHF CAMP! '8 t'tUa, DENTON, TEX AH. TIltJItKDAY. MAY 1#, lSHM KB ■ A. C. C. WILDCATS Swimming Pool To CARLISLE AND f TAKE EAGLES FOR fpcn Monday for | BANGS SCHOOLS CLEANING IN MKT Rest of Semester TIE IN "I!" MKKT T.C. TAKES 3 FIRSTS mam be sum K U H HAS HfOtNTB | rMf CtnU; Amusement* Unliable Now San Marcos Captures First Place ] In Lone Star Tennis Conference; | Locals Take First In Doubles v. THE EAGLE'S EYE i i ,1|S BUY A NT 'WILSON I ■ ahhky proves jwmsel.f > i.reyt Mil kw imrhv.1p! over simmons w wii.d cats The ' oltege Kerrratioiial Park ha been opened and all the *rot.-eii.«-nt f«atui* found Mww *1* available to The W«w. at. „t AUkm christian tlie undents. according "■ an announ I ♦ !!«***• th< Fagle track team to nt made •'> T. J fPmitw Mean of a rhllttltg an th" Ahilawa 'rack last Men week-end, Tlii- score wa* ekmar than The golf course mid d atwg nut it had keen in immtm* yearn. Ik«mw, have been put in condition and an* ICl in M. If third places Had been r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 May 1934

THE CA CHAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1934 NUMBER 28 McCONNELL IS NAMED T. C. PRESIDENT ;4m .1 FACULTY LIST The President's Wife IS PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL PRESIDENT NAMED HOLDING PROJECTS RK-' CBIVE HEARING AND RECOMMENDATION () F BOARD OF REGENTS Nomin tion for the summer anil long sessions staffs of their various institutions we re pr«wntnl to the Board of Rc ei:ts at its annua) meet in* at Austin on Monday and Tues- day of this week by the presidents of the State Teachers Colleges of Texas. At the same Time building projects and facts about the general workings of the schools were present- ed for the consideration of the Hoard. In the meeting of this year more business was transacted than usual because the biennium budgets to the Board of Control come up for legislative action this year. Further- more, the P. W. A. appropriations involved in varying degrees all of the Teachers Colleges and matters of this kind required appro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 May 1934

THi: ( AMPt'S CHAT, I'KNTOK. TKXAW, THURSDAY, MAY If, 1WM W'' ! \ The Campus Chat Thii Literary N oolc NO HBCONfl H PR I NO hi' a. PICK UPS KKNNKTH K .SMITH CtaM Mad Mat Mr at lit* Poetoffiee at I> nton. Texas. «. i !« TEXAS INTEMCOIXKUIATF PRESS association Kdiu,' boia Wllkemon Associate Wiley Houaewright Assistant Kenneth K. Smith Society Vtma C«mp«r<' Beportera Margarctte Garrison, Bryant Wilson. Bernard Haitoa, Joe Ougenheim. Truett Meredith, Marguerite Herren, Jesse Hwor, Bill Chambers, Betty Laeewell, and Wary Willi* llusines* Manager Shelby Phillips >r Mr J. D. Hall -rrTr 1 y r.: - ran -.-r-—♦ By Janet Beith When a young minister. imbued with the de- termination and the joy of hi* work. suddenly firi l« himself in a dead, immobile pint*- like Glen lee. Seottand, hi- i* likely to succumb to th THEY STAND OUT Truett Meredith THOCOHT FOR THE WEEK A hair perhaps divide < the False and True. Y«a; and a single Alif Were the clue C-ould you hut find it to th*- Treasure- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 May 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DSNTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 17, IM4 PAGE THREE Pi Phi Pi's To 1 Ammmitomgrnt : Hold Leaf Frolic ^itnTolhi FILL CALENDAR SOCIAL EVENTS W The annual U-af Frolir off Uw ft Tl W. A. A. will hav« is* annual Phi Pi boy*' social organization is twaquet tonight 1 in the C. 1. A. to he celebrated Friday evening with Ca feteria at 7:00 o'clock. The theme a four course dinner in the dining of the banquet will be "The New- room of the American Cafe followed Heal," because this year the urgani- by m program dance in the College sat ion accepted a new constitution gymnasium. Music for the dance and changed the award*. will be furnished by Floyd Graham j j,Bd pendt,r wi„ ^ lh,, and hi* orchestra. speaker. Esther Florence will be Franklyn Herron. president of the j toast mistress. New officers will be Pi Phi Pi's will act as toastmaster installed and the outgoing officers during the dinner and Carl Roberts , will make farewell pe#cht during will make the welcoming speech for the i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 May 1934

i*AOK FOUR iMP HAT. DENTON, TE S, THI MAY I" THE EAGLE'S EYE BRYANT WILSON j'EAGLES PLACE MR I) IN MEET paul matthews dsc athlon to to captain the i he held here im trackmen this week-end Exam Schertule- AT HIJNTSVILLE IS PROMINENT DASH MAN MEET TO BE JUDGED BY AND FOOTIIALL PLAY EH OF OLYMPIC'S — RECORDS V I :i .1 OF I I2 Mt a wm f&AMI WPtltiXL fmtWtKKtmrnm. Ea«i« aytlalar an.! ■ - I relay man, wa.- c|kmmi> by member* The annual decathlon wilt be, held I th track team to lead th m neat Friday awl Saturday, the event will Weil, the Kafir tN <M4a't takelhifh hurdle*, IK utatai run, di* first in Ike Lone Htar fonferenee run throw, pole vault, and javelin meet and they rfMn't take wmiiI but throw will ha^eM. The meet will he they did take a #trnng third place an<i • jud*ed on the reeord* of the Olympic*; ■ : how«d that the Rack* have a raalU# 1912, We'd *ay that (Jim « AHHK \ SETS N EH^ MIC8KP; yMtt. „„ ^ rlnd„r traclr. Pattl* ahil- be held five Friday and five Satur track...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 May 1934

CHAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 24. 19S4 NUMBER '50 I # SI MMKR SCHOOL Dr. Harris, Head of Biology 135 SENIORS OPENS JUNE 4; Department, Has Assumed Duties TO GET DEtJREKS LARGER STAFF Of Office of Dean of College HERE WEDNESDAY NEW REQUIREMENT PROSPECTS GOOD FOB BKi Apartment, assumed the duties of ENROLLMENT BECAUSE lu" n of tht' ur Monday m"r"- OF PROPOSED MODIFICA- [n« ot this wwk TIONS Notice of the assumption was trade early Monday when Dr. W. J. Mc- Summer school ojK-ns June 4 with "onnell. President of the College, prospects for one of the largest en formal notifications to fatuity rollments the College hBs ever had, members of the fact. according to information recently re- "He will assume some of his duties ceived from College officials. Recent- <*' once," the statement added, "and ly proposed modifications concerning u greater share will lie taken over > requirements for posit ions in the pub- during the summer." ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 May 1934

fKGt TWO THE CAMPUS OUT, MWWW, VBXAS, TMUMOAY. HAT S4. t«M 1 The Campus Chat r«MUk«d by Student* of the North T«m Suu TtMktri Collega, Denton. Texas Cimp'ji Chat Entered u Second CUuw Mail IcritllM Poatoffice at tout—. 1110' t. ini Mat MKMRKR TEXAS INTKK COI.LECJATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Wiley Houaewright Associate AMMMM m 4 R# porter a; Hargarettc Garrlaon, Bryant Wilson, Bernard HetU.n, Joe Ouaetiheim, Truett Meredith, Marguerite Hmites, Jaaaa Swor, Bill Chambers, Betty 1.4 ••well, and Mary Willla. Husineaa Manager Shelby Phillipe taw i. D. Hall Li erarv Nook When it come* around to buying gifts for that rwininjitff* brother, sinter, or frifiMl who in frw^* mating thin spring. each one of w trie* to seek out something of a more permanent nature. PICK UPS KENNETH E. SMITH Another June ia ab'-ut to arrive and tWiething that will lailt and something that the many of us are aa neilid u we *• recipient will enjoy. ^ # ^ jhack in the grades whan tfw tMMlwr. THOUGHT FOR TUB WKKK: 'Mid pleasu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 May 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 24. 1 34 l'AUK THREE CAMPUS CLUBS LOCAL TEACHERS I WILL SPEAMAT COMMENCEMENTS TO ENTERTAIN EX-STUDENT AND ALUMNI VISITORS WILL BE HONORED A number of instructor* in Teach- ers College have accepted invitations to make commencement addresses at various high schools tliis year. Dr. Jack Jokam, of Um economics j "'""I of tki College wo department, will speak at Shamrock t>os,H<'h,Hlul,Hl to hol(l °lwn house Bat- on May IK and at Deport on June 1. urd*y «*•« ■■. May 26. for the pur- J. R. Swcnson, of the geography de-1P®** of hononnK ex-student and partmoat, will go to Porria on June *nd fiends in «o- l; and V. Y. Craig, of the education department, will go to Richardson on June 1 and to Pilot Point on May 26, H. B. Masters, of the education de- partment, will deliver the closing ad- dress at Trinidad on May 26, as will A. A. Miller at the Buainesa Admin- istration department at Crafton on May 18. J. C. Matthews of the education depart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 May 1934

| $ :c • 1 pi PAGE FOUR ii! ' THE CmrtJS CHAT. DENTON, TEX Ah. TW'RSDAY, MAY 24. VJM Eagle Sports fur I!)•')•!-19.'il 4 Reveal the Same Old Spirit j Exhibited from Beginning Exam Schedule- On September Ift last fell about thirty five mm reported to Conch Jack Star'- for football. and work on the 1938 |uad utarted immediately After ten days of drill awl hard work the «'jua'l j"umeysd to Dal la* to de- feat the B. M. U. Mustang* 7 to 0 *ft«r a difficult battle A week later the %a«laa en ra(fed the T C. V. Horned Pro** on the horn* field to fONie out the *mall end of the horn with a 13 to 0 M«i By tying the Eagle* in a nothinjr to nothing go, the Southwestern Uni- venity Pirate* from Oaorgetown a • 20 to 0 eore in 1932. The aair *tllt hung around the Eagle camp for A. C. C. earn* up the follow ing week and walked over the Eagle* for a 6 to 0 *cor*. After a eouple of week* reat, the Eagle* invaded Nacogdoches for the flr*t conference game of the year and returned victorious with a 22 to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

THECAMPU VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 7. 1934 NUMBER 31 ENROLLMENT HERE SOARS FOR SUMMER POPULAR PLAY REPEATED DRAMATIC CLUB OPENS FINE ART SEASON FRIDAY Play Director President MeConnell HARDY STARS "TH K E E-COR N ER EI M( M >N" •S GIVEN BY SAME CAST OF FORMER APPEARANCE The Teacher* College Dramatic Club, in what will probably In- its only production of the summer, will pre- sent a repeat performance of Ger- trude Tonkonogy's "Three-* 'ornered Moon" Friday evening in the Audi- torium. The play was presented by the Dramatic Club on the Fine Arts Course March 1, ami was such a success that the repeat performance was arranged. "Three-Cornered Moon" was a Broadway success during the 1932-33 season and has been, within the past year, made into a Paramount picture, with Claudettc Colbert and Richard Arlen in the leading roles. It was pro- duced by Charles Meredith last fall at the Dallas Little Theater, and was a production <>f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

PAGE TWO The Campus Chat Publwhwl by Stwftg**f North T«u* KUt* Tradwra Denton. T«ww Chat Enured w .Second CiMM Mail J*«tt«r •t Uw P t Offte* at Dentin. Th , l>*r«ml r I, l l« THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXA8. THURSDAY. JUNE T, 1W4 CHIRPS MKMBEK TEX AH IMTERCOtXEtifATE I'RKStf ASSOCIATION Editor Manaftr Hponaor IM* Witk#r*« Shelby Phillips J. U flail. Jr THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Let uk then be up anil doing, With a heart for any fate. Still achieving. still pursuing Learn to labor arid ti wait I*ongfeIIow BIBLE VERSE Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her xaid. Pea NUTS and PopCOIWI, shades of hot-dog* and pink lemonade What in nummw without a vacation ? You said it It isn't. And a vacation it will be. But you know how it in. All work and ao play . well. it'a juet aa likely to work the other amy. Anyway why not? A rmA vacation at college. This cdfcege in particular offer.- many oppor- tunities for an outing. Naturally the Recrea tion Park is the fir*t thing one can think of. What co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNK 7, 1934 PAGE THREE |i 1 1 Abbey to Represent Green and White in National Meet Held At Olympic Stadium Los Angeles Government Head Business Manager Textbook Librarian i Registrar Duane Abbey, local distant .• pacer. will repraent the Given and White at FOUR VETERANS the Olympic Stadium, Log Angelet RETURN FOR 'So when- world mid nationsl champion TENNIS SEASON entries will be made within the next few weeks. The Eagle tcnnm tea in for 1935 i* Abhey ha* won both junior and faml with hri*ht ««ord- . .. . . ,, ing to ifportH, Four letter men, ron- semor event* of the A. A. U. meet (>( £ c Diltrieh> in lx>ui*iana recently and thus ac- Clifford Karl Phillips. Fred Bush, and quired the title of Southwestern Alton Bryant, will be back to form Dixie Boyd look* after the busiaass ^ ^ righi •* the eustodiun ol GAY \\f\ir J. W. "Dad" IVnder bus had u champion. It w probable that he will the nucleus of the squad. The team in varlwl eMner in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

I II -/>T •" rm camh :V chat, m >H, TK*A«, TUVfMUAY JiIME f,. IttM ■ HKNF.flTTLS TWO FORMER T. C. STUDENTS WED lr* A. I'ttfmk, pmu/t ' hvrefc «f • h.il."/'i>«", tmim> i< litw t 4tdvk*nnmt* >mm *wi MHOHN HTI IIUST Nil* IN HffOHKM IH f,l\ KS MHIIlK \KM MKKfCl WKlJfflff ArmtMKiN MFKOfffc I HII I H OHM WKIIIHSf; f rRfclMJ*y Km* H- 'ii* Nw 4m#*> Mr>a*t awl Mm, R t# i#r of A. L. fijhtir-1 «t Cnrwtti, wa* *< *k«#i#$( w*f ««■"** at *arh wxai mtmimi te> Mm V W«t. «•* «♦ *' " A ednaaday M* w wW 'm m.sr aM Mr*. r #, WIM IMUMI *f l«W * « «•" '« '>« W.m ?>*■> oVlaak Mwit awn***, Mas 2* at fey Km- wwfcw, tot tfc* ijM-fef, W J'.hr. W, Krwl t,*: ,**.. 'TM f'4 HH ^ ;«.'/>->) h*' yr.d i > • "fifii' <i rim rnw M aid hy He- ** ' ***" >WW ' f >hi fuii '' ' M. ' 'f., alt-., '. > It i at'ldml /' On ' .<•*<• !'(f th* p*i> '*•■ yaarn Tlw allar Ml vi* Tb" "k" ,w" "v"' '•flUa taffeta •.•««!,*«* wi-# wll«r# * i ««tf if. i h#> KfVr.'f tutrt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

• • HOMECOMING DAY FINDS SWARMS OF EX-STUDENTS GREETING OLD CLASS- MATES AT DAY'S SOCIAL EVENTS College Library Changes Hours of Summer Session The reunion of the claas of 1W14 n , wM one of the feature* of the Hum*- hi* llfltPS— coming Day which wu held by tba College on .Saturday, May 26, This (Continued from page 1) wan the largest clash the College has j evar had. with over WO members and the reunion was in honor of the Maudell Gentry of Henrietta re- ceived the B. M, degree. Those who twentieth anniversary of its gradua- received B. A. degrees and their home tion. Boarding-Houses Handle Crowded Conditions Well in the main corridor of the Admin- °n Prances Brown Bentley, Cisco; iatration Building from 9 until 12 in kucy Childress, Bellevue; Ada Aline the morning. Green Jackets and mem- Clark, Pilot Point, Verna Ruth Com- bers of the T-Club assisted visitors I*'1*. Houston, John Elmer Con, throughout the day. Over 300 ex-stu Temple; Lola Bell Curbo, Denton; dents returned to the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

■RHNlll ~ E$5 ('AOS SI* THE CAMPUS CHAT , DENTON 11 , TEXAS, TIIUBSDAY. JUNE f, ISM Players in "Three-Cornered Mm" , 1 Bring Variety to T. C. Andiettes Dean of Men Assumes Duties Dean of Women fhun r*f M ;1«- Hardy. ft# ' "• mMe f.M ML Biwplwr fr *ftmh m *r* <95* - I**® •hah >• to t fifffi « the Auditor. j mm ¥rul*y J«"' *. *t *-<5 p m. r*feiv«nJ h*l l.*cfc«i r ft 1* 4*gm- from thi* m WW her mwii*r < f rv -ie*'" Wi 'he Uwver fty of Calif JHri f«MW ' fw coming here, she *tu< t *♦ «' Ch.'irl h Hi<-« • h"ol «f> Martha* Vtmyard Intend. Ma*-.. wt pl«>>"• r :|*rt«ry in Ft Worth. This U Mr* Hardy's firm r«U iw>' M- "ining di- rector of Hw ' tub. Winifred Whiter (iwrty who play- EtiXnWtli Rirnjil«'ttar, '• known 6B ItMliy T C, *#*«' •'< " appeared in leadtnif r«!«- in "Kl Tor'," *Bxpr*iw*B« "The Fool," "Mfciddime." *n<l « " ' owe- atim*. Fred iMMifWrty. who h** the role id l'i St* Win. I* a 'rai.-f« • fron Alpine where h> i*• a mewbtr "f ?h< d> m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNK 7, t#M PAGE KEVEN The Chatter Box , By Mary Willi* "LITTLE FOLKS' NEWSPAPER" HAS EXTRA EDITION ifc first efttra put out in Denton on thf recent Clyde Barrow-Bonnie "l^Kik Lak. " we're going to h ve Parker killing «u that done by three a crowd around the old achool this members of the Demonstration summer with the enrolment already School's third grade, which is taught around the 3000 mark. Well, we're by Mis* Anna Mary Sprouse. The glad to ate you and we hope that extra was a special issued of the you make yourself at home and en- '«*ular weekly publication of the joy the "delightful" summer weather «hird grade, "Little Folks' News- with us. A philosopher once said that paper." there was only one place hotter than The object of the newspaper during Denton m the summer time—we'll let the semester had been to rewrite you guess where that is. Anyway . . wm* of the day so that students of here's hoping that you enjoy your lh«* age of the pu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1934

JBilif page eight THE ( AMI'L'E < HAT. IIKNTON, TEXAS. THL'RSIiAY, JUNE 1, WW Are You Literary, Athletic, J\1 usical, Social t Then 11 hy Not Try Debating on S. C.A f Nuthd among the v*ru u* )hiiI4- inm> «f th may b f' ufi<i « i- *MN «f *n trtiUFMtiia i*umb«T «f er**fi«seWww. TH*y *re then-. d l , iiM-u't i# , coum-thi, #ml ekoroMm. In it «m ia|Nn*«MM* U> mIc how many you Mcmtr to? Non*? Than fou matt II yo# *r«- intwre*u«J in •(MMi*l fwW of work thrr« I* u eluti connixtm* of other .student* who •ri- al no int«riw«0><i in th# fleW Ther* *, for MlfMpto, an orjfum zntiori e*H«*l th«- l'urr«<rit l.iteratuiw Ctuh, which cowii* « of • limits! num b*r of young wom#ii who ceitvww on the firirt ami third Monday* fur th«< p«r|Kisf of *r<tumntiri|f m«mb«r* with the work of women * club* in I *r <l t« •timulal* i«t*r>*t in current lit«ratur The club'# it I >f Kay Cflokr .Stoker. If you think you out i«k nrwl your n>ominat s don't, you '"«y M " ,,u' < "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1934

i i i THECA CHAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1934. NUMBER :t2 'Three-Cornered Moon" Given Play to be (liven TEXAS 15 YEARS By Dramatic Club As First Tomorrow on Next AHEAD OF NEW Fine Arts Number of Summer Fine Arts Prgram ENGLAND SCHOOLS Repeat Performance n Lr nix: Friday Evening PubllC RelatlOIlS Draw Large Croud forum Suspends "Another Language" Was One of Most Popular Stage HUh SA YS PROFESSOR of Past Season ORIGINAL CAST Guerry, Daugherty, Henderson, TEACHER TRAINING IN EASTERN COLLEGES IS I SADLY NBGLBCTED 8AY8 CRl'TSINGER ( "Another Language." popular play i j • IIT l *i l,y he presented Af'tlVO VVnrU Haro tomorrow night at 8:15 in the Audi- m/UTC ?? Ull\ 11C1C toriuni ,(y the Horner Player*. fen- w taring George Phelps. Activity ticket* the"New EnilanT States, in teacher Hardy. Helton. Heflin, Taylor. Committee Provides Instructive wi admit student*. Lining, according u> Dr. George M Texas iM fifteen year* ahead of H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1934

TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 14, 1 S4 11,11 - The Campus Chat Published by auiisli af Dm Narlfe Tm« State Teacher* College, [MM, ToM Campua (That Entered aa Hxmid cfaS* Mail Matter •I the Poetaff'ice aft Denton. Tlttl, UMMrttr a, i i# MEMBEK TVXAE INTERCOM, KOI ATB PRESS ASSOCtAVMI 4— this way, folks! another book column with truett merediih THEY STAND OUT Margarette Garrison VKft Ml I are*t as bad, after all—not major* Every Ma students Editor Buinmi Manager l4>ia Wilkeraea Shelby Phillip* J. D Hall, Jr. The pictorial ballatin, **h was ha. and brae* eb*ut. j(Jgt fmM by th€ CMl0gt Pnnt ► "differeat la shop , lMstut>. Only 4,000 of them of caerae, that it ha* gal around that reality, they may not be ao "different" ^ i t th Mnl for that TMs la a column with a purpoat, and oar ped- th* aren't goad. Soak a afliaitjfraw the ordinary; perhapa, they are f ro((t icy, not being one which favors reticence, or, In- require* proof aa all statemente do, only a little ...

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