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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST IS, INT ™,w 3 88rvf wWiS Here's Review of Eagle History Made by Cagers in '37 Season Sport Scripture By Bill CKsmWrs New Deal in Eagle Ftp I By Green Jacket Sqaad* I I Editor'* Note: Joe Johnston, as- sistant sports editor of the Chat, with this resume of the h'ayles' 11IJG-.'I7 cage history concludes hi* summer series of articles review- ing the year's athletic season for the College, By JOE JOHNSTON Nov. 7 - Ki^lit« en men report to tlie initial baski'tbull drill of the year. In this urruy of men returned were four lettermen, four of last year's best freshmen, and ten junior college transfer*. Nov. L'<> Over twenty freshmen report for drill. The squad will be cut do*n as soon as others re- port from football practice. I>ei\ -I North Texas chalked up their first victory of the year when they defeated the Dr. Pepper quin- tet of Dallas. The Katies bottled the bottlers by a count of 23-16. At the half, the score was 17-7, and th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 August 1937

THK CAMI'I'S CHAT. DENTON, Tl- \AS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1987 College Museum and Historical Collection Will Open Early This Fall Hat Moved to New Quarters The Tt'tu SUU' Historical Col- 'ection, located on the Campus and known here an the CoUfft Mu- seum. will open early m the fall term, according to Dr J L. King* bury. professor of history here and curator of the museum Although the exact date has not been set, it is planned thai the formal opening of the Collection, now completely moved to it* new quarters on the first floor of thi old library building, will take place on a Sunday aft< rnoon when the entire museum will lie thrown open to the public and guides will bo provided to visitors. Moving of the museum from the bc\e- in which most of it has beer packed for the past six months to its new location has been in prog- res.- all summer Delay in arrival of certain fixtures has caused the postponement of the opening, which had first been planned for the latter part of tin summer s...

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

Fallow the Eagles To S. M. V. <Ehe Campus •f ■■■Air;. VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXA8, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1987 New Grandstand To Be Completed For Commerce Students Can MakeTwdhreJwn^ j Yucca Appointments ForNewTem St a rting Tomorrow two members of t. c. President of the College notes From Th* DAY'S IMtWS cont.ress overrides president for thirii time this session Appointment)* for sittings for Yucca pictures may be made with the stuff beginning tomorrow at 10 u. m. at a desk in the main corridor <>f the Administration Building. Harry Blnck, editor-in-chief of the )0'i8 yearbook, said yesterdey. Black stated that no down pay- ment will be required when the ap- pointment!' are made but that stu- JAI'AN MOVES ON IN ITS PEACE CAMPAIGN IN EAST T C. STUDENTS TROOPING TO CLASSES make but u small part of the army of 38,000,000 children and adults who go to school this week. This group, made up of one out of every four in the na ■lion i' presents A...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, lt 87 The Campus Chat vwkly 4wi"ir the colics ynr by the State Teacher* College, class mil at the post office at 1816. SUBSCRIPTION RATE8, DEUVERED BY MAIL Om collate year tl.00 Mnrtiiini rate* furnished on application. Right to Mine any advertisement is reserved. ^ Msnual Art* 107 Telepfetne 1242 MEMBER OF TEX PRESS * INTERCOLLEGIATE OCIATION « M J* ALONZO JAMISON JR il* issui Marian liibson, Fran ae Knight. Lois Loft in, Margaret Wright, Bo wen Evan*, Norman in Parker, Eddy Smith, Ellis Martin, Yenola Morgan, Silas Johnson. Peggy Earl Tyson. Chariot* Rcoves, l.ee yd. Nancy McClure, Jane Dulaney, #*reon. Clsra Biackwell, Ra,\ Fdwarda, Lain. Virginia Lee per, Evelyn Mciiaughy, 'O TtireadgtH. Byron Curtis, Ha:■.<*! Mason, M F. rail, Happy Demere, and Lila Ann Butnei dMess Manager D. W BAILEY 'Oily Sponsors J. D. Hull Jr., and C K Shuford Editor-in-Chief ASSISTANTS on Damlott. '.rner, J sky. Johnsi tee Ba; iton, Rufll New Libr...

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

! Cornelia Otis Skinner and Speaks Slated For Fine N. T. S. C. LIBRARY Bind try O;<;.;on Wv I ' CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER SI. ItSt Title: o I J ♦ T TEXAS 25c till r> Children 10c :t:.f aflt'r ! I'hune 75 *• \ FRIDAY, SATI Him Sing* Againl i ■MM Mbii \< BASIL RATHiOW|\ trwa B MA HON ClAISt u*m HtNH> AKMEITA RALPH FORBES HON l«KOt DONALD MEtK HtlltRT AWUNSON> short Subject s Preview Saturday Nile II SI NDAY thru Tl ESD.U DO N AM EC HE \LI( EFAYE KIT/ BROTHERS Century io* Picture OUISE HOVICK (Gypsy Rose Lee) CHAS. WINNINGER LOUIS PRIMA & His Band Solectei A I so Short Subjects (palace 20c till li Children tOr after ti I'honc 7." SATI KDAY SI Mm M I /(III h iw1 i h >a i lofc ai jamr mcdmc^ GflvnoR mnncii Ml a sm / IS IMII Silfilf< Also Short Subjects MONDAY ONLY HAKCAIN DAY 15c THI KSDAY I KIDAY S<■ |>t< ■ iiIm'i .'t(l to October 1 and arAK^s??"- Charles Turner Is Marlow Coach \ A Volume: L-l <-C t hiii If Turner, ex-student of...

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

FAOC FOUB THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, IUH7 Freshmen Settle Down Guy Bush, J© West To Studies; Fun-Packed Kmm"nma# Orientation Week Closes With their first week at Collect ending today. freshmen on 'he earn put* are directing their thought* to such prosaic things as studies after having lived gloriously through a week full of *|>ccial ac- tivities planned for their enter tainment and in their honor. Mure than five hundred fresh- man students assembled in the College Auditorium last Thursday to get their first instruction* in the dark art of registering. From that time on. their time has been a whirlwind of fun. Thursday eveni.ig the \V A. A. girls held the traditional "Fish Fun Frolic" in the Recreation Park, where games and dancing THE BOSTON STORE "Your Store" i { WELCOME dents, Faculty Members * ! visit and make nMfS STORK 1 your needs in ' h—$I4.i •) up , ts—9Hc up —5c up >.< —-$2.95 up / es—*9e up i—$1.95 up s t k —$1.95 up '' men's Apparel f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1937

99 THE CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER M, IOT7 GLES TO MEET SJM.U. IN SATURDAY Mm\ ipt ist pre- l)i ad- anl, t *«l, for ser erial cia J'py I i 1 ] SS St P ICS lo. m tin College Takes 6-0 Win Over Eagles in Season Opener They Meet 8. M. U. Saturday sst.-j tk $ lixitiK <>'i oil advantageous tiini'il during nil exchange late in the fourth quarter, .hg Austin College Kangaroos of JhanMli defeated North Texas by «#r. Saturday night at Kagle before a crowd "f appr i\i- 8,'><)() persons in the first •f the season for hot). WMU only three menilH'r.s o( last year** Lone Star Conference rhBm- pIomMt Kagle aggregate n pies ent to She starting line up, ('oaeh SiMe placed oil thi- field a young and wirly seasoned chili at pushed the bull over the licit, ill he except urn of the goal line ttling Austin off her feet for • entire first half, the Siscomen. w turing a running attack headed the brilhant running of the I'th Texas sophomore sensation. James, working in his ir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1937

THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT EM B ER ll' " t % i ■ V«r«tL>n Tima WaJiliimt #i Cy gl-iiiUnfg Social Inlcrtft of Collooo Studtnti IIVWv W9% WVIwipW w Mary Arden Club Will Hold First Meeting Monday Late August and early September weddings of ex students of the College are holding the social interest of the Campus thitt week. With August apparently stealing the show over June an the month of brides, ex-students living in Kenton and near here have taken the summer to become engaged, to marry, to makf the customary trip, and to settle down to life at home. Bowei Evans Is Beta Alpha Rho Beta President BERT R. MOOKK WEDS VIRGINIA PATTERSON JOK SkllKS WEDS KATHLEEN CLAYTON In an impressive Episcopal serv- ice Bert Riner Moore, son of Mrs. V. W. Moore of Denton, and Vir- of of Pledge cards for new members will be tilled out at the first meet- ing of the Mary Arden Club Mon- of day evening at 7 o'clock in the Kathleen Clayton, daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. IV Clayton Bryson, an...

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

"< 0|I|m-I| lU'i initi ( 1UM. Mil" Be at the Pep Rally Tomorrow Night -v Teachers College Ex-Student Edition 91f* Campus Chat •m mmmmm VOLUMK XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1937 " ' " - i__ {October 12 Set Aside As Reassembly Day For Ex NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1937 > Oichi Kl \v <| Cii Iff t;i *mii AUk\ ■ y Is t Heat IMOTtS From Th lis Ha day's news >1< - • r. |: (iOV. GRAVES IS in a ,ul A FAMILY MAN. i th. 1 MAGAZINE SAYS First Broadcast In T. C. 's New Series Will Be Saturday idea >d Wfi dent, ice-pn i vie, Ku jrcinr; lurii head lis Vi' (lee if.) g <•' , chair m it tee ell Is e< He? Sit-down strike (without food) now on at alcatraz Hy EVELYN Mr<; AI'GII Y <♦ ckw inn in ■ih. wi flvr let'-[I hoii he I pomi recti ikin i' I At.|i V ikh. at "A FAMILY MAN, who keeps everything in the family," is the term that the magazine Commen- tator gives to Governor Bibb ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER •'«>. 1":<" I I I i I I | r i I m The Campus Chat ily during the college year by the of the North Texas State Teacher* College. M second class mail at the post office at Dan ton, Texas. December 8, 1916. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year $1-00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Office Manual Arts 1U7 Telephone 1242 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief ALONZO JAMISON JK i«c'STANTS on this issut Marian Gibson. Fran- mlett. Ads Mae Knight, Loin lyoftin, Margaret r, Noble Wright, Bowen Evans Norman >*, William Parker, Eddy Smith. Ellis Martin, hnston, Venola Morgan. Silas Johnson, Peggv Bayless, Karl Tyson, Charles Reeves, I ee i, Ruth Boyd. Nancy McClure. June Dulaney, McSween, Clara Blackwell, Ray Edwards, lay Lain. Virginia Lee per, Evelyn McGaughy, Threadgill, B.vron Curtis, Hazel Mason. M. F. II, Happy Demere, and Li...

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

Ipaob FOUB THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMEEE M, 1MT Ovv, Played For 5C2 Programs Last Year; Were Heard by 198,000 * (lark in ka :h, )V H t&ll I.urn i.. MfiKi in t hi- .rsdas The six instrumental mimical j • rganizations of the College the PStugi* Hand, the College Orchestra, the Teachers College Radio En- semble, the violin trio, thr Teacher* College Dance Hand, and the Eagle land this week took inventory lof their last year's activities, with [the aid of commercial arithmetic texts did some figurin', and em jerked yesterday with a list of Bab- isoii-like statistics. First of all, they measured their mileage. Then they added up to a grand total the number of engage- ments. They divided the total num- ber of engagements into kinds and Itypes of programs. They conjec- tured on how many persons heard them through la t year. And they found that: The six organizations traveled Ja total of miles playing pro- I grams in the interest of the Col- # lege. The six groups ...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DRNTON. TKXA8, THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBKK SO, 193? thrke Locations of 937 Graduates; Relocations of Other Exes Following if a l t of the Col- lejre's 1937 graduates. as of Sep- tember 20, according to K H Far rinffU>n, director of the Bureau of Placements. The name- have been listed ac- cording to counties for the con- venience of ex-stud«nt* who d'sire to orituite chapters of the Col- lege'* Ex-Student* Association in the counties in which they are teaching. These ex-student groups are scheduled to be organized on Oc- tober 21. hula l.OOll Ktlft, Sidney ; Vauichn, Wome■ r. Jewel Kvfllnc Helm. Joye i onmtu'hr ckett, Newburir S. ho Denton . Davit* JelT Ka>. . StMrr, " Concho County J en n intra. Stella Clan, Fden Cooke County DH'mlro, An weia Ruse Maru t.irU' Tmi.iinK Schiad. (iAUic vil|i limKmii, Mr* KliuiMh Coffin Girl* rrastiintf ScIwhi], . How ton. F**el Da- v id Km I .Hi hunt. Jame* I i Valley View Miti'hi'll, Jean net to Lillian J. M Sch * l, (iMiriMvilli' U'llr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 September 1937

HKKE THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THUESDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1MT les Meet Southwestern Pirates Here Friday Night Tux- W 1(v. '•V«Hsk ill: of . Who 'Hei flint improving, scrappy Ka *IP- the Southwestern I'ni Pirates on the local yritl- l*ridny night at 7t.'10 o'clock thir<j contest of the year only two more to go hofore ItHi'Kc into an extremely tough iiiit- conference schedule, ch Jack SiM'o'n chai'ifcs, in liy their splendid showing M S. M. I'.'k Mustangs in I unlay V kuiiii' in which they the Itcil ami Blue scoreless for t|uurtcrs, hiv working out ► ish 1 >• this week, putting (in on an already good offense IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM UNDER WAY AT COLLEGE 17.885 SQLARK PERT OK SIDEWALK HAVR ItREN LAID RECENTLY KICK THAT PUT EAGLES IN LEAD mm: _ Construction of long-needed con- crete -idewalks on the Campus is continuing this week under a WPA lefcnsc in anticipation of Kri project directed by Thomas Foster, nocturnal clash with the landscape artist of Houston, and rctown Pirates. Alt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 September 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1917 II it V ft Bwliing Activities Of Next Fraternity Exm Week Hold Social Spotlight Evdyi Hunt Te Head Phoreffs During Session Evelyn Hunt, junior student from Denton, was elected president of the Phoreffs at the first formal meet inj? of the club held Monday at the home of its faculty sponsor, Mrs. Myrtle Hardy. 312 Fulton S . Other officers elected are Jane Loring. viev-president; Elmo Joy Wilson, secretary; Cecilia Cun- ningham. treasurer; Wilma Olaus- sen. rush captain. Martha Belle Cunningham, parliamentarian; Jen S. Terhune, service chairman; Mel ha Abell, dance committee repre- sentative; and Marcy I<ee Steed, reporter. After election of the officers, plans for the coming rush season were discussed, and names of rushees were suhmitteed for ap- proval. MATH CLl'B CALLS MEETING TONIGHT The Math Club will hold its ini- tial meeting of th<' year Wednes- day (tonight) at 7:30 o'clock in Room W.'! of the Museum Building...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1937

®y' ■ d< M>EN> ' nit* tr,I firnt in! ry A| Octobel ary A J SSIOIl ; Lois KbDm'I ; and :mai Welcome, F. F. A. Band Member* ®ht Campus Chat M lumk xxii north texas state teachers college. denton, texas, thursday, octorer 14, 1987 bnvocation Friday Added To Schedule Of F. F. A. notes From Tho AY'S NfWS KOOSEVELT CALLS PEDAL SESSION >F (ONCRESS l-'HiM'l 1.VIHI it within ,abor organizations tontinues Biographies of 19 Students To Appear In Who's Who' College Museum to Open Representatives On Wednesday Morning Meet Floyd Graham AT aries DO I ii) evelyn McGAlGHY congress will meet in |>iiil session on November IB, i|i President Roosevelt in the be- liKei fung of his fireside chat with i people Tuesday night. Placing fp control legislation at the head the program for the session, he Bussed the problem that lies 4ii'l of th*- legislative body and (citizens who live by agriculture. 4 effort to "find a way to pre- 0i four-and-a-half cent cotton, cent corn, and thirty-cent at wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DBNTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 14. IM7 The Campus Chat by Um «f Km North Tum Suu Teachers Colhfi. mail at Um poet office at r 8. 1916. BUNMI' WMi BO e e e With the Exes Bookorrmr )N RATES. DELIVFRED BY MAIL fl.00 rates furnished on application. Right to any advertisement is reserved. The Drug-Store Quarterback Hy BOWEN EVANS When the boy* get into it hot content Telephone 1242 Manual Arte 10. ^n)j pi#y th«- trnnu' with h zip and xest MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief ALONZO JAMISON JR Hut happen to come out second best Heaven save me from that after-game peat, The drUK-itora quarterback. He'* always there when the game is o'er Looking wine ami blocking the dooi ASSISTANTS on this issue: Joe Hullum. France# Heaving and sighing ami talking more Taylor. Marion Sharp, Clyde Heath, B. C. Robert- Than a phonograph. H"'s an awful bore, •on, Byron Curtis, Bill Parker, Venola Morgan. The drug-store quarterback. Peggy Grace BayloM. Karl Tyson...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1937

EAGLES DOWN A.C.C. FOR FIRST Hester Lead* Locals In H « of F|m« Onslaught on Christians J^™ li> l.KE HINTON Faced l>y the brilliant running iiinl pacing of Co-captain I.anier iSli it\i Holer, Coach Jack Sis ,•«.' Ninth Tcxbs Fugles put ovi a , ..ml half rally that saw the In i. demolish their traditional anil |, \al< from Abilene1 Christian i by a 2U 14 wore Friday night at Eagle Stadium, in chalk uur up their first victory of this Reason In a battlr in which both teams wer< fit:h1111 for their first sea- sonal win, the two elevens threw caution to the wind and staged on" ■ if the wildest combined aerial and tic round games to be enacted on the Plt-al gridiron in many a day. Trailing b\ a I I x count at half time, the Eagles came back in the last half to roll up eight first downs and M points, while the Wildcats were held scoreless in both departments. In the initial half both trams registered seven fust to makr the Kagles' total for the evening -land at IB as compar- ed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 October 1937

42 T to 4 Kd A! Tuyl •on. Pern Let Man Writ Nam Clar Virgr Bow> Ada John <-omb Wilk May Bush Facu Wi a con mitte L. U Eaat two 1 Both more really meant knowi Oni thoug non-li small fUSC 1 mamt willin leins It ii the rt ism, c sonal dictm and v accept The «n ;He favor ctowt; f*M-xih iotwii 'y H ? '•* nhjg -t !««>«# A i ihsi Ii ''tiff «*t.' ill " -.nni r *i+.«§ ► an THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1 87 Second Girls' Tag Of Sea so wc-L c-wtiatio" Ceremony WIN Be Held Next Monday Will Be Given In Gym Tonight °hoH, ^e 'JolTaf Pal,l,er BaiMl Mary A rdens Will Hea\ 3Irs. W. H. Bruce The wriwl girls' tag dance of the season will Im- given in Har- ris* Gymnasium tonight from 7 Ui J :,10 o'clotk by the Girls' Fo- rum. According to Mr- Mary H Wok- •on. assistant dean of women, all boy* must wear ties if they wish to attend the dance. Admittance will lie by activity ticket and twenty five cent- Floyd Graham's Collefr orches- tra will furnish music. Sixteen Members...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1937

m ne ntine of Texas uli*. will w hint's Ik St n M < > r i < I it y Lodge, ho club, '< 'apriet IT. lackson >n, Got l'< I llUllc, Hagby, Have Your Yucca Picture* Made Now (EIjp CanuJits Chat VOliUMK XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 21, 1987 Is NOTES From Th« I \V*S \l s ^ I I I KS PROVIDE HASH \S W HI.I. AS STEAK I II. INDISTKY BOOMS \S FASHION KK'I'l HNS By EVELYN McG Al'GHY J \ I'OHTKHIIOUM 8TB A K Slid \ 1' VI!'I KX unions housewives, nays r C Pollock, chairman "I the National Livestock and Meat Board, is the cause of the hijtli shman price of meat these days, •ted bu "Housewives have become ac he an™ istomcd to using only a few doption <f the more popular cuts, and are itoriumi overlooking the possibilities for economy and satisfaction offered by a large number of lower-priced cut1-lie tated. Women, he added, should realize that a steer is not V, Ruth cuMip eil uf porterhouse steak I \MERICA WILL ENTER the Nine Power Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER tl, 1MT The Campus Chat dartag the college year by the North Turn State Teachers College, el am Mil at the post oftce at 8. 1016. With the Exes RATES, DELIVERED BY HAIL 91.00 AtvwtiaiM rates furnished on application. Right any advertisement is reserved. Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 JOKE OF THK WEEK: •• 'Ja hear how th«- A A M.-O. I. A. game came out?" "Ych Neck and nee!;." MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRES8 ASSOCIATION Goblin Gill says he's taking 'hut Government 306 to raise an E Cues* the rest of the boys just took it to raise L Editor-in-Chief ALONZO JAMISON JR ASSISTANTS on thin issue: Joe Hullum. France* Taylor. Marion Sharp, Clyde Heath, B. C. Robert- son. Byron Curtis, Bill Parker, Venola Morgan, Peggy Grace Buyless, Karl Tyson, Charles Reeves, Lee Hinton, Joe Johnston. Jay D. Gaulden, Kills Martin. Maxine Burnett, Margaret Turner, Noble Wright, Eddy Smith, Frances Hamlett, Ruth Boyd. Nancy McClurc. June Dulaney, Clara Mc...

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