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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 14, IDH4 page three STAFF DIRECTORY, TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. 19.14 SI MMER SESSION 1111111 innim mi iuniijiinii Miss Jeaaio Acker H< Mim Claim* Adama . Mr G. K. Adkina Mim Anna Alford Mrs. Catherine S. Allen Mrs. Corrie W. Allen Mim Mary Anderson Economics Library High School Dem. School High School Dem. School Music Mi« Ursula Aumtf' Phys. Education Dr. Karl E. Ashburn Minn Anw Ayneaworth Mis« Dorothy Babb Mr. Amo* Barksdale Dr. J. Horace baits Mian Gladys Bates Miss Grace Becker Mr. Roy Bedichek Mi * Eleanor Benners Dr. S. A. Blackburn Mr. J. E. Blair Miss Way man K. Blythe Mr. D. Boyd Miss Annie G. Bradley MiM Lottie Brashears Dr. Harold Bvenholts Dr. E. C. Brodie Economic* High School Dem. School Mathematics History . Asst. Registrar Dem. School Physical Ed. Art Ind. Ed. Education English Bus. Mi>r. West Ward Library ..Education English Mr. J. N. Brown Foreign Lang. Mr. Robert Bussard Mimeograph Mr. Robert Caldwell Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1934

KOl-'K THE CAMPUS CHAT. liEN'TOM, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 14. IM4 Basketball Teams Draw up Schedule For Summer Term MARY AM)EN'S REORGANIZE FOR SUMMER of the WISE COVNTY TEAM WINS FROM VAN ZANDT, 28-8 Bfj.nl WIM In an *xhiMtk« game play*4 it Kathrvn ilauruM f"w,nt>' U*rn ^ ** place at Batty l-eonard defeated the Van J*. |* Miloo| nfjW Zandt bounty team, -*. ban were introducod "rh* magnificent hitting, superb In Um organisation Mary Ardeas. aboat fifty f< Tournament to Get t'nder WayLrt#idad in At 7:30 Wednenday _h„ 4ll ifl „t.„. ZIZ Zandt ' ounty • • • I4BCVWII, wfifi i not in nfHwi nmti ,A „ . , li4 _ Evening Tha former members were introduced TfSS . f S*' to tha flub. Among the~ •«. Jim,,, P'*h'"« sod ..pliant fleWag on b«th At the basketball meeting held Wilson from liallan and a graduate Tuesday earning tile following «ma- „f Teacher* Collage, who a* a special tie* van represented and entered gvtmt ot evening. tearna in the tournament: Wiss, for summer officer* we* Young, V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1934

THE CAMPU VOLUME XVIII NOKTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 21. 1984 NUMBER 33 I EDUCATORS TO APPEAR AT T.C. SUPERINTENDENT WOODS AND DR. MYERS OF N. Y. DUE NEXT WEEK Two speaker* of note have been obtained by Dr. W. J. McConnell. President of the College, to address the students in called assemblies on Tueaday and Wednesday of next Senior Notice! It is imperative that all sen- iors who exjM-ct to graduate at the end of the nummir session have their degrees checked by the registrar at the earlieat pos- sible moment. This is the last call. B. B. Harris. Dean of the College. SURVEY OF ANIMAL LIFE IN LAKE DALLAS REVEALS STRANGE FACTS OOOOOOO000oooooooooooo.ooop, Notice! New Teachers Bus. Ad. Assists Added To Art ABOuNpl*! Students to Make Department 8En?BNTiFi3> found*1 ,S0T Life Successful THESE WATERS BUDGET ASKS FOR RESTORATION OF SALARY LEVELS PRESENT TO BOARD $250,000 ASKED FOR NEW LIBRARY BUILDING FOR COLLEGE IN BIENNIUM REQUEST Superintendent L. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1934

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DINTON, TEXAS, THUB8DAY, JUNE tl, 1SS4 r The Campus Chat =n MHUM fer State Class Mail Mstt.r 8, lilt this way, folks! with truatt meradith THEY STAND OUT Mar«arette Garriaon Charlie #muk Mntnan a — f aetas I w *' 1 "nj I4w*IH jtto cliancw bis hi* major the MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION In* pi mi by Beatrice M. Barry's poem, TO- mUmm eaw him IGHT, which ends, I trouble, in fact, h* "I^ov® me tonight." roarerned stoat tto asrrisa station coram; and if she speaks, her law, Dr. Jack Johnson, head of the eeo- NIGHT, which ends. 1 me ; __ Franklin P. Adam*, in hi# COLUMN BOOK. I of which to Is ssls owner and oparator throaty presents a three-stanaa poem which ends, than to ti about anything else at the «rf ami admired CHANGE IS MADE |*" IN ECONOMICS ZS. known „ «« of N* .Mo.. COURSE PLANS THUS SOUS of atilitiea rataa study, will art as analyat in preparing for tto Federal Dr. A. C Duval, of tto University commiMion the data which their of Texas e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1884 PAGE THREE HISTORIC FILM church brings WAroCTDnrc IXISTERS™om SHOWS STRlrt lubbock here 'E. G. ROBINSON AND KAY FRANCIS STAR IN A TRUST WA "I Loved a Woman," a Pirn Na- tional release featuring Edward ti. Robinson, Kay Francis and Genevieve Tobin, will be the picture on tbe pro- K-ram Saturday evening in the Audi- torium. The picture covers one of the most momentous periods in the develop- ment of the nation, from the nineties down to the present, a period fraught with revolutionary changes in poli- tical, social and economic conditions. It presents the outstanding events of the time, including the scramble for contracts during the Spanish Ameri- can War and the prosecution by Pres- ident Theodore Roosevelt of certain meat barons for the sale of embalm- ed beef' to the American Army. It pictures the battle for supremacy of great commercial giants, backed by untold resources, the formation of the 3eef Trust and its final dissolu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1934

PA OK rou* THE CAMPOS CHAT. DENTON. TIIAS, THURSDAY, JUNE SI, J#M THE EAGLE'S EYE 1 Ll "i*1 The county Intramural baafcetbaU a* to the outc* ia wall under way at this time —■ and Um boy* ar« havin* lota of aport j Seaae of the HOBO SWIMMERS PL AS MEET WITH UNIVERSITY PARK I of Um 4-pm The Hobo Swimming Ctah r* raa*nt* the tollege to aequatic •porta, will meet U a swimmer* of a*. University Park hare the Wth at Dm and fan Ml of it. Jnat yet it la too able to fat tn laat week'* pa par, and C<dle«e | ol. early to mak* any prediction* aa to whom wa cannot afford to inula*; Cos* Prsaru •* H" the osteoma, aa there hasn't been a >n our campus arc i **"•" eapect* tht Cniveraity '**'* team, aa yot. able to mtiatar fttll J. D. Ktovall, formar Baylor Uni Swimmer* to furnish hard rnmpe attach m the floor at aay eae Urn*. varsity track atar, aad warn head tition awl i>. putting bin ehargee Wa ws«M aay that when the aeimdaie coach at Mineral Walla hi*h aekooi through daily workout*. *eta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1934

CAMPUS CHAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1934 NUMBER U human service work of leader WOODS SAYS THE SALARY IMPORTANCE IS SMALL "Salary pules into insignificance in comparison with tin- service given lo humanity." Stat* Superintendent L. A. Woods declared in a speech deliver- ed in the College Auditorium Tuesday moi iv><ir. Therefore, rest is runt, arrf the teacher who does not advance h'w- self by taking college or university in- st ruction is rusting as he rcata. Under I Mvt nt requirements making it nac- essaiy for the teacher to complete 12 semester hours every three yearn, pub- lic instruction in Texas will avoid, to a great extent, the danger of rust- Ulrf." Concerted Action Superintendent Woods stressed '.he importance of concerted and united aetioi. in the work of curieulum build- ing and revision, and expressed the hope that teacher attendance in school this summer would derive a workable curriculum devised l y pupil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1934

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE M, 1 M ■w The Campus Chat Published hp Wadsals of tkt North Texas Oafea*, Deatoa, Tom Ckt Catered a* Second Claa* Mail Matter at tbt Poetofflee at limtoa, Titti, " December I, 1 W MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Associate Editor A« i*tant Editor Rusine** Manager Hfwww Wilkemon Kenneth E. Smith Bryant Wilson Shelby FfeWtpe J. D. Kali. Jr. REPORTERS: Mary Jo Slaughter, Paul Wester-man, Malile Wright, John Minga, Clarence JmmrU, Alvin Irby. anrl Charlie Cox folks! this way, 0 another booh column { with truett meredith A itudent ha* w-!"1 ><> uh that the park Jtessa== Prometheus, The @U er cBoj Kennelk L 5mitli §* ^j 5EI3a mk of the Titan* who tartioa dam* §* ■ EXTENSION COURSES All teacher* who wi«b to take ! tension courses neat session gam* or Waxahaehts are meat tha undersigned at t 9mmT nmmimr. June H at i J. E. Blair Director of Extension NOTICE! There are stiU a few studeat «res> .t sitter u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUN* 28. HH PAGE THREE Organization of! Girls Sports For Summer Finished Ardens Announce EDITOR URGES THA T STUDENMm- ..I j give support Summer Programs I "To those interested in creative For Entire Term ! writiag, the Avesta offer, a splendid CLOTHING AN to CANNING HAVE r „ . . _ BEEN ON SHOW Is Married In Verna Compere Miss Mary Sweet FORMER STUDENT Talks to C. L. C.'s OF THE COLLEGE At Club Meeting WINS AN AWARD ten*I published will be eligible for txwn compiled by the Mary Arden „( the home economic* department! Marlin on June ) to J. R. Odell of competition in U e contest sponsored Club and submitted for publication. --TML by the Intercollegiate Press Asso- They will be given below in their res ciation which is to be held at Hunts pective order. One exhibit, that of children's Chicago, according to word received clothing, which is now being dis- here. playeii in the corridor of the third The single ring service uniting the Wednesday eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1934

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, MENTOM. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2S, 1884 Dr. Harris Asks Cooperation Of "A I SENIORS ELECT ^ fr||fi>«Kn0g Af NEW OFFICERS 1 l i ? ^ W T. T. (inference A tk I|MM flp mm. m*0m Advanced Pupils iii/SLf .t&TS - 1 Science Lecture Rom laat evssiinjt aaiors and «niori who es- t f o'clock. At Um mm* time C Vinitor Name — (Continued from page 1) and IcarniftK aa lywyimw. They certainly an not. A ad book learning, Aft in Booklet :,r." 'I* M>' THE EAGLE'S EYE By Charl e Cos 1 Courses on NRA- < Continued from 1) Attract. of the the It Uwrtfnn gometry ha* bean making a atudy of the Public Utilities of Texas, and «s- modern education. NOTICE . Physical sdnaatisa 2MB. our Chollie, who was too light ma pwtn to ptiHish a book Mln w t necessary for which la Basketball Coaching, will <or Southw-st conference play. this subject in the next year or two. peet to he 'n school and nummcr of )rvjin«<!ift!«fy to Dr. Mftttlim *nd i cho*tn m •«cr«i*ry • tr*a*ur* r mak...

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

VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY IS, 1984. NUMBER 36 i I i- THE SCHOOL TEACHER'S UTOPIA IS FOUND BY A FORMER T. C. STUDENT TEXAS OFFICIAL PANAMA OFFERS MAKES SPEECH PLEASANT WORK Pianist ALLRED INDICATES BELIEF THAT EDUCATION HAS SUFFERED ENOUGH AND GOOD PAY HODGES ON LEA VE James V. Allred, Attorney General of the State of Texas and a candidate for the governorship, spoke briefly in a called assembly Wednesday morn- ing. Allred indicated his belief that the educational system of Texas has suf- fered enough from the reduction of expense* program? that have been carriad on in the State. "There have been eno-.igh painful economics in the direction of our educational system," he said. "In order to carry on the standards instigated by our fore- fathers, we must keep the present system intact." Allred was introduced by Jack Johnson of the economics department. Other guests present were Judge John Speer of Denton, J. G. Ulmer of Ty- ler, a mem...

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

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY it. 1VU The Campus mtllllif lp OMMa of Mw DM * * State Teacher* flollage, Denton, T«H Campus Chat Entered as Second Claas Mail Mat tar at the Faetofflee at Dan ton, Tow, 1 Dm ■!II I, 1916 MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOM,ZGfAT* PRESS ASSOCIATION Associate Editor Assistant Kditor Business Manager %hmt Loin Wilkeraon Kenneth E. Smith Bryant Wilaon Shelby Phillip** J. 0. Hall. Jr. KEPORTKRH: Mary Jo Slaughter, Paul Weeterman. Noble Wright, John Minga, Clarence Jaeggli, Alvin Irby, and Charlie Cox J this way, folks! 0 another boot column 0 with truett mer«dith Ttie (3koHer qFJ ox Kennetk E. 5 mith •if BH ' i n I hat ia off to Bah Marquu and Band for supplying the lar- j dow in a j Choke I placard saying, "Yaur Bryant Wilaon haa hia own private We art aaaily pleased here at T. C. If we can't ^ ____ 'have rain, which we want at present. we are ||,Mt niarHt audience of tha , raaaonably content with snow, or hail, or wind, MMOn wtth on(, nf th<...

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

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 12, l#IW. PAGE THREE I New Library Books Offer Wide Selection for Varied Tastes of Students' Recreational Reading Club Organized By Students of . . Administration Play IS Aim Of Growth Through YUCCA PICTURES C. L. C. Initiateh CX.C. Announces Program Plans Since the observance 1WM of tile 60,000th have 1,571 Nursery School BY MARGARET CRAWFORD Helping youngster* to grow addeii to the >"*r: and Dr. L. A. Sharp, aponaor. through play and aiding them in The School Administration Club, j organised laat term, haa elected the ; following officer*: A. M. Tunnel!, March 5, president; Jamas Jarratt. vice-press* i, there dent; Charley Rice, secretary- trees- TO BE MADE OF SUMMER STUDENTS Student* in the College attending only during the summer and teaching 28 Pledges In Club Ceremony TALKIES BOOST ATTENDANCE AT PARK PROGRAMS The Current Literature Club held its Anyone doubting the popularity of initiator ceremony June 27, in the talking pictur...

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

THURSDAY, JULY 12, li THE CAMPUS CHAT. DINTON. TEXAS, PAGE POUR seniors! juniors. sophomores! frkshmkn! mi Student# of the Colie#*- who are planning U at- tend only daring the nununer* or who will not be in school the first semester of the 1984-96 session: You Will Want Your I'ktare in the 19.15 YUCCA "He Fouled Me," Cries Doc Hayes As Brother Donkey firmly Kicks Him on Shin During Hectic Game we will be losing you soon. t be will „ from our live* without leaving some sort of record remember you You can' Help ua to lling to simply vanish r of r and when you become famous we will want to point your picture out to our friends. Junior*: confidentially, you're just as important to os as the seniors. Help us out and we'll see what other compliments we can think up. HaphomoreM: it has long been our opinion that all sophomore* are good sport* and can be counted on to co-operate How about it? Freshmen: you're the salt of the earth, we've heard. We challenge you to prove it. The YUCCA in YOL...

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

THECA VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19. 1984 NUMBER 36 : a ■ " 1 ■ ■ Texas Centennial Pageant Date Is August 14 String Trio Ends Fine Art Program For This Summer Hilger Sis.em Refognistd As Foremost Women's Trio Itefore Public An the last fine art# number for the summer. the Hilger sisters, a string trio, will be heard tonight at 8:15 in the Auditorium. Admission will be by activity ticket. Father a I'aiuter The father of the three Viennese artists was an artillery offici i in the Austrian army and «a* partially ac- tive during the World War lie was a painter of note, hi* works being pur chased by the Kmperor of Austria and King George of England. This talent for painting has been inherited by Maria, violinist of the trio. Klsa, cell'st of the trio, who is con- sidered by many the foremost woman cellist in the world, started her nm ■■ cnl career at the age of eight with the violin, receiving instruction from the world famous podm.'o-f...

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

tkflt, TWO THE CAHPtTS CMAT YWt'M&AY. JI LT I#. 1W4 1 i \ The Campus Chat . i >« this way, folks! troett The C0ox §| f K* ***** l TK*r^>LL«HAT* Editor Aaaociete Editor Kennath K. Swfch AiurtiUnt E4itor Bryant Wikm B-^maaa Manager fihftlfef Fhiliipa Wftmmm J & Hall. if REPORTER* Mary Jo Slaughter, Peal Waterman NoM* Wright. John Xtlfi, AhiK Iffey. Jaunsta Hodafaaugh, James Raidwin, Marga/e* f rawford '"hariie Cox. *r4 4<m* Guarding W«'v* fwM * haek fall of Mil! (fight* Ernest Heir.mgway afeoukl have miJ hu took EL TOlO GETS HOT ft- stead -if MATH IK THE AFTERNOON TT latter tHI* aeeadb too much like * marter mys- tery M— «H thucgmt for this week AcmmUm t/, maatery awl overcome thing* of tirffx<My for if ym observe '-hi- left hand tor *-*t' 'if prartlc u> inaignificant anil folk* ■ ii ■ . i a £ J! ir-,- • r— '—r -- a* -at 4*. '*fc s*' a a tyjwn■ ' 'I «rr<*r t'l tea'. a wfee* jR ««(4 .& wwl pi*-.. m 'at '.'.a* fee* • * ptftM** www $*• g*rk out tat 1 t* «#•*...

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

THE CAMPUS GHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 1 , 1834 PAGK TUNIS Seniors Plan Social Activities For Remainder of Summer at Class Meeting Tuesday Night on Campus Announcements LOST ARTICLES In case you find an article which wan apparently lost by a girl it should be taken to the l ean of Women's of- fice. All article- of uncertain owner- ship should be turned in at the Dean of Men's office, A number of thing* have been found this summer; if you can identify them, you may have them by culling at the Office of the Dean of Women. Edith L. Clark Dean of Women T. J. Fouts Dean of Men STDKNT TEACHING All students who expect to do student teaching during the long ses- sion of 1034-1935 or the summer <>f 1035, come to my office between the hours of 1 to 3 p. m. Bin! make appli- cation as soon as possible. Signed: J. C. Matthews SENIORS In order for graduating wniors who have entered school thi* term to have a chance to get invitations, the Busi- ness Manager has set the date of July ...

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

&- ESIfsiiilil' US E way will training THE EAGLE'S EYE •jr Chart!* Cm Wall folk*. the Unit half la mm and will be berk hers in time fer and the ser nd term ia well undei If it had rained Mid cooled off before this last half we bdim at Please obeer s the ng*s aroaad the lea*', half of those who want heme tennis courts and do an they say. Oar would Have stayed with us But be courts are now bain* pot in first etam an H may, yuu folk* that have more condition so let's cooperate and keep nerve thai: the oaw wh< left, watch them so. Several have noticed playing yourselves and k*ep your chin up. It tn hard soled boes. Let's don't let is vary tempting to forget good nat- it happen again. ure and berome crabby. So waUth yourself. Invitation* have bean Mnt oat to IK men to attend the training camp We are glad to welcome back "Babe" which will .tart September 10. Ten Cameron for the lait nil weak*. Babe toy* latter the team will journey on took hi* degree ,n the summer of *32. Oaita* *n...

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

THE CAMPU VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 26. 19H4 NUMBER 37 ENGLISH MAJORS PROVE POPULAR IN THIS COLLEGE HISTORY SECOND SCALP DANCE IS GIVEN IN T. C. P. REGARDED BY INDIANS AS RITUAL OF RELIGIOUS BELIEF COMPARISON WITH NEEDS OF THE FIELD MADE BY . PLACEMENT SERVICE The matter of finding a major ha* always been more or lean botheraome to students who have followed the path of enlightenment into the institu- tion* of higher learning, but record* of thia College «how that 2.8U3 of these problem* have been successfully solved. At least there have lieen 2.89:1 degree* granted from this College since 1919 through June, 1984. Of these majors, that of English has been the most popular, and leads it* nearest contestant by a margin of over 200. Upon investigation it is found that 637 people have consider- ed the worthiness of the cause of English and have directed their way* accordingly. History is the second subject of importance in the eyes of...

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

PAGE TWO TMi: CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY M, 1M4 g he (Campus Chat Published Dp: ftete Teachers CiBh the North T< Campus Chat Entered as Second CJaas Mail MatWr at the Pcmtoffiee at Dwton. Texaa, Die—h«r «. IMS MEMHKH TEXAS I NT ERCO LLEOI ATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Asaociat«* Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Sponsor REPORTERS: Mary Lois Wilkerson Kenneth E. Smith Bryant Wilson Shelby Phillip* J D Hal). Jr. Jo Slaughter. Paul Westerrnan, Noble Wright. John Mings, Aiviit Irby, Jaunita Hollabaugh, James Baldwin. Margaret Crawford. Charlie (ktx, and Jena Gerding. r this way, folks! % another book column % with truett maradith ❖ Tlie (§liaHer (3ox Kenneik L 5miik THEY STAND OUT CHARLEY WOODS harky Wood* may be just Char DENTON GIRARD Garland Inmon wanU to ba a printer, r and he is in a fair way of looming one. Ha spend* just about all of hia K . . . . ^ ... . „ . „ .ley Wood it to you. but he is Mr. Char- one. He spend* juat about all of hta says he named „ I...

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