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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1937

iMwmnimm Lioas T§ hvade Decatur Toaorrow The Demonstration High Lions will take their llrst roud trip of the season Friday night when they will invade the home field of the strong Decatur eleven. The Liona and Terrell Prep School battled at Eagle Field in a scoreless tie la.it Friday night. The Lions, however, had the edge on Terrell in yardage gained and first downs. The Lions trained a total of ail yards while Terrell netted only UHV* yards. The Lions made X first downs while the Ter- rell team was held to 3. The starting line-up for the Lions Friduy niirht will be ns fol- lows: Melton and George, ends; Littrell and Killian, or Christmore, tackles; Pierce and Karnes, guards; Buntyn, cenU-r; Coffey and Reece, halfbacks; Shires, quarterback; Willoughby, fullback. Demonstration of Puppet-Making Is, Set for Wednesday A demonstration of the making and manipulation of puppets will be Riven by Frank Mitchell next Wednesday, Oct. 29, from I until 2 o'clock in the library auditorium. The d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1937

TBI CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER >1. IfctT PAGE THRSE Botlcs and Equipment of Dr. Albert R«th, Scientist, Gven to College Johnson Announce* L. B. Morris la Program for Adult Author of Article Education Section In Sports Magazine >&homs of Wife of Eminent Scholar And Article Describes Taxonomist Placed in Museum; Include (Graduate's Work 97 Personal Notebook* and 18 Rare in Sanskrit. In Art and Music J5U ( of wh tK- books and personal lent belonging to Rath, internationally taxonomist and seholar «ad every printed language i Japanese and Chinese, have hren to the College by his it vii announced this week, donation* include 1# rare « in Sanskrit and 87 of Dr. personal notebooks, contain- i owr translation? from the 1 Sanskrit. ddition. Mrs. Ruth has sold College three hooks so rare ■ far aa is known here no f volumes are for sale: re de Humboldt et Bon- ' 1820. and two copies of Genera et Species Planta- 1817 and 1821. These books (seeding!? precious to col-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1937

Tooth and Nail Battle in Abilene Against McMurry Ends in 0-0 Tie Aerial Attacks B y r* j , i . ■ m Both Machine* Mark trosh Urtdsters Meet Junior Aggies Friday dame By LEE HINTON Coach Jack Sisco's Katfles Sat- urday afternoon at Abilene hut - tied tooth and nail with a stub horn McMurry Indian eleven for sixty minutes with neither team ahle to hit pay dirt and v ith the melee ending in a 0-0 deadlock. The result, however, is no indi- Ition of the nerve-wracking thrills hat studded the game from begin- Tii..k to end. Due to the vuunted passing attack boasted by both jnachinos, the game took on the pects of an aerial encounter fin; the very outset with Co-cap- t in Lanier "Shorty" Hester uutehing his good right arm against the slinging of Johnny jlrookshire, fiery little Indian acri- I tosser. Final game statistics howed that the stocky Eagle quar- ter had a considerably higher hurl- ng average over his notable adver- ,ny, having had 10 completions (QA( H SISCO'S EAGLES ulked up out ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 October 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1987 f-'.-i WR'1 ■! ■t f ; 8jv.-"0 n. Pvsii &' i Ki, - w IML a Fraternities and Sororities On Campus A nnounce Pledges Campus Hones Play Big Part In j Social Activities Monday night marked the ac- ceptance of pledgee at fraternity and sorority meeting.- on the Cam- pus as pledging activities got un- der way for the semester. The acceptance of pledge* by the various social club* came after the (tending out of bid* following voting on rushees, which was the main feature of club meeting* Monday night, Oct. 11. kaghlir pledges are annoi ncei) The Kaghlir pledges Bobby Holliinan. B.-rneal Beard. Lillian Wield run. Mildred Freeman, Edythe Kockenbaugh. KlixaU'th Crow, Kay Throckmorton, Ernestine Green and Ayune Mackey- received a first taste of pledgeship Monday night when they attended their firm fraternity meeting at the Kc.ghlir House at 908 Sycamore. The e girls are active in other clubs on the C ampus. Bobby Holli- man is a mem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 October 1937

Your Pep Will Help the Eaglet Win ^ <Ehr Campus 41 VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 28, 1#87 ^ — lllll Historical Collection Opens Its Doors in New Locatic Annual Halloween Carnival To Be Held Tonight in Park —♦ * Naui Ti Exhibit in T. C. Hittoriral Collection a ■ • a a « . f shou" Hi't'r"of Sea Tr<uu">rtmti°* Public It Invitocfa To Be Used In o ;Tv ml Game Friday SeeCoUegeMuieum IMOTES From The DAY'S NlWS M. c . .* PEACE PIPE-MMOKING NOW THIN<; OK PAST 1 i t 4 it. c> w HI te 111! at ei y t MRS. ROOSEVELT (JETS INEXPE'TED ANSWER By EVELYN MeGU'GHY FOR FEAR THAT the nine power conference, which meets in Brussels Saturday, is planning to lock the stable door, Japan is try- ing to get the horse successfully stolen before that time -and seems to be succeeding. Most of Shangahi was left in the hands of the Japanese yester- day, when Chinese troops, trapped by a furious Japanese onslaught, withdrew from Kiangwan and re- treate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 October 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 2ft, 1987 .. ...J. ... .. .. - . , . L The Campus Chat They Stone Out t. ISIS. With the Exes eoBecumoN rates, delivered by mail jmr 11.00 ntH furnished on application. Right to decline My advertisement ia reserved. (MSaa Manual Art. 107 Telephone 1X42 1997 Member 193S ftstocialpd Cblefticfe Press member OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief ALONZO JAMISON JR ASSISTANTS on this issue Joe Hullum. Frances Taylor, Marion Sharp. Clyde H «ath, B. C Robert- son, Byron Curtis. Bill Parker, Venola Morgan. Pegry Grace Bayless. Karl Tyson. Charles Reeve*. l<ee Hinton, Joe Johnston. Jay I) Gaulden, Ellis ROUND ASH ROUND HE GOES . . bl'T WHERE HE STANDS. NOBODY KNOWS . . . That'* SAM SIMKES for you ... (Or anybody that want* him. for that matter). Not that we mean Sam i* a "Rounder" . . . not hy any mean* . . it'* just that he'* always around, fill! of fun. « trood word for everyone, and ri|tht and ready for anything that'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 October 1937

Ck* 'U;>CW'VT PKf T, OCTOBER M. Mil Houston Lumberjacks Upset Eagles With 6-6 lie in Conference Opene *4 I \ The North Texas Kuirles mailt' an inauspicious ilehut in the Lone Star Conference race Saturday af- ternoon at Nacogdoches, when a hefty and light mi; crew of lium- lierjacks slipped up on the vaunted Katies, conference titleholders, and surprised the local school to the tune of a li-ti lie. The whole tale of the battle cat) not Ik' told merely by the score, for it was North Texas' Kan' all the way except in the t oik .down department. The Ea- gles amassed a total of eleven firsts to one for the Axemen and kept the hall in 'Jack territory throughout the contest. A notice- able lack of goal line punch was evident, for on more than a half dozen occasions the Katies drove .to within scoring distance only to lose the ball hy ragged play. Neither team was able to score throughout the lirst half, with North Texas making numerous bids to dent the scoreboard. On the Eagles' first ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 October 1937

THE CAMPUS ( > \ PKX A4>. w F <1 *37 Th MEM \,T! ave tl I kill, popul quaki htly ■ the • i int« ever • am. h the e Shi the h> lis ai Spa hie * nine < to I tier > Brtti Twelve All-Colleges ScheduledGe^a^iM , For Remainder of School Year GridSeaa mm ' epresentative I 1*1.; i b Twelve All-College dances are •chedulfd for the remainder of the school year. The schedule this week was released by the Dance Committee whjch i* composed of Nancy Harris, freshman; Barney Wray, sophomore; Aurelia Ru- waidt, junior; Kermit Elani, sen- ior; Jack Jouette, Beta*; Jack Holladay. Talons; Paul Hancock. Trojans; Herbert Bra<lford, Geex- les; Harris Denton, Pi Phi's; Mel- ba A bell. Phoreffs; and Sylva Barnes. Kaghlir*. Deans Theron J. Fouls and Edith L. Clark as- sist the committee. The schedule is as follows: November 6 Kaghlirs November 20 Geezles November 2.'1 Pi Phi's December 4 Talons December 1" Trojans March 5 Phoreffs March 19 Sophomore Class M> SO Betas Ap .. 9 Freshman...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 November 1937

vith a the M. rsday i-\ i*nt of t tut ion a ih Ik-n(i Seni Venial li onsors, a wh i if De hour th n pour la ii! w a bowl chrysi 'hit«- be: "Ik*' ami w ool Mice nonst rai nomin.-i i for p It of it, H. ii I .■ vice-pi rothy Ml I k if th i «<lv III 4 t e Deadline Extended One Wee ftudents Hear Plans For "Open Meteorite! U L a. — -- T ■■■« *4 I al Here Nar. 15 louse" At College November 20th Topic of Tdk Here Monday MOTES From Th« K\*S NtWS {DAN xter ;tt im m, SKW DEALERS HAPPY M T \MMANY DEFEAT M VKXES. FINED. SAY THEN ARE INNOCENT 'llli; APPLE' TOO BIG FOR MIDGET 4 | |t> EVELYN McGAl'GHY THAT THE DEMOCRATS CAN 11.1. WIN was a fact if which sident Roosevelt is positive, told Hyde Park citizens at a Students in the College heard plans for 11 giant all-Campus "Open House" here on November 20 at a called assembly in the Auditorium Monday morning. Invitations to at- tend the "Open House" are being sent this week to all ex students of the College who live within a convenient traveling...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 November 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON', TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1987 Campus Chat mUt dirlif Um eoUege year by the • North Tom State Teachers Collage, clam Mil it Um poet office at 8, 1916. With the Exes Bookorrw . . • N RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL $1.00 furnished on Application. Right any advertisement ia reserved. Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1842 IM7 Member 9J tasocidted CoBc'6talo Press MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor-in-Chief ALONZO JAMISON JR ASSISTANTS on this issue: Joe Hullum. France* Taylor, Marion Sharp, Clyde Heath. **. C. Robert - aon, Byron Curtis. Bill Parker, Venola Morgan, Peggy Grace Bayless. Earl Tyson, Charles Reeves. Lee Hinton, Joe Johnston, Jay D. Gaulden, Kllis Martin, Maxinc Burnett, Margaret Turner, Noble Wright, Eddy Smith, Frances Humlett. Ruth Boyd, Nancy McClure, Jane Dulaney, ("'tain McSwoen. Clara Blackwell. Ray Edwards, Era May Lain, Vir- ginia Leeper, Ilah Moody. Evelyn McGaughy, Bowen Evans, Dave Threadgill, Marian Gibson, Ada Mac Knijpht....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 November 1937

THE CAMPUS CH >, xN O' :r l U EAGLES UPSET KATS Hester, Vick Score In 13-6 Surprise Triumph By I EE HINTON ('ouch Jack Sisco's scrapping Eagles jumped right buck into the thick of the fight for the Ixine Star Conference flag chase Friday night when the local eleven upset the dope bucket to sweep aside a fav- ored Sam Houston Hearkat eleven by a 1H-0 score at Eagle field be- fore more than 3,000 spectators. Battling for a surviving place in the conference race and out to re- fS deem themselves of their humiliat- ing 0-0 tie ngainst Stephen F. Austin the previous week, the fighting Eagles displayed a brand of ball that was comparable with none of their previous half dozen * encounters. Hushing the Rearkats their feet in the first half, the Ragles, paced by the brilliant long- distance runs of Johnny Shoe- maker anil the line thrusts of Co- Captain Lanier 'Shorty* Hester and I. T James, terminated their offensive onslaught with a touch- down in the last minute of the first half. Aft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 November 1937

li •• , THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1987 KefHtira' All-Collo?* Will Groot Autum With Pumpkin, Cornstalk, Harvest Mo Calendar To Sponsor Girls' Taj Dance Another girls' tag dance is be- ing sponsored by the Forum Coun- cil in the Hnrriu Gymnasium on next Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. Admission will be twenty- live cents plus activity ticket. The College Orchestra will furnish mu- sic for the dance. 8. C. W. Club Will Hear Dr. Johnston Dr. Ola Johnston, professor of biology at the College, will lec- ture before the Science Club of the Texas Stair College for Women Monday night at 7:80 o'clock on "Some Evidences that Point to Man's Prehistoric Ancestors." The club meets in the T. S. C. W. Science Building. Autumn will be the theme for decoration at the All-College Dance sponsored by the Kughlirs, girls' social club, in the Harriss Gym Saturday night from nine till twelve o'clock. Floyd Graham and his Aces of Collegelatul will furnish music from stands of gold hung with red berries and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 November 1937

ng| WATCH THOSE TRINITY TIGERS the Chat r« of l> uiiil club, Brtain ruing, from prt'ni- Mrs. he rc- Snimii il the Hit Mau- Mary Ann Ter Alyno Dor in i Bu i Ma )LUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1937 NCTE§ From Tho DAY'S Nf WS OK NOTES THK DAY'S ON WAR DEATH REMOVES BALDWIN OK ENGLAND AND MR. SIMPSON DOES IT THIS TIME Curfew To Ring, Ex- Captains To Return For TC Open House Actreaa Aa Four of the Six Wive§ fe IN THE ORIENT, things are ppening m such rapid succession lit it keeps uk jumping to keep with the war Sitting back anil i |#c>ki'nr at the whole situation from ® "OWi rocking chair, we Ret the fol- Wing NOTES ON THE DAY'S 150 •=■ *R: laim 1H ANGH VI: The last remaining vith ug.iinese forces are driven from rio Shanghai at Japanese shock troops, he di-Supported by tanks and batteries and if machine guns, f're on the few mcntji ■enmining defenders along Zan- owiriu Creek. Determined to fight to Lilian jhe death for the city ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 November 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1987 The Campus Chat during the college year hy the «f th* North Tex** State Teachers College, ae —eoad daaa mail at the poet office at Tana, December 8. 1910. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL 9m callage year 91-00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to Seeli e any advertisement is reserved. Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 Thty Stand Out With the Exes 1957 Member 193® ftssociofed Colefticik? Press MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BOOK EDITOR Alonso Jamison, Jr. Hob McCloud William Parker Hy 1)1'DK NEVILLE JOUETTE'S THE NVME! Jack Jouette . . . the little feller, with the mole on his left shoulder (or, ho I've been told) . . . smokes a pipe . . . same sise of Jouette . . . Kits on a stool at Marquis Hall and winks at all the pretty girls! And they like it! Jack is a senior this year, hoping and praying to graduate in June; and after that . . . well, who knows, bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 November 1937

T*« CAMPUS CHAT, DRMTON, TRXAS, THURSDAY. NOVRMRRR tl. 1MT GLES SMEAR SAN MARCOS BOBCATS IV m. n<! )h i) htv *h. I «* itn 1th in- met Streaks 35 Yards |f*Jf H"™" u/. . t l j To Coapete In Winning Touchdown HY I.EE HINTON ut-h .lack Siseo's fighting i*s rose to now heights Fri- tiifjrht al Sun Marcos, when North Texas gridiron jug- ut rolled over the South- Texas Bobcats by a 10-3 in one of the fiercest and thrilling battles ever to lie off on a I-one Star Con cc turf. Sir.ashing lint' driven, crushing tackles and scintil- ; broken-field gallops by the is along with amazing pasa- dcptiiess on the part of the His were the primary fac- that Mill mske the 11137 i Texan San Marcos battle \\ ii in the Lone Star Con- _ce annalH as the greatest to ever have been enacted celt the two schools. (1 by the brilliant line drives broken field run* of the lie sophomore sensation, 1 T. ps, as nigh onto similar per- lances oil the part of Co-cap Lanier Hester and Johnny maker, the jriscomen pitted...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 November 1937

iff h I s Kffei' THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER U, 1W7 Now Social Wnk FgaturM Dane**. Partin.IJO Attend Coffee swor directs ' ' theatre offering CKili Hilt*, And Campftrg Picnic Of Miry Ard«n Club Sunday in greenville TH new social week begins to- n _ , • i i p-i P> <uy with the Troj«n pledge tum Reception Honors Flower Program taw the table* of the Campus so- New Staff Members Mere On Monday leal world by honoring members of that fraternity with a dance to- night. The week continues in full •wing with picnics, hikes, parties, • weiner roast, and house danccs slated for the seven-day period. The big event—an All-College is absent this week, and the so- cial campus is looking forward with eager hopes to the one Nov. Last Sunday morning the Mary Arden Club entertained with a coffee, at which member* of l>oth senior and junior organization were present. Doris Derden and Ruth Hawkins represented the Senior Marys in the receiving line, while Lois Ann Honoring...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 November 1937

North Texas Probable Liae-Up on Id 4 ill I II l! I ' frit on I | • Fr Jiiv |rtl\ ItrH' | V to ■tutu i I if i at Viek Left End Martin Left Tackle Collins Left (iuard Killiun Center Ricks Right Guard Dudley Right Tackle Burns Right End Hester Quarter Back James Left Half Reeves Right Half Repass Full Back JACK SISCO ■ ■ .""^ wm. ■ ■ « *. .,/ «<*. '.. • n<jg|i-'U<*fi >. r * -A felH^v ^ ^ - 14 w*v *vf * 1 m ' Z*rZ ftft £j** T 1 f '"^ K fi iM Owens Left Bad Lightfoot Left Tachle Hodge Left Guard Morphew Center Neal Right Guard Hudek .tight Ifcchle Pirkey Right End Taylor Quarter Back Garrison Left Half Montgomery Right Half Tuily Full Back WELCOME TO EX- TV DENTS, PARENTS H\\k Campus Chat UME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1937 EAGLES: TAME THOSE ETEX UON8 NUMBER ft Btor rJ | > r I | eui Ragles Meet Etex Lions In Championship Tilt As Highlight Of "Open House" For Parents And Exes I J 1 r I I wit! J wtl I1' ' I V 1 GLANCING OVE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 November 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 90, 1987 The Campus Chat iMkljr duriag the collet® year by the of the North Tou SUte Teachers College, aa second class mail at the post office at Tasaa, December 8, 1916. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BY MAIL Om college year $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 Well, today's the day they give the baby away. For a whole semester we've hail our collective Eagle eye on Nov. 20. and now it's here. Commerce ami all! MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE FRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BOOK EDITOR Alonzo Jamison, Jr. Bob McCloud William Parker REPORTERS: Byron Curtis. Ilab Moody, Earl Ty- son. Jane Dulaney, Happy Demere, Hazel Mason, Cecil B. Durham, Virjril Lipscomb, Durwood Hayes. R. L. Chapman, Peggy Grace Bayless, Nancy McClure, Dave Threadgill, M. K Carroll, Ray Edwards, Joe Hullum, B. C. Robertson, Ruth Boyd. Virginia Ijeeper, Je...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 November 1937

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER SO. 1M7 T. C Maters To Meet T.C.U. Here Tuesday Prepare For Tourney at W infield, Kan., On November 26 Twn Teachers Cnlli'irc debate teams will meet representatives of Texas Christian University in a practice tilt at fl:30 o'clock Tues- ilay night in Rooms 210-211 > f the Munual Arts Building, it is an- nounced. The question for debate will be the national Pi kappa Delta ques- tion, "Compulsory Arbitration of Labor Disputes." John Sullivan. William Wade Gordon Carpenter, and .lack Rob- bins will represent the College in the meet. One team will take the negative and the other the affirm alive side of the question. No de- cisions wdl be announced. The next meet for the debaters will lie the Southwestern Tourna nunt to be held at Winfield, Kan- sas, November 26. HOI.I) ItOOK WEEK Demonstration School held its Good Book Week Exhibit through Thursday, instead of on last Fri- day when the display was cancelled due to the Denton-Trinity...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 November 1937

Pender to Pay Tribute To Dr. Bruce at State Federated Ex Meeting ♦- Outstanding Lions Who Meet Eagles Here Today I. A. Stuart Also To Sjwdlr at Banquet Nov. M J. W. Pander, head of the gov- eminent department, will pay trib- al* to Dr. W H Bruce. president- emeritus of the Colleire at the an- nual banquet of the Fedc-ated Ex- ^tudents Association of the Teach- in College* of Texas which will «e held on Novemlrer at 6 p m.. n the Houston Club at Houston. The principal address will be elivered by Hon K A Stuart, resident of the Board of Regents eachers Colleges of Texas, on The Federated Association in Its elation to an Adequate Program >r the Teachers Colleges of Tex i." Col. W. B. Hates, member of >ard of Regents, will pay tribute Dr. H. F. Estill, president-emeri- of Sam Houston State Teach- s College "Profeasional Schools" will be tcusaed by Dr. H W. Morelock. eaident of Sul Ross State Teach- « College. Lee Gilmore. superintendent of let Wheeler Schools and president the Fed...

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