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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 July 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 26, 1 34 PAGE TH&EE PH^ S. ED. COURSES Art Department Wednesday Night Pi Phi Pi Club At Shady Shores PROVE POPULAR The Pi Phi pi MM'letV rntcrtamrd "" , , I ) members and their (uee «*a VARIETY OF COURSES OPEN wtUrnwIon feast and swimming party TO STUDENTS IN at Shady Shores Beach, Lake Dallas DEPARTMENT TK# Mar;.- Ardens were entertained After a short swim, watermelon was in the art rooms of Kenneth Hunt, servad to tht group by Bart Moore Phy"K'ml «• Iv.„ Johnson. Ronnie William., and and Fred Smotherman, who headed'''r"vv*ry P°Pul r wlth ,,r Kudolph Fuchs in the Manual Art* the arrangement committee. y hl* "un,m«r. according to T, 3. Jni ia , „ . . . _ rout*, head of the physical education Thefollowmgrnember, and guest* ,, tp enl attended E. B. Bums, (.lends Bevill, I _ . . , .. Buddy King, Ann. Mary Bevill, W. of J. Macf'ullum. Mildred Chastain, :*Um™r mr* *°ik N«t,on l Danc- Char.es Foster, La Verne Scott, <;U- ! b *_Cta* a«i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 July 1934

TIIE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 91. itS4 I THE EAGLE'S EYE By Charlie Cm eh talks EAGLE TRACK STARS ENTER TEXAS A. A. A. pg of basketball j J *«k Kiaco thai fall training ramp .raw, Van Unit t-ounty, will .tart Monday, September « in ft AC I champ*. ami a quintet of !Two drills will In l M daily, a# there TO nth 4 / MALL A a ikC* •tar* will ha pl*>rad will be oaly taa day* to gat th« squad Water Polo, New Kenneth E. Smith Aquatic Sport, Is Elected Next Provides Th; lis Newspaper Head (Continued from Page I) Memoirs of Chief Native of China Of Lee's Scouts Received Here Th<> ma a am* Intramtira Lm Wednesday night Van Zaadt's {in shape for their first MieounUff, \|{|ihY, WMJRK, HAWK. COL- Imeup could nut I* obtained, but we which will ho with the Mustangs in |,|NH, HASH, If AMU Y, NA- will Mwit you that they will have Dallas. HOR.H, IIAYS. III'HH TO « '<>*♦" «f veteran*. The fb|j| MM0f| ihtf K,gte„ wU, h«v„ KNTKK •|l-!itar "five" will be composed «f n(„# ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 August 1934

VOLUME XVIII NORfg fWLAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2. 1934. NUMBER Texas Centennial Pageant Progresses Rapidly f • CRAVENS TO DEVOTE A vesta Editors JULIA SMITH IS Ashburn Blames ENGRAVED INVITATIONS ARE FULL TIME TO FIELD WORK Accept New Copy PRESENTED IN (rime in Texas SENT STATE COMMITTEE AND OF EXTENSION DEPARTMENT Through Friday PIANO RECITAL On Court Laxity OTHER TEXAS DIGNITARIES EIGHTEEN CLASSES TENT A TIV ELY SET FIRST MEETINGS HELD IN FORT WORTH EIGHT YEARS AGO; HAS INCREASED CITIES QUALIFIED UNTIL LAST YEAR MORE The scope of the Extension depart- ment will be considerably widened for the 1034-1035 session by the addi- tion of Miss Mattie Ella Cravens as a full-time field worker, according to J. E. Blair, extension director. Minn • raven* ban withdrawn from the Eng- lish department, and will spend her full time conducting extension classes and working with the extension de- partment, and, as she will not have to return to Denton in time for cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 August 1934

PACK TWO THE * AMPtJS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, Tift RSDAY. nfGUST «. }•* — mimr " The Campus Chat it Il*ii *e*«w C«M—■, Campus Chat Kntered aa Socood Claaa M ail Mattaf at Um Poatafice at Denton, Tex December 1, 10!« MKMRKK TEXAS INTEROOLLKGfATE PRESS ASSOCIATION lx>i* Wilk rHon Kenneth E. Smith Bryant WHaon Shelby Phillip* J. D. Hull. Jr. Jo Slaughter, Paul Wright, John Mings, Aivin Irby, Jaunita Hollabaugh, J amen Baldwin, Margaret Crawford. Charlie Cox, ami Jess Curding. ■■■* Editor Associate Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager sponsor REPORTERS: Mary Westerman, Noble this way, folks! # another book column # with truett meredith TU @Ufcr cB Kernel- £ 5ir>dli OX THEY STAND OUT DENTON GIRARD Another e eetion m over and every- body <«n settle down for a Ittti** re t say about a day and then thing* wilt «art ixippmir again. Wouldn't it • wre to •«•«* • bit if scenery attain "CHARGK IT" by Irving Bachellor. Foreword It may interest, if it fine- not comfort, the reader to kno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 August 1934

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1934 PAGE THREE Churchmen Call For Services of C % original one- act play given before c. l. c.'s Clavton Potter Hume VIUJ tun I UllCI Mf |>r Stoktfr |>ancr At <i ounlr> Club Perseverance Wins, or /low I Gained My Success on the Chat, As Told To SEZ YOU" PALS IN UNDER-SEA SCREES PANIC Local Student lake* up Duties With First Christian JMMi Church 'layton L. Potter. a senior in the College. ha* been appointed by the official board of the First Christian Church in thin city to the poxition of acting pantor. The appointment was made Monday evening, and he will begin hi* duties immediately, pending the selection of a permanent pastor *ome time in the future. Ordained in li 83 Potter was ordained in the Spring of 1933. and has been a student in the College here since 1 31. He plans to enter T.C.U. this Tall where he will work on his Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Arts darrein. He suc- ceeds, for the time being, W. K. Viv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 August 1934

MM?: " ——- - - - - fllE CAMPUS CHAT, UENTOM, TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 2, 1MM PAGE rOUR THE EAGLE'S EYE By Char) I* Cm J B toy Pariah who has <"harg of ;«Mp Mac t«u#h( WOOD MX COACHUS f aad Wichita Falla* in the lead. Th* UUH ar« not «%M <||B,;lii*!pl th* though just • student i *isnmt of the season and it i Ui in the Call*** « . *•* «• *>"• th'« th*' Shorty is *libin* hi* def «t mm «T ** mm tmmkmm nHw Ba i irt aa— *f M* «w by tiwr AIJUT MOKKIHK. TEX AS I . in the Southwest. erudition graduated instead «f re-i STAR. IS MEMBER OF NEW Fighting for the f r*t time in Ben roaming the r**t of the summer u, j TEAM rietta, Te*a . Pariah fought mrtm play ball, some of ther are taking f battle* Wianlag « out at Ml on more work so they may graduate. | a boat twelve men are reporting AQUATIC SPORT DHAWIMiMOKE INTEREST HERE • In 1IH12 be took on fete Brown for the world* middleweight champion hip at Taylor, Tww In t#l<S attain met Brown this time at Beau* moot In 1 2; I'arriah wrestled I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 August 1934

VOLUME XVUI NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9. 1984 NUMBER McCONNELI. GOES TO TC MEETING DR. HILL OF CANYON HOST TO PRESIDENTS AND BOARD RECENTS Mr. W. J. McConnell. president of the Co.'lege, toft yesterday for Canyon, where he wi I attend a business mat- ing of the President# of the Teachers Colleges and the Board of R«grnt . this week-end. Thi* if a regular quar terly meeting and is to lw held at the West Texas State Teachers Col- lege with President J A. Hill a* the host. The first day of the me-ting will I" devoted to the business of the Council of President*. On the succeeding day* the buslines* of the Hoard of Regents and the Presidents of the Teacher* Colleges wil he taken up. While in Canyon. the group will la- honored with a trip to the Palo Dura Canyon. On Friday a luncheon will be given in their honor by the home economics department of the Col.ege there. In the evening a picnic supper will lie given on the lawn of the President'* home...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 August 1934

THE CAMPUS THAT. DENTON, TEXAS, THCRSDA Y, AUGUST , 1 84 i* The Campus Chat Campus Chat Entered aa Saeoad 0«UM Mail llattor at Um Poatoffica at Donton, Tana, t, 1 1« this way, folks! 0 another book column # with fcru«tt m#r dith member texas intercolleoiate press association WHker«on Kenneth E. Smith Bryant Wiliion S'.-elby Phillips J D. Hall. Jr. Editor Associate Editor Assistant Editor } Boaine** Manager Bpmrir REPORTERS: Mary Jo Slaughter, Paul Wettterrnan. Noble Wright. John Ming*, Aivin Irby, Jaunita Hollabaugh, Jamea Baldwin, Margaret Crawford. Charlie Co*, and Je # <i«rding. • AND IN THE TOMB WERE FOUND '' j A book by Tewwe Gray The solomn dedi- cation gives the impreaaiv*' atmoaphere of the book: , ,, , , # "The«e *tudi« of knurs of Egypt, brief pic- ture* of men exalted in birth and noble in na- ture, potent, dynamic being* who ruled and rocket! the Ancient World, by th *ir human di- vinity rawing mankind on their shoulders to higher pinnae!'** of evolution, 1 dedicate t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 August 1934

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DIN YON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST S . 1 84 PAGE THREE I' fcv- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT F. A. Owen Publishing Company Display ill TEACHERSCOLLEGESTORE Magazine* and Books for Teacher*. Teachers' Maga- zines will advance in price soon. Ijow-Pricvd Clubbing Offers THE INSTRUCTOR (2.00 Publisher's Our a year) Price price With tirade Teacher With Child Life With Etude With Junior Honu- With Correct EnRlish $4.00 5.00 4.00 It.OO 4.50 *3.70 4.25 3.35 2.75 3.65 You Save $.30 .75 .65 .25 .85 See the Teaching Helps, Plan Books. Project Books, Poster Patterns ORDER SOW — PA Y LA TER I yDi $ the wonder stocking HOLEPROOF tfM> Hut Hi It a r l INI -Fat. (MM KNEE-HIGH Garter-bumps are out... new free- dom is in . . . with (hit perf^M mod- ern nocking. KNEE-HIGH reaches just to the knee and has its own knit-in garter of Laste*. Imagine its cool comfort-and smart econ- omy! In clear chiffon . . . 85c I.OO 1.25 Brownbilt Shoe Store Try Our Big Double Dip Ice Cream Cones 5c Or Our Home ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 August 1934

■ THE CAMPU# CHAT. DENTON, TKXAK THU*M>AY. AUGUST , MM Pageant Program- (Continued from Page 2) i /\nnj u Soldwti: Floyd Dougherty R D Wright Haaktll Thompson. Coaton M Gray Svmond*. Harold Smith Duggrr Wrighi, F. <totgt Robin ton Denver Price Ntwrnin Powtri, R V. Kflley C*orgr NcjI. Willum Mill« R B Koyk«ndafl. foe Hubbard Bill WSm- Mexican Prtwnm. . ... D B Spalding, R I Whitewde, J E Puivis, A J Morn*. W V Willii S V McC.age, l.loyd Gunn Charles Garden hire R T Clifton ?aim< Buchanan Stewart Allen, Heamn Buttrill. Bob Roger* Charle* Tigner. .Jack Co* Dalton ri Hopper Kay Co*, John Kaplin. Pat L«- Spirit of the Southwest Southern ConMeraey I. fc. Bradford Noble Wright The Mavi# Wright LoutM V Cooper June Vick C W Brown Cedoma Dut rich Parsley Robert Hopper Brau D l Antwiler Interlude kptutdr VI- Pompev Camt Negro Slave* f Iva Remington C Bell Mavis Wriaht. Lorn* Martin I Kiwhen C latter Blakely Hoct Host*** I.eah Low, Valda Smith Johnnie Mae Long. Rhode* Mus Uin (uanita W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

THECA CHAT VOLUME XVIII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 16. I9 4 NUMBER 10 DR. McCO.NNHl Pageant Chairman iMMp' REGENT MEETING PAGEANT DEPICTING GROWTH OF TEXAS Placement Director PLACEMENT WORK PROJECTS <). K'rt H"l A\|) STAFF FURNISH I AVISH RVWPAW'PVT FOR VISITING REGENTS President* of thp Texas Staff Teach- ers Colleges. and their Board of R.< gents met in a regular quarterly sua- sion on August 10 ami 11 in Canyon with Dr. J. A. Hil as host. This meet- ing was preceded by a meeting of the council of President*, composed of the executive heads of the seven institu- tions. In each case the business was routine, according to Dr. McConnell. President of the College. who returned to Denton the first e* the week. It was thought that the Board of Regents would he able to sign pur- chase agreements for the dormitor- ies for the several Colleges under Federal P. W. A., but delay in Wash- ington prevented the arrival of con- tracts, although some ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

CHAT, DENTO THE CAMP' THIRKDAV. AtM' aThefjampus ClMt PsUlilwd by SMmM of the North Taxaa State Teachers Gofilih 'MNftrifc RMMft Ctmpui Chat Entered m Second CUu* Mail Matter at the Postoffke at Denton. T«*a , December •. IfclB MKMBKK TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION I «r>iM WHfceraon Kenneth K. Smith Bryant Wilson Shelby Phillip** J I) Hall. Jr Editor Associate Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Sponsor REPORTERS: Mary •!« Slaughter, Paul Kfaaterman, Noble Wright. John Mings, Alvin Irby, Jaunita Hollabaugh, Jumw Paldwin, Margaret Crawford. Charlie Co*, arid Jem Oerding. this way, folks! 9 enothor hook column # with tru«tt maradifch Tlie QliaUer (j3o> \nnminmii(*nts HtRAM TELLS ()F■ Announcements rmrvw lessons %> IWndk I 5 m t?ii ■ ■ m THOi;<;HT OF THE WEEK: An open mind in all very well in it# way. hut it ought riot to h, so o{x!ii that t here iw n' keep- ing anvt hint; in or out *>f it. It should be capable of shutting it door* tornetimein. or it may be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

Placement- ■ ft ■j: I ■* m (< untinuod from I'**, Acker, Mm. Beola Grad«*.. Asper- IBoni, Tagg§| ' Adair, Helen. First Crude, Wild- er. Texa* , Adair. Julia, Primary Grades. Un- ,un Hill School. Sanger, Texan Adams. Mrs. Ada Lou. First and Second Grades, Heath Public School Adams, A, V., Principal Creac«m Cove School, Vernon, Texas Adam.-, Ernest Salt, First Grade Carrlgan School, Wichita Fall*. Texa.- Adamx, LyndeL. Public School Music, Van. Texas Adams. Oletu, Elementary Ondw. TamnMa, Parnell. Texas Ad'ly. Mm, Grace, Sixth and Skventh Grades, Mineoia, Texas Adkins, Edith, Fourth Grade, J ante.-, Texa-, Adkins, Mr*. Lucy. Second and Third Grades, Bardweil, Texas Adkison, Lillie Mae, First Four Grades, Palm Rose. Texas Admire, Corinne, Elementary Grade*, Nocona. Texas Admire, Flossie, First Four Grade*. Cottonwood, Texas Ady, U Ola, Primary Grades, Dicey District, Weatherford. Texas Age*, Ova Bernice. First Grade, Tell, Texas Airhart, Mrs. J. H.. First Grade Meadow Elementary Sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

il i, a® FS&ffE&S U. Ktkd, f'nurU) Ufd Mrs, Maud. Henrietta i Principal >. Henri- etta, Texas Goltghtly, MalHa, Teacher. Home Economic*. Dalian Tanas Gordon. Edith, Science and German, Orange Grove, Texan (iordon, Nellie, Second Grade, Ro* em, TutmI Grady, Margaret, Principal of Ele- mentary School, Dai la* Texa* Harris Btfna. I PotUville, Teaa* rtr, Ptafd, Principal, Illinois Illinois Hand, Texa- Herri*, Glenn* Third Grade, L*e MM, l I* V. flW,tMN, Teaa* Harris, Jeeai* M.. Pirat, Second and Third tirade. Haekbervy School. Route. !. Frisco, Texas Harris, Laura E., Fourth Grade. V* ink. Texas Harru, Lnr#, .-second Grade, Bo* IS*, Koby. TV*a* Harris. Louise, P'jrwt Grade. RdtaH E. 514 ' aliform*, Gainesvill*, Telia* llama. Opai, U«r Economics, Sixth und Seventh, Duffau. Tena; Harrison, Mr* Thulrna, First Grade, Marshall, Texas Hart, Kluatartfc, Primary, Midway, ■orgm li School, Gatenvill*. Grade*. Harmony Sc Grant, Marjorie, Heme Economic* ar. I f ourth and Fifth Grade*. Ka...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

Corinne, Arithmetic, Cor- THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST M. 1M4 Met ^Grade M Met wand S m tm Md lure. Lena Mae, Superviwot .,! Music, Corsirana. Tnu ***• Bonnie. Fourth % Valley View, Texa* >m**. Hetty. History in Fifth Sixth Grade*, KnUn. Texas McCuhhin. Kath,vn, Third and Second A Grade*. Valley View, Texas Met ullough, Eunice. Principal of Ml Pisgah School, Copevillc. Texan .«Mr*- f*Mr Smith, Health, El Paso, Texas McDonald. History. Salona. Texas McDonald, Emogene. Fifth. Sixth, ana Eighth Grade*, Sunbeam School, Gunter, Texa* McDonald, Eunice, Fourth Grade. Ptot Point, Texa* McDonald. I mo gene, Primary Grade*, Brigman School, Mt. Calm, Texa* McDonough, Mr*. Ruth, Third (*nule, \ an Alstyne, T«xu McElhany, Mary Belle, Spanish and Home Economics, Weldon. Texas McElrath, Esta, Primary Grade*, Plaaka, Texa* McEntire, Constance, English, Mid- way School, Big Spring, Texas McEver, Hose, English and Read i"tfr Cooper Ward School, Ranger. Texa* McFarlin, Eatalla, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

" CAMPtrS CHAT. DESTO*. TEXAS THURSDAY, AIJOUSP IK l* < itfp 8M^_ >'.31 IB of Principal of iti'le, Te>■ Veirna (net, Physical Mu~ rat ton and Health in Fifth jni suti. Grades and High |^.fcea|j||*cluiM4 i, Ti«* tJ. *Sf -If'-.- A L'mphreas. Lucile, Prir.ary Work, Pleasant Grove School, thmmr H !#• vard, lialla-. Texa* l.'ndftw««i. Mr* Kgwoh (HayI. h in Sixth to Ninth Grade*, Kidge School, Rente 3, Prtta- T«xm Jnderweod, Mr*. Marie*, MacPar lane School, Tamp*, Fbn«fa. Cpsbaw, Sarah. Thi-d Grade, Stain ford, T i*i V Valentine. Jarushta. Primary tirade • Waller School. Kemp. texa*, WfHKKmi' sr Van.#', Mr*. I sola •" , Pir*« tirade, fort W«ftk, Texa* Vandagriff, GeraMirut, Ki«t > -titar> OndM. Wwttwforil r<- .< Van UmHmIhmi J wd. Deer I'mk School. iteiiri'tia. Texa- Van X.andt. Fa**, Firat, v 1, Third, and Fourth Grade* Deli: Sehrid, Hawley, Texas Van /<andt, Raymond, Principal of Ixdfc School, De Leon, Texa* Varnell, Kdna, Briar School. .i< * •. T mum Vaufheo,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

TiiK CAM ITS C AT, DENTON. TICK AS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1984 PAGE SEVEN Frosh Will Enroll 1 September 20 For Orientation (lass Greeting* from Dr. W, J. llcConnell and Dr. B B. Harris. President and dean respectively, will open thefre*h- man orientation program in the Col- lege Auditorium Thursday. September 20. Spwial mux if will be given at the occasion by the College Orchestra. At thr«« o'clock the freshmen will assemble at the Harris* Gymnasium for a program in charge of the Girls' Forum. W Beasi . Pearl Payne. a* president, will preside. At four o'clock the freshmen will foe taken on a "know your campus" tour, after which they will go to the Col lege Club Bouse for punch and to meet personally the Dean of Men and the Dean of Women. There will bo a nunber of classifi- cation tests given by the English de- partment, and preliminary registra- tion instructions given in the Auditor ium at five o'clock. This is required of all freshmen. At seven the "Fish-Fun-Frolic" will take place...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 August 1934

KS m page eight THE mpus chat. denton, texas, thursday, augl'! EAGLE GRID PROSPECTS NOT SO BRIGHT WITH LOSS OF 14 LETTERMEN LKiHTESTTEA.lt DEPARTMENT IN SIN(f JSL £m COUJtt GROWS FORECAST WH RAPIDI.Y HFffK S LKTTKRMKN HACK /f {/)()v#, ,/f.,( HKR st tton. pkgraw. tayior. YARHMH'GH. f> A NIE LH MMK IIKCIAH A. HARRIS* KMOWLK8. COX, NICHOLS FIRST TIC A CM VSR, IS STIIL TO FORM MJCLEl S TEACHING HERE Past Captain fto In One tfCont nued from Last Water Polo . Masters- Game of Season flayed Tonight * Coach Jack and his Denton Eagle# will enter in th, 1834 l,one Star Conference flag chase with th« lighte*' and moat m**p« rienred #<piad iinee The lout of fottrtaen Mtermen and teveral husky *<iuad- men mak«* Mm* championship hope* of the Eagles rather dim. The nuclei)* <•( the eleven will hi built around the eight lettermeri r«t turning five luting hnenmen and tkw being lack*. At th# tackle poai fciojii" Coach tfhtmt will have J#ntw Nithoi • twice ail-«o iferen«e tackle, tttiri Wt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

The Campus Chat Eagles Engage H-SU Cowboys In Saturday Opener at Abilene — Page 5 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPT. 22, 1961 NO. 8,036 Register To Set New Enrollment Record Drah-y Men 49//, Q,// /ntefTupfs | Deferment Form | North Texans Plans Draft-uge North Texas men should apply immediately at the Registrar's Office for u college ilvftfimM. Students subject to draft call must till out u form at the Registrar's (Iffice requesting de- ferment hy their locul Selective Service hoards. If approved, they will Ik- classified 2S. The student will receive a copy of the deferment requisition hy mail. If students do not till out one of these fornix while in college, their local draft hoard considers them eligible for active duty, Dr. Alex Dickie, registrar, re- minded. Unless the person waits un- til he is enrolled and has paid his fees, the application going to the local Selective Service hoards can only say that *he student is planning to enter school. Although the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

PAGE 1—AMUSEMENTS The Campus Chat Friday, Sept. 22, 19*1 'Down Beat' Honors After playintr at tilt National Stage Band Camps a guent clinic- ians thi summvr, the North Texan Lab Band hat* once attain scored a triumph by l>einir featured in the latent "Down Heal" majraiine. The majfazme, written for and i about jai* muaic, review* with enthusiasm the work the hand ; Can ler will tour with Kenton through January dointt arrange- ment*. Ailan Beutler, a Michiiran State student, was planning to come to North Texas until Kenton wooed him away. I el"ranc« tieta llrummer Paul Guerrero, star drummer for the band, joined Buddy l>e Franco, who will not only be playing en- iratrementK from coast to coast but will also participate in more than camps are doing. The camps, co- ordinated and taught by Stan Ken- ton avd other juzv. greats, were held at Southern MetluKiist ilni-. . , versity, Indiana University and i 4,'° <] n"* th* next ^.° Mirhigi.n State Univer#ity. This j:***'*- ln addit...

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