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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 January 1938

I ( I f EAGLES DOWN COMMERCE IN TORRID Journey to Hun Bearkat Game Friday Indian In Them \ -?■ Coach H. G. Shands' Eagle has ketecrs will risk their perfect Lone SUir Conference record in Hunts- ville Friday night when 'hey match shots with the defending confer- ence champs, the Sam Houston Uiarkats, In a previous game with tie Bearkats the Katies emerged the long etui of u 30*29 score. I'he Eagles are expected to re- i' their performance, being ted considerably by the re- ■ !■. to top form of Dan Yarbro, been handieapped for some vec, . ith an injured ankle. Sh Houston ban lost games up to ci;tt. to East Texas and the Eagles, i ,t has defeated tht* San Meantime, the Eag over the Hearkats SportScripture By Jay D. Gauidan Ma rcos cag^is* won n'mi the Kast Texas Lions. At the present, the Ragles arc tied for leading honors of the conference with Stephen F. Aus- tin. each team having won two conference games. Kast Texas is in second place with one win and one loss. Sam Houston is occup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 January 1938

TUP CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, 103U ■ j '' hO Clubs en Campus Serve Needs of Students Socially, Educationally, and Spiritually SPECTATOR DECIDES MAGICIAN S FIRE IS REAL THING Supplying intellectual, social, and devotional outlet*, there arc forty club* on the campus which make up a large part of the extra-cur- rtcular activity available to stu- dent* here. Almost every student in the College belong* to ut least one of these organization*. Five of these are national hon- >rary societies, including Kappa Delta Pi. for students interested in education; Pi Kappe Delta, whose membership is made up of debaters and orators; Psl Kappa Delta, for physical education ma- jors and nrnors; Pi Omega Pi. juniors and seniors who are ma- jors in business administration; and Alpha Chi, which promotes general scholarship. Th< Gamma dions is also an honorary society, sponsored by the local chapter <>t Kapp«i Delta Pi. Its membership is made up of first-term freshmen w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1938

Eagles: On To Millrose! Z730 Campus Chat VOLl'ME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1988 The Chatterbox By Shorty New College Presidents Evains arc over and we can to settle down to no mi- more iiiiseiise . ami I mean non- , use. N ou'll readily agree if you rend the parody (?) on something in other that include* names of <veral of the faculty members. * • * Robert Katherly, authority on "(lowers for special occasions," may he consulted at any time* on hi subject it' anyone is interested, inmy Tallant imparts this hit of •formation. • « • Frunces llamlett hasn't done a thing in l e mentioned, hut slie .itited her name to appear in the >lunin; and obligr • soul that 1 mil, ! old. ♦ ♦ • The new nun-credit dancing class started Tue day with a good en- rollment and it affords an excel- lent chance for those who wish to learn to dance. * ♦ • "Pukey" McAlexandcr is having his hat cleaned since lie used it ingeniously the other night as n i -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8. lt>88 The Campus Chat'Wlto,', ^ of Um North Taxa* State m MOMrf claaa Mil at Um Taaaa, Dicmbir 8, 1918. by IIm Colta««. •t SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL Oaa collage yaar 1100 Mnrtuini rita furniahed on application. Right to decline any idvcrtiMnunt ia reserved Manual Arte 107 Telephone 1842 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR-IN-CHIEF- ASSOCIATE EDITOR HOOK EDITOR ' Alonzo Jamison, Jr. Bob MeCloud William Parker SI'ACfc Jerry Boren. who ha* been assisting D. W. Bailey in the advertising department of the Campus Chat, last week submitted me a bill for $417 75. "That'* how much space the writing end of The Chat used during January." he said. We began figuring, and we found that in the three issues of the paper for January news reports, editorials, columns, am* features consumed 1.H71 column inches of space. At the regular advertising rati' of twenty-five cent* per coluinn inch, our consumption of spa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1938

Eagles Defeat Cowboys 37 to 35 In Opener of Two-game Series Themt Twins—And to Big Ciig By JAY l> CiAULDEN Paced l>y the superb pipy of Cap- tain Doyle Preston and raniry Dun Yarbro and taking the floor with- >ut the valuable services of I.a- rucr (Shorty) Hester, who was in mmcrce scouting the Lion-San litivns p.rfair. Coach Pete Shands' hlinp Ragles last night in play- ng the first of an important non iference twi"game schedule with nch Flunk Kimhrough's invading irdin-Slmmnns Cowboys trained a id from the first tip-off and hold it lead almost continuously un- . it reared into nn Enirlc vic- >ry, :t7-3fi. The Kagle-Cnwboy affaii started <<1T with featured difmlvt play and ended in h wild scoring spree JaW''h !'dpt*in I'avne and the other owpunchers cutting out every nar- row lead the I tattling Fairies could muster. After llnvenhill's ice- breaker Reeves tossed a bucket but Cnrr broke the tie with a beau- tiful shot, Payne countered with a field goal, Yarbro reta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 February 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1988 MARGARET DJY TO WED FEBRUARY 10 PI PHI PI MEETS IN NEW HOUSE Member* of Fi Fhi Pi Monday night held their first meeting of the new semester in their new house, located at 1606 West Oak Street. Members of the fraternity living in the house are Dean Smith. Harris Denton. David McKinney, Joe Wright. Sol Everett, Pierre H oil is, Willie Grace. Ben Brad- ford, and Spurgeon McDougal. The forthcoming election of of- ficers for this semester was dis- cussed. The fraternity will enter- tain Sunday with a smoker at the house, and a banquet and dance are planned for next week. ART CLUB TO MEET WEDNESDAY NIGHT Kappa Alpha I^amba will meet next Wednesday night in Room 10f> of the library at 7:15 o'clock. Plans for a social will be presented to the group, and also a plan for increasing club membership. TEXAS FRIDAY. SATURDAY The Perfect Story Of a Perfect Ixwe! JOAN BENNKTT HENRY FONDA « in •I MET MY LOVE AGAIN" SATURDAY NITE 11:00 Sun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1938

Let*a Stop Booing At the Games Z730 Campus Chat VOLUME XXII NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1938 The Chatterbox By Shorty 1 ! i \ % ' \ I All of the stilus who attended the dance Saturday night were certainly hard hit before the dance was over l y th«* realisation that they hadn't brought a date and consequently couldn't dance as of ten or as long as they might have had they not beer, such nineont- poops by slugging a free dance at Marquis Mali. The dancc was nven for the benefit of the stu- ent* of the College and it was i .rep to every one of them who presented an activity ticket. Could there Ik- a more perfect set-up for a dance date? When 1 think alsiut that mad, swirling group of boys strung out the entire length of the dining room waiting for a couple to take two or three steps so that they would be eligible to tag, I am re minded of the old fellow at home who tried to kill a patch of John win grass by cutting the top of it .dT with a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, IMS hr it The Campus Chat WHer's Uaaasy Chair r REVIEW ... It war in last week's Campus Chat: how to spell the name of that song that sounds like "My Dear Mister >hune" . . . How many filling station* there are in Denton . . . The name of the Englishwoman to whom President Arthur proposed . . . The name of a Teachers College student who writes religious plays . . . How many deaths resulted from High- way accidents in the United States during 1U8T . . . How two Teachers College students did an unusual bit of hitchhiking recently . . . How to do the new "College Swing.'' featured dance in Paramount's forthcoming college picture for litHS . . . two—we hate to say this—very noticeable errors (did you find them?). Speakers at Nashville Ceremonies Stress Inadequacies of Higher Education Set-Up Bookorn«r i. i i«. fUBSCBIPTlON RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL ytu — — _— fi.oo rates f urn is had on application. Ri|kt to iwHii any advertisemen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1938

Tin CAMPUS CHAT. DBNTON, TEXA8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY M, IMS Defeat San Marcos to Tie Nacogdoches for Conference Lead Shandsmen Down 71 /"> n ^ rjr. j w Kats By Eight- I. C. "UgS WW, OUd LOS€ Point Margin In Golden Gloves Meet Coach Pete Shawls' high-flying Eagles sailed over the heads of the San Marco* Bobcats in HarrltiH Gym Monday night to umass .'to point* to the Bobcuts' 22. Sopho- more Ralph Havenhill did thc highest flying. By virtue of the Eagle*' timely win they move into the driver'* Mkt for the conference flag which they inu*t share with the Nacog- doche* Axemen, whose perfect con- ference standing went up in Hmoke Monday night at the hand* of the Sam Houston hotshots. The Bobcat*, tutored hy Coach J. B. Chcaney and led by II. Phillips, Elli*, and McCarty, led the Eagles „to within 1 minute and 20 seconds f the half. Th.-n Havenhill put khc Eagles paramount with a splcn- jid lon r shot, the first of his four 'field goals. The half ended with- >ut further scoring. Doyle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 February 1938

THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1038 ■at* Dh4 turn Mat to * EDI AS8 BCK iii H R T B n F si* RE k SO KE 1 I ] cc Ft Bi 0 er t> tl h d tl c< « k it n it v t I I r t > ) Ruck W—k (or Fraternftwt WouM President.' The New EmuFridv wJlr Ruth week for the five fratern- ities on the rumpus begin* Sun- day afternoon and last* through Friday. Each fraternity has bam iriven a separate day for it* rush activities by the Intra-Fraternity Council. Mary H. Ethridge Is Sunday Bride The House Presidents' Club will hold it* annual Valentine Party in the Mary Arden Lodge Friday afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock. This social meeting will t«ke the place of the regular program Mary Helen Ethridge, junior Sunday afternoon from 2 until "tudw,t. thl> '•st 4semeH" '«'""* ,hi* o'clock the Trojans will honor *r and Vucca favorite lait year, Decorations ... the lodge ,-nd became the bride of John Reagan refreshments will carry out the Logan of Overton Sunday after- Valentine mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1938

JB Welcome Yisitinu Debater** il«n ciut 9® in th. ' k unti VOLUME XXII Z730 3ttft Camjnis Chat mm !• Thus, i BerriWi NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEHRUARY 17. 1938 nil C •urn '5 o'clock will en- h tea m 300 Will Attend Debate Institute Here Friday and Saturday The Chatterbox By Shorty f • \ * In checking over some i>f the is- sues of I hi < 'hut I find that I huve unknowingly adopted a plan of using a form of editorial eauh week. A .irevitorinl would be a bettor term, |H>rhaps. I have no way of ascertaining just how many people read these or whether or not they do any (food, hut they make excellent space tillers anil if they im read then I'm killing a coupla snakes with one stick. Cowling Announces Itinerary to Natchez Favorites of 1938 Yucca f ; v Poor sportsmanship and tin- gentlemanlike conduct in the form of (toning ami audible derision of the officials' decisions at basket hall games have been lessened somewhat by the action taken by cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBkUAItY 17. MM 1 The Campus ChatUn*«y o *ir JUI Om kd\ to < ED AS BO iti Sf R1 SC Rl c:« F B O) t tl h d t c v I. i: r 81. paar kf Km MdnU of the North Tuu State Tmlim Col logo. M second class moil ot tho pott «fln it Tout, December 8, 1916. JUBSCRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BT MAIL Om college year 91.00 Advertising rote* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Ottce Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 ______ MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BOOK EDITOR Alunzo Jamison, Jr. Bob McCloud William Parker REPORTERS: Maxine Burnett, liuppy Demere, Hazel Ma.Hon, Virgil Lipscomb, Durwood Hayes, K. L. Chapman, Peggy Grace Hayless, Dave Thrcadgill, M. F. Carrol). Hay Edwards. Huth Boyd, Virginia Lee per. Jerry Boren, Nolia Tram- mel. Joe Smith, Spurgcon McDougal, Eugene Fry. SPORTS EDITOR Jay D. Gaulden REPORTERS: Joe Johnston. Silas Johnson, James McCrary, Charles Reeves, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1938

11 /J. THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXA8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 19M >0(j and Eagle Twins Take Plane Back to New York Tonight SportScriptur* By Jay D. 6«uM«n less u IC4tl|()|| adc || pheity 'II H tfKl Da Hi iglish linem lay i urtio Will urn f tt t r ttim i' IV % >9 yr Sh ■ ouch tn n un ! inir wa wit I a fif r Eagle* Returning for N.Y.A.C. and Na- tional A.A.U. Meets By JAY I). GAl'I.DEN North Texas State Teachers Col- j logo's traveling track-embassy again taken to the uir tonight to ! return to New York for another j ten day's stay for participation in l>oth the New York Athletic Club Games Saturday, Feb. 19, and the National A. A. U. Indoor Meet Feh, 2(5. Both events are net in Gotham's fumed Madison Square I Garden. roach t'hoe Sportsman said Wednesday he and the Browns and Hideouts would leave l.ove Field, 1'alias, at 11:16 tonight for New York. Unless they are grounded or delayed by inclement weather tkhe Eagle two-pair and ace are cheduled to arrive at their desti ation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 February 1938

1 TilK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY, FKBRUARY 17. 1988 HJ |0m Ud< lit Ik i I AS Ibc liu i ] ISl iri b„.l ui l r__ r - e—:_i riuL. l\aMAM \y J an 1■w® wO wvon^ ▼ ocmg «w For i"vnv®y About Campus People Ituah wt'ck activities of rempw social club* for the spring semcs- Icr were drawing to n clow? thin wwk, with Monday night set by the clut# it* the time for voting on pledges. Date* for each club's activities were set by the Intro-Fraternity Council, ami all rushing ami bid- ding are 4om under regulation* pn'trrilicd by this council. PHORFFFS 8I.ATF HI FFKT St PI*BR The Phoreffs will entertain ten rushee* with a bulfet supper at the home of their town sponsor, Mr*. K 1, Richardson, tonight. Following the supper the group will attend theater party at the Texan Theatre. The quests in- clude Billy Bilbrey, Martha Joe Kdv :trds, Frances Price, Hetty Boyd, Lura McKelva. Mary Ken- drick, Mildred Brock, Jeanette Cox, Louise Nation, and Helen Barnes On Sunday morning. Feb. 13. the r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1938

See L. S. C. Champa Play Monday Z730 Campus ©hot -urrei I f OLUME XXII 'liliu I o'cloj NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1938 linv Musi l'> 1 fill agle Cagers Take First Lone Star Conference Cro 'he Chatterbox By Shorty if a W aftvav (Justine C our son Weaver With r±i Fx-Student and Inventor Hope* Ifl I 5 • tTCiVCi Some of Her Mary Webb Books * ICCI LwiOT Tn imnnu, sitvnHhm I i cnu ri>Kn until ri Di I l|| 1 Mi IV r l\ P I' 1 m a W *E "Freedom of the Press" is just knther slogan to some of our ^lummsl' nf today, ami that in lidos those on ^college weekly ■ ff> who take advantage nf the ^port unity to air pet griev- kees ami to make personal crit isms of person- ami thint's with hich they come into contact. I.ei I i >• office for those who may ve something to nay ahout the of editorializing anil satire i it ie used in this column: The Htonal -tuff of thi- papei .■<i11- copy that is submitted for pilicatioii and I lie • tandards of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1U.H8 Ml On Ad to M EI M 1U Hi SI K S« R C F B ■ I The Cam put Chat !**• '• u«««ay Chair If tha CLARENCE . . . ^ Clarence Ik Miss Katie Henley's secretary. Ho also jhruts for the first floor of the administration build - Anil he in mailman for College administrative JtJBBCBIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL offices. But Clarence doesn't read. 11.00 The question that arises, then, in the popular mind ■ail at Um , !•!«. fmniihtd or spplicstion. Right any advertiaement ia reeereed. Manual Arta 107 Telephone 1842 111 11 ' — MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BOOK EDITOR Aloaco J am won, Jr. Bob MeCloud William Parker is: If Clarence doesn't read, how does Clarence take the right mail to the right office? This, we were told at the Friday afternoon tea last w«H-k, is how he does it: Postmaster Bayless over in the basement of the museum building gives Clarence the mail. He say* for one stack...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1938

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1038 (Spring Training for Eagle Gridmen Begins Next T Cl I Dl II r r_;| T. Swap* Olympics Dream for Schoolroom T f f-— J wm ■ in | tht All- th, Etex Lions Play Here Eagk< To Monday in Final Game 5.eac*LN* ]['h — Tum To Run Coach II (a. Shands' Fugle cag- s Mill close the I'.'.'tH basket lull I season Monday night in Harris* Gym when they are host* to their jaieh rivals, the Kant Texan Lions f < 'ommerce. I The Fugles returned from San ■ Marcos Tuesday where Monday ■night they troiineed the Bobcats • to clinch the Lone Star Conference pcage crown and end an eleven year lump of basketball at North Texas ^Stati I'eachers College Since 1!I27 he Fugles have ended the season n the upper*bracket Inn once, and hat wa.- a tie for second place. When the Katies meet th« ions Monday, they will have a •axon's record of *i wins and one >ss and will lie striving to make ie score 7 to I. In the earlier game ith the ('ommerce quintet th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 February 1938

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TKXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1M8 OTP Lsi IRJ S( R If B It t; IY it It |e I 1 r it li lv |( Lexie Dean Rottertnon, eminent Texan poet and an ex-student of the College, will be the guest of Alpha Chi on Tuesday. March 3, according to Mm Bessie Shook, ■ponitor of the society. Mrs Robertson will preside at an assembly Thursday morning and will read «everal of her poems. She will be presented by Mrs. Loren Kellar. In the evening « dinner program for the visitor will be held in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall At that time she will tell of her acquaintance with other Texan poets. Members of Alpha Chi and guests of the organization will at- tend. While Mrs. Roliertson was a student in the College, she worked on the monthly magazine on the campus at that time published un- der the title of "The Journal." In addition, she was reporter for the C. L. C. and also contributed nu- merous poems to "The Journal." Today Mrs. Robertson is well known for her poems which have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1938

17 •nhuin flit of Milli* le H r. >itic) t cityj st f<".r iiim i f rk f< f(" |jt! Htiual i Br Greetings to Lexie Dean Robert Hon Z730 ®hp Campus ©hat volume xxii north texas state teachers college. denton, texas, thursday, march 3, 1938 The Chatterbox By Shorty Library Speaker ' 11 n the R Men'- thl' gl->t III two bivvi- illl thill could httvt' been Used week, if there Iiii<I space ihein. Tin- first is exempli- il liy thi' fai l that not over three •k- ago a rampus crusade was i ti ll tn keep ax much mob spirit ! |i .. i :|mrt; mm hip a,- possible in creeping into our basketball uies. At tin- end of out final game \ ci al -t uili in ami play its Ugged a two man embroglio and itcil a fracas that fitluT group |n'd hav' mii'llfil. Croat enmities small squabbles ((row. fl'hi' other i: thi' deplorable con- i<in unil' i which young women [I il in'ii : i • • pli'ili" il lo tin' ram -oioiities ami fraici riilies. In Dr. I.oui. Slion . diicctm of tin I'oniplaint literal y sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 March 1938

The Campus Chat IiriMths Spealc Bef are at the North Ta elm mail At tht t. 19 It. IUB8CRIPTION RATES, DELIVERED BT MAIL • college year ^ ■ 91.00 eertismg rates furnished on application Ri|kt decline any ximtiiwntu is reeerved Am - _ - Manual Am 107 Telephone 1S42 MEMBER OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR HOOK EDITOR Alonse Jamison. Jr. Bob McCloud William Parker VERIFICATION . . . B.>b Mvi loud. editor «f tin- I9M Yucca and mid- term degree-holder fnmi the Callage. wrrtM ur this week to verify a rumor which found it* way into this column sometime ago Boh *ay : "I'm now i ditor ami part owner of the KltcnMr Journal, 100 pwvflM circulation in Riverside and the t « idvertiiini medium in Riverside." Informing u# that a copy of the Journal i* now in the mail* and addre**eo to The Chat. Editor Hob warns: "Don't judgt- this wt*k' ia*ut< too harshly for the Linotype broke down Thursday afternoon and we couldn't make correct ion* and 1 had to &g...

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