University of North Texas - Yucca Yearbook (Denton, TX)

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It has at- tempted to catch the silver. linings of the year to aid poor memories of to- morrow. fllf it reflects the natural beauties of the campus. if it gives an impartial insigli to college life and brings joy to all, it has served its pur- pose, and we are content CQDNIIIENTS THE COLLEGE ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS BEAUTIES ' ORGANIZATIONS I CLAWS -' - . ' , . ' ' 3M5fN9X'6Vi'.'al's9i?'H'F?M'9J F o THE Teaching Profession, which embodies honor, dig- nity, and service, and which molds the life of youth and leads na- tions towards higher ideals, We respectfully dedicate the 1929 YUC CA 4', , lDlEIDll4lL3A1FIf4DN . . ... .- +V. --1 . .LIL V . - vw.f.-mf.-.f-.:V -1+ V V az lilf 'WST 1. ' J Z-' 'if'f?1??:V.-Q?-'eiiii ?r551IEf?f:' fi 71" f7??3"7if 'sl Wifi: 255 af.. V2'.c-.':'5f.- 2 .fVV'E -1 "f'V 1'b2",.Vv:'-1.-xr:z'2,1'a: -:gf 'z u3I.,qf:'.'.Q.p.'-1-:,VL sf.g:"za r'-V.:V' ff '4:35,q' Vgm31,,f - fy... . -.V ,zz --4-Q 13:19 , .Y -. 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'Q 1 4 I Lilly Pond v I n n K w Science Q5 ,Q p1F4BSlid6JI'1Ul17S Home F r r I I P I I I P V Fountain P N I I M 4E4DlLlLlE4l3lE 1 " " "f' 'L X 1 , TT' 'Wai 7 -I ,H- - I, aff-j Q Vgmhqg, Q 'L 1,W,.4 ,Xi 1 -M471 - 2 2 wif 2' 4 .i ...I l I -I 4 F a ,.Al.,:I,,' A :L ll ll. I. f r ,l."l..f'4m 'f 'W-.-'L 4.lfll,g:l.. Q QA w "lllf'4lI:5' 'I 'lllmlll-A 13,16 ' lll'..-: 71+ Ax H- . - gl...-gg L5 Qxfq I Lx I I I I I f:::::::I I I I I I I I I I I Hggglll: I I W III ' W I I I Illlllllf ' I E P DANGER 7 . 9 Page I 7 F awulbf w , . . ., ,. , , ., , ,Y ,,,,,,, KWH ,,I , . 1 f LL -' ' 1, fd ,I-4 ."4S,,..f .ff3A 4:11 I-, , f- . . 4 V . f-ir1f,MTg,,a.,,..ri- -,.,,-,?'r,Y,Y Y a a a -- .- C 5.235 l.ll.J al ,L jliigf., -fe A-1 L M W X . .1. '1 L 1 l I i Staazdivzg-R. L. MARQUIS, N. T. S. T. C., P1'fridz'11l,' S. H. WHITLEY, E. T. S. T. C., Pr.e'.fidev11,' YV. FITZGERALD, Tyler, Regent, WM. Z. HAYES, Dallas, Regentg H. Y. PAULUS, Yoakum, Regent. Smfed-F. A. MARTIN, Ft. Worth, Regeutg W. H. FREY, Stephenville, Regcnzg C. E. EvANs, San Marcos, Preridevzg A. B. RJAYHEW, Uvalde, Rrgenzg A. W. BIRDWELL, Stephen F. Austin, Preside-nzg H. A. TURNER, Austin, Secretary Board of Regmzr, H. W. TVIORELOCK, Sul Ross, Pwridcnt Board of Regent! T HAS always been our desire to be a member ofthe Board of Regents so we could be introduced by the President. You know the Regents are the men who come about once a year to look over cur campus, discuss political affairs and administrative problems of the colleges under their supervision, and every once in a while we get one or two of the bolder ones to talk in assembly. The Honorable A. B. Mayhew, of Uvalde, Texas, is the President of the Board and our most frequent visitor. He was first appointed during Governor NePf's second term, and has filled his ohice so well that we canit do without him. He is a lumberman, owning several lumber yards in the southwest part of the state. Honorable- J. W. Fitzgerald is a new member, appointed by Governor Nloody this year as Vice-President ofthe Board. He is connected and wellknown as a banker in the Citizens National Bank of Tyler, his home. Honorable H. A. Turner has been Secretary to the Board since its organization in 1911. He is Cashier of the First State Bank and Trust Co. of Austin, Texas. Another banker, Honorable WV. Z. Hayes, was appointedlby Gov. hdoody in 1927. He was for many years state and national bank examiner but at present is active Vice-President of the Republic National Bank and Trust Co. of Dallas, one of our largest Texas banking institutions. We have two Regents from the profession of law, Hon. Henry S. Paulus, of Yoakum, Texas, and Hon. J. O. Guleke, of Amarillo, both of whom are graduates of the University of Texas Law School. Mr. Paulus was appointed by Gov. Ferguson in 1925, Nlr. Guleke by Gov. Nloody in 1928 to succeed Hon. A. B. lVlartin, now of the Criminal Court of Appeals. Both are outstanding attorneys in the Southwest, lXfIr. Paulus being attorney for a number of corporations, and lVlr. Guleke a lawyer in all of the state courts and in the federal courts at Washington. Hon. Fred a Martin, a furniture man, was appointed in 1927. ,He is Nlanager of Fakes Furniture Co., which is a prominent store of this section of the country and the show place for the city of Ft. Worth. . ' ' l U Resulting from the passing of a bill through thelegislature for the addition of three Regents to our present Board, Colonel Tom Ball, a well-known politician of Houston, Hon. XV. H. Frey, Stephenville, and Hon. A. D. Krohn, of Bl Paso, Texas, have been appointed this year. Each of these men is capable and dependable and will give his best services for our needs. We appreciate everything, Regents. Page I 8 l and a --A as -a as . ..r.j-infer: giiifizi .l--ll 'Ll-J eil? 1:55 lei? .,-.... - . v.,-ma-....--.--w J, 1111.0 -J ..?1- --L..- M14 A- -Luv -- aff , 5. .aff .. -. .Q V, fax., I, -1-N., .-gf--if -M--rf--'-fmfj-1"T"' ' " Q-,j'f'f'ff ""fT"'3' ,grkrv ,z,r:,.i.d..-r.,,,,',.,We fn, 122.2 P QQ ii. ,I , .. - lf I ff, .I L .-. -Q -Wagga -Ah- - -Y- i ' ,J V V Y - ' . 4 V V Q .',p , W... V E ' 1 l l I 5 4 l 5 Q i l I l l l .T . -. . A , 3 A, , ' . , ,, , , . ., , - -.,, -Y . ,,.,1L. ."1T'L'1'T:1g1 Ronzznr LINCOLN MARQUIS, A. B., B. S., M. S., LL. D. Trefzdenz' feiffarguzk RONI the beginning man has struggled for mastery in his world. As he learned to test his experiences, organize and record them, he found himself in possession of a growing fund of knowledge which, when properly used, enabled him to avoid repeating mistakes. Once in posses- sion of what has gone on before, men could strike out into those regions, the lines of the hinter- land of which were blazed by those who have just passed that way. In possession of the records, man need not repeat and live in circles with fixed diameters. A wise use of knowledge has enabled him to enlarge his world from a circumference of a few miles to an area with a perimeter whose distance is measured in light years. When man lived in a small world and his recorded experiences were few, the parents were the teachers and the learning period, or period of infancy, was short. The growth of our body of knowledge was spasmodic. During recent times growth has been most rapid, and our needs for knowledge have been correspondingly quiet. No longer can a child hope to "go on his own" in the world with such education as he can get from parents. just here necessity produces the professional teachers, and daily the need is growing in geometric ratio. In our modern world the professional teacher is an essential factor. Shortly, as time is reckoned, the teacher will of necessity be the most intelligent, wisest and most skillful member of the group, or, putting it the other way around, the most intelligent, wisest, and most skillful persons will be utilized as teachers, just as the state now commandeers our best young men when our national life is threatened. Knowledge and a wise use of knowledge have come to be the determining factors in racial or national competition and in human progress. In such a state the teacher becomes first-rate in importance, and upon the teacher the responsibility for the perpetuity of our civic institutions and our favorable economic status rests. Our growing body of knowledge has made it necessary to have professional teachers. Modern competition, national and international, puts the premium on intelligence, wi-sdom, and skill. Social, civic, economic, and political groups which win and hold places in the sun will be the social, civic, economic, and political groups which commandeer its best intelligence, wisdom, and skills as teachers of the groups. You are in no mean business. If you can teach, you should. Nature has been kind to you. You are set apart. You have my best wishes. Page 19 I ,--,- . Y . . - - -...-w,..77mAh....e--1. , . ,,,-Q---, ,.- -in--X M,--sf' g Q 1, --,a-'xx .,.4-,a.........1..:a-v-. , ,,,A.:f::-fl.---A-:r-r":-s-T---'-1' l . + I 6 I lil V. if 'L ng: it i. lr 5 l ,l V il li. lin if U. If ll UL il' I3- lli sf., 1, l ,,. I .5 I4 IIE i i l l l. r .ll 4. 2 .li if l l . , . F ,. .rms l ll- ! t, fn. . -r l 1. F n, N I .Ui .gl ,H 1 l 5- l 3' ll ,il - ..,. -...--..-.-....f.-..aa.-aa ...i LL -:ill ,bw ll' ll --....., ,..-.-,.- .add . -. i W....-l .!.Q..,-.".,,. , , mf .ng ffliig' Sill? 4 ' N- " lg? -,., .rgxnw-, 4 li. ,. 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Y-71'efz'denZ Elmerzfuf I L OF us are not destmed to be great, nor do we all have the opportumty to come 1n contact w1th the great We however, have been 1ncluded ID th1s latter class of the el1te, and 1n our very mldst we have the towermg personal1ty of the greatest educator of Texas, Dr Wllllam Herschel Bruce Dr Bruce took h1s A B at Alabama Polytechmc Instltute, h1s lVI A at Baylor, and Ph D at Mercer UH1VCfS1tY In IQI7 he was awarded the LL D degree from Tr1n1ty Umverslty for the publ1cat1on of h1s book on Mathematlcs He has glven the rernamder of h1s llfe to educa tlon S1nce 1884, he has taught 1n Texas, flrst, at Blance, wh1ch was one of the 'first of the hlgh schools alllhated w1th UH1VCfS1t1CS, unt1l 1893 He was superlntendent of Athens schools for four years, first pres1dent of ohn Tarleton College, an outstandmg Junlor college of today, and Pro fessor of Mathemat1cs ln Denton, 1n 1901 In October, 1906, he was made Presrdent of the College, 1n wh1ch capac1ty he served fa1thful1y untrl 1923, when he was made Presldent Ementus and Professor of the Ph1losophy of Educatlon Dr Bruce has g1ven the educatxonal fleld two books of great value, PI'1l'lC1plSS and Process of Educauon and, collaborately Wlth Dr Sutton, an Ar1thmet1c, Plane and Sohd Geometry, W1th new ed1t1ons Not only does h1s adopted state owe hun much gratrtude and compensatron, but we, as a student body, owe to hlm a great percentage of our present stand1ng as a college It was through h1s requests that we succeeded 1n all our bu1ld1ng enterpnses, and not only thls, but durmg h1s actlve hfe on the campus, he took It as one of h1s dut1es to keep our campus one of the most attractlve and envlable spots 1n the state As a great nature lover, he has been zealous ln h1s study of human nature, whlch he under stands and loves Emboched 1n h1s phys1calbe1ng 1S a royal gem ofa soul, sparklmg w1th gemahty, good w1ll, and embowered rn a settlng of sympathy and love One could not take 1nto cons1derat1on h1s sacrxflces and achlevements alone and not hold h1m 1n h1gh esteem, but together w1th these achlevernents he has a beaut1ful d1spos1t1on that demands one s love and that 1ntell1gence that IS a requ1s1te of respect Such an exqu1s1te person ahty w1ll surely radxate glowmg happmess and fuendshxp to the seekers of th1s wealth, and departmg, leave ln 1ts Wake ' Footprxnts on the sands of tune Page Z0 J . 74 ' ' . , . . . . H . . . ,, . . . . . . 7. I 7 . . . . . . . C . . ,, , .1 Y, ,..,.... - - - -4- gl , 'V : Y ---V ...-.-N--f, Q-,S . ..-.,... Aff 1 I 1 ifarllfifdl ,Fifi ' " Tl """i'f Z Z' ' 7 7 " " Tiff 1 M .Q QQ ..,. , ,- -,,,mTff':' f"ikffsf9 "-7"ifT71T "T fl, W 'il 7'T2"T Zffff-f-1 I J zwjh-j, 1 nb I , lndll ,"Kl '. -.-, .j,..f: ,:,,,Y: lv., .-.:,.: r- ki' 4.,.,,- ,Mfg -.lv-.,iL,,oe' ai- -... Q, Z-g .W 2,2-...- .4j-W --- -- f f is i VV. MCCONNELL ifhazn Qjfihe C2uUage T HAS been said that youth gathers together material to build a bridge to the moon and that - age uses it to build a woodshed. If the statement is true, or, in so far as it may be true, it behooves youth, while dreaming, to dream to some extent at least in realities, otherwise there may be no material worthy of use when the time for building operations arrives. The dreamer is usually referred to in derisiong he is admonished by those about him to do something worthwhile. But is it not worthwhile to dream? The fault, if there be any, lies not in the act but in the thing acted. The dream of benighted and superstitious people has times beyond our power to estimate reduced such a people to lower levels, the dream of Worthy ends possible of realization has quite as often marked the transplanting of civilization to a higher plane. Theilndustrial Revolution was the product of a few dreams considered by contemporaries of the dreamers of little conse- quence. The discovery of the New 'World was the realization of a dream of one who was regarded as a victim of neurosis. The transportation of his real place on the periphery of the universe was the product of the so-called dreamer who was considered unworthy of serious notice by the intelligentsia of his day. The great religions of the world had their inceptions in the minds of dreamers, some of whom were Hrst thought to be eccentrics or even fanatics. It is not commonly given to youth to weigh seriously the problems of the future, and it is well that this is so. But is it not consistent that with all the care-free existence of the college student there may yet be ever-present in his consciousness a thread of purpose which he will not suffer to be broken and which, when followed, will ultimately lead him through the maze of his eyiperiences to the threshold of opportunity? Do not despair because your dreams are not all possible of realization. Find an ideal worthy of: pursuit about which all your dreams revolve, an ideal which will remain constant and un- impaired irrespective of temporary failure or success. E ,- W. MCCONNELL, Dfau. Page 21 terra 'rrfror are i ,mol out i 1 3 E.-is If . I I - I I I i I . I W f I I I I I I i I DI I I WILTON W. Cook 'i eazfz of Jlfen AM thoroughly convinced that of all the many duties which Deans of Men have to perform, that of "personal workl' comes hrst. In American education the social life of the college and the campus activities have been en- couraged becau-se we have recognized that personality and character traits have a large part in determining the success and social usefulness of the individual. The give-and-take of campus life, it is supposed, teaches our students how to get on with their fellows, how to swap and co- ordinate ideas, how to make real friends, and how to deal with opposition. As a matter of fact, alumni and parents again and again will tell our students that there is more of real value to be learned on the campus than in the classroom. ' We all rate our campus activities high as a factor in developing personality, not because we have in mind merely the development of the background and the entertainment of the accom- plished, but rather because We are convinced that real assimilation of experiences gained in extra- curricular work relates positively to the growth of native ability. The Dean of Men spends much time in serving on committees, in attending student meetings, in conference with students and parents, but these duties do not express the deeper significance of his work. It is, rather, a service which has for its aim the effecting of closer relationships between student and the faculty, and the world in which he must live. Routine duties are the means only to the great end of the development of personality and character by the conscious and comprehensive adjustment of personal needs. To unite and keep the loyal co-operation of the student and faculty is no mean task, and I would consider my work a failure if I could not, in some Way, awaken student sentiment to a full appreciation of college work and of college opportunities. Personal work touches practically every phase of student life. gives an insight into student mode of thought, and enables him to give expression to his own opinions. The Dean of Men then becomes several things-"starter," a "go-between," and an "adjuster." If I can be that, and not the popularly-called police or spy, then I shall feel that, in part, my time spent in such a capacity is helpful. Page 22 Sagud- I -V Y W -- - ' '-A-' ' " ' ' ' W' ' 2,11 5-, ' L- F ...... - , , . :ar :A , -.. "- ,-'I-,W V- 1 -212-'T' , M, 1' Ji' ' ff?"-1 7 '- 1-' ': jff " if-I -, :I PI"?'- I 'if' 'WEI5.g5k.x.!QlQ"3?-gllilel'f"'..i?!"9'97'ii':lyI -Thi'-35"-'-1II .I - S .A ,a - Ish- 2 .,4f7"'I -Q-ti-sa-I-i.st:gn+-I-u-2-an 6.1 M99 131-1 1 'Pl i .l- 3 'll 1.11 llfl '1 1.1 11 Mil 3521 l?1 111 .1- lag! E 1, ' Q. '1 li . ri .l.1 1-1.. 'lfi ul? lil , 11' ' l11l 1.-1-F l-r 1 ,fl lil 1 1: 1 -1 .W 1. 1l I . 1 1 1'1'i l 1 ,. ls .11 E1 l '- I . . J1 1, ..l 11, 111 ui l 1'. 11 1 l l lt- V 1.. .l 1 11? H ll 1lji 19. ll :li lil? rw' 11'lI 1151 Ile" I1l'll 11.11 1 'l l l All M ,lil 1 Fi l 1:1 25' 1 2 ull 11151 1 l11 ..,1 . 5.1 M- -- -1,-1 - H- -7- , Y, - -WY Y Y -W- are-NYT. V - Emru L. CLARK Tenn of WOYWEH HE day is rapidly passing when there is a place in the teaching profession for one who expects to use it as merely a stepping-stone for some other profession that he considers either more lucrative or of better standing. Teaching is becoming more and more a science, and the demands made upon those who succeed within its ranks are grow- ing by leaps and bounds. All are seeking degrees, and the untrained teacher is already a thing of the past. Besides- training, teachers need to cultivate a professional atti- tude, to take a genuine pride in teaching, and to do all that they possibly can to advance its standing among other professions. As W. Crabtree, Secretary ofthe N. E. A., says: "The teachers of the nation are gradually discovering what leaders in business and in- dustry learned long ago, 'thatiin Unity there is Strength,' " and he agrees with Merle Knope, Editor ofthe Nation's Business, who says: "The voice of the individual today is weakg he can make himself heard only through the group." This leads us to urge students of this college to line up with both the National and the State Teachers Associations, to read the Journals published by each, and whenever possible to attend the state and national meetings. At these, do not be merely a uheadshakeru or a "listener-in," but an active participant, doing your share of the committee Work, and attending the splen- did programs that have been planned. Many so-called teachers have the poor taste of spending all of their time Whenin attendance upon one of these meetings, sight-seeing, visiting, shopping, and even boasting of not having heard a program. Such teachers immediately brand themselves as not having the least idea of the true professional attitude, and each one is a detriment to the profession. Page 23 11 1 lc . 5:1 .1. il .fu filil l 'fl' .. 'f 5 l ':' 1 112 Ivllli l 152' . HQ. 251 1:1 I-51 '11 1 li ,i 1. 1. l '11 1 .'lL '-11.11 . , lr I 1. 1 1.1 V I. 1 1 L' l 1l1i1 V71 1 1 1 ll' 1 . 1 , v . 1 11. 1 1 11 l 1 1 2 1. 1 111. . 1 TQ! 1 l, ,. 'l .q,, 1 ,1 .11.1, 1: 111 lie ll fl 1 lf Wl 5 l. I .J 5? 'I .L- 1l' if 1 1 iff 1 11l 51 .1 1 1 .1" 1 . 1 . 11 .1 ' 1 l1.l is be r .aww-.We t e 'rt drigffp be 4 1.1 . . ,. f ' .,v -. !'7"'f - ' ' ' . Y Y ' ' ' ' '1 .1 1'-777' A 'I 2' li Y. --. 1 ' - . . f , ' f 13, -wh -1i,iZTE'--b1-'-'1c- .int .X ,fzlfvv L, Luz. - ' 'gal ltgjl ,+f5.'Qg.1m-fig ij: l r F 1 S ii l L' l 1 I . I l 1 J 3 P. E. MCDONALD Registrar HE President of a denominational college in an eastern state, when asked if his institution did not need more campus grounds, replied that the size of campus caused him no worry. His students were there for work and not for play and they did not make use of the few acres they had. Now, what do you think of that? A college whose students had nothing to do except "study their lessons 1" I A professor from another college who had labored long, faithfully and efficiently, but had not reached the traditional three-score years and ten, realized that his health was failing. After a vain effort to secure relief from local medical lore and skill, he went to a well-known clinic in one of the middle northern states. He was put through the usual tests and examination, given reports in esoteric, high-brow terms, with prescriptions the cost of which flattened still further an already depleted purse. But the one thing in the clinic that most interested the professor and provoked the most thought on his part was the question asked by one genial member of the staff, "What is your hobby?" The diagnostician went on to explain that a hobby is not a vocation, but an avocationg that it is not for gain or profit but for recreation. The professor had to admit that he had no hobby, his life had consisted of Work and study. And now the penalty! The trouble with the president and the professor was that they had overlooked the facts that education does not come only from study of books, and that living does not consist exclusively of work. The seven cardinal objectives of education, worked out by the National Education Association and adopted by the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, include not only vocational efficiency, which makes leisure possible, but also the wise use of this leisure. The North Texas State Teachers College without neglecting other cardinal objectives is making persistent effort to place before its students materials and activities to meet the demand for a wise use of their leisure time while here and to train them for efficient teaching service along this line. Wie would not discourage any student in his laudable ambition to rank high academically, nor would we commend the student on the other extreme who seems determined not to "let his books interfere with his education," but the student who fails to catch the spirit of the materials and activities offered for its development may later see the better things of life go to one who ranks academically far below him. P. E. MCDONALD. Page 24 ,, .. M ,7- , .17-X bp,-Tv.-.5 a 7 :J - - -f -.E--rf-:Jn -,caan-, .-.. v,.i,. .- ' : H , -we ---- -- -A-' f -fy' .- V E A' A- -at , KH TH,- f, p. , gg I --T, . , ,-. I -. -: gv-1, . sTZ"iT1i,g,?vIa. ' argl, . el-:J ,dia g s .fs-'-,+L-f-We -.- . ral.-1 .,..g.-am., T I I R 4 1 4 l 1 I A .ff , . . K fs lr 1 i - .- ff-.fe-7ff' ff -- .-ifnqif .-,..,.s:..f..f..:.i............,..-.i -au-Mila . L-.. f'w,w:eff'1iEfrf: Y asp 1 'ef' QM ,, W 'D' 'eejjtifef--53? jig lill l fail ,. fililst If , ms, I I lifl Il, i if li - ,WW it 177 , . ,, 111 'V V wig: 'lil , .ll l jx lf 'x , l 1 I w ll , . . I v l , . l l l I l l l ll N E n l l l t 1 , . 8 H, , W, ,7,, , . . s ' , ' A. C. NICGINNIS i i v l l 2 i E , 3 l . J50Qzfznz.f l l T THE beginning of each term, we are enjoined to pay a call to a certain X ' - office of the college, and straightway, we find ourselves unable to account l l for a certain sum of money to which we have lately become attached. How- ? l ever, this should not be taken as an advantage to rid ourselves of stored-up l l wrath and the phraseology which accompanies such temper, and heap it upon Q the Business Nlanager, Who, speaking more seriously, holds a very responsible l E ' and difficult position in our administrative staff. 1 1 Mr. NlcGinnis assumes a great many responsibilities, some of which are l the management of the monthly payroll, providing for the salaries of the l faculty, administration, and any persons connected with the college, with l l i the exception of the students-the compilation of the quarterly statement ' , of state and local funds, apportionment and record of departmental funds, ' daily expenses, and control of our "activity tickets." l i Besides these duties, he engages in all kinds of other activities, such as 1 l teaching, speaking, motoring, golfing, and observing nature from our campus ll? i walks, in truth, he's a very busy man. We are very grateful to him for his 1 I making possible our enjoyment of college activities. I . . I I Anyway, we like those occasional refunds. l i 1 li ' l pl 1 ' l l ! l Page Z5 W M W , -4,.,,,.Y Y., W- -J A ,,.. --ef A .--ff'-5 W.-f-If-, N."-we-X eJ1f:ww:'1T:ef4'-"'f-T-1'F V., MW,H,,,.,--,.-.-.. --.-tm-.,,.a-,-W va. 1, ll ,gg :,5,,,a ...:..C.-a-.,-...., ,W ' - , A 4 ,Q ,-o .x...,f-' ,,:s.,z,f' Q,-,W-' BRUCE BLAIR MCMULLAN CRUTSINGIJR ODAM PRITCHARD IXOENIG GRIFFITI-IS LEDLOW SHARP HANSCOVI GARRISOY Tephrtmeh! of Felucezfzoh G A ODAM, Director, B A IVI A E BLAIR Director Extension,B L. A. SHAR1 Director Demonstration School, M. A. B. S. M. A. Ph. D. W. F. LEDLOW, B. A. IVI. A. Ph. D. W. H. BRUCE, President Emeritus, B. A. F. V. GARRISON, B. S. B. A. NI. . M. A. Ph. D. LL. D. MRS. OTHO HANSCOM, B. S. M. . GEORGE CRUTSINGER, Supervisor imior CAROLYN MCMULLAN, B. S. M. A. and Senior High Schools, A. B. M. A. A. G. KOENIG, B. A. M. A. V NELLIE L. GRIrrr'rHs, Superaisor Elemerz- ANNABEL PRITCHARD, B. A. M. . tary Education A. M. V. Y. CRAIG, B. A. M. A. HE major purpose of the Department of Education is to give meaning and application of the subject matter courses of the other departments of the college. In this phase of the college work the student has an opportunity to select Whichever particular field of teaching he chooses. He may take the methods of teaching in the senior high school, the junior high school, the intermediate grades or the primary grades. In every one of these divisions a good number of courses are offered and taken advantage of by the students of Education in the college. The Department of Education gives to the student all the fundamentals and principles of good pedagogy, and then he has a chance to apply and use them for himself. This chance comes in the Demonstration School. In this school, a student teaches his major subject for a certain period of time. He teaches under a critic teacher, who points out to him his bad points and how he can improve them. This scheme or method in the Education Department is one that has had a great deal of success, both to the faculty and the student body. It causes the student to get actual teaching experiences while he is still in school. This is a great advantage, and it causes the student to be a success as a teacher in almost every instance. As Well as principles and applications of pedagogy, there is a course in the philosophy of Education offered in the college. This course is a very interesting one, and more students are taking advantage of it every year. Page Z6 aa if s"Ea.:.f-p.1:.:iEr ' . . M , . Q ,a-as .cc A . -. liilg, lill Fi-ss. L 3'J"""'1?'! . X-TSE ' l ,- Tl- ' Y 1 V i l I 7 i X is X I ,. ' H , 3 is Y 1 1 I I I 1 W 1 . I W . l l . I Us ' we tl' ul ll 5: ' w ' ' ,V . ' Y Q 1 , Y . :V . . ,', l I I ' I I l - I A . ,.... . 5- . . I. ., A I ,rm f 3. - -,L E ' ,A -531 , ff. Y , Y: .1 .... H ' fi . .3 I .i . . 1 I l Es H .L ill! lu' , . , Y '- V , ' i . 1' A . i Z I L ' 1 L A -A-as - . ,W L, L , , , V V N f -H M . . ' . ., . . . , ' , S., :P 7 7 7 3 7 2 7 A 7 7 Q A f 7 3 7 . . U , A 7 7 4 C 'N . I . .. s - . Q1 I - - - -7 .--if -- ---1---:I 2 421-- El. l., QQ I I Til A V ,A .,A.. EEE- . . u .Q . ,,,,,,,,, , - ..-E A Hg, r, li ll f . iii 3 i A A ilf . A ni' ,- . l V QL i V l . 1 i ii 2 Q W l if li li., W ii eg. ul 5 lx W - ,,, . ' ' i . , . 35 , LA YF. -- -- - . S . -V WEA- n i "wi .'-Y l FROIEABARGER BRODIE CooK CLEVELAND LOONEY PATCHELL SHooK M. SMITH SWEET HAILE 'fx X Fos'rER CRAVENS Lxxff ' if-1 Deparlnzeni of Englzalz .W . B. F. FRONABARGER, JR., Director, A. B., MAMIE SMITH, B. A., M. A. Li, A. M., Ed. M., Ed. D. VIRGINIA PIAILE, B. S., M. A. A -"il B. E. LooNEY, B. A., M. A. NELLIE CLEVELAND, B. A., M. A. -lf' E. C. BRODIE, B. A., M. A. CLARA E. NIORLEY, B. Lit., NI. A. Q' BESSIE L. SHooK, B. A., M. A. ELIZABETH FOSTER, B. A., M. A. 'FQ r MARY C. SWEET, B. A., M. A. NIARY PATCHELL, Ph. B., NI. A. XVILTON W. CooK, B. S., NI. A., Ph. D. MATTIE ELLA CRAVENS, B. A. im , HE Department of English Wishes to be considered as an important factor in the training of teachers. This department is interested in special training for teachers of English, but its greatest problem is to train each student in the use of language so that he may cause no em- barrassment to himself or others when teaching. All departments of the college hold this depart- ment responsible for doing its Work well. The English teachers are studying the weaknesses of 'iii E . our students and putting forth every effort to remedy these weaknesses. , ,After the technique of English has received proper emphasis, attention is given to courses , , which add to the general culture of the student. A variety of courses in literature makes it 1 f possible for the student to find studies according to his taste. It is to be hoped that many students is - will take advanced courses in literature for cultural values alone. i - It is the ambition of the English Department to maintain at all times high standards of il i attainment. With proper regard to good standards and care in the placement of our English A teachers we hope to create a steady demand for English teachers who have been trained in our college. This seems to be a legitimate ambition for our department. 1 , 1 ri i ,l , Page Z7 ' s.l ' 5 ,, ,, , 11, "'TTi"fii: 1 .f ,p"l-.-...'j . f qj 1- - - I A , 2 --4-as -W , , .. - .. ,f . -., fmga.-. .-...,.f -,,.,N is fer-jr im, ,M , M :S W Ajtnrw an b gfg15i3'iiJ4,g.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,g,5,,.+ gf MI, ,Q ea- M ., .. . ., ,. i. . S, 4, A mg ,V YJ ,gig 4, tffdT'!if nff,-1 .ld H' A ul :ll H lumix M ml N- N ul M ln. it . EL - , IV, ,, it sa me w pw . em 'En' ,. ANDERSON F URNISH CALLOWAY MCDONALD Department of Forezlgrz .Qzrzgurzgef e DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH HENRY DANNELLY, B. A., M. A. VIRGINIA CALLOWAY, B. A., IVI. A. MRS. ALICE G. FURNISH, B. A. DEPARTMENT OF LATIN J. N. BROWN, Director, B. A., A. M. P. E. MCDONALD, B. A., IVI. A. DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH E. L. ANDERSON, Director, B. A., M. A. N THE Department of Foreign Languages in the College there are three languages taught. The Departments of French and Spanish purpose to give the students who take up these languages a practical working knowledge in them. The students are trained to read, write, and speak French and Spanish. In addition to this the students learn a great deal about the people of France and Spain, their contributions to civilization, how they live, and their customs. Also the students are given an opportunityiof appreciation of the literature of the races. Of course these two departments train their students to become language teachers, too. The Department of Latin has exactly the same purpose as the Departments of Spanish and French except that Latin is not taught as a spoken language. This is seemingly a great dis- advantage. This disadvantage is oilset, however, by the fact that courses in mythology and private life are taught. These courses are very valuable to students. The course in mythology is especially valuable to English students. The department gives also a very thorough and comprehensive word-study course. This course is exceedingly valuable to all students. This department, just as the others, gives training in better methods of teaching the subject. Page 28 Y f H ,Zig 4, -8 , q YZ., I , .4 , ,,,,v .,.,,, ,fag-, -JT?-an 11,3-nl., 4.-rm--.Ax ff-ff-a---V-TC:-I-ef v-f-.f1-'-+--e- - f T if -2-' l W Tl Lil. :ALM ii11'T.'15fTj'jfiT. it azssilaa.-3,-A--- A--F--L 4 - l l 1 , -. ,, ,JE ,. .E-Y ,H-..i-..f.eE.- E T fax A .W T. ...iv ..... 4,7 M, 1 f. ,T-T! .. -.,.. 7- :ff--. Y . I - I ' Y 'err'-' rr 'M' ' ' :, : 1.-s ,, A I 'I V ., , 'f H, 'I "' ' ' T I -cf -,lf'I I I I IAQ' I , L,.,.., ,,...-.. ..-.---. ---J I w- - .fu ,M S.. ,--E.:f.1h,fk,w--H-- --3--fa Mm,-E- .. ., 1 ,.--,Q-hxgif. I . .. L..f -.af tv- -s - I I W . I 1 II I . . U as II, mmf? . N ses "III I ' r II, I --.Ia E , , 1 ' A' I ' I I . V I Mfr I I W 1' ' gg - ' 1 I . ' I i 'JI .I Us J I .L . . I I 3,2 1 . gg I , J I . I ' 'I I V. 4.1 . I I I 'II ' I :I ' , f ' ,, , I .f A 1 I I . T . '- .. .. 'I I I . c 1 . I .I 1 I I- II 'I 4,1141 ' I ' I I ' ' I ,f . II i i , ' . I I I I V r I 'Im yA" 3' ' 1: MCCONNELL COMPTON - ' COWLING PENDER JACKSON , IMI FARRINOTOX PRITCHARD SNVENSON NEWTON "f Biuncxzs VVILSON ISJNGSBURY ' I I ,I I u a I Ykpezrfmenf 0 f Soezezl Sezeneef DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY I I J. R. SWENSON, Director, B. A., M. A. MARY JO COWLING, B. S., M. A. I I NIINA BETH SEELBACH, B. S., NI. A. ' DEPARTNIENT OF HISTORY L. YV. NEWTON, Director, B. A., NI. A. CORA BELLE WILSON, A. B., A. NI. 1 ' J. L. IQINGSBURY, Curator, Hirtorical E. H. FARRINGTON, A. B., NI. A. , - ' Mitrezirrz, B. A., Ph. D. ANNABELLE PRITCHARD, B. A., NI. A. I I C. A. BRIDGES, B. A., A. NI. I I If I DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND GOVERNNIENT VV. J. MCCONNELL, Director, B. A., JACK JOHNSON, B. A., NI. A. I NI. A., Ph. D. Ross COMPTON, Director Debating, IQ J. W. PENDER, B. A., A. B., A. NI. A. B., B. S., M. A. Inj J. E. JACKSON, B. A., M. A. III I HE Department of Social Sciences is made up of four departments: The Department of Geography, the Department of Government, the Department of History, and the Depart- I I Ii ment of Economics. I I The Department of Geography takes up two phases ofthe subject. One is human geography, and the other is earth science. ' I Ir, ,. I. The chief aim ofthe members of the History Department is to train the students to interpret I the meaning of our present history and to look into the future history somewhat, in the light of the past. ' p df, The Department of Government takes up almost all the important governments. The ,gg department purposes to make better and more intelligent citizens of its students and also in- 'girl directly to make the school children of Texas understand our Government and become good citizens. ' lil, The Economics Department takes up a study of Sociology and of pure Economics. It purposes to give the student a thorough knowledge of the social and industrial relation of men. I and the capabilities and limitations of social effort, I Page 29 ,I E-.JY I-:Ti,T...?l-:ia ..-1- . --:fn ..-- 5 rv U'3't'-sy :,.J'Ve-X X-w7s,'-V., I-I11--2:1I-SfE17---ffm''f'vefv:2f'.-HSE-'ning--ei II ' L Lilifif -' .43 iii.-ji, 'ii T" 'TT i -xi " :If "L1L'5llf'QLL- SFT-Ti?'W Ti a -W P 'O Q ia: L' PT1i..L.QV KID all .ara 'I' i. ffl ll' W?" " 'H A---w ,, , Y Ll V .1 ' , Z , I vr ,' Ml ' ,A - - gs? . Ili 9 , I--'I . n 1 i , , r , -. 1. , . iif ' A q ,, Q, 41 3' i I Q Vg ' l . 5531-'Q I ,H li ' . if in - I I . O I Y I. v v li E1 NIASTERS JOHNSTON FLOYD XVILLARD CURBO LEGG ETT fi MCBRYDE L. L. MILLER BRENHOLTZ HENIOAN DAVENPORT Ti . yi Department of .wiural Sezerreef I 'l xl- DEPARTIVIENT OF BIOLOGY ll I J. H. LEGGBTT, Acting Director, B. S. J. B. MCBRYDE, NI. A. J OLA JOHNSTON, M. A. MRS. WINNIE JACOBS, B. S. I MRS. B. B. HARRIS, B. S. li ,. DEPARTIVIENT OF CHENIISTRY ll ',' W. N. MASTERS, Director, B. S., B. A., L. P. FLOYD, B. S., IVI. S. A il iii i M. A. T. A. WILLARD, B. A., M. A. l ADDIE MAE CURBO, B. S. I DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS 1 i L. L. MILLER, Director, B. A., M. A. HAROLD BRENIHOLTZ, B. S., IVI. S. ,I-ll HREF: Sciences are taught in the College under the head of the Department of Natural :lil Sciences. These are Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. The Biology Department prepares students primarily to become teachers of Biology in our high schools and colleges. Students majoring in any of the Social Sciences, however, are furnished an excellent Biological background for their studies by this department. The chief aim of the Chemistry Department is to train its students to be teachers of chemistry and Home Economics in the schools. There are a good number of students in the department, though, Who are taking chemistry as part of their preparation to enter a medical school. Several other chemistry Students take it as a foundation for later study in commercial chemistry. .The Department of Physics has for its great aim the interpreting and giving of mathematical expression to the fundamental and invariable laws of Nature, dealing with mechanics, heat, sound, light, electricity, and magnetism. These laws and fundamentals are so taught that they may be presented to high school students afterwards in a clear Way. Page 30 1-A . A . --...,,L.LL -. L ,J ,fm ,..,. 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XVALKER LOLA Cox NIABLE XIANDIVER L11.L1AN PARRILL GLADX'S KELSO NIARY ANDERSON PEARL ETHEREDGE FLOYD GRAHM Yleparimefzi of fine ufrif DEPARTMENT Ol' READING RUBY C XVALKER,D17ECi07, B O B A MRS HALLY LYNN TAYLOR Prwate, LOLA COX, A B DEPARTMENT OI' DRAVVING CORA E STAFFORD, Dzfector, B S M A MABLE VANDIVER, B 1' A M A DEPARTMENT OI' MUSIC LILLIAN M PARRILL, Dmfctor GLADYS K1:LsO MARY ANDERSON, B M EDITH WINSTON FLOYD GRAHNI HE Department of P1ne Arts embraces three college departments Readmg, NIUSIC, and Art The Readmg Department has for rts pr1mary purpose the formatrou of good hab1ts zn the every day volce and rn mterpretatlon from the prrnted page It also rncludes fundamentals of dramatxcs the proper methods of debatmg and decla1m1r1g, and an mtensrve study of phoneucs In the BVIUSIC Department, one may get l1lStI'l1Ct1OI'1 ln harmony, hlstory, pubhc school 1nus1c, p1ano VOICC band and orchestra, and p1pe organ A thorough apprec1at1or1 of mus1c, and a bas1s of technlque are objects strrven fO1 The Art Department purports to set down a foundat1on of art appreclatlon whrch W1ll be suHic1er1t for rts students to have a cultured understandmg and a power of c11t1c1sm and one that Wlll SUH:lC6 for a more speclallzed and extenslve pursu1t of art1stry Naturally, work IS gwen 111 each department for teachers purposes and the teachmg pro fesslon Pag 31 . 4 4 . q .I . s I, I u 0 ' 7 ' . . . 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EI 59iEQ,5'f L' Cf. 1 lF'ii-I !.,, ll l i vw All J ljl ll . , I ,M ll , l l ,N yi l , EH 1 '11 ul I In K1 .1559 il ja ww- -P w w Mc- -Ta.1.:.af- .- M at P at A C A at Q Watts asf till J QL., Hvyt :P ' L' QW VTE V A A MILLER NICGNNIS BARLSDALE LARIMER Zlejuzrimenzir ofejlfathemafzcf and ommerve DEPARTMENT OF NIATHENIATICS T E PETERS, Dzvzctor, A B A M MYRTLE C BROWN, B A M A A C MCGINNIS, B B A B A W A LARIMER, B A M A ' AMOS BARKSDALE, B A M A DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE A PAUL VV MILAM, M B A A C MCGINNIS, B B A B A A A IWILLER, Dzvector, LL B B A M A HE Department of Mathemaucs 1n the college, of course, has for 1ts major alm the trammg of students to make mathemat1c teachers Wlth real ab1l1ty In th1s, the great ann, the de T partment has been and 1S ent1rely successful Th1S has been shown by reports made upon teachers - who have been tramed by the members of the Department of Mathemat1cs - The Department also purposes to gxve 1ts students a mechamcal and automat1c mastery of the fundamental facts and processes used 1n the mechanmcal world Mathemaucs IS also taught for the benefit of many sclence majors, who have to have It ln the1r work j As every department has for 1ts a1rn the trammg of teachers, so has the Department of Commerce Its a1m IS to tram students to become teachers of commercxal subjects 1n the hlgh . schools of the state j Bes1des the trammg of teachers, though, the department has many students who are takmg Commerce so that they may use the knowledge obta1ned m the dlfferent fields of bus1ness Every year more and more students are taklng Commerce for th1s expressed reason Also more of them are taklng Commerce 1n order to make teachers of themselves l I Page 32 .. wlrj Nl, ' l n l - j F ' l lu T?"'E:' ' -'fr r -Z ,. , - WNW- -li- We E, .., ogg, f L L 1 r 2 - . 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W HQ' . . . . jijjl . 1 5' ll u n Q n Q wi HT! l l L I . : . . . . I. , ' 'Fi ' . . . X . . . . 1 lj y 'fa-. 1 H-lrd ' l UI ' ' f ---sf-. i-?af fv, :.-rf. -a ..,, ' -V1 - .-Y: fr:- ag -H e 2 at 'Q 4:1 ua- Lu-. J1 M, -..Eg .S-3 f7:tQ f,"',-"fr Tp' W in ' ZMLTX ,a-' A, .-Q.-XI-L.a C -C .i 113, M-, .E .t-na. Ml., - X- . ACKER I'IE1TSCI-I JOHNSTON J Ykpazrimefzf of Home 5 60120712251 MRS. CLARA B. MCCONNELL, Dmaof, B. A., M. s., M. A. NIURIEL E. VVILLIAMS, A. B., lvl. A. IESSIE E. ACKER, B. S., M. A. NIARY HEITSCH, NI. A. REBECCA MAE JOHNSTON HE primary object of the Department of Home Economics is to train students to be teachers and home-makers. The Department Oilers courses in Child care and training, household management, clothing, health education, home nursing, nutrition, and dietetics, as well as methods of teaching home economics. A cottage is provided for the advanced students of home eco- nomics, and here the students spend ten Weeks getting experienced in all phases of managing a home. One requirement is that each student entertain at least once a term. Besides the regular teachers, one assistant is employed for this department. Page 33 iii' i i an lfllf' f" TW i a i i"'f.a.-.1'-- "LJ, WMM .laL .123 lily' l'..lQ.f,'lQ:QEglt-Qleggmo q I F7 l . , " Z ' Z: : - -- - ,.. jg -, - - . - :eff ,. v-v.-we--,fl---'A .-:- . L a - i T l l BLACKBURN I-IALL Department of Induyfrzdl 6D.6fZl6'dl'Z'07Z HUGO I. P. VITZ, Director, B. S., B. A., M. A. S. A. BLACKBURN, B. E., A. M. J. D. HALL, IR., B. A. HE Industrial Education Department gives the student a thorough training in the practical arts., from the standpoint of a beginner and the professional. Courses are offered in printing, mechanical and architectural drawing, wood- work, and visual education. The principles and machinery of all the machines common to a printing shop are set forth, and a certain degree of proficiency is attempted by the student. Actual experience in printing the college paper gives the student a decided advantage over other classes of school education. The principles of architecture, perspective, simple machine drawing, and house plan- ning are given in the courses dealing with this subject. In woodwork, the student learns the best methods of planing, sawing, jointing, and cabinet making. The Visual Aid work includes work in photography, picture projecting, slide making, and their application to the teaching profession. All these courses offer a great deal of help to the ordinary student, and a tangible knowledge which can be applied to his everyday life. Page 34 H3219 A Y V ,,,- W W , A..- - , ' ,- ' L l - QI,f"".1gji1 Stagg I I l ' "Tr 'fmi"'57'7 i1"f'fii'Eu5 r:7l2 -5551 -!"fI-2.0 'T "lv ,' T 5' C' ' "ii 'LQLIQEXSZL' 'L 7:lmi'?TF ii ' 'fi' I ' i Q' tm' 'We C r QY Ll L V -. sg 'j I S . 5-if 5 1 I l I l ll l all I . . i I .. l Fil V. l H L I I I A -r' li ' Z ' . ,Y : 1 ' flil I - ' Y i , ii Y Mil lL...- if 4.-.L Z.- .,,., -.v..s -'H,.....-L-..ief. fr'1.....,... ' ill BUTLER EVANS CRAIG SHUMAKER E. SMITH will KEITH Srraousm WATSON WINSTON BRENHOLTZ "ii M.-vrruizws ALFORD BABI3 ANGELL i i. iL.:j .ig IU ' Qi: Qlemonffrczizon fhglz S 012001 jf IIB HE Demonstration School is one of the divisions of the college that affords f. instructional service for children. It also gives students of the college the opportunity of observing the organization, conduct, and control of a model school. ls The curriculum embraces the kindergarten and the first eleven grades of the public school. There are four departmentsg namely, Primary, Intermediate, Junior High School, and Senior High School. The grades up to the eleventh are limited to .,- twenty-four pupils. The eleventh grade has no limitation. Before a child is en- rolled in the school he must first take a classification test, and from this he is placed ll in the grade that the teachers think advisable. The project method of instruction is used quite extensively in the school. These projects not only enable the students I to become more efficient in the subjects outlined and required, but also in the iq' subjects of every day life that present themselves as they progress throughout the 1' fl year. They learn more of the practical things which will be beneficial to them both in their college Work and in later life. Q il H l I J I AI la Page 35 I-U1 lx ii ' ' 'T' 1'7" fl ' "" ' """"' " ' ' ' Z" ' F11 ans. til Q2 me rr wfll r it wk .'., ,gi ,ig j E. BLAIR Department 0 f 5.x'z'emz'0fz HERE has been a realization ofa great need for an extension department of this college of late. As a Teachers' College, we have had active teachers in all of our larger and more progressive towns, asking for a system of extension teaching, for which college credit Will be given. 'XVe have at last built up a department, of which any school could Well be proud. Extension courses are now offered in Ft. YVorth, Dallas, Gainesville, Decatur, and neighboring towns. Applications for extension service are constantly coming in from smaller towns even further removed than those who have already procured this service. Not only this, but the curriculum of this Department is constantly growing. English, Spanish, Economics, Education and other subjects are now offered in the majority of the towns mentioned above. The Work is not only beneficial to those teachers Whom the department reaches, but it is an asset to the college and a symbol of its progress and efficiency of productiveness. E. -.,.- .,.. .--a nn., pt If .V i lg, f . .e fm- --Mm- Page 36 Y.-., . -Y -lg gqwn... - .+,... K. ,- , 7. , WF W K 4,,-, H A 5 ,N ',,T.,T ..,,. E. .- - . - -- . +---f-4+Ng 4 ,fn A , . . , ,i . ,. ,D rf, K ,.-, ,, "mi f f exif' , ' ' V 1 - i , ' i i . nv, -, A,w- Y, -,-N, , , ,V W A 5 ,I ' l l L I it E l ii .fy Y ---.- . . . ,,, ,,, .,t,- s., ff -..-Z --- --,,.-. , J.....l,.q,Y f i., n L n i v T il 1 , A ii Su, Sy, ,jg -il fl Fi i"' PF fi -93 .gli lil nfl sl Q T t ' . lik? FoU'rs B. Haiuuss COTTERAL REID ll 'fg -I Deparfnzenf 0 f Tfzyyzml gducazfzofz f l THERON J. FOUTS, Director, A. B., M. A. BEULAH A. HARRISS, A. B. JOHN B. REID, B. A. DONNIE COTTERAL, B. S. ' EDITH KUBECK, B. S., B. P. Ed. lf . L HE Department of Physical Education in our College purposes to promote and look after 14 the physical, mental, and social welfare of all the students of the college and to train students l as teachers of Physical Education. '- Every student in school mayiiind an opportunity to better himself mentally as Well as physi- cally through this department because it sponsors so many activities and such a variety of Work. Of course, the Department of Physical Education sponsors all intercollegiate athletic con- tests, also a Well organized program of intramural contests every year. Tournaments in several Til sports are held each year for both men and Women and the Physical Education Department ", sponsors them. ,U The intercollegiate sports or major sports in the college sponsored by the Department are Mil football, basket ball, track and tennis. In the field of intercollegiate athletics, the Eagle teams, which are coached by members of the Physical Education Department, stand as living examples of fair play and excellent sportsmanship. This fine idea of sportsmanship is due entirely to the lm influence of the coaches, as no team can be fair and have unfair coaches. This great sentiment, lf' brought about by members of the Physical Education Department, is one that has established li, an undying friendship with the colleges with whom we have athletic relations. A li 1. 1. Page 37 ii. I f ' - ffm I-','f"S-,'P1'W"f11 ,Tx .. A ,Q i fgiif. EU. ISSJ .lei 1199 i1T:1'g41cit.':,c5rt'1 -gf ri A , w ' .L Cngieawgxf TQIQ QE -ALTER 12:1 ' 1- w. 'JSE 1, l -is , , 5 , ak .at rfvf"?3Q-- Y rf 1 .Z ag, H MCCRACKEN Brmsuaans H. WVILLIAMS BENNETT' BEACH Qbrary MRS PEARL C MCCRACKEN, Head Lzbmrzan, LOTTIE, BRASHEARS, B S EADING ROOMS The old name has almost gone out of eX1stence, although the rooms are stlll there Over each door can be seen the spots where the old slgns used to hang Everythmg IS qu1et, except for whrspers for reserve books, and a rustle of paper Entermg, we see unmedlately an assortment of shelves behlnd a counter There are two or three asslstants busy 1ssu1ng the reserve books On a rack are newspapers, lncludlng New York Tamer and the Umted State: Dazly L1n1ng the rooms are shelves of reference books on the one hand and bound per1od1cals on the other Across the center of one room IS a f1le offermg some one hundred and twenty ive magazmes, and other penodlcals, and tiled back numbers of each Beyond are tables, supportlng themes, texts, reference books, tales of love, adventure, tragedy mystery, drama, and psychology allurlng or depress1ng In the stackroom are books everywhere A rack of new books for the mspectxon of students and faculty are here, also a catalog, lately mcreased 1n slze and cataloglng the hundreds of old books, together wlth the one thousand n1ne hundred and hfty new volumes secured smce Sep tember Ist The Llbrary Department expects soon to get a new l1brary bu1ld1ng, 1nclud1ng a good refer ence room, a large dellvery hall, ofhces for l1brar1an and catalogmg, semlnar rooms, faculty consultat1on room, stack room, publlc catalogmg room, and adequate staff to g1VC eHlc1ent service to the students The hbrary 1S probably the most smooth runn1ng and well managed department of the college We appreclate the att1tude and servlce of the l1brar1ans Maybe It won t be long before you wrlte numbers on a card push a button, and catch the book Page 38 gg-U -Q "lf l33f71,.1E' FT- 'TTT cc an , - . l . C 9 . , . Cl 33 ' ' . , I . 7 S 1 e L fur ,'e" ' 4' 'f rvcgmi-1 - .,-.?..,.., ,-.,...wfwee-1 'Tre -.,' ' 1 I, 'Q ,I , A777 1 A, V 1 ny- '---I -n. f. Y-- H J , .J 5- 1' feah KI ""'5' " 'F' F' . 'TNT 7'-PT if 2? ,Q , 'L.-jgIlQ,g.-lv ....LI.i.....,-..Li.-,,,-.--1ma----.,.,,L--a-,1-:-: ,, JFYE, A www! I ,L , ,iw px I5 ,L , - A I - , Y,,,,,,, U,LI,,1'f ...sn -MMI -fm.,f"s.i,,'e- Lp -. Mer-f--Wm-+' rr rm'fr'f'r1-fv'f- 1 it - I I I I I 'I I ,I I I I II II V II l-'YY wmv,-Y , , ,, ,.-, ,MH A .,,..-.. ,m,.,,,. ,...,. . ,III --I- -.--.-if -T-A-- ---- - , , . . . . , ... , , -, -.71 E. H. FARRINGTON Teadzer Tlczcemeni Service HAT the stock room is toa factory, the Teacher Placement Service is to the College-a place for sorting and classifying the- products of its educational endeavors preparatory to filling the demands of the teaching field. This Placement Service further serves the purpose of filling orders that may come in in the form of calls for teachers, selecting teachers in light of their qualifications, the problems and conditions of the field, and recommending such teachers to school oflicials. But the service does not end with the' placement of teachers in teaching positions. There must be a follow-up system to see that the product of the College "proves" This, then, is another important function of this department of the college. Furthermore, it advises with teachers in training, and counsels them as to their fields of Work. In so doing, the Placement Service is not only serving the best interests of the students and the College, but also, the public schools of the State in helping to 'supply qualified teachers, and helping to place such teachers in positions where they can best Work. In maintaining this department, and at no cost to stu- dents, the College is keeping pace with the present tendencies in all lines of endeavor, and particularly in that of teacher-training. Formerly, if the student could secure several letters of general recommendation, he would send out copies of these to school oflicials under Whom he wished to teach. In such instances, he would possibly be elected to any type of teaching position, regardless of his fitness for that position. In case of failure in the Work, the college Wherein the teacher received his training would be held responsible for this misfit. Since the new certificate law has changed the possibilities of teachers applying for any type of positions, and since the college professors can not be expected to write so many letters of recommendation to different schools, the Teacher Placement Service becomes an important department of the College. This service not only relieves the student and teacher from unnecessary correspondence, but it also acts as the agency for bringing the student in touch with suitable positions and for giving the employer the instructors' estimations of the student as a prospective teacher. Recommendations which a student has not seen doubtless have greater Weight with the employer when he chooses his teachers, than the ones which 'the student himself has collected. Since the Placement Office is the means by which students are placed and promoted in the teaching field, it is to their interest to keep in constant touch with the Teacher Placement Service after they leave the Institution. Page 39 nf f .. -..:.f f- K W. , f-A-X M..-ffx .,-. -T.,,j...-Y,,,..,.,.,..- ,,,,,--.mn-,,:-T, I . ,.. li I ' I I , Ci I Th , T ' i i 'I :'i,1f11j,..n-,vm lg ,I ,l .ki-ff :LA V'r1g,nf'.fr" r' ' or it "jj A.:-f " '-inf w 4 Q-iw-mm f ,RNQ - ,.,.,?,..,T ',,.,,1 7 ,Q L , ,nr 7 K Y M , ,--,Ang-W -2--1?.-.sLsL.1.-wh.. .v+,Lv-rg 4 ,Wm V L ' y I ip ll 4, X.1,.5 -ug-Q - - g -D-LA -A- f e Y f " rf' 1-L. Y Fl. - . ' IVIAMIE E. SMITH 65x-Student! QfY.v50cz'm'z'0fz HE Ex-Students Association of the North Texas State Teachers College is one of the oldest organizations in the College. Probably the only organizations which are older than this association, are the lVIary Ardens and the C. L. C.'s. During the earlier years of the Ex-Students Association's existence the sole purpose of it was to cement the "exes" more solidly together. During this time a scholarship annually was given to a junior or senior who was found worthy in character and scholarship. Since the Teachers College became a college of the first rank, an effort has been made which allows the state to organize the "exes" so that college loyalty could be encouraged and old col- lege days lived over again and any other things or sports! and for the good of the college in gen- eral. There have been a good number of these organizations lately. A loan fund has been established comparatively recently for the benefit of students who would have to Withdraw from school if this fund was not in existence. This fund is rather small at present, but it is growing all the time and is destined to be a great fund in later years. Every year on the Saturday preceding the baccalaureate sermon a banquet is given. This is the one social event of the Association that' is looked forward to with great enthusiasm by the members Page 40 Ilrlll 9 si-E 1'.1.LlZH f'fi"",-'::i1 i-1.f1'i11Ql" 1s ig Y J if i , , 5441- ,V I 91 l I v- :-- wi- .. 1.---4-:.,.T T-1.. 5- -f --s fm- -aa nfl... . wa f W 'I H- H' M11 A M ' H I Y A K'-Pai' '. ,uxf 1 I -' S 1 ."- 'S NNY xx in I TTTTT' T ' fi1f'Ilil"Tx TT 'WFT F' l , ,, ,rf .- X , r L ' I,f..'A V a f- ----L' --4-- -- -- --'-'Q'--- - -3 L -N Page 41 u - Y i DAFFRON, HOWORTII, PIALL, BRALY, WJNDLE L. A. PERRYMAN, M. WILKE1!EON, AnM1s'rEAD, CUMMINGS, WOOD TALLEY, MADDOX, M. L. SIMPSON, CLARK, ROBINSON W0men'J Forum HF. Young Women's Forum, which is composed of every girl in the college, is one of the most democratic and effective organizations of the entire group of extra-curricular activities. Its council, composed of representatives from each class and headed by executives chosen from the girls of the student body at large, form a group which is doing a very great deal toward raising college standards. The problems which it undertakes to present and to solve deals with living conditions, behavior, dress, honor, and general welfare. One of the outstanding movements which the Forum sponsors is the house- presidents organization, which has done much toward unifying the boarding houses and adding to the living and social conditions in them. The Forum also sponsors the All-College Teas which are given every Wednesday afternoon, beginning in the winter term and at which various groups or organizations of the campus serve as hostesses. The social life of the college is delightfully enlivened by the popular dances and which are frequently given under the auspices of the Forum. Through the Forum, the girls of the college have been brought into a closer contact with each other, especially, by the Big Sister-Little Sister movement, and a liner class spirit has been outwardly manifested by the adoption of colors and insignia for the girls of each class. All of these campus movements have been Worked out and put into effect by the Forum Council. 'TTT' f' Lu ma... W , . ,4 ..,g, env, -.,,.f we - ,X ,., -aa.. ,L,i..f.....1 -- 7 r if 43lf,,l'i',TlfhI"Lid-Iiifffrgg-Q'.HL.fif,E.'3TZfi' H '-ii-iiaii-l:gil!E iight-3151-4s:1:5f,:-'afL::lL A C'i?'E.agW'WlQfKFim . "" ff A" " ' 1 ' -'tvvft tv G if -. - ffaa--Q-Two 15- , if , l I l , . . li l l W it l A I WLT. ri ' i V ', COBB BLACKWELL HOWORTH RUDD DoUGLAs CORNELIUS ARNHSTBAD LoNG . Clay! Owner! SENIORS J. D. COBB . . . . . Prerident T. BLACKWELL . . Vice-P1'esicie1zt MARGARET HOWORTH . . Secrztary- Treasurer JASMINE RUDD . . . Social Chairman HE classes of 1928-IQ29 have had many social events that they will long remember. This has been brought about by co-operation of the class officers and some very efficient corn- mittees. Every social activity has been given for the Wholesome amusement of the student body, and has been highly enjoyed. A closer spirit has been brought about in this manner, and our leisure time has been well spent. The Seniors have been instrumental in planning and executing some of the outstanding and most enjoyable occasions of the year. Our social spirit reached its zenith in the Valentine Dance that was sponsored by this class. Aside from All-College allairs, the Seniors have had a very successful social season for the class itself. JUNIORS CHARLES DOUGLAS . , .. . . . Presideni HERMAN CORNBLIUS . . Vice-Prerident ISABELLE ARMISTEAD Secretary-Treafiwer TWZARY LONG . . Social Chairman The Juniors sponsored an All-College dance in December and afforded the students a most pleasant evening. Their class dance in April was well attended and registered in their mind as another success. The Junior Farewell Party will be held in Nlay. V Page 42 to 91' 'B T A ' "':-'Q ff! N- Viv Jil ' D , ',Lgf,f,QQ .il-A4 ' Lili 'L' T '1fDLI:-YT??iiEif"l'1'-ffl?-izl ""' " 'iijiij TF'.c+f-TY?-' l.'FR'iEfiTliEi:' 1 I Ifff t c Www HLLIQQEE. W- , . T' . l r l 1 . ' w 1 1 4 1 '1 I I 3 l . +1 f ' iff 3 -. 1 2 5 ,gg if 1 HN .' I 2 ' I. '13, JERDEN Huzrr PERRYMAN HELNIS i , E. ADKINS V. MILES ,fi 1' ll w FI Cldff OWKETJ' ig SOPHOMORES Y CECIL JERDEN . .... , . President NORRIS I'IIETT . . . Vice-Prexidefzt LUCY ANNISE PERRYMAN Secretary-Treasurer MURIEL HELM . '. Social Chairman '5- The Sophomoresihave not been Very active in the social circle this year, but they have sanctioned and attended' every All-College function. ' FRESHMEN EARI. ADKINS . . . . . Prexiaient VERDIE MILES . . Vice-Prefident ELISE VITZ . . , . Secretary-Treafurm' Q The year 1928-IQZQ for the "fish" will be replete with memories of the parties, dances, prorns, and orientation lectures. The Hslimesv have a wonderful class with deserving officers, and they have the spirit. Page 43 ' I Y . , V Y V . TT r I -... 'fa .1-. . ,lil gg '- :ec-ggxmfin l .l . ,Q at J ielccgciegrrfefeiffpa- iq -Fl ti . l . .. . I ll X bl IN l . . 'N l W . . . . Q. . .. . . . . Ill MII v. lx M V. I. lm: r"4 ."I . lx . I. . ll . . ., 1.0 ii' l l w . w 'Iwi . . ll l ll! . my ,. . I. 1 ' l . 1 n I ii i'Q.T.'Tf.'1TllgTil.f.,i 'T T TQ TI f X .. i 'W Q-JF ff"Ti.. gi' i fi. - 'T T T l l l T' ' T l 2.1 ll W 1 Q ,I ,li X 1 45,5 in m.. VR ' ' all l 1, ,J i T' "'l l T' , T P lp i l " '- 4 " .. . l :,, ,, 4:35i?5,s1 IH' .. P: 55555 .. ' T :A, ' -1 - Y , j",,i:E,.: I 2 i W 'li i - H' 'L H H rs" H H H H. , My ,V fri uf . . a . .fs . "" is 'ac . . 5' r . l' 1 ilij, ll ,. -ll' "5 l A E- f l 'III , Y ' I: I it .. T Elly - ' Y -E H I H' V .5 , Lp H H i V I wi ji ,ru H R windmill M as I will limit -i:wwwA-',Hgj3,.Mi: i QL!-ll ,H . HENRY IXIORRISON HAYNES TUCKER BATES ROSE if GARLINGTON BURNETTE XURIGI-IT WELCH GENTRY BRACEWELL g' . 1 li ' .5 I er rem' 0 mzfzzfimizwz Vi" O fz O exft! ' ' ' Lf 'P OR the purpose of putting the affairs of our administration on a truly professional basis, lr the college has created a department or staff of stenographers. This staH is partly com- ffj posed of students who are doing secretarial work on their "off hours" and partly by competent business men and women, well versed in stenography and accountancy. ' l 'ii The offices open to commercial students give them an opportunity for actual experience Q T in learning and applying the fundamentals of their work while yet in school. For commercial f Q teachers-to-be this is a valuable thing, and even more valuable because of the period of time i taken up comparative to a position elsewhere, where educational training is inaccessible. ., 1 iz l 4 . I W . fm. li - H, S H , ' - l ffl , :ff E. C. King has been in charge of the bookroom for a 'g ll i number of years. It has been no small job to be custodian . lif of the books used in this college. King has rendered splen- . i' did service in this capacity. The books are always in good ! , condition, and the students have received prompt attention -A in regard to the issuing of them. i w 1 l lr ' . - 1,3 ' i ll r'g L mu J WT- as , -A -f V, I- av., Hu-: ,- -,,.,. ..... -T .- .. -- .-..-..-.-. - .Y ..-Wafn Ni' ll-El i A r , . 3 l .i E. C. KING E, . Page 44 X'--5 ill 3:19 1, i"f i P g 45 emo rs W I UIV 1 v 1 f lllull G! Ill:-nl' igiuyh - I gl, 'nj , ' o i I . Yr QQ , x l H I REv'455-ff A -fa. 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B Greenvzlle Physlcal Educatxon Football T Club Physlcal ucauon Club BLACKWELL, T Dmion Commerce, B A Lee Lxterary Socxetv ldes Club Talons, Kappa.fDelLa P1 Scholarshlp Soclety , P cmega1 R01 Yucca' Staff, lbnnerary .Edxtm 28 Pen 1111 Tvpe' Clul:rv,Scu1or Class ff' VrcelPresQenEl29 I H115 J 1 S ' WBLOUNFI5 Gixiiisrm BLLL1: 'V V 'N .04 I W IGIQZHWLQ .Plljqg,1G3llmxE?gF3.fl01l' B T Glub,jgcregfary 25- 27 ,Green jackets, Eelta Psr K ppm AI3:es1d311T!l5'28-53, 1 7 Mary Arden,,Ci b iPl1ys1ea31 1173711 1EdiIcaZqqli4Cl13l9, I.Secre3: gy "6 Vl A A"'QPs5:.fgHIg1t93,jQ' . 71- I1 ur 1 we A ar 2 A7 In V U J my fb, f"'-LLB' lf 5 .II 2 fs" f 1 IWW Page M.-2 uh. ,LJ . L Zll2..rR1..11.. . .--- . . nf- 1 . -7- ' BREWER, NQLQQNE'-ff-Q' 1 C In .II .Denton Ill' III 1 Pllysicalg.EEluIgatio'n,fIB,J.S15 . N I 'Z Green Iacketagf- ' Kappag P-l1ysieal'Edncal:io11 - , Clubg VV. A. A., President 1 :GS 3,79 ' . 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Reporter I I ' S MENIBERS LENORA CORNWELL KENNETH HUNT ROBERT MARQUIS MRS. MYRTLE HARDY ROSABEL ELLIOT ERWIN ANDERSON MELBA GRAVES lVIARY ELLEN HENDERSON JIM GOBER ASHBURN -1 ,A I EMORY SMITH S SL' Sm' H W, XVINGATE LUCAS f - CLAUDINE FRENCH ,, l MR. C. F. JAMISON I3 H '- I NIRS. C. F. JAMISON T 1 TOM HAMILTON f ' 'Q J. VV. THOMAS I1 H. R. MCDANIEL I JANET BLAIR S I ,IS SALLIE SUE NIOCARTY I iz MRS. FAYE FULTON 5 'I - . I vi M -UHO ih I ,H 'lf X RUBY C. VVALKER, Direczor N- 1 Page 108 Ci. O E ,-2, ...,,E,S,, ,-,- E ,W LA- Y. ff., C.,--, -,1..i,..,..,--.iE.,T.SE..,Q , S. , . . .. . . . . , W, Y Y -..,., Y .q....... ,Y Y. , ..-. , -,.-,. . -,. -,-- . -- ----W l , l l . l l lr . . .. A ,, . , M11 Scrooge' he .Qllie Brure Qmmafzc' Club " HE Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club" was the name adopted by the historical organization of the College some years ago in honor of lVIrs. Lillie Bruce, wife of the President Emeritus, XV. H. Bruce. V The primary purpose of the organization is the creation of an appreciation for the beauty and technique of the spoken drama. Also to develop dramatic talent, and the art of acting, to cultivate taste for the best in drama, and to provide a wider fellowship for those interested in dramatics. ' The Club produces plays that lie within its scope, and each year two or three full evening performances are given, besides several one-act productions. Attempts are made to bring pro- fessional players and dramatic artists to the campus in order that the entire student body may enjoy dramatic productions of the highest type. Withiii recent years the club membership has been cut from fifty to twenty members. The reason of this lies in the fact thatmore individual training and experience can be derived and a higher standard maintained. The procedure of the meetings consists of the presentation of a one-act play, lessons in make-up, stage technique, stage decoration, and principles of voice culture. As the College is one for the training of teachers, special effort is made on the part of the Director to select plays which offer the best training for ' f ef Y public school work. - l In the annual tryouts the candidate must prove his l l A ability to interpret characters, and he must also success- fully pass a voice and diction test. l ' There is no attempt at professionality, but only the i y genuine desire to cultivate a cultural appreciation of the l drama. l The Dramatic Club has produced many plays during its existence and everyone of them has been entirely suc- cessful. Of all the plays that the club has produced not one of them has been a failure. They have all been enjoyed l and supported by the college students and the townspeople. The productions of the club have been far above the aver- I ' E age college talent productions, because the club never tries to put on a play above its scope and because the members Envm Awnmzsou, Prefidmz and directors always work faithfully. Page I 09 ff..-.-1 ,T lei ..:-:wax -rev ' .N f---'- ,. .:.f.ig.L11L-ist-.as ,,a-,f.,e-1: ,...,.3-,..5., ,.. e r to c lil f ll .. A 'fc":f'f1r'f',-"2 2115--fir'5-21SAf:"i?'1:':if2w-eff-24' r , , rv.. 4 .law '-f .. i A Fm-wg. 1-ff:-T,tT.a..-.f-.....f-.-PQ.--..- - .i ..e..l .--. ,J ,441 ?:L-:iff ,l.if,1 9:a.i',fi.-g' ' X ", ,,.-A,.11Ag,Jgt, -,M .,,, i 4, --'- . ygs,-..... f. 6. -era ---L-v ---4aL.i..1..,an.-u.'.1.L'0.-.H-.Lal Q '25-56' ?"'C7'f1r '?-,fffsq is 51 l 1. -1.,,,.,,.'44...1x?.,...:':.- -55,21-5. if 7' ga. ', i rv in .. 1.4: ill! Y ' 1 L :J 1 A - ' - - L. -- -. is nts all ., TAL, ffje fe:-ee-M C T CM T l 1 The U Mile! e S trumrnfrr Roneens, CI-IILDRESS, BLAIR, BAKER, MARIS, ALLEN LAYFIELD, Moons, JOHNSON, GALLAWAY, Brxusn IVIARTIN, ATKINSON, Wooo, Gnlxvxzs, RALSTON, I-1131.31 he Ukulele Club OFFICERS MURIEL HELNI . . . . . Irzrtruczor MABEL RODGERS . . . Prefident MfXRY RUTH MARTIN . Secretary- Treasurer RUTH LAYFIELD . . . Chat Reporter HE Ukulele Strummers, sponsored by Miss Parrill, is the first organization of its kind on the Teachers College Campus. It was organized in the fall of '28 under the supervision of Nluriel Helm. The club has increased in membership considerably since its first meeting, and it is still progressing in ehiciency. The purpose of members of this organization is to afford amusement and entertainment for themselves as Well as ,for other organizations on the campus which need tlfeir assistance. Amuse- ment and entertainment, however, is not the sole purpose of the club. It is devoted also to intensive training for public performances and affords an V opportunity for the development of unrevealed talent. ? Before one is eligible to become a member of the club, she must meet certain requirements as to her ability as a M musician. During the single year of its existence on the campus the Ukulele Club has scored a marked success. This club has revealed some Wonderful talent and has given several public performances. Each one of these performances has been enthusiastically received by the audience. This club is sure to live and progress, because it gives the kind of entertainment that the students really enjoy and appreciate. Y, . n -...,. C. . Y.. - I lVIURIEL 1'IELM, Direclor Page 110 .F 1 -.,,, .--1-- A: +--. K- f -- n . f . . A,e...,...a..,... -'J Q? , ,gf 5 - . Tgj ,g'U'I -f - f 1 ---- .L- as, E4 ' Hg,-' . - Lie.. , -. , Y H7110 1 If. L 'H' ' -I' , Left to right-ELIVARETII ARMISTEAD, W. LILLARD, E. HAYES, J. ASHBURN, R. NIORGAN, J. D, COBB, C. ROGERS, Z. WIIITE, E, SMITH, O. M. IVICCRIGHT, C. GREEN, J. B: ROBERTS Jbferzif glee Club PERSONNEL First Tenor: A C. O. MCCRIGI1T GLEN ROGERS J. B. ROBERTS Second Terwrs CLIFFORD GREEN EMORY SMITH ZACK XVHITE Page 111 - ' I . E.-- , ., . J LILLIAN PARRILL, Direclm Y O S' A HIT frjfx, pjr.. 'EEE WR E"" E -LIL ":lfJff f An- ...f-nrvff. A. ,I-t ----7?-.-V,-E--f-,.,L-.-r... F irft Bane: C. A. JOHNSON ROBERT NIORGAN J. D. COBB Second Bane: NVARD DILLARD JIM ASHBURN EDWIN HAYES N N I A. JOHNSON, G LILLIAN PARRILL . . 'Director ELIZABETH ARMISTEAD Accompanift ZACK XVHITE . . . Prexident EDWIN HAYES . Buxirzen .Manager ......,..L............-.,:,- - . . 1-.,,Q.S,,q. , ., ,., , IMI, ,.A.. . ---4.,..-:,z,ifi1., . -Y, ,,. .. J... Y. i. ni n ui y l ,,, , l- . . . 'L but the finished product justified the effort. Few colleges the size of ours, with no more trained voices than we have, would attempt so ambitious a program .W L lil .IQ jjjI'iC?'f+T5T1 '--fad fin' 7' ',-T ,.-fr-3 ,- af-5 ff- : W -2- evra W . .i.,,.-..Tt'h gilt Lllj '-ull, GL ., ,gift iii-'tfifrrttf i'i'Li'ff1" gl, I lj ll . 1,3 T ' W H, rm- ' -ee - ff -- -'--4.--4-- as an... .. , L. . -Y L Y -W ,E ,, Y, ,ba . a . - ,a , , 7 E: .Ji ,il V ' ' i f l l l. rj 1 4 1 . 1 ' l I va . i N 4 l J '. l ' i I xi Q 5.15127 ll 4 will ' "ll mg . 'L . .. if Si ', , sez: ' ,, sas' ia " ' V ' Y l LH Collage' Chorur if College 67101145 I l .l OFFICERS li 'WARD DILLARD . . . . . Prerident Q MURIEL HELM . Secrelary-Treasurer jul l WORTH L. COFFEY . . . . I Critic j l ELIZABETH ARMISTEAD . Accompanist LAURA BEATTY SMITH . Accompcmirt A Miss MARY ANDERSON . Organirt l L L HE' College Chorus, an organization of approximately one hundred voices, has contributed 1' its share to campus activities. Its annual program of Christmas Carols, and its rendition of ir' l in an oratorio during the spring term each year have become traditional. For iive years the oratorio selected has been Haydnis "Creation" This year the organization decided to change, and they chose Mendelssohnis "Elijah" The artistic production of any oratorio requires ability and a ' willingness to workg the production of "Elijah" required an unusual amount of time and talent, H' . . . . 7 T il Ip as one of the greatest oratorios, but it is a joy to our Chorus f to work on such numbers, and we know that one of the j 1 in. , 'll priceless treasures of our college life will be the memory of l , W ' these choruses. ' lVIiss Lillian M. Parrill, Director of the College Chorus, jill i states that she is indebted to Otto Meissner, who directs . l il the chorus at Chicago lVIusical College where she studied. l Miss Parrill received instruction this past summer from ' Mrne. Schumann-Heink. Sheh as also been a pupil of Oscar l I ' w li Saenger, of New York, and Herbert Witherspooli, of ' l ' Chicago. 1: The College Chorus should be complimented upon the . lzi . . . . . I Z '-'- 7 1 . fine work that lt has done during the year. This spring it . l lit-.il gave lXflendelssohn,s "Elijah" and scored a great success. . j .1 . . . - . - i Y . .J X Surely such an organization will live and grow and bring ' Credit to this institution. Miss LILUAN M. PARRILL, Director lpn' i Page H2 ill lc. .,,,,... L LL.. ,...,.., aa.a?. W-.- a al" as 'n o' was L 'qi l '9--if il-'ai 0,1 1. .LLR..a:,a.-.,- .-.a..aaf... L. , ' 5V...77'.f1?Q "Eli .l5.dL""f'l asaffiaf Qiilld fa3i2Tfg.aLua..di. iT'i7 'THYY' ' " ' , A , if C 1 if A - A 5' A "i 5 tain that the Band will uphold the high standards of the T 4 l . il , l i All -ii Elzgle fam! HE Eagle Bands have made great progress this year under the unexcelled leadership of Floyd Graham, Concert Master de luxe Forty five uniforms were issued to members of the Eagle Band. This organization has been in great demand for booster tr1ps The Band played for the West Texas Chamber of Com- merce which met in Fort Worth, and for the State Firemen's Convention which met in Denton. They made the trip to Commerce with the team during football season and in addition played for all ball games They also carried out the time honored custom of the regular Tuesday evening concert on our own campus with concerts at the City Park and C. I. A. on other evenings. The Stage Band, composed of eighteen members, plays popular music largely. Its excuse for this is the highly enjoyable programs it gives in Assembly. The Beginners Band 1S what its name implies Twenty people took advantage of this oppor- tunity to learn to play They do not often favor the public with a concert. The improvements in the Band in facilitating the .work have been extensive. A well equipped band practice room, a new and modern band shell, a band-house, where rooms are provided for musicians, a thousand dollars worth of new instruments, and increased repertoire of tuneful symphonies are outstanding achievements of the year. The Band is about to be rewarded in part at least for its work during the year. Within the last few weeks the citizens of Denton have been making up a fund with which to send the band to El Paso to play during the West Texas Chamber of Commerce Convention. At the present it seems as though the trip is an absolute certainty. The boys of the Band have practiced and are practicing faithfully in order that they may do their best in El Paso. We feel cer- College and give it beneficial publicity. FLOYD CSRAIIAM Dzvrclol Page I J 3 FH Q 'E Q iii. if iiii iiiiii CMAYLCC . , , , 7- fav.. -,T g . ,I ,egg ,vu-Ven I .. Y- .?,...,..,. -,.,:,,, ----elf---A---1'-H. 1 , i I u - , X a a- H- ' 'f' 1- JH -A., :gi Q- l , , Mary .41zdcr.vo1z al zlie D1 filler The Organ ITH the building of the new administration building in 1923 came the realization of one of the college's dearest dreams-the installation of the Moller organ. Since that time it has Woven itself into the memories of all students of the college. The scenes of the Saturday motion picture shows have deepened in meaning with the organ accompaniment. The music laughs or cries with us, as the case may be, and serves as an outlet for ouriemotions. On numerous occasions the organ has furnished entertainment. One notable instance is that of the Frazier-Taylor recital. Nlrs. B. U. Taylor is one of Texas' outstanding organists. Since the installation of the organ many students have studied organ with the college instructor, Miss Mary Anderson. Should one hear the hushed solemn tones of the Doxology in the distant future, will it not recall Tuesday assemblies? Perhaps its mighty strains will recall those last hurried whispers with classmates before rushing to the assigned seat. lVlany memories center around the assembly, assuredly. What is more stirring than "Glory to the Greenv and "Alma Mater," as we sing them to the resounding strains of the organ? This, too, is indelibly linked in our memory with the majestic tones of the organ. , The organ is our introduction to college and our farewell. It is to the beckoning tones of the organ that we begin our college careerg it is to the stately strains of the processional that graduates conclude their college life. -W.. , , , ,, , .-S ...ff.-- .4-uf, -ff .....sf-A-Tas-A fe- tl lil 5353-L9 iii ETMN-"TI,E'..li 1 V - , 1 - ..f- - -1- M. . - 4 f--1 ,.-,, ,.. ,,.- ,Y Wir.. .. ,,..x,., 1 ..-, ,v ,. , Pg U5 Platform 1, my 1 1 8, 1 ... .1 1 1 ,,. .,, V, .1 .A ,.e, .1 , 'Q' 5 -- ' - A gl i- lib A .. v. - ' 'll ' - Lll 41.--I. .my lggiiq IAUIIII' v " ..' A --. 1 3 '.. n i -Lal A H, B vnorrssson wi SQU ILLS ,rr M .1714 I-N ?:'l' C 5. 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He shies from the thought of attending one of these so-called intellectual discussions, but in reality debating is one of the most interesting of the intercollegiate act1v1t1es 1n which the college partlcipates The day of old fashloned oratory has passed, and a new era is arr1v1ng ln the art of debating A plain, straightforward, talkative manner, coupled w1th earnestness and sincerlty, IS now recognized as the best form of debat1ng It IS the desire of the debaters to discuss an lmportant question in a simple, logical stvle that will be both in struct1ve and interestmg Accordingly, when the student body and public realize that a good debate 1S as interestlng as any other college activity, debating w1l1 mean more both to the debaters and the Ell1d1C11CC The termination of the traditional intersoclety debates between the Lee and Reagan Literary Soc1et1es closes a chapter 111 the history of the college Wlth the passmg of these two 1nst1tut1ons, the Debating Society has become the battleground for asplrants to the vars1ty debate squad From 1ts membership, six men and four women are chosen to represent the college in lntercollegiate forensic act1v1t1es The society is open to all college students who are lnter ested 1n debatmg The forensic act1v1t1es of the college are under the personal chrection of Ross Compton, Professor of Econorn 1C Th1s marks the seventh year that he has occupied that place, 'ind during that t1me the debatmg teams of the college, under h1s patient and tactful guidance, have won a place IH the debating realm that IS to be envied For the past few years the college has won over sixty two per cent of all debates ln which it has partici pated This progress made by these teams is in a large measure due to the ceaseless efforts of Mr Compton During the years of his coaching, he has won the lasting adm1rat1on and esteem of his student debaters Miss Ruby Walker has for several years acted coach in delivery She is always willing to give unstintedly Ross Couprow Conch Page 116 i u 1 n 1 n 0 v 1 r - ' I . 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A 1-5 : .--.fL...,-, ........K1m.-.'..-...J . 1 .,-- .. V .. .,., , .-,,. . . , Berry and McCo11,11.el! in Action Debate of her time to aid the debaters in speaking correctly and effectively. Although organization and logical reasoning mean much in a debate, Without the proper enunciation and delivery to bring these factors before the audience, the debate would be lacking in the color and instructiveness that characterize a true debate. Under the coaching of such a competent instructor as lVIiss XValker, the debaters are able to present their arguments in an interesting manner. At the close of a very successful debating season in 1926-27, the North Texas State Teachers College was admitted to membership in the Pi Kappa Delta, national forensic fraternity. HOW- ever, the formal installation of the local Texas Eta chapter was not accomplished until the Winter term of 1927-28. The fraternity started on the campus with nine charter members. Every alternate year the National Pi Kappa Delta has a meeting which is attended by chapters throughout the United States, the purpose of this meeting being to determine the winners of the national honors in each of the three fields: debating, oratory, and extemporaneous speaking. Last year the meeting was held in Tifhn, Ohio: - V 1 the College being represented by teams for both men and Women., In 1930, the National Pi Kappa Delta Home- 1 coming Convention will be held at VVichita, Kansas. In the year during which the National Pi Kappa Delta does not meet, each Province holds a meeting for a similar purpose as that of the national organization. This year V the meeting of the Province of the Lower Nfississippi, of '1 which Professor Ross Compton is Governor, will be held here during the lirst week in Nfay. Representatives from colleges and universities of five states will participate in the Various contests of the meeting. ' 1 Nfembership in this fraternity has elevated the de- bating of the College, and has given the forensic activities ' on the campus national prestige and honor. n. an .W 1 The Varsity debate squad for this year is built around RU1svC.WALxc12R,.4r:z. Coach a nucleus of four old debaters. The men with previous Page 117 iffy LJ, 6:3711 E" - - f -b--4-1 - -- -f - ,, -A -- - 5'tTxwF"W'me'- ??'9:R'.hf'n - i 'ii 122- f- 5.1.1 -sa.. fx-'ref-'Gam is :aff-.-.1:. . . ..-,. -- 3 4- afar. ,i,ffi,a-.f.sdL,,f3-,'f::'.:gL1:::,':g.:,:1aels,leaQgeszlgjdrlixgglifll .AM - .-K2 , . " ,Q .e -J L'f.u1-'--aku 92,5515 V,--'.f3.2,f,',1Qepebggi'-x-.cr:iigQ,g'-i-L1"Q 1 VF 4- - - -R -if, ,-,Y -, . ,,..-v..- D ' ! lil I 1 I I l in I 1 i .l F ., ,. ll i 11 7 Q 'E' '- il Q15 QE zflflfa? T7 Tt iiml V V -- - - . f.- W,-.77 Y- Y - I . , I H X , f I i l : lf l , i 1 - 5 1 I . 4lWU-l,Jll, Jiiiiiw-, ,:. ,, W-, . i-..i.Lii-., ' NIAGERS DILLARD Bnooxs Qebaie experience on the squad are Elvin Magers, Emmett Yant, and Norris Hiettg Albertine Berry being the only experienced debater on the women's squad. The new debaters added to the squads are T. A. Moore, Jr., Ward Dillard, Charles Brooks, Woodie lVlcConnell, Nellie Hil- bish and Gertrude Talbert. Elvin Magers, a Senior, is debating his second year for the College. Corning here from North Texas Agricultural College, Magers soon became recognized as one of the best debaters the College has produced. Previous to his entrance here, he had participated in both high school and junior college forensic activities. In recognition of his ability, he was sent to the National Pi Kappa Delta Convention held at Tiffin, Ohio, last year. While representing the College on the platform, he has lost only three out of sixteen debates. Emmett Yant, another second-year man, is not lacking in ability. His enthusiasm and ability, combined with experience, make him a valuable and dependable debater. He attended S. M. U. Law School before entering here. His study of law has been of benefit to him in most of the debates. Yant is to be with us for two more years, and is expected in the future, as in the past, to prove his Worth in upholding the record of the College. Norris Heitt, is the third veteran among the men debaters. He is a forceful speaker and capable of convincing most any audience in his own behalf. Heitt, had considerable experience and honor as a high school debater, and his college career has been equally successful. He has met strong competition but has always proved his efficiency as a debater. Nluch is expected of him in his remaining year. Albertine Berry, president of the local Pi Kappa Delta Chapter last year, is the only ex- perienced girl debater. She is to be commended for her ability to think on her feet, and to por- tray those thoughts to the audience. Having a most successful record for her three years' services, she is to receive the highest degree given in forensics by Pi Kappa Delta, that of Special Distinc- tion. This season marks the end of her career as a debater, and also a loss to the College debating tCaI1'1S. Page 118 Wlllasdl, in1ii'EiPT'r"F'P"i'3w ,-f, D I-f-'ex:5f124.5'T"'-l,--:E5'?'?-1.J I 1 J , 1, 1 , A , , -aj ,YW , . -7- - . ' .f--,, -, r' '15 .,,, -' '--H - 1- 'L ---f'- 1 '--. Hua - V -- --- ---.ff -.-.. .-- V.. ff- -- vm - .-: if 'l N 5 W iii' '- "-'fi ', 4' 5-i... ' Ea-D l"'-'u'-- ' . ' .ifrfzl-.AAF-gill:EfibhfiiaT-":Qlf""s-1-J!!l:L:ill!zr':'L?' . - -'fe -- -"U 1' ' X J "- --1 L' ' "J ' "' D ' I E 1 I F , - I .... ac- -.?..--.-..-.- . , , .- air, g E- ,.... . L W, it H V If i ? 1 l gg 4 ii i , w , . 4 i ' I l i . i l . , . , 1 ,tl ' L I g l" I . l I P W I 7 W.,-, W, , ,li ,, 1 ET. ,- ,W . Lam, mmf X, 3 ' YANT Huzvr Moons y . Q l l i Tebafe 4 i Charles Brooks, a Freshman, as an orator and debater is widely known even though this is 1 l - his first year to participate in intercollegiate forensics. Brooks is a seasoned and trained speaker, which makes him the more valuable. This, combined with his reasoning power and ability in , , refutation has enabled him to attain an enviable record in the debating realm. His remaining l three years in collegiate forensics should be marked with success. E T. A. Moore, jr., a Sophomore, is a new man in intercollegiate debating circles but a man of l Q Q ability. He distinguished himself in forensics While in high school and is continuing to show those E 3 l same characteristics which bring success. With his abilities he should be excellent material for 1 l the next two years. l Ward Dillard, another first-year debater is an effective speaker and a hard worker. Before f entering school here he attended Weatherford College, where he was a member of the debating I club. With the ability that he has already shown, he should make a good record next year. l Woodie McConnell, although a new member of the debating team, has evinced her effec- l tiveness as a speaker. Her forcefulness and powers of expression have made her a valuable addition l to the college forensic activities. Her zestful attack has disheartened many of her opponents. ,A i Her accomplishment next year will no doubt be greater than that of this year. l . . . . . l Nellie Hilbish, a Senior, entered forensics for her first time this year. Her calmness has 1 been a benefit in enabling her to coolly waive the arguments of her opponents. She is to be com- Q' mended for her efforts. It is to be regretted that her debating career closes this year. if i Gertrude Talbert, also a Senior, is a most interesting and effective debater. Although this f I was her first season on the platform, she displayed those qualities that mark a well-trained speaker. l i ' Her talkative delivery, and ability in refutation contribute to making her a debater worthy of recog- fi nition. The College lost the services of a ood debater b her not enterin debate until this ear. I I 8 Y S' Y . . fi, l ll' Page 119 ll lljlw' ' -' - V - f- Z ' ' "v v ' -' 'dig -' W- -- --:J .... ',,,,,V,, LE CWeWW0QafM E TALBERT BERRY IVICCONNLLL Hrmsrsx-1 Debate N November 2, a pre season debate was held Wlth the Un1vers1ty of Sydnev, Austraha Th1s was the first tlme that the college had ever partxclpated ID an 1nternat1onal debate, and a large and enthusxastlc auchence heard the d1scuss1on The quest1o11 d1scussed was Resolved That Parhamentary System of Govern ment IS Superlor to the Pres1dent1al Form The college team, composed of Elvm L Magers, Joe Gamb1ll, and Emmett L Yant, won by an aud1ence dec1s1on of IQI to III Nlagers and Yant journeyed to Sxmrnons Umversxty Abtlene, on December 8, and there debated the same quest1on as W1th Austraha The college team lost , by a 3 0 dec1s1on A team, composed of Emmet Yant and Norr1s I-I1ett, met lVIcMurry on the plat form here on February 25 Th1s was the flrst debate on the P1 Kappa Delta quest1on, Resolved That there should be a substltute for the Jury System The college team lost by a 2 I dec1s1on On the followmg Thursday evenmg Charles Brooks and Elvln Nlagers debated the same quest1on Wlth Oklahoma Bapt1st Un1vers1ty, and Won over the1r opponents The same team met Tulsa Umversxty on March 5 the Cl.CC1S1011 was 2 1 for the Eagle team The first Womens debate was held on March 8, when W'oody NIcConnell and Albertme Berry Won a 3 o dec1s1on over Tnmty Un1vers1ty One Week later, on the 15th Charles Brooks and Elvm Nlagers met Oh1O Wesleyan Umversxty 1n a no dec1s1on debate T On March 18, Emmet Yant and Elvm Magers, the team that Wlll represent y l the college rn the Provmmal lVIeet here later m the sprmg, met and defeated Okla l l homa C1ty Un1vers1ty by a 3 o dCC1S1OH l l l rl l , -N I Page 120 l " 1 w V - 'YT iifgi ifiif ,a -:ffm f---.a-4, ,aafff-.-A-a - rv: ' "' ,',, ' -ff' .. .. .i 5' Q ' .3-ax 5- I Q3 law :zz H24 15 .1 :QW 5 tt--rrfrifrafrr r r eee-e W --- aff, ., F1 'I' wa. yr A. 51... 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L27 . m QU-SL w ! lsr' T""F , 5 I I LAWIIORN, JACKSON, JERDEN, SIMPSON, HUTCHESON, TAYLOR HIETT, GROSS, WILELIIAN, STROUP, ETHRIDGE, RALIEY DOUGLAS, MADDOX, PIERRING, VVILKERSON, VINSON, PONDS ARLOS GILBRETH . JIM ASHBURN . . TIIELMA LEE JACKSON MARJORIE L. SIMPSON IQATE MADDOX . . JOE RAMEY . . . FRANCIS STROUF' . CURTIS GROSS . . BOE HUTCHESON . DOYLE- VINSON . . CECIL JERDEN . . ASSISTANTS RUTH JACKSON .... FREDERIC TAYLOR .... MABEL WILKERSON . . . NORRIS I'IIETT ,.... I VIRGIA WILEMLXN .... BOB I'IUTCI-IESON .... PEARL ETHRIDGE .... CHARLES DOUGLAS .... AUDEAN PONDS .... CLAUDINE FRENCH .... THELMA CLEMENTS . . - . ALTON HERRING .... TOM LAWHORN ..,. BOE ARMSTRONG ..-- , , J , E-- ..Y G G ,VAE ".L.. ucm Stdf EDITORIAL STAFF . College Organizations . Activities Aetioitiey Athletic: . A rt . A rt Literary Typist Typist Humor . Humor . . Humor . Secretary to Editor A 1 QQ Q . . Editor Anociate Editor . College Editor . Actioitie: Editor Orgemizatioru Editor . . Art Editor Athleticx Editor Humor Editor Literary Editor . . Cartoonift Staf Photographer ARLOS GILBRETH, Editor 46 1Cz 1 i l T l i .1 l fl ' , i ul I I l Yarra Smf az work i , The 1929 Tuma T VERY year groups of students in all of our colleges and universities are given the opportunity T to publish a yearbook to be in the hands of the students by the end ofthe Spring term. Some staffs attempt this huge task without the assistance of the student body. If the book is truly a representative one, it must be a product of combined efforts of every student. The members of the staff have attempted to organize the material that was accessible into the most interesting form. VVe have attempted to avoid giving more space to individuals or a group of individuals than they deserve and we apologize to those who have not received due recognition within these pages. This is the first time in the history of the college that a 9" X IZH book has been published by its students. The artist has reproduced in his sketches those scenes that We shall always cherish in our memories. Although former staffs have brought out many of the beautiful spots ofthe campus in their books, We have paid special attention to this in our motif and have strived to preserve in pictures all of the familiar scenes of beauty. ,Q The staff Wishes to express its thanks to Southwestern 1 Engraving Company, Hugh Stephens Press, and C. James. QQ of the Watkins Studio, who did the photographic work, for i . T. their excellent work and prompt service. We also give , honorable mention to lVIr. Carruth, who supplemented the photographic work. Changes have been made in the book in several places, ' but we sincerely believe that we have made an improve- ment each time. r i , More emphasis has been put on material appealing to I the eye than on Written matter, for it is the purpose of an annual to be a "picture book" rather than a written treatise. We trust that this yearbook will assist you in the future in recollecting old friendships and fond memories of pleasant i , yesterdays. lm ASHBURN Arfoczazf Editor Page 147 X . 4 A Mg? . .... . ,. i ,. . ' f . I I I or ' " 153 ,U ,. ,qi V . y P 31-6052-Q' 'f 'i" "-V 2 5 ii:.'.'-I-1.12-251322 -lv .lk J ,J 3 C C55212q1.I'wf.'.mi"11st5Q5 33,55-!:1lQ5Q.g 1' F If In E ' ' J V .3 - Rr N 5' N I L J-, -, ' ' 'RF E Ml f Q-A ,JILL -.I ,..A V- 1 '-I , ' 723 . -5 - I" ' -1 , 3 A, ,xg Q m we I I . L 1 I - 1 .,- I ., , . .QI It ' 4- L'- L F +L 'cu J I I ,lv ! . 1 is Y 'RX I K I , I I zf Z. 1 - ' I ,pg vrf N ' , 'rr X ' 1 ,QI f T' LW' ' 'Z ' A: It I 1 fi I ! ,I N I , I 'ff' I.. , I 'tif-fa fi I I I. E. :HARRISON . ISABELLE ARMISTEAD QUIN-BY SELF . CLARENCE JAEGGLI . BENNIE VVILKERSON MARJORIE L. SIMPSON EDRA ROBINSON . RALPH HOUSTON NORRIS HIETT LENORA CORNWELL HELEN HALL BONNIE XUILKERSON RUTH CUMMINGS HOUSTON, HIETT, SIMPSON, JERDEN, SELF, KOONCE ANGLIN, HARRISON, -NIEHAFFEY, IXRMISTEAD, GRADY, TALIAEERRO HATCHER, BONNIE WILI-:ERsON, BENNIE XIVILKERSON, HUGIIES, CORNWELL Compu! Chat Stag MARGARET MEHAFFEY . . REPORTERS RACHA EL HUGHES GENE GRADY EVA HATOHER ERMA TALIAFERRO RUBY ANGLIN PAUL GRIFFTHS Editor-in-Chicff . .Managing Editor Afsociate Editor Sport: Editor Literary Editor . Affiftarnt . Columnixt Columnist v ' ' "' W' I , , I 5 Y, l., V J? I I I I 1, ,IH fl W' .gi .If qt. I -I "1' J J I Y I 1 ,I X 1 I 1 , NIARGARET MEHAEEEY, Editor , ' K 1 N Page 148 ,H NU 1 .. "R ' ""' 'MH' 'W 'Nr ' STR? I 'HA .,- . Li". EAMIJ. 4 f G' If 3115 if ,E ,,f,'g.11?:E?Ljr:'!.r!I1EafzI52::gzE fg,E,I:zfg-3..1wi?:HfH:' 11- ' 'S--N-M - .-LL ' ' ' '- L '-- Wil- Q - Y , , - H -A gun nv Wfwdihf Wllrlf EE , , , , , , I l ' l l l , l l l l i l Laafmd .,.-.. ....:iah..Y.T--, as wil:ww1:Vi,,iJ.t,-........- .,., 4,-4...igiiQQfLl.-....Y, .,,. Ju.w- ..,. ?fL.,.mQ.Ji-i W, . iil'lllLW, : .....,. ,.,, .m ,"1Ww"T.TT l , Pres: Night T , Camlvzzf Cha! " HE Campus Chat,', student publication of the North Texas State Teachers College, is l truly all that the name implies. It is placed in the corridors of the Administration building each Saturday morning Where each student may obtain a copy. It is issued by a staff that is l i made up of students only and its ,purpose is to carry an accurate account of all the campus activi- , T ties, and to serve as a source of information for the students. To those who have only to get the paper as it comes out, it is a summary of a Week's activities, an account of that which happens on the campus and a source of information as to what the next i week Will bring forth. But to those who have something to do with the publication of the paper, i it means infinitely more. l l if The staff is composed of students who are interested in the publication and who are willing to sacrifice anv amount of time necessar to make it a success. An student ma serve a trial . Y Y Y I period on the staff and if he finds that he can do the work, and enjoy it, he becomes a member l upon the approval of the Publications Council. i W- Q Y Y , To one who has become a staff member, the Chat means l l xl 4 much more than a bare account of campus activities. It is y ' a pleasure, a diversion, a part of college life that will long be I , remembered.. To publish a paper that is representative, X interesting, and which upholds the highest ideals and ' it standards of journalism is an ideal, an ambition, a goal, . , and an end that each staff member ever strives to reach. i U The ideal has not been reached or even approached. There are misspelled Words that will creep ing there are typographical errors, there are awkward constructions that T l ,fi should be eliminated, there are marks of punctuation that . l are used incorrectly, any number of obstacles keep the ideal , lx ' in the distance. And should this ideal be reached, no one T I l ' xl, would be satisfied. Another ideal would be found to strive l A for, and an effort put forth to reach it. i I lyg iii . or . V- sy , ISABELLE ARMISTEAD, Arxociate Editor , Page 149 I . ill- - Y f Y . f - ff - --A--A--W f fe:-1 .f N-in --9-. - f., A ff'. 1 e H-sary.-Q-V---fr?2n-:r Ae'-ff fi-W I .Q..lQ-,t,,t .,....,.1,....,-IFS,-,a.:a.z:aaN:s.-.-..-., ,W i.fw1iVv' lf? 'fill ,,. -..Y.-. , .-...rj 7 f Q,...lM,Q....f"Q"- ef.. ,Y . I 5 :r1Q?'i1f' ' .-13:19 sijliiiif iiitdetl lg31'LL.Q.g-f.1fmJr'f'ifnaiQ .tg,,,,t T L' " f1k"?,:'E ' Q" l I., 'l xl ii , 'xv 1, L ,"""""1...,.,."t-oifzf3Q.-g:::c:n1g1 fs, 1150 -f, 1, 7- -1 - ,Y 1 -i , ,s , 1 ll f .' .. -1-1' -....... '-Joe.. -4-,1 -,Li-,1 J.. - 1. , M, ,K , 4 , I I I 1 :pac-AY - P .,. 1 . l 1 , , 2',1le53tt? 1 9 The .flfuerla Staj at work 1 The 1929 alberta HE AVESTA is our effort on this campus to rival other and more famous magazines of a literary character. It is a magazine which aims at maintaining a high standard of work pub- lished between its covers, and yet prints representative work from the students of this college. It prints almost any tvpe of literature that is available, short stories, essays, plays, and a variety of miscellaneous material which it very politely puts under the general title of sketches. In this aim of printing the writings of the students which possess a literary character, it has been fairly successful, as witness of which, every issue contains some really fine material as well as some that is-well, not so fine. This year saw the introduction of modernistic headings in the quarterly, an innovation that was well received by the readers. It is another eHfort to keep the magazine in step with this changing age. Another thing of interest to many students was the inauguration of cash prizes, through the generosity of several members of the faculty and with the aid of the Avesta fund. Of course, real art does not require a monetary reward, but we have yet to see our first author who has refused a check for his efforts. At any rate, the editors have a rather mean suspicion that these prizes will not prevent anyone from handing in his contributions. THE AVESTA is published four times a year, once each term. It usually appears just about examination time, at , . , a moment when the student-body is in no mood to read 1 anything but long neglected textbooks, but after those hectic days, moments of leisure permit readers to scan the , pages of the magazine as a relief from examinations. If there were onl more contributions, the life of the editor y Y . would not be such a hard one after all. Some are kind 1 1 enough, however, to subject their brain children to the slash- ing pencil of the editor, and thanks to these, We have a 1. N quarterly that stands high in the T. I. P. A. And if, perchance, THE AVESTA has encouraged some 4 buddin enius of the literary world by puttin? his first 1 1 g 3 . . . . creation in print, it conslders itself well repaid indeed. , F, 1 1, ,,. I 1 if 1l ll 1 1 1 I 1 l . ,l 1 P51 lb:-' an 31 1 l il V I l.1 it lf 'J 1lll I 1 1 . r .1 51 ,1 .1 7 1 Wliether the task be difficult or not, the editor, Nlyron 1 Stout, and the associate editor, Clarenceljaeggli, have put ,U out most satisfactory magazines, holding up the high ' standard established by their predecessors. ,Y MYRON STOUT, Er!-itor Page150 l - ' r info" ""'f f"T17'x-1Y"iT'1' HTV5 H- " ,W 'T i f--gx,.Qif1,. a,,f..J 1Jl..eLa1 flril 1-. Qi 1, ' 1 -- -,,..,..-, ,, --,.,i.,... Y - Tv.-s., 'K x i JV 1 1. 3' Y t .fwxt ,rj ., -. 7:31-an YI 1 - 4J 'wigg-1. 'J i if TL' 2--Ll .PSFL L - D-. .- i -- 'A : .ix l .. , . . . ,1-mia: H- ,asain , . . M- .H it Thr Burimmv M mmger: check up the ad: Buyzhers Jlfamzgerf UCCA, Campus Chat, and Avesta should infer more than mere names to the student-body of the North Texas State Teachers College. All of these publications have grown from a low embryo to the size of the most progressive college publications. lVIuch of the credit for the growth of the publications can well be given to Professor W. N. Masters, Chairman of the Publi- cations Council, who might be termed the 'cgrand old man of the college publications." The Campus Chat, which started in 1916, began as a five-column, four-page paper, printed in large typeg but now it has reached the stage of maturity, for it is now a seven-column, four-page paper, printed in small type. The Chat is self-supporting. The Avesta, which is publishedquarterly, is a literary magazine. The best themes, essays, stories, and poems received by the faculty are turned in to the editor, who selects and arranges those to be published. This magazine was discontinued from 1916 to 1924, when it was revived in the fall session. The Yucca, the college annual, is now ranked among the highest in the T. I. P. A. classifica- tion. The 1928 Yucca won first place in the T. I. P. A. contest for the year of 1929. Those who have helped to produce this volume of the Yucca may not be praised too highly, for they have co-operated to make its production possible, sacrificing pleasures, recreation, and perhaps study. . This year the financial management of the publica- -tions fell to Chas. Brown of Dawson. Brown was by no means the only Worker in the department. Due to the fact that the Yucca has been made into a regular QHXIZH book, duties of the business manager have been increased enough to warrant the organization of a business staff equal - to that of the other publications. R. NI. CPopj Reeves of Ft. Worth was appointed the assistant business manager, and R. H. "Bob" Conner of Dawson acted the part of circu- . N lation manager of the publications. Both of these boys, Reeves and Conner, have been very loyal to the publica- tion, and through their efforts a mailing list of over two i . hundred has been built up. T Professor E. C. Brodie and Miss Nfamie Smith of the English Department, the faculty sponsor of the yearbook, hope that through united efforts the greatest book that , the college has ever had printed will be placed in the hands of the student-body this year. CHARLES BRONVN, B1L.ff7'l6J'.S' Ilfmzaggr Page 151 L . . - . ,K .- . i -...i.l..aa,.. 4.,--,-.-.-ef- f . 'i . ' 'll V'-P1 P' if .3 ' W ',Q ,A,-QfIgQQ.Qi if i"'fM"f ' .gal ri ., . -fm -,.-..-?r-Zs-- fe-if-11'--?-'vzf-rrr-fr s 5 .. Q 5 "' 3. L" 4 WEYZSTQ . . , r 5. . 5 . ff i .. l 1 . J ul l l . Ye, A . W .. I 2 I , ...' I... .....wu I 4' l f kznzzzzt . Allu , gp 5 I A , V-. '-..- z V. .'.j 2 'tif' 'i' - ' -. 3 'H Y i ' - ' C ' f-'Et 3 1 .1 . l 'Mil ii :vv iiii ii ti : : tl' pg . sg qi - .5 K fif H . N ig r .p . 3' ' . ' Eg 1 .Q . I I 5 I ::: 2:- ' 1 1- Y .1 ' Y ' I: Z . i 1 1 ll .. W? X . lil l l l A lla' H 15, v.. . , .. 1 6:1 1 ' l 'Q . l..u,i--....,.,f'iAt,,,--iA-u-.-.,1..g.,,t' ,..,,t.m, ' tt, Qt P Psttwgt ,gf KOENIG, Bnonnz, MASTERS, SMITH, ANGEL CLEVELAND, STOUT, NIEHAFPEY, GILBRETH, Fosrap BROVVN, SIMPSON, 1'IOUSTON, WILKERSON, HALL he Tzzblzkzzz'z'0fz.f ozmczl N 1916, when the College first contemplated the founding of a Weekly paper and the revival of the then somnolent JOURNAL, a group of students and faculty members was chosen to act as an advisory council in perfecting the organization of this new venture. lNith the launching of the CAMPUS CHAT and the AVESTA, it was found necessary that such a group need exist as a permanent executive board to form a systematic and efficient Way of supervising the growing activities of the College publications. Thus the Students' Publication Council was born. From its beginning the functions of the council have been in general as they are today, although the personnel and the duties of the individual members have changed as time and varying conditions have necessitated. The council is now composed of a representative from each class, who is recommended by the class president because of his interest in the publications and appointed by the president of the College, together with the faculty advisors on the student publications, the editors ofthe CAMPUS CHAT, the YUCCA, and the AVESTA, and the business manager of the publications as ex-ofiicio members. In general, the duties of the council may be said to be four in number. It elects the editors and associate editors of the CAMPUS CHAT and the AVESTA. It approves of the staffs of these publications, recommended by the editors. The election of the YUCCA staff is carried on under its supervision, and any vacancies occurring in that staff are filled by the council. In addition to these duties, it may be called upon at any time to solve some of the unforeseen problems which confront the publications. It ii LH l' V 'A x I' Page I 52 i I 4 I I -- -. - - . if .af f-1... .-.QA .1-,f-- - -'-fs.-v,-TA-Q---Lv - Y -W, .A Y l A l - ,,.- .vu :Au Y --.-.-.,-.. .. - W --- K, V,-V V7 M f E .X Y - .J-ea-. , ,.f,. .. ....,.,.4. . ..- . . ., . . , . , MJ Q" P . .-Pr-f t - .:-ef+-'?1'-- ferns- f ---Q. TTA'- -JQQFF n-54 g.Si.ii.fl , .sed ,argl ig? .. -f ..: Q-.-..aa..:m5.f... J Y P Iffstaius- -gimpxref'-zur'-:,i','1,.ir:.vQ1,-.r , fats,-:., -.-.K f-T.-.Q-4: . .-, , r .,.,,.u.fAA,u..f :f. j N .Qi gm hr ' W .., --.L-Q M ,-f .ft ..-L wbf -L:.,.f . ,. V, - ,fr I l Pg 153 mg ,...,4 191, N fir X ,OV , Nsgyg G ' tO0y,f -Q10 -I Q 99 . 'Q 9 0 9 Q Q C9 . H 4 ai 1' rm., 0 Z' ,J f' VA J! I VKX'-Z! 'vwvvv ' Lines of the Year -Ygrjr Y BL' in W ,Wm ,mg , -- I 1 A ,h ,A-,,! 1 L,v,.,,,,...,,g,,:,, , Y, I ff .L if-f59' 9:1 f " N'!4+ ' " I Qijlfi fi 1 C Eii:3?????? 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MQ fs C3532 ' UI ff E'ai?1'2W'i1,NViS2'E3EE ffm Se Gmmc POSITIONSX 38011 QQ KX Activiiiis For iff semweekme puny Planned P 156 , '-4Li in-A Y Y X" Qrbrixgkldjn V, 'Jinx' Q W 471 1 I Y:-- , Zi.. . -,,. .,, F. ,.., ,,,,Y J,.-gkti, -15Vf Q,n - T1 .Tx 1V, j XX y ,- -.. ,..- ,-V.. N.. ..f .74 ,',,:,Y, W, ':.', ,, 'Sq 'x :, ,., ,f w ,M .HL - v 5 Page l 5 7 0626137 ..,.- XY-,,,..,....75v1.-W . .- ..-v... Q.?-f Z 11- ,1-:ff ..'. W df xx, ,K N. - -sf f 1. - T, : --.if :.-:..z..-Y,-- - -W bm-l-M 1 2 f if VIN IDN 3.s,1:- ,,L,,,.1. ..,.. W , J ., A,,,..x A , v . R T n 1 F i . Q 1 3 5 1 ffl w VXA E LS? U l av' "-31, 1,31 w HE , jg Ea , 'N l,, I gf' 11' gifs F- ,H ,. I ' A .543 .13 .53 V 4? .fi lla :gl ffm! X '3 'ff lair Y 1.9 i ETH Elf l 2123 W Vw x , ':-9 if Sip' ' ug I :I di l y l ll 2 3 X I Wi i W g 1 tm! 5 W QZQJ " QW W Writ! fp ' sig-it QM, 1 525 , Hi ? 253 Fi by W AA x I P, ,My-af-Y b Af 5-xxx . , .-22-if Q-. 1T,..i-N- ,,f1i.f-, QT ,grit ,, f--17.1.1 W: 74 . . .X -f 'f-.L-L. 1-:1i,f,..Y 4. , .H ,, ,..'- gy: .1--:G-1 P. ' if 3 J ,J , .1L,,..,,f 5.114 . .gn . ' 1 'F 1iU.rr4':1f'ST??fZ':. 4-5 Aa. ,730 -f , --f- A - - T .-.WL L-- -aa .,,. -A ' '-"""v"r-M--:- 'f fc- ez .. will-W v ' - . is . . a a . a. . 4' .W MJ Qu, SSM, Pit lljfrirrg 11 'ri T uf!! College 6172663 " LL College Dances," so-called to distinguish them from the "Girls' Forum Dances," are held at least twice a term. 'These are arranged for, and con- ducted by the all-college social dance committee. The music is furnished by Torn Rose and his orchestra. On these occasions, Harriss gymnasium displays a scene of riotous color and great gayety. The dancers group themselves around the sombre-colored stag line making them prisoners to their merry play. The stag line is an ever-changing one. Tagging is the order ofthe day. Vain are the young gallant's aspirations to keep his fair one to himself. Such attempts are severely frowned upon by the stag line, who immediately get into action to the utter discomfiture of the gay Lochinvar. Special permission must be procured for guests who are not in college, town people, and guests from out of town. This permission is secured upon request and the presentation of proper credentials to the dean of men and the dean of women. Student activity tickets are necessary for the admission of college students. The expenses of these dances are met by the door receipts. The doorkeeper and the committee are responsible for the conduct of the dancers. The college dances have been held in a manner above reproach, reflecting honor upon the college. i Members of the faculty, who are guests of the students, serve as chaperons. The committee and their lady guests are hosts and hostesses of the occasion. Tom Rose and his orchestra have been very popular for the last several years in college' circles. Vifhether the dance is to the poignant strains of a waltz or the lilting melody of a fox-trot, the music is all that is to be desired. Like Cinderella's ball, all good things Hiust end, and with the strains of "Home Sweet Home," the dance is ended. . an fe,urr.t.fQn.f .a--gr QQ E.F:ug...af' .ie W .-, C ,am . I N fm? ,P Za, ., "W-" """"'T' .- 'Q' af' " ' " .-' . V 1 -' 4 ,a..a-,g ,.J..n,E911.Q, ,.rr....,..i W ggi! .W pl I -I L y ny fi. i..,.,...-,.,a. . - . a . nf, W ..- ,r it ft.-:J lil. 1 H f 1 -rj J- 411- A---1-1 --ew --Y - y C. Gnoss O. Gnoss DOUGLAS GILBRETH College Dance ommzffee HE committee in charge of the college dances has one of the most responsible duties in connection with all college entertainments. It arranges for the outstanding regular dances of the year. These dances are given at least once a term. Occasionally, two dances are given during the term. The committee is composed of four boys elected from the student body. These are elected by the ones present at the first dance given during the fall term. It is a committee elected for the nine months' session. Dr. Cook of the faculty acted during the year as an advisory member of the committee. The committee makes the contract for the orchestra. Tom Rose and his orchestra played for all the dances this year. His orchestra has been very popular for a number of seasons with the ones attending the school affairs. All expenses of the proms are met by the door receipts. A duty of the committee is to see that the event is 'properly conducted. Good conduct is demanded of all dancers. The sponsors for each festivity are also selected by this group. It has charge of decorating the gym. Any number of students may be appointed to serve With these students. This committee is responsible for all students that attend the dances. It must see that all strangers, or out of town guests have admittance cards issued by the dean of men or dean of Women. All students of the college present activity tickets With their bids to gain ad- mission. hflembers of the committee with their ladies form a part of the receiving line and act as hosts for the evening. Curtis Gross alone had charge of the dances held during the summer session of IQ27-28. It was a duty that he executed very Well. Few people would attempt the task that he undertook. The success of all the proms attest to his ability as director. These dances form an important part of the year's entertainment. The election of this committee insures that the affair will be handled properly and carefully. Full credit for a success of the executive part of all the dances is due to the college dance committee. The members of this committee are Osce Gross, chairman, Arlos Gilbreth, Charles Douglas, and Curtis Gross. Page159 . e 4 - f.,.,..H.,s..M-, QD 1 1 . if 'FQ .4.lE17ffE1i'fli'1'5f?Zf1gi,f",f,1g:V,g,'- 1,r3i,i'E4l1L,fgfi3g1':sif.gg3g5.i'aE!' .ga .. .x . , -1 LW, l3rL1gfegg3iQZgig5sgg'12i:K.LI.w.uW.1.4-'1:Ai'ffi3,2'fJ,1.. i ""'3 - if .. l T l Z3.g:J.3.fi2:-5.5?'Pitp2' i1T3ii'igf:1Tft'-' a Q ga.: nf .all L.- --l 'T ,a M Q ,M A -gl ff, . - .K . .. -, W . Sefzior Soczkzly HE Seniors held the center of the stage throughout the year with their social activities. The social committee of the class has the responsibility of planning the yearis events so that they will sta'nd out in the minds of the Seniors as the best year of their college career. The class must divide its time between pleasure and work, and it demands that the pleasure be of an unusual and excellent type. The Valentine dance, sponsored by the Senior class, was one of the outstanding all-college dances of the year. About two hundred couples attended the prom. Sponsors for the dance were selected from the faculty, together with the class sponsors. Music for the occasion was furnished by Tom Roseis orchestra. The Harriss gym was decorated for the dance with streamers of red and white with pendant hearts forming a.cluster in the center of the gym. Y Senior week was the Seniors' own. It was devoted entirely to social events. The Seniors had to attend their classes, but were not required to make any preparation for them. That was as much of a diversion as any other occasion would be. The week began with a complimentary show given at the Palace Theatre at four a. rn., on Monday, March 18. Following the show, breakfast was served at the American Cafe. A luncheon was given in the C. I. A. cafeteria. The college colors formed the color scheme even in the menu. Dean Hall of T. C. U. made a short talk as the featured number of the program. Monday evening, the Deans of the College met the Seniors at a formal reception in the Mary Arden Lodge. Members of the receiving line were the deans and sponsors of the Senior class. Tuesday was the occasion for the presentation of the Seniors in caps and gowns at the assem- bly hour. lVliss Ruby Walker, on behalf of herself and the other class sponsors, Nlr. and Nlrs. E. C. Brodie, presented the class to the student body. Dr. J. Q. Dealy of Dallas delivered the baccalaureate address. Wednesday afternoon, nearly a hundred of the class went to Dallas. This trip included a theatre party and a visit through the plant of the Dallas News. Thursday evening, a' banquet held at the Godwin, marked the climax of the week's enter- tainment. An orchestra directed by Floyd Graham furnished music for the occasion. Unusual favors presented were caps in the college colors. Dr. Marquis made the commencement talk. Friday evening, Lake Dallas was the scene of a moonlight picnic. Games and boat-riding were the sports for the evening. Only one boat was overturned, and only one pair of shoes was lost. Saturday morning, a sunrise breakfast at Highland Park started the day. Mr. Voertman of the Teachers College Store entertained the class with a party at the Country Club. Sunday evening, the class in a group attended the Methodist Church. This concluded Senior Week. A tea dance and picnic, late in the spring term, will conclude the year's play. 4 T .I l l ' " if 'l 5. Hi fi lj. . l 1 J., q. l ln' 1. n is.-4 l wi. l 1 1' fri .4- il Y. J .H i vii 1. li . . . . , . , 1 . 1 l , . . '1 . l l l . . "l 5 1 gi . X . . . all 1, ,. WY ,.v, '41 5. gk . . 3,2 . . . F kill Page 160 M p 3 Eg 'I-1g,QfT1r25'?!WQmEfi?E'iatL12'-'fliisswanfF.r'ngt:a321Ql .wi -ng, lg.aaaaL-'5:!s.i4'53-g'e1---3:visa--fygt-5331!taiiwffnwgfcassfah-' alaska. 1 1 1 -J f. r fa fir i 1. 4 l .l . 1 r 1. ,,...-.- - . nt-- ...t ..- lt Mesa dj all, f1Z.l,l2fnf.. - ta. a..- . J ..... ii. fl If MJ il lt g re. il .ff 25 ' " ' - . A e e Q . i IIE 3' l ni, all ', Ep' Iii '1 iQ ' T iii 1.7 T le! lp, '-'41 Q, i ill 1-33 fx l 'li :fi iff l Hill 5.5 l T it ET L J ii lily l . .gfl i l lil it ' if . 'iii .gi -fu ul -V, if i . .tl :HI 1 W peg , -'W . . . , 1 MI ,xl-3, ,,, H . W, ,, , .,:, f L ,ri -,W :nil 52 3 ,i Forum glance! i I xi Nw-" li ii LL college girls' dances are sponsored every two weeks during the college year 1153 'Il by the Young W'omen's Forum. A committee from each of the units of the l M, 1 Forum act as hostesses and execute all duties in regard to the dances. The Harriss If K' m is the scene for all the socials. , 9' WF , sy , W A very small fee is usually charged to defray the expense of the orchestra for l the occasion. Tom Rose,s orchestra furnishes excellent music for a period of about 371 . two hours. A vita hone was tested at one dance but the orchestra remains the . ffl P T Ml gli.. favorite. l 1.-5 . . 'lv' 'I'-ii L The dances are sponsored to afford the girls two or more hours of wholesome lf recreation. They are usually given on Friday night. It is one of the aims of the T wfy ' ,I . . . . i ia, if Forum to help the girls of the college broaden their acquaintance among the girls JJ. iiffi on the campus, and to help them enjoy the friendships they have made. Through yi these social affairs the Forum believes that its aim will be partly accomplished. V ' . . . ,1 The girls are permitted to wear sport clothes or evening dress. A number of i the girls attend the dances dressed as boys. The appropriateness of the dress for N if the occasion is left to the decision of the girls. It is a custom to make dates for I pf-if I the events if possible. Dances are asked for long in advance of the date set for the 1 kg gli event. Program dances have never been attempted because the chance of the girls ,N Nj, remains in favor of the informal dance. In the spring, only one formal dance was 1' Vi, given with programs and special events as part of the features. l 4 yi Boys are never permitted on the occasion of the Forum dances. The only if l f guests allowed are girls visiting from out of the city, and girls who live in Denton, lf. I. but who are not in school. It is very evident that girls have as much fun if not ji'-3 if more at this type of dance than at one to which boys are permitted. Numbers if Q of Young ladies learn to dance at these events. It is not uncommon to see several ' 5 groups at a time practicing new steps in a corner of the gym. Beginners are not , 'ij ." afraid to attempt a few ste s at a lace where there are onl 1 the fair co-eds resent. . P A P 5 P , li. '. l l 7 .25 The Forum dances were 1nst1tutecl a number of years ago. From the first they 5' 1 have been a success, and during this year have been one of the outstanding events N ig -I of the college social year. It is hoped that they will continue to be as well attended 5 il I in the future as they have been in the past. ii ,Q 15' 4 i .ri gli J Page 161 i .' ' 1 -l-- ,- . -. f . .. .- -1, -W 4 -- W . ...wp ,,,,,,, ,, na.- .- A . . dl ii' frm 6-Mm-H l grwyl:-W-H Vx -H k V W 'T ,A in rf' ,s -U 1- f--we-M vvfff- ff -f H4 if ,liji V. 33.91 - 'T' - g T211 1'Ti"5'1 '..:Z9,Tx"f'JZL' 'A 4 . ' f 5- . ' '-a-P-F-f'4WsC- sr sa, 1 gf Z as : W., :rj . Y Y , Clzzbf-Soczkzlf HERE are a number of clubs on the campus Whose entertainments during the col- lege year are outstanding among the social activities. There are very few clubs which are organized purely for social activities. However, the social side of each club is one of the main features in connection with the organization. The variety of these select groups is amazing. To some clubs, students may express their desire to become members, and are permitted to join. Others select their members from the students on the campus and pledge them to membership. Gthers select their group on scholarship and merit. A youth on the campus does not necessarily need to devote himself entirely to his studies. Without the benefit of at least one organization he has failed in really attaining a college education. It is not necessary to be a "jiner," but a careful judgment of the advantages afforded by the clubs will enable a person to select one that will appeal to his interests exactly. These groups vary also in their purpose. The majority of them pertain to some line of Work in which they are particularly concerned. Some of the departments of the college have clubs organized for the needs of the majors in that department. All of these clubs have definite meeting places. The lvlary Arden Lodge and the College Clubhouse are two of the social centers of the school. Nlany of the groups use the clubhouse for their parties and entertainments. The hilary Arden Lodge is also used. It was built, and is owned by the hflary Ardens, one of the outstanding girls' clubs on the campus. The Marys entertain with an unusual and interesting party each term. The Current Literature Club is another group for girls only. It renders some very splendid socials, too. The T Club and Talons are the clubs that are devoted only to the interests of boys. These organizations have staged two elaborate programs during the year. There are only three organizations to which the entire student body is eligible. The Young Wo1nen's Forum is one of these. Every woman student of the college is automatically a member of this group. The Y. W. C. A. and the Y. NI. C. A. are the other two. Nlembership in these groups is open to all Worthy students. Extra curricular activities form part of an all-around studentls life. They help to educate him as much as the scholarly subjects do. These groups help the students form friendships that are enduring. They are an education Within themselves. Page I 62 l l X 4 'B K ,K A, ,mr ,,,. -,,,,,, . .,m:.,,. ,,,, P,-ffa.. -- -Af -..--.J --e-,sw - . -.- J 1 2 Ai' D 1 1 , 4' fl gilt lalj Q-ll,l .if'3s,.E.,. if A 1 t .Aziz i--- z. - , lg. fi I tl 5: l QI 1 If li T Ze, T 1 '5 W ealfzefdazy umternoon fl my . jf' ACH Wednesday afternoon during the winter term, a tea was held in the Girls' J sf Reception Room of the Administration building. These teas were given to bring ' the students together socially. The faculty members and the students become person- ' ally acquainted in this way although they have no classroom relations. The teas are sponsored by the different organizations on the campus following 1 the custom established in 1926-1927 by the Young Women's Forum. A committee , from the organization in charge acts as hostess for the afternoon. The color schemes t carried out usually signify the club colors or follow the motif of some significant occasion 1 as W'ashington's Birthday or Saint Patriclis Day. ' f The chairman of the committee presides at the tea table and is assisted by the other I L members of the committee. The silver tiea service, which was purchased by the Young 7 WOmC11,S Forum at the beginning of the year with contributions from each of the . organizations, has added much to the beauty of the occasions. At various times visitors of the college have been guests at the teas. Fritz Leiber and his company were among the first to be guests at the teas. At this time students had an opportunity to meet members of the company, and to see their reactions off stage as well as on. Another function of the teas was to let the students of the college know the major l campus organizations and acquaint them with its members. Students who are members I of no organization on the campus are thus indirectly enabled to get an insight into the nature of the organizations and find out the requirements for membership to the club. 1 The Green Jacket club was the first hostess, on January 16, and the following A M organizations served their turn in making the teas a success: Freshman and Sub-college X : units of the Forum, January 235 House Presidents, January 30, Mary Arden Club, i February 6, Elementary Council, February 13, Sophomore and junior units of the , . l Forum, February zo, Current Literature Club, February 27, Y. VV. C. A., March 6, g V. Dramatic Club, Nlarch 13, Senior Unit of Forum, March 20, Chemical Society, Marcli T 27, and Kappa Delta Pi and Scholarship Society, April 3. 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LAWHORN, Tom Ross Illiq 1.1 Tluj, rg i 1 ' l j Tom ore ami fbi Offhesfra 3 Q 'l A - ' 1 I li, OTHER GOOSE expresses the opinion the College holds of this Orchestra in 'ATom, Torn, i The Piper's some qwirh slight variations. l y "Tom and his band played with such skill ,H . ll That those who heard them could never keep still, li'i l li l 1.1 l YVe laughed and danced while they did playin l l i This Orchestra oiiiciated at all college dances of the year, adding much to the pleasure and ' i success on these occasions. Nor was this their only appearance. They frequently gave delightful I l it numbers for assembly programs. Perhaps the most enjoyable program was that given in assembly 'Eli girl on February 19th, composed of late popular numbers. 'E li, l In addition to this, they have been in great demand throughout North Texas for several Q, , years. They have always evinced the true college spirit of Willingness to serve in any way when 'fy called upon. 'li , il is iJi T is . PERSONNEL f' V! JOHN BROWN JOHNNIE LAVVI-ION Bar: Trombone ' ' I i fl J. B. WOODRUM I-IARDIN LAWHON Q ' i. Qi f Drums Reed: and Bagpipe lil KITOBY7, STULTZ THOMAS LAWHORN 'Q Piano Reedf and Vocal . ' WENDELL IQEITH "BOB" MARQUIS , li i Banjo Reed: . " 1 1 1. W. THOMAS TOM Rose ' y . Tmwnpezi Reed: and Director Y, ,, Q ... . ' Exp TOM Rose, Dirzwzor 3' . .bf fi 5 Page 164 i, if Q. 1 K Y W lil -lima-as s- -ffl as-elf sement e-e-' me i W he r he - . 3 ell. ffllfj' QQ? 5l..l,4.Al - I ... I 1 AXIEIEULIEIFIIGCS ,.. ,.. Eg , 4 T L "' " l 1 1 v . r 1 , V l l lx ll 1 A- T l ' . is Q, X : Q lr 1 , ' r w ' l w . L1 t..iQA ...,,,,..L. . ', , . , ' , . UA .-,.-. , 1 ,. 7.----- -:,- .,.., ,, 1: a-.:.,., ',.,,, Z PENDER CRUTSINGER Fovrs REID IHARRISS BROCK I-IERRING CRAWFORD Qffilzleizb oafzazl I YV PENDER Preyuievzf GEORGE CRUTSINGER Faculty Reprefevziatwe TIIERON I I'oUTs Faculty Represmtatwe JOHN B IQEID Facultv Rzjnzffntatwe BEULAH A HARRISS Faculty Rfpreseatatzwz W L CRAWFORD Semov Rejarefenfatwe J B BROCK umm Repvefentatwe WILSON TIERRING Sophomore Repmmztatwe IM BRAY F rexhman Repvexeutatwe HE Athletlc Councll, made up of five faculty members and a representatwe of each P t e four classes 1n college, has sole power 111 matters pertamlng to 1ntercolleg1ate athlet1cs or tlus school One ofthe dutles of the councll has been to dec1de whether or not certam sports be abol1shed from the 1ntercolleg1ate program The abol1t1on of all 1ntercolleg1ate sports for glrls and also 1ntercolleg1ate baseball were results of the act1on of the athletxc counc1l Another duty of thxs body IS to pass on the men who are to get the athletlc award of the college The men are recommended to the counc1l by the coaches of the var1ous sports wh1ch 1n turn decldes whether or not such award w1ll be granted The councll also dec1des the el1g1b1l1ty of all players representmg the college and has full control over all matters of pohcy, orgamzatlon, and finances of athlet1cs Page 165 E, .Q E Q .t .rls .:r, , .. 1 . 4 b I 4 ' , 4 '. . . . 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Fouts has built up the football field, stad1uIn, gymnasium, tennis .fill , courts and the swimming pool.- It has been said above that Nlr. Fouts does little coaching nowg that is true, but he directs all athletics and keeps it on a self-supporting basis. ilj' l He is a Baylor man, and While in Baylor he was a great football player, one ofthe best quarter- l backs in the history of the Southwestern Conference. if 4 J T One thing that has caused lVIr. Fouts to be so successful is his popularity with students of if the college. He has been a square-shooter always and has helped the boys out all he could. If a student Wants advice or help, all he has to do to get it is to go to Nlr. Foutsg he will do his 'if very best to help hirn. lVIr Touts 1S one man that the college could not afford to lose under any circumstances Page 166 tg l 5 . 3 . 1 . . W . lihi 6 M is rw it . lu p U . , A A I ei . nd.. W -.,- f . Q..--.- f----. -A 4.1: ,-7'--x -.-" .wc .a:'i'.- --- - -V11-Q?--. .--vii.. - ' . '- cc c 4. i f 'wc Tell X c - -V h,.....a.,, 17tuif'F5.WiZfilliQ'f ,Lau ,iii L:-i-if fi-1--af fgflitseea.-Que twin mn- -ri 1 U U -1 C 1 .N g . , 1 4 ' Q n s . , 4 . , ' , Z 4- +4 Q'Li'3Zi11.11?'-,il,-ifQ'-T-filllffffii-. 3ffa3fffQ3,'f'fQ" ill-iif1'Q E. I2 lffiff , ' 'ist Jlfr jfolm 23 YQQZ H12 Teachers College lost a fine man and a great coach this spring when Mr. Reid was called to A and IVI to take the positlon as head coach of basket ball and assistant coach of football. He 1S a man that has been a great credit to the college as a man and as a coach. He has no peer in either quality lVIr Reid came to the college in the fall of 1924 from San Nlarcos Academy to take the place of lVIr I WV St Clair, who went to S IVI U Reid took up his coaching duties immediately after arriving, and at once he was a success He became popular with his men and showed that he knew football and how to coach it He scored his real success, however, when basket ball season came around. He proved to everyone interested that he was a first class coach He was a new coach and had new methods, so, therefore, he was unable to put out a championship team, but it was a winning team, never- theless ' In 1925, his second year at the college, Mr Reid s basket ball team literally burned up the T I A A The Eagles Won the championship with I2 victories and two defeatsj Since then, the Re1d coached Eagles have never finished below th1rd in the T. I. A. A. race. If this record does not show the finest of coaching, then it has never been exemplified. lVIr Reid introduced one thing that has made him famous all over the Southwest. That is the delayed offense This has made the Eagles feared by every school and it must be attributed to John B Reid All of Mr Reid s followers know that he w1ll be a great success at A. and M. and the college will certainly suffer a great loss when he leaves Pag I 67 si 771: T ITT V" Y-"F,f,'IIs Z T -1-I 'Ti 'ff f4T,""L'fr'i I '-,- riff- lggf l, V V my , V. 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'ff 5 :fl CRABTREI: TAISIPKE Fotrrs, XVILKERSON, HARRISS, BLOUNT, SPORTSMAN, WILSON, JONES " ' RICE, COWLEY WVATKINS, BRocK, PIUFFAKER, HERRING, BURKS, STROUP "1 I MCCRAY Lucas SIMPSON, CRAWFORD, HOWORTII, SIGLER, FREEMAN, ECHOLS I BROXIVNING CUNIMINGS, LONDON, GILBRETII, JERDEN, HENRY, DOUGLAS, RICE . I T-Club LEROY CRABTREE . . . President I CARL YORK . . Vice-President li I RANDALL WATKINS . Secretary I I I T. I. FOUTS . . Sponsor HE T Club is an organization of letter-men and women of the college. It helps hold them One of the best things that this organization has done during its existence is to establish a loan fund for students lVIoney 1S loaned to students who need it to go to school and cannot get It any other Way Thls IS a very Worthy cause that this club is sponsoring, and it deserves Another function of the T Club is the encouraging and sponsoring of better sportsman- ship among the participants of Intercollegiate and intramural athletics. The members of the club are especlally proficient at this because they, themselves, are participants in some contests uni' i Cl ,J I I ' - I Ii I ' , . U . . I a great deal of credit for doing so. ' cc as R H n n 1 , . . I I' I i II 'I X I and have a chance to manifest the rules of sportsmanship that they sponsor. They do it, too, ,p to a man I ii, The latest contribution that this club has made to the college is a press box in the football stadium This 1S a thing that has been needed for a long time and it is greatly appreciated by '5- the news reporters and the college in general. From time to time, the club has had entertainments of some kind to which a small admission I' ments at nearly all the football games. I ff- I n..-:,,.- -- . - - -Il I - A , . . ,- . - I . . . I . . -Y. ay,-I-- I .. . ., if ,-'gray-.I-... 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Ml, Pill. . um sz H W ..,. ..,, H, ,ww E l N mr YY , , Eagle Squad .Eagle Football ARLY last fall when Coach john Reid issued a call for fall training, to begin on September fifth, he got a very gratifying result. Nlore than fifty men rolled into Denton on September fifth, and Ceviry one of them was ready to go. lVlost of them had worked all summer and were in air y goo s ape. Among the men who reported for training were several letter men: Captain Rudolph Smart, Tom I-loworth, Ellsworth Bishop, Bill Crawford, Azel Browning, Elbert hdoore, Herman Cowley, Leroy Crabtree, and Elmer Tampke. The rest of the men who were out were men up from last year's Eaglet squad and from high schools all over the state. Coaches Reid and Sportsman drilled the men from the fifth until the twentieth, the dura- tion of traiining camp, in the fundamentals of the game, and a few plays were put on during the later perio of camp. Nine games were played by the Eagles during the season of 1928, beginning with the S. Nl. U. game on September 26th. Five of those games were won by the Eagles, opponents, but their record is not nearly so bad as it sounds, because three of the games lost were to Southwestern Conference teams. The other two games lost were to T. I. A. A. teams by a margin of one and two points. If the mighty team that started against the San Marcos Bobcats could have played in every game during the season, f f there is very little doubt that the T. T. A. A. champion- 3 ship would have been won by the Denton Eagles instead of Y the Daniel Baker Hill Billies. The prospects for next year's football team are xery bright. . A number of experienced men will be back, and they V will be led by two valuable men who are leaders and lighters-Co-Captains-elect Browning and Crabtree. These two men have been busy since the season ended, building up V. a greater team spirit, and so far they are succeeding ad- mirably. Despite the fact that a majority of the games played V were lost, the 1928 season cannot be called anything but a success, because the team was a great improvement over the '. X, IQ27 team, and every man was backed by his own fighting , 1, spirit and a determination to win. n f - . RUDOLPH Six-1AR'1', Football Cccybzfain Page I 70 l-c,,, , s ' 'r r fi- .rS"X rfb .f""y 1 3 f M -2. ,.' A? Y W A Y - ,.g,,f,Q,?.,3.,?,E,pj7,af1-7,553-qigira-..g:. G, ,ljrmxrfiiujl EQ K: ,J jj-v-,v-:,?.i.1,.51.5-T-ef,.,,gJh .Tr L.-,LLL-L-JY, 2-,s , , :af-441.5 ,A L,-.ug r.1,D.- Y 4 ug ..- - ,A -. . --...QI 'sir l.:r-,-.:L- fc:-, ..,. ,,,7 Y YY Y W.- , . ,..--.. .11 C729 TTWPTE iiciifi WW , r ,, ,ii -ac.. def --.rt,.fsi..a M-, .-. . 3- -- 1 L . . ., , Eagle! Faoffmll INCE 1927, the Eaglets have been a footballlteam in fact as well as name. Before 1927, the Eaglets were merely the men who were not good enough to make the first team. Year before last, however, the Eaglets came into real existence. The Eaglets of 1927 were made up of those players who were ineligible and those who were on the second string. Several of the men on the Eaglet squad were players of such caliber that they could have made the Eagle squad with ease had they not been ineligible for the first team. The remaining members were men who had starred in high school or those who needed a year's experience to "polish" their game. The Eaglets played a separate schedule throughout the Whole season, playing some of the best high school and junior college teams in the state. From a standpoint of games won during the year, the Eaglets' season was a failure. They played ten games, but the best they could do was win one and tie one. Taken from the standpoint of fight, however, the season was a complete success. Every man was in there fighting all the time he was in the game. As result of this great fighting spirit the team was never down in morale, and the opponents always knew that they had had a football game whether they won or not. During the IQ28 season the Eaglets played Oak Cliff, Sunset, Central High of Fort Worth, Terrell Prep, Forest, Gainesville Junior College, Decatur Baptist College, Nlineral VVells, .NIcKinney, and the Junior Aggies of Arling- ton. Every one of these games was hard fought. The Eaglets pushed ahead of iVIcKinney just as the whistle blew to end the game. The tie game of the season was played with lVIineral Vifells. U The Eaglets, under Coach Sportsman's tutelage, gained some valuable teaching and football knowledge that will help many of them make the Eagles next year. The Eggs, coached by Joe Hutcheson, was the most successful team in school. They played four games and Won four. This team got its recruits largely from the coaching class. Its greatest feature was the unorthodox action of the inexperienced men. UCHOC,, SPORTSMAN, Eagln Coach Page 171 . . .E . . . cf . S . ,WF .,.. fc, ..,..-M -azdgsn ..,. H... ...g..,... mm....s,..a.a..7,..c:.a .,e.,.a.,..,.,c.....,,.,,.,.-.,--. .n r fi rffil .1 4 .- A , .,.. ,EIT .lggia ,.-1:31 resafegi-..saa.4.aaL'a-,c...a.'1fe-.s:u.e..e J N W . A nk ,,. 22 He5T3?Tl,fH3.I1l1h T QQ 7: 5 Y ' Y A - ' - X' R" veg, ", U N' 73 'W .j' A 4 4 5 Y 'Yr' 1' w ff' ', W Y li W J I ' W M T Q5 . Tp ww E X :X fi: N' K 4 . I N W 1 , ru' I QQ' , . 1 T iw T ghh MT T 1' YW SMART ll ' T . fQ .1 .QffSmmIzfzg, Football ig 1 Team I WO11 Lonf Pct. 4 Daniel Baker. . . 4' 0 .1000 A. C. C .,... 4 I .800 T Cl'-ABTREE NICIVIU rry .... 4 I . 800 'Qfj N T Sam Houston ....... 3 2 .600 H 4 Q North Texas Teachers. . 2 2 .500 l 4 East Texas Teachers. . . 3 4 .429 XI T I San Marcos ......... 2 3 .400 VJ WVest Texas Teachers. O 4 .000 .l ? Stephen F. Austin. . . 0 5 .000 H Tl i l jj .ll 1 4 5.2 T BROWNING l ' . L 1 . if g T , iq 5 1 . 1 . . '.:1IivfE'1 45' Page 172 ,J V 'IF' '1 lu. 1 .. Im' , H. .. , , , I I y J 'E-1 ,sr . . If 'D H .4 D V1 .4 T F Tu W: . , . ,-:L - T,-,r ,, - - .. e 0 eewrxrf H A 0. ' r aim 4. . ,-- .. HI' -F" . LJ X, 'J - F00 " " is "vii new T' mt' r V W""""h' ' H A E Ci MQE5 L51 'N..ll,.l .V A X e,w'e1w 0 f c S M5012 S. M. U. 6-33 HE Eagles opened the IQ28 schedule at Ownby Stadium with a game that was lost to the highly touted Nlustangs by a score of '33 to 6. But the Eagles looked good even in defeat. Browning's cir- cus catch of a long wobbly pass gave the Denton eleven its only marker. Cowley was the best ground gainer while Howorth was the defensive star for the Eagles. BAYLOR o-40 The next game was a serious' disappointment for the Eagle fans. Nlaybe it was the intense heat, may- be it was Baylor's reserve strength, and maybe it was the brand of ball that they played, but the garne ended in a 40 to o victory for the Bears. Freernan's punting was the one bright spot for the Eagle followers. V- V WWW W - ,,, -,Y,.,-,,. --Q Wal! l A 1 1 Klan. x 1 i. .N Page 173 J im.. J 1. '- :I - . . I -I f L-I. f- fa., ,we ri ' 5, iT'I ' I-II 531: ' A me dj QE.. got C - LI3Ji:yI'!1I Cmxwxfonn FR EEMA N I WILSON I 'M'-I DECATUR 33--O The Eagles opened their home schedule with a 33 to O victory over the Decatur Baptist College Indians. The Eagles were masters from the start. Crabtree called a wonderful game at quarter and the entire Eagle team functioned almost perfectly both on defense and offense. NACOGDOCI-IES 146-7 The first Association game was with Stephen F. Austin at Nacogdoches. The game was a Well-played and interesting affair. Cowley was the chief ground- gainer for the Eagles. Crabtree kicked both goals after touchdown. SAN MARCUS I7-so The Eagles entered the San Marcos game in splendid condition and with a will to Win. They fought from the first Whistle and in less than two min- utes scored a touchdown. They were complete mas- ters from then on and San Nlarcos was forced to take I I I I I I I I I , Page 174 II II IIIL' I II 1 E W .Ii I I I 'J I I li ,-I I I I It III fs'-I I I X I I I II I III III I I,I HI III III I' II III I ILII I IT? III III I III I I, II I I I HI. I CII I-II I'I I I I I III IJ. II I I I IIJU , I QI II I -I I I.I II I I I I I I III KI ' 'II I Illtl I I' I I I I I II I I I . I I III I -oh -.-am ,aa ,...- , .ue ,... .-. I ut ..---.-1., I 5+ was I 'im I" i I . In III, 'f'e , ss. "1iil-I 5,-- YA II .I II .. fim . , .,...:4.v-..a...,..-,..--,j.T --f se if l T T ' A M T l ff to the air in an effort to gain. It was in this game that Smart hurt his knee and Howorth chipped his hip bone A 8. M o 4 The Eagles met another reversal at the hands of the Fighting Farmers on K5 le field. The Eagles were outclassed by the Farmers from the very start 'and the only thing to overshadow the smooth team play of the Aggies was the high ideals of sportsmanship mani fested by all the inhabitants of Aggieland COMMERCE I2 I3 If the Eagles had believed in Santa Claus, they would have come home from Commerce with a vic- tory. Two Commerce fumbles paved the way for as many touchdowns for the Eagles but this proved to be insuihcient to win against the fighting Lions. It was easily the most thrilling game of the year' three touch- downs were made in the last quarter and the lead changed hands after each touchdown. The initial kick-off cost the Eagles the services of Crabtree and possibly the gameg for the team needed l TAMPK1: LONDON Howoivrrr . W , I it Page 175 n vi ' "' H fa f fx fur "- I , i,.6,L1.....fe.+,..,',.-gg, 5 I F . I 3 in will-N 5 i as J ef. 7-we 1 .A c . - syn, rigjriffir 'rf' ' Cilifiia till alll R315 A., at A l I .l N - I Q 1 l E f 1 v r l R I t . , 2i . ,. . I A v l w 1 JONES Siouzn .ai...a4liL:,,c. 4.04. gills .... - the driving spirit, the clever generalship, and the place- kicking ability that only Skipper could supply. It was the first time the Eagles had ever lost to Commerce in a football game, and a heart-breaking de- cision for the fans, but the Lions had the best team on the field for the day, as was shown by the first down, they. showed a real fighting spirit and really deserved to win. MCMURRY o-2 The game, or punting duel, With McMurry In- dians Was a splendid exhibition of straight football and hard tackling. The game Was played in a steady dovvnpour of rain and the first three quarters were scoreless. The team with the wind behind it had a distinct advantage in the punting game. After changing directions at the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Eagles Were on the defense most of the time. An excellent lVlclVlurry kick, a Wet ball, a bad pass from center, a fumble, and a tackle behind the goal line spelled defeat for the Eagles. A Wilson, by his "heads up" play was easily the outstanding man of the game. lVloore, Echols, and ...s-..-.,.,. W, ..- .- ..-.. -4 .. ..- 4 - 7 - 4 Page 176 fr-,Y -, -.X ,rf-.-ew --3-Lf., , .V , -Wm . V Y ,T Aw- "7 - f -- nn' 1 . R ei? - . 1, , 4, Y . -.,: -.-.f,..1- A W , -A - . ,,, . , ,w.:aa...,,f .... . W.- 5, ' ,':l....f L ' tE2.:.-.'..-.ails wnm.arLi...-.,fg,,g,Qn. afs:aiii,..-iggrn . -'-an H L.f.1:'-'V-.-:fe-1 , 4 Y fl 1 , l rnjsp' 'EFT T fl f. ' 'fit 6' ,l MMQB- 1551, nil, wiv, be ..- ft correlate e .. v a fl ,I 5, on 2 ,or .C or - ,, Y Wa . ., ta. at a . :I l pig V1 l ff f N- -fn -T -me-w-'--'-'-f -'-- -2 'f fm rr Al 1 --M - ill' y L . --,,A K lr- ll F 1 1 ll . C L Tl 3 V if p l"i l, r , L - l 5.1 W ' V V wi H 1 llsl ' W' A ' ' l ff. 'AWE l f . l Er ull! I V gil l v. A - , igl gl ll Jig! , l w fi' F Si? l .Lv l al l fill ' i ll lla ill' l fl l E F323 All 1 ' l' 4 1 -.12 ilu N rl :IM JL i , , 'is H l Crawford were defensive stars while Nlalone was the Ecr-mrs ii most consistent ground-gainer for the Eagles. p Egg .I H. , Taj., AUSTIN COLLEGE 6-o K li W l The Eagles ended the season with the Austin gf ' College Kangaroos at Sherman. The game was M marked by a l1stless iirst half and a stubborn fight K ' towards the end of the game. l 'Qll Long locking by both teams and clever broken- 1 l Held running by the Kangaroo safety man were the l only notable features of the entire first half. 1 'jpe- gx 1 , 8 . " "'f. l The second half opened with more drive than the N first but it was not until the last quarter that the lil Qgllii game became interesting. On the first play of the , ggi l last quarter, Cowley plunged over for a touchdown. Q" 5-jj 1 This started desperate driving and passing attacks by ., the Kangaroos wh1ch twice threatened to result in M, LQ y scores, but the Eagle line carried the fight to them each R l l time and threw them for repeated losses. ICE y 'ET Af. , ' 1 'T' , Y 'Z",'EM" 3 "V 'Sl ' fi ' l gif l ' ' -531 Q ,MI 1 i r, w' :E ' i l 1 ll l if 'T al' T15 Er :fl l . l a L Lfl l , fs: 1 'lf g if 1 all ' E1 Q5 vb lt' l ,al -4-,' 1 '. " 1 Page 177 , i :il WL- A r- W- . f- JV N Y , Um i - 'gg 11-,,,,Et- . 1- Q, o e W- t -an Y' as-'H 'H , t' , W' r E C a, ,Earl sm' .lair .9359 ,125 QD . faafia 12 ..., 1-T:-Y-rf-ff-1 -e le -.f .::....f-3. 1. N ,H i I -2' 4 fic? 5 T M 'lt' 'ft - . -c M mi Htl 'L-lt! flick- 7"f."'ZT"f if Sisco MYRACLE . aw 604161263 HE College was fortunate indeed to secure lVlr. Jack Sisco as head football coach to succeed Mr. Reid. lXfIr.i Sisco came from the school that has given the Teachers College most of its coaches, Baylor University. He is a man who was a star football player in high school and in college, and during his career as a coach he has been as successful as he was while playing the game. Sisco's brilliant football career started while he was a student in Waco High School. He was a member of two state championship teams and was selected all-state center two years in succession. Naturally, after he graduated from Waco High School, he entered Baylor. He played two years of varsity football in Baylor, having had to stay out of the game one year because of an injury. During the two years that he played he was recognized by everyone as one of the best guards ever seen in the Southwestern Conference. He was selected almost unanimously all-Southwestern guard both years. Mr. Sisco came to Denton on March 18 and started spring training, assisted by Mr. Reid. So far it looks as though Mr. Sisco is going to make us a fine coach. He is popular with his men and has shown that he knows football and knows how to coach it. The Eagles were very fortunate indeed to secure Terence Myracle to succeed Mr. Reid as head basket ball coach. Myracle is a former student of the college and played under Nfr. Reid for several years. The basket ball fans will continue to see teams coached by Reid methods because Nfyracle is a Reid-coached man. That he is a good coach has been shown already. He was freshman coach in IQ28 and was very successful. We believe that he will be just as successful a head coach as he was freshman coach. The College is very fortunate from another standpoint in getting Nlyracle. He is a man that will do the College much good as a man. He is known as a square shooter and as one pos- sessing high ideals of sportsmanship. Myracle takes up his duties next fall and We know he will prove a great success. Page 178 TKT new ff" fat: f-to te" 's Q 'iiiiggg fjljfiiyiifu, - s w ,gui A5 tit::"5,g...-.- .f-nH:c...n g 12Z ,,.,....i. I f--A-Y'--' f , 1 v I I w i I I l w P a- 5 ,1........ 5 i Zfihiffi. 1 5 R5?3'35Q5'f' ' , .wg 'NWI l 1, 3 N t 4, VVV , f 3 ,, N i s L L 3 :Esau N ' llllll I :suse Y 'un .1 r ffm!-5-5 ' I f F N . I V ! X 1 . QA 1 g x , 4' Vfww 1 Y Y Y e W r K 1 Y v f i F Y Y l i V W Basket Baz!! ? 2 X 1 a ' r I , J E I I S Page179 F L- , , YM.. f . -- f-. Y f , , , . V - r '74 ' V 1 ,, A Qt .E it L5 lib ut? , 'L I Ing , 'if xfwltil.5I.isl,L,3g17f'.Qgg f' Tel? T ,"4T,' ff 4 .5 , 'Q I f f i t Wi l 1 .I H n ks I t 1 U J t w A. I I if . 'n fa 25 w ti W n I . 1, -1 I W' 1 'Q I v l -I Li .4 v J .1 9 9 L L. vr 4 lt .W '1 41. r W. Q1 . sf' .. . vtgi-3 agvfffgg- T fs Y 1L-p1:1Q- .514 ,, f?VTFs1"., 2-liyhgv-,A. 'L'...xmL-vi, IJ: , 7 -W, P44-.gs ..., Q.. COWLEY BROCK YORK ,.., 1 - . H6 T I uf uf Sfafzdzbzg Daniel Baker .... East Texas. . . North Texas ...... Stephen F. Austin. lVIclVIurry ........ A. C. C ...,.., Sam Houston. . . Sull Ross ..... I i V 1 I Y N . ,, 'I if V V YVO11 Lost Pct. I2 3 II 3 S 4 6 7 3 4 3 7 I IO O 7 Soo 78 I 666 462 4?-9 300 O9 1 ooo 6:3-VP Y....,.-.-.4-1 , JA.-j+.,, . , . 7-7 . A-,...c.Ji1 45,-y V.. . '11 TW Page 180 A----W V. 'A-,.-.-.,. -,.---. -.. .f-f-if - ,111 , .- X .. t I In ...TA-. .- -f-,-,Hgh -......1 .,.1.:ff--H , ...fsf---:T-52:11 Y-: .-.1---mn.- . .. :Lf I , - 1 Jaw' uw- 1 N- -Q qw,-' wp , j'.,-ffff'-" 4 Y- Tir ',.."..., 1 , so 1 .,'lfs?r'EEeFn-may 4115, 1-WJ Efseiiw-7-1' fi-on 'M ll-4-.Q-lf:7'fH-" f A f - L - '4 .Y . - .,.,. - - 3- --... il lla-J ,LL-ii. 112,-' -IN...-ff flap! -C -- . sw 7 - , epiew 0 f fade! fall HE Eagles enjoyed a successful pre-season sched- ule by defeating Baylor, S. NI. U., and Okla- homa Baptist University two games each and split- ting series with T. C. U. and Simmons University. The T. I. A. A. season was opened on the home floor with the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks. The Eagles Won the first game easily but in the second contest, a bombardment of long .shots anda desperate will to win spelled victory for the Lumberjacks. The two games with San lVIarcos were real bat- tles. It was through a better mastery of the funda- mentals that Coach Reidls boys managed to finish both contests with a small lead. Lucky Perryman played exceptional ball and although playing guard was high-point rnan for both games. The Eagles Won three of four games played on a trip to Abilene. The only outstanding feature was HERRING STROUP PERRYMAN Page 181 Y ..- - 4 , --. -.-..n- ---gg -.-- --.-Y?-1 ,ai--N 5----13-QNX FJ. X- NLT, A- , :-...-f,--- :.i:,..-,.--V: ffm. -..V f - . A :avi . -.r , . . X . all . z . l A.'.,. ga.,-A .-. Q.- '-... .. mah A-ai' iff-1,1 'gens-' , , , l I 1 Q 11 ' 1 . Vi li '1 113 EL 7 i . 3 ill? 11. .l. 1 1 1 '1 I 1 ll' h 1 1' y J f ,1 1 I 1.1 1 ft 1 'El 1t11" rg. 11,- if l 11 lm , 4'6- 1'. 1lfl iii 1' nl 1 .1. 11,1,i. nv 1f.l l 1 I .4 U1 1' 1' 1. 11 .i 11 11 ' 1 1 1 .'. 1 .1 , I1 Iv. ,liv 51 .1 iff l .L ,fl A D' .. ' ' N 2 -,-,kdhgn.-nn.-12.54114-.4 - -V ,nu ---ck'-- 'I f '1' C113 . ,,:.,f , ,f- X, ,.. X. ,,.- , . , W- V- w7-....A.,- Y g-1-1, .- 1,1. . 1 -1 .Ya -.4 , .W-.Q--Y--...Y7 .,,-- 1 - . . I 1 A 1 ,- 4 : , yi ,f SVVINDALL CUMMINGS WATKINS Herring's performance in the second game in which he amassed 27 points. The Eagles returned home to take a two-game series from the Bearkats of Huntsville. They Won the first easily but were pushed the limit to take the second contest. The T. I. A. A. championship was muffed when the Eagles finished second in two hard-fought battles with the championship Hill Billies. In the flrst game with Commerce, the Eagles met a confident team backed by a cocky crowd. The Lions started off with a Hash but the game ended with the, Eagles leading by zo points. The second game was with a more determined team and before a more conservative crowd. Gardner was the outstanding player of the evening and led the Lions to a 33 to 22 victory. - ,... ,via-,Ep ......i, A ,.-.l- Page 182 , .-r' 7-xx T, ,H--sv-X -' - - --P 'rel ' - - - W" ' 1 1 Page 183 T male .. V BZ. . I V., H- , TW A" 'VXTHT ' " " J..1.' '-"- -'- f ff X.. , 421 f--L-Aa, I- f7fZT4'T" f' ' vimnfaa , s ,-A,-,, ,K ,+M.-L,.iX,i:M-7 7-Y Y 5, - . -M., HA- -Y , ,- .,-QR DTN- ,A ,.: ., . ,, , ,,,,. ,Z WAN wx Life' f .v - . Q., tw, A4 . gi? 5' "iv "Q-:ffl 4.3, -.1 - 1 4 , 4 l V. F w ff 1 w l 1" , so C as as C is U.. CWM W TU , Gam, 1 1 Y or x law gif 'ji fl i f F-l ,4 N i :W li. l l 3, w-Li l 'y' Vl FN, QL N I 1 lil' l i by rg' W F I Lt , l lv r l , 6 If 5' l l . v ,- X I vi N JJ l lr ' el l if il r f A 'P ig XNILSON i 1 ' J l , r 4 . QEQEI, 1928 i 1 i Abilene Christian College. . . . . 3911.41 'N N Sam Houston Teachers.. . . 371,f2 4 l l h . 1 l ' A POLSER San lVIarcos Teac ers 34 X3 Q '4 West Texas Teachers. . . . 2O1,f4 Q i ji North Texas Teachers. . . . 171,13 ' I l I 4 - J 1 l Nlchflurry College .... S 5 I P , , ,m w 4 Daniel Baker College ........ 71f4 A ii ., 1 U Stephen F. Austin Teachers .... I l Q Q P 1 ' ,I ' l l W DLKE , ll J l rl 3 lm ll 'i' , W ,fra Y A Y l . Q52 E L 1 1, V V i ll i l 'ii' 'l M F44 i l l if ' W N 5 fX'f 9- ? . ffl , V1 , IL I l if ' S. , li W1 fig l l l fra-ll 1' V " C 3 52 If l 4, l ff .l Pillai ' ' I xx ,-.. , X l ,. .I ' il-J mfg I xv gil Page184 l , "l -il l L L! "Q -lg-47 4 A A H -I A Gr., - , ,,, ,, , , ,- Y-, fl. ,qv ,eff -'fa-,. fir- - -:-we-fiivier-1:-?te-vfei-fqagx FV, if f f 'XX lf lg 'A .: 1" l W, ,,,,,,,, 1.,..,,, ,..- -ravi .HZ l MTTTJ .g-ij 253232 -' ,....4f+ ' ffm 'T "-nfl' T' 'N ,W f' 1 " -1 , cl C Nw Qlf, ' U Track S 6415071 HEN the first call came out for track men to report last year, there' was very little tried material. A good number of men reported, but only a few of them had had any experience whatever on the track. The outlook for a winning track team looked pretty dismal. The freshmen who came out proved to be the making of the team. Had it not been for them the situation would have been extremely bad, but as it was, the team turned out to be a good one. The track men had their first chance against real competition in the middle of lVIarch. About twenty- ive men journeyed to Fort YVorth to participate in the Fat Stock Show Nleet. The team as a whole did not do Very well, but a few men made a good showing. Flucy Jerden won second place in the high hurdle and third in the lows. "Chili7' Simpson, after leading the field for three laps, was passed by two men and won BURK-S BOLEY i' ns: - l' ' ' 'l 1 ' ,. K Page 185 1 .f V . - . --.f-... --4--W.- W.. ,,.. oar, 1..,.Q , ffl! in H l'-lx'l:- - W- V 4 . W- - -,VT--11- -if-.. . uf :aaa .aa Q J- fag, LY. ,AY T? L - - ?-1-21.7- 2-I-4.141 -nga-Er' RICE JERDEN third place in the mile run. The relay team after a hard battle failed to place. The next event was the Texas Relays. Six men made the trip to Austin and entered two races, the mile relay and the sprint medley. They failed to place in either of these events. Chili ran his half-mile in two minutes, which was the best time made, but he was too far behind to overcome the handicap. The first home meet of the year was a triangular affair between the Eagles, the Junior Aggies of Arling- ton, and T. C. U. The Eagles ran away with this meet, scoring 64M points to 4.3M for Arlington and 26 for T. C. U. In this event Chili won the mile and the half-mile, Flucy ran away from everybody in the hurdles, Lucas carried off the 440, Boley Won the two- mile, and Dike won the high jump. The relay team won easily. The next week the Junior Aggies came to Denton again, this time for a dual meet, The Eagles trouncecl Page 186 i as a- was - 'wife l',ji'fs ,frees it ,Z g.Qj+'T' -...t'f' fm mir tall, QQ! 1'-3'if-1-f'iIa+-vez.. ta i 1, .1 ae. 1 A 1.1 '1 12- f' SJZ e ' 7 e "' - .0 air' 'ff - . iff: 'T 1 T1 if hill 'ell , fi. b n . t' . fd ' ,. r . E. W . 1 Y W, 1 :fi 1 l l ll ' . T . L 7 g ,P A 112 1' 1 lf ', l l . 11 ' K N xxxxx 111 l guru 111 ,,, , U H X 1 1 1 1 . nb .... S 1 1 1 gj . A 1 . il-I. gl ., W 5 1 l X l in! .1 .1 ' l .l'gl 4: mil il . 1 ll .g V P! 311 X I-' 1,l I, X ' T-.i V , IQ 1 ! l 3.9 It l X 11' . ,19 1 1 1 . 121 . . l bl . . .. l f 1 ' llill A 1. T7 5 Y ,l llkl jill , the Aggies by a 76 to IQ score. jerden and Simpson SIMPSON lt '-- 1 . f - .jx repeated their Work of the triangular meet, McCray 1 took off the broad jump and the relay team again won. p '11, 1 ri . I . S. hd. U. was the next team to meet the Eagles. .yl 1. This meet was Won by S. NI. U. in a steady downpour - l, of rain. Simpson Won the mile in a hailstorm. The ' 1 feature of the meet was the performance of Max Qfgl Brown, of S. M. U. He made remarkably good time LUCAS I..Ql QU. ' in both the dashes. 1.11 1... Q., The Eagles gave Austin College a good beating lgj .Qi 1 the next Week. In many events the Eagles Won every Ml .1l' ' ' J . - 1 - 1 ,vi p place' Jo Jo Burks made I4 points a slx foot leap p lj!! 4'l11 1 by Dike featured the encounter. - 1' qu 1 H! The last meet before the T. I. A. A. was with ' V1 Baylor and was lost to Baylor. Chili Won the mile. and the half and ran the last lap of the relay. . 7. Boley Won the two-mile after a hard fight with '- F 't . 1.1 l'l1N rl Z 1XfICC1!AY lil fl , . r A N-fl 1 1 1' -.f ,. 1 . M ' 1 1 lf? 1-U. 1 9-1 - "1 . 12, .1 1 1 1 pl 11,5 K l .. , 3, l ' .lt .aj , 1 1 4 ..1 1 : ff A .11 .ll-11 ll 1 l .Q an 1 3 IU l N 1l ' 5,1 , . - l' . 1 l ' 1l l A . ...1 .. . -L1 131.1 131 .jlllll .11 W 1'-'j Page 187 121, 11? T 5' 1 . F121 'ESUIUQ "in 65213. "gt rt"etmf'ert1"- N- at-S --G-. 1 1.LaQH1.aa11d.f-f :1.felH ami - ,Q A ,,iv... J ,f - W" 'L 2. 4r:n 0 1 "W ,. 'I ' 'H' li? W' C.?.?f.sef g e c Magik, q c 'c ' Y l 1 Rflzzy Team T1 I. uf uf Tmfk HE T. I. A. A. meet for 1928 was held at the Eagle Park, May I1-12. Five records were broken and one tied as the A. C. C. Wildcats amassed 39M points to Win the meet. In the .feature race of the day, the one-mile run, Vaughn of A. C. C. won by inches over Simpson of the Eagles. Blondie got the gold medal, but only by inches. Our Chili forced him to the limit and to a new record of 4228.7 to win. Bagwell, of VVest Texas Teachers, set a new record in the 880-yard run by making the dis- ., ,J I F 'l tance in the remarkable time of I:57.7. 4 I Wright, of San lVIarcos, lengthened his own record in the short to 43 ft., 2 inches, and Kalf, I of Sam Houston, heaved the Javelin 178 ft., 6 inches, for a new record. ' In the deciding race of the meet, the A. C. C. quartet stepped the mile in 3124.6 to win the meet and set a new record. Stevens, A. C. C., tied the all-time mark in the broad jump at 22 ft., 55 in., and was high- point man of the meet with 13M points. ' The Eagles took fifth place in the meet with 17M points. Flucy Jerden won the only first place for the home team in the high hurdles. He placed third in the lows. Other Denton men to place were: Lucas in the 440, Rice in the pole vault, Dike in the high jump, McCray in the broad jump, and Boley in the two-mile. Page183 Y 35. fi . V. ' If vIfU l -W l T efznis I fl Wu... :'-23 ,-2 ye N? I an-w y is asxxxxvnX"g-'imkgmkl az' Q30 0 O 2452504 gif 256 4 W Ni in .QA Z , 'mm 0 Q0 'Q ' 00 , QQ jf 1 ' 4 Z K f, fy 1 41-471' 7 ,fix "' wF1' 'JL '::4?- j H a 1 -1-05257-jp' 1-lizf H' 'Q -iq 'ljmljjlj K iii Q.l..Q1i.QZf2Zi.T11,4 "mf--.gcgfcgg.i,gg A T J DAVIDSON T I uf eff Temzzlr SINGLES ISYl+CORNVVELL, North Texas Teachers. 2nd-LANDERS, WVest Texas Teachers. 3rd-TAYLOR, Nlchflurry College. DOUBLES Ist-CORNWELL and DAVIDSON, North Texas Teach- ers. znd-LANDERS and ICENT, West Texas Teachers. ' Fair CORNYVELL Page 190 .fa ,A ,,,,, , , 1- ,,,,:-.y..,,,.- FL,,i V Y I , 1 M147 A.- -Y - A A - ----- ff ,Nxx Y-H N. foams-: , , -T s..-.F, 1 '-1 sf W T sc- -a - M- -Y --.. - P-9-1--WFW ' gjjjji . 5 QT ,M 1.-'QM-Q ,LL .-:id ,Jigs :QD TNT --,- T, ,cs X, ff- .fx .... ,.-4e.. .... ,, - - wp,-11 -. - 1 . l , ,sa-,J ..-rf.--1..-, -. L . M: 1, . - 1. - 1 . he '11 fn., , . 1 4 .--N: r -. 2 - F- X' Q' J'f"Zl.A:Z' klivi 7 f 1-ZSXM' 'X i A l 1 Q. 1 l1 l 1 l H 1 1 1 I l L. , ,,,. . . .Y .. .. s..-4... . eviefw 0 f Seaman HE Tennis squad had a very successful season last year. They finished their matches at about 650423 and, to cap the climax, Cornwell won the T.I.A.A. singles title and he and Davidson carried off the doubles with ease. The Eagles defeated Arlington in two tourna- ments, and also snowed Trinity under in the same style. The Southwestern Conference gave the Eagles plenty of competition and experience in the matches played. With three lettermen back and several strong competitors the Eagles should keep up old N. T. S. T. C. "rep" this year. H01-'FAKER HENRY Page 191 Z. fix. . 1 f 1 1 , Lg , 1 'lf-Ti Ill College Song! Q """N' """f' '2::: "N'hf2f1fff1" A1""44'A4A1 4 f 1 'Cf GLORY TO THE GREEN Singing glory to the GREEN, singing glory to the WHITE For we know our clear old College is forever in the right Down the corridor of years, we'll forget the joys and tears But the College, OUR COLLEGE, we'll love. ALMA MATER A Oh Alma Mater hear thy sons and daughters Pledge anew our loyalty to thee. Down through the years our love shall Know no waning . College Home, Oh, Nlother Dear. Q 1'fnl Page 192 -. --.- -zznm.. ,-,,,... v-X52 ,ff Lf ,fax HW W ,f'f' M., 'Tv 3- iq-sie em" 1111 .l.,,.,t,,, ...i..r .. ,,,,, , .,r,, BL., ,hflllllfwff ,"l iliffffm "" 5 W M Lg ' 1- 4 4 7 7 7 7 N, I'-.Q A,----.V , 3 W ilu ,LAY I Q SCREAM W I 5097 .I Q4 . .1 I ' 123 I' 1 E ' E I 1 D ' g b 1' h 114 f " I ! mgzfllllllfll k P 193 Oth er Ath letics 13 , , ,- VJ. fs- .f -..Z -Ein?-:,:,L,A , ,...A.,...?:...,. Y ,-.,.-,Ql:-Q-:A---55--A1 -- - - 1 N. - N-. ' -f---f --- -1-- -+ --W ' ix nw u my , hwy -ww If- - E44 Hg- .T Y --T 1 ' ,::.: 'Q7Q :xAQ 53E f1liE -iii QM ' 4 4 if a ec 1 . i l s J" A ' .L Q Y l I Vt i l . I1. T l . Q T I. I. 'li Lzfe-Saving Corpr All will .1 , Sfwzmmmg V ' 5 . HE College has as part of its equipment a beautiful outdoor swimming pool, which is the scene of recreation, exercise, and instruction for many students during the time it is in operation. ,fy , Unfortunately the climate prevents outdoor participation in swimming the greater part of the , year, but in the four or five months that outdoor' swimming is permissible, the pool is very useful. 31 Ht f The safety side of swimming is stressed very much during the summer terms. A Life-Saving 'Q class is taught separately for men and women, in which Red Cross Life-Saving methods are used. lVIiss Cotteral instructed the women and Nfr. Wilkins taught the men's class the past summer. L? y The full course consisted of instruction in swimming and practice in life-saving, and the final examination was the regular test for a Senior Red Cross Life-Saver. yi lVlore than twenty students received this instruction and passed the test. The course proved fi. , so interesting that many took it the second time only for the benefit they got from it, and not ' for credit. Y Eva Hatcher and Hazel Evans, students of the College who are Red Cross Life-Saving -1- if Examiners, assisted Miss Cotteral in giving the tests. 4' "Swimming for Safety" was carried further in the program. Several beginners' classes were - formed for the women students and many learned to swim in these classes. f: ur tl "Swimming for Health" was also encouraged by the NYM college authorities. Regular physical education credit for ' l -. . . . ill both men and women was given for time spent in swimming. , :g, 2,51 This provided an interesting and pleasant way to get off the . required physical education. .im T "Swimming for Pleasure" was not overlooked in the J tn 1 a . -- summer program Many students swam for the sole reason that they wanted to indulge in that form of healthful recrea tion 'l he pool was open from 7 t1119 p m for faculty members and their guests only, and this period always found the pool full of swimmers A clever pageant planned and carried out by the Dolphin Swimming Club, an organization of the girls to promote swimming 1n the College, with the 'ud of several other swim mers and members of the reading department, furnished entertainment for a large number of spectators The pool was also the object of much attention at the C S WILKINS Page 194 . y . V . 1, - - - ,V . . . .-x5- ' ' -. i I 'ill . . . . . I 1 w if . . . . c . . F 1 s 1 y l :nf Islg' opening of the new amphltheatre. . . in. H Pix.: Y iii, ' I, mm V A , Af- gg . ., . . -- ,J-. ., ,,,:,:,i.,,,,, 5 'x . " . I gg, 5-5.1-1153-giiv . j:Zutiii2IF4'E3JrL?fiiZ..E ll J, E.. ig Q , WW. gays? -. s. rant T www ,JUN ff Q' .. ??:T::3iZ5Ea..fF ,g - ' 1 s. -. r . v' ' ----- W - i - -1 an Y.. --.Y D-..- l' fling' i5A.f..af "4.L.,f "'Qa-,,f --'QXLLL V V- - - . - " I . , r if it ri. , rim , Y. ii -...wa .. -11, ,paula .- i 1 i . l i I - 1 i .ii , 1, . .l T i il r i , ,I . ,, , s , 1 Begin11.e1'.f' Clan y g Sfzvzhzmzhg Although three phases of swimming, "Swimming for Safety," "Swimming for Health," and "Swimming for Pleasure" are well cared for, one phase, "Swimming for Sport," that is, competi- tive swimming, is sadly below par. The boys of the campus who are interested in competitive swimming organized the Hobo Swimming Club for the purpose of promoting interest in competitive swimming in this city. The Club invites any outstanding swimmer of the campus to join it in its purpose and undertaking. Three members of this Club entered an open meet at Ft. Worth, July 4, and carried off nine ribbons, five of which were for first places. g Two dual meets were arranged with the Dallas Y. NI. C. A., one meet being held at each place. The Dallas boys won both meets by a large score but encountered real competition in several events. The Hoboes were greatly handicapped at Dallas as only part of the team reached there on account of weather conditions, but in the return meet, although still outnumbered, they had a more representative number and made a better showing. The most interesting and closely contested events of the last meet were the fancy diving, the IOO-yard breast-stroke race, and the medley relay. ' ' The list of entries at a meet sponsored by the Cascade Plunge was made up almost 'entirely of college students. The management olfered gold, silver, ' - e- S e ' and bronze medals for places in the various events, and all medals but the ones for the junior division were won by . college students. E The Dolphins include some competitive swimming, both for form and for speed, in their program. Witli the increased interest in this phase, they will probably stress it more during the coming summer. And the Hoboes, with an increase in quality and quantity, are looking forward to the most active season they have enjoyed. ' But despite the work of these two organizations, and a few individuals interested in the work, "Swimming for A Sport" is certainly lacking. DONNIE Co'r'r1zRAL Page 195 L 1 my 7 mf' - W ' 7' 0 'T k.ffjT"w 5.f"5T'x --'---2+-1'--W--szf-raves-fe-ff1: Q 1-------Q-Aw:- -fL---'----w--'fr--+:-f-v-us-- , ' . . .":' ' 1' W- -.-.Dv--- .v ,nf --' I P "-TE.--.'JlQif':1'Ll-1173" fl " " sffllfi -- ffl-L lift-fi '?9 ff"lf"T.ihD:!L 7VfiL..a- i . J . I I nzsrrlarr Competition A 7' N "' . ' 1'-iii:g'1-tfarfggft .11 - -- Q 4- p p Ewan HJ QD Q AQ N l Jr, ll l A A l ' r u l Ifzteralaff Track HE Annual Interclass Track and Field Meet was held on the local track March 8 and 9 The Freshmen with such men as Shelton, Herring, Lumpkin, and Ledlow carrying their colors, eas1ly won the meet. Herrmg proved to be the iron man of the day by Winning the 440-yard dash, the one mile run, and the two mile run Shelton made another ten points for the freshmen by anne-:Xing first place ln both the pole vault and high jump. Ledlow Won both hurdle races and Lumpkin looked good in the distance races. The Freshman relay team won lirst place in that event Brock of the unlors Won the 220-yard dash, and Plumlee Won the half mile for the Sophomores The meet was run off by Coach Choc Sportsman, assisted by lettermen of last years track team Although no records were approached, the time made 1n most of the races was fa1rly good considering the short time the 'men had been working out and the early date the meet was held. These interclass meets are very valuable in creating an interest in track in wldenmg the athletic program of the school both by added events and an added number of act1ve participants, and in discovering potentially good track material that would not otherw1se be discovered Page I 96 r-w'..im -- ' 1r:., s:..e,. ,, . c . . ..c. .nn ' .-. - T- .. lellhll, .FRA LJ? . ..-si M 4 1 iq 1 H i- f acker: Ifztmmiuml fgczfkef fall p HE Intramural Baskc-:t,Ball Tournament which is sponsored by the Physi- cal Education Department annually, was an interesting alfair this year. The teams were chosen and coached by the members of the basket ball coaching class, and any man student of the college who was not one of the more highly organized teams of the College was eligible. This tournament is very beneficial to the boys of the campus. It creates a friendly spirit of rivalry and furnishes physical exercise for a few that do not get to come out for the Eagle or Eaglet team. Another way in which it is beneficial is that by it the coaches are able to spot promising material and draft it as reserve for the varsity. The tournament was played in round-robin fashion and furnished pleasure and a chance for experience for over fifty men. The first place trophy, donated by Lowe 8: Campbell of Dallas, was won by the Hi-jackers, who emerged victorious over a field of seven other teams. Members of the Winning team were Bob Sanford, Ben Gambill, Delbert Martin, Eldridge Hogan, Robert B. Neil, Lynn Knight, and Jack Miller. The team Was coached by Mark K. Waggoncr, a member of the ,coaching class. 4 , as F' sn, Q, g,w..e.L ami af. . ln, ,..,. -,,,,- , TH. . ,,,,,. 1 21, ,, , Y l,,,,., 'l M -J t A 5 , n 1 lv i l . Demon High Dzlvirzki Jlfeet HE district contests of District Io, Interscholastic League of Texas, are held annually at Denton The College sponsors the meets and tournaments, and offers many facilities in an effort to aid in the program In the District Basket Ball Tournament, which was held at the Harriss Gym February 22 23, Denton High Won the right to represent the district in the b1 district play off by defeating Sunset High of Dallas in the finals This distr1ct is one of the strongest in the state as is shown by the fact that the team representing it usually ranks high in the state meet This year Denton High, the Winner, easily defeated the Sulphur Springs High School in the bl district game, also played at the Harriss Gym, and Went to the finals of the state meet where they were defeated by the strong Athens 1163111 The meet furnishes recreation for many college students annually who Witness the contests Wlth the same interest that the other spectators do Such meets are also good advertising for the college as they bring hundreds of Visitors to the College annually and create a friendly feeling for the institu tion in the prospective college students who attend them Page I 98 'PTT the 4 - . Y . . . . 7 . . . . . . T - f - - f' - ,.., L- A - "' - f 7 'Y'-4-ff--f -c if....v-Q. ..Lg.-.-f f -'1 B Y ' T' .- - ,.- .--.- --. 'Fl xg V - . -V .. . fa-V.. - ..,, f 'fu nl . L-L 5 5 -in F , Ill-'TELLTLT TQTEQQLIX 7175 - -' - ' A ' ' 5TQf!.7?J5?i-fl1!7!ff'!QEETiE!7if all-l w5Ei'5iEwEl7E:+lUQ1i? Lg? fr v-r gl .Q .N-..z , r. ....- -,- f:-1 v--N, .fu '- " " 'Y " ' W.-.-.,-,.,,...-.,.,..,..-l xr y Il T W 1 ,LXR I 1, :,.,-.L,,-, Q, ,,-,-,,x X ' ag,, -Am,-' -. -'J- .If S1 f Ri?-f W f K 5 -5 h V 1 Z T313 f x f VJ U if . f . , . Q V. N,nu 'az 12agg199 AW L. 1 'V' -T'-'...I'if' A 11 J M I1 1 r1 11 1 '1 3" I 1 ll ' l 111 1 r Fi i l I 1 1 1 1'1 1 1 s 1 - 1 t l l I 1 1 1 1 1 " i5"iYf"575f"'Tf 1g+iLi211.1.1.2r:s:2 0 mi 5-. -4 E-wif-L3 f1'i ff: -if 1 HAP-RISS Co'r'rsRA1. l 1 if! 1 wi I URING the year 1924 and IQZS there was a demand for an organization p of athletic activities that would include more girls in its program than the V 1: intercollegiate teams. In answer to this demand a group of girls, 'including l 1 1 l the intercollegiate teams, met and organized the Women's Athletic Associa- . 1 ' . . . . ll f' tion of the North Texas State Teachers College under the dlrection of Miss 1- Beulah Harriss, Director of Physical Education for Women. i'-jl ill This Association named as its purpose the promotion of moral, mental, 1 hr. E " and physical efficiency through interest in athletics, and it opened its member- lil ship to all women enrolled in the College, and to all women of the faculty. " vp A Each year a state convention of delegates from all the college YV. A. A.'s ,dll in the state is held. From these meetings new ideas are brought back by the 1 - delegates. fti Last year a new experiment was planned by the delegates, that of holding i ,ly H annual Play Days at their colleges for the purpose of creating and encouraging 1 l. fl E H Fi ,El 1:1 R91 ., 1 E1 g,.,, a friendly competitive spirit among individuals rather than schools of the country. This year at the State Convention held at the Texas Christian University at Fort Worth a play clay was demonstrated in which all the students of the surrounding communities and also of nearby colleges were invited to take part. 1 1,1 V22 5. ,lei L 1 ll! 11, Page 200 1411 1 1 F1! 1 .FQ i .- W ,ll ,. -1 . L' ,I 1 lt, ' "11l1 .Z Qi : 1' .1 1 I1 1 1. ri 1 Q :fs 1.5 :?' -fi. 1,9 1 1 ii, .. 1"-J 'IPI ' yi- - 1 I, , fi iff, U1 1' 7:14 1 ' 521 W 1 1 5.1 Y - -4 H- - L f- --- , -- --- f .. 'I at . . , - ,-. 1 ,- . , Q -- 1- A V -,. .., -Y . Q- --.. - 'f' ':---s:":-:cw "ff-.-.3-':i1'.cr'7-T: " -as 1-1-ear. 'Je' --'af."fffI!1f' 1'-HT 1 lE:"7i1"af59"f'5f'i753 Y:1932f5?.l1'+5i'E'fl555Q:53iif'Q?fi'5lsL7fff3E'lg'Yl'iTf12i4 ELL! - ' "1'1l1'Mf1"g ""'5'lZ:5? 'iii' ia'l'i?13P "i34'9"0l'L4'H9'7K'31' -l 'l 7' W 2- 'LPM'-A 1 F-L J 7 r 1 1 ,. 11 I Il P: ,. -v 1, ai, l ,w Q . w I. 1 w. A f me 1-'f 23,-q.13egj,g,,-iii' fr tin? t' , ,- if ,gi iETQ43.if"'Elifgf"f T it i't't'itt M" Ji' . g illjl hh, ffs.l-,f'5iiiib- D A is lf' sf' . . it C. . I iff, ef - f f - ' H if' V la .W in xl. l l Ili all .rj .1 1l l"4 .15 .Sl l .pf it .ia lil la lg 9--l mai . is 'li 'Q P-lt . a , iq fig. A ' fi' l ', Q filrclzery IN E I ill rl gn 'Vu 1' lla, E J lil? flip ' . 7 lj. W . eff---6072! J gi ,lvl E til rf. . . 'e Ziyi From our College, Norene Brewer, President of the YV. A. A., and Georgia pg Belle Blount were sent as delegates. These two girls brought home the silver lp E loving cup awarded to the college with the highest per cent of first place ribbons. Miss Blount won a gold medal for having won iive first place ribbons. Miss Lf-j Q Brewer won three. l l This College held its iirst Play Day last .Spring and since it rnet with so Q' l much approval over the country by principals and teachers, the Club voted lf' I , to make it an annual affair. ll The object of the Play Day is to have groups play in a friendly way rather ,Hlli l 1' than to have schools pitted together in keen competition. Play for play's sake Nfl 1 ' is emphasized and the leaders try to show that people can be loyal to a much lf ' larger group than that usually found in schools. ii. fl I 4 . . . . . . y 1 Inter-school competition IS discouraged by putting the visitors on color teams upon which representatives from all the teams are placed. In this way - l the groups are made up of students from various schools. Play Days have 1 -n been used in colleges, high schools, grammar schools, and rural schools. 1 if-i The Play Day this year was held on April 6. The events consisted of gl' organized games such as volley ball and baseball for the older children and suitable games for the children of the lower grades. The events were directed by the W. A. A. girls and 'by the majors of the Men's Physical Education de- Qld partrnent. Miss Donnie Cotteral was Faculty Director and Miss Norene Brewer, Fi' President of the W. A. A., was Student Director. fig ll 1511: la - sl sill i 5,3 2 'iff F lil i ,ai Page 201 A er as-----fe-ee as-Mel--e'f A ' ,fr frtx leaps. .1-ips er' -ee' --rr"f'tf'fT V . tum e ee . A 7 Pen M emberf W. uf. uf---Confd The W. A. A. program is divided into terms, and seasonable games and sports are offered The summer term features swimming, archery, hiking tennis, basket ball volley ball tumbling, and mlscellaneous sports, which includes box hockey, quoits, tenikoits, and floor shuffle Swimmmg under directorship of Leta Brewer was of course a success and many glrls came out for practice and for the sW1mm1ng meet Eighteen girls were given 'W A A points for having I5 practices in this sport Summer basket ball a new phase of act1v1ty for that term, met w1th much approval by the W A A members The two division basket ball court was used so that the glrls m1ght have the opportunity to play in and referee games played on th1s new divisioned court Hazel Evans directed this sport Tumblmg, a new sport added during the winter term of 1908, was also a success durrng the summer term The tumbling team, under the leadership of Lotta Evers, put on a demonstration at the opening ofthe new open air stadium Tennis, directed by lVIabel Wilkerson, hiking, by Av1s Lynn, archery, by ean Lacy, volley ball by Gladys Boren, and rmscellaneous sports,by Bess Chilcoat, all created much xnterest among the W A A girls During last summer a liveher group of girls took part in the W A A activities than any time during the history of the Association , .l Page 202 J- . . J . . ' I . . l D TILL ? irgQ5fL?SQlglQf2i'? M T ' "rf iii gimp 'fiqxyfj 5 4 .ff-1 iff-1 its riff7' ii'771f4 '-"'i1lZ Wei? L-:inf TTT'-LT---sa s f Y -.,7Y 77... ,. .-7, nr. 77.,77, ,,.7 ,- k7g ,, -m '- -- Page 203 Blzmleex .7ld'e1zibm'r W. of of---gmfzz At the beginning of the new school year last fall, many girls reported for W. A. A. work. The program for that term included tumbling, hiking, volley ball, archery, tennis, tenikoits, and miscellaneous. The sports managers for these sports were: Rita Pilkey, Flo Robinson, Hazel Evans, Georgia Bell Blount, lviabel Wilkerson, Bertha Casstevens, and Bonnie Wilkerson, respec- tively. There were no formal tournaments run in tennis, archery, tumbling,or tenikoits, but work was done in these sports in preparation for tournaments that will be held in the spring. The volley ball tournament showed up some good playing and technique in the competition and proved a decided success. The Freshmen won over the Juniors by a narrow margin. To the surprise of every one, the so-called sophisticated Seniors dropped their masks of dignity-and Won the class championship for this year by tying the Juniors and defeating the Sophs and Freshmen. This team was captained by Virgie Wilemaii, guard on the team. The team was made up of Jasmine Rudd, Gene Grady, Jap Galbraith, centers, Georgia Bell Blount, Eva Hatcher, forwards, and Niarjorie Simpson, Norene Brewer, Virgie Wileman, guards. The Freshmen runner-up team was captained by Velma Lee Tunnel. It was made up of Thompson, Mclienzie, VVade, Tunnel, St. John, Cleveland, and Ross. . ' The Junior and Sophomore teams were led by Hazel Evans and Velma Turner, respectively. At the end of the class tournament the per cent stood as follows: Seniors .Iooo, Freshmen .5oo, Sophomores .ooo, and Freshmen .ooo. "'-iq 1 J "l",Tf."1 ff MY ,N 'j' ,Y jf 1 31:52 ,153 2113, it-iL?r:..' J in f -ff-efeeiee--e--1-if'r-,ents iwfff'g+-.ffm BL l il ,.'.-2 E., 4,524 f D-4 :axle 3519. gn.. L.-nr .nal 7 7 - - Y 7 - --V.-. F--If-X . fix D. 1: ..i.....-. .-,......::7-:vf7,::sfs7sff,..., f, A nf- f W- , 9 , . V ....v -.,,.a -, ,, , . . .,, , . , J - .ww 1. - 17: 'LT'wj'1'.'-.""'L1vt-g--1-rn 4' i L 1 , feam:-rrafsesiin-'ag'ras-:5f:ct2nQui.r.? rgiv,::392 . .1-d.,,.f :Q Q9 E., s.ui.Q,1-afkiflff-r1-413:43-L- 1-MLM '75 Zi3l5ri fa 'WY .. "' FT e- 1 -.i'.,,. Lq5g1F:ff"1'-' T '-'F ,, g cn: lf il Qlfraa film? lihll 'lull YR Juli a.. M s' sw 'M T7 ' W I utmvnural Barket Ball Champion: 9 . . .---Com' cf just preceding the annual class basket ball tournament this year a novel preliminary tournament covering almost the full term was held in place of the usual class practices. Teams were formed either With individuals or organizations as the nucleus and Were entered in the tournament. This year six teams Were entered: The Independents, the Psi Kap Invalids, the Indians, the Left Overs, and the Green Jackets. The Independents, captained by Katie Bryson, finished the tournament with no defeats. This team was made up of Stone, Reynolds, Cleveland, Story, Thompson, Reese, Lowrance, Potts, Galbraith, and Bryson. The Psi Kaps entered second in the tournament. This team led by Norene Brewer, was composed of Georgia Bell Blount, Marguerite Wiseman, forwards, Gene Grady and Marjorie Simpson, centers, Norene Brewer and Flo Robison, guards. Georgia Bell Blount and Mabel Wilkerson were co-managers of basket ball. No other tournaments were carried on during the Winter term, but the other sports created much interest, and a large number of girls found recreation in them. These sports were paddle tennis, tumbling, hiking, and miscellaneous sports. They were managed by Bonnie Wilkerson, Rita Pilkey, Flo Robison, and Bennie Wilkerson, respectively. The W. A. A. girls were given the oppor- tunity to skate during the Winter term when a skating rink in the city offered to close its doors to all people except the W. A. A. girls on every Tuesday afternoon. Page 204 W lr f"" " " 'i .-f.-.f-'v.-- -' , 4- ' is--f cfm' ,?,,s, . ..ll-fiTs,.'f's,1m-+int lil' T' 'M' -- Afiweliflsl Till EM"g' F -e L-..- lil lil ljql l--Qu ,' lf jill: inl- xl il l ll lil l xl lf M l' ri l'.':l l V ll? ,i V lil lvl fd . , , lil ' " les . :Ni , Imm'-Clair Barlect Ball Clzampwm fa '- lb ,i l l l'. Wi eff eff---Confd . The sports offered and their sport managers for the spring term are track, la l Vergia Wileman, archery, Nlartha Miller, baseball, Jap Galbraith, tumbling, lg, Rita Pilkey, tennis, Nlabel Wilkerson, hiking, Flo Robison, miscellaneous E, .gg sports, Bonnie Wilkerson. 1 Awards are given for the fulfillment of certain requirements in W. A. A. -Eli, For 500 points a "T" is given, for 800 a monogram, for I,OOO a blanket, and + for I,4OO a pin studded in emeralds and pearls. 4 In August at the end of the summer term, pins, the highest award, were gil l given to Avis Lynn, Bess Chilcoat, Gene Grady, and Eva Hatcher. Blankets were received by Louise Koonce, Avis Lynn, Bess Chilcoat, p Rita Pilkey Hazel Evans, Gladys Boren, Ellen Casstevens. The following girls received monograms: Gladys Boren, Avis Lynn, Mabel "Ll Wilkerson, Bennie Wilkerson, Bonnie Wilkerson, and Janice Yarbrough. l 'cT's" were given to the following: Gladys Boren, Berda Barnes, Cleta l Bell, Sarah Bruner, Ellen Casstevens, Bess Chilcoat, Angie Fleming, Evelyn ity, 4 Hammil, Ettie Jackson, Avis -Lynn, lVIabel Wilkerson, Eurice Miller, Flo , Robison, Marjorie Simpson, Connie Sumner, Vannie Rae Vance, Mae Vener-. ' ff- able, Bonnie VVilkerson, and Bennie Wilkerson. This year in March pins were presented to Georgia Belle Blount and Rita lil Pilkey. lliv' N l. i E Q. l 1 .L E- ll? ui. ill , sl w Page 205 'm' . ,I ,J M , 1. -1- .. a iff- -A A -af - Faaag .aww--n,-,,-saw., g.,f.a,-,..la,,,--a - .QQ . 51'r1FGL'f??-frii f ' . . SEQ - 0 QP A ,Fig ?,iR1,,. gwffi:4 ,.,3VA, 5. E I f , ,-L .,.,.V,. A sr as ss ff J Frexlimavz Basket Ball Team . -'1Ci07Zf,d Blankets went to Mabel Wilkerson, Vergie Wileman, Jasmine Rudd, Katie Bryson, and Nlaxine Clayton. Monograms went to Nlartha Galbraith, Vergie Wileman, Jasmine Rudd, Evelyn Hammil, Grace Potts, Nlarjorie Simpson, Katie Bryson, and Maxine Clayton. The following received the 500 points award: Velma Turner, lVIartha Galbraith, Grace Potts. The Association has in its existence up to the present time aroused a lively interest in the various sports, and progress has been shown in the fact that during the present year approximately 300 girls have taken part in the vari- ous activities. - It is the hope of the present association membership that the YVornen,s Athletic Association of the College Will mean even more to the girls of the future than it has to the girls of the past. Present oflicers of the Association are Norene Brewer, President, Katie . Bryson, Vice-President, Maxine Clayton, Secretary-Treasurerg and Gene Grady, Publicity Nlanager. The Association is sponsored by lVIiss Edith Kubeck, Instructor in Physical Education. If in 5 V I I I ,: I Page 206 III - I I ,ga I 42' I , , I ,XI UI I I I I I I I I I I I I e Q! I I I L ,I ,I It if I. 'I xr u, n 1 I I. 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SARAH GIBSON OMALEE LEE BARTLETT MRS. CODA BAGGETT SYLVIA FAB BERRY JANET BLAIR LUCILLE BLAIR FERN CARLISLE BETTYE CHILCOAT NEBBIII GEE COLLINS VIRS HENRY CORNISH DYORA CROWDER NIATTIE BELLE CUNNINGHAM JUANITA EVERITT EVELYN FERRISS MRS FAY FULTON RIIARTI-IA L GALBRAITH IRMA GANTT RUTH GANTT VIRS PEARL GOULD Pagn Z5 3 MEMBERSHIP GENE GRADY LIAZELMOORE GRAVES NIELBA GRAVES EVELYN HALIIL EVA HENIGAN INA HUFEINES RUTH JACKSON THELMA LEE JACKSON VARA MATTHEWS BARNETTA JMICICINNEY EVA JOE CARLIICHAXEL VIRS SUSIE PURDY FAB :NIAXWELL JUANITA IVICCARTY SALLIE SUE IVICCARTY ZOLA MILLER VIATSEL MITCHELL EVELYN RALOORE LENA PEARL NICHOLS Se1'geant-at-Ann: Sergeavzt-at-A1'1n.r GRACE POTTS BERNICE REYNOLDS EDITH ROBERTS EDRA ROBINSON IRENE ROWLAND NIARY RUTH SEWE'LL ZELLA SOLOMON MARY SPAIN NELL STONE IRMA TALIAXFERRO LOIS THOMPSON PAULINE UPTON CLARA VAUGHN OLIVE WALKER KATIJERINE MAE H GLIVE JJIVHITE AUDRENE KELLY BLANCH WEBB RUTH PRIDDY ,L 9 . . N I . . I . I 4 4 . -. W J ' I . 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WV. COLE MRS. SUSIE PURDY ROBERTS IE NIRS. E. D. CRIDDLE BESSIE SHOOK Q5 ADDIE MAE CURBO B4AMIE SMITH I A LOLA DENNIS EVA STAPLETON B ROSAREL ELLIOT LOTS THOMPSON LAURA GREENE C. H. THURMAN 'Z NIRS. EMORY WILKINS 5' N I'- I' I I i . E Page 254 1 Q . -A -+"'1f-'UE 'I 'Ta ' "T 'V 1"'f"'j3 """':"i'dff""""f,I,"'f'A'S7f'MD-1f...fBf'H..fi ' .T 'L 1:55 .25 1,117-61-gf '11, EQQEEE -,-,O I - ...EI TI f :Aw g"If7,vK 'M TFT gi' if . Y Y Y 'fm ay' 'L L ... is, , L. , 395 I I . I I . -- IIEE-YY .LU .HE YE SIIIRES, OVVENS, WOOD, PRATT, ROGERS, LIITLETON, HOSER, MOSELY GRIFFIN, JOHNSTON, AKIN, JOHNSON, PIERSON, DUKE, DENNY EXVANS, GREEN, COOK, PARKER, HAYES, J. ADKINS, GULLICK NANEY, JORDEN, DAEES, E. ADKINS, PADGETT, SEYVELL, GRIFFIN 67113 Cazmzjf Club . . President . Vice-President . S eeretary- Treafufer . . Reporter MEMBERSHIP EDNA GREEN 9? 11 .I A 1 J Ii I i . E X I 1 I 3 4 I g I . J Q5 , .I I J . .N ' N . l J I I LELAND JOHNSON ll LOUELLA DENNY . Q, 5 LIAZEL AKIN . Q1 LOUIS S. IVIOSELY 2 LELAND JOHNSON J LOUIS S. RfIOSELY HELEN NANEY 5 LOUELLA DENNY ANNIE SI-IIRES I A FANNIE BROWN IVIOSELY 1 HAZEL AKIN , , Y LAVERNE HAYES ' MARX' RUTII SEWELL LORAINE PIERSON HAZEL LEE PRATT ALWILDA GULLICK Il . BETTIE NIAE JOHNSTON A ANNIE LAURA AIVOODARD ' E. O. ROGERS J MARY LITTLETON ' I I Y Page 255 I 1 +L gg, . ,L . ,,1m,,w,,u,, , I NIABLE EVANS MARTIIA MILLER CLEMENT VVITTEN LAURA HOSECK BLANCIIE OWENS LUCILLE JORDEN IQATHLEEN GRIFFIN PAULINE GRIFFIN OLETA YVOOD VIRGIE DUKE VENITA NIAE DAEBS 'TI-IELMA PARKER LORENE PADGETT DR. W'. VV. COOK EARL ADKINS JACK ADKINS I L,gg,..,g ..I. 515, --L.,I--.1,Tijii1iTT'Tp gl .- s..J YJ ,. If ' D.-.W Y-4..,J. .QL.4l:. -H 1 Lf', -li-""7f'LZ. if '.'A .'.- lrfiilv-'f.Fif H4111 Cm Q3 all . 'T L"'E':?".1"'4Z.."',1',i', f,r'g?r1J'?"i,u,wlfif Ir? nga 1 I I Zin zmnrnam :vi I Q, i I Robert E. Lee . Literary Society ff' . - VT ES Page 256 m, Q Q Q .. x. .LJJ-1242--, fri Q.-A un.-s-f g,'i...'..u,- ' Zin wlnzmuriam -K?" .-E. , John H. 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'I I, w I nu Y. ' ,N Ui My Yj'x I ,SVN P M by H I Ll iq! . N 0 N 0 4 NT aw 13 "F N' Ml Wx 1 1 4 M M ! l Q LQ if? M T 212 VI H .rf ., n .' .....,lifT,..:w---W,-W KH da da Wlllllllllll ow SM X X W EQ NX .12-W 443 'L f-mmmmmmm emofzsmztiofz cizool , Y..-..f . 1, -- '--' , , .-.WI-... ' ....1g-..1.L-.A-N A-.-4 wx, ,fa-S-.-+fp,f,ffv-Q-e,fwf-r--A ,..,X':4' 5.4! X-,?4m lwql-W., ,-..f1..:, .14 ,-T' H' KAN. .,. wg .u,.4.. ' emominzizofz Srlzool 0 orilz Taxa! State eczclzem' allege HE Demonstration School IS one of the divisions of the instructional service of the college. Its purpose 1S to 'tfford college students the opportunity of observing the organization, conduct, and control of a model school and to provide for them actual practice and experience in teaching under expert supervision and direction. The Demon- stration School is organized and conducted for the primary object of serving as the laboratory and testing field Where the college students may observe expert teaching and where they may test their own skill in teaching. It is the educational laboratory of the college and every candidate for a degree must serve his internship here to demon- strate his ability to teach before his degree -is conferred. The curriculum of the Demon- stration School includes the academic subjects and all other activities which are found in most modern and most progressive public schools. In addition to observing expert teaching and doing practice teaching, the college students may see how to prepare and present programs for special occasions. Rarely a special date passes when some grade or some department does not prepare and present a program which is appropriate for that event. The Demonstration School embraces the kindergarten and the first eleven grades of the public school. It is organized into the following departments: Primary, Inter- mediate, junior I-Iigh School, and Senior High School. The Demonstration High School is accredited by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. ' Page 260 K er'-iii- gp JE :51'-F"a:i.jg-gzzrffgi f -,-,, ...-Y www., - Ufgjlip 4-'. AM, -lg ggi, 'E ng, "" " ' tm' tt - I I ' Il I X D I ET' ' A -"H, in - "A , , IEE'-1' . E' A -- i it 4 ' f A 4 . . . . . . E L C . . . ,.. , , - -1-a, Lx Y if--1: EE-:'-v-1: P ,--as.- ,- V , , ,-D , df a-.. . , K 5 "5 .-:Zu -c...1l fifrf-T I 5- ' 'Ili ..,-.-. - .. -f is ff ..- -- .- . ,, -., J. ,, -., ,-N , ,., ,-va., --q -v-:aw-rf , -, if-3.-iggizfri 3?'.7LHf:f'97, we 1,:r-F-fr fr 'tt' ""' 'Q f21re?,EEi-TmfE2':aF?-itfIEr.:1FEE'vE:'?JE?l 'Qin "r4.e.' 'T .-in r v ff . N nw. l Ea.: .fi 3 4.-L. L-f. --Y....-... W,-:sand an dr lr. 4 , N my I ,-.,,, ,, l...aAv-.-y- D Y. 5 .a gg f .UH W., L -. , ,V 'L if xr, x E A f .ur . 1 ---.-Z-A Af.-H www-.-.. 1 QQ! n- ,tn Q-any -aalmff sd .f L- Lag: - - -1- - - YN. uf Sharp R. SHARP for some years has been Director of the Demonstration School. His duties are numerous and of many different kinds. As Director of the Demonstration School, he is an administrator, and this position is analogous to that of a city superintendent. Under his direction, the school is one which uses modern methods and where not only future teachers get their training and observation, but also Where teachers in the field may come to observe or write for suggestions for their problems. He is also director of the teacher-training laboratory for the Teachers College. In this he directs all the activities of observation and practice teaching of the students who are preparing themselves to be teachers. This proves to be of great value to the students, for they may teach the subject in which they are most interested and at the same time receive lectures on the methods and problems of teaching. These lectures given by Dr. Sharp are most beneficialg every-day problems which will confront the teacher are discussed. Along with these lectures, reference books are referred to the students in order that they may use them in future time. Also, added to these duties, he is a teacher of education in the college. He offers as one of his courses a subject that is in great demand todayg it is a course in tests and measurements. As one who is keenly alive to the problems of today, Dr. Sharp shows interest in his field by research work. He is director of this work, which proves itself valuable. Dr. Sharp also shows his great ability by the fact that he has written several books. Among these are the following: "Problems in Rural Education," "Problems in Curriculum Construc- tion,', and a bulletin on "Extra-Curricular Activities." He has written magazine articles on similar subjects which show his great interest in the field of educational problems. One cannot estimate his value to the Demonstration School. Page 261 . . Y .- Y , Y- . 6.47 .D-A ----a.- - ---, f L .Fr-:fan , --1-,V -.af fm...-7.l-Y . . ,,,. V - L- .,,...N gd , - fim- ,,,, ,Y g , N, l ., ., ., V Y 1.'l1tg1 Wil D --..-.-.,..-..--.-.-f-f- a-f-A-..--vs-Y,-7-fa-,1.17-v. ' .1 is w ' 1- -' - . ' ' .,.,,..-:1,,.,...:,i..u.---.--.i.-... uf.. -.-7 A -13, 'r ' g in reifff . f", 1 a x-,,:-M ,. J, ,W Yu. Y .,.H-l.--.-,,,- -dsl WAN,-1 - :div yefq., ,naw . Y , -- .. - r --, ,mf ,, , .,4.-ill,,5.-Se, :Emi ,,-7,3 11-5, -if . R, ,-7 .Y ,,. Y- f.. ww- ----- --in Y---, - - ,. W ff,W,...,.. 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One is either having it, has had it, or is being exposed to it daily. Those who are now in the advanced stages write humor sections for College Annuals. Those who have had it and recovered are seriously going on in life attempting to become sane, reliable citizens. Those who escape it soon become cynics. It is diH:lcult to distinguish between a cynic and a humorist who has suffered a relapse. One might say that a cynic is a humorist gone sour. The so-called humorists who labor Oj on school annuals soon have compe- tition in wholesale quantities. They are such queer looking specimens of the human race that sound-minded citizens soon start making wise-cracks at the editor and editorettes. The cracks that are made are usually funnier than those brewed up by the professional humorists. As soon as the humorist gets in the class where he can understand a few two-syllable words, he employs puns to the nth degree. hdost of his cracks He plays on the ludicrous, morning, noon, and night. are understandable. One can easily detect a humorist in the last stages. His gags are so deep that only he can get the drift, and it is sometimes doubted whether he gets the point or not. One is forced to learn to laugh at a seasoned humorist's gags. The editor of this section is really placed in a very embarrassing situation. He knows that some of the less understanding students will take offense at the cracks pulled at their expense. But he just can,t help itg as for himself he is glad that the things said about him will not be seen in print. Some High Nfuck QSocrates, Plato, Lindbergh, or President hffarquisj took it on himself to say: "Be sure your sins will find you out!" 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Page 266 "I envy most Cobbsn Harm ton, 7 -- - --.- :----- 1 -,:- -.- ---- ,fs-7:-2 ,Agn in -f- ,V-I 7. N. V ..- 1. ,ff---i I, -X, A- .V ' W -Y 71- , A"'f'jQ ' 't 'ff it 5 it all f,.il,L "' Q no IO II IZ I3 I4 I I6 17 18 I 20. 21 Page 267 Freylzfmm dmntmnce Ebxazm CA grade of 6M is necessary to continue in this institution? Discuss fully, in not over four words, Einstein's theory of Relativity. How much juice QAvdp. Wt.j can seventeen upperclassmen squeeze out of three and five-tenths freshmen? Why is a peanut? A freshman? When were you born and Why? Give 63 reasons Why you get the blues when it rains. W'ho originated "I Faw Down and Go Boom?" KQ347 Guessesj What famous teacher of Nlath Ciiguresb do you prefer, Greta Garbo or Socrates? Are half of your parents females? VVhich half? Nlake a report in Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and Chinese on the Harvard classics. Not over three lines. W'rite a thesis on 'WVhy was Knott not shot by Shott when Knott shot Shott through a Knot hole? WVhat makes profs like that? Are they Wholly responsible? V Who led the Green Jackets in the Battle of the Maratlion, Foch or Fronabarger? How long would it take Fred Freeman to pick a quart of Hy specks out of a barrel of black pepper with a pair of boxing gloves on? How come an elephant? Explain. If five and live are ten, how long is a piece of rope with a knot tied in the end? I If it is nine blocks to town, how many shingles will it take to cover the Courthouse of Denton? XVl1CI'C do the Freshmen go on Freshman Day? fBesides downj Is college the same as Sherman said Wvar Was? VVhy is it? What would President say if you were to ask him to let you run the college for a day? CThis is to be Whispered, never to be written or spoken aloudj Is Frederick Taylor a pest? VVhy is he? How much responsibility does Jack Bonds take off the theory of the missing link? Did you cheat on this examination? If not, Why not? 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Reid Green Jackets Green Jackets Girls Forum Girls Forum ART AND ARCHEOLOGY or I ,Faw Down And Go Boom S THE door burst open, a heavy silence settled, on the inmates of the DEAD EYE GULCH SALOON. Yes,it was true-here was Dangerous Dam Fidoo himself, flesh and blood. On each hip was slung a black-handled 45, the notches on the handles testifying to the many arguments they had settled in Dam's favor. The crowd surged back, as Dam, with a thread that shook the icicles from the Faro dealer's brow, walked menacingly up to the bar. Little electric tingles of fear ran up and down the bartender's spine and escaped through a hole in the seat of his pants. The bartender spat a stream of tobacco through his eye-teeth Ca la Hoochessonj and spoke politely. 'WVhat,s yer pizen, Dam?" XVith a lightning movement Dam parked his chew of gum under the bar and snarled in a falsetto voice, "Please, sir, can I have a plain Water sarsaparilla?,' Y H vlynnyt- um -1 F M ,Q Bk D: H, , . -fc, - N.-f QL, D '-.-, Ez.. .mein cg., i .AI Wil 7 rl J . LSE ,,. ws X031 V, if ,. JI, ,1 n w v w 1. 1 I wil' ,n ww QL' 'ff nf, 1 4 'K 1 X 1 .I 11 , r i " QM , A ? , H . l 5 Y . ' qi U' ' r s 1 2 ug 1 A r l'-l W 7 S M ' 5' 1 1 ,X W' Q' K C W K 1 1 .5 W 1 H h , ,A ' 1 ' 1 f- F tg' x L, . ia ' v f Q E IT iii' V I 4 Y, 1 I 1 . G . '55 tri.-ff sg ! ' ,s . M Lf- mf 1 ' 89525 'IGM N , ' .gp-Sgwevggm ' fm- W' ' .ijxcensored "T, I ' I1 ll " 159 Q 'W lie .zu si 81565 wh F I iz ei! 1 HRT w - -. . ar' H QQ if 4 1 ii sf Q Q ff 4 1 -4 N V ' 1 tail 1 " , 25 3' . TZ. ' 2, 5.4 fN?QH7 S,-,J Ji w 5 ,, Y l,vQ1.wf'X'f' fgkgf , CR' T' N W J, li' ' ' qv I Y . V 7 " h f w 'rf iff' IZA? ' -1-+ 171121 afhw f 'Wi ! f " "Ili-six Q., !',w , H fd - , ,yffi ,qg f pf' 1 ' 12 , V Y 5 . .' ' A 'LT 1 ' . . + W! c hy :nf -5-. X ' Q- Ag 4 1 :lf2ffEi' 1 ' W : ' ff 'a411ffl WY . - 4 5 5 Eiffel + 1 i 4. N' 5 1 + -1' affmf' , . .f 1 171 '1 BROKE' Nu 1 U ! , 4 ' ' A I I l 25,5 i .. ' ' ' X ff-' 1 H, - . . ' . i X ' 1 I W ., -'fx' F- -f -:ea . " A-.'- --J-"TT ' - if Page 270 -f-+--,ff-----F---W - --,im----f - A M?-. ... ,.--,.. ... ,. We Wonder - 'Who runs, operates, and supervises N. T. S. T. C. ?-E. If Dr. Sharp will ever look like a man? If Miss Harriss will ever return to Louisiana? YVhat Dean Cook would take for his other hair? Whyf Jimmie B. lVIcBride runs off to Tyler occasionally? YVho originated the Ukelele Club? lVhy We didn't Win a football championship? lVhy Coach John B. Reid is always wreathed in smiles? Xvhere Bob Hucheson got his Viking physique? How come somebody doesn't tell YVinnelle Gebhard abo If hfliss Clark ever finds out Where girls go at night? W If all the tales told in the corridor were Woven into one, If the Great Salt Lake Desert would not be a veritable g College were transferred there? W'hy Flucy Jerden doesn't find a secluded spot and cut 'Why T. A. lVIoore never mentions T. A. Moore ?. 'Who cares about all this ????? Pug 271 TIT? 12:1 hi- Q 11 W'-vw ww-fra'fm-self-2"--?":SFT'-T'f'iFfrf'rf- 115 Y " ' 'uf 1 x':-All-'wB:Q.z-134'--' 1'1:2..iLL4'xgbQL:..L'.-1: Q 43 " 'Y 4-C-,J x- . 2 l' 77 ' 3 66 ' 77 ' ' , . ' C6 7 77 4 ' -4 1 . 7 ' J 7 7 ' CC I ' ' 73 , . ' 7 7 G 'li i V A iv V f -- f' f-.1 Y,-QHY. kv .- - .EE "-." L gf-232 QD ig-. 1. --TFSESQE I . l eff Domeftzk Tragedy OUNG HORATIO paced up and down in his room. His eyes were red, his 'cheeks flushed, and his hair a rumpled mass. His unrumpled bed' and worry- stricken face showed the strain under which he labored. A great weight rested on his mind which could not be removed until he had confessed his wrong- doing to his father. What would his father say? I-Ie who had commended his son many times on his fidelity and obedience. He pictured his father as he slumped in his chair with that injured look on his old face, crazed with disappointment. I-Iow could he tell him? He knew his motherwould be broken-hearted, but, then, she would protect him from the wrath of his father. Suddenly he lunged for the door, only to return slowly and slump dejectedly on the edge of his bed, his head in his hands. A Wild look of determination came on his faceg come what may, he would tell his father! Again he rushed to the door, brushing a chair aside that obstructed his path, strode down the hall and burst wildly into his father's study. "Dad,,' he shouted, "I didn't think I would tell you, but I see that I must Hls father rose from his chair and moved his glasses a strange look of forbodmg in his eyes What 1n the name of heaven have you done Son? His face grew pallid as he spoke Horatio could stand lt no longer Dropping to his knees he grasped his father about the legs and gasped I forgot to separate the cow and the calf' WI-IAT DOES YOUR MIRROR RIIIVEALP I-Ie had started to leave several times, but something in her manner called him back The last t1me she had held his hand long in parting Suddenly as he gazed deeply into her eyes he took her into h1s arms where he had longed to have her Nestllng her close to him he murmured sweet no1:h1ngs in her shell pink ear His lips wandered from that ear to her neck such a perfect neck, thence to her shoulders and back to her larkspur eyes each smouldering caress punctuated by endearing phrases Then the err1ng lips crushed her all too willing ones for a long ecstatic moment and as he came up for air he softly wh1spered hal1tos1s' Stebb ubb giddleben add ged zum uv Dodger Marrguzze s gold gurel F ge 272 1... . ,,.,. -,...--,. ,,.-- mf A .fn . F., ,gn ,I ,gg ,I .N A-...,: , . - 1, 1 f . 1 r , , ,, V, ., W , R, 9 ,. ,. H 'fl ,LX I . A S -1 saw --i,..f -. W J- The Samet 0 f Her Topularzbf A FLASHING PERSONALITY! No wonder she's popular! There she goes, her charming personality winning her a host of friends! Isabelle's charm is due to her wonderful ability to use her natural attractive- ness. She has been here only two years and she is rewarded by having her name or picture on practically every club roll or organization in the college, not to mention the various others of which she is a member. Eyes that sparkle, skin that is as smooth as a baby's, hair that is abundant, what priceless possessions they are! Would you knowingly let them be taken from you-these charms that are yours by birthright? You have them, but can you use them to the best advantage? Nliss Armistead's method is painless and simple. After reading the book "How I.Became Popular," you should have no trouble going with whom you choose, and selecting the clubs and societies you wish to belong to. This book contains a chapter on how to win a beauty contest that will be of great aid to the less than average College Co-ed. Send the coupon below for your copy immediately. EGOTI STIC DEPARTMENT Box 403, lvlingo, Texas. Please send me a copy of your book "How I Became Popular in Ten Lessons ' Name. . . ..... Street... . City .... ...., S tate. . . And then there is the industrious, dumb, young Scotchman who killed a man so he could go to Sing Sing and take voice. Page 273 537, 7?-,, Y . , , ,,, J, Y, A. 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Fon SALE-I collegiate auto, has no battery, spark plugs, top, differential, crank- shaft, bearings or upholstering. Two front tires have only been driven I2,000 miles, be- sides a jaunt to California. Body by Marquis and Gross-Jack Marquis. Are you troubled with kleptomaniacy? Do you have an itching palm for socks, ties, and other articles that lie loose on down-town counters? I have a sure-cure guaranteed remedy. Works like magic-Seth Ramey. NOTICE-Have you ever thought of majoring in Freshman English? It's a wide and promising field for young men. For particulars see-Chili Simpson, Rte. I, Krum I-Iites. Are you a booster? Do you laud your home town to the skies? Can you, with a clear conscience, favorably compare your home town with the best? I recommend good, wholesome, nerve-resting air-something like that near or at Slaton-Rowland Anderson. WANTED-Nine term hours in Chemistry Ior-102-103 Cor 1131. Will pay-Oh, gosh, most any price-Elmer Tampke. NOTICE1I'I3V8 you a soft, musical, well- modulated voice? Can you sing so people will say, "Who in the devil is the girl?" I can teach you in my special ten-day course- Audean Ponds. WANTED-For once, I would like to have the appropriations I ask of the state legis- lature-Prexy. FOR SALE1TWO pairs of good ice skates, one pair of snow shoes, and one pair of skiis. This Texas climate is excruciating. Geeze, I wish I was back in dear old Boston this evening-Paul QNehil Griffith. XVANTED1A steady job. I am off from II at night until 4:30 in the morning-Publi- cations Staff. NEEDEIDTMOIC and longer holidays, more dances, and a few more broad-minded faculty members-Student Body. NOTICE-IS there any way on earth to get rid of Freshman ways? I've tried my best, but I have obtained no results. Any advice regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated-Marjorie Simpson. WANTED-Someone to pay just a little attention to me. I realize I am insignificant, but then any one could make me feel much better if they would become aware of me- Frederick CFirpoj Taylor, Esq. NOTICE1ThC Avesta office is crowded to overliowing with material, thus causing the publication of two Avestas instead of the usual one. Get your copies at E. C. Kingis Book Store-Myron Stout, Editor. NOTICE-Found I ! 1 Sure cure for falling locks! I have spent I2 years in California obtaining the formula for this wonderful preparation. Is your head as slick as a fresh- spanked baby? So was mine! But now I have a luxurious covering of downy fuzz. But, fuzz counts, you know-W. YV. Cook. I-Iow would you like to be an imperson- ator of women? I fooled 'em. These college folk elected me one of the campus queens. You too can have this popularity and beauty which is your heritage, from nature. Thou- sands have been benefited by my wonderful course. Communicate with me at once- Ervin Anderson. Page 276 T . an . , , .,--,.-., I , Q A., ,, -..nw-1... ,. ,..f.--H --Y as .. .. .W . A-1 fda- ig W S A.,,,X,.-Zi- ... --af f-Y-A--1mTf' . 1 ' T! ,fe i 'N jf' if V 1 5' 1 "wx ' ' ' qjI,,..f.a..- fe V . f- f ff 1-1 A yerefaia' f " W' 'WI : ll y in ' 1-iv , , .. gg, , . . ,- , .,,.- A-.ana 'I' ..,,.- ...... .g.,:.,,n.Zf.. -441 ,--A - L- Page 277 -f 'fx -1 J , l C, Q-.. i. . r",i.gig,. Ideal Fdddlljf Prerident-Prof. E. L. Anderson Vice-Preridmi-L. A. Sharp Dean of College-Al. Smith Dean of M511-YVill Rogers Dean of Wbmen-Elinor Glyn H fad of English Dejbarzfvizevzt-Chester fPudj Plumlee H cad of Chemistry DejJa1'1f1ne1zt-Elmer Tampke Department of Sociology-Charles Darwin M aihematic: and Figure:-Clara Bow Coach of Azflzleziics-T. Blackwell Axxiftavzt Coach-J. D. Cobb Athletic Trainer-Greta Garbo Dramatic:-One-Eye Conally Playgromui Supervifov'-Ervin Anderson Supfrivztevzdevzt of G1'0ZL7'LLiIiDF. Fronabarger janitor-E. C. King. It has been rumored that Dr. Fronabarger told D. Cobb he thought NIL Medders said Ervin Anderson told some one that hdyron Stout accused Bill Ardis of saying that Frank McDonald said Frederick Taylor had effeminate characteristics. W. N. Masters: This exam. will be conducted on the Honor Systemg please take seats three apart and in alternate rows. l I " " ' ' A" i i J. T. .--'.-.. ff :-- - - :H 1- - Y 2 ..' -' ' ,1 ' '1 fl f'r1h'-"""2"- TTD" ' ' f " T 'ijllilli i,QQ-,if,Q . i if I x'.A l Ll ff Q CLI 1, i.7.Qf'3H'1fff'i"'1if I Q V . V ,xi 1, ii 5 ii V g H um A S-Q15 H if r. H , A I V i ' . , ,R B I W 3 .. Ha as I V... nf' .1 L .a I I . f L K , V ' . I . Q qv ' -' ,, u V 'Il i j.. pn . I , i is P' - . -,,v Qgpx llln ' ESQ 1',ll '1iLpL't. :Jr , V 1 l 1 'n,,,.1 'it r. . r. x' H ' W i f' W u il nfs H i W M " 5 - . -at . i . 5' Q ' J ,JXI II I .fp V xl H H I. Y ly M. 'ggi E , , g ' "' lU"J 'l llur -,rw F t . A 2 "i.!1l, l., is 1 , Yes, we'1l admit that this is pretty bad, but the little girl really did take things by storm, so 1et's give credit where it is best merited. AN INCIDENT Once there was a hungry duclcling. He was out in search of most anything to eat when he came across a bee calmly sipping nectar from a primrose. "Ah hah!" says the farnished one. "This looks like a square meal to rnef, Well, the bee kinda smiles and buzzes, "You WO11,t eat me 'cause you know I'll sting ye severely." This donlt please the duck none, so he swallows him sack and all. But the bee gets sore as the devil because he has been imposed upon. However, it is quite warm where he is, so, since he is a little sleepy, he decides to take a short nap and sting the goose when he awakens. Imagine his dismay when he woke up and found that the goose was gone! Page 273 ,am A1 A- ,. Y 7.7 .,,, - - 'fran ,V-N ,fs-I-HX M,-fag bf,-V-..,x ......4L..,.....aa-..i..f:,-...-:..-..-me-sf-7-TT-f-fl-ff-.f-. F531-fgizi dll. if i." if f'ff?L'g?"'f"ff111g1 dv- Vw- .,....-..- ...,v.,. f.,:,- N ,F P- MY, I, ---i , -1, T., ,, -. . --- -- -Y-------------W -- --- , ,,,,.,.,,-.,,-.,.,, ,,, ..,., .,.. 1 , , I , I-Y 4 if fi it I - , . : ., ,. '. . 1 , , Y Y -fun, R -H-.......1-....,-,..,,,,.o,7,. , ..,, V, .,,, ,,f- NA- ,,, , Y , -,,.- Y Y v. -W Page 279 l Fazmouf ,Qui U ttenznfef I just thought Iid come over and tell you what a chump I think you are, Dean McConnell. I didn't know girls weren7t supposed to have dates on week nights, Nliss Clark. Don't kill that bug, it may be Lon Chaney! Do you catch? Step on it, boy, the cop won't be out on a night like this. I had a wild date last night and overslept my S o'clock class this morning. I'd like a no-penalty excuse, Dr. Cook. Have a snort of this Vlfhite Nlule, lVIr. Swenson. Are you sure all my grades are on that permanent record, Nlr. McDonald? VVhy, I can make your football team easy, lVIr. Reid. I'll match you to see if my tuition is double or nothing, Mr. lVIcGinnis. The next check you send, Dad, just sign your name, I'll fill it out. IVhy can't girls car ride at night, lXfIiss Clark? Q Yes, sir, I took that tie on the counter, ,I thought they were free samples. Rodeo, Rodeo, Ride lem, Ride 'em, Eagles, Eagles, Fight 'em, Fight 'em. Cap, you've got a snap, being editor of that annual. I wish I could get a pull like you got. Now when was in high school, Coach -. Freshman: "I think this upperclassmen stuli' is a lot of hooeyf' I-Iow did I know she was that kind of a girl? Wliatill happen if I press this button? I I "ia ' 'I -Q ",' TD 'XUQ 51 .jf"?"lT ,- , ..fnL-.....? , , , , 1 E -L , , .4 --..z -Mr.,-1. .-1. ,N ,X , f1i,,J -Qvl! i ',.. 'g....4...-.... .--f ' - .- I fl I I, V- .4 if F3'?fffTlfl'f3s153E-1515 is-iaLl'1eg54::'elI5rsiIELTS 5220 'I '- tw . you " A. T J Efftem' Elfil., filo, .fi-H.. I I T -- rf' .ff W' Pffggiyg Why -------- This has been a great task indeed, but We have tried to be impartial and 'I to disregard all scholastic achievements. For your approval We submit the il following to this section: :lx g DR. WILTON W. CooK Because he has more influence than any one person on the campus, faculty 539 or student. Because he has such great talent in judging human nature. Ask 'I himg he admits it himself! L MILLER SMITH if Because of his athletic prowess and massive build. Because he can make more insignificant wise-cracks than anyone We know. Also because he plays . in the band. iii- . , it CURTIS DAVIDSON ffl Because of his Congeniality and his ability to Work in harmony with the FQ y faculty. Because when he finishes this institution he will have merited his H degree. ilu. if , - 31, y . . DOROTHY BABB if '9 Because at last she has realized her hi hest ambition: to teach Latin in g I the lVIodel School. Because she does not for et that she was once a student 1 S . herself. IW ' ' V li 1-7 T. A. Moonz ,Ili 3 Because of his extreme modesty and tirnidity. Because he does not care What the co-eds think of him CC. I. A. eitherj, and because he is to attend Q- Indiana University next year. ' MAY STEED Because she is so quiet, reserved, and unassuming, and because she has a if unique sense of humor. 5 Page 280 ,- ..,.,. .. ., .,. ,Y -. .. .-. .....A -- .-- T.. 7- -. . --- , f-.x V, .J 4. rv- '1 1 ill ' , rl .. cggggggs t Page 281 - 1 --f: -T.. fjfvfgz,-5 :.j:j2:fs:jrQu'3?,i'1f,'f'-' -bf: GT ',wf'F""' ffj"j"T Whore Wlzo - - Continued H. J. P. VITZ Because he is so generous with his advice, and has such a great following within the student body. Because of his unequalled name: Hugo John Von Peter Auto Radio Photo Motorcycle Visual Aid Industrial Ed. Lantern Slide Cinema Architect Spotlight Chevrolet et cetera Vitz. I-IERBERT PHILIPS Because of his intelligent and clever How of Bull. Because he never in- trudes on private affairs, and is so cherished a friend to every member of the College. NIURIEL HZELMS Mainly because she originated the Ukulele Club and has such a forced and vanishing smile. A PROF. E. L. ANDERSON Because of his coyness and his outlook on life. Because he has been to France, learned all their ways, and never repeats any of his experiences. LAVERNE HAYES Because she took the College by storm, and is holding her own with boys. Because she has no desires to become popular, and is as nonchalant as a cold bath. NIGINITWATCPIMAN O,SHIELDS Because of his untiring eiforts he has terminated spooning on the campus and byways near the college. CPPFFFD Pnor. JACKSON Because of his Harry Langdon smile, and because of his ability to create humor when least expected. ,W Y , Y Y Y YA, ,, ,L . ,WY V-, - La ,,...,-X J, .X ,YLT,ii,......r,....,,-..v,,,,,..,.,,.,,, sums:-:.4.-..,f.L,...,t.... ,.. .. .., : .... Q-ill.. felgrg ffl f Rf if: C 'I 'TT-' . QC Qlie-J,---,:+1,, C C C-CT ' , -V '.' '-,' ' "'- ' , ' V. .Ax, V.-Q, " -'-' """-'A - U, ----e-fe-----i 1 5 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 - 1 5 - 1 . , . , . ,Q W ,J q I Q .... ,.,L.-I . . . - . . , U . ,- . 1 W COLLEGE CHORUS Miss Parrill, Director, seated on front row. CII1 White dressj R. O. A. C. CRoyal Order of Asinine Charactersj Intimate telephoto of the fraternal order, taken on North Nlain Street, Denton, Texas. 115 N 1 l 1 I - 1 1 1 1 r f ' I Stamiing, lqft to right-STUMPO BYNUM, JIM BRAY, PET, LATZO, JOHN GILBERT, BRADLEY CAIN, BULL IVIONTANA, OSCE GROSS, wVILL ROGERS, JACK MCBRAYER, B013 MARQUIS 3 Kneeling, lzfz to righi-KIT CARTER, IIMMIE MCBRYDE, IVIUSSOLINI, KING FERDINAND, ALTON HERRING, JVAYDE MUNN, STRANGLER LEWIS, PAUL CNEIIIJ GRIFFITIIS, HERB'iAN CORNELIUS F rout row, right to lffi-RED Y ORK, CHILI SIMPSON, JOHNNY WEISMULLER, BOB HUTCIIESON, CHIEF Howzzn' FEEL CChoctaw Bravej, BILL Box, FATS IHARRIS, JIMMIE WALKER, SETII RAMEY Page 282 ' T ' - " " 'A - +'- --V f - -iff ,f"I:. 1- - - - TT-- V . 5- W- gh , 5 -, - - - -- , U15 Um Iliff? nj D - . Y Ji .Ji L LL Y i 1' 'I 1'i 'f ,., , 1' ,M .M A F 616161 For goodness sake don't vote for me to go in the beauty section. Fd be embarrassed to death. . One day chapel had a perfect attendance. . The Green Jackets attended a ball game and forgot the cute little yell about, "Rodeo, Rodeo, Ride 'em, Ride jemf' The faculty and classes are ideal. Mr. Dannelley is a very humorous fellow, well known among the students, too. The auditorium was full and overflowing at the debate last nite. Athletic rivalry between Denton and Commerce has lessened the past year. A beautiful boy's clubhouse was erected at the corner of Fry and Hickory streets. Boys have been allowed to dance the last hour of the Girls' Forum dances. At least that is what lVIiss Clark has said. Tom Rose's orchestra has ceased playing for the All-College dances. Once the Wfhite 'Way was left burning all nite. We are to have a nice skating palace over our swimming pool next winter. lVIiss Harriss is to coach the skating. Freshman Day is usually a dull, uneventful day. lVho cares whether we ever get a holiday or not anyway? Every boy on the campus has purchased a new car and Tuxedo. The XV. A. A. girls won a group beauty prize at the last tournament. The Talons have had a very uneventful year. Ross Compton declares that the lvlalthusian doctrine is all bull. "Red" QLarkinj Echols is taking a non-stammering course and is improving right along. Coach John Reid has taken up aesthetic dancing because Elmer Tampke advised him to do so. Fred Sigler has finally found his "turkey" The student body has unanimously voted that football will be abolished and debate take its place. All this seems very humorous to the editor. Page 283 , ,.,. - -.,.-W ..4-..-..,..........,d.--.. K. W--, fag?-sn' Val? ,g lv --V1-2 a,,,. ,...-...-.Q ..., .Tc-f.T,,,..Y, . .4 f 1 . .I ., i 4 - -Mi.,-fa ...V , ...f 1 f f- 'T - -e --at-1.lHf.'e-..aJ .421-..f -v.,..l.,-J ' 4-Q.?,g,,,4Y, I.,-,Y l u I l iv' 'iii' vi V' 'UJ"' A ' 1 ' Ff"'f'i 1'i:"1'?:T":'?f f' .x.,, - -ef --- --- rf - 44 ,ww--1. .-?::-r-,Y5-- -K-:fic-v vc- -L-J: Va.-irp . J------V----'-L44--R ,H-m.lL:-t. .- :nil lf' 11.15 7' X lil 3 W f'-'SH K. l '51 Lvx X -. .,, ' .. H K - if . . v . , f . X a .a.-..-- no or, i 1 1 . Q. . - ...-, . --4 h 1 Jn, .L H- iQ"7ifff'm' 'Muff' an 1 fzology yy I N 1 r 39 in , , ,E l A First Amphibian: Have you heard ll Al il ", as Q tw il about my latest operation? i 5 Second Ditto: Do you mean to tell me V H n N I that you've been under formaldehyde again? ST H i Qi! w s X : -L w in m is w A,-uw i -in I4 iw Q in iw H - :nm , We intended to have some sort of a crack about the Kappa Delta Pi Fraternity, but since ' they have become more of a campus joke than a problem, We have omitted them this time. 1 . i I l .... 1 l I I l 1 1 w 1 I l Exclusive architectural drawings of the front and side View of the Boys' Club House. One can readily see that it is much on the same order of the hilary i J Arden Lodge. At the present reading the boys of the college are rejoicing the 1 fact that at last' they are to have something to themselves. Plans are being l w made for a pool room and other entertainments for the boys during their off l hours. V l LOVE-A feeling that you feel when you feel a feeling that you, have never x felt before. Y V x Page 284 .-,IAYQ-Y,,,YA Y ,, A . .M 1 at Y Y Y -Te. .,,.:-'eiiii . - -, , . 7 I "- " L Y Y T Y 777- AQ I ,.,.Y YY ,.-. .,., rg' 'FJ if -FQ' "2 :i A -T Y - - niiin .535 4-1jPfT5,Q"f , r in f,ff'f', T' gr. fig? l'v51:l3.1-11'n m3E.:s L u 1. .LL .5 , J --,J FTJ' Q2-243 E! nv-1-s Laf-r4.,,1Lr,,3TN.flS'm:lze-1,43 . - -1: U: L. iz. a. dang, ll lj! I l l I 1 I w Ev A V J V.X!I .,. .51 -. J . ,il 1 X V -WV .V . , . .. The 1126711741616 I7Z6'b7'Z2ZlL6.5' Club Motto-"Down with liquor." CDOWI1 Where ?j F lower-TWO Lip Song-"HOW Dry I Aml' Color:-Barleycorn blue and whitish black Sl0gd7L1ccNOttH Nother Nipv Yell-"Hic, Hic, His!" P1'e5ide1zt.' FIRE CAMPBELL 1:1 Iv. ja.: TRUMAN MANN 271,01 11. p.: ALFRED HARRISS 3rd 11. yn.: CLYDE SHAW 4i17. v. p.: FOX WATKINS 5th v. p.: RAY PERRYMAN 61511 v. ja.: HERMAN CORNELIUS Page 285 DAD HOPPER J. B. BROCK EARNEST BARKER POP REEVES JOHNNY CORBIN CHARLES BROWN BILL PERKINS STAFF OFFICERS Sec'y: lVIAYME SUE AWALT T1'c'a5.: Exch. Nat'l Bank Bur. Adm.: J. W. HUNT Prey: Agt.: Any Talon Pledge Marcoi: BRADLEY CAIN 2nd Ditto: KATHRYN DAFFRON Spomor: JIMMIE Mc. BRIDE THE CHAIN CFDJ GANG SKIPPER CRABTREE BOB CONNER JAs. CALHOUN JAY NICCRAY CRAIG THOMPSON GTHAL WILBOURN DAREL HAYES V Y F.AR'S PROGRAM EARNEST CAMEL ROI3'T ELROD GARLAND O,REAR GTIS MCSTAY BULL BISHOP COBBS HAMILTON DOUG LIPSCOMB First Nlonday of Each Week: Stag Party by Prexy Campbell " Tues. " Wed. " Thur. " Fri. " Sat. " Sun. Z! K! If ll KC K! ll N ll U K H K KC ll ll ll ll KK H H ll ll ll ISf Vice-Pres. znd " 3 rd cc 4th cc 5th " 6th " Every other moment will be devoted to the Work Of downing? liquor. 51.98 CLUB BUZZARD BEAK SPORTSMAN, Prey. JEW DOUG DOUGLAS, Sec'y. HZEBREW NIALONE, Treas. SYNAGOGUE HUCHESSON NOBLE COLLINS REX MEGRAIL YANK ATKINS FRANCIS STROUP RED HERRING WILLIE JOLLY L were . I -H f.. -A--.-I . ..,V,.., ,,...,,-,I .'-.,,,,,.- --':w-,,Q.1..u.-.- ,f-,z,,-.::L,, -, ,, -. V, .Y , L...-.' ' ':i..:lfcQ,fq1Vi.-ggi 'TTT T v:"'fT1 -ywggfif ' fjfTf?fi'f'j1-"' fi' 'jhjf-1-:greg 'fl"4"M'1 Jf Mg , .. f 1 A ,--N, 4 -e fe - --ff - - ---A---f--W f - ---if-V-as is F, H ., 2-+.,.f "s4i,,f -'1:v,.- -,.,. if ,, ,ip-K, Y 7 l fi l H - ed SMH , n 771ere3 .365 daze 5 "fi: H H H ff: H H ,H H w We -fed rl' " . -x V , H M Hrfggwwm 'HH H' HH H wwumuwglllw " HQ' . 1 - H"HH H im- H Eg V E W V ' N l 4' H 1 L . YM w in Y is ' F' ' ' -Ln. za, , W UL ,. A handsome young lad from McKinney, Who friends among the fair sex had manyg But from fighting the bees He grew Weak in the -knees And now they are few, if any. Let the black cat ramble and the pussy cat do the best she can! 3 M ' Y 1 V, wr- ,fi X f X J Q It has been rumored among the boys of this college that there will be an economic crisis here this summer as far as the "supply and demandu is concerned. How 'bout it? -we -is 'M -1 ,gf seed l Page 28 6 .. , .-..- . -W -......,.,...,. ,.....i YA-n-- -1.v-..- , I fi ,f--wi 0' FV Tl 'VT I rr .cp .. .- -LQ -y' u 1 '---cf' VY Three-UQ! Tlaylez' ,Elon Hairbreadth Hairy, in Gun Gospil, Chapter One Act I. Time-Any ole time Place-Heroine's home Hero-Hullo, gal. Thot I'd drop aroun' and court ye awhile Shero-Hullo Hairy. Reckon it'll be all right. Hero and Shero embrace and exeunt Cpass outj Act II. Time-The awakening Place-Parlor. Hero-You know, gal, that thar moon-eyed mare 0' mine ll be nigh on to sebem year old COITIC gI'3SS. Slzero-O, clear, I'm so happy. When she's nine Pa'1l buy her and we can git hitched what's that noise? Hero-Some Redskins, I reckon. I'1l haf to kill off a few of ern Hero and Shero embrace and exeunt Cpass out Act III. Time-After the battle Place-Among the Redskins on the battlefield Shero-O, Egbert, you wuz wunderiil! How ye slew em' Bang, Bang, and Forty seven Injuns bit the dust! O, Egbert, kiss me. Hero-Thass nothini. Jus' lissen to this- Hero and Shero embrace and exeunt Cpass out Act IV. Time-Same Pface-Same Situafion-Same as last of flrst three Acts. Page 287 THE END .-,ggflfj ,,.' AQQQ Lg ,Af 'D iff e fe- 'T,T,j'1 W in-nw if We A - ' My--M---F--- ..- " iff. XLJ .Q. Q-' Q X5 '13, QS . ,J ff t A i' 1 si -'anus M x ' 'S . V, 1-'onun ' ' m . , - , , up XR ' , X ' ' N IT L.ooKS LIKE AHARD FIGHT wwf: A SHORT STKLK! Tfzzbzgf Tim' Dzktzhguzkh Om' College r From ufny Utlzer I. Frosh attempting to post letters in penny-gum boxes 2. Van Zandt students playing in the sand piles. 3. A duckless duck pond. 4. Students who honestly make good averages. 5. Groups of boys in a "hucldle" discussing "supply and demand" or other jokes. 6. A smoking room Where it is easy to bum cigarettes, but hard to ind matches. 7. Valuable instructors. CLenient, too.j 8. A few girls who haven't dated John Gilbert or the late Duke of York. Page 288 ,...-..,-,.:a.A. .,.1 '.rf,'5-7.-V-lzfvf f-1.-Q.: g E sr ly in giljwrg Hviky- pnllwfla . Y .. J . , H - ' - i. -' ,1...w.u-4. ,A-.-wif' -. .a-s--Nga...-J, .- ,-ma.. ff. - -F r. ms .- A-Q. -,4-f..,. ,.-Q. AL, - . .., .-. ff' ff: fifwg ve -we T qw .fri jjj' ' 1- .UQ-f .7 , ,,- . img Yi. W ...-i-T. . --i-d-1-:H4n.uLAl4L.-..i::.- - meg , , 11 , 1 W . - . 1 . A , A - -- J A. 'f-als., 1' if ii .-. ' . .gl 1, fm 11 I-. IV1 11-1 V. Lum , ry: lfx l if IL: ,1 I T4 E5 1 I like ill' 11g . ext Tear W e Szzppefe Tim! - - 1 Fronabarger will move his family to Denton. Rules will be OH every night. Refreshments will be served betvveen classes. Dean Clark Will retire. Phys. Ed. majors will receive' literary awards. Chapel will be optional-classes, too. No boys will be in the Beauty Section. Plagiarism will be gone forever. Boys will have a club house. ,ZQ post mortems will be over-nux vomica, too. T. C. will Win football, basket ball, track, and tennis. The campus will be cleared of exponents of S. A. Freshmen will be naturalized citizens. The sun will continue to rise in the eastg at least till a better place is found to rise from- Argyle, for instance. Speakeasies will be placed conveniently on the campus. There will be no freshman day, or freshmen. First term Sophs. Will be exempt from Exams. lVIiss Harriss will go back to Louisiana. Kingsbury will have a museum. Snap courses and teachers will be labeled such on the schedules. We'll have a Humor Section. The above will be true. sv rfg Ll lf-1 lqfl l ill E55 54 .711 i 1 1 1 Il ij Z l .! l .1 .ix i -H ,I Q1 I 1 ff.: l L1 l 1 ...l fr 1 l'1 l 1 , I-1' 1 Illl. i L' I L3 4. 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IINEINF Row FRDF 19040 JOLTS ""m" f 67542 bb oF I-'V' YA U asv .. !. Wy? Beorfczggoa NK .N .- " 4' 3 X 0 X , . ' WATCH YDUR srzp Q .y I l. ,I 5 LADIES FMT , fav ,-4Si-.- ' 'L' -A A J -f 'X 11-45 ig! Asn THE MAN wno owns one 1 DONLI' You THINK THAT IFALL THE Guys cfs WHO WUUI-0 DIE Fon THEIR ow ALMAM ff MATER DID 50 lTWouLD BE A Qoao THING 5,5 Q1 Q2 3 933059 "1 cmd' SAQTHREILIKE youu Muusmcus " ,-- n wsu, no N1 use rr F08 A TUOtH'BRUSH ,THEN - TEH TRIED THISN -2.----'- X Pg 90 5 W , V YQ- , Y , , - . ,f -1 - ""'x 1.--""Y ,,v..., .. , y I X - , J, ..--'I+ J- - , ,, ,.,,f xwf f--s-,f Tfzefe uYnfwer5,We1'e given To az WY-90,0 Teri" In Exim- zzrrzkulmf Courier 103-403 I. Never trust blondes. 2, Donit loan sox to athletes. 3. Never bet on the horses-especially saw-horses with cut-glass eyes. 4. Don't take wooden nickels in exchange for cigar coupons. 5. Half-bricks are detrimental to the health and well-being of street lights. 6. Whole bricks are better if one is man enough to use them properly. 7. Never trust Brunettes. 8. Always makethree dates to any free social function in case- 9. Think well before "borrowing,' milk-and run even better after. CThe same applies to waterrnelonsj Io. On scheduling a new prof. wait around a week or so until you get his number, and then pitch him a curve the rest of the term. 11. Never date room-mates. 12. Stop drinking after seeing the third lavender elephant riding a tricycle. 13. If possible, never drink iron-rust or pure grain alcohol. 14. In case the above is necessary, chase it with metal polish to round off the rough edges. Frosh: "Gosh ain't that guy bow-legged F" Senior: "Don't be vulgar. Now Shakespeare would have been artistic about it." Frosh: Senior parenthesis' Page 291 , cc pn VVhat'd Bill have did?" Like this-'Ah, for sooth, what manner of men are these, Whose limbs prescribe ?..-..n-.....7-Y4.... fY,n V , l 1. ' .. 2 Lwww HI 0 E im, 1' l w Believe It or . 0z'--- An actual telephone conversation overheard at Dyche' drug store. We suspect-Harwel Sheppard, but can,t say who Was at the other end: "Hello, washout. I-Iow're ya P" "You outta know who this is." "AW guess. . .What? Fer Gawd's sake! Woman I'll slay ye fer that." "Yeah it's me." "VVhatcha got on for tonite-socially I meaniv "With who Fl' "Fone 'im and tell, 'im it's all off." "What? Aw tell 'im your favorite grandmother died again this monthf' "Well ya might as well' get cha shirt on 'cause I'm coming outf' What ll We do? Thas funny' Well sit 1n the parlor and twiddle our thumbs Whadja expect to do--swim the English Channel? I m sorry for ya that s all You re loser G by What, call you again? Lissen Dumbness, opportunity knocks but once Naw, I in not sore I m just sorry for ya CAud1ble pause Female voice at Work D A'11te Be by about seven thlrty G by Editor s note Ulysses was lucky All the wax Mr Sheppard has ever had is the Wax on h1s moustachlo Pag 292 .H IQ ' T-I: '..' -t--.' ff ,'i4 Q '75 C G 7 i l 7 ' ' ' I ' - ' n s 7 C 4 7 7 . 7 ' 3 7 E I 7 . D . I 7 7 z c ' ' ' ' i 1 9 . , . I C ' 7 l 7 ' D 7 7 I u 4 . n c c ,' . - - . na C G 7 0 7 7 . , I I I . I . . 8 Y Y - Y - - f- ,,,, Q -- f. i yy -f , 7-.r-.1 .,,.4,-,, -.4- 'sfe,.g.5,g-T: - .,4- ,.,. . 7.-,.,g,,:,, ,..w-:-ph ,- --.1 .,:h,..,.,., ,..-.v- -Y. ,- .-.. ..,. ..f Mx 'IT -Y ,V :, ----f,--H ,Q - jr Z- 2 - -' A "- " X x 1. K .. ,, ,X W ' A.-,ll , X gb 00 2K2:4 X , , I , X Q 'F ' x 'r E ' Q M iO. Go V f x X IRALSE0 MVHAND IN SCHOOL orvs om' J , J THE TEAcHEn SHE smo NO is JH J , J J 1 Bur THE .fofri wns ofv Tfffvfacnm Jul jj Jjf , 11 A J 1 'causs I DIDNT HAVE TOGO .' 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V I I ,V nehqinnil I X f x lllx I f Il 1 f ' kMM 74" , f 1 ,M gCiQpg.1e,'::::::::::nat! W, If " ., gn .fgi,4jT, DEAREST. :Love vould 5 Teams Y . A 9' ZW 5 y's13?:M'YHf 'r M 5 M27 ' . ,, M HE : "gn: Bg'5 :':ZgLWv:IiD:'RFLiHlLiHT5 T085 WEAK ! :DE Page293 , , Z . ,...s Y-,..- -,-1- ,.,V ,--,..Q.. -, '- , - ,., Y SEE FuoTNHTE O-9 H9..x-WW NE ALL Lme Q qoebi-Owe TYME NPPETTE a SWWNE. EEE? if W ' I film' Sefrez' Q!g97ZbZfZ.07Z No, guess again, he isn't fond of puppets. This is merely sarcasm cleverly concealed. VARIOUS WAYS TO ANNOY CHAPERONES AND LANDLADIES I. Bring the uke. 2: Recite some of Sandburg's poetry. 3. Unscrew the porch light, slip a piece of paper in the socket, and screw the light up again. 4. Talk turtle-dove goo goo in stage whispers. 5. Attack cliaperon With piece of lead pipe. 6. Dismantle and rebuild radio or phonograph. 7. Take your date and hide out behind the piano. 8. Gently caress landlady With lire-plug or tire-pump. Page 294 , N TN, X if . ,. ..,,s,- , . it 4 -f uf guy From Ufzzfwzkk ACK in Ye Goode olde England they was an old sot dubbed Earl of Vlfarwick, Rockin'ham, Oxford, and Cambridge. Boy, he was Tamany Hall all by his lonesome. He made all the traffic laws, prohibition amendments, etc., and furthermore he saw that they were enforced. As is usually the case, this hard-looking ole pug had a knock-out of a spring-off. Nlan, she had more curves than a scenic railway. This fluff was all smarted up, too, I tell yu folks, as she has been encouraged by a congregation of Frogs from Tolouse, France. Ole Earl X. 'Warwick had an egg working for him by the handle of Guy Segard, of Wialling- ford, an' points South. This young squirt was combination llunkey and butler for ole Earle. He was holding down two jobs 'cause most everybody in England was over in N. Africa practisin' the gentle butcherin' art on the Turks. None of the Knighties which hung around and boarded on ole Earl even dared look on his daughter, Fleecie, for fear the old man'd jerk off a arm or leg, or maybe get mad! This how- somever, didn't faze Guy nonesomuch. He got a squint at this dame and fell like the price of cotton! He hung around trying to do the Romeo and Juliet on Fleecie, but she turned him down like a church program! She 'lows as how she don't like the poetry he writes, the cigarettes he smokes, or the red flannel BVD's that he-wears. This annoys Guy, so he goes off and tries to die, but he can't get out of the habit of eating, so he doesn't have much success. Fleecie comes to him and says that if he'll buck up, go out and slay a flock of Turks, break a few lions in two, and turn a few dragons wrong-side-out, that she'll be the hflrs. Guy gives the College Yell, goes in the drug store an' drinks a malted milk, gets on the galvanized iron shirt, saddles the old man's plow horse, and fares forth in search of something to bump off. He starts off by going to France, as it's open season on Frogs an' they ain't hard to croak. He took along a couple of drug-store cowboys, namely Heraud and Urray. These two bums was plumbers, so they come in handy helping Guy to get in and out of his armour now and then. Bein' plumbers they naturally trotted off and forgot their pipe wrenches, but that don't matter so much. One day the happy trio jazzed in on a tournament that some old Limburger was giving in Rouen. He was offering for the Prize, three airdale dogs, one slightly used Jersey cow, a cigarette lighter, and his daughter. Guy took the knights in two-by-four. Boy, he smeared 'em like pirniento-cheese! VVhile the janitors was going around trying to fit all the ar1ns and legs on the proper carcusses, Guy accepted every thing but the bologny-whiffer's daughter. He didn't want her 'cause she had halitosis. Besides, he was dippy about this blonde snuH back in 'Warwick Castle. Guy and his convoy traveled all over Europe, killin' off every thing but the vegetation! They made France, Germany, Czecho-Slovakia, Bulgaria, and even went down as far as Rome for the special purpose of giving the Pope the hoss-laugh. This, howsomever, Went over with the Pope about as big as one-piece bathing suits in Iceland. They had done away with about all the menaces of society 'cept hay-fever an' habitual cussedness, so they decides to go back and cash in. When they gets back to England every body turns out to welcome them like they'd rode across the English Channel on a bicycle or stood for a hundred hours on the Jung Hotel in New Orleans. Boy, they got headlines in the papers and somebody wrote a joke about 'em in the Chat. Out of the 14,987 brats born in England that year, 13,789 of 'em were named after Guy. He was a he-row I spoof you nil. He went up to Fleecie all smacked out in his Sunday Nickel-plated, cast-iron panties, and sez: "Fairest of all rural maids, I'm about the best Knight that ever happened after 7:00 PlVIl Wlien they talk about me they use 140 point Gothic type! I've killed I9 Frogs, 27 Hinies, and CCoui-imced on Next Pagel Page 295 l Y ,,,.., f-Em? '19EIiZ'fnef'i:?sW5Eg 1'-if -wtf ew- -H arm- , as awe sr., III 'i ' ' 'III lui I la! I I III 131, . ' I 9 ' I I I eff guy From W arwzck---Con! ai I ,W UI I I I six quarts of Oklahoma boot-leg booze! I have had chances to marry everything from a Russian I I princess named MacDonald to a Mobile nigger wash-woman, and I've turned 'ern all down for you! I I ffl I 1 She sniffled a while, but stopped after she discovered that she'd forgot an' left her handker- I I I l chief in her room. I ! I If l I I fl "That's just the point," says she. "You're too allfired high-powered for me. If I'd marry I l I you, I'd only be known as Mrs. Guy, an' I wanta career of my own!" I i l j ' I That made Guy so sore that he threw two riggers of D. T. an' spit tobacco juice in the favorite I Court dog's left ear, which is a sacrilidge, according to Historians an' other liars. I Ii! "Wadda you think you're gonna do? Be Paul Whiteman or Lydia E. Pinkham?" I I I -I "Neither!" she snapps. "I'm goin' in for art, high, wide, an heavy!" i I 1 "Tr barn aintin' " he scofis. "That's both hi h an' wide!" Y P g Ifg I I I Whereupon she begins blubberin' again, havin' found that window-sashes make A-I hand- j - I kerchiefs in a pinch. He gives his sidewhiskers a turn or so an' rattles outta the Castle, makin' ' I I a noise that sounds like somebod was ourin' brickbats on a tin roof. I. Y P I I ' ' Ole Guy goes out, loads his flivver with mosquito lotion, iills 'er up with ISC gas, an' decides i ! 7 he'll trekk. This time he takes a mutt along with him by the name of Sir Therry, the two plumbers I I! , havin' got bumped off one day when they went out to do battle an' forgot to put their armour on. ' I' Ole Ernis, the Greek candy kitchen king, was just about runnin' things to suit hisself over in I 1 Greece. He had a young'un which was named Loret, an' she's considered a knockout, I ain't I I tellin' you no fable! Well, they was a bunch of Turkish Towels come over an' nearly upset Ernis's I I little skilf. They meant to dissect him like a Biology experiment! Duke Otho, who was their 5 I skipper, had his pasty green lamps on Loret with intentions of makin' her one of the hflrs. Othos. Guy come in an' made high, jack, an' game! He killed off so many Turks that it took a brigade . of surveyors ten days to iind him among the carcusses of the croaked Turks! I ,I il 'I ln n l.I l I I Little things like that tickled Ernis, so he decides to order Guy his daughter as a booby prize. I I I I! Guy declines modestly, sayin' that he never did like Greeks with Roman noses, an' besides, I I I I when Fleecie runs outta silos to paint he's gonna drag corns back to England an' marry the decimal- I I I wit. He, howsomever, suggests that Lcret oughtta get hooked up with Sir Therry, as he's in the ' I lx I market for a rollin' pin heaver. This plan is hit upon, an' ev'ry body goes home satisfied. I . I I I, ' ! tl ' ' ' ' ' ' k home to et 'em washed. I .I :AI I About that time Guy s clothes all get dirty an he decides to go bac g I Q I ,I I-jI When he arrives, he finds that there is a dragon runnin' loose in Northumberland, which is a back I alley in London. This overgrown horned-frog is doin' all manner of unkind things to the cops an' ! I KI A peddlers, so Guy decides to take him down like dictation! He goes out an' iinds the dragon calmly I I I chewin' up some fire plugs. He bores the dragon to death by readin' him some stale gags outta liiII the last edition of the Chat. That bein' all done up in tissue paper, he goes around to see how I I I iffy Fleecie is comin' on with her sign paintin' job. I Iii I I. I Fleecie is right proud to see him an' says she'll take on the job of bein' Nlrs. Guy an' washin' I 'II I his sox as she's made a flop at art. I 'Q iii! l ' If I After loafin' around England a while, Guy's conscience begins to hurt him because he's made 'I I SI I such a sloppy job killin' off so many knights in arms, so he decides to make a pilgrimage to the ' f CCo1zt'inued on Next Pagej II, ill l ! I I I Page 296 I II I I ' ' . 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NVhen he comes back this time he's as greasy and dirty as a Ford mechanic. Nobody knows him 'cause he's grown a beard an' learned to pronounce his H's. At this time a big Scandihoovian from Norway, by the brand of Colebrand is comin' down to England with a army of Swedes to cover England like a second mortgage. This big hunk of cheese says he'll scrap anybody in England, regardless of height, breadth, thickness, or political views. Nobody knows who Guy is but he says: i "Bring that big squarehead on, Iill cover him like a coat of Valsparln It looks like Guy has took on a job that is about six sizes too big for him, 'CZXUSC COlCl9f2l11Cl looks like a combination of Atlas, the Statue of Liberty, an' the Rock of Gibraltar. He comes out on the held all swanked out. He's so big he has to stoop over to see Guy. He's got zoo fire axes, four meat cleavers, and a coup'le of lawn mowers tied around his waist. "Ha, Villun!" bellers our hero, nowise alarmed at Colebrand's beef. "Fee, fi, fo, fum," gargles Colebrandf' I smell the blood of an Englishmunln Colebrand makes a pass at Guy, but Guy's too quick for him, and gets outta the way. Cole- brand gets overbalanced and falls flatter than a plateau! Havin' on a ten-11011 suit of copper duds, he can't get up, so they hauls a lotta dirt and covers him up. Every body does the "Highland Flingi' around his grave and then rushes home to read the Record-Chronicle to see if their name's included in those who attended the Squareheadis funeral. Havin' made the world safe to live and lie in, Guy don't have nothin' to do, so he goes back home to see Fleecie. She has figgered he was dead, an' has organized a Salvation Army, and is givin' away free cakes an' tea to all bums. He falls in line an eats a ham sandwich, an, then goes off and croaks from indigestion. ' Thus the tale ended. ftasfaftafa 234522234242 Q-go a Page 297 --i--f-+aQW- f--- 45- infgf--' -'ff .- iv-I ':- fx, .J--A - . . W x. af a 2.4-A. L:1.,.,..f:i LLL., .-gg,. Y .f tl 5" l A 'H t . .. 1 .sgifgir - QA,-Wg 2 ,V , V., .J 17 LL? If LLM, 1.,,,. Z-. W , I , ,J - -,. Q -, ,vi 1 The Sim' fF0r The Edzforj - id HERE I 1 W T W L 'IW E 1 e Yucm V be A STAFF v f Agent: Say you're not coming back, sonny? Weary Editor: You heard mel I might have been born yesterday, but I'Ve been through a Helluva lot to-day! Page elder HE firms who have bought space in this book have made it possible to present this book to the student body. Stu- dents and faculty, they have thought enough of you to do this, think enough of them to support them. It is not a bad policy to remember your friends. l w Page 299 l 1, , -T' ':ffTh'?fTTif'j7 ,ren " safe- -S Graff- - J-ff--1. ,af Q -- ,. :ea vi r 7...--fvp :rei- R,-n YQLT. .-r?:H.,i-.1Lgf,L1Q Q, yrwffj I 1 +1215 f j- rip F v:' I l 'I yojr N p 45 -- -nnggL4Y,g-,,,,g,g.:,44 - 44:41- ,iw v' -w 'I .QT Y w - --1 L - E ' AX- I' p. ,A yi .,i , , Y, -, -zffrzl -A nay .Baan w,..x,,., ,a,,.,a-' 1-,H ,ff Q. ani-- '-'vAv--f-v-v---v-.fx,Av-.-,:.,-,-,f,,- ,- -, ,-, - - A - A ,-, ,-, - ,- p lwdes 0 the '?czsL, FTEN in the evening familiar figures appear on the screen of memory . . . become vivid as a close-up. Friends . e . far away now . . . cion't lose them . , . theyire precious. Call them by "Long Distance" now and re- vive the old friendship, Immunnllslluus:unlunununlnulllnulnlallinnnlusilnlmuunuuunnnnunnlnnulunnllnnnunlnnnnm YOU CAN TELEPHONE 100 MILES for 70 CENTS f..A-..,,.,-i,.A.i.A-,.A-A,.,.--..,.A-A-A- Tezzcizeriv allege F alky- , AY We use this space in your annual L as a token of our appreciation for your patronage, While assuring you that We hope to improve our service for your comfort? Each year as the YUCCA records the story of YOUR advancements, it is our hope to continue in your service. DENTON BUS LINE ROBERT B. NEAL Owner .,.,.,,.,...a,f1Q,f,,,73,,i-ni is-vw .- if, " , . Page 300 5f59fff4fif' uri? lla. 1:39 1,24 'QEEEEE' 1iflQM:N'Q'Q.Q1f - " -"- N . - . , X H.-w . , ,f ., ,, , V ,b.. 1 -.E,...E,n.., ,.. ,E -Eno . f -- ll,,,.t.Efx ffgfmaxagw l i l , w AMERICAN. CAFE A friend to the College boys and girls, and the place for them to bring mother and father when they Visit Denton. EDWARDS SC GRUBE Enos. MCCRARY FURNITURE AND ELooR COVERING 'E BIG DANDY 218 XVEST OAK STREET PHONE 530 DENTON TEXAS O I-IOME from College this year, and come back this summer or next fall on one of our big, roomy busses, that make connections with all points in Texas and Oklahoma. Time is everything, and riding a bus means getting there the quickest Way. DIXIE Moron CoAC1-1 LINES "He1'e's to the Eagles, ami may we have the jnleasfare of carryivzg tham to victory again and again" Page 301 ,-,gf.:.lfg.f.- -711-4,-AJ-.-Q-A-3-rztfff i 775-,E V- -'f-, Y,- TX :milf , Sf- .1 -N'a..,.i'f .fswnf .':.fEa.lL ,Mtg-. . orth TeXas State Teachers College DENTON, TEXAS Established as a private institution in 1889. Became State College in IQOI. Continued as a Normal School until 1914, a Junior College from 1914 to 1917, at which date it was organized as a four-year college granting the bache- lo1"s degree. Faculty of more than Ioo instructors. College plant evaluated at SI,500,000. An annual enrollment of approximately 4,5oo. A A M amber of ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS COLLEGES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS COLLEGES ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF THE SOUTHERN STATES Fon INFORMATION, ADDRESS P. E. MCDONALD, Registrar Pg 302 -,,, Ln- -6 , "ft: qv---.x 1, -. V' - -X 1 il. 1:32 ' 1 ,Xl fir CC ortor Law y e r Merchant Chief . . H You young men and women who are Hgoing out into the worldv will lind that wher- ever the Texas-Louisiana Power Company operates, there you will find a neigh- bor and a friend -a neighbor and a friend anxious to work shoulder to shoulder with you in any movement that means prog- ress and advancement, and that will make your com- munity healthier, happier, more prosperous. You will find the Texas- Louisiana thoroughly under- stands that the communities it serves must grow before it can grow . . . and you will find the Texas-Louis- iana always planning in ad- vance of the needs of those communities. i TEXAS LOUISIANA -'-P O W E R' COMPANY - Pg 303 X A 4 lggnlili .Q-Y l ..T-xi 1-...,...- ,.., ,.., im ,' - 11 . f wx '--.2 V. ,mum r . To Our Frzmds X Many of Whom are leaving, We Wish for you lives of success and happiness. May your every dream be realized. Our desire has been to please you, and if We have a place, be it ever so small in your memories, then We feel We have merited The right to call this the- Darhers College Simca ALFRED JACKSON E. L. MAGE11S PEARSON MEDDERS HELEN WRIGHT THEO BRADFORD DICK REDFIELD JACK MARQUIS and ROY VOERTMAN l l Page 304 9 E .Q TQ Q B L t , 1 z.yL 4 ,-4. VX ...fn ' f Nj-,g-'.j,e: ' ,Q limi n . ,K zgggrr 5 f ta 'r,:wL2s..vg,:-e, y f' '1 1, :-E:. g,,3QJ.g-,4,-r-Az, 'gg L' N " L ' : . .1 V .17-35' 5 ihrill ihai Gomes Once in a life iim EN you open the first shipping case .... what a happy thrill! .... if your Annual is "Kraft Built." It is a glorious culmination to your months of arduous labor when you find that the final steps in the building of your book have skillfully made your dreams into a beautiful reality. Don't take any chancesg he sure your book will cause a thrill of satisfactiong be sure it is "Kraft Built." KRAFT BUILT 53,251 SCHOOL ANNUALS THE I1 on STEP HENS miss QIEFFERSO XMISSOUIU H ' 'V-nw ,V A ., I . J A ' '-v"v c s 1 1 CEIQTAI N LY SOUTHWESTERN ENGIQAVING COM PANY FORT WORTH DA LLA 5 HO U STON BEAU MO NT WICH ITA FAl.l5 AMAFLI LLO T LJ LS A AT LANTA IV! A C O N if Q 4 ,Y A' 'fi' ,fqfsrffgf Z Tj 'NXT T 'rv T , - y'vf"'-L 'Yi' T 'T if I win - 3 1 Ji ."'f'.-fd' Q. fi. l'.Lgi,.f--ff . . ZA, .-- , Lee Douglass' Service Drug Store SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SQUARE CONVENIENTLY LOCATED llffeet Your Fvievids Here N. T. S. T. C. UPTOWN DRUG STORE P1-TONE 171 I-IOMER S. CURTIS O. M. CURTIS N orth Side South Side Two Modern Drug Stores Patronage of Students and Their Friends Solicited THE REXALL STORES GARRISON'S DRUG STORE I 4'P1'e5c1'ij9Zion Druggiszisn 'WIC Carry Everything a IVIOdel Drug Store Should Carry Shop Here and Be Satisfied Pye Are Agents For ' COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS PHONE 49 P175 Deliver WEs'r SIDE SQUARE 1T's ALL SAID AND DONE- The American people will trade Where they can get the most value for their money with the friendliest service. WT-IEN FACULTY AND STUDENT will lind this store ever ready to co-operate in service standards and Eagle ideals. HANCOCICS EAGLE PHARMACY School Supplies-Fountain Service REX NICGRAIL, Zllcznagm' Page 305 - K .. l -L.l ,, ll, DHD. ..-..,-M.i-.-.-M.,.-,-,.,M-, ..-..,. - Y U, ...L L .,., MMMWD , , T VJ. , K, 0 1 w 1. -- 1 . 1 ,, Lf-Q JM- , -...- ,V 1 , :.Ei:-.,M-Y-Hu-- . -- 4- - .1 -.4,.,i,f . 'BMX f:--zz: f. ,..- ,Ah QV I ,g,..yi..?-.Y-l..-..14L-,,,.-T-TT--. ,in :DA , -I . WU-LX MA..-.,-,Lk K A532 -,KTA f V V Y f i , - vm-ww: W4Amu- Y ., , , .f 11 - - V .. . E,jQ":,Q31.1,-.xiii .j 1 W .yi ,YJ -line-A -N-..,f- ,1--.,,,,J Q.,-,J Lifes A .. g .,i2:sg1L.m,eg:- I 1-inf "7'Tf?n - i'T'f"'fi'r:w.i---G-v-1' Q -fp A-ss - . 1 aw r ' ".- 1 --2-4 A --ws was 'f 1 i -1 H- Ti I so JIQY. L, DYCHES' For COLLEGE SUPPLIES Same Old Corner for Years THE STUDENTS OF TI-IE N. T. S. T. C.- The City of Denton sincerely appreciates your ambitions, it appreciates tl1e choice you have made of a Collegeg and it appreciates the line things you are accomplishing, which in a small way are evidenced by and recorded in your splendid Annual- . A "THE Y UCCAH In token of this appreciation, it is earnestly endeavoring to contribute its utmost to your com- fort and convenience by providing you with the common but most essential necessities of police and fire protection, good and Well-lighted streets and sidewalks, pure water, good lights, and wholesome sanitary conditions. Nlay these services be such that when your life's work shall call you to the various corners of the realm, you may nowhere find them excelled-is the ambition and the earnest wish of the oihcials CITY OF DENTON WATER, LIGHT and SEWER DEPT. of the MAY THE YUCCA AND THE SCHOOL IT REPRESENTS GROW' BETTER YEAR BY YEAR Four N ew Shows ez Week CAMPBELL THEATER INCORPORATED DENTON RANGER EASTLAND Page 306 ..g:g3g1.s,g,egggg -rn C713 r Sill? Af- K.-,-,----H - ----,.---4---, ,. ,1 ,,.., . .-i.. - ,AWN , --5. , T-T r- ,-i- -f-, - G--.12 ------f'-1'--1 1 ,till-,5-g , '- W! ,l Y,-' 1 gl ,,f3,g, rn fhl ll' 'll 1 A -----T, Y - -V-,-,-...,W . M-, Q ff ,L ,-,J .47 M, 5- L, :' --2177--' '-iq: F,J -4. .14 ...Q K, ANY students have found this big, roomy store a desirable place to trade. Standard merchan- dise, reasonable ,pricesg courteous treatment: and efficient service, linked with a desire to please, have built Denton's Leading Depart- ment Store. VVe cater to "Correct Apparel" for the College young men and women. For Men Nettleton and Arch - Preserver Shoes, Society Brand and Kirsch- baum Suits, Knox and Stetson Hats, Sure-Fit and Knox Caps. For Women J. 81 K. Shoes, Allen "A" Hosiery, Knox and Gage Hats, Standard Lines of lVomen's Ready-to-VVear, Nlillinery, Piece Goods and Novel- ties. I-I. M. RUSSELL and SONS CO. "The Stzzdenzfs' Place" Page 307 ...,.,.Q.-.......,...-.,s,.,4 ....., .K .l,....- ,C -- I I -,, , v iw, 1 l,,, '-.,L,,-'T -' ' ,Aj-,ff f-'--- ---- ----H l- J-- .--..'.ff' an- +.agA,-" ' I-b. ,.., WS. WY-. I, .I -.A- .,, ., , - .4,, WX VR ,A Tv, WN W Lvl., ,,.,.,., ,,-. L,--,,,, L ,.,,,. I ,.,,,,,L,LHY,, I -II , . , - ., I V-h-H-----h- . ff- ,.,.I.f.- .I I I ,. N , it-il I ! The I WILLIAMS STORE I , , I FOR NEARLY FIFTY YEARS Exponent: Of I FASI-IIONABLE CONSERVATISIVI I IN APPAREL I I 7 I W amen I W ear Men'y Wear I U M ai! Orciers Ivwiteci I I I 1 I We Make cz Specialty of I GYMNASIUM AND HOIVIE ECONOMICS SUPPLIES I We Carry cz Full Line of f I-IUMMING BIRD HOSIERY l HR I I 4 I I W. H. MORRISON 1 I l 34 It 1 I IZIS WEST HICKORY STREET ACROSS FROM CAMPUS I,-,Y ,NAB L, , .-,,,YI,.I- S.,-, A -if iff W- -iQd- ,-I,---XI ,IH ' -. Ffh , -I., Vx Pg sos ,Iv I 11. I 'I II' Q , LLL-.. IA,Ag..,,-.,,.,...,.. LI-- ,... Iii, 53 -fi--ff1If7j77f1-1 1 gif --5 Q QLLVIQI ,L '5.SI.ff E:-.-T,.CI-I 11 TT' " I , " . . , .- I .,... ..., gms, V1 ,T L.. ..1.- -RJ I I .ML-I -me .I -,,.--1,1-,..L,-.ih,.g.,M..,fm..I-,I LI- -- ----H - R--' f 'Rf-f-' ,f--- ,.... Q,---. -. . Mr, ..,,, .A-..1.-.g A , ,XT T, , , T- R -X Q . ,ML , , , , ,,,,, , YL Lice, .,,. .1 ,U , ,X X I! I . .- , I . . .. N 7-H A! YN' ALWAYS IOOZ FOR THE EAGLES I I 1 I ,, I I I ,ez-49111 -WW.. f I I II 4i5W:l :Zf QFfF'- A wx- I I vas- 'Q- f yj r ibs Wff fffif ss O " EW" A I.-fa: ' MW aw 'A -1 . 5 xQF5X?" 47 JA ss wr. ,,-4 AJ W, 5 X. X xm Xx ff . f.. R XR? f PM N ff 'K Wx N ff I Zg24ff4,.13Q-fwvd W pb - f Q11 Xl MW N Mia-52122194911 Wh' "' p ASW W!! ,,7,q i!ig'w?Q?ax 1 yy' iflF ,V - aw' ,..-I IW mfg! Q mx , fr'-W , , lfff MG . . ' 4' MQW? Wfflfjnj, QFXQSIS- - ,wwf fi' f f' mwL7fw4..4ae,Avixi Q W' AQ ,M ,071-f L ffwfhgi N RX f ,V M mf I A f f I I f A ' ff J f -wtf?-f' I ' ' I-My I Q IQ' ---I :VI I' 5' ,?q0Q3Vsl' fI.,, I-I I I ,I ' - -X f III I 'f,. :If .IIA 4' 443435955-.1153 , , 1. ws., j,.,ga,.r,r-.:g:g.gf!gI,gy, , X ,,:wQ.2211'ff' 'ffffkzizml - I , Ng.: -7, -5 2 F811 -f !,j? Q Q 'fi-Q , QWRCS 2 - E'l,-ff" f Ifl i- Q-AE " Pfiiif S 3' 4'- T - - -7: " . .g.... I N E 3 - Y , If 'Bac A - A - j Ni, N-1 4 l' f I 5. , K 7 ,.-.- W - ,in 33 X' "CORRECT ARPARELH FOR ALL OCCASIONS J. W. GRAY CGMPANY The SZAOT6' of Certain Satirfactiovz NORTI'I SIDE SQUARE PHONE 346 DENTON, TEXAS oafdenae "Millions Of Customers and All Of Them Friends," isnhc merely a slogan in Our Stores. It is the result Of 27 years Of giving helpful, conscientious Service. We shall strive tO be increasingly worthy Of yOur confidence. Page 309 ag. -I .M K- .- ..-.,.-Y 'A-Q I I I ' I f I. 551 Sir , Ifilif lil IWI sv ,Ifil :' I 132. Is-I 1:1 IF-1' 'CE EI ., , I If? Iii? ,I ' ., I Ixtf -Qtl I I Igi I,-if? F I 1311 It ui I 1 II, 1 'I , 'H I V1 iv I1 ii. I 'I er--I ,mv u 1, 1 -11 I -gi I'I-"II ffl' Ez.. L., 1-'- :viii I: are EZ' I lil Si Ian EI 4 lt: ,. ,A ,,.n.,f.,A:.A-,, ...i -,,--.-. AZ.. ,ff ,AA -A ,LEA +-,n,.,,,,,,a,- YL.,,,f,AiA,: ,, ,,,-a,,: I ,.. 'iffii' "f",-fi-ffF"""'T' 'f"""f"' I I '- -Q if.-1f:T:-.fs.1- f.-Q 'I -' '-v.-1-'-fI'1?Iv ---1-1--I M: WLAN-L..-'im A, ,.: L-.,,,'1 - X-.f-, f-f- ' ,-f-f ,fl fQ.e,f:f" C. , ' ,gg Jn -,-L-:tra if-l.v1e'fL-I:,.g"Ir,I::'. -.P I L r MORE THAN A STORE-A TEXAS INSTITUTIGN SANGER BRO. DALLAS WACO FT. WORTH WICITITA FALLS F01'zua1'ci Wfizih Texas Since 1858 ERNST 81 ERNST OFFICES IN FIFTY PRINCIPAL CITIES Cbllege Barber Shop FIIANNIGAN AND CYIQEAR Our friends are made and held by GOQD SERVICE 56q,s..-..s.pq lV00ezf0m"5 BEQZIUX Shop IN THE REAR Our Marcels Last Longel'-Gul' Permanents Look Natural Oldest Beauty Shop in Denton HOLD FRIENDS ARE BEST77 - -A Sf- '-A '-- YS1A., .A -. ,f:.f,...,,,Tw-f ,-.,.Y,...A.7?,-ffff., -:m - .m ,wg , T, ,L Mn, LZ- a ,X , L . , .- , , " I I :I .4 I ,f -, 'I ,H A N., ,,.,,,, ,,u,.,,,, ,T v ..,.Y,,. ,FL ,D v ,Lf . l .,, M yj'z,-l.L'4, , A A I ' I 1 - J, I I A THE EYES OF THE DENTON TEACHER- ll. . Turn to This Store for Correct Styles, ll- Dependable Quality, and Reasonable Prices in YOUNG MEN'S AND WONIEN'S READY- TO-VVEAR, CLOTHING, FOOTVVEAR, FURNISHINGS -1.1 The BOSTON STORE il-'T Sells F 01' Less DEN TON A FRIEND TO EDUCATION Record - - - Chronicle and Qlllevnber Axfoeiated and United Prefsj PROGRESS .li Daily and Semi-IVeekly DENTON, TEXAS 1 PICTURE FRAMING V. W. SHEPARD Fuvzerezl Director .4mbuZa1zee Service PHONE 23 DAY PHONE 14.8 -NIGHT PHONE 48 A FAIR SAMPLE OF FOSTER QUALITY SHRUBBERY A Is DEMONSTRATED ON THE TEACHERS COLLEGE CAMPUS THE FOSTER NURSERIES DENTON, TEXAS Pg 311 -MY,-Mtg gn, ,,,,.,., ,L . , S, I. A-X .,..-f . L .A-N ....,....Y.,i- L... W, jiamz., .1 3... ELLA. Mg .4 I Ita 1 pi . ' nPELLl,. ,ijaf LETS' Gf,.f, 5 I w THE MOST VALUED SERVANT OF TODAY N AT U R L G Better homes mean happier homes and that means comfort, economy, health, prosperity, and conveni- ences. With natural gas, you are assured the entire lot. MUNICIP L OOMPAN Partner With the Publzc DENTON TEXAS Pg 312 1 1929 K MQ QW' I lj ' ,-,Q .,.i. EE-, .,f., V-- 4-'M FIR T 'T TIIBA. of DENTON Courieyy - Safely - Serfvzke uxnsnsn OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS VV. E. SMOOT .......... Pvwicient O. IW. CURTIS ......... Vice-P1'ef1fde11,t DR. NI. L. NIARTIN . . Vf66-P7'8Iid67Zi VV. C. ORR . . . . Caflzifr R. XV. BASS . . . . Axfiftavzt Caxhier INO. VV. CRAIN . . . . . . Afsiftavzt Cafhier CHAS. H. SMOOT W. N. MASTERS J. M. EVANS RAY BISHOP TI-IE BANK FOR EVERYBODY AVElT7WHTY1ICE PEOPLES ICE COMPANY PHONE 130 Page 313 A E+ -all , "eT'TUifq'Tw -fry: fxrrfrnkrrr j X ,l I , f,i , . .YW ,,,., .,n-....i-.. Q-su V -,fha-.-,,, . ,E . , ,I 1 ,n W ,, ,f "In Youth if i Serv: oo " Here youth will be served in the same conscientious way we serve yOuth's elders. Nlake this store your storeg meet your chums at its friendly door. And corne to us for the things you like to Wear-smart, youthful ,Y " I I lt E? and PREFERABLY things popular among "younger , ' set." Everything for theHBride- to-be, and the Girl Graduate. CHOCOLATES For Eng 55,354 AMERICAN QUEENS The Store Every Woman Know Sold By Leading Dealers HOUSTON, FIFTH AND NIAIN STREETS In Edd, Locality FORT XVORTH, TEXAS A GOOD HARDWARE STORE for COLLEGE FOLKS Ever since the College was founded, Evers' Hardware Store has enjoyed the liberal patronage of both students and faculty. XVe try to carry what you want in Nationally-advertised Goods, at reasonable prices. Always glad to show you what we have in SPORTING GOODS AND CUTLERY and other hardware you may need. EVERS HARDWARE CO. PHONE 200 45 Years in Denton SOUTH SIDE SQUARE 55 ' ' To those who wish the highest quality Say , 7 ZZ'-IZ Groceries and Tender, Juicy Nleats Flowers at Nloderate Prices Q CALL 25 OR 925 REUBEN TURNER BOYD, The Florist Q Z. G Q ua ity rocery PHONL 573 cmd iMo1'ket Page 314 , , ,W C., . ig ,fr 3 WY .-2,-W -- .N-TV.-Q,-aft., , -,-5 V, F --Lx in Y-rf Z, I . T. -,HEX .N Tif Tf,6E ,xffssza V Q , I , V - r 4 YY YYYY,., EE fied f T If 1. " T YOUR OWN FILLING STATION MASSEY 81 HOPPER JUST OFF THE CAMPUS GAS ACCESSORIES AND UNITED STATES TIRES AND TUBES PHONE 16 Your Trade Resjbecgfifzlly .4pp1'ecz'azferZ The , SHAW STUDIO . -f " 'f " w?p':'-4'f-.: ' Pfzotognzphs, P01'2f1'azt5 'I-V and Kodales Wig, 2 Q-'LJ , Ml 0 ui Q 11' 'IMI' Ia ' ,, I' " N41 3 IIQM WEST COURT SQUARE V -i"IIIliWx,vg'i:4' I DENTON, TEXAS Q -- 0 W' 7 X , 'QT' vfftitiplw 'TTT , CII W 'ri-,QV ' II! 'QNX I I-IEADLEE TIRE 'II III" IX XXX m,,fL!l 1u,'llluXqml C 0 a . ml 'ml Nr "WE Know Tires" 1" '+A " ROAD SERVICE PI-IONE 610 GBTR ' VVS made many of the Flashlight Pictures in this book Plzologmph Alaking ix mi dr! zo-ilk uf CARRUTH STUDIO MCDOWELL- - -JACOBSEN CO HARDWARE, IIVIPLEIVIENTS, SEEDS SPORTING GOODS, QUEENSWARE A and GIFT GOODS PHONE 724 NORTH SIDE SQUARE age 3 15 f'IT"'IfT'I" " if 1 L' I ,f ?TTTff"T'I1Q , , ,. ,E , .van :: JALV4, 1- in ,- , , , A XYELY7 -Y 'VY - - Q,-,-f .- sg- '-A 7- Y -W TKT-.- , I F.-2-.-...vI.i,-..!, ..E,,.. A, .TLT TMA K i -V . ,, t , - ,K . -T.1,,,... .,. f f--r ., H . I ,1 ,Y I It -LLL' AJ- T..-...Y V ll 2 J f.i21ii5LgTE'3E2T,gi: l,,,f LJ. , I PICTURES and MOULDINGS SWING FRAMES for PHOTOGRAPHS SNAPSHOT KEEPSAKE FRAMES 50c TO 51.50 Q COLLINS ART COMPANY FORT WORTH TEXAS E553 THE MODES OF THE MOMENT CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND at Monntg 'S A Beatttzfut Department Store FORT VVORTH, TEXAS Duke Sz Ayers INCORPORATED 5c TO 51.00 MERCI'IANDISE A Complete Lina Of NOTIONS, TOILET GOODS, CANDIES, STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, LACE, ETC. Q It's the little things that count and this is the place to find them LAWRENCE JONES, Manager PERRY BROS INCORPORATED A Store F 01' the Stttcients 30 STORES IN TEXAS 9 We carry a complete line N09ti0ns, Toilet G00cls, Kitchen Ware, School Supplies, Hose and many 0ther things that you will need, at a saving. Let Us Serve You EAST SIDE SQUARE ...AIX ,,,,,,,,f..,.,,, 1' 'T' """'T"""-"'"ET' fi, ,,fqq'f'E ,PAM WW- A, ,A fra.. -, ff 1 , . fi .-., ,wmv-ff 3' '-f. .f ,Q KIT --:W-'-gf fT"tf-'?T1?'?'T1??fTT'1'9" Jiri-?QYl1.' : ' I I 4- 'Q K7 J fi-'1 K1 M LJ :.:1i.J Fw- fi Y- --f-,--- - -V - V . -.Y.. -Y , ,.. -3. -,, -,-.l. D.. ,T -N ,.-- , , -..i.--,,.,v,. .LL-.LT . -J ,, . - .lf ' ' ,".w , ' . " "' " ' V ,fn w'.-' , ' I ' ' V n Y' ' T HI' 3 .l L, I S. I. SELF MOTOR COMPANY - JbrliconomicalTransportdfivfl ffCHE I 1 Sales and Service USED CARS VVITH AN "O IQ' THAT COUNTS 215 WEs'r HICKORY STREET DENTON, TEXAS J. RIEGER DRY GOODS CO. Hello!-From thf P17 hole F0155 C07'lZpZ1:7'l'LE'l'LZ5 A of cz DALLAS FRIEND YARBROUGH FURNITURE COMPANY SAVINGS ON EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME The EMPORIUM Offers the girls of the school the newest of all lines in Dresses for all the seasons. We also carry hats that will meet with your approval. Girls, We ask you to come to see us. You have made it possible for us to stay here - let us make it possible to save you money. NORTI-IEAST CORNER SQUARE Compliments Of cz DALLAS FRIEND Pg 317 'iiiiii'1gi2gTT"i'i if 'll 'll QYFVVQQ Riff, je iigiifjiiiif .. I A A ' '- . . .-,.ux. ,::L,.f -gggjf' gr ' . . , - ' H ,Ni krif,-. ..., TE, ?1 rn- if-W 5.,,:9...E:..5P:: 5T,,,A:,S,,,.n 53, ,I 9.5.55 ,K 'Tm 1 any 1 F' 4 4 n M YTY - H HT Y 6, I A V I I I I I-lb-LL-Q1-A-P-'HAS-A--A-:MLWHL--l '24 riff W "f:f,5Ix , Ip I .PHI V QQQTLLLEEJQLYZEQ, I 1' A-SS 1' fA5A-S.fgAf- AAAIAAAAIY. I :aw .j.g?E. 21IiA.J MEL, '-115, IL 3, A L. U J, L , 4 AI I W I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Qlllass iBins ants Rings I inhdadnns I I Qffrffzur U1 Hverfy Co. I I 3 nz tn nz I e if 5 DALLAS, TEXAS I JI QQ NRA H I 1 I .ii BRIDGE PRIZES v GIFTS A lx OPTICAL DEPARTMENT v STATIONERY I WATCH REPAIRING v JEWELRY REPAIRED I I DIAMONDS AND WATCHES fx I I , I i I Pagans .L M IN -ii ,, WY ,.., .. 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HICKORX I 'W. SMITH, Prefiflmt and .Manager D E N T O N KING GROCER COMPANY W. S. GROCERS Di,rz1'ibuIor.r of Aunt Jemima Flour, and Cream Meal, Del NIOnte Canned Fruits dV t bl d l N ' - an cgc a cs an OtIer atlon ally-known Food Products. DENTON-IVICKINNEY Wholexale Only DR. M. L. MARTIN EYE, EAR, NOSE amz THROAT On my record Of seI'vice to my friends and patrons I solicit your patronage I. P. MAGEE I vuuravzre and Farm Loam' PHONE 611 VAN NOY JEWELRY CO. JEWELRY REPAIR XVORK WVe Appreciate Your Patronage NORTIIEAST CORNER SQUARE EAGLE CAFE Service timely and cheerfully rendered. A few seconds from any building on the Campus PI-IONE 22 RALEY BUILDING OPEN 6:30 A' NI' T0 8 P' NI' DRS.. ROWELL and ROWELL DR. C, L, OLIVER DENTISTS DENTIST- PIIONE 341 MCCLURRAN BUILDING iY.Rgy Over I-I. H. Russell and Sons PHONE 208 SMOOT-CURTIS BUILDING WHEN IN DALLAS OR FT. WORTH, BUY TEXAS' BEST VALUES IN GUARANTEED CLOTHING FOR MEN "Walk the Short Flight to Economy" VICTORY WILSON, Inc. VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW I'IOME, 2D FLOOR, NIARVIN BUILDING MAIN AND AKARD DALLAS, TEXAS If-fir-W-W A gif :gm-Q K-Gig -tr.: A-M,N,x Au, .ELA ,Q ,:,,7,-,,.M, -- Es.-Ji-----'ev-:-rr-:-, . . fl' 4- ... ,E B. .e.E..,..,,1,,:..,.,Y,.... W QM, ,k .x I ,, , A Page 320 A-.fl--I,..--.-4.+ff1- A -rm-fffmf-'S A"' I 'X'e-llfpi EEZ-'tif I i l"""'I-'JWQEA' - - ,J .. . . L BMJ' ."-x.,.-Y 0-57.- fI..?l-, R 1 f'tf:1'voffm-iffrwf ff: '-1f'vfvff'i fi -1 if T film Z ay A Z w X J ' s ,,, . Q "bij-1-fi Neil, ' LH.. xy' -A -7-xii- .1 . 5.617 1 ,aj J,-V - n. - -lif ""' :II ,AR ., fu If if, A .- I kin, K' ff., if ' f .f :tl I ry . i. I 5 Q if " fr l q Hvfiqg N' D, Ax ,, ,M .ji .1-N , . , 1 H a 5 ' li li '4 ll f, 1'f 7' A .. 1' l - V 1 ly nx, f ii. ,gl gl ,, 1 f if ., t 4 ! -,. T Q5 ,KA A 1 -. ,-3 ,' 0 Gr ' H 25 -I 5 ' .L I I' 4, 3 Y Q M M 1- e, xr - f' 4, -.,u-Q 4 A A A k - mn ho oun n and wo wish to conquer the world ml TEXAS NEEDS YOU, wants you! ism, economics, science, business, VV 72161 priceless birthright of every Texas h. ' Her resources await the magic touch industry, agriculture -Texas presents your Stay in Texas and Texas will stay of your youth, vision, courage and an array of potential avenues for your with you. Ifarouuggilless energy to bring them to 6111 broadest devciulopn-Sanz b . For the Past seventeen years therrcxas In team? or a t at Xou Img to Power 8: Light Company has served a Look the whole world over and you your tasks in Texas, she will repay you I b fT .t. 2 d will find nowhere a more thrilling, in fullest measure. Wedth, happiness, afge num CF 0 elms C1 les .n . towns more romantic, more substantial com- men and women associates of world with electric service' We lnumlftgly binarion of oppor- significance--all that youth could understand fhc boundless oppommmes tuniries rhanTexas A askin ics wildesrllights of ambitious which TCXHS 11115 for young men and has to offer you. dreaming, Texas supplies with Wmnen with College background- We Whatever training lavish hand.Opporrunities on every WSC YO'-1 YO Stay ill Texas and W01'k, 25 you have taken hand for making a name for your- WC have W01'kCd, f0f the development -en gineering, self, carving that idealized niche ofthe mightiest empire in all America finance, journal- in the hall of fame which is the -Texas. Provufing for the Texas of Today-n Plannlng for the Texas of Tomorrow Page 321 - iigigfgo he e- o- seep f'i'1'W WYE' fiifio , og iQg.Tmm"'iiT":i'Z AF ,44L.aL.2S"-s-"'if-filfi-fig! -f' -,L -4-:.fvj QQffL,Qj,Q'f" .T"gTQylZ7,g:-.gf Z1 ' ' - , - L .' 1, G, H ,. Y ....-.,.,....s....-.v . Tf'fTFfiL,T'iT'T'T"'T'fZ'-1 'divkei TTT 1 T .ci 1 yqqf Ti-335 I -B ALT L - QWLQ- ini' lik U1 ,g,C"wL ' "wk Friefzds May Come Am! Go . . . But Our Friendship to the College and The Eagles is Permanent I5 COLLEGE TAI LO R S QT? DENTON STEAM LAUNDRY FOR HMASTER7' DRY CLEANING AND FINE LAUNDERING 8-PHONE-Soo PHONE 24 PHONE 24 CARL SKILES Proprietor TI-IE TEST IS IN THE TASTE W, L, Y ARBROUGH A Th'slas beenou sl g nth I t the yizari and We ariie PCI'O?.ld Ofnslieg liiigh I grades We have made on our Ice and Cream tests. Our Butter, Cottage Cheese, Sweet Milk, and Bulgarian ' Buttermilk will also stand the test of the most discriminating taste. O S A NORTH SIDE SQUARE INCORPORATED COWZE and SEE Us RAY I-IUNDLEY ONE of the Eagles now selling WEST COAST LIFE INSURANCE SMITH HAMILTON MOTOR COMPANY We specialize in wash- PHONE 32 mg and greasmg cars FIRESTONE TIRES AND TUBES BUICK CARS, PAnTs AND SERVICE uduilzorized Sale: and Service" H COMPANY TREW BROS. MOTOR CO. H8 S. LOCUST PHONE 268 zz! N. LOCUST DENTON Pg 322 l ----1 f-A me--' il 5 E'l""'N if-'ig I gig 's't'i'gi":Qi'fitJ .mf 'Tiff' -F'--f"'1--- ---f----R' , ..- w. .. f -. ... ,..X ,- -x, P-ff -e..----,- ,- V, . -...i,,x . g-f---f-U N-x, 1,1 ,- -.f,- V- J UL -' f -.-f-, ,- iiiiiii iii H 3 Q H Q 3 3 3 3 Q 3 Q Q Q 3 3 3 3 Q Q 3 3 Q 3 3 Q QWQQQQQQWQQ if QQ Q Watkins Studio fefier Tlzofogm 17125 E dh Q H H H 3 jg IE THANK You for the gi many favors this year, ig and here are our best Wishes 3 E for you wherever you go. gg' :Eg I1 The pictures in this book gg: were made by us. We can E make extra pictures from them 3 Rig any time and can take care QQ, ig of orders by mail :: :: :: gg, kiiiiiii QQQQQWQQ E H E 3 is diff. and Jiffy. fame! 3+ E DENTON, TEXAS 3 H Q use ef E - Q Q H, - WQQ? W Legg: I AL.: ,f .-.gg I . -" "-2-."'l 'l "'f-'N I' H75 'DTT' fi1'i1'ff1-iff,1-rierr-vefv?'ff-+"4--'-1'Tef'- A A-We ,Q -,W ,AI TAI - ,ie.SL.SLe,AE..A,.L-.,-1L..,.L,.. '-T--eL-f------H-HzGQ--- - Iv few- .,-:S. '-'Age' --Jgf .L ,Ll,,13- ,,,, ,,-M,,, mv , , College Studerets, too, Come in and Get ACqugz'nted BRICKEY an EDWARDS 1e'1 Brown-bilzf Shoe Store MALONE GROCERY The place where the students and the light housekeepers and the land- . laches get their money's Worth. Phone us your order. Instant delivery. PHONE 606 JUST OFF THE CAMPUS i 'Y III u II I W I . I May We Serfoe You Wzth Your Hardware Needs emo? Kfzrzdred Lmes? N' W9 cw For noel' 50 yearf we lmve been I .fL'T'Zli'llg thi! general public ifzeir - . . me ' " . 2 Z1f3m2Zf,lf,'fZ'lf15uC,IffZ1fZ'Zf :vig due ee popular pricex. We will ,gg be delzghtefi to have you call on gif u.I' and .fee our many 1mlz'o1uI1Zy- knozgn Zjnefdof me1'eIIa1zd1'5e that E are 'iyp aye . DALLAS, TEXAS ll ll lll lllllllK I .,.,.,.. I l..,,,,.. ,.,.,,...,,.,,,......,....,,.,..,.,..,.,. ,.,..,.,,.,.,,,,.,..... 1 I ....,,....,,...,,...,,,....,,,. . ..,,,. , TAYLOR,S SNOW-WHITE LAUNDRY 'THE LAUNDRY Fon THE COLLEGE STUDIES Reasonable Prices PHONE S77-J SERVICE GROCERY CO. FRESH VEGETABLES-ALWAY S COLD DRINKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES PHONE 442 CLIFFORD BALTHROP, Propriezor KNOXVLEDGE IS POWVER- TPIRIFT NIAKES FOR VVEALTH Power emd IVLYZIIIII-fl Forvrzidable C07lLb1'7l!1l'1:O'H f Our Low Prices on Quality Nlerchandise appeal to thousands of thrifty people who shop here consistently every day. LEONARD BROS. DEPT. STORE, XIVEST OF COURTHQUSE FORT WORTH, TEXAS v W ...7 ,,,7i,4:-'L, :Keir-:E-1----J ,512-53 .Zj?""'f,x T:-"T-i Page 324 65,1-:xt -- - 7 , vA.i5. E. . ,- :gr Y ,,":,qy:, -, , - 1 -.-v , , A- ,S -I -All . Il,. f-I-Il A --. .,..-,e I,,...S.:..-..?... f- . -ff? ILS. :elif ,lips if ff ,EJ " Q-- ..S..L..f::,,JT2-3,-..Q.:.:13. 'fmiew - ' - f -'-.-'v.f:7-1:4--f f""i'f1'14'.'f' rv: - - rf-'-'ff -ff' h f ,MWTW T. ..- ,,. ,, ,X-N., 5--.1 ,- A . ,XXI El ,- xH'1 ' .LXX L ,Pg --L Qffufogmpfzy Page 325' A . V , V .-.,...,,,J,,-,lx....,.,.-R V ,Q Y., ,,.,4- n - -W-J-N ,iw -, .-Q, ., ,. Xb- v, , ,-, Q.-nr.-, , , . . , . , , '-Y v ' 1 4 - - 1 rw - lf-,J' ,if- -, -NAM? .NV ...J W.-as ,, Y-q,,,,f Emma.: , ufwogmpfzy qfwwgmjm C . L 1 I xfxl H' 1 ,L , , -.1,,- ..1. ., I ..1!,,.. K., :T-Ci F ,v,, T. V-V-1. .. -E.. -V I-.ff '-r--1..,T..,1l,. - 1. .L --Ll, 'lM,fe1. NLE... L -.-.R-,. .L -2 E-.- Tl'lE HOME OF PURITY ICE CREAIVI AND ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS PHONE 292 DENTON DAIRY PRODUCTS GO. 220-222 WEST OAK STREET KEEL 8: BOURLAND General I mumnce and Boudf PHONE 423 DENTON, TIEXAS NORTHERN TEXAS TELEPHONE COMPANY Reliabilizfy-Service Cozwtefy PIGGLNXJZQGGL Y WE SELL GROCERIES FOR LESS 221 WEST HTCKORY STREET DENTON DRY GOODS CO. VVhere thcre's everything for the boy Or girl Quality 1We1'clmud1f:e With Courleou: Treazment RED BALL BONDED TRANSFER TIIUNK HANDLING A SPECIALTY Short and Long-Distance Moving PHONE 90 NI. H. JANUARY, Owner GLEM LUMBER COMPANY F 01' 34 Year: BUILDING MATERIALS FOR HOME-BUILDERS Foxworth- Galbraith Lumber GO. Quality-Swwice . . . W. VV. KING Przce l7V1.zfh Qualzzfy .Managlw IIS S. ASH STREET PHONE 170 417 N. ELM STREET PHONE 57 TALIAFERRO asc Woodmm SON A complete line of Spaulding Sporting Goods , Anything that the college stude needs in the Hardware Line NORTH SIDE SQUARE PHONE 125 T R U C K L I N E S B 01zded-fvzsumcl TELEPIIONES DALLAS 2-17OO DENTON 45 FT. VVORT11 6-1092 GAINESVILLE IO3 M owing cz S pecialzfy P 327 'N 'T -.,--ig --,L-.1jQ.fT ,L .Q 'f""i 'TTI .,f'lCfZI1 KID lfg,.Q.,QL ,1iT11Zf.'f1ffL1gL.gL QL! L, -LL ' ,LL,,L.L2E1,'gLLLL, l 2. .LLL13-,L-Lg..1gLLf5.Zii:gg.'1 Q1 .1.-..l. . gr .-LQ :-.-.L-. -.,1 - 1.,-.mexi QD 3.3-.JL 3. ' 9 ufdverizferf Index Page American Cafe .... 301 Boston Store, Dry Goods . . . 311 Boyd the Florist ..... 314 Brickey and Edwards, Brownbilt Shoes . 324 Brooks Dairy ..... 322 Campbell Theaters . . . 306 Carruth Studio . . . 315 City of Denton . . . 306 Clem Lumber Company . 327 College Barbers . . . 3 IO College Tailors . . . 322 Collins Art, Fort Worth, Texas 316 Curtis Drug Store . . 305 Denton Bus Line .... 300 Denton Dairy Products Company . 327 Denton Dry Goods Company . 327 Denton Record-Chronicle . . 311 Dixie Motor Coach Line. . . 301 Douglas, Lee, Service Drug Store . 305 Duke and Ayers .... 316 Dyches' Drug Store . . . 306 Eagle Cafe ..... 320 Eagle Pharmacy, Hanc0ck's . 305 Edwards 8: lVIcCrary, Furniture . 301 Emporium, Ladies? Ready-to-Wear . 317 Ernst and Ernst, Auditors . . 310 Evers Hardware ...... 314 Everts, Arthur A., Jeweler, Dallas, Texas 318 Fair Store, Fort Worth, Texas . . 314 First State Bank .... 313 Foster Nurseries ..... 3 II F oxworth-Galbraith Lumber Company . 327 Garrison Drug Store .... 305 Gray, J. W. Co., Dry Goods Store . 309 Grube Brothers Bakery . . . 310 Hardin, H. H. Lumber Company . . 311 Harris, Woodson A., Grocery Store . . 320 Huey 8c Phillips, Hardware, Dallas, Texas . 324 Hugh-Perry Book Company .... 320 Hundley, Ray, West Coast Life Insurance . 322 Keel 8C Bourland, General Insurance . . 327 King Candy Company, Fort Worth, Texas . 314 King Grocer Company, Wholesale ..... 320 Leonard Bros. General Merchandise, Fort Worth, Texas . . 324. Page 328 TE-' -f-'- . it 11 .Q hlqif m. Q ,Q Q '17 ' T-f"""'70'A'f'T'5'7iT'T1?Tf'fZT"! 125.170 "fT'N7'1"t'i' T mfr: .- ,Vim 1, , .,., ,.,-.L,.. tem: , , 1- . ., .. , f lg 1 ll i L21 l it il l l ' 7 1 Q ufdverizfery I mlex j Nlagee, P. Insurance and Farm Loans . Al lVIalone Grocery Store . '. . . . ' l lVIartin, Dr. NI. L., Eye, Ear and Nose. . . 1 l lxtassey and Hopper, Filling station, U. s. Tires . I lVIonnig's, Dry Goods, Fort Worth, Texas . . j 1 Nlorrison Dry Goods Store ..... 1 L 1 hlunicipal Gas Company .... p "" l ,. lVIcD0well and Jacobsen Hardware . . . il North Texas State Teachers College, Denton . Northern Texas Telephone Company . . oiivef, Dr., C. L. Dentist, X-Ray . . lil Pangburn Candy Company, Fort Worth, Texas . E l i Penney, C., Department Store . . . Peoples Ice Company . . . . 1 Piggly-Wiggly Groceries . . . ,H 1 Perry Brothers, General Merchandise . il I lil 1 Red Ball Bonded Transfer . . Rieger, J. I., Dry Goods Store . . . 4 Rowell and Rowell, Drs., Dentists . . lg Russell, H. NI. and Son, Department Store . lx? , 1' Sanger Brothers, Fort Worth, Texas . li i Self, S. L, Chevrolet hlotor Company . Service Drug Store ..... 1 1. Service Grocery ..... 1. I is , -, Shaw Studio ....... I if , Shepard, V. W., Funeral Home . . . l 5 Smith Hamilton Motor Company, Buick Cars . , l Southwestern Bell Telephone Company . . E 'l ll Taliaferro and Son, Hardware . . ff Taylor Steam Laundry . . . . Teachers College Store ..... if Texas Louisiana Power Co., Fort Worth, Texas Texas Power and Light, Dallas, Texas . lf- Trew Brothers, Dodge Nlotor Cars . . Turner, Reuben, Grocery Store . l Vannoy Jewelry Store ..... Victory, Wilson, Men's Store, Dallas, Texas . gflf Watkins Studio CPh0tographer for Yucca, IQZQD . p Williams Store, Dry Goods ..... 1 Woodrum Truck Lines . . . . lpn' ffl' ' . Yarbrough Furniture Store . :I-1 Yarbrough Jeweler . . 'sf-. 1 4 ffl' l l ll.-1 1 1,33 lapel . 1.31 l ,. 31, 1. Page 329 V. ,I ' ' ' - - -. ,-1 . -.gi.i.LiiiZiTigLLtgjiigLg. LL, fl ff w. 1-"ii 1-'illN LLL M,-.,..,-, .,,,.-, -.,..,.. . -. 2,5 .T-I.,-,-S..-I-....i,..1....-. 1 1 . . 12. .. . an 3, 1, - ..,f---Q-,U ,-viva... 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