Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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NORTH TEXAS STATE NORMAL COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, APRIL :to. 1920 NUMBER
HAY SWIM MY 10 I. C. II. WALLOPS NORMAL Y. W. C. I CWERENCE PHYSICAL EDS REAR ATTACK WIT AND HUMOR AT
BE HELD MONDAY. MAY 3
It is the custom of this school to
«•»•! aside the first Monday in May
«>:11 h year for the purpose of giving
.1 farewell program to the College
Senior class of that year. This is
comparatively a new event for this
hool, on account of the very short
fir • credits have been given lead*
0 v to the grafiting of degrees. But,
1 tnse of the fact that ttiis pro-
gram is devoted to the clas receiv-
ing degrees, and thus giving to it
the dignitv of a Senior College, the
regular Junior class is considered
a- the Freshman class in 'he pro-
|t is true enough that the T. C. 1.
.•relegation style themselves
'Horned Frogs," but one thing is
WAS HELD AT S. M. D.
LEE SOCIETY MEETING
Did you happen to see that
"peppy” bunch collecting on the _____
The V. \V. C. A Cabinet Confer- Li bran step> about 1:8o last Tues- Th» Lee Literary Society broke
ertain. they don't purpose to be erne which was ' Id at S, M. U. da\ afternoon'.’ They didn't look away from the accustomed formal
iMvbody's toadies R> hammering l Dallas April 21 '*> proved to be a- if they were going to u party, program last Friday night and ren-
*u> ball to all corners of th * lot v ery interesting a well as bene- did they V No, but they were go- dcred a program that was new and
'hey succeeded in pounding out a ticial to the varr• delegates who inti on an outing drlferent to any humorous throughout. Evidently
I* tc I victory over Normal Mon- ittcnded. The alleges and uni- thev have taken this year. There each member present believed that,
day, versities of Nortl Texas were rep- were twenty-three in number, with “A little nonsense now and thon is
The Frogs opened the fire works resented bv delegates from Baylor, a loat of bread a piece; that was relished bv tin* wisest men.
tin very first round when Doug- T \\ C . T C. 1 . Trinity, Com- all, except the one traveling bag The program committee through
In s. first up, singled through the mer e and N. T. S N, C. The stn- and that‘s a different story entire- -ome means, fair or foul, learned
b< A passed ball and an error dent representatb . from the Nor- l.v Down Hickory street they went that many years ago every person
worked him over the plate. mal were: Miss. Maydell Wal- past the station and out by the in the world was named Smith anil
Conk, who started for Normal, lace, president; Funtie Mae Brown, pottery Can you imagine if Even as each one committed some
was driven from the mound in the vice-president; Clara Cox, Social bib Lake held no thrills for them, crime, possibly rutting classes or
next round when the Christians ran chairman; Thelma Jackson, report- They were <m their wav to <iar/.u' chapel, he was forced to change
in f th first Mnndav in Mav ,m *IV<> n,on‘ HC,,r<>s. Knox, who »»r: and Willie Hamilton Herbert The sun was hot, the road was bis name. Each member of the
the^’e"ular Senior class'is c.insid ,0lloweil ('ook pulled out of the and Emma Biasing..me of the pub- dusty, ami visions of the cool, society was requested to learn of
« reguar . as hide and suspended scoring until Hcity committee. They were ne- -hadv campus were beginning to • h«- origin of his name. Some of
' ' ' the sixth. companied by Mis- Marie Russ, sec- torture them when two hay wagons the members present told of the
Normal got her first marker in retary of the Y. V\ c. A. were seen coming dow n the road.
'he fourth when Wilkerson got a From the time the delegates ar- My. how the crowd cheered. Every
ered as the Sophomore
the regular College Junior class is
considered as the Junior class.
fact that they had paid some ten
dollars tn have the family record
kor these reasons the regular Texas Leaguer over short, took rived in Dallas Saturday afternoon, "•>" carefully deposited his loaf of j looked tip and then paid twenty-
Mav Swing-Out Day will be observ- s,.,•,,(„) on Hughes out, anil scored until they left Monday, they were bread and himsclt on a wagon, five to have nothing said about it.
ed May 3. 1 he program will begin when Bradley looped a similar well entertaineu by the real Then they were ofiT again, enter-
at 9:00 oclock in the morning of blow just over the middle bag. “Southern hospitality" of Miss taining the drivers with songs and
May 3, and last until 12 oclock. Two hits and an error brought; Murphy, Dean of Women, and the yds. chasing rabbits and running
This part of the program will con- three more runs in the fifth. T. C. girls of S. M. U. The girls of the races until at last the driver eall-
Vtr. McGough informed the society
that his Scottish ancestors who
were Smiths, changed the name to
Cun or as it was then Gough hut
the usual "Son of" to the name so
they called it "Me.” Squire Cook
refused to tell where his present
sist of athletic events at the hall \j. opened up her cantxineering Domestic Science department of ed, “Car/.a!" About a half mile fur obvious reasons could not put
park, to which contests any stu- Hgain jn the sixth when five men the University had planned a bacon east of town was a campfire and
dents of school are elligihle. It is scampered over the plate. Another roast on Turtle creek to he enjoy- bacon, eggs, onions anil popcorn
hoped that every student of school run was added in the seventh ami ed by the members of the confer- galore. When everyone had sup-
who has felt that his body is fit for three in the ninth. ence, but owing to the rain the ped sufficiently, some went ’pns-'name originated but we all had
something besides an ornament will Printing opened the ninth with roast was held in the cooking lab- sum hunting, while the others our suspicions.
show his fellow students wherein a single. McDaniel then got his ratory and proved to be a very de- amused themselves in various ways. The next thing that concerned
his powers lie. If there be any boy fifth hit of the day in the form of lightful affair. At a late hour quilts and pillows the society was the relating to the
or girl who has repeatedly been H homer over the right field fence. Saturday night Miss Margaret began walking around, and soon members of any honeheads pulled
given by his room mate, or other Kerry, who followed, then drove Hutchinson, Southwestern Field everyone found his respective nail. by the said member, or any embar-
hoastful enermi. the challenge for,on over the left field fence for the Secretary of the ...ate College.:, led upon which he was to be suspended I asaing position in which he found
in the discussion of; "The Organi- f"r the nirht. There v-as not much
station of the Cabinet,” and “The time for sleep, however, for the
Purpose of the Y. W. C. A. on the sunrise breakfast on Big Elm had
Campus.” Various questions and »tv been planned, and Big
a duel, either in running, jumping, of variation,
boxing, vaulting, wrestling, or other
of the common methods used in
by such boasts and feel equal to Brin* in*. If
the occasion, you will have the
all of your paraphernalia which you Ganna.^ef
have to protect your honor on this
occasion, for you may have a chal-
fateful ground. Also it
tious students have buckled up their
nerve and challenged certain mem-
bers of the irreproachable faculty
for a duel. The foolish may never
know, hut a hint to the wise is
ever sufficient. To say the least,
the success of the athletics of this
morning is up to every individual
of the college who desires to make
Mav Swing-Out Day one of the
most notable events of the year.
The next division of the program
t r v.
N. T 8. N (
Score bv inninir*:
t r v.
up by the cabinet members,
formation concerning them
iri\ en by the leader and othe
himself or any person that he
knew-. Of course no memher was
given the privelege of telling of all
such bewildering circumstances in
Which he had found himself, for
In- yard b»- anv means. So very early,then it might have rtin into an auto-
was ;he next morning rteryone took his biography.
■* 0f pack on his back, and away they The hut niinibet on the program
A hasty breakfast was prf- ass the Debate, The subject for
Sunda> afternoon, Mrs. Spence. Daren to which the sharpened ap- disucssion was, "Resolved, that the
course of campustry as included in
our present course of study in the
Then some fished, some went Vorth Texas State Normal College
The dis- swimming, while others sat around “hould be confined to and within
the the camp fire and told of the large the limits of the campus.” Messrs.
a member of the Southwestern j P*tites of the crowd did full jus-
3 ■ Field Committee led in the discus-'
sion of the duties of the various
officers of the < abinet.
cussion. which was held
U., was opened by a short sing- 'Licks they had killed th** night
song. Mrs. John Hanna, also a before, but failed to produce suffl-
member of Southwestern Feld evidence as to the truth of
committee, who had just returned Dior "ta'es."
from the National Convention at About twelve o'clock everyone
Cleveland, and Mrs. Albert Hall, '“•••med anxious to return to the|
Southwestern Field representative, bouse, and it is no wonder, for a
made interesting talks. Follow- better dinner never graced any
<**ontirn»»«i tin ptur** •)
^7HXm5 2;'*UD JTiJ. T Southwestern Field, assisted by sev- "e rub our eyes, to make sure we
will begin at 6:00 o’clock Monday *’ t’ *. Normal roller 5; Paaaed hall t.ral of the Y. W. girls of the col- :‘r,‘ no* dreaming when we think
evening on the part of the campus ib>h|Knox A^T’by MVt/Vo'lI l#*ge. Sunday night Miss Louck of
east of the Manual Arts building. Firat baae °n bail* off f’ook t, «ff Knox 3; trace a very interesting account of I ben the time for departure
Music will he given by the Normal J$riby SfeMM; VlA^Jr her trip to Cleveland. drew near, and many a regretful
band, after which there will be by <o«.k. jBerryi; First base on errors Monday morning from nine to l°ok was cast backward toward the
given hv the help of the Training JJ,,. '2 ' "rlunutei Ym'p.r! twelve, the duties of the officers of • ',"1 woods, and the inviting home
Arts and Craft Club, 4:30 p. m.
Lee Literary Society, 7:00 p. m.
Reagan Literary Society, 7:00 p.
m.—Girls’ Reading Room.
School children, a program that Hchwaer
will in no way produce an undesir-
able reflection on the dignity of a
first-class Senior College. One of _
the most important acts to he done
will he the crowning of the May " I he Goblin Hair. will he given
queen. If you have never seen a ^ ‘L** primary department of the
queen crowned, in all of the appro- Training School in the ( ollcgc
priate dignity and ceremony, you auditorium on May 8th.
will just have to see the crowning
of the May queen. the desired information.
As soon as you have witnessed We hope, as friends to the Nor-
this part of the program, you are mal College of Texas, to do every-
then invited to pass on to the audi- thing in our power to create an at-
torium to enjoy the final, but not mosphere that truly belongs to a
least in importance, part of the Senior College of the first rank,
program to begin at 8:00 p. m. If You will signify your loyalty to thia
you do not know just why such school by helping in every way poa-
mysterious exercises are given to *ible to render assistance during
the Senior classes of all first class
colleges, there you will find out
the program of May Swing-Out
Day. Monday, May 3.
the cabinet were discussed sep- *» vp turned our faces resolutely MONDAY—
arately and valuable information toward Denton. I he homeward "Campus Chat” Staff, 6:30
in the form of notes was taken by i«»urney might have been more en- m — Dean’s office.
the girls who have the presponsi- joysble if the gravel truck had
bilities of office of the Y. W. C. A., b#,*n equipped with shock absorb- TUESDAY_
• 'abinet. era; but “Physical Eds" can
At three-thirty Monday after- ,lur,‘ anything. We can never for-
noon. the discussions closed and the *f**t Mr. and Mrs. Stockard and the
delegates returned to Denton, hav- wonderful time we had at their
ing spent a very pleasant trip, hut hospitable home.
glad to be back at the Normal -
again. He at the Normal Auditorium
May 5, 8 p. m., to see "The Cycle
Will hoarding-house keepers who
want heip during the summer term
please communicate with me as
soon as possible either sending
word to the Y. W. C. A. room or
telephoning me at 398 or 313?
of Seasons," by the Current Liter-
Admission 25 cents.
Mrs. McCracken: "That book
will do half your work, Mr. Hokett.”
Hokett: “Give me two of them,
Choral Club, 4:30 p. m.—Audi-
Glee Club, 6:30 p. m.—Girls’
Band, 7:00 p. m.—Manual Arts
Y. W. C. A., 6:80 p. ra.—Girla’
Glee Club, 6:80 p. m.—Audi-
Choral Club, 4:80 p. m.—Audi-
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Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1920, newspaper, April 30, 1920; Denton, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720004/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.