Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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SPECIAL SALE ON TALCUM POWDER FOR THE WEEK
Big Line Bathing Capa All Kinds All Colors All Prices.
TRY OUR K l. ( REAM RRIC k ICE ( REAM FOR SUNDAY
SPECIAL ALI. NEXT WEEK.
COME TO SEE US.
O. R. DYCHE
KODAK FINISHING Leave 'Em To lay and Get ’Em Tomorrow.
HON PAT NEFF MAKfS
ADDRESS IN ( HA PEI.
At < hltjM-l Th u (la the Indent*
hud the plea-sure of hearing Mr
Pat Neff deliver an addict on
“The Star?* and Stripes and it*
M'-aning Mr Self i* an orator
of some lame anil hi* candidacy for
the governorship of Texas is being
well received Th» rules were lift
«d Thursday night to that all who
wished might hear Mr. Neff’* ad-
dress at the court house.
See “The ( vi le of the Season*.”
The Current literature cluh play
Wednesday, H p rn., May 5.
CLUB I AKI AND MAY loth
I he mountain* at F.*te- Park,
i olondo, will take their stand at
i • 111> l.ake. Texas, and ten dav.s of
■| iollegi eonferen<e will he lived
•n one. according to the derision
<f • he girl- who attended the mass
n eeting la-t week. Instead of
hearing about what will happen
August 17 27, from a small group
<f people who have attended a
summer conference, every girl in
school will have the chance to ex-
perience one for herself
Rumor* of discussion, a hall
game, a sing song, a splash party,
m fjicaimg ar< id. .Home people
will come from Walla- to talk
nme thi that are of m-
'■•r* t to f olleg girl Of course
'here will tie a ifetetia aid the
• ' h . iasm t ha h*• ei over good
Ih.ig to eat. ' at( h *he onlletin
no.ird for notice about registration
Wednesday, May a, important
The Current Literature club pre-
en* - “'1 h** Cycle of the Season*.”
Admission 25 cents.
GOVERNOR HOBBY VISITOR
AT COLLEGE TUESDAY.
Governor W. P Hobby was the
honored guest of Dr. Bruce and
other member* of the faculty Tues-
d»v morning. Mr. Hobby was first
taken on a tour of inspection'
through the buildings and grounds
and later gave a talk in chapel on
the growth of Texas institutions.
He spoke very favorably of Mia*
Annie Webb Bianton. Superintend-
ent of Education, who was former-
ly a member of the faculty.
DENTON STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY
fejT-5 ’ * *’"•*
FIGURE IT OUT
The Coat of Clothes Isn't Just the
Price-It’s the Price Divided by
the Number of Days That
You Wear the Clothes.
Give your appearance all that it deserves. <
Occupy the position that you rightfully de-
serve. Be on the firing line of progress in
a reserved seat.
Good appearance helps. Look as well
as you can. Your personality deserves it—
your fight for success needs it—your friends
expect it of you.
Price $25.00 to $65.00.
The Store of Certain Satisfaction.
You will miss something if you
do not come to see the Current
Literature club play, “The Cycle
of the Seasons."
Wednesday H p. m., May 5.
Admission 25 cents.
Edith A “What is that under
your hat, Calvin?”
Calvin: "Nothing much hut the
FLOWERS and Plants for all
SEEDS. Shrnhhery, Bulbs.
SADDLERY. Laathar Work in
Phones, 58, Night 2S3 and 730
No 33 and 35 W. Oak St.
CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS
Give us a trial
Come and see our Green Houses.
J. S. BOYD
87 N. Locust St. Phone 573
I gat my moat at SULLIVAN'S
MARKET. It's always good. Phono
385 Quick sorvlan.
Visit our Studio—Examine our
portraits and judge for your-
self. Our prteoa are moat at-
THE WATKINS' STUDIO
Middle North Sid* af Sgnavo
WE DO KODAK FINISHING
DIAMOND Dt 'ST
W e made enough ( its to win an
W A BROWN SPEAKS IN
Newman's drive in the sixth for
two base- was one of the lung
hit.- of the day.
Both of Topay’s hit.- were follow-
ed by hits by Bradley. These came
in the fourth and the eighth
Knox had everything needed for
five innings and struck out three
in the eighth. This south-paw
showed up well in this, his first
The low temperature cut the
crowd down a bit. The umpiring
of Schweer was up to the usual
standard and added to the interest
of the game. Close decisions were
In the T. I. A. A. Texas has elim-
inated A. & M. Baylor is using a
winning streak and T. C. U. has
this week a chance to put up her
average. Texas and the Christians
are playing in Fort Worth this
Unless unexpected arrangements
are made we have seen our last
intercollegiate game here for the
spring season. We have had some
very poor work but also some very
good playing has been uncovered.
Triple plays do not occur often,
t hat is one thing we may boast of
in this season.
William A Brown of Chicago,
-eeretary of Sunday Schools of the
It'er-( hurch movement, spoke in
chapel on the requisites of a teach-
er. Mr. Brown was on his way to
the Sunday School Convention at
W aco, but was persuaded to deliver
an address here and at one of the
churches in the evening. Mr.
Brown illustrated his talk with
several interesting anecdotes of his
early school life to emphasize his
conviction that teachers should
teach with the prospect of emula-
tion by their pupils.
Baseballs and Basketballs, Gym
Suits. Typewriters for rent. AH
kinds of repair work.
TALIAFERRO & SPIKES
Phone 125 North Side Square
SERVICE CARS AND
TRUCKS FOR BAGGAGE.
OWL SERVICE STATION
W L. PIERCE. Prop.
Should reflect your individuality. In this line we can aid
vou in selecting just the stationery that will suit you best.
Our lines are now complete with new numbers in colors
and white. Also in new sizes of the Eaton, Cranes and Mon-
tag Brothers' Fine Linen Stationary. These papers come in
boxes and in pounds.
Before buying look our stationery department over as we
are always pleased to show our stock.
JONES-SMART DRUG COMPANY
Last Side Square “We Serve Shaw Broe. Cream" Phone 188
WHY BUY NEW CLOTHES
!| When you can have your !
OLD ONES MADE NEW
Come in and get your
COLLEGE TAI0MN6 CO.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CALL M
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.