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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

I MICROFILM BOX 8066- i 14 COL DALLAS TEX 45th YEAR *T" I '1 I he Campus NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS Eaglets Suffer Historic Defeat As TCU Wogs Post 48-6 Win — Page 2 FRIDAY. OCT. 20, 1961 NO. 9 3,000 To Return for '61 Homecoming With Healthy Team ... Eagles Face Tulsa For the first time this season, Coach Odus Mitchell will lie able to field h semi-healthy Eagle foot- hall team Saturday when NT8U bids for a Homecoming victory against the University of Tulsa. "We're probably ax strong as any team could be without starter Chuck Holioway," Mitchell said. "But four of our previously in- jured regulars, Arthur Perkins, Gerry Hawkins, David Mngnenat and Bobby Smith, look a lot better this week and should be ready to start in Satin-day's game." Tills week the Eagles have worked primarily on all phases of both their offensive and defensive attack, centering a large part of their activity on pass offense. Hut NTSU will probably have to make maximum use of its first- string t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

PAGE 2 SPORTS <Ct W'M! The Campus Chat Flock Thindads Take 1st, 2nd In 3-Way Meet Friday, Oc*. 20, 1961 r ■MP ■ HHI m TRAVELIN' MAN . . . Eaglet halfback A. D. Whitfield (44) sails around the left side as teammate Dennis Duncan (42) throws a clearing block on TCU Wog Stanley Puckett (89). With Powerful Offense . . . North TVxti* clndermen placed firnt in tht freshman 2-mile run Hml second in the varsity 2.7 i«ile run in the tlrst of a series of cross-country practice meet* held here Friday. The tri-meet included runners from Texan Christian IJnlvemily, Ariintcton State College, alnd North Texas and was the ti'st in a series preparing the Katies for the Missouri Valley Conference cross-country meet N'ov. 4 at the University of Wichita. Coach Winton K. (Pop) No ih said he thought his team did well considering the length of time they ; have been working. He singled out ; freshman Lurry Smith, Seminole, and varsity runner Mike Ham niorid, Fort Worth, amonu those who turned in fine pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

Friday, Oct 20, 1961 BSU Tops Intramurals As Untouchables Lose The Campus Chat PAGE 3—SPORTS The tit' was finally broken in the Independent end of intramural football Wednesday when the Un- touchable* lo t their first game of the year, falling to the Spar- tan* <1-0. Left on top wan the Baptist Student Union, whieh slaughtered Delta Siirma Pi 40-0. Gary Vice led the Unptist* to the one-aided victory. Jerry Crawford and Sharp Pul liman shone for Went Dorm I a* they shut out the AFHOTt' 17-0. Roundintr oui Independent ac- tion, tiie Bucurdis rolled over the Quad Cuba 14-fl. Jimmy Wilson and Jerry Pettigrew accounted for the two Bacardi touchdowns and a sufety jfave the victors their final tally. Fraternity play resulted in close (famed Tuesday. Kappa Si|p- nia edged Lambda Chi Alpha 7.(3 v ith the extra point making the difference, In another gAtue which was de- cided on the try for extra point, Theta Chi defeated Pi Kappa Al- pha 7-6. Bobby Potter was on the receiving end of the T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

IP i PAGE 4—NEWS i:| H Fraudulent Firms Take Profit From Chops Oinw p«> t least for, business relatr«ti> for the bureau, some fraudulent firms Slid agcn mentioned u few outstanding dm who prey un honest, unsus- pecting, KuHiblf people, an uffi- rial of th< Dallas Better Rminem Hurcau (old the Marketing Club Tuesday night. Merrell Fraxiei Jr., director of Banquet To Honor Journalism Interns Six North Texas students, along with other Texas newspaper in- terns, will tell anecdotes of their summer experiences on various newspapers Friday night at a banquet in their honor. The event, sponsored by the Fort Worth professional chapter ef Sigma Delta Chi, will be held at the Worth Hotel in Fort Worth. This year for the first time Tex- as Press Association interns will be honored alonir with the Texas Daily Newspaper Association in- terns Texas Press Association interns are N'ikki Cole, Hondo Anvil Herald; and Bob Veteto, Brady Standard Texas Daily Newspaper Associ- ation interns are...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

Friday, Oct. 20, 1961 The Campus Chat PAGE S—FEATURES The Birth of a University— Its People, Plans, Problems A university is born: Governor's signature ends legislative process. What does it take to make a university? In the ease of North Texas, it took 71 years of growth, forward-looking administrations, and some careful maneuvering in the Texas Legislature. But the result will be evident this weekend as thou- sands of ex-students join the 8,8,15 present-day North Texans in celebrating Homecoming—university-style. Throughout the activities, from the brilliant ton- lire Friday night to the traditional parade and foot- ball game Saturday, the theme will be "University Year." The pictures you see on this page tell the story of the events of this past year which have marked the arrival of North Texas to university status. But they only tel! a part of the story—the glamor- ous part. Pictures can't show the hours of extra work that hard-working presidents and faculty members have put int...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

PAGI 4—EDITORIALS Clubhouse Dances wmm The Campus Chat With Sax in Hand fell b ■ Tradition May Meet Disinterested Death Pursues Jazzy Career in w Oct. 20. 1961 Another tradition may he dying at North Texas Poor attendance in recent years killed the Saturday Night Stage Show. Many regret ted to see the shows come to art end, but the exjtense of the shows could not !*• justified with the small crowds. Now another long-time |w rt of the campus scene appear* destined to per- ish: the Tuesday and Thursday night dances at the Clubhouse, No one showed tip for the first Tue.sda> night dance last week, despite notices in the Chat and on the Union Building bulletin Iwtard. Only three couples came to the Thurs- day night dance. These dances have been a part of student activities for years They are listed in the University Catalog as a regular student activity, along with the W'ednesdav night dunces at the UB. But lack of student support has prompted the administration to consid- er dropping...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

Friday, Oct. 20, 1961 The Campus Chat PAGE 7—ACTIVITIES AMUSEMENTS NT Welcomes Exes to Variety of Homecoming Activities 2:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. All Duy 8:00 a.m. to 11 oo a.m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 Rt-GISI RA HON in Main Lounge of Student Union Building BONFIRE, PEP RALLY and PRESENTATION OF HOMECOMING OUEEN and runncnt-up, west of louts Field Kappa Sit-ma Alumni Dunce and late breakfast, Denton ( ountry Club SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 REGIS I RA I ION in Student Union Huiiding and at the Barbecue Green Jackets. l-Club members, Inter-Fraternitv Council, and Panhellenic Coun- cil assisting. All /. rev with \mull children please note Mrs Lchrman will be in charge of "Baby sitting" in the Nursery Room of the I-irst Baptist Church, 404 West Oak Street from 12: 30 p.m. to ft:00 p.m. at 60 cents an hour |>er family. Alpha Beta Alpha and Alpha Lambda Sigma Coffee, Room 1.207, I ibrary Huiiding 8 (K) a.m. to Pi Sigma \lpha Reception and Coffee. Room • 2:00 Noon 20fi, l anguage-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 October 1961

' i MR W,M' ..^v. :,| ; _J ' M The Campus Chat • -Jimm I i il i ' , i. I i ■ ■• ■*• 11 «rti — Ik ^PUk Friday. Oe . 20. I HI S| IIlfF ; iff#W r % !Rfl^;: ' " ;' WELCOME TO NORTH TEXAS UNIVERSITY YEAR in. HUB Hi#' , • : Come in and see us •for your Homecom'nq Party Decora+ions and Mums for the Game. ©-J* J6 in# J A Member Plorl«t< Tvlnrraph Delivery Auoetation 382-2722 1217 W Hickory Decorated Cakes Special Orders Wilson's Fine Pastry 382-51 32 700 W. Hickory R Jim stone 123 Ave. A (paulA U/eAjtcAn Shop «n-! .. «>f? R :)«' ' i. ... i'r i B ■ South Side of Square 382-6832 KIBLER OFFICE SUPPLY COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS Yow School Supply Headquarters ROY AL—Standard/Electric/Portable SMITH-CORONA—Flectric Portable/Standard Portable Rental Service on Typewriters and Adding Machines Victor Calculating and Adding Machines REPAIRS AND SERVICE 205 N. Elm Phone 382-6322 Voertman s 1314 W. Hickory These civic-minded merchants wish to extend a welcome to the axes of NT congratulate North ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1961

EH The Campus Chat Educators Advance Reasons For Why Johnny Can't Spell — Page 2 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TACT Seti I Orientation For Sunday Freshmen aren't the only new I additions to North Texan who rate j tin orientation program this year, i The NT8U chapter of the Texas* Association of College Ttnhwi1 has invited new faculty members and their spouses to participate Sunday in a new type of orienta- | tion reception. The new members will aaaamble J at 2 p.m. in the Music Recital Hull, where Vice-President J. J. Spur- lock will give a short talk on the university's hiRtory. Then they wil form two groups to tour the cam- pus. The groups will reassemble at t p.m. in the Social Fundamental" j Room of the Education-Home Eco- nomics Building for a reception sponsored by the North Texas K«< - uity Wives Newcomers Club. There they will receive refreshments end meet President and Mrs. J. C. Mat- thews. The TA< T committee arranging ! the tour consists of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1961

t \ 111*111111 *AG| 2—EDITORIALS To ilii M I The Campus Chat Educators Wonder Why . . . Show Teeth ■ ' ■ 'w' Of American Arsenal The United States is not u second- rate power and any attack on it would bring nuclear destruction to any attack- er. This was the *rist of a speech last weekend l > Koswell L. Gilpatric. depu- ty secretary of defense. The speech was cleared at the high- est levels in Washington. This fact alone tells the world that the United States is no longer going to play second lead to the Soviet Union. In the speech Gilpatric said that this nation has such a retaliatory power that any act that brought it into play would result in nuclear suicide for the ag- gressor nation The speech reassured many Ameri- cans and warned the rest of the world that we are getting tired of nuclear blackmail. It also pointed out that the United States does intend to win any conflict in which it might Itecome engaged. The government has been wise in tell- ing the rest of the world exa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1961

Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1961 ®.w.. The Campus Chat ■The Winners!- PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS-ACTIVITIES Peacock Snatches Float Sweepstakes "OOHS" AND "AHHS" broke out through the watching crowd during the Homecoming Parade <js the Sweepstakes winner in the float competition passed by. This brilliant bird, assembled by the Zetas, proudly strode off with top honors. The vast and colorful tail spread <J the peacock towered above its bright torquoise body. A r«j< king cradle holding a re- volving U, a golden flying eagle und the colorful upreudinjj tail feathers of a peacock helped two aororities and one fraternity cap- ture the three top honorx in the Homecoming para le float com- petition Saturday. K Vi'l'A HELTA with iU rock- ing cradle won flrat place with the moat original float, Sigmu Nu'h flying eagle took Hrat place for most beautiful, and /eta Tan Alpha's "Proud an u Peacock" won the .sweepstake* competi- tion. In house decorations Sigmu Phi Kpsilon won tlrxt place with the theme "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 October 1961

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1961 Gears Mesh; Eagfa Down Tulsa 23-12 Defense Helps Flock Grab First Valley Win of Year By HANDY BROWN It finally happened. The runners run, the blockers hlock«'iI, the defenne was salty and th<> pnssera wen panned. It all add- ed up to n Honiwominu sncrtfioe of the Tulna Golden Hurricane be- fore U>,0(Mi, howling, ecstatic North TVxas fan? Saturday ufu-r- noon. The Hforf in the Minnouri Val- ley Conference *a* 23-12, hut il could have been much worse Couch IMui Mitchell had pity on the confused TuUan* and let his third and fourth stringer* play much of the la«t quarter when the game * as safely tucked away from the visitors' grasp. The fact that Mitchell substitu- ted freely even made the statistics mislencing'. Tulsa nutgamed North Texas in total offense 2<>0 yards to 250, but more than 150 Hurri- cane yards came in the fourth quarter against the gritty re- serves, Ethridge & Delisle Barber Shop All NTSU Boys, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1961

61 MICROFILM BOX 8066-4931 COLE DALLAS, TEX COMP 45th YEAR The Campus Chat Doctor Contends Bad Lighting May Damage Eyesight, Teeth — Page 2 Dorm Project Faces Council Opposition A Dallas firm announced plans Tuesday to build u five- ■Mory private dormitorv for men on a 150-by-200-foot lot |P t the corner of Maple and Avenue D. But construction cannot begin until enough adjoining Eland i« purchased to provide adequate off-street narking, the m it.v Council ruled. Plans for the $350,000 to $400,000 dorm weraoutlined at council meeting Tuesday l y pV. P. tPatt Hamilton, a Denton] NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCT. 27. 1961 NO. II It' ■be altor representing the Dallas rm, whose identity remains u u>- let. Hamilton claimed the project liud Hie "blessiriK" of President J. Matthews, but the president aid Wednesday he had not up- Voved such a dorm construction nd knew nothing about it until e read a story in a Tuesday af- mioon paper. "I have been pessimistic about ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1961

I I I kb PAGE 2-€OtTO*IALS In New York . . Two Nickels Prompt Tyranny on Freeway A "hacking truth wan revealed in Drew IV«r«m'« column Monday. It told of the persecution of a Toronto news- paper editor who, around Washington, is considered to be very influential. The incident occurred not in Berlin or Moscow but right here in the small town of Cheektowaga. N. Y Here's the Way it happened: The editor was on his wa\ home when he arrived at a toil highway where the motorist puts his money in by himself (a form of honor systemI. The price? Simply 15 cents. The editor dug deep in his pocket and put in two coins . what he thought were a nickel and h dime. But as fate would have it. he mistakenly put two nickels in the box. Enter the police They promptly sealed his coins in an envelope and streaked after him. When Mopped. he cheerfully offered the police another nickel But the stalwarts of the law would have it no other way. They decid- ed that he had defrauded the freeway and refused the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1961

Friday. Oct. 27, 1961 Sorority Baskets, Triek-or-treat Halloween bas- kets for children, aid for the blind and a variety of campus activities are Iwintf planned by sorority member*. Chi Omega Members and pledge* will have a (dumber party Saturday night at the Chi Omega ramp. Pledges will present a skit, "Owl Hoot." for members. Plana are being made for the annual Chi Omega Freshman Tal- ent Show Nov. 9. Kappa Delia The 64th anniversary of Kappa Helta was observed with a Found- Sf'^t y ^<ut,'(' ''eu ut Marquis Mall Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jes- sie Acker, a retired faculty mem- ber of the home economics stalf, _ . was honored for her .10th yea. as | V 3mV DOOthS Plans Include Aid for Blind At a Halloween party at the Denton Day Nursery, members and pledges will present trick or-treat bankets to the children. Delta tiamma Mary Lou Abraham, Dallas, was given the Hannah Award as the outstanding pledge of the month. Dotty Hale, Duncanville, was in- stalled as recording secretary. The a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1961

.r.,,- . . ■ ■■ & .■Ill PAGE 4 SPORTS ■1 The Campus Chat Friday. Oct. 27, * Bob p«mw |^'s Now or Never J I Wingless Eagles Low?, long ajro in the land of Nortexpunh, a wise old Lebanese philosopher named Gridi Ron Strategy set down the rules by w hich a fool hall coach—completely equipped with magician, priest, four-leaf clover, mojo hand, rabbit's foot and any other device in accord with man and nature— might have a faint chance of competing on an equal basis with his brethren. These rules w ere: 1. A heavy, swift, hard-charging line 2. Speedy, hard-hitting backfield. and 3. A cool, cocky, smart, opportunistic quarterback with a whip arm, strong stomach and will of iron. These, saith Gritty (as he was known far anil wide by compatriot and foe alike), will bring an unhappy coach fame, fortune and an appearence on the Kii Sullivan show. They will also, quoteth he, confound your friends and amaze your enemies. Coach Odus Mitchell has (or had before hepatitis, broken limbs and Merc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1961

! fi I I I Friday. Tl> "61 NCAA $ New The Campus Chat PAGE S—SPORTS Cage Champs Wonder Year Will Be Happy Cincinnati Bu«k«tt>ull (-ouch K<1 .linker may wonder how the Bear- cat* could improve on ImmI. year, Juckcr'l first in the Minsouri Val- ley Conference After losing their first two con- I frrenee jfanitm by 17 and l!i point?, the 'CatH won their hint 22 game*, defeating "unbeatable" Ohio State TtMlfi for the coveted NCAA title Jueker will have three starters Imck to work with thin year, and several wood sophomore* will round | nut the team. Caul Ho|fue, Torn Thaicker and Tony Yates are hack i from last year's 27-8 quintet, Pacini; his tiitft yeai at Cincin- nati and without the fabled Oscai Kobertxon. who had moved uptown . to the professional Hoyais, Juckei ! built his team on hustle and [ ticniith. The key man in the attack wa nrHl is ti 10 cenli'i 1'nul Hokuc, h bes(>ectaele<| jiiant who cuppe<l hi* eaHori performance with a sterling defense of Ohio State Al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 October 1961

1MSP ' n. ,.fc|I Si,;' PAGE 4—NIWS For Special Education Major . . . The Campus Chat Friday, Oct. 27, 1961 \ School Work' More Than Study Fifteen hour* is not a he*\ y class loud to <*«rr.v but when you work 40 hour* a week «t night it lnok> like a lot. Thii in the schedule <>f lint Wil- son. k sophomore .special education major from Dallas Il«- first be- nnt interested in this field when he worked at a summer job at < amp Soi-optimist. u camp for lM th mentally and physically tarde.l children. Wilson found that he got along better with the mentally retarded, :.nd as a result he picked his pre- •ent major. He now works at the litriton State School. The ^3-year-old student goes to work at 10 p.m. and get* off at > re- a.m. Hit* first class in at 8 on MWF. but he say*, "1 sleep all day Tuesday and Thursday." The chronological age of oc- cupants runs from tt months to (11 years, and their mentality var- ies. "Work with the mentally re- ( \ mm '""" 'aiiled is not easy,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1961

• « « M % A «( 0 0 X 8 061 - 4 0 J DALLAS, TLX COLE The Campus Chat Frosh Master Old Oriental Art Of Concentration, Self-Defense — Page 2 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOV. I, 1961 NO. 12 Senate Reinstates Kingsbury; Koury Attacks Quorum Action SCRAPPY'S PULLING FOR RECOVERY! . . . Anita Rhodes, Denison, adds her name to the large get-well card which will be sent to House Speaker Sam Rayburn. Bob Hatfield of Denison, who originated the idea, and Patty Perdicaris of Kilgore, who created the card, are hoping for at least 2,000 signatures. From Students, Scrappy . . . Mr. Sam To Get Greeting North Texans will go en masse i.tfon to visit ailing House Speaker Sam Rayburn. They won't go in person, but instead will be repre- sented by the university mascot, Scrappy, in the form <>' tret-we I! card. "Everyone I talked to was re- gretful over Rayburn's illness, and so I assumed that students would like to do something for him," said Hob Hatfield of De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1961

I PAGt 2- EDITOR. 1 I ■Li h- KARATE ENTHUSIAST John Cannon demonstrates one sidelight of his sport—the abil- ity to slice bricks in two with the bare hand. He prefers banging away at railroad rails to pushing pencils for keeping his hand callused and in good karate form. With Responsible Action , Senate Year Dawns In Blaze of Strength In a show of strength and determina- tion last week, the USNT Senate took firm action in dropping sophomore sen- ator Anne Kingsbury from its roles Miss Kingsbury, failing to attend re- quired senate meetings, whs expelled from the group by a close 18 to 11 de- cision. The senate is to be congratulated for proving it is no longer a mere student celebrity list, but rather a smooth-work- ing, efficient student governmental unit, independent in thought and uni- fied in effort. It is an honor to be elected to the sen- ate. But once elected, students should feel compelled to exert every effort in performing student responsibilities that epitomize the growth...

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