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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1961

Wednesday, Nov. I, 1961 The Campus Chat Voters Encouraged To Decide Where To Pay Next Poll Tax PAGE Students desiring to take part in next yearn political conventions and primaries must decide now whether they will pay their poll taxes in Denton or in their home towns. Mrs. Sam Barton, a vice-presi- dent of the Denton County Demo- crat* and wife of a North Texas economies pr«fe *or, emphasized this point to the Yoiiiik Demo- crats Thursday night, She also told dub member* that they will he able to participate in important party functions only in the county in which they pay their poll taxes. Kligildi' voters were urged by Mr*. Barton to attend the precinct conventions if they want to ex- press their views and influence the •tari^l taken by their party. Finance Club Vii official of the Small Busi- ness Administration described I he agency as . . a second na- tional banking system" in a speech to members of the Fi- nance flub Thursda) night. Algie K. < hoate, chief of the investmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 November 1961

PAGE 4-SPORTS The Campus Chat Cincinnati Romps 21-9... Eagles Blow Valley Chances... Wednesday, Nov. I, 1961 B> MIKE RABI N The rniv^rnity of Cincinnati re- Ncmblcxl Ebenewr Scrooge before thf Spirit of Christum* J'aat a* it hoarded a many point* as possi- ble Saturday and gave away few. The final count in the conference struggle tXrtw«ten the North Tex- an- and the Bearcats wit 21-9, but an the announcer u ually nays, the score doesn't tell it all. What it doe*, say in that North Texa> lost all hope of reigning as Missouri Valley co-champion and added another km* to its season record of three win*, one loss and one tie. The MVC title was ac- tually decided Saturday by a Wichita victory over Tulsa. For the Bearcats, it was the tirat win in six games. The Cats have been winless since the season's first contest against Dayton. The statistics show that the game was close. Even though the Eagles lost by 12 points, they led going into the final period. Cincinnati first scored late ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1961

I Koury Seeks Court Action Against Veep USNT President Mike Koury took an unusual stop this week by requesting the senate attorney general to aubpoena Anne Hodges. vice-president of the student Ixidy, to appeer before the Supreme Court. Koury charged that Miss Hodges illegally declared her- self a voting member of the senate Sept. 26. The request followed the senate meeting Tuesday night after Koury and Miss Hodges had exchanged verbal blows concerning senate procedure. However, Koury was quick to say that the action was taken merely to have the court set precedent, and that it was not a result of the obvious feud between him and the vice- president. At the meeting in question, 11 senators were present, one less than the required number needed for a quorum. To reach the desired number, Miss Hodges declared herself a voting member of the senate, i _______________________ which Koury claimed was uncon The Campus Chat 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. NOV. 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1961

*AG£ 2—iOITORIAlS At Own Risk . The Campus Chat From Campus to Denton to Dallas .. . Pedestrians Disdain Drivers' Right of Way Musical Chairs J / i Friday, Nov. 3, 1941 Senior Going In front of the Union Building there is a traffic lijrht. But the persons it is designed to help — North Texan* — art' ignoring its aid. Few have not been guilty of crowing the vfreet in front of cars when the pe- destrian light says "wait." Between classes, one may see several cars wait- ing while the light turns from red to green and back three or four times. Denton Police Chief Andy Anderson warns thai anyone who crosses against the lijrht does not have the legal right of way, He is taking his own chances Many people cross without looking at the light. Others hesitate, and then, see- ing that so many others are crossing, go on under the assumption that one more can't matter anyway. It is true that people leaving the Union Building are often in a hurry to get to class, but there is a good pos- sibility...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1961

' ' r! > I ' tl, ' *S M 'I •' J. tispt Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 For Student in Hawaii The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS- ACTIVITIES Physics, Hula Supply Summer Fun Formula for a suiToonful itum- mer: An A in nuclear |>hytilr under the father of the K-Homh and upare time «j ent whiakiiiK down rainnllck Hawaiian moun- tain tranche* on ti leaven. Or, anyway, this in the way last •ummer worked out for aopho- more Rill O'Brien, who attended the University of Hawaii. The Pilot Point youth inrned u| for three course*: nuclear i>hy*ic8, genetic# and hula. Hiit instructor for the phyHicM coume waa hr. Ed- ward Teller, known a* the "father of the hydrogen bomb." O'Brien and a couple of room- mates rented a place near the cam- pun, and goon became avid fana of xeveral island sport* ti leaf sliding, surfing and tree climbing. In fact, banana, coconut and ava- cado tree* in their back yard pro- vided a site for their tree scaling. Til leaf sliding wan a new ex- perience for the Texan abroad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1961

Pi; I PAGE ♦-SPORTS , 1 ■ f" ' ! |11| I| ! ! Twin Bill in •"-I «• . s>i: .MinncjtMgi- -r.'l'i®w«*!■ * ■* •!.ivlJiilSScWttlBt-fM'- ■*. ••-•WM it ,r Flock Meets Drake As Injuries Mount i-n.-s but will b« pndded heavily. Without t'hf speedy halfback, the It, MIKK H \HI IV The .tew* act « f ttw 1M1 fool- weah K U( offensivf would •*—• > •" day at Pout* Field. H *\ Wllhamnon. second atrintf Th* last half of the nwaaoii Muarterhack and chief pausing might )><• subtitled "Will Injury thw*«« f"<' Nor,h T('x > "'«> ** and I>i ea e Spoil Odu- Mitchell'.' ami should be dedicated to pick- ing uj> the pieces of former cham- pionship hopes and trying to weave them into a commendable won-lost record. The E#ffh s plan to start their picking up prwesc. with the Hull dents of Drake University, But before North Texas can take the field against Drake, a large process of closing ranks must take place The N'TSl injury list looks like u Confederate re- port after the battle of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1961

Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 R.iiuJy Brown The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Chdl Sporfs Cdilo; Arbitrary Butchery AT ''A<:K OF COMMON SKNSK DKPART- MhN I — I hone mighty gladiatora of the gridiron are at it grain. We refer, of enurae, to the Tuesday-Thursday Little Men s Marching and Chowder Society, the fraternity intra- mural football and manslaughter league. Just a few short days at fir a Ltpnbda Chi Alpha pledge had his cheekbone fractured in a triendly contest of strength and skill (the game explicitly prohibits any contact with a player's head other than his own neck), we have another case of cranial disabilit y on our hands. The boys (out'there playing a good, clean irame, of course) somehow inflicted a brain concur- Hion ( ii a Delta Si#. (Brother, how this was done leiraJlv we need explained to us.) I he brothers g 't together Tuesday for more of this legalized manslaughter. It should Ik- the biggest setback lor Rlue Cross since Black Friday. .. ^ HllJh W K RE AT IT we may as well ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 November 1961

PAG6 ^ NFV.S Old MacDonald' Beauties . . 3 Seek Farm Crown Old Marllonald'* I Ml model farm h * hrsuty with it* l*'a*te • and thrt <- of the b« utiw ar* North TV*®* o«x^. The (firla- Junt' Johnson of Lubbock, laurel L#db«tter of Athens and Pegrgy Parker of Coleman have been chosen ai« candidates in the state Farm Bureau Queen content. Each coed will represent her district in the event in (i a Ives ton Nov 12 The principal qualification — that ome memix'r of each en- trant's family he a member of ! he Texas Farm Bureau — has been met by all three of the Rirl* "I've lived on a farm nearly all my life," Miss Johnson ex- plained, "and I really enjoy it. However, I'm afraid I'm a fail- ure at one thintr I can't milk a cow Kverytime ! try, nothing comes out?" Milks C«w* This is not the case with Mis* Parker, "1 like to milk cows," she said, "1 also tike to plow, especially behind a horse. It's a wonder I ever get a row plowed, but usually the horae know* more than I do," "I'm afraid I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1961

6V168S ' « V *i'13 ''■*7 U1C0 VXC> n a mpus 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS Chat WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8. 1961 Rule To Eliminate Body Contact In Murals Dies in IFC Meeting — Page 4 NO. 14 Creativity Tagged Goal of Education Education's object should I* fis- sion, not fashion. It should touch people to release their own mental energy instead of mimicking the ideas of others. This is the way Roscoe Adkins of the government faculty summed up the purpose of education in a speech to 35 student government leader* attending a district meet- ing of the Texas Intercollegiate Student Association Saturday. Delegitte* attending repre- sented Texas Woman's Univer- sity, Austin Collage, Texas Christian University, Texas Wea- lejan College, Arlington State College and North Texas. Also speaking to the group was Piiscilla Scott of TWU, director of TISA's Central Agency. Adkins reviewed the threats facing America and ways in which education should respond. He cited | Card Taken | ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1961

PAGE ?—-CDITOR AIS At 2-6711 . .. The Campus Chat Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1961 Fall Enrollment Brings Boom in Busy Signals A rather common scene around town- for many years involves the poor date- less individual who figures that all he has to do is pick up the Graham Hell machine and presto, his evening's prob- lem will be solved. So he dials 2-6711 and what does he hear ? Buzz, buzz, buzz. An interesting sound, but not the one he was looking for. So he dials again. And guess what ? Don't bother. Of course, the fact the fellow doesn't get a date doesn't make that much dif- ference. What does matter is that if that individual or anybody else was forced to make an emergency call which involved going through the outside school phone line, he would be out of luck. At least during those "rush" houri shortly before dinner and for a lengthy poriod afterward. Why are they out of luck? Because on duty, you would find but one opera- tor at a given time. And the switchboard must take care of appro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1961

Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1961 I English Prevails The Campus Chat In Exercise Class PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS-ACTIVITIES 'Barter' To Be Sung She Points The Way To Health, Poise In Familiar language Hy HKENDA RKNTZ And in her conditioning oxercise j of muscle*- and figures GIANT OF A MAN . . . That'i Paul Hickfang, who will r,„7 the part of Dr. Bartolo when the Goldovsky Grand Opera The- ater group appears on the campus Nov. IS to present an all- English production of Rossini's "the Barber of Seville." "Opera" no longer mean* heavi- ly upholstered soprano.* and over stuffed tenor* shouting their lung* out in h language you can't under- stand. When the Goldovsky Grand Op- era Theater presents "The Bar- ber of Seville" Nov. lfi, North Texans will hear a cant of young American singers present their roles in English. Imaginative net* ami colorful costumes will also add to the production. The plot in a comedy love affair that becomes more involved with each act. Count Almaviva, played by Joseph Sopher, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 November 1961

MnNpmM ! 1 mm'. PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1961 Eagles Run Over Drake 28-21 Smith Leads Attack, Produces 147 Yards Third Frosh Def§g|,. Fenced In Bobby Smith find* himself in a helpless situation in the Eagles' Saturday night contest with Drake. Four Bulldogs close in on Smith to stop him after a 4 yard pickup early in the second half. Calling a halt to Smith's run are Lou Procter (62), Willie Carter (68) and Tim Roles (16). 'Mural Contact Will Continue But Cearley Warns Fraternities A proposed rule to eliminate | body contact in intramural foot- ball died quickly Monday. But fraternities were warned to keep their participating members in line to prevent further injuries in the games. The decision to continue intra- mural play under the same rules during the remainder of the sea- son was made at a meeting of the Interfraternity Council with Dr Jess E. Cearley, athletic director, and Intramural Director Leon Dulin. It represented a change from a decision made ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1961

SVX31 ¥ 1 1 'IV 3 '00 2HN3AV 3100 iSi-V II m-4mm *•« «•' Eagles Must Win at Memphis To Keep Bowl Dream Alive — Page 4 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 10. 1961 NO. 15 Survey Reveals Housing Situation . . . Where, How Well Does Joe Live? •' Some Live in Luxury . . . Wall-to-wall carpeting and contemporary furnishing* are some of the benefits students may enjoy in modern brick apartment buildings near the campus. 5 Profs To Participate In Language Meeting Hupresent a tivc* from the Eng- lish and foreign language fac- ulties will participate in the South- Central Modern Language As- sociation meeting nt Baylor Uni- versity this weekend. Five North Texas teachers will read paper during the 18th an- nual session in Waco Friday and Saturday. The conference will have sections in English, French, Ger- man and Spanish. tn the English section Dr. Sain Henderson will read a paper on "Neo-Stoic Influence on Elisabeth- an Formal Verse Satire." I>r. Wil- liam ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1961

> 1H *- w1 page i—editorials For Residents . The Campus Chat Trapped in 1950 Invasion... Pit Door Docor Reduces Dorm Safety, Beauty Friday, Nov, 10, 1961 Hp' " ,' r • a ■ * %n§1 Korean Sees Communism at Work President J. C. Matthews announced Monday that stickers, decals and other types of dorm door decorations art' now taboo in (x>th men's and women's dor- mitories. Some students feel that this decree is unfair and uncalled for, but Dr. Mat- thews offered two valid reasons for his decision. He cited mutilation of the doors and the possibility of the decora- tion*" becoming a fire hazard. Obviously, many present occupants will not consider their door adornments as •mutilations." But what about the next inhabitants of the room? Others protest that the holiday dec- orations add to the spirit of the season However, the yards and yards of crepe paper, ribbon, etc.. certainly are a la- tent bonfire. And a person suffering If Trend Continues . . . from first -degree bums surely won'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1961

•riday, Nov. 10, 1961 The Campus Chat PAGE 3— AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES Frat Sends Money To Aid Filipino Boy Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity is reaching arrow more than 9,000 miles of ocean each month to help a younK Philippine boy live a more normal, healthy life. Benjamin Marcos, 11, ha* never seen the Lambda Chi member* — nor have they seen him. Yet every month the member* semi Marcos $16 for food, clothing, medical supplies and books for his education. Bill Walter*, Lake Jackson, came across an ad in the Atlantic Monthly concemiriK the Foster Parent* Plan and he presented it to the rent of the members. Now the l.tunhdit ('his send money each month to the Foster Parent* central office in New York. From here it is forwarded to a similar agency in the Philip- pine* and used to buy the essan- Panhellenit Invites Coeds To Preview All girls interested in rush next semester have been invited to u Pnnhellenic preview at Chilton Hail cafeteria at 7:80 p.m. Monday The six social sororities wil ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1961

11® sianMRP liliiiiiM The Campus Chat Friday, Nov. PAGE 4-SPORTS iiiliiis t';f ; mm I Sigma Nu, BSU V°"'y Lockm> Sew Up Titles In Intramurals VNfORTUNAULY AiORW t0As -ill p^cWbkj sliAW of #0*feAiv5 Week. Sijrma Nu will meet the Baptist Student Union Thursday to de- fide the IJMIJ football intramurals championship. Th> t wo t0ms, both with K-0 record r. cim-hed the league cham- j pionnhijis of their respective di- j vision# with final victories, this \ week. The Baptist Student Union won •t eighth straight frame Wednes- day and wrapped up the tnde- j pendent league title by defeating the Air Force ROTC 26-0. L«d by the defensive play of James* Caldwell, the BSU Grwnn were able to suppress the only ROTC threat at the Baptist 10-yard line Clary Vice passed to Dennis Phillips and Karl Prohl for three BSU touchdowns, and Vice ran for another. Sigma Nu won the fraternity league Tuesday by downing Sig- ma Phi Epsilon 13-8. Stout de- fenses and sharp blocking wen evident as the Sig Ep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1961

Friday, Nov. 10, 1961 Rondy Biown BROWN DERBY Ch.lt Spot K i el To Bowl or Not To Bowl That mid- t>awm scours which plagues x>th plaver.s and coach alike has come up to bonk Odu« Mitchell ritfht on the Mchnooz. 'I'he possible Bowl Bid. When Sun Bowl official* announced that North Texan was among the select group (along with New Mexico, Wichita, Memphix State and sundry others) being consid- ered for a |)ostseaHon performance in El Paso, a spectrum of mixed tVelintrs crossed our minds. Hirst, we kiiula thought maybe these people were jumping the gun it mite. After all, didn't the Gotham Bowl people go completely off the deep end and invite two teams (Army and Siwash, or somesuch) a couple of weeks ago'.' But we reconsidered. Almost all of the Big Bowl (lames have published a list of teams under consideration for a January invite. What, then, had caused these people to regard our modest little school and football record as a postseason bowl threat? What, indeed? y ^v " THE FACT ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 November 1961

PAGE *—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, Nov. 10, 1961 With Ambition, Hard Wotfc . . . Business future of Grads Unlimited it, JESS Met'OKI i What do?* buatn*** aspect from the college gfaduat#" It expert* hard work, coopera tion with fallow employe*. n heal- thy bunnies* mind, a lot of ambi- tion, xtrong persona) goala and faith in America. three prominent Da lift" huHincKKRHm told student# here Tuesday night. The three men, iwpmaenting the Dallas chapter of the Young Pre*i- dent* Club, were James M Collins, | the idea that tiwrv is no opportuai- p reside tit of the Fidelity Union ty. Today there ia greater oppor- Life Co.; Robert Jordan, president (unity than ever," Collins Maid, of Varo inc.; and Dick Kelly, preai- ; And Jordan adviaed: "Uon't look dent of World Gift Co. Inc. The for position or money; look for three, all president* of their com- 'What experience will I get and pan lav before the age of 40, served what will it do for me tomor- on a panel jointly sponsored by row North ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1961

League Champs Clash Thursday To Decide Intramural Grid Title — Page 4 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOV. IS, 1961 NO. 16 To Campus Teachers Sen. Creighton Will Speak Sen. Tom Creighton of Min era I Wells, who led North Tex- as' name-change bill through the Texas Senate, will be on campus Thursday night to give hints on improving higher edu- cation. President J. C. Matthews will introduce Sen. Creighton before the fall dinner meeting of the local chapter of the Texas As- sociation of College Teachers (TACT) in the Crystal Room of Murquis Mall at 0:30 p.m. The stale senator will dis- cuss higher education and the role that college people, citizen* and legislator* need to play in developing a first-class system in education. AFTER QUIETING senator ial opposition, Sen. Creighton helped push the name-chati(i< bill to victory last spring. The proposed name was altered but North Texas gained the univer- sity status it now enjoys, Senator Creighton has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1961

lip PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Not Disinterest.. . 111! ■sts Poor Planning Causes Demise of Rood Trip The Campus Chat Last Flight for Jean Ruyle ... Wednesday, Nov. 15. 19*1 Runs Afoul of Chicken lml "The student body does not want a road trip." "The t hat killed the road trip." Student leaders pointed accusing fingers last week as they sought to blame others for the failure of the jaunt to Memphis, In the first place, there is no reason to center the blame on anyone. It's a little late for that. However, responsi- bility for the failure cannot lie laid en- tirely upon the student body, and the Chat is a poor scapegoat. U8NT officers who noted that only eight students "bothered to buy tick- ets" should remember that there are some 35 students involved in the stu- dent government who might have "bothered" to add their names to the list. The fact that a throng of students didn't rush to plunk down $19 to travel more than 500 miles (via a method of transportation which remained un- known for so...

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