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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1961

Wednesday. Nov. IS, 1961 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—AMUSEMENTS-ACTIVITIES Crowd's Approval Nets Kalil Repeats, Encores II> Kit KM).A Kl'SMHIX Mian Margaret KuIU'h recital Thursday night was lunger than she hu«l planned by audience re- quest she repeated two songs ami sang three encore*. Many in the audience of about 150 did not understand the Ger- man, Spanish, French and Italian songs, but they could certainly get the message through Miss Kb IIP* eX|>rensivc gestures, facial expres- sions and the general tone of her voice. In the unforgettable German number "Elfenlied," by Hugo Wolf, Miss Kalil brought chuckles from the audience a* she imituuid a cuckoo in German. She repeated this number and "The Pasture," by Charles Naginski, after the audi «nce demonstrated its delight. One could tell that Miss Kalil paid more attention to the audience when singing the lighter, more frivolous songs. She looked down at the people on the first few rows as if she were telling the story of her son...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 November 1961

jfpf PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wadnasday, Nov. IS, 1961 •:i.v ." '. Til Tigers Maul Flock 41-0 Sun Bowl Floats A.*> th«- Sun Bowtt sank slowly in tb«' Went lu t Saturday, the Ku lfl« s lost Mirf in no old «(!«*« "Litrhtninir never striken twice in the name place." «' •',« the oh I' satymc. but that's about « ht-lu'va- j hie m The Pumpkin. The place in question uns the ! broad hack of the North Texas ; Kaple. and the lightning was a Tennessee bludgeon cleverly dis- ffuUed ax the Memphis State foot- ball team. The score of this year's contest 1 was II 0 The score last year was 44-0. Thi' defeat wasn't quite as bud, but when they jfet that hiirh, what's two or three points? All of the jilauirhtering activity made it dear that the name of North Texas would be dropped from the list of candidates for th<* annual Sun Bowl contest in El Paso Because of their convincing win, Memphis State will obviously shine blighter in the eye* of the bowl -election committee. The Memphis State o...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1961

PALL ■' 72 4 5X ' The Campus Chat Mitchell Gets 100th Victory If Eagles Defeat Louisville — Page 4 46 Ht YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. NOV. 17, 1961 NO. f Vesper Service Set for Monday In BA Building "Thankful—For What?" Will be the provocative topic Ipr the annual Thanksgiving Vesj>ers at 8 p.m. Monday in the Business Administration lecture Hail. Rev. Harold Halt, united Bible nir teacher, will speak, and mu- ll' will be provided by the Baptist itudent Union Choir, directed by ;>dy (iaraer, Houston. The vesper service will precede e nnnual Thanksgiving home- aid migration, which start* offi- f|(gully us holidays begin at noolt Wednesday. Classes will resume ut Js a.m. Monday. Holiday Housing K For the few who remain on cam- i®"1' some w'H remain li®"'"' Women Studentn will find ki'Stoliday lodging in McConnell Hull, :;?®id meals will lie served at Ken- nfcll Hall at H a.m., 12 noon und [p.m. Men will lie housed in Quad I H>d also will eat at Kend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1961

m f % PAGE 2—EDITORIALS On Integration . , . School Policy in Peril A condition which has long been ac- cepted a* matter of fact by North Texan students is again being brought into the public eye as the result of the actions of a group of student** with good intentions but questionable meth- ods. The subject of integration—not of university facilities but of private eat- ing establishments—is being publicized by students who threaten pickets unless merchants open the doors of their res- taurants to all who wish to be served By their actions, these students are going against all policies of the univer- sity administration and may be losing sight of the best interests of North Texas and the very people they are try- ing to help. The possible reverberations of their movement could have far- reaching and damaging effects on the university. They could destroy in one semester what it took the administra- Crime of Immaturity . . . Misguided (ion, faculty and students seven years to build u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1961

Friday Nov. 17, 1961 PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS-ACTIVITIES re Living Billboard Trades Golden Suit for Beanie il> KAY I. AM Kit Motorists traveling Dalian' busy Central Expressway last summer took second anil sometimes third lixiku at the pretty girl in the Kparklinir ifold lame suit waving at them from a billboard platform. She was a Dallas radio station's "Lazy Girl," Suzanne Fisher. This full Miss Fisher is still attracting attention, but this time as a fresh- Coeds Attend Rush Preview Some 145 eoeds planning to go through rush next semester attend- ed the Panhellenic Preview at Chil- ton Monday night. Representatives from each of the sororitius par- ticipated in a skit on rush activi- ties. The prospective rushees were taken nn a tour of the six sorori- ties, where members served re- freshments. Ilelta (laminu A "niekel-a-day" project is be- iiik carried out by the Delta Gam- mas to provide funds for their national project of aid to the blind. Kach member ami pledge was ask- ed to cont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1961

FAG£ 4—SPORTS liilll The Campus Chat Friday, Nov. 17 Frosh Star Valley Loohouf By Bob Dennard Just Plays' By HTKPHKN BROWN • Why do you want to wsite about me ?" mkIuhI WayiM' t!lme \ the ft-foot, 300-pound freshman guard from San Angela. "I just play foot- ball." But the way he "junt play* football" is attracting the atten- tion from hi* teammates wild coaches. att well as the Eaglet fan#. Ulmer average* 40 p*r cent of hi? team*' trfeklen on defense. He is Froth Coach Ken Bahnxen'* key man as the roving linebacker in the Kimjlets' bumf 6-2 defense. touch (>du* Mitchell watched t imer during the Eaglet-T<T WtiK (tame and commented. "Bo> I could u*e that gu> on the var- sity." \ctuall> l lmer came to NTSl" a year ago to pla> football, hut withdreM from school after play- ing onl> in one fro«h same. Htiiiin-t Tulsa. While at Central High in San Anueli', he earned a football let- ter all three years and was selec- | ted as all-distrk't and all-state his I senior ye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1961

Friday, Nov. 17, 1961 Cagers Choose Up For IntrasquadTest IntruHquad rivalry will provide ii | r« vit*w of baakethall at Men'« Gymnasium tonight u« the varsi- ty split# into tJrtH-n and White teams for a it i od condition scrimmaffe at 8 o'clock. The Whites, winner of the Inst two m?rimm«KeM, will start John Savojte at center. Ardie Dixon and Norm Calglacier at for- wards, and Osear Miller and Bud For man at guards. Larry Cruise will also play for the Whites, although he has missed two workouts with stomach trouble. KANI).\LI, RAHIKN. Za.k Hayes, Wayne Hopkins. L«s Pol- lock and Dright Dow will -itart for the Greens, who will substi tute Have RbersholT. The Whites were victors in the first two matches, *59-15 and H0-67. In the first scrimmage, two squad* with different ullgn- ments battled to a 48-44 deci- sion in favor of the Greens. "We're very pleased with the team's condition and the player*' effort," Coach Charles Johnson said Wednesday. "So f r we've shown (food team speed and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 November 1961

PAGF '■ NEV^ The Campus Chat Friday, Nov. 17. 1961 International Winner Grad Visits Here Between Concerts Taking h break from hi# rig oromi piano concert schedule of fll1 performances, Ivurt Davis, it 1952 North TVxafc graduate, visited with cam pun friends Tue*day and Wednesday, SINt F LEA VINO NTSU the lining young pianist he* been recognized throughout tWa coun- try and Europe a* having a dis- tinct nmi sineerc style of musical interpretation. Critics have cal- led him "an exciting poetic jji Flute Recital Set For Monday Night j Pour student* of Dr. George Morey of the School of Munii will preaent four flute sonatas hy Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach at 7 p.m. | Monday in the Music Recital Hall. Carol Reiflin of Waxahachie, Sharon Wietirel < f San Antonio, Kristin Webb of Cyril, Okia., and Pmrick Stephen- of Sulphur, Okla., will perform four of Bach's seven J sonatas The remaining thru*- so- i natus will he presented March 12 in the spring recital The soloist* will In- accompanied j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 November 1961

45th YEAR i ! The Campus Chat 100th Win Places Mitchell fn Elite Coaching Minority — Page 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. NOV. 29, 1961 NO. 18 Professors Decide On 35 Top Students For NT Who's Who Department heads selected 28 senior*, U juniors and 10 graduate students us Who's Who nt North Texas for the 1962 Yucca, Editor Josiw Cantu announced Monday. The outstanding students were chosen on the basis of recognition gained in the department. Top students, listed by college divisions, are us follows: College of Arts und Sciences nit, Charles Turner, Houston sen- ior; Hible, Mrs. Alleen Patrick Edgington, Denton senior; biology, Josephine Hutcheson, Argyle sen- ior; chemistry, Maurice Dyke, By- ers graduate; economics ami so- ciology, Cora Ann Martin, Dallas graduate; English, Margaret Neu- mann, Houston senior; French, Robert Nelson, Paris senior; Span- ish, Charlotte Davis, Denton grad- uate. Rites Held Friday For Pat Wheeler, Freshman Gridder Funeral servic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 November 1961

■HP?* PAGE 2—6OITORIALS i far iwiwlbiH Ftft H l III ; The Campus Chat Russian Scholars Gorge .. . p Sffjrronii • 1MB Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1941 Campus Leaders Set Sportsmanship Drive U.S. Pupils Starve in Word Famine A new approach to the old subject of school spirit i8 being planned in an ef- fort to improve sportsmanship and get more people to attend basketball Ramos ♦his season, A if roup of student leaders who have named themselves the University Sportsmanship < 'ouncil has formulated a plan for promoting more student in- terest in basketball games and sports- manship in general «t North Texas The group, which first met Nov. 14 at the request of the faculty of the physical education department, is composed of In Memoriam ... School Mourns Death of Frosh The North Texas student body joins with other friends and relatives in mourning the death of freshman foot- ball player Pat Wheeler The death of a young |>erson always seems unfortunate, and one resulting from a sports accide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 November 1961

YvedneicUy. Nov. 2 rt96l The Campus Chat DEAN IMOGENE DICKEY . . . counselor for coedt Despite Foul Weather . , . Conley Draws Crowd t> WKKNIU Kl HHKLI. \ remarkable crowd for a .ttd, rainy ni^hl almont filled lit' Mimic Recital Hull Nov. 21 '* hfiii n recital by Kuirwnp Con- ••>, i evident tenor. Kven the hull felt nit wndi ' mi ted I'm K'oitiK to wear my over ■ ■Ml next time," joked Coriley i- tie returned to the stitK'e l"! tw(*it the second and third i>at U of the program. I UK l'HO(il< \M ranged from iiffVult mitts like "II Mio Teno from "Don Giovanni," by Mo/art, to light Irish numbers lik' "The !«>w-Hacked ( hi ." by I.over. The aria from 'Don Giovanni' .a- liootitiluiiy done," said Mil** Martraret Knlil, renident sopra- no "The tiotcra were clean and f!o««nt " Msias Knlil said she also enjoyed "I.'Absence" by Her tin* MISS M Alt V Met OK MIC. resident soprano, said the songs by Massenet were hei favorites because she used to <iiiK a lot of music by Massenet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 November 1961

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Win I Eagles Mine 100th For Mentor's Victory Belt B> MIKK RAHI'N I took the ball for 22 ride* and a The Knirlei* went west pauper a distance of 181 yard* an aver- but came back Saturday looking a«e of just under 7 yard* a try. richer than a Tex a* farmer who j Thi* mark wan more than three had just cashed in on the noil j time* th«* total yards trained on hank. the it round by the entire Miner They did it by outsmarting the ; team. Texas' Western Miners 24-14 and The victory Rave the (Cattle* a winning a 100th victory for Coach Odus Mitchell- Billy Christie, who has lust mora weekends on the bench than he likes to remember, broke loose for one of his finest games as he season record of 5-4-1 and pro vided Mitchell with his 100th col- lege win at the close of hi* ltith season as the Eagle*' mentor. Hi* career mark now stands at wins, 59 losses and 8 ties. The Eagle* had some help from the Miner* in Saturday'* game. The North Texan* collected five Mine...

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

Jazz Band To Present NT Works Original compositions by stu- di'nt writers will be played in pub- lic for the first (line ut the second annual I-nl) Hand fall concert Tuesduy night in the Muin Audito- rium. The show, beginning at H p.m., will In* the second jay.r. treat with- in u week for North Texas stu- dents. Jazz leader Stan Kenton and hiti orchestra performed here Thursday night. Leon Breeden, director of lab Itanda, explained that the student compositions were not written es- pecially for the concert but were completed just in time for it. One number, "David Taylor," by Toby Guynn, McAllen, was finished just in time to lie entered into the pro- gram. "It i* very necessary that stu- dents write and present their mu- sic to the audience," Breeden said. "It is a typical facet of our work." Some of the original composi- tions arc "Osmiroid," by Don Owens, Fort Worth; "Out and Around," by John Pruitt, College Station; "Nightly," by Bob Mor- gan, Dallas; and "Jumbo Pack," Vy Morgan ...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Not in Two Years, . . The Campus Chat Tourists Discover.. . gBRM Friday, Dm. I, 1961 ■s te: Spree hen Sm, Habla Usted, Parlez-Vous? Makes fetish of Should the College of Arts and Science* require more semesters of a foreiirn language or not require foreign languages at all ? The U niversity Catalog suys that in the College of Arts and Sciences a stu- dent must have 12 semester hours in one foreign language or a reading knowledge of one foreign language. Two or more units of one language in high school will reduce the course re- quirements by six semester hours if the same language is continued in col- lege. However, are two years of a foreign language enough to enable a student to sjwak or write the language with any proficiency V Is it really worth the stu- dent's time to sit in a class for two years when more times than not when he's through he still can't speak or write the language well enough to use it? One student taking Spanish here for the fourth semester s...

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

•day. Dec. I, 1961 ;S«§ The Campus Chat Artichoke, Bubble Top Coeds' Coiffure Styles PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES From Bubble . . . Eva Nell Terrell, left, Daingerfield, prefers the popular 7-inch bubble hairdo, but Kathy Vroo- man, Dallas, is content with her flip. Zhaplain To Discuss Relation Of Peace to World's Situation < haplaiii James Carter, chaplain r the missile bases in the Dallas- >rt Worth defense urea and for- er pastor of « church in Coffey - llc, Kan., will speak at the Disci• e Student Center at ti p.m. Sun- 'V- Chaplain Carter will di*cuMH the lationahip of peace to the pros- it world situation. The Freshman Association will lonsur it dinner-dunce from 6:30 in. to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the udent Center. Both TWU and TSC freshmen fire invited. Ad- ission fee is 50 cents. "The Church and Its Hole To- iy" will be the topic of study cdnesday night at the Student ■nter. < at holies The Triduiuti of the Immaculate inception will be observed at 7:30 in. Wednesday, T...

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

iiiH I I PA€ Nc s Sci« for* Ian. 1 the den on* kn< Tw hi# qui thf lejr« I Ian to f pro dei vef he' WT it? ( t h« or coi pe tw< nw pa ti© tru In toi th Oh St hi; Pr lit vii Ai fu be of wi de set mi A.- ev fir iy pu i I PAGE 4—SPOPTs Rebound From 2-22? Is rt'lWffl11; mam The Campus Chat Basketball: I Friday. Dm the Depths? h Jj r 1 John Savage Oscar Miller Bud Forman Larry Cruise Ardie Dixon Coaches Duncan and Johnson Improved Flock Meets Cardinals Tonigh .. . ,t « . « i i 1-- ... i... i ...vt.iA «. (a ittaHifjUliit/ turn hriM ht on irood. and By TEMPLE POINCEY Lamar TWhV Cardinals, start- ing a rebuilding y«ar, and Nortli Texas. Katrle*. who hope they have left theirs behind, will take the Men's Gymnasium floor at 8 toniirht to open the 'fil-62 basket- hall season. Coach Jack Martin-* Cardi- nals, defending Lone Star Con- ference champion*, will have only one of lust year's starting five back in the lineup tonight. The Riedhirds lost their two top scorers and all but three let-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1961

' Friday. Dm. I, 1961 The Campus Chat PAGE 5 -SPORTS mi fa Met boll /V Hte AfVC & hot/Id Make OA/e of -th* benJpicMei, eve*# T* I Flock Mas Top Three Rushers In Conference SeasonTotals Wichita To Stress Offensive Method Thin i* the Ht«h in ii aerie* of article* on Miwtouri Valley Conference bnMkethall team*. Next week'* article will fen- lure the Drake Bulldog*. "We hud our best ever.'" moaned l)a vim. -«lill came in lifth." team "and ondv Brown BROWN DERBY 1 \vp <31 ofl I! til rl MI Chat Spoils \ Hii< A Gym of an Evening Strang* thini?* sometimes happen to a basketball team. You dull the memory of a completely lost previous season, add just one <>r two fresh ingredients, revamp the squad's mental attitude and, presto, you have a group of instant tigers on your hands. I walked onto the basketball floor. Several greeiustad tfiants were ianicuidly popping off shot* toward the basket. Few went in. An even larger irinnt whs casually nhoutjinir free throws toward one of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 December 1961

I i! p . Kiwi'; PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, !>•«. I, tHI Boomerang Whiz Can't Lose Hobby-It Keeps Returning H} «;K<HI<;K kimkkoi Mimt pciHoni would be unhap- py if ttH lr hobbies tufKirot'- rurijt Hj Not .In me* Boothw. H<>V un- happy if his~ dovan't. That'# be on use hf makes bocum-ranir-, the Austrnlian-oriirinated dubs thas can be thrown so that they set urn tin Hi* ov,tU>t. Itiidthi', it Sherman , uphonii<n\ hn# i '«*n making the wooden Mnw be was 18 y#ar« old $11 fai. Iw'js I'm-vpfl atiuut 20 it) all Boot he hw«w intereated a« m Ikiv in tryinjr t« i- n*truct u iM omerantf when ho first read of I hem in the Reader's Wjjest and an encyclopedia. Front that point on, he said, it was just "natural euriosity" that led to his hobby, \ lltlOMKK \M; can be made in j* bout two hours, he ex- plain wi The tool« of the trade are relatively simple. They in- clude a knife, sandpaper and (flue. There are three kinds of boomerang*. Boot he said. Most of hit- are a c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 December 1961

Eagles, Freshmen Sweep Pair From Cowboys Monday Night - 4 e*"*1" The Campus Chat 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1961 NO. 20 / J Future Office Seekers May Face Student-Faculty Screening Board From 27 Finalists . . . Weary Judges Pick 12 Yucca Beauties PRETTIER BY THE DOZEN could describe these 12 Yucca Beauty finalisti. The center trio is. left to right, Barbara Amiter, Beverly McLane and Jan Gothard. Immediately behind are, left to right, Carolyn Deuback, Diane Palamountain, Diane Daugherty, Cindy Thomas, Nita Sprague and Shirley Greer. In the rear are Karen Koncak, Bobbie Davis and Barbara Sollis. In Oklahoma Tourney . Four Debate Teams Win North Texas claimed four out of the five undefeated team* at the East Central State College debate tournament Inst, weekend. The four teams won medals for superior rating with 0-0 record* at the Ada, Okla., meet. Three other North Texans ranked excellent at the Southwest Texan State College tourney, San ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 December 1961

if JHHH-1 PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Part of Game . . wmm M|U Mi UgHK |ip"' iHUi Inexperience Results In Football Tragedies Iri the football season just completed, many of the headlines dealt not with the winning or losing of a game hut with peraoiu) who had diet! as a result of injuries sustained on the field. More than 40 players died this season as a result of football injuries, most of the victims being of high school age. It is tragic that so many should die in one year or that any should die at all. But one thing must be kept in mind. Football is a rough sport. It is not nec- essarily suicidal, but body contact in any form cannot help but cause injur- ies. When a mother and father allow their sons to play high school football, there must Ik- some realization of the possible danger involved In the past few years, padding has been added and added to the football uniform and certainly the possibility of injury is now diminished. But even with padding, it is not 100 per cent certain that n...

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