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

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1961 Coeds Become Cobbl ers in Attempt To Match Accessories to Costume The Campus Chat PAGE 3 ACTIVITIES AMUSEMENTS Hjr JANET EVANS Thu* old cobbler'* bench Iihh changed itn style since the days of K'rf«t-KrrHndf th ti', but the tank is ulrnoi t the same, North Tcxhk co- wl* are discovering. AlthouKh the *h<H'(t Ki°«'Hf-Kraiid- fiither'a cobbler made often were of hard leather, today'* Mtyie-con- rteioiiH ifirU- can even have shoe* covered to match a garment. Tip# on how lo accomplish this feat for the feet are given in Hum*' KconomicB 187. Art in Oloth- iiik', which offers ifirls the oppor- tunity t put their imaxination to work. The clans is taught by Miss Clara L<mwQh*tein <>f the School of LA D O L C E n VITA Recommended for Adults THE MOST TALKED-ABOUT PICTURE OF OUR YEARS! SMASHING BOX OFFICE RECORDS EVERY- WHERE! STARTS TODAY Features: 1:30 4:30 7:30 ALL SEATS 90 CENTS _^/.l Telephone 387-2412 Home Economics. They also learn to make Ntylitih hat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 December 1961

w ' J page 4—spouts IBSSmI HI • '';:'"i':r<.f'uu;J The Campus Chat W! 5w hps www I ; mm ■ li'M '■} r : ■• ■ .11 !%!■'■ i Si# 1 ?«ja VYMnesday, Dec. 6, 1961 Flock Bounces PL b n North To***' Katies, paced by two *l*«hy intltvidunl per- furmam-e« arid !m. team cf fort, bouaeeil buck from a dis- courogitlg opening Rem* loss and rolled ovar the hot-shooting iiatcHn-Simmotii' t\mbojr* ga-Tfi VJumJwy night it) Abilene The F.airi«'« lost. their opeMr Friday night to Lamar Troh 70- SO. |iu« it wa.s s different story nt Abilene, where 'he impetus to vict«r>' w*s provided by aon- ioi eo-eapfatin Ardie Dixon ami sophomore center John Savage DIXON HAl one of his beat Sighta i vri n> nn Ragle. Thi' (M forward hit It* of !8 shuts from the floor and H of 10 fr throws MR he i othn'tod 'M point*. Ssivafc"«- scored 38 points and trrithhed 11 rebound*, tho jrame'# top fiifurt' off th«- board* His bimpNrt contributions, however, i'n- two t re mend" us dunk .-hot* nnd two clutch frt?-' throw* i...

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

J FtOX C CO"r' WUPS The Campus Chat 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, DEC. 8. 1961 NO. 21 Dallas Symphony, Bardas Gain Plaudits of Near-Capacity Crowd Recital Hall Organ Dean Praises Musicians 2,000 Pipes Cross Atlantic !' In 15rtl APPearance Here . . Alexander Lukyn, played by Jack Ellis, left, leemi a little startled when he sees that three are a crowd. Also bewildered, Charlotte, portrayed by Carol Stovall, stares at the intruder, John Peninger, who plays Cis Farrington in the University Players' "The Magistrate." The curtain rises Wodnesday for a three-day run in the Main Auditorium. By MILTON ZIMAN It's u long way from Hamburg, Germany, to Denton, but for almost 2,000 organ pipes the oceanic jour- ney is nearly over. Anil after a six-month delay in the manufacture (if the pipes, the North Texas School of Music hopes to start the new year with a new baroque pipe organ. This latest addition to the Music Recital Hall was ordered two year* ago. The delay...

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

in ^ ...'Tr: ffiif'lSro M *< I m I if tAGi 2—EDITORIALS Need More Homework The Campus Chat Armed With Research Grants Friday. Dm. I, 1961 U.S. Students JFK's Fitness Flunk Exam Faculty Explores Old, New Frontiers Apparently the student of today is using his brain more than his brawn. In a went physical fitness test among students throughout the nation, it was established that approximately half of the 200.000 tested failed the minimum test fur physical fitness. This report, recently released by President Kennedy's Council on Youth Fitness, confirms a summer <"hat poll of students who professed their physi- cal prowess was on the downgrade. Dr. Jess K Oar ley, director of physi- cal education and athletics at North Texas, reports that the test was recent- ly administered to NTSt' freshman and sophomore male students in accordance with the President's request. When the results are completed, probably by February, students will be able to compare their physical capa- bilities wit...

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

Friday, Dm. 8, 1961 For Gls Going Overseas . . . The Campus Chat PAGE 3— KAs Pool 650 Paperbacks Some people probably though, that tht- Kappa Alpha fraternity was starting it* own private li- brary. Kappa Alpha member* and pledges collected ti50 paperback books after receiving a rush request from the American Red Cross to help gather reading material for servicemen at Port Hood who were to leave Dec. 1 for oversea* duty. Mrs. Mary Uumbill, executive secretary of the Denton County Chapter of the Red Cross, con- tacted KA president Darrell Mc- (lill and asked if the KAs would gather the 500 books requested by the field director at Fort Hood. Pledges and members completed the project in less than six hours. At 8 p.m. Saturday the fraterni- ty will hold its traditional Sweater Dance ut the American Legion Hall. The Sweater <!irl for 1981 will he selected. Kappa Alpha ha* been practic- ing for the Creek Howl football game with Sigma Nu. The two fraternities will meet Dec. 19 in the ch...

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

pi m ii ' • Pi s 1 i • . PAGE 4-—SPORTS L The Campus Chat Eagles Look to In riWv^TfSRi w ■■■.'■ : :-v:; ;■ .V:,'. C\fU/ ©i, ■ ia •••■ ;.:U .... •!■■■. r. ' ., ■ : Friday, Dec. 8. H f ; urn ■ Little 0' on the Move Oscar Miller drives around a screen set by teammate Norm Col- qlaiier (10) in the Lamar Tech game Friday night. Looking on are Tech's George Zurenda and James Barrum (43). By TEMPLE I'OI NCEY Buuyed by a hard-fought win in Abilene, the Katies will try to nhow the home folk* what they can really do a* they meet the University of Arkunaas at 8 tonight. The game is one North Texas been looking forward to for u long time. "We would almost, rather beat them than a conference team," Coach Charles Johnson said in November, indicating the rival- ry already established between NTSl' and the KazorbackB. LAST YEAR in Fayetteville the Kagles pressed the Porkers hard before losing 94-80. In lDfiB the two schools will begin play- ing football Tonight's match look* far bet- ter after the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1961

Friday, Dec. 8, 1961 The Campus Chat n PAGE 5—SPORTS RdjjkJy Btown BROWN DERBY Chat Spo h Editor Department Department OLD PHIL080PHER DEPARTMENT -Sometimes an athletic team will form into a Hmooth-workintf, efficient and flghtinR unit in a hurry. Sometimes it won't. And sometimes the jelling of a team depends considerably on luck, or lack of same. Witness the mysterious case of the unfortunate North Texas varsity football team Myriads of injuries and ill- nesses prevented the footballers from mounting any type of cohesive team effort and balanced attack. Matter of fact, rumor has it that the most crowded areas of Dallas on Saturday afternoons this fall were the window ledgres of the Blue Cross Building. DEPARTMENT OF SPECTACULAR UNOFFICIAL STATISTICS — Prom re|M rters in several remote areas comes this shocking revelation: The North Texas football team may not have set any NCAA offensive or defensive highs this tall, but they did come up with one impressive department. The boys gro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 December 1961

PAGE 6—NEWS SSff'tfr The Campus Owl Construction, That Is . .. ij! r ■ rf - !i,;| ;';;v ^ Friday, Dec. I, 1961 Decorators Race for Train %!: Ii> mill RICH MAN Christmas time nutans ruiih, rush, rush not only for tho shopiHT, but also for the man behind the arentm- the window display artist. And the seasonal trend is cur- rently being experienced by Mrs. Helen Wright's art in busi- ness and fashion merchandising students. They are doing every- ihing from decoratir.K windows to building a train. WINDOWS AHE a regular assignment, but the train is a one-time thing. The locomotive, made of nail kegs and bits of scrap lumber, is being made to help attract attention to the Optimist Club's Christmas tree sale. Once completed, the train will sit atop the Optimists' shed on Highway 24. Painted bright red, the three-car "express" will carry a Christmas tree on its Hat car. THE YULET1UE SEASON isn't the only busy one for Mrs. Wright's students. They stay oc- cupied the year around handling U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1961

i M. t i The Campus Chat Men, Women Share Concern Akout Armed Forces Callup — Page 2 4',th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13. 1961 NO. 22 FIRST PERFORMANCE BY AMERICANS ... 'Magistrate' To Open Tonight By DIANA DEEVEH Tonight will mark the first American showing on rec- ord by an American theatrical group of Arthur Wing Pe- nero's "The Magistrate." University Players will present the English comedy in the Main Auditorium at 8:16. The play will run through Friday. Foreign companies have presented the play in the United States, but there is no record of a production by any other college group or American professional com- pany, said Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton, director. A preliminary showing was given last Friday night to a group of about 100 Future Teachers of America from the surrounding area attending a convention on campus. "The Magistrate" is a satire on the Victorian period and involves a magistrate, or judge, of that time. He is a bewildered, blus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1961

r I pjfil FAGI 2—(EDITORIALS r-'m Plan Needs Pigeonholing . . . Screening Threatens Election USNT repreMntetiveti responded with some dissension whan the Rules Committee promised a student-faculty screening board to wlect candidates for future elections. No wonder Ridiculous proposals have been brought to the sen- ate floor he fort. However, this one wins consideration as the most absurd, most undemocratic proposal yet devised. The student body bases its votes on political views and personalities. The USNT constitution requires satisfacto- ry scholarship of candidates. What oth- er qualifications remain for a screening board to use in choosing candidates? Obviously, if all students receive rep- resentation (or a chance for represen- tation) of their political views and per- sonalities, these issues must be decided at the polls, not by a board, A board that would decide these qualities in can- didates would give campus voters rep- resentation of that small group, making campus politi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1961

Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1961 Veteran Trombonist To Solo As Guest of Concert Band The Campus Chat PAGE 3 -AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES Lawrence Wiehe, who begun playing the trombone ut the age of 4 before he could hold the ifMtruinent properly, will be guest soloist with the f'oneert Bum! at 8:15 p.m. Friday in the Muftic Recital Hull. Wiehe. now a noloiMt with the L'.S. Navy Band in WaHhingtun, D C., and also an ex-student of North Texas, was encouraged by his parents to start him musical training early. AT KIRHT he had to fasten his instrument to a stand be- cause he wan too small to hold it in a proper position. For several years he also used an extension handle in order to reach the po- sitions on the slide. HE PRACTICED an average of three hours a day all through in ad. school. While he was in the tifth grade he won a national hiieh school solo contest in tran- smit, Mich. Maurice McAdow, North Texas band director who tuuirht Wiehe Record Review Tiffany's' LP Climbs To 18th in Popularity H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 December 1961

PAGE *—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wodnetday, Doc. 13, 1961 The Ozark Slicker Mean ol' Arkansas Razorback Larry Hogue filches the ball from Eagle Norm Colglazier (10) in the Hogs' 68-61 victory Friday night. Razorback Jim Wilson (24) looks on with apprehension and Eagle John Savage (14) arrives too late to prevent the open larceny. Perkins Signs With LA Rams; Christie Picks Canadian Team Two of North Texas' finest 1961 i football performers, fullback Ar- j thur Perkins and halfback Billy I Christie, have signed professional J football contracts. Perkins signed with the Los j Angeles Rams of the National ■ Football League and Christie signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League. Perkins, 6-0 and 220 pounds, was the Missouri Valley Conference's third leading rusher over the past Sports Bits . , WF Coyotes Roll On Texas schoolboy football reach- es its finale this weekend with the j four engaging in their champion- ' ship games. In class AAAA, the Wichita Falls Coy...

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

Does System Alleviate or Increase Traffic Problem? ... CITY'S END TO ONE WAY BRINGS TWO-WAY SPLIT Hy DAVll) KI.EMENT, Chat Editor Am Denton driver* revert to their former driving habits starting Jan. 1, will the city of Denton also be reverting to a traffic system which is outmoded and inadequate? This is ju t one question which uroae as the Chat sought Wednesday to uncover some of the factors be- hind the City Council'# decision to abolish the relatively new one-way street system effective Jan. I. Perhaps a statement made by a traveling salesman and quoted by one councilman will answer the ques- tion: "When I drive through a town which has two-way streets and a nickel cup of coffee I never stop. I just keep driving through." However, a number of other questions arose as both sides' opinions were polled. Was the one-way system effective in alleviating the acute traffic prob- lems of Denton, or did it merely add to the congestion nnd inconvenience motorists as well? Why didn't the on...

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

Sp J.M jj1, X My smifl *AG£ 2—KXTOKIAIS Aid Welfare Department . i 1 ii ■ i:H; 1 ■ i1 < 1 " j Students Take Time To Prove Citizenship Many North Texas students have it vain shown their willingness to be good citizens in their temporary home by helping the Denton City-County Wei- fare Department with its pre-Christmas activities. The welfare department depends al- most entirely on the Christmas time col- lection of food and clothing to maintain its supplies throughout the year. Food is the most needed item Mrs. Buddie Henderson, who is in charge of the welfare department, en- thusiastically praised students for their work in helping the city's needy. "You've got the best bunch of girls and boys 1 ever saw." she said. Campus organizations help every year with Christmas activities, Mrs. Henderson said. Panhellenic and some other Greek organizations have already offered assistance. More groups will probably volunteer next week, she add- ed. But the welfare department can use all the ...

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

Friday, Dec. IS, 1961 fi if' far tool Children ,. , Greeks Make The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES Like St. Nick My JOHNNY I'OWKKS Yea, Viririnia, I,hurt- i« a Santa Claua. And many Denton children think he may very well he a fra- ternity member. That's* because several fraterni- ties and sororities are playing Sunt* Claw# this week for children in Denton. Phi Kappa Sigma and Delta (lamina combined their effort* at ♦1 p.m. Wednesday to give 80 boys from the Denton State School a party at the Phi Kop house. Santa made his appearance and paused out presents to the lioys. Lambda Chi Alpha and Chi Omega will honor Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home with a party Wednesday. The two organizations will pool I heir money to buy a present for the home. Delta Sigma Phi's party will make the children a dual recipient of Christina* cheer. The Delta Sigs will decorate the gymnasium at the home for a party at (1:30 p.Blt. Tuesday. Kach child will be given a pres- ent by u member. At...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1961

, I r Ills Mf W "it 1 , s iliiiii 1 ■■ ■ PAGE 4—SPORTS Senior Star Credits Savage Ardk Dixon. The Campus Chat Alt I Wave fiftkHw iif To Do Is Shoot' Friday, Dec. IS, 1941 Cager Third In Valley Scoring H> TEMI'LK IHH NU,Y J <♦ *• Savage t. >k a jmmms froii i Bud Fortnun and wheeled around for a jump shot Tt* butt skimmed off the rim, however. and x t riu irf 220-pound lad* weartafll red shirt* closed in on the falling' orange ball. Then out i f ihe crowd rtw e a longr arm extended from th«* \vhit«- jersey of Ardie IMxon H racing at the top of his leap. the speeding Ragle slapped in two of his points in another of the- puxsling string of Ra«le totMie*. Certainly Arkansas, whose crush of big forwards was out- plays! by the smaller Knglea, felt that iti opponent* just could not go m losing with player* like Dixon Through skill and determination Dixon has developed from a hetter-than-average player «* lackadaisical tww to the 20- point«-per gam«: *tar of the rapidly improving 1I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1961

1961 're of rie- At nitlt V(H*| 4 "V iv I nb I 111- t l!> ji ii i I Ffiday, Dec. 15, 1961 P..mdy Blown BROWN DERBY Chji Spoils F.diu Gymnasium Gymnastics A proa section at any sjiortinK event is designed to . I>e a .sober, objective place whore sober, objective reporters I can be sober and objective. Newspapermen sit in this sec- tion along with publicity men, radio broadcasters, scouts, conference officials and tired janitors. These gentlemen of the press, etc., busy themselves with various tasks such as taking notes, writing down statistics, drinking coffee and sleeping. But being sober and objective—never. TAKE VN^ EAGLE home basketball game, for ex- ample. If you look closely you may see any manner of ac- tivities taking place, none of which are in any form or fash- ion objective. Matter of fact, many of these activities are not even sober in character. Take the News Service and Chat reporter section. This is as sterling a group of friendly, courteous, loyal, trust- worthy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 December 1961

rnrnmrnM,^ W}-rT i 5®i !? ft sl-i JAGE 6—NEWS Blaze Interrupts Sig Ep Lunch; Boys Run to Rescue Clothes The Campus Chat Friday, Dec. 15, 1961 'The curtain that hung over SINCE A LI. the boys were eat- this closet probably blew over thin ing in the other house, some mem- •love. and whoosh!' ber* simulated that if the fire had Thafu how David Allen, Dalian,; not been discovered when it waa, explained the cause of the fire in ! the whole house would have been his room that sent Sig Kp mem- I destroyed. Iter* rushing from their noon meal Wednesday to rescue clothes and battle the hlaie DAMAGE TO the house, located at 1702 Maple, was estimated at lietween $4(Hi to $500 by Ted Kerr, Houston, Sig Ep president. "Every stitch of my clothe* was damaged." said John Harrison of Dallas. The fire was discovered by Ed Paynter. an alumnus from Dallas. Visiting the Sig Ep house, he was using the telephone when he spot- ted the blaze. Paynter quickly phoned the Fire Department and then warned the mem...

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

The Campus Chat Journalism Profs Take Over Editorial Page of Yule Issue - Page 2 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS Notice for Physicals Should Not Cause Males Undue Alarm Students who have received notices from their Selective Service boards to appear for physical examinations needn't be unduly alarmed. This is standard board procedure to find out who is physically fit for military service ami does not moan that these students will be pulled out of collage, J. E. Tompkins Jr., director of admissions, said Monday. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1961 NO. 24 He noted that a number of men who have asked the Registrar's Office about this matter recently have failed to keep the local boards informed of their scholas- tic standing. He added that Nurth Texas students who are unable to go home for physicals because of school work may take the ex- ams through the Denton Se- lective Service Hoard. Hut these arrangements must be cleared through their local boards. "Local Selective Serv...

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

ill# FAGI 2—EDITORIALS Ultraconservatives . . Fanatics Rush Forth To Meet Extinction In a nation whom- people are nervous- ly shuffling their feet on the* brink of international destruction there is a large group of political extremists who may be racing headlong toward the pre- cipice of their own doom. If history is an indication, these out- spoken ultraconservatives Hppear to hie clamoring for their own extinction as many of them totter on the "'fana- tic fringe." Such right-wing groups are not unknown in history: A recent example is Sen. Joseph McCarthy, who was censured by the United States Sen- ate for his irresponsible slandering of innocent men. Lesser lights of the far right have b en flickering back through the century. But nothing has attracted so many people on so large a scale as the current movements. The John Kirch Society is one of the most powerful of the superpatriot elements. Hut the Minutemen are prob- ably the most radical: They regularly train with firearms for...

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