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

Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1961 Wiehe Displays Trumpet Skill At Concert Band Performance The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS -ACTIVITIES By Mil-TON ZIM\N Trombonist, Larry Wiehe <tiw- lilaytnl the todwlfw that has liruuprht him national ucclaim before mii onthusiaKtie uudlwuv of over 500 at the fall Concert ttaiul program Friday nttfht. WIICHK, who played with the I>iuid from 1W4S to 1960, per- formed "Phenomenal" and "Blue Hull* i f Scotland." H<* chose ''Blue Hells" beeaune he played it when he appeared with the hand at. the Tex km Music Educ cator's Convention in (ialvegton. The U.S. Navy Hatnl trom honiiHt, who is retiring from the Navy in four year*, demon trateil his *lull with the vary iriK tem|Kw presented in both numbers. He reached an almost unbelievably rapid pace in one of the passages in "Blue Hells." TIIK It KM MMIKK of the program mulched Wiehe'a per. formance. The 100-piece band, made up of members of the Marching Hand and containing different instrument a, added thr...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 December 1961

PA&E 4. SPORTS )WN DERBY 7 ffiairts leaped aj?ain. air. This time Savajre huge paw on the ball I >4%' Last-minute Santas do their Christmas shopping at the Boston Store Free Delivery Gift Wrapping Special Gift Counseling Gifts For All Members of the Family Nationally advertised brands to choose from. u nET1 Open Every Night Tilt 8:30 pjn. if I «aMmi The Campus Chat Same Song, Sixth Verse... Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1961 Good Grief, Charlie Johnson You ju«t couldn't belief it. You sat there and suf- fered through every antagonizing minute of it and you just couldn't believe it. You kept waiting for the Big Ex- plosion and it didn't come. You kept waiting for the ball to take ju«t one good bounce and it didn't. You kept waiting for the North Texas Eagles to make just one clutch play (for then the GikmI Guys would inevitably triumph) but it just didn't eonu*. And then the scoreboard clock winked out its fateful message: "0:00, Visitors 60. Home 54." You just couldn't Iwlieve it. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1962

! V S Camp us Chat Art Teacher Helps Lengthen Life of North American Man — Page 2 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JAN. 5, 1962 NO. 25 Panel Drafts Plan To Ban Frosh Cars By DAVI ELLISON Like the rare whooping crane, freshman-owned automobile* at North Texas alio may be doomed to extinction in the future. A proposed car ban and nine other recommendation* were pre- sented recently to student sena- tor* by a USNT Senate Apathy Committee working to discover reasons and remedies for the wan- ing school spirit at NTSU. Already, the committee's find- ing* have gained senate approval although no definite plans have been formulated to enact the vari- ous recommendation*. Committee Chairman Ted Kerr, Houston, stressed: "Freshmen should not be al- lowed lo bring their cars to school because that way it would become increasing dif- ficult to leave lien ton for metropolitan areas." The committee report also vaguely indicated that freshmen should be limited to the nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1962

J I ft. ■iiiiil PAGE 2—KXTORIAIS Citizens To Decide ia lliiii ■ , , : Street Issue Causes Confusion in Council * ! ,< m The Campus Chat Friday. Jan. S, 1962 In U.S. Archaeological Circles . .. Art Prof Helps Explode Time Three times since last summer the one-way street question h«s warranted City Council action. And possibly the group's last decision—calling for a vote by the citizenry—was u sound move. Last July the council announced a bold new plan—a system of one-way streets that, although successful in many other Texas cities, would bring possible conflict in Denton. The little would be against long blocks, inadequately spaced cross- streets, dead-end streets and habitual "two-way driver*." Rut if the system could function in the presence of its enemies, traffic flow was sure to be smoother Struggling, the young system began to prove itself, but simultaneously created | >roblems—one-way sj ieed w a vs. for example. In December, the council listened to a strong protest by a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1962

Friday, J«n. 5, 1*62 From Ball to Maffla The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES f rats Plan Varied Activities Variety will be the byword of the fraternities this weekend us (irtiek activities range from a cor- onation hall to a Motrin party and t|U«r« dance. Helta Hiicmn I'hi The coronation hall will be HpoiiMired by the Delta Mi|> ut the Henton fountry Club at 7:M p.m. Saturday. The bent pled ire and "dream girl" for 1982 will be announced Hi the dance. I'hi Kappa Sigma The underworld will take over at 8 p.m. Saturday its the Phi Kup.i hold a Malfia party ut the National Guard Armory. | I'i Kappa Alpha A dinner at the Chalet in HuIIum it. on the I'iK \ attends for t> p.m. Saturday. Ortlm A square dance will he held by | the tiee/.le* at the fairs Dude ; lianch in Grapevine at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Theta < 'hi The fall paddle presentation will highlight Theta ( hi ac- tivities at 7 p.m. Salurda> at the Kiverlake Countrv Club in Itallas. Pledge* will present their "bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 January 1962

"AGt 4--SPORTS The Campus Chat Spirit Rises. Eagles Fall Again U Friday, Jan. 5. 1962 The Basketball Twist... And a Sad Onlooker m Flock Flops 57-44, Pads Loss Column ARDIE DIXON (13) looks for an opening in a fence of Houston Cougars in Wednesday night's mas- sacre. The Cougars are Dick Thurman (53) and Lyle Harger. Frosh To Host Austin Monday, Tackle SMU Colts Thursday Coach Travis Duncan will he able to quickly observe the ef- fects of the holiday layoff on his team as the Eaglets encounter three teams within eight days. The Eaglets played Weather- ford Junior College Thursday night and will meet the Austin College B team at. 7:30 p.m. Monday in Men's Gymnasium. The Austin team, composed of freshmen and sophomores, split two games with the North Texaris last year. The freshmen will test the Southern Methodist Colts at Dal- las Thursday in the first of two meetings. The Colts have been giv- ing the Eaglets a rough time in the last few years, and the Ea- glets are hoping to start o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1962

45th YEAR Camp us Chat Flock To Take On St. Louis In First MVC Game Thursday — Page 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10. 1962 NO. 26 Senate Divides Over Sign Ban Plans Vote at Next Meeting For Election Candidates Rules Committee Vetoes ISO Debate Favors Screening j Screening Board Proposal ....... Photoby HARMON PKRKYMAN NASTY SPILLS ON ICY SIDEWALKS were common Tuesday morning at students walked to and from classes. Carolyn Arnold, Cleburne, is the unf ortunate coed taking the fall. She's being helped by Nancy Bane, left, Dallas, and Monta Craig, Fort Worth. Sleet, Snow Pelt Campus In First Flurry Spring Sign-Up Set Tuesday, Jan. 30 Frosty winds bearing 17-degree temperatures were whipping n light snow across the campus when North Texans awakened Tuesday morning. Automobiles crept along slick streets and snow powdered down on shivering students on their way to classes. The one-inch blanket of snow the first this winter--that was laid over the area start...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS As Well as on Court.. . The Campus Chat Wednwday, Jan. 10, 1962 W« I ill Eagles Merit Exhibit Of Spirit on Campus Last Wednesday night at the Men's Gymnasium, the crowd for the basket- ball game with the Universitx of Hous- ton was neither unusually large nor exceptionally small. As one onlooker said: "Not bad for a team which has won only two games." And it wasn't either. It could have been larger and should have been—but it was an im- provement over the attendance at some of the games last year. This is not another plea for student attendance at the games. All the words in the English language can't force stu- dents to feel proud of their university. But this is a congratulatory note to those who did attend the game and have been attending games in the past. Those students who were proud to sup- port their team never stopped backing the Eagles until the gun sounded. Such support normally pays off in renewed effort by the team. Since the players respond to spirit ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1962

Wodnetdoy. Jan. 10, 1962 IFC Selects Dates For Spring Rush The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS-ACTIVITIES Th«* Intcrfrnternity Council h « net MfirinK n'Kbtrution for Jan. '10 through Feb. 8 to coincide with «lw « reiristntlon. The raffMntion booth will bt? ]ix'nt«d in the Union Building and will continue to Kiyn up men i Iirouich the first day of claiweM. Studcnt who fnil to register for nh ut thin time will be permitted ti. retrinter late Feb. 5-7 in the Deun : Men's Offlre. Unshoes will need heir duplicate records and grade h«t ts ut the time they register. ftaiuiremants for rushees are a total «>f 14 college hours, of which hours may come from any urce, and a residence on this iinpus the immediate semester or full summer session preceding , ush with a grade point average >f 1.0. Record Review . . . Everybody Twists In Checker's LP 'Everybody Twist," sings Chub- v Checker in "Your Twist Party," urrcntly the most popular of his nlbunts, Not everybody, but incraasing numbers of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 January 1962

PA A! PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, Jen. 10, 1962 (Ml toi ex m$ wc eit h pr of * att in de: Bu th« ha Th po th. BUI (ff HCl fei bu lac ret int- ,K>: w* M / doi ha fr< sti a c is fiel I ad in* Sf- cil of frt t to the r liel del ad< ] dei its pr< for as* urn In! sat | I nig wit em 1 pre em cie in 1 rie< lti< 4 tor mu am en< I niaiii—inifiimiiinniii ii wirr n i Eagles Meet St. Louis Thursday "7" hooo-rmtwrn r.LOV Two Contests Open Valley Play for Flock TOMMY KIEFFER top Bitlikeri ball handler DONNEll REID . big Billiken forward GEORGE LATINOVICH , . St. Louis' leading scorer Ragle eager* will begin their Missouri Valley Conference sched- ule 11s they tackle the Billikens of St, Louis Thursday nnd the Drake Bulldogs Saturday in Men's Gym. St. Louis is 4-9 for the season and 0-2 in conference play. The MVC favorite, Cincinnati, downed the Bills 62-47, Drake outscored St. Louis und Bradley knocked off Wichita 70-68 in last week's com- petition. Tommy Kieffe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1962

nicitom* BO a bail Camp us Chat Cagers Prepare for Game With Cincinnati Saturday — Page 4 45th YEAR 8th Loss in Row Tulsa Drops Eagles, 76-61 Tulsa's Hurricane may have set a Men'* Gymnasium record Thursday night in dealing: North Texas its eighth straight loss 70-01. The Oklahoma Gale, blowinK up a fast hut deliberate style of of- fense, hit 69 per cent of itH shots, not missing a shot in the second half until it had built a 64-36 lead with only 11 minute* left. Guard* James King, who hit 10 of 13 from the field, and Floyd Huffines, with 7 of 9, led Tulsa with 28 and IB point* respectively. Ardie Dixon pumped in 20 for NT8U, and John Savage hit 18 and blocked six shots, but the porou* Fugle defense gave Tulsa 15 layup* in the second half, nnd the visitor* missed only two. Coach Joe Swank sent his team out after a 30-30 first half with a shifting, seeking offense which worked the ball under the NT bas- ket for one and two minutes at a time before springing someone free or drawing on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS One-Way Vote Small Even Margin Split of Shows Views Braille System The Campus Chat College Denton dozens have chosen to main- tain the one-way street system on a permanent liasis. thus supporting the ideas of the Planning and Zoning Com- mission. In the special election Jan 23 nearly half of Denton's qualified voters went to the polls in an especially heavy turn- out. The narrow margin favoring the sys- tem—179—indicates a fairly even split of opinion in the community. There were 2.6-15 who voted. The issue has been the subject of heated arguments since Labor Day when the one-way streets went into effect. This system is a necessary step in the Denton master plan, a necessary step in the growth of the city. City Manager Homer Bly said that more ap- proach signs will be erected, and work to improve the system will continue. Particularly around the campus there is need for better planning. Those who did not favor one-way streets have little choice now but to get used ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1962

Friday, Feb. 2, 1962 The Campus Chat Berlin Visitor Reports Wall Guards PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES Grim Wofli "Il'n drab. It'n ifrim. Vou felt like thin wuw another world all of a sudden." ThatV how Charlen Dameron, news editor of the 1>hIIuh Time* Herald, dnerlM life on the eat t nide of HerllnV in'anious wall in a speech sjionsored by fl%nui Del- ta ('hi Jan. 10. Itameron wu one of veral newsmen who were flown to Ber- lin by United Artist# for the world premiere of "Judgment at Nurem- berg." u motion picture dealing with the trials of Nasi war crimi- nal* after World War II. "This is a great city of eon trasts," he told some 60 students at the meeting. Ilameron described West Ber- lin as h beautiful and prosper- ous city. He said the men dressed i|uite well and the Ger- man women were very chic and attractive. Much of the war-torn city has been rebuilt through the tremend- ous energy of the German people, he explained. Across the Communist wall, however, the picture was not a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat 'vf ■ fl Z =L . |jHk< . • ' .' ' 'i';ivvl..!K>'-;.,: -mHH[u ,. ■ ■ repare If Makes A Difference Friday, Feb. 2, by James Gi North Texa* eager* may be tempted to barricade the doors of Men'* Gymnasium thin week, but even if they do, the Cincin- nati Bearcats will find a way to (ret in Saturday night, For in the last 12 months Cincinnati ha* found ita way into an NCAA title, u holiday tour- nament championship and a leading spot in the national ranking:*. THE NATION'S No. 2 or .1 team, depending on the poll, is due in town at 8 p.m. Saturday for a struggle with the Eagles. During final exams, the Bear- cat* clobbered the Flock 89-til Possible Revision Due In Intramural Handbook; Cage Action Continues Revision of the 1961 Intramural Handbook will be discuosed at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the intramural office, Dr. Jess E Cearley, ath- letic director, said Team captains are asked to meet with Cearley and other school officials. Intramural basketball will con-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1962

Friday, Feb. 2, 1962 Hie Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Rough Draft By Mike Rubun It's Retting to where you can't pick up the papers and fail to see that one tfroup of young gentlemen dressed in athletie togs has managed to get into a roundhouse strug- gle with another bunch dressed in the same type of getup, only of a different color. We are not referring to the game which they play, lie it football, basketball or parehesi, but to the huge fight which manages to break out midway in the second half. PERHAPS IT 18 easy to see that this aort at thing could happen to anyone. A pair of young innocents brush up against each other. One takes offense and says something like, "Your old lady wears sixe 12 shoe*," and things are off and running. For example: Recently down in Austin, in that cosy little cubicle which houses the basketball contests of the Longhorns, there was a titanic strug- gle which not only involved the players, but included members of the Texas student body along with a number ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 February 1962

PAGI 6 NEWS The Campus Chat Fridey, Feb. 2, 1962 February Films Pel). 6-8, Tu 'wlay-\V««<lru's(lay—Ten Films will present "End of Innocence." nri Argentine production, at the Student Art Theater Fel . 20-22, Tuesday-Thursday- "L'Av ventura," another Ten Films presentation at the Student Art. was made in Italy. Music Fet). 5. Monday—The A Cappella Choir will sing a wide variety of selections in the Music Recital Hall at 8:15 p.m Sports Feb. 8, 6, 8. 20. 26—The local basketball quint will meet some of the finest teams in the nation, Iiefrinning with Cincinnati Saturday niprht. The Eajrles close their home schedule this month. Game time will be 8 p.m. in the Men's Gym. Basketball Tops 1Lab Band, Orchestra Play Month s Agenda _■ ma * n I ■ t t 'For Music Educators of Texas Both the String Orchestra and the Lab Hand art- repreaenting the university at the annual Texa* Mimic Kdueator* Association con- vention In Dallas. The meeting opened Thursday and will continue through Satur- day. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1962

'oa M3AV 'IH •d i1 The Campus C Eagle Cagers Burrow Deeper Into Dungeon After Wichita — Page 4 4'.th YEAR NORTH TIXAS STATI UNIVERSITY, DiNTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1962 NO. 28 NT Faculty May Take IBM Course IBM specialists will l>«Kin in- structing members of the faculty and administrative staff Tuesday afternoon In the use of a new IBM 1 *120 Computer which is ex- pected to arrive about March 1. Application* for the clans should he made with the departmental head* and these should be sub- mitted to the Vice-President's Of- fice by noon Friday, President J. C. Matthews announced. Sessions will be held in room 154 of the Business Administra- tion Building from 2:30-5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The first of three programs, Basic Computer Systems and Ap- plications will meet Feb. 13, 15, 20 and 22, and the course will de- velop general familiarity with the equipment. Symbolic Programming will begin Feb. 27 and run five weeks through March 20. The program of computer logic ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1962

mm w '■ m PUR , lM!!lM! IWp!w,|{1 • 7 I PAGE 2—EDITORIALS To Talons, School The Campus Chat Wodnoxloy, Fob. 7, 1962 From Cabs to Coeds Mascot Would Bring Student Leaves Logging for Learning New Responsibilities North Texas' spirit group, the Tal- ons. has made another proposal to boost school spirit—but this one is the most complicated yet. The Talons have volunteered to feed and care for a bald eatrle if the univer- sity will accept him as a permanent mascot. The eagie, now recuperating from a wounded wing in the Fort Worth Zoo, would be housed on campus and would replace the present troublesome system of borrowing an eagle from the zoo for each football game. But a bald eajrle is a fierce bird, and if the Talons find a place to keep the bird, they must consider the problem of handling him. Shasta, the University of Houston cougar who visited the campus in the fall of 1960, is handled by a profes- sional, Richard Lassetter, who carries At School Text Level a 38-caliber revolver wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1962

Wednesday, Feb. 7, 1962 Traveling Choir Brings Home Excellent Samples of talent The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES lt> BHKNOA lUSSFII If Monday night's concert in the Music Recital Hull whs any indi- catiufi of the kind of performances that the A Cappella Choir has been giving on its recent tour, then North Texan in well represented. The group, dressed in turquoise <iinl gold choir robes for the first half of the program and formal at- tire for the last, gave the audience a splendid display of its collective talent. The program given was the same one that the choir has been presenting in their tour of seven southwest Texas cities. Their last tour appearance will be Feb. 19 in Frisco, "We have had nice appreciative crowds," said Director Frank Mc- Kinley. A humorous German song, "Die Beredsamkeit," by Haydn, brought chuckles from the audience after the master of ceremonies, Jon D. Smith, Dallas, explained the lyrics. He said that, the song told how "useless chatter is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 February 1962

pffi n' PAGE 4-, PORTS Eagles Run Behind As Record Attempt Gets Meet Spotlight North Texas' slender delega- tion to the first annua) Dallas Indoor Track Mw>i found itself overshadowed by the pole vault competition, but still managed to grab a few laurels. Richard Menchaca, running in the 1,000 yard-run, «n over- taken in the last two lap* and finished second. H1LI. ARGO managed u fourth spot in the 400-yard run and teammate Guan Miller took a fourth place in the broad jump. The feature attraction of the evening turned out to be the pole vaulting with Dexter El- kins battling North Texas ex David Clark. Elkins won the event with a jump of 15-6 and then had the bar set at 16 feet, one half inch. Three tries at a new world's record failed. HON FOX. finishing second in the open division 600-yard run, was the only North Texas freshman who placed in the meet. However, Fox's 1:15.6 was one-tenth of a second faster th"in the winning time in the university division. Fred Pink and Larry Or...

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