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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1962

pi MICROFILM POX 8046-492* COLE DALLAS, TEX c C*?SP Camp us Chat 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. FEB. 9, 1962 Cear ley's Field house Chat: Rowdy Fans Disappoint Him — Page 4 ' ifc 29 For Science, Math Teachers School Awarded $14,000 Grant The National Science Foundation han awarded North Texas a $14,000 in-.service institute jrrant for hitrh school teachers, Dr. Robert C. Sherman, NSF campus director, an- nounced Wednesday. The pant will provide money for transportation, tui- tion and books to 40 high school teachers of biology, general science and mathematics. But those accepted will not re- ceive a stipend This year the NSF has given North Texas a total of $130,400 in the forms of a summer insti- tute, a summer research partici- pation program, the in-service pro- gram and an undergraduate science education program. Grant recipients will attend classes here each Saturday begin- ning with the fail semester of J962 and terminating after the HDrilift ter...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1962

PAG€ 2—EDITORIALS With Decisive Action USNT Senate Campaigning Saves Custom The Campus Chat Opera Remains First Love Friday, Feb. 9, 1962 Coed Finds U.S. Jazz in Germany Under heavy pressure from the stu- dent body, the I SN'T Senate demon- strated forethought and intelligence— rarities in campus government this year—when it voted Tuesday night to keep election signs in future student campaigns. And for once, the senate applied com- mon sense to a provision which, if passed, would have resulted in the rapid decline of student enthusiasm in cam- pus elections. The political renaissance period shows—at least this time—that the senate considers itself directly respon- sible to the students here. Those advocating the sign ban—who numbered only four when the vote was taken—said that a sign restriction by the administration is inevitable. They emphasized it would be to the senate's future benefit if it carried out the predicted administrative ban. But it is rather negative thinking to exp...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1962

Friday, Feb. 9. 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES Frat Calendar Lists Spring Rush Plans Open houses, smokers and out of town parties dot the fraternity schedule um spring rush swing* into full action Saturday. Delta Sigma I'hi The Delta 8igs la'gin their rush activities with open house Sutur- dny from 7-9 p.m. A western par- ty is planned Feb. 17 for the Delta Sigma I'hi rushaes and will be fol- lowed by a smoker at the frater- nity house from 7-!> p.m. Feb. 10. tjeeileH The plan their open house front I .'I p.m. Saturday. •Sigma I'hi Kpxilon The Sig Kps will hold open house from 3-6 p.m. Sunday ami will | . entertained at the Wylie Dude Ranch l>,V the Denton Couri Campus Calendar Nftlttrdu). F«'b. 10 to l, in.. North T«'*aw vt VUiivrrHity of Houston Mt lt<iu*for> Mundft), Feb. 12 4 i .n*„ IMnuo Oluli. Himopkiil (1«ail«<im- 900 ! .«*♦ . I'hi Million Ormriuft I'Mtu'MUon- Uoin«* Fi-oiiomW* HiiHiHdk 12"'. II: 80 ji.m,, Slumit I'hi, fraternity hmittr p.m.,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Cearley Talks of Attitude, Referees H> MILTON ZIMAN Br. Jen# Cearley. athletic director, Miid Wednesday he wm "dis- appointed" in (hi- North Tex*# student body as a result of a dem- onstration at Tuesday Bight'# game with Wichita. In a statement issued after the game, Dr. Oarley urged stu- dent# to remember their responsibility as representatives of the university. His comment* came after the officiating Tuesday night drew re- peated outbursts of indignation from the students. Many threw hail- like wads of paper onto the court in protest. The biggest reaction from the stands came early in the second half when a speeding Wheatahockor apparently plowed over Oscar Miller us he wnt driving in for a lay-up. The referees didn't see it this way, and a foul was called on Miller to the consternation of the fans. DURING THE (JAMK, Wichita was penalised 30 times, and the Eagles drew 28 personal fouls. Four of the North Texas starters had four fouls and one coll...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1962

Friday, Feb. 9, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Rough Dmft |Greenwood Recalls Big Win, Foresees Success for Golfers HyM^r Rabun SPORTS EDITOR MMV A Sudden Pain We stood back in the shadows when Lee lost at Get- tysburg. After all, we figured Robert knew what he was doing. We didn't complain when Roosevelt shut down the banks. All the wise |>eople keep their money in coffee cans anyway, we reasoned cleverly. But now, after much consideration, we feel that the time has come to step forward and get some of these things off our chest that have been causing an excess of pain in the abdominal region. OVER AT the gym the other night, North Texas entertained Wichita. Now Denton is looked upon by most members of the con- ference ax a soft touch The reason that they look upon Denton as a soft touch is that Denton is a soft touch. By soft touch, we mean that not only is North Texas cosily nestled in the cellar of the MVO race, but that seldom does the crowd get so out of hand that it has...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1962

PAGi 6—-NEWS The Campus Chat ap fa P'iM j 1^1,! ,It I Cold Cash Lost Hot Checks Flourish A student taking a chance on • hot check may And himself in "hot water." Many student* don't know it, hut writing a fl had check could coat theiti. at the mini- mum, $36 40 in fines If the of- fence is repeated the offender can he Kent to jail for two year* and fined up to $600. This i* the word from Denton County Attorney John Lawhon. who *ay that now, more than ever Iwfore, hot-check writer# are being prosecuted to the full extent of the law. For example, Thursday a stu- dent enrolled at North Texas last semester received 30 days in jail and « $100 fine front County Court Judge W. K. Bald- Extension Revisions Will Make in Catalog A new Extension and Corre- ipondence Catalog, expected to be ivailable in March, will include revisions in the courses offered, semester hours, number of les- sons and instructors, according to Mrs. Bettie Priddy, division di- rector. The present catalog, which will r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1962

Long-Term Investment Senators Examine Methods To Construct Time Capsule The Campus Chat 45th YEAS NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14, <962 NO. 30 A miniature cross wtion of the university a* it is today muy !>• locked inside a time capsule for a generation of North Texans to see 100 years later. Plans for the device were dia- cuHhed by members of the U8NT Senate Tuesday night. TVo types of capsules were presented. But the senate delayed action on the project pending further investiga- tion and administrative approval. Diagrams Shown Kenneth Leach, Gainesville, showed a diagram of a capsule he built for Gainesville High School several years ago. The cap- sule consisted of a lead box set on a concrete base. The metal cham- ber containing the documents was then covered with a concrete lid. Both containers were sealed against moisture und air. Arlie Edwards, Garland, pre- sented plans for a stainless steel capsule which would probably bet- ter preserve ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS i1 MMmi,& I'l'Mav*;- . f t liip The Campus Chat Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1962 In Long Run Deferred1 Plan Brings Best Greek Members Object: Scottish Fling Cosmopolitan Coed Desires Bagpipes Social fraternities and sororities are currently in the middle of spring rush activities. They're going all out to con- vince rushees that their particular group is best. There have been many criticisms of the rush system at North Texas. Many feel the "deferred" rush system used by Greeks on this campus is not as ef- ficient or practical as the "open" rush system used on campuses such as the University of Texas or Southern Meth- odist University. Under our system, rushees are "de- ferred" from eligibility to participate in rush for a certain period of time. At North Texas men must have at least 11 college hours, 12 of which must be at this school, and women must be at least sophomores (a mir .num of 80 se- mester hours), to be eligible to pledge- Supporters of the open rush system...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1962

Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1962 Los Caballeros Plan Party To Meet Riding Enthusiasts The Campus Chat PAGE 3AMUSfiMENTS-ACTiVITIES weelciu party Thursday will begin spring rush for Cabal- leros, the riding club. Members and ruaheea will meet at the Wom- en'# Gymnasium at 7 p.m. Anyone who liked to ride may oome to the party. Prospective members must take si riding tent to qualify for mem- bership. K"Irene (Varoia of Fort Worth in the newly elected spring sernes- ter president. Other officers are Hat llu hy of Midland, vice-presi- dent} Gigi Grant, Dallas, seere tary; Tom Rates, Corpus Christ!, treasurer; Clara Brent of Jeffer- son and Will Morris 0f Abilene, program chairmen; Mary Ellen Harris, Shreveport, La., reporter; Minna Horoviu, Newton, Mass., exes correspondent; Larry Me Creary, Dallas, «ergeant-ut-armK- Mi « Swept Bate* Ik adviser of the club, it (ion so red by the Wom- en's Recreation Association. Plans have begun for the an- nual horse show April IB at Kates Stables. History Club...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 February 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, F b. 14, 1962 Missouri Transfer Ebershoff Branches Out Tries Basketball. Track By RANDY BROWN In un age of specialisation iri athletic* you'd think it would )* hard to find an athlete who: Earned 11 high school letters in five different sport*. Start® at. center for Mis- souri Valley Conference basket- ball team Will participate in four track and field events when cage sea- son ends, And it is. Especially one who measures a gangling 6-7 Vis and weighs 205 pounds. But North Texas' crew-cut Dave Ebershoff fits this des- cription perfectly, THE EAGLES' biggest man has picked up three high school letters in track, four in basket- ball. two in football, and one in baseball and golf. But he's no jack of many trades, master of none. Ebershoff. who trans- ferred to North Texas from the University of Missouri last spring, reached the finals in Illinois broad jump and hur- dles competition his senior year, started at center for the Mis- souri freshman ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1962

mcr.srr-i BOX CO&fc-- i :t DALLASt cotsi® #11. 45fh VEAR The Campus Chat Ex-Gridders Inventory Finds Wide Variety of Professions — Page 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS f-klDAY, FEB. 16. 1962 NO. 31 Wire Stops NT Debater, Aids Opposition's Case Debater John Swaney was in the middle of hi* rebuttal in a debate with the University of Red- lands, Calif., when a Western Union messenger suddenly burst into the room. "Stop!" he ordered. "I've got a telegram for you." Swaney obediently halted, started reading the wire and then realised half way through that it was meant for the Redlands team. "I think this is for you," he said as he handed it over to his op- ponents, "perhaps an answer from your coach to some of our cases." This was one of the accounts of the Northwestern University tour- nament being told this week as North Texas" debaters took a rest. Most of the squad has been pre- paring for next week's tournament at Abilene Christian College. But Swaney and Anne Hodge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1962

I I 1 :fe 1 I ■ PAGE 2—EDITORIALS F _,iL3a|| ' ^ fffif' wras The Campus Chat Friday, Fob. It, 1962 In Newspaper Student Right To Should Speak Use Out Every American has certain rights that are guaranteed in the constitution. One of thew rights is freedom of speech To what extent is this right used by the average citizen and by what meth- ods can he make his voice louder and more noticeable? There are several methods, but one of the easiest and simplest is to have an idea, thought, proposed solution to a problem or a complaint voiced in a news- paper. Many students at North Texas have thoughts about organizations, classes, policies and many other topics, both local and international, but do not ex- press themselves. These students often complain that there is no way for them to voice their opinions. Rut there is. For Scientific Achievement As students of North Texas they may write letters to the editor of the Chat and if the letters are signed, writ- ten in good taste and on a subjec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1962

•day, Feb. 16, 1962 ■rat Rush Includes Weekend Df Pajama, Western Parties The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES Wen torn parties, pujuniii parties j playboy purlieu dominate the ne ak fraternity ruah pu he 0 itn aaeond week of activities. Mil Sigma l*hi The Delta Sign will go to (he I teuton County Sheriff I'(Mth«* building for a uextern uarty licit ining at 7:: « p.m. Saturday. \ formal smoker will l)i held at the fraterni- y house from 7-9 p.m. Mon- lay. Kappa Alpha The KAh will have their annual r« and Bars neiniformal in the ctu* Room of the AdolphuH tel Saturday. A formal smoker 1 he held at the I'at Boone untry Inn from 7-8 p.m. Mon- f. Grexlea The (iee l#a have scheduled heir formal wmoker from 9- I p.m. Wednesday. Kappa Sigma I'he Four 8eaaon* Room of the Tower Hotel in Dalian will be the netting of the Kuppa Sijf dance Saturday. The formal smoker wHi he from 7-# p.m. Thursday. Lambda Chi Alpha I'he Lambda (his have planned a party at the Dak ClilT Chamber of Commerce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1962

PA&t 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday. Fab. § t 8 4 a a u s I d s 7 t a o i: li t II v l 0 I t I ii t v f ( c a 1 S $ o t fl P ( Ex-Gridders Enter Pro Ball, Business K> MILTON IIMAN What happens to a football piavei when he leaves the col- lege gridiron ? In th* case of former Eagle playet*, training at North Texas haw failed the signal* for ca- rvers ranging from pro ball to a college pre>idency After 46 year* of football, the university took stock this week and found its former griddew have gained success in a variety of fields Sixteen have entered profes- sional football, and countless others are active coaches, teach- er* and businessmen. Professional football has been a natural goal for many exes. HAY RENFRO (1948.51) and BILL BISHOP (1949-50) are North Texas' longest active es- tablished stars in the National Football League. Even after 10 seasons of pro competition, Renfro, flanking halfback of the Cleveland Browns, still ranks as one of the most feared deep receiver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1962

Friday, Feb. 16, 1962 ■■■■■■■■■■■■Mi The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS I mm Rough Draft Williams Combines ■J j Hy Mi{e Rabun 'Murals, pro Golf EDITOR I ' w The Li file Man A Rood friend, who will be called Mr. Jone , related a rather strange dream to uh recently and we now relate it to you. It seeniH that in the dream, Jones was sitting at the dinner table munching his evening; nieal, when the paper napkin in his lap slid to the floor. When he reached down to pick it up, Jones saw a Little Man in a tuxedo leaning up against the table leg. "No thank you," said Jones, "I bought a set of en- cyclopedias last week." "Ah, no," said Little Man. "You have me wrong. I am not selling encyclopedias. In fact, I am not selling anything. I am giving things away free of charge." Jones thought a minute. Somewhere, there's a gim- mick, he reasoned. "What are you giving away," h ' said cautiously. "Wishes," said Little Man. "WELL HOW ABOl'T that? Just what I've been short of all week," Jones snickered s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 February 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS W* Campus Chat Friday. Feb. 16. 1962 Carla, Plane Crash CAP Offers Help B> GKMGB K1MHKOIT.H The wave* were splashing over the Galveston sea wall and tin- wind wm blowing violently as three North Texas Civil Air Pa- trol member* helped battle Hur- ricane Carla. The headquarter*, located in the old Science Building, houses the radio equipment. The CAP control station in Or- ange, Tex., requested that they re- main on the air to relay messages since communications were ao With normal communication* poor Both Munn and Ruggia re- disrupted, the CAP members were called on to aid in radio contact between Denton and the stricken area One member, in Galveston when the storm hit, ran errands on the scene. Nothing New This type of work was nothing new for CAP members. Emergen- cies are their business. During the summer a civilian aircraft crashed near the Denton Experiment Sta- tion. CAP members helped keep sightseers away and determine the cause of the crash. Last April, when t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1962

400 WeeHcenc/ Guests FBLA To Meet Here With only two days for last- minute preparations, North Texas business studenta are expecting al- moat 400 delegates to attend the Future Business Leader* of Amer- ica convention on the campus Fri- day and .Saturday. Plans for the convention's com- mittee* and contests have been inade by member* of Phi Beta Lambda, with the assistance of the organisation's sponsor, Roland Johnson of the business faculty. Th - NT8U chapter will enter Linda Luper of Fort. Worth in the Miss Future Business Executive contest, This contest will be one of the convention's highlights, Johnson said. Also, a Mr. Future Business Ex- ecutive will be named from the college students, and a Mr. and Miss Future Business Leader from the high schools. Magazine Publishes Articles by 2 Profs Two North Texas professors, Dr. J. L. Gerding of the foreign language faculty and Jim Lee of the English department, have arti- cles appearing in the South-Cen- tral Bulletin. "The Greek Roma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1962

' PAGE 2—EDITORIALS If Teachers Willing The Campus Chat In Texas Colleges, Universities Wednesday, Feb. II, 1962 V • ■ . I Test File Could Help Students Preparation TACT Amplifies Educators' Voices A member of the I SN' T Senate dis- closed optimistically last week thai a "test tile" will lw< in operation in the library by March. The senator expressed hope that at least one test from each course would 1k available to students in the reserve room. The proposal is an excellent one, but it may run into difficulty. A test is jus1 as personal to a profes- sor as his shoe size or his age. Some teachers on campus have already ex- pressed disapproval of the plan and have said that they intend to hold onto their exams. The freshman student, and any other for that matter, is often in the dark unless he knows the kind of test the professor likes to give—whether it is general, fairly comprehensive or ex- tremely exact in detail. Should the student divide the mater- ial up in sections and pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1962

IV. : |<i ]y r & •is. WadnMday, Feb. 21, 1962 Club Notes Republicans Reserve Train Car to Amarillo A private railroad ear hint been reserved by member* of the Young Republican!) Club to travel to the ,tate convention in Amarillo March l«. Thirty-five people are required to reserve u ohi, and with the help ">f delegate., from Texas < hrintian University and Dalian County the neceaaary quota has been reached. "Fourteen have ulready agreed to H" With the North Texas group," Charles Judd, Sherman, said. "And we hope that enough from the iMiiipuf will go so that we have to reserve another car." I'lii' round-trip Care is $|!t.8tl. "We expect to leave from either liaHaw or Fort Worth at 10:15 |i,m. March 15, arriving at 7:15 the next morning," Judd added. The club elected new officers Thursday night. They are Howard Noitheutt, Galveston, president; Harry Stokes, Caldwell, vice-presi- dent; ('buries Carver, San All- gelo, secretary; and Walter Free man, Itenixun, treasurer. SNK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 February 1962

p '■ m PAGE 4-SPOHTS MKHkwI 11 s The Campus Chat Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1962 Flock Defeats Abilene To End 14-Game Loaing Streak Dixon Grabs 25 Points In Cagers Third Victory ■ m H> LARRY I'HIIJJPS North Texas poured in nine points with le«B than two-min- utes remaining Tuesday night to end a 14 game losing streak and give the Eagle basketball team a 74-6? win over Abilene Christian College before a cheer- ing home audience of 1,000. The Eagles, now 3-20, had not won a game since Dec. 20 when they beat another Abilene team. Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity, on the Denton court. ARDIK DIXON scored five of the Eatfles" final points in the last 1:49. Dixon, who was high point man with 25, broke a 116- <55 tie with a three-point play. He finished off the victory with a layup with only nine neeonds left. The ACC Wildcats entered the second half on the abort end of a 42-Sft score but took a 4.3-42 lead after 1:82 had ticked off. In the final 20 minutes the score was tied six times, and the l...

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