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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1962

SVX31 •svnva 3fiN3AV 3100 *00 S31VS - 30IAU3S 11X4080X1 45ih rEAR The Campus Chat One-Man Track Meet Helps Research Study of Digitalis — Page 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1962 NO. 33 Profs Say Results Unclear Space Shot Adds To Science Data This week's historic space flight by Col. John Glenn Jr. made Home major contribution* to science, several Nos-th Texas professors agreed Wednesday. But. they admitted, it is too early to tell exactly what these contributions are. "This achievement will ureally support the science community" Ilr. Pat Wind- ham of the physics faculty said. "Personally. I'm in- trigued with two things: "First, we may now Ik- able to discover what's out there from a standpoint of upper atmosphere observations und energy exchanges between the sun's radiation ami earth's atmosphere. "And second, scientists will probably be able to conduct ex- periments out there that they can't do on the ground," Dr. Rufus K. Guthrie of the biology de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1962

2—EDITORIALS Kjp: ; Campus ■lli -K:1 Friday, Science's Sake Propriety Demands ■ ' . Kissing Restrictions wmm Sophomore Races Uphill to Nowhere For the past several night#, the us- ually crowded front entrances of most of the women's dormitories around the 10:50 curfew have been noticeably va- cant . The couples who formerly lingered over a goodby for 15 minutes or more now walk up to the door and wave as each goes his separate way. Humor has it that the Dean of Women has forbidden girls to kiss their dates good night under pain of expul- sion from school. This is far from the truth. The ruling, which has aroused anger, fear and surprise in most students, is little more than a disciplinary problem with a few girls—merely the "enforc- ing of normally accepted social behav- ior." according to Dean Imogene Dickey- Kissing in itself is not bad. It is mere- ly a way of expressing affection for someone—a somewhat more intimate gesture than shaking hands. If some people have made a vulgar m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1962

i Friday, Fab. 23, 1962 Smokers, Parties To Conclude Fraternity Rush Over Weekend The Campus Chat PA©! 3—ACTIVITIES AMUSEMENTS Fraternity ru h i« f#*t drawing , to ii close with only two formal j smokero scheduled fur tonitrht ami | the lust of the out-of-town par- ties SMturduy. All rush uctivitieK will end «i ' <l a.m. Sunday und u iwriod of strict silence will follow until ii iun. Monday. Wednesday Im* t*.cn designated a pledge acceptance I ni|fht. Delia Hiirma I'hi The Delta SiK* will end their rush activities with u siinilormul dance Saturday at the Itanihoo Itnom of the Tower Hotel in Italian. Kuppu Alpha The Nomads will play for the KA western party nt Wylie Dude Ranch Saturday. The activities •>e fin at 7 p.m. Lambda Chi Alpha The l.amhda Chi formal HKokcr will be held from 9-11 toniKht at the Double Tree Dude Ranch. The Kruup will leave the fraternity house at 9 p.m. Saturday they will Ko to the Ht-llo llall Itoom in '•rand I'rairie for an informal party from 2-fi p.m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS Takes Lead In Early Qualification The Campus Chat Friday, Feb. 23, I . „. M HECTOR ALVAREZ, newly en- roiled as a freshman, will play for his native Mexico in this year's International Cup tour- nament. With a nitxlinj; second round of ti8 and a 72-75 mark in the first and third round*, Hill li arret! of Amanita maintained a slim three* xtroke lead over Elfie Seanmter of Borger in preseason qualifying for the North Texas golf team. tiarrett's tiH at the Hailas Athle- tic Country Cluh course came the finit time he had played there. Hs.t leading three round total is 215. With 54 hole* complete, the Ragle golfer* Mill had l n more I *-hole rounds to pU) at near- by courneo. When the trial rounds are complete, t'oach Herb Ferrill will slart the lop four shooter^ as NTSl'a first team in the South western Kecreation tournament in Fort Worth March 2-3. The reason for playing five rounds over five different courses is to toughen the golfer* to the difficult conditions they wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1962

IfraWl I f ™ Friday, Feb. 23, 1962 ■■■■■■■■■I ■NMMMI V ' 1 The Campus Chat page 5—FEATURES Rough Draft By Mil^e Rabun SPORTS EDITOR win nwniimi—HI Fore! Gather round khur, «ral) hands with Judy Garland and let's trot off over the rainbow in search of a i>ot of gold The rainbow lies just over the 18th fairwav and thin year, the North Texas golfers feel that the pot of gold is in reach. In college athletics, golf is a sport that most people don't care too much for. Of course, a lot of people don't care for basketball, either, but that's beside the point. So for those of you who aren't too familiar with the North Texas golf situation, let's have a quick history les- son. North Texas has been in the Missouri Valley Confer- ence tor live and a hull' years. Are you taking notes? I HIS YEAR marks the sixth golf season in which Eagle golf- ers have participated. For four years, North Texas whs stagnant in second place with a quick trip to third place in lti&ii. A lot of teams would b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 February 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campui Chat Friday, Fob. 23, 1962 Physics: Vita! in Space Race • Generator To Aid Research B> CARL LKATIIKKWOOD By multiplying electron charges with a* evenly spaced metal ring*, a nuclear physics student here may produce eight million vol Ik of elec- tricity sometime this spring. One-and-a-half years ago Tom Gray, Dallas, tackled construction of a small electrostatic generator for his master's degree The iron shell which will house the voltage boosting component is now getting leakage tests Ring Assembly Once Gray machines the parts for the ring assembly, he will place them inside and run testa on the generator. Another gradu- ate student will install a vacuum tul>e he is building, After its completion, the gen- erator, or Van de Graaff, will ac- celerate particles of matter for research. The particles will bombard a target, changing the nuclei of it. One research project which might result from this action would be a study to identify what holds the nucleus, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1962

MICROFILM BOX 8066-4924 COLE DALLA8, TEX iJMIIi II iHIIM'llllllMIMHIMIIIlMIIMHIIlli IIIWHimMllilll I'l I MM—HI—Hi Greeks Select 203 Pledge's; Frats Open Houses Tonight wmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmmm—mmmmmm ~ Page 3 The Campus Chat 45th YEA R NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FES. 28. 1962 NO. 34 Depicting Campus Life Senate Considers Promotional Film Some lucky North Texan may get to star in a motion picture—if the USNT senate is able to carry out its plans for publicizing the university in high schools throughout Texas. Plans for a public relations movie were revealed in an interview with Bill Perkison, Daingerfleld, after the senate meeting Tuesday night. Perkison said he plans to contact the Jamieson Film Co. in Dallas to inquire about the price of shooting a film on campus. He explained that instead of just photographing campus buildings, he hopes sequences can be made depicting stu- dent life in classes, social activities, athletic events and dor- mitories. Students In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1962

PAGl 2—EDITORIALS To Achieve Purpose The Campus Chat By Teaching To Save Money Wednesday, Feb. 28, 19*2 SUE testing Needs Finance Course May Save Sensible Limitations The Committee on Student Use of English is* studying a possible new rul- ing which would limit the number of times n student may take the Student Use of English test to three. A final de- cision on this proposal is expected next month. Under the current rules, all transfer students and those who received less than a C in any required English course must take the test after reaching junior standing. There is no limit to the num- ber of times a person may take the test. A person may not take it more than twice during a semester and he may not graduate until he has passed it. Some students have taken the test more than six times before passing it. A limit of three chances does not seem unreasonable. The test should not be a difficult one. It consists of writing a theme either on a general subject or one related to the stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1962

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1962 a rn id. Vr •o ut Tc IK H- ld >(' V- '8. he li on to For Senior With Own Library The Campus Chat Books Can Earn Cash Prize (iiuiluutitig hcniorn will goon get a chance to how off their taste in books. Alpha Beta Alpha, the library service fraternity, in sponsoring a contest to nee which Heritor ha# the best personal library, A 125 award will be Kiven by Voert- man'a. Applications can be picked up in the reference room of the Li- brary March 1-12. To enter the content the student should make ti list of title* of not !e n than IIS books and write a 800-word funny on what he think* of hin library and plan* for making it dfrow. Next year the winner will be able to compete for a national award of $1,000. JudircH will be Dr. William Bel- cher of the English department, Dr. II. J. friedsam of the de- partment of economics and so- ciology, Dr. Stanley Self of the buaineaa administration faculty, businessman F'aul Voertman and Mrs. Viriita Davis of the Library .st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 February 1962

page 4-soom The Cempuc Chert Wednesday, Pob. 28, 1962 Cagers To Finish Season Against Wichita 'Shocks By LARRY PHILLIPS Still dinging to a slight hope of winning • Missouri Valley Conference game. North Texas will end its seaaon in Wichita Thursday night against a team which has won all U home games this wuon, including victories over Cincinnati and Bradley. The Eagles will take a 8-2 record onto the University of Wichita's floor, after losing to Oklahoma City University 74-68 in the final Denton game Mon- day night. Coach Charles Johnson's cagers have lost 11 straight Val- ley game*. Wichita, on the other hand, has 6-4 record in the MVC and a 17-7 season record. But the Shockers lost to the Uni- versity of Cincinnati 84-68 Sat- Jacksboro Nips Cooper In Regional Tournament Jacksboro jruard Steve Wheelis fired in a 26-foot jump shot with five seconds left to give his team a 14-42 win over Cooper in the regional high school basketball tournament at Men's Gymnasium Saturday night. .Tac...

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

> 3fiN3AV 3100 *26* •00 S31VS - 30IAH3S 11X40*811 Pm| " :('• HHH '• I w Student teaching Starts Out I In '32 Ford on Dusty Road I 45th YEAR The Campus Chat * r Y NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DINTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1942 NO. 35 Science Promises Bright Future, Writer Tells Student Journalists Mun iimy (oon be able to "tune in" the moon on his telt-vision set, get a replacement heart when hit own wears out—and even control his own evolution by se- lection of the genes for the birth of hit children, science writer Blair Justice of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram predicted Unlay. And newsmen must be prepared to write intelligent- ly and understandably about all these scientific advances, he declared in a speech prepared for delivery at the | opening session of Journalism Day: Science writing, he said, may become as important to the newspaper reader as sports writing is today. For- ward-looking papers already are seeking to develop writers qualified to handle this assignment, he a...

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

HI PAGE 2—EDITORIALS m i i • l".' H'W-.,/ I. wm! The Campus Chat Friday. March 2, It62 In Schools of Three Counties Student Teachers Take to Hi In Pursuit of On-the-Job Experience I0KTH TEXAS STATE COLLEGE DENTON, TEXAS. ; i - mat 4 V>Uw by BETTY LINN NOLL ABOARD one of the nine student teacher station wagons at 6 a.m., these girls leave for a day of practical experience in teachi ng. What Price Space? Dorm Residents Pay To Rearrange Rooms Residents of West Dormitory were informed last week that two men would be allowed to occupy a room usually meant for three. Rut to do so they would have to pay $10, a fee for oc- cupying the room at less than normal capacity. Men students who live in the Quad- rangle were placed two in a room this semester because of the usual decrease in dormitory applicants that occurs every spring. These Quad residents have been told that they cannot rearrange or remove any furniture to make more space in their rooms or they, too, must part with *10. That is...

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

Friday, March 2, 1962 Viva Greco! Jose To Visit The Hashy at# pa of the tlamem-o and *yp y Spanish dunces arc fa- vorites with audienees. But. to combine these step* .lout' (jreco has* added a touch of folk and clas- sical ballet to create a new thcnic for his performance on the North Texas campus March , "We have found that careful programming of the different types of dances in the keynote of a suc- cessful program," he said. This new dance idea, plus debut performers and new scenery, mu- sic and costumes, are all part of Costumes Cause Delay Of Richard III Opening The University Players' produc tion of Shakespeare's "Kichard III" has been postponed from March 14-1 <5 to March 2'J-Hl. "Our co - tumes were just too elaborate for the manufacturer to be able to it net them to us in time," said Dr. , R. V. Holland, director of the speech and drama department. Movie Marquee •■mmmmmmmmm- Sergeants' Stars Clan In Half-Comical Western By IK III M \RTIN The gnat puck, the elan, or the r...

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

1 J mm* B PAGE 4—SPORTS ^ 1 W'rpM Ifiifiillq < 1 ■Hfiuli1]' <1 The Campus Chat Pikley, Mm! First Big M««t of Yoar Features Golf, Track SW Recreation Initiates Eagles Entertain Pittsburg College lt> K Mil PROHL North Tern* trackmen will hit the cinder* in full stride this week- end with a dual meet in Denton Friday and the Southwestern Rec- reation in Fort Worth Saturday. Pittsburg Suite Teacher* College of Kansas will be in Denton for a dual meet with the Raffle*, be- fore both teams ffo to Fort Worth Saturday. The Eagle meet will bet;in at 1:46 p.m. Friday at Font* Field. Pittsburg will In- led by the sprinting of Jerry Brown and Dean Winlinger and in the dis- tance events b> Martin Mor- ford. Winlinger and R""« n will pit their skill in the dashes against NTSl'S John Pettit. Richard Hothmi t and ltill Argo. Richard Menehaca will tangle with Morford for the ttrst place in the one arid two mile event*. Saturday the Raffles will go to the Southwest Recreation meet, where ...

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

Friday, March 2, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS MHMMNNMMHMM • ' 4 W I 'I I \ Rough Draft By Mike Rabun SPORTS EDITOR M MM In This Corner . . . The short bespectacled gentleman over in the corner dreHwed in armor and holding a mace will answer to the name of Lamar 11 tint if you are prone to call him. But if you are employed by the National Football League, you probably will not be prone to call him because he is suing you for $10 million. Up in Baltimore, Hunt is busily trying to bash his mace across the heail ami shoulders of the NFL because the NFL tried to shove his Texans out of "Bijr D." Hunt isn't particularly interested in the cash. To him #10 million is about like a drop of dirt in the Grand Canyon. What Hunt is more interested in is getting the Dallas Cowboys out of the Cotton Bowl and moving them to Lewis- ville or Mesquite. The antitrust suit stipulates that the Cowboys must be removed from Dallas. The head of the Texans and the founder of the Ameri- can Football Leag...

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

PAGE ♦-NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, March 2. 1962 Understanding Communism Geography Has Vital Role Mv GKOKGE KISI.FY fcVry third pernon in the world today live* under a communist form of government. If the pre - imt trend in population increase continue*, in 90 year* every other person iri the world will be Chi- nese, Nelson F l<w of the geography department believes these are facta that every American should know. Geography. he feels, its a vital forte in the shaping of world events today, That thinking has led to a new course. Geography -1S2 Geography of the U.S.S R., Wing offered for the test time this semester. Leo, whose course# concentrate on the Asian land masts, thinks the average American could form a more intelligent opinion on world problems if he knew more about world geography. Fur instance, hi* students learn why: The monsoon season affects the Laotian fighting. Tiny Kuwait \vm* considered so valuable by Great Britain and the free world. Geography has helped the pro...

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

MICROFILM BOX 8066-4924 COLE DALLAS, TEX COMP 1 4SH, r F A R The Campus Chat Ceramists Shape Up Careers On Spinning Poffer's Wheel — Page 2 Senate Looks Into Insurance, Library Plans A cainpuswide poll to obtain stu- dent opinion on group insurance and on opening the Library on Sundays will be taken soon, Bob Chambers, Denton, announced In USNT Seriate meeting Tuesday night. The poll, expected to indicate opinion* of approximately 5,000 students, will probably be made by distributing questionnaires in classrooms, Chambers said. He explained he had talked with two insurance companies about providing a policy for students. The companies sot the premiums at $12.50 for nine months and $14.50 for a full year. The insurance program would be on a voluntary basis and the premium paid through tuition fees. The questionnaire will also ob- tain information about student use of the Library. The senate will try to get library officials to keep the building open on Sunday if enough students indic...

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

I' PAGE 2—EDITORIALS With Citizen's Toleration The Campus Chat With Instructor's Approval Wodnaiday, March 7, IH2 Bureaucracy Makes Classroom Waste Land of U.S, 'Throw' Pottery This country haw the scientific know- how to send a man whirling through space where conditions art* almost total- ly unfavorable for his survival—and to bring that man down alive. But mil- lions of people perish every day from hunger and disease—on a planet de- signed to support mankind. This is a strange situation. It is not very convincing to argue that there is no effective way to trans- port and distribute food and medicine to the hungry and dying millions. Those who can shoot a space capsule into a predetermined orbit can surely get ur- gently needed supplies across an wean into the hands of those who will die without them. This does not speak well of America. But it does speak clearly. It tells the story of incredible waste. It tells of scientific ambition and governmental bureaucracy that are held in ...

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

Wednesday, March 1, 1962 In Spring Fashion Storm The Campus Chat Hemlines Bounce Up, Down liy LftOLA KAM8KY An the March winds blow ucrons the campus, the new short skirt* swing anil sway-all because of a designer's battle in Paris. During the fall showings in the French capital, one dnigner low- ered the hemlines. Another raised them. A battle ensued — leaving women to decide which way women's skirt* would go. And for the time being, at least, they arc going up on the North Texan campus despite the opposi- tion of some males. Oddly enough the girls like the short skirts, while many of the boys dislike them, a Chat reporter learned in si recent informal poll. There are two reasons for some of those male objections. The first is aesthetic. Artistical- ly, the skirts now stop at the most unflattering part of a woman's leg. The "knee tickler" stops just above the knee cap. displaying the knees at an unflattering angle. One boy asked, "Have you ever looked at the back of a girl's knee?"...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS 1 I top T 1 r ! i Mstsm rwwmriT^ The Campus Chat Take If® 6 Shoot for In Border Olympics By MILTON 2IMAN After breezing to un eight-stroke victory in the South- western Recreation meet, Eagle golfers will nhoot for their second strnight Border Olympics title this week in Laredo. Bobby Greenwood, Frank Luke, Bill (tarrett, Elgie Seamster. Don Wilson and Charles Diehl will tee off Thurs- day in the opening round of the 72-hole medal tourney. The Eagles defeated Texas ——————————————————— Wednesday, March 7, 1962 Title *racksters Prove Too Slow For Fast Field, Finish 7th 1 RECREATION MEDALIST Bobby Greenwood shows the type of pitch shot which led him to a two-round total of 140 in last week- end's tourney in Fort Worth. Netters Split With Ags After Bowing to Cards Ea#le tennis player* rebounded from a discouraging opening to tie Texas' A&M Saturday at the! North Texas courts 3-8. Lamar Tech's powerful team } swept through the Flock here Fri- J day 7-0, hut Coach Ken Ba...

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