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

ff *1% microfilm BOX 8066-4924 COLE ?iUjA3. TSl tti The Campus Chat 45* YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1962 NO. 37 To Dance Tonight in Main Auditorium Greco To Draw Packed House Another standing-room-only crowd in expected to begin arriving more than an hour early tonight to get seats for the fourth appearance by Jose Greco and hit Spanish Ballet. The Fine Art* Series performance will begin at 8:15 p.m. in the Main Auditorium. "Last year hundred* were turned away before 7:16 p.m.." said Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, dean of the School of Muni? and member of the Fine Art* Committee. The program will begin with an ensemble of the main characters dancing the "Galician Suite" in Ave parts. All of this music was composed and especially arranged by Roger Machado and Greco himself. Greco dances his famous "Farruca" twice during the show. This is the flashy, foot-stamping flamenco that he popularized in his Amertcnn tours. The show's two assistant choreographers J...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1962

nffl l>AGE 2-EDITORIALS In Campus Group Plan The Campus Chat In Student Government jPipiiifiii iSllllil llSSiiiiw ''' kislMAw Friday, March 9, 1962 mm Senate Should View Future of Insurance JRK IK LBOl. V RAMSEY Polish Student* here will lie polled soon to find out campus opinion on the uni- versity group insurance plan now under consideration by the U8NT Senate. The campuswide poll will test the re- action of approximately 5.000 North Texan*, sophomore Sen. Bob Chambers said in the senate meeting Tuesday. The proposal which is finally culmi- nating into what looks like a workable method has been discussed and re- searched by the senate since last se- mester. Presently, the plan is set up like this: The premiums would be paid—entirely on a voluntary basis—through tuition fees at registration. Two insurance companies have set premiums at $12.50 for nine months and $14.50 for a full year. Under the plan, students would be provided with 24-hour protection. Although the proposal is c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1962

F "; /:■ Friday, March t, 1962 Sing Song To Give March Musical Sendoff by Greeks The Campus Chat page 3—activities-amusements Sing Snnif, one of spring's big events for sororitioa and fratortu ties, in ifiviriK March a musical (tendoff in the sorority ramps. The content. scheduled March 2I> in I he Main Auditorium, will offer awards to three sorority and three fraternity choruses. .Iud(r«K will he a panel from the School of Musk. /Ha Tau Alpha Diane I'alamouutam of Dallas was named best member at the Zeta spring formal Saturday. Fledge officers are Suzanne Ku- hanks, (i rape vine, president; Mel- va Jo Cox, Bryan. vice president; Betsy Hrbitcek, Colorado City, see- retary; Judy Weaver, Midlothian, treasurer; Betty Ruth Tuylor, Mar- tin, Junior I'anhulletiic; and Middle Christian, Corpus Christi, chap- lain. Chi Omega Chi Omega lost to Kappa Delta by one point in their busketball k'Hiiii' Monday. Other sorority ac- tivities include Sinn: Souk rehears- als, plans for an informal pu...

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

i I I IS " sii !l¥lP % PAGE 4—SPORTS Spartans Capture 'Murals Cage Title With 53-43 Win The Pkmuk didn't fate Don Mitch- ell Wednesday night, and thf 6-2 forward drove through Sigma Phi Epitilon for 24 points to lead the Spartans to a 58 43 win and the intramural ehampioniihip. L,t*<i by 6*4 Bill Makers, the Siir Ep# cut the independents' lead to one point, 34-S3, just into the fourth quarter. But Mitchell, (ruins hitch for his delayed jump shot, popped in 12 points in the next eight minute* to carry the Spar- tans to victory. Lowrey Gets Hot Anthony Lowrey, a former Eag- let, also got hot in the last pe- riod, hitting eight point* us the winners outseored the Sig Eps 1ft- 14. Lowrey finished with 18 and former varsity player A1 Nkkle- Grid Drills Set For March 19 Spring football training will begin Monday, March IS*, with the promise from Coach Odu« Mitchell of "a lot of contact work." The Green-White game will be on April 17. when the workouts end. "There will be a lot of compe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 March 1962

Friday, March 9, 1942 ' ^ ;w The Campus Chat By Mil(e Rabun Draft SPORTS EDITOR The Postman Comes Calling Wr always get a kick out of opening the mail, don't you? You nit on the (Kirch step and wait for the after- noon delivery expecting a letter from Best Girl or perhapn a note from Michael Anthony, but all you get is an over- due notice from the electric company or a questionnaire from your local congressman. So you can imagine our surprise and glee the other day when a bulky envelope arrived from the Amateur Athletic Union. The missive was concerned with the confusion which has arisen from the squabble between the AAU and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The A AC people explained thut this smull note, measuring two legal-size mimeographed sheets, was here to explain the predica- ment and point out the AAU'* viewpoints. It promptly explained things to make them us clear us a Lon- don fog. But :tfter an even dozen reading*, a few points showed through. It seems that th...

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

■i,. PAGE S—NEWS The Campus Chat Musicians To Hail Jefferson Thursday A patriotic climax will be pro- vided for the lJniver*ity Sympho- ny Concert Thursday night when member* of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfo- ni . honorary music fraternity, combine with the orchestra to honor Thorn®# Jefferson. Two sol dint* will a1*o appear on the program at i:lfi in the Mu#ic Recital Hall. The male choru* will ning "The New Washers To Free Girls From Dishpan The residents of the Home Man- ape men t House have decided there's no point in being juat half modem. Two new dishwashers have been added—one to replace an older model and one to keep the girls' , hands out of dishwater in a second : kitchen. This should help keep peace be- j tween the two "families" of girls ; who live in the house, explained j Mrs. Loren Kellar, a member of the home economics faculty and dorm mother for the 14 pins. In the house, on the corner of Ave. A and Chestnut, each group rotates the week's duties every six days. A household con...

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

mL. sumth am - max 'snivel 3 n3av 3'100 z6 s - ioiauib miAoaoin *00 sail The 45th YE A K NORTH TEXAS STATI UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS Chat WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, IH2 NO. 38 jwir in—if iiMi—iii Willi inn— | Fo,mer Recent NT Debaters Top Florida Dies Monday ■ To Gain Quarterfinals Bid James H. Allison, u member of North Texas' first separate Hoard of Regents and former newspaper publisher, died Mon- day in Wichita Falls. He was 82. Gov. H. 11. Jester appointed Allison to serve on the board in 194ft. Prior to that time, when the word Teachers was dropped from the school's title, a com- mon board administered the state colleges. Allison had been publisher of the Nashville Tennessee^'! and American, the old Fort Worth Record und the Ranger Times. North Texas' debating duo advanced to the quarterfinals in the country's first nationally televised debate tournament Saturday by a unanimous decision over the University of Florida. Anne Hodges, Dallas, and John Swaney, Sherman, will face a tradit...

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

mmmm. FAGC 2—EDITORIALS 11th Year NT Relays Continue As Popular Tradition Traditions come and go at North Texas, but there's one that stays popu- lar year after year—the North Texas Relays, the 11th running of which will I*- held at Fouts Field Friday and Sat- urday. High school field events and track preliminaries will open the meet at 2 p.m. Friday. Entered are four teams which made strong showings in the March 8 Southwestern Recreational- Fort Worth Arlington Heights. Deni- son, Gainesville and Wichita Falls, last year's runner-up. Saturday afternoon the field events will begin at 12:80 and at 1:30 the Re- lays Queen will be crowned. Minutes later some of the state's best freshmen and junior college runners will take to the track. The freshmen from Abilene Christian College, who won the Recreational, will vie with defending relays champion Howard County Junior College, the strong North Texas freshmen and Southern Methodist's frosh, plus seven other JC and freshman teams. In the U...

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

Wedneiday, March 14, 1962 Stiles Hopes Make Hearts Sing S i ll ' jilllplll By GKORCK KIMBKOUGII Faith, many ay, makes the heart sing. Ami Dudley Stiles, a junior mu- nic major, hopes to provide the words and melody for that song. The 20-year-old Terrell student, like the psalmist* of old, says that he expresses hi# faith through hist music. Already he hats written three songs which have been copyrighted and are bafotg sold at Baptist book- stores throughout the country. "I feel that the main purpose I have in life is to help other pe«- Performance Brings Encore for Stevens A succession of changes in pace and feeling from water reflections to the march of David against the Philistines brought Dr. Willis A. Stevens back for an encore before an audience of about 100 Thursday night. Following "Sonata," by Proko- flelT, Dr. Stevens was recalled for two bows. The selection involved both boisterous and calmer moods as well as rapid runs and succes- sions of chords Contrasting with "Reflets...

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

*A©E 4—SPORTS i 7 „ HH ■3BES Wr —- iif ^ u The Campus Chat On All-Conference Team Oscar Miller . . . Honorable Mention Volleyball Enters Intramural Picture Mieveg this will tfivc the u chance to work together -oasun start* t hi" The league Spartan*. independent champions. downed Surma Phi Kpnilon lust «wk foi t he school t hainpionnhip in basketball Runner-up in the independent loftvrui- was to be ilnHuli'd Tuesday nijtht a.s the Trojans and the Bap- tist Student Union Creei ".et af- ter each had won their first two start* in the independent basket- ball tournament held last w i -k and Monday night, of this week Independent intramural volley- liams ball competition begins at 6 to- teams nijrht with five entrants. Last year before 28 teams participated. All team managers who are in- terested in volleyball competition must submit their rosters by 1 p.m., Coy Williams, student intra- mural coordinator, said Fraternity league play will be- gin at 6 p.m. Thursday. Competi- tion will be o...

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

-m m MICROFILM m Weather Hot Races m Expected for NT Relays 1 * ' mi Puyc 4 1 skv- • e Campus 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DINTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH I*. 1962 Elections Board Scratches Relay Queen Candidate NO. 39 A HALF DOZEN DOLLS get on the mark to see who'll win the race for Relay Oueen title at Sat- urday's meet here. The queen was elected in balloting Thursday, but she will not be revealed until the relays. Shown are, left to right, top row: Sandra Primeaux, Janette Eddy, Bobbie Davis (who has been disqualified); bottom row: Ann Kingsbury, Sandra King, Beverly McLane. 150 Brave Snow To Attend Student Composers Program By RONALD SLOAN Fresh snow didn't discourage 150 people who crowded the Music Hall Auditorium to hear Littell To Explain Church's Struggles With Communists A well-known authority on Eu- ropean churches and their conflicts with communism, Dr. Franklin H. Littell, will speak to North Texans March 28-30. The series of lectures, sponsored by the Student R...

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

m PAGE 2—EDITORIALS sms Independents Voiceless Whole School Suffers As ISO Fades Away The Campus Chat Student, Teacher, Salesman liiliilll Friday, March 16, 1942 - X A f I O • I J Two-Named Senior Leads Whatever happened to ISO? A year atfo the Independent Students' Organization wa Riving its member# —and indeed the whole campus—a vital interest in North Texas politics and happening*. It sponsored panel discus- sions, thought-provoking speakers and enthusiastic rallies. It vowed it was going to stimulate student interest in things political and provide a united voice for all the NTSU independents. In the spring elections the ISO put a powerhouse of activity behind its en- dorsed candidates and got most of them elected A typical reply to "Who did you vote for?" was "I'm going ISO." The following fall the ISO again en- dorser! candidates in the campus elec- tions, but this time it followed up its endorsement with a colorless campaign And not as great a percentage of ISO candidates wer...

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

Friday, March 16, 1962 Greek Week Includes Bike Race, Rope Pull The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Sin* Song. a bicycle race unit the annual Thcta Chi-Sigma Nu rope pull will nil bo crowded into busy Greek Week March 26-31. The 1'anhellenic Council and the lnterfratei-nity Council combined their mooting* Thursday in an at- tempt to decide on a program for the Sin# Song March 2B. Sing Song, one of the highlight** of Greek Week, will be held in th«s Main Auditorium. Three top winner* will be chosen in both the fraternity and sorority divi- sion*. he event was won last year by the Delta Gamma sorority and the Theta Clu fraternity. The contestant# will dress in costumes typical of the songs thej will present. The songs will no) Girls' Dorms Plan March 30 Formal "Tropical Elegance," mint- sprigged punch and music by the Aces will set the stage for the spring All Girls" Dorm Dance on March HO, Arlene Perdue of Dal- las announced Wednesday. The dance, lasting from !> to 12, wi...

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

it i \ II Hit PAGE 4-SPORTS v, aTES? Thindads The Campus Chat for No Friday, M.rch 16, 1962 Eagles Try For Initial Net Win j North Texa> netter*. will vie for j iheir fii ht victory today against i the Baylor Bears- in Waco The Bogle* will rely on Weston Wolff, Johnny Simmon*, Jen- Hig- ICinx and Kay WtUiam*on in search of the win. Wolff and Simmons. tioth left handed sophomores, will play No. 1 and No. 2 respectively in the tingle* matches and will combine in the No 1 doubles match, Higgitit> and Williamson will each play a single* content and j team up in doubles in the -six-point match. Coach Ken Bahnsen expect* to face an improved Baylor team and one reason is the Bear's junior letterrnan. Jim Robinson, Robinson aided Baylor in splitting two matches with the Eagles last year. Ray Williamson and Robinson played on the same doubles team at Brownwood High School before enrolling in different schools. Round ills out the Bear foursome | will lie Bill Met'leary, Don Mize j and F...

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

Friday, March 16, 1962 mmmm The Campus Chat PAGE 5-Sf". ^ Rough Draft Hy Mil(e Rabun SPORTS EDITOR mm Success Story On page 627 of the Texas Almanac, you can read about the town of Detroit, Tex. The town lies just 20 miles from Oklahoma and the almanac fiKures that Detroit owns just about 576 citizens. This year, one of those 576 is on the All-MVC team and has been named as All-America honorable mention by the UPI—and we wouldn't be surprised to learn that he has been picked as the tulip grower of (he year by the Na- tional Garden Society. JOHN SAVACtK, THE LAD from Detroit, is only a sophomore and when he really gets good, he is apt to hurt someone. So perhaps you are asking yourself why does this guy K«'t all these honors in his first year of varsity competition if his team didn't win a single conference game and man- aged only three wins all year outside the conference. The answer is quite simple. Large John impresses peo- ple. He impresses the coaches, he impresses the sports wr...

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

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Double Bill Creates Week Of Theatrical Presentation Although it wean't planned that way, North Tex** will have a theatrical w#«k betrinninic March SWI. A double bill wa* uninten- tionally scheduled when the Uni- versity Players' production of "Richard III" wan postponed to Man-h S -8if The Cleveland Playhouse Player* are due on camiiu* March 'J7 to present "Pictures in the Hallway." \NI OPERA Work* hop al- most added "The Outcast* of Poker Flat" to the week's agen- da. Hut the production has been piwtponed and will be given Dean Dickey Becomes Mayor' of San Antonio Dean of Women Imogene Dickey was- named honorary mayor of San Antonio last week at the first of three speaking trips #he will make thi month. She received the recognition at the general session of the Texas State Teachers Association, Dis- trict 2. Dean Dickey later spoke to an audience of 6,000 on "De- fending Our Heritage." Her schedule also included a luncheon speech for the Associa- tion of...

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

* f 1 MICROFILM BOX 8066-4924 COLE DALLAS, TFX n All f) The Campus Chat Cleveland Players To Stage Irish Drama Here Tuesday — Page 3 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1962 NO. 40 ;Senate Gives Okay To $800Production Of Promotional Film In a Hurry of action Tuesday night the USNT Senate voted to accept the offer of an ex-North Texan to shoot an $800 promotional film of the campus. Robert Welch told the senate he and another ex-stu- dent, Doyle Vinson, would make a 28-minute black and white sound film at a minimum profit. Welch and Vinson work with the Texas News Service of WBAP-TV in Fort Worth. The senate also selected May 8 as the date for spring elections. Lee Polk, chairman of the Elections Board, offered the date as the only possible time for the election of new senators and officers. In giving the go-ahead on the film, the senate accepted Dr. James L. Rogers, director of News Service, as chairman of an advisory board to determine the con...

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

I I m!g- I J 1 p.: K ';. I PAGE 2—EDITORIALS In Some Cases Time Br, try w; t pi , , ,, ■a ill Shortage Uads To Library Vandalism The Campus Chat Participants Disagree piippi Library officials charged last week that .studentts whit tear articles out of magazines on the shelves or take the whole magazine are "selfish, shortsight- ed." and show a "complete disregard for fellow students." And certainty missing periodicals or those with important stories ripped out are a great inconvenience to both stu- dents and the library staff. They are difficult or impossible to replace—and in either case the process is slow. This puts anyone who needs some of the missing material—and it is generally the most popular stories—at a great disadvantage. Many times more than just loose periodicals become targets. It's the bound magazines, too. More than one person has wrapped bound magazines in a textbook cover and walked out with them. Vet most of these are replaced when the student is through with them...

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

Wednesday, March 21, 1942 Club Notes .: ; ' • ' V1! I : ' ■ '!i ::i §;il The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Musk Therapy Offers Relief For Mentally III, Cotter Says A juvenile delinquent who wax only able to act out hi* aggressions in a physical manner wan "cured" by jazz. A withdrawn schisophrenic who refused to speak to anyone was finally induced to communicate through the guitar Theso were two example# of the effect iveness of music therapy given by Vance Cotter, of the mu- sic department at Texas Woman's University, at a P*i Chi banquet March 14. The juvenile delinquent, who had committed a number of crimes, was placed in the Mennin- ger Foundation, an institution where Cotter worked for two years prior to his coming to TWU. As the boy showed some talent with n trumpet, music therapy was prescribed as part of his treat- ment. Gradually he bctran to ex- press his aggressions verbally and finally he was able to use latric to solve his problems. The boy finally became so ...

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

II". .1 ' li(S{ i i® f f Up, But Not Over With one shoe on and one shoe off Colin Ridgway Wei lor 6 feet and 8 inches at the North Ten- et Relay*. Ridgway missed at that height three times and had to settle lor a win at 6-7. 76 Future Gridders Gather At Spring Training Workouts St- vonty-aix aspirant* for the 1062 Eagle football team went through an almost no-contact workout in the initial session Mon- day afternoon. But Coach Otius Mitchell promised that the hittintr will begin after the team pets organized "In the first session wo didn't hit, We had so many new people out we only tried to learn assign- ments. But the boys hit the dum- mies real hard anyway," he ob- served. Tuesday and today were tentatively slated for days when the first contact work would begin. It all depended upon organization, Mitchell said. "We let everybody suit up who wanted to for the first few days," the head coach said, "but we'll cut about a dozen from the squad by the end of the week." With a large squ...

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