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

I m ilCROFU* BOX 8066-4^24 COLE DALLAS, ft® IQMP nitiate Annual Greek Week | Varied melodies will echo throughout the Main Auditorium It S p.m. Sunday as «MM fra- ternities and sororities begin Graak I'eek with their unnuui Sing Song. The event will open a busy week rhich will include bicycle racing, dancing, a volleyball tournament land the Theta Chi-Sigma Nu rope pull. FHAT8 TO SING Seven fraternities and nix so- rorities will compete in this year's Sing Song. Each group will pre- sent two songs, with Delta Gamma I sorority and Theta Chi fraternity I seeking to repeat their last year's I victories. Other sororities entered this year are Zeta Tail Alpha. Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa |! Delta and Alpha Phi. The frater- ' nity list also includes Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Phi Ep- | silott, Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha 1 and Lomhda Chi Alpha. A panel of three will judge the contestants «n their over-all musi- cal effect. This year's judges are Mrs. L. G. Russell, director of the...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 March 1962

P'i: PAGI 2—EDITORIALS HI? Iwifpl i II 1 The Campus Chat ifcv, ,s | .'7;' ■ff&ijj ijS j m Before May Election Senate Should Forbid Handbill Campaigning Some 25 discarded handbills disquali- fied F hi Kappa Slgtna's Relay Queen candidate, Bobbie Davis, last week. Monday, Elections Board Chairman Lee Polk said, "If we find one handbill that has been thrown mi the ground, we can disqualify that candidate." Handbills of other candidates were found littering the campus, but Miss In New Buildings Smokers Leave Burnt Heritage During the past few years North Texas has rejoiced in the completion and opening of five brand new classroom buildings. But apparently the honey moon is over—at least as far as some student* are concerned. The faculty residents of the various new structures are already beginning to notice and to complain about unsight- ly blemishes which have begun to ap- pear on the so recently shining floors and which cannot be removed by any amount of janitorial effort. These s...

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

M ilSfg frday. March 23, I fit | Women Bewail Men's Attire As Eds View New Fashions «ve ten ork ■ it ind t.o eh- ole H," ing ink lor- 'I tni? lat- ob eks I ied, nod I the aid hut Hut ■ere in the ■ ifp Hy I.HK UIHOTT Many a woman haw l e wailed her man's inattention to the way he dresses. In fart, seem- ingly immune to the giddy faith ion changes in women's attire, trudge their stodgy way in basically the same .style clothes their fathers wore. And college men, minus U sizable clothe* budget and mamma to do the ironing, have been stereotyped in what one woman newspaper writer called "University Sloppy." Does this image of collegiate disregard, once revered, still hold true at North Texas'.' We asked. Comments were gleaned from coed# based on their observa- tion* of the men or* campus. And theii opinions were ho delinite and voluminous it would seem the girls watch the boys pretty closely, ©©incidentally, the women's views corresponded closely to those of the fashion writers in men's ...

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

■,;''v-" If" '.ill ':• ;.« f PAGE 4—SPORTS liMA ' Stud The Campus Chat m i for Test i|!i$^lll|||i auy^yiLiiki. -:-f ■". ■■J:=-;:^..l.i Friday, March 21 • u„a,;UMi Try Menchaca To Year's First 880 Richard M*ii«ihac* vrtll jret an . staed the meet up this way:1 opportunity today to teat his ape- i "'We're kind of thin in some events,! daily, the SHO-yawi run, for the j but we'll push them all the way." I Ant time this season. j Noah plans to send Richard j He will run in this event at a Bothmer and John Petti! into the | triangulai meet in Dallas involv- sprint*. Both haw 9.<*> mark* this mg North Texas. Southern Meth- y«"< Bothmer claimed the 100- Eagles Prepare First Scrimmage Following Initial Week of Drills odist ami Arlington State Menchm a, who holds the North Texas 880 record at 1:61.0, has been running the mile and two- mile events this year. The top performer for SMU will be Dexter Rlkms, who burst <tii the scene during this year's in- door season. F.lkins failed ...

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

i Mipsra Friday, March 23, 1962 Have Problems, Too • By MIKE DUCKWORTH It's an old American tradi- tion t« boo the umpire and hec- kle the referee. Here on cuin- pus it's now even considered passe to throw paper projectile* at the basketball referee*. But occasionally one still hears such invectives as "You Mind torn!" The Campus Chat Dr. Loft's Hobby Entails Lightning, Angry Coeds and "That dumb clown!" hurled at the officials. Yet most of the "blind torn*" are college graduates. Dr. James Lott, for example, an associate professor of biology at North Texas, leads another life as sec- retary of the Denton chapter of the Southwestern Officials' Rough Draft By MHe Rabun SPORTS EDITOR ilBllilllllllWIIWWWtlBflllllWiWWtWIIWBHMWIWHIIWWHM Spring Maiming Don't ninkf a quick move or jerk around and look, but if you will quietly turn and take a i* ek at the calendar, you will notice that spring has crept upon us without even so much as a howdy do. And the main feature of the season, other tha...

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

PAGE *—NEWS ■ I'.' ,^,J, The Campus Chat ,;''J ■Hill Cast Learns It may take rhythm and eo- orrlination to donee hut it take* much m< w to fijrht with real xwords without prttinx hurt, (Jnivermty Player* have found while n-heamiriif for "Richard III." The |>ia.v' battle action takes place in the fifth scene of the Shakespearean production, to be presented next Thursday, Fri- day arid Saturday itt the Main Auditorium. To achieve realism, the actors have paired off and practiced synchronising their blows Each pair works out its own patterns and fUrht* with rhythm, counting with each strike. A few actually make stabbing motions which they have worked out. and flashing spotlight# help to di - jruine the tinted movements, I)R ROBERT I1I.ACK of the speech faculty, technical direc- tor, said that extra care must be taken brtcksutjre because it is so dark. The actors carry their swords point down at then- side as they run from side to side. Preparations for the play are beinir made on...

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

SVX31 'EVTiva •oo saivs - aoiAtras nuotftfiH •"T# 45Hi YEAR The Campus Chat WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1962 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS NO. 42 Senate Delays Proposal To Cut Prexy Requisites In Television Series Debaters Topple TCU for 3rd Win Alpha SPILLS ON WHEELS—Phillip Pierce, a Lambda pledge, was one of the many fraternity pledget who skidded onto the pavement during Tuesday afternoon's Greek Week bicycle race. A large crowd turned out for the bike relays which were plagued with disqualifications. Kappa Alpha won first and Theta Chi came in second. MONEY MAKERS—Jackie Wayne Skelton, right, Interfraternity Council treasurer, holds $600 that will be converted to $6,000 by the National Defense Student Loan Program, which matches loan fund contributions 9 to I. President H. P. Chauvin takes a close look at the total amount, borrowed from the Denton County National Bank for the photograph. With $600 Donation Greeks Boost Loan Assets Ipl: Some groups plant trees to help 1 t...

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

PAGE 2—-EDITORIALS Money Needed for Film ' r J p. i Senate Drives Hard For Prestige Builder The Campus Chat Former Oklahoma Collegiate Champ awiiww " 21 PPP Wedneiday, March 21, IH2 i ii i #• « n «« i • i4/*f i r Victory Becomes Habit With Swaney j „.;4. In u hypothetical hijfh school in South- w« t Tt xas. a brochure arrived announc- ing a conference to be held in the School of Bunnies* Administration at North Texan State University. The conference to announced and a student raised his hand. His question: Where is North Texas? That isn't inch a far-fetched exam- ple. Exposed primarily to the Dallas- Fort Worth area high school student, North Texans find it easy to believe that NTSU enjoys equal fame in other areas of the state. That prominence fades in the coastal area*, Southwest and West Texas. The important advantage# of attending NTSU are lost to these segments of Texans. North Texas is simply not as well known as loyalty dictates it should be. What does that mean? It means the...

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

Wednesday, March 28. 1962 Sing Song Firsts Go 1 % filf A capacity crowd gave stand- ing ovations to both Delta (•atuma and Sigma Nu hh they aang their way tt. (uhV- trophies at Sing Song Sunday afternoon in the Main Auditor- ium. The D( s, dressed in long green dresses, had won enthusiastic approval from the audience ear Her with their rendition of "When You Go" and "Laudanum Te." Lynda Crawford of Fort Worth wag song leader. "Si^rna Nu Sandman" and "Battle Hymn of the Republic" were Sigma Nu's winning offer ings. The chorus made effVetlv<- use of blue lights and a solo whistler. Carroll Barnes, A hi lene, directed the Sigma Nu . HI NNERS-llI* in the sornri ty division were /.eta Tau Alpha, singing a medley of song*. sec- ond place; and Alpha Delta Pi, singing "The Angels in Heaven" and "Song of the Brook," third place. The Zetas wore calico dresses and hair hows, and AI Pi members arid pledges wore white and blue floor length sheaths with silver halo*. Showmanship was the keynot...

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

-■ 14,S1 ■ ■'".- ■ *W^m- ■ - ■ pagc 4—shorts me campus uw wwiwm^, ".«.«•" •-• •"• Netters, Golfers Divide Against Visitors ■w The Campus Chat lliiSi|Iifi laiiiff Wednesday, March 28 1962 Sooners Coast To Tennis Win iilMAill, jilUBL' .,1. .LLmi! " — . The North Texas tennis team saw if# four game winning streak dry up and blow away Tuesday against the overpower- ing net play of the University of Oklahoma. The Sooner*, playing in their first match of the year, took the Eagles four to two. THE OUTSTANDING match of the day pitted Weston Wolff against Jerry Geyman In a long, grueling match Wolff whipped the Sooner 6-8, 8-6, 7-5. The Eagles' No. 1 player staved off a third-set rally after being ahead four games to one. In other singles matches. Ok- lahoma's Paul Gregory beat Johnny Simmons 6-4, 6-1; Jim Garlick took Ray Williamson 6-2, 6-1; and the Eagles' Jere Higjrins beat Mark Latham 6-3, 6-4. Dennis Conner won over Sooner Pete Love in freshman play. After splitting the four sin- gles'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1962

: ARE THEY LOST' TO UNIVERSITY LIFE? By JOHN POWERS st us hi* dud likl* to Imv« office worries b«hind jthe weekend, the average North Texas student lb to escape from the classroom world by hitting Bhwbwuy '0| home or the big fity u couple of week- iimm a month. The campus he leaves behind sometime* resemble* Jipctie from "On the Beach" on Saturday afternoons and Sundays. 11 ws the university and ultimately the student him- self-- suffer as a result? To find what both students and administrators think ofRhe situation, which actually Is present at almost alll of the nation's colleges, Chat reporters talked with 78ptudents and key North Texas officials. TBI-: FINDINGS—not meant to be authoritative— were these: • Most students who leave the campus frequently onFweekends do so because their homes are nearby or IJwause other areas offer better entertainment fa- Itptics. • A K< «d share say they would remain in Denton if more weekend activities were available. • A large majority of thos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1962

MNp$« [J?: B$h' ■ I I I l y ipflf™ { * i .-- WiW liliiiiiii — ••■. -v.™ IliiPIHPPiiiiiii PAGE 2—EDITORIALS No Cutthroat Competition Greeks Demonstrate Spirit of Cooperation The Campus Chat Friday. March 10, 1962 Repairing Students' Music Instruments Ex Performer Likes Backstage Work For once the Greek organizations on campus are demonstrating the ability to work together for their mutual ben- ent. Their observance of Greek Week was perhaps the best organized and most successful of any in previous years. They proved this week what they can do—now it will be up to them to follow through and continue to cooperate. The $600 donation by the Interfraternity Council to the student loan fund is a good example of what can be done. The meetings of the various officers Monday afternoon seemed to accom- plish one thing—to create a spirit of cooperation and to eliminate the stub- born. selfish attitude and cutthroat com- petition which have been common in the past. The officers appear to have re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1962

t Friday, March 30, 1942 ADPi Wins Sig Ep Tourney In Feminine Fitness Display The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS li> KARL HOU Thirty-six jean-clad coed* from nix sororities battled for two hours Wednesday in a volleyball tourna- ment which would easily meet the standards of President Kennedy's physical fitness program. Arid at the end, Alpha Delta Pi took home the tournament title ami a 12-inch trophy offered in the third annual sorority volleyball tourna- ment —. An enthusiastic crowd of 300 watched competition in the (Jreek Week event sponsored by Sigma Phi Gpsilon fraternity, Led by the trained spiking of Sue Merriman, ADPi won the crown by defeating second-place M Alpha Phi 16-8 and 15-1 in the best two-of-three series in the tourney final x. ADPi did not win without a strong bid from the defending champions, Kappa Delta. In the fourth game ADPi came from a five-point deficit of 6-1 to defeat the KDs 16-14 in the most evenly matched contest of the day. "It was good,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1962

■ m Di r ec t or ■■■■■ In Highest 20 P«r Th* North Texan intramural pruirraiti would n itk approxi- mate ly in the top 'M p<*r cent in comp«ri«on with other whools, Couch Kenneth Bahnsen esti- mated after returning from the J8th annual National Intramural Association Conference Bahnsen, North Texas' intra- mural director, baswi this fttf* ure on intramural facilities, ac- tivities, offered and the number partieipatinir Student participation railed from 100 per cent at West Point and the Naval Academy to 10 per cent in some schools, Bahnsen reported. About 48 per cent of the men at North Texas play in at least one intramural sport, according to the director. THIS IS THK first year North Texas has been a member of the association and represented at the conference, held last week- end at Las Crueet>, N M At the same time, Dr. Jess E. (Vaiiey, athletic director, was in Lyut ville. Ky , for the second National Athletic Administra- tion in Colleges and Universities Conference, and O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1962

Friday, March 30, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—FEATURES — Peaks to Lake Bottoms — Hassinger Braves Elements By DAVID DUNNIGAN MoHt North Texans have their up« «nd downs but nothitiK like Woody Hassinger. Ho goes from mountain outings and airplane piloting to playing frogman on lake bottoms. Kemember the neWM story two years ago about two Texas youthit getting stranded in the Hough Draft Hy Mil^e Rabun SPORTS EDITOR Ring Around the Frat Bush It' you have vision which is anywhere near normal and if you were in the vicin>y of Avenue E Tuesday, you would have noticed that the aforementioned street was en- tirely blocked off by a larife jrlob of vehicles. All that was left in the way of space was a thin passageway in the mid- dle of the avenue which would have supplied just enough room for Mickey Rooney or Mickey Mouse. Now if you hud Ween a sports-minded thinker, you might have thought that all these people had turned out to watch the Eagle tennis fellows trying to knock off the Oklah...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 March 1962

PAGE 4--NEWS The Campus Chat Language Lab Adds New Booths Monday Friday, March 30, 1962 'I'M •*! Coeds May Vie For Miss Denton I Foreign language students who want to hear native speakers now have a letter chance of get- ting a booth in the language laboratory. Beginning Monday <">0 stations will be open an compared to the old It. Facilities have been in- creased in the lab to handle more students per hour. New ear- phones and speakers have been installed in the old booths. Each textbook has its own tape of materials, which ia bor- rowed from the publisher, Thom- as HarJlee of the foreign lan- guage faculty said. The lab nlao has other types LISTENING POST . . . Once a matter control panel, right, it lowered to a horizontal position ne*t week, 60 new foreign language listening booths will be in operation. Here +he apparatus gets a final check by T. S. Harllee, chairman of the language lab committee and a member of the for- eign language faculty. •News Briefs- Nebraska Pianist ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 April 1962

45th YEAR The Campus svxax 'tvnvf U1N3AV 3100 \Z6* H ' S0IAH3C RHiOUOZH Hobbling Track Team Spends Lost Weekend in San Angelo — Page 4 Panel To Name 15 Top Coeds Thursday Night Fifteen North Texas women will be awarded the Top Coed on Cum- pus title Thursday night. They will be announced from a field of 61 candidates at the annual Matrix Table Banquet at 6:80 in the Crys- tal Room of Marquis Hall. The women selected for the hon- or have been judged on the basis of scholarship, activities and lead- ership. Five representatives of each of the three upper classes will be named. The top woman journalist will also be announced at the banquet, sponsored each year by Theta Sig- ma Phi, women's professional jour- nalism fraternity. Jerry Dewbre of Denton Hitch School and Judy Denney of Hal- tom High School, winners of a high school essay contest on "Why I'm Interested in Journalism," will also receive awards. Bob Brock, radio-TV editor of the Dallas Times Herald, will speak at the banquet. ...

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

t ' PAGE 2—EDITORIALS 7 a.m. Classes h: The Campus Chal 521 Receive Near! New Life To Dawn '' — i,,. ^ . ,l,r : For Summer Student •. ii Wedneiday, April 4, 1942 [' i il n \ Foot Bill Froshm«*n and students who never at- tended summer school tefore will tret a small surprise this summer—classes begin at 7 a.m. Some will grimace and some will groan, but it's not that bad. True, some students live in air-con- ditioned dorms and have all their class- es in cooled buildings. But for the many who don't it's not hard to see that the heat would be a problem as the day went along if classes were later. First. you can't sleep late when it's too hot to sleep. Second, you don't feel like sitting in class when the tempera- ture has reached 95 degrees. Summer days are just naturally in- vigorating, if the student will just get out of bed, get his classes over with and enjoy the rest of the day. Also it's much easier to hold down a part-time job when you can promise your employer you will be at w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 April 1962

'Jviv;:;i!| m Wedneiday, April 4, 1962 Pianist Career Commences With Wish to Study Guitar V'\; ^ 1;: The Campus Chat By BUKNDA ItCSBKLL Cary l^ewis traded ambitions of having u iruitur, ttutis and a home for riding piano bunch, playinif a keyboard and learning Chopin. I*>wis, a sophomore from Har- linKHi, hud aspiration* of becom- ing: a oowboy 10 year# ago when he begged bin parents to let him take guitar lessons. They made a bargain: he could take guitar les- sons as soon as he learned to play the piano. lie agreed to it. After all, what did he have to lose ? Today Lewi* in a talented piano major in the School of Music. Lewis came to North Texas af- ter bis hitrh school choir director talked him Into trying for u schol- arship to North Texas. The scholar- ship was renewed this year. He recently won $800 for first place in a contest, sponsored by the Tuesday Music ('tub in San An- tonio. It cost him about SIMM plus meals to make the trip, he said, giving him a $200.9# profit for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 April 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS Dewberry, Bowser Wound Ankles The Campus Chat Thinclads Become Thinner With Two Regulars Injured The North Tex a* Eagle truck *t r* spent h lout weekend in Sun Angelo Saturday with u last place finish in the San Angelo Relay* and a total of SV* points in the meet Before the meet, two serious injuries hit the already thin squad when Calvin t Stubby) Bowser, freshman javelin-throw- ing star, and David Dewberry, the Eagles' outstanding pole vaulter this season, suffered left ankle injuries. Bowser, who ha* already sur- passed both the freshman and varsity records- with the javelin, received a severe sprain in a campus accident. Bowser said he would pet the cast off in about a week or two but it would be two or more weeks before he could return to form. DEU KERRY SUFFERED a break and will be lost to the team for the rest of the season with the possible exception of the Missouri Valley Conference meet in May. At San Angelo, Guan Miller, North Texas consistent high cm - ■ f ...

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