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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1962

45th YEAR The Campus Chat Golfc s Continue Surge, Eye Win in Tournament — Page 4 FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1962 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS NO. 45 Clubs Aid Film Fund With $320 Donations hy two campus groups have boo*tod to $320 the contribu- tion* toward a fund for a promo- tional film of North Texan, but lens than u week remains to collect the lacking $480. Hill Perkison, film committee chairman, said individual students may be called on to contribute the rest of the $800 needed to shoot the picture. Latest donations were $75 by the lnterfraternlty Council and $50 by the Green Jackets. I'SNT Vice - President Anne 1 Indite* had previously set next Tuesday as a goal for collecting all the donations. MAY USE BOOTH Perkison said Tuesday night that if the required amount has not been collected by the deadline, n booth will be set up in the Union Building to solicit fund* from stu- dents. The Talons have offered to oper- ate such a booth, Talon President Karl Prohl revealed Wedne...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1962

PAGE 2—fOITOWALS Broad Foundations Necessary Specialization Limits Balanced Education Johnny can't read well. Johnny doesn't remember any detail* about the Poetic* of Aristotle or th< Republic of Plato. But Johnny is helping assemble a Van de Graaff generator. Or else it happens the other way around. Our affluent, urbanized society is also specialized. So are the scholastic discip- lines in our universities. Because of the increasing concentration of knowledge available in divergent fields, proficiency in any one of them necessitates increas- ingly narrow investigation and study by the student, And while the student digs around for a couple of pertinent facts in his field, five or six important bits of in- formation pop up in other areas of study. .Vow no one can keep up with all new knowledge. Rut just about anyone who is attending college to learn can absorb and integrate some basic knowledge about science, the arts, literature and the social sciences. Any student who takes the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1962

Friday, April 6, 1962 H It* [f Jewish Students Organize To Promote Understanding The Campus Chat RASE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS The promotion of better under- atundinic of the Jewibh religion on the North Texas cwnpuH is the MrtNil of the newly orVMlwad United Jowiwh Student*. The xroup, which ratified it* constitution Monday, hopes to gain better relationghipti between their ffroup and other relitfiouH organise- (ions on campus. Group activities will be morial service and religious and cultural education for Jewish student*. Officers of the United Jewish Students, which meets on Monday night, are Morris Kayblatt of Dal- las, president; Geoffrey Kass of Miami Beach, Fla., vice-president; Minna Horovitt of Newton. Mass- secretary treasurer; Leah Ray blatt and I.any Gutterman, both of Dallas, activities chairmen; and Irwin Aunust of Muskoiran, Mich , and Judy Klepak of Dallas, mem Ix-rship committee chairmen. 4 uUiolir At 7:S0 p.m. Thuraday Or. I'eter Kurileez of Dallas will show slides...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1962

MB >(.iK.a - "" W' page 4—sports The Campus Chat Friday, April E 0 1 I f" ) Golfers Continue Rampage Oklahoma Sooners North Texas' First Savage Gets AII-MVC Award HONORED AS THE FIRST North Texas basketball player to ever make the All-Missouri Valley Conference basketball team is John Savage. Presenting the award is Dr. Jess E. Cearley, athletic director. Presentation of u plaque Tues- day to North Texas' All-Mis- souri Valley Conference eager, John Savage, brought predic- tions of future greatness for the 6-5 forward and next year's team from Coach Charles John- son. Savage, sophomore from De- troit, Tex., received the award from Dr. Jess K. Cearley, ath- letic director, in recognition of Savage's being named to the AII- MVC first team at the close of the season. "WE'RE SI HE proud of John," Coach Johnson com- mented. "This will give him something to shoot for again during the next two seasons." Savage finished third in the season scoring race with 50(1 points for a IS'.5 game a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1962

Friday, April 6, 1962 International Students Leader Aims for Closer Relationships The Campus Chet PAGE 5—FEATURES By DIANA DEEVEK He Una the energy of a Yan- kee, the insight of a philosophy student, the pride of a Texan. His home is Baghdad, Iraq, yet he answers to the name "Sam"—abort for Subhi Abdul Marouf. And in the past five years at North Texas, Sam has tome to be a spokesman and leader of his fellow students through the International Stu- dent Organization. During his stay on campus, Sam has obtained the B.A. de- gree in economies and is now working on an M.A. in govern- ment. He eventually hopes to get hi* doctor's degree in adminis- trative leadership in the School of Education. KFOU COMING TO TEX- AS, Sam attended a junior col- lege in Pasadena, Calif., where he was head of the Iraqi Student Society of the United States in Southern California. He went from college to college visiting \ Rough Draft By Milfe Rabun SPORTS EDITOR wmmmrnmmmmrnmmmmmmmmmm Mill—mill Loot Wins The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 April 1962

MGE 6-NEWS «SMW ,v r" '"vW. ■||| " liiiiraliiSS1 I * J 2.5s Increase, But 3.0s Decline 482 Chosen for Honor The Campus Chat ► our hundred eighty-two North • ¥"r tms Hohwiium. It> ran . __„_i ,k„ ; J mm HoSnn. GlMrM* Houdre«u Su *nm- Texan* were named Mundaj to the aim ii.rw« llrldamn. Jon Itawler Anirtv Murir Br<wn, Frank N*ln<n Hmwn fall 14X51 honor roll. Sixty-one were 8.0 scholars, and 421 made at least a 2.5 average. The 2.5 list climbed 14 per cent above the 364 total in the fall of 1W0 ax 57 more students (rained the honor group. HROWN-IH NI.AP Rub;. Jr*n«H«> llnwn. 8ti#rry Ann geown. Kfnrfth Woynr llrttlMOn. Juntr* F«y Buck. Wltlmm lluekulifw, tinier Li'Hl Oullw-k. Julia Ann HuivluMt, Hartmm ButvhSel, KuIwmi Burke, .icwnn* Burkirtt, J Ann Hurku A!w Ruth Sutler. ,l*m<- M«rlh« J*n« (irwtir). Mary HWlvn linn- ory. Jut* Ctrifltth. June* Brnnrtt (iron., C«rlm> Bay (iulMl Orvltla U l* (inmi.w. Suo I,yline Huron ,v. Marilyn Haaiiu. Wll- ll*ni H#llm rk. Carol Ann M ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1962

mcr.oFiut BOX 8066-4924 COLE DALLAS, TEX COUP 45th YEAR The Campus Chat Eagle Gridders Hit Hard In Intersquad Scrimmage — Page 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL II. 1962 NO. 46 Senate Gives 3 Choices On Experience lor Prexy YD, YR Opinions Clash Do People Need Government Aid? Members Kill Amendment To Raise Grade Requisite THESE ARE THE TOP COEDS on Campus announced at Thurs- day night's Matrix Table banquet. On the back row, left to right, are Margaret Neumann, Mary Alice Moore, Thylis Jean Sassa- nella, Sue Ann Merriman, Barbara Brasseaux, Billie Sue Blake and Judy Beiber. On the front row are Janis Swenson, Anne Hodges, Nancy Keil, Betty Sue Boyd, Laura Beth Legg, Barbara Lubbers and Gloria Adams. Carolyn Payne, center, was named Outstand- ing Woman Journalist. Nancy Norris, not shown, also was named a Top Coed. Ex-Student Reservations Pour In U-Night Shapes Up creating North Texas Reservations for the North Tex -1 the bill as exes' "Unite for U-Night...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1962

JAGt 2—EDITORIALS Critics Attack From All Angles Textbooks Buffeted By Storm of Words The Campus Chat Missionary Uses Popular Novels As Textbooks Wedneiday, April II, 1962 Natives Will Learn From Westerns By LARKY PHILLIPS Western novel* which Americans read for "We are setting up plana for 120 student*," he aaid. "This mean* we will have a one-stream Modem textbooks are swirling in a hurricane of controversy. It is not strange that textbooks should l*> the target of adamantly held opinions and burning accusations and the source of thousands of printed words. They an* the chief substance in the education of today's youth who will one day shape the nation. Anything of such importance is due close scrutiny, and they're getting just that from all quarters—both by quali- fied and unqualified critics. On one hand, critics hold that texts are too slanted and colored—that they don't project a true picture of the sub- ject. Others maintain that textbooks aren't synchronized with our time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1962

Wednesday, April II, 1962 Club Notes The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Equestrians To Show Skill In Horse Capades Sunday Hume Capades, the annual open horse show sponsored by Ca- halleros, the riding flub, will be held Sunday at Bates Stable* be- ginning at 12:80 p.m. Spectator ad- miMion is free. The show will consist of nine events, each divided into two classes for riders 15 and under and 1« and over. Events are English limitation, western horsemanship, bareback horsemanship, barrel racing, pole bending, reining, tri- eight, ranch obstacles and musical pairs. Anyone may enter the show, En- tries will be made at the show ring Sunday. Trophies will be given to the first-place winners in each class, ribbons through sixth place and a high-point trophy will foe (riven in each aire division. The hiirh-point award goes to the rider who earns the most points in the show, based on class placing*. Trophies and ribbons are on display in the cases in Women's Gymnasium. 1*111 ALPHA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 April 1962

wm If Si1 11 "i t ,1 "; ■te page 4—SK>*TS ■ iii 1 i.:.I iimiHiiimi!!; i! "i!<«? - tmmm. vmm ^ The Campus Chat . I I >'i!i ■ II 1 Gold Touch Lost; 1: : Golfers Try A&M E«trW Kolfera will try to retrain their Midas touch around the invent today mrainst South wont Conference leader Texas A&M after neeinjf their short jrame collapse over the weekend in the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Golf Tournament The <<ual match will 1* played at the Shady Valley Country Club in Arlington because of the poor condition of some of the ifreetis at the North Texas course Coach Herb Ferrill looks for Henry Ransom's Aggie* to 1* one of the two toughest opponents his team has faced this season. The other strong team the Eagles encountered wa Oklahoma State. The Aggies have shot their way to 10-2 record and u big lead in the Southwest Conference. John Lively. Dick Duble, Johnny Johnson and Harry Hoskins com- prise the A&M squad that finished second to the Kajrles at the South- western...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1962

* r " r* q The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1962 NO. 47 Two on Slate for Weekend Debaters Await TV Bouts First in Chapter's History Hodges, Swaney Get Set Profs Write TACT Bylaws For NBC, Sinclair Debates For the ttmt time in its history, has made four proposed SETTING TESTS READY for students to check out, Sharron Boyd, studont employe in the Library's Reserve Room, looks over the file of quizzes which were collected by a USNT Senate committee. The tests will be distributed in the same manner as books on reserve. The file contains about 160 exams and more are expected. the North Texas chapter of the Texas Association of College Teachers may have a set of by- laws. The bylaws compiled by Dr. Jack Serogga and Dr. Hugh Ayer, both of the history department, are to be considered for adoption at the I next meeting: of the local chapter. Topics dealt with in the bylaws in- clude membership, quorum, officers, duties of officers, the executive co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1962

IS; 1 "* SPSsMs ■! itRl|: $: I-- 71 PAGE 2—EDITORIALS For Established Frats .'i,> ""V " The Campus Chat As Air Force Reservist '"V,1 ■; SAE Might Provide Impetus To Expand Friday, April 13. 1962 iiiM An Chat advertisement in Wednesday's, invited any members of Sigma Alpha Epailon on the North Texas cam- pus to contact a central telephone num- ber. ostensibly to organize a chapter on campus. These displaced Greeks are members of one of the top national social fra- ternities Their interest in settling at North Texas may provide the impetus the fraternity system here needs for expansion and new growth. And there is a need for strengthen- ing the system. The Greek letter socie- ties not only offer a chance for personal polish to individuals, but often form the nucleus of school spirit at many insti- tutions. The football stadium would be even more barren were it not for the fra- ternities and sororities. Spirit is usually hivh within the Greek structure itself. But they can't generat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1962

Friday, April II, 1962 Recital Series Will Include Songs of Six Nationalities The Campus Chat PA©! 3—ACTIVITIES- AMUSEMENTS Souks of six nationalities will be sting at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday by Bernardina Olivares, Kdinburg, in the Music Recital Hull. Miss Olivares' recital is one of five recitals scheduled by the School of Music for the coming week. At noon today in the Music Ke- cital Hall eight clarinet students of Dr. Lee Gibson will exercise the 12-tone technique which was pioneered by Schoenberg. Frances Lumpkin, Port Worth, will tfive her senior organ recital at 8:lf> Tuesday. And at. the same time the organ and violin recital of Margaret Mitchell, Houston, and Dixie Norquest, Kdinburg, will be presented in the Main Au- ditorium. They will be accompan- ied by David Bartholomew, Hrown- wood. In her concert Wednesday Miss Olivares will sing four Spanish songs by De Falla and Obradors; three German songs by Strauss; an aria, "Vie Nahte Mir Der Schlummer," by Von Weber from the o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1962

nil PAGE 4—SPOUTS Gridders To Clash At Fouts Tuesday Assistant Coaches Herb Fer- rill and Fred McCain will guide the Whites and this Greens, re- spectively, a* the Eagle foot- bull twtnt give# a preview of the litre season with its annual intersijuad game at Fouts Fit-id at 7;30 p.m. Tuesday. Ferrdi's Whites will have a weight advantage with three nicm 24 S< or bettor Tackle? Bob- by price and Joe Ferguson are 260 and 270. and guard Richard Firrit weighs 24#. THE WHITES also will have the team's fastest man in their backfield, halfback Bobby Smith. The All-Conference HlO-pounder is recovering from a minor shoulder injury anil should be ready to play. Carrying a heavy loud for the Greens will be tackle Herb Schulse, 232, and fullback Bill MeWatters, who is beginning to regain his freshman form after being weakened by hepatitis last fall. Probable starters for the Greens are Mike Pirkle and Winston Freeman, ends; Schulxe and Cotton Moore, tackles; Lar- ry Sullivant and Larry Thomas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1962

Friday, April 13, 1962 M Wilson Shrugs Off Extra Man' Status The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS By AHfflt WALL Seven years ugo Don Wilson, junior from Mineral Wells, start- ed playing golf becuuse his high school team needed i n extra man. Today he is one of the main cogs in North Texas' drive for the national championship. "I only played because our team needed one more man be- fore it eould play any matches, si> I volunteered," he explained. "Hoy, I'll never forget that first 88 1 shot! it really gave me a thrill." Wilson is now carrying u 73.8 stroke average, and in consist- ently ranked among the top four on the varsity. "« WAS ALWAYS interested in basket ball ami baseball while in high school. I never dreamed that I would come to college on a golf scholarship," he said. Wilson is a self-made golfer. He has never had any real pro- fessional lessons in his short golf career. He learned through lung hard hours of practice and listening to tips from other golf era. "After 1 found out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 April 1962

PAG! fr—N€WS The Campus Chat Modern Canterbury Tales' Players Rehearse Inge s Bus Stop' A KuriH«H Miowtttorm ami 11 Mtrnmitx) busload of unu*u«l pas snni(t«'i will touch off th«- action of a modern "Canterbury Tales" in the University Player* presen- tation i>f William Ingv'* "Bu Stop," The play, scheduled on cam- pun May 8-12, is already in the first stages of rehearsal and planning. THK SCENE of "Bus Stop" is a small diner. Into this tiny establishment from the delayed bust staler a cheap night club sinirer who i bei'Hf shanghaied Starr Retires As Watchman A long-time employe of North Texas will not be able to work his last day before retirement. Clint Starr, nightwatchman at North Texas for over 28 years, will retire today while in a hos- pital bed at Flow Memorial Hos- pital Starr suffered a heart attack April ft but is expected to leave the hospital Sunday. He had been workfntr at a Lake Dallas grocery store part time and may go back if his condition per mits, However, his w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1962

Two Extra Pledges Shoot Movie Fund $115 Beyond Goal The Campus Chat BOX 8066-4924 COLE DALLAS, TEX COiP 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVfU.ITY, DENTON TEXA'j WEDNESDAY. APRIL 18. 1962 NO. 48 Additional pledges have boosted the fund to finance a promotional movie depicting campus life at North Texas $115 over the estimated cost of $800, Bill Perkison, film committee chairman, revealed lo the USNT Senate Tuesday night. Donations mid pledges by 12 groups pushed the fund over the mark, und Perkison uuid negotia- tions will begin us soon mm possi- ble for u contract with Bob Welch, ex-student who volunteered to make the Aim, The extra $100 promised by the Women's Forum and $15 by the Women's Recreational Association mijjrht be used to make a repro- duction of the public relations film, declared Perkison, END OF DRIVE The $800 (foal came as a climax to two weeks of fund raising by the senate. In other action, the USNT Sen- ate appropriated money to begin work on a proposed time capsule. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1962

*AGI 2—EDITORIALS Scholastic Problems Beginning? The Campus Chat Help Students Help Themselves Wednesday, April IB, 1962 Grades Should Rate First With Pledges Counselors Aid Undecided, Lovelorn Pledgeship's over! Pledges of a few of the social frater- nities have already heard t hose words within the past week, and the remainder may expect to hear them .won—at •./ > time between now and the beginning of Dead Week May 17. What then? Some of the pledget* will take ad- vantage of the extra time to catch upon at tidies which were neglected too often in the pledgeship period. And others, in their elation over their newly ac- quired status, will completely abandon all studying The mandatory study ses- sions held during pled fresh ip will be merely lost time if the last weeks before Dead Week are not used to their full- est advantage The fledgling Greeks should not let their enthusiasm over their new mem- l>ership interfere with their studying during the remainder of the semester. Pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1962

Wednesday, April 18, 1962 Recital To Include Dance From Tahiti A mixture of linnet'* from Spain, Tahiti, and America will lie included in the Modern Dance Club'* IMS recital The New Faces of Dance" April 27 in the Miiftic Recital llall. All of the dance choreography Corse To Sing Work Lauded By Composer A student composition which re- ceived h Kood reaction from l.uka Kuan at the Component Workshop last month will he huiic in a studio recital tonight by its composer, l,arry Corse, >i Sherman senior, Corse will niiiR "Acquainted Willi the Niifht," a number based on a poem by Robert FVost. He in one of 15 students of Miss Margaret Kalll, resident soprano, wh will sin*; solos starting at (5:30 p.m. in room i o7 of the Music Building. In another student recital, l.ub Hand member Ray kireilis, Lub- bock, will present 20th century compositions for clarinet and sax- ophone at 8:15 p.m. April 215 in the Music Recital llall. Kireilis will play two sonatas <«n the clarinet by Skcdren an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 April 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS Eagles To Encounter 2 Strong Opponents In Golfing Holiday Coach Herb Fcrrill will select his team f m Frank Luk«, who in in top form after missing a match be- .uuse of a collapsed lung, captain Hill Garrett. Bobby Greenwood, El* (fit* SeafetUr and Don Wilson. The Ragle*' dual match record against Oklahoma State stands at MO-3. However, this year North Texas defeated 081' 44-14 March 2t> in Denton and finished second to Coach Labron Harris' tnim in the Oklahoma lntercolle- iriaii <i"lf Tournament April 27. The team hope* to even the score with the Aggies, who in- flicted the onl> blemish on the Bagl+s' record with a clone 34- win \pril 11 an the Shady V'alle* Country Club in Arling- ton. Greenwmtd i- leading the team in average (hot.- per round with 71.:? it) |6 eighteen-hole journeys. For many student*. spring vaca- tion represent* res! and relaxation. Hut for the golf team it means competition. The Kagle* will get their first I •■ample of Missouri Valley Con-...

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