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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1962

0 ■ Classes Will Dismiss On U-Day Afternoon Thi administration has an- nounced a half-holiday in honor of University Day May 9. Student* will go to their 1 p.m. Classen for roll check and align- ment* and then will go to the U- Day assembly at 1:80 p.m. in the Main Auditorium, President J. c. Matt hewn aaid Thursday. Rev. John Marvin, a Kansas City executive in the Presbyterian Church, will addrens North Texan* on nian'a role in the space age. The other half of the program Ixes Give Right Twist To Modern-Day U-Day North Texas exes can't be ac- cused of celebrating birthdays in un old-fashioned way. Ex-students in the Wichita Falls area have planned n twist exhibi- tion as part of their program in honor of North Texas State Uni- versity's first year. The twist, to be performed by eight exes weighing; in at over 250 pounds, is part of the enter- tainment at a banquet scheduled for May 8. The Wichita Falls celebration is one of two planned by exes. a banquet will be held May 5 in Dal- ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1962

1 JBB f§§ [ f*St 2—EDITORIALS A ' ^ *■ Assembl ft Eli?': " ® ivlslwy flfllS I The Campus Chat Necessary U-Dfciy Needs Spirit To Become Creative Urge: 'Poem's There, Won't Go Away Poets May 9 University Day at North Tex a*. That's the day set aside an campus to recall the signing of Texas House Bill 645, the document that dropped the 0 in NTSC, substituted a U and sig- naled the recognition of North Texas status as a full-fledged university. The administration and I SN'T offi- cers have planned appropriate ceremon- ies. The University Day celebration in DM51 was successful. The '62 celebra- tion will ti« along the same lines. A time capsule containing records of NTS ITs first year as a university will tie unveiled and buried in front of the Administration Building. If the ceremonies are well attended, they will lie repeated next year. The excitement of the bill-signing has died; the rush and stir of new status is gone. Campus politicians hopefully foretold new spirit, new traditions,...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1962

Friday, April 27, 1962 The Campus Chat Crash Dieters Waste Time Attempting To Waste Away ('ulleiciantt who go «n starvation diets, drink k«IIomk of Metrecul mid eaerciite until they're wi«k with fatigue may feel they an- witNtiiiK uwuy. Hut they're probably ju*t wus t iiiK their time, miy* Minx Nell lIuviH, leat her of elementary nu- trition in the School of Home Economic*. "People may lone 20 to 30 pound* by following a fad diet," fhe admitted. "Hut eventually they Ko back to eating tkn they used to Sigma Nus Schedule Third Try for Relays The Sigma Nu Relays will be held at ■! p.m. Tuesday, barring another delay. The annual event, postponed twice this spring, i scheduled at the I.uh School Play ground. Sororitiex have been making good use of the time they have had since the April Hi postpone- ment to tfet ready for the com- petition. Robert Stovall, relays di- rector, said. LAM HI) A CHI A I.I* HA The l.atnhdu ("his will liegin their informal rush at 11 p.m. Wednesday with a coffee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1962

f Wiw-il?! 1 j 1 f 1 « « t i « r t t c PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, April 27, 1962 North Texans Normal iiiiifl ■ l Fitness Tests Show Power Located in Arms, Not Legs Chaca Glad He Didn't Try Imitating Colt North Texas' track work- horse didn't have to become a racehorse at the Kansas Relays Saturday alter all. Kichard Menchaca, normally a half-miler, ran several mile and two-mile runs earlier in the season But at Kansas he was entered in the most fantastic col- legiate track event in the na- tion, the 3.000 meter steeple- chase, This race closely resembles the event run by thoroughbred horses, with water hazards and high hurdles complicating al- most two miles of running. But Coach Winton E. (Pop) Noah wanted Menchaca fresh for an anchor half-mile on the sprint medley team, so he with- drew him from the steeplechase. "! sure was glad 1 didn't have to run that thing," the San An- tonio senior said Wednesday. "1 didn't want to break my leg and have to be shot," Lusters Dairy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1962

riday. April 27, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Rough Draft By Rabun SPORTS EDITOR 1 - 1 Green Grows the Charcoal Let uh be the tirst to admit that we know extremely little about agriculture. What small amount we have learned about the subject came from reading the Texas Almanac and our subscription ran out four years ago. But when it comes to growing grass on a golf green, yours truly steps to the fore like he knew what he was do- ing and announces that there is something rotten in the state of the greens over at the NT81I Golf Course. At least there was until the latest endeavor to tidy up the IK stretches of low-cut asparagus tips got under way. THE GREENS STILL aren't what you would mil velvet smooth, but then anything would lie an improvement. A personal vignette if you have time: The 12th hole at the Golf Coni ne in it long tiling ami weigh)) in us a par 5. Having krone without ho much an a glimps* at u par the other (lay, we saw no hope of negotiating thin mounter in live...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 April 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, April 27, IW>2 • H Soph Disproves Fossil Idea SEARCHING for dot-sized fossils he believes upset present the- ories, Jim Schulgen of Mesquite aims for completion of a sopho- more biology project. His original find was crushed, and a second discovery apparently went down a sink drain. By HOB Kit I1MAN An interest in biology that de- velops! in a high achool acience course has led Jim Schulgen of Mesquite to the diacovery of the fossil* of protochara. a dot-size! egg of o water plant that lived over 63 million years ago and was thought to have died out about that time. Prior to this discovery, these fossils were found only in rock formations which were older than 100 milion years, as reported by a professor at Yale University >n 1960 RIVER SEDIMENTS "Schulgen'* discovery of the pro- tochara in sediments taken from the Trinity River changes our con- cept of when these aquatic plants became extinct and also of the en- vironmental conditions that ...

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

mcrtoriL* BOX 8066-49S4 COLE DALUS, TEX CO MP The Campus Chat Local Drugstores Contribute Props for Staging Bus Stop — Page 3 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1962 NO. 50 Installation on U-Day Work Nears End On Time Capsule A time capsule to be dedicated on University Day May 9 will he completed by Monday. The limestone block will be fin- ished Thursday, and the copper bo* and its contents will be ready to be put into the block by Saturday, re- ported Dan White, Denton, and Warren Powell, Fort Worth, who have worked extensively on the pro- ject with James Killingsworth, cap- sule committee chairman. The two students said a bronze North Texas plaque to be placed on the surface of the block should be finished by members of the in- dustrial arts department sometime today. (■OLD LETTERING "We're still not sure about the told leaf lettering,"' White said. "But someone did the same type of by 11 inches, Powell explained. He said the limestone block w...

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

m PAGI 2—EDITORIALS Man Rebels Inwardly Advertising Invades Public's Private Life The Campus Chat Houston to Galveston in Nine Hours Wednesday, May 2, 1942 Girl Cycles 40 Miles, Proves Fitness A lonely couple stands atop a hill making plans for the future while gaz- ing at the stars. Suddenly, across th« sky a light flashes and on the clouds ap- pears a picture of a 1959 automobile with these words underneath. "Buy Now. Trade Now at Honest Joe's Used far Lot." Thus ends a romance. Once again ad- vertising has invaded the very private world of the average citizen. Although this skv-lighting method is not in use now, it is being demonstrated in Union. M.J., to U.S. firms. The Swiss inventor. Femand Auberson, reports that it will be possible to project a 600- foot picture on cumulus clouds two miles up which can lie seen for four miles. In the struggle to sway the consum- er's mind to their way of thinking, the advertisers have dreamed up unique ways of presenting and selling their pro...

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

Wednesday, May 2, 1962 Club Notes The Campus Chat Attache To Discuss Israel Problems of Middle East An Israeli cultural attache, David Ben-Do v of Washington, D. C., will discuss the problem*) of the Middle East rind I artief* role in interna- tional affair* at 7 tonight in the Business Administration Lecture Hall. His speech, sponsored by the Chancery Club, will include discus- sum of domestic, social, economic and governmental problems, Dr. Chester Newlaml, faculty sponsor, •id. SKMI'EH PIDKLIH The Semper Fldelis Society, a club for student applicants to the U.S. Marine Corps Officers Train- ing School, has received approval from both national headquarter J for th«- May 5 primary will speak and the Campus Club# Committee | at a political rally each Tuesday in room 107 of the Language-Government Building. THETA SIGMA I'M I Theta Sigma Phi, woman's na- tional professional journalism fra- ternity, has accepted three spring pledges and elected officers for 1962-A3 Josie Cantu, Han Ant...

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

v.. , Sfiliilw MGE 4 SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, M«y 2, 196? Letters of Intent Signed Cage Future Rises With 2 All-Staters B K \KI I'ROHI. North Texas" freshman bas- ketball t*am is looking for a prosperous year after Couch Travis Duncan signed two All Stat* players recently Jim Sellers, «>-t> center from Hawley, and Albert .lone*, 6-4 forward from Killeen, have signed letters of intent with North Texas. Seller*, a 215-pound giant, let! his school with 23 points and 21 rebound* per game. Jones, the All-State product from Killeen, i« described by Duncan as an outstanding jump- er and shooter. THESE TWO men are the first to aign with North Texas, but two other outstanding play ei> from Robert E Lee High School in Tyler have also indi- cated that they will sign with- in the next two weeks. These players led their school to the quarterfinal# of the state 4-A crown before being defeated by Thomas Jefferson High School of Dallas, the eventual state champion. The men, who#* ...

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

USNT Candidates Offer Platforms for Inspection i Page 2 45th YEAR amous svxsx 'svnva 3AM3AV 3100 ♦£6* •00 S3TVS - 30I&H33 nlJOttDIM Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1962 NO. 51 Will Start Next Year u Holiday To Hold Wide Appeal Varied U-Day Slated TALONS PERCH ON TOP of Power Plant to look over the Victory Bell, which they plan to mount on a trailer to that it can be carried to ball games and pulled through the streets afterwards. They hope to have the portable bell ready for University Day Wednesday. Pictured are, clockwise from lower left, Dorwin Bowman. Dwight Dow, David Koncak and Karl Prohl, Talon president. U-Day Festivities May Revive Spirit in Exes Organization By VICKI BRANDENBERGER , University Day activities may be a shot in the arm for the ex-stu- dent organizations throughout the state. Some 5?f> alums are expected to rally together Saturday and Tues- day nights for U-Day celebrations. "This may be the beginning of a revitalised, en...

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

PAGE 2—iOITORIALS During Initial Year The Campus Chat In View of Coming Election Friday, May 4, 1962 I I Students Recognize USNT Candidates Tell University Meaning About Closed Meetings, m WJTT A . A year ago next Thurnday jubilant North Texan* danced on the slab, yelled in a street pep rally and wildly applaud- ed speeches to celebrate the changing of t he name. Those who cheered under the hot afternoon sun had different ideas of a university. For some the substitution of "university" for "college" meant added prestige when they used the name. For others the name was the magic word that promised to awaken a giant of school spirit allegedly sleeping some- where on campus. For still others the change pushed open a door that they believed led to a greater degree of ex- cellence in education. For others it was an afternoon free of classes. But for most the meaning of univer- sity was probably a blending of all of these ideas. By the time summer school got under way. outward preparation...

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

Friday, Mey 4, 1962 The Campus Chat ts ... ; ... m ' L\? ,iv' Wins Dwindle - : PAGE J—SPORTS Against Major Clubs Gridders Give Wop Moments Ronny Montgomery, representing Sigma Phi Epsilon, leads a pack of fraternity runners across the finish line in the 100-yard dash of the intramural track meet. Billy Bob Harris, Sigma Nu, comes in second. Geez/es, Spartans Take Lead At Mid-Point in 'Mural Track The Geexles and the Spartans, used tremendoux depth to build up lends or the halfway point in the fraternk'.y and independent end* of the annual Intramural Track and Field Meet At the end of the track events Wednesday, the Gee le« had 42V4 points compared to Sigma Phi Ep- silon with 32 and Sigma Nu with 30^4. The field events were to be held Thursday. Ill the independent category, the Spartans had massed 32 while the Kaptist Student Union was in ec- ond place with 21 and the Trojans in third with 17Mi. SMITH IN DASHES The independent leaders picked up four first places, including a double w...

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

page 4—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, May 4, 1962 Show Must Go On Despite Injured Wrist B) DIANA DEEVER Klma Duckworth, the little waitress in University Player*' presentation of "Bus Stop," may to on stag* with a sprained wrist, but it won't be from card- ing trays Mary Economidy ol Wichita FalU, who plays the role in the William In#* drama opening in the Studio Theater at 8:16 p.m. Tuesday, suffered the injury in the Sigma Nu relays Tues- day. REPRESENTING Alpha Del'u Pi in the "flour barrel and spoon" contest, she was the first to reach the barrel. During the scramble t« get at the spoons hidden in the floor, a hard shove knocked her left wrist against the barrel, spraining it. "The doctor said I might be able to take the bandage off for the play," she Raid. She added, however, that even if the band- age could not be removed, she would go on stage anyway. Set designer Ed Sholty, Dal- las, had the problem of making the newly constructed set look old. The piny requires an old. run-do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1962

The Campus Chat University Day Section ilifiiiiL Draw in* br Bub Rolmau I AFTER 72 YEARS OF CONTINUED GROWTH, North Tmm' campus sprawls over 300 acres. Major building units are: I. Ken- dall Hall, 2. Education-Homo Economies Building, 3. Women's Gymnasium, 4. Journalism Building, 5. Laboratory School Gymna- sium, 6. Union Building, 7. Administration Building, 8. Home Man- agement House, 9. Business Administration Building, 10. Lan- guage-Government Building, II. Library, 12. Physics-Mathemat- ics Building, 13. Power Plant, 14. Historical Building, 15. Science Building, 16. Auditorium Building, 17. Industrial Arts Building, 18. Art Building, 19. Marquis Hall, 20. Terrill Hall, 21. Masters Hall, 22. 3;uce Hall, 23. McConnell Hall, 24. Hospital. 25. Chil- ton Hall, 26. Music-Orchestra Halls, 27. Music Building, 28. Men's Building, 29. Laboratory School, 30. Crumley Hall, 31, Quad- rangle Dormitories, 32. Men's Gymnasium and 33. Fouts Field. Not shown in the drawing are Oak Street Hall,...

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

PAGE 6-U-DAY SECTION ifiil 1 'lln TffiT1 ' ]U\ •[ 'il!1 ! The Campus Nearness Attracts Students As Enrollment Keeps Rising Chat By RONALD SLOAN People, people everywhere. And wh.-re do all tfien* students ronie from that flock to North Texas every year? Thi* school year the campus Itaa mwi an increase of 1,402 student* over last year to a total of 10,173. And i,741 of these students coma from 218 of the 254 counties in Texas. Of these counties, Dallas Coun- ty ranks No. 1 because it is con- tributing 2,985 students during the current nine-month period. The next highest county, Tar- rant, has enrolled 1,136 students. Denton County, No. 8, has 993. With a combined total of 6,114, these three counties represent just over 50 per cent of the enrollment. Other counties with at least 100 student* are Collin, 216; Grayson, SM; Harris, 197; Cooke. 150,- Gregg. 146; Wichita, 138; Mc Lennan. 110; Ellis, 109; and Wise, 108. 50 or MORE Counties with 50 students or more are Galveston, 95; Smith, ...

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

Friday, May 4, 1962 College Receives North Texas' Tag In Crumley Period The Campus Chat PAGE 7—U-DAY SECTION My NANCY KML Dr. J. 3. Crumley, for whom otto of the two mw women's dormitories in imim-d, was ac- itmlly the flint president of "North Texas." Prior to his year-utid-u-half administration the tunchers' school at Denton wan called Texan Normal College In 1808, however, Sen. Ktnory Smith sponsored a bill in the Texa* Legislature making the diploma of Texa# Normal College a state teacher's certificate. To get the hill passed the name of the school had to be changed to North Texan Normal College. Dr. Crumley came to the school in September 1802 as professor of mathematics. When Dr. J. C. Chilton became too ill to continue as chief administra- tor, Dr. Crumley became presi- dent in 1893. AT THE TIME he took over its administration, North Texas* bad just built the first building and wan very insecure financial- ly. In « letter printed in the Chat in 11W6 Dr. Crumley, then an Ohio ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 May 1962

PAGE 8—U-DAY SECTION The Campus Chat Electronic Aids Free Faculty From Drudgery for Creativity By JKSS Mr( OKl) In a >|K*rh read her.- liint fall, Dr. 3. W. Kdirar. state education commissioner, declared that new electronic aids may bring a com- plete revolution in classroom teach- ing methods and free the teacher for more creative work. Dr. Edgar was unable to attend, but his words ran* clear and his prophesy could come true at North Texas. Electronic aids are being tested j here and new equipment has been and will continue to be purchased as the need arrives, officials say.! "Research equipment must be made available as we grow as a university," Vice-President J. J. j Spurlock said. Research equipment and other modern facilities have provided increased opportuni- ties for atudents and teachers. Modern equipment in educa- tion. business, art, physics, chemistry and foreign lan- guage has paved the way for more effective teaching. A good example of modern equip- ment testing and ...

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

I 2* m Sfr , m 45th YEAR The Campus NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS svxax 'svnva 3flN3AV 3103 VZb* ► C 1T.1V5 - 33IAB5 II "I I WEDNESDAY MAY 9. 1962 NO. 52 1,170 Choose Williamson Prexy With 324 Margin yrl f r i m i; r d r JT ftc'vTvul VICTORY BELL DESCENDS to waiting Talons, who will mount it on a specially built trailer and pull it through the streets during University Day ceremonies today. The 71-year-old bell was placed on the roof of the Power Plant in 1948, but the tradition of ringing it after athletic victories was dis- continued until the Talons revived it last year. NT Celebrates Unbkthday' Like the musical "Alice in Won- derland," North Texas State Uni- versity will observe its very first "unbitthday" today. The second annual University Day isn't actually the school's first birthday as a university — that transformation didn't occur until Auk. 29 last year. But it was on May 8, 1961, that Gov. Price Daniel signed the bill making North Texas a university in nam...

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

PAGE 2—EDITOR a.S Alliance for Progress Mtin Man Imperiled By Irate Landowners The Campus Chat Possesses Perfectionist Personality Wednesday, May 9, 1962 Coed Rushes to National Ranking By JIM CANDY In the administration's Alliance for Profirress, President Kennedy has wrapped up all the United States' dreams for a unified, pro-Western Latin America. The President has called the alliance "the greatest adventure of the Ameri- cas in our time." Yet it is facing trouble from its recipients. With its population increasing at the world's fastest rate (more than 5 mil- lion a year), it is apparent that South America's e< >nomic instability must be rapidly corrected. Per capita income and widespread hunger seem to be the obvious areas of attack for the $20 billion alliance. Speci- fic goals of the alliance include a per capita hike of 2.5 per cent; greatly ex- l>anded farm production; four years of school for every child; and potable wa- ter and decent housing. "Here, let me carry...

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