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

Wednesday, May 9, 1962 Club Notes The Campus Chal Midlothian Editor Will Relate Newspaper Bombing Details Penn Jones Jr., outspoken cdi- itor-publisher of the Midlothian Mirror, will relate incidents of the tombing of bin newspaper at a meeting Friday night sponsored by .Sigma Delta Chi, national profes- sional journalistic society. Jonas will speak in room 201 of the Journalism Building at 7:80 p.m. The bombing came after a 16- year feud between Jones and school board officials which has split the town. Jones had fist fights with High School Principal Roy Irvin on March 23 and Edgar W. Seay on April 27. The fire bomb- ing on April 80 came after Jones' attacks, both verbal and physical, on Seay, professed John Birch speaker who addressed a high school assembly where attendance was compulsory. PHI ALPHA THETA Forty history professors and stu- dents attended the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference on campus Saturday. Dr. George Wolfskill of Arling- ton State College addressed tho memb...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 May 1962

PAGE 4 — SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday. May 9, 1962 Golfers Look for Valley Title Linksters To Try Reversing Form Noah Needs Freshmen Gym Dandy Bob Richman shows his ability in gymnastics, one of the three sports in which he is a champion. By LARRY PHILLIPS North Texaa' golfers will tee off in the Missouri Valley Conference championship tournament Thurs- day in quest of a second straight title. The Eagles are also hoping to rebound from their 10th place tie in the Southern Intercollegiate last weekend. Bobl y Greenwood will be the first of five Eagles to tee off in Peoria, 111. Prank Luke, Bill Gar- rett, Don Wilson and Elgle Sini- ster will follow in separate flights of three to defend the title the Eagles won in 1961. This year's champion could come from any of four teams, if the observers are correct. Tulsa. Cincinnati, Wichita and NTSU are in the favored group. Bradley, Drake and St. Louis are considered out of the running. "I've seen Wichita, Tulsa and Bradley play this year...

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

svxai 'svnva anu3AV anoo •00 S31VS - 30IAH33 HHiOUDIK The Campus 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 8 Eagle Sprinters Seeking Gold Medals at MVC Meet — Page 4 ' T ' --li#* FRIDAY, MAY II, 1962 NO. 53 U-Day Speaker Tells Youth Inner Space Vital In Today's Race While astronaut* are making themselves expandable in the outer space race, today's university youth should make themselves expend- able in the exploration of "inner space," a Kansas City clergyman told some 1,60() North Texans at the University Day Assembly Wednesday. Rev. John Marvin, a presbytery executive and former pastor of Denton's St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, was speaking of "that space between the ears and behind the eyes which God has given you." The "mind and spirit of youth" is one of the basic factors in the progress of inner space, he said. The speaker atso praised North Texas for its men of let- ters and Its faith and concern for spiritual knowledge, as evidenced by its Bible chairs. He said ...

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

' If- " h • ■ ivjft.il' iSS.!' " I tfe !5Sisf! PAGE 2—fiOITORlALS Pride in Academic Canaveral University Expandl In Buildings, Brains "North Texas Stat* To Double in Sine." That was the lead headline on the Dallas Times Herald Tuesday. And quite appropriately it was on the eve of Uni- versity Day—the day about 1,600 stu- dents gathered in the Main Auditorium for a special assembly. The newspaper article told of the ex- pansive $28 million building program that North Texas is on the verge of in- augurating. It told how the program will double the present facilities to ac- commodate the rapidly increasing num- ber of students. And in the assembly Rev. John Mar- vin of Kansas City reminded students that a university is not built entirely of concrete and steel but also of flesh and blood of minds old and young. He called modern NTSU an "acade- Ball Reports on Viet Nam U.S. 'Strategy' Includes Uniting Regime, People In a recent speech in Detroit, Under- secretary of State George W. Ball ...

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

riday. May II, 1962 The Campus Chat Coed Wins Role In Flower Drum' ny kay sraaoue | Maying a leading role in a mu- <ical at t'asa Manana is not u now ileu to Frames Walters, El IW. t' the fulfillment of a life-long imbWoB. Miaa Walters, who auditioned -wo weeks ago for a position in he musical company, will Kin# the art of "the girl who wet* the ihaft" in "The Flower Drum Song." 'he will also aing other alto parto •i the seven musical productions cheduleil for thia summer at the vort Worth theater-in-the-round. 'Love Look Away" lit her main •olo part in "The Flower Drum Son*." WILI, DANCE, TOO Her role* will not he restricted 0 sinking— she will also do some lancing. "I've never danced in my ife," she said, but modified it with, •well, just a little." There's more to a musical than ust the big moments on the stage. The company of singers will re- tearse from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 1 to 5 p.m. daily, plus the perfor- mance at night. Also, Miss Walter's hair will be lone by the theat...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS S t a v d f- 8 a c< b v t 0 a i i f.- ifi Eight Go to Wichita The Campus Chat Friday. Mey 11 MyWWiWH-stall ! *. .BShVMMiaNMHi:' >' OBMMKHIK ttKM Thindads To Look for Gold At 52nd Conference Meet 3 Clubs Block Narrow Patl To Netters 1st Valley Crowi Calvin bowser . . . will lead freshmen North Texan' print«r and Richard Mcmhaoi will have the Eagle*' best chance* for Rold medal* at the Missouri Valley Conference"* 52nd annual track and field meet in Wichita Satur- day. Coach Winton E. (Pop) Noah will take eight men to Wichita today, and they will compete in 10 of the 16 events. MENCHACA WILL forejro the half mile and run the mile and anchor the mile relay, Noah said Wednesday. The San Antonio senior ha* recorded the MVC's beat time in the mile this Spring, 4:11.4, which he ran at the Bor- der Olympics and at the Kansas Relays, Sprinters Richard Bothmer, Bill Argo and John Pettit will rate as cofavorites with Tulsa's Bill Brown and Don Johnston and Bradley's Larry C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1962

f ■ Friday. May II, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—FEATURES Frosh Posts 14-4 Record Netters To Add Third Lefty in '63 DENNIS CONNER . . another star lefty Hy KAYK UYSAKT The college tennis team* that were stumped by North Texas' two southpaws this spring haven't ann anything yet. Dennis Conner, who built a freshman record of 14 win* and four losses, will join Weston Woltr and Johnny Simmons on the varsity of left-handers next year. Dennis is an athlete who once made a choice between a base ball bat and a tennis racket. "A friend interested me in the game of tennin when I was in the sixth grade and that same year 1 won the Elementary School City Tournament," he recalled. HOWEVER, CONNEH didn't start to play tennis seriously until he was in the ninth grade. "I was encouraged about win- ning the city tournament that year, but I was not yet ready to give up my other sports inter- eats," Conner explained. The Port Worth natter care- fully added that he thought every athlete should devote hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 May 1962

II I I I SPi lm i PAGE fc NEWS Also, Angel Presentation Scheduled 11 Cadets To Get Awards Eleven Air Fore* ROTC ca- dets and one mfmbfr of the An- gel Fllirht wit) receive awards at the Award* Day presentation at Show To Feature Jazz, Art Work The fifth Jazz Composer* Re- cital will provide an outlet for stu- dent artists and musician* to dis- play their original works. The program will be held at 1 * p.m. Wednesday in the Musk- Hall Auditorium. It will mark the sec- ond time this year that the 11 O'Clock hub Band has performed with a background of student paintings. Paul Zelanski of the art depart- ment will comment on the pictures during intermission. The band, un- der the direction of Leon Breeden, will play nine jazz numbers. The student compositions will he " Extensions," by Don Owens: "Folk Song Suite," by Jay Pruitt; and "Biggins" and "To a Painter Friend," by Morgan Powell. The band will also play arrange- ments of "1 Remember Clifford," by Bob Morgan; "Green Dolphin Street,...

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

mcRoriLi BOX 8066-4924 COLE DALLAS, TEX COMP . mmamm ■ i—T"i 4Bth YEAR New Yuccas Set To Arrive Next Week Bit IMS Yuccaa will bo distrib- Nl darting Wcln.^lay. M;.\ |the Journalism Building. University Ywr theme is ried throughout the 496-pag< Jk and on the cover, which wm pinned by Hnrland Wright of ■la*, art and layout editor. Student* with receipt* and ID I# may pick up the yearbook* _^^er H a.m. Wednesday. On T(, ^■r those who have loet receipts |SKy pick up their books. A llm- itlil number of Yuccas will be amilnble Friday for persons who hire not reserved a book. ^Btudent* whose last name* be- B with A-K should enti • <)-K>r of the Journalism Building pick up annuals in the Yucca re: those whose names start ijth L-7, should line up in the west pr. o one may pick up another stu- Bit's Yucca unieas the student hm* graduate*' or is not on cam- p*Jn Than he must present a re- cch't or a letter to get the book. Hltudents are encouraged to pick up or purchase annuals betwee...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Smoother Sailing for USNT Planning Board Binds Spring, Fall Together The Campus Chat Two Years Study Not Enough Wednesday, May 16, 1962 Languages Raise Job Opportunities By IMSIIALD SIOAN both the Foreign Service Mid the Peace Corpa however, a petaon can piek tip bonne potato Last summer t he newly created USNT Summer Planning Board proved it* merit as a standing committee by bind- ing tojrether the ties of the 1960-61 sen- ate and this year's group. The gap of the coming summer pre- sents an even greater challenge to the board. During the current academic year the student senate has instituted several in- fant programs that, without supervision and planning, risk demise during the following three months. Denton's Chaml>er of Commerce has finally sanctioned the restaurant ap- proval program, for example. Inspection of facilities cannot begin until the fall, but neither can it begin until the basic ground work has been laid. The fall will be too late for such pla...

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

Builder Says U.S. Leads in Homes or M The Uniu-tl StuU'* hui- con- rue Vad more humus in the past •© ywirs than there aw in any ht«r country of the world, u Dun- it home builder declared recently Delta Kigma Pi members. A. P. Itapoau, president of the Mile Builders Association of Den- n, suid that 2 million now homes e needed each year as 14 inil- ■II famllta are formed and half million old homos are destroyed r various reasons. PI KAPPA LAMBDA Pi Kappa Lambda, national hon- ary music society, increased its •mb«mhip to 61 with the initia- >n of 23 new members Tuesday the Crystal Room of Marquis ill. The new junior members are sun Hooks, Dnvid Irving, Kaoul romc, Keith Johnson, Gloria iwlis, Don Thames and Janice ilson. The seniors are Jane •rrybeny, Karen Duran, ne Holmes, Marjories Sue Powers d Frances Walters. The new graduate members are dllip Hill, Audrey Hudgins, Da- 1 Kuehn and Charles Tracy. PHI CHI TWA Fourteen pledges have been Sui- ted by Phi Chi Theta, national ufessio...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat 12 Sign Intent Letters For '62 Frosh Teams Twitve basketball and football prospect* h*v<L- wijrned letter* of intent with North Texas and more are expected to sign when high school athletics are over. Latest additions to the basket- ball team by letters of intent are Gdbry Shipman, 0-4 forward, and Pat Lee. 6-1 guard, both from Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler. They led their team to a 29-2 season record, one toes being to Thomas Jefferson High School of Dallas, eventual state 4A champion. Both boys averaged approxi- mately 17 point# pel- gfame and have been described by Fresh- Lamar Grabs Net Singles Lamar Tech took top honors in the singles division and Howard County Junior College in the dou- bles division of the annua) North Texas Intercollegiate Tennis Tour- nament h ld Saturday. North Texas won consolation in both divisions. Elisabeth Marshall, Belluire, won consolation singles. The seven schools participating in the tournament were Lamar Tec...

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

u to ai li< a fo or mi ti< In Hi SL Je U W 1>« .Ta H/i PI vii tisj pi- ne j Bai Ju ly Rf Sc! ba an Wednesday, May 16, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Golf Team, 2 Netters Grab MVC Crowns Linksters Keep Title In 55-Stroke Romp North 7mm' golf mm toft the other MIhouH Valley Conference teams out In the rain at the Newman Golf Course Friday in winning their second straight championship by 66 strokes. With oil five men in the top 10 finishers, the Eagles shot an 875 for a 23-ovir-par score as the rain interfered with the second 18 holes Thursday afternoon and the final round Friday at Peoria, III NTSU averaged 78 strokes per round per man. The only close team battle during the 64-hole meet MW Wichita ease by Bradley ®30 to 981 for runner-up honorR. Cincinnati finished fourth with 988, and St. Louis and Tulsa each shot 880 for fifth Drake carded 995 ami came in laat. Bobby Greenwood repeated his second-place finish of a year ago. Wichita's John Stevens defeated the NTSU junio...

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

PAGE 6—NEWS 2 Groups Organize In Business School The newly organised chapter of Beta jwil Sigma, hoaorary commerce and business adininistra- tion society. has *lMt«d officers, and the national honorary account- inir fraternity, Beta Alpha Psi, will be inn tailed at North Texa* May 30. Batty Ellen Alexander, Cle- burne. was elected president of Beta Gamma Sigma on the basis of a 2.827 grade point average. Judy Ann Beiber, Greenville, with Newspapers Hire 6 Summer Interns Six journalism students have re- ceived internships to work on newspapers during the summer. Three of the interns will be working under the Texas Daily Newspaper Association intern pro- gram, one under the Texas Press Association, and the other two art? direct internships. The students will intern for 10 weeks as cub reporters, receiving up to six hours' credit for the work. Ten Texas schools partici- pate in the TDNA internships. The interns and the papers they will work for are Margaret Brown, Dallas, Dallas Mornin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 June 1962

svxji 'svnva 3nN3AV 3100 *36V *00 S31VS - 30I/.U35 iniiO'JOIH 45th YEAR The Campus Chat Clubs Swinging As Golfers Prepare For NCAA Tourney — Page 4 Outcasts To Play Tonight As Opera NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1962 NO. 55 The world premiere of "The Outcasts of Poker Flat," repre- senting tin* i ii Ion ts of several North Texas students and faculty members, will be presented at 8:15 tonight in the Music Recital Hall. Stained by the Opera Workshop, the opera based on Bret HarteV western story was composed by Samuel Adler of the School of Music faculty. Adler wrote the Grads Indicate Marriage Aids In Scholarship Marriage and scholarship proved an honor-winning combination for three North Texas couples at the Spring Commencement on June 1. Hut in two cases out of the three, it was the wife who took the high honors. Students having grade averages of 2.8 and above are graduated with honors, and those with 2..ri re- ceive honors. Mrs. Marian Daniel won high ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 June 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Scholarships Lure Best Students The Campus Chat Friday, June 8, 1962 Open Purse Keeps Ivy Schools on Top The larger Ivy league universities art* tempting students away from small schools by dangling big scholarships in their faces, charges Dr. Russell J. Hum- bert. president of DePauw University in Indiana (enrollment: 2.181). What are the reasons for such ac- tivities from schools which do not lack for students and what effects might this have on the educational system? It is undeniable that universities such as Notre Dame. Yale and Harvard have superior facilities to insure a student the best in an education. Their prestige enables them to obtain some of the fin- est professors and teachers that this country, or any other country, can pro- duce. These schools, like many other east- ern schools, are highly selective in their student body. Many students are pre- registered by alumni, and others are gained through highly competitive, highly selective tests and entra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 June 1962

Friday, June 8, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Music Workshops To Offer Chance for Practice, Study Music touchers, trraduutes anil hitfh school seniors will huve a chance to study and practice var- ious aspects of music this summer when the School of Music offers four special summer programs. Already in progress is a urudu- nte music workshop for choral directors. The classes lieKuii June 4 and will continue through July :io. Coordinated by Frank McKin- ley of the music faculty, the work- shop will include classes in voice classification, choral techniques, vocal methods, choral literature and choral programming. Paul Doktor, concert violinist, will serve as guest clinician for a string chamber music festival to Is? held June 12-16. Music teachers and high school seniors recommended by their music teach- ers will lie participating in the festival. Members of the NTSU string faculty will also serve as clini- cians for the festival, which will include classes in cha...

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

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Friday, June 8, 1962 NCAA Championship Golfers Drive for Highest Goal During the first few weeks of the summer vacation, five Eagle golfers will concentrate on one objective: an NCAA title. Bill Garrett, Bobby Greenwood, Frank Luke, Klgie Seamster and Don Wilson plan to spend most of their time playing in re- gional matches or on the practice tee in preparation for the NCAA tournament June 18-2:! in Dur- ham, N.C. GAMtKTT AND LVKI are now playing in the 53rd annual Texas State Amateur Tourna- ment in Corpus Christi. Luke edged co-medalist Henry Rich- ards of Jackshoro 2 and 1, and Garrett beat Jim Greenwood of Houston t> and 5 in first-round championship flight matches. Coach Herb Ferrill said that the team was playing its best golf at the end of the season and hopes that the layoff be- t'ure the Durham contest will give the players a chancr t« further test their shots under tourna- ment conditions. HEME'S A RUNDOWN on the spring performances of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1962

W iCr: 3FILH BOX 8066-4 9'.i\ c DALLAS, TEX q n M n The Campus Chat Golfers Maintain Greens Greener on NCAA Links — Page 4 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1962 NO 56 Board To Consider Hospital Insurance A subvention thut hospitalization insurance he added to the USNT Summer Board's proposed accident coverage policy was mude at the first meeting of the board Tuesday night. The policy, i|' pushed, will pro. vide students with accident cover- age at u group rate. This summer the hoard plans to continue a poll it has been taking to see whether the policy is favored by students. Other suggestions were to set up a supplementary Shure-A-Ridc program that would serve students within a 50-mile radius of Denton and to consider a frame closer to North Texas than Cincinnati for the possible Road Trip. USNT Vice-President James Kil- lingsworth said that at least 30 Studenfs Tour Reserve Bank A four-hour field trip to the Fed- eral Reserve Hank in Dallas Thu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Recent Drop Proves The Campus Chat Friday, June 15, 1962 Market Future Rests In Hands of Buyers What actually happened on Wall Street on "Black Monday," .May 28, l ;#62 ? Apparently, the recent stock market decline may be attributed to the old adage, "What goes up must come down." And human nature also is {tartly to blame for one of the sharpest turn- ahouts in the New York Stock Ex- change's history. The story goes back to 1B49, when a buying trend started, especially among a new generation of investors. The trend continued, and with it opti- Full of Holes Exam Rush Spots Gaps In Test File Students flooded the Library's Re- serve Room during finals to use the test file—but many of them left disappoint- ed. The tests which were on file were used over and over but the ones most in demand—history, for instance— were poorly represented, if at all. Of the departments not represented at all. history is the largest. Since every- one must take some history during his coll...

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