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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1962

Friday, June 15, 1962 'Outcasts of Poker Flat' The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Opera Rehearsal' Lauded At Recital Hall Premiere Hy HOH IIKITT Six North T(XU vocalists, a noted Southwest composer and two talented pianists lifted H ret Harte's "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" off the printed page June 8 and onto the stage of the Music Recital Hall. The outcome was well worth the effort and the audience showed its approval with enough applause for three curtain calls. Samuel Adler, part-time faculty member and director of music at the Temple Emanu-el in Dallas, successfully composed and directed the one-act opera. Kugene ('onley, director of the Opera Workshop, called the pro- duction a general rehearsal for it second iKiformance given at the Sheraton Pallas Hotel on Tues- day. With the exception of the faulty curtains, the performance went very well liefore a very respon- sive audience. Before the performance Adler said, "The cast is ready, and we will try to do the liest wo ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 June 1962

PAGE 4— SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, June 15, 1962 Eagles Seek To Unlock NCAA Treasure Chest North TVxas may unlock the lid to th<> treasure chest eontuin- injr the NCAA trophy for the first time since t#62 next week in Durham, N.C. And Bobby tireenwood, Don Wilson and Kltcie Seumster eould hold the keys to the title in their jjolf baits. Coach Herb Ferrill, who will preside over the golf coaches* meeting preceding the tournament, is depending on Captain Bill Garrett and Prank Luke to play their usual consistent game. The team's scores have followed those of Greenwood tlu* spring When he pluys well, the team in general records similar scores, and visa versa. His game faltered only once during the season but most of the time it was near par. GREENWOOD CAN AI.SO come up with the big round. He and Wilson tied for most rounds in the 60s and his season low was a fl-under 66 in the second round of the Border Olympics. Wilson has Keen cast in the role of a streak player in most of ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1962

SVX3J. 'svnva 3nii3AV 3'100 frSCV •oo s'jivs - 3C'iAi i*j m.iouoin The Campus Chat £og/e Golfers Take Fourth In NCAA Championships — Page 4 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1962 NO. 57 Biologist Examines Effect of Radiation By TOM BOOM". Death may he the finul result of irradiation, but no one .seems to know the reason why. This is the question that Dr. James K. Lott of the biology faculty is trying to answer. "We know what many of the effects are," Dr. Lott said, "hut by the time the effects are real- ized, it is too late." An Atomic Energy Commission grant of fll,448 the fifth such grant in the last five years—will provide fur a three-phase research project to probe into this question '1'he first phase of the project B.A. Requires Graduate Test Applicants for graduate work in the School of Business Admin- istration will be required to taike the Admission Test for Graduate Study in Business starting in the fall. The test, already being given by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, June 22, 1962 On Campus Streets Courtesy Could Open Filled Parking Areas Entries may be turned in at any time for the famed North Texas Open Motor- cade and Parking Scramble. This sum- mer classic of wit and nerves begins shortly before 7 a.m. Tuesday through Needs Volunteers USNT Requests Students' Help The USNT Summer Board is busy do- ing work that will probably remain un- Miny. This summer volunteers are plant- ing firm foundations so that the fail sen- ate can start to work without delay on definite, well-planned programs. Last week USNT Vice-President James Killingsworth issued a call for some MO volunteers to work on the Sum- mer Board's seven projects. Vacancies remained to be filled early this week. Any interest and encouragement the hoard receives will be added incentive and background for a stronger govern- ment in the long session. Complaints are continually raised about the ineffectiveness of USNT, and often students blame the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1962

Friday, June 22, '962 Master, Instrument To Present Unique The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Whttn artist and craftsman work together, their musical possibilities become unlimited. Violist Paul Doktor proved this fact in concert with the faculty string quartet June 15 in coordina- tion with the Spring: Chamber Mu- sic Festival. Doktor, the only violist ever to win first prize in ths International Music Competition in Geneva, played u new viola in the concert. The viola was made by Lloyd Adams, an Australian now living in Minneapolis, Minn. Doktor first played it only a (vw moments after it was completed. It is unusual for a player to use a new instrument since most sound better with aire. Both material and craftsmanship are important in producing a good instrument, Doktor explained. "The Wood is probably the most important," he said. "The thick- m -s of the wood used, differences in the width and the length, and the shape of the instrument are Scrapbook Records Venture Wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 June 1962

PAGE 4— SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, June 22, 1962 Greenwood Leads Golfers Eagles Fourth Best in NCAA Eagle Sprinter Finds Budding NCAA Stars Pro Grid Clubs Take Notice When Bahnsen Locates Star Hv ANDY W Al.l. a* difficult as it may sound. "The -liters and < "hargers send me cards Not since Abner Haynes left j aSjjjntr what I think of a certain North Texas to play professional ^ov as „ |)ro prospect. This would football have pro coaches doubted t.0ngj8j of the boy's size, speed, the word of Kenneth Bahnsen. j ability or whether he needs im- Bahnsen recommended Haynes; graving and where," the North highly to the San Francisco 49ers I Texas coach explained, "f 'he NFI-, but they just couldn't -the rest is simple," he added, see how a player of Abners site "After seeing the hoy play on the and -1'< «■• I could play "big league' \ and on films, 1 can give a football. j pretty accurate report on his prog- NoW Haynes is a star for the I ii<s* or possibilities." Dallas Texans a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1962

svxai *svnva anf:3Av a'ioo vsov oo caivs - SOIAU-S nuiouum The Campus Chat Lifeguard's Life Beset By Girls, Little Children — Page 4 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1962 NO. 58 Eagle Symbol Needs Unity, Board Urges North Texas shoultl adopt a standardized eagle for decals and postern, USNT Vice-President .lames Killingsworth suggested to the Summer Hoard Tuesday night. Right now, hardly any of the eagles on book covers and car windows look alike, he said. Other suggestions by board mem- Iters included the erection of a fountain on campus and an inves- tigation as to when and how new signs with NTSU's correct title could lie placed on highways lead- ing into Denton. The Road Trip has been tenta- tively set for the Tulsa, Okla., game on Oct. l.'i. Wichita, Kan., and Las Cruces, N. M., were con- sidered, but the committee favored Tulsa since it is close to Denton and because it is considered North Texas' biggest rival. I.ast year's proposed Road T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, June 29, 1962 Price-Rating Removed Board Whips Purpose Of Flock Here Plans Work, Not Talk, Provides New Degree Speech, Drama Faculty Explains Master's Program The Summer Board kicked one of the sturdiest legs out from under it* Flock Here program last week when it de- cided not to rate restaurants on prices. After a committee talked with restau- rant operators Saturday, USNT Vice- President James Killings worth an- nounced that "price-rating and price- tixing cannot and will not lie done." It is not clear where the "price-fixing" idea came from. USNT has never (riven any indication before that it intended to "fix" prices—even if it had the pow- er. The Flock Here program was to rate restaurants on their service, sanitation, prices and cooperation. Supjtosedly, if prices were hevond the reach of most st latent |>oeket books or out of line with Economic Haggling the majority price scale, the place would not get approval. Of course, the rest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1962

Friday, June 29, 1962 Night Club Entertainer Jumps From Comedian to Journalist The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Cont'd) has always I won one North Texas drama student's main interest, hut this semester his field will also he journalism. Tom Donald of Dallas will por- tray a small-town newspaper edi- tor in the Summer Theater pro- duction of "On the Side of the Antrels" July 10-11. This part is Donald's first leading role ut North Texas. "The lead in this play is quite a jump for me," Donald said. Only this spring he was a mute banner carrier in the University Flayers' "Richard III." Hut Donald has more stage ex- perience than most banner car- riers. Kor a year he worked pro- It iioimlly as a comedian in a Dal- las niirht duh. "Moot of the routines were take- offs on foreign languages," Don- ald explained. "They pointed out that people sound much more in- telligent and interesting in their native tongue than in some other language. Like the Japanese. Their language sounds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 June 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat v Lifeguard's Existence Loaded ith Females, Kids, Boredom By Bob Dennard What Mothers u lifeguard most 1 "Girls ami little kids," say* Hunter Stead man, on* of the three lifeguards at the Swim- ming Pool this summer. According to Steadman, life- I 0 THESE TWO TEXANS will participate tonight in Buffalo, N.Y., in the year's first football game. They are Arthur Perkins, North Texas, left, and James Saxton, Texas. guarding gets to lie a pretty dull job, but when one of those "two. piece jobs" walks by, it sudden- ly becomes one of the most ex- citing jobs a guy can have. "IT'S A PRETTY good job for 75 cents an hour," says Hunter. "And then again it gives a guy a good opportunity to Ret dates." The guards figure they earn their pay, however, when the younger set takes over the pool. They are kept busy quelling squabbles among the younger tlathers and occasionally pulling out one who tries his first trans- pool swim. Fred Slack, pool director, re- calls a tim...

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

If m if 9 I St I iv MIC?. OF ILM BOX 8066-*.?Cl COLE DALLAS, TEX C 0 " P The Campus Chat Pictures Portray Variety Of July Fourth Activities — Page 3 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1962 NO. 59 Tension Invades Rehearsals As 'Angels' Opening Nears By Dick Beene "Places, people! Places! Dress rehearsal in one minute!" The stttjre manager glances nt hi* watch and nods to some- one. The curtain ripples open, ami a newspaper editor strolls to- ward his swivel chair lieside a cluttered brown desk. Faces and hand coated with grease paint, the actors back- stage are tense and quiet. They have just three more rehearsal* before they present "On the Side of the Angels" Tuesday and Wednesday. Adjusting their costumes and listening for cues, the It! other cast members think about Hom- er, editor of the Hillsdale (Ohio) Enterprise, played by Tom Don- ald of Dallas. HOMKR HAS an expensive problem: What to do with $1 million. lie is administrator of the fortune,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 July 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Newspaper Opinions The Campus Chat Friday, July 6, 1962 Court Decision Stirs Citizens, Clergymen Almighty G>td, we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee, and we beg Thy l>le><ings upon us, our parent*, our teachers, and our country. The recent Supreme Court decision banning prayer in public schools* has sparked a furor similar to the integra- tion issue of a few years back. Editors across the nation have writ- ten lengthy editorial* l>oth in support and denouncing the decision. The decision was made in regard to the portion of the first amendment to the Constitution which states, "Con- gress shall make no law reflecting an establishment of religion." The prayer which caused the uproar was written for the New York public schools by the New York Board of He- gents. This governmental body's hand in framing the prayer would, in fact, seem to violate the constitution, but many people claim that the Supreme Court has ruled against (iod and reli- gion in gen...

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

Friday, July 6, 1962 July 4 — Lecture, Leisure The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Club Notes ■4 '/). Teachers Train Thinkers, Not Sponges or Machines < DISSECTING A FROG in biology is no way to celebrate a holi- day, thinks Joyce Taylor. But classes continued, ignoring the holi- day. SLEEPING IN CLASS registers John Davis' reaction to the non- holiday. AN AMERICAN FLAG outside dow reminds both students and this day. the Administration Building win professors of the importance of Church News Churches Study Mission Areas Two campus religious organiza- tions will turn their attention this week toward missionary work in Korea as another plans to attend a .State Fair Musicals production. BAPTIST Dr. Lloyd Hindman, a former missionary to Korea, spoke at the regular BSt? vespers service at ♦i:H(l p.m. Thursday. In their second "thlnknik" at ti:'M) tonight, the BSU'ers will discuss his remarks. At <>:H0 p.m. Saturday the BSU will lund a watermelon and hoho party. METHODIS...

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

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Friday, July 6, 1962 Perkins Impressive Mitchell Discusses Grid Bout Former Eagle Returns In Mechanical Era Arthur Perkins and Jimmy Saxton impressed not only many TV viewer* but also a number of the coaches who attended the second All-America football game June 89 in Buffalo. < oach Otitis Mitchell, who attended a two-day clinic before the frame, reported that Perkins was highly regarded by everyone con- netted with the contest. "He really hustled in the workouts and did a good job in the game." the Raffle coach said. TI1E NORTH TEXAS and Texas pair displayed mid-season form for the West in eluding: a stout Eastern defense led by Northwest- ffn's Larry Onesti and Notre Dame's Nick Buoniconti. However, the Kast capitalized on the second half power slants of Bob Fer- guson and the passing of Roman Gabriel, who was drafted Slang with Perkins by the Los Angel** Rams, to win 18-8. Until PergiMon broke loose a couple of times in the second half, Perkins p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 July 1962

I 1 r ;-j§ ■ W -Jfe m I ■p, t H *' svxax vnva 3fl!.3AV 3100 frztfr co c.t/c oin 45th YEAR % >4 Beauty Goes Shopping With $1,200 for Wardrobe — Page 3 •• i NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1962 NO. 60 NT To Aid Polio Drive In Denton North Texas will join in an area campaign Sunday, July 29, in an uttempt to stamp out polio during it-, most dungerous sea?on. Sabin oral vaccine will be given between noon and -I p.m. on this date at the Uni- versity Hospital. Students receiving the tasteless vaccine will be asked to contri- bute 25 cents to cover costs. President J. Matthews said Thursday that student* under 21 must have their par- ents' permission to receive the vaccine, He suggested they write home immediately so they can secure permission in time. The President further urged "everyone to take the vaccine even if he's had the Sulk t reat ment." Officials realize that many students will not be here July 29, but they encourage them to take the vaccine if i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 July 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Worldwide Communications The Campus Chat Friday, July 20, 1962 Telstar Orbit Puts U.S. Near New Era American spurts fans anxiously awaited word of Arnold Palmer's prog- ress at the British Open about a week air"- Iiut thanks to Telstar, America's new communications satellite, we may be able to flip on our TV sets at some time not too distant and follow our fav- orite golfer around the links in such a tournament. American Telephone and Telegraph Co. and its subsidiary, Hell Laborator- ies, scored a multi-headed victory July 10 when Telstar was boosted into orbit. This is the first international com- munications satellite to orbit the earth. Bell Laboratories paid the National Aeronautics and Space Administration million to launch the satellite, whether the experiment was successful or not. AT&T's total investment in the program amounted to nearly 180 mil- lion. And what, besides a famous first, is the importance of this phase of the vic- tory? President Kennedy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 July 1962

Friday, July 70, 1962 \ The Campus Chat page 3—activities-amusements Girl Next Door' Top Bidder For Beauty Titles, Coed Says By Ellen Arthur "It's the '|firl next door' who is going to Ik- the next Miss America, not the girl who looks us if ahe's just walked out of a fashion bur." That's the opinion of Cindy Thoma , Denton's hid for the Miss Texas and Mi>s America titles and a three-time beauty contest winner this year. The coed, whose family lives in Memphis, Tenn., is in Denton this month to prepare her ward- robe unci talent for the Miss Tex- as contest Aug. 4-7. The frank, B-foot-5 beauty, who was chosen 19(12 Fort Worth Mardi (iras Queen and one of the 12 Yucca Beauties, places poise and naturalness on the top of her list of qualities for beau- ty contestants. MISS THOMAS BKLlKVlsS that many girls lose their poise in a contest when the event means too much to them, and they are on edge throughout the judging. "These days," she says, "too many girls are trying to be something...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 July 1962

PAGE 4—SPOR73.FEATURES The Campus Chat Magazine Rates Eagle Team As Definite Title Threat If—' "Improved, definite title threat if Necondary jells and pausing uffenne suffice*." That'* the way the JSW52 edi- tion of Texa* Football sums u|> the Kunrle football team and it* chance* for the coining .season in the Missouri Valley Confer- ence. Thi.s football forecast maga- zine, one of the early ones on the newsstands, devotes one page to explaining the North Texas football situation. Recognizing strength in the line, it picks four Ragle* for honors three linemen and one back. Rnd Mike I'ickle, linelmcking guard Richard Karris and guard Gerry Hawkins were mentioned us all-star nominees in the line, which will average 282 pounds per player. Rach received hon- orable mention on the All Mis- souri Valley Conference team last year. Said the publication: "At the linebacking guard is Richard Farritt, who ha* rare mobility for hir 2-lti pounds and ha* al- ready been drafted by the pro*. He ...

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

Speech, Drama Adds 13 Graduate Courses The Graduate Council Wednes- day approved 13 graduute course* in the speech and drama depart- ment. This addition to the curriculum is a result of the new master of arts degree program in speech and drama approved by the Texas Com- mission on Higher Education in June. Some of the courses will i>e taught in the fall, but no immedi- ate faculty increase is planned. Dr. K, V. Holland, department director, said that the council ap- proval was not expected until later in the fall. He said some students who did not expect the new pro- gram by fall may already be com- mitted to other schools. Courses to be added are as fol- lows: Speech 500, Introduction to 39 Profs Awarded $40,000 in Grants Faculty research grunts totaling $40,000 have been awarded to 31) North Texas teachers by the Fac- ulty Research Committee. The committee approved the grants last week for research in fields ranging from music to biol- ogy. Dr. Robert B. Toulouse, dean of the G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 July 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, July 27, 1962 Vaccine Available Sunday mm North Texans Urged To Aid in Polio Fight Denton County and other nearby counties will be waging another bat- tle in the war against polio Sunday, and North Texas students can do their part here on campus. Of the eight sta- tions in Denton, one will be the Uni- versity Hospital. The fight Sunday will be against Type I polio (there are three types) which causes 85 per cent of the para- lytic polio cases. For High School Board To Study English Needs The College Entrance Examination Board is taking a new look at weak- nesses and needs of high school Eng- lish teachers to find ways for these students to get a better fundamental understanding of English. A basic part of this national study, to be conducted for at least five years by a special commission, covers the preparation that future teachers re- ceive in colleges. Surveys indicate that relatively few of these students take courses about the history a...

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