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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 July 1962

Friday, July 27, 1962 Liberian Notes Differences In America, Native Country The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMPNTS By Marianne Coffman Thursday was Independence Day fur James La Fayette Toli-a his second one this month. An exchange student and teacher from Liberia, Toles has spent the past eight years in this country. Thus he lias grown accustomed to celebrating both July 4, the American holiday, and July 2t>, the dale that his African homeland obtained its independence from Creat Britain in 1X47 115 years ago. Toles, a graduate business administration student at North Texas this summer, will start work Jan, 1 as Liberian finan- cial attache in Washington, D.C. In this $14.r>00-a-yeur post, he will handle scholarships for 450 Liberian exchange students in the United States. PUTL'UK PLANS In the next three months, how- ever, he'll not only complete his summer's work at NTSU, but also: O Teach for a short time at Wiley College in Marshall, where he is to receive his master...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 July 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS-FEATURES The Campus Chat Winning Coach Explains Rewards of Single Wing By Tom Boone The single wing formation ut the most effective offensive for- mation in football, Joe Golding, football <-o<uh at Wichita Full* High School, said here Tuesday. Golding was the first of eight speakers who will act as consul- tants to two physical education special problems courses at NTSU. (iolding said that the single wing formation has several ad- vantages over the more popular T formation. "Many people have told me," he said, "that the single wing just doesn't look deceptive enough to win ball games. Well, we're not trying to fool anyone in the stands. But on the field, there is more deception with the single wing than with the T." The single wing has an advan- tage in blocking, Golding said. "When a team lines up in a T formation, it may be faced with a defensive line that has five men on one side of the center. A T offense has only three men to block those five. With the sing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 August 1962

Ritter Sues NTSU, Seeks To Renew Teaching Contract A suit was filed Monday against the university and its officials charging that Jesse Ritter of the English faculty was denied eon- tract renewal because of his al- leged activities in advising oth- ers on the furtherance of desegre- gation in the Denton area. The complaint asked that a hear- ing be held and Ritter be al- lowed to continue (Caching at North Texas. The defendants listed are Presi- dent J. Matthews; the Board of Regents, as individuals and as a board; and NTSU. The Dallas Civil Liberties Union brought the suit in Dallas federal court as the first action by the newly formed group. The complaint asked in part: "That the court enter an inter- locutory and final injunction res- Government Intern Hired by Denton Fred H. Mitchell, a senior gov- ernment student from Gainesville, has been hired by Homer Bly, Den- ton city manager. Mitchell is do- ing his internship in administra- tive management, and working to- ward hi3 maste...

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

page 2—editorials The Campus Chat Friday, August 3, 1962 Area Cafes Need Improvement Eating Problem Exists For Walking Students USNT has been working hard the past year on its "Flock Here" plan, which would, in effect, put the uni- versity's stamp of approval on eating places in Denton. When the plans are complete, the senate will give ratings to restaurants on food quality and service, among other thing*. But other steps may be required to meet North Texans' restaurant needs. There are a number of restaurants in the campus area, but too often stu- dents complain that they must seek places far off campus to get what they term "a good meal." Those who do not have ears many times must eat at available cafes in the vicinity, unless they have their own kitchens or live in a dormitory. Meals are provided in dormitories both for residents and outsiders, but with a growing number of men stu- dents living in rooming houses or apartments the dorm cafeterias would be greatly taxed if these st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 August 1962

Friday, August 3, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Ballard Barely Warms Role As Mama Rose in Gypsy' By Tom Foster The memoir* of strip-teaser Gypsy Host* Lee are currently be- ing unveiled to Music Hail audi- ence* in Dallas in the form of a musical fable entitled "Gypsy" which will run through Aug. 12. The show is all about the death of vaudeville and the birth of bur- lesque. Rowdier than either is Mama Rose, loud, inconsiderate and overbearing, but a lovable and dedicated mother. The story tells of her attempts to make her sugar, und-splee daughter. Baby June, a star, and of her shortcoming* that lead to making her other daugh- ter, Louise, one of the most popu- lar stripper., since Little Kgypt. LOST MOVIE ROI.K Ethel Merman played Mama Rose for two years on Broadway and toured with the company for eight months throughout the Unit- ed States. Unfortunately, she lost the movie role to Rosalind Rus- sell. Kaye Ballard, star of the award-winning "Carnival," is the ...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS-FEATURES The Campus Chat Friday, August 3, 1962 Cup Winner Gives Class Tennis Tips Tennis student* who have pre- viously played tennis using the wrong techniques are u problem t the coach, members of a North Texas special problems class were told last week. The pleasant, poised speaker, whom many would not recognize us u former top amateur tennis player, was Tut Bartzen, now with the Colonial Country Club in Dallas. Bartzen, a Davis Cup winner, also lias several first-place tro- phies from the National Clay Courts tournament. He told the class, which con- M«ts primarily of coaches, that problem players' techniques have to be torn down and rebuilt along correct lines. Beginners, he said, are started by letting them bounce the ball on the court with the tennis rack- et. A good player will bounce the ball about ISO times a minute, he said, while others will bounce it about 90 times a minute. Afterward, he lets them hit the ball into the air, bouncing it off the racket ove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1962

49th Arrives Musters Out The Campus Chat AV 3100 t • 45th YEAR Shiny civilian ours ami efficient looking military vehicles parked at the Denton Nutionul Guard Armory Tuesday hud something in common: They hud brought the men of Company I), including six North Texus students, home from HI months' active duty in the steamy pine* of Ft. Polk, ha. Last of the arrivals, in three jeeps and u truck, wheeled into the armory motor pool shortly after I p.m. under a hot Texas sun. Five civilian cars carrying some of the men had arrived min- utes earlier. No welcoming committee was on hand, and there were no shouts of jubilation. But evidence of the eagerness to shed the Army green for civilian attire was apparent. DISCIPLINE FADES Military discipline of past months was already beginning to fade. Men talked of going home at night and of eating home-cook- ed meals. One cook said, "I'm not going to cook another meal." Walter Vaughn of Denton, who will enroll as a senior this fall, said that he "al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Nov. 3 Jaunt to Wichita The Campus Chat Prove Magazine Article Wrong Friday, Auguit 10, 1962 Planning Can Clear Greeks Disclaim KKK Comparison Way for Road Trip Although rSNT'.s proposed Nov. 3 road trip to Wichita, Kan., has some stumps along the way. careful plan- ning can uproot some of them and the rest will have to be met head on. The senate is probably a little shaky about tackling another road trip after the projects have failed for the last two years. Last fall's jaunt to Memphis ap- pears to have been destined to buckle from the beginning. It called for a 1,000-mile round trip by bus and would have cost about $1'.' a person. The spectators could look forward to a nonconference game in which the Eagles were underdogs. As if these black marks weren't enough, the senate even toyed for a while with using prohibitively expen- sive airplane travel. Then at the last minute, the entire trip almost folded when the sponsor had to drop out and a new one had to be loc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1962

Friday, August 10, 1962 Four NT Singers Strut Stage With Big Stars The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS By TOM FOSTKR The huge auditorium was dark and empty. The staire was hare. The footlights were beginning to cool and the lights that surround the dressing room mirrors back- stage were flipped off. Yet the atmosphere beside the sign that read "Stage Door, no entrance" was quite different. Pencils and pads waved vigor- ously in the air. Screams and shouts of excitement drowned all conversations when the perform- era exited through the door. Uut to four North Texas sing- ers in the State Fair Musicals in Dallas, this was just a normal first night aftermath. They spoke to friends, signed autographs and joined the group that met to talk in the dim light outside the stage door. NO EASY JOB Mildred Armstrong, Claire Brooks, David Clark und Scott Kip- ley all agree that working in the Musicals is no easy job. Mildred, better known as Minti, graduated this year and will con- tinue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 August 1962

PA6E 4— SPORTS-FEATURES The Campus Chat Wichita Packs Potential To Capture MVC Trophy Friday, August 10, 1962 At> four teams clash for thin sea- son's Missouri Valley Conference championship, the odd* on paper arc that the University of Wichita will come out of the •crumble with the trophy — their third in n row. North Texas is tabbed to finish second, the University of Cincin- nati and the University of Tulsa coming in third and fourth. There is nood reason for this belief now, but things may change as the season progresses. Wichita is returning 30 letter- men this year from a squad that won eight and lost three. And the Shockers may come up with *ome shocker* of their own with a hackfield that returns in- tact. It includes quarterback Alex Zyskowski, who was No. 13 in the nation last season with 1,126 yards in total offenae. An all-MVC player last season, Zyskowski is ^ . m highly respected hy the Wheat- shocker's new coach, Marcelino (('helot Huerta, who came from the Universi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

svx3i •cvnva MH3AV 31CD \>ZLt •00 C21VS - S0XAC38 njJ0*I0I« 46th YEAR The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS Spring Honor Roll Shows 497 With Top Averages — Page 7 NO. I Fall Enrollment Shoots to Record 9,094 USNT Kicks Off Sale Of Road Trip Tickets Tickets for the Nov. 3 font I mil Road Trip to Wichita, Kan,, went on sale Tuesday. The administra- tion approved the I'SNT-sponsored project this summer, Kirk Car- mean. acting chairman of the Sum- mer Hoard, said this week. The excursion will cost $1-1.50, including- game ticket. Ducats for it will be available at the Howdy Room booth through next Tuesday, Carmean said. The cost includes $12.5)! for the round-trip train ticket, 55 cents for buses to and from the gume, $1.25 for the afternoon game and 11 cents for a combo to play (lur- ing the trip. Senate members have i.ot offi- cially approved the Road Trip, but passage of the proposal is expected as a mere formality Thursday. At least 325 tickets must be sold ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

PAGE 2—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS The Campus Chat Friday, September 21, 1962 1/7 Abner' To Visit In Half-Time Show North Texas' Marching Hand will bring the hills and hol- lows of Uutrpatch, U.S.A., to Fouta Field Saturday with a half-time production based on the "Li'l Ab- ner" Mimic strip. Performing to tunes from the musical comedy and movie, "Li'l Abner," the 100 bandsmen will move into formations of Daisy Mae, using about 100 yards of material for her hair and clothes; Li'l AHner; the 1'. S. Capitol; a Doirpatch cabin; and other fiiruree, Band Director Maurice McAdow said. About 10 people will handle the props required for the various numlicrs. Some of the songs will be "If I Had My Druthers," "The Coun- try's in the Very Best of Hands," "Love II :i Home" and "Matri- The Campus Chat Filtered as second-class mat- ter April 18. 1049. at the Post Office at Denton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. monial Stomp." This year's majorettes will be introduced to the music of "Jubi- latio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

Friday, September 21, 1962 Greeks Kick Off Fall Rush Season The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS The 10 North Texas men's fra- ternities will begin open houses and rush parties for the fall with the first fraternity rush meeting at 4 p.m. Monday in the Business Administration Lecture Hall. Open houses Tuesday include Kappa Sjgma, 6-7 p.m.; Kappa Alpha, 7-8 p.m.; and I'i Kappa Al- pha, 0-11 p.m. Sigma Nu kicks off the schedule of open houses from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, to be followed by the Theta Chi open house, 5-7 p.m., Sigma Phi Epsi- lon, 7-!) p.m.; and Geezles. 9-11 p.m. On Thursday, Phi Kappa Signm will have open house from 5-7 p.m.; Delta Sigma Phi, 7-9 p.m.; und l.amhdn Chi Alpha, 9-11 p.m. Weekend activities for the fra- ternities are as follows: PHI KAPPA SIGMA Phi Kaps will have an after- game party Saturday night and attend St. David's Episcopal Church as a group Sunday morn- ing. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA A Pajamn Party for rushecs and dates will be held at the Lambda Chi ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

PAGE 4—NEWS The Campus Chat TV Economics Class Opens Here Monday Friday, September 21, 1962 -News Briefs Book To Use Profs Study FRESHMEN PACK Men's Gymnasium Monday to hear advice on registration from Edward C. Bonk, director of guidance. Freshmen were also given information to familiarize them with campus life in general at this first-day orientation meeting. North Texas' newest TV-iIh h- room course basins at fi:3o p.m. Moiwluy in the business Adminis- tration Htiililinj; under the instruc- tion of l r. Kendall I'. Cochran of the economics and sociology facul- | ty- Titled "The American Economy," the TV part of the course is beinR ; presented as a "Collage of the Air" series on the CHS network and individual educational stations. The first of the daily programs will lie telecast at 0:30 a.m. Tues- day on KULD-TV (Channel 4), the CHS affiliate, and at fl:30 p.m. on KKRA-TV (Channel 13). Campus sessions will be conduct- ed from 0:30 to 9:80 each Monday night. The classroom lectures...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

Friday, September 21, 1962 Coaches Nominate Ail-Americans IJy LARRY PHILLIPS Almost every coach of America's full fantasy, foot- ball, has some outstanding player on his team. These range from the fourth-grade beginner to the 35-year-old profes- sional. The fourth grader may grow up to be an All-Ameri- can, and the pro veteran may have already been a national hero. Hut in the Missouri Valley Conference, which fields tour teams and is one of the smallest NCAA conferences, three coaches consider their players capable of becoming All-American, and a fourth coach has indicated that two players are Ail-American material. Oddly enough, three of these "best players I've ever seen" are guards. Mareelino (Chelo) Huerta, who succeeded Hank Fold- berg as coach at the University of Wichita, nominated two of his players to achieve the fourth grader's dream. Roth quarterback Alex Zyskowski and guard Charlie Wright have played for the last two years and will attempt to help Wichita win a third str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

PAGE 6—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, September 21, 1962 New Students Victimized Advice Comes Cheap For Naive Freshmen In the first few weeks of a new (school term, advice-giving is a popu- lar campus pastime. Freshman and transfer students are anxious to get "in the know." and North Texas old-timers are eager to pass along knowledge they have gained in previous semesters at NTStT. Unfortunately, this is not alvuys the ideal arrangement it seems to be. For instance, how manv new North Texan# have entered classrooms with Sidly negative attitudes because some old-timer told them a certain teacher was unreasonable or some course was tlx "hardest on campus"? \nd how about the freshman who •! ;hely cut nine classes during the -< nit ster because an upperdassman ;i->'ired him "everyltody does it"? Too often the uninitiated student i)..isn't bother to question whether his knowledgeable advisers are honor Beyond World of Poetry Walls of Cold War Rise "Cood fences make good neighbo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

Friday, September 21, 1962 Graduation Tops Off Summer The Campus Chat PAGE 7—NEWS lumpus Activities for the latin summer sessions were climaxed Autr. 2:5 at Fouls Field when 729 .students received degrees in sum- mer commencement ceremonies. Of 41 «! graduates with bachelor's degrees, 16 left the university with honors, six with high honors! In addition to the bachelor's de- gree recipients, received mas. ter's degrees and six the doctor of education degree. Students graduating with high honors were Barbara Bristow Hawes, Millie Margaret It i ley, John Edward Walvoord, Frank Nelson Brown Jr., Richard Henry Kelley and Joann Miller. Graduated with honors were Ru- by Jeanette Brawn, l.ynuc Marie ('line, James Morton Cooke, Cora Lesley Freeman, Mary Louise Hay, Karen Kay Magnes.«, Ginny Mel- ton Seabrook, Kathleen Mary Speeffle, Judy L. Cox Adams, Kathryn N'adine Hegar, David Alan Reed, Newana Richardson Counts, Kverett Martin Donowho, Walter Alfred Johanns, Madeline Workshops Fill Busy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 September 1962

PAGE 8—SPORTS Grid Warfare Starts Oct. 1 In Iritramurals | Sept. 2H th>- deadline far Wter- ing intramural football as both; the Independent and Fraternity ljMgue* prepare to o|H'n play Men- j day,<>rt. 1 Any group of 12 to 17 men may, organise a team by refristeringi «ith Intramural Director Ken Hahnsen. Hahnsen said that entries should be made in his office, room 12t? in the Men's Huilding. Coy Williams, student coordina- tor. will also sign up teams for] the leagues. Five referees are' ready to begin calling games, but five mere student officials are needed to balance the load, Wil- liams said. "The leagues will be operated i the <ame a* last year," Williams! explained. "We will have body con- tact arid 1 think with better offic- iating we can cut down on injur- ies," TV>' only rule change this year; will attempt to eliminate a certain; amount of unnecessary roughness, j W hen a blocking violation is de- tected. the team at fault will not only lose 15 yards, but al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1962

Enrollment Climbs to 9,667, Creating 72 New Sections 141 to rwffUtrunta hud pushed en- any two. Previously, only six roll>itent to 1),(1(>7 l y noon Tuesday. I hours of science were re<iuired, The figure was an increase 1,050 over this time last fall. Only 25 registered Tuesday morning us compared to 39 dur- ing the same period last year. This followed President J. (\ Matthews* prediction that late enrollment would be light. Meanwhile, the effects of the record registration are still heing felt on the campus. 72 NEW CLASHES The big enrollment led to the addition of 72 new class sections. Thirteen new classes were opened in the School of Music, and 11 mathematics sections were added. Kducation and psychology added nine new sections; physical educa- tion, eight: history, seven: Eng. lish, six; art. five; home economics and physics, three each; sociology,) two; and air science, speech, in- dustrial arts, business administra- tion and journalism, one each. OFFSETS (HANOES In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednesday, September 26, 1962 Small Price to Pay Confusion Takes Air Out of Beanie Hopes Modern Minstrel Flashes Union Card This year, as in the past, the USXT- sponaored beanie sale has failed to promote the spirit that it set out to produce, but not through its own fault. Freshmen, willing to carry on col- lege traditions and eager to be a part of a spiritual n-tss, were confused at orientation when the administration told them their "rights," which includ- Spirit Knell Bell Rings Out For Initial Win North Texas rolled its mounted vic- tory bell around the Fouts Field track for the first time in Saturday night's game with Texas Western College. The bell rang out when the Kagles scored a touchdown and, more import- ant, at the end of the game it tolled for victory, as it has done sporadical- ly since 1915 when it was mounted atop the Power Plant. The school's traditions, particularly in sports, have been treated harshly in recent years. Projects of...

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