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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1962

Wednesday, September 26, 1962 Club Notes The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Prof Raps Franco Regime l>ictutur l'riuuisi'd Franco of Spain has spread communism in h>M country and is continuing to do so, I)r. I'hilip Smyth, director of th - foreign language depart- ment, declared Monday night. Speuking before the C'huncery Club, I)r. Smyth suid that the Spanish people would like to re- volt against the Franco dictator- ship, but they lack amis and would need outside help. Dr. Smyth, who received his I'h.D. from the University of Mad- rid, admitted that "Spain has pro- gressed under a dictatorship, but so has Russia. No refugees are coming here from Spain, but open the doors and see what would hap- pen." I'SI CHI I'si Chi, a national honor society in psychology, is now receiving ap- plications for new members. A student may qualify for the society if he has taken 12 hours of Read Rapidly In $5 Class For a $5 fee students may enroll beginning Tuesday in a speed read- ing...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, September 26, 1962 Eagles Trap TWC Miners Beneath 19-6 Avalanche TEXAS WESTERN'S Ulysses Kendall (81) stops Bobby Smith (25) for no gain on this play, but the Eagle halfback ripped off 103 yards and two touchdowns in the 19-6 victory Saturday. Merle Boyd passed to Mike Pirkle on the other North Texas scoring play. From Cinder Track to Book Stack Noah Sets Study Workouts North Texua' Hobby Smith main- tained his All-Missouri Valley form Saturday night ax he scored two touchdown* and led the Ku- itU's to a I9-(5 victory over the Texas Western Miners. The contest had a typical first- game appearance with missed as- signments and short tempers, but Coach Odus Mitchell hopes the Raffles will be more settled for their clash with Memphis State here at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Smith, named to the mythical All MVO team last year as a soph- omore, rushed for 103 yards on 14 carries Saturday night, for a 7.8- yitrds-pet-carry average. The Ka- jtle halfback s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1962

r I v * i i w u 0 K6& III( 46th YEAR The Campus Chat Dale Peters To Introduce New Recital Hall Organ — Page 3 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1962 NO. 3 As Building Continues Apartments Two of the largest new apart- ment projects near the campus are filled to capacity, but dwell- ers will have to listen to clank- ing machinery for n few more weeks as workmen clean up and put finishing touches on the buildings. Although late August and early September rains forced construction some two weeks be- hind schedule, builders stepped up work and were able to open doors to students in time for registration. P. BRUCE DAVEY. builder of University City Apartments, said rains bogged down some work he hoped to have finished by opening day, but the interiors of the apartments were ready for occupancy Sept. 15—a day be- fore men's dormitories opened. Three apartment buildings at University City arc completed, and Davey said all 192 men who signed up for apartme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, September 28, 1962 For Universities, City Partnership Provides Coordinated Benefits A week ago President J. C. Mat- thews and President John A. (Juinn ot Texas Woman's University mot with Denton civic loaders to discuss a proposed lonfr-rangt land development plan for the city's two universities. This development, which would eventually increase the size of North Texas and TWT campuses at a cost of about $2 million, would be financed by the federal government but adminis- tered 1>\ the city. Dentonites at the luncheon meeting expressed approval of the idea. But the final decision to accept the pro- posal rests with city voters. As in all cases where federal funds are involved, the question of federal control is a big one. Hut NTSU's Hoard of Regents feels that the program has •fewer strings than any we have run across." Obviously, the program offers great advantages to both of the schools. North Texas is badly pressed for space right now ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1962

Friday, September 28. 1962 Parties, Smokers Dominate rraternity Rushees Oalendar The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS After winding up a week of open house at campus fraternities, ruxhees will lie attending all types* of parties Saturday night and sinokerH next week. Fraternity .selection will be Sun- day, Oct. 8, and bids will be signed Monday, Oct. 9. DELTA SIGMA PHI An after-game party is planned at the house Saturday night. Mu- sic will be furnished by the Sher- iffs Posse. Delma Johnson, race ear driver, will be the special guest at the formal smoker at the Country Inn Wednesday night. Johnson is bringing three of his sports racers, including u Corvette, und will show films and slides of action the tracks. K.M'l'A SlfJM A The Rmhassy Koum of the Stat- ler Hilton Hotel in Dallas wili be the scene for Kappa Sigma's par- ty at 8 p.m. Saturday. The Jays from Dallas will furnish the mu- sk). The smoker will be 7 p.m. Wed- nesday at the fraternity house. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA A pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1962

page 4—sports Ail-American Likes Noise at Stadium By LARRY PHILLIPS In last wwkV column we looked over five All-Ameri- can candidates and thought we were finished for awhile. What we hadn't expected was to see another All-Ameri- can Saturday night at Fouts Field. This one was true to the species, lie wasn't listed in the program, but he looked to he a 240 pounder and st< od t! foot :t. This Ail-American, however, sat down in the stands. instead of on the bench. The big blond-headed man was past his college years, but he had retained or had developed a spirit for the team he backed He located himself, his son and an adult friend about l i rows in front of th<* press box and sat there unnoticed by the usual number of fans who assemble on the west side. THK l'R£(iAME DUII.I.S were just ending when the big fan jumped to his feet and let out a Tarzan-type yell that brought stares from his neighboring spectators. Mis companions, obviously accustomed to such displays, con- tinued to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1962

Friday, September 28, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS JUT. ~ \ \ - I 7K Sports Bits Perkins To Play In TV Pro Game Arthur Perkina, who moved from in far from ov«*r. The Ciiantu have THIS HEFTY THREESOME prepares for Apaches as quarterback Audie Long, 195, hands the ball to fullback, Dwain Melton, 190, and center, Martin Kahn, 222, stands to thwart rushers. COACH KEN BAHNSEN has tagged these halfbacks—Dickie Shaw, Gordon Nelson and James Wade—to lead the Frosh. North Texan fullback ill HUM to | the hm'kfit'Ul of the i .oh Auk*1!*** Kama in hi* rookie year, will lie ■am on KRI.D-TV at 2:30 p.m. Hun (lay. Thi' Kuiiih' o|i|ioiu>ntH in t':e !,o* Aiitri'lt's Coliseum will lie the hal- lux Cowboys. IVrkiiw scored the final touchdown last Sunday in a 2T-S8 loss to the Chicago Hears. Yanks Do It Again The New York Yankees clinched their second straight pennant un- der ICtilph llouk l y beating the Washington Senators 8*3 Tuesday. It was the Yanks' 27th league championship. But the Nati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 September 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, September 28, 1962 Jim Sears Awarded National Frat Honor Jim Sear*. an August graduate, wan selected from over 9,000 mem- Iter* of Theta Chi fraternity to receive the Reginald P. Colley Memorial Award as the outstand- ing Theta ('hi in the United States. The yearly award was presented to Sear# by the Grand Chapter at the national convention in Seat- tle Sept, f>. A banquet honoring Sears will be held at the Country Inn here Sunday night, The N Til? chapter won the •ward for the second time in four years, joining only two other l\ S. chapters as two-time winners. Sears' trophy was awarded on the basis of his contribution to the university, community and chapter. These contributions were spelled out in letters from campus orga- nizations, the dean of men and dean of women. Each chapter narrowed its can- didate list down to one Therefore, the final winner was selected from the 12!' chapter winners. Sears is the 19th winner of the memorial award. T...

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

46th YEAR The Campus Chat Intramural Grid Schedule Extended 2 Extra Days — Page 4 X NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1962 NO. 4 Frats Demand, Get Extension Of Homecoming Queen Filing FIRST STEPS TOWARD A NEW UB are taken by this surveyor as he looks over the area behind the present building designated as the site for the future one. The new building, expected to cost $2^million, will be built in two stages. Construction of the first unit is scheduled to begin in the spring. Wichita Trip May Acquire Band Boost The 118 member* of the NT8U Marching Hand are expwtad to make the Nov. 3 football Road Trip to Wichita, Kan., I'SNT Vice- President .lames Killingsworth said Monday. "If the hand goes, we will have about half the number required to make the trip." Killingsworth said. "We expect to have about 400." At least .'125 tickets must be sold to reserve a train with the .Santa Fe Railroad Co. On Oct. 15, a special publicity committee will begin a campaign...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednejday. October 3, 1962 Home Game Halftimes Band Shows Spring From Grueling Drill Student Tills Turf on Norwegian Hills One of the most colorful compon- ents of a home football game at North Texas is the novel halftime entertain- ment provided by the Eagle Marching Rand. With four of the first five XTSIT games at home this year. Director Maurice McAdow, his assistants and musicians must prepare a new produc- tion in only one or two weeks. This calls for much planning and many hours of practice squeezed into a very short time. The group reported for duty at the beginning of the year even before most students were start- ing to pack for the return to school. The musician-' rehearsed faithfully State Suffers, Too ever after many had spent a tiring day at registration, and now they prac- tice after all have been in class during the day. Moreover, these practice ses- sions are often pretty grueling work- outs. Their reward? Some receive only an hour o...

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

Wednesday, October 3, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Miss Eagle Feels Like Giant When Performing Before Band Marching in front of « big band, cital for (X-t. lti in tin- Music Re- citals scheduled on Nov. 5, Nov. 8 says Hetty Thornton, makes you feel uiiout 10 feet tall. And that's Hit appropriate feel- ing for the role she plays each Saturday as the new Miss Eagle, the acrobatic twirler featured dur- ing halftime ceremonies at the fttotbnll game. The Fort Worth freshnmn, who dons an eagle mask and wings for her performance, is an interior de- sign major who twirls "just for fun." She admits she was scared when she first heard she'd been selected to till the starring twirler's spot because she had never twirled alone. "1 still get nervous, but usually at the first game it's terrible," she confided. A FT E It HER STINT with the North Texas Marching Rand, Miss Thornton plans to drop her baton activity. She has spent seven years as a twirler, but feels there's no fut...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 3, I1?6? Tyler Apaches Scalp Frosh 34-0 on First Night Out TWO FRACTURED RIBS tend halfback Bobby Smith to the side- line long enough for Trainer Jimmy Cody and Dr. Jim Jones, team physician, to tape his chest during Saturday's game. Smith will be held out of full action until the Tulsa game Oct. 13. MEMPHIS STATE GIVES UP its first touchdown in three years to North Texas when Dwain Bean (44) scores from tho I-yard line in the third quarter. The Tigers' John Evans (77) and an unidenti- fied player hit Bean after he crosses the goal. Eagle Bobby Price (72) gives a helpful shove to Bean on this final play of a 95-yard drive. Bean Scores, but Tigers Win North Texas scored against Memphis State for the first time in three years Saturday night. But their one touchdown by Dwain Bean was not enough to turn the three-year jinx, and they went down in defeat 1 The Eagles will meet the Hardin- Simmons Cowboys Saturday in their last Tionoonfereti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1962

Board Plans Two Polls For Wednesday Voting Two polling: stations, one in the. At a Wednesday night meeting, Union Building and one in the Li- the hoard decided not to have a hrary Building, will be open front runoff election for Homecoming It a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Elec- ! queen unless at least six randi- tions Board Chairman Jim Weaver dates tile petitions. snid Wednesday. At 5 p.m. Wednesday, only four Homecoming queen candidates had filed. They are Sandy Smith, Deb- hit' Day, Cindy Thomas and Diane Beid. As u qualification for voting, students must present identifica- tion card stubs. Graduate students will need only their registration receipts. Women's Forum President Laura Beth Legg said thut women who wish to vote for forum officers must buy membership cards in the dormitories. Candidates for class presidents are Don Mnrth and Andy Ward, graduate; Larry Sullivant and Dale Wootton. senior; Jack Conlee, Suiy Fulmnks and John Mower, junior; and Charles B. Boyd, Mark iiurdesty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1962

page 2—editorials Cheerleaders Band Hop Aboard Road Trip Builds Up Good Head of Steam The VSNT road trip got a shove this week that promises to send it speeding toward Wichita. Kan., on Nov. 8. The varsity cheerleaders and about 118 members of the marching band will go on the train trip, which will require .'125 persons to justify the journey. I'SNT Vice-President James Kill- ings worth is optimistic that enough students will buy tickets to make the trip a success. The history of North Texas road trips is not a bright one. For the last two years the journeys have folded. Last fall the proponed 1.000-mile trip t<> Memphis, Tenn.. would have cost 1! per person to watch a noncotifer- ence game in which the Eagles were underdogs. And besides these disadvantages, the plans dangled precariously until the last minute. This year the plans appear to be sound, the game is a conference con- test with a good rival and the tickets cost only $14.56. The rail trip will be After Homecoming Qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1962

Friday, October 5, 1962 Ol' Henry Rebels — And Fun Begins The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS "Life in more than refinement, fumed oak, and lace curtains and getting old and miserable with nothing to show for it." This is the lament of Henry Gow. a character in Supper Theater's j presentation "Fumed Oak," by n t « ■ Noel Coward. In the play, to be r|V6 PfOTS AttCnQ presented in the Union Building] Cafeteria next Thursday and Fri- day nights, Gow is a man frustrat- ed by the people in life who attach no meaning to living and just go through each day bickering at each other. His family seems to be just this type. Henry, portrayed by Hank Rob- erts of Dallas, decides to rebel against his wife Doris, played by Martha Bessire, Denton. He tells her, "You're a bad lot Dorrie, not what the world would call a bad lot, but what 1 call a bad lot. Mean, cold and respectable." •DELIGHTFULLY FUNNY* Despite Henry's trials, Director John Peninger, Bridgeport, de- scribes the play as "delig...

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

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Friday, October 5, 1962 tL Smiles Appear When Teams Play By LARRY PHILLIPS A fVw people managed to smile as Intramural Ixujrue teams began a schedule Tuesday afternoon which will see them play Friday and Saturday games 0n a rougb stretch < f ground west of Fonts Field. The new schedule and playing area weren't revealed until this week, hut the cause for the new additions ap- peared when halt Schoolers began playing f(K>thall for the first time on the t.ab School Field. When North Texas' Marching Band arrived to use the fidil again t hi.* year for practice sessions, a conflict of foot- ball and bandsmen began. Maurice McAdow moved his band to the land west of Fouts Field, but the extra distance and too many grass burs moved the marchers back closer to civilization. The only place available between Fouts Field and IKiints east was the land used for intramural football fields on Avenue K. So a full size practice field was marked ofF. leaving one touc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 October 1962

Friday, October 5, 1962 i 5 The Campus Chat Pro Football Clubs To Sever Bonds Between Farris, Eagles PAGE 5—SPORTS Hy HILL llOBBS A fine pro prospect. That's North Texas' senior guard, Richard Farris, as ap- praised by Football Coach Odus Mitchell. Farris, a ti-foot, 248-pounder who was drafted last spring by teams from both professional league!, feels that his time of ree- toning has come. After playing football for 14 years, he had to decide whether he would play pro hall. "I've decided to play," Farris said. "But which team? This I haven't decided." Fl'Tl'RE CHOICE Sought by both the San Diego Chargers of the American Foot- ball League and the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League in last winter's drafts, Far- ris was picked as a futuvt choice, although he still had one year of college football eligibility left. The veteran guard was eligible be- cause he hud been enrolled In col- lege four yeurs. Their decision to draft the form- er high school All-Stater was based la...

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

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, October 5, 1962 Plays Gleason's TV Wife Ex-Coed Adorns Magazine Cover Jaoki, Glea&onV familiar face dot* the cnver « f ihis week'* l.ife tnajrazinc That's not new, hut the >:irl in tin* background is and ••heV a fortm-i North Texas stu- dent. Sue Ann I<angdon, now ap- pearing as ti lea son'- TV wife. I.ifc calls her "thi most talen- ted new and dance pirl of th< fledjrmtr television season." It, 11*53 she answered the class •nil here as Sue Ann Lookhoff Since then the bright lights and marquee- have changed her name it. Sue Ann Lantrdon. But her married name i« Mrs. Jack Einer- ick He] second cousin, Miki Her- vey, a junior here, recalls Miss l.arurdon's rise to fame. Her ca- reer l>e>raR as a chorus trill f >l- liAVetl by a smtfinir role in the niu- siiral "Ankles Away." She next ap- peared as the secretary on TV's ''Bachelor Father." She made several truest appear- ances on "Bonanza" and then landed a role in "The Great Im-...

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

Parade Entry Date Changes; Frosh To Plan Annual Blaze 46th YEAR The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10. 1962 NO. 6 The deadline for entering the Homecoming parade was extended to Thursday this week as fresh- men scheduled u mass meeting to plan the biggest Homecoming bon- fire ever. With the annual ex-student re- union only 10 days away, details for the Oct. 10-20 event were being planned with the precision of a military campaign. Lt. Col. Nash E. Lorino, chair- man of the parade committee, ex- tended the deadline for entering the parade competition from 5 p.m. today to 10 a.m. Thursday, TIME FOR I UK AS "We are doing this to give or- ganizations which have not yet en- tered a little more time to come up with an idea," he said. He urged groups to l>e prompt in contacting his office with en- tries, especially those planning to enter cars, so they can be noti- fied of their place in the parade well before the Oct. -0 parade. Meanwhile, some ...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Forum for Ideas The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 10, 1962 Chat Outlines Policy On Editorials, Letters Pick Your Presidents —Here's the Way Although it isn't generally Chat policy to answer the letters we re- ceive. the interest that has been stirred by a recent column and letter to the editor calls for some explana- tion or statement of policy. The Chat has Iteen criticized for two things which appeared on this page last Friday: a column and a letter which dealt with fraternities. Why were these printed, especially with rush season in full bloom? To partially help explain, here is a gen- eral policy statement on letters to the editor: 1. They should be in good taste and free of obscenity. 2. They should be brief and to the |toint. They should be of interest to North Texan*, although they may be written by an outsider. 4. Letters involving personal at- tacks should be reported to the ac- On Oct. 19-20 Invite Someone To Come Home Homecoming is less than two weeks a...

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