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

Wednesday, October 10, 1962 Club Notes The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Where Do You Find Help? How can one ask for help, Jf he BLUE KEY doesn't know whom to ask ? The two North Texas service! ^ meeting of Blue Key to nomi organizations, Green Jackets ami "u* " !muUy • '. nominate Talons, are tryiiiK to answer this ''! •rt>'Vll ,l" **;. a for question by plunninu methods of wiU be held at 7:30 to- acquainting the student body with K ' 1 ScriptBf* St their members. 6 The Green Jackets plan to use a bulletin board in the Union Build- ing to acquaint the student body with members of the organisation. The 30-by-36-ineh Green Jacket hoard located next to the Air Force UOTC bulletin board will display the pictures of two members each week, beirinnintr with graduating seniors and working down to the sophomore members of the club. ^ The Talons will attend class in white shirts and armbands each Wednesday in an effort to famil- iarize students with members. The men's service o...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 10, 1962 'Mural Football Shows Nine Perfect Records With the second week of intra- mural competition underway. Kap- pa Alpha, Sijrma Nu and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternities, boasting 2-0 records, arc tied for first place in the Fraternity League. Six Independent League teams also have perfect records. In Monday's fraternity play the K.V defeated the Geeiles 12-fl and f "ni Kappa Sigma slipped by the K.«ppa Sijfs s-fl. Delta Sigma Phi gained a vic- tory when Sigma Phi Epsilon fail- ed tv show up for the game. tVv Williams, director of intra- murals, said that several teams had been forfeiting, claiming that a schedule was not available. 'Schedules are posted in the Mt'iiV ti.vin." said Williams. "AH any team has to do to find out their t ame schedule is come hy my office and pick up a list of games t Ik' played." The Independent League has been divided into two leagues. I-airlie A has eight teams, and League H has six. Hut the inde- pendent...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1962

svx3i 'svviva aausAV 3TOO i-to* •oo eaivs - ssiAuns biijouoih The Campus Chat Eagles To Face Hurricane In MVC Play Saturday — Page 4 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1962 NO. 7 $700,000 Cut Urged Iri Budget A recommendation by staff mem- hers of the Texas Commission on Higher Education would trim more than $700,000 from a $12,231,251 budget requested for North Texas in the two-year period beginning in Septemlier 1903. A two-year budget of $11,40*.),245 was recommended for NTSU. The figures were released in Austin after the commission voted to meet Oct. 23 to reconsider bud- tret requests from Texas' 20 state- supported colleges ami universities. Recommendations from the com- mission's staff would cut about $20 million out of general revenue ex- penditures for the two-year period. The schools had asked $178,831,087, but the staff recommended only $158,004,802. North Texas' budget request was the fifth largest in the state, rank- ing behind the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1962

page 2—editorials Greeks vs. Independents The Campus Chat Friday, October 12, 1962 Campaigners Desert Homecoming Custom A professional photographer, glanc- ing through the pages of the Yucca, commented on the large number of beautiful women on this campus as compared to other colleges. His state- ment can partly he verified by a look a! the women in one's classes. Many are beauty-contest material and cer- tainly Homecoming queen material. Yet this year only two women are vying for the title through a misun- derstanding of the I SN'T Flections Rnitrd and the Interfraternitv council. Wh> should the entire campus rely on this organization to supply the candi- dates hi past years many girls were eager to at least !>e one of the five traditional finalists. The competition was keen and the suspense was even greater. Fortunately, the Industrial Arts Club, in conjunction with the West I>(irni Association, the Modern Dance < luli and the Women's Recreational Association, came t&l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1962

Friday, October 12, 1962 164 Frat Rushees Accept Bids; KAs Top List With 23 Pledges PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS The Campus Chat Performance by TCU Grad Students Religious Groups To Sponsor J.B. A total of 164 rushocs accepted fraternity bids this week, an in- crease of 43 over last fall's 121 pledges. Kappa Alpha topped the list with 23 pledges, followed by Lamb- da Chi with 22 and Sigma Nu with 21. The KAs also led last years' pledge list with 21 pledges. Next in this semester's lineup were the Ueezles with 16; Phi Kappa Sigma and Kappa Sigma, 15; Sigma Phi Kpsilon, 14; Theta Chi and Delta Sigma Phi, 13; and Pi Kappa Alpha, 12. The following accepted bids: KAPI'A AI.HHA William K. Smith, John CoiikUn, Lynn Hot en, Eugene WUkenson. ltolwrt J. C«- Mil, Keith Mnreu. lionny Morrow, Billy Hell, Hurry W. Curler. Jimmy Prosier. Larry Ci. C*uillou«l. Jerry I>. Holmcw, Tom Hull, Kulph R. Mai-tin. Mike T. Wutu, Johnny rirboro, Konnhl V. Martin, Tim Falirout, Cirody W. Smithey. KiMie Me* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, October 12, 1962 Tulsa Calls Passes For Saturday Night A sky full of footballs Sat unlay night will be just what the Tulsa Hurricane ordered, and North Tex- as will have to stop the rain of tiasses to iram a Missouri Valley Conference victory. Tulsa, which has the top aerial offense in the conference, is plan- ning to have its passers' arms i ven warmer than in past weeks when they have irathered 400 yards through the air. "Because the Fairies' line aver* ayes 232 pounds." Coach Glenn The jrame w ill be broadcast over radio station HUNT 1110 beeinninu at 7:55 p.m. Bill Mer- cer will give the play-by-play report from Tulsa. McBirtiie, Tulsa's top passer, and the receiving of Simmons has been an improved defense that has provided stiff protection even against powerful Arkansas. In addition to the size and ex- perience of the Kairle line, which Coach Odus Mitchell hopes will bring pressure upon the Tulsa passer, three defensive specialists may play...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1962

Friday, October 12, 1962 Football Scheduled To Get Tougher By LARRY PHILLIPS North Texan will play five of its last seven football games on the road, but that fact doesn't worry Coach Odus Mitchell, whose Eagles started the season with three straight home games. "Naturally we play better at home." the coach said, hut that s the only way W6 could work tht* schedule out for this season. I don't think that playing three straight games at home will make any difference in the way we play the rest of the season." The Missouri \ alley Conference game dates and sites are set up for the four participating teams. Mitchell explained, and the remainder of the schedule must be molded around the MVC slate of games. PROBLEM: CLASHING DATES "Our conference games are prettv well set up for the immediate future," he said, "our problem is to work the other games in around them. When we try to add new and tougher teams we sometimes have a problem." Such a conflict occurred when NT8U had a chance to pla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 October 1962

The Campus Chat Friday, October 12, 1962 News Briefs Lab Band To Swing In State Fair Show Tin Lab Hum!, directed l>y I. con at 8 tonijrhl in the I'niun Huiidinn Hieidi-n, u iil perform six number* j Coffee Shop. W. « |>.m. Thup.-a«> at a "Coll**- ; Tlw s,„.| Coward come thi Statf l' i (irwrain ,i\, which opened Thursday, will | be presented after a dinner served by the group at 7:15 p.m. Ticket* j to the dinner and play are $1,7.r the Live,«t «k Coliseum. Tm« other collegiate .last/ groups will take part, a Southern Meth ii>t 1 Diversity >t«(if band and ; ltlM| reservations may he made by l . . , ' .i 4,.. .. i t.* band from Stephen F: (• ( olleife at N'acogdo Invieland Justin St * hes. I.ii' Hand members are Jerry K'\- 1'onald Kidman, Joe Davis, M h< Hansen and Tommy VVutkins, -.i jihoi.i*.. John Kckert. John ( Ijirry Ford and Terry lien- i \, !■ mpet>; Gerald ''hamhei lain, Tom Swiff. Hill Cash, Raoul Je- •m in ! Joe Hundazzo. trom- i- • • ' Marie.-. Baxter, p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1962

:li Modern Touch Will Enrich Tonight's Ballet Performance By DAVID DUNN1GAN Whether you like bullet or not you'll probably enjoy the one to- night. The National Ballet of Canada, the first Fine Arts Committee pro- duction this year will bring 80 member** of its company— dancers, musicians, lighting technicians, stage hands and property masters —for a highly diversified and en- tertaining evening. The dance productions will start Mystery Shrouds Kidnaping' Report A Dallas police lieutenant, Dean of Men William G. Woods ami cam- pus fraternity men all denied knowledge of a reported "kidnap- ing" of two Dallas women as part of a fraternity pledge prank Fri- day night. Area radio stations and the Denton Record-Chronicle had car- ried stories on reports that "two Denton fraternity pledges" kid- naped the pair, brought them to Denton for the night and returned them to their homes Saturday morning. A check with campus fraternities revealed only that several of the groups were blaming each ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 17, 1962 Second Current Affairs Forum Cuban Problems Spur Panel-Student Talks NT Talent Floods Show Biz If th«- strung turnout for the panel discussion on Mississippi whs any indi- cation. there may be another packed auditorium at 7:30 tonight for an open forum Mil the powder-keg situation in Cuba. I>r. Richard N. Kottman of the his- tory depnnment and James W. Ilid- dlesjierger of the government faculty will give their professional views on th< development* of the last two weeks And eertainlv the Cuban situa tion i- one which nwds clarification. Recently Culm's President Osvaldo l>orticos Torrado spoke in the United Nations. anti-Castro demonstrators clashed with Castro supporters at the I N. session and a bargain was being sought to ransom 1.118 prisoners from Cuba for $60 million worth of food and medicine. In an uncx)>ected attack upon the I'nited States in the General Assem- bly Oct. 8. President Dorticos charged ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1962

Wednesday, October 17, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Students Extend Helping Hand To 60 Needy Denton Families By GEOKCK KIMBROUGH Student# who complain about the monotony of their dormitory food initfht hop in some Saturday after- noon ax a group of students leaves from the Presbyterian University Center. These student* have joined in a "Welfare Calling" program design- ed to survey the needs of under- privileged families in Denton Coun- ty- The scenes they see aren't always happy ones. Jim Greenwald, mod- erator of the Presbyterian group, recently encountered four or five little children sitting on a box in front of their home. He asked them where their mother was. They didn't know. "I got a kind of sick feeling," Greenwald said. Pat Koonce, chairman of the group's welfare program and a Roberts Adds Finesse To Supper Production By DIANA DEBVEU Gracefulness in acting, as in ice skating, puts that final touch of finesse to a performance. Hank Roberts had such grac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1962

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 17, 1962 Tulsa Shuts Out Flock 34-0 With Mighty Aerial Display ll> KILL HOHHS If North Texas was looking for an air attack Saturday night in Tulsa, it found what it expected. In a dazzling display of aerial tactios, the Tulsa Hurricane erush- >d the Eagles 34-0 and set two school records in the process. By downing: the Eagles in this Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams. Tulsa moved into a tie with Cincinnati for the league lead Saturday. North Texas a train hits the conference trail as the Eagles play host to Cincinnati at 2 p.m. McBte Hits 274 For Lowest Score Among Qualifiers With the fall qualifying rounds complete. Rives McBee turned in the lowest score, a 6-under-par 1>74. The golfers finished 72 holes in a four-day span. Four others with the lowest -cores are Elgie Seamater, 284; Don Wilson. 287; Dewight Nevil and Ken Brown, both 292. Coach Herb Ferrill said that in ahout two weeks he plans a match play tou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

UICnOFILM BOX 8066-4924 COLE DALLAS, TEX CO'!P The Campus Chat Organizations Plan Fefes To Welcome Ex-Students — Page 7 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1962 NO. 9 Blaze To Blast Off Homecoming Tonight Homecoming Scrap Gridders Brace For Cincy Cats North Texas welcomes its exes to Fonts Field Satuiday with a 2-2 record and a shot at its sixth consecutive Homecoming victory. The Kilgle* will He trying to knock off Cincinnati, now sharing the lead with Tulsa in the Missouri Valley Conference. The game will begin at 2 p.m. after 50 minutes of pregume ac- tivities. Coach Odus Mitchell will he seeking his 13th Homecoming vie- Float To Carry Trapeze Girl, Real Calliope A girl will lie swinging high above the street crowds Saturday morning as she performs to the music of a 1,000-pound calliope. These circus floats will be in keeping with Kappa Sigma fra- ternity's theme "Girl on a Flying Trapeze." A circus tent will be pitched in front of the frat h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

PAGE 2—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, October 19, 1962 Sports Bits Golf Cart Aids Pony Football Something new'* l een added to 1 football. Huyden Fry, Southern Method- i ist coach, decided to start riding j | <*n the practice field during the workout sessions Monday. Pry was ! ; flitting about the practice field at j an 11-mile-per-hour pace on a one- nmn electric cart similar to thorn- ' used on a golf course. Fry said that the cart enabled j him to get from one point on the j ! field to another in a hurry to cor- i \ rect faults noticed in any one | phase of practice. Two Giant Killers HALFBACK DICKY SHAW is a top prospect in both football and baseball. He was selected to the high school All-American grid team as a senior at Grants, N. M. The University of Texas, ranked No. 1 in both polls, meets one of its foremost challengers, Arkan- sas, Saturday at Austin. Both Kazorbacks and the Steers sport 4-0 records and are nation- ally ranked. Arkansas has tied or won the championship...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

Friday. October 19, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—SPORTS Tradition Rings Out In Bell's New Role By LARRY PHILLIPS A campus landmark fop 72 years will make its first trip to a Homecoming at Fouta Field Saturday afternoon. The Victory Bell, which originally served the school as a curfew ringer and was used to toll for victory by foot- ball teams alter curlew was discontinued, has never been in a football stadium during Homecoming because it has been mounted on top of a building. But last year, the Talons took the bell down from the Power Plant roof and mounted it on a trailer. The bell's weight of well over 1,000 pounds was deceptive, however, and one of the supporting legs buckled the wooden trailer. Seven men couldn't lift the bell back u|>on the trailer, and only a crane was successful in restoring it to its new perch. The bell, which was rusty and dirty when the Talons became its caretakers last spring, has now been coated with golden car paint and might look like it did in 1801 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

page 4—news The Campus Chat Friday, October 19, 1962 -News Briefs- Vice-President To Participate In NASA University Parley Vic* ■ President J. J. Spurlock will attend the National Aeronau- tics and Spare Administration'* l'nivei*ity Conference on the St ienee and Technology of Spucr Kxplofatioti m Chicago Nov. 1-3. Or. Spurlock. who is also a member of the chemistry faculty, said the conference will emphasize the ! le nf \ VSA and the univer- se- in ineethiB national ironls ; spae< exploration. The first day's discussions will deal with the current and future missions of the American space program. Top-fltjfht NASA scientists from aeros the nation will lead special- ized sessions during the other two days Papers will be presented re- viewing the si ience and technology of space exploration in the major area.- of bioastronautics, chemical rocket propulsion and aerodyna- mics. A special showing of motion pictures on manned space flight is planned Florists Expect Boost In Football M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

i I Flying 1 i&fl ^ .-*w ■^QP *y f.i H /Y* ! txES .P r *6tf9jL |' «W -HPf/ - .'£§8 <>7 „h<dr} V K % \ 71TT ysu vw Greeks 5Vl off IL> IfcctWi'ort j <* "f^e "Tif<jdLi-t iomoI /BonArc i_ou iclie5 WorncCtomnuj Activities..: -VN^G Xv >>VA^C°' x\- . v\ V\0 Here Are Tf)/s Weekend's Big Events: Bonfire and Presentation of Queen 7:30 p.m. Friday in west parking lot of Fouts Field Parade 10:30 a.m. Saturday North Texas-Cincinnati Game 2 p.m. Saturday a* Fouts Field Barbecue Alter game in Men's Gymnasium Stage Show 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Main Auditorium ■■■■■nwiiiiTiiiiiiiiwwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiniiBiniiiniiiiiiiiti'riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'i imwhiiiiiiiiiiii iiii'iiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimwwiHiii r \ m / mS/SHR*. v %L -\°$S ©- ^ * v \ ' C"> „ {V ' f\ - "■ 4 „c'v kV< «•, ' A <v v it 1 1. • a ' "A r"1 \ ' h A 0 n <> r* 0 << 0 . Af^ i "Tke 'r aVot«ioy f^udJt >« \ r> (l\( l^ict • Before or After the Game . . . FEAST ON Pr>J*]...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

PAGE 6—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, October 19, 1962 Mums, Badges on Sale Organizations Encourage Homecoming 'Color Guard' A i* r.«on standing in the center of Otf fair grounds in Dallas Saturday afternoon could have looked hijrh into the Cotton Bowl stand.- and seen, not |ieo|>lt\ luit great blurs of orantrt' or red school colors. These colors came from fans sjiort- isig orange ***♦' corsage*. pennants, pins. clothing accessories, badges and |Mtn>.|Hinis. .Mam North Texas organizations would also like to see Kagle fans wear- ii.g the school colors for the ini|>ortnn1 Saturday at Fonts Homecoming game Field. Spirit and service organization* such as the Marching Hand, twirlers. cheer- leaders. Talons, ( reen Jackets and of course, the footliall team, wear green and white uniforms and dot the stands More Aid to Latin America Latins Pass Sombrero An the taxpayers and consumers of the I inted States going to be bur- dened with it larger share of the eco- nomic problems of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

Friday, October 19, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 7—HOMECOMING CALENDAR North Texans Fly High With 1962 Homecoming Activities 2:30-9 p.m. 7:30 p.m. X p.m. All Day 8-11 a.m. 8 a.m. to Noon 8-10:30 a.m. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 8 a.m. to Noon 8:30-9:30 a.m. 9 a.m. 9-11 a.m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 REGIS I RA TION in Main Lounge of Student Union Building SSKf'Jfff>,:p RAI LY AN,) PRESENTA- TION Ol- HOMECOMING QUEEN and run- nvrs-up, west parking lot, Fouts Field, sponsored by the Talons Kappa Sigma Party for active members given by Alumni. Denton Country Club SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 Registration in Student Union Building and at the Barbecue: Green Jackets, T-Club members. Inter-Traternity Council, and Panhcllcnic Coun- cil assisting All F.xes with small children please note: Mrs. I.ehrman will be in charge of "Baby Sit- ting" in the Nursery Room of the First Baptist Church, 404 West Oak Street from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 60 cents an hour per family Oak Street Hall Open House Terrill Hall Open House Al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 October 1962

PAGE 8—ADVERTISING The Campus Chat PLAYBOY > V \ > A ii t! w« %<> v * you off and winging! Va 4-Piece ICombol ■Suit! 4 / h *• * ■* > > 4: # ■ * got it mod© at ony session I The 4 piece* in new, understated colorings Friday, October 19, 1962 V ■t •. « • 5 " *• 1 fRBBK ~ S s 0 J ? St - f HI 5 . >t *n %1 Si {.' 18 ?£'*_ ii'J B SI SI « l- K 3 * * «1 /? !t 'HVJ V"V AS SEEN IN PLAYBO washable fabrics. Welcome, Exes! Come By Before or After The Parade! getting the big play! / I. s* / \\ J- fj AS SEEN IN PLAYBOY Buffs who dig fresh ideas flip for Pipers, slim-as-a-licorice-stick slacks that fit so great you'll go over reolly big. No belt no cuffs to bug you; wear 'em low down on the hips and man, you're saying something I Choose yours now from a heap of colorful, $4.98 to $6.98 To Homecoming! DOWNTOWN ON THE SQUARE! See Our Great Collection of H-l-S Hits! No orgument The leader of em alt * Post-Grods Taking it from the top. they've got traditionalI belt loops and on-,ea...

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