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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1962

Ivan Davis Will Play J^q CampUS Chat Concert Here Tonight 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1962 NO. 10 Ivan Duvis, u pianist who has raptured tup honors around (he world, will perform for hin alma mater tonight. Davis, a lit52 music graduate of North Texas, will present a concert at 8:16 p.m. in the Main Auditorium. It will lie the second presentation of the Fine Arts Series. Winner of the first Franz IJut Piano Competition in New York in 19ti0, Davis has toured extensively in Kurope and North and South America in the dec- ade since he left NTSU. HIS PROGRAM tonight will include "Two Sonatas," by Scar- latti; "Sonata in C Major, Op. •>! (Wuldstein)," by Beethoven; "Curnuval, Op, 9." by Schumann; "Two Impromtus," by Schubert: and "Three Pieces from 'Is Tom- beau de Couperin'," by Ravel. Davis, born in Electra, Tex., began his studies at the age of 1U. A girl friend of his took pia- no lessons from his aunt, and in order to be with her he...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS At Wichita The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 24, 1962 Students Can Enjoy Second Homecoming Wild West In two weeks North Texan* will have a chance for another homecom- inp. It's thf homecoming of the t'ni- vi*rsity of Wichita MMi miles away— hut there may lie a train load of North Texas students there to help them cel- ebrate. The train will jrlide out of I ten ton early on the morning of Nov. for the out-of-state s|ject«clc. and Krida\ i- the last day students can purchase tickets for the event. The S1LS1 ticket will not only pay the person's transportation and admit him to a |M>ssihle championship show- down for the Missouri Valley Confer- ence. but also cover dancing during the 1 H-hour excursion and rides to and No Shorts, Rollers from Veterans Field in Wichita. Those who like to hear the smash of helmets, witness a long touchdown pass and "feel" the jarring impact of 2H0-pound linemen will not want to miss the Wheatshocker encounter. It has the potential of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1962

Wednosday, October 24, 1962 Flying Trapeze Float Swings Sweepstakes for Kappa Sigs The Campus Chat V. PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS "Thi- tiirl on the Flying Tra- peze" brought cheers from thou- sands (luring Saturday's Home- i-omiiiK 1'aradc as she swayed high above the street to the music of a calliope on a trailing circus wagon. Kappa Signia's carnival entry carried off the sweepstakes award in fluat competition as several of the fraternity's pledget, dressed as clowns, tossed candy to the viewers and vluttfsd each other around the wagon. T"-vo other social fraternities drove to first place awards in the float competition. Theta Chi's en- try was judged most original and the Sigma Nu float was chosen most beautiful. Theta Chi's entry, "Flying High on Our Island in the Sky," de- picted the tropical romance of a South Sea island with a Polyne- sian princess sitting under a palm tree and being protected by solemn-faced islanders. A golden chariot drawn by three black stallions was th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 October 1962

page 4 sports The Campus Chat ^ Flock Wins on Air Thefts & ■■Ik Wednesday, October 24, 1962 Bearcats Victimized 14-8 at Homecoming Two intviveptions set twi. North Texas touchdowns a s«'iiw! half 14-S victory over i'un immti Saturday The victory, which uu- protestwl by Cincinnati, put tht* K aglet* hack into contra ( n fm the Missouri Valley Con- ference .h«ni|iion*hi|i and thrilled Motn«H'oniin|r fans. Winston Freeman and Butch W riuht stole the two Cincinnati iih ■-e- tiiat <fi i«p|ied the Hearcat- i ! . a -rcond-ldnce tie with NTS! Hot! teams arc 1 1 and trail tho I'iUh Hurricane, which is 1-0 Th> Kat'l<> will meet then last . nt'erei .c team. Wichita, the de Vndin f champion which is stuck ii ast place with a '>-1 record, in lwo weeks. Hut the Flock, now '■2 over-all, will have to travel to I.h- Cruces for an intersectionnl (■attle airainxt New Mexico State Saturday nivrht Addinir to the Homecoming irame's excitement was a fourth nuarter argument between Cinci...

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

•uuigf I SU'lllfA fcl . i. A — « < 1 i « Vi 3(INMAY 3100 I>ZM 46th YEAR The Campus Chat Cager Plays Long Shots, Sinks Em Every Time — Page 5 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1962 NO. II Sign Up Now, Urge Backers Of Road Trip The Nov. ■'! road trip to Wichita, Khii., may tuke place if a mini- mum of .'<00 students instead of I he original 326—buy tickets, Kirk Carmean, Summer Hoard road trip chairman, said Thursday. The deadline for buying tickets is noon today. They may he ,,ur. chased in the Union Building for #14.81. ( armean talked Wednesday with Daryl Hones, Santa Pe passenger, agent in Dallati. "Mr. Hones said that if we sell j somewhere around 300 tickets, we will have a trip," Carniean said, j By Thursday afternoon 199 tic- | kets had been sold. Of this num. j 1118 are members of the March- ' injf Hand and six ale cheerleaders. Road Trip Committee Chairman j Dan White said the participation \ of the organizations will lie neces- j sary ...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Student Obligation Friday, October 26, 1962 Serve Studies May As Best U.S. Weapon Overheard in a North Texas dormi- tory Monday niffht: "Why should 1 study tonight We're going to he blown up pretty soon anyway." Of course, this remark was meant facetiously, but it points up how per- tinent the current Cuban crisis is to the life of a student. In the wake of President Kennedy's sober message to the nation on the Cuban situation, many North Texan*, especially those who are just begin- ning their college careers, may experi- ence a sinking feeling of futility at the apparently shaky security of their fu- tures. Why worry about a math or history assignment when they may soon to- talled into the service of their country in a world conflict ? Hut the math or history assignment may be just the thing with which they must arm themselves for this battle— whether it turns out to be a shooting war or an idea war. In this time of crisis, the student should realize the broad |&g...

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

Friday. October 26, 1962 i iororities To Sponsor Day or Parents To Visit Ramp The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS •I"m :n ! I .«! will vi-ii the , Pus Nov. i to take u first hand et their daughter'* sorority • as two sororities hold Parents' H.v " kappa dki.ta in vyvappe Delta pledges will per. m a skit, and parents will have „hance to beeome acquainted with •h other at the Parents' Day pro- <HW. >? orum Plans r I kit Program "Halloween Capers" will he the pine of the Women's Foratn Skit '{ht at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the 0> School (iymnaaium. •laeh girls' dormitory may enter j.skit in the competition. First, jond and third priie winners will , awarded plaques. The skits will t approximately 10 minutes •h. teach dorm much submit its fipt to Del ret ha Taylor by Mon- V in order to compete in the •gram. She lives in room 211, jmley Hall. Jiff and little sisters are urged icome to Skit Night together. The Women's Forum is also ,nning an Autumn Formal at 0 p.m. Nov. 28 in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 October 1962

p < page 4—sports The Campus Chat Gridders Go West For NMSU Battle North Texas meets New Mexico| tl,27H ynrtsi. ("ouch CWu* Mitch-j man. Other interior linemen for State University an.l it* heralded ell describes the stocky halfback: the Aggies are tackles Dennis halfback, James iPrtacheri Pilot, a* "her. fast and well balanced." .n NMSl 's homecoming clash Sat Mitchell is fairly |>leased with unlay. The tame at I'niversity Park's Memorial Stadium, near l.as Cru e.v. iie^ins at sir. p.m. tST*. The Ragle*. fresh from their own H...recommit victory over th< 1'idversity of t'incintiati. will car ry a 3-2 r«'i>rd against the Aggies' 2 i season standing. The Ragle* have !<<-♦ to Tulsa and Memphis State, The Aggies have been set k four time-, hv West Texas < <l: 15 I N'e« I Tit '•a. I'niversity University of Wis. of New S'ate Wichita. c nsin ami the Mexico The Agtries an 1<*«1 hy Pilot, who n> a vonhomore led the nation in scoring I13& points i and rushin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 October 1962

Friday, October 26, 1962 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS car loo lift Da I for .. c em irri F S tht Ni: La a St'< tw las t a« S<'l« daj pW Cr I to r plu 8:.'j Sell |M opei Wee (lllCI «Stl worn will! evil.) A Lair D t Eagles Will See The Preacher Saturday By LARRY PHILLIPS Hoth schools will be playing their second straight Homecoming game this weekend when North Texas meets New Mexico State in Las ( ruces. And the Kagles are hop- ing to stop the one man on offense who could make the weekend a success for the Aggies. James (Preacher) Pilot will In* the main target for Eagle t ticklers this weekend as NMSU celebrates a two- day homecoming. This will be the second time that the Ea- gles have run up against the tailback, who is one of the top rushers in the nation. Last year when the Aggies came to Denton they car- ried acquaintances of Eagle halfback Bobby Smith on their roster. But this year only Pilot remains of that group that Smith knew. Willie Adams, who as a freshman started i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 October 1962

PAGE *—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, October 26, 1962 -News Briefs- Editing Begins on NT Movie Filming of thi- U«NT Senate's North Texas promotion film was complvtwJ Tui-Mla.v after clear weather permitted aerial shots to tie taken Monday. The film depict iny many phases of campus life «t NTSl' is IwinK edited by Doyle Vinson, NT SI' ex- student with WBAI'-TV. Vinson will cuf the reels t«> a length of • about 27 minutes, "After editing, narration and ! background music recorded by: various groups on rumpus will be added " News Service Director .fames I. Rogers reported. "We hope t.. include music by the Con- i cert Band. Symphony, A ('appelln Choir and Lab Band." Put Boone has taped the intro- . duet ion and conclusion of the script written by Pi, Rogers, and John Swaney. NT8l"s internationally ; known debater from Sherman, will narrate the rest of the film. l>r Rogers hopes "The North Texas Story'' will be completed in j IHnember. Plans are pending for a premiere showing befor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1962

' M ■MM Show Ends Saturday mmmmf Staging Sparks 'Gull' The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1962 NO. 12 By BII.I. PERKINS Russian drama made its for- mal debut at North Texas Tues- day night as the University Players opened their season with a commendable production of "The Sea (lull," Chekhov's trag- edy of the dissatisfaction of artistry. The bright points of the show- are aided by the elaborate sets that fill the small states in the Studio Theater, Along with the costumes of the turn-of-the-cen- tury drama, the sets immediate, ly place the audience into the classical semi-realistic mood of the play. TBI-: DRAMA DEALS with a group of authors and actresses and the tragedy caused by their selfish unhuppiness with their own lives. At the dress rehearsal Monday night, Camilla Can- contributed the finest performance as the domineering Madame Treplev, an actress interested only in her own advancement. She is a "psy- chological frea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Victory Bell, Bonfire The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 31, 1962 Service Center Donates Time, Tools to Students With all the talk about school spir- it and spirit awards, some recognition should be given to the men behind the scene. One of the departments on the North Texas campus that shows more school spirit in its interest and work than most students do is the Service tenter, directed by Dr. R. W. Adams, assistant to the president. These men have on several occa- sions displayed school spirit equal to that of the most enthusiastic fresh- man. Last spring the Talons removed the old bell (now called the Victory Bell) from the roof of the Power Plant. Most of the publicity on this project point- ed to the men's service organization, which had the original idea and fur- nished the manpower for the project, but there was more to the story than reached the papers. Degree Insurance Seniors To File For Graduation Most seniors would hate to have their mortarboards taken...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1962

Wednesday, October 31, 1962 Record Review Album Features Versatile Tony By STANLEY IIOI STON Tony Bennett's latest hit, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," is the title sontf on his new album for Columbia Records. Showing his versatility as a sonu stylist, Bennett presents a program of varied suturs that pro- duce easy and enjoyable listening. From his bouncing versions of "Candy Kisses" and "Love for Sale" to his haunting rendition of "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," Bennett shows why he is one of the country's most popular singers. The Smothers Brothers, a fast- rising new vocal group, introduce themselves to the record world with their new album, "Two Sides of the Smothers Brothers." The "Two Sides" mentioned in the title refers to the Brothers' ability to perform as comedians as well as folk singers. The first side of the album presents their night club act which was recorded at the Crystal Palace in St. Ixrnis. Here Brothers Tom and Dick sing, poke fun at themselves and other fol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1962

PAGL 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, October 31, 1962 Eagles Bow to 'Preacher J WAYNE MUELLER . . passed for touchdown Tracksters Finish Second to SMU Eagle tracksters placed second behind Southern Methodist Univer- sity in a cross country meet at SMI' Friday. The Eaglets, sparked hy Jody Horton's 9:56, placcd first in the freshman division. With the winner being the one with the lowest score, the Eagles scored 35 points, compared to SMU's 27-point victory. Arlington State had 68 points to finish third. Larry Smith placed second for the varsity with a time of 15.42, followed by John Chrismnn's 15.45. In the freshman division, Eaglet Morton outdistanced SMU's Steve Ta.vlor, who came in second. They were followed by Terry Strange, Charles Crimland, Janero Zapata and Monty Weddell. all NTSU tracksters. Jack Peterson, Ronnie Linscomb, Herschel Wright. Arvester Shep- pard, Don Fox and Larry Ortiz ran fm the Eagles and placed in the top 20. A Missouri Valley Conference telegraphic mee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 November 1962

Johanos To Direct Dallas Symphony In Campus Concert The Dallas Sy mphony Orchestra, conducted by Donald Johanos will present its Kith North Texas concert at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in the Main Auditorium. Johanos, who has been associated with the symphony since llJ57, will be making his first appearance at NTSU. A native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, he holds two degrees from the Eastman School of Music. He also has an honorary doctorate in music from Coe College in Cedar Rapids. His acclaim through winning an international conductor's competi- tion in Holland led to a series of The Campus Chat IA? 31C3 ■viva *36* 4Mh YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1962 NO. 13 Train Leaves at 5:30 a.m. 300 Set for Wichita Jaunt Violinist Removed From Critical List Miss Marjorie Fulton, resident violinist in the School of Music, re- mained in poor condition at Meth- odist Hospital in Dallas Thursday afternoon following a Sunday au- tomobile accident three miles south of Dent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 November 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, November 2, 1962 JUNIOR COLLEGES: TEXAS' EXPANDING FRONTIER H> UREl.lA Al.OXZO Can an area have too many college*? Already about one-fourth of Texas" 210,- (KM) colli ire students are attending -«> insti- tutions of higher learning in this region. Yet in the past f<Mir years two new church- supported junior college* have sprung up in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and three cities have started moves to create community colleges. What need can these new two-year schools meet that isn't already Wing met by existing four-year colleges and universities? The answer seems to be at least threefold: 1. They offer technical programs geared to filling jobs in the community. 2. They provide cheap education- basi- cally only the cost of tuition since most stu- dents live at home. 3. They fill cultural and social needs in the communities they serve. Church Schools And the church schools fill a religious ed- ucation need in the communities where they...

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

1 Friday, November 2, 1962 Miss Kalil Enchants Audience, Brings Cheers at Voice Recital The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS By JANICE HE!.KNAP Miss Margaret Knlil wove a web of enchantment around her audi- ence Tuesday nitfht as she drew cheers of "bravo" for her faculty rental performance in the School of Music Recital Hall. Three encores were demunded of the soprano by her exuberant audi- ence, and Miss Kalil hub rewarded in turn with a bouquet of roses. In her hour and a half perfor- mance, Miss Kalil sain; selections which varied from operatic arias ioMHMMM Marquee Requiem' Charts Fall Of Almost Champion By BILL PERKINS A punch-drunk fighter — even though he almost became the heavyweight champion of the world—is nonetheless a punch- drunk fighter. Mountain Rivera was such a fighter but now is nothing but an oversized freak, not even able to return to the ring because of an eye injury. "What do I do now?" he pleads with his manager. "A guy's gotta do something. All I kno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 November 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, November 2, 1962 Wichita-Eagles Loser Will Drop From Conference Race Saturday Athletes Get Kicks Out of Grid Tricks By LARRY PHILLIPS Until last Saturday nijrht, North Texas hadn't been in- volved in any of the unusual incidents happening to the football this season. But according to the radio announcer, Bobby Price's field goal attempt early in the first quarter not only was wide, but also probably made the biggest splash of the night for the Eagles: It sailed into a swimming pool at New Mexico State's Memorial Stadium. Nationally, Navy made a bigger splash on its first play from scrimmage Saturday when the Midshipmen pulled off the controversial "sleeper" play that started a 32-9 rout of Pittsburgh. STEWART HOBBLES 66 YARDS Coach Wayne Hardin must have practiced on the play a long time to pull it off so smoothly. It started when Navy's Larry Graham left the game unnoticed by the Pitts- burgh players or the referees. Me was replaced by Dick Ear...

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

Friday, November 2, The Campus Chaf page 5—sports HARD-NOSE TACTICS: Clue to Injuries Injuries Part of the Game The number of injured players who are led off the field at every game has been on the upsurge in recent years. Sometimes the player's only out for the quarter but sometimes it's for the season. Here North Texas Trainer Jim Cody assists Truman Casey, who has suffered a knee injury. Quarterback Mike Crock- er looks on. Graduation Means Open Range By STEVK HltOWN Sooner or luter almost every footballer on any level sustains Home type of injury, whether it In- n torn ligament, shoulder separa- tion, a fractuu or soniethint; more serious. Is the Knme itself at fault, or is it the way it is played today? A recent statement released by the American Football Coaches Association said that today's football has become more aggressive with special emphasis on hard-hitting defenses. Dr. James H. Jones, NTSU team physician, agrees this is one of the major sources of injuries on today's ...

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

PAGE 6—NEWS Singers, Symphony Unite for Concert The Ma 'ngu! Singers will join • tin will Ih* "Colas Breugon Over- the University Symphony in its- lure" from the opera "L Maitre J Nov. 13 concert t< present a choral1 de Clamecy," by Kahalevaky, and ami orchestral mru rement of I Johann Strauas's "Tales From the i Faure's "Pavane." j Vienna Woods," Directed by Dr. George Morey, | the symphony will perform a p / « fir-: concert of the year at 8:15 \rlCf\A/ ICHlltf^G p.m. in the School of Music Recital -7 Hall Dr. Robert Ottman directs ;• Eaglet Victory vane" number, the 66-piece sym-j phony will play works by Brahms. Halfback Dicky Shaw ignited i Puraell, Kabalevsky and Johann the North Texas freshmen with! Strauss. J an 82-yard touchdown run <m the! Henry Pun-ell's "Trumpet Vol-; first play from scrimmage in the untary," featuring both the trum- second half against Tulsa Thurs- j The Campus Chat Friday, November 2, 1962 pet and percussion sections of the orchestra, will open th...

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