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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1962

•V \ I"IC* FILM The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1962 NO. 14 Connally Wins Governor's Race Despite Strong GOP Balloting Fighting thi' largest turnout of Republican vot- ers in Texas history, Democrat John Connally de- feated his conservative opponent Jack Cox in the governor's race Tuesday. At midnight, ('ox hud refused to concede defeat, even though Connally led by some 100,000 votes. Texas Election Bureau Chief Hob Johnson said that over H* million voters went to the polls Tues- day, setting an all-time record for an off-year elec- tion. Democrat Joe Pool, Dallas, won narrowly aguinst GOP candidate Des Barry for the congressman-at- large seat in the U. S. House of Representatives. Denton County voters and others in the 18th Congressional District chose Wichita Falls Demo- crat Graham Pureell. He beat out Republican Joe Meissner, also of Wichita Kails, I'hoto by notl COLE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE clicks off Democrat John ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednesday, November 7, 1962 t DANCING AN OLD SOFT SHOE—with moccasins, that is—Lynn New practices an Indian ceremonial dance he learned last summer on an Idaho reservation. He spent three days on the reservation learning about Indian culture. Greeks Support Campus Fraternities Survive Eastern School Scorn Williams College, a 169-year-old Massachusetts school, last week joined several other Eastern prestige schools that are de-emphasizing fraternities in an attempt to bring about a more ser- ious academic attitude. To accomplish this, Williams will as- sume the responsibility next Septem- ber of feeding and housing all of its students, 60 per cent of whom belong to Greek organizations that have been providing these services. This reduction of Greek emphasis "will reduce the fraternities to little more than social shells," Newsweek re- ported. "This is exactly what a college committee had in mind last spring when it reported that fraternities have com...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1962

Wednesday, November 7, 1962 Coed Runs, Rents Denton Dwellings The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS By SHARON MALNASSY Anybody have apartment prob- lems? Talk to Charlotte Taylor, a 19-year-old sophomore from Irv- ing. She manages five apartments at 1513 Maple St. and is the landlady for an average of nine tenants, mostly male. Her parents own the apartments, und though Miss Taylor lives in a dormitory, she rents the apart- ments and uses the money from them to pay her tuition, room and board. ORIGINAL PLAN The original plan had been for Miss Taylor and her older brother, Robert, to rent the apartments to- gether. However, he started work as a mechanic and didn't have the time to help supervise the apartments. The coed's parents, who have owned the land on which the apartments are built for 20 year, decided she could rent them by herself. Miss Taylor is a secretarial science major. Next summer she plans to marry a former North Texan, Fat Simpson, who is now h pre-med student ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Flock Blocks Sock Shocks Wednesday, November 7, 1962 m Hard-hitting linemen and the finesse of Dwain Bean coupled for a eome-ffcMii-behind 9-7 win for the Eagles before 300 road trip fans at Wichita Saturday. The North Texas victory made Wichita's ground game as obsolete as a wheatshocker and moved the Katies into contention for a share of the Missouri Valley Conference crown. The Eagles will encounter once- Iveaten West Texas State this weekend in the last home game of the season. "Pistol" Pete Pedro, one of the nation's leading rushers, will head a road trip delegation and the Buffaloes. BEAN SHOT ACROSS the goal line in the third quarter for a gain of 1 and the last score of the game. He carried 21 times for 102 yards | to become the afternoon's leading rusher. "He did a fine job of carrying the ball," Coach Odus Mitchell said, "but his blocking was weak." But the line offset any weakness at the fullback slot. "There was no comparison be- tween last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 November 1962

r.v* 1 iU Hi* * i T V 8 :av a 1< £< * 4 I * 0 \Zl\ The Campus Chat Fastest Gun in the West Opens Fire on Eagles — Page 4 46th YEAR Foolish Adults Confuse Kids In Supper Play The difficulty of children Acting like adults when adults act so fool- ishly themselves is the central ide* of "Cecile," to be presented Thurs- day and Friday by the Supper Theater. The one-act comedy, directed by Hank Roberts, was written by Jean Anouilh and is set In 17th century France. Its plot concerns the conflict of old and young love. Monsieur Ov- las, portrayed by Dan Currie, tries to discourage the marriage of hi.s daughter while he busily makes advances to her governess, Ara- minthe, played by Lindalu Mont- gomery. The daughter, Cecile, is played by Gay Smith and is in love wi'h Le C'hevilier (Jon Fribble). The plot is complicated by the attempt of Orlas and Monsieur Damis (Jim Pettit) to prevent Cecile and Chev- ilier from eloping. "Cecile" will be presented in theater-in-the-round in the Union...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 November 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS During Election Lulls The Campus Chat Friday, November 9, 1962 ing ciecTton iuiis m m —^ I # Independents Suffer Voters Back Courts on Trial de Novo By DAVID \\AL\OORD government operating under the present 8. Subordinate the judicial and executive don the American system of checks and hi From ISO Inactivity Bnsmi** of the silence of the Iiuie- pendent Students' Organization last sprinp. a Chat writer inquired in an editorial if the group had died. At the group's next meeting the president announced that ISO was alive and kicking, but that it was in- active because it functioned only at election time to draw up a platform and back candidates. And true to its word, this fall ISO framed a platform and endorsed 29 As on Gridiron NT To Battle WT in Stands While North Texans are still re- miniscing about the Wichita road trip and gloating about the 9-7 win over tin- Wheat shockers, many West Texas State College students are packing up to descend on Denton. A letter rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 November 1962

iday, November 9, 1962 ack of Understanding The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Latham Tells Cause of Fear "We fear only that which we not understand," I)r. James L. at ham of the buxinetis udministra- oii faculty pointed out Wednesday ik'ht in an analysis of "The I'sy- holoiry of Prejudice and Types of nti-Sernitiam." The address was sponsored by he United Jewish Students, an idependent organisation which .as formed on the North Texas ampua in April 1902. Latham explained that it is es- ential to understand the implica- ions and prejudices connected with nti-Seniitism. "Every human re- ationship is reciprocal, and we iunt learn to jret nlonsr with other eople, as well as ourselves, if we re to survive," he said. He said that fears and hostility temminjr from religious beliefs tave grown up because of the ap- prehension toward those who hold lifferent beliefs. Trends toward anti-Semitism iave become less intent in the past 0 years, he noted, adding, "We iave hope for a bett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 November 1962

PAGE 4—sports The Campus Chat Friday, Nover Buffaloes To Roam Fouts Field A colorful West Texas football side show starring Pistol Pete Pe- dro may pack in one of the sea- son's biggest crowds at Fouts Field Saturday night. To set a season record, the non- conference North Texas-West Tex- as battle would have to top the 14.0(H) who turned out for the Homecoming game with Cincinna- ti in October. In addition to star halfback Pete Pedro, the Buffaloes boast Jerry Logan, the nation's highest scorer, and a record as the nation's third highest scoring team. The West Texas band and sev- eral hundred Buffalo fans are ex- pected to be here for the kickoff at 7:30 p.m. ' M \NY <; AMPS LIKE this one and I couldn't live through them," said Kagle Coach Odus Mitchell. "West Texas is not as big as we are, but they are faster and have a hard-hitting, aggressive defense." The Buffaloes' major weapon is Pedro, who has played sparingly in the last three West Texas games liecause of a leg injury. P...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 November 1962

H L Friday, November 9, 1962 I I I t I i I < [ I The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Buildup Precedes Team In West Texan's Letter By LARRY PHILLIPS Black or purple mimeograph smudges identify most of the mail that comes to my desk. But when something ar- rives that looks as if it's really been rolled through a type- writer carriage, then I look twice. It happened Tuesday morning—even before we made a mass assault on the Union Building coffee shop. We re- ceived this reply to the letter I had written earlier to Mike Moon, sports editor of The Prairie at West Texas State College: "We are fresh from a very satisfying win over Bowl- ing Green University of Ohio, but we are still smarting a little from the unexpected 8-3 loss at the hands of Arizona University. Our season record is 7-1 with two games re- maining on our schedule—North Texas State and Hardin- Simmons." The student sports editor said that the Buffaloes, who have averaged an all-time attendance record of 16,760 at home and have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 November 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS Friday, November 9, 1962 2 Student Scientists Search For Solutions to Insolubles The Campus Chat Pianist To Present 6 Pieces Kent Dickie and Tom Westmore- land, undergraduate chemistry ma- jors, have a hi* problem—how to dissolve a seemingly insoluble compound. For over five months Dickie and Westmoreland have been working on u National Science Foundation | reaction vessel—a tubular glass grant, investigating changes which container used in experiment*—| can take place in miction vessels low-pressured gases will give off containing gaseous hydrocarbons. The procedure goes like this: when the antenna of a "ham" radio transmitter is in the vicinity of the -News Briefs- Workshop Will Present Opera at Conference The North Texas Opera Work- shop will preview its latest work, the one-act comedy opera "Rita," Monday night at the University «f Oklahoma for the Southwest Region Conference of the National Association of Teachers of Sink- ing. A delegation of 14 students and music ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1962

Type II Vaccine Available Polio Drive Sunday Type II Sabin oral politt vac- •foe will be given between noon and 4 p.m. Sunday at the Uni- versity Hospital. The campus campaign is iiart of the Denton drive which will also be conduct- ed Sunday. The vaccine will be available to student# only. Faculty ami staff members should arrange to Pep Rally To Give Send-Off for Team A pap rally in front of the Union Building at noon Friday will give the football team u send- off to Louisville, Ky. The cheerleaders and band will lead the rally. The Eagles' bus will stop in front of the UK on its way to Love Field in Dallas, where they will board their plane for Kentucky. take the vaccine at the Denton .station nearest them. UNMARRIED STUDENTS un- der 21 years of age must have signed written permission or a telegram from their parents. Married students do not need written permission. Students whose permission letters are late can receive the vaccine at the Hospital until lioon Nov. 21, President J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednesday, November 14, 1962 Result Bad Reputations Hot Checks Backfire, Students Get Blame Venezuelan Bombings Jolt NT Coed The fact that a great number of student* either cannot or will not meet simple personal responsibilities is a disgustinp revelation. USNT Sen. John Taylor said Nov. <> that one-third of all hot checks passed in Denton County come from North Texas students. This percentage re- fers only to the checks which are tiled with the county attorney and for which a warrant must be issued for their re- demption. Checks handled by individ- ual merchants—on which restitution is made soon after the checks are given —are not even included. Because of the carelessness or dis- honesty of hot check offenders, NTSU students gain an unsavory reputation and may lose check-cashing privileges in Denton. Taylor, chairman of a senate hot check committee, called for student government action on a proposal which he estimates would eliminate two-th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1962

Wedneiday, November 14, 1962 Club Notes The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS SNEA Polishes Apples The member* of the Student National Education Association "polished" apples today and pre- sented them to the education fac- ulty members in observance of American Education Week. SNEA is also sponsoring a tea in the Social Fundamentals Hoom from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday for ull faculty mem- bers. Miss Rita Pilkey of the physical education faculty spoke to SNEA members Tuesday night on "Games for Children," and present and fu- ture teachers were recognised in Denton churches Sunday morning. YOUNG REPUBLICANS John Berke, chairman of the Texas Young Republicans Feder- ation, will explain the significance of the Republican Party's strong showing in last week's general elec- tion at a meeting of Young Re- publicans Thursday night. A lawyer in Dallas, Berke ran a successful write-in campaign for the state senate seat for Dallas County in the past Republican pri- mar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1962

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Wednesday, November 14, 1962 Eagles Break Jinx, Win Two Straight 5 9,000 Witness 20-13 Victory In Final Home Game of Season For the first time this season, North Texas put two good football weekend* together, und the result was it 20*13 upset of offensively talented West Texas State. The Eagles, in winning their second straight game before 9,000 fans, broke a seven-week jinx that went this way: win on one week- end, lose the next. This should have been the losing Saturday night, since the Eagles put down Wichita 9-7 last weekend. The game topped off the season at home for the Eagles, who will go to Kentucky Saturday to take on the University of Louisville Cardinals. Louisville blasted Kent State 29-8 to send its record to 5-8, identical to the Eagles' sen- son showing. In handling Pistol fete 1'edro, Jerry Logan and the West Texas offense machine, the Eagles scored two touchdowns late in the second quarter, saw the Buffaloes tie the game up at 13-all, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1962

City, University Investigate Problems mens! BOX C DALLA CO'JP it *. T£X Pedestrians Clog Traffic Veins By I'llII. VINSON In lens thun 10 hours, 24,250 North Texans crons one block of Chestnut Street, In the same period of time, over 4,100 automobiles drive up this stretch of Chestnut between Avenues A and II. I hose figures, says Denton City Manager Homer Bly, prove that this small section of one street car- ries the greatest concentration of automobile and pedestrian traffic in the city. At best, with both motorists and pedestrians obey- ing traffic signals, the situation means organized congestion. This fall—with many pedestrians failing to heed signals — the heavily traveled block presents ex- treme hazards to students. "It's a real problem," the city manager added. —l hoto. by nun COLE THIS IS TYPICAL of the stream of students who repeatedly ignore the "watt" signs on campus streets. "especially when so many pedestrians fail to obey traffic regulations." The administration, real...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Curfew Calamity The Campus Chat F'ld-j/, November 16, 1962 Double Parking Snarls Traffic Around Dorms Widow Plays Mother to 3-Acre 'Dorm Driving through the campus can he hazardous, that is, if you pass in front of several women's dormitories about 10:50 p.m. Possibly the most acute congestion is on Highland Street near Crumley and Kendall Halls. The nightly snarls begin when young men return their dates to the dorms. Instead of parking around the corner and walking the coeds to the door, many insist on double parking along both sides of the street, clogging the traffic flow. Then by the time the stragglers come rushing up to the dorm, parking anywhere they can stop, the street looks like a used car lot. Of course, if this were the only excuse for double It Started in 1913 parking, the situation wouldn't be so bad. Tempers begin to flare, and horns begin to blare as drivers pile up be- hind the parked autos. whose owners are inftide for the 10 or 15 minutes until c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1962

Friday, November 16, 1962 Carry Cannon Balls, Too Pledges Try Turtle-Tending The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS l«> JOAN THOMPSON mid < H \k; W Hl-'.KI.KK Have you ever tried to take a ahower while holding an eight- pouml cannon ball? Or tended a turtle named "Giv- en"? Or scouted over the town for Fidel Castro's beard or a live mouse ? If the answer's no, chances are Frat To Play SMU Group At Westlake The North Texas chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha will compete with the Beta Zeta chapter of Southern Methodist University in football for the "traveling trophy" at 2 p.m. Sunday at Westlake Park on Lake Dallas. The "traveling trophy" is bought by the two chapters and goes to the winning team. After the game the North Texas chapter will be guests at a party given by the SMU chapter. KAPPA SIGMA The North Texas chapter of Kappa Sigma will participate in the initiation of the nation's l.'tSth Kappa Sigma chapter Saturday and Sunday at Rastern New Mexi- co State University at Por...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1962

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Beefy Scrap Looms In Eagle-Card Tilt North Texas' Kajjles won't l>e xeeinjr a miraife when they play Louisville Saturday *** the 282- pound Cardinal line they face will 1# the real thinjf. And it will be the first time the Eagles have met a line of equal size this year. Kickoff at Louisville's Fair- grounds Stadium will lie at 8 p.m., and the biggest obstacle in N'TSU's drive for a third straight victory will be 317-pound tackle Ken Kor- tu. "For a big boy, he has lots of action," Coach Odus Mitchell said. I "We played against him last year when he was a sophomore, and we1 couldn't hold him, so he's going to j be trouble this time. "THKKK HAVE KEEN state , ments that he is the best tackle of the year. He is an unusual boy- he has good speed. At ti feet 4 he's one of the finest pro prospects in the nation." Louisville runs a tight line, splits the ends and "runs very i strong off tackle," Mitchell said. But the Cardinals have also been j passing for s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1962

Friday, November 16, 1962 Tulsa Leads MVC Stats Despite Loss Tulsa continued to dominate Missouri Valley Conference foot- ball in statistics despite its 85-31 tons to u former Valley member, the University of Houston, last week. Rushing is the only depart- ment in which the Hurricane trails. North Texas is first with 1,516 rushing yards followed by Tulsa's 1,444. John Simmons, the nation's leading pass receiver, grabbed 12 of 28 passes thrown by Tulsa quarterback i in the Houston game. This feat moved Simmons ahead of Oregon State's Vera Burke in the national pass re- ceiving race. Simmons has 58 catches for 7i">0 yards and eight touchdowns. Burke has 50 for 8<I5 yards. I)wain Bean, NTSU fullback, is the rushing leader with 510 yards on 118 carries for a 4.4 yard average. Koyce Starks of Cincinnati is second with 308 yards in 04 carries. Bobby Smith, another Eagle, is third with 305 yards on 81 jaunts. Simmons hus scored 48 points to lead by 10 over Starks, Bean is third with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 November 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS -News Briefs cm The Campus Chat Friday, November 16, 1962 KRLD-TV Newsman To Speak On Recent Mississippi Crisis Bill Duke of the KRLD-TV news department will tell North Texans Monday about the prob- lems he encountered covering the University of Mississippi integra- tion this fall. Duke's talk, sponsored by the ] Press Club, will begin at 7 p.m. in j room 201 of the Journalism Build- ing. He will show films of the Mis- sissippi rioting. Fifteen scholarships provided by the Press Club of Dallas will be! given at this meeting. Ad Man To Discuss Retailer Benefits Fred Farr, director of advertis- ing at Southwestern Drug Co., will tell the Marketing Club Tues- day how his company has become a success through the benefits of- fered to its retailers. He will speak 8t 7 p.r in room 178 of the Business Administra- tion Building. Southwestern Drug Co. has as- sisted in the establishment of over 1.200 independent retail drugstores and helped with everything from drawing floor plan...

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