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

The Campus rvr:i, *sv* ta iA* r: :o i 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1962 NO. 18 Isaac Stern, Famed Violinist, Will Play In Fine Arts Program at 8:15 Tonight MNM Student Membership Revived —Photo by BOH COLE SOGGY SHOES and wilted clothes often cause students to rush past the beauty of the mirror-surfaced, leaf-scattered pools on the campus. But they know the warning: When rains start defoli- ating the trees, it's a sure sign that winter's not far away. USNT Investigates Fine Arts Parking The USNT is investigating the possibility of allowing free park- ing at campus lots during Fine Arts programs. Curtis Loveless, chairman of a special parking committee, said at the senate meeting Tuesday night that data is being gathered on the number of persons who use the parking lots at night. From this a report will be presented to President .1. C. Matthews request- ing that all parking lots, especial- ly those near the Main Auditorium and Historic...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 November 1962

PA E 2—EDITORIALS Steps Taken To Ease Problem Traffic Hazards Climb As Temperatures Dip The Campus Chat 49ers Look Wadneiday, November 28, IY62 Back on Lost Year' While North Texans wore off cam- pus street# (luring tht holiday, the Denton Police Department and the city engineer's office were working to solve the pedestrian traffic problem on campus. City workmen marked new pedes- trian safety zones across heavily trav- eled streets. This is one of the steps that city and university officials heme will alleviate traffic jams caused by pedestrians who jaywalk and ignore crossing lights. Although winter weather may tempt pedestrians even more than before to forget "wait" lights, they should re- member that foggy windshields and slick streets put the violator in great- er danger than ever. When you walk out against the light in the path of an oncoming car, the driver may not be able to stop— even when he tries. The importance of your cooperation in observing traffic laws increases as t...

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

Wedneiday, November 28, 1962 Marquee Capitalism Plagues Movies H> HILL PERK INS Capitalism is u fine thing for capitalists — but for artists it can be only a curse. In nearly every phase of art in the United States, the producers have succumbed to the temptations of commercialism — especially the newest, the movie industry. The motion picture companies are in business only to make money — they cannot afford to gamble. They mass-produce one movie after another, following any good film with dozens of imita- tions. And worst of all the Ameri- can public signals its approval of this constant mediocrity by attend- ing en masse such movies as "The Immoral Mr. Teas" and "Tammy Tell Me True." Fortune Artist ExhibitsWork More than 50 works by Leo Lionni, considered to be one of the nation's leading graphic artists, are on display through Friday in the Main Gallery in the Art Build- ing. Also on exhibit are works done by other artists on private presses as hobbies. Lionni's exhibition is o...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, November 28, 1962 AP Names Three Eagles To AII-MVC First Squad Eagle fullback Dwain Bonn and tackle Bobby Price were named last weekend to the Mis- souri Valley All-Conference first team chosen by league couches. The Associated Press Monday named guard Richard Farris, plus Bean and Price, to its first team. Valley champ Tulsa landed five men on the coaches' squad, m Wichita placed three and Cin- cinnati had one. Bean, the leading MVC rush- er, was one of the three juniors selected. The two other third- year men were Royee Starks, Cincinnati halfback, and John Simmons, Tulsa end. Bean fin- ished the season with 647 yards in 140 carries for a 4.7 average. Price, a place-kicking special- ist. accounted for li> points this season for the Ragles. The tf- foot, 2f><t-pound pro prospect kicked 10 extra points and three field goals. His most significant field sroal was in the Wichita- Encle game from which the Flock escaped with a 9-7 victor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 November 1962

FINE ARTS DILEMMA: HOW TO PLEASE EVERYBODY? By CONNtK LITTLE and I).\VE 1>1 NNIf.AN Should Isaac Stern and Roger Williams share the same stage in a week's time — anil both he defined an "fine arts" performances? Would the audience that heard Stern like Wil- liams? Or vice versa? Question*! like these are faced each year by the Fine Aits Committee as it attempts to book a series of numbers for North Texans. Some students complain that more popular nurn- bers are needed. Other maintain that the Fine Arts Series should be just that-—u list of cultural at- tractions designed to improve students' minds. While the battle of opinions continues, the Fine Arts Committee is charting a future course that will seek better information on student opinion, that will call for expansion of its programs as the university if rows — but one that will continue to offer quality entertainment. As Dr. James L. Rogers, a member of the com- mittee, notes, "With a student body of nearly 10,000 and an audit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 November 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, November 30, 1962 DENTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS gather around their philosophy instructor, Dr. Leroy Garrett, for a last-minute rehash of the day's class discussion. This course is one of two high school philosophy classes taught in the nation. The students pic- tured are, left to right, Sharon Guyer, Kay Beth LaRue, Terry Hutchison, Phil Mills and Steve Fromholi. $4,000 in Five Years Local Children Enjoy Greek Bowl Profits Many art- quick to ridicule campus fraternal organizations when they have parties or take up a little extra space in the Union Building. Karel.v is any- thing said about the projects they un- dertake for the welfare of others. One such project, vhich has become an annual affair since its origin six years ago. is the Greek Bowl game be- tween the Kappa Alpha and Sigma Nu fraternities. The proceeds from this spirited game go to the children of the Cum- berland Presbyterian Children's Home to help defray expenses for the care ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 November 1962

Frii I< ay, November 30, 1962 lawman Club Speaker Warns Indecent Books The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Can Ruin Generation rhe publication and .sale of nographic literature, if not jked, can pervert this whole . ration," Lancaster Smith, head •the Dallas Citizens Committee to Decent Literature, told mem* ^ of the Newman Clul> Tuesday niith, a Dallas attorney, point- >ut that of more than $5 billion nt each year on obscene liters- e, $1 billion is spent at retail .ssUtnd*. Seventy-five jht cent I'is i bought by adolescents. U.S. Senate committee report- in 1955 that one-half billion dol- < of this type of printed mater- "n is sent through the mail, "hooting that some have -aid ban- dig of pornographic literature is violation of free speech, Smith Hd, "Our freedom of speech is " ib Band To Play ;i Denison Concert |The way to Denison is through J w York City. ■At least that's the way it is for North Texas Lab Bund, which •f1 been hooked for a Tuesday •ht appear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 November 1962

page 4— sports The Campus Chat Cagers Unwrap New Season North Texas and West Texas State will open the basketball sea- son at 8 p.m. Saturday with both teams trying to start winning sea- sons. The Buffaloes won only five frames last year, and the Envies, whose last winning team went 19-9 in 1953-54, had only three victories in the last campaign. The game will be the first of three consecutive home games for the Kagles, and Coach Charles Johnson would like to start a win- ning habit early. "I just feel like if we can win these first three it will make us jell into a winning outfit," John- son remarked about his fourth sea- son. "But of course, we've got to tret them one at a time, and that's how we hope to do it." Tuesday night the varsity will play the Hardin-Simnions Cow- boys, and Saturday, Dec. 8, the opponent will be Abilene Christ- ian. AfiAINKT THE MI FFS, John- son plans to start John Savage and David Burns at forwards, Nor- man Colirlasier and Oscar Miller at guards and Davi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 November 1962

Friday, November 30, 1962 To Start Against Buffs The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Burns Cracks Lineup Ity I,KM M AN llol,I IKK Not quite u yeur ago u modest freshman from Washington, Mo., stopped onto the basketball court to play his first game for North Texas, It was the start of the college career of David Burns, who became a mainstay on the best Kaglet team in NTSU history with a 17-point average. Today, u year later, as the *02-63 Baffles pre- pare for their opener against West Texas State's Buffaloes. Burns is still a mainstay—hut now on the varsity. Ragle coach Charles Johnson thinks that Burn*, an all-state performer in high school as a senior, "has shown amazing progress and improvement even .since last year. His strength and stamina have in- DAVID BURNS . starting sophomore. creased tremendously since then, and his defensive play has been getting better us he goes along." Why did Burns pick NTSU in the tirst place? "I came here because I liked the school and want- ed to play i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 30 November 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS North Texas Faculty Boasts Largest TACT Membership The Campus Chat Friday, November 30, 1962 The North TVxh* chapter of the Texas Association of College Teachers attain has the largest membership of any school in the association, it was reported at the TACT state meeting in Austin on Nov. 17. for faculty members and more fi- nancial support of faculty salaries. TACT plans to introduce into the Texu# Legislature a hill aiding sabbatical leaves for teachers. Such leaves would enable teachers to t«ke time off from their regular duties to work on research. Frank Jackson, executive sec- retary of the Teacher Retirement System, told the group at a lunch- eon meeting that he was optimis- tic of the possibility of expanding retirement benefits in the future, The organisation'* total men. [Valine Poviowor I.. -hip . f i>:< includes 2m mem-! lianas Keviewer oays tiers of the North Texas faculty, giving North Texas the largest total for the fourth straight year. Dr. Jack Scro...

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

men a. BOX 8066-41 DALLAS, TfcX The Campus Chat Diehl Leads Kappa Alpha Jo 1st Greek Bowl Victory — Page 4 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS / WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1962 NO. 20 USNT President To Form Council J For Campus Organization Heads Judges Prefer Brunettes 10-2 In Yucca Beauty Selection YUCCA BEAUTIES for 1963 pose with the giant yearbook which decorated the stage at the annual pageant Saturday night. Seated, left to right, are Lee Hight, Cindy Thompson and Kikie Dixson; standing, from loft to right, are Emily Pigman, Nancy Stephenson, Sandra Anders, Mary Walden, Sue Ellis, Pat Edwards, Sandra Primeaux, Lindalu Montgomery and Wilma Figueroa. They were se- lected from 38 contestants. Second Time This Year Debaters Grab Sweepstakes North Texas debaters returned home last weekend with their sec- ond sweepstakes award of the year — this time in the women's divi- sion at the Kastern Central State College tournament in Ada, Okla. Five teams from NTSU were among...

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

\ PAGrfc 2—EDITORIALS Poor Audience Performance Piano Skill Drowns In Wave of Clapping A circus spectator can clap in the middle of a down's performance with- out disrupting the show or interfering irreatly with the enjoyment of others. But when this fellow leaves the tent and sits down to hear a musical performance, sustained and ill-placed applause isn't appreciated. Some people obviously hadn't no- ticed the change of venue Friday night at Roger Williams' concert. After the pianist would play a few bars of his popular pieces the audience would erupt with applause, drowning out as much as he had already played. The applause came at the point where the audience recognized Wil- liams' individual treatment of the number, but he would have probably been satisfied with applause only at the end of the piece. It seems that you wouldn't clap dur- Some 178 Persons Killed Mystery Crashes Plague Space-Geared Countries The space race, with its stepped up programs for rocket construction and a...

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

Wednesday, December 5, 1962 Club Notes The Campus Chat Servicemen Form XGI Club Xtil, a proposed campus service organization composed of former servicemen, is now before the Cam- pus Clubs Committee for approval. Former servicemen interested in joining the club are requested to contact Thomas Woodllng at 882- 9342. XGI will be open to all former servicemen who have an honorable discharge and to six-month reser- vists or National Guardsmen who have been on active duty. Wood- lin>c stressea that not only young men but also retired military per- sonnel are urged to join. At pres- Race To Play MusicWritten By Colleague A piano composition written by a member of the Northern Illi- nois University music faculty will be premiered Thursday night by I)r. William C. Race in his first North Texas faculty recital. The program will begin at 8:15 in the Music Recital Hall. The pianist, who joined the School of Music this fall, will play the first performance of "Five Pre- ludes for Piano," wri...

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

page 4—sports i\ KA's Diehl Sparks 14-8 Greek Upset The Campus Chat Wednesday, December 5, 1962 Kaj pn Alpha's Rebel* upset fa- vored Sigma Nu 14-8 Monday nijjht for their first victory in the six- year history of the Greek Bowl. An estimated 1,000 spectators at Broneo Field watched KA's jarring defense and an offense centered around Charles Diehl overthrow the five-year reign of Sigma Nu. Proceed* from the game, a chari- ty affair for the Cumberland Chil- dren's Home, will be about $600, Sigma Nu spokesman Tommy Ma- son said after the game. The two teams fought to a 0-0 stalemate in the first half, but the Sigma Nus narrowly missed a touchdown as they drove to the KA 13 with 25 seconds left. A 5- yard loss coupled with a p'ny stopped for no gain ended the half. The struggle changed complexion quickly in the third quarter as Diehl returned the second-half kickoff 80 yards for the first tally. After halfback John Talley smashed over for the PAT. the KAs led 8-0. The aroused Sigma Nus...

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

NSF Grants School $99,770 for Study In Math, Science The National Science Foundation has granted $i tt,770 to North Texas for two projects, Dr. Robert C. Sherman, director of NSF grants at NTSU, announced this week. A summer institute in science and mathematics for senior high school teachers was allotted $77,500, and a research participation pro- gram for senior hi^h school teachers received $22,270 from the science foundation. Forty teachers will he selected to participate in the mathematics and science institute this summer. The teachers will attend classes designed to develop a hi^h quality of competence in their teaching. The participants may earn cred- it toward the professional educa- tion requirement to complete a master's degree program at N'TSU. Teachers selected must have bachelor's degrees from accredited schools, must be teaching mathe- matics or science in a secondary school and must have at least one year of teaching experience. Eight secondary teachers will participa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Yule Season Not Too Soon The Campus Chat Friday, December 7, 1962 Ambitious Seniors Win Prize Job Offers Early Although Christmas is approach- inf. spring graduate* should he think- ing about other things besides yule festivities — jobs, for instance. At the end of every spring semes- ter. late-starting job hunters bemoan their state of unemployment. Granted, some graduates cannot find jobs, no matter how early they begin looking But more often than not, the jobless have no one to blame but themselves. It isn't too early to start searching now. Employment opportunities flaunt themselves all over the campus if the prospective graduate chooses to see them. The Business Employment Ser- vice offers help to students in many fields. The Placement Office also as- sists many in locating positions. Col- leges and universities from through- Literature Banning Menace Book Censors Stifle Freedom of Thought Three years ago the mayor of Charleston, W. Va., launched a cru- sade a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1962

day, December 7, 1962 Marquee Presley Movie: Sad, Sad, Sad The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES AMUSEMENTS By BILL I'KltK INK he movie tailed "(Jirlu! Girls! Is!" now playing at the Fine a is actually badly misruimed. should be "Sonus? SonirsV tts?" hut's all the movie is, a loose tele for Klvis and his many, ly songs — ranging from Chi- mdent Arts /ill Present th Ten Films fules and Jim," fifth of the Ten U series, will run Tuesday mgh Thursday at tho Student Theater. The story, from a si by the lato Henri Pierre he, was made into a movie by nt-e's Francois Truffaut ("The Blows"). lies (Oskar Werner), a short Austrian, and Jim (Henri •c), a tall skinny Frenchman, friends in the Paris of 1912. pass their time they write po- , box, run after girls, sneer at ey and doodle on cafe tables. lies and Jim fall in love with smile of a sculpture of a wet- 's smiling face. Then one day meet Kathe (Jeanne Moreau), •1 who has the same smile. They in love with her. She is crazy, for kicks she dress...

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

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Friday, Decemk Fril ACC Tries To Stop Flock Abilene Christian College will send an all-junior * tart in* team into the Men's Gymnasium again*! North Texas at 8 p.m. CHARLES JOHNSON ... a word of advice. Saturday when the Eagles at- tempt to take their third straight win of the young basketball sea- son. The Wildcat*, who went to the SflAA College Division Southwest Regional for the third time in four years last season, are led by Jim Reynolds, Pat Agnew and David Wheeler, all returning for their junior seasons. Reynolds, a 6-5 forward, won Little Ail-American honorable mention last season and is a strong candidate for the first team honor this year. He scored ■JUS points, even though he missed eight games with a broken foot. Reynolds was also named to the NCAA Southwest Regional All- Star Team. '•Reynolds will-have to be stop- ped," Couch Charles Johnson said. "But Agnew will be an- other big problem." Last season the ti-G Ag- new scored 453 points to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1962

Friday, December 7, 1962 ■ BBMMBWK The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS mar Looks Like a Cincy Year Both on Paper, Courts By LARRY PHILLIPS When the Missouri Valley Conference basketball teams whipped all seven opponents on ojieninir ni*ht last weekend it was an indication that the league hasn't lost its claim to beniK the nations strongest conference. ,In the fir8t ™ «:«nH's, the only losses were St. Louis 84-59 decision to Ohio State, last year's national runner-up, and Wichita s loss in two overtimes to defending Big Kight champion Colorado ( incinnati, which lias won two NCAA championships in a row, has four starters back this year and is a heavy fav- orite to take an unprecedented third national title. Ron Bonham. Tony Yates. Tom Thaeker and George Wil- son arc the best reasons anyone can cite for the Bearcats' teams that have made them the winningest squads in the country the last five years with a record of 135 wins and 14 losses. I he Beat cats, \\ho must replace 6-f) Paul llo^ue t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 December 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, December 7, 1962 Myriad Uses for Hypnosis Cancer Victims Get Relief B> NOMA BLAX Hypnosis, a phenomenon us old as man, i now being used in the treatment at cancer patient*, l>r. Oscar L. Morphis, a Fort Worth radioloiritt, told the terhnical writ- ing class Nov, 29. Cancer patients whose sense of; taste was destroyed Uvause of a tongue operation are now able to taste again through re-oducation of the nerves while under hypnosis. Pain during radium treatment has i>een reduced to a minimum because of hypnosis. Desired body- functions and reactions are also Iwing controlled through this meth- od. And through hypnosis blood loss has been reduced to a minimum in operations for cancer of the tongue, the doctor said. Dr. Morphia said that hypnosis is a normal, natural state that everybody has experienced to some degree at one time or another. It in closely associated with day- dreaming or putting one's self in- to a state of relaxation. "Hypnosi...

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