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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1962

Debaters Cart Home Sweepstakes Again Eight North Texas debaters i any of the othei 41 schools en- The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS came home with only one first place from Winfield, Kan,, last weekend — but they won another sweepstakes award anyway. '•We're the only school in the nation who can lose every thing anct still win the sweepstakes," ob- served Don Heck of the speech and drama department. The sweepstakes winner was chosen after the preliminary con- tests, and at that time the N'TSU teams had won more debates than Wreck Injures Baylor Coeds Five members of Baylor's coed basketball team were injured aliout 0:!i0 a.m. Saturday when their car went out of control five miles south of Denton. The jfirls were en route to Denton to participate in the North Texas Women's Basketball Tournament. Three of the injured girls were taken to Flow Memorial Hospital. Two were listed in good condition and one in fair condition Monday afternoon. They are; Jill Harring...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 December 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS At Ole Miss The Campus Chat Wedneiday, December 12, 1962 Isolation From Ideas Encourages Prejudice Prof Takes Historical Coffee Break Because the editor of the student newspaper at the University of Mis- sissippi didn't uphold the bloodletting that erupted there in September, the student government last week strong- ly reprimanded her. By a vote of 63-27 the student sen- ate passed a resolution charging that in her editorials written during the rioting Sidna Brower failed to "up- hold the rights of her fellow students," did not protest the "unnecessary firing of tear gas" during the rioting and didn't try to counter the "distortion" of national press coverage during the time Negro James Meredith was en- rolling in the university. It was enough that the dehumaniz- ing violence broke out and that two persons died and scores were injured. But when the elected representa- tives of the student body, after they had had time for reflection and consid- eration, censured th...

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

Wednesday, December 12, 1962 Dr. DeMougeot Tells SNEA The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Teacher Must Want To Help 1! The spirit of teaching in essen- tially tho desire to help others, lJr. William K. DeMougeot of the speech and drama faculty nuKgeut* ed Thursday night to the Student National Education Association. "I feel every human being has a moral obligation to leave the world a better place than he found it," Dr. DeMougeot said, Americans have inherited great wealth in terms of conveniences, culture and form of government, he continued, and the best way to show gratitude toward past gen- erations is to assist future ones to the best of one's ability. "A teacher litis an unusual op- portunity to give that help," Dr. DeMougeot emphasized. "If a teacher has the desire to do that," he told the group, "then Campus Calendar WBDNBSIIAV. DRC. 12 10 a.m.. Student rtviUil writ*, Miwic IU- fitai Hull 2 p.m.. Modern Pancu Club. Women's Cjrm- nanium, ruum 111 6 p.m., Angel Flight...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, December 12, 196? Eagles Risk Perfect Record, Face Highly Rated Houston North Texas* three-game win-1 in the top 20 teams after opening that they can handle the situation, ning streak will be put to the test games last week. Thursday night as the Eagles go , The Eagles equalled last season's to Houston to meet the nationally output of three wins when they ranked and undefeated Cougars. | crushed Abilene Christian College Led by All-American candidate | here Saturday night, and it Lyle Harger, a 6-7 post man, Hous- ton has been rated 15th by Sports Illustrated and 12th by Sporting News in preseason polls, The As- sociated Press ranked the Cougars Eaglets Crush Austin Team The North Texas freshmen used a fast-break offense in the second half Monday night to break up the stalling tactics of a shorter Aus- tin College B team and win 02-40. In winning the game at Sherman, the Eaglets fattened their record to three straight wins. The next game will...

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

mCROflLM POX 8066-4934 COLE DALLAS, TEX 46th YEAR m Golfer Got Inspiration While Delivering Papers — Page 5 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1962 NO. 23 Eagles Fall To U of H By 76-69 HOUSTON—Nort h Texas took an early six-point lead over the University of Hous- ton here Thursday night, but the Cougars eased into the lead at half time and went on to win 76-69. The Cougars froze the hall for the first three minutes of the sec- ond half before they attempted to do anything about their 37-35 lead. With 10 minutes remaining Houston had taken a 10-point mar- Kin, but the Eagles narrowed the trap to five points late in the game. The Eagles — now 3-1 for the season — were scheduled to fly to New Orleans this morning to prepare for Saturday night's game with Loyola University. Against Houston, junior guard Iiubba Bailey led the scoring for the Eagles with 16 points as he made four field goals and eight free throws. Center John Savage, one of three Eagles to f...

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

PAGE 7 EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, December 14, 1962 Campus Donations Help Toys, Gifts Can Fill Santa Bag for Needy When North Texas organizations jfive toys and other gifts to the Den- ton County Welfare Council this year, they will Ik' helping to make Christ- Before Final Curtain Viewers Stage Rude Walkouts Comedian Sht-iiey Berman stopped his own jierformance before several thousand University of Texas students ii> 1961 to ask ushers to lock the doors of the auditorium and keep the spec- tators seated. It was nearinjj dorm curfew time and students had panicked and Ijegun to leave before Herman completed his act. North Texas officials have made curfew provisions so that such an in- terruption should never happen on this campus. Students are expected to remain for the entire program even though it may last after 10:50 p.m. Women should sign out for possible late per- mission before the show and then re- turn to the dorm immediately after the curtain calls are completed an...

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

'iday, December 14. 1962 Did Chats Make andy Decorations The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Can you imagine u Christina* rwith made out of old Chat*? ti This is only one of the unusual . hristmas decorations classes are faking in the School of Home Kc- f-iomica. t Alma Lee Harper, Grandview, ^instructed the holiday wreath out {f a rounded coat hanger with ieees of newspaper twisted on it B)r her art in clothing class in- t'rueted hy Miss Clara Loewen- tein. Miss Harper pet off the . Iver sprayed wreath with sprigs 't holly, painted cotton buds and t homemade red candle in the t'ntcr. 0 The results of this class project ere on display in room 2.12 of the ducation-Ilome Economies Build- Harp, Carols Lend 0 'Christmastime Air \f Club Meeting With harp music and enrols as iwcorative ornament, SiKina Tau telta brought its members a pro- gram loaded with literature's .hristmas gifts Tuesday night at ic Federal Savings and Loan Community Room. c Christmas classics ranging from ti...

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

PA©f 4—4PO*TS Frosh Seek To Ride Colts to Fourth Win The Campus Chat Friday, Doc em 1 North Texas' undefeated Ea- glets, riding the CFMt of a three- game winning streak, return to Men's Gymnasium tonight for an important contest with the South- ern Methodist University Colts. Game time is 7:30 p.m. 8MU'i Colts will be looking for their first win against the Kaglets. Following a 93-87 rout at the hands of Tyler Junior College, the Colts lost a squeaker to Kilgore Junior College Thursday night. 77-75. Human commented that "Car- Photo by W It. flARVICK A TOUCH OF MODERN DANCE seemingly invades the In- dependent League basketball court Wednesday night as Jimmy Zaring of the S&S team scores in spite of Wendell Lee Scribner of the Ouads. roll (loonier, their t' -7 all-state center from Richardson, looked real good, but he seems to tire nut fast. They rely heavily on their I first live starters and fouls could hurt them here. Their reserves i look pretty weak." The Kaglets, averaging 7...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 December 1962

Friday, December 14, 1962 c n j o C( o I1 f. 8t s s* o a c« | a F ( / (i t g C ti c fc \ c tl il It II n if a b cl l> ii I « I S w E v. A le H g si The Campus Chat PAGE S -SPORTS SWC Rests Easy With Letter Agreement By LARRY PHILLIPS I The possibility of a national let- ter of intent, or certainly more joint letters of intent between con- ferences, was brought to life by the announcement last weekend thut the Southwest Conference and the Big Eight Conference have agreed to honor each other's let- ter*. The SWC-Big Eight agreement is the first of its kind in the na- tion, and the geographical area of the schools affected covers three of the Missouri Valley Confer- ence schools — Wichita, Tulsa and North Texas. Last January the National Col- legiate Athletic Association turned down the proposal for a national letter of intent. RND OF DI AL SIGNING The agreement will stop ath- letes from signing up with either a SWC or Big Eight school and then transferring to another be- fore the s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 December 1962

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, Decembpr 14, 1962 12 Hours of Math Forecast For All Elementary Degrees Elementary education majors may eventually be required to take is! hours of mathematics) to meet the demands "f stepped- up education, a teacher training panel in Wallas concluded last weekend Because elementary students art' learning the language of mathematics earlier, it is be- coming: essential for their teach- er- to have more background than a methods course. Dr. H < Parrish, director of the mathematics department, re- ported l K. I* A l< KISIl, Miss Mary Ruth t ook and Dr. James V. Cooke of the mathematics fac- ulty. and Wr A. Witt Blair, dean of the School of Education, rep- resented North Texas at the meeting of the Panel on Teach- er Training. It is no longer sufficient for students to learn the mechanics and rules of arithmetic, the pan- el noted. Pupils are ready soon- er, even in the primary grades, for informal geometry and for learning the proper names of o...

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

The Campus Chat Af 31C3 fro( • «M T P " • 13 46th YEAR NOkTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1962 NO. 24 Angel To Hover Over Pageant SANTA CLAUS, aliai C. V. Kee of -the Print Shop, passes out candy suckers to children during half time of Tuesday night's basketball game between NTSU and Oklahoma City University. Carolers To Sing At Each Dormitory A group of Christmas curators from the USNT Senate will wulk from (Jorm to dorm on their torch lit way to the "Nativity in Sonir" pageant on the Cam- put Green Thursday. All stu- dents are invited to join. They plan to he at Oak Street Hall at (1:20 p.m.; Marquis and Terrill Halls, 0:30; Bruce Hall. (!:35; McConnell Hall, (5:40; West Dormitory, 6:50; Quadran- gles and Chilton Hull, 7; Crum- ley, 7:05; and Kendall Hall 7:10. mmh Senate Proposes Check Plan That Could Expel Offenders A hot cheek program which could entail expulsion from the universi- ty for offenders was recommended Tuesday night by the USNT Sen- ...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednesday, December 19, 1962 Security or Embarrassment? Government Installs Information Blockade Although the hottest sparks in the Cuban crisis appear to have cooled down, questions continue to be raised over the validity of the Soviet Union'# withdrawal of offensive weapons. Answers from the administration appear to some to be evasive, but to others they an- sufficient. In a news conference last week, President Kennedy was asked about Russian personnel which is still re- ported to be in Cuba. The President's answer was that the administration is aware that some Soviet military personnel remain on the island, but feels that they do not constitute an offensive threat. This answer raises the question: Is the American public being told the full story Merriman Smith. White House corre- spondent for I'nited Press Internation- al. said recently that there is growing concern over a "clanvpdown" on infor- mation from the Kennedy administra- tion and from t...

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

Vednesday, December 19, 1962 St. Nick To Visit For Fashion Shows The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS A western Santa, a female St. I'ick, a dreamy coed and a coun- ty bumpkin will star in Christ- uas "fashion show*" on campus •Yiday. The shows will be given by Mrs. .tar j; a ret Campbell's ftve classes n conditioning exercises and harm, with students modeling ashions ranging from swim suits o formats. The productions, open o all students, will be given at <, it, 10 and 11 a.m. and at 1 p.m. n the Dance Studio of the Wom- an's Gymnasium. "These productions are not fash- on shows as such," Mrs. Camp •ell said, "for they are really tests <>f the girls' ability to work together and see what they have learned." And work together the girls have done. They have not only used their regular modeling day, Friday, for work on the productions, but also have often shortened their exercise Graduate To Show ClarinetVersatility The versatility and capabilities of the clarinet will...

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

PAGE 4—NEWS The Campus Chat Wednesday, Dec Nonsensical Song Will Form Part of Parish's Voice Recital Tw,. unpubli h «d works and an , School of Mu*ic. The nonsensical Marat, the compositions are "The original composition by Mother! notiir is based oii a Saturday Hi* Vendor's Sotm and I he Little uritrinal - member of the North Texas mimic view text, according to Dr. Far- faculty will be sunir by Dr. Stephen ish. Farish in a faculty voice recital Manuscripts for the two unpub- Thursday. | it,;!,,,,! works which Dr. Parish I'erforminjr at Mlf> p.m. in the will present were Riven to u.e Music Recital Hall, the baritone j North Texas faculty member by a will sin<r "In the Drugstore," com- former voice coach at the I'niver- p,iscd by Merrill Kllis of the N'TSU 1 sity "f Illinois. Written by Ronald Overflow Crowd Calls For Three Band Encores |t> STW IIOI S'l'ON ity of the other eiirht numbers on The Concert Hand performed the program. three em-ores Friday ninrht to top The audien...

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

Wednesday, December 19, 1962 Antique Cannon Spits Fruit Juice Can Ammo The Campus Chat PAGF 5—FEATURES By JOAN THOMPSON A frozen orange julco am may be lethal—when filled with concrete and fired from a 500 pound can- non. Russell Pendleton, a junior from Dallas, hit upon this unusual form of "ammunition" to use in a Civil War-type cannon which he and another student built last spring. The cannon, built to two-thirds scale from pho- tostatic copies of the original 18KU plans, actually fires. One-fourth pound of black powder is used to propel the frozen orange juice cans at targets. Construction of the weapon took 400 hours' work by Pendleton and David Jackson, a Southern Meth- odist University student. They started the project in January and finished it in May. So far its firing has been limited to three loca- tions—in the Trinity River bottoms near Dallas, at u gun club match southeast of the city and at the Thomas Jefferson-W. \V. Saniuell football game in Dallas this year. At this...

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

PAGE 6—SPORTS The Campus Chat Chiefs Raid Eagles' Nest, Carry Off 79-63 Victory Wednesday, December 19, 1962 H> KIM. HOHHS A cold Wast from the north froze th«' KHjrles' hope of halting their two-game losing streak as the • harp outside shooting of Oklaho- ma City University downed NTSU " tW Tuesday night in Men's Gym- nasium. !.<••! by the brilliant outside shoot- in^ «f Gary Hill, who scored 31 points, and Bud Koper. who ac- (ounted for 2<>. the Chiefs never trailed after breaking an 11-11 tie at 14:22 in the first half. This defeat, witnessed by some 1,500 fans, evened the Eagles' rec- ord at three wins and three losses. Friday the Eagles play San Fran- cisco State in the opening game of rh«- Eastern Montana Tournament at Hillings. Mont. Oklahoma City's margins extend- ed to as much as 20 points during the second period as Hill and Ko- per. former teammates at Rocky. Okla., combined scores for a total of .17 points. The Eagles, operating from a double-post offense mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1962

""''WW „n '- ' . " Merry Christmas And Happy New Year The Campus Chat * j 7 */ '2 v 3 ( 1 MM HMM ■ 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATF UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1962 NO. 25 >ards Flood Mailman Clothes, Curios Top Gift Lists B> SHIRLEY QL'IN'N 'TwU8 thi' week before Christmas und all across campus students •ere buying and wrapping and ;emliug and decorating and gettinit pady for parties. As area merchants indicated Wednesday, Christinas shopping at Nurth Texas i ; at least up to par. Many said that their sales implied that students are doing almost nil of their shopping for family and friends before going home. Jewelry, sweaters, sweatshirts and NTSU-labeled iti-ms seemed to Ibe the most popular on students' lists. A spokesman at Jim Stone's, men's clothing store, said a big per- j cent age of its customers have been girls. He said they often have the i aalesclerks try on clothes for them Dead Week Set For Distribution Of Fall Avestas Winners of the fall Avesta con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1962

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Even Better Year Ahead The Campus Chat Shots From an Old Six-Shooter Friday, December 21, 1962 Debaters Win Praise Pen Pierces Heart, Frees Miracle By Sacrifices, Work In every working environment there always seems to be one person or grroup of persons who capture your interest and imagination. They promise you results and then deliver. No boasting, but a simple as- surance of the outcome which becomes so consistent that you keep waiting for the complete collapse that never comes. They have funny nicknames and many you know only by name and home town and not in person. Yet you feel like they are your best friends, and considering their record, they may well be. In your weekly news gathering con- versation you ask: "How about this week?" The reply: "The competition will be tougher but we feel like we'll hold our own." The truth is they began holding their own long before now, climaxing it last year with the best won-lost rec- ord in their 54-year history and an in-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1962

Friday, December 21, 1962 Parties Herald Holidays The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Sororities Prepare for Santa Santa Clans will soon be com- ing to town, and the sororities have given parties this week to celebrate the occasion. ZETA TAU ALPHA The Zetas ami the Si r Hps went caroling Wednesday night, paying visits to President J. C. Matthews and Dean of Women Imogetie Dickey. Tuesday night the Zetas und the Theta Chis gave a party at the Denton Suite School, A program was presented, ami favors were given to the children, DELTA GAMMA Delta Gamma went caroling at 6:80 p.m. Wednesday and sang to alumnae and friends of the sorori- ty. After caroling, the DGs re- turned to the ramp and exchanged gifts with their secret pals in the sorority. Monday night the pledges sur- prised the members with a skit entitled "Gamma Drum Song." Chi- Campus Calendar FK1UAY. DEC. 21 2 p.m., iitxj*rn Dane* Club. Women'* (lyni- nttHium. room 111 SATfRDAY. DEC. It Noon. ClKiium dinnilioitil for C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1962

PA&£ 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, December 21, 1962 Flock Heads for Rockies To Play West Coasters North Texas' slumping Eagles, j lege in the first game at 6 p.m. i tourney. The Gators won over beset by a three-game losing <C8T> today. The second first-1 Western Michigan but lost to Cal- streak. will attempt to find relief in the mountains of Montana to- day and Saturday in the Eastern Montana Tournament at Billings. The Flock will pit its 8-3 record against San Francisco State Col- 5SSSJ8 round game will match Gonzaga ifornia Polytechnic, Santa Clara, University and the host school, Eastern Montana College, at 8 p.m. (CSTt. San Francisco's Golden Gators will bring a 1-5 record into the 'A Cool Yule, Frantic First' By FRED GRAHAM Sports Information Director Some sports of sorts to qualify as a guest columnist: RECRUITING REPORT. Dunn# a recent visit to Irv- ing High School, Coach Odus Mitchell asked a senior half- back, "Have vou thought about where you might go to col...

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