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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1963

mcr.3FIL* BOX 806 6 -1":n DALL.%9 * t'. X The Campus Chat Campus Physicists Lower Bismuth Into Deep Freeze — Page 2 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1963 NO. 24 Finalist Forgets Notes NT Edges Baylor For Debate Title The North Texas debate squad j speaker point in the junior men's edited Baylor 105V97 points to > division; and Killingsworth and win sweepstakes honors at the j Curtis loveless, both in their first Golden Spread Forensic Tourna- year of debate, who posted a 3-2 inent in Aniarillo last weekend. j record. The NTSU teams cantered a| Pat Holers and Mrs. Johnson reached the finals in poetry read- in*. Twenty-seven schools from seven states entered the tournament. 39 win-13 lost debate record while winning its 10th consecutive sweep- stakes award of the season. Mrs. Ferol Johnson left her briefcase in Denton and. for the | which NTSU also won last year first time reached the finals. She " is the third team member this year to lea...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Answer in Its Constitution The Campus Chat Wednesday, January 9, 1963 What's ISO's Role: Social or Political? Physicists Apply 'Cool' Tests to Metal Th<> Independent Students' Organi- zation is trying* to decide whether it should expand from a political organi- zation into a social one also. At un ISO meeting recently one of tht* members gave the answer to this question. He said: "Independent stu- dents aren't really independent in ev- ery respect. It's in the political sphere that they don't have unity." It's true that ISO is not represent- ing the independent student the way it should, but shooting off into a so- cial tangent isn't the answer. Someone at the meeting said that the students didn't have anything to do after the games. Yet just because students are independent doesn't mean they're floating around with nowhere to go and nothing to do. All you have to do to have a party is phone some friends and meet at some- one's house. But yst! can't organize ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1963

Wednesday, January 9, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Faculty To Perform Music by Teachers Works of two North Texas com- posers will be featured in a com- position recital of dumber and vocal music at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in the Music Recital Hall. Samuel Adler and Merrill Kllis, With of the School of Music, are composers of the pieces which will bt presented by 14 other members of the music faculty and the A Cappella Choir. Pianists Jack Roberts and Miss Margaret Grubb will premiere "In- cantations," a work for two pianos which was written last July while Kllis served as resident composer at the Rocky Ridge Music Center in Kates Park, Colo. Opening Adler's portion of the program will be "Four Songs About Nature," sung by Miss Mar- garet Kalil, rer*'V?nt soprano. The four-part composition, which will he published early this year by the Oxford University Press, was written in 11150 and is Imsed on poems by James Stephens. John J. Haynie will l>c featured in the pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 January 1963

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, January 9, 1963 Flock To Host Cage Kings H> LEHMAN HOLDER Cincinnati's famed Bearcats, defending national champions and acdaimert by many as one of the finest collegiate basket- ball teams ever, will step into Men's Gymnasium at 8 p.m. Thursday for a conference clash with North Texas' luckless Ea* If let An overflow crowd of more than 4,500 is expected. The Bearcats have not lost since January when they were upset by Bradley 70-68 in overtime. They will come to Den- ton as winners of 2'.' straight contests and with almost the same team as last season. The only missing starter from Coach Kd Jucker's lineup is hip Paul Hague. Returning are Hon Bon- ham, tieorgf Wilson, Tony Yates, and Tom Thacker. roach Charles Johnson said Monday he may change the Ka- trles" lineup for the irame. He named Carl Miller as a likely substitute for David Ebershoff at the post in older to get more rebound strength. He added that liubha Bailey is also a possible s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1963

T t.'J Students To Register For Spring Jan. 29-31 PU A • ALL The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY II, 1963 NO. 25 With Dead Week and finul ex- aminations In-hind them, students will register Jan. 20-31 for the spring semester. Orientation for la-ginning fresh- men and transfer students is Mon- day, Jan. 2K, fallowed by regis- tration Tuesday through Thurs- day. Classes will liegin Friday, Feb. 1. Two necessary items for regis- tration—card packets and fall grade slips—will lie available in the Administration Building. Card packets may lie picked up beginning Jan. 14-20 at the east window of the Registrar's Office. From Jan. 28-.'! I, packets will be distributed on the third floor of the Administration liuilding in moms !M7 and 329. John Tompkins Jr., director of admissions, requests that all stu- dents sign up for the card packets as soon as possible. Card packet requests are available at the Reg- istrar's Office. Fall semester grades...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Villagers Pitch In The Campus Chat Friday, January II, 1963 Peace Corps Inspires Do-lt-Yourself Town If you entered the city of Zipaeon, ( olombia. you would me a new coop- erative food store. Farther down the r«>ad you would see a low-rent hous- ing project and on the other side of town a new, one-room schoolhouse. Why is this so different from other towns in this area ? One year ago these facilities were not available for the 8,500 villagers living in a small green valley 8,700 fit t high in the Andes. At present the people of Zipacon have running water and some sewage facilities and a few houses have electricity. The physical progress being made in and around this city can be traced to the work of two young members of the IVau Corps who went to Zipacon late in 1! 61. The aforementioned projects are but a tVw the young men have started in their short stay in Colombia. Freshly cut roads wind out of the village in three directions. Along one of these roads is a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1963

FRIDAY, inuary 11, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS ^rorities To Rush [ginning Feb, 16 r. will be the beginning f and liillie Sue Blake, Kountze, jush for the; six .sororities rush and social. ZKTA TAU ALPHA Texas. lit date open house will be rhilton Hall by the sorori- u 1-4 p.m. The preferen- ces will be Feb. IK, and will be delivered Feb. 19. presentation will lie held Hit. jl 51! trirls registered to go rush this spring must 1.5 grade average this se- fto be eligible. ei should wear seasonal heels, gloves, and hats to In house. After-five dresses loniinended for the prefer- parties, ALPHA Pill Alpha Phis have elected new *. They are Mary Jane Ac- tort N'eches, president; Su- eck, Dallas, pledge trainer; a Buckner, Dallas, scholar- Charlotte Henley, Brown- treasurer; Carolyn Burkett, nge, corresponding secre- Betty Sue Boyd, Vernon, Sue Kllis, Dallas, standards; iptists Plan inter Trip e Baptist Student Union will sor a midwinter retreat as exams at North Texas c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1963

page 4—news The Campus Chat Frit Friday . J.^3 Shockley Deplores Neglect Of Humanity for Machines < omniuimt Rumin is not the [ ilerpaifl. thus unaUlc to maintain only society which «v«r-enipkuiH> j the standard* of their profession, tf< hm lokfj while ttfirkfUnir the1 h* M y . How many teaeher* are humanities, says l r. Martin Shock -j able to travel abroad or attend ley in hi* article -Life and orithe (heater? questions the author. Literature." which appears in the Americans are more interested December issue of Liberal Kdu- in "t>eef on the cleat" (gridiron ration heri'esi than distinguished poets, Arffuinjr 'ha' literature is not. continues Ur. Shockley. Teachers an escape from life but that it j are at the bottom of public esteem, is life, l>r. Shockley condemns the; he says, and Knjrlish teachers rate jrrnss neirlection of the study of the lowest of all. man through the humanities. Too Ifuire amounts <>f money are iit- i.'rcat an emphasis i* placed 011 ves...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1963

FRIDAY, JANUARY II, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS To Become Top Tennis Player Pooper Watches Others Err JOHNNIE LOCKE . effective and versatile Wheat State lad. By DAVK DUNN 1(2AN West on Wolff is a pooper. He's also the top Entries tennis player in the Missouri Valley. Wolff took the title last year for the first time in North Texas' history. He'll I* after it again this year. About this pooper business. There's nothing; nasty about it. It's a style. A pooper, Wolff ex- plains, stays in the back of the court and lets the other guy make the mistakes. The other guy --the one who does all the running—is called the aggressor. See? The S-foot-2, 140-pound player confesses that he hasn't been working out as he should but he has started his weight lifting again and, after finals, plans a regular schedule in the gym and on the courts. Most of Coach Kenneth Rahnsen's hopes will ik* pinned on Wolff since Johnny Sim- mons, Wolff's roommate, may be out of the run- ning with an injured arm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 January 1963

PAGE 6—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, January II, 1963 Over 4,500 Fans Watch Cincy Swat Eagles 75-58 h> i. \ititv run.ni's t'incirmati swapped baskets with North Texan for 15 minutes Thurs- day night and then dumped n nine quick points t<> pull away to an eventual 75-58 win The 4.5i>0-seat Men's Gymnasium wouldn't hold the crowd that show- ed up, and people stood outside in the 40-deKTee weather to watch through the windows at the north end nf the irym. Before the yame even started the two scoreboard clocks stopped ticking, and only the official time- keeper knew the correct time, which was announced when the crowd became quiet. Cincy, the defending Missouri Valley Conference cochampions and national champions, left Denton ' :,«!« !iI : V"/:." sHflWBKMi'w"!!;'"" " liliM!'* Three area television sta- tions filmed the Thursday nijrht came and will .show hiuhlitrhts on their fi and 10 p.m. newscasts tonight. The stations are WFAA. (Channel S). KKM> (Channel 4) and WRAP (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1963

Women's Dormitory The Board of Regents has authorized bidding to begin on this dormitory, which will house 520 coeds. Plans Approved for UB; Bidding on Dorm Starts The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1963 NO. 28 8,215 Enrollment Sets Record As Lawmakers Talk Education Planning for two new campus buildings moved ahead this week after the Board of Regents ap- proved preliminary plans for a new Student Union Building and auth- orized architects to advertise for bids on a new women's dormitory. The dormitory, which will house 520 coeds, will be built on the south side of Maple and the east side of Avenue C on the southern edge of the campus. Final plans and specifications for the new Union Building are expected to be considered when the board meets to award the dorm- itory contract. The new dormitory and the first wing of the new Union Building are scheduled for completion by the summer of 19(54. The Union Building will be built in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Progress at Snail s Pace? The Campus Chat Friday, February I, IV63 Fril Minority Blocks Plan To Expand Campuses In too many cases, vital issues are killed in cit\ elections by a minority of apposition. Most city and university officials ajrree that this was the case Jan. 22. when only 221;; per cent of Denton's qualified voters rejected a plan which would ha\e aided North Texas and Texas Woman's University in expand- Truth. Not Riches Poet's Legacy Draws Acclaim Since the death of Robert Frost this week, new-papers and mourners throughout the country have hailed him a> the uncrowned poet laureate of the I'nited States, the dean of Ameri- can poets, an outstanding teacher, lec- turer and student of literature. But more than these Frost was an American who penned a lifetime of verses immortalizing the countrysides and puritan farmers in hi* native ru- ral New England. Frost wasn't renowned all his life. He spent his first 40 years following not only creative writi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1963

Friday, February I, 1963 T - Begins Today Frats Hook Up Party The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS c Line. Call Prospective Pledges R« in N l'uert a <la's i*unh, rush, rush as the 10 to «4>ua social fraternities make -minute preparation* for par* r and functions. Tht* rush per- L {| in which prospective pledgee introduced to fraternities, be- today and will continue until H .unlay, Feb. 17. IYi SK;MA NU 'ho Dunton Aquatic Center will the site for Sigma Nu's stag Fh party beginning at 3 p.m Sat- iny and a aemiformal dance at 0 p.m. Little Al and his Hi-Fi's 1 provide entertainment. AiJewly elected officers for Sig- vr'") ^'u 'H'lude Tommy Mason, \liU'sident and Jim Brothers, vice- chai sident. IT Musicians To Join ity Alums for Recital ship to c M limn ceiv say fror M, Gre< I rvi ^.Twenty-five members of the loUi in peta Chapter of Sigma Alpha a will combine with four mem- 1 s of the Denton Alumnae Chap- 01 of the women's music fratern- for a recital in the Music Re-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1963

PAGE 4-—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, Febru Roberts Cast As Macbeth "Macbeth." Koberts ami Ix' piwnttd 14 an the starring Hank Camilla Carr, will March lU through University Players' Shakespearean production of the year. The classic play will be streamlined to two anil a half hours in length. The fast pace i.f action will help to present Macbeth as a victim of fate com- pulsively runninir to his doom. Prof's Article Cites Needs Of Churches Modem church congregations must have intellectual stimulation when they attend religious ser- v.ces, say? l>r. Robert C. Aden in ai; article which appeared in the Jan, 15 issue of the Cumberland Presbyterian. I >r. Aden, assistant professor of education at North Texas, pointed out some of the problems of pres- ent-day congregations in his arti- cle. "A Very Pressing Problem." This is the tirst of six articles that 1 r. Aden has been invited to write' for the Presbyterian publication. He cited it survey in which a lo- cal Lutheran church found...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1963

Frid Ru Friday, February I, 1963 11 run Inst ties iod, are Kill Slit 1 be rus ur< 7:3 wil F inn pri prt A C Th lot liei tei ity cit be tin wi no Pi A! I i Ki Hi M H te A 80 "< SI S. of Traveling Musician Swaps Outdoor Life for Textbooks The Campus Chat page 5—news Itaoul Jerome went turr hunting in Newfoundland and sailfishiiiK in Puerto Itii'o while traveling with a dunce band—then gave it all up to come to college. The adventures with water sports came during a two-yeur tour of the United States, Panama and the two small islands. "In Newfoundland, I stayed in- side a lot because of the ice and snow, the North Texas senior re- call*, "but I did go turr hunting." He explained that a turr is a north- ern ifame bird hunted with a shot- gun from the deck of a boat Mademoiselle Chooses Frosh Coed for Board A North Texas coed bus been named to the college board of Mademoiselle magazine and has a chance at one of the guest editor- ships for the special college issue to come out in A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 February 1963

PAGE 6—SPORTS The Campus Chat Eagles Prep for Houston After Stunning Wichita Still licking their lips over last week's upset win over Wichita, the Katies are pre- paring to welcome the University of Hous- ton Cougars tt> the Men's (iym at 8 p.m. Saturday. They hojic the lip-licking habit will Ik* a continuing thinjr. for the Flock will take on Hanlin-Simmons University in Abilene Monday. "We hope we can pet a string of wins go- in#." Coach Charles Johnson said this week. "Thv team is l>t ginning to take shape." Johnson's crew isn't forgetting the 76- loss to the Cougars in Houston Dec. 13. In that trame Houston chopped off the Entries' opening three-panic! winning streak. With victories in their last two games, the Ragles can injual their previous perfor- . munce with a win Saturday night. They defeated the Air Force Acad- emy ;t7-36 on Jan. 12. Johnson thinks the Eagles stand a !>etter chance <«f winning on their home court, "Houston has a good team,'' j Johnson sani, "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1963

4 ' '• • * ,'.v w The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1963 Scrapping Eagles To Face Tulsa Hurricane Thursday — Page 4 Noted Actress, Court Justice Here Today Clark Will Speak On Supreme Court Associate Justice Tom C. Clark of the U. S. Supreme i,°V,rt Ul" 8Pe®^ tiie Business Administration Lecture Hall at 1 p.m. today. His topic will be "The Hole of the Su- preme Court in a Democratic System." Sigma Delta Chi. professional journalistic society, is sponsoring his appearance here. Justice Clark will be the guest of honor at an SDX luncheon at noon today in the Crys- tal Room of Marquis Hall. I)r. Sam McAlister, director of the government depart- ment, pointed out that such a public appearance by a mem- ber of the Supreme Court is a rarity. A native Dallasite, Justice Clark was appointed by Pres- ident Truman to the nation's highest tribunal in 1949 after serving as U. S. attorney general since 1946. PAVv Grads Write Supper Play,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1963

-EDITORIALS . A The Campus Chat From 32 Foreign Lands Wednesday, February 6, 1963 4 "WE'RE WORLDS APART." say Song Wong Pale, left, of Seoul, Korea, and Janice Nielsen of Monterrey, Mexico, as they point out their homelands to Texan Jimmy Keil. Pak and Miss Nielsen are only two of some 32 foreign students who call North Texas home during the school year. The university attracts students from 46 states, including distant Hawaii. De Gaulle Power Stands Inspection: Two Views Examine Market Veto • Regression Predicted Regime Strengthened President Charles <!«• Gaulle of France has played his ace and is now smugly awaiting the next move of Great Britain, the United States anil other members of the Euro- pean Common Market. Even though his decision t<> vote down Great Britain's bid for the Common Market may be unpopular in the United States and Britain, it appears he made the right decision for France. De Gaulle's personal vote against Britain's request for entry has generated mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1963

Wednesday, February 6, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS in de lis Musicians to Play On Two-River Tour Two North Texus students have won summer positions jn the American Wind Symphony Orchestra, a 50-piece organization that will spend 11 weeks this sum- mer pivinjr concerts up and down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivera. Carol Reiflin, a junior from Wax- ahachie, and George Lane, a Jun- ior from Albany, earned their posi. lions in the organization last Records- Montoya Plays Real Flamenco By RONNIE SLOAN With an absence of twailgy j?ui- tars and western songs, Carlos Montoya, one of the top guitarists in the business, demonstrates his excellence on a nine-number disc, •The Incredible Carlos Montoya," recorded during one of his con- certs. He uses his flamenco style, which translates into "gypsy style." This type of music is sup- posedly played only from the heart of the gypsy. It has recently come into prominence on the American scene, being used earlier for back- groun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 February 1963

f>AGt 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, February 6, 1963 Strong Hurricane Blows Toward Eagles "We've got to win these next two Couch Joe Swank will al#o pr« b- j tfwnec if we're going to make any ably alternate ti-10 sophomore I.yle kind of nhowin* at all in the Val- I Roily with Tebbenkamp at the j ley," Coach Charle* Johnson said post position. Kelly became eligi- ; | ble at the beginning of this se- J mester and Swank says if the big man's defense and rebounding im- prove, he will see a lot of action the rest of the season. K.UJ1.K STARTERS Johnson will start Carl Miller at center, John Savage and David Burns at forwards, and Oscar Mil- ler and Norman Colglazier at guards. In Tulsa's last outing Saturday night, the Hurricane was reduced to a mild breeze by Wichita tirt-tts. Monday night The games Johnson was refer- ring to were ones with the Tulsa Hurricanes Thursday night and with Drake Saturday night. Both games will be played in the Men's O.vmnasium starting at 8 p.m. A i...

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