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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1963

0 I CLARK FAVORS STAGGERING HIGH COURT RULINGS Hy DAVID WALVOORD U. S. Supremo Court Justice Tom C. Clark suggested her* Wednesday that if the high court's decisions were released to the press several times each week rather than on only one day there might lie lens distor- tion in reporting. Addressing a campus audi- ence of about 1,000 in the Main Auditorium, Justice Clark said "I don't blame the press it's more our fault than theirs." Speech 105 Tests Use of Laboratory The speech department is testing the validity of the old saying that a person learns by doing. A laboratory has been set up for one of the three sections of Speech 105, Fundamentals of Speech; Voice and Diction. Kach week this section spends an extra hour recording exercises in the lab. The speech faculty hopes to prove that this section learns more than the other two sections because of the lab work. If there is a signifi- cant difference in the progress of the experimental section at the end of the semester, a lab...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS More Debate Urged The Campus Chat Friday, February 8, 1963 YDs' Voice In Campus Echoes Politics At thi' beginning of a new semester, one automatically looks 'Mick at the prec?ding semester to see what he has done and what he has not done. For those who have fared well, the review ["•n't painful. Darin# the fall semester, the North Texas Young Democrats racked up an impressive amount of local and na- tional acclaim. This is good for both the campus nam ' and for the spirit which it arouses among political-mind- ed students on campus. Much of the credit for the YDs' -ueccss must go to Tony Novak, the i lull's president, who was given na- tional recognition in December. Prom Dec. 27-29 Novak attended the Young Democrat Leadership Con- ference in St. Louis, where hie was elected to serve on the 13-member National Executive Committee of the National Federation of College Young While Parents Are Away Democrats. The committee represents approximately 82,000 YDs. The YD* s...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1963

Frid, IDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1963 I I ^pen House Set Feb. 16 - Sororities Initiate Pledges Plan tor Spring Rushees The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS M Three sororities took time off c«in'm making plana for spring rush rush initial* il'.eir full pled^i's last thre®kend. Pledges of Alpha Delta to b Alpha Phi und Chi Omi'Ka were dUetiated. sti " Spring rush will begin Saturday, Sib. lfi, with an open house frt>m a ii p.m. Hids will be delivered Feb. Nor. f*' ALPHA DELTA PI k**-Fourteen Alpha Delta Pi pledges J,Vl'1 re initiated Sunday afternoon at J**1." ramp. Following the initiation "'''"banquet was held at the Commo- Ifre Motor Inn. following awards were made the banquet: Dianne Den man, *«afc pledge; Donna Gilliam and wni«int.y Filippone, best scholarship to *r biR and little sister; Kathy Cole and Shirley Athey, beat scholarship <mprovement; and Gay WinsUy, best essay on Alpha Del- ta Pi. ALPHA PHI Sherrill Dickenson was named best pledge at the Alpha Phi initia- tion ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1963

PAGE 4—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, Febru For Physics, Chemistry and Biology Two Grants Total $33,737 The North Texas physic*, chem- Schliehting of the biology deport- j two forms. They appear to have istry and biology departments ment. through their grants, will' the same characteristics such r>s have raccived grants totaling $.'13,- 737. observe the reactions of certain inorganic compounds on nitrite and The physic# department received! hacteria. Dr. Schliehting will pre from the National Science the simple plant life for the Foundation to buy instructional research with the assistance of equipment and the biology and chemistry department f 1-1,737 from the National Institute of Health to study the effects of inorganic compounds on simple living cells. Dr. I of the students John Foerster of Colum- bus. Ohio, and Robert Phelps of Houston. The molecules for the research will be prepared by Dr. Bryant and plants make which can be used by F. Council Jr., director! bis student assis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1963

Ff Jay, Fnbruary 8, 1963 a w V D A I ( Student Shoplifting Inflicts Steep Merchandise Losses The Campus Chat PAGE 5—NEWS By TOM FOSTER Merchants whose stores line the tmpuN estimate that each time the :i-ii register rings up a $1 sale, three cent# of that dollar will ha>e io l,e used to pay for the nierchan- i„,. that students steal from their -■(•res. Shoplifting by students reached a climax last week when two v„rth Texas men were fined $150 ciuh, plus court cost, for pilfer- i from a drive-in grocery mar- ,. If the items had been valued vim $5. the sentence could have i, ,t a possible two-year prison nn and a fine up to $500. If this punishment seems severe, is the effect of shoplifting on ! teuton merchants. The three cents of every $1 . i,ich the merchants are forced t share with shoplifters must be ■uided to the normal overhead ex- penses of the store. "Such costs ,t deeply into the business' prof- it," was the consensus. One store owner said that he is forced to raise the p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 February 1963

PAGE 6—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, February 8, 1963 Eagles To Battle Drake, Then Travel to Injunland North TVxa* continues its ruirired February basketball schedule Saturday night as it hosts Drake's Bulldogs in the Coeds Attend TWC Match A women's volleyball team which was elected only Tuesday will play it* first game this afternoon ii? a tournament at Texas Wesley- ii! College in Fort Worth. Preliminary contests will begin at 1:45 p.m. at the Southside Rec- reation Center in Fort Worth, and finals will be played on the TWC campus tonight. From six to eight teams will be filtered in the competition. Miss N'aii ye Hood of the women's phys- ical education faculty said this I week. Chosen for the North Texas | team were Linda Brock. Carolyn ('oily. Marilyn Haley, Klizabeth Marshall, Rrcnda Martin, Vita Murin. Kay Richmond, Mary Ridue- way, Fran Wheeler, Sally Wul- Hrecht and Carol Norton. Three other players. Linda Van Meter, Judy Strieklin and Jola Griffith, are members of a com- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1963

The Campus Chat Eagles Will Face St. Louis, Seek 4th Straight MVC Win — Page 4 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1963 NO. 31 Pair To Perform Music Written For Swing King "Concerto for Clarinet," written i 15 years ago for jazz clarinetist j Benny Goodman, will be performed , Thursday night in a student con-1 cert devoted to music written for i woodwind instruments. Friday night, Tyler senior John \ Loetterle will present six numbers in a senior organ recital. Both of the 8:15 p.m. concerts are scheduled in the Music Recital Hall. "Concerto," written by Aaron Copland, will be performed by Ken- neth Plory, junior from St. Louis, Mo„ and pianist James Rivers, sophomore from Cyril, Okla. Dr. Oscar Gibson of the music faculty, who heard Goodman play the composition in Dallas several years ago, said that the piece was written "to try to bridge the gap between the world of serious music and the world of jazz." In a program that will emphasize con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Every Litter Bit The Campus Chat Wedneiday, February 13, 1963 Bombs Aimed at Ref May Floor Top Cager Ex-Gridder Tackles Role in Macbeth' The Eagle# and Tulsa Hurricanes had to dodge paper cups and an occa- sional piec*' of toe Thursday night at Men's Gymnasium. No. the litter wasn't thrown at the players, hut in protest of several calls made by the officials. There were some bad calls: these occur in every (fame. But fans seem to forget that if a ref- eree is hit by a barrage of paper cups, these objects just bounce off. On the other hand, if one of the players hap- pens to .slip on a cup or piece of ice and sprain an ankle or tear a cartil- age. then what? As a hypothetical case, let's say that during a close game, several fans be- come angry with the referee and toss a cup on the floor. After picking up most of the debris through three- quarters of the game, the referee miss- es a small wad of paper in the north corner. John Savage comes storming down the court o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1963

Wednesday, February 13, 1963 Grads Author Drama The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIESAMUSEMENTS Husband-Wife Team By DICK BKRNE She write* beat under pressure. Her hiwbaad niitfht be driving down the road when he thinks of something, and he'll pull over to the side and scribble it down. They were married when they were college junior*, 'hey are both graduate teaching assistants in :lie iipeech and drama department, they are working on their doctor- ates in education and their names are Mary Elisabeth and Porter Crow. They wrote "The Quiet One," • he one-Hct play that the Supper Theater will present Feb. 21 -22. " 'The Quiet One' was originally a short story that I wrote awhile >mok," Crow explained. "It's about an ordinary tfuy—17 or 18 years •Id—and what happens to him when he is on his own for the first time and in the Army. It was in- spired by my personal experience a- a soldier." The Crows called the drama a 'very sensitive play" in which the young soldier makes a moral judg- me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 February 1963

page ♦—sports The Campus Chat Wednesday, February 13, 1963 Billikens Will Test High-Flying Eagles The North Texas Eagles have been doing things which, by all rights, thuy shouldn't have been doing. This i.1- undoubtedly the opinion of several Missouri Valley Confer- ence roaches who have watched the Eagles race past their last three MVO opponents to grab fburth place in the league. The flock hopes to add No. 4 to its string when it faces St. Louis at p.m. Thursday in the Men's < iynumsium. The Eagles now hold a "l-'i rec- ord in MVC play and are 9-9 for the season. They have never be- fore won three Valley games. In fact, in their five previous cam- paign*, they won only five of 55 conference games. Since joining j the league in 1957, they have re. ! mained stolidly in the cellar. The sudden switch from kitty I cat t" tiger is understandably con- ] fusing to basketball authorities. | North Texas took over fourth j place in the conference Monday ] night when Wichita defeated | Dra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1963

Proposed Bills Could Restrict Researchers/ Graduate Warns The Campus Chat New bills introduced in Congress could Ik- the first .steps toward placing American researchers un- der the same sort of restrictions that British scientists have, a re- searcher just back from England warned students here Monday. Dr. J. L. Matthews, a North Tex- as ex-student who spent last year doing bone research at Oxford Un- iversity, told the graduate biology seminar that before a resenrch project can be attempted in Eng- land h letter must In- written to the queen. The letter must give the exact procedure to be used and the precise nuinlier of research animate. The speaker, physiologist at the Baylor University School of Den- tistry in Dallas, explained that the British researcher then has to go through a long waiting period un- til the queen's reply allows him to begin. If a modification of plans becomes necessary, a new letter must be written and more time lout in waiting for a reply. BOUND BY LAW The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Friday, February 15, 1963 Class Selects Hard Road to Success RECENT FILM STARS, two Hopi Indian Icachina dolls, are being shown off by ama- teur producers Ed Sholty, left, and Wayne Houston, who recently recorded an ab- stract study of these dolls in 193 color slides. B> SII IK LEY QI INN What happens when a teacher relaxes his control of a class and allows the students to plan their own course and methods of study, even their evaluation? hi the case of three North Texas educa- tion classes, the studenls benefitted because they chose the methods of study which best met their particular needs and carried them out in an informal give-and-take class situa- tion. The teacher-student relationship also improved. And they overstepped one of the greatest pitfalls in this method, the teacher said: They didn't choose the easy way out simply because they could. Dr. Reginald T. Hinely of the education faculty chose this "democratic" or "pro- gressive" philos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1963

Jay, February 15, 1963 ledges Sign Bids Monday; >moke Lifts on Spring Rush The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS t's almost over! 'hi* final smokers will be held ight. and n variety of parties urday will conclude the spring h. A silence period, during ich it is illegal for fraternity mbers to contact any rushee, I continue through Monday, en bids will lie signed at the an of Men's Office. 'ledge acceptance will be held *m 7 till 10 p.m. Wednesday at ternity open houses, where the •die will meet and congratulate V new pledges. KAPPA SIGMA en as Playmate of the Year. The Nightcaps will play. Guests will meet at the house at 6:30 p.m. Suturday. DELTA SIGMA PHI The Sheriff's Posse will be the site for the Delta Sigs' Western Party at 8 p.m. Saturday. Buddy Bruce and his Westwinds will play. Dress will lie western or casual. Guests will meet at the house nt 7:30 p.m. KAPPA ALPHA The KAs' "Let Your Hair Down Party" will be held at Wiley's Twenty-two North Texas coeds i1{an, h Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1963

PAGE 4—NEWS Want Ad The Campus Chat Friday, Febri 68-Year-Old Grad Desires Position In Peace Corps John Burrow, a 68-year-aid World War 1 veteran and North Twxa* graduate student, wants to enter the Peace Corp*. He wants to see a deeper inter- est in the organization for it is "one of the many factors bringing western civilization to a closer un- derstanding." Burrow believes he cat) best serve the Peace Corp* in this country in areas where there is a mixing of peoples and languages. Later he wants to return t<> France to re- kindle friendships he enjoyed there as a soldier during World War I. Teacher Tests Set Saturday The National Teacher Kxatnina turns will be given at 8:30 a,ni Saturday in the Education Lecture Hall. Guidance Director Edward C Bonk suggested that students plan- ning to teach should take the tests. Many school systems require that their applicants submit scores from the examinations. Texas school systems which con- sider the tests essential are Abilene Waco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1963

Friday, February 15, 1963 ( « u ( ( k Vc, tl l Death' Challenges Talent Of Versatile Drama Student The Campus Chat page 5—news By CON NIK LITTLE Dying on a 16-foot platform is !iO snap, .says Jon Pribble, senior drama major from Austin. In fact, he adds, it was per- haps the hardest and most ter- rifying experience he has had «s an actor on the North Texas campus. Pribble underwent this test when he was cast as Clarence for a production of "Richard III" presented last spring by the University Players. The diffi- culty, explained the young ac- tor, lay in both the dying itself and in what followed. FOR THE PART demanded that the fresh corpse (Pribble) lie flung over the back of a fel- low actor ami carried down off the platform to the stage. "I don't think I have ever been so scared," admitted Prib- ble, who is afraid of heights. But the death itself presented certain problems. The murder was supposed to be committed with a knife—a real one—which bad to pass between the arm and the b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 February 1963

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, February 15, 1963 Eagles Win Thriller, • Savage Hits 35 in 64-62 Win KajrU' forward John Savajre behind the Hilltkens, who have a poured m 35 points, including the 5-3 record. winning layup in the last (Ivu se< otids of play to lead North Texas to a 4-<*2 victory over the St. l.oui* Billtkens here Thursday night lK spiti a nesu -forfeiture because of paper-throwing fans, the Ea- gles won their fourth straight Missouri Valley Conference game. The Flock now has a 4-3 con- ference record, is tied for third with Wichita, which has a 5-4 mark, and is only half a srame : onto the court until Athletic Di- meter Jess Cearley threatened the a North Texan far- Savage turned in one of the (lf his ug i feiture if the paper-throwmK con- or nis lauei as (jnu|.(, ^ clX)Wd subsided and the Rame went on. tincsi .showings of his career as he hit 14 «'f 18 field-goal attempts for an incredible "7.8 per cent, i . ... u ,u„ With about a minute left to play, He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1963

\ By KAREN WOODMAN Bnck in 1908 only the Mu- rines were doing it, and that was because president Teddy Roosevelt told them to. Today, everyone is doing it and they're doing it because they want to. Walking is the newest fad. It is also the most healthful —up to a point, several Denton doctors said Monday. They praised the revival of interest in walking as an excellent exer- cise, but criticized the 50-mile hike cntze sweeping the coun- try. "IT'S Jl'ST a passing fad," said Dr. Dickson K. Boyd. "There's nothing beneficial about a 50-mile hike for its own sake and no doctor would seriously recommend it for the average person, The idea was originally for conditioned Marino officers." News Briefs Officers To Renew Grad Class Award The Graduate Class Officers' Award to an outstanding gradu- ate student will be reestablished this year, Andy Ward, graduate class president, said Monday. The award, established by the 1900-61 graduate class officers as a part of the Honors Day Assem- bly, was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednesday, February 20, 1963 Speakers See Soviet Problems Red Education Lags; Americans Win Lead Two speaker* on campus last week cast new light on the United States* hopes to win out over the Soviet Union in educating its citizens, Lewisville School Supt. J K. DeLu.v told members of Phi Delta Kappa, ed- ucation fraternity for men. that the United States is doing a better job of educating its masses than European nations are doing. He said that in Eu- rope only the intellectuallv superior students are allowed to go to college- the rest are sent to vocational train- ing schools. DeLay. who made a three-week tour nf school systems in Scotland. Hol- land. Germany. Austria and the Soviet Union, said that university students in Russia spend about two-thirds of their class work on math and science, leaving deficiencies in other areas. "Superiority in Russian schools may exist, but I didn't see it." he said. Speaking at a meeting of Alpha Kap- While Chairm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1963

Wednesday, February 20, 1963 Sororities Deliver Bids to 42 Coeds The Campus Chat Author of Redistricting Bill PAGE 3 ACTIVITIES AMUSEMENTS For 42 coedt the days of wait- ing ami hoping were over when they received their sorority bids Tuesday, Bids were delivered to each girl in her dormitory Tuesday after- noon. New pledges signified their acceptance by appearing at the sorority ramp at fl:.'{() p.m. Tues- day. The new pledges began their Faculty, Students To Join Kiwanis In Minstrel Show Eight North Texas entertainers, the Angel Flight and three faculty members will participate in the .'{7th annual Kiwanis Minstrel nnd Variety Show Thursday and Fri- day in the Denton High School Auditorium. Showtime is 8 p.m. 'Feasor Floyd Graham of the School of Music faculty will emcee, and Dr. Sam McAlister, director of the government department, will lie floor manager. Fugene Con- ley, NTSU resident tenor, will sing "Serenade," by Schubert; the first-act aria from Puccini's "Tos- ca"; and "Dann...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 20 February 1963

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wedneiday, February 20, 1963 Drake Edges By Eagles 65-64 After Bradley Kills Win Streak JOHN SAVAGE (14) takes to the air in true eagle fashion as he attempts to block a pass in Saturday night's game with Bradley. Bradley's Rich Williams prepares to throw the ball in bounds while David Burns (30) and Mike Long, far right, w<itch from the North Texas bench. By I.KSI.IK WHITELBY Six-foot-ten Larry Prins domi tinted the backboards in the sec- ond half as he paced Drake to a slim 65-64 Missouri Valley Confer- ence victory over NTSU Tuesday night in I)es Moines, Iowa. Bradley's 75-72 win over the Ragles Saturday night ended the Flock's four-game Valley win streak. The Ragles had run up! straight victories over Wichita, Tulsa, Drake and St. Louis. The two losses enabled idle Tul- sa to move into a fourth place tie with the Ragles in the MVC. Both teams have 4-5 conference records, j Drake's win was only its second in nine outings, and it reversed a i •57-0...

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