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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1963

Williamson Urges Presidents To Liven Up University Day USN1 President Kay William-i presidents of campus organizations I At Baylor many of the campus son Wednesday challenged the attending the minting. organization* have booths set up, first meeting of the President.-' Williamson said that he would he said. They also have a rope pull Council to cume up with a plan to like to see the d.iy expanded to and a dunking booth using promi-! put life in the May 8 1 niversity include the carnival type of pro- nent students and some professors, Day. gram which is cart lad out at Hay-! Williamson said. "At the present time, only a !> lor University's May Day celebra- a.m. assembly is planned for Uni Hon. The administration has shown NAME DISCUSSED versitj Day, Williamson told , interest in the proposal, he added. No definite name was decided - upon, but "University Day Picnic" The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1963 NO. 34 Business Stud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS 10 Successful Tourneys The Campus Chat Friday, February 22, 1963 Debate Record Taps Intelligent Citizens Wintiinp froths these who love u challenge with immense satisfaction. Basket ball has tossed zesty thrills to many North Texan* this season. Pride embellished most as the debate team won each of 10 successive sweepstakes before the string was ended at the last tournament. While cage success unparalleled in our university's history sparks de- served praise in conversation these days, another era merits it too. A year without defeat in mental duels and matches justifies adjectives such as fantastic to describe that winning streak. Delve further, and from beneath all the glory and happiness produced by a triumphant debate squad will spring its deeplving richness. XTSl' students have competed in- telligently in debate and controversy, elements of which this country was born. They have developed penetrating attitudes which will help man. a rea- soning animal, to solv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1963

Friday, February 22, 1963 165 Begin Frat Pledgeship Theta Chis Lead Roll Call Pledgeship liegan Wednesday for 1(55 men named as spring semester pledges by the 10 campus social fraternities. Theta ('hi heads the list with 21 pledges. Others are Kappa Sigma, 22; Lambda Chi Alpha, 20; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 20; Kappa Alpha, 18; Pi Kappa Alpha, 1H; Sigin* Nu, 14; Campus Calendar TODAY All day. FULA State Convention. Huttim** Administration lluilUing un<i hub School 2-4 p.m., Modern Dance Club, Women's Uymnaaluin 6:3o p.m.. Vetipew, H i ti*t Student Center 8ATUKDAY All Way, FOLA State Convention. Uuaineaa Ariiniriiatrmion iluilUuuc 2:30 p.m., North 'IVxiwArlinKton State Colletfe practice track meet, i out* KieUl 6-U p.m., Htl.A haiiuuet. MuniuU llail SUNDAY 6:30 p.m.. Gumma DelU, St. I'aul Luth- eran Activities lJuiltlmif MONDAY 3 p.m.. Inter fraternity Council meeting. Dean of Men'a Office 2-4 p.m., M<«krn Dance Club, Women's Gymnasium 4 p.m.. Detiate Club. Historical Building, room 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1963

PAGE 4—NEWb The Campus Chat Friday, February News Briefs What's the Noise? it s Just a Murder Tin- hull- <'f the Historical Build in ring nitfhtly with the sound <>f >w< rd iiirhtiny and murder as the I'.-iv, !M!\ Players rehearse thi-'u March product inn "Macbeth." Starring Hank Roberts an ) Cam- la Carr. I in* nupematur i tragedy • >f !iniliitii>n is tieiiiK updated t<> -hi . extent by the continues and i-U'VHteil et- de-itrn«*d e#p viall> for th<' show The lemrth of the i ! i> i- also atrcumlined. hir- inu 1.,-en cut to about two and a half hours. Dines* and <>tner commitments mi the part of the actor# have lined several ens' chanire-. The )i h assignment* include: Ban<|Uo Firms To Interview Senior Job-Seekers Representatives of eight com- i at it - will interview North Texas eniur- nest week at the Business Knsployment Service. Appointments for these interviews should he made !■> I p.m. the day preceding the interview. I f h SI' V ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1963

Friday, February 22, 1963 The Campus Chat fAGE 5—SPORTS Fiber Glass Revolutionizes Vaulting Forecast: More Smashed Records Tryouts Slated For Net Team Tennis enthusiasts will have a Man-Made Rainbow Vaulting with one of the popular fiber glass poles now used by Eagle track men, David Dewberry of Dallas expects this easy- bending pole to spring him to new heights of victory in the 1963 track season. Hy LKIIMAN HOLDER Pole vaulting in simple—all you have to do is wait. That in, If you use a fiber glass pole. As Track Coach Winton E. (Pop) Noah explains it, "With a filter glass pole, timing is alto- gether important and you must wait for the hend to whip hack and throw you over." In just a little over three years, traek coaches everywhere have had to change almost their entire phi- losophy about teaching pole vault- ing. Whereas l(i feet used to be spoken of reverently, the goal now is 17 feet. Recently a Finnish ath- lete, Pentti N'ikula, effortlessly cleared 10 feet, 8 \ inches to be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 February 1963

PAGE 6- -SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, February 22, 1963 MVC Champions Show Form By Outclassing Eagles 91-61 Saturday night's upset by Wich- ita may have been u blessins in disguise for the nation's No. 1 (oileffc basketball team, the Cin- cinnati Bearcat* The Cats, who had piled up 37 straight victories before being shocked 65-64 by the Shockers, appeared loose and at ease Thurs- day night as they bombed North Texas 91-61 for their sixth straight Missouri Valley Conference crown. Th- pressure was gone," Coach I Charlie Johnson said after the gam*. "They were much improved j over their visit to Denton. "They let themselves go and just beat us good," Johnson added. "They looked like champions to- j night." The victory for Cincinnati, seek- ing an unprecedented third straight | NCAA championship, upped its ; MVC record to 9-1 and gave the 'Cats a three-game lead over the Frosh Roar Past AC, Hit 61 in Second Half Larceny from a full-court press and a 61 point second-half ramp- age irn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1963

m ||| The Campus Chat Native of Jordan Tells Of Easter in Holy Land — Page 2 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1963 NO. 35 Service Projects Good Debaters Praise Attack Greeks By JOAN THOMPSON and LEHMAN HOLDER Fraternities and sororities con tribute to campus and community life through their service projects, both sides agreed Tuesday night at the Debate of the Month. But on all other issues, the teams were divided. John Swaney, Sherman, and Pat Rogers, Atlanta contended that fraternities and sororities on the North Texas campus do more harm than good. Donna Butts, Garland, and Laura Legg, Denison, challenged their position. In the opening speech Miss Rog- ers charged that Greek organiza- tions inhibit education and distort the social life of their members. She used the test files kept by each Greek organization as an ex- ample that the individual is after the grade rather than the knowl- ■ dge. Miss lingers also used the intra- mural prog...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chat Wednatday, February 27, 1963 Campus Activities Suffer U-Day Spirit Drowns In Lake Celebrations Bethlehem Priests Reenact Easter Story North Texas will celebrate its third l'niver*ity Day May 8. But already much of the glitter of "university sta- tus." the hottest topic on campus just two years ago, has worn off. In one or two more years most of the students who experienced the ex- citement of watching the legislative football game played with House Bill 645 and who participated in the spon- taneous jubilation of the first U-Day will be gone. Perhaps the radiant spirit, the warm feeling of oneness of the student body, the flushed pride of May 10. 1961. can never be recaptured. Perhaps it can- not be transmitted to later students, who were not on the scene. But those who were there cannot help but wish it could. This wish prompted the establishment of Uni- Poor Pregame Planning varsity Day as an annual celebration. Unfortunately, much of the celebra- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1963

Wednesday, February 27, 1963 In Austin This Week The Campus Chat PAGE 3-ACTIVITIES AMUSEMENTS SNEA To Hold Convention .Member* of the Student Nation- al Education Association will at- tend the state convention of the Texas SNEA at the Commodore I'erry Hotel in Austin Thursday through Saturday. June Johnson, president of the N'TSU chapter of SNEA, will be chairman of the Resolutions Com- mittee at the state meeting, which has as its theme "Toward To- morrow's Teaching —- Accent on professionalism." Winners of the local Mr. and Miss Teacher of Tomorrow con- tests will compete on the state level at the convention. Represent- ing North Texas will be Paula Conrey of Dallas and Jack Teddlie of Houston in the elementary di- vision and Julie Ramey of Den- ton and Roy Housewrijrht of Fort Worth in the secondary division. Convention speakers include Dr. Kenneth McFarland. a nationally known speaker representing Gen- eral Motors, and Tim Ryles of Alabama, national president of SNEA The group o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 February 1963

PA&fc 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, February 27, 1963 Flock Battles Wichita's Giant Killers Final Home-Court Contest Thursday NTSU GOLF CAPTAIN Rive* McBee, left, watchet his caddy, Charles Williams, figure the results of Tuesday's individual match- es. Also awaiting the scores are Iowa State's Aaron King and Jim Turner. The Eagles defeated Iowa 4-0. B> TOM BOONE Wichita's Wheat.shocker* are reported to have a deadly bas- ketball weapon. He's railed Dave Stallworth, and he score# an average of 23.4 points per game. W hen he played Cincinnati, he scored 40 points. The North Texas Eagles, play- ing their final home game of the season, will face Stallworth and other members of Wichita's giant killers at 8 p.m. in the Men's Gymnasium. The Wheat-shockers cut off a ■iT-game Cincinnati win streak with their fi5-(!l upset over the | national leaders Feb. 16. Wichita j is now (5-5 in the Missouri Valley Conference after falling to Brad- j ley .Saturday night. Stallworth'* 4(! po...

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

I SMiSAV 31C0 The Campus Chat Greens, Whites To Clash In Annual Intrasquad Tilt — Page 6 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1963 NO. 36 UMOC Filing To End Today Today is the final day that j candidates may file for the Ug- ! liest Man on Campus contest. All petitions must be turned in to Mrs. Kathryn Iiates in the Dean of Women's Office. Laura Legg, president of Wo- men's Forum, the sponsor of the contest, reminded students that Dutch Week and the UMOC contest are traditions at North Texas. She urged candidates to comply with contest rules so that the tradition may he continued. All .-ampnigning must We confin- ed to the Howdy Room of the Union Building. Candidates cannot go into the coffee shop, the snack bar, the foyer or the post office. Costumes may not be worn into the Main Library, the Administra- tion Building or classroom build- ings. Combos or other musical groups to be used in connection with the campaign must be scheduled with Women's F...

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

page 2—editorials The Campus Chat Friday, March I, 1963 Italians Want To Work 400 Students Strike For Harder Courses With warm spring days approach- ing. it is impossible to foresee any North Texas students, or for that mat- ter any college students in America, locking themselves inside class build- ings as a protest against courses being too easy. But at the University of Milan in Italy. 400 architecture students are taking part in a sit-in strike, charging their professors with "failing to keep up with the changing times." Because of the strike, the teachers now refuse to alter the courses. The improvements the students have asked for include many features that the American educational system has had for years. The students have re- quested guest lectures by modern, suc- cessful, practicing architects: coopera- tion between students and faculty ad- visers on the curriculum; and harder courses and tougher examinations to weed out the incompetent and better prepare the graduates for...

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

Friday, March I, 1963 Zetas Rate Steaks For 2.0 Averages Who suid scholarship doesn't pay off? In the case of Zetu Tuu Al- pha sorority, it paid otF in the form of sizzling steaks Thursday night. The Zetau staged a banquet in the Community Boom of the First State Hank where the fare ranged from beans to choice steaks — the members' food depending upon their grude average. And even their dress was dependent upon the grades. Those with grade point averages from 1.0 to 1.4 (the low C level) wore formals and at beans. Those with averages from 1.5 to 1.9 (high C) dressed in cocktuil dress- es and were served hamburgers. All those who had grades above 2.0 (11 and altove) dressed as they chose and ate steaks. Officers of the Zeta pledge class are Janie Lindsey, president; Glen- da Carter, vice-president; Camilla Carter, secretary; Kay Gardner, treasurer; Cindy Spruiell, social chairman; Judy Campbell, song leader; Carolyn Buchanan, chap- lain; Andrea Martin, scrapbook chairman; and Sharon ...

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

PAGE 4—NEW* The Campus Chat Friday, March I, Paris and Rio on Weekends Hitchhiker Saves For Trips Richard Lavender is no jrreen- horn at traveling. Weekends nuiy find him flying to holiday spots like Pari* or Rio de Janeiro, and on weekdays he hitchhikes from Dallas to his classes at North Texas "By hitchhiking to class 1 can save enough money to take short vacations t« places I've always wanted to visit," ex- plained Lavender, whose wife Anita is an accountant for Uran- iff International Airways in Dal- las. "MY WIFfc and I take advan- tage of the special travel rates Hranitf offer* its employes," said the senior business management ma. or. A weekend trip to Paris during the midterm vacation cost the couple only $100. The business student said he didn't mind hitchhiking to school "because hitchhiking is really an eiiu> ation in itself you meet so many kinds of people and ride in so many different types of ve- hicles." "I've had lides in everything from Cadillacs and sports cars ...

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

riday, March I, 1963 :loating Chair Helps All Float The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Student Aids Handicapped As Camp Program Director By JANICE BELKNAI' As David MeClintoek guided a Jl 0-year-old girl into the water of 11h«* SoroptlmUt Camp swimming she looked up at him and I aid, "You know, this is the first Itime I've ever walked." Helping this K rl take her first steps hat been the moat rewarding [experience for this North Texas sophomore during his summers as j program director and unit leader |of the camp fur the tandteapped, MeClintoek said. Located nine miles south of Dnt- Iton, the camp was built from funds | raised by tho Soroptimist Club, a business' women's service organi- sation. Formerly dependent on the club's money-raising campaigns, the camp now receives a portion ,f the money collected by the Unit- i-d Fund. PROGRAM DIRECTOR As program director of the 42- acre camp, MeClintoek is responsi- ble for coordinating the programs ■ ,.f the different units and super- vising t...

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

PAGrE 6—fcPOftTV The Campus Chat Friday, March I, 1963 Shockers Shock—89-73 In NT's Final Home Game Wichita'* Wheat*hockdl com- bined tht- fust break with an ex- ceptional 03 per cent «v- ernirr to chop down the Eagles SH-7'i here Thursday night. The loss dropped the Eagles into u sixth-place tie with Tulsa in the Missouri Valley Conference. Both teams are 4-7. A capacity crowd of 4,500 fans ; the fast break. Led by Wayne saw Wichita jump to a quick 6-0 Durham and Dave Stalhvorth, the lead in the first minute of play Shockers built up a 26-10 lead nud- um! then coast into a 43-33 half- j way through the first half. time lead. 1 he Shockers were nev- , The Kagles went for five minutes er threatened. | without hitting a field goal, but Time and again Wichita picked in the final five minutes of the first off defensive through the rebounds and broke Eagle defense with * j half John Savage scored seven , points to spark an Eagle comeback. Field goals by Norman Colgla- zier and Carl Mille...

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

Shakespearean Magic Three witches, portrayed by Rita Beauchamp, John Peninger and Jim Pettit, haunt Hank Rob- erts, who plays Macbeth, in a scene from the University Players' production of the Shakespearean tragedy starting Tuesday. Panel Notes Prospects Press: Government Branch? Four panelists surveyed the press as a prospective fourth branch of government Monday night in a discussion sponsored by the Independent Students' Organization. Whereas the three branches of government provide checks on each other, the press is a check on all three, said Dr. Janies L. Rogers, director of News Ser- vice. "There is no provision for the separation of press and govern- ment in the constitution," Dr. Mary Evelyn Huey of the gov- ernment faculty said, "and their interdependence is going at an alarming rate, so that neither is truly free." Dr. Huey suggested that the press was fusing with the three branches of the government, and that this could be manifest in the managing of the nows in such issu...

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

page 2—editorials Ramp Duties Banned The Campus Chat Wednetciay, March 6, 1963 New Rules May Heal Ailing Pledge Goals Following national Greek pledge rules. North Texas sororities art- un- dergoing a pledgeship goals house cleaning. New alterations include shorter pledgeship with fewer activities, elim- ination of mundane work chores and a restriction on pledges' social visits to the Greek ramps. A more progressive sorority system is the objective of the rules' revamp- ing. The horseplay and strenuous haz- ing-type duties inflicted on pledges are a holdover from past years and show a lack of attention to the national or- ganizations' emphasis and insistence <m constructive, and only constructive, pledgeships. Actives who took advantage of the pledges by issuing "low-blow" duties prompted the new attitude of less work and more constructive activities on the NTRU campus. One of the more common ramp chores—phone duty— has been eliminated as a direct result. The shorter pledgeship pe...

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

Wednesday, March 6, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS North Texans Capture Top Honors Coed Wins SNEA Office June Johnson was elected state treasurer of the Texas Student National Education Association at the annual convention in Austin last weekend. Miss Johnson, a junior from Slaton, is president of the local SNEA chapter and was chairman of the Resolutions Com- mittee at the convention. The group captured two top honors at the meeting, including the Golden Apple Award for its increase in membership during the past year. NTSU placed first in the scraphook contest and won a second place in the poster contest. The local chapter was runner- up for the best chapter of the (10 schools represented in Texas. Paula Conrey and Jack Teddlie were finalists in the elementary division of the Mr. and Miss Teach- er of Tomorrow contest. In its first meeting since the convention, SNEA will look "To- ward Tomorrow's Teaching" at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Education Lecture Hall. Members...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, March 6, 1963 Golfers Win Recreation Eagle golfers won their third •traight Southwest Recreation Irani title Saturday a* they out- distanced 17 other college golf at Worth Hills golf i 'Urse in Port Worth. The consistent Eagles tri- umphed by an overwhelming 14 stroke*, putting team totals of i' " back-to-back for an overall 574 that left runner-up Texas A&M far behind. The Aggies -hot 588. Golf Coach Herb Ferrili said that he thought the Flock did "rea well, considering the course." He explained that "the greens weren't smooth at all and none of them had a very (food putting surface." TEAM CAPTAIN Rives Mc- Bee was edged out of a three- way tie for medalist honors in the tourney. He shot a 38-hole total of 141 to finish just one stroke off the pace of Baylor's Jim Grant ami A&M's Ralph Johnston, who both had totals of 140 Grant later won medalist out- right in a one-hole playoff. Bobby Greenwood had a 142, Klirie Seamster a 145 and H...

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