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

For Dutch Week Ugly Men To Invade UB The Campus Chat By MARILYN HAGINS Seven "ugly men" masquerad- ing as everything from bearded peasants to wild jungle beasts will congregate in the Union Building at a a.m. Monday. The unusual scene will mark the beginning of the Ugliest Man on Campus contest, spon- sored by Women's Forum us a feature of Dutch Week. Contest plans of each candi- date will remain secret until Injuries Keep 2 in Hospital Two of the four North Texas students who were injured in car uccidents earlier this week were still in Plow Memorial Hospital Thursday afternoon. Dean Curry of Lake Charles, La., was listed in fair condition after sustaining a head injury in a two- car collision Sunday. Janette Jones of Irving was in- jured Tuesday in a one-car acci- dent and was in good condition. Her twin sister Annette, hurt, in the same wreck, was released Wednesday. Glay Hairston of Galveston, who was injured in the crash involving Curry, was also released Wednes- day. In the ca...

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 March 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Happy Medium Now The Campus Chat Friday, March 8, 1963 Pay Hikes Could Cut Campus Job Offers North Texas provides part-time jobs for 1.100 students. This means financial assistance for over 10 jht cent of the student body, yet complaints are voiced verbally and ill letters to the editor regarding "sub- standard wages." The university receives an allotment each year for student help from the State of Texas. These funds are used for .salaries that help make N'TSl a smooth running operation. The variance in job skills ranges from positions of responsibility to requirements with no experience. All of these jobs are temporary and are assigned on a part-time basis. Most .jobs meeting these require- ments should not be required to pay lucrative wages. The federal minimum wage law ap- plies to organizations and businesses dealing in interstate commerce, and it does not apply to colleges and uni- versities. There are three specific advantages USNT Ignores Short Cuts Proposa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 March 1963

Friday, March 8, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Sing Song Sparks Greek Week Plans SiiiK Souk wiH provide a vocal sendoff March 24 for this spring's CJroek Week, which campus soror- ities and fraternities) plan to fill with relays, bicycle races and tour- naments. Delta Gamma, last year's Sing Song winner, will lie trying to re- peat its prize-winning performance while the other five sororities at- tempt to capture the title. ALPHA DELTA IM A program on sorority-fraternity relationships was presented by Sandra Smith, standards chairman, at a meeting of Alpha Delta Pi Monday night. Officers of the spring pledge class are Sara Wallace, president; Sharon Atkinson, vice-president; Sotuira Sigler, secretary-treasurer; Nancy Klein, chaplain; Dianne Thomas, Junior I'anhellenic repre- sentative ; Mary lieth Won.mack, reporter-historian; Jean iiillin, ac- tivities and program chairman; and Susan Johnson, scholarship chairman. ALPHA I'Hl Alpha Phis from North Texas will be h...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, March 8, 1963 41 Exes Return for Eagle-Alumni Game .5 Varsity To Possess Edge Tonight, Exes Coach Says ABNER HAYNES . . as halfback. 1959. Golf Team Encounters Old Enemy Can the Eagle golfers defeat their old nemesis and return to the top spot in the Border Olym- pics? North Texas will answer this question Saturday as the final 18 holes are played at Casa Blanca municipal golf course in Laredo. The old enemy is the University of Houston, whose golf team lias been a constant menace to tin- Ea- gles for the last decade. The Cougars have been Na- tional Collegiate Athletic Associa- tion champs for six of the last seven years. They have not lost in the Border Olympics since 1956, but did not compete in Laredo in 1961, the last year that the Ea- gles won the event. Although Saturday's tournament is the third outing of the season for North Texas, it marks the first competition this spring for Hous- ton's linksters. Currently the Flock is unde- feated,...

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

Friday, March 8, 1963 Pro Back Takes New Role For Tonight s Grid Contest The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS By HOB LOVELACE The biff fullback will be cast in an unfamiliar role in tonight'* gam*. He'll Ih> playing against tin- Kagles instead of for them. Arthur Perkins, starting fullback for the Los Angeles Kams last season, exchanged his football uni- form for the school books and en- rolled at NTSU this spring- But tonight he will don a uniform for the exes in the first Eagle-Alumni contest. Perkins, who lettered three years for the Ragles (1959-CiU, was al- most overlooked by NTSU recruit- ers. His Dunbar (Fort Worth) high school coach heard that Conch O.lus Mitchell was in town and contacted him for a look at Perkins. Mit hell said yes and the 225-pound full- back enrolled. Becoming a starting rookie full- back in the National Football League is uncommon, but Perkins was a starter in the first confer- ence game. He recalled that only- five of 16 rookies made the team at all. BIGGE...

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

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, March 8, 1963 Cook Mixes Bubbly Breakfast Soldiers Delight-Champancakes B> CRAIG WHKHLKR ('hwniNWW pancakes? "A lot of itrui|f things hap- pened during World War II," ax plained James Hums, cook at the Kappa Sigma fraternity house During his 16 year* as mess sergeant in the Army, Bams admitted, his cooking wasn't always done according to Betty Crocker's recipes. "Often, if we lacked supplies, we would substitute ingredients that the enemy forces left be- hind." he said. Burns told how he ran out of baking powder while making pancakes one morning in Prance. That same morning, a squad of men "liberated" a French wine cellar of its contents for other than culinary purposes. "WE BROUGHT the wine to camp and someone mentioned that champagne could be sub- stituted for the baking powder because «>f its carbon dioxide content," Burns recalled. "We thought he was joking but went ahead and tried it. Sure enough, the pancakes row fine and we rose right...

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

'! 'I * The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1963 NO. 39 Some 2,000 Students To Select Relay Queen From Field of Nine The Beast. , . Charlotte Henley looks with suspicion Tuesday afternoon at the "Abominable Snowman," who is actually UMOC candidate Jon Pribble. Pribble is sponsored by Kappa Sigma and Alpha Phi. Coeds Swap Roles, Too Monsters Swarm Over UB By MARILYN HAG IN'8 The Abominable Snowman swung from a pole and and a giant bird sat in his nest in the Union Building Monday morn- ing as the Ugliest Man on Cam- pus contest got under way. Add- ed to these were hobos and a hunchback. Candidates for UMOC began their campaigns at 9 a.m. Mon- day. Each was dressed in a cos- tume suitable to the Ugliest Man. Votes of a penny each were collected by the members of the sponsoring organizations. Joe Braley, the "chirp chir«" candidate of Phi Kappa Sigma and Kappa Delta, wore a burlap sack covered with feathers. He sat in a huge nest s...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Saturday Classes, No Vacations The Campus Chat Wednesday, March 13, 1963 Dreamers Lose Place In Florida Education If Huek Finn found the classrooms of his day too confining, he would real- ly haw been put out at a Florida pub- lic school which recently cut out sum- mer vacations. This Tallahassee school also elimi- nated division b> grade*. It all adds up to the most revolu- tionary move in education in the Unit- ed States. The school is set up on an 11-month trimester plan and has longer class periods as well as Saturday and eve- ninjar classes. The pupils are promoted according to the quality of work they're doing in a particular course. A third grader might be taking fourth-grade arithme- tic or a junior high pupil might spend part of the day in high school. This experiment is being carried out in a public school which is a depart- ment of Florida State University's School of Education. The teachers are faculty members at Florida State. A number of colleges a...

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

Wednesday, March 13, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS For Honor Club Prof To Discuss Paris Life Dr. Marian DeShaio of the for- eign language department will toll the Junior Mary Arden Club about "Life in Paris" at tf:ao p.m. Thurs- day in room 104 of the Kdueation- llome Economic* IluiltlitiK- Thirty-seven initiates wore the orange and white Junior Mary Arden pledge riblsins last week. The coeds who qualified by making a 2.f> grade average mid an A in English last semester were Dinah Alliens, Susan Born, Catherine Boyd, Kkrati Burton, Betty Cole- mon, Jeanne Cleaver, Pamela De (•root, Judy Douglus, Linda Kst- ridge, Felton Diane Garner, Olivia Gray, Dianne Harris, Kathleen Hermann, Corliss Jean Hill and Barbara Howard. Also Suzanne Hurst, Mary Caro- lyn Lowe, Lila Mason, Julie Mo- berg, Betty Nelson, Diane Polk, Frances Janet Rogers, Pamela Scruggs, Sandra Jean Skinner, Fran Maples, Sharon Speir, Nan- cy Spencer, Glynda Steadham, Mary Jane Stevens, Gayle Thomas, ...

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

page ♦—sports The Campus Chat Wednesday, March 13, 19 Bowser Beats Self But 2nd at Border North Texas' Calvin B*>w**r re leaned hi> he t javelin throw of Saturday at the Border Oh topics. hut still fell second to Jerry l yt> >>f Ahilene Christian College, who hit iMO-H's Both spent throwers reset the l.ari-di. record of £27-'' '-j set in 195!' by Bu«ter ^ui-l of New Mexi- co I'niversity, and for the third straight meet Bou ser lengthened the N'TSI" record Dye* led AI < to all easy victory by setting a new division record of J4 feet in the broad jump, placing fourth in the 'iOO yard dash and running on the winning- mile re- lay team, in addition t" his javel- in effort A(V tallied 71 '• points to sec- ond-place Texas A&M's 51 s to win the Border Olympics for the second straight year NOT BliO \D KNOKill The Katrles' Hotiald I.inscomh was third in the broad jump be- hind lives and Herbert Jones of Texas with a leap of 22-8'-i. Car] HoUoway of NTSC- placet! fifth i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 March 1963

Wedneiday, March 13, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGC 5—SPORTS Eagles Edge Exes • Alumni Stumble on 1 • AW, COME ON DOUG, THAT S NOT MUSCLE!"—Exes' tackle Richard Farris, right, com- pares mid-sections with Doug Stewart prior to Friday's game between the Eagles and Alumni. The Alumni carried a big weight advantage into the game, but lost to the mobile varsity 27-22. By HOB LOVELACE The star for the exes wore a uniform without a number, and the varsity hero may never be known. The ltftlU Katfles won the name 27-22, but the Alumni unexpected- ly trained momentum as the game wore on and cMM within a foot of victory. The ex without the uniform num. eials was Dennis Shaw, ll f 7 ffrad now employed by the Dallas Ju- venile Home. He caught two touch- down passes and scored another two points on a completed extra point pass try. The unidentified varsity hero played his part with the score 27- 22 and the Alumni hopefully driv- ing for the winning touchdown. With 40 seconds to go and the ball on the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 March 1963

PAG€ 6—NEWS In Oklahoma The Campus Chat Wednesday, March 13, 1963 Trio Wins Awards At Radio-TV Clinic Three North Texan* received cer- tificates of merit from the Radio- TV Workshop Clinic at the Univer- sity of Oklahoma in Norman last weekend. Jim Weaver, Seagoville, received two certificates: one for commer- cial writing and another for a ra- dio talk on apartment dwelling in this country. Brad Bowles, Dallas, and Sam Curry, Denton, also received cer- DeMougeot Slates Medicare, Debates, Success Speeches Debate Coach William R. De- Mougeot will speak to four groups this week on subjects ranging from medicare to how to succeed as a secretary. Tonight he will speak on the place of debate in the educational world for Phi Delta Kappa's Ladies Night at 6:30 p.m. in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall. Phi Delta Kappa is a men's education frater- nity. At 10 a.m. Thursday Dr. De- Mougeot will address the Lab School junior high honors assem- bly. His subject will be "Achieving Success: Ready...

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

USNT Drops Washer Plan The Campus Chat ♦6th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1963 NO. 40 The Student Senate Tuesday night dropped the project to in- stall washeis in the dormitories following u recommendation by President J. C. Matthews. In a meeting last week, Presi- dent Matthews said that engineers had studied the dorms and found that a room or several rooms would have to be taken out before the washers eould be installed, Jeri (Joss, chairman of the washer com- mittee, said. Dr. Matthews felt that since North Texas dormitories are over- [ crowded, and that students are 1 still turned away in the fall be- 1 cause of the lack of space, the project is not feasible now, Miss Cioss said. The USNT Senate was investi- gating the possibilities of having the washers and dryers placed in the dormitories by private com- panies. In other senate action, Jeff ("rossland was appointed delegate to the Texas Intercollegiate Stu- dents' Association, but a questio...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Pedestrian-Auto Jams The Campus Chat Friday, March 15, 1963 Walkers Ignore Light In Blind Spring Rush Last fall a steady stream of pedt**- trian* crossing Chestnut Street against the walk-wait light in front of the L'nion Building kept automobile traf- fi< at a creeping pace. The Denton Police Department, the universityV administration and the Campus Chat undertook the job of studying the problem and discussing possible so lutions with the I'SNT. These studies found that in some 10 hours 2-1.250 students cross the block of ("hestnut and that in this same per- iod of time over 1.100 automobiles tinvr up Chestnut between Avenues A and B. These large numbers of pe- destrians and drivers make this cam- pus area the most heavily traveled in the city. Pleas were made to the pedestrian students by the Chat, police officers were stationed at the busy intersec- A Lit+le Eccentric' Club Starts Decency War With Pants for Pooches At long last it has been found—the key to so...

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

Friday, March 15, 1963 Alpha Phi Wins Scholarship Trophy The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS The North Texas chapter of Al- pha Phi has been awarded a tro- phy as the Texas Alpha I'hi chap- ter making the most improvement in scholarship over the past year. The award was made Saturday at a State Day convention at the Central Expressway Holiday Inn in Dallas, Alpha Phi chapters from Texas Tech, the University of Texas, Kast Texas State College and Mid- western University and several alumni chapters sent delegates to the convention. Betty Sue Boyd and Brenda Smith received silver charms for the most outstanding grades made by active members. Other awards made by the Dal- las alumni chapter went to Char- lotte Sanders as the member with the most grade improvement and to Sherrill Dickeson as the fall pledge with the highest grade point average. Toby Tisdale hns been named out- standing pledge for this week. The award is made weekly and the win- ner wears a gold pledge pin for th...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, March 15, 1963 Universities May Raise Relays Records Trackmen Hope To Reset Javelin, High Jump Marks By JKKF (iKAHAM The 121 h annual North Texas Relays may erase at least two overall meet records today and Sat- urday. North Texas' Tahiti Bowser, who placed second in th« javelin at the Border Olympics at Laredo las) week with a throw of feet $ '« inches, will have a shot at the 2CJ-2'v university mark set by Denny Andrews of NTSl' in 105#. The open jave- lin record of J2.'t-F> is held by Glenn Winningham of Ft. Sam Houston. Jackie Upton of Texas Christian University and Colin Ki'hrway of Lamar Tech will have their eyes n tho i-H 7 8 high jump record set by |)ub Thornton of Texas Technological College in 1951*. Upton won the university division at l.aredo when he cleared <>■'. and Kidgvuy cleared 6-7 to win the colleirt division. Ruigway, an Australian, is the only high jump- er t< rlcar 7 feet in a Texas meet A nigh school division w...

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

Public Invited To Listen In On SJC Talks The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1963 NO. 41 iikuic iivi i- mm nwiKVim, General sessions of the four-state journalism group wil be held Friday and Saturday in the Business Administratis Cadets Plan Holiday Theme A limited number of North Texas students and faculty members will be able to join members of the Southwestern! Journalism Congress in hearing nationally known journalists j and a key government figure here this weekend rill tion Lecture Hall, where the north section will be open to the public. Bill Moyers, deputy director of the Peace Corps, will speak at a luncheon in the Baptist Student Center on Friday. Although all tickets to the luncheon have been sold, as many additional chairs as possible will be set up after the meal to allow others to hear Moyert' talk at 1 p.m. Donald M. Wilson, deputy director of the t.T, S. Information A pen- j cy, will talk at the congress banquet ...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Noted Campus Visitors The Campus Chat Wednejday, March 20, 1963 Meaty Talks Satisfy Yearn for Knowledge Although North Toxas doe not have a formal kH-ture aeries, an impressive group of speakers is brought t«> the campus eaeh year through the initia- tive ami efforts of various organiza- tions. Speakers this year have included l' S. Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark; Dr. (ieorjre Zubrzyeki. sociolo- gy professor at the Australian Na- tional University; Yves Kodrijrues, French consul-general at Houston; 1' S. Sen. Ralph Yarboroujrh; Dr. Vin- cent K. Parker, deputy director of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Stud- ies; and Dr. Theodore Hornberjjrer. English professor at the University of Pennsylvania, This week the Southwestern Jour- nalism Congress will bring such speak- ers as Hill Movers, deputy director of the Peace Corps; Carl K. Lindstrom, author of "The Fading American Newspaper"; anil William Giles, edi- Rush for Prestige Degrees Parental Prodding Causes ...

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

Wednesday, March 20, 1963 Honor Student Volunteers The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Clubs To Tutor Freshmen I'hi Kta Simula unit Alphu Lamb- da Delta, elubn which have reward- ed freshman scholarship in the past, will initiate a tutoring ser- vice Tuesduy to carry out their other purpose of fostering fresh- man scholarship. They plan to use an inforruul arrangement in roomn in the Busi- ness Administration Ituildinjr to encourage "interchange of learn- ers," as President J. C. Matthews suid lust week in upproving the project. The "tutors" will be uble to do their own studying, but will be uvailable to help the freshmen when they need it. Anyone interested in helping the clubs as a tutor is asked to meet in room D of the Union Building at 7 p.m. Thursday. KAPPA Ml' El'.HII.ON Kappa Mu Kpsilon, mathematics honoi' society, has initiated 17 new members. They are Michael Buch- hi.lz, Joe Dreiabach, David Dren- nan, Donald Kdwards, Mary Lou Hall, John Harper, Paul Lewis, James...

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

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Wednesday, March 20, 1963 Lamar Romps In Relays ' For Second Straight Year it> jKIT <;i{ \n \M l<nmar Tech snatched six first places and tied fur one mow to run away with the North Texas Kelays Saturday for the second -.trasu'hi year. I.amar tallied points in 14 .vents to stop North Texas, which was runnel up for the second con- secutive time, with points. Abilene Christian lolleire fresh- men managed to defend their ti- tle in the freshmen-junior college division as they racked up .'IS CLEARING 13 feet 6 inches, NT's David Dewberry ties for second in the pole vault. points t<> lead Howard County Jun- ior College, which hail 32. The hi^h school division saw Hillcrest and Thomas Jefferson, l>oth of hallas, battle down to the mile relay with Hillcrest coming out on top 42-41. The decision came when Hill- crest outraeed Thomas Jefferson in the mile relay with a record- 1 setting time of 3:19.1. Hillcrest reset a Thomas Jefferson mark of s...

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