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

HO A .71,(5 TCX Journalists Honor Top Coeds • For Scholarship, Leadership Superiority • Fifteen women representing fields ranging from English to education were honored Wednes- day night as Top Coeds on Cam- pus. Five coeds each from the sen- ior, junior and sophomore class- es received gold discs at Theta Sigma Phi's annual Matrix Ta- ble ceremony, held this year at the Commodore Motor Inn. Four English majors, three educution majors and two ma- jors each in music and foreign languages led the award-winners. .SENIOR top coeds are Mar- tha Stranahan, an education major; Carolyn Baker, business education; Lu Diane Hughes, French; Kathleen Gardner, his- tory; and Frances George, sec- ondary education. The juniors are Susan Keek, biology; Hetty Grace Shuford, English; Carol Reglin, music; Margaret Mitchell, music; and June Johnson, elementary edu- cation. Sophomore winners are Janis Smith, French; Bettie Cook, English; Konnie Boeger, Eng- lish; Jeri Goss, speech and dra- ma; and Carol ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS $10 Million Suit Follows The Campus Chat Friday, April 5, 1963 Post Article Strikes Controversial Nerve By snapping up the Wally Butts- Bear Bryant conspiracy aft«>r several other magazines — including News- week and Sports Illustrated—had turned it down, the Saturday Evening Post not only gained a $10 million li- bel suit but is credited with setting the sports world buzzing with contro- versy concerning the truth of the mat- ter and the Post's coverage. In its March 23 issue the Post assert- ed that Butts, former athletic director and coach of the University of Georgia, gave football secrets to Bryant of the University of Alabama prior to the two teams' clash Sept. ?2. Alabama won 85-0. Both figures promptly denied the charge and Butts filed a $10 million libel suit against the Post. From across the country came both damnation and commendation to the Post for its printing of the article. Blackie Sherrod. executive sports edi- tor of the Dallas Times Herald, su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1963

iday, April 5, 1963 lelp Welfare Center The Campus Chat PA®« J—ACTtVITIK-AMUSEMENTS Chi O's Collect For Easter Fund Members of Chi Omega will help collecting money foi- the Easter ind in cooperation with the Den- n Welfnre Center. The coeds will distribute curds th slots to bo filled with dimes the Denton public schools. The Chi Omegas will attend the lusic Profs 'opularize >rahms Work By STAN HOUSTON When the words "chamber mu- •" are heard, one usuully pic- res a movie scene with a group aging college professors sitting an Karly American parlor listen- g to or playing the works of •ethoven. Mozart, Haydn and -ahms. Hut throe members of the North •xas music faculty—Alan Rich- dson, Dr. Lee Gibson and Stefan irdas, resident pianist—proved tesday night that chamber music n be enjoyed by almost anyone. Devoting an entire program to e works of Johannes Brahms, e three musicians presented a freshing program of the type of usie for which Brahms is most mous. Considered one of the four...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1963

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, Apr V ersatility—By word At Texas Relays II* \HT HKNTI.KY Versatility «*|)«ciall|r in a guy named Oye* will In* the byword in Austin this weekend an con- gregation including some of the top track talent from the South- west and Midwest assembles for the .'Ifith annual Texas Belay#. "EverythiH(t's tough. There's not an easy event down there," l'oath Winton K il'"pi Noah comment- ed And the presence <>f Jerry Dyes adds strength to almost any event the Ahilene Christian operative rhoosM** to tinU*r. SKT RECORDS I.ast week in the San Angela Relays. Dyes set records while winning the javelin and broad jump. A leg on the winning 440- yard relay team and fourth place in the shot put gave him high- point honors with Jfl l-'l points. Hut North Texans were directly behind Dyes in both of his record events, and the Eagles' 440-relay team finished second to ACC. Cal- vin Bowser with javelin and Don Pox in the broad jump, the two second-placers, carry ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1963

Fr h Friday, April 5, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS in Fi to W) in I1 P £ e$ B a ui B "J "1 th 0 fo i Bi Pi hi in | th th ■ I Boxing Hits Ropes In Survival Battle By TOM BOONE Boxing's muin event has been under way for some time. Those of you who tuned in late will find the abolitionists in one comer and boxing's defenders in the other. We are in round three of what promises to be a 16-rounder. Round one ended in 1743 with the publication of boxing'# first rules, and round two ended in 1896 when padded gloves came into vogue. Round three was spurred by the March 2G deuth of Davey Moore, former featherweight champion who died of brain injuries received in a title fight with Sugar Ramos March 21. Although the damage done by boxing heavily outweighs the virtues, a satisfactory solution to the problems of boxing will not be reached for a good many years. Nevertheless the main event will continue. EXCELLENT PHYSICAL CONDITIONER Boxing, say the defenders, is an immensely competitive ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 April 1963

•I PA0P 6~ NfWS The Campus Chat Friday, April S, 1963 82 Make 3.0 Fall Honor Roll Lists 559 Five hundred ami fifty-nine North Texan* havi- he#n nttmed to tlu- 1 c,t<;2 full honor roll, the Vice I'rvnnleni' CMfiii' rvportMl this vt'««k. This i.<- 77 more than wfjprv linte.) last year. Kijfhty-ttto persons were listed on the 3.0 honoi roll and -177 on the 2.5 or above honor roll. Last year there were 61 stu- dents with a ;i.0 average for the fall term and -121 students with a U.5 average. Those oti the 3.0 honor roll are: U>\ MS-FORTE SHERRY Gloria Adams. Frances A man, Shan n Anderson. Paula Autry. ,lim Maker. Linton Bar bee. Bobhy Butties, Pritcilla Ann Beadle, Ohur- lutte Beinhauer, I.ois Bell. Mary Ann Heltoi . Bett> Sue Boyd, Cath- erim Bo.vd. Olivia Ann Briikey. I'ejftx f'allaway, Mai.iorie Cha| man, .leralynn Cox. Sherrill Hick- i -on. Mary Nell F'ortenherry. I BA\l EOWENS \rflujr I'rami ilevelanri Franks, K i!l . -ei. liiirdner. Iwlores tieeteh, II ie Ann lilause. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 April 1963

91 I Wf 5* Slezak To Discuss Showbiz as No Biz The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1963 NO. 47 "Show Business Is No Husi- failure. His only opera appear* ness" will be the topic of Wal- ance was in 1959 when he played ter Slezak in the Main Auditor- Szupun in the New York Mat- ium Wednesday night, April 17, as the international star gives an intimate glimpse into the world of the performer. Curtain time for the Fine Arts Series presentation will be at 8:16. The Vienna-born actor has been heralded for his versatility on stage and screen, his roles encompassing villainous heavies, light comedians and even opera leads. Newsweek said in 1957 that Slezak "can handle roles of outrageous villainy or genial buf- foonery with equal skill." AMONG HIS accomplishments are parts in Stcinl>eck's movie "Lifeboat" and in the plays "My Three Angels" and "Once Upon a Honeymoon." His greatest success came when he won the New York Critics Award ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 April 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS In Civic Affairs The Campus Chat Wednesday, April 10, 1963 Universities Exert Influence on Denton Asbestos Mouth Alarms Cool Roomy When a college community is near- ly half the size of the city in which it is located, the student-faculty impact is bound to be important. And Denton is such a city, with its 12,000 stu- dents, plus several hundred faculty members, from North Texas and Tex- as Woman's University. The extent of that im|>act in the area of civic affairs was clearly shown last week. In Tuesday's municipal elec- tions Dr. Stanley A. Self, associate professor of business at NTS!', was elected city councilman. And the next dav Vice-President J. J. Spurlock of N'TSl' and President John A. Guinn of TWl' left with 11 other Dentoniten to "sell" Denton to California indus- trialists. Three of the four persons running for city council seats studied at North Texas and two of them held degrees from here—Dr. Self and Tom Laney, who majored in government. The loser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 April 1963

Wednesday, April 10, 1963 Prof Goes to Gallows For Recital Selection The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS By DICK BKENE | r. William Rue* of the music faculty walked backstage in the Music Recital Hall and lit a cig- arette. It was sprinkling outside, and as he put on his raincoat he mentioned the American ski troops with which he served in World War II. He was stationed in Italy. "We wore in the mountains above Florence, and then we moved far- i Aii .. two ago who somehow alwavs !*• * iun ,h,. ,m.T. before his performance. Dr. Race played the melancholy "Ondine" and the lively "Searbo" ("a poem about a nasty, mischie- vious man") with polished ease. Also on the program were "Suite, Op. 14," by Hartok, and "1-antasia," by Schumann. Parts of these works reminded the list- ener of the conductor a century near the Alps. We skied and climb- ed in June," he said. "I didn't see a piano for four years." to sleep with soft, boring passages. Then he would finally manage , to jolt it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 April 1963

PAGE 4—-SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, April 10, 1963 Golfers Trip OSU, Eye All-America Meet • 15 of Best To Chase Houston By TOM HOONK North Texas golfers will take aim Ht the All-America Interrol- II'triaiv Invitation Tournament in Houston today following their 5-1 dual-watch victory over Oklahoma State University here Monday and their nine-stroke tournament win in Oklahoma last weekend. The 72-hole Houston tourney will pit North Texas against 15 of the top golf teams in the country, in- cluding defending national champ- ion University of Houston anil j NA1A champion Western Illinois! University. Competitors will play for six j championships: team medal, team! match, team low four-ball, team low two-ball, individual, and an overall championship based on places won in the other five cate- gories. Other teams entered in the tournament are Raylor, Eastern New Mexico, Middle Tennessee State, New Mexico, Northern Ill- inois, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma University. Rice, Southern Metho-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1963

Mathematicians Here For Annual Meeting Three hundred mathematicians from over the state are expected to attend the annual meeting of the Texas section of the Mathematical Association of America meeting at North Taxas today and Satur- day. Dr. Herbert C. Parrish, director of the mathematics department, is vice-chairman and governor of the Texas section, and will preside at most of the meetings. Major speakers for the confer- ence will be Dr. H. S. Wall, pro- fessor of mathematics at the Uni- versity of Texas; Dr. W. L. Ayres, vice-president and provost of| Southern Methodist Uni%'ersity; and Dr. Albert W. Tucker, past president of MAA. The association, composed of college faculty members and stu- dents in the field of mathematics, | has some 500 members in the state. Registration was to begin at 10 a.m. on the first floor of the! Physics - Mathematics Building. | Members of the North Texas chap- ter of Kappa Mu Kpsilon, national ; honor society in mathematics, will j help with regist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS After Official Okay The Campus Chat Friday, April 19, 1963 U-Day Plans Require Campus Club Support The North Texas administration has agreed to help support and un- derwrite a $2,500 entertainment proj- ect for the University Day celebration on May 8. And with this offer school officials have shown they have enough faith in student enthusiasm for the celebra- tion and for popular entertainment to risk a financial loss. In his nine-week report to V8NT members this week, President Hay Williamson commented that it will be a long time before students get anoth- er opportunity like this. In semesters past there have bern committees assigned, plans drawn and talks given in an effort to find a satis- factory way to invite to North Texas big-name entertainers who ask a guar- antee of a certain fee. This time an agreement has been made. The senate drew up the plans and the administration gave them the of- ficial approval. But ticket sales to the show on U-Day will write the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1963

Friday, April 19, 1963 KD Chicks Win Cheep Prizes For Bonnet-Building Contests The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Peep-peep. Tliut's the Hound of u prize. The prize was iodic baby chirks won by Kappa Delta mcmltcrs for making the most attractive Ism- net n for an Easter party Riven by the pledges. The chicks were taken to new homes before the holidays because they did not adapt to dormitory life. The Kappa Delta pledges will lie initiated Sunday and a Big- Little Sister banquet will follow | the initiation ceremonies. Sandra Hralley and Cindy llib- [ lietts attended Kappa Delta State l ay in Keaumont last week. ALPHA DELTA PI Pledgeship ended for seven Al- pha Delta I'i's when they liecame neophytes in a ceremony Tuesday night. They will be neophytes un- ' til their initiation. Those completing pledgeship were Sara Wallace, Jean Ilillin, Sharon Atkinson, Sondra Sigler, 1 Mary Beth Wommaek, Dianne I Fraternities Carry Out April Service Projects April has been a month of ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1963

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Almost at Run Golfers Take Second In Houston Tourney w To Keep Schedule By TOM BOONE Kagle golfers almost have to break into it run to keep up with their schedule. For instance. Wednesday they de- feated Texas Christian University 4-2 ir a dual match. Tuesday they whipped Texas Wesleyan 7-2 and last week they finished second in the All-America Intercollegiate Tournament in Houston. As if this weren't enough to keep them at least at a fast trot, they took on Bradley University Thurs- day and will play a return match with TWc here Monday. The shooting of the Eagles' No. M and 4 men. Don Wilson and Klgie Seamster, proved to he the decid- ing factor in Wednesday's win over TCU. WINDY COURSE Playing on the windy North Texas course, Wilson defeated TCU's John I .a w son 2-up, and Seamster defeated Ken Kellan 3 and 2. The team of Seamster and Wilson defeated Lawson and Kel- lan 3 and 2. Rives McBee and Bobby Green- wood, the No. 1 and 2 men, de- feated .lack M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1963

Friday, April 19, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS j t (j / i J I ' f t P C 8< W 8. t, hi w f ea I Si H pa "I I — Ancient Sport Finds Spot in Space Age Hy BOH LOVELACE Tae-Kwon-Do is unfamiliar to moat sports fans but it is known to karate enthusiasts as one of 32 schools of karate rapidly reaching throughout the United States. The Tae-Kwon-Do school orig- inated in Korea over 13 centur- ies tttfo and claims to be the world's oldest form of karate. The sport was originally de- signed to be used in a defensive manner. Men used their limbs and joints to give the same ef- fect as weapons are used today. For example, n fast blow to the neck with the edge of a hand would be similar to a sword slash. In karate's infancy, monks were the only group allowed to take advantage of this method of self-defense. "TELEVISION has been a Itoon to the growth of karate in the United States," remarked Mike Steen, a student and kn- rate instructor from Dallas. "Dallas presently has three schools in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 April 1963

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, April 19, 1963 Schlichting Awarded $600 To Study Yellowstone Algae Dr. Harold 8. Schlichting was awarded MOO last week by Sig- ma Xi and the Scientific Re- search Society of America to aid in the study of algae grow- ing in the hot water pools in Yellowstone National Park. Assisted by graduate student James E. Mann of Pallas. Dr. Schlichting will study algae col- lections from the thermal pools to determine their ages Mann will Mpend the summer studying in the park, and Pr, Schlichtinp will stay a week there to direct the student's studies. "Till-: \<;KS of some of the pools are known." Dr. Schlicht- ing explained, "for instance, the pools which were formed by the recent earthquake at Yellow-atone Park." The researchers will measure the thickness of the mats of altrae in the pools whose ages are known and compare the results with the algae taken from the pools of which the Agency Rehabilitates Handicapped for Jobs Sixty-five North Texas student...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 April 1963

The Campus Chat Golfers To Head North In Try for 8th Straight — Page 4 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. 1963 NO. 49 Traviata Cast Puts Trimmings On Rehearsals Using a bare stage furnished j only with chairs instead of the j brilliant banquet scene which will ultimately confront the audience, the cast of "La Traviata" sang its way into the last full week of rehearsals Monday. Under the direction of Eugene Conley, resident tenor, the Opera Workshop will present the Verdi opera at 8:15 p.m. May 1 and 3 in the Main Auditorium. "Traviata" is set in 19th cen- j tury Paris and concerns a frivolous; beauty, Violetta Valery, sung by | Tempe Shumaker, who falls in love with young Alfredo Germont, j sung by Don Edwards. The lovers I go to the country together, but j Alfredo's father, sung by Harry j Wayne of the music faculty, con- j vinces Violetta she has destroyed his son. Violetta -uv:rifiees herself and returns to Paris, where she takes up her old...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 April 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS May 2 Assembly The Campus Chal Wednesday, April 24, 1963 Honors Day Merits Solid NT Attendance N'ext week North Texas will pay tribute to students outstanding in par- ticular fields and in the overall uni- versity life at the annual Honors Day assembly. Classes will be dismissed from 9 to 10 a.m. May 2 so that all students and teachers may attend this ceremony. And both should do so. Because of the variety of areas in which awards will be presented, it is likely that every person on campus will know personally at least one of the jx'ople honored. The person who receives an award will be twice as elated if his friends and teachers are on hand to see him get it. Besides, the person who wins an award is really the symbol for a whole group of students who have been suc- cessful in attaining the goals of schol- arship and achievement. There is rarely one person who im- mediately stands out in the minds of Aim of Teaching Career Month Higher Educational Goals To Draw Fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 April 1963

Wednesday, April 24, 1963 On Law in Business The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Lawyer Will Lecture R. L. Ditlard, legal consultant for the Southland I.ifc Insurance Co. ami the president of the Dal- las School Board, will diseuss the legal responsibilities of the modern businessman at 7:30 tonight in the Business Administration Lecture Hall. His appearance is sponsored by the local chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, national professional business fraternity. ACE Three members of the Associa- tion for Childhood Education are attending the association's inter- national study conference this week in Miami Beach, Pla. Paula Conrey, Laura Sue Hurt and Vickie Reinle, all of Dallas, joined some 2,000 students, teach- ers, community workers and ad- ministrators at the conference. Dr. Dell C. Kjer, sponsor of the local ACK, is also attending. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Seventy-one ne - members have been accepted in Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman women's honor society. A formal initiation will be he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 April 1963

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, April 24, 1963 Golfers Seek 8th Straight After 2 Shutout Victories H> HOB UMTBLACI North Texas' golfers will I* pushing an impressive 9-2 record when they go on the road this weekend to try to seize their eighth straight victory. Couth Herb Ferrill will utilize the experience of his four seniors as NTSU faces Oklahoma State Johnson s Got 5 Prospects Coach Charles Johnson has found some good prospects in his search for future North Texas bas- ketball talent, but so far the ath- letic department has received no letters >f intent Johnson said Willie Carter of Fairfield, Tex., and Ken I'ember- ton of St Louis recently visited the North Texas campus and showed interest in the school. Carter, a fi-ti, 220-pound center, led his team to the 2A semifinals before losing to Midland. fVml>erton, 5-11 guard, received 411-I.eague honors in St. I<ouis, and honorable mention on the All-St. Louis county team. Pemberton's team lost in the first rou...

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