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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1963

Old Couple Makes Chairs Rate Tops By DICK BEHNE Supper Theater's "The Chairs" is the best play produced by the speech ami drama department in the last two years. Even last spring's terrific "Bus Stop" doesn't equal the confusing comedy, which will be presented f again tonight in the Union Build- ing Cafeteria. John Peninger of j Bridgeport is student director. The plot is absurd, but never | mind that; the play is impossible to understand fully, but that doesn't make any difference; and the entire production is unbelieva- bly abstract, but that's one of the things that makes it so good. Another thing that makes the j one-act comedy superb is the old couple. Rita Hcauchamp of Jeffer- son plays an ancient little woman who hobbles around in grandmoth- er shoes and sloppy red socks. Her hair is like a mop soaked in white oil paint. Her face is worn and wrinkled and gray. Her characteri- sation is close to perfect. NEAR PERFECTION Hank Roberts of Dallas is just j as close, if not closer,...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1963

' PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Exchange of Cultural Impressions NT Foreign Students Symbolize Diplomacy At surface value, tlu presence at North Texas of ,'tg international stu- dents. hailing from such colorful .spots as the Orient, Lebanon and Canada, seems to be a simple educational pro- cess. To the United States, however, the t> l,unit foreign scholars from 150 coun- tries now enrolled at 1.800 U. S. col- leges and universities symbolize a vital venture in educational diplomacy. This undertaking demonstrates both thi- national influence of the attrac- tive American campus life and the dra- matic lure of our country. Foreign students come to the Uni- ted States for educational, not social, reasons. Rut the impressions of a young man or woman from another country are increasingly important in foreign relations both to his faraway homeland and to America. This cul- tural and social impact of America is on the very | eople who will have a part in the future governments of other countries. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1963

riday, April 26, 1963 n Church Discussions The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Cupid To Take Lead Discussions on love, courtship nil nut1* will head the pro- mm for the Newman Club and he Baptist Student Union next • eek. I The Newman Club will hear a itnel discuss •'Christian Courtship nd Marriage" at 7 p.m. Wednesday t the Immaculate Conception Par- ih Center. 1212 Bolivar. Dr. Mary Hoffman, a specialist n pediatrics and public health, and >rs. tilen A. Hoffman and Tom .'abors, specialists in obstetrics and ynecology. will discuss the med- •al, medical-moral and psycho- exutil aspects of marriage, (jues- Act To Tell Rush Story tions and answers will follow. I which members of the l'SA preach | Love, Courtship and Marriage and are evaluated. Week will begin Monday at the *. HSC as Mr. and Mrs. Han Simpson *' , and Mr. and Mis. Norman Puekett Tht' Canterbury Aaaociation will i speak on "Courtship and Young hold u car wash Saturday at the1 Ixive" at <1:25 p.m. A previe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1963

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, Apr Noah Headed for Drake With Thin Thindad Squad Injuries Halt Around the Fairways Entry List At 3 Men A series of injuries will cause Coach Winton E. (Pop) Noah to travel to the Drake Relays Saturday with only three North Texas tracksters. The trip to Des Moines, Jowa, will !*• made by Calvin Bow- ser, Hill Argro and David liallauer. HuttMT is entered in the javelin throw, Kallauer in the discus throw and Arjjo in the 100-yard dash. Noah had planned to enter teams in both the 440- and 880-yard re- lays—then the injuries struck: Carl Holloway further ag- gravated a sore muscle in the 440 last week at Kansas. STILL SIDELINED Ronnie Linacomb, who has been hampered with leg trouble most of the season, is stil! sidelined. Don Fox and Larry Ortiz, both members of the relay teams, de- veloped knee trouble during work- outs this week. N'oah said that some of the in- jured were get tint' around pretty well now and could have possibly competed at Drake....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1963

Friday, April 26, 1963 i| Ol t( Gun Collector Sports Rare Rifle Designs The Campus Chat page s—sports By CRAIU WHEELER Two submachine sruns, 14 rifles, 2 shotgun* and t pistols plus 3,000 rounds of ammuni- tion sound like the ingredients for a gangland uprising. But this miniature arsenal is merely a hobby for North Texas graduate Tom Moore. San Be- nito, Moore's gun collection ranges from a clumsy World War U Russian Tokorev to a modern Swiss Army rifle expertly de- signed and crafted for warfare. MOORE BEGAN this hobby four years ago with a German Mauser. His interest (flew to include pistols and eventually he hopes to acquire a complete col- lection of British military rifles. Moore, who is now living in Denton while working in Dal- las, also redesigns or "custom- izes" the features of his guns. The customizing shows up best in the stocks. Generally, he removes the crude, military stock and replaces it with cus- tom-crafted walnut stocks. In- tricate inlaid designs of maple, rose...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 April 1963

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, April 26, 1963 ORINS Ups Pace in Space Race The Work . . . and the Play "The time i$ near," a blackboard warns Linda Hunter, left, as she examines some of the materials used to stage "Dr. Bolfry and the Bomb." Later, on the finished stage, a slap from Camilla Carr warns Tom Donald that he shouldn't rehearse that scene with her any more than necessary. Rehearsing Like the Devil Magic Affects Dr. Bolfry Thr University Players art- hav- ing a devil of a time with "Dr. Bolfry and the Bomb." John Periinger especially is. playing the title, role of Dr. Bolfry, which is actually .itist another name fin Satan. "I'm having a difficult time not developing a tiod com- plex," Penmger said, "because all i have to do is flick m.v finger and 1 get a bolt of lightning." The lightning is not the only magic effect in the supernatural comedy. I>r. Bolfry or Satan will appear, naturally, in a cloud of smoke, and toward the end of the play his umbrella will walk of...

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

PROVING THAT LOVE TRIUMPHS, "La Traviata" stars Don Edwards and Tempe Shumaker are shown in a tender scene from the Opera Workshop's presentation. The Verdi opera will be pre- sented in the Main Auditorium at 8:15 tonight and Friday night. Love Will Triumph Tonight In Workshop s La Traviata "Love will triumph over all, even death." might be the sub- title of Verdi's "I.a Traviata," which will be presented by the Opera Workshop at 8:15 to- night and Friday night in the Main Auditorium. Admission will be 50 cents for students and children and $1 for other adults. The opera, to be sung entirely in Italian, tells how a young beauty of Paris, Violetta Valery, sung by Tempe Shumaker, falls in love with handsome Alfredo Germont, sung by Don Edwards. The two lovers go to the coun- try together, but there Alfredo's father, sung by Harry Wayne of the music faculty, convinces -News Briefs Tickets Go On Sa/e Today for Preps' Show Tickets for the Four Preps' per- formance on University Day, May ...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS No Excuse Here The Campus Chat Wednesday, May I, 1963 ISO Chooses Greeks, Deserts Club Goals The Independent Students' Organi- zation should cither change its ways or chants its name—or disband. ISO has nominated two Greek can- didate* for student government of- fices—James Hightower for USNT vice-president and Ann Rransford for secretary. Yet the organization's stated purpose is to unify and provide political voice for the independent stu- dents. There is no way to construe this latest move as an error in judgment; it is a complete disregard for the pur- pose of ISO. ISO was formed on the theory that the independent student had no way to organize and support candidates. The fraternity system provides the Greeks a way to get voters out to elect their candidates. Of course, maybe the lack of inter- est shown in ISO brings to light a more basic matter. That is, the inde- pendent# would not be independents if But Will Benefit Agg ies Lose Big Battle In War Between Sex...

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

Wednesday, May I, 1963 TV Debater Turns Actor in Dr. Bolfry By HILL l'KKKINS Flown directly from New York ju*t this weekend, a national tele, vision personality will appear on the Studio Theater stage next week when the University Players present "Dr. Bolfry and the Bomb." His name: John Swaney. Swaney, of course, is not by cus- tom an actc, but a debater. And in the last two years at North Texas he has trained recognition as one of the top debaters in the country. But now, in his last semester at NTSU, he is participating in the drama department with the Play- ers' last production of the year. "Since I am a speech major, I felt that I had not been devoting enough time to the theater," Swa- ney explained, "and drama is im- portant to every speech major. Debating had always taken up too much time, but now there is no major conflict with a tourna- ment." Swaney and debate partner Hob Chambers reached the quarterfi- nals of last week's West Point Tournament, recognized as the na- tiona...

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

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, May I, 1963 Golfers Confident, Head for Southern Confident after sweeping their series with OSt' and Wichita last week. North Texas pollers left by plane Tuesday for Athens, lia.. to compete in the Southern Inter- collegiate Tournament Thursday through Saturday The Eagles defeated Oklahoma State 7ls-4 and Wichita 15-8. The Ol' match wax rained out Friday. Coach Herb Ferrill said Mon- day that the team is playing with more confidence and is eager to compete in the Southern tourney Captain Rives McBee was opti- mistic about the Eagles' chances at Athens "Our confidence is way up." McBee said. "We hope t. sur- prise Houston " Houston, the nem- esis of NTS I' golfers every year, tieat the Eagles earlier this year at the All-America tourney They will he one of alKiut 25 teams en- tered at the Southern The Eagles will have another in- centive at the Southern North Tex- as has won the tournament seven ; out of 14 years entered, hut fin- ished in a t...

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

Boyd Wants Absentee Votes Killingsworth Takes USNT Presidency ' .hum's Killingsworth was pro- I muted to the USNT presidency ■Wednesday, receiving 1,274 votes [to 681 for Charles Boyd in a light [turnout at the polls. Killingsworth, who is USNT vice- [ president, led 21*0-139 in the 5 p.m. I returns and increased his lead un- til the limit returns were posted at 7:30 p.m. Boyd said that the turnout of 1,896, over 200 less than last year's vote, hurt him a lot, and that the lack of strong campus political parties caused the light vote. Boyd also said that there weie some discrepancies in the manner in which the election was conduct- ed. He said that counting the bal- lots should not begin before the polls closed, absentee ballots should be made available for those who are not able to get to the voting booths and a much closer system of checking the ballots should be de- vised, such as numbering the bal- lots. Not having absentee ballots cost him several hundred votes among student te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Who s To Arbitrate? The Campus Chal Friday, May 3, 1963 Fri< Laotians Start Feud By 'Sweet' Revenge Retarded Children Play in Rhythm Band During the growth of the American "Wild West." runyv wars were fre- quent. A ranch hand shot a "squatter" in a tifrht. and the farmers sought re- ventre l y killing the ranch hand An all-out war. calming the deaths of hun- tings. followed. A rantre war in Southeast Asia is af><mit to explode in li'G.'V It all started when Communists assassinated Laos neutralist Col. Ketsana \'ontrsanavanh It retaliation Foreign Minister Quinim I' iolsena, presumably a "neutralist" hut actually a pro-Communist, was Killed. Then last week Col. Deuane Sipaseuth. aide of neutralist lien. Kong Ive. took several hundred troops with him and joined Communist Pathet Lao in attacking neutralist forces on the Plain of Jars. What this modern day range war needs is a big brave sheriff. But is it the obligation of the Americans to wear this badge of r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1963

Friday, May 3, 1963 Panhellenic Preview Attracts 400 Prospective Rushees The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Ruah blanks, which must he turned in to the Dean of Women'* Office by May IS, were distributed to almost 'KM) prospective sorority members at Panhellenic Preview Monday night. (Sirls interested in fall rush were entertained at an open house in each sorority ramp before lieing taken to the University Clubhouse for refreshments and a skit. The skit depicted a rushee's journey through the land of Pan- hellenic, where she met members of the six sorority groups. At each stop she was entertained by a song sunt; by one of the sororities. ALPHA DKl.TA PI Memliers of all sororities were invited to a picnic Wednesday af- ternoon at l.akc Dallas. The picnic was sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi. At the lake the ADPis led the Fraternities To Present Weekend Spring Formats Four North Texas fraternities will have their spring formats this weekend as the spring social func- tions near an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 May 1963

PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, May Linksters Seeking 8th Southern Win Six North Texas trolfera are competing in the Southern lnter- coiletnute Tournament at Athens, Ua„ today ami Saturday, hoping to hrinir home their eighth ftr«t-pl ce finish in the tourney. The Katrles expei-ted their tough- est opposition in the field of 25 from the University of Houston. April, is favored to win the South- ern. Representing NTSU at the tour- nament are captain Hives McIJee, Holdiy Greenwood, Hon Wilson, El- gie Seamster, Ron Folk and Bob Thomson. All Southeast Conference schools are represented at the Southern Houston, which edged the Eagles tournament. This tourney decides at the All-America tournament in i the Southeast Conference golf Two Meets Remain In Track Schedule With Thursday's triangular meet Lang in the high hurdles and at Abilene out of the way, the broad jump; Lang and Daniels in Eagle tracksters face only two more meets this semester. They'll be toughies, though -the MVC and...

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

Friday, May 3, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 5—SPORTS Colonial NIT Retreats In Feud With January By BOB LOVELACE Don January has suddenly become the best-known professional golfer the pro ranks. Headlines have been screaming about the January-Colonial feud for over a week, and Saturday is decision dav for the North Texas ex. I he Professional (Jolf Association will listen to rea- sons why the (olonial Country Club did not originally in- y'te, ?V jV.ul}ry.j° participate in its tournament, then a to / i • ■ xrCI 11 lf ht*. sh(,llki bp included in the Mav l'lZ Mr0l<iu? ,Nat,onal 'Nation Tournament at the Fort Worth links. Januai>, who is popular with the pro golfers, served as I (.A tournament committee chairman in 19(52. About :15 pro golfers quickly signed a petition to boycott the olonial tournament after learning that January had been snubbed. While serving in this capacity with PGA, January commented anout ( oloniul s limit on invitations mid its breakdowns of the purse. He was ...

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

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Art Seniors To Exhibit Works If you think painting ami drawing art- the only talents of art students, take a look at the versatility of article* lieing dis- played this week in the Art Gallery, A hi-fidelity unit net in a walnut chest, a silver goMat and a black sculp metal figurine are just a few of the articles being exhibited by graduating art ma- jors for the Group 1 Senior Ex- hibitions. BI-FI I'NIT Walton Keath. an interior de- sign major, is displaying the originally designed hi-fidelity unit. Its walnut chest, 5 feet long and 2 feet high, took three months to liuild. Keath also built the hi-fi unit. Also in Heath's display is a burlap and wool wall hanging bound by a strip of wood at each end. The design of broken squares was woven on a loom and took approximately ISO hours to complete. The silver goblet, designed May U-Day With Four Preps To Climax Final Month University Day May v Wednesday—Classes will be dismissed from 2 to 5 p.m. for the all-s...

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

FOUR PREPS, CARNIVAL TO TOP OFF U-DAY GAIETY By J. TOM GRUIAM Thi Four Preps' musical hu- mor will In- "off the record" and Into the Main Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. tonight in celebration of North Texaa' second jwtr as a university. The University Day celebra- tion will begin with an all-school carnival on the practice field at Foutx Field as classes are dis- missed from 2 to 5 p.m. and will feature such entertainment as Chi Omega'* production of the skit "Once Upon a Mattress." The Four Preps- Marvin In- graham, high tenor; Bruce Bel- land, lead tenor; Glen l4trson, baritone; and Ed Cobb, bass- are expected to sing some of their liest-selling singles, "She Was Five and He Was Ten," "Got a Girl," *"!H Miles," "Big Man." "Down by the Station" and "La*y Summer Night." Tickets are on sale in the Un- ion Building at $1.25 and will lie on a tiral-comc basis after the sold at the door. Beating will be doors open at tl p.m. TUB I'BKI'S are remembered for their suggestion to send the other voc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 May 1963

PAGE 2-EDITORIALS Stop and Think! The Campus Chal Wednesday, May 8, 1963 Honors, Praise Show University's Worth Profs Find Cliches 'Coming Out Ears' Two years ago today. North TVxans wore celebrating the name change from North Texas State College to North Texas State University. Today, as we commemorate the sec- ond anniversary of the name change, [>erhtt|is we should consider for a mo- ment what the name "university" means to us and how we are worthy of the tap. With one new dormitory now under construction and work on a new Union Building soon to be started, we can see how a university has growing pains. More buildings will still be need- ed, however, and the Board of Regents recently voted to exercise its |*>wer of eminent domain and condemn adjoin- ing projHTty to add still more build- ings. We can look back only a few years and realize how much progress has been made here. From what was once only one of the state's teachers col- leges. we have moved into academic competit...

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

Wednesday, May 8, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES AMUSEMENTS At Honor Frat Banquet Toulouse To I >r. Robert B. Toulouse, dean of the (irmluHtc School, will speak at the I'hi Eta Bitftiui initiation cere- mony and banquet at 6:15 p.m. Sat- urday at the Holiday Inn. Dr. Toulouse will speak un suc- cess anil college to the hono;* so- ciety for freshman men. AC COI'NTINCi CLUB Samuel L. Catter, senior busi- ness administration major, will re- ceive a certificate for outstanding achievement in the field of ac- counting at the Accounting Club picnic Friday. The award is presented in con- junction with the (hand Council of Beta Alpha P«i, national account- ing fraternity, each semester. One member of each chapter is selected to receive the award the semester preceding his graduation, fatter is secretary of the Beta I'i chapter of Beta Alpha t'si. I'll! ITS1I.ON OMICRON The members of Phi Upsilon nmicron, national home economics fraternity, honored the graduating seniors with a Ha...

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

PAGF 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, May 8, 1963 Southern's Ours; Greenwood's Medalist One Stroke Makes Difference lij Holt I.OYKI.U'K Will-. t one stroke victory in team play, S'orth Texas' blazing golfer* pulled a major upset last weekend to w i- the Southern In- tercollegiate Tournament in At- hens. (ia Vii-American Bobit.v Greenwood ' «-.i with a 28? total Saturday (•> win individual honors in the tourney The Kut'ics raptured their eighth Soul hern title with a team total of :>*! stroke*, edging Memphis i BOBBY GREENWOOD . . . medalist winner State and Georgia with 5Hi* each. 1'niversity of Houston, the defend- ing champion and pre tourney fa- vorite, finished fourth with HI 1 strokes. A busy golf schedule culled for the Kagles to depart for Peoria, 111., iuesday to defend their Missouri Valley links title Thursday and I'riday, loach Herb Ferriil is mak- ing the trip with four senior*— j Hives McHee, Greenwood, Klgie Scamster and Don Wilson, along with sophomore Hobby ...

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