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

OX 0 4 l.f.ft' ' .4 ^ ft * •*1 I f The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1963 NO. 54 Wi *' f w ■ V ISO Fails To Sweep USNT Posts Isherrill Dickeson Wins Runoff p«- \ HANDS HIGH IN AIR, the Four Preps provide a spirited finish to a song and University Day en- tertainment. The Preps, from left, are Marvin Ingraham, Bruce Belland, Glen Larson and Ed Cobb. Versatile Four Preps Tumble Into Stage, Recording Careers By HILL PERKINS "The way we got together really sounds like a bit. It's in our press releases—but it's true anyway." Marvin Ingraham, high tenor Eggs, Music Lighten Air At Carnival It was definitely the egg that came first—that is, at the Uni- versity Day carnival. In fact, there were no "chick- ens" around when it came to egg tossing during this first carnival, held to celebrate NTSU's third University Day. USNT president Kay Williamson fended off the shattering eggs with a badminton racket while the (ieezles provided students an...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Men May Lose Lead The Campus Cha! Friday, May 10, 1963 Texas Women Seek Equal Protection Bill Tame Texas Town Draws Big Eaters Women have Ion# been relegated to a secondary role in many facets of lift*, but in few place* has the woman been treated more as a second-class citizen than under the state laws of Texas. An amendment to the Texas Consti- tution is now in the House Constitu- tional Amendments Committee in Aus- tin. where observers believe it will die in committee or be reported out in such an amended form that it will «• unrecognizable. The amendment, which passed the senate easily, would pro- vide tha? "equality under the law shall not be denied or abridged be- cause of sex." meaning that the women of Texas would be granted equal rights with men. Partial sup|*>rt of the amendment grows out of the fact that women lose exclusive control over their private property and community property af- ter marriage. However, there are two Guest Editorial little D' Sh...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1963

iday, May 10, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Women May Still Register -or Autumn Rush Activities Itusih blunks t un still U> obtained thi* Dean of Women's Offim by ly trirl wishing to jfo through full mh. Cathie Cole, president of unheltonic Council, said Monday rnt Koine girls had mistakenly nderstood that blanks were only mailable at Panhellenic Preview. Miss Cole urged all eoeds in- rested in signing up for fall rush to turn in forms before the deadline, 6 p.m. Wednesday. The I'anhellenie Council wishes j to correct an oversight made in presentations at the Honors Day assembly, Miss Cole said. The tro- phy for best scholarship in the spring semester of 10(12 was won by Alpha 1'hi, but the group failed Campus Calendar today 4 p.m.. Mmlern linnet* Club, Women'* Oynuiajsium 1U p.m.. Aomintiiiit Club nienk*. North l.uke 30 p.m.. liuptiMt Student 10:30 p.m.. Ileitis (iammu informal par- ty. VFW Hall SATI'KUAY :30-U p.m.. Chi Ometru pIwIk** itriwiiU* lion, Commoti...

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

page 4—news The Campus Chat Friday, Ma Debaters Take Stock • Team Wins 71 Per Cent of Matches Thirty-six trophies, 37 medals and nix certificate* of u|H>rior or excellent rating- that'e the Unity won by the North Texas debate team thin season. The debaters, taking stock this week, found they had won 71 per cent of their matches. IMIKK TOE IMKKCTIOX of I r William R. DcMoUKeot. head coach, and I 'on Keck and Wayne Callaway, assistant coaches, the team won X<4 debates and lost 1H4. The squad attended 1H tour- naments, jrave 15 exhibitions and •le bated seven topics. Of the :t0 NTSl' de!w ters who appeared in tournaments, 21 won .it least one first place or super- ior rating. Sixteen squad mem- bers brought home at least one first place or superior rating from debate competition, 13 won first place or superior rating in individual events and 15 won at Carrell Voted TACT Prexy John Robert Carrell of the busi- ness faculty was elected president of the North Texas chapter of the Tex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1963

Friday, May 10, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE S—SPORTS U 1 44 rif V 111 44 1 a ] t«| 21 3 I til <; ] -1 *1 •I I Boat, Ski Enthusiasts Fight For Space at Area Lakes Hy ART HENTI.EY If you don't think boating in one of America's more popular sports, drive to a beach at Luke Dallas on a warm .Sunday af- ternoon. Then try to find the water. This placid lake, 300 miles in- land. takes on the aspect of New York harbor each Sunday. Boats -and the term embrac- es anything from runabouts to fancy cabin cruisers—cover the surface as completely as Willie .Mays covers centerfield. And any patch of water mis- sed by the craft of this civilian navy is quickly occupied by whichever water skier arrives first. THE LAKE l.t'HES many boat-minded North Texans to its shores. Hut the majority of them consider a boat primarily an in- strument to tow a water skier, according to Kib Hundley, pres- ident of Hundley Boat, Inc. at Lake Dallas. Hundley has been in the boat business there since the l«30s and has ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 May 1963

PAGE 6—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, May 10, 1963 NT Leads MVC • Eagle Golfers Ahead by 15 Eagle golfers took a commanding 15-stroke Inn! into the final round of play in the Missouri Valley tournament today at the New- man Golf Course at Peoria, III. Bobby Greenwood and Hon Wilson led the heavily favored NTSU team Thursday, t«oth curding 146 for the first 3«? holes to tie for the individual lead. The Eagles, seek inn their third consecutive MVC irolf title, had ti team total o' 587 following Thursday's competition. Tulsa was a distant, but surprising second, with 603. L>arkhorse I.ouisville and Cincinnati were tied for third with 614. Other team scores included Drake 632. Wichita 635, Bradley 642 ami St I.ouis 646 t'NDRR MVC rules each team plays five golfers and the low four scores are totaled for the final team tally. Competing for the Eagles are four seniors- Rives McBee, Greenwood, Elgie Seamster and Wilson along with sophomore Bob- by Thomson. The Katies breezed to the team...

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

Campus News Wrapup Staff To Pass Out '63 Yuccas Today Copies of the 19(58 Yucca will Ik* distributed starting at 1 p.m. today in the Journalism Building. Thursday and Friday they may I*' picked up from 8 a.m. to noon and from l to 5 p.m. Students whose last names start with A-K will get their year- hooks at the east door of the Journalism Building; L-Z at the west door. They must show their ID cards and their receipts to receive the annuals. One may pick up another's l ook if he has the other's receipt and a letter authorising him to obtain the book. One hundred extra yearbooks will be sold Friday on a first- come basis. After that day those who have ordered Yuccas may ob- tain them in room 202 of the Journalism Building. Farmer Awards Pins Fo 'Outstanding Exes' Some 225 ex-students saw Dr. Harold Farmer, executive sec- retary of the Ex-Student Association, present two pins to the "out- standing North Texas exes" of 1 iHi.'t at the University Day banquet in Wichita Falls. Receiving ...

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

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chal Wednesday, May 15, 1963 Both Pop, High-Brow Student Disinterest Dampens Programs With a University Day crowd of only 1,389, the Four Preps ushered in the first outside campus performance that has charged admission. Since this audience was little ovei the halfway mark of the 2.500 tickets, the presentation cost the administra- tion, who was willing to underwrite it, several hundred dollars that could have been spent constructively elsewhere. Thi> laggard attendance has been prevalent throughout the past school year. Normally the cry of the students was that the Fine Arts numbers were too high-brow for their tastes—for instance Isaac Stem and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Only Roger Wil- liam- and Dame Judith Anderson ear- ned the crowd that would be expected of a university campus. And Walter Slezak drew fewer than 200, including teachers and other adults. Hut for 1'niversity Night there could be no excuse of "high-browness." The Four Preps are a...

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

w« Vednesday, May 15, 1963 The Campus Chaf PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS -Weaver Wins 2nd Straight Award from Radio-TV Club Jim Weaver hits been named out- ttttiilinK member of the Radio-TV Jlttb for the second consecutive '••ar. This is the first time that , he same person has won the award fro ,vice. jytn me "e*ver« w>10 has served as clul> ^•resident this year, received a the>laque which is displayed in the riistorical Huildinir. m IM KAPPA LAMBDA JEL Twenty-five new members were initiated into I'i Kappa Lambda, national music society, at a lunch- Sion meeting May R in the Crystal loom of Marquis Hall. They are Frank Neil Hrown, iDiane Kay Carter, Cecilia Kay CaiKnox, John Cary Lewis, Mariraret meMitehell, Dixie Lee Norquest, inpJnmei C. Rivers, Margaret Cham- woherlain, Marjean Kduar, Mary 'Jane Enderby, Kenneth L. Perstl, u<1Julia Hanna, Patrick Hasty, Fred- MI crick Kluck, Mary Laughter, John ]eaH. Loetterle, Robert B. Morgan, vjrCarol Rctrlin, Dee Allan Tucker, tht...

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

page 4—sports The Campus Chat Wednesday, M« Golfers 1st, Trackmen 4th in MV • Linksters Finish 19 Strokes in Front hatfle golfers shut a combined scon- of W <"> to taki' their third runner utive Missouri Valley Ifoif Ulh at Peoria. 111., last Friday. Tulsa finished a distant second with a 315 score, 1! strokes he- hind NT. followed by Cincinnati's !MJ« and Louisville's S(2J . The medalist trophy eluded Hobby < i reenwood for the third straiirbt year, (ireenwood shot a 7 1 't,c ,'inal day to finish with 220. one stroke In'hind Jim Fer- > ill of Louisville. Ferrill hit tin on ihc filial 18 to capture the medalist cro vn. (ton Wilson anil Klgie Seani- (et of NTS I' and John Emmons of Tulsa finished in a three-way tie for third place with scores of 222. i nach Herh Ferrill was pleased with the MVC title and the past reason. "I've hail golfers who could play liettei as a team," Ferrill said, "but I've never had a team with thi determination of this une.'' lie added that this ...

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

Wednesday, May 15, 1963 Dr. Bonney Says The Campus Chaf PAGE 5—NEWS Dim Future Faces Girls at Gainesville A lack of anyone to turn to after they leave is the main problem con- fronting irirls at the Gainesville State School for Girls, about 40 members of two personality classes learned recently when they toured the school. Algae Safari Set in Canada How does a summer vacation in Canada sound? Or better- a sum- mer job in Canada with skin-div- ing and boatini; added to a little work ? Two North Texans, John Foers- ter, from Columbus, Ohio, and Mike Parsons, from Dallas, plan to leave in July for Algonquin pro- vincial Park in Ontario. During their seven-week stay the two men will conduct research at the Hark- ness Research Laboratory with the algae called periphyton. Foerster will use skin-diving techniques to collect samples of al- t?ae from the higher aquatic plants while Parsons, in the boat, will take water samples, assist Foerster with his diving and do sample an- alysis of the ...

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

PAGE 6—NEWS Students Told Spring Grades Ready June 3 Instructions for obtaining grade report* and a warning on transfer of junior celhgv credits were is- sued this week t>y administrative officials. Student* who plan to lie on the campus during the week of June .'t may pick up their copy of the spring grade report on the second floor of the Admin- istration Buildintr on June 8 and 4 or at the Ki'jri strut's Office after- ward Those who will not U* in Den- ton should leave u self-addressed stamped envelope in the Regis- trar* Office to have the student's copy of grades mailed to them The parent's copy of the grade report will lie mailed by June 8 to the home address of students un- der L'l Kach student enrolled during the spring who does not enroll for the first summer term and whose rec- ord is clear will lie eligible to re- ceive a free duplicate rec- ord However, these duplicate reo- • >rds will not be mailed until sev- eral weeks after the close of the | spring semester Stu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1963

News Briefs '63 Yucca Names 12 Profs of Year' Twelve faculty mam ban were announced ait outstanding profes- sor* <>f the year in the 1963 Yucca, which arrived on campus May 15. They were selected by incmliers of five student honor organiza- tions. The honored professors are Dr. E. G. Ballard, I)r. Ralph Eberly, Mrs. Eva Joy Sampley and Dr. Mary Whitten, English; Dr. David Redden, Dr. A. W. Roach and Dr. J. K. G. Silvey, biology; Dr. H. W. Kanip and Dr. Chester Ncwland, government; Dr. Dwanc Kingery, education; Dr. William R. DeMougeot, speech; and Dr. Jack Scrogga, history. Honor societies which took part in the voting were Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Blue Key and Meritum. Smy+h Heads NTSU Chapter of AAUP Dr. Philip Smyth, director of the foreign language department, has been elected president of the North Texas chapter of the American Association of University Professors. Others named to offices for the 19BD44 school year are Dr. l,eo- nard G. Benson, vice-p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Swastikas in Denton The Campus Chal Friday, Juno 7, 1963 Nazis Could Arouse Appreciation of U.S. Some jH'opli' just can't lit1 satisfied with the I'nitfd States. They seem to think that a nation with more tele- phones. more automobiles, more soap, more money, more active churches, more happiness, less poverty and less sorrow than any other land should change its ways and throw away its present government. A few of these dissatisfied people apparently illiterate, obviously fool- ish and probably immature—-have con- taminated I'enton. They call them- selves the American Nazi Party. < >i: the night of May 1 a few 'i-by-5 cards with crude lettering were dis- tributed in Denton. "We will rise again—A N*.P." was scrawled on the cards. The swastikas drawn on them were backwards, and the word "again" was miss|M>lled. A Houston director of the Antidefamation League gave a s|leech the same day the cards were distributed. And just last Friday night several Denton bui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1963

Friday, June 7, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Actors Study Wind,' Picnic' "Inherit the Wind," by Jerome Uwwnce and Robert E. Lee, and "Pienio," by William Inge, are un- der eoiiHideration for this .semes- ter's Summer Theater production. "If we produce 'Inherit the Wind,' we'll need many male 8tu- dentu in the east," Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton, sponsor, said Monday. "Inherit" culls for a total of some Six Students Selected For Shows at 6 Flags Six North Texas students—a magician, u pianist and four folk singers -will perform at Six Flairs Over Texas this summer. John Moehrinif, a magician who appeared at Six Flags on week- ends this spring, will begin his second year of summer perfor- mances at Six Flags' Campus Re- vue. In Denton, Moehrinir has ap- peared before the Kotar.v Club and Lions and on variety shows spon- sored by the Kiwanians. He was one of the stars of the Record- Chronicle's 19P1 Red Seal Contest Show. Moehring is a member of the Texas Association of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 June 1963

PAGE 4—sports The Campus Chat Friday, June 7, 1963 Frosh Win Break Records In Telegraphic North Tex*#' freshmen set two hi'tt record* and picked up points in every event to win their third Htraitrlit Missouri Valley Confer- ence freshitmn telegraphic track nd field meet. The Eaglets won 9 of the 16 events, acorinir 74 1 3 jioints to runner-up Tulsa's 34 '-a. Third* place Wichita K"1 38. followed by Have LjMK of the Katrlets and Tulsa's Kichard l>uane also es- tablished new standards. I.anir skipped over the 120-yard high hurdles in 14.7 and ltuane pole vaulted 14 feet. Kane's time was a tenth of a second faster than the old mark set by Al Tate of Oklahoma A&M and tied by l>on Jordan of Wichita. Drake with 21 1 6. Cincinnati with ! Huane's vault was six inches hiirh 17 and Bradley with 6. St. Louis er than the record previously and Louisville did not compete. shared by Oklahoma A&M's Au- NTSt"s Bob Strange broke the brey Dooley and Tulsa's I>ave oldest record in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1963

The Campus Chat Miss Glenn Recalls Days Spent in Postwar Europe — Page 3 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1963 NO. 57 Students Test Thalidomide Embryologists Study Mice By HUTU REED Since a particular type of birth deformity was traced to the tran- quillizer thalidomide, research- ers have tiegun to take u second look at their testing techniques and at the competence of the types of studies being done. Dr. ltussell V. Brown of the biology faculty has been doing some research on the prenatal effects of certain drugs on mice embryos with his classes to help teach them what is involved in research. In his class in embryotomy I)r. Brown gave each student 10 mice. The students were to give the tube doses of the chemicals in varying amounts at specific times during pregnancy. EIGHTY MICE were given thalidomide in varying amounts at certain times. Those mice taking the drug during the first seven days of pregnancy abort- ed. During the seventh through ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1963

PAGt 2—EDITORIALS After Skirting Issues The Campus Chai Friday, June 14, 1963 Court May Get Bold In Racial Decisions Perhaps never has the Supreme Court been faced at one time with so many important racial questions, all of which could become historic. As race trouble flares up every day in a different part of the country, the court is bejrinnintf to open doors that will doubtless lend to landmark deci- sions in this area. That's the way the nations highest court deals with hip problems, those which are likely to spark violent public reaction. It moves cautiously, paving the way for the bip decision; it answers only the specific questions that are potted. Constitution Proposals Could Hurt Three proposed amendments to the l .S. Constitution now being debated by the state legislatures could drasti- cally change the L'nion if adopted. One of these amendments would create a "Court of the Union." made up of the chief justices of'the 50 states, which could review Supreme Court decisions i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1963

Friday, June 14, 1963 Records Holy Cows Lose Hide To Britons By LEONARD KURKK \ No cow is too sacred to t-scupv the Imrbs of four young Engllih- men who cavort for Capitol Kec- ords' release of "Beyond the Fringe." The recording features the orig- inal cast of the show, which is in its second year on Broadway. Be- fore Broadway, the revue had a successful two-year run on the Lon- don stage, where it originated. LITERATE < AST The four Englishmen who make up the cast are a bit "way out" but are still literate and witty. They write their own material for the show. Their lampooning reaches even the venerable Shakespeare, who is parodied in a sketch entitled "So That's the Way You Like It." One critic has described the skit as the only successful Shakespeare paro- dy he has heard. WITTY JAM Probably the best line in the; Shakespearean slam is after the I hero has fallen mortally wounded in a duel. An onlooker is heard to | observe, "Now is steel, twixt gut j and bladder interposed." ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 June 1963

PAGF 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, June 14, 1963 Golfers Bid for NCAA Crown 0, Four unions and a sophomore will try to ivfuin th«- team . hum- pionship which has eluded North Texas since 1988 as thi-y compete in the NCAA tiolf Tournament foe- trinniiiif Monday. Playing in the Wichita. Kan., tournament will In- captain Riven McBee. Hobby Greenwood, Don \\ ilwin. Klfrie Seamater and Ron Folk i AI>out L'&(i golfers will play IX holes Monday and Tuesday to de- cide the team championship with ' only the lowest four 36-hole to- tals counting for each team. The top t>4 goiters, on the ba- | sis of the first two days' play, will ! compete Wednesday through Sun- day in u match play tournament to determine the individual cham- pionship. From Missouri, Indiana Three Sign Letters To Join 63 Cagers A dean university and a friend- ly atmosphere were the major fac- tors influencing three out-of-state basketball recruits to sign letters of intent to attend North Texas. The three, Terry...

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