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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1963

m Dean Considers Criticisms Defends School of Education • Munition critic James I). Koerncr wasn't lookin at schools like North Texas when he drew up an indictment of teacher training in his hook "The Miseducation of Teachers." This is the conclusion of Dr. A. Witt Blair, dean of the NTSU School of Kducation, who con- siders Koerner's criticisms large- ly a rehash of similar accusa- tions made by others in the past 10 years. And although there is admit- tedly room for improvement in the teacher-training programs of many areas, Texas is one of the slates which has been work- ing since the end of World War 11 to improve its teacher in- struction, Dean Blair explained. AS EARLY AS 1955. certifi- cation regulations required teach- most identical. Hut there few differences. are a THE NEW STANDARDS of certification as of 1M2 call for 12 hours of professional develop- ment courses plus student teach- ing for provisional certificates. The elementary teacher must must also hr.ve 12 hours of ...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1963

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS The Campus Chal Friday, June 21, 1963 Some Points Indefinite Courts Bible Ruling: What Is Its Scope? The 1'. S. Supreme Court sjH'iuls all of its time drawing lines—lines that the government cannot cnwc without violating the rights of the individual. Another one of these lines was chalked Monday when the court ruled unconstitutional a state law requiring Bible reading ami the recitation of the Lord's Prayer in the public schools. Tht court held that the exercises vio- lated tlx "establishment of religion" da use of the First Amendment. Justice Torn ('. Clark, who wrote the majority opinion in Monday's d«- cision. said that the First Amendment requires that he government lie com- pletely neutral where religion is con- cerned. Kven though the encroachment is very minor, he said, it must be stopped. "The First Amendment to our constitution was designed to avoid these ends by avoiding ihese begin- nings," wrote Justice Jackson in another religion case in UM.'i. Some pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1963

Friday, June 21, 1963 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS Actors Plan Picnic For Summer Session A corrupt youth and his offset on h small Kansas town in the subject of the William Inge melo- drama "Pkuie," which has bwtn I'hiiwn for |>n>durtion l>y the Sum- mer Theater. The play will he presented July Speaker Cites Race Problem "In our relations with other raees the whole world is standing in the tiarden of Gethaemane," John Walker, a Southwestern Seminary student, explained at liaptist Stu- dent renter Vespers Tuesday. Walker maintained that racial attitudes are personal judgments, not divine judgments. The true problem in race relations is that "all are concerned more with . . . what we ourselves want to be- lieve than with what Jesus would have us believe." People must, pray- to be raised above personal pre- judices, Walker said. CHI'IU'H OF CHItlBT A member of the University of Arkansas football team, Tim Hunks, will speak at 8 p.m. Thurs- day to the Youth of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 June 1963

PAGf 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, June 21, 1963 Third in NCAA Golf Tournament • OSU Edges Houston for Title III I.I.KTIS ihr unit North T«'* n l« rmch th ' quar l.rtinaU of h«- Nl V \ <i lf Tournament, was (ii*f«>ait>d b> medalist Dick Sik«*« of Arkansas 2 and 1 The four other Kimle- nrrr eliminated in the liri.1 two round*. Sik '«« will meet I'at Thompson <if 1Vti in a hole M'lnitinal todav h * tried for the irrecn and thr birdie His shut hit the tree and zoomed back about 5(1 yards'. Al l. OVK* He took two more shuts to reach the green and then three putted, for a triple boogie eight. And North Texas was out of the running. The OSl' tt'ani had sweated for 45 minutes. Klffk' Seanistei paced the fCtttrlea with a 70-7-1 144. Hobby Green- wood shot 72-73 145. Don Wilson i 74-73—147. Folk 7.1-7« I4i and MoBe* 71-78—149- llouston's Kermit Zarley fired a : W to finish with an even par 140. Other Houston scores were Fred Marti. 146; Wright (iarrett, 147; and Randy Tetri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1963

M Lab Schoolers Take to Pool For Jolly First-Grade Class The Campus Chat 46th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1963 NO. 59 lly GAY WENSLEY Would you like to get a few swimming pointer* from Dome real enthusiasts? If so, you might drop by the Swimming I'ool at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Lab School first graders, only 6 or 7 years old, dive in the water as if they'd been doing it all their lives. At one word of their instruc- tor, Mrs. Jo Ann Boyd, the 25 swimmers line up for a relay race to the rope and back. Swim- ming us fast as they can go, the youngsters giggle and shout as they tag one another. This is only one game they play. Ami not a one seems afraid of the water. AFTER THIS first few les- sons Mrs. Boyd asked if any of the youngsters would like to try the diving board. To her sur- prise, all 25 were ready. After executing a variety of stunts olT the end of the low- board, 7-year-old Bill Kamp, son of I)r, H. W. Kamp of the gov- eminent 'acuity, ask...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1963

PAGf 2—EDITORIALS For Sake of Equality The Campus Chai Friday, June 28, 1963 Civil Rights Bill Puts Liberty in Jeopardy Centuries-Old Journals Dot Collection Curtailment of liberty in tho name of equality has lonjr btH'ii th«* doctrine iif liberals atul radicals. The most far- reaching crimes perpetrated by its advocates have been the French Revo- lution and the establishment of the Soviet I'nion. President Kennedy's civil rights bill, referred to by Senator Lister Ilill of Alabama as "an attack on the in- dividual liberty of every American." is based on the same concept. The President seeks what is gen- erally considered to be a noble goal, that of eliminating racial discrimina- tion in the I'nited States. But his methods of attaining this goal flag- rantly violate a principle upon which our societ\ was founded The right to own and administer private property has been considered a fundamental human right since the time of John Locke. By telling Ameri- can business men who they must...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1963

Friday, June 28 1963 Kalil Schedules Solos At Philharmonic Hall The Campus Chat PAGE 3—ACTIVITIES-AMUSEMENTS By LEONARD BUUKKA Mins Margaret Kalil, North Tex- an' dynamic young resident so- prano, will lie soloist in two per- fomiaiw s at Philharmonic Hall in New York's Lincoln ('enter July 24 and 28. The dark-haired singer is in in- creasing demand for concert work throughout the country, and this engagement will mark her return to the New York stage after an absence of three years. She is appearing as part of the Midsummer Music Festival there and will sing one of the leading roles in a concert version of Mo- zart's last opera, "La Clemenza di Tito," on July 24 and the soprano solo in a performance of the Mo- zart "Requiem" on July 28. DIRECTOR Dl'NN The festival will be under the musical direction of Thomas Dunn, noted New York conductor and musicologist, whom Miss Kalil de- scribes as "one of the most talent- met. Haynie Plans Rose-y' Solo John J. Haynie, virtuoso cornet player ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 June 1963

pagf ♦—SPORTS The Campus Chat Friday, June 28, 1963 All-American Greenwood He Came To Play \ And Play He Did Hobby Greenwood cawr to Den- ton four years atro from his home in Cookeville, Term., "to play on some of those fine North Texas teams." And play he did—well enough to be selected last week as the Eagle*' third All-American trolfer. In spite of having difficulty a<l- iustmjf his HHiiif to the climate and playinir conditions of the Southwest, Greenwood made hon- orable mention All-American in 1S «1 He was awarded a second-team birth in and climaxed his col- lege career with a first-team se- lection this year. From the beginning North Texas Coach Herb Ferrill labeled Green- • wood as "one of the best golfers ' I've ever seen." Pressure has little effect on the muscular senior he seems to j thrive on it While a sophomore at NTSl', (ireenwood defeated .lack Nicklaus in a sudden death playoff in the semifinals of the Colonial National Invitation at Memphis Called a "perfectionis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

I ' i North Texas Adds L( Four Negro Educators -Page 7 S2ND YEAR The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS Louisiana Ca juris Open Eagle Season Saturday --Page 4 Friday, September 19, 1969 NO. I Regents Jump Into Fall ^ In Action Filled Meeting Child Psychology? Although registration seems to be a little less frustrating, this little girl has obviously had enough of it. Early registration of 1,93 I new freshman contributed greatly to the lessening of confusion. North Texas Regents blasted into the new semester with numerous appoint- ments, elections and revisions in a meet in# August 28. One of the major items on the agenda was reorganization in the Student Scr vices Division. Dean of Students William C. Lindley became vice-president for student affairs, removing him from con sistent direct association with students so that he has more time for executive duties. The re-shuffling will give him more time to visit facilities and consult di- rectors about their problem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

' ' l I I t PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT The Campus Chat 52nd Year North Texas State University, Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the Campua Chat reflect the opinion of student writers and not necessarily that of the North Texas State University Administration. Experience = Knowledge Students Need Better Attitude "I am a part of all that I have met," declared the roaming Ulysses as he left home and family in search of knowledge. For Tennyson's character, experience became knowledge. How dif- ferent in outlook was he from the typical narrow-minded, ego-oriented, intolerant college student today. The university cannot be justly blamed for the individual student's failure to taste the milk of experience offered him by people and situa- tions he encounters during his stay on campus. It is the student himself who must face the trials and accept the re- wards of living with those of differing beliefs, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

Friday, September 19, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT ' I 4 Eleven Sororities To Hold Informal Bid Acceptance Eleven national sororities will hold in- formal bid acceptance tonight at (i: 30 in Chilton Hall as the climax of rush week. Three of these sororities are national for the first time this semester Bids go out between 4 and 5 p.m. today, and rushees signify their acceptance of them by going to the ramp Informal bid acceptance is strictly for the new pledges, the sorority members and sponsors The public gels a chance to meet the new pledges at formal bid acceptance Thurs- day. "This semester's rush has been ex- tremelv smooth, and most of the credit goes to the Panhellenic Council which has become a stronger and more active body on campus,'' said Miss Gloria Adams, I'anhellenic adviser and assistant dean of women. THE WEEK'S activities included open houses at which rushees went to each ramp for a brief introduction and parties with skits by sorority members. The sorority and rushe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

PAGE 4—the campus chat k/4ty ?V< '' >* - ' I * £ <" ' * 1 Friday, S«pt«mber 19, 1969 Eagles Battle Cajuns Saturday Night Ramsey Returns With Favorite Targets Record-setting Steve Ramsey (17), split end Barry Moore (83), tight end Bob Helterbran (81) and flanker Ronnie Shanklin (31) begin their senior season of competition as the Eagles entertain Southwestern Louisiana Saturday night at Fouts Field. Ramsey and Shanklin are three-year start- ers while Helterbran and Moore tranferred to NT last year. NT Adds 3 New Coaches Two assistant football coaches and one basketball assistant recently were added to the North Texas State athletic staff. Clark C. (Corky) Neijon, former coach at McAllen, has been named Mean Green defensive line coach. Also added to the football staff was former Eagle running back Vic Williams, who will direct the of- fensive backs and scout opponents. Charles Ray Garrett will assist Coach Dan Soika with the Eagle varsity basket- ball team. The 27-year-old Ga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

4 % * f 4 4 ♦ 4 • * * V # * « % ♦ ♦ # * i« # * tr ▼ T * * 4 V « % • ♦ # I «• «* I « • * « ♦ Friday, S«pt«mb*r 19, 1969 Dentonites Pick Up Cues; Billiards Business Blooms "Hit it low for backspin." "Catch half ball and half cushion and it will go right down the rail into the pocket." Advice is given. The shot is made. The cue ball backs off and stops. The nine ball drops. "You'll have to spin off on the ten." The ten ball drops in the corner. The cue ball follows it in. Unintelligible mum- bling. This scene is repeated thousands of times a day as amateur players in Denton pass time on the pool tables. According to local owners and managers, the tables are seldom empty. Mrs Bervena Woodson, manager at Eagle Recreation on Oak Street, said, "The players are even here when 1 open up at 8 a.m." She said that many but not all of her customers are from NTSU. The owner of the Royal Rack on Avenue A declined to comment on his volume of Grid Tickets For Season Selling Now Season tickets for re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, September 19, 1969 — *1 * Top Record Old Pop Festivals I Never Die; The Smoke Just Fades Away By BOB ANDERSON Chat Staff Writer The much-publicized Texas Interna- tional Pop Festival is history. The quiet little town of Lewisville is back to nor- mal — almost — and a review of the three-day musical explosion brings mixed emotions. Artistically, the festival was a tre- mendous success. Between 125,000 and 150,000 persons paid to be entertained by some of the top names in the pop music world, and entertained they were. Headliners such as Janis Joplin, Canned Heat, Sly and the Family Stone, .% ■ • xagfj Chicago Transit Authority, B. B. King, Johnny Winter, Sam and Dave, Led Zep- pelin and others brought the crowd to its feet time and again. Backstage, the entertainers frankly confessed that their image of Texas had been shattered, and Janis Joplin, a na- tive of Southeast Texas, told the crowd on opening day, "Gee, Texas was never like this when I was her...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

Friday, September 19, 1969 PAGE 7—THE CAMPUS CHAT ♦ 4 • « # ft 4 * I « v % * * # * 4 * 11 ♦ *9 '♦ I * • ♦ • • • V : ✓ Down With Yellow-Top Cards It's the same old story. You have all the classes you want except one and you find out the section is full. So you start all over again. Scheduled reg- istration ended Thursday, but late registrants will continue to sign up through next week as North Texas climbs toward a record enrollment. Regents Approve Budget- Request Degree Programs Regents in August tentatively approved an operating budget of more than $23 million for North Texas State for the 19(>9- 70 school year and requested six new de- gree programs The budget of $23,628,240 represents an increase of $3,642,508 over the past year, which ended Aug. 31. More than $2 million of the budget is slated for the increased faculty and staff salaries. President John J Kamerick said. "If this budget holds up we can say we are in better shape than we have been in for a long time. The legis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 September 1969

PAGE 8—THE CAMPUS CHAT t"' mmm s:iiV- <V-- 'I'J 11; j1./ 'v 1 " •' W fcfi . I Friday, September 19, 1969 £ 4 e- 3 DISTINCTIVE GIFT CENTERS VOERTMAN'S 1314 W OAK / DENTON CENTER / 1419 OAKLANO FREE NTSU BOOKCOVERS WITH ALL TEXTBOOKS! USED & NEW TEXTBOOKS SUPPLIES FOR ALL COURSES Serving North Texas State University students for more than 40 years with full range of supplies, plus a wide selection of good used and new texts for all fields of study. Denton's most complete book department: textbooks, fun books, inspirational manuals, children's books and thousands upon thous- ands of paperbacks for reference — study or pleasure. And — the useful, the whimsical and the unusual in an unparalled gift collection assembled from round the world to fill the desires of students and faculty. Textbooks, of course, arranged and classified for easy, self-selection. By shopping early from these well stocked shelves, students can easily select the best used or new titles with a minimum of dela...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1969

Mi# -iu I'M i & ti h < % * « < * % « / I i * < ♦ A/T Soloist Spends Vietnam Summer Singing to Troops By NANCY KEMPLIN Chat Staff Writer To most people, Vietnam ia no place to spend a vacation, but Miss Virginia Botkin of the NTSU music faculty con- siders her time there this summer well spent. Miss Botkin did a repeat this summer of a previous tour in 1967, both trips at the invitation of the International Protestant Church in Saigon. As a featured soloist in sacred music concerts, Miss Botkin sang in military chapels, hospitals, hospital ships and out-of-the-way places all over the war- torn nation. "Vietnam is a gorgeous country," Miss Botkin said. "They flew me all over the country in every kind of plane. One day I would sing for the Air Force and the next day for the Marines or the Army." SOME DAYS, especially Sundays, the NTSU entertainer would perform in eight or nine chapel services. Included in her programs were selec- tions from Mozart, Bach, Handel and spiritu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1969

I I M I ' ' ' PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT W«dnt d«y, S#pttmb#r 24, 1969 m The Campus Chat 52nd Yaar North Tt«a S aU Univrtity, D nton, Ta a ALL AMXICAN ui FACHAIM NIWSPAPBK CKERYL SNAPKA Editor m TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial tUUnwnU of th« Ckmpua Chat raflact Dm twin ton of •tudovit writers and not n*c«Mrftjr tk*t of tha North Tnu stau Unlnnttf Admintetratkm. Enforcement Needed One-Lane Streets Pose Driving Risks Dynamic Denton is gaining on Dallas in the traffic congestion depart- ment. During the evening rush hour, when dates are most often picked up and returned, look in front of one of the women's dorms on a two-way street and the picture resembles Central Expressway or Stemmons at 5 p.m The reason for the congestion is that most evenings there art* more dates than parking spaces at these dorms. The fellow going to pick up his date usually has a choice of double parking or parking down the street and around the corner Most do not even consider this a choice; double parking s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1969

i Wednesday, September 24, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT +r * * * * * * % i ♦ V ' 4 FATHERS AND SONS Coeds Accept Bids; Rush Continues Panhellenic Council Requests Volunteers Coeds accepted sorority bids Friday at the close of rush week. More pledges will be picked up during open rush which began Saturday and will continue up until dead week. Formal bid acceptance is Thursday, 7 p.m., at Chilton Hall. The public is in- vited. Women who accepted bids were: Deceiving Cover This neo-Baroque cover encloses heavy blues discs. Fathers and Sons - True Bluesers Bag By H. E. WILLIAMS Chat Staff Writer An album jacket which is home for four sides entitled "Fathers and Sons" is a very tame one as album jackets go. It is mostly yellow and gray with some neo- Baroque art work What's inside is no* tame. The Chess release features Muddy Waters. Paul Butterfield, Mike Bloom- field, Duck" Dunn, Otis Spann and Buddy Miles. Two sides were studio work while two were done live. THE DISKS display everythin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1969

■ BE® •' ^#v"' HRHIi ... .ft '.:-'V'y ,:■<■■ '. . \ : q v: J ■ ■ "A ■;' ,*„-. \ . !;. '•• ■ !■ si Kki? 1 PAGE 4—the campus chat , . ^ JWMsl N^s•■ , •• , .t. '' '-Tii *#? <*■ ' ' :• ' il/i „ jf 58 1 Wednesday, September 24, 1969 Record Spring Honor Roll Cites 912 North Texans A record number of 912 students teamed up with books and knowledge to make the Spring honor roll, an increase of 35 over last Fall and 76 over the 1968 Spring honor roll. A perfect "A" average was recorded on 153 student's grade slips, and 759 achieved the 2.5 or better listing. The following students are listed on the Spring honor roll: Those who made the 3.0 honor roll were: AARON-CROSS Danny Aaron, Gordon Adams, Kathy Marie Alger, Harry Allen, Marion Susan Allen, Betty Arrington, Mary Virginia Banks, Margie Barber, Linda Bassham, Ernest Edward Beckham, Cynthia Bob- bitt, Lillian Bowers. Helen Brooke, Joseph Daniel Brophy, Alton Raymond Brown, Cheryl Lynn Buchanan, Carol Cameron, William Aaron Cameron, N...

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