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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1969

Wcdntiday, Stpftmbtr 24, 1969 # l * I + i g$S?,SV ' >•}- The fewer * i <| * * 4 * f ♦ * i I ^ -- *S'm * > ■y- *?"*• tam fewer of thei How many mpons do you use? pj| Maybe you I to try MKDS lit you'll probably use e. Fewer trips to the Powder Room. Fewer "excuse me's. The fewer the better. N'fFTJ$"#e made differently. That's why. They're made with soft absorbent rayon. First, there's a gentle rayon cover. Then a layer of rayon fibers that absorb quickly. Then another layer of fine rayon storage fibers that absorb steadily. And, in the center, a cushioned layer that holds, and holds some more. Can you imagine? Some tampons are just chunks of cot ton. No wonder you probably need more of them. This month try MKDS. They come in regular or super, with a sof t polyethylene applicator. See how much better fewer tampons can be. )> PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT Bug Slaver No computer stamps out program bugs like RCAs Octoputer. It boosts programming efficiency up to 40%. .rw, .. alrn /fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 24 September 1969

PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT ■ Wednesday, September 24, 1969 Eagle Air Attack Swamps Bulldogs 4 • 'W '** Ja " * STEVE RAMSEY ... off to fast start THE FINAL TALLY USL NTSU First downs 10 25 Rushing yardage -32 55 Passing yardage 193 524 Return yardage 106 74 Passing 18-34-3 39-65-2 Punts 12-39.5 4-38.2 Fumbles lost 0-5 4-5 Yards penalized 5-45' 8-56 MVC Results Mississippi 28, Memphis St. 3 North Texas 40, SW Louisiana 6 Cincinnati 26, Wm. and Mary 18 Louisiville 17, Southern 111. 14 Colorado 35, Tulsa 14 Florida St. 24, Wichita St. 0 By H. E. WILLIAMS Assistant Sports Editor Every time Steve Ramsey throws a football he sets a record. The pass doesn't even have to be complete. But Ramsey did complete 35 of 52 for 495 yards, five touchdowns and five school records Saturday night in the 40-6 rout of the University of Southwestern Louisiana. The fireworks began early in the second quarter when split end Barry Moore haul- ed in a Ramsey pass for 40 yards and a touchdown. The extra point attem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1969

'• *' IP 4 * * * *> 4 ' i > # > ♦ / # i> 4 t t j' * > < t * < n r 4 I « / * i * * / * ) • 52ND YEAR Homecoming "69 Forming With classes under way, students and organizations are beginning to focus at- tention on Homecoming '69. This year's Homecoming will include a new "North Texas Families" program. It will honor the Class of 1944.. The theme of this year's Homecoming will be decided Tuesday at a Homecom- ing Committee meeting. "This year's Homecoming will have a new emphasis on the student body," says Jack D. Wheeler, chairman of the Homecoming Committee and associate dean of students. "We do not want to take emphasis away from honoring the alumr.', but we want to emphasize the students of North Texas as being very much a part of the Homecoming program," Wheeler added. WITH HOMECOMING only a little more than a month away, the alumni office has begun compiling a mailing list for Invitations to the exes. "This year we will start a new 'North Texas Families' prog...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1969

PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT The Campus Chat 52nd Y«ar North Texai State Unirerjity, Denton, Ttxai ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAI'KA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Friday, Saptembtr 26, 1969 Raun's Amphibious Address Book To Help Fill Researchers' Need * * I Editorial mUtementt of th* C mpuj Ch t reflect the opinion of itudent writers and not neceM rlly that nf the North Tei\a& State Univcnity Adminl tration. New Guidelines Attendance Now Students' Decision Another stop was taken Tuesday to recognize NT students as persons with the sense to take advantage of what they are paying for. The Faculty Senate passed a new set of class attendance regulations which shift responsibility for attendance from the university to the stu- dent. Now it is up to the individual student to accept that responsibility, and thus allow the university to relax its much-debated in loco parentis policy. The new regulations remedy the contradiction contained in the 12-year- old policy cur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1969

f<L Friday, September 26, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT > • * * « « 4 « 4 « « * A # ft # I • 4 • Musicians Honored At Special Assembly The School of Music was awarded a $500 prize and Award of Merit,for the perfor- mance and promotion of American music. The award was sponsored by the Na- tional Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) and the American .Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). It was presented to School of Music Dean Kenneth N. Cuthbert Tuesday at a special assembly of the music faculty and students. Presenting the award to Dean Cuthbert were Mrs. Carl Edward Bock of Austin, a past president of the Texas Federation of Music Clubs (TFMC) and a member of the national board and chairman of in- dividual membership for NFMC; Mrs. Guy H Bullock of Garland, president of the TFMC; and Mrs. Kenneth N. Cuthbert of Denton, national chairman of college and school music for the National Federa- tion This is the second year that North Texas has won the award It has twice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1969

JPKf? otHBPW;*. mm 1 'msfm 1Mw'.- PAGE4-—THE CAMPUS CHAT ■ fac® i • • ■ mm Friday, September 26, 1969 Eagles Face Tigers in MvC Showdown m* mm Title Favorites Clash Saturday in Memphis CEDRIC HARDMAN ... tough defensive end MVC SCHEDULE North Texas at Memphis State Wichita State State at Colorado State Tulsa at Arkansas By BOB ANDERSON Chat Sports Editor If football schedules followed the same plot as a good mystery story, the climax wouldn't come so early. Such is not the case, however, and the Eagles invade Memphis Saturday as the two Missouri Valley Conference pre-sea- son favorites clash head-on in the second game of the season for both teams. The Tigers are favored to repeat as MVC champs, but by only the slimmest of margins. Coach Rod Rust's Eagles are primed and ready for the crucial contest which begins at 7:30 p.m. in Memphis Memorial Stadium. "We always try to play them one at a time, but our players should be especially ready for this one," Rust said last week Two of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1969

h r 4 • # • * Friday, Stptamb«r26, 1969 Cyclists Form Bike Club At least one North Texas student is looking to the future. Dwight Thompson used to feel foolish about riding a bicycle around the campus. But. seeing other students riding, and reasoning that they must feel as foolish as he, Thompson decided to form a club. Cyclists Beverly Wilson, Alwyn Yeakle and Herb Nimness joined Thompson last spring. The group gathered momentum during the summer and began to plan all- day trips. Thompson, along with Linda Scar- brough, has developed the club into North Texas Spinning Wheels, an extension of the of the NT Physical Education Club, with Dr. Jack Watson of the P. E. faculty as sponsor. A problem mentioned by Thompson was that of bicycles--not all the prospective members had them. Thompson started trying to find a source for used bicycles. After several dead ends, he located a place and, during the summer, the club accumulated 15. The bikes are now avail- able to club members and Thomp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 September 1969

WO, s 5. a^Tr'HP^ "w - **& '''; V* w; PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT 'A#?, i Friday, September 26, 1969 1: I Around the Campus Dr. Kamerick To Speak Tonight Dr. John Kamerick, NT president, will be presented at a "Meet the President" session at the Burning Bush, 1302 W. Oak. tonight at 8. Dr. Kamerick will talk with students and lead a dialogue on "The Purpose of the University." The Bush will present two programs weekly this year-one on Wednesday at 8 p.m., which usually will consist of jazz and one on Friday nights at 8, which will be a discussion and folk music session. Rev. Dale Branum, campus ministry staff adviser for the sponsoring Denton ■■■I ' i?-'4 b i «■* 3a<> Sign Boosts Football Fever A new spirit sign greets motorists traveling on north Interstate 35 to Denton. The billboard was erected by Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, which is planning other such signs on incoming highways. The Mean Green takes on Memphis State Saturday in a game that most experts say will decide the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1969

Satire, Comec/y Set For University Theater — Page 3 The Campus Chat Field Goal Upsets Eagle Egg Basket — Page 4 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I, 1969 NO. 4 Board Sets Fall '73 Deadline On College Calendar Change A new school calendar is coming for North Texas, but exactly when is uncer- tain. The Coordinating Board, Texas Col- lege and University Systems, has made fall 1973 the deadline for state colleges to switch to the new calendar. Under the plan, the fall semester will begin in late August and will end before Christmas. The spring semester will be- gin after New Year's Day and finish about May 10. Summer school will begin and end at about the same time as it does now, ac- cording to Dr. J. J. Spurlock, vice-presi- dent for academic affairs. Dr. Spurlock said that he does not know when the new calendar will be put into effect at North Texas. A TRl-SEM ESTER plan is not in the future for North Texas, Dr. Spurlock said. "A commission whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1969

■n ■■■■ fms'-v^ '."■" a «|f ■;■■;: v'. V'"fpfp' fill■'■ "'■■ S; ?■ !■•; £ i PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT gfe,' he Campus Chat 52nd Y«ar North Texas State University, Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAI'KA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the Campus Chat reflect the opinion of student writers mid not necessarily that of the North Texas State University Administration. Reverse Discrimination YDs Endorse Race Without Politics The Young Democrats of North Texas State passed a resolution Wednesday night endorsing Curtis Graves for mayor of Houston. These Young Democrats, the greatest majority of whom know little or nothing about Houston's politics or problems, took it upon themselves to endorse a man to govern a city almost 300 miles away, a city in which very few of them live and which some of them have never even seen. Why? Because Graves is black. Members at the YD meeting apparent- ly asked no questions about this man. or about his bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1969

* I * Wednesday, October I, 1969 Theater Sets Production ' Of 2 Plays A comedy and a satire will be the first two productions of the University Theater. Scheduled for the last of October is Kaufman and Hart's "You Can't Take It With You,'' followed by "The Guest," written by NTSU graduate Ransom Jeff- rey. Boyce Pennington of the drama depart- w ment will direct "You Can't Take It With You" to be staged Oct. 28 - Nov. 1. THE PLAY, originally produced in 1936, concerns a pre-hippie family, whose free-spirit daughter falls in love with the son of a conservative, establishment family. A commentary on the importance of freedom of the soul is entwined. Jeffrey's "The Guest'' will be directed by Dr. E. Robert Black, Chairman of the drama department Nov. 18-22. 9 The satirical comedy dealing with alienation and identification will have its premiere performance here. "The Guest" won the $2,000 first prize in the American National Theater and Academy 1969 Playwriting Contest. I)r * Black sai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 October 1969

TV. PAGE 4—the campus chat Wednesday, October I, 1969 '. ,. Last-Minute Field Goal Grounds Eagles, 15-13 Leo on the Loose Leo Taylor (21) looks for daylight in the Memphis State combining for a total of 94 rushing yards. Taylor led Eagle line as fullback Jim Swords (34) takes care of a Tiger de- runners with 41 yards and Swords finished with 34. fender. Both teams found the going rough on the ground, NT Runners Lose to SMU The North Texas cross country team lost to a strong Southern Methodist squad 17-47 Friday afternoon. The Eagles had been practicing for only two weeks before the opening meet. "They were about three weeks ahead of us," said assistant track coach Don Hood. Their workouts began almost a month- and-a-half ago while ours just started the past two weeks. " Murals Tennis Deadline Nears Today is the deadline for entries in men's intramural tennis. Those interested should apply at the intramural office, room 119 in the Men's Building or call ex- tension 245. A managers' m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1969

M ■ ■ •mm t ' %i 4 1 4 <4 * A I The Campus Chat r -' "' 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1969 NO. 5 Hundreds Communicate ¥ {©t-i At Sensitivity Gathering By NANCY KEMPLIN Chat Staff Writer To the strains of "All we are saying is give peace a chance,'' several hundred North Texas students marched, milled and otherwise participated in a communi- cation and sensitivity demonstration Wed- nesday afternoon and night. The demonstration, held under trees in the park, was dubbed a "sensitivity and creativity experiment" by one girl, al- though it was given no formal name. The crowd, estimated at near 300, came and went during the long demonstration. Some students spent the night. "We're here to prove that all people, no matter who they are or where they are or what they are, can be together without the help of any material crutch," explained a coed who helped plan the event. "WK WANT TO open up all the senses -taste, touch, smell or whatever. Peopl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1969

PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT Frld«y( October 3, 1969 The Campus Chat 52nd Y««r North Ttxai St«t« University, Denton, Texas ALL AMKRICAN ui PACEMAKER NBW8PAPKK CHERYL SNAPKA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statement* of tha Campus Chat reflect the opinion of student writers and not necessarily that nf the North Texas State University Administration. Season Not Over Whats It Take For A Bowl Bid? The weekend weather in Memphis was ideal. After a leisurely Saturday river boat ride, the Eagles of North Texas boarded the bus for the trip to the stadium. The ride provided an interesting study in faces. Richard Gill was seri- ous, thoughtful and maybe a little worried about his defensive signals. Lyndon Fox appeared nervous, possibly because of the huge task he faced in filling the shoes of Ret Little at safety. Mark Quinlan was the opposite extreme. His laughter filled the bus as he joked with other members of the team. Some talked football, some talked politics, some talked eco- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1969

* 4 4 + ► * * ♦ ♦ 4 • * « * A A * * « <> • % a 1 * * 4 * • 4 * * * A \ * fc 4 % « ' 4 v?" v'r, BP Friday. October 3, 1969 £u/es Become Hindrance Fraternities Protest Restrictions Fraternities are showing signs of dis- satisfaction toward new rush rules for this semester. Their complaints are that the rules are not a help, but a hindrance to the object- ives of rush. "It all started with 1FC (Interfraternity Council, the governing board which con- trols all fraternity functions)," said Bruce Weber, Pi Kappa Phi president. "Last semester they passed some rules concerning rush, but these rules were never submitted to the administration for approval." "Then the IFC was disbanded and the constitution was done away with because of their incompetence. Nothing was done about rush throughout the summer." HOWARD LEHRMAN, director of fraternity affairs, made new rush rules with the IFC executive council one week before school began and ended the session bv saying that until the fraternit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1969

wm Friday, October 3, 1969 , PAGE 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT Take On Drake £ ■ The Mean Green will attempt to regain its winning ways Saturday when the team travels to Des Moines, Iowa, to take on the Drake Bulldogs. The big question this week will be whether the Eagles can bounce back after their loss last week to Memphis State, 15 13. Head Coach Rod Rust said, "The only way we can determine the psychological effect of last week's loss is to get out and play Saturday afternoon. The team has worked hard all week and I feel we are prepared for Drake." The Eagles lead the overall series with Drake 5-2. The two teams last met in the 1967 season opener. The Eagles took that game by an impressive score of 31-0 r**. Poetry in Motion No, this is not an outdoor rehearsel for a campus ballet group. It is the result of a pass thrown in an intramural football game. Five leagues kicked off the action Monday as football opened the North Texas intramural program. Lead Nation in Passing Eagles High in Rank...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1969

% ^ !> M' * 4 * % 4 * ¥ * # % i Friday, October 3, 1969 luu''','''''l'l'''''''''''''''''''''''''''ll'mi1'1''1'''''11'11111111'11111'111111''1111'11'1® The Firing Line PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT Garni North Tnu ▼a. Drake - Memphis St. v«. Tennessee Wichita St. ▼s. W. Texas St. * 4 Loulivlllc Tl. Dayton Cincinnati Tl. Xiviw DalUa r . Philadelphia « 4 l!!llllllllllllllllllllllll Bob And. raon North Texas by 21 Ttnneaaee by 7 W. Texaa by 1 Dayton by 3 Xavier by 10 Dalku by 10 B. B. WilUama North Taxal by It Tennaaaee by 12 W. Texaa by t Louisville by 10 Cincinnati by 3 Dallaa by 6 George Flynn North Texaa by SO Tennesaee by 17 Wichita by S Louiaville by 8 Cincinnati by 7 Dallas by 17 Terry Kelly North Texas by 14 Tenneasee by 17 W. Texas by 21 Tea Keller Moratorium Day Set For Vietnam Protest North Texas by 14 Tennessee by 14 W. Texas by 7 Louisville by 7 Cincinnati by 12 Dalhin by 14 Louisville by 7 Cincinnati by 14 Dallas by 7 Oct. 15 has been planned as "Morator- ium Day" on more than...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1969

&&&■$ •■■■■■■:■ - <; • f ^ ' f ' ■ SfoSi^V ' * 'i;'- ' ' PAGE *—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, October 3, 1969 Eyecatcher Around The Campus ■ Library Books Due Only On Wednesdays This week's Eyecatcher is Dallas junior Linda Weaver, a business edu- cation major. She enjoys horseback riding and swimming and is a pledge of Delta Gamma. Help Shortage Hurts Flow Intensive Unit Threatened Flow Hospital is facing a critical short- age of registered nurses. The nation-wide problem is now threatening operation of Flow's intensive care unit. A hospital memorandum from Mai., Schober, head of nursing, ordered the Dean To Help In Job Placement Jobs in Denton are becoming scarce. Any student needing employment is urged to contact Harve D King, assistant dean of students. In an administrational reorganization, the duty of coordinating employment pro- grams for NTSU students was transferred from the Housing Office to the new office of King. King is working with the Texas Employment Commiss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1969

y Emotions Run High as NTSU Responds to Happening' Happy hippies, curious crowd follow- ers, watchful patrolmen, annoyed faculty and irate ex-Marines were all part of the scene at Wednesday's sensitivity demon- stration in the park. Many of these had comments on the events of the day. Some saw only a flag used as a tent, some praised the spon- taneity of the demonstration and at least one person promises more to come. Both faculty and students were divid- ed in their opinions and here are some of their comments on the ridiculous, beau- tiful, disgusting and great event: Richard Purdy, sophomore, New York City: "It reminded me a little of Central Park on Sunday afternoon. It really brought me home. There was no organi- zation. It was spontaneous, and that's the way it should be. The campus needs more of it." CAROLYN BRICE, sophomore, Sher- man: "Wow! What can you say? It was one of the most beautiful experiences on campus. It was great" Teresa Bell, staff member of Regis- trar's Offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1969

2—THE CAMPUS CHAT • mum- ■■■•/ •.■■■■ ■■ ' * '.m mx , m : |T;S1WI ; ; W "K""1' ^-1 Wtdntiday, October 8, 1969 ■f* ■ : ' Mi wmiuf Life: The Flower and the Flame i If you think flower power is dead, the little child in you is dead. Reincarnate yourself in love, and live. Peace, brothers and sisters and God bless you." — Photos by Dan Watson ■ tJ'.'V / . I don't see anybody crying." Photo by Dan Watson "This is a great country. I don't want to de- face it at all." — Photos by Dan Watson A week ago students sat in the grass behind the Art Building. Darkness had covered the area and hidden much of the paraphernalia left from the afternoon's activities. A crowd remained, listening to recorded music and talking while waving burning sticks of incense at the stars. In another part of Denton at about the same time, the sweet aroma of incense was absent, and in its place was the nauseating smell of a flaming building. The Keith Hotel above the La Casita Restuarant was on fire. Meanwhile the mu...

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