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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1969

Wednesday, October 8, 1969 4 ^ n t 1 + f * A i 'i i < i > Debaters To Discuss Tax Sharing Should States Receive Revenue Rebate? One ill the most holly debated issues on college campuses this year likely will be President Nixon's proposal that the fed- eral government share a percentage ot its revenue with the stales The issue has been chosen as the HMW-70 national debate topic to be researched, studied, prepared and aired by forensic students nationwide. Among the teams preparing arguments on the question is the squad at North Texas State University, which in the past has won national acclaim in forensics IN ITS ACTUAL wot ding the debate topic is Resolved That the Federal Government Should (irant Annually a Specific Percentage ot Its Income Tax Revenue to the State Governments Dr. Lee Polk of the NTSU speech and drama faculty says the revenue-sharing question was chosen over other issues because there is an increasing realization that federal priorities may not be state prior...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1969

- - —THE CAMPUS CHAT i': : ' I fr W mm JiJ \ -if Wednesday, October 8, 1969 Drake Catches NT off Balance Eagles Not Ready for Bulldog Offense <jft W dn £ *. •£S io ,, 4_ w-3 i Double Trouble Joe Hamilton (10) and Crest Whitaker (22) head the list of returning letter- men as the Eagles prepare to hit the court Oct. 15 for pre-season workouts. Hamilton averaged 20.4 points per game with Whitaker right behind at 20 points even. The Lean Green debuts Dec. 1 against Northwestern Louisiana. By H. E. WILLIAMS Chat Staff Writer It started like many other North Texas football games. Halfway through the first quarter. Steve Ramsey connected with Barry Moore for 29 yards, six points and Ramsey's record-setting 52nd touchdown pass. It appeared that the Eagles were off to the races in top form. Six interceptions, one fumble and UK) yards of penalties later, the clock showed no more time and the scoreboard rt«d it I )rake 27. North Texas 23. We didn't play well enough to win. said Coach Hod Hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1969

W#dn* d«y, October 8, 1969 Eaglets To Meet TCU Here Both Look For First Win iiiiiiiiliiliMliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'niiHiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiihMiiiiM E yecatcher * + * t* A * y. * v « > * •/ * The North Texas Eaglets play host to the Wogs of TCU Thursday at 7:30 and both teams are looking for their first win. The Eaglets dropped the season opener with Navarro Junior College 7-6 two weeks ago. The Wogs lost their first tilt to the Texas A&M Fish 27-2li last week. TCU averages about 225 on the defen- sive line. Coach Gary Ness expects this to be a major factor in determining the out- come. "The important part of the game will be at the line of scrimmage," he said. Ness said that he was satisfied with the offensive effort in the Navarro game but added that the team was still spending more practice time on offense than on some other phases. Ness also said that the pass defense would have to be good for NT to win. The Eaglets held Navarro to 24 yards in the air and stole three pas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 October 1969

PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT i 'New' Musicians Perform for Ellis Profs Party Emphasizes Diversified Sounds Bike Bargaining The North Texas bike club, known as the "Spinning Wheels helt a bicycle auction recently in an attempt to provide more students with the 'wo- wheeled transportation Owight Thompson, far right, L lender of the q-nup and served as the afternoon's auctioneer. Personnel System To Evalua! Jobs By KEITH STETSON Campus Chat Reporter ' Flay 60 seconds of red." "No, that was definitely green." "Synthetic birds.. . much cleaner." "Who is God?" Music can be color, designs, light, smells, tastes and social comment. All existed briefly Sept. 29 when "brilliant- ized" composers, performers and inter- ested friends gathered for an informal party of "new music" at the home of Merrill Ellis, of the music faculty who specializes in electronic music. The program included various forms of music-improvisation, other live perfor- mances and some electronic tapes. Titles were just as varied...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1969

u*K5a *■ > At * A I % ll 11 j Sou/ Masters To Host Free Jazz-Rock Concert in Park By BRADLEY VAN Chat Reporter The long-worked-for monthly concerts of Marvin Peterson and "The Soul Mas- ters" may become a reality, making the park behind the Auditorium Building the scene of much more activity starting at 2 p.m. Sunday with a free jazz-rock con- cert. The concert, to be sponsored by the Student Activities Committee (SAC) and organized by Peterson, a former North Texas student, will feature such groups as "Nazz"Phoenix' , "The Zig-Zags" and The Soul Masters" led by Peterson. He hopes it will be the start of weekly park events. At first Peterson had some trouble ar- *3 ranging the concert because he is not a student and was not affiliated with any recognized campus organization When he conferred with some of the administra- tors, they suggested he get sponsorship from a school organization. SAC agreed to take over sponsorship "THE CONCERT IS for everyone," Peterson said "Nobody shoul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1969

• 4 >• Irt PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, October 10, 1969 The Campus Chat 52nd Year North Ttio Stat* University, D«nton, Taxai ALL AMERICAN SI PACtMAEB* NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial aUtcmcnta of the Campua Chat reflect the opinion of itudent writer* and not neceuarlly that of the North Tena State Univerafty Administration. Disrespect Disgraceful 'Be-In' Success Not Conclusive During the past week NTSU students were exposed to the free expres- sion movement, as witnessed by the communication-by-touch assembly in the campus park. Freshmen were bewildered as to "What is this?" while the majority of students were mildly curious as they walked to class. This free expression movement was an accomplishment in getting to- gether the flower power children and allowing them to do their own thing. But was it really successful? The campus park area was turned into a grade school carnival with tires hanging from the trees and hammocks swaying. No harm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1969

Friday, October 10, 1969 PAGE 3—Ti It CAMPUS CHAT ■if r + * i * + n •• 1 ' ♦ J h # • 4 % * * *4 • f V •V > « Argentines to Present Second Fine Arts Show An Argentine chamber orchestra, the ( amerata Bariioche, will be this year's second Fine Arts performance, Oct. 21, according to I Jr. William Belcher, chair- man of the Fine Arts Committee. 7 Colleges To Practice Debate Issue A practice debate tournament involving at least seven colleges and universities from Texas and Oklahoma will be held here Saturday at 10 a.m. The issue to be debated is the national debate topic which is. Resolved: That ihe Federal Government Should Grant Xnnuallv <i Specific Percentage of It's In- come Tax Revenue to the State Govern- ments." By Wednesday, schools indicating that Ihev would be here are UT at Arlington; McMurry College in Abilene, SMU, TCU, Baylor University, and East Central State College of Ada, Okla. The debate teams for NTSU are Mike Kellev and Don Kedd Diana Marshall and Diana Bynum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1969

PAGE 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT NT Attempts Comeback in 2 p.m. Clash Eagles Host Weber St. Saturday The Mean Green returns to Fouts Field Saturday afternoon after two loss- es on the road. The Eagles host the Wildcats of Weber State College, Ogden, Utah, who are also trying to snap a losing streak. North Texas opened up against South- western Louisiana and thrashed the vis- itors 40-6. Then the Eagles traveled to Memphis for THE game and came away with a heart-breaking 15-13 loss on a last-minute field goal. Saturday the Mean Green again fell short in Des Moines as the Drake Bulldogs rolled to a 27-23 win. The Wildcats also started the season like a whirlwind with a 28-13 win over South Dakota State and a 62-6 trounc- ing of Eastern Washington. Then the jinx struck Weber State as they went down to Northern Michigan 24-23 and to Montana 20-17. For North Texas is the second home game and the second game of the sea- son in the daylight. Weber State is on the road for the first time this season ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1969

f i ■A Friday, October 10, 1969 H 4 k K. ' * 9 * V * * * * % - * n • t • I % P * v f Freshman Frogs Outscore Eaglets By STEVE SHALIN Chat Reporter The TCU Wogs grabbed a 27-0 half- time lead and held on to defeat the North Texas Eaglets 27-7 in freshman football Thursday night. It was the twelfth TCU win in the 13-game series which dates back to 1957. The Wogs' first score came in the first quarter on a 76-yard pass play from quarterback Van Kinsey to halfback Ray- mond Rhodes. John Bishop came on to kick the extra point with 5:19 left In the first period to give the Wogs a 7-0 lead. With 11:29 to go in the first half, Dan- ny Colbert returned an Eaglet punt 65 yards for another TCU touchdown. Once again Bishop came on to convert, widen- ing the Wogs' lead to 14-0. The third TCU score occurred with 7:24 remaining in the first half. Dave Dixon intercepted a Tommy Nelson pass and raced 27 yards for a Wog touchdown. Bishop came on to kick his third extra point. THE WOGS' fourth and fin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 10 October 1969

I PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT Campus Personals Johnson Receives Fellowship DENNIS PAT JOHNSON, doctoral student from Fort Worth, has been award- ed the $3,600 Samuel Roberts Foundation Fellowship, given annually to an outstand- ing graduate student in bio-chemistry at NTSU. A 1968 graduate of Austin College. John- son will do research in the synthesis of metabolite anologs under Dr. C. G. Skinner, acting head of the chemistry de- partment. Johnson will be eligible for renewal of the fellowship, awarded by the Noble Foundation of Ardmore, Okla., during his work toward the Ph.D. degree. C. LESLIE JONES, assistant business manager for the university, will retire on Oct. 30 after 10 years at NTSU. "He has reconciled our bank accounts, made the daily deposits, collected hot checks, worked with the school's scholar- ship programs, approved applications for veteran s benefits, and kept track of inter-departmental transfers," said John L Carter, vice-president for fiscal af- fairs, Jones had jus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1969

.... 't . p ' * I % ) A V Free University Forming With Unlimited Topic Range By GEORGE FLYNN Chat Staff Writer Time Magazine has called it "an aca- demic Utopia where students and teachers can pursue whatever subjects interest them without formal examinations, grades or degrees. " The concept has been labeled free uni- versity" and more than 450 such institu- tions are spread across the U.S. Today Denton starts its own free university, sponsored by the committee-staff of the Burning Bush. The first phase, with interested persons submitting topics for courses, begins to- day and ends Oct. 28 The free univer- sity's coordinator, William Farmer of the sociology faculty, stressed that the topics can be anything that might be of interest to other persons. "The range is unlimited Topics can vary from Chinese philosophy to kite fly- ing techniques," Farmer said Specific organization of each course is left up to the originator and those signing up for the course. The length of the class, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1969

PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT The Campus Chat 52nd Y««r North Tnn Statt Univtuity, Dulon, Tw ALL AMERICAN S3 PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial ■tttmmU of the Cfempua Chat reflect the opinion of student writer* and not necaaaarlly that of the North Tana State University Administration. CHAT FORUM Moratorium $$ Chance for Profit Realized Today The moratorium on the Vietnam war may prove a sound and reasonable way for communication by students with this nation's administration and between other students. For some it will provide just that; but for others the morator- ium will be another cause to blindly follow, never questioning the motives behind it or seeing the possibilities for rational action. Some will find a way to make money from it or promote their own selfish ends. The national promotion of the moratorium leans toward press agentry and misinformation. Mailouts on the movement contain a list of schools supporting the moratorium. In actuali...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1969

Wednesday, October 15, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT * * * / 'I M h * r 0 % 0 + $ * 4 V 4 + * % * * * * ¥ V ♦ P> r Clinic Aids Teachers With Defects "G-g-g-ood m-m-m-orning, class-s-s. T-t-t-oday, we will study. . ." This is what a first or second grade teacher might say if he had a speech problem. To help prospective teachers achieve more effective communication, North Texas State University's Speech and Hearing Clinic is testing them for speech and hearing defects. Dr. Willard Jacquot, director of the clinic, explained that students planning to enter the teaching profession are tested "at the earliest possible point in their educational preparation." "WE FEEL it is better for them to undergo a series of tests during the preparatory stages than for a teacher to struggle and fail in a job later," he emphasized. "In this way, we can at- tempt to correct difficulties we detect while the student is still in school.'' Services of the NTSU center are not limited to student teachers, how...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1969

v % CHAT WKHmKf ■ • :-r4Mrr> Wednesday, October 15, 1969 ms A rK V ■iw ■HI * >i <j % 7 ST <# V. I [Bi. - ' • &r -'-vT " ' * \ v y} ,f *•*• ■* ^' On //>e Eagles' first play from scrimmage, fullback Jim Swords (34) galloped 51 yards for a touchdown and... North Texas Grounds Weber 35-13 W North Texas State isn't supposed to be adept at running the football, but some- body forgot to tell Jim Swords and Roy Myers Saturday as the Eagles rolled up 298 yards on the ground to trounce Weber State 35-13 Swords, a 210-pound senior fullback from Richardson, ran over and around the Wildcats for 171 yards in 18 carries for a healthy 9.5 yards per-carrv. Myers, a con- verted flanker starting his first game, picked up 28 points in (he first half and coasted to their second win in four starts. A slim crowd of 5 1)00 looked on in 93 de- gree heat at Fonts Field as the Eagles picked up 28 points in the first half and coasted to their second win in four starts. QUARTERBACK STEVE Rams...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1969

MM A'WD'M.' "• . • : T- W«dn id«y, October 15, 1969 PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT 0> 0 * v <•> a 0 ♦ '< * * r $ ' * r t oPHB -jf .-"iT ■sy^ M*'} ...late in the third quarter, converted flanker Roy Myers (84) rambled three yards for the fifth and final tally. Scoreless Ties Set Mural Pace Omega I 'si Phi's win over Sigma I'hi Kpsilon on penetrations highlighted the second week of intramural football and followed a trend toward scoreless games. It was the seventh scoreless game this year In Fraternity League "A" alone there are three teams which have not scored or been scored against after two games. Delta Sigma Phi. Sigma Phi Kpsilon and Tau Kappa Kpsilon have played games decided by penetrations. Sigma Nu shares the "A" League lead with Omega Phi Psi and Delta Sigm;i Phi. All are 2-0 even though the Delta Sigs haven't scored a single point. Sigma Nu leads the league in scoring with an aver- age of Hi.5 points per game. Pi Kappa Phi, Kappa Alpha and Delta Kpsilon tied for the le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 October 1969

PAGE 6"—TH6 CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, October 15, 1969 Book-Moving To Cause Problems As construction on the $3 million-plus North Texas Library nears completion, problems are arising The major head- YDs Back Moratorium The Young Democrats passed a reso- lution Wednesday endorsing the Vietnam War Moratorium boycott of classes and voted the club's support for the re-elec- tion of Mayor John V. Lindsev of New York. The club unanimously passed the mora- torium resolution against the war in Viet- nam YD leader Tom Lowe said, The USNT has endorsed it (the resolution) and it's only right we get out in full force to voice our protest against the war." The members split over whether the club had the authority to endorse a Repub- lican candidate for office. Don Bankston introduced the resolution calling on the club's support of Lindsev. saying there is nothing in the YDs' constitution prohibit- ing the endorsement of a Republican for office. In other club business. Larry Shaw re- signed as YD st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1969

, — i > A J The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1969 NO. 9 Day of Peace Ends With 9 Arrests * ☆ ☆ ☆ By TERRY KELLY And NANCY KEMPLIN Chat Staff Writers A peaceful day of protest erupted into an evening of violence as Moratorium Day marchers clashed with Denton police Wednesday night. Ten persons were arrested. Nine of the ten marchers spent two hours at police headquarters and were re- leased shortly after 10:30 p.m. Although arrested for "disregarding a lawful order of a police officer," no for- mal charges were filed and the names of those arrested were not released. The disruption followed an 8 p.m. torch- light march for peace around the block bounded by Avenue A, Chestnut Street. Avenue B and Hickory Street. The crowd, estimated at between 300 and 4(X) persons, finished circling the block once at approximately 8 20. Some of the war protesters decided to make an- other march around the block, but were told that the parade ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1969

PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, Octobtr 17, 1969 Hi The Campus Chat 52nd Ytir North Texas State Univartify, Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN •nd PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the Campus Chat reflect the opinion of student writers and not necessarily that of the North Texas State University Administration. Page Editors NANCY KEMPLIN TBRRY KELLY -SUE PETTIT BRENDA JOHNSTON BOB ANDERSON H. E. WILLIAMS GGORGE FLYNN Cartoonist Photographer Editorials Board new* news editorials amusement* sports sporta assistant news associate ED ROWE DAN WATSON The Campus Chat, student newspaper of North Texas State University, i published «emiweekly (every W H|n« s l«y nryl Friday I during the Ion* terms September through May snd weekly (every Thursday) during the summer session, June through August, except during review and examination per- iods and school \arations. i These Specs Are Really Priceless Museum Boutique Shows Mod Fashions « l * NT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1969

t . T , ™1 > * f * < A ♦ A A "f t t * <> * «i * /! X •I * > ♦ >4 * # * 1 > 'f y "/r V •f/ V Friday, October 17, 1969 Coeds Attend Mortar Board State Meeting Coeds from six Texas universities will gather at North Texas tonight and Sat- urday for Mortar Board's annual state- wide section meeting. University of Houston, SMU, 1CU, Texas Tech, UT at Austin and North Texas will be housed 01. Kerr Hall's seventh floor. Theme of the meeting will be "Direc- tion." Registration will begin at r, p.m. Dean Nancy Dickens will welcome the coeds at the Methodist Student Center at 8 p.m. and discussion groups will fill the evening. Dr. Don Beck of the speech and drama faculty will present a group sensitivity demonstration to the girls Saturday morning. Purpose of Dr. Beck's program will be to acquaint the coeds with group communication and the function of groups. PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHA&" A * L ft# IIMKIIIIIII Campus Calendar TODAY 6:30 1 m Newman club hayride and weiner ft•:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1969

PAGE 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, October 17, 1969 f 1 •-v.fMY ■ v:':; I'll llllllr'll'illilillllllllMHIlllllllillllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllll'llllllljl ^ ■ « « * M H ^ The Firing Line Newayiexico Ags To Host Eagles a North Texan VI. New Mexico St. Memphis St. vt, Miami <FI .) Cincinnati Wichita St. Tulsa VI. Kb. St. Drake ▼ . Neb (Omaha) Palla* ▼ 8. Philadelphia Hob Anderson North Texas by 2 Miami by M Wichita St. by 6 Fla. St. by 25 Drake by 20 Dalian by 10 H. E. William* North Texa by 6 Memphia St. by 3 Cincinnati by 14 Fla. St. by 14 Nebraska by 14 Dallas by 12 George Flynn Now Mex. St. by 7 Miami by 21 Cincinnati by 14 Fla. St. by 35 Nebraska by 4 Dallas by 28 T«rry Kelly North Texas by 6 Miami by 7 Cincinnati by 3 Fla. St. by 21 Drake by 14 Da!hi« by 21 Tom Kelley Mean Green Seeks Balanced Attack North Texan by 7 Miami by 12 Wichita St. by 14 Fla. St. by 21 Drake by 12 Dallas by 14 IWIIIIlflll v The North Texas State...

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