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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1969

Friday, Octobtr 17, 1969 PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT * u I > 1 oti t 4 f* If > * A r -f w * JV 4 w ft i- <fc * % V 4 t > I X I V ft ' V V f? v*-- mwWH i fiJrtj * .: >*SW # 4fe4 Eyecotcher ;%w& The Many Faces of Football A. v \ Almost everyone gets involved in the gridiron war at one time or another, at least as an observer if not a par- ticipant. College campuses seem to be particularly well- suited for such contests and North Texas is no exception. Sometimes the bottles break out more or less spontane- ously as in the case of the Campus Chat vs. Yucca game (left). Theta Chi and the Sammie', pursue the game on a more sophisticated level in intramurals, as do many others (center). The ultimate, of course, is the Mean Green, a complete precision football machine with let- ter-perfect tactics (right, NT vs. Weber State). Enlightenment lll!!lilir So This Is Football! ® ii I was invited to participate in a game of touch football the other day. It sounded like tun; but I did...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 17 October 1969

<?> PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, October 17, 1969 International Club Grows, Plans Oct. Variety Show If you were an American student visit ing a foreign country where would you go for help? Probably to the American em- bassy. In Denton, a foreign student attending North Texas cannot turn to a Nigerian embassy or a Dutch embassy or a Pakis- tani embassy, but he can join the Inter- national Club The International Club was started three years ago with 20 members. Today, it has 70 members and Mike Uehara of Tokyo, president of the club, said interest in the club is growing. ONE OF THE main purposes of the club is to bring together foreign students. Anyone, however, may join the Interna- tional Club. "American students misun- derstand," said Uehara. "The club is in- ternational and includes the U.S. We need much help from American students." All sections of the world are well repre- sented in the club. Countries represented include Formosa. Japan, Nigeria. South Vietnam, Pakistan....

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1969

r In the News This Week Record Number of Senators Verified i 7 \ V 1 ♦ V ■* * * «< * r' J V * * * I1' Petition Deadline Today For Queen Candidacy Candidates for Homecoming Queen may now pick up petitions in the USNT office, located on the third floor of the Union Building. The election will be Oct. 29. If no can- didate receives a majority, a runoff elec- tion will be held Nov. 5 among the top three Deadline for filing petitions is 5 p.m today. Candidates need 25 signatures and must pay a $2 filing fee to have their names placed on the ballot. Qualifications for Homecoming Queen include a 2.3 (on the 4-point system) grade point average Drawing for places on the ballot will be today at 5 p.m in the USNT office. Can- didates will also draw for sign positions at this time. Campaign signs may not be displayed until after 6 p.m. Thursday and must comedown before 6 a.m. Oct. 29. President Recommends Lottery Draft System A move affecting draft-age NT students was taken in Washington thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1969

ff Wm T^imrn^ PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT ' The Campus Chat 52nd Yaar North Taiai Stata Univrcity, Driton, Ta«a ALL AMERICAN •■4 PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager How Long? Editorial itttcmfnU of th« Cimpui Chat reflect the opinion of student writers end not neceeeerlly that of the North Teiai State University Administration. Vietnam Key To U.S. Future Whether this nation or any nation so conceived and so dedicated to murdering and mutilating its young men can long endure is a question desperately needing to be answered. Few nations have had such a great opportunity to exploit peace as the United States had in the years immediately following World War II or again when victory was in its grasp during the Korean conflict. Whether our motives for foreign involvement have been to bring about peace to a beleaguered nation or to insure the safety of our own nation, we supposedly sought victory with all-out effort. A narrow strip of land in Southeast Asia pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1969

iU-u™_L. > * i* > * f V 1/ 1V* V Wednesday, October 22, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT Tall chief To Dance Fine Arts Ballet Conley, Bardas Share Spotlight 5c. International Entertainment These members of the International Club are among the participants in a variety show to be presented at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Business Admin- istration Lecture Hall. The program includes sitar playing; Mexican folk- dances; Thai, Indian and Russian songs; yoga and karate exhibitions; and music by the Tex Allen jazz group. By JEAN ANN JUNGMAN Chat Reporter Marjorie Tallchief, sister of the famed ballerina Maria Tallchief, will dance the starring role in the next Fine Arts Ser- ies performance. The Dallas Civic Ballet and the North Texas State University Symphony will jointly present three ballets, "Les Syl- phides," "Annabel Lee," and "Firebird" on the program to be presented at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, in the Main Auditor- ium, The director of the program is George Skibine of the Dallas Civic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1969

■c,: •• • •".v'y.'V'-v^v ; • f PAGE 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, October 22, 1969 t M' Mean Green Slashes Aggies, 30-12 t I 1969-70 Eagle Basketball Team Coach Dan Spika's Eagle basketballers began workouts Oct. 15 for the coming season. Members of the squad are, left to right, Norman Williams (soph.), Jim Struck (jr.), Neil Adams (sr.), Herb Larkins (soph.), Ephraim McDaniel (soph.), Stanley Menn (soph.), Mort Fraley (jr.), Chuck Green (jr.), Al Shumate (jr.), Jerry Merck (soph.), Crest Whitaker (sr.), Tom Wolfe (soph.) and Joe Hamilton (sr.). Depth Apparent Cage Workouts Begin AH systems are go for the 1969 North Texas basketball team under the leader- ship of Coach Dan Spika. The Eagle roundballers officially open- ed their training program last Wednes- day. Each day they go through three hours of drills in preparation of their first game Dec. 1 when they will journey to Natchitoches. La., for a non-conference contest with Northwestern State. With 14 players on the team, Spika wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1969

.■ V I?. 4 Wednesday, October 22, 1969 Eaglets Take on Kittens in Houston Freshmen Search for Working Offense PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT Can't Happen Here Aggies Show Spirit HUH tiMIWIIIIIIWIIIIIIillllltlllllUllllltlHHIinilUlllillllffilininittlllllt!!!1!"!!!!]!!! ' H. E. Williams ■ I[P if o > * ^ i" * !♦ * • I r v By STEVE SHALIN Chat Reporter The North Texas State freshman foot- ball team will he seeking its initial victory Thursday night when it takes on the Uni- versity of Houston Kittens at Houston. The Eaglets under Coach Gary Ness have suffered two setbacks in as many contests this year. They lost their first game by one point to Navarro Junior Col- lege. 7-6, and their second to the TCIJ Wogs, 27-7. NELSON Eaglet quarterback Tommy Nelson will attempt to generate an offense against the Kittens that has been lacking in the first two games. Nelson has hit on 41 per cent of his passes. He has completed 28 of 67 for 265 yards but has yet to complete a touchdown throw. NELSON'S LEAD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 October 1969

PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT GED Test Available At Guidance Office Parents and high school dropouts who never received a high school diploma can now do so through a program available at the Guidance Office. No matter what their reasons for not getting their high school diploma, these people may have a way of equating them- selves with high school graduates. This can be accomplished through the General Educational Development (GED) testing program. In 1960, the U.S. census revealed that about 62 million Americans 25 years of age or older had never finished high school. THE GED TEST is offered at NTSU under the supervision of the Texas Edu- cation Agency. Test scores are reported to the Austin agency to qualify the indivi- dual for secondary school entrance tests. For a fee of $5, interested persons may take the GED test in the NTSU Guidance Office, Room 251 of the Administration Building, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the following dates. Oct. 27-31; Nov. 17-21; Dec. 1-5 and Jan. 12-16. 26-...

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

4 1 «r. • Afro-American Student Association Drafts Constitution — Page 3 Eagles Host Unbeaten Louisville Saturday Afternoon — Page 4 The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1969 NO. II Senators Bring Enthusiasm to USNT, Look at Blind Students' Problems In The News This Week Denton Youth Charged In Abduction of NT Coed SULPHUR. Okla. (AP) - A Denton. Tex . youth was arraigned Thursday on charges of kidnaping a North Texas coed and interstate transportation of a stolen car. Howard Benton Lane. 19. was jailed in lieu of $5,000 bond on each charge The Federal Bureau of Investigation said Lane was arrested by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol south of Sulphur Wednes- day evening, after allegedly abducting a 17 year-old North Texas State University coed in Denton The girl told trooper Don Compton she was taken against her will under threat of a knife. Clocks Fall Back Again As DST Ends Sunday Your weekend will be an hour longer than usual this w...

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

PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT Fridayt Oetobar 24, 1969 The Campus Chat 52nd Y««r North Texas Stat* University, Denton, T« ALL AMIRICAN ■ad PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor x © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statement* of the Campua Chat reflect the opinion of student writers and not neccasarily that nf the North Texas State University Administration. Restraint of Force Police Actions Deserve Praise Major disturbances and discontent have rocked many universities in this country. Some schools have nearly been destroyed by radical ele- ments that propose to change an institution by force. But why has North Texas State eluded such disturbances? The administration's tolerance of divergent groups and a student body that can expound on their grievances are two factors that have prevented North Texas from erupting into turmoil. However, there is one more group that is responsible for the calm on campus. It is the Denton Police Department. In times of campus crisis the police departm...

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

Friday, October 24, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT * -n * • it • b * m ¥ + If H * * > * r 1 f • *• « * f A * * 4 « • 0 # * k * P * * A * « AASU Aims To Promote Love for Black Heritage The Afro-American Student Union (AASU) has drawn up a constitution in its effort to achieve recognition and formal acceptance as an authorized cam- pus organization. Willie Rowlins, a member of the or- ganization's executive committee and last year's vice-president, explained, "Our basic aim is to unify the black stu- dents at NT to help them re-establish a love for their black heritage." It is a symbol of representation and identifica- tion for black students, said Rowlins. THE AASU is an organization built on the efforts toward black liberation and Afro-American progress, he added. It is not a national organization as is the NAACP, While the latter is pri- marily financed by whites, Rowlins dif- ferentiated the AASU as an organiza- tion . , of blacks, for blacks and by blacks." He said that white fin...

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

page 4—the campus chat Friday, October 24, 1969 Unbeaten Cardinals Mean Green Seeks Third Straight Win Invade Fouts I Fir;ng Line Game By H. E. WILLIAMS Assistant Sports Editor What may be one of the tougher grid battles in the Missouri Valley Conference will take place at Fouts Field Saturday afternoon when the Louisville Cardinals come to town with a 3-0-1 record. The Cards bombed Marshall last week 34-17 They opened the season by match- ing Drake 24-24, then went on to beat Southern Illinois 17-14 and Dayton 24-17. Head Coach Lee Corso is in his first sea- son with the Cardinals. After playing quarterback at Florida State from 1953 to 1957, Corso coached ends and backs for the FSU Seminoles for two years. It was Corso who called signals in FSU's 59-0 rout of the Johnny Unitas-led Cardinals in 1953. He also spent seven years on the coaching staff at Maryland and three years at the U.S. Naval Academy. LAST YEAH THE Cards were 5-5 but played the last half of the season without a hea...

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

r ( I r 4 Friday, October 24, 1969 Pokes Play NY, Keep Wary Eye On Redskins DALLAS iAPi - Dallas coach Tom Landry is very aware of Washington look- ing over his shoulder in the National Foot- ball League s Capitol Division. Washington has been winning its games in the fourth quarter and that's where you have to win them," says Landry. Dallas is 5-0 while Washington is second in the division with a 3-1-1 mark Landry refuses to predict what record it will take to win the division but savs. Ii will come down to our games with Wash- ington." The Cowboys meet the Redskins Nov. 16 in Washington and in Dallas Dec 21. Washington has always proved trouble some for Dallas and now, with old antago- nist Vinee Lombardi as head coach, the Cowboys are expecting a li^ht to the finish. Dallas, which hosts New York be fore the national television cameras in the Cotton Bowl Monday night, had what Landry called the "best game I've ever seen us play in the first half against Philadelphia last Sunday Th...

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

PAGE THE CAMPUS CHAT Department To Establish New Council A Student Advisory Council to help bridge the communication gap between faculty and students is under formation in the School of Business. Dr. Clifford E. Hutton, new dean of business administration, is looking for an up-to-date list of all student organizations and officers in the School of Business for the proposed council. "The president of each organization needs to check with me and give me a list of the officers," Dean Hutton said "The problem now is that organizations are forming for the current year; they're still in a state of flux," he said. The council will give students a way to communicate with the dean and with the faculty, he said. It will meet monthly with the dean and faculty to discuss any issues or problems they've encountered. Dean Hutton sees another advantage to the council. "By organizing as one unit, the organizations can act together on creative projects that no one organization could handle alone," he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1969

, 4 ♦ t t> > 4 1 * \ •' * >' 1 4 t « % T/jo/'s "Refractions," Not"Retractions" —Page 2 53RD YEAR The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1969 NO. 12 Feathers Fly As Eagles Whip Cards —Page 4 Controversy Delays Yucca Beauty Contest This year's Yucca Beauty contest is up in the air because of a protest from black students. The North Texas chapter ol the NAACP (National Association of Colored People) claimed in a meeting Friday that the first night of judging was unfair because there were no black judges. The final judging was postponed and the groups met again in closed sessions Monday and Tuesday but were deadlocked The NAACP submitted a list of guide- lines for the contest. The major item was the suggestion that ihe judging for semi- finalists be voided and the contest with all 7t> candidates be held over. Bobby Watkins. junior from Waco, said that the committee of black students was backed by the NAACP. the Afro Ameri- can Stud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1969

PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, October 29, 1969 The Campus Chat 52nd Year North Texes State University, Denton, Teiat ALL AMERICAN Hid PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor x © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statement* of the Campus Chat reflect the opinion of student writers and not necessarily that of the North Texas State University Administration. It Just Didn't Everybody's Day At Parade Rest Everybody's Day did not happen. There are some who "don't know why'' it didn't come off. It just didn't. When the first rumors of the event's demise began to filter in, the stor- ies were wild, unfounded and slightly macabre. As the rumors became facts, discrepancies became apparent between one faction's explanation and the other's. The administration, represented by William C. Lindley, had very little to say when approached by the Chat. He explained that, while the organ- izer would have been held responsible for any disturbance of "the normal operation of the institution." th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1969

* ;♦ it f * * * * f * M f 4 r * * * * 4 * t a %.r * 4 * « • *> m m * # * 4) M Wednesday, October 29, 1969 Staff Shows Over 30' Art From Dallas Over-Thirty.'' an exhibit of paintings ol the last :)0 years on loan from the per- manent collection of the Dallas Museum ot Fine Arts (I)MFAi. is on through Nov. 19 in the Art Building. Hay Gough. Henry Whiddon. Wilfred Miggins, and Ken Mavis, all of the art lac- ultv. are responsible for the selection and display of the show. Gough and Widdon are co-chairman of the exhibit com- mittee The human figure is represented in every painting in the show. "The human figure is the unifying element and has been depicted in a period of over 30 years, said Higgins. who has long been associated with the DMFA. "The variety is tremendous as far as technique, styie. and handling of the sub- ject matter is concerned. " Whiddon said. One of the paintings, "Nine Men," by Joseph Hirsch, was once the center of controversy in 1955 between the museum and the Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1969

x o ^Gl 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, October 29, 1969 :'\'V Eagles Shuffle As Cards Fall, 31-13 RUST "We're going to be hard to beat now." iDHS Club ! Hosts Pokes Dallas Cowboy fullback Walt Garrison of Levvisville and Cowboy coach Ray Renfro. a former North Texas and Cleve- land Brown star, will be featured speak- ers at tonight's meeting of the Denton High School Quarterback Club. Garrison played his college football at Oklahoma State. The meeting, which is free and open to the public, will be at 7 30 p.m. in the DHS auditorium. Game films from the Denton- R. L. Turner (Carrollton) g ime will be shown. The Broncos won the game 21-0. the second major upset of the year for Denton ■I". By H. E. WILLIAMS Sports Editor We'll be back with a pretty good team in two years. You wait and see," said rookie Head Coach Lee Corso after his Cardinals suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of North Texas. The Eagles knocked off visiting Louis- ville 31-13 in the Cards' MVC opener....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1969

W dnt day, Octobtr 29, 1969 PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT 4 UH Kittens Nip Frosh by 3 ABOVE: With 6:06 left in the third quarter, junior cornerback Leonard Dunlap (25) picked oft a Cardinal pass at the NT 46, gathered a flock of blockers (Ballou, 71; Franklin, 70; Tucker, 76; Atchley, 85; Barbour, 22; Hardman, 80) and ran 54 yards down the sideline untouched. — Photos by Don Robertson The North Texas State Eaglet football team lost a 31-28 squeaker to the I nisei sitv of Houston Kittens Thursda> night ,it Jeppesen Junior High Stadium in Hons ton. Trailing 25-12 at the start of the fourth quarter, the Eaglets made a gallant effort to pull out what would have been their first victory of the season. With the score 31-28 and only 17 seconds remaining. Kan let kicker Niel Munns attempted an on- side kick, but it failed to travel the requir- ed ID yards The Kittens then ran the clock out for the victory. THE KITTENS were lirst to score when. w'(h only one minute and :Y2 sec- onds gone. Kitten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 October 1969

Wednesday, October 29, 1969 / * Profs Exhibit Mini-Classroom, Hope To Skirt Teacher Problems Child Support —North Texas Style Although only 6,000 spectators turned up at Saturday's Eagle clash with the University of Louisville, there was full support from the children's ranks. At left, future North Texans team up on the crepe paper dangling from the goal posts. At right, a youngster takes on the big head as he tries on the upper half of the Eagle's costume. To the children's delight, the Eagles won the contest 31-13. Does Beauty Know No Bounds? Best Man' Now Sweeps Contests By HOLCOMB B. NOBLE Associated Press Writer Move over Miss America Your field of competition has broadened. Another barrier lias fallen in the fight for equal rights anil opportunity The tough, hairy men on college campuses have begun entering and winning homecoming day beauty contests At Temple University in Philadelphia. Marc "Margo" Frantz was singled out as more beautiful than the 10 other contest- ants—all g...

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