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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1969

I >.*A, K * t : * > 1 .n + A ► ♦ Trick or Treat A Halloween party for the Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home was given by two ghouls'dorms this week. South Bruce gave one Wednesday night from 6 to 8:30, and West Kerr held theirs Thursday night 7 to 9. The pictures to the right and left were the decorations used at South Bruce. The top picture shows the children attending the West Kerr party. — Photos by Dan Watson ;t Inside Fine Arts Committee to Host Rock Musical — Page 3 North Texas Tries for Fourth Straight Saturday — Page 4 The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOLER 31, 1969 NO 13 In The News This Week Catalogs Available Today For NT's Free University Registration for the Free University will be held Wednesday and Thursday in front of the Union Building A catalog of courses will be available today in the UR near the Post Office. William Farmer, of the sociology fac- ulty and coordinator of the Free Univer- sity, said Hi cours...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1969

PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, October 31, 1969 is The Campus Chat 52nd Yaar North Texas State University, Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAI'KA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statement* of the Campua Chat reflect the opinion of student writers and not ncccassfily that of the North Texas State University Administration. Outside Arbitration Decision Required In Yucca Dispute The recent controversy over the Yucca Beauty contest may be an un- solvable predicament. A committee of students backed by the NAACP and numerous other black organizations claimed that the judging on the first night of the con- test in which 25 semifinalists were named was unfair. There were no black judges. A Negro judge was to be included in the final judging in which 12 women would be chosen to have a picture in the yearbook. However, there may be no final night. Yucca staff agreed to choose the finalists from the original 77 contes- tants. but the NAACP committee wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1969

-F * ♦ Friday, October 31, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT Fine Arts Committee Schedules Rock Musical An award-winning rock musical. "Your Own Thing.' will be the fourth presenta- tion of the Fine Arts Series, according to Dr. William F. Belcher, chairman of the Fine Arts Committee. II will be presented m the Main Auditorium on Nov. H at It p.m. bv Dorothy Love and Zev Bufman. the original producers. The play by Hal Hester and Danny Apolinar is an up-dated version of Shake- speare's "Twelfth Night The play concerns what happens after Viola and her iwin brother Sebastian are shipwrecked on Illyria. an island with many of the characteristics of New York. VIOLA DISGUISES herself as a boy called Charley' in order to audition for :>>llllfl!IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIII IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllWIHIilllll fi i I Hi; IIMI!!l!ll^il!l!l|l||HII l|lllllll!illfl'>' Campus Calendar TODAY Kappn D*ltn Pi, honor education society, initia- tion will not be hold. 11 a.m. -Drawing for Homecoming parade posi- ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1969

"" .. ■■■ ' • PAGE 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT Friday, October 31, 1969 The Firing Line iss-Firing Line H. K. Keith Uwt|t Twrr Tom William* Shelten Flynn Kelly Keller 22-7 (.759) 0-0 (1.000) 18-11 (.621) 23-6 <.7 S) 2S-6 (.7 J) GAME Cheryl Harriet Sue Nancy Brenda Snapka Garey Pettit Kemplln Johnston 0-0 (1.000) 0-0 (1.000) 0-0 (1.000) 0-0 (1.000) 0-0 (1.000) North Texas North Texas North Texas North Texas North Texaa by 21 by by 17 by 14 by 10 Memphis St. Memphis St. Memphis St. Memphis St. Memphis St. by 14 by 21 by 10 by 21 by 21 Uoiuisirille by 12 Drake by 6 S. I. U. by 10 Dultun by 10 Kent St. by 6 Drake by 3 S. I. U. by 6 Dallas by 13 Louisville Louisville Louisville by 21 by 6 by 14 S. Dakota by 7 S. I. V. by 17 Clevelund by 3 Drake by 8 S. I. U. by 10 Dulhis by 21 S. Dakota by 7 S. I. U. by 12 Dallas by 14 NORTH TEXAS VS. CINCINNATI MEMPHIS STATE VS. TULSA LOUISVILLE VS. KEN STATE DRAKE VS. SOUTH DAKOTA BRADLEY VS. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS U. DALLAS VS. CLEVELAND North Texas North Texas N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1969

9 ijM i r jJI fl # fti ' U y .1 A 11 4* * V * ¥ i |, * * A l • > • ' k* * « j > T Friday, October 31,1969 Innmen Clinch League Intramural Play Continues niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiira Eyecatcher The College Inn Innmen are the first team to clinch a league title in intramural football. The Innmen (3-1) won the Resident League with a 13-0 victory over previous- ly unbeaten West Dorm Hellcats (2-1). Danny Husband threw two touchdown passes to lead the Innmen to victory Mon- day. West Dorm has one game yet to play, but even a victory will not change the standings because of the Hellcats' loss to the Innmen Sigma Nu still leads Fraternity League A by virtue of a win over Tau Kappa Epsilon on penetrations. Thiw was the third straight game in which the TKE's have not scored or been scored upon, and have had their game decided by penetra- tions. Sigma Nu (4-0) played Sigma Phi Epsilon (2-1), tied for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 31 October 1969

'^fmr PAfci 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT pip Friday, October 31, 1969 Around the Campus Profs Elect Snapp Regional V-P •■■■SWVi'. v i \ ■' i&fLm- *;*• i DR. HARRY F. SNAPP of the history faculty was elected vice-president of the American Association of University Pro- fessors (AAUP), Southwestern Region, at the 17th annual AAUP conference last week at Lake Texoma. Under new provisions. Dr Snapp will automatically become president of the conference after serving one year as vice- president "DR. RICHARD S. HAMPLEMAN of the education department presided over the meeting and will remain on the newlv formed Conference Executive Committee for the current year." said Dr. Snapp "The establishment of the executive committee with meetings by the officers between regular sessions will enable the conference to keep in closer touch with problems that concern faculty mem- bers." said Dr. Snapp. Phi Beta Lambda. North Texas busi- ness fraternity, will help sponsor an open house tor NT exes on Homecoming ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1969

t' "j «• *>* ■ . ■■ -• ' US; >• ' • • -'•* f <v :>v* 'm % 0 . : ■<?*> ■ Collaboration Representatives of six black groups confer on plans for Friday's rally in front of the Union Building and march to the Administration Building. "We're not here to force a certain number of black girls into the Yucca Beauty section. We just want to be sure that the black girls left out lost fairly," Janice Johnson (center), NAACP presi- dent, told the crowd of about 70 blacks and their white supporters. Regents Underwrite Cost Of Lab Band's Swiss Trip By GEORGE FLYNN Chat Staff Writer The Board of Kegents voted Thursday to underwrite a $20,000 loan to the NTSI Lab Band to defray expenses for the band's scheduled trip to a Switzerland music festival next summer The Lab Band has been invited to ap- pear as the official big band June 17-21 at the Montreux. Switzerland, Interna- tional Jazz Festival. The money will be used primarily for transportation costs, with the festival paying fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1969

BP?- PAG! 2—TMI CAMPUS CHAT WadnMclay, Nov«mb«r 4,1969 The Campus Chat 52nd Year North Taiat Stata Univaraity, Denton, I ALL AMWCAN S3 PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Denton To Sprout With Airport JUCCS, C of C Ponder 'Decisions for Denton CHEKYL SNAPKA Editor TOM KELLEY Buainea* Manager Editorial statement* of Uw Campua Chat reflect the opinion of itudcnt writera and not naeaaaarlly that of ttw North Ttni Stat* Univaraity Administration. Specifics Needed Now Must NT Wait for Future JTT Elsewhere on this page a major planning committee announces Tg&or. wants to involve NT students in setting goals for Denton's future. committee suggests a campus recreation park, fine restaurants irifthe ' campus area, more apartments for couples with children and better com-, munications between the town and students. It sounds good, and it could make Denton a better place to live. But "future" means next year, or the '70's, or some other vague time beyond precise naming. What happens to the present? Probab...

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

. V' Wtdnctday, Novtmbcr 3, 1969 t f i> A M ♦ ><4 # <4 # « J < 4 to A * •* f ¥ * ft * 4 ♦ * # • * * * i Classic Rocks Ouf MHIIIIIIIIIMIM lllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllHIIilllllllilllilKr'j; Campus | Calendar TODAY 4 p.m.—Science filmw, "Let's Look at thf Laner" and "Gravity. Weight, Weijfhthwsm.'BB, ' Ruoni 104, Physics-Math Building. 6:30 p.m.- Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight picnic, Shady Shores on Lake Dallaa. THURSDAY Noon—Sack lunch seminar, Varsity Room, UB. 6:30 p.m. Phi Mu Alpha pledge Composition Re- cital, Music Recital Hall. 7 p.m.—SKA mwts, K<lucation Auditorium. 7:30 p.m. Free movie, "Rosemary's Baby," Busi- ness Administration lecture hall. 8 p.m.—Fine Arts Presentation, "Your Own Thins:." hit. rock-musical I based on "Twelfth Night," Main Auditorium. 8:15 p.m.—Faculty recital, Stefan Bardag, resi- dent pianist, Music. Recital Hall. "Your Own Thing," a prize-winning rock musical version of the classic, "Twelfth Night" by Shakespeare w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 November 1969

PAGE 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT " MM, :<■■■■' : . rv.j.-;. .v, < Wednesday, November 5, 1969 _ ^ ''in miiiiiiiiiiiii uiiiliiiiinil I IHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII1HIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Eaales Boot Cinev 31-30' fcu"'Valley Repori 1 (Compiled from wire reports.) 507 yards rushing. They added 45 yards K/ nassinp for another school mark of 552 There is not a heart specialist in the country who would recommend watching Bernie Barbour's last minute field goal antics. Last year Barbour broke a 31-31 tie with UT-E1 Paso by kicking a field goal with just 11 seconds remaining in the game. Saturday Barbour repeated with a last minute three-pointer to give the Eagles a 31-30 victory over the Cincinnati Bear- cats. The victory left the Eagles with a Missouri Valley record of two wins and one defeat. Barbour's field goal proved to be the winning margin, but the E^agles made it on a team effort. Down 30-7 at halftime before a Cincinnati homecoming crowd at Nippert Stadium the Eagle def...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

V* 4 4 * <* * f- „ • ■ .?'■ „ Tiara for One This crown, donated by General Motors, will be worn by the 1969 home- coming queen. The three candidates in the final run-off were Leslie Lang- land, Nicky Wilson and Pam Matthews. The winner will be presented by USNT president Pat McLaughlin at the bonfire behind Fouts Field tonight at 7 p.m. and coronation will take place before the game Saturday. — Photo by Roy Bray lllllllllllllilll An Editorial What Is Vol icy? At a time when North Texas is moving forward in areas of communication within the university community, it is regrettable that obvious conflicts still exist between at least one administrative official and some students. The situation should, can and must be changed by the emer- gence of William C. Lindley, vice-president for student affairs, from his noncommittal shell into the mainstream of student life, which he supposedly represents. When Vice-President Lindley came to North Texas, he was looked upon as a champion of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

PAGE2—THI CAMPUS CHAT The Campus Chat 52nd Yaar North Tt n Stata Uwlvtnity, Danton, Twn ALL AMKIICAN \ MM PACEMAKER NEWSPAPMt CHERYL SNAPKA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial stitmmU of th« Campus Chat reflect the opinion of ltud*nt writer* and not neceaaarlly that of the North Teaaa Stat# University Admin titration. Cyclamates, Cigarettes Paire Rditom NANCY KRMPLIN TKKKY KKLLY 8UK PETTI T MKKNIM JOHNSTON fillOIK.T I LYNN H K. WILLIAMS CnrtonnUt I'hotoifrnpher Editorials Board news n* ws editorials amusement* news associate sports KD HOWE DAN WATSON The Campus Chut student newspaper of North Trxn* SUlr University, is published nemiweekly 'every W MjnpN«lny and Friday> flurimr the lonir terms September through May and weekly (every ThursdayI during the summer session, June through August, except during review and examination per- iods and school vacations. 6ft 8tU)SCMPTlON RATE $4 annually. tk 1 ' V >>■;. : . & 3';:,: u / fa Friday, November 7,1969 CHAT FORUM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

Friday, November 7, 1969 Hard Work Precedes Weekend With Practice, Painting —Packing Weeks of preparation go into just one weekend of fun. Band members spend hours of marching time working to become a precision unit executing an entertaining half-time show. The Eagles struggle through numerous games and practices working up to an important game. Endless paper napkins become endless paper flowers to be poked into endless yards of chicken wire. Turpentine is hauled out for paint-sloppy females. Organizers organ- ize dances, coffees and luncheons. Students curse over hammer-smashed fingers. The end is a homecoming weekend full of color, laughter, tenseness and noise. And some celebrate homecoming by going home. Photos by Dan Watson, Cody Curry, Cheryl Snapka PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT fs ! : W y I r * i • * : 'I LOVE Hr jfeS'; ' TIM * -*w iiu J//.ft. It « -, 5-Tiv \ & North Texan of the Week rr' Kk \ 1 to* The North Texan of the Week is Bernie Barbour. At Cincinnati he scored the winni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

Friday, Nwnfflbw 7, 1969 Friday, eon Green To Host Shockers In Homecoming Grid Clash TV Mean Green will host the Shockers of Wichita State Saturday m the NT Homecoming game for I9t The Eagles own a 2-1 MVC record while the Shocker# are w>nless in Valley play and 14 lor the season The lone win came against Utah State in the WSU reason opener The Eagles won a last-minute victory over Cincinnati last week by only one point but. the win keeps NT within striking distance orf first place Memphis The Ti- ger* are 3-0 in loop piav after bouncing Tulsa 42-24 last week Memphis has one conference encounter remaining The Ti- £ 4 KENNY LEE lee it WSU's top runner and led the MVC until last week gers play Louisville in Memphis Nov 22 The game against Wichita has to be viewed as a must game for NT Should Memphis lose the Eagles would be in tine for a share o# the title After W ichita NT has only Tulsa in loop action and then San Diego State Shocker boss Ben Wilson is one of four MVC coaches in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

■ Friday, November 7, 1969 l AOf 3—TMI CAMPUS CHAT >• * | * * % « * D I • « "1 * w * * ** * 4 I * « * < * Miss-Firing Line The Firing Line CJwryl Harriet Hu. Nwicy Brmdi Snapka G.r«y Pot tit Ktmplin Johnaton 8-8 (.600) 8-3 (.600) 4-2 (.666) 4-2 (.666) 4-2 (.666) North Tnu North Texas North T«aa North Tcxaa North Texaa by 12 by 21 by 8 by 18 by 21 Cincinnati Lnuiavillc Cincinnati Louiaville Louisville by 6 by 6 by 2 by 8 by 8 Memphia St. Memphis St. Memphis St. Memphia St. Memphis St. by 12 by 10 by 6 by 6 by 8 Houston by 21 Drake by 6 Dallas by 12 Houaton by 8 Drake by 7 Dallas by 14 Tulsa by 3 Drake by 8 Dallas by 10 Houston by 12 Ark. St. by 7 Dallas by 4 Tulaa by 10 Drake by 7 Dallas by 7 GAME NORTH T8XAS VS. WICHITA STATK CINCINNATI VS. LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS STATE VS. BOUTHEKN MISSISSIPPI TULSA V8. U. HOUSTON DRAKE VS. ARKANSAS STATE DALLAS VS. NKW ORLEANS NCAA Notes BERRONG KANSAS CITY (MVC Service Bureau )— The league leading Memphis State Tigers put together another concen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

. t* j ^ , k 4< PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT :-Vv' fmmm 16 Bands To Join NT In Homecoming Array '■ '■, ' >'■ • ' '• Friday, Nov mb«r 7, 1969 ■ - < ■ \ ' ' 1 r Sixteen bands from visiting junior and senior high schools will participate in the Homecoming game's halftime entertain- ment Saturday afternoon. A pre-game parade of all the bands marching individually will begin at 1 p.m. and last until the North Texas Band takes the field for its regular pre-game per- NT Theater To Premiere The Guest' The Guest," an award-winning drama, will be presented by the University Play- ers Nov. 18-22 at 8 p.m. in the University Theater. The play, vvrtten by Ransom Jeffery, a native of Demon and a graduate of NTSU, won first prize in the 1969 American Na- tional Theater Academy competition for beginning playwrights. The presentation will mark the pre- miere performance of the drama. Dr. E. Robert Black of the speech and drama faculty, director of the play, said. "There are no precedents because t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

J> I «4 J y I • Friday, November 7, 1969 ■K ' ' f PAGE 7—THE CAMPUS CHAT HOMECOMING '69: What, Where and When 8:00 p.m. t > 9:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 12 midnight 8:15 p.m. t After the Bonfire 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ALL DAY ALL DAY 8:00 a.m. to t1 10:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. to 10:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m 9:30 a.m. CALENDAR OF EVENTS 1969 Homecoming FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 REGISTRATION, Foyer of Student Union Building. BONFIRR, PEP RALLY and PRESENTATION of HOMECOMING QUEEN and runners-up. OMEGA PSI PHI Cocktail Party, Holiday Inn. DELTA SIGMA PHI informal party for alumni. 1018 West Oak. School of Music Homecoming Concert. Program by Mad- rigal Singers, conducted by Dr. Robert Ottman, and Lab Band, directed by Leon Breeden, Music Recital Hall. Torchlight Parade and Dance, featuring Toronados of Texas Southern University, Women's Gym. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8 REGISTRATION, Fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 7 November 1969

PAGE 8-THE CAMPUS CHAT Campus Personals Story Brings Honors To Graduate Student MRS. JOY G. SPIEGEL, graduate student from Fort Worth, won a first prize of $500 in the Story College Creative Awards contest for her short story, "A Rotten Way of Life." Her story will be included in "STORY: The Yearbook of Discovery, 1970," edited by Hallie and Whit Burnett, to appear in February. Mrs. Spiegel wrote the storv while at- tending Willard Marsh's English creative writing course during the spring term. DR. 0. J. CURRY, who retired Dean Emeritus from the North Texas School of Business on Sept. 1, was honored with a banquet Saturday night at the Denton County Club. One hundred-seventy-five people attended. Members of the North Texas business administration faculty and staff, business instructors from several surrounding uni- versities. NT administrators, family and friends gathered to pay tribute to Dr. Curry, who has been associated with North Texas for 25 years. North Texas State University...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1969

' ■ ■■ -' I 4 i * H K 4 4) (■n Ex-Marine Joins Air-Force ROTC -page 2 The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1969 NO. 16 NTSU-Home of The Irving Eagles —page 5 In The News This Week Applications Available For Indian Teacher Posts Application forms and brochures on teaching positions in Indian schools are now available in the Placement Office on the second floor of the Administration Building. Regular recruiters from the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs will not be at NTSU during the spring semester as they have in the past. Graduates who have a teacher's certifi- cate are eligible to apply for the paid Civil Service teaching positions. No examin- ation is required. Friday Set as Deadline For January Graduates Graduate and undergraduate students who plan to graduate in January must turn in applications by Friday. The undergraduate applications must be made to the academic dean of the stu- dent's major field Graduates musl file in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1969

W«dn« day, Nov«mb«r 12, 1969 The Campus Chat 52nd Yur North Texas Stata University, Danton, Taias Double-Decker Sergeant No Joke ALL AMERICAN and College Life Interesting' After Vietnam CHERYL SNAPKA Editor © TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the Campus Chat reflect the opinion of student writers and not necessarily that of tha North Texas Stata University Administration. Talk Without Action Silent Majority Must Be Happy Some people sit back watching the world and wonder why nothing changes or is accomplished. They are the people who can't stand the sight or thought of those uncon- ventional humans known as hippies. Because they look different, their thoughts and actions must be all wrong. But they are the doers, whether their ideas and actions are right or not. And still these people talk and talk and then float back into their clean world of clean thoughts about lovelv clean vacuums. Last month only about 650 of the 15,000 students here took part in Mora- torium ...

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