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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 November 1969

k* • L J '': 4 ■ 4 * i* > rf * « Friday, November 21, 1969 | 4 , g * . I I • I* I ■ k* ♦ ifr Eyecatcher iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Fort Worth frethman Bocky Fisher it this wook's Eyecatchor. Miss Fiihor, a secondary education major, lists swimming, travel and football at her favorite hobbies. — Photos by H. E. Williams Top Passers Meet r NT Seeks Aztec Scalp San Diego State's unbeaten Aztecs have been issued an invitation to the Pas- adena Bowl to be played Dec t> with I tali a leading con- tender for the other spot The \ztecs have a couple ot minor obstacles to over- come before then, however One ol the obstacles is the Mean (ireen and. from all indications, it won't be mi- nor. In fact, it could be a better contest than the post season game. Don Coryell's teams are used to win- ning His teams have a nine-year record of 7ti-l!-2 and this year's crew, the one Coryell calls his best, is H-0 with some past opponents still in shock. Last week, the \z...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 November 1969

- —■ - v;"W? Wl 1 PAGE 6—TH1 CAMPUS CHAT Around the Campus Firms Grant Funds NTSU's School of Business Administra- tion has received three grants totaling $4,500. General Electric Co. presented a $2,500 scholarship for unrestricted use in further developing the accounting program at NTSU. According to DR. PORTER HEN- DERSON of the accounting faculty, Col- lins Radio has made available a $1,000 scholarship for undergraduate students in accounting. The Price Waterhouse Foundation pre- sented another $1,000 grant for financial assistance to graduate students interested in teaching careers. These scholarships will be based primarily on financial need and academic excellence for either grad- uate or undergraduate students. DR. ROBERT B. TOULOUSE, dean of the Graduate School, will attend the ninth annual meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools in Washington, D.C., Dec. 4-6. The theme of this meeting is "Planning for an Uncertain Future." DR. WILLIAM H. GLAZE, DR. SCOTTY J. NORTON and D...

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

Ten Eagles Win AII-MVC Honors —Page 4 The Campus Chat Poet Pianist To Present Next Fine Arts Programs —Page 3 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1969 NO. 20 Senate Bars Observers From Meeting Dr. .John J. Kamerick, president of North Texas, appeared before USNT in a senate round table discussion. Tuesday. Nov. 25. The meeting was closed to the press and public, but Dr. Kamerick said that the topics he discussed with senators were beer in the Union Building and student referenda on his decisions affecting stu- dents. Orval Hall, vice-president of USNT. said that he and Dr. Kamerick agreed that the meeting should be closed. Mall said that the round table was a chance for rapport between students and Dr. Kamerick, and it served as a chance for Di Kamerick to be out of the public eye. William (' Lindley, vice-president for student affairs, attended an open forum session prior to the round table discus- sion He answered questions concerning parki...

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

ALL AMERICAN and P4CEMAKFK NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the Campus Chat and readers letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Campus Chat, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Unfair to All 'Greek Inn' Move Unsound Planning A dormitory complete with swimming pool, picture windows, wall-to- wall carpeting, old English dining room and catered meals may soon be a reality for North Texas women—some of them, that is. Unfortunately, it won't be available to the average coed. Join a soror- ity and you will have a much better chance of living in the College Inn. The administration, in an attempt to fulfill a long-standing commit- ment to give sororities off-campus housing, is considering a proposal to make the College Inn the official residence of sorority women, according to Dean of Women Nancy Dickens. The plan, as it now stands, will be bad for the sororities and un...

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

* * Wodnosday, D «mb«r 3, 1969 PAGE 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT • i# *14 tip #• # « ♦ 4 4 I • 4 Ik # * # U A A • n A •> • « * % I l A 4 # * « # • * « Poet, Pianist To Perform Kessler Reads Thursday Night A poetry reading will open the 1969-70 Lecture Series, and a concert pianist will present the next Fine Arts Series pro- gram Milton Kessler. American poet, will open the Lecture Series Thursday with a reading of his own works in the Music Re- cital Hall at 8 p.m. On the Fine Arts Series, American pianist Ann Schein will present a concert on Tuesday night at H p.m. in the Main Auditorium "HE (KESSLER) writes about tragic modern man, who is being ground smaller and smaller bv the monstrous machine of civilization that his own hands have made, and for whom life, love and free- dom are becoming less and less possible." explained Dr. Lloyd ('. Parks, a member of the English faculty "But his verse is not simply a howl, he modulates his protests through fresh imagery and new rhythms that expand ...

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

__ .JrKtyX!" flip? w<" PAGE 4—THi CAMPUS CHAT Wadnwday, D«««mb«r 3, 1969 ^ AP Names 10 Steve Ramsey Senior, quarter- back, 6-2,207, Dallas. All-MVC pick in '67. Ron Shanklin Senior, flanker, 6-1,177, Ama- rillo. Bound for Senior Bowl. To '69 All-MVC Teams Barry Moore Senior, split end, 5-10,174, Gilmer. Top NT receiver in '69. Glen Holloway Senior, guard. 6-3. 245, Corpus Christi. Pre- season Playboy All-America. Cedric Hardman Senior, defensive end, 6-3, 240, Houston. Joins Shanklin in Senior Bowl. Bernie Barbour Senior, safety, 5-11,181, San- ford, Fla. Punt return and place kick specialist. For the Missouri Valley Conference, college football's centennial year is over. North Texas finished the season in second place in the conference with a 4-1 MVC mark and a 7-3 overall record following the 42-24 loss to San Diego State. Memphis State, which handed the Eagles their only con- ference loss, clinched the title Nov. 22 by smashing Louisville 69-19. The Tigers finished 5-0 and 8-2...

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

* « • t * 6 ¥ • 4 * # • f? f 4 * * « « * * 0 «> 4 ( h * # • 4 * v « # ! * • • f • Inside Pianist Schein To Play, Lecture —Page 3 Texan* Win 'Mural Grid Title —Page 4 The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1969 NO. 21 McLaughlin Presents Topics for Senate Study USNT president Pat McLaughlin pre- sented his nine-weeks report at the regu- lar meeting of the student senate Tuesday night asking for a formal approval bv the senate on the President's Advisory Coun- cil and recommending five additional topics for senate committee study. McLaughlin said in the report that this semester s senate "seemed more con- cerned with student government.' but said that he was "distressed'' at the num- ber of student referenda the senators re- quest—especially when they each repre- sent 100 constituents. They should know the feelings of their constituents," he said The senate gave the green light to the President's Advisory Council, a voluntary progr...

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

PAGI2—TMI CAMPUS CHAT The Campus Chat 52nd Y«or North Taaot Slots Univ«r ify Danton, Taxoi ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor . * <■ m TOM KELLEY Business Manager Kditorial statements of the Campus Chat and readers letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that ot the Campus Chat, its adviser or the North Texas Slate University Administration. USNT Roundtable Paift Editors NANCY K KM F'LIN TERRY KELLY 8UK I'KTTIT U It END A JOHNSTON GEOIU7K I-LYNN H. E. WILLIAMS Cnrt oonint Photographer Editorials Board news news editorial* amtispmcntH new* nHHfx:into sports F.I) ROW*: DAN WATSON Th* Campus Chat. Ntudent newHpap'r of North T« ;«v State University, is published <r-rniw*rkly ievery Wednesday and Fridnyi during th< lonjr terms September through May and weekly fevery Thursday) during the summer session, June through August, exrept during review and examination per- iods and school vacations. SUBSCRIPTION RATF, $4 annually. F...

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

P « 1 4 * « ♦ * * * 4 4 * # « <4 * •# 4 • • I 4 > a * < * « I * « * • # * Friday, Docomber 5, 1969 Pianist Will Lecture, Present Concert Here Concert pianist Ann Schein, who has toured Europe several times and received the critics' praise for a Carnegie Hall per formance, will present the next Fine Arts Series program Tuesday at H p.m. in the Main Auditorium Miss Schein will also give a lecture at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Music Recital Hall Dr. Kenneth N. Cuthbert, dean of the School of Music and a member of the F'ine Arts Committee, invited all students to hear this talk The lecture will be on the problems and the promises for the young professional performer. After touring Europe, Miss Schein is scheduled to arrive in the United States today The tour included Iceland. Nor- way, Germany and England "IIEU LECTURE in Denton marks her first appearance in the United States this year." Dr. Cuthbert said. Miss Schein will perform "Sonata in A Major Op 120,' by Schubert: "Sonata ...

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

.• V ' 5 ' . ...... fivfs , ' I < m "tk r-':* PAOI4—TM« CAMPUS CHAT «w«4pA* sJcT- ". , S? (MB 3Gtf T * ! J*-* £* ** ! "< mmsmmmm* New Intramural Champs Texans Grab Title With 6-0 Win By GEORGE FOSTER Chat Reporter The Texans, winners of the Independent division champion- ship, defeated Sigma Phi Epsilon, Fraternity division titlists, 6-0 Wednesday to capture the all-intramural football champ- ionship. The contest was a hard-fought defensive struggle until the fourth quarter, when Maurice James, Waco junior, threw a 45- yard scoring strike to split end Noel Stout. Dallas graduate, for the Texan's score. Each team marched up and down the field during the first half only to be stopped by goal line stands. The Sig Eps drove to the Texan three-yard line in the first quarter, but a penalty wiped out a touchdown pass. The Texans moved into scoring position late in the second quarter to the Sig Ep one-yard line, but missed on a fourth down pass attempt. There were six interceptions in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1969

• # • • • f 4 « % « * « • I < ♦ 4 * ♦ • «h 4 R I I Friday, D*c«mb«r 5, 1969 Uncut? Uncensored? How About Underdeveloped? Eyecatcher If By GEORGE FLYNN Staff Writer Although many Americans will never see the Swedish movie "Fanny Hill," Congress should expect a deluge of letters from con- stituents demanding that the United States .break all diplomatic relations with that Scandinavian country for allowing such a travesty. Actually, the alleged flesh flick was an international undertaking. The location was I Sweden, the color cameras used must have been purchased in a Mexican border town, the title was taken from an English novel, was strictly American capitalist, and the movie's leading character possessed a brain that was 100 per cent Swiss cheese. FLYNN the advertising THE MOVIE WAS not hailed as a triumph in cinematogra- phy, but it was cited as one of the most advanced filth, er, art movies by publicists. It failed miserably at both goals. This film may give flesh flicks a bad ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 5 December 1969

[ '^iW™ W™4 liC;;! npiii^'": "fT", ,wv(i r,,., ,r^,r^,,,^,r , v^;': — , >-,' W "."•■•■■ .':'... v'-v*'- \ ■ '?. ,. --. r ..' ' * PAOE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT ■ <** ■ ■>;v,:!W'W]'-W .'« !T"<- wT.WHMBKS^^^WA Friday, December 5, 1969 Art and a 'Stuffed Bus This Volkswagon bus, stuffed full of plastic bags, and a sculpture by Kay Buttleman, at right, are two of the many works of art by North Texas stu- dents on display at the "Student Pre-Christmas Show and Sale" in the Art Gallery. The exhibit and sale is sponsored by the art department and ends Dec. 19. Micro-Conference To Study Therapy The tounder of the "rational psycho- therapy" method, Dr. Albert Ellis of New York City, who is also executive director of the Institute for Advanced Study in Rational Psychotherapy, will conduct a micro-conference here today. Dr. Ellis will present his approach to therapy through a film and lecture begin- ning at 3:30 p.m. in the School of Educa- tion Lecture Hall. The conference is spon- sored ...

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

Chat Scores Exclusive With HHH Interview —Page 2 The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1969 Holiday Shoppers Crowd Stores —Page 3 NO. 22 * ♦ I * i. I 4 • 4 « * 4 * * * * • « /n 7/)e News T/j/s Week VISTA To Show Film, Recruit Students Today "The Tenement," a film produced by CHS, will he shown today at 5 p.m. at the Baptist Student Center. Eddie Jimmerson, BSU president and Volunteers In Service To America (VISTA) summer member, will answer questions about VISTA. Miss Bobbie Boose and Richard Rhoder, VISTA re- cruiters, will also be on hand. "The Tenement" deals with the lives of several families living in Chicago slums. The film raises the question of how adequately Urban Renewal is solv- ing slum problems. The film will also be shown Thursday at 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. in Room 116 of the Business Administration Build- ing. VISTA recruiters are on campus today through Friday. Lack of Funds Shelves Seat Painting at Fouts Becau...

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

■ ••i!" - " . , FAOI1—THI CAMPUS CHAT The Campus Chat Slnd Y or North Ttioi Slat* University Denton, Ttxai ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor m TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements ot the Campus Chat and readers letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Campus Chat, its adviser or the North Texas State Universitv Administration Still More Trouble Lack of Planning Endangers FACE FACE, that nearly two-year-old-headache, may finally appear to the students of North Texas, despite USNT's efforts to help it along. The printer told a Chat staff member that he plans to be fin- ished with the book Dec. 12 or 13. Whether or not he will survive the job is still in question. Alice Tyler, chairman of the FACE committee, told the Chat that when she last talked to him, he was considering getting a loan to cover his expenses, since he had not received the $1,000 pre- payment promised. It seems that state law forbids prepa...

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

•• + * 0 * # ♦ 4 # ♦ ♦ # P * * ♦ ♦ | fc > I f < t i i l * | . .j. I' I I ♦ • I I I 1) • i * * * . i Wednesday, December 10, 1969 NT Ensemble To Feature Big Marimba A red, white and black bass marimba, played with a variety of mallets—some as biff as a grapefruit—is the newest addition to the NT Percussion Ensemble. It will be used in a recital today at 8:15 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall. The marimba, handmade in El Paso for NTSU, is one of the few instruments of its kind in the country. It will be featured in "Petite Suite," arranged by Ron Fink, director of the Percussion En- semble. The marimba, which has a bass range two and one-half octaves below that of a piano, creates an unique organ effect. "Petite Suite" was composed for organ by Gerald Bales. The 22-piece student ensemble will also present "Introduction and Allegro" by Dick Schory; the third and fourth move- ments from "Symphony for Percussion" by Stanley Leonard; and "Pliatan-Sounds of the Gamelan," based on the fi...

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

PAGE 4—THE CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, December 10, 1969 NT Maddens Hatters In Home Opener 85-75 ® • i ii i j ' ,r«fn1 /lonorfmanl By H. E. WILLIAMS end STEVE SHALIN Chat Sports Staff The Mean Green won its home opener Tuesday night, defeating the Hatters of Stetson University of DeLand Fla., 85- 75. The visitors were down 6-0 before the game was a minute old and never caught up. The largest margin was 25 points (60-35) two minutes into the second half. From that point, the Hatters began to click but the game was out of reach. In the first half, A1 Shumate hit five of five, both from the floor and from the foul line, to pace the Eagles to a 52-32 halftime advantage. Shumate finished the game with seven of seven field goals, five of six free throws and 19 points to tie Crest Whitaker for NT scoring hon- ors. Mort Fraley was right behind the sharpshooters with 18; Jerry Merck and Joe Hamilton also hit in double figures with 14 and 11. The Hatters, led by Bob Mack with 22 points and Derrell...

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

Wednesday, December 10, 1969 PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT • ♦ I A 4 « % • « # • * « # • * t 4 * ♦ * # * * * I 1 A ' A • 1 • t II • 4 • ' J ' * J Cager Owes Stardom At NT To Broken Leg Eyecatcher By KEITH YOUNG Chat Reporter Crest Whitaker owes his basketball stardom at North Texas to a broken leg. Whitak"'", a senior from Jacksonville, 111., at-ndfd Southern Illinois Univer- sity for years before transferring to North Texas. "I enrolled at SIU on a baseball schol- arship," said Whitaker, "and I only switched to basketball because 1 broke my leg." WHITAKER PLAYED four sports in high school, and was All-State in bas- ketball and football, and honorable men- tion in baseball. He feels that the major transition from high school to college basketball is in trying to get open for a shot. "You have to learn how to ma- neuver when you don't have the ball," he said. This season Whitaker has been chosen to the All-Missouri Valley Conference team by a pre-season poll. He was an honorublc mention cho...

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

PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT Wtdntiday, December 10, 1969 rpi IL M) * AKHfw < :i_v, it Santa Claus Turns Feminine As Coeds Donate Ditty Bags By BEN POSTON Chat Reporter Santa Claus comes this year with a coiffure instead of a beard, soft curves rather than jolly plumpness and sweet- scented allure instead of the pipe odor. The women of NT are playing: Santa for servicemen in Vietnam by donating ditty bags to support the Denton Coun- ty Chapter of the American Red Cross in its "Operation Santa Claus." The idea originated in Mrs. Marilyn Edgar's Home Economics 140 Home Nursing class, sections one and two, which donated about 50 bags. The idea spread to the women at Clark Hall, and they donated another 9ti bags. Mrs. Bertha Nelson, chairman of vol- unteers for the Red Cross, said that the Denton County quota for "Opera- tion Santa Claus" was 400, and to date 560 bags have been shipped. NT Clinic Project Scottie s Trip To Aid Irving School Children Ditty Bags for the Servicemen These four ...

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

T ► « * I " * Eagles To Play Marquette Saturday —Page 4 Students Look at Draft Lottery —Page 2 The Campus Chat ■m 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1969 NO. 23 ♦ < * 4 * 1 * 4 ♦ ¥ * <5 * ¥ < % ft k « ■•-> * SS « 4 1 ♦ « : « i 'it "; * • t % • ,i f V • > In The News This Week Student Free on Bond After Charge of Burglary No additional burglary charges have been filed against a North Texas State student previously charged with one burglary and questioned about one other. Joseph A. Malveaux, 19, is free on $1,000 bond charged with the burglary of an apartment. Malveaux, LaMarque sophomore, told The Campus Chat that he had been charged with only one case and the charge did not involve all of the items reported stolen to police. Malveaux said the Chat story on Dec. 5, written from police reports, implied that he was involved in more than one burglary and that the charge against him involved all of the items reported stolen. He also ...

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

.iw,^ ♦,* * ' ? ■■■>■.:;- :.vl ... ; ' , • •■ ■ . /■'•'y??? ' ■• yV^ :■' ■■.■ i . FricUy, D«c«mb«r 12, 1969 f.• ,-[9?- ■ ? | l AGf 2-THI CAMPUS CHAT The Campus Chat 32nd V* North Toot Stat* University Denton, Toiai Students Defer to Lottery Shuffle ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor i TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the Campus Chat and readers letters ref lect the opinion ot the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Campus Chat, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration Step by Step Coeds Rock Boat, Deny First Goal Coeds are being handed a big juicy bone by this school's ad- ministrators, but unless they remove their teeth from the hand that is trying to feed them, they may lose it. For years coeds here have been clamoring for off-campus housing. Now, in its second year of being, the new administration is considering a move in that direction in the form of off-campus housing for sororities. But instead of...

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