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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1970
t Despite New Look, Fall USNT Still Runs Into Problems U * By ROSE SHARP and TOM KELLEY Chai Reporters Student government adopted a new look this semester, but some student government leaders have expressed disappointment about the change We thought we would attract students who were willing to participate enthusiastically," said Pat McLaughlin. USNT president. "We still have the same delinquency problems as far as absences are concerned and the same lack of support for committee work Last spring, USNT voted to change the requirements for senators from running for office to merely presenting petitions with 100 names. The anticipation of 100 elected senators fell short of its goal when 58 senators were certified this fall term. Under the old election method onlv 35 seats were New Decade Brings Changes to Chat —Page 3 53RD YEAR Senators Cut Meetings; Senate Loses Bills open. Under the new method, 23 new seats were added AFTER THE THIRD or fourth senate meeting, one senator, who asked ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1970
PAGE l—THI CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, Jonuary 14, 1970 The Campus Chat Slnd V«ar Notth Tesas Stats University Denton Ttxot ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor © i\ TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the Campus Chat and readers letters reflect Ihe opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily lhat of the Campus Chat. Us adviser or the North Texas State University Administration For Better? Needless Change Can Cause Trouble A car with the bumper sticker slogan "America—Love it or Change it" could carry the key to our sociological upheaval. There is always a movement afoot to change something. Every two or three years there is a cry to change the name of the university—any university. Texas Tech once wanted to be a "state" school. Then there is the University of Texas at Dallas, which is located in Richardson and no university at all but. rather, a graduate study center. Now, again, there is a cry to change the name of NT's yearbook from Yucca ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1970
Wednesday, January 14, 1970 PAGE 3—THf CAMPUS CHAT * I i i' >3 '* •!« ■ I I ■ I I i\ t i !' i lg I I ill le le ill in (it ed" (ill in >o| ire of ■rv ,n nd tei In ii n ral 50 1!) I % NT Music Graduate Finds German Opportunities Better By KEITH STETSON Chal Reporter Ambition, besides the necessary talent, is the open door to a young singer's sueeess. believes Elaine Cormany. lyric coloratura soprano and NTSU graduate who holds a two-year opera contract with the Stradttheater in Saarbrueckcn. Germany. Miss Cormany visited NT last week in preparation for her role in Kalaidescope" by Merrill Ellis, which was performed with the Dallas Symphony Sunday night. Opera must be the number one love in life for a successful singer. There can be branching interests but this must be the last line, said Miss Cormany. Once you get to the top you can always come down. If you stop in the middle you can t get up. You must make the most of every opportunity given you It may be your last chance,' she...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1970
M0I4-TMI CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, January 14, 1970 Subs Form Vital Part Of Winning Cage Crew By KEITH YOUNG Chat Sports Staff Along with the starting five, players on the bench have to do their part in order for a basketball team to be successful. Jerry Merck. San Antonio sophomore, is one such player for the iNorth Texas Eagles. In several games, Merck has come off the bench and done his part in preserving an Eagle victory. Against Stetson, Merck entered the game in the first half, and went on to score 14 points. Saturday against St. Louis. Merck started and came down with six clutch rebounds. MERCK THINKS that the unity on the North Texas team has been outstanding this season. "There's not really one star who carries the team; everyone is coming through," he said. "The bench has also done well. Players come in and do the job.'" Merck, known by the coaches for his hustling and excellent outside shooting, had a short, but outstanding high school career in basketball. "I didn't make th...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1970
i r * * •• -U 4 U • J* !♦ <. i • * > L« * > I* ♦ i * Wednesday, January 14, 1970 ■ ' ' ' ;>h' PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT Playoffs End Intramural Season By GEORGE FOSTER Chat Sports Staff As this week ends, another semester of intramural sports concludes. After intramural league play ended .Ian. 9. playoffs for the intramural volleyball championship took place Monday between the four league winners. Fraternity League "A" winner Phi Kappa Sigma (6-0) played Fraternity League B champion Sigma Nu (B-0 for the Fraternity division representative at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Independent League A" winner, the Graduates, played the Texans, "B" League champion, at the same time to decide the Independent representative. The two winners then played for the intramural championship later Monday Eagles Ctest Whitaker (22) and Joe Hamilton (10) attack Nevada Southern's Lou Small with their two-on-one passing play. Sequence camera caught Hamil- ton passing to Whitaker who put it in for two evening. ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 January 1970
EHgjjlP. PAOK A—THS CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, January 14, 1970 NTSU Reforms Underway By Grad Student Council Voter Registration Continues Potential Denton voters line up to register at the 31, is an attempt sponsored by the USNT to sign up as designated table on the second floor of the Union many voters as possible, in anticipation of a beer Building. The registration drive, which will end Jan. referendum election for Denton. Is Shelley's Poetry for the Birds? English Prof Examines Famous Poet The next time someone tells you, That's for the birds," tell him to go read Shelley. Far from being for the birds, Shelley's poetry was about birds. His 19th century poems made 243 references to birds, according to Dr. Lloyd N. Jeffrey of the English faculty. Dr. Jeffrey described Shelley's use of birds in his essay published in the "Keats- Shelley Journal" by the Keats-Shelley Association of America, Inc. in its 1969 issue. Dr. Jeffrey divided his research paper into three categories—favorable a...