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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

Friday, Sept. 22, 1961 The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS-ACTIVITIES Greeks Set Dates For Rush Events Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma Phi Lambda Chi Alpha Theta < 'hi Kappa Alpha be hi'id the next Alpha President* of the 10 frutcrnltie« oil campus met Monday afternoon i<> draw for open house and smoker dates for fraternity rush. Thto fall'* ruBh schedule, is- sued lent spring, wan approved by the group, although minor date change* had to be made. Dates for open houses at the i fraternity houses art- us follows: Sept. 24: I- ft p.m. Sigma Phi Kpsilon !)• 5 p.m. Kappa Sigma 7- it p.m. Phi Kappa Sigma l)-l I p.m. Geessle* Sept. 25: ft 7 p.m. 7- p.m. ii-11 p.m." Sept. 2<i: 5- 7 p.m. 7- it p.m. Smokers will week us follows Oct. 2: 7- it p.m. !t>ll p.m. 3t 7- It p.m. it'll p.m. I: 7- it p.m B-l l p.m. (let. 5: 7- i) p.m. 9-11 p.m. Oct. 6: 7- it p.m.- Stoma Phi Kpsilon it-11 p.m. Kappti Sit;ma The lnterfratemity Council as- signed people to tables in the Uli for this week's rushee...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

"Itfjl ■If ipiijiM' PAGE 4—NEWS Increase From Last Year The Campus Chat ay. „ lfx .h U, ■ ,iv J( ■' '' : 3 WCWWIBHMMM I Friday. Sept. 22. 1961 454 Named to Spring Honor Rolls Sixty-four uttudents have lieen named U> the 8.0 lint for lust •prinif Th > total in a tt'< per cent iiu mw nvcr the 55 to|< Htudent* hated for the spring of I960 An even larger increase was recorded on the 2.8 honor roll, which include# the names of .'WW North Texan*. This represents an 1(K per cent increase over the total for the previous spring, when .'180 Kt udent«■• were li*ted The following had 3.0 record# * \dam -(.au Gloria Joyce Adams Jimmie 1.. Alexander, Carol Anstey, Linda Ann Bodiford, Bartvara Ann Bri*- tow, Joe Fowler Brooks, Anjrie Marie Brown, Barbara Jean Brown, Samuel 1.. fatter, Carol J Chapman, Margie O. Corbin, Ruby Daniel, Paul Rooney Dan- iel*, William O. Kbell, Norma A. Edicington, Martha A, Kttenburx, Marilyn R. Forrester, Mary N Fortenberry, Billie Wayne Frank* and Helen C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

. I Friday, Sept. 22, 1961 R,mdy Riuwn . BROWN DERBY ' Chat Sports Mitoi Of Coaches and Men The job of h«?a<l football conch at an iiiMtitution of hiKhw learning in not an easy one. A coach ha« many prob- lem to t ace along with diverse and curious occupational hazards. F rinstancc, a head coach must face a constant barrage <>' advice, abuse, threats, moans, groMtt and gnunh- mg of teeth from such knowledgeable sources as alumni, reporters, player*' parents, the SPCA, etc. Most of these people know little or nothing about the care and feeding of a big time football team. . . or anything thing else for that matter. Matter of fact, they probably couldn't tell you whether to use a five or seven iron when attempting a 30- yard field goal. lint when a coach has a bad season these sundry brain trusts would thrust the poor man's head through yonder noose and leave him for the buzzards. FORT! MATKI.Y, FEW IF ANY of these "experts" abound in the general vie'- ,ty of Denton. Unfortun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

ffi '■fyi*' ■" PAGE EDITORIALS For NTSU . . . ■ ... One Battle Fought; Another Just Begun University. One word, but it represents the dreams and efforts of people who have attended North Texas, taught at North li< xas. worked at North Texas at some time since its founding. These individu- als working together and on their own thought the ideas, wrote the words and did the tasks which have made NTSU possible. Many of these people are not around tfi see their handiwork. Some of them are obliged to view it from great dis- tances. Conversely, many of us who are here and able to take advantage of univer- sity benefits had no part in the build- ing. But we and those who follow will have t he equally important job of main- taining and extending. The North Texans of the past wanted their school to be a university. That milestone has been passed. The goal of Just Look Around . . . present and future North Texans must l e to make their school the top univer- sity. In pursuit of this we mus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

>' ■M- ■■$<! Friday, Sept. 22, 1961 One-Way Streets Add to Confusion As Dorms Open New one-way streets added to the confusion Sunday as thousands of cars rolled onto campus for the o|H*iiinic «f the university's 13 dor- mitories. Despite the congestion, police imported no tickets were given for illegal driving on campus one-way streets. The system became effec- tive Sept. 4. Returning student • found the unfamiliar street system required extra attention and sometimes meant going out of the way to tret to a place. -% Denton Police ( hie) Vnd\ Vii- derson -<aid this week the system wa- doing a (food jolt of moving traffic along faster. One of the most congested cot'lM'ls, Anderson noted, was Avenue A at Chestnut in front of the Adniinistration Building. He indicated a change may l e made there later. The one-way streets created more problem*: there are more speeding violations than before and there have been a uumber of collisions from drivers to rning left from the wrong lan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 22 September 1961

"" : • PAGE 8- SPORTS rn f 1 f'i J The Campus Chat Friday, Sept. 22. 1961 Hepatitis Attack Takes ■ McWatters From Squad Entire Team Inoculated As Precautionary Measure R; BILL McWATTERS, hard-running sophomore fullback, was strickcn last week with infectious hepatitis and will be lost to the Eagles for the entire season. Eagle Grid Schedule Sept 2M - Hardin-Simmons (AliiltMit'l 7 :U) p.m St'|)t ,'W — Brijrham Vounjf (r tentnn | 7 HO p.m < Jet 1 New Mexico State (Denton i 7 30 p.m Oct. 14 University of VVichit t l Dentoni 7 Mil p.m t )rt. 21 -• I'liiversity of Tulsa (Denton I 2 p.m < Ht 2K -— University of Cituin nati If in.) ■) p.m Nov. 4 __ Urake University ( Denton I 7 :w p.m N'n\ 11 Mcittphis State i Memphis I -> p.m Nm IS — University of Uouisv lie (Denton i •t p.m Nov. 25 -- Texas Western (HI l'asoj H p.rrt KIBLER OFFICE SUPPLY COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS ' X' ' :r'i. : c.jpr v r-rjstiqua-'f" ROYAL—Standard/Electric/Portable SMITH-CORONA—Electric Portable/Standard Porta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1961

m The Campus Chat 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 27, 1961 NO. 2 Petition Deadline To End 2nd Phase For Fall Candidates State Tax Hikes Board For Fall Dorm-Dwellers lly JOB Ml ItltAY A slight expense iiWroiiM not listed in the new University Catalog surprised utmost all dormitory-dwelling North Texan- this semester Because of the new stute Hales tux, board cost in the dorms has increased by BO cents for women and $if> cents for men. Officials rea- Honed thut men will eat more. The $5 dorm increase was announced last spring, Init of com •• the tux bill could not be anticipated. Because the new tux passed after B '3* .A TWO HUNDRED NINETY-FOUR, NINETY-FIVE ... Hannah Nell Dungan, McKinney, seems simul- taneously amused and bewildered at the increased number of pennies a student accumulates with the advent of the state sales tax. Although it would be difficult to collect this many during one day's shopping, North Texans still notice additional ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1961

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS This Weekend . Eagle Football Needs Support of Students The North Texas Kagles play their first home foot (mil game of the season at 7:.H0 p.m. Saturday at Fouts Field. At approximately the .same time, the Saturday night exodus to the Dallas- Fort Worth area by students of this uni- versity will be going on, and, as has happened so many times in the past, a fraction of the 8.500-plus students will attend to cheer Eagle gridders as they seek their second win of the young sea- son. This is what will happen if students maintain the attitude they've had in the (HifHt concerning shirts at NTSL'. They feel that football and basketball games are "second rate" at North Texas, and they make the trek to the metropolitan area seeking more excite- ment and more interesting things to Trimester System . . . do. Yet many of these same people will pay high prices to attend football games of so-called "major colleges." These people must not think the uni- versity itself is second-r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1961

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1961 Freshmen To Gain Sisters in Ceremony Kurh frenhinan tfirl will ttuin an uppcri-laii* "bijf his" Thursday in the Biff-Utile Sister adoption Ct-rt'inonie*. The adoption, <)Mnwnd by Women's Forum to acquaint new arid old Htudentu and promote friendliness between the two will he held in the Main Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Mrw. Mary Bruce Hur< will play the priM't-KMiunal, "Ftdlow tin- Gleam." while Hophomorc and freshman tandleliKhlt'rs perforin the <andlelu(htiiiK ceremony. Sophomore i-andleli^htem will be Mary Ann laom, Melva Jo ("ox, Karen Koiirnk, June Johnson. Sunan MfCarly. Hetty Sue Boyd, I.aura l.t'KK and Suniiii t urd. I harlotte RutlifT and Vnni'tte Gravani will represent the rre hm«n. A ft or th« invocation, given by Sue Mini:ins. Dr. Imojrene Hit-key will introduce the speaker*. in- cluding one reprenentiitive from each clua*. Ruth Sandei a, frealtittan, will <peiik on education; Barbara Lul.t liers, sophomore, on opportunity; Hetty Chapman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 27 September 1961

II ! H t'<V: ■ 5 HUL-IHII > W T'i lliiiiiill ItltSils III iwsfflMMMmm PAGE 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday. Sept. 27, 1961 Eagles Sneak By Hardin-Simmons Cowboys 9-7 p w ' w ^ *rs?Bir wf> BROWN DERBY wt FHn kp EJmL Bobby Price Kicks Field Goal To Clinch Win in Final Quarter Three for lea Football is a funny A ranch can put months <>f sweat, strain and ulcer pro- ducing stomach acid into the development of hi* fool! ml I talent. He cmh iimtmrt, cajole. plt-atl. cry. pull hair out bv the roots, go on a hunger strike and put his players on bread and water and kicktipoo joy juice in an attempt to make a winninir football team. But. sure enough, comes the moment of truth and all a coach can do is suffer And suffer. And suffer. You can't tell or how a man how to Itur an inflated pig s lielly over six feet of concrete-like turf on fourth down when II slightly berserk homicidal maniacs are sure that he's not going to make it Especially when these same man- iacs have lost l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1961

iiip «| V J sntHM t* '.trivf s ««t09 *•?!,* :cuu«« rlimn* Frosh Gridders Start Season Tonight at Wichita University — Page 5 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPT. 29. 1961 NO. 3 iBWWjg | ■ On^'Way — Wrong-Way .. it r\ i c Ex-Mayor Blasts I hiDA,,lZ Traffic Speeding II) JOE MURRAY Concern over u posslbb t raff it' problem ereuted hy the now um*- way street system has brought a protest to the Denton City Coun- fil hy former Denton Mayor Murk Hannah. "I'm not a chronic critic, nor am I Hieking publicity," Hannah told the ('hat. "But I am deeply wor- ried about the excessive speeds that the one-way streets have brought." Hannah's protest to the council came early this week when lie ap- pealed to the city to euse the traf- fic flow by opening Hit alley near hi* residence at 816 W Hickory. The allct in located between Welch and Denlon streets and has been ch ed to cars since "My family, along with 13 oth- er residents of the block, now have to go almost to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1961

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Financially Unsound The Campus Chat And She Loves It . . . Friday. Sept. 29, 1961 Cafe Owners Defend Stand on Expansion Early Bird Catches New Dorm Room There seems to Ik- growing concern among students at North Texas as to the availability «>f restaurant facilities in Denton. Many times students are heard grumb- ling about not being al U- to find a plate to eat at noon or night. This is true. Rut if the same students would go into these restaurants between 8 and 11:!M) a.m. and 1 and 5 p.m. They would see a small crowd of businessmen dis- cussing the world situation over half a dozen 10 cent cups of coffee Obviously, a restaurant large enough to handle all of Denton's potential cus- tomers at noon can in no way exist S<> per cent of the day on coffee drinkers. If the present local restaurant own- ers were to expand, they would have to hire more help, use more power and pay more taxes. These operators can- not expand their facilities unless they can expect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1961

Friday, Sept. 29, 1961 Formal Frat Rush To Open Wfrh Football Fetes, Dances The Campus Chat PAGE 3—AMUSEMENTS Hume football game celebrations and weekend dancea dominate So- fia! fraternity activities ait the Greeks move into formal rush weak. The first '(11 game at Pouts Field has la*eii hilled as this week's top entertainment event, with a number of parties scheduled as well. Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha will hoid open house at p.m. Saturday. Members will go from there to the came at 7:30, and immediate- ly following the contest will drive to the American Lesion Hall for a dance. The Nomads will provide the muNir. The KAh have already start- ed (crowing beards for homecom- ing. Pledge trainers for the fall pledge class are Jimmy (ierry, Denton, and Chnrles Randolph. Sulphur Springs. Theta Chi Members and rushees of Theta LCs Schedule Barn Dance Los Cubelleros, the riding club, begin* fall rush with a barn dance open to all students Tuesday. President Pat Busby said ears will leave from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1961

lip'' ,i' mm PAGE 4—SPORTS nil miii'lilliiiliill The Campus Chat ■'>'' ? 1IW8®1 Friday, Sept. 29, i| ' -v f, l.1 ' ( SoRl 1 \ . V. x>m. >< Jfffe v vt ' V**1/ /Xit<V\c,W-.r ■■Hfwilh Hi v-V . ¥ Conference Leaders Seek Second Straight Victory Eagle Track Captain North Teiai track captain lor the 1962 season is senior John Petti+, Alice. The Eagle captain is a fine sprinter but was plagued with a leg injury most of last season. For '62 Season . . . Saturday night's the night. With u victory over the Brighton Young <' UKiirs, North Texnx Ea- | kU>m c*hii regtfater mm many win# as > hey did in the whole of Im( year's dismal football season, And they can begin to erase from Kavfle I fan*" memories of the worst sea- *< n in NTSU football history. The Flock, which won its last outing against Hardin-Simmoim in heart-stopping fashion, has sev- [ cral reasons for looking forward j to the rest of thi current season | with optimism. Two of them are i Arthur Perkins and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1961

Friday. Sept. 29, 1961 They Want To Live That howl all you old Htandardx heard last fall (vou know, the onp heard from C'hitlin Switch and Lizard Lick) emanated from either one or both of two very legitimate sources. I he first wus the heart-rending screams of pain from the parched lips of intramural football players as they were drugged from the scene of knightlv combat into the traffic-jammed, conveniently waiting ambulances on or near the sidelines. The neeond wan from MweethtartH, friend* ami loved one* of the badly mauled victims ui anyone, for that matter, who could retain the tiniest degree of rational tliinkfn^ dining Football .Season. Both had at least one excellent point in mind: T„ aboliah con- ,a< 1 ''om a }>«111 t hiii -cvituI Iitni's a week had IK < 0|/||iW*tely insane individuals hem on mayhem and clf.de*tt uctton charging «' earh "Ihei with no |>ad , helmets or football protection of any kind. The screams of anguish from the* people were effectively #i- l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 29 September 1961

PAGE 4—NCWS Marching Band Music Inspires Majorettes To Higher Prancing The Campus Chat Th«" drum major Wow* his whis- tle. Plaaainf musH- if heard ai> the Marching Hand plays the fanfare. Everyone i* rn< tktnle *. That i , everyone except one sophomore and three freshman ifirls In fact, while all band mem- ber* have instructions to stand as still as possible, the majorettes' duties have just bejruti They, by no means, can stand still. Besides the fact that a hijfh- * tapper's Job is to twirl and dance to the music, Margaret Fteeland, Dallas, expresses it this way: "The hand is so good thut it makes you feel so alive." Mws Free land was one of the coeds named majorettes for the current school year announced re- cently by Maurice Mi Adow, di- rector of the band. "I was shocked when I won," says the 4-foot-9 prancer. "The (firl# were fabulous." A dam-in? and twirling instruc- tor, Miss Freeland bad not planned to try out for majorette as her studio in Dallas, Margaret Ann's Schoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1961

45th YEAR The Campus Chat Columnist's Coffee, Cooking Fills Chat Office With Green Jackets — Page 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1961 NO. 4 Fine Arts To Pursue Big Names Popular entertainment of the type of the Four Freshmen is be- iiiK sought for thiH year's Fine Arts lineup, Dr. Sam B. McAlister. Fine Arts Committee chairman, suiil Monday. lie made the comment after USNT President Mike Koury met Monday afternoon with numbers of the committee to express the students' viewpoint. Dr. McAliHter also said other musical and entertainment, num- bers are beinic considered and will l«* lined up if mutually acceptable dates can be arranged. ThiH season's first program now scheduled will be the Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater on Nov. 15 in the Muin Auditorium. Other numbers are Jose Greco, Cleveland Playhouse Players and the Dallas Symphony. Greater participation of stu- dents in the planning of the pro- gram h ia one of the goals of U8NT, and student represen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1961

PAGE 2—EDITORIALS Popular or Classic . , . Student Has In Fine Arts Voice Choices The Campus Chat Upswing in Employment Ahead , . . Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1961 Crisis Brings Economic Prosperity Programs scheduled by the Fine Arts Committee have recently caused con- cern among members of the US NT and ISO. Such interest is a healthy sign. be- cause the numbers arranged by the committee are for the students. With several programs still to lie scheduled this year, student opinion can be influential. Many complain that there should be more popular numbers, such as well-known popular singers. While no one would suggest that the entire series be devoted to such offer- ings, a few more of them would give wider variety to the year's program and make it truly something for everyone. Members of the committee endeavor to provide programs that the students want. Several difficulties are involved. It is not always possible to bring to the campus performers that the students would like to set', parti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1961

Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1961 In Bandera , , . Democrats Plan Workshop The Campus Chat if page j—amusements activities The Stall' Executive Council of Youiik Democrat* in aponaorinff a workshop in purty knowledge and participation Saturday and Sun- day in Bandera. The coat of the workshop, which will be at the Flying L Dude Hunch, is $1U. Anyone intereHtetl may contact the government de- partment. Young Republicans The state organization of Youiik Republican!) und the role of the North Texan chapter will lie dia- cuosed Thursday. The meetiiiK will he held at 7 p.m. in room 1114 of the Physics-Mathematics Building. All students are invited Theta Hie ma I'hi Theta Sixmu Phi, women's pro- fessional journalism fraternity, will hold a rush purty at f> p.m. to- day in the Yucca ofllee, room 10ft of the Journalism Building. All women in the field of communica- tions are invited. Following the party, members and pledges of the organization will meet for dinner at 6 p.m. at the Steak House. Ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 4 October 1961

PAtG 4—SPORTS The Campus Chat Wednesday, Oe*. 4, 1961 Eaglets Take Season Opener With 16-8 Victory Over Wichita The North Texa* new wings didn't deem the leimt bit damp Kriiluy nitcht • the freoh- man griddera flew oyer Wichita 16-8. A. D. Whitfield, 197-pound hulf. hark, counted all of the points by BILLY CHRISTLE (36), senior Eagle halfback, accounts for a part of the 128 yard* he gained against Brigham Young University Saturday night. BYU's Da- vid Cats (82) and an unidentifiable Cougar get set to stop Christie's ramble. I'hutu h> HHTTY 1.1NN NOI.I. Others identifiable arc BYU's Bruce Kochevar (62) and Kent Home (74) and North Texas' Chuck Holloway (35), Bill Kirbie (74) and Billy Weaver (61). Shocks Beat Cincy In Conference Play Wichita, 1960 Ifwoout'i Valley Conference champion, took u Htep in defeime of the title with u 81-13 conference triumph over Cincin- nati Saturday. Tulsa fell to Ar- kansas *10 on a rain noaked field in non conference action. Geoi'ife McKinney truided...

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