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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1961

DALLAS, TEX cowp Lamp us Chat Fessor Graham Gives Impetus To Stardom-Bound North Texaris — Page 2 45th YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCT. 6. 1961 NO. 5 Committee Offers New Float Prizes Four new prises In the Home- coming float contest have been added as an incentive to help make this year'* parade one of the most beautiful ever. Added to the usuui winners in the contest* for most beautiful and most original floats will tie a first and second place honorable mention. Another new feature will be the presentation of the Homecom- ing Queen at the bonfire Friday night. Traditionally, the i|ueen has been crowned and presented at half-time of the football game. The various subcommittees of the Homecoming Committee have been making plans for the big event. Miss Mary Ruth Cook, chairman of registration, announced that exes will register in the IJB Audi- torium from .'! p.m. Oct. 20 until 1 p.m. Oct. 21 After the game, registration will be held at the bar- becue in...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1961

r f a iPilll JWFfP1, i: \-; •.■0!!'i PAGE 2—EDITORIALS To Avoid Crowds The Campus Chat For Talented Collegians . . . Friday, Oct. 6, 1961 UB Courtesy Means Shorter Coffee Break Fessor Provides Stairstep to Stardom The Student Union Building is final- ly beginning to reflect the crowded con- dition* at North Texas, It is time that students used their UB but should they all use it at the same time? Coffee and conversation re- main the primarv activities there, but more and more students are seen watch- ing television and vainly attempting to study. The crowded conditions there were exemplified the other day when one stu- dent got up from his chair to remove his raincoat. Swish, his chair was gone. A vociferous exchange of adjectives fol- lowed and the student finally regained his seat. Many of the students who use the I B Snack Bar are there for no reason other than to occupy valuable space. Often during the noon rush, groups of students are seen absorbing atmos- phere while ethers, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1961

Friday, Oct. 6, 1961 Bearded Troops To Ride Again As KAs Play Parade Caboose The Campus Chat PAGE 3-AMUSEMENTS-ACTIVITIES Shouting, Iwarded men ride past on weary hornet*. and a cannon roars. As ihey streak past in gray uniforms, a Confederate flag rises above their flight. The scene relives a page in his. tory, except no enemy challenges these soldiers' fire. No dust flies from horses' hoofs or cannon wheels. Neither does paint give way to runt on the old war weap- on. This is the end show for the tMl Homecoming parade. Traditionally, Kappa Alpha Or- der climaxes the event. This year they have added a new cannon to the entry of horses and bearded men. It's a i-eplica built by the 1001 spring pledge clawKjind staled down to three-fourths tin- size of the Civil War weapon. It, too, fires with a loud boom. The pledge class built the ma- chine from new and old materials. The muzzle was molded in Dallas. While pledge members searched Senior Mary Arden Honors 40 at Tea Approximately 40 p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1961

PAGE 4 VPQO Eagles The Campus Chat to Third Straight, w R< ndy BM>wh BROWN DERBY Chal Spoils f dtiot A Letter From Granny We've done it a^ain. You'd think the prediction of Cleveland to win the American League pennant, choosing Johannaon over Pat- terson, picking SMI' to Ijp the outstanding college football team in the nation in I960 and saying that Roger Maris never hit anythng but a Chinese home run would be enough to discourage even the most avid of crystal ball gazers. But no. We had to go and pick Wichita to finish last in the Missouri Valley Conference. And Wichita had to go and beat the stuffings out of a fine University of Cincinnati ball club last Saturday evening. Fortunately, we are saved from an embarrassing por- tion by, of all things, our weekly communique from our own old Granny Frickert. Granny, as all of you surely know, is a football sage of no small repute. We herewith present her knowledgeable observations concerning the forthcoming week's football activity...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1961

Friday, Oct. 4. 1961 i I Eagle Halfbacks Take Valley Lookout Rushing, Scoring Leads The Campus Chtf PAGE 5—SPORTS • • • by Bob Dennard Billy <'hi i U* unit Chuck Holloway, North T«xm halfback*, tfmblted the lead in two Minnouri Vulley Conference statUtical de- jmrtnicritK after « good ni fht uKMimtt Briu hum Young .Saturday Christie'# yard* nicainst BYU kbvc iiim the ruMhing of 171 yank on :tl curries. Hollo way scored three touchdown* to take the scoring; lead with 18 points. With the victory over BY (J the Kuitlex iiIho captured fir t place in yards per uuinc nmhuiK with The tiOf. yMrd i rushinK for two KanieH i« more than any othei MV< team has picked up in three game*. Wich ilu, the runnei up, ha- 195 yards rushink. Kuifles l.eail NT8U h * a !U0 yard total offeiue aver- iijte, aiul Wichita's U7K.7 yards give the Whealshockerw second place. The Kagles are out in front in two defence depart merits, having held the opposition to 7.f> yard* rushing and 241 total yardage Alt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 6 October 1961

PAGfr 6 Nfw( The Campus Chat % (V Amateur Radio Club Ready For Emergency Action Work CHECKING A CALL NUMBER are Denton Amateur Radio Club member* Dale Finley of Joinerville and Mrs. J. J. Key, Den- ton, dispatcher. In cases of emergencies the club is ready to act as an alternate communication system. NT Professor Helps Initiate German Lessons Via Radio Thank* to a North Texas pro- "W«. said that the program will feasor, many people will noon he follow a regular cla*s schedule learning German via radio. "The first program will be Dr. Jacob Hteble of the foreigti , merely ari tntroduetioti and some A windiitorin hit* Denton. Phone linen and a radio tower, the usual means of eommunica tion, are knocked out of com- mission. In this type of emergency, member* of the Denton County Amateur Radio Club, equipped with two-way radiox and walk- ie-talkie net*, are ready to step in an an alternative communica- tion system. IN FACT, this actually hap- pened during lu>t April's wind- storm. It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1961

#i , " T •iVTlVfl ; j■ I?1|BIIVP|RR||ppppR SftN3Af 3T03 ISfe* In Sign Forest ... Rain Clogs Campaign By TEMI'LE POIWCKY Untimely fall showers, with help from the World Series, washed out th« planned two days of cam pun electioneering but could not halt today's bal- loting. Signs drooped and their colors ran att the rain kept campaign- ing <iown to the minimum both Monday anil Tuesday. The world series held the attention of stu- dent* until it* end Monday af- ternoon. The traditional speeches, live entertainment. bubble gum throwing and lollipop distribu- tion were missing. For at least one candidate the campaign ended early. Henriet- ta. the mysterious candidate sup- ported by Smurdly, was dis- qualified by the Elections Board because she did not file a peti- tion or pay a filing fee and had too many sign#. THE ANNUM. ELECTION furor liegan early Friday night as hundreds of eager canvas carriers descended on the old campus block. In two hours they transformed the area into a for- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1961

.**v ^fPvrt'w Sfcfc PAGE 2—EDITORIALS With Forethought. . . Drivers Can Promote 3S!?:*¥ry"':'™",!; i"!'1;,K'": '" i«g|2|p! .--■■ ^irf5:T'>' Success of One-Way MMM i Since the one-way street.-, went into effect, much has been said both for and against them, with each side staunchly supporting its arguments. The fact remains that the one-way system could lie made more effective and useful with more driver consideration and forethought. A solution to :he problem depends largely upon students, since the campus area has several one-way streets and a number of intersections where one-way streets become two-way One of the chief problems seems to be caused by drivers turning left off a One-way street from the right lane. What driver has not had to slam on the brakes at lea^t once to keep from hitting a car turning directly in front of him? Akin to this problem, though a little less logical, is the driver who turns right from the left lane. This situation probably arises from lack of plan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1961

• • Tm Wednesday, Oct. II, 1961 Mud Turtle Creator.. . The Campus Chat Puppeteer Becomes Student lly ART MMTIKY "North Texan* should quit rail- ing themselves Raffles and become tht- Mud Turtle*," Mickey Mud Turtle declared in a statement in- sued by his press agent and cre- ator, Ptelt Clayton, "Besides," he addt'd modestly in on interview Sunday night, "mud turtles are much prettier than eagle*." Mickey, a talkative reptile pup pet, who packed a lot of influence With the small fry as a star per- former of the "Mickey and Aman- da" television series, now lives at Denton an a special house guest in the Clayton home at It'J.'t Alice St. And with the I,ios attending classes at NTSU, Mrs. Clayton at work and three children in school, Mickey live* the life of Iteilly dur- ing the daytime, as he is able to watch TV at last instead of be- ing a part of it. Hu*> Schedule Until February, though, Mick and Dick had been kept busy six days a week in producing the most popular kid show. as e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 October 1961

lilfl SHBnHHHR H f AGt 4- SPORTS i..t,! 3 2 irmmmmw The Campus Chat Wednesday, 0«t. II, 1961 Aggies Deadlock -■JH|pppiHHPp it was a ff*me in which the i«or- injt proved nothitiK Hut it wan a jtume that proved plenty for North Tevan' youhk EmkUm). It proved that the Ka tlt'* wort' ready to take their place us a fine 1WM football team and an authentic contender for the Mi - nouri Valley Conference title. And all of this eante about when North Texan tied the New Mexieo State AitifieH 14-14 Saturday night at Kouts Field. The Ajrjriis were rated from H to 14 poiutti better than the Flock, depending on whether you bet your money in Texan or New Mexieo, but the Kutflea proved the "ex- pertm" all wronif as they foujrht NMS I'iirht down to the end. Ah u matter of fart, were it not fur bad field position in the final half, the Kaflex could have won very easily. The Flock unveiled u heretofore secret punning attack in the aecond quarter for ita aecond touchdown and connected on five of mix pas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1961

:■ • if wl||j| .|i. hiih((i i iiii^^p^l^iliuy i n^^pp^iqpipniiiiwi^ pi,.i..u,.ji«w«)1i SVX31 *«VT1V« a fi ra kv tj1o • *1B * * x 4 a to i a •00 S-1VB - s-x — " 45th YEAR mgjmmmm m f|' § I he Lampus fallback Perkins Eyes Future With Professional Grid Circuit — Page 5 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. OCT. 13. 1961 NO. 7 • ' 'I'llli'lUlM Baffled ID Card Holders Chant Ballot-Box Blues Now that we've got 'em what do we Jo with 'em? ThU Seemed the obvious question of student* Wednesday when they discovered the shiny new photo identification cards were invalid for voting purposes. Hut actually there was Rood reason: to uvoid double voting. Polling officials explained that if a student voted with the ID stub, then picked up his ID curd with it, it would In* possible for him to tret u second vote on the ID card. Those distributing the laminated photo IDs warned students thai they must vote with the stub before they exchanged it for the card. But the few who somehow slipped...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1961

T ™TifitoHBW ,.„. If ' lillliis™ ■P^T lr flrf'. ft , ■Bm.V. ■ 1 .si ap MGE 2—EDITORIALS For Underclassmen . . Educator Advocates Seminar-Type Classes Chances are good that you cut at least one class this week and dozed off sfveral times during lectures. But in spite of this, you probably scrawled out quite a stack of Class notes. This seeming paradox points up a question comerning the classroom sys- tem: Does it serve the purpose it was designed for'.' "Sheer waste" is what Nathan tllazer. an American educator and author, calls the average classroom in the October issue of Harper's magazine. "It is not particularly vicious waste," he writes, "except insofar as it dulls minds and irritates and frustrates stu- dents and teachers. Nor does it pre- vent useful and necessary things from being done in the colleges." A student listens to some 45 hours of lecture in each three-hour course during a semester. Few subjects in the humani- ties and social sciences can efficiently use this much l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1961

' T f ■ ■ - day. Oct. II, 19*1 The Campus Chat PAGE 3-AMUSEMENTS ACTIVITIES jreeks Accept 121 Pledges; atflR .Social frateriiiti** will welcome 1 pledges to their h<>u#e« tonight, edge acceptance in **t to Iwgin 7 f« i- most Creek letter organj- it ioiuh. Phi Kap|t .Sigma, t'i tppa Alpha and Kappa Sigma ill begin at 8 Kappa Alpha led (he fraternitie. th 21 pil?lt(fl'S i )t hi'is Bit' •in tula Chi Alpha, Hi; Kappa K iu, IB; Theta Chi, l:i; Si«ma u, 12; I'l Kappa Alpha. 11; Phi appa Sigma, 10; Signta I'hi Kp i ampus Calendar t-rldii), Otl. 13 > m,. Mu I'hi Kt.Hilou-Blgfn* Alinh* U u -iwh 0 p.m.. Ku|f|>it AI|>Iih i'lvctw iihmh Min- ion, fraternity houw- 0 |'j KII|I| M AlfliM •iiiMti.n. fmtvrnity tmutM- 0 | m . k hi jm siirmn pmu ' i>r«w*-nu- km. rrtMwtiity Iu um« Saturday. On. M ■m.. Mu I'hi Kpxilort Hitfinu Alpha lot* *u h ptm. HMZ pin.. Slum* Phi Kpailon •mljr, fruUTiiitv Hommc 10-7:30 p rtt,. 10 p.m -12 .30 « ru . IMu Munm Phi imrty, frntorriilv hou >« tO p.m.-1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1961

The Campus Chat PAGE 4-SPORTS IS HMR It #S I •: 1Xr-- ..■! mmmm —^<ikm ... By Bob Dennard '!. le M K| <M # t( (fc HI It )« h nr d. Vl l> 1« a ri u> el si tl a n ii h; h CM el Ii t' b f. ,s p b .]'■ I (I t- t o t r r WMpiiCT,! I L £ .'ifail Wichita Will Provide Valley Lookout Flock With Big Test The of North Tex** feivnee," llxud C>M ch Odut- Mitchell fr«W>inK the lli *<>un V llc> Ccm* ttld "But itV K«i i|r t he herd fere nee chi i>ifiti>n#hi|> ko h an tin t«> l«>nt a team thatV used to win line tow Saturday nijrht when ning, twjieeiiilly an* His*' Wichita," Ba#le m«et tamt yeerV ftr t-piace h* admitted. team, the Wichita Shmrk«ra. at Mitchell explained that the Pout* Field. Shoeker* are an exceptionally dif- "Whoevei win* thin one statu!* ticult team to defend aicainat. "In h m> «l chmtcf i>t winninit the eon mtme of t hei i utfenxiYe maneuver*, ' — it'* hard to t«II who is an eligible pilar, receiver and who is not," he Haiti. The Kat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1961

1 Friday. Oct. 13. 1961 The Campus Chat I : 1 1 i i PAGE 5—SPORTS BROWN Di I Pass the Band-Aids Wc sometimes wonder about things. We wonder how much mi fortune can befall uh, we wonder how in the world we're tfoiiiK to i>h«m thin semester and we wonder where we're tfoinjr to be when the H-BomLm be#in to fall. We sometimes even wonder when we're tfoinjr to predict the eorreet winning team of those marvelous contests of strength and skill known as football. But most of all we wonder what in the name of the T formation and quick opener North Texas has done to de- serve all of the evilly contrived, contrary to man. nature and the 7f> cent t up of expresso downright bad luck that the (ireat Mojo Hand Below has anointed our heads with over the past two football seasons. To enumerate the misfortune of last season would be much too lengthy and painful for our shaky little hand. But for those among you who are not in the Know we pre- sent the incredible hapitenings of this autumn. Firs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 13 October 1961

PAGE 6—NEWS The Campus Chat Friday, Oct. 13, 1961 Pedaling Profs -And Perhaps Ease Parking Woes Wheel In New Ira H> HIM IIOUHS Th* hi# ttetuMnd for parkin# h« imIwiwI in it n<'« tm thi* Cycling A|r«< Bk.vIi'* now frequent the cam- i 11 u f■. «iul the numbet «««n to I * slowly itu metric \t Unuwt nine nicmln'i's (if i h«a North Tutw facul- | ty now |K>«iii) tw -whpeJero, ami iu«'«*ri u? student* are fallowing tlwfr example **f havi- ro fiarkmjr problem," * l.)r, VV K Kuiiank jr of the his- | toi> department saiii "'And with; Mr I park ait dost* to my j rlmwmw a* anyone can get," l>r. Chester New land of the ■ >a i inimciit faculty like* bike-rid in* so well he huo just purchased a new one for hi# use "I find that the economy of time and money if saved by rid- ing a hieycle," he explained. Although North Texans never have catered to the two-wheel ve- hicles, the Northern universities < nd Hritish eountriaa find them a , onvenience And, ai-enrdutg to I r Ralph K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1961

The Campus Chat Eaglets To Battle TCU Wogs With Fractional Force Tonight — Page 4 45fh YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS iieshman Dies In Auto Crash Phillip AI Ion Kunkel, 21-year old freshman from Bowie, died in a car-truck collision two miles south of Valley View at 8 p.m. Sunday. The industrial arts major be- came the first traffic fatality of the school year Eight students died in automobile accidents last year. Highway Patrolman Bill <!ard- ner said Kunkel wax driving alone and apparently swerved head-on into a truck coming toward him in the opposite lane on Interstate : 5. Dr. Frank Nelson of the indus- trial arts department said that Monday morning was the first time Kunkel had failed to show up for one of the instructor's classes in two semesters, and that he was "the type of student that when he is absent you know something is wrong," Funeral arrangements are pend- ing the arrival of a brother, Bill Kunkel, who is it) Turkey with the armed services. Owens ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1961

3 Too Much 'University'. . . Do Students Abuse New Status "When I use a word." Humpty Dump- ty said. in « rather scornful tone. "it mean* just what 1 choose it to mean— neither more nor less." Lewis Carroll's storybook character proclaimed himself master of the words he spoke; they imposed no restrictions on him It appears, on the surface, that quite a number of North Texans also have little difficulty assigning their own meaning to certain woraa, or simply as- signing no meaning. One of the most commonly abused: university. It's a new word around here, and a lot of people worked a long time to get this status recognition for th< school. Rut it isn't a word to throw around loosely just because it's long and has import ant connotations in high- er education. When it becomes a mere status symbol, it loses its meaning One of the most obvious cases of using this word just for the sake of its sound is in the school song. "Uni- versity" has been awkwardly substi- tuted for "dear old co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1961

Wednesday, Oct. II, 1941 Critic Praises Sound Show At State Fair «> NNAB OOIIW "The Sound of Music" is indeed a sound worth hearing. Ah one of the main attractions lit the State Kail of Texas, the musical will continue through Sunday. Starring Florence Henderson, "The Sound of Music" it* the story of Muria, a young girl sent from un abbey to be the governess of the seven children of a widowed naval captain. The captain's idea of running a (muse is the same a* his manner of commanding a ship; everyone it* ummoued liy whistle and the chil- dren march, rather than play, for exercise. Maria use* music to win the af- fect ion of the children, and suc- ci eds in turning them into a cred- itable group of singers. The sev- en youngsters who portray the children give commendable per- formances in their roles Kach ban had considerable experience in previous stage productions. Maria eventually marries the captain about the tune Austria is invuded by Germany. The cap- tain's tierce loyalty t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 October 1961

Wednesday, Oct. IS. 1961 ii i fejSlwiHBi page 4—sports The Campus Chat lillllllll ■■ i'HiSK'S - ■ Wichita Deals Flock First Loss of Season Putting toireiht r h Rood irnnuxi but failing in the air, North IVxaK EairlfH uhkmi to the v*>*ity of Wichita 2(1 11 Saturday mifht at F'luts Fi«?ld The WichHa i'***'11*? tranu proved adequate, but the Eav'ks wet* untitle to loavc tht- ground. Without an aerial thivat which would have looneiied the Shockers' defen«f, tht Khi-U* aitiu-k bogtft-d down at crucial spots NTSl' rw FIWW Dirnn* i* 14 RuAhittK YiniB|« 117 PnAftirir YurilAr*- s *> 1 at f f> «r u by 1 s PunU S for SJ.fi .t for as r i<«t I ot A 1 of I YH rili K se Facinir the name defensive for- mation presented by New Mexico State last week. 7-1-2*1 aliirn nient, the Rattle* completed only one of eieht tosses. Three were in- tercepted A pair of alternate unit hacks, .1 R Durnler and Adolph Wilson, added considerable punch to Wichi- ta'* lineup, recording 44 and HP yards, respect...

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