The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1967 Page: 3 of 4
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Friday, June 9, 1967
To Present Acts
In Dallas Tonight
The NTSU Opera Workshop, directed
by Eugene Conley, will present scenes
from "La Hoheme" at the North Park
mall in Dallas at 9 tonight.
The performance will be sponsored by
the Dallas Summer Arts Festival.
The NTSU group will present the
opera. These scenes do not require a
Conley will read a short narrative to
introduce each act and to give back-
The cast will consist of 17 students
who performed that complete opera
earlier this spring.
They will be accompanied at the piano
by Miss Margaret Grubb and Larry
Walz of the music faculty.
Performing in the major roles will be
Henry Price as Rodolfo, Ralph Griffin as
Marcello, William Winters as Colline,
Robert Seibold as Schaunard, Ralph
Dowden as Renoit, Ann Morgan as Mimi
and Karen Allums as Musetta.
Corlis Emory will be responsible for
seta, and Chris Cowan will work the
The setting for the first act of the
opera is a cheerless attic in 'he Latin
Quarter in 1R30. Scene three shows a
tavern at a Paris tollgate on a snowy
morning. Act four returns to the attic
for the final scene.
The performance will last one and a
page 3—the campus chat
Mohat Heads School s AAUP
Meet Linda McGehee, a lophomore pre-med major from Dallai. She it 18,
like* swimming, dancing and "going to parties." Is she going steady? "Sorta,
but not really," she says. i'hoto by jim hahlow
"U!ll !!!l, H|| sit1
I K JOHN T. MOHAT of the math
fa. ulty has been elected president of the
NTSU chapter of the American Associ-
ation of University Professors for the
Other new officers are DR. JOSEPH
LO(« t K, English, vice-president; DR.
H \RHY SHAPP, history, secretary, and
ROSCOE ADKINS, government, treas-
DR. J. K. (•. SILVEY, distinguished
professor of biology, and A. C. HEND-
RICKS, pre-doctoral student, wrote a
paper for the annual conference of the
American Water Works Association in
Atlantic City, N. J., this week. The paper
was entitled "(Jas Chromatic Studies on
Taste and Odor Compounds in Water
• • •
DIANA CHASE, junior art student,
has l>et'n selected one of the 12 students
in the nation to attend a special art
program sponsored by Hallmark Cards
Inc. in Kanaa* City, Kan. The workshop
will be held from Wednesday to Aug. 23.
« • •
North Texas is among eight schools
selected to send art students to the In-
Dallas Musicals To Open Monday
First Production Features Carol Burnett
Wranglers & Lee Riders
FOR GUYS 'N DOLLS
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Hy GAIL MILLER
The Dallas Summer Musicals will be
as entertaining s they are varied. And
the presentations will be as different as
the actors who play the roles. This
season's repertoire will have something
The Musicals opens its 26th season
with the return of one of its most popu-
lar personalities—she holds first and
second place for attendance — Carol
Hurnett. Paired with her for the pre-
sentation of "Carol and Jim at the Music
Hall" Monday through Thursday will be
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We're glad you're here for the
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offering a FREE PAIR of $16.95
Jarman Shoes with the purchase
of any suit.
Also 20% off on our sport coats
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TV's Gomer Pyle, Jim Nabors.
This season's performance will be the
third in Dallas for Miss Burnett, who
played here formerly in her own show
and in "Calamity Jane." This will be
Nabors' first appearance in Dallas.
Second on the summer calendar is a
relatively new show, seen only in Dallas
once before. Jules Munshin will portray
the crafty Fagin in "Oliver!" June 26-
July 9. This Lionel Hart comedy wus
inspired by Charles Dickens' "Oliver
FOR THOSE who enjoy a timely clas-
sic of musical comedy, Rodgers and Ham-
merstein's "South Pacific" is scheduled
for July 10-23. The show has been pre-
sented four times in the Music Hall.
/This year's Nellie will be Nancy Dus-
sault, who appeared in the Dallas Mu-
sicals four years ago.
A first for Dallas for the try-anything-
once set is the production of the Broad-
way success "Sweet Charity." The mu-
sical, still running in New York, is a
Neil Simon-Cy Coleman-Dorthy Fields
hit based on original screen play by
Federico Fellini. Patti Karr, Broadway
singer and dancer, will play Charity Hope
Valentine. The production will the fourth
musical of the summer, July 24 to
FOR LOVERS OF beauty and pagean-
try of the King Arthur legend, the Mu-
sicals brings back the Iv4'rner and Loewe
hit, "Camelot" Aug 7-20. The king will
be David Carradine, who won praise for
his role in the New York play "The Royal
Hunt of the Sun." Gaylea Byrne will
play Queen Ouinivere.
('losing the series of six shows with
a touch of Scotch Aug. 21 to Sept. 3
will l>e the Lerner-Loewe favorite,
"Brigadoon." Jane Powell will portray
the Highland lass, Fiona.
For Carry Out or
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ROLLS AND THE SCREEN
ternational Design Conference in Aspen,
Colo., from June ik to 23. Those receiv-
ing fellowships are IlKN HERMAN JR.
and DIANA CHASE. MACK
VAIIGHAN, acting director of the ST
art department, will accompany them.
• • «
DR. <;. LYNN (iORDON of the art
faculty recently had an article, "Art
Strategy Profile," published by the Col
lege of Education of the Pennsylvania
• • •
A medal and 13 priie hooks have I><•«•!>
received by DR. MAK1AN DKSHA/.O of
the foreign language faculty for preaen
tation to meritorius student* in advanced
French classes. The awards were pre-
sented in the name of the French govern
ment with the compliments of JACQ' FS
DESSOl'DRES, French cultural attache
The medal was presented to Maria
(iuerra. The book* were awarded to Mar-
ian Milburn, Diane Wallia, Thomas Ma-
her. George Whitington, Norman Lowery,
Sandra Valentine, John Nelson Kelly,
Robert Thomas Martin, Mri. Catherine
L Smothers, Nancy H. Smith, Sandra
Samples, Susan R Hartley and Salpy
FRANCIS STEPHENS of the art
faculty has Iteen notified thnt he haa
won an awaril in international competi-
tion of "Creat Designs in Jewerly Fine
Arts Competition llJfi7" which was spon-
sored by D. Swarowski and Co. of Aua-
tria. He is one of 13 finalists who will
be eligible for $7,000 in prizea.
WILFRED HI(i<;iNS, asaociate pro-
fessor of art at North Texas, won a $460
prize at the ninth annual Invitational
Art Show in I.ongview recently. He won
for his oil "Scene With The Inner I."
That long, lean look — that ultra comfort-
able feeling — that new burst of color —
they're signs of the surfer. Gentlemen on
campus are eager to enjoy them all in
our summer collection by Jantxen and
McGregor. Plunge in and see.
$4 to $10
DOWNTOWN ON THE SQUARE
Ample Free Parking in back of the Store.
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Ahrens, Billy. The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1967, newspaper, June 9, 1967; Denton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307358/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.