The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 60, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1968 Page: 3 of 4
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Friday, Juiy 5, 1968
PAGE I—THE CAMPUS CHAT
Band Directors To Gather
For Week-long Workshop
Hand director* from the Southwest will
gather at North Texas State July 15 to
l egin a week-long Band Directors Work-
Maurice McAdow, director of the work-
shop, described it as "a week of intensi-
The workshop, designed for band di-
rectors from junior high through college,
consists of lectures and demonstrations
by the North Texas music faculty and
the school's new instrument repairman,
J. R. Kilpatrick.
Information of the workshop was sent
to educators of the Southwest. McAdow
said the response has been good, consid-
ering that many "will wait until the last
minute to decide about coming."
Lab Bands Set
July 12 Concert
The two Summer Lab Bands will pre-
sent the first concert of the summer
next Friday, July 12.
They will play at their rehearsal
hours, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m., in Music Reci-
tal Hall. Director Leon Breeden said he
does not have a specific program made
up yet since the bands are still reading
through new numbers. His only plans
call for "a wide selection of numbers."
The bands are different from those in
the long term in that many band di-
rectors and others working on higher
degrees in the summer are participating.
Some, regular members are also in
the summer bands.
PARTICIPANTS CAN KARN one
hour of credit if they have been accep-
ted in ti>e Graduate School. Those who
do not want the hour of credit are
exempt from the regular tuition fee and
pay only $6 for the week.
The schedule is a strenuous one with
clases beginning at eight in the morning
and continuing through the evening.
On Tuesday night, July 16, the direc-
tors will listen to a faculty recital in the
Music Recital Hall. McAdow said it
would be "nice for the visiting people
to hear some of our faculty." Seven
or eight faculty members will present a
variety of musical numbers.
HIGHLIGHTS of the week include
daily reading sessions with the Summer
Concert, in which participants will
read through different and newly availa-
ble materials. Film sessions will feature
movies of outstanding southwestern
Kilpatrick will give lectures and dem-
onstrations in care, maintenance and re-
pair of instruments.
Publishers have contributed free ma-
terials and samples of music and teach-
ing aids for the participants.
Dr. Kenneth N. Cuthbert, dean of the
School of Music, said the workshop was
started in the late 1960s by McAdow and
has become an annual event.
Bassoonist To Perform
Bassoonist Rule Beaaley will present
a faculty recital Wednesday at 8:15 in
the Music Recital Hall. He will perform
four numbers, with three accompanied
by Mrs. Jean Mainous, formerly of the
Senior Gets Place
In Oxford Program
Behind the Scenes
Judy Maerk stitches a tear in Isabella's gown as Dr. Robert Black's Drama
340 class prepares for its production of "Androcles and the Lion." Toni Pow-
ers (pictured) will share the role of Isabella with Darnelle Vanghel. Performances
wiM run Monday through Wednesday in the new Studio Theater. Admission
charge is 25 cents per person.
VIRGINIA CADDEL, a senior drama
student, has been accepted by Work or
Study Abroad Schools to participate in
a six week study program at Oxford
University this summer. After finishing
these studies, she will travel with the
study group to Wales, Scotland, Ireland
MEL TITTLE and HOWARD SWIN-
DLE have been named by Sigma Delta
Chi, professional journalism fraternity,
in a list of 57 outstanding journalism
graduates in the nation.
• • •
JOHN BROOKS, director of the busi-
ness employment service, was elected
chairman of the board of managers of
Flow Memorial Hospital. Brooks has
been on the board since 1963 and was
vice-chairman last year.
• • •
I R. J.tt.G. S1LVEY, director of the
Readers Theater To Present Series
£/ifts for All Occasions
Guaranteed Repair Service
CHARMS AND CHARM BRACELETS
WATCHES DIAMONDS - JEWELRY SILVERWARE
r*£)enton a .5ineil ^eweier.s
Downtown^—West Side of Square
A four-day series of lti dramatic read
ings and oral interpretations called
Readers Theater will begin Tuesday for
Dr. Ted Colson's Speech 350 students.
The student presentations are original
adaptations of scripts, articles, poetry
and prose. Each member of the class will
interpret his own work and help class-
mates with their interpretations.
Dr. Colson commented that the read-
Art students will present a Senior Art
Exhibition from tonight through July 12
in the gallery of the Art Building.
The show will be the second exhibition
of this six-week term and the first to
present senior work; the other one was
a graduate show.
The formal opening will last from 7:30
to 9 p.m. Saturday show hours will be
9 a.m. to 12 noon. The show will be open
Tuesday through Thursday from 9 to
12 and 1 to 4
Seniors participating are Dario Badillo.
Tommy Curry, Margaret Davidson, Kar-
en Farr, Sandi Henning, Susan Holden,
Gale Kirsteri, Elmagene Pennington and
Storewide Semi-Annual July
REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS — EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
YEAR ROUND WEIGHTS
One Group, Odd Sixes
now V OFF
Regular $15.00 Each
now 2 for $22.00
NOW 20° 0 OFF
NO CHARGES FOR CLOTHING LENGTH ALTERATIONS.
Other items, at substantial savings, include: Long and short
sleeve dress and sport shirts, shoes, socks, belts, Perma-Press
pants, walk shorts, ties, pocket squares, underwear, gift items,
tennis shoes and fall items that can be selected now and paid
for in September.
West Hickory Avenue
ings are not staged dramas they are
not acted out on stage. He also said that
Readers Theater allows the students to
bring to life "material r.ot prose fiction,
compiled or in script form."
TUESDAY'S READINGS will be "Don
(Quixote," directed by Thomas Moster;
"Man Is an Animal," directed by Doug
Tomlinson; "Alarms at Night," directed
by Kathy Sandquist, and "Comedy of
Kros," directed by Karon Shappard.
Readings on Wednesday will be "Our
Own Image," directed by Helen Weicker;
"Honey and Salt," directed by Susan De
Lee, and "The Prophet," directed by Taf-
Thursday's adaptations will include
"Boys Are Very Funny People," directed
by Richard Kay; "Am 1 directed by
Dorothy Biggs; "The Sun Shines Like a
Candle," written and directed by David
Stailey, and "The School Children," di-
rected by Sue Adams
I HE FINAL DAY'S collection will in-
clude five readings, "I, Too, Sing Amer-
ica," directed by Kvelynne Holmes; an
original script written and directed by
Bob Barton; "Listen to the People," di-
—--JOHN _ DAVID
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12:30 - 3:00 5:30 - 8:00
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TODAY thru TUESDAY
CAMPUS TOWN SHOPPING CENTER
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rected by Margaret Robiaon; ' Here We
Are," directed by Jerry Dickinson, and
"Rosemary's Baby," directed by Rita
The presentations will be held in the
Forum Room of the new Speech anil Dra-
ma Building. Room 188, at 2 p.m. each
afternoon. Visitors are welcome and
there will be no admission charge.
TERM PAPERS — ESSAYS
M.A. in English
biology department, has been appointed
to the Public Utilities Board by the Dei-
ton City Council. He has been a conaul-
tant in the area of water pollution and
treatment for other citiea. Dr. Silvey re-
places A. B. (SWEDE) SWENSON,
manager of the University Store,
JANICE HAMILTON, a graduate atu-
dent, ended her wait to a**- if she would
need to take a rabiea serum. She waa
bitten by a German shepherd puppy June
20, but she is allergic to the serum. How-
ever, no rabid dogs have been reported
to the county. If she had contracted
rabies, the symptoms would have de-
veloped by Saturday.
( APT. L. A. (BUTCH) POOLE, a 1926
graduate, was recently honored upon hi
tirement as a pilot for Braniff Interna
tional. Poole pioneered Braniff's !>atin
American route, and has logged over
3 1,000 hour* of flight in 28 years with
• • •
BOBBY DIETZ DAVIS, graduate of
Denton High School, received a $4,000
Moody Scholarship from the Texas In-
terscholastic League Foundation. He will
use it to enroll at NTSU this fall.
Class Ring -
July 5 ' •
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