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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1976

Thursday, June 24, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 • [ * I 't t '* * I • ■ t t' J.. TV ■1 * t f •> NT Holds Teachers' Workshops A high school teacher walks into the classroom to find her students loudly discussing the Washington sex scandals. Does she quell the uncomfortable dis- ruption of class routine or abandon the planned discussion of "Hamlet" to take up such a heavy issue? Whether to discuss such controversial subjects in the classroom and how to do it in a constructive manner is the subject of one of the modules taught by Dr. Reginald Hinely of the education faculty in a three-day series of workshops which began Wednesday in San Antonio. Four NT education faculty members are teaching eight modules of intensive education entitled "Critical Issues in Teaching to Texas Teachers." Partici- pants may take the seminars for one hour of college credit earned through NTSU under the support of the Texas Classroom Teachers Association. The same conferences will be offered July 2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1976

PAGE TO THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 24, 1976 1 wml -aSHiSBE* Mean Joe Tackles Greens In Denton Pro-Am Tourney Celebrities will abound in the 11th Annual Denton Pro-Am Golf Tourna- ment Saturday and Sunday at the Denton Country Club. Among the better-known people who will participate in the SI2,500 event are formef NT students Joe Greene, Phyllis George and Don January. 1976-77 Slate Greene is an all-pro defensive tackle with the two-time Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers. Miss George, a former Miss America, now resides in New York and is employed by CBS Television as a sports commentator. The Pro-Am will be dedicated to Miss George. Cagers vs. Majors Checking It Out Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS Bill Snyder, Mean Green quarterback-receiver coach, studies game films of Oklahoma State University (OSU) in preparation for the upcoming football season. NT coaches spend countless hours during off-season months learning techni- ques of future opponents. The Mean Green will play OS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

\ t The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 114 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1976 Festivities Explode For Denton's Fourth Celebration Reliving the spirit of an old-fashion outdoor rally will be the focus of the Denton Bicentennial celebration. In this 1903 photo, a crowd gathers for Education Day festivities at the Square. By KARLEEN HUMPHRESS Daily Reporter A pageant, parade, picnic and fireworks display are planned in Denton for the July 4 Bicentennial celebration this weekend. A tribute to America in songs and scenes of patriotism will begin the ac- tivities. The First Baptist Church will present the original pageant today through Monday at 8 each night. Live presentations will be part of the pageant as well as a performance by an orchestra consisting of NT faculty members and students. Movies of the past will be shown by former student David Wheatly, who is now a California resident. A Bicentennial Choir, com- posed of members o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 1, 1976 r An Editorial To Go or Not To Go? Not everyone should go to college. There are students attending colleges and uni- versities across the nation who are not capable of doing the required work. Many of these students were admitted under lax admission policies set to boost enrollment. Lax admision standards lead either to a high dropout rate or relaxed academic requirements. Either way, the student loses. !f a student drops out, he generally feels like a failure. If he graduates and finds that he cannot obtain or keep a job he feels defeated. Through dropout rates and relaxed academic standards, many universities and the degrees they offer, have come under fire from critics. Critics claim it is easier to get a degree now than it was 10 or more years ago and that too many stu- dents are getting degrees. According to Newsweek, economists predict there will almost surely be a surplus of college graduates for the next 10 years. North T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

Thursday, July 1, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 s {, <: i * iff • . i W ' « k k w ! , j V < I I v * Woody Guthrie: Spirit of r70's '30's Folk Singer Undergoes Renaissance r One evening in 1947, folk singer Woody Guthrie went down to Greenwich Village to hear his old friend Pete Seeger sing "Union Maid," a song Woody had written in 1940 about a young woman's willingness to die for the union. The chorus went, "Oh, you can't scare me, I'm sticking to the union." A drunk at a table near Woody started singing his own version, "Oh, you can't scare me, I'm a capitalist." Guthrie slung an empty beer bottle in the man's direction shouting, "It's peo- ple like you who stayed home making millions while we was out fighting the Fascists." This wasn't the first time Guthrie's temper had flared at the thought of the common people being exploited, and he had many ways of showing it. A FEW years earlier at a social affair in New York's Weston Hotel, he sur- prised a penthouse full of gue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

PAGE 4- Thursday, July 1, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY By RANDY W. ZEIS Daily Reporter Power Improvements Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS 'Luv' Triangle Dan Brantley, left, Hurst junior; April Hendricks, center, Garland sophomore, and Brandon Baade, Tyler junior, star in "Luv" in the University Theatre. It is the story of an unusual love triangle created when two old friends meet to help each other and one helps himself to his friend's wife. Outakes Theatre Renders lUV A two-act comedy entitled "LUV," by Murray Schisgal, opens tonight at 8 at the University Theatre and also will be performed Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. "LUV" is about two friends who save each other from suicide, then try to kill each other. It's a comedy which turns into a murder plot after one friend falls in love with the other's wife. Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton of the speech communication and drama faculty will direct the play, which is produced by the Summer Repertory Theatre. The three-member cast of "LUV" consists of Dan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

« ♦ '• 'i r • f * i ' * •. I • * \ i Thursday, July 1, 1976 Scholarships, Grants THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 Students Get Money Numerous scholarship!), awards and grants have been awarded to various NT students and departments. More than $35,000 in partial tuition grants and various other scholarships have been awarded to more than 300 NT students lor 1976-77, according to Dr. Hugh Ayer, chairman of the Scholarship Committee. Most of the scholarships are for $100. "I see a need for a sizable number of large scholarships to compete for high caliber students," Dr. Ayer said Mon- day. Since the elimination of the NTSU State Scholarship, the committee awards only one scholarship of more than $250. The State Scholarship, which awarded up to $1,000 on the basis of financial need, was discontinued last year by the Texas Legislature. CONGRESSIONAL INTERNSHIP Denise Bartosh, NTSU junior jour- nalism major from Taylor, has been selected as one of 25 American students to work as an intern i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

/ PA3E 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Dr. Newell Plans Computerized Lab A quantitative learning tab is being planned for the political science depart- ment by Dr. Charldean Newell, newly appointed chairwoman of the depart- ment. Equipment for the lab will include a computer and other calculating compo- nents with which stu- dents can play political games, like predicting election outcomes. The lab will be a teaching aid because of its direct availability to the stu- mciwci i dent, she said. It will DR. NEWELL also familiarize students with computers and allow them to see what a computer can and cannot do. Students can do various kinds of statistical work in the learning lab. OUTSIDE FUNDS for research and training are being sought, she said. A NT Senior Wins Dallas Eco Award The first NTSU student to win the Dallas Economist Club Award is also the first woman to receive that honor. Kathy Kallstrom, Grand Prairie senior economics major, won the award this spring in competition with five oth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

'I it I •' • A • f * • « •. I , • ' «it 1 v % Thursday, July 1, 1976 Data Prove Plan's Value For DWIs After a year of gathering data, Dr. Dick Miller of the Center for Rehabilita- tion Services, has proclaimed the Denton County Safety Education (DCSE) program a success. DCSE is designed to educate DWI (driving while intoxicated) offenders fol- lowing conviction and granting of probation by the County Court At-Law. The probated offender pays a $15 fee and attends the month-long course of DCSE, which meets for four consecutive Monday nights at Oak Street Hall. Before the DCSE program began, 25 per cent of the DWI offenders were ar- rested again for DWI within a year of their previous conviction. According to Dr. Miller, of the 600 of- fenders who completed DCSE, only two per cent were again arrested. DCSE is a joint effort of the Center for Rehabilitation Services, the County Court At-Law, the county-district at- torney's office, the Denton County Alcoholism Program and the Denton Cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 July 1976

PAGE 8 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 1, 1976 Seven Women Athletes Earn Scholarship Aid "> ;> L' ir'r r ■ «-- " J.&V1 i ' • , Ms1 m .- o' Iff; rI:lB .ttltA (r1' i Big Name ... Big Man ... Big Swing Photo by HONDA PHILLIPS Dallas Cowboy star Charlie Waters (left) hits a few practice shots prior to tee-off time in the Denton Pro-Am. Robert Newhouse (center) of the Cow- boys and pro Don January take their first swings in the 11th annual Pro-Am held last weekend at the Denton Country Club. January, a former NT golfer, finished in a tie for fourth place after hav- ing tied for first two years ago. By BETH ROSE l)aily Reporter For the first time in NTSU history, the women's athletic department has ex- tended seven partial athletic scholarships for the fall, acting As- sociate Athletic Director Nanyce Hood said Tuesday. In basketball, five recipients were named. They are: Cathy Acker, guard on the North Mesquite High School basketball team; Lisa Angus, former captain of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1976

•> ■> \f- . * > New Requirements Could Change B.A. By End of Summer By BONNIE BRADSHAW, Daily Reporter A proposal for major changes in the requirements foj a bachelor of arts degree is making headway toward becoming policy. "A sweeping change like this is bound to take time," said Dr. Jean Schaake, assistant to the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. "But it's possible that the final chapter to this saga might be written this summer." After two years of research, surveys and open forums, the Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee submitted the proposed changes to the University Curriculum Committee. On Wednesday the arts and sciences committee will meet to consider questions raised by the university committee concerning the proposal. These actions constitute the first real progress toward change in years, Dr. Schaake said. "THE B.A. requirements have chanted very little since I was astudent here," said Dr. Jim Pearson, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Thursday, July 8, 1976 Team Merits Support Football season at North Texas is less than two months away. Now, more than ever, the Mean Green team needs the support of students, alumni and citizens of Denton. Traditionally, the Mean Green has had the backing of a few dedicated fans. A pessimistic out- look by the fans and a history of losing seasons at North Texas are apparent reasons for nonsup- port. The typical NT fan expects the Mean Green to lose. He usually remains hidden until midseason arrives, and, if a winning season prevails, he may emerge for the last few games. What many fans probably don't know is that North Texas has had more winning than losing seasons (38 to 17 with five even seasons). In the school's 60-year football history, North Texas has won 304 games, lost 220 and tied 31. Yet, Fouts Field, a stadium that seats 20,000, has never been full for a Mean Green game. Even in the days of players such as Joe Greene, Ronnie Shank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1976

4' • •• \ >' t * > i . *. i ■ * •. , ♦ • . • rt le er cc y. tic Thursday, July 8, 1976 Guitarist Performs At Noon Guitarist-singer Tom Fiorini, Denton junior, will appear in the One O'Clock Lounge today in a noon concert presented by the Student Activities Union (SAU). l-'iorini will be performing some folk- rock tunes and versions of songs by Kenny Rankin, Elton John, Buffalo Springfield and Buzzy Linheart, who ap- peared in the movie "The Groove Tube." Fiorini will also include some original tunes and instrumental. "The Union should attract all stu- dents and not just commuters," Fiorini said. "I enjoy playing, and I'm trying to find ihe people who enjoy the music." Fiorini has been playing publicly for two years. He played in the Rock Bot- tom Lounge this spring and twice at the Coffee House in the Temporary Union Building,as well as other lounges. Involved with KNTU-FM, he has used his musical talents to promote Help House, an organization formed to help people with all ty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Journalism Department Adds Business Option Various departments are adding pew courses to their curriculum and the jour- nalism department will add a new se- quence to its curriculum. Business journalism will be offered this fall as the new sequence in the jour- nalism department. "It is a very tough program," said Dr. Reg Westmoreland, chairman of the journalism department, "but those few who take it will be extremely well prepared for the business press." More than 2,000 jobs exist in the business jour- nalism field, he said. The sequence will require six hours of economics and 10 hours of business ad- ministration in addition to basic jour- nalism courses. A proposal for a bachelor of business administration in business journalism will be resubmitted to the Coordinating Board in Austin next spring. The proposal was turned down last April. Existing sequences include editorial news writing, advertising, public rela- tions, photojournalism, free lance n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1976

Thursday, July 8, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 i' ' ■ ♦ - H- A) H i... I. Departments Shift Staff Management Faculty changes will be made this fall in the departments of English and foreign languages and literatures. Dr. Jake Kobler of the English department will replace Dr. jack White as chairman of basic courses. Dr. White will return to full-time teaching. THE CHAIRMAN of basic courses is in charge of freshman and sophomore English programs. He acts as chairman of the Basic Courses Committee, super- vises teaching fellows, makes class as- signments and aids in textbook selec- tion, Dr. White said. Also in September, Dr. James Lee of the English department will replace Dr. William F. Belcher as director of graduate studies. Dr. Belcher, who has held the position for six years, will return to full-time teaching. The director of graduate studies is ap- pointed by the Executive Committee of the English department. He is then con- firmed by the graduate faculty. His duties incl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I Tennis Nets New Funds For Women Summer tennis lessons offered by the women's athletic department have been a success, according to Nanyce Hood, acting associate athletic director. This is the first time tennis lessons have been offered by the department, ac- cording to Ms. Hood, who organized the sessions. The lessons were devised to raise funds for women's athletics, and the results were very good, Ms. Hood said. "We came out ahead, but the turnout would probably be better if the sessions were offered again," she said. "Publicity on the sessions began too late because I was uncertain whether instructors and facilities would be available." Duncanville graduate student Cathy Avery, one of the two instructors, said, "I'm very pleased with the results, es- pecially from the people who have taken the course." Miss Avery said some of the students in beginning classes have returned for intermediate lessons, The other instructor is Vicki Wood, Dallas senior...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1976

' } h* \ I I • i \ . The North Texas Daily III If am l«. • " 59TH YEAR NO. 116 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1976 Braniff Gates 2-3, Ticketing \ Photo oy FRANK LIVELY Triumphant Tour The 1 O'clock Lab Band returns home after its Russian tour. Band Director Leon Breeden (above right) waves to the crowd during the band's first concert in Moscow. Breeden and Frank Lively, lab band assistant (above), leave the Braniff terminal at the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport after their flight home. Carter Gets Nod, Keeps VP Secret Breeden, Lab Band Return; Soviet Memories Remain NEW YORK (AP)—Jimmy Carter, the outsider who con- quered the establishment, swept to the Democratic presidential nomination Wednesday night. Carter—the given name is James Earl Jr.—won without a real contest after a 17-month cam- paign drafted with blueprint preci- sion and conducted to specifica- tions. His last rivals were entered in Democratic National Convention compet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1976

PAGE 'it — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 15, 1976 An Editorial Experience - Success Getting a degree doesn't guarantee one a job upon graduation, but having a lot of experience helps. Professional experience not only strengthens a resume, bilt it gives a student a better idea of what he's getting into. In terms of value, on-the-job ex- perience is better than all of the degree require- ments put together. Members of the NTSU Summer Repertory Company have been given the opportunity to work in their profession. Tom Hughes, producer of the Dallas Summer Musicals, made appren- ticeships available to NT students in the repertory company. Half of the company worked with the Dallas Summer Musicals during the first summer session, and the remaining half is working with the musicals this summer session. Twenty-four students are involved in the program. The success of the program is quite evident. Tom Hughes and Dr. Carl Marder of the drama division agree that proof of the success lies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1976

i r % ! * •i • * * t m 4 I * I 4 • 0 « ■ * * I * • ■ * I • ♦ l* - '* i ; V • > * f •. I ■ Thursday, July 15, 1976 fCompus Calendar^ fxfll'bff RefleCtS YUCCD, Chat Happenings at North Texas Today I0a.m.-l p.m. Coffee for atudcnU, sponsored by Services for Women and Retiring Students, Lyceum. 2 and 7 p.m. SAU movie, "Anne of a Thousand Days," Lyceum. Admission 50 cents. 4-8 p.m. University Pool, students, faculty and staff. Admission 50 cents. 5 p.m. Deadline for BSU sightseeing and picnic for international students. 8 15 p.m. Dan Peak, Piano Recital, Music Recital Hall Friday 7-9.30 p.m. BSU seminar, "Let The Son Shine Out," Baptist Student Center. 8 IS p.m. Mark Jones, Voice Recital, Music Recital Hall. Saturday IOa.m.-3 p.m SGA flea market, east side of University Union. 9-11:30 a.m. BSU seminar, "Let The Son Shine Out," Baptist Student Center. 2-6 p.m. University Pool, students, faculty and staff. Admission 50 cents. Monday 10-11 a.m. "Get Acquainted" coffee for parents of fres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Freshman Orientation To Begin Orientation for beginning freshmen will consist of six three-day sessions with the first session Sunday through Tues- day. The second session will be Wednesday through July 23. The third session is July 25-27, the fourth is July 28-30, the fifth is Aug. 1-3 and the sixth is Aug. 4-6. The purpose of Freshman Orientation is to provide a meaningful introduction to NTSU, according to Marcella Rogers, associate director of admissions and orientation. The freshmen will receive individual attention and advice from faculty members and supervisors. Those attending orientation also have the advantage of registering early and getting to meet future classmates and friends. Peer counselors help freshmen with their schedules in order to acquaint them with the process of making out a schedule, Ms. Rogers said. For the first time, Freshman Orienta- tion also will include a buffet dinner. There will be two required informal academic sessio...

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