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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1970

" • 4 The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1970 NO. 54 I I" I I le I It IT Ir. lir II id I'y ]h • * I8 re he l * • <> 4 ' 4 M • • • • # * f 1 • t SK ■; rwair ?>., •• «*••• * i President Sends Troops To Handle NYC Mail; Postal Strike Continues Sunny Sunday Students gathered in the park behind the Art Building to music from a free concert in the Main Auditorium Sunday afternoon to enjoy the spring weather and listen WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon declared the five-day-old postal strike a national emergency Monday, and sent the first of 2,500 unarmed federal troops heading into New York City to help move a mountain of mail. Liven though troops are being sent now only to New York City, the President said he will not hesitate to use them elsewhere if necessary. The president of the letter carriers union that precipitated the first major postal strike in U.S. history immediately pleaded with his m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1970

>'v PAQK 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY . The North Texas Daily 53rd Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER GEORGE FLYNN Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Pa*e Editors NANCY KEMPLIN news TERRY KELLY news SUE PETTIT editorials JULIAN WILLIAMS editorial assistant GARYLYN SAMPSON amusements Tha North Texas Daily, student newspaper of North Texas Sta'e University, is pub- lished • daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the long terms September through May and weekly (every Thursday) during the summer session, June through August, except during review and examination per- iods and school vacations. SUBSCRIPTION RATE .. $10 annually or 96 per long semester and $2 per summer. Black Time Bomb President Vague On Busing Issue There has been one thing the Nixon administration has not made very clear, that is its stand on the busing issue in the southern states to achieve better education. ^hese are the same southern states that the Supreme Court ordere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1970

if? ' "f ♦ I ♦ • « l * * I 4 #> t I « • • • • l • • « * I I • « ¥ • • * J • t f 1 • I * * # « > t « t • t Tuesday, March 24,1970 Players Set Next Show For Children The next production of the University Players will have the younger set in mind. It will be the production of Charlotte B. Chorpenning's play "Sleeping Beauty." Performances are set for April 9-11 in the University Theater. Showtime has been set for 8:15 each night with a 3 p.m. matinee on Saturday. The date tickets will go on sale has not yet been announced but the cost of tickets will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for children. The play, which is a project of the Children's Theater Class, is being directed by Jerry Hayes, graduate student from Commache, Ok la. Six Flags Hires NT 'Mark Twain' For Park Shows Victor Donovan, Waxahaehie junior, will portray Mark Twain this summer at Six Flags Over Texas. Donovan recently tried out for and won a position on the live show and entertainment staff of Six Flags. He w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuaaday. March 24,1970 Eagles Outrun Cards, Cougars NT Beats Houston, Lamar Tech in Cold By RICH SMITH Daily Reporter North Texas sailed to an easy victory over Houston and Lamar Tech Saturday in the weather-plagued North Texas Relays. Running in 40-degree temperature, the Eagles won 13 of 17 events in route to their winning total of 98 and one-half points. Lamar Tech edged Houston 51 and one-half to 45 for second place. All running events were held in nearby Lewisville. The track at Louts Field was under water and the new Lewisville High School has an all-weather track. Hurdler Jimmy Jonies I6d the Eagles with two victories. He won the 120-yard high hurdles in 14.6 and took the mm Relay Action Eagle hurdler Jimmy Jones goes over the barriers on his way to a win in the 120-yard high hurdles during the North Texas Relays on the all-weather track at Lewisville, Saturday. Jones also won the 330-yard intermediate hurdles in the meet with Lamar Tech and the U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 25. 1970 NO. 55 A • 4 ♦ * • • * « • 4 I HLMWiJWI1 IiIMDMiIMIIIm; : I '!. M'lllll.lli.llHilllllllllilliMlllllllhllllllllNilllilll s I s n Geer Explains $30,000 Change In Chilton Hall By ROSE SHARP Daily Reporter Chilton Hall, present housing for Greek social sororities, will be given an estimated $25,000 to $30,000 refurbishing this summer in order to provide better accommodations for male students next fall. Richard Geer, director of housing, said the refurbishing will include rest room improvements, additional furniture for living room areas and painting and reconstructing the present cafeteria into a snack bar. Geer said additional improvements during the next three years will up the total estimated refurbishing costs to $100,000. While the same basic physical format will be retained for the dormitory, the rest rooms will be among the dorm's first improvements. "We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1970

PAGE 2—THK NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 53rd Year North Texas Stmt* Uniwlty Denton, Ttn« ALL AMERICAN PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER GEORGE FLYNN Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the North Texas Daily and readers' letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Junior Junkies Addiction To Young Spreads Users Drug abuse by the very young has added a terrifying new aspect to the drug problem plaguing our society. The "junior junkies" as they are referred to, range in age from 9 to 15. No longer are they the product of the ghetto or lower income family. The adolescent user has moved across the track to the upper and middle class home; to the homes of the silent majority; to the homes of the politicians themselves. The use of drugs by the youth has become as much or more of a problem than drug abuse by the older youth. All types of reasons have been given...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1970

►*v ♦ I# • m •I II * 4 • • * • « • • • I ♦ 0 * * • t ♦ # • - * > « f « • 0 « « ♦ ' *dn«sday, March 26.1970 Miss Denton Title Sought By 10 Coeds Ten North Texas coeds will seek the title of Miss Denton April 11. The winners, chosen from an original field of 19 contestants, were announced Saturday after preliminary competition which included judging on personal interview, talent and appearance in swim suits. The finalists are Janice Bain, San Antonio sophomore, Bunny Hodges, Austin junior; Cynthia Harrison, Tyler junior; Marva Hurt, Galena Park sophomore; Kathy McDonald, Richardson junior; Susan Morton, Dallas freshman; Nancy Myers, Dallas freshman; and Rose Sharp, Mesquitc sophomore. The new Miss Denton will succeed Phyllis George of Denton, who is the 1970 Miss Dallas. A previous pageant winner has the right to compete anywhere she likes. The new winner will receive an evening gown and expense-paid trip to the Miss Texas competition in Fort Worth in July, a $150 scholarship, a we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1970

n •: PAGE 4—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Spp.VJ"' :''V BS.'Jv ^V-' ' Track Beam To Run In Corpus Saturday North Texas' track team travels to the Gulf Coast Saturday to run in the Corpus Christi Invitational twilight track meet. Teams entered in the University Division are Texas A&M, Abilene Christian, TCU, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Houston and North Texas. The meet is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Track Coach Winton E. (Pop) Noah said that he is pleased with the performance of his tracksters so far this year, but indicated League Requests Volunteer Help The Denton Junior Soccer League, with boys from the third to tenth grades, needs volunteer help. The league, whose season will run from April 1 through May, needs men to coach teams and referee games. A knowledge of soccer is desirable, but not necessary for those who would like to participate. Interested persons should be at the soccer field behind the Denton Civic Center at 5 p.m. today. More inf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1970

<> 4 • t « 2,000 Coeds Strip To Bare Feelings The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. 1970 NO 56 Two thousand coeds protested North Texas' housing regulations at a nude sit-in Thursday afternoon in front of the Administration Building The naked protest was assembled to strike out against curlew hours and other discriminatory rules that treat women as inferiors and second class citi/ens, according to Loring Buddy, organizer of the demonstration. "We just wanted to show the administration our feelings on the matter, and to do this we had to show other things. Now perhaps we can have a dialogue with them," she said. Campus patrolmen arrived on the scene Story and pictures continued on Page 5. News Capsules YDs Settle Muddy Issues In Down-to-Earth Meeting The Young Democrats responded to one of their leaders' speeches and passed a motion Tuesday night to dump Dan Mudbank on the Denton County Courthous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1970

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. April 1,1970 Bellringer Provides Musical Moments 1Unappreciated' Servant Tugs Endlessly On mm* Pv< <% v;. M9E BY HELEN BLAZES Daily Reporter Ever wonder who's responsible for those on-the-hour chimes from the bell tower of the Administration Building? Quass Simodo, official university bellringer for 15 years, said too few students appreciate his job. "I provide a few musical moments on this campus," the happy hunchback said. "The large bells in the Administration Building tower help soothe the troubled minds of students and faculty alike." In the past few years, architects have installed many elcctric chime systems, but North Texas is one of the last universities to still use rope-pull bells. "We still do it the old-fashioned way," Simodo said, displaying his grotesquely calluscd hands. "1 swing on the bell ropes to ring the bells." Simodo took the job 15 years ago when the former bellringer fell four stories to his death. "That's one of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1970

Wednesday. April 1,1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY • ♦ < I ?>• * • * * • # II • ft • • • « « • ♦ • • t 4 • I * « f « • • # « <1 * Acid-Rock Dance Coming Friday Students planning to leave the campus during upcoming weekends this spring may be missing a whole bunch of fun. The Student Activity Controlling Klan (SACK) has some real treats in store for the faithful. Kicking things off I riday will be Guy Lumbago and the Royal Canadians in a wild acid-rock dance in Kerr Hall Cafeteria. Resident Hngineer John Cat Coward will entertain the hip participants with a light show featuring yellow lights normally used in warding off bugs and in protecting lamb chops in the serving line. Mr. G. L. Magoo of General Electric will assist. l-'our North Texas majorettes will entertain the crowd during the first band break, twirling no-pest strips while singing "Glory to the Green." AMATEUR HOUR will Hash onto campus April 31 for a one-night stand. Tickets will be half-price with two labels f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1970

W%- ■' ■ * T- " ^ w ; MSB PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY • ■.= . *%*;■ vV "'"'■ A""' "i'Vvfe' /'"v-:■• :i*"r *•f'ii:!S Wednesday. April 1,19701 Voters Decide Future For USNT. SAC Fee Two constitutional amendments and a student referendum will be decided at the polls in front of the Union Building from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today. Those proposals are: Amendment 1. "The President and Vice- President of the United Students of North Texas will be elected jointly in the manner of the United States presidential election. No single name shall appear on the official ballot for either of these offices. A written affidavit, signed by both the presidential and vice-presidential candidates, must be presented upon filing for office; this affidavit shall testify to the willingness of both parties to run together." Amendment 2. "The office of USNT secretary shall be one of employment rather than election." Referendum Issue I. "Student activity fees paid during registration should be raised to S10 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1970 NO. 67 4 * ln V I Id |o *) Decisions, Decisions Head basketball coach Dan Spika led his roundballers to an impressive 18 8 record this season, the best North Texas has ever compiled. Wednesday he announced his resignation, a move prompted by an administrative dispute. Here he bites his nails while watching the Eagles from the sidelines during this season's play Campus Chat Wins 53rd All American By BETTY BRONAR Daily Reporter The Campus Chat, now the North Texas Daily, has been awarded an All American rating by the Associated Collegiate Press ai the University of Minnesota in the 82nd All American Critical Service. This is the Chat's 53rd All American award. Judged on coverage and content, writing and editing, editorial leadership, physical appearance and photography, the Chat received marks of distinction credit for superior accomplishment in all five categor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1970

pppp pi jBWP ■ c^'i. ■ Wr £ ■, >,-': V'.,' \$Wm P$ • ¥i PAQK 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily &3rd Year North Texas SUU University Denton, Texan ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER GEORGE FLYNN Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the North Texas Daily and readers' letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. North Texas Daily Staff Box 8287. NT Station, Denton. Tan 76208 PACEMAKER 6 TIMES Southwestern Journalism Congr Telephone: 887-4611. extension SI4 A1>L-AMERICAN 68 TIME8 Pace Editor* NANCY KEMPLIN newi TERRY KELLY new SUE PETTO" editorlela JULIAN WILLIAMS editorial aaaUtant GARYLYN SAMPSON amusement* The North Texas Daily, itudent newspaper of North Texas State University, is pub- lished daily. Tuesday through Friday, during the low? terms September through May and weekly (every Thursday) during the summer session, June thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1970

n? •> >4L>, Iff '; i m • • • t • < 4 ( • * • « 4l# « # ♦ #i« « • Thursday. April 2,1970 Mortar Board 'Calls Out' 20 Women Mortar Board, senior women's honor society, "called out" 20 junior women for membership in the l970-'7l Mortar Board Wednesday afternoon in the annual Calling-Out Ceremony. In a short speech. Dr. Cora Martin of the sociology faculty said that society has long wasted the potential of women. Mortar Board is one of the groups who have marked the continuing achievements of women, however, Dr. Martin added. Accepted for membership in the I970-'7I Mortar Board were Susan Brown, Shirley Bull, Mellonee Burnim, F.lise Dumas, Nancy Ferrin, Linda Gray, Noralyn Gray, Sally Hogan, Mary Ann McConnico and Sigrid Mureen. Also accepted were Carol Newton, Kris Olson, Elizabeth Parr, Marilyn Palmer, Gloria Riehn, Marsha Rubin, Marilyn Schramm, Rita Sunderman, Cheryl Whisenant, and Linda Woodall To begin the ceremony, the Sophomore Honor Guard sang "Glory to the Green." ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1970

Thursday. April 2.1970 ■ ;t : -Kv ; ■, . ■ *m. i*,' ■■■; 4® mWM ■ <v ' Jw-'4Sria « feM." -F ■ ^s^TFSas? •',' mk m* Wftat BBSS . j£ - PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eagles Prepare To Fill Positions As Spring Training Commences IIWTlW— Head Man By GEORGE FOSTER Daily Reporter Right before the 1969 season began, North Texas football coach Rod Rust was evaluating his defensive backs. "The two corners are question marks," he said. In this year's spring training which began Wednesday, there definitely isn't a question mark at right cornerback. Leonard Dunlap, junior defensive back, transferred from Kilgore Junior College last year and stepped into the starting lineup for the Eagles. He was honorable mention AII-MVC last year following his selection as second team Junior College All- American at Kilgore. Dunlap tied an NCAA record by returning three interceptions for touchdowns last year. Overall in 1969, he had six "~,:ons for 250 return yards. "I WAS REAL happy with my performance last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 April 1970

w The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat B3RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1970 NO. 68 * • • # • 4 * Students Approve Three NT Issues ■ mm s m ) 'No Free Press Author Discusses Communist Europe Gone are the days when writers were thrown into prison lor writing against the regime in East European countries, stated an expert on Communist intellcctualism Wednesday. His lecture to an audience ol approximately 200 was in the Business Administration Building Lecture Hall Wednesday night. The speaker. Dr. Tamas Ac/el, is a native of Hungary and was active in the Communist youth movement there before his imprisonment in a Nazi concentration camp. He has written over a dozen hooks and numerous articles on topics ranging Officers Bust Pop Musician Of Starecase Alan Jay Goldberg of the Spiral Starecase was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana Wednesday morning before the group's Wednesday night appearance at North Texas. Goldberg posted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 April 1970

Friday. April 3.1970 PAQC 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily DAILY SSrd Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN illliPl# i 111 li! 111 HU I Mlitliiil I Hill V PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER GEORGE FLYNN Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the North Texas Daily and readers' letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. E-Day Necessary Man Killing Self His Environment A man adjusts the lens in his gas mask, picks up his coffee and the morning newspaper, and reads the lead headline "Planet Earth To Die Next Week." The year this may happen is sometime in the future—but not as far away as many people think, unless something can be done about pollution. Pollution of both air and water has spread dramatically in the last 20 years, until it is no longer wise to treat it as an annoyance rather than a threat to existence. Water pollution alo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 April 1970

• ft <♦ -t 11 4 t ! 4* Friday. April 3.1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 1970 Census Troublesome To Students Students had little trouble with questions on the 1970 Census questionnaires Wednesday, but there was some confusion in the procedures lor filing the reports. The forms were to have been filled out by Wednesday and ready for pick-up or mailing according to instructions on the particular type of form that the student received. Taylor Golden, publicity spokesman for the 1970 Census in Dallas, had said earlier that one out of every 20 dormitory students would receive a long form. Of the remaining number of dormitory residents, some have received the short form and others did not receive a form at all. A central pick up place has been designated in most dorms for collecting the reports that are to be held lor Census personnel. Two questions which seemed to cause the most difficulty were regarding kitchen facilities in dorms and the assigning of u head of household for the indi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 April 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Sanford Top Cager for State Tilt Women's Basketball Tourney Starts Today By MIKE WITEHEAD Sports Assistant The women's basketball team will have one thing in its favor when it goes to the state tournament in Nacogdoches today and Saturday—Judy Sanford. The Eagle cagers are rated heavy underdogs in the lZ-team event at Stephen F. Austin University, and will be counting on Judy's superior shooting to carry them to the tourney finals. The sophomore, who will be playing in her first state tournament, boasts a 14-point scoring average this year, leading her team to a respectable 6-6 record. "Everyone thinks we'll lose at state, but they are in for a big surprise," the pretty blonde said with a smile. Coach Sharon Clark considers the 5-foot-6 rover one of the best all-around players on the team, and by far one of the strongest on offense. THE TEAM practices three to four times a week and the extra workouts pay off. Along with the regular workouts the roundball...

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