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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1976

■ • a f • .u * r * I < r I t , i # ift % 4 \ Thursday, July 15, 1976 Little Boxes Play Tricks On Students By RON GROVE Daily Reporter Strange box-like objects which line the walks of the mall on the north side of the University Union remain a partial mystery. The boxes, set on concrete posts about three feet off the ground, first come to a student's attention when he is looking for a place to deposit an empty cigarette package. He mistakes the boxes for or- nate trash cans and attempts to put his little item there. He may be shocked to find that the boxes lack the gaping aper- ture customarily a feature of receptiles used for the deposit of such things as empty cigarette packages. The student quickly catches on. The little boxes are not trash cans at all, but street lights, or walk lights as the case may be. The revelation both disappoints and stimulates the student. Ii disappoints him because while in a hurry to be on time for his next class he must waste valuable time looking f...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1976

BSSilHr 4 PAGE 8-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. July 15, 1976 IM * 1 Soccer Enthusiasm Sweeps NT; Coach Anticipates Varsity Action Kickback 'J:-'. wm Photos by RONDA PHILLIPS Ricardo Cantu, Denton sophomore, practices for the upcoming soccer season during u'f-season training. Team members are meeting with their new coach, Simon Sanchez, in preparation for the team's first year of varsity action. By TIM LOFTIN Daily Reporter Soccer is currently one of the fastest growing sports in the United States, and things are no different at North Texas. In the fall the Mean Green soccer team will be competing in its first season as a varsity sport. Although competing in the past as a club sport, the team has enjoyed a great deal of success. THE NT soccer team will enter the 1976 season as defending champions of the Texas Collegiate Soccer League. The state title climaxed a three-year span during which it lost only six matches. Simon Sanchez, new head coach of the soccer team, expressed optimis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 July 1976

4 ► 4 « * < I 4 4 % 4 '4 I « \ t > « I 4 : ui => Z Ui > < CHESTNUT CHILTON mi; MUSIC ¥ « V//V///A M-. z , COLISEUM/ Y///y//////, City Council Postpones Street-Closing Decision t r HEALTH • PHYSICAL EDUCATION RECREATION BUILDING NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY Proposed Complex The construction of the Health, Physical Educa- E. Anderson, vice-president for academic affairs tion and Recreation Building is being delayed un- ad interim, told the council that the center would til action is taken by the Denton City Council on consolidate activities now held in nine separate the closing of Avenue D and Prairie Street. Miles areas and would replace obsolete facilities. By DAVID ENGELMANN Daily Reporter Despite nearly three hours of speeches, appeals and discussion, the Denton City Council postponed final ac- tion Tuesday on NTSU's request to close sections of Avenue D and Prairie Street for the construction of a Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) center. The matter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 July 1976

■ ti. . ' ... . • ,, r. . :. - PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 22, 1976 An Editorial The Shadow Knows... Let there be light—that is, except on the NT campus. It is ironic that this campus, which is advertised during the day as one of the most beautiful in Texas, the playground for tomorrow's leaders, is the same campus that at night is the valley of darkness, the playground of fear. Ask any student who walks home from the Library after dark about being guided home by the shadows of the moon. He'll say not to use the walk between the Psychology and Language buildings, which is lined by a graffiti-decorated fence. It was in this dark vicinity that a woman was raped last year. Beware of dark shadows around Terrill Hall, the Main Auditorium and the University Union. But don't just be aware, carry a baseball bat, a can of Mace or a leftover roll from The Balcony. Car- ry something for protection because you may need it some dark, lonely night—not because there are no lights i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 July 1976

1 ' 9 0 t * 1 • « - % S - # f V IV f I n ' f . t . t. Thursday, July 22, 1976 ■1 Havis Presents One-Man Show Kenneth Havis of the art faculty will present a one-man exhibition of his work during the 1976 Artists Biennial at the New Orleans Museum of Art begin- ning Saturday. Havis is one of six artists who were recommended by Jane Livingston for the exhibition to be held Saturday through Sept. 5. Ms. Livingston, chief curator of the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., will serve as the juror for the exhibition. The art work that will be on display in New Orleans consists of objects made up of buttons, beads, garnets, cultured and fake pearls, wood, horns, feathers, thorns and other such materials. "But- tons are the consistent reocurring form of materials that I use," Havis said. One of his main attractions is a 12 inch long object entitled "Thorn in the Sigh" which consists of buttons, beads, gar- nets, cultured and fake pearls, wood and a horn. Other pieces of Havis' art ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 July 1976

« PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 22, 1976 Dr. Foster Doubts Viking I Will Find Life on Mars- By BARRON LUDLUM Dally Reporter Although the Viking I it preparing to search for Martian life, the prospects would be better if it had landed on Titan, said Dr. Bruce Foster of the physics raculty. "I doubt that the Viking will find any life even if there is some," Dr. Foster, who teaches astronomy, said in an inter- view recently. "If 1 were betting on where we would find life in our solar system, my bet would be on Titan, a moon of Saturn." DR. FOSTER The Viking I landed on Mars Tuesday, after a nine-month journey through space and two-canceled landing sites earlier in July. The Viking II is still approaching Mars and is scheduled to begin its orbit Aug. 7. The life-seeking experiments that were scheduled to begin Wednesday are to test the Martian soil for organisms. "LIFE ON EARTH is the same biochemically in that we all evolved from the same single cell," Dr. Foster said. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 July 1976

4 f 4 ' > 4 • . • L . . . * •j- * • 8 i •V J* (V I <* • i Thursday, July 22, 1976 Foreign Students Need Pals By TERRY PLEMONS Daily Reporter International students arriving in the fall will need assistance from American student volunteers, according to Harve King, assistant dean of students in charge of intercultural services. Volunteers could become involved "to the degree in which they want to be" in helping foreign students adjust to American life. King said. Such volunteer work is a part of the Pal Program initiated by Dean King in the spring semester. THE PAL Program is designed to as- sist international students in making in- itial adjustments to American culture by assigning them an "NT Pal" who would meet them at the airport, take them shopping and give them a tour of the campus. Volunteers need not have experience in working with international students. "A sincere interest and the time to do it are the two prerequisites," Dean King said. Interested students may contac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 July 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Poll Says Olympics 'Unfair' Several NT students this week voiced dissatisfaction with the handling of the 1976 Olympic Games. Most students questioned in an informal survey felt the purpose of the games is for the athletes to compete against one another and not for the political advancement of their countries. BILL MAWHEE, Dallas junior, said politics should be left out of the games and athletes should compete as in- dividuals and not as a country. Mawhee said he felt this could be the last Olympic Games. Ann Cunningham, Dallas graduate student, said it is "rape of the athletes" who worked so hard to go to the games. JIM GALLOWAY, Denton graduate student, said the games should be for the athletes not for the countries. Galloway said the contestants should wear the same uniform and that any athlete should be able to compete regardless of status. Randy Zeis, Denton senior, said the 1976 games verge on a catastrophe of in- ternational relations. Politics de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 July 1976

4 > 4 4 4 4 > 4 4 •* i 4 Country Schoolhouse Will Trade Serenity For College Career By JEFF HENSLEY, Daily Reporter The bell in the tower of the old one-room Bloomfleld school rang for the last time over the original school grounds. It rang to call together members of the Bloomfleld Cemetery Association (BCA) who voted to give the white clapboard building to NTSU to serve as an historical learning laboratory of the College of Education. The school house served the Bloomfleld community from the 1880s until it closed its doors in 1930 because of the consolidation of such smaller schools. DR. JIM BEZDEK of the education faculty came up with the idea of ob- taining a one-room schoolhouse while serving on the Bicentennial Committee of the College of Education several months ago. Monday, he pulled into the broad expanse of the Bloomfleld schoolyard. Surrounding the peeling white painted walls and corrugated steel roof of the school building were multiple varieties of cedars and ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 July 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY * I Thursday, July 29, 1976 An Editorial Co-op Offers Tresh' Idea It's time to get off the cans and into fresh fruits, vegetables, breads and cheeses. The NT Food Co-op, in its third year, offers these items and others weekly at a savings of 40 per cent or more. Once a month, organic items are offered. For example, potatoes advertised by Safeway this Week for 25 cents per pound, sold at the Co-op July 17 for 12 cents per pound; yellow onions ad- vertised at 21 cents per pound were 9 cents per pound at the Co-op. The Co-op is an associate member of People Buying Together (PBT), a group of 22 co-ops in the Metroplex. Orders are placed by individual co-ops to PBT, which buys a collective order made up of the smaller ones. That's where the savings come in—through quantity buying, Bill Williams, coordinator of the NT program, said Monday. Food orders must be turned in to the co-op building, at Avenue B and West Mulberry Street, no later than 5 p.m. Thursday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 July 1976

r Is. Its P m a Ian Lus I he ■« ' ■ - % i ( i ♦ • i ie '> |ss ie la- i *y 11 M * V; * :• Thursday, July 29, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 V Daily Review Play Reveals Secrets % Psychiatric Encounter Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS Dr. Ranee, "a government mental man," played by Chris Hodges, Denton junior, arrives to in- vestigate Dr. Prentice, played by James Rollins, Monahans senior, in the NT Summer Repertory Company production of "What The Butler Saw." The play which opened Wednesday in the Studio Theater will run through Friday. Admission is $1.50. Performances begin at 6 p.m. Community Theater Schedules 'Spectacle Rock' Performance The Denton Community Theater (DCT) will combine dancers, improvisational theater and rock music at a benefit Friday and Saturday from 8 to 11 p.m. John Williams, managing director of the DCT, is trying to give the com- munity "something new and unusual in theater." That something, called "spec- tacle rock theater," is being performed by the rock gro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 July 1976

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY New Text To Trace Old Days Two history faculty members and several students and Denton County citizens are producing a book on the history of Denton County. Working with funds provided by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Dr. Dale Odom and Dr. Bullitt Lowry of the history faculty are heading the research which they hope to complete by the first of next year. Much of the research is being done by undergraduate and graduate students and community people in a year long seminar of research and writing through the minicourse program. Information for the book has been provided by several types of sources, Dr. Odom said last week. Published sources such as a book concerning the history of Denton County written in 1918 and another book on the geography and history of the area written in the 1930's have provided a great deal of information. Statistical studies, public records for schools and county and city govern- ments, and a numbe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 July 1976

1 4 4 4 • t *: N « * ♦ • < * J l 1/ f i I * A I ! ► - t ' • 11 '■ i '• i- J" >• I'-' " Thursday, July 29, 1976 New List To Rafe Problems The Counseling and Testing Center is compiling a standardized problem check list to evaluate the needs of students seeking counseling. The list might be adopted nationwide by counsel- ing centers in colleges and universities. Ann Crowell, research assistant, said recently that this check list is the first of its kind since the Mooney Problem Check List was published in 1950. THE MOONEY List was the result of surveys of student problems in the late 1940s, but present research shows marked differences in age, culture and environmental problems, she said. The project began last year when questionnaires asking for the most frequent and most serious problems encountered by students on campus were sent to counseling center direc- tories of 106 senior colleges and univer- sities in the United States, she said. After the responses were evaluated, the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 July 1976

PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 29, 1976 Booster Club To Begin Ticket Sales Campaign Getting It Together Mi Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS Burktey Harkless, equipment and stadium manager, gets the Mean Green football gear in order before fall workouts begin. About 85 athletes are due to report Aug. 14. Two-a-day drills will begin Aug. 16, with the team working without pads the first three days. Fall drills will continue until classes start Aug. 30, in prepara- tion for the Sept. 4 season opener. In an effort to gain national recogni- tion at North Texas and with the motto "Fill Fouts Field," the Mean Green Eagle Club has embarked on a full-scale season ticket sales campaign for the '76 season. The club, a support organization for NT intercollegiate athletics, is sponsor- ing the drive to sell season tickets for the five Mean Green home football games this season. The season ticket package includes tickets to four games to be played at Fouts Field and one to be played at Texas ...

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

Wffl The setting sun on the Denton horizon, bringing with it Icwar temperatures, is a welcome sight for most students after the blazing Texas afternoons The North Texas Daily Photo by GARY CLIFTON 59TH YEAR NO. 119 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1976 . * k ■ New Forms Ease Appeals Students on Probation ■-Jji Li } L-i-v. 3K- •ii, Haggling Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS The Student Government Association flea market continues to- day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the east side of the University Union. Joe Dodd, Denton graduate student, left, discusses prices with Mike Walker, Longview senior, at the flea market Wednesday. By BONNIE BRADSHAW Daily Reporter A new waiver of academic suspension request form is being used by the College of Arts and Sciences. The conditions under which the stu- dent may be granted a waiver of suspen- sion are outlined in the form. To be considered for a waiver, there must be: some evidence in the student's record ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1976

* 1 1 PAGE 2 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 5, 1976 \ m By HOLLIS WALKER, Daily Reporter If spending most of your time among the dead is your idea of fun, graveyard surveying may be just the hobby for you. For Mr. and Mrs. Grady Stevens, a fascination with graveyards gradually developed into what Mrs. Stevens affectionately refers to as "our hangup." Stevens, a technician in charge of the laboratory at the Student Health Center, and his wife, Thelma, a retired nurse, have been throughout the country looking for graveyards with character. RECENTLY THEIR hangup led to a survey of graveyards for the Denton County Historical Commission. The Commission is afraid that much of the history of the county will be lost if graveyards and those buried are not recorded. A graveyard survey consists of estimating the number of unmarked graves and listing readable and illegible tombstones. This doesn't sound difficult, but when one con- siders that there are 80 known and countless un- known...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1976

r I <. •* i . «I) ♦ l * « 1 • t # f * # % I ; • i • * • « # • r t * f * l • v , , 1 V ' •' I.) I . *■> I * sr i . ! . « I •' # rf > > < * i • oe = S > Thursday, August 5, 1976 NT Tune Premiers Abroad "A Dream Fantasy," an original work by Dr. Merrill Ellis, director of the Electronic Music Center, was performed at the World Saxophone Congress at the Royal Conservatory of Music in London last week. "This was the European premiere per- formance of 'A Dream Fantasy'," Dr. Ellis said. "It has been done several times in the United States though " The piece combines saxophones, per- cussion and two electronic tape visuals of 16mm film slides. The musical and visual combination is used in order to "appeal to more than one sense," Ellis said. The multi-media work runs about IS minutes. After the performance, Dr. Ellis spoke to the audience about the research he has been doing in electronic music. "They wanted to know the ideas behind the research in extending the fringe ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1976

V' Xllf.VVT '■ , PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 5, 1970 Administration Announces 1,334 Spring Honor Students In Spring 1976, a total of 1,334 stu- dents made one of the two university honor rolls. The names of those who made the honor rolls but requested at registration that their names not be used in publicity, are not listed. The honor students are: ADAMS-BURNS Sharon Beverly Adams, Stephen M. Adams, Elisabeth Adkins, Pamela Albrecht, Glenda Elaine Allen, William John Amdall, Marie Anderson, Frank Wayne Anderson, Gary Lynn Anderson, Janet Marie Anderson, Melinda J. Anderson, Rebecca L. Anderson, Robert M. Anderson, Susan Ann Anderson, Renee Marie Ashby, Meehele Ayers, Pamela Hodges Bach, Frank Richard Bahus, David J. Bailey, Erma Gail Bailey, John Franklin Baker, Richard Lynn Bardin, Ellen L. Barnett, Mary Margare Barnett, Deborah Anne Bates, Janet Ludlum Baxter, Patsy Louise Belsher, Peggy Valeri Belsher, Ann O. Benton, Louise McMahan Biggs, Mario Victor Binetti,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1976

Thursday, August 5, 1976 , * H it * « f. ► k ' ««* ' 'ift' a • ■" , • ■ i ; 1 ■: * . ,Y / [ ' * * > , ' r • / t < • * i • i i ■ \> . \ Spring Honor Roll Total Declines From Fall List The spring honor roll, which listed 1,334 students, was 45 less than the 1975 fall honor roll's 1,379. The spring honor roll list is continued from page four. HENSI.EY-JACKSON Jana Sue Heniley, lames D. Henton, Melba Jean Her- nandez, James M Hernngton, Edith Marlene Herron. Doug Scott Hester, Mark C. Hewitt, Frank E. Heye, Kevin Timothy Hickey, Jan Erl Jarry Hicka, Kimberly A. Hicks, Daniel L. Higgins, Marta J. Higgins, James M Hightower, David Michael Hill, Travyanne Hill, Rhonda Lynn Hilliard, David Alan Hirsch, Henry Hoaldridge II, Sharon K. Hoerth, David Joseph Hoey, Barbara Ann Hohlt, Janet L. Hoi- labaugh, Mary Kay Hollabaugh, Terry K Hollingshead, Gary Paul Holmes, Roger Simmons Holmes, Richard Neil Horn, Steven Andrew Horn, Walker H. Horn III, Carol Hottelet, Malia Lynne Howard, Willia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 5, 1976 I mm i xi - .WW* SBiSi rrc SlDffiiSias !$U* •{>'■/ jKt i Practice Makes... Each summer afternoon while the sun is at its hottest, several members of the 1976 Mean Green football squad are at Fouts Field putting in extra time in preparation for the upcoming season at North Texas. Though official fall workouts won't begin until Aug. 16, those players who stayed in Denton for all or part of the summer have dedicated their afternoons to getting in shape early. They work out daily without the supervi- sion of their coaches. From left Ken Smith, Sammy Swierc and Mike Henry (above left) improve their running endurance. Jeff Webb (above center) works on receiving, and Henry (above right) works out on a neck-building machine. Smith (left) works on his upper body with a Nautilus machine, and Swierc and Henry (right) take a break. Though a friendly and relaxed atmosphere prevails, they stick to their work with few interruptions. Photos...

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