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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1970

w ► : £/!*. • ■ ■•,; .' {P ■ , ' " ' . The North Texas Daily "-wn Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1970 NO. 59 « ♦ • 4 • f ♦ « * \ • t • • I * "There may be some small or moderate slippage," Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania told newsmen. But he said he is confident of confirmation. "It looks to me like its leaning toward Campus News Capsules NT Department To Host State Speech Tournament Debate teams, as well as individual competitors, from approximately 22 state junior colleges will stream into Denton this weekend for the NTSU-sponsored state Junior College Speech Tournament. The tournament, which will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, will have as its headquarters the lower lobby of the University Theater. Finals in all individual events will be held Friday at 5 p.m., with the debate finals coming at I p.m. Saturday. The public is invited to attend all performances,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1970

PA0I2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tu«*d*y, April 7.1970 The North Texas Daily Mrd Yew North Te > SUte Unlvenlty Denton, Texm ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER t of Woodstock Still I Yasgur Happy With 50,000 Visitors 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. Recent Referendum Election Student Reflects Ignorance There are times when faith in higher education collapses and bitter cynicism surfaces. In a climate that should breed intelligent, responsible involvement in university affairs, an atmosphere of complete ignorance sets in, and one easily wonders if this campus is not a breeding ground of mindless sheep. Thursday's referendum election is the latest example. In a vote that will ultimately affect some $300,000 a year in student money, 270 people cast ballots, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1970

TuMday, April 7; 1970 >>♦ > * f > > i * • * « • • « • • * # 4 0 4 « • % Around the Campus Chi Omega Holds Banquet Dinner and presentation of numerous awards highlighted the Alpha Alpha chapter of Chi Omega banquet celebration of the 75th anniversary of the sorority Monday night in Marquis Hall. JACK WHEELER, associate dean of students, was guest speaker for the banquet. "Best Pledge" awards were presented to NANCY DUNCAN and PAT SMITH. DEE LUND, NANCY JONES and B. J. LARSON received "Best Active" honors. "Best Big Sister" awards were given to CHERI COBB, ELIZABETH PARR and CAROL KNACKSTADT. ♦ * * Three informal Lab Band concerts will be presented today and Wednesday in the Music Hall Auditorium. The 3 O'Clock l.ab Band will play at 3 p.m. today, the Tuesday-Thursday 4 O'Clock Band will perform at 4 p.m. today and the second 4 O'Clock Band will present its concert Wednesday at 4 p.m. • * • Honolulu will be the home of DR. L. PADEN NEELEY and family for a year while he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1970

i ■ ■ s $ <y FAQ I4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. April 7.1E70 Eagles Hit Trouble in Austin Team Prepares for Comeback Saturday There were few bright spots for the North Texas Eagles Saturday at the Texas Relays as Texas A&M won the University Division in a breeze. The Eagles, without the services of sprint stars Don Davis, Carl Jackson and Phillip Lusk, claimed only one first place finish in the two-day event. Bill Schmidt easily won the javelin with a toss of 257-IOft despite an injured shoulder. Kansas' Michael Ross was a distant second with 226-0 Vi. Schmidt's victory was the first by an Eagle trackman at Austin since 1955 when the Eagles won the College Division mile and sprint medley relays. That year. Ken Kelley placed first in the University Division high jump with a leap of 6 feet and 6 inches. Texas A&M and its star brother combination of Curtis and Marvin Mills provided most of the highlights at Austin. The Aggie foursome of Donnie Rogers, Rockie Woods and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVEhw.TY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1970 NO. 69 0. The Blind Dealer Carswell's Future Rests In Uncommitted Votes For Court Nomination Andre Kole, in a performance he calls "Unmasking the Unknow," shows students magic tricks in a program Tuesday night. At left, a blindfolded Kole describes objects in a student's hand, and, at right, he performs the usual card tricks. Tickets for the performance sponsored by the Campus Crusade for Christ, were $1. WASHINGTON (AP)-The future of Supreme Court nominee G. Harrold Carswell rested uncertainly with a shrinking band of uncommitted senators Tuesday on the eve of the climatic confirmation vote. "This could go down to the wire," said Majority Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana. "It's going to be a real horse race." Both Mansfield and at least one Republican- Robert J. Dole of Kansas said Wednesday's vote could be decided by Vice President Spiro T. Agnew who could ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1970

PAQK 2—THI NORTH TlXAt DAILY Wednesday. April 8.1970 The North Texas Daily Mid Year North Tex— SUte University PeatoM, Tex— ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEW8PAPER 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. Belt Tightens Economy Causes Industry Changes Housewives boycotting high-priced beef and labor union members striking for higher wages aren't the only ones reacting to the squeeze of inflation. Even big businesses feel the pinch. Suddenly, in one industry after another, companies are moving in various ways to adjust to a slump in business. Orders are off. Output is dropping. Profits are shrinking. In order to meet the squeeze, companies are reviewing plans and trimming costs. Companies are cutting back on outlays for factories, machinery and other facilities. This tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1970

Wednesday. April 8.1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY * ># ft ♦ ♦ * ft « ft • ft 4 ft 4 ft « « 4 ft ft % • ► ft 4 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft « ft ft « X Rays Help Trumpeters Perfect Style BY DENNIS SPRUILL Daily Special Writer Research on the use of Xrays as an aid in teaching persons to play the trumpet by Professor John Haynie, music department, has given instructors a way to look inside the student. About 40 attended the first research luncheon seminar held last Friday in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall and saw Haynie's presentation. The purpose of the seminar is to keep the scholars of the university informed of their colleagues' research projects and results. At noon Friday, Dr. Ron Marcello of the history faculty will speak on the collection of oral history of the southwest. A video tape recording shown during Haynie's talk showed several students with different techniques playing the trumpet. Then X-ray movies with scynchronized sound were shown of the students and Haynie pointe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1970

PAGE 4—THE WORTH TEXAS DAILY ' ■' '.r •>< ■ .' ft5';"' P-1 'V"' ' ' Si' v '■*'f/ >V * . "T .;V. •• '"H >•> • :• ; ■ ' ■ ' f*. /.' L Champ Keeps Waiting For Ping Pong Title Joe Cummings has never won a singles championship in a state table tennis tournament, but he's not complaining. The tall, slim senior from Pittsburg, Penn. is one of the top 15 table tennis players in Texas and recently captured second place in the B-singles division of the state meet. "I'd like to break my two-year jinx in the singles division," Cummings explained. "But it will probably take me at least another two-years experience to win it though." In the meantime the education major has to be content with area titles. Cummings has won the NTSU Intermural Championship the last two years and Sarazen Predicts Caddies Fade From Masters AUGUSTA, OA. AP—Gene Sarazen predicted Tuesday that caddies will be extinct in the near future in big time tournament golf and will be replaced by service boys drivin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1970

Pass-Fail Proves Itself — 8 of 225 Flunk Campus... CAC Lawyer To Speak On Dallas Aid Program Ed Polk, newly appointed head of the legal services division of the Dallas Community Action Committees, is scheduled to speak April 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Speech and Drama Building. According to Irwin Wingo, Weatherford junior and Young Democrat co-president, Polk is the most "controversial figure in this area." Wingo indicated that Polk's controversial aspect was what prompted Wingo's invitation to the young attorney. Polk assumed his new position in a "storm of controversy," Wingo said. Polk's campus visit will give students the opportunity of hearing his side of the Dallas war on poverty conflict. Young Democrats plan to coordinate Polk's speaking appearance with a membership drive. Dean Requests Job Lists From NT Faculty, Staff H. D. King, assistant dean of students and coordinator of part-time student employment, has requested that faculty members and their staffs submit job openings fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1970

PAQ12—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. April 9.1970 Foreign Students Number Growing University Hard-Pressed To Provide Services BY NANCY KEMPLIN Daily Staff Writer "Every year the number of foreign students at this university is growing and growing—like inflation!" Mike Uehara explained. And for Uehara, graduate student from Tokyo, Japan, and some 100 other foreign students currently enrolled at NTSU, inflation is the least of their problems. Language barriers, residence requirements, lack of finances and trouble adjusting to American food arc just some of the difficulties that beset those who come to Texas from other nations. What other nations are these? According to a recent study, 50 per cent come from Asia, 20 per cent from Latin America, 15 per cent from the Near or Middle East, 10 per cent from Europe and five per cent from Africa. Nearly all enter the country on student visas. "For many years it was the 'unannounced' policy of this institution not to do anything to encourage ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1970

, i " $S®P< r Thursday, April 9.1970 f ♦ # t • • ♦ f # * * • • • * • * • f • • • ♦ • * V i ► « • f > « 9 « • * ♦ ♦ • « New Center Features Aid For Students The new, regional repository of the National Archives in Fort Worth will be an invaluable source of research for students and faculty of area universities, a renowned archivist said in an interview Wednesday. C. George Younkin, regional archivist at the Fort Worth Federal Records Center, spoke to North Texas and TWU students at an Archival Conference on the NT campus. The conference was sponsored by the committee to establish an NTSU Bureau of Social Science Research. The repository is now receiving an extensive store of duplicated, microfilmed copies of documents from the National Archives in Washington. D C. Among these microfilm publications are the complete records of the Continental Congress. "We are earnestly making every effort to make this wealth of material available to the academic world," Younkin said. In additio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1970

rrma ■ . <'■ ' )■■■■>< ■ ■ ' ' # If PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. April 9,1970 ABC-TV To Air NT Football On Regional Telecast Dec. 5 Get It Over In Intramural coed volleyball action Tuesday night, the team of Delta Epsilon and Delta Zeta. on the left side of the net, beat the team of Pi Kappa Phi and Independent Girls. Sigma Nu was to meet Spinning Wheels Wednesday night to determine the winner of the tournament. Intramural baseball gets underway today and the finals in basketball have been moved to Friday night. — PHOTO BY LARRY MITCHELL BY GEORGE FOSTER Daily Reporter The North Texas State Football team has become a part of the American Broadcasting Company's ABC 1970 football slate. In a schedule announced April 5 by ABC- TV, the North Texas-Tulsa game will be a regional telecast on Dec. 5. The game will be one of 35 football broadcasts, including 24 regional and 11 national telecasts. The NT-Tulsa battle will be televised in prime night time, following the nati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1970

North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1970 NO 01 lZL^Zl°sa<s * S,eeping Beauty Begins Tonight Tonight the Studio Theater will take the audience back in time when fairies. Kings, queens, princes and princesses lived but the road to opening night has not been easv. If no more rehersal mishaps occur, the prince will again kiss the sleeping princess to waken her from the spell cast by a wicked fairy when the Children's Theater presents "Sleeping Beauty." Tonight's performance will be at 7 p.m. in the Studio Theater in the Speech and Drama Building. There will be a special matinee performance Saturday at 2:30 p.m., an evening show at 7 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 2:30. Jerry Hayes, Comanche, Okla., graduate student, is director of the play. Problems may not be a strong enough description for some of his troubles. What can you do about a prince who has a lame leg, a fairy who has vertigo and a fairy who canno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1970

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 3,1970 The North Texas Daily &8rd Year North Ttxmu State Unlvwlty Denton, Two ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER North Star Promotes Black Arts Unique Store Focuses On Cultural Gap 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. Cooperation Denton Challenge Must Be Met Its time the university and local townspeople realize two facts: the city of Denton is here to stay, and North Texas State, whether it likes it or not, is also here to stay. No amount of protesting, bickering or hoping will change the situation—but some disgusted students and Dentonites would like to think differently. The great mass of both groups prefer not to recognize either segment of this community. One example of student apathy toward Denton came in la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1970

* f ¥ •> ♦ > % « t * * <• # 9 # * • 9 • 9 « 9 * 9 • 9 4 9 « 9 9 • 9 * * 9 9 9 « 9 « 9 4 9 9 • 9 Friday. April 10.1970 May Play To Illustrate Environment Problems Problems of pollution and Ihe environment arc being investigated by various departments and individuals at North Texas. But perhaps the most unusual job is being done by the actors in the department of speech and drama. The pollution theme will come to the University Theater stage in a University Players' production of "An Hnemy of the People," set for May 5-9. Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton, member of the speech and drama faculty and director of the play, calls the production "very apropos to the temper of the people who are finally waking up to the problems of the environment." The play is an Arthur Miller adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's drama. Miller used modern language and updated the theme in 1951, and "Enemy of the People" ran for over 400 performances in New York. The play tells of the plight of a small city doctor w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1970

I i* I Win PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 10.1970 Tracksters Hit Comeback Trail Schmidt, Stephens Headline Okie Meet Saturday North Texas will attempt to regain some prestige Saturday at the John Jacobs Invitational Track Meet in Oklahoma. The University of Oklahoma track and field program in Norman begins with preliminaries at 9 a.m. with the final session at 5:05 p.m. Undefeated javelin thrower Bill Schmidt and fast-coming halfmiler Dennis Stephens headline the Eagle entries. Schmidt won the Texas Relays javelin event last week by more than 30 feet with a throw of 257-l0'/2. Schmidt's victory was the first by NT in the Austin meet since 1955. An impressive run by Stephens was overshadowed in the Eagles' fourth-place finish in the sprint medley at Austin. The Breckenridge junior pulled the Eagles from far back with a sizzling 1:49.0 anchor. Quartermiler Vern Evans and substitute sprinters Oren Smith and Dan Svatek preceded Stephens as the Eagles set a school record of 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. APRIL 14,1970 NO. 63 as, 4 led The wo uri re's 'e's ^ Burgoyne, Student Coalition Seek USNT Abolition at Meeting Tonight Top USNT officers confirmed Monday that tonight's meeting could decide the future of student government at North Texas. According to some 10 student leaders interviewed, a coliation of student factions will "pack" the Forum Room of the Speech and Drama Building for the 6:30 p.m. meeting today and call for the abolition of the USNT. USNT President Joe Burgoyne said that he would sign a resolution to dissolve student government at that time. He listed two reasons for the action: 1. "USNT is not a respresentative form of government for students at North Texas. USNT is ineffective and inefficient. 2. "By this action I hope to avoid, if possible, violence that, in my opinion, is inevitable. Of course this action may only postpone it." OPPONENTS OF the present s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1970

PHI m ■ mStifc;. ' • '"V - ■ .'V'^V=---1 ITH TBXAS DAILY' - Jitm, mm IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIlNilllllillllillililllilillllllllNllllil Tuesday, April 14,1970 By HARRIET GREANEY Daily Reporter Last September, the Faculty Senate revised the university | regulations concerning class attendance. But this spring many students feel that a few instructors are defying the new rules. Revised regulations provide that students cannot be dropped from a class, or otherwise penalized for absenteeism. This rule applies to all classes except those in which "the student's grade must be based wholly or in part on class participation." EACH INDIVIDUAL instructor is at liberty to determine whether his class necessitates regular attendance, in which case he is required to notify his students in writing at the beginning of a semester. Furthermore, the new regulations eliminate an instructor's responsibility to keep a roll of attendance since such a record is no longer required by the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1970

> • ♦' ♦ i < t * ► * • ► • ♦ I « « 4 ♦ • • • ♦ • > • 4 • « # • • « « 4 « * « • Tuesday, April 14.1970 Oral History Ranks High In Nation North Texas' Oral History Collection ranks just one notch below the three leading university collections in the country. Dr. Ronald Marcello, director of the collection, told a faculty research seminar audience Friday at its weekly luncheon in Marquis Hall. The primary purpose of the collection, Marcello stated, is to preserve candid and frank interviews and memoirs of men and women of Texas who have made significant contributions to state or federal history. Marcello said that although about 90 per cent of the collection is oriented toward politics, both state and federal, the program is in no way limited to people in politics. He said that any member of the faculty may interview people of prominence on any particular subject. Marcello said that of the 33 complete volumes now housed in the Oral History Collection, about 60 per cent are res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1970

■HP PAGE «—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Netters Nail East Texas Tuesday, April 14,1870 k By JAMES RITCHIE Dally Reporter The North Texas tennis team returned to its home courts Monday and defeated East Texas State 5-2. Steve Buck in the No. 1 singles spot was the only Eagle player who failed to win a singles match. Buck was defeated by John McGee 6-2, 6-3. Buck was troubled by a sore arm. Against Wichita State, Buck defeated Marvin Webster, South Africa's top-seeded collegiate and defending champion of the Missouri Valley Conference. In No. 2 singles, Danny Haddox played the fastest match as he defeated Eddie Munson 6-3, 6-1. Haddox's powerful serve and arsenal of deadly passing shots and strong volleys proved too much for his ETSU opponent. TOM ABERCROMBIE continued his steady play as he defeated John Blackmon 6-2, 6-2. Wearing a copper bracelet, that he Casper Marches To Masters Win AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Billy Casper stormed out a whopping, seven stroke lead, then coasted in for a 69-74 vi...

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