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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1976

The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 120 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1976 I: « , M 1 # « f 4, f ■ i * I K 'a ii i v ' ' M I ♦- "1 i , - * 1 I. >/) SGA Calls Special Meeting For Constitutional Revisions Discussion of proposed Student Government Association (SGA) con- stitutional revisions will continue in a special meeting today at I p.m. in the SGA Office, on the fourth floor of the University Union. The special meeting was called because last Tuesday's meeting at the Coors Distributing Center was curtailed at 9:30 p.m. when the building closed. A constitutional revision was deemed necessary because the present constitu- tion has never been sent to the Board of Regents for approval. A COMMITTEE composed of as- semblymen Bill Brienza, Joe Dodd and incoming president Raoul Smyth presented a constitution for considera- tion. Jane Gentry Smith, vice-president for student affairs, said Wednesday that the document was never forw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1976

Thursday, August 12, 1976 | Thursday, August 12, 1976 PAGE 2 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Program Consoles Rape Victims By SALLY GREENE, Daily Reporter It was late at night. A girl was taken to Flow Memorial Hospital by police. She said someone forced open her bedroom window, came in, blind- folded her and raped her. "I was called in as a counselor," said Detective Jo Ann White of the University Police. "A city police detective asked questions while I tried to say things to relax the victim and get her thinking rationally again. "Together, we calmed her down. She started to remember little things. We began to piece a story together. . . ." Within six hours, a suspect was apprehended. He admitted guilt and took 30 years without trial. That experience, though harrowing, represents in some respects a goal realized. It was a success for Denton Rape Crisis Intervention—the result of two years of effort by university and community law en- forcement officers, hospital personnel and a host of vol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1976

Thursday, August 12, 1976 m THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 fed les 1al [s. It- las '• B us 's Ith Im Ins lor In- lli.s is a |he to sue fop it It, a My len- lust |oni lot by too m- isis aid ton I $2 NT Professor 'Play Acts' Theatre Spotlights Dr. Windham Ocean Piece Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS By BARRON LUDLUM Daily Reporter As radiation safety officer for the uni- versity, Dr. Pat Windham of the physics faculty acts as liaison for state radiation inspections, but this is not the only capacity in which he acts. Located directly above the fire sta- tion, just off the courthouse square in Denton, is the Firehouse Commun- ity Theatre where Dr. Windham often can be found acting in a play. Dr. Windham's wife Barbara also might be found working at the Firehouse Com- munity Theatre. The Windhams first met at the community thea- tre. She was work- ing on the light crew for a play in which Dr. Windham was acting. drink at exactly the right time so you don't have gurgling noises coming out." Since...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1976

? PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NTSU Grants Tenure Tenure appointments and faculty promotions for fall were announced in the April-July issue of the President's Bulletin. The following tenure appointments were granted in the College of Arts and Sciences: Dr. Richard Armey, economics; Edward Coomes, history; Ernestine Farr, journalism; Dr. Loyd Fitzpatrick, biology; Fannie Gaupp, sociology; Dr. Douglas Johnson, psy- chology; Dr. Tae Guk Kim, journalism; Dr. George Larson, speech communica- tion and drama; Dr. Paul Lewis, mathematics; Dr. Victor Nielsen, political science; Dr. Leslie Smith, speech communication and drama; Roger Thomason, art; and Dr. Earl Zimmerman, biology. IN THE COLLEGE of Business Ad- ministration tenures were granted to Dr. Wilmert Perkins and Dr. J.B. Spalding. Dr. Clinton Wainwright was granted tenure in the School of Community Ser- vice. Lewis Gillis was granted tenure in the School of Music. In the College of Education, tenure was granted to the following facu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1976

t 9 1 ' Thursday, August 12, 1976 Remodeling Increases Work Space Repartitioning of sccond floor offices in the Administration Building's east wing is being done to provide more working space. Remodeling is expected to be completed by September. The west wing of the second floor has been completed and is temporarily being occupied by President C. C. Nolen and his staff. The Office of the Vice-President of Academic Affairs is permanently located in the west wing. Upon completion of the east wing, the president and staff offices will be moved there permanently. The offices of the vice-presidents of student and fiscal affairs are located on the first floor, east wing. They will be moved directly upstairs to the second floor when that wing is completed. The Graduate Office is located on the first floor, west end. It will be moved directly upstairs. The Admissions and Records Office will occupy the west wing on the first floor. The fiscal office will be in the east wing when all other of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 12, 1076 New Associate Athletic Director Plans Improvements of Program Making Plans Photo by BOND'. PHILLIPS Associate Athletic Director Dolores Copeland formulates strategy for improvements in the women's athletic program. By BETH ROSE Daily Reporter Administering five women's sports, coaching the volleyball team, raising funds for women's athletics and at the same time trying to improve the quality of the women's athletic program, will keep Dolores Ann Copeland busy as the new associate athletic director. After spending her summer working on a doctoral degree at the University of Iowa, she arrived Aug. 4 to face uncer- tainty in coaches, scholarships and facilities. SHE SAID HER biggest problem is hiring qualified coaches. "The demand certainly exceeds the supply. We were fortunate to hire Cherrie Rapp. She is coming in with some very outstanding credentials," Miss Copeland said. Miss Rapp will coach basketball and tennis. A recommen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

Tuesday, Sf v The North Texas Daily FAR NO. 1 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1976 orm Deluge Causes 'Welcome' Problem West Hall Reopens Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Mie than 3,000 requests for dorm rooms forced 'hereopening of West Hall, above, and the con- verion of activity rooms into bedrooms. Dorm directors say they hope to have students in per- manent rooms by Friday. West Hall, however, will probably remain open the rest of the semester. By RALI'H WIMNGHAM Staff Writer Beds in activity rooms and the reopen- ing of West Mall are two of the tem- porary measures being used to handle the overflow o! students returning to NT for the fall semester "This is a problem, but it is the kind of problem we welcome," Jim Peterson, assistant housing director, said Monday. "We hope to have everyone out of the activity areas and into permanent rooms by Friday." Peterson said students in the activity rooms will be assigned to the rooms of people who do not claim their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

An Editorial Council Detours Issue The Denton City Council's failure to reach an agreement with NTSU over the proposed closing of portions of Avenue D and Prairie Street reveals a glaring lack of leadership and cooperation among the city fathers. The city and university wasted more than a year bickering over the proposal to close portions of the two streets as part of a new Health, Physical Education and Recreation complex. Last week, city and university negotiators finally reached a compromise agreement only to have the agree- ment fail to get the needed approval of the city council. Three votes were needed to have the measure sent to the regents, but only Mayor Elinor Hughes of the community services faculty and Mayor Pro Tem Ben Ivy saw fit to vote for the compromise. Councilman Bill Nash, apparently feeling that his constituents favor costly court battles and drawn out negotiations, voted against the measure saying that he felt it was what the people of Denton wanted him to do. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 * / J .'I Tuesday, August 31, 1976 I ^Carriage ?gua <>m n %t ili C I 915 Ave. C. 1914 Carroll Birthday Sale Be Stylish with Denim! Denim! Denim! The new European styles are here in jeans, vests, skirts and jackets. All in soft prewashed denim. Also our regular low rise and high rise jeans in crisp denim are marked down. Better hurry while the selection is good. An added extra! Check out our wide selection of blouses to top it all. We're 'CUAty Year Old 20% OFF Blue Denim Jeans Every jean in stock reduced for Birthday Sale only. Includes all famous name brands. Size 1 to 18 for Misses and Juniors. Carriage Square 903 Ave. C 382-4333 BankAmericard Layaway Master Charge stage 1 BankAmericard Store Hours: 10 Till 7 Open Mon. & Thurs. Nights Till 9 The Perfect Gift For Students MEAN GREEN EAGLE In 14K Gold *55, Gold Plate sll", And \ '"charm"'"" ' Sterling Silver «9" \ / / Y Ideal For Bracelets Or Necklaces—Exclusive With r"'~JEWELERs'*""1 Open 9:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

'I rBrings Us Together' SAU Sponsors Activities Week Various special events will be featured until Friday during the Student Ac- tivities Union (SAU) "SAU Brings Us Together Week," Wayne Bumette, SAU activities adviser, said Friday. Student Services will have informa- tion tables set up today and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the University Union courtyard. Representatives of the Dean of Stu- dents Office, Placement Office, Finan- cial Aid Office, Activities and Organiza- tions Office, Housing Office, Recreational Sports Office. University Police, Counseling and Testing Center and Student Health Center will be available at the tables to answer ques- tions anyone might have. ★ ★★ TV Group Shows Off Equipment The Student Activities Union (SAU) Videotape Committee will demonstrate its tape equipment in the University Union courtyard today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. "The demonstration will be in the form of man-on-the-street interviews," Susan Neuwirth, chairman of the Videotape Commi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

* > i Tuaaday, August 31, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 I < I 1 4* 4* k I * * V ♦ ♦ t t NT 'Diggers' Fail To Uncover Lost Red River Trading Post By JOHN KLUTHE Special Writer After six weeks of excavation at a site outside of Texarkana, two NT archaeologists were unable to find a French trading post believed to have operated in the area. Dr. Kathleen Gilmore and Clin Mc- Cormick, research archaeologists with the Institute of Applied Sciences, found several artifacts, but none substantiate the site as that of Bernard LaHarpe's post. LaHarpe, a Frenchman, was sent to the Red River area in 1719 by the French in order to establish trade with the Kadohadocho Indians, according to McCormick. THEIR INTEREST in this particular site was twofold, they said. "We were both interested from an academic standpoint in the contact situations between the aboriginal cultures and the more technologically sophisticated French," McCormick stated, "and in defining exactly what changes occurred...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

I ' 5v' 'li^f!/'-''^ •>:'. '$£■< $JP5r' 1 PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, August 31, 1976 Green To Get Mean Fry Names Probable Starters By NANCY DEEN Sports Editor NT will have a better football team this year but will face one of its roughest line-ups of opponents. Most people connected with Mean Green football are anxiously looking forward to Sept. 18, dale of the 7:30 p.m. meeting of the NT Mean Green and the Longhorns of Texas. This will be the first meeting of the two teams. Early reports indicate that all rooms in Austin will be booked for the weekend of the game. Other notable opponents in the Mean Green schedule of affairs include SMU, former employer of NT head coach Hayden Fry; Oklahoma State, an up- and-coming team in the Big Eight; Florida State, an independent; and Mis- sissippi State, NT's first opponent and a team Fry said he can't look past. Fry has named his probable starting line-up for the game with Mississippi Slate at 1:30 Saturday in Starkville. HE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

Tuesday, August 31, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 7 a- I* { i \L j ► } I / r \ i u MOVING (NEXT DOOR) SALE AT ax: * r.'VW', T^.i ?(6um^7w->'■ ;i EVERYTHING MUST GO WALL TO WALL 10% TO 95% OFF ON • Suits • Slacks • Shirts • Socks • Jeans • Shoes • Sweat shirts • Underwear WALL TO WALL SALE FROM NOW THRU SEPTEMBER AT • • • Carriage Square Mon-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. WiAyl& *: 382-1713 Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. * i ) 1

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1976

1/ 'I PAGE 8 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY v « Tuesday, August 31, 1976 BURGER KING*ANNOUNCES ITS FAMOUS HALF PRICE SALE! THIS IS OUR WAY OF WELCOMING NEW STUDENTS AND RENEWING OLD FRIENDSHIPS. SO C'MON - HAVE IT YOUR WAY®AT HALF PRICE WITH THE COUPON BELOW. Eagle Drive at Avenue C The Whopper. The famous giant broiled beef hamburger. Topped with pickles, catsup, onions, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise. ! \Tx/ The Whaler. Our whopping-big fish sandwich. Crisp outside, tender inside. Topped with lettuce and tartar sauce on a tasty sesame-seed bun. The Yumbo. Our big hot ham- and-cheese sandwich. Tangy ham and melted cheddar cheese on a sesame-seed bun. Whopper, Jr. A kid-sized version of the Whopper. Not as big, but made with lots of the san e good things. BURGER KING This coupon good Sept. I through Sept. 7, 1976. Coupon entitles the hearer to half-price on all items on BURGER KING restaurant's menu. This offer is good only at Eagle /■ '. at Axe. C in Denton and is void after Tuesday Sept....

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

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1976 * J" / SGA To Schedule Constitution Vote By DAVID MATUSTIK Staff Writer If students vote to accept a new stu- dent government constitution in an up- coming September referendum, the Stu- dent Government Association (SGA) Photo by BARRON LUDLUM Slosh! Heavy rains late Tuesday afternoon forced most stu- dents to cross streets in ankle deep water as they walked to class. Forecasters predict rain again today. will be no more. The referendum vcte will be in about three weeks. The proposed document, drawn up by a three-member SGA committee, would change the name of the organization to the Student Association of North Texas State University. A revision was deemed necessary by the SGA after Jane Gentry Smith, vice- president of student affairs, rejected a I975 constitution. If Mrs. Smith had approved the con- stitution, it would have been sent to President C. C. Nolen and, in turn,...

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

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Pedal Pushers Wheel, Deal ' Wednesday, September 1, 1876 & i With Student Bicycle Nee The peeling white paint on the tiny parts shack, the splintering workbench on the driveway and the garage that is a makeshift showroom might make a passer-by conclude that Rogers Bike Shop is some "pedal-by- night" operation. But a more detailed investigation would inevitably confirm the old addage: One can't judge a shop by its showroom. In fact, of the three bicycle businesses listed in the Bike Master Cecil Rogers, 65-y?ar-old co-owner of Rogers Bicycle Shop relies on twenty-six years ex- perience as a master of bicycle mechanics. Denton yellow pages, Rogers is the oldest shop. Lo- cated at IS 14 Eagle Drive, the little business will mark its 26th anniversary this October for repairing and selling nearly every type of bike imagineable. 1 he brothers who own Rogers Bike Shop, Cecil and Eugene, attribute their success and longevity to a sim- ple formula: giving fri...

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

Wednesday, September 1, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Ik". SU Campus Dramatists Announce Semester Production Schedule IV I ! .'I ' Fair Time <s*r7jr< ■■■ ' ~*$ST ' •* Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Chet Tata, left, and James McGee, NT students, participate Irwthe Student Activities Union (SAU) organization fair. The fair, which began Tuesday, will continue through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the University Union Silver Eagle Room. Exhibits and representatives provide information concerning membership and meeting times of campus groups. Admission is free. By JEAN TUITE Special Writer Productions for this fall's semester drama season are "The Tempest," "A Gift of Time," "Cabaret Theater" and "Panhandle." "The Tempest," showing Sept. 28- Oct. 2, will be directed by Dr. Stanley Hamilton of the speech and drama faculty. Auditions for the show are 7 p.m. Wednesday and 4 and 7 p.m. Thursday. Dr. Hamilton describes the play as a "fantasy dealing with a magician and his daughter s...

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

' PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Grad Dissects Election Haste Makes '72 Waste for McGovern The primary cause for Sen. George McGovern's downfall in the 1972 presidential campaign was the poor rhetorical strategy he used during the Eagleton affair, a former NT graduate student has discovered. Deanna Alfred found that McGovern's vacillating support of Sen. Tom Eagleton, his vice-prcsidenlial run- ning male, after the disclosure of Eagleton's background of psychiatric treatment eventually cost McGovern the confidence of the people. Mrs. Alfred, a high-school teacher in Brenham, conducted research on McGovern's campaign for a master's degree in speech communication, which she received at the Aug. 14 commence- ment. SHE ANALYZED McGovern's speeches during the three-week period which began with the publicizing of Eagleton's mental history and ended with his resignation as the vice- presidential candidate. National Board To Give Three Teacher Exams Students completing teacher prepara- tion...

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

Wednesday, September 1, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Seven Receive Coed Athletic Scholarships by NANCY DEEN Sports Editor Seven women athletes will play on the women's basketball or volleyball teams under partial athletic scholarships granted by the women's athletic depart- ment. The scholarships of $200 to $400 were used to help pay the women's tuition ex- penses. These were the first scholarships to be granted by the women's athletic department in NTSU school history. THE SIX recipients of basketball scholarships are: Kathy Acker, former guard on the North Mesquite High School basketball team; Lisa Angus, former captain of the basketball, vol- leyball and track teams at Bryan Adams High School in Dallas, Dixie Kruger, captain of the basketball team at Sanger High School; Julie Walker from Arlington High School; Becky Anderson, a returning senior on the basketball team; and Althea Toliver from San Antonio Junior College. Miss Angus was chosen most valuable player in volleyba...

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

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 1, 1976 SOUND WAREHOUSE 1220 W.Hickory 382-1823 Mon.-Sat. 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Back To School Special! Store-Wide Sale With Student I.D. Albums—$3.95 Tapes—$4.95 Doubles—$1.00 Off Sound Warehouse Most Recommended Special Group Of New Releases. LP's—$3.45 ROCK Hall and Oates—Bigger Than Both Of Us Blue Oyster Cult—Agents Of Fortune Fleetwood Mac—Fleetwood Mac Heart—Dreamboat Annie BozScaggs—Silk Degrees James Taylor—In The Pocket Linda Ronstadt—Hasten Down The Wind Rod Stewart—A Night On The Town DwightTwilley Band—Sincerely Aerosmith—Rocks Jefferson Starship—Spitfire Orleans—Walking And Dreaming Jeff Beck—Wired Gino Vanelli—The Gist Of The Gemini Yamashta, Winwood, Shrieve—Go TAPE—$4.45 SOUL Wild Cherry—Wild Cherry Tower of Power—Ain't Nothing Stoppin Us Now Average White Band—Soul Searchin Norman Connors—Aquarian Dream Labelle—Chameleon Al Jarreau—Glow Diana Ross—Greatest Hits Commodores—Hot On The Tracks JAZZ Herbie Hancock—Secre...

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