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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1970

mm The North Texas Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 15.1970 NO. 64 4 Senate Rejects Abolition by 22-18; Referendum To Decide USNT Future By BEN POSTON And JULIE BRASEE Daily Reporters Amid a background of alternating shouts, cheers, clapping and hisses from a gallery of about 200 Tuesday night, the USNT Senate voted to establish a student committee to draw up proposals for a referendum on student government. The resolution was co-authored by USNT President Joe Burgoyne and Vice- President John Stone. An earlier motion by Larry Lerrell calling for complete abolition of USNT, subject to a student referendum, failed by a 22-18 vote. Leaders of the abolition move said after the meeting that an assembly would be held in the park behind the Art Building today at I p.m. to discuss future plans for government at North Texas. Stone announced during the senate meeting that Dr. Don Beck of the speech and drama faculty would conduct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1970

ilfflil PAQK2—TM1 NORTH TEXAS DAILY y-.". v';"'■ 'A Wednesday, April 18,1970 IP Pwm The North Texas Daily Urd Year North Ttxai Stat* University Dntoa, Texts ALL AMERICAN LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS :jkte ■ 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, ita adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Many Wait Death Penalty Not Defensible They're waiting—on a matter of life and death. There are over 475 of them, and they wait in special accommodations designed especially for their kind. Some have been waiting for as long as 13 years. They wait on Death Row, in its subdivisions in state and federal prisons, for America to decide whether or not capital punishment is constitutional. The idea of punishment by death raises questions and controversy raging from one end of the moral and legal spectrum to the othe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1970

w 5 Wednesday. April 1B. 1870 PAOf 3—THI NORTH TIXAt DAILY > [• > $ > ► ♦ f t J > t d - « • • ► f • • > * . • « • • * * • « # * • • d • i t d i d UIL To Begin Literary Meet On Saturday University Interscholastic League (UIL) competition in 12 literary events is scheduled for the North Texas campus Saturday. District 7-AAAA schools; Highland Park, Mesquitc, Garland, Carrollton and Denton will be represented in the competition. Activities will begin with debate at 8:30 a.m. in the Speech and Drama Building, Room 188. Other competition held in this room will be informative speaking and persuasive speaking at 11:30 a.m., and poetry interpretation and prose reading at 11:30 a.m. Shorthand competition will begin at 10 a.m. in Room 330 of the Business Administration Building. Typewriting will follow in the same room at I p.m. Activities in Room 316 of the Language Building will be ready writing at 9:30 a.m. and spelling at I p.m. Number sense compeition will be held in the P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1970

FAQ 14—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 1 ■' to* Golfers To Join Tourney Houston Attracts 25 Teams By JAMES RITCHIE Daily Reporter Five members of this year's Eagle golf team are in Houston today to play in the 16th annual Ail-American Intercollegiate Invitation tournament. Guy Cullins, Dennis Walters, Bernie Averett, Bill Powell and Gary Kirwan will play 72 holes at Houston's Atascocita Country Club. Twenty-five schools will compete simultaneously for six different championships. These include the overall team title, team medal, team match, team best four ball, team best-two ball, and individual medalist. Memphis State and Wichita State join North Texas as Missouri Valley Conference representatives in what is known as the "Master's" of collegiate golf. "HOUSTON has to rate as the No. I favorite to win. They are the defending national champions, they are last year's overall team winner and they are playing in their own back yard," Coach Ferrill said. Tournament director Dave Williams noted, "O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1970

I The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat B3R0 YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 16,1970 NO 65 Astronauts Correct Course With Crucial Rocket Burn, Start Critical Maneuvers SPACE CENTER, Houston AP Back on course toward earth, Apollo I3's astronauts concentrated today on unique, critical maneuvers needed to steer their disabled spaceship home. James A. Lovell Jr., Fred W. Haise Jr. and John L. Swigert Jr. hurtled toward a Friday splashdown in the Pacific after a suspenseful engine firing Wednesday night in which they shifted off a perilous course that would have left them stranded in space. With the veteran Lovell at the controls, they triggered their lunar module engine for 15 seconds as the world held its breath. HAD THE midcourse firing failed, Apollo 13 would have missed earth by 104 miles and skipped off into space with no rescue possible. "You're looking good," Mission Control called out at the burn. "Nice work." After tracking the ship on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1970

i J . >• ../J ^ , "<f \ ' -- >Tr • "fl ' .... i. M • * ■ 5> ¥ i'< ♦ -*' *' •'* * ' *'" •*" " "* PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 6 rd Year North T« m SUte Unlverelty Peatoa. Ttiu ALL AMERICAN aai PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Thursday. April 16.1970 Teacher Sees Decline of Communism World Movement Now Fragmented Thur > \ • GEORGE FLYNN Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manage. 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. USNT Resolution Students Deserve Advanced Credits Two students in a senior level course did excellent work. They were both original, perceptive and inventive. They read their assignments on time and performed well on the tests. Their professor gave them each an 'A,' but one was not allowed the credit he deserved for the grade. He was only a sophomore, and at North Texas only junio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1970

} ► « > ► * * ► « * ♦ I I J I I % • # * t « > • ,. ', ' • ii ! Thursday. April 16,1970 ' , • ;; V. ' v PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Filmmaking Doors Open for Blacks Behind-the-Scene Soul Is Rare Directing Class Rehearses Gini Ellett, middle, gets hints on acting from Director Ken Marini, center, while the graduate acting class rehearses for a Tuesday performance of the "Respectful Prostitute." Larry Verner. in the background, looks on while Marini shows techniques of pulling Miss Verner from a chair. NEW YORK (AP) —- Black is currently beautiful in front of the movie cameras—witness Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, Jim Brown and Godfrey Cambridge, for prime examples. Turn these same cameras around to face the behind-scenes directors and technicians, however, and few, if any, blacks are to be seen. But, the few have opened wide the doors of movie opportunity and the situation is changing significantly. In the summer of 1968, Gordon Parks, esteemed magazine photographer for 20 y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1970

m -' - ■ RAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Gene Abrahamson> Thursday. April 16 . 19"rt) Spika's Humor In Poor Taste A pic in the face doesn't feel or look very good -but that's the way I felt after Coach Dan Spika threw a big, juicy one at the wl.uie North Texas campus on April Fools Day. Spika picked April 1st to hand his resignation to the administration. Rumors of the resignation had been floating around for months so not many were surprised by his action. Spika had tried to squelch the rumors of his departure with the phrase, "nothing to it." That's the same an- swer 1 got when I called Spika to check out the latest rumor I had received on March 31st. ABRAHAMSON The rumor was true. The next morning the Dallas Morning News had the story on Spika's resignation. WHY WAS the story in the News and not the Daily or even the Denton Record Chronicle? Maybe because Spika believed that the local newspapers don't have wide enough circulation and don't reach many cities outside of Texas. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1970 NO. 66 k I « I « 4 M 1 • • I f' ♦ I • • I • A I • I Report Recommends End of Formal Rush -.2prS?- _rr- ' •- •> * Sr< , .*• *• • % *•>• *: +.S ~' •> ■... _ v.;. "smm Pitchiri Pennies When the Whitwashed walls came tumbling down around the new Library Keith Spencer, 9. son of Mrs. Peggy Spencer, made the first wish and faithfully tossed his coin into the fountain The new Library will After 4 Difficult Days be finished and in use by the fall semester despite several delays which held up construction. — Photo by DAN WATSON A report from the College Fraternity Secretaries Association (CFSA), currently under study by the Interfraternity Council (IPC), the Alumni IFC and the administration, recommends the end of formal rush at NT. A three-man committee of the CFSA was here to investigate the Greek system in February at the request of IFC. The report consis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1970

, ' ' ■ p>5; I H'iff ■ ' . ■>' ' ; ' 11 •■> . , ' ■ PA - 2—TM« NORTH TtXAt DAILY Friday, April 17.1970 IS' DNEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*M.ONEY*MONEY*MONEY*'MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY*MONEY* MONE Financial Assistance Available for Education Quick Cure for Money Problems ■ There is little reason to drop out of school because of lack of money. If you qualify, you may be entitled to a loan or scholarship. The Financial Aid Office, which is located in Marquis Hall, has several types of loans available Room 335 of are grants, scholarships and the College Work-Study Program. The amount of financial aid which is awarded is based on the amount of aid the parents can supply. The student is also expected to make a contribution from his savings and from summer IHZEH Salaries G Graduating seniors have the upper hand this year as far as post-graduation job placement is concerned, according to John M. Brooks, director. Business Employment Service. Besides a nati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1970

■frmi-p:. ifi '' Friday. April 17.1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY * r • > t * > t > t > ► * • i * * • • • • • • • • • • • • • « ♦ • « i • • • • i • • 0 I WILLIE MORRIS Morris Describes Magazine Role Concern Over Civic Issues Not Enough While an individual may feel useless and encompassed by the country's social turmoil, being an intelligent and concerned young American is in itself a liberating experience, one of the youngest editors-in-chief of the country's oldest magazine said Wednesday night. Willie Morris, who at 32 became the youngest editor-in- chief of Harper's, discussed "The National Magazine in American Life Today" at the close of the 1969-70 Lecture Series. Morris said the national magazine today "can no longer be content with concern over specific civic issues and public-spirited citizens" as it was ten years ago. "it has to go much deeper to the real human causes," he said. "This country is now a place where a kind of rhetorical exaggeration has become a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1970

PAQK4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■■ Friday. April 17^ 1970 ■Kofi Eagle Netters Edge Hardin Simmons 4-2 Playing in Men's Gymnasium Thursday, The Eagle tennis team edged Hardin Simmons 4-2. Tom Abercrombie, playing in the No. I singles spot, scorched Les Blackburn with a blazing serve to win 6-2 and 6-4. Abercrombiecompleted his victory with a match-winning shot that hit the top of the net but fell over into Blackburn's court. Freshman John Winger, hitting several liners for winners (shots not returnable) smothered Jerry Crain 6-1 and 6-4. Combining several service aces with some smooth, crosscourt, backhand shots. Winger easily won the first set. Leading 4-1 in the second set. Winger cooled off enough to allow Crain to narrow the gap to 4-3. Needing to win the important sixth game and avoid going into extra games, Winger hit only seven shots, including three service aces to assure victory. Bill Uncapher defeated Bob King 6-1 and 6-1 to assure the Eagles at least a tie in the match. John V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1970

mm. ♦ i The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. APRIL 21, 1970 • I • • I • • I « • I « Police Seek Identity Of Building Bomber NO. 67 Despite the investigative efforts of the Denton Police and Fire Departments and the Campus Patrol, the identity of the fire bomber who attempted to burn down the Administration Building Saturday night is still unknown. The fire, which started in the men's lounge on the first floor of the building, was first noticed by Campus Patrolman Mike Amador as he made his routine foot rounds. "He discovered the fire quite by accident," said Bob Wallis, director of security. "He was in the vicinity on his routine round on the south side of the Administration Building. He saw somebody running toward the swimming pool from the building, but thought nothing of it since students do this all the time. "As he came along the east side of the building, he saw the blaze and quickly went inside and put t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1970

.THE NORTH TIXAS DAILY A V Scarborough J mmmm V * L A ' * * ' ♦ USNT ★ An Interpretive Look At the Turmoil f tf SO W L By GEORGE FLYNN, Editor and NANCY KEMPLIN, News Editor On week ago student government at North Texas rejected by a 22-18 vote a resolution to abolish itself, subject to a student referendum. The USNT Senate went on to establish a student committee to draw up proposals for a referendum on student government. How did a movement to abolish USNT come about, and more important, why? What is going to replace it? These and other questions are being asked on every level of the university community, and no one at this time is certain of the outcome of the move by a relatively small number of students, to abolish USNT. THE EVENTS reported concerning last week's drive to dissolve USNT and subsequent discussion on student government went as follows: • Wednesday, April 8—An evening meeting between Irwin Wingo and other organizers of the abolition move with USNT President Joe Bur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1970

' ■'sNiwfl * - * * • ♦ * * •'« i + 9 ► • * • « 4 • « I • • • • • • * • • 0 • ♦ « « t • < • • • • * • # • V « Tuesday, April 21,1970 Drama Class French Plays Begin Today Two well-known French plays will be presented today at 4:15 p.m. in the Studio Theater of the Speech and Drama Building. The performances are the first in a series of eight plays to be presented by members of the advanced directing class. "The Respectful Prostitute," by Jean- Paul Sartre, is considered to be "black comedy." The play deals with the soul of Lizzie McKay, whose only gift to life is herself. Directors are Ken Marini, Bowling Green, Ohio, senior, and Sally Holman, Austin junior. Lizzie will be played by Gini Ellett, Hutt junior. Fred will be played by Larry Verner, San Antonio freshman. Rounding out the cast are Kevin Wing, Richardson freshman, who plays the southern senator, and Lewis Jordan, Fort Worth, who plays a black accused of raping Lizzie. Jean Anouilh's "Traveler Without Luggage" deals with a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1970

-V PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 21,1970 COACH HARRY MILLER Harry Miller Fills Spika's Post; Brings 10-Year 200-77 Record • • ♦ By GENE ABRAHAMSON Sports Editor North Texas students are familiar with winning ways in basketball over the last two years—and new Coach Harry Miller hopes to keep it that way. Miller was named Saturday at a press conference in Dallas to the post vacated by Dan Spika April I. Miller brings a fantastic record with him to NT. He has a 10 year coaching record of 200-77 and has been in post-season playoffs eight times. For the past five years he has been at Eastern New Mexico State where he compiled a 104-37 in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NA1A) action. His teams have participated in NA1A playoffs four times, making the national tournament three times. In 1969, Eastern New Mexico won the NAIA national title. From 1960-65 Miller was the head coach at Fresno State College where he had a 94- 40 record with four California Colleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1970

* * ♦ ♦ ♦ * * * ♦ * 9 % 4 m i 63RD YEAR he North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. APRIL22. 1970 NO 68 Earth Day To Begin at Grass Roots YarboroughTo Open NT Ceremonies ♦ V- ' . . j. vt BLUE KEY 5UPP0RT5 E ar th Da APRIL 22 o y, NT PARK Sign Supports E Day By JUDY yUARLES Daily Reporter NTSU will begin its version of National Earth Day with U.S. Sen. Ralph Yarborough's 10 a.m. keynote address in the park behind the Library. At II a.m. in the park, representatives will participate in panel discussions which will be followed by various campus folk singers and bands from noon to 12:30 p.m. The Upstart Green Players will continue the entertainment with some original sketches concerning environmental problems. Representatives of the Baptist Student Union will hold a "funeral" at noon for campus pollution. The "burial" will be in the park. A tree-planting ceremony is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. in front of the Biology Building. Five en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1970

M' WM THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. April 22.1970 Why Have Earth Day in Denton? EARTH LOVE IT on LEAVE IT —Photos by Gene Abrahamson and Sue Pettit ♦ # « ► ♦ a * * > ♦ ft ft « 4 * 4 W • ft The North Texas Daily 53rd Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER GEORGE FLYNN Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager "5 • « • 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 5297, NT Station, Denton, Texas 76203 Telephone: 387-4611, extension 354 PACEMAKER o TIMES Southwestern Journalism Congrats ALL-AMERICAN 53 TIMES Page Editors NANCY KEMPLIN TERKY KELLY SUE PETTIT JULIAN WILLIAMS GARYLYN SAMPSON news news editorials editorial assistant amusements RETTYE MECASON GENE ABRAHAMSON MIKE WHITEHEAD DAN WATSON LARRY MITCHELL CANDY CHESTNUT news assistant sports s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1970

Wednesday, April 22,1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY « \ ♦ A > * • > ♦ * f « 4 * « • • "I • 4 • • • "f • • # t • • • 4 • t # * * • • AAUP Distributes Evaluation To Full-Time Faculty Members The NTSU chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) has distributed evaluation sheets to all full-time faculty members asking them to participate in a Faculty- Administration Cooperative Evaluation. The project is the first of its kind at North Texas. Each full-time faculty member has been asked to evaluate his department or division chairman or coordinator, the dean of his school or college and the academic vice- president. Completed answer sheets should be placed in a large envelope addressed to Roscoe Adkins of the government faculty, president of the NT chapter of AAUP, or given to Adkins personally no later than 5 p.m. Monday, Adkins said. Adkins said April 28 is reserved for computer time and tabulations will be taken to President John Kamerick as soon as the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS OAILY Wednesday. April 22.1970 Tennis Player Readies for MVC Mabe Claims Copper Cure By JAMES RICHIE Daily Reporter Wearing a copper bracelet that he claims has cured the soreness in his arm and elbow, Dixie Mabe, vasity tennis player, eyes the Missouri Valley Conference tournament with the competive desire to defend his No. 4 singles title. The southpaw began having arm soreness after switching from a wood racket to a metal racket this year. "1 first heard of the copper bracelet at last year's Wimbledon tournament (on TV). Australian tennis pro Tony Roche credited his fine play to the copper bracelet which he claimed had cured the arthritis and the tendonitis in his elbow," Mabe said. Mabe bought his bracelet when the team went on its Easter tour. "My arm feels strong and I wear it all the time," Mabe added. Steve Buck, No. I singles player for the Eagles, joked, "Dixie got took by some old witch doctor who runs a pro shop on the side." A Dallas company that ...

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