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

Union Defects Halt Payment To Contractor By JIM POYNER, Staff Writer University officials arc still withholding $60,000 from the contrac- tor of the University Union because of defects in workmanship, ac- cording to James H. Nash, manager of facilities, construction and maintenance. The building has been open since Jan. 27. Nash said the $60,000 was subtracted from a total contract figure of $6,084,438.77 for Batson-Cook Construction Co. of Dallas because they have failed to replace faulty materials or to correct construction errors after being asked repeatedly to do so. ORIGINALLY, $380,000 was withheld until a month ago when Batson-Cook made some repairs, the manager said. Nash called the $60,000 still being withheld a "hefty figure" for the amount of work to be corrected, but added that the money served as an insurance policy for the university. Repairs that must be made before the $60,000 is paid include the repouring of some cracking pavement surrounding the building, the repai...

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

„ PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY * Thursday, September 2, 1876 An Editorial Politics Merit Scrutiny Students arc busy people. They attend classes every day; they do homework and read assign- ments each night. They lead active social lives. Many belong to clubs, fraternities and other groups that make claims on their time. Many students work parttime or fulltime in order to pay tuition and living expenses. A smaller number perform volunteer work. Most have never been away from home for any length of time before their college days and have many adjust- ments to make as they learn to be independent. No wonder many students become so locked into the university routine that they lose awareness of the world outside classrooms and dorms. The class-cram-quiz treadmill can easily gobble up all the student's hours—except the time most set aside for socializing with friends. News of the "outside world," where leaders in all fields make decisions affecting the future, is often shut out. This year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 September 1976

\\ j Thursday, September 2, 1976 Cut-Rate Movies SAU Will Relieve Strained Budgets Freebie and cheapie movies will provide entertainment for the NTSU student whose budget has been recently drained by registration and buying books. Beginning the fall fare will be a five- movie bonanza, "Cinema Surprise," Friday beginning at 7 p.m. in the Ly- ceum, Anita McMahan, Student Ac- tivities Union (SAU) film committee chairman, said. An admission charge of 75 cents with NT ID covers the five movies, which are "Brewster McCloud" starring Sally Kel- lerman and Bud Cort; "Fatal Glass of Beer," with W.C. Fields; James Thurber's "Unicorn in the Garden;" Walt Disney's "Fantasia;" and Frank Capra's "Lost Horizon." Other offerings for the month include Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh," to be shown Sept. 9 and 10. The flick stars Lee Marvin, Robert Ryan, Jeff Bridges and Bradford Dil- Iman in a story about a traveling salesman. The film, which is directed by John Frankenheimer, will be shown at 2,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 September 1976

$F. PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 2, 1076 Agoinst Mississippi State Fry Chooses Ray As Signal Caller No. 1 Threesome Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Coach Fry's triumvirate at quarterback are all healthy and ready to face Mississippi State in the opening game of what may prove to be the Mean Green's most challenging season. Pictured from left are Ken Smith, Ken Washington and Glen Ray. Ray is Fry's choice to start in the Saturday afternoon game, but the field is open to all. Fry plans to use all three, if needed, By ROBIN HORTON Sports Editor Unlike most college teams, North Texas will be going into its first game of the season against Mississippi State with three No. I quarterbacks. Hayden Fry, athletic director and head football coach, has picked Glen Ray, 6-4, 224-pound Midland senior, to start in Saturday's contest in Starkville, Miss. But Fry said he anticipates playing all three of his passers before the game is over. "We'll let the situation determine what happens,...

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

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DFNTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1976 k\ L V < J f \ Wr J'' \ k.\ f v / SG A Trims Budget, Cuts Staff Salaries By RALPH WININGHAM Staff Writer A $5,000 cut in the Student Govern- ment Association's (SGA) funds for the fall and spring semesters is causing a complete revision of the budget, Raoul Smyth, SGA president, said Tuesday. "We will only be receiving $17,000 of the Student Services Fees this year, compared to $22,000 last year," Smyth said. "The cut was a kind of 1 Ith hour decision, and we are still trying to find out who cut the budget and why." SMYTH SAID SGA salaries and travel expenses will suffer the greatest cuts. The money saved from these two areas will be used in the maintenance and operation fund. Life Search Continues Viking II Readies Descent to Mars PASADENA, Calif. (AP)—The Vik- ing II Mars probe was given a thorough checkup Thursday for its venturesome expedition to a planet that is hostil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 September 1976

r®-': PAQE 2 Ml ■ •• •#..,.... yff' i—'-.-'•—-r -• "**• '• • •• - • I --mmm < a, . ,&*:. ,' — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY «Kif"-!5sr Texf by DAVID MATUSTIK Photos by BARRON LUDLUM Friday, September 3, V76 \ Carnival World Offers Look at Colorful People t "Nickel a game." "Let's play, lei's do It," "He gunned one, he won one." A carnival brings back the little kid in a person. . the lights. . .the sounds. . . the people. Cloudy skies still hovered overhead and there were few people at the North Texas State Fair. The rains had turned the grounds to a muddy mess, isolating some "joints" from even the most ardent chance taker. THE "CARNIES" had lost their spirit. Rain means no people. No people means no money. "Just because you have joints (booths) doesn't mean you'll make money," Del- la Jones, who along with her husband, owns and manages the games of chance, said. "If a person is not lucky he might get mad and say "You sure make a lot of money.' It's a challenge. You may make it one ...

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

Friday, September 3, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 h r L \ O'Jays 'Love Train' Rolls Into Coliseum Wednesday The musical group O'Jays will appear in concert Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Coliseum, according to Mary Yates, director of student activities. The O'Jays' hits include "Backstab- bers," "Love Train,-" "For the Love of Money," "I Love Music" and "Livin' For the Weekend." Tickets for the concert may be purchased in the University Union Ticket Office or at Sears in Denton Center, Ms. Yates said. Tickets are $6.75 and $5.75, and all seats are reserved. TICKET OFFICE hours are: Mon- day-Friday 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 4:30-8:30 p.m.; and Saturday, 1-3 p.m. and 5:30-8:30 p.m. Warm-up group for the concert will be the Commodores. The O'Jays have been singing together for 18 years. The trio consists of Eddie Levert, Walter Williams and Sammy Strain, who has temporarily replaced William Powell. Strain previously was with Little Anthony and the Imperials for 12 years. Williams in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 September 1976

iMBSM W Friday, September 3, 19V PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Stripathon To Benefit Children Girls Take It off for Muscular Dystrophy DALLAS (AP)—Diana will be taking off her clothes for a lot of crippled children Labor Day. So will Caylen. And Kathy. And Sharon, and 13 other dancers at a Dallas topless club. But it's all for a good cause, club owner Bob Murdock said Wednesday. MURDOCK SAID all 17 of "my girls have enthusiastically agreed to work 21 hours through the Jerry Lewis muscular dystrophy telethon and donate all their earnings." He said it's no gimmick or gold mine venture. "How could it be?" Murdock asked "I've got three kids of my own. I thank God they're all healthy. We opened the club five years ago and I've always wanted to set aside some of the profits for UNICEF, the United Nations children's fund, but somehow we've just never done it. Then I got the idea to have the girls work from 8 p.m. Sunday to 5:30 p.m. Monday, donating all their tips to the muscular dystroph...

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

Friday, September 3, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 / , s? Photo By BARRON LUDLUM Increased Security Securely locked bicycles like this one have reduced campus bicycle thefts by 20 per cent this year, according to police theft reports. Student awareness and added security have been named as the major reasons for this reduction. NT 40 Regroups Applicant Guidelines Expand This year for the first time, applica- tions for membership in the North Texas 40 will be made available to any qualified student who is interested in be- ing considered, according to Ron Pokorny of the Development Office. The NT 40 is a select group of 40 stu- dents who serve as hosts and hostesses on behalf of President C.C. Nolen at of- ficial university functions. Originated in the fall I974, the group has previously been chosen from those students sug- gested by the president's staff and the student affairs staff. During the last two years, members of the NT 40 have helped President Nolen host a variety of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 September 1976

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I r m ^amSSf. Wind-up Doll Photo by BARRON LUDLUM Finding a place to catch a quick 30 winks is hard on a muddy foot- ball field, but this Mean Green player finally succeeded and laid his sleepy head to rest. The unidentified player, refreshed after his short nap, returned to preparing for Saturday's game. Scouting Report MSU Carries Heft EDITOR'S NOTE: The Eagles' of- fense should have its hands full against a Mississippi Stale University defensive line which averages 240 pounds per man. Here is a release from the MSU Sports Information Department analyzing the Bulldogs' down linemen. Blend ample experience with some talented newcomers and you have a cap- sule comment on Mississippi State's in- terior defensive personnel. SECTION COORDINATOR Ronnie Gray, who guides the Bulldog middle guards and defensive tackles, expects several challenges from the candidates for playing time. A veteran of four years as a Bulldog aide, the native of Sidon, Miss., has e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1976

%> City Council Votes To Close Streets By SCOTT WHITE, SUIT Writer The Denton City Council, by a vote of 3-1 and one abstention, Tuesday night approved an offer from NTSU that will cfose portions of Avenue D and Prairie Streets to make room for campus expansion. The university will, in turn, reimburse the city an es- timated $400,500 for costs and services incurred in closing the streets. More specifically, Avenue D will be closed between Chestnut and Highland streets and Prairie between Avenue C and Avenue E. The Board of Regents must now approve the offer worked out by President C. C. Nolen, but approval is ex- pected, he said Tuesday night. He said he would call a special meeting of the regents as soon as he can get a qorum of the members present, which he thought would be about Sept. 18. Nolen said at that meeting he would request the regents withdraw the current court appeal on the street issue. MAYOR ELINOR Hughes, Mayor Pro Tern Ben Ivey and Dr. Ray Stephens voted for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 8,' 1976 DIALOGUE: ■' i EDITOR'S NOTE—Daily editorials editor, David Board, conducted this interview with Raoul Smyth, Stu- dent Government Association (SGA) president, concern- ing his plans and goals for SGA this year. DAILY: Lack of student involvement has been a problem area for SGA in the past. What plans do you have to encourage campus-wide participation? SMYTH: To begin with, university committees is the one area where a lot of students get involved in putting in time. We have almost 90 committee posi- tions at this time. But last year the committee system failed in that the students didn't get to meet as often as they wished and also because the committee chair- men didn't call meetings. What we would like to do is have student committees to parallel the current uni- versity committee system. In these committees we want to let the students decide what their policies will be and then delegate members from these student com- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1976

' Wednesday, September 8, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 |j 1 I It' \ L I to 6 > Peanuts for Picasso ... Limited Budgets Can Buy a Master Today it's possible, on a peanut budget, to own an original Picasso—or a Goya, Miro, Matisse, Calder—even an old master. In the past 25 years, people of all ages and incomes have wanted to own pic- tures that were actually touched by the artist, according to a press release from Ferdinand Roten Galleries in Baltimore. The company sells original prints for this market. EVEN WITH today's inflation, the company says that one can own an original print for as little as SIO. To be an original by Roten's defini- tion, the work must have been conceived by the artist, the artist must have par- ticipated in the preparation of the plate, stone screen or other medium, and the work must have been made from the original plate. The final price of the work is deter- mined by the artist, the quality and the added consumer touches. A WORK that is limited to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Stakes Keep Rising in Hurricane Roulette South Padre Island Residents Invest Money, Lives Photo By BARRON LUDLUM Landmark The Administration Building tower is observed through the windows of the Informa- tion Science Building. SOUTH PADRE ISLAND (AP)— Residents and investors on this popular i. land resort are playing hurricane roulette—a dangerous annual game where losers lose millions. And the real losers lose their lives. "It's really a big question mark," muses building inspector John Armeau. "We'll just have to wait until the next big blow corncs through." Although weathermen warn that a major hurricane would cover Padre Island with five feet or more of angry ocean waves, residents are betting their fortunes it'll never happen. The last "big blow" to move over the island was Hurricane Beulah in September 1967 and it caused no deaths. But since then, the island town has ex- perienced a building boom. SINCE 1973, when South Padre Island became an inc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1976

/ednesday, September 8, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 ' t ' <7 Rj D 'k f 8 * Inflation Causes Changes Dorm Menus Vary By the Dawn's Early Light. Photo by ART CHAPMAN Cindy Ellis, Houston freshman, sketches a tree on the east side of the University Union in the early morning light. Miss Ellis was one of four Drawing I students who selected the Union and its sur- rounding foliage as the subject of their line draw- ings Tuesday. The students said the lines and contours of the Union made it an ideal subject for their first drawings of the semester. Revision of food service menus and direct election of dorm food committee members should make eating in the dor- mitories more pleasing, Rachel Mays, director of food service, said Tuesday. Although food prices have increased, neither the food budget nor dormitory board rates have been increased to com- pensate. As a result. Food Service will be cutting back on desserts in order to improve the quality of main dishes. About 30 new rec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ",v,■ ,... ■ .. >si . . v, ..... , Wednesday, September 8, 1P76 Green Lose Game, Chapman NT Suffers Twice Up Against a Wall Photo by ROBIN HOHTON Eagle running back Brad Hammit meets a swarm of Mississippi State defenders in Saturday's mudfest in Starkville, Miss. Most of the game was played between the two teams' 30 yard lines ex- cept for a shocking two-play drive which netted the Bulldogs the only score of the contest. Soccer Team Extends Streak By Defeating Cougars, Mavs By NANCY DEEN Sports Editor The NT soccer team made it three vic- tories in as many games by defeating the University of Houston 3-0 and UT- Arlington 9-I last weekend. The team travels to Colorado Friday to meet the Air Force Academy in the first game of a round-robin tournament. Saturday they will play Colorado State and finish the tourney Sunday in a game with Metro College of Denver. NT's first victory under new coach Simon Sanchez was recorded Aug. 29 when they shut out LeT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1976

I The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 6 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1976 u • IJl J 'Narcs' To Disband; Chief Blames Courts By VICKI BRIDGES Staff Writer As of Oct. I, members of the Denton Police Department's Narcotics Unit will no longer be knocking on doors. The unit will be officially dis- banded. The decision to dissolve the unit was based on "declining emphasis in drug of- fenses by the courts and an increased workload and caseload by the Criminal Investigation Division (CID)" Chief of Police Wayne Autrey said Wednesday. The department will continue its emphasis on arresting drug and nar- cotics offenders, the chief said, but the entire force will be responsible for drug control rather than the three-member Narcotic Unit presently in operation Members of the unit include Sgt. Jim Wilson and patrolmen Charles T. Sprott and Paul Carberry. IT WAS formed three years ago from a federal grant designed to run two years. According to terms of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - An Editorial Volunteer—Fight Flu Not since the massive oral polio vaccination campaign in the early '60s has the nation so thoroughly prepared for a disease as it has for the swine flu. The inoculation program for the A-New Jersey strain of influenza is scheduled to begin in Denton in October. Before then, however, a great many logistics must be solved. Not least among them is the need for citizen volunteers to help administer and coordinate the vaccination effort. Howard Powell of the Denton County Health Dept. is director of the swine flu inoculation cam- paign. He will coordinate a professional staff of nearly 60 volunteer nurses and doctors who will administer the vaccine to persons throughout the county. His goal is to provide the vaccine to 70,000 people in a two-day mass vaccination program. Besides the professional volunteers, more than 400 citizen volunteers are needed to assist nurses and assume clerical duties. Before and after each person r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1976

1 JM J Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 a Cast Fills for Tempest' Classic Drama Opens Sept. 28 Hold It Steady Photo by MARY READ Ty Marshall, Somers, Conn., junior, holds a board steady as Mark Kennedy, Dallas freshman, ham- mers a nail into one of the supports for a circular stairway to be used in NT's production of "The Tempest." All parts are filled for the 15th annual production by the drama division. Directed by Dr. Stanley Hamilton of the speech and drama faculty, the play will run Sept. 28-Oct. 2. Outakes Rushees Face Fall Deadline Today is the deadline for rushees to submit their applications to campus sororities, Linda Ray, Panhellenic ad- visor, said Wednesday. Applications for both sorority and fraternity rushees are available at Wooten Hall, the Speech and Drama Mall, the Library Mall and the Univer- sity Union from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. All sorority rushees must pay an ap- plication fee of S3 and submit a picture with their applications. A p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY (/.Ntcv^ v ■ ' ■■ - < . • " ■ ■ ■. ■■■■;• ' ' • Thursday, September 9, 1976 V Learning Aids May Rehabilitate Kurtz Wants To Take Boob Out of Tube for Inmates A television set in every county-jail cell may be out of the question, but one to provide planned educational viewing for inmates may reduce vagrancy and violence. Howard Kurtz of the NT Center for Community Services has found through research at the Denton County Jail that a program using printed material, slides and televisions can improve the jail's at- mosphere as well as prepare inmates to succeed in the outside world. The Law Enforcement Assistance Agency (LEAA) through the Texas Criminal Justice Division of the Gover- nor's Office granted the center $9,600 to evaluate the use of a multi-media program in the county jails and to develop a model for Texas counties to use. PART OF HIS research took Kurtz to the Dallas County Jail, which under a similar grant from the LEAA two years ago, has ...

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