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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1970

# ■in * • ♦ 'f O I * • • « I! « The North Texas Daily 53RD YEAR News Capsules Campus... KNTU Goes Off the Air, Has 'Indefinable' Problem Avid listeners of radio station KNTU- FM are in lor a disappointment as the campus-operated network went off the air Wednesday at 1:45 p.m. due to transmitter problems. According to William Mercer of the speech and drama faculty, the problem is "indefinable" as of now, and repairs could take either one day or a week. Contact with the manufacturer of the transmitter has been made, but until further notice, the station, at 88 5 on the KM dial, will not be operating. Dentonite Pleads Guilty In Kidnaping of NT Coed Howard Benton Lane, 20, of Denton, will be sentenced May I on charges of kidnapping and interstate transportation of stolen property. He had previously pleaded not guilty to the offense, but Monday changed his plea to guilty. Lane is accused of kidnaping North Texas' freshman Karen Lynn Riefler, of Dallas, on Oct. 22, 1969, and driving her i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1970

. ,* .■ ,, ... . . " I Mm if ■ : ' ' ' ' , •' AG£ -THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 'VRi-.V f-W* • > JwjKSi* m'It, $? ' i/it* < .. •'. •.' ' •■ •, v. • ' PHIWPm * * Thursday. April 23.1970 ' • A . • • j April 22—A Day To Remember i ? - - * Tt$e£- ' 1-^ t' - i ■*rt- f-4- /i "tit-'i BP'* W* Y * v4 V.Za /* * « # 1 '■P* *v. >r*3&: * * - <-'■ 4K * i - * %4 v' 2W ,#1 > «* I vw ) ,t "1 fit fcA 4T, l-f* iv i\ v" '*1 t •' t «w i — 4 V f >2 « ^feCTr 7 « 3^ 'W, .y •' A I ®vl Fun, Class Recess Will larth Day Be Another Fad? Wednesday was Earth Day. It was a day of festivities music, tun and. hopefully, learning. Maybe the comic strip character Pogo stated it best, "We met the enemy and they are us." Wednesday helped many people to realize the situation now existing in the world. Polluted rivers and skies have no calendars. Wednesday was just another day as increased contamination strangled more wildlife. Will E-Day he another fad, or the first step in a long road to reclaiming r t pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1970

'I t mam pyrj; Thursday, April 23. 1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY \ ' I \ V • ♦ i!IIIIIIIH!lll!lll|llllllllllllll|l!lllllllll!!llllll!l!lllll!lllllllllllllll!ll!lllll!llllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||!|||||U|||| • ♦ < J I V t } i I ♦ < I • ♦ Eyecatcher 1 ! ■m * Nik This week's Eyecatcher is Martha Jones. Martha, a senior psychology major from Temple, is a member of Spinning Wheels and enjoys sewing '"I.I'ilHIiMMilll.!,;!: Learning Quickens Heart Du Chemin Studies Cardiac Rate Around^ tjhe Campus Lab Band To Play in Dallas The tamed I O'Clock Lab Band will open a jazz festival on the plaza of One Main Place in Dallas Monday at noon. The Lab Band's program will include original student works and several solo feature numbers. "The selected music will be aimed at pleasing the crowd," said I.F.ON BREEDEN, director of the Lab Band program, The festival will run through April 30 with five jazz concerts being presented by bands from NT, SMU,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Si® ■ /Ifi ''v' - ■ 'Vi'- c?r • ■ '• . ■ . . K ■ • ■ • " J ™ I Thursday, April 23,1®7f Students To Pay for New Coliseun Pool Painters Painters put a fresh coat of paint on the North Texas Swimming Pool in preparation of its May 1 opening. Fred Slack, pool administrator, said the pool will be open on weekdays for Physical Education classes and on Saturdays and Sundays from 2-5 p.m. for all students. Schedule Tournament Grads Promote Wrestling Wrestling as a popular amateur sport in Texas is not up to par with football or basketball, but two North Texas graduate students are trying to change this. Oscar Renda and Bill Hunt, who teach wrestling in P.F.. 116 classes, are promoting a wrestling tournament for those who have never wrestled in high school or college. "Amateur wrestling isn't understood very well in Texas," Renda said. "Most people think of it in terms of professional wrestling. Wrestling in the amateur ranks is very different." The tournament wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1970 NO. 70 \n J • t iff nth I to rat >tu M 6- 1 to Lms i* • ♦ • ♦ Board of Regents Okays Fee Hike For Construction of Union Building Board Approves Increase and all other activities defined as student services. That kind of power brings popular support and an increase in student interest," Dr. Beck said. Campus News Capsules Mitchell Asks Opinions On Insurance Policy Information regarding proposed health insurance policies has been sent to the faculty and other full-time employees of the university. Joe Mitchell, director of personnel service, says these changes will provide a "tremendous increase in health converage." Tuesday is the deadline for returning the enrollment cards to the Payroll Office. The Personnel Office is trying to get these changes in effect by June 1. If this deadline is missed it will be next fall before the new policy can become effective, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1970

a a '::W WfA I •—THf NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. April 24.1970 What Powers and Limitations Does USNT Have? By KARALEESELMAN Daily Reporter The powers and limitations of USNT may be defined several different ways, depending on who is doing the defining. Joe Burgoyne, president of USNT, said the senate has no power. "We are advisory only, except for the 'power' to appoint committees like SAC (Student Activities Committee)," he said. "Students should be aware of the powers of USNT—that we have no actual voting power," Burgoyne said. Jack Wheeler, associate dean of students, differs from Burgoyne in that he feels that USNT has a great deal of power. "USNT has power. It may not be defined, but it often does have strong, influential power of recommendation and of observation. It also has a certain power of legislation that is very real, such as petition to structure themselves," Wheeler sa;d. BURGOYNE SAID that all students are members of USNT and many do not realize it. He feels the studen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1970

f i 'I1 t 'ft « 1! •r ! ♦ Friday. April 24.1970 Third Place Gives Coed Top 12 Rank Despite a bad plane flight back from Chicago, Jane Bagwell, Frisco graduate student, is "floating on clou,d nine and still up there." She placed third in Midwest foil competition which ranks her among the top 12 collegiate fencers in the nation, and enters her in the finals of national collegiate competition. She and Mrs. Gloria Browning, fencing coach, will go to Notre Dame, Saturday for the final competition to pick U.S. team participants at the World University Games in Turin, Italy this summer. Miss Bagwell, who went into the Midwest competition as an alternate, commented that she was "sort of the dark horse." She had not placed in Southwest qualifying competition in Dallas. Janet Grauso, Fort Worth sophomore, who was second in Dallas competition, placed sixth in Chicago. Others who went were Don Hubbard, Monihans senior, and Clayton Bockbrader, Dallas junior. The psychology graduate student said ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1970

i" ■ - m 'f: PAGE*—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, AprH 24.1970 Board OKs Links Renovation, Appoints Ermel To New Post Regents approved a $150,000 project to renovate the Golf Course and clubhouse Thursday. The board also appointed Bill Ermel to fill the newly created position of business manager of athletics. The board authorized the university to issue revenue bonds for the amount, which will be paid over a 10-year period from income generated at the course. John Carter, vice-president of fiscal affairs, said that 75 per cent higher revenues, resulting in increased green fees, accounted income. for a substantially higher All of the tee boxes and greens will be rebuilt and enlarged and a new underground watering system will be installed. Cost of this project is estimated at $136,000. The remaining $14,000 will be used to renovate the two-story clubhouse. The board's approval of the bond issue climaxes a year's study of the 18-hole layout, located at the intersection of Interstates 35...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1970

fil « If U \t V f lates >315 he North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat S3RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. APRIL 28. 1970 NO. 71 < Clark Hall To Become No-Curfew Dormitory; Dorms To Raise Hours In an attempt to beautify a small part of the North Texas campus, a large number of goldfish were placed in the pond in the park during Wednesday's Earth Day activities. Less than 48 hours later the fish were dead, victims of poison. The newly renovated pond had become a mass grave for the 123 goldfish, one white perch and a large number of frogs that had taken up residence there. Examination of the dead fish and a test of the pond water indicated that cyanide was probably the chemical killer, although the human element in the murder is still unknown. A small grave, left, marks the remains of one victim. Raids' (Un) cover Two Dorms Men Stage Quick Dorm Attack By ROSE SHARP Daily Reporter Clark Hall will become an honors dorm with no curfew next fall and Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1970

mm, i—THB NORTH TIXA8 DAILY ? K 1 >V;f "> • ' | ■ llution MIAMI. Fla. (AP>—To people in colder, dirtier climes, Florida has always been a subtropic dreamland of clear blue skies, sparkling waters leaping with game fish, flamboyant flowers, and wildlife roaming in abundance across forests and swamps. From everywhere, they came by millions, many as tourists who fell inlove with this land of islands and palm trees and returned to settle down. On the southeast Florida Gold Coast, a solid chain of cities rose out of the swamp. Around Tampa Bay on the Gulf of Mexico, they built a teeming megalopolis. And, as their numbers mushroomed, they unwittingly began to degrade and destroy almost everything that had drawn them here. INDUSTRIAL CHIMNEYS, jet aircraft ann cars clogging streets of cities that host 21 million visitors a year filled once pure air with noxious gases. Human sewage, industrial wastes, and irrigation water thick with fertilizer, pesticides and much befouled lakes, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1970

■ Mtranf W, ' "' ■ - " ' > I V 4 n • • 1 P i • * Tuesday, April 28,1970 A/orffi Texans Win Awards In Journalism Several North Texas students placed in the annual Southwest Journalism Congress judging at Oklahoma City Friday. Fifteen universities entered the competition which has categories in all aspects of newspaper writing and photography. North Texans receiving 1st place awards ! were Cody Curry, Dallas junior; Si Dunn, North Texas graduate from Little Rock; David Garland, Dallas sophomore; and George Flynn, Dallas senior. Curry, Dunn and Garland won their award for their combined work on the best picture page. Flynn won his award in the "Reviews" category. Other awards received by North Texans were 2nd place. News Photography and 3rd places. Sports Photograph and Feature Photograph, all by Curry; 2nd place, Sports Feature by Wayne Sockwell, NT graduate from Dallas; and 3rd place. Features, Sue St.John, Denton senior. Third place awards were given to Julian Williams, Dallas se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1970

PAQE4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 4 Touche! Don Hubbard, left. Monahans senior, duels with an opponent from St. Johns College, Santa Fe N.M. Hubbard won the men's division title in the annual Texas Collegiate Fencing Championship held here Saturday. Janet Grauso, Lake Worth sophomore, took the women's title for the NT team. —Photo by Larry Mitchell Campus Fencers Take First Place In Collegiate Fencing Competition Two NT fencers took first place in men's and women's foil with no losses here Saturday in the annual Texas Collegiate Fencing Championship. Don Hubbard, Monahans senior, took first place in the men's competition, and Janet Grauso, Lake Worth sophomore, took first in women's. After Hubbard, the men's competition placed as follows: Randy Pringle, TCU, second; Victor Sosa, Tarrant County Junior College, third; Clayton Bockbrader. NTSU, fourth; Michael Landry, St. John's College, Santa Fe (N.M.), fifth; and Randy Noblitt, NTSU, sixth. Carol Patterson, St. John's College, placed secon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1970

' The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 29. 1970 NO. 72 UB Looks to Future ^ Panel Suggests Changes For Third Floor Area 11 ■ rl < n 7 \ 1 I \ r] ■ IJ f, • / i i t • • ♦ • ! * I A new future may be in store lor the third floor of the Student Union Building. A student-faculty "hangout" and a penny arcade are two of the recommendations released Tuesday from a committee study. Jack Wheeler, associate dean of students, released the report of a committee which he had formed last semester. Its concern is how to best use the floor space in the UB. Wheeler said he will make further statements Thursday concerning the recommendations after another meeting of the committee held Tuesday. The recommendations are not final, he said, adding that the report is in President John Kamerick's office, awaiting his study. Wheeler stressed that there was nothing legal or binding about the committee report. The new uses of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1970

.'| -r .v —TH« NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. April 29.1970 \ I f % The North Texas Daily 53rd Year North Texas SUtc University Denton, Texas — ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER DAILY FEEDBACK GEORGE FLYNN Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Rooked? Radical Residents Needed for Balance No 'Independent' On USNT Council? The largest body of students at North Texas may have been rooked. When the USNT Senate passed a bill calling for the formation of the Committee for the Consideration of Student Government (CCSG), it asked for representation of only five groups. The groups were Young Democrats, Young Republicans, NAACP, graduate students and Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils. In a later meeting a proposal to replace the council with a convention made up of representatives from the 114 campus groups, the five class presidents and five faculty members was defeated but two additions were made to the council. The additional delegates were to come from the Afro- American Student Unio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1970

/ •" Wednesday, April 29.1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY > • • I. [ I s 4 T it J !\ ■+. < \ I f§ ( 4 * ' % V '* • M • i Electronic Music Offers 'Brand New Bag' 'There's No Fool Like An Old Fool' Oklahoma City junior Chris Reid howls during a rehearsal with Cast A in the Opera Workshop's spring production of "Don Pasquale " The performances will be held May 2, 4 and 5 in the Main Auditorium. Admission is free. —Photo by Larry Mitchell Electronics in a new music age—does it produce electronic musicians or musical electricians? "We are not electricians or scientists; we are musicians—creative people," Merrill Ellis of the music faculty said at Friday's Faculty Research Seminar in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall. "What's old hat to you is a brand new bag to us," said Ellis to the faculty researchers in his demonstration of the sound and technique of electronic music. Some sounds cannot be produced by conventional instruments that are possible with electronic equipment. "They ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Intramural Track Meet Set Today Men's, Women's Events Same Day The annual Nortn Texas intramural track meet gets underway today at 4 p.m. at Fouts Field with this year's meet featuring a new twist. The woman's division of the meet, usually held apart from the men's, is scheduled for the same day. All women's events will begin as soon as the men's are completed. The meet will have seperate classifications for fraternities, sororities and independents. Each organized group will be limited to three entries in each event. Each individual participant will be allowed to enter three track and two field events, or vice versa. Wednesday's session is set1 for qualifying with eight men in each event and five relay teams advancing to the finals Thursday afternoon. Women's preliminaries and finals will be held only on Wednesday. Intramural rules state that no track shoes (spikes) can be worn by any participant in any event. Any style of gym, tennis, soccer or cross-c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 April 1970

t ,, V " -1 I <11 i X i -is ■ f f <• € l. 1. The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 30. 1970 NO. 73 Deming, Kupper Take USNT Top Spots in Election By JOY DEASON Daily Reporter Jimmy Deming, Houston junior, and Andy Kupper Jr., Kaufman senior, won the USNT presidential and vice-presidential slots by a slim 73-vote margin Wednesday in the campus elections. The Deming-Kupper ticket amassed 1,525 votes over their opponents, Maury Forman, Houston sophomore, and Larry Ferrell, Dallas sophomore, who picked up 1,452. A record 3,333 students voted in the election, topping last year's spring voting turnout of 2,138. David Swaab, Dallas junior, narrowly won the senior class presidency with 112 votes over 102 votes cast for Harry H. Ray, Fort Worth junior. Juniors elected Sandy Matthews, Denton sophomore, as their president with 336 votes as opposed to the 295 votes gathered by Frank W. Robinson, Corpus Christi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 April 1970

4.—THE NORTH TCXAt DAILY The North Texas Daily Slrd Year Worth Te ae State University Dwtoa, T««m ALL AMERICAN and 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, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. North Texas Daily Staff Box 5297. NT Station, Denton, Tail 76203 PACEMAKER 5 TIMES Southwestern Journalism Congre Telephone: 887-4511, extension 854 ALL-AMERICAN 53 TIMES Page Editors NANCY KEMPLIN news TERRY KELLY news SUE PETTIT editorials JULIAN WILLIAMS editorial assistant GARYLYN SAMPSON amusements The North Texas Daily, student newspaper of North Texas State University, is pub- lished daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the long terms September through May and weekly (every Thursday) during the summer session, June through August, except during review and examination per- iods and sch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 April 1970

I II •1 ( ( «l r '{ *1 * \ i *> \ • * • * • 17 < / A.- ; *; ;■ . ' JKv-' i Thuraday, AprN JO. 1970 i Eyecatcher * ft ii This wMk's Eyecatcher is Carol Dixon, junior speech pathology and audiology major from Houston. Carol's hobbies include traveling, sports and listening to music. iiiiiiiiitii ft iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1 Around the Campus SAC To Present Flint' Tonight "In Like Hint," a movie which stars James Coburn, will be shown tonight at 8 p.m. in the Business Administration Lecture Hall. Admission to the Student Activities Committee-sponsored movie is one I D card per couple. ""Die Blue Max" will be shown next week The last of the Sack Lunch Seminars devoted to the Report from Iron Mountain is being held today at 12:30 in the North Varsity Room of the Union Building The discussion will concern "Alternatives to War" and a summary of the report All past panelists will participate in this discussion. DR. PAUL SAENZ, government faculty memb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 April 1970

Thursday, April 30,1970 Cox Prescribes Prevention, Care Head Trainer 1Best in Country By GEORGE FOSTER Daly Reporter As you enter the room you hear the sounds of many voices and a radio blaring, you detect the smell of liniment, and you sight rolls and rolls of tape. This is the athletic training room, the domain of T.C. "Skippy" Cox, head trainer for North Texas. Cox has been the head trainer at North Texas for the past two years. A 1965 graduate of North Texas, Cox was athletic trainer for Odessa High School and Amarillo Palo Duro High School before returning to NT. While a studnet at North Texas, Cox served under Jim Cody, then head trainer. Cox was the equipment manager and received no salary or scholarship. In just five years things have changed. The athletic department allots three and one half student scholarships for assistant trainers and four and a half scholarships for managerial assistants. Student trainers are "Red" McKeller, Linden junior; Hal Wyatt, San Angelo freshma...

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