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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1976

*• September 9, 1976 \j^ursday, Women To Begin Fall Sports Action i V By THERESA WILLIAMS Special Writer Players for the 1976-77 women's soft- ball and volleyball teams and tentative women's tennis team have been chosen, Delores Copeland, associate athletic director, announced Wednesday. Twenty-eight hopefuls tried out for the volleyball team. Miss Copeland described those who tried out as being "less than expected in quantity, but in quality, a pleasant surprise." The 11 volleyball players chosen were Rita Crockett, Sylvia Lee, Lucy Vaamonde, Beverly Posey,Gail Woolsey, Audrey Norman, Toni Velasquez, Lee McAfee, Althea Toliver, Tina Morgan, Kim Cain and Mona Sanchez. "We have a nucleus of experienced kids complimented with sophomore and freshman status," Miss Copeland said. Both Crockett and Toliver are transfer students from San Antonio Junior Col- NT Student Gets $^000 Scholarship A North Texas graduate student in business received a $7,000 scholarship from the United Negro Colle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1976

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - A*-, Thursday, September Soccer Streak Continues Sanchez Coaches NCAA Team Alley Oop! i Photo by TERRY WOOTEN No, this is not an act for a carnival. Soccer coach Simon Sanchez watches as members of his team go through leg exercises in which two players support a third on their shoulders, stand and walk around in this precarious position. The team leaves for Colorado tonight in preparation for a weekend tournament. The soccer team has scor- ed 21 goals to one for for the opposition. By NANCY DEEN Sports Editor A winning team isn't anything new to NT soccer, but there are two new aspects to the team this year—NCAA membership and Coach Simon Sanchez. First-year coach Sanchez has led NT's first intercollegiate soccer team to three victories in as many games. This weekend the team travels to the Air Force Academy in Colorado to par- ticipate in a three school tournament. THE DALLAS native was named head coach of the Mean Green Soccer team in April by Hayd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1976

h) . ft I I T/v/ry 531?.: ;t 'm \ . # n«w*.. |;t/: #H-.' * • I ' < m I ' • ! '- 7r*<,r ,-*<J Kiosks Cleanup Photo by ART CHAPMAN Eddie Crosswhite, left, and Bob Monaghan, members of Alpha Phi Omega fraternity, remove outdated notices from the bulletin board kiosks near the University Union. The fraternity has been given permission to maintain the kiosks as a service project. Mayday Cries Help Fake Ducats Rock Concert Promoter AUSTIN (AP) — A "pirate operation" that purportedly sold 70,000 "nearly flawless" fake tickets for an out- door rock concert could eventually ruin the music industry if it is not stopped, promoter Win Anderson said Thursday. Residents near the Steiner Ranch, where an estimated 100,000 persons massed for the "Sunday Break II" con- cert Sunday, said they want such con- certs stopped anyway. PRESIDENT NORMAN Mont- gomery of a new citizen's group con- tended the concerts attract "low scum from well-to-do families." He said if violence had broken out Sunday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1976

T ♦ '* PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY / Friday, September 10i 1976 'Cross Timbers' Blazes Path/way Through Denton Area Folklore By BARRON LUDLUM, Staff Writer Home remedies and old time religion are two sec- tions in "Cross Timbers," a book of Denton area folk- lore, funded by NTSU. The 42-page text was compiled by Congress Junior High History Club students after interviews with Denton area old-timers. Once the students got an idea of what was to be done, they pretty much took over the project them- selves. Basically, they did it. We just provided the tech- nical assistance," Dr. Larry Bowman of the history faculty said. THE BOOKS are available from Dr. Bowman at $2.50 each, with all the proceeds to be used to fund another edition. The 13- and 14-year-olds suggested relatives, neigh- bors and friends as possible interview subjects. Junior high school teachers, Adelene Martin and Wilma Tinney, the co-sponsors, helped choose the interview subjects. Dr. Terry Jordan, chairman of the ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1976

Friday, September 10, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 4 i Greek Parties Open Formal Rush Agenda By JKAN TUITE Special Writer Fraternity and sorority fall rush is in full force already this semester. "As many as 275 men will go through rush this time," Les Carter, Interlrater- nity Council (IFC) adviser, said Wednesday. Linda Ray, Panhellenic Association adviser, said she "anticipates approx- imately 300 women to sign up for rush." THE POOLSIDE party at College Inn Thursday night officially began sorority rush. The IFC Happy Hour at College Inn today from 4 to 7 p.m. will kickoff formal fraternity rush. Although formal rush is just begin- ning, fraternities and sororities have had informal rush activities since regis- tration. Sororities participating in rush are: Chi Omega, Alpha Phi, Pi Beta Phi, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Zeta, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta, Mrs. Ray said. Sorority rush is a series of parties rushees may attend. Sorority ru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 10, 1976 >r" ■ Jumping Student Nets Honor AFROTC Cadet Outperforms Them All Army's Academy Award Lt. Col. Gerald F. Bourgeois of the NT AFROTC unit awards Cadet 1 st Lt. Mark Ivy an Army trophy for best performance at a summer paratrooper school conducted at Ft. Benning, Ga. Ivy was one In Spanish Harlem Slum of only 22 cadets accepted for the training. He also received letters of commendation from Army brass which cited his initiative, physical con- ditioning and superior leadership ability. Emaciated Dog Eats Infant NEW YORK (AP) — A 24-year-old woman, accused of negligent homicide after a starved pet German Shepherd mauled her infant daughter to death, has been released without bond in the custody of a cousin. Joanne Bashold, described as a recluse whose recent activities are a mystery, ap- peared before Criminal Court Judge Hyman Solniker Tuesday on the negligent homicide charge. She left the courtroom after the hear- ing witho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1976

4 i f * f Friday, September 10, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Income Determines Economic Optimism Lunch Break Three members of the air- conditioning crew working on the General Academic Building use part of their lunch break to take a short nap or catch up on their reading. The workers are, from left, Rick Ivers, Richard Ivers and Troy Rice. loto by BARRON LUDIUM Three-Stage Development Center To Offer Relationship Advice Students interested in establishing more meaningful relationships in their day-to-day life have opportunity to gain professional help from the Counseling and Testing Center beginning Tuesday. "Anyone interested in joining our groups can walk in at any time for an in- terview appointment," Dr. Elneita L. Dever, counseling psychologist for the center, said Thursday. "We need to talk with the person to determine what level of group relation experience he or she has and then we can assign them to a group at that level." DR. DEVER said the groups, normal- ly consi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1976

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I Friday, September 10, 1976 mmm mm t.: '-■>« " NT Hosts UTA Saturday Eagles Hope To Pass by Mav Defense Step pin' Out Quarterback Doug Dobbins (1) clears the line in UT-Arlington's 24-7 win over TCU last season. Dobbins and the Mavericks meet North Texas in Fouts Field Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The game will be aired on KDNT-FM, 106; KFJZ, 1250; and KNTU, 88.5. By ROBIN HORTON Sports Editor Contrasting the defensive struggle en- countered last week against Mississippi State in Starkville, Miss., the Mean Green's home opener should be more evenly divided between the extremes. Saturday night's contest at Fouts Field with the Mavericks of UT- Arlington will pit the Mav's potentially explosive offense against an experienced NT defense and the Eagle's passing against UT-Arlington's young defensive secondary. Both teams lost their season openers last week. Mississippi State put together back-to-back passes in the fourth quarter to down North Texas 7-0 in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 8 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1976 4' Board of Regents Approve Closings Citizens File Class Action Suit, Seek To Nullify Council Vote By TERRY PAIR and SCOTT WHITE Staff Writers Portions of Avenue D and West Prairie Street are doomed to be closed— maybe. In a special meeting Saturday, the Board of Regents unanimously voted to accept an offer made by President C.C. Nolen and approved by the Denton City Council last week granting the university the right to close the streets. In return, the agreement stipulates, the university is to reimburse the city an estimated $400,500 for costs and services incurred in closing portions of the streets. The university wants the streets closed to make way for a Health, Physical Education and Recreation complex. THE REGENTS also voted during their three-minute session not to make any attempt to close portions of Avenue C other than a request to the city coun- cil. The campus m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 14, 1976 An Editorial Students Flunk History History? What is that? Results of a recent questionnaire on American history, administered by The New York Times in collaboration with the Educational Testing Ser- vice, make for sad reading. Students (1,856 freshmen in 194 colleges across the nation) were questioned on 42 items concern- ing American history from the Colonial period to World War I. On the average, they were able to answer only 24 correctly—exactly half. The Times reported: "This was nine fewer than a group of history teachers in six major cities thought, on the average, potential college graduates should get correct." The teachers felt that a passing grade was 71 — the freshman averaged a grade of 50. "Two-thirds of the students surveyed do not have the foggiest notion about Jacksonian democracy. Less than half even know that Woodrow Wilson was President during World War I," Dr. William Leuchtenburg, Columbia University hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1976

Tuesday, September 14, 1976 I 1 i;- lit V * ui New Shows Highlight KNTU's Fall Season KNTU began its new fall program Monday with two additional hours of "good vibrations." The student-operated radio station at 88.5 FM is now on the air from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily and will broadcast several new programs and more music, Beth Rose, KNTU public relations director, said Monday. The station will air a different show each day at 12:30 p.m. "Waste Not," an enviornmental program dealing with resource recovery, will be aired each Campus Calendar I odn) 10 a m 3 p.m 4 30-7.30 p.m 6:30 p.m. 7 p m 7 p.m 7-10 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p. m 8pm 8 30 p m I reneh Art bxhibil, NT students only. Kimball Art Museum, Tort Worth. Pro (. luh picnic and swimming party, NT pool Beta B'la Beta meeting. Biology Buildu i' 114 Young Democrats meeting. Univer- sity Union fourth floor Phi Beta Sigma fraternity meeting. 2110 Stella #4 Mean t ireen Athletics Club, Silver Eagle Room (ireen Jacket Howdy Party...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1976

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY SGA Takes Applications For Posts Applications are being accepted for student positions on 23 campus commit- tees. The applications may be picked up in the Student Government Association (SGA) offices on the fourth floor of the University Union and must be returned by Sept. 24. Positions are available on the follow- ing committees. Academic Affairs, Athletic Committee, Campus Clubs, Club Sports, Curriculum, Freshman Orientation, Homecoming, Honors Program, Hospital and Health Services, Housing Policy, Parking and Security, Registration, Scholarship, Student Publications, Student Recruitment, Financial Aid, Men's Intramural Coun- cil, Ethnic Affairs, Legal Services, Library, Handicapped Student's Affairs and Affirmative Action. The only eligibility requirements are that the student applying have at least a 2.0 grade point average and be in good standing. Lynne Strong, Richardson sopho- more and SGA Committee on Commit- tees chairman, said Thursday studen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1976

Tuesday, September 14, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 'LBies NTSU Saudi Arabians Enter Special Program Bird's Eye View of the Mean Green Bill Mercer, KVIL sports personality, broadcasts the NT-UT- Arlington game. This season kicks off Mercer's 18th year as an- nouncer for Mean Green football and basketball. He is now the third faculty director on the campus station, KNTU-FM, since the regents allocated $7,000 for a faculty sports director. Mercer will help coordinate the station's sports program and work with stu- dents interested in learning sportscasting. The former faculty member left NT in 1972 to broadcast professional baseball. Mercer Joins KNTU-FM Sports Team Former NT Faculty Member Returns to Station Some 24 Saudi Arabian students are enrolled at North Texas this Tall taking English and education courses and some core studies to prepare them to return to their native country in two years to teach English to their own people. They will be among the first native Saudi Ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 14, 1976 Eagles Defeat Mavs, Prepare for Texas Let Me Go! Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Wide receiver Tim Loftin, Waco junior, tries for one more inch as Maverick defensive back Guy Davis rides him to the ground. Loftin received three passes for a total of 42 yards in the Satur- day night game with Arlington. The 24-7 NT vic- tory was staged before 14,800 spectators at Fouts Field. This was the Eagles first home game and first victory of the season. Sports Briefs Kickers Lose, Break Streak The soccer team's winning streak was spoiled Saturday when it was defeated 2- I by Colorado State in the Mean Green's second game of the round-robin tournament at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. Iseed Khoury, the left-footed kicking specialist with the football team, scored two goals and an assist in the overtime period as North Texas defeated previously unbeaten Air Force Academy 6-3 in the first round Friday. Khoury also had a goal in re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1976

fi The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 9 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1976 > li' ^ ^^ Inspector Calls Union Unsafe By JIM POYNER, Staff Writer Denton's assistant fire marshal says the multi- million-dollar University Union violates fire and safety codes in at least seven instances, but the city is powerless to do anything about it. Alvin Evans, in his third year as assistant fire marshal, said he inspected the Union just before its Jan. 27 opening at the request of the university and found it to be "very unsafe" for the occupants in the event of a fire. However, he said he could only make suggesti ns to university officials on how to improve the building's safety because city authorities.have no jurisdiction over state-owned property. "It's a very unsafe building with no safety features, misleading corridors and not enough exit signs," Evans said. "A building of that size should have been sprinklered. There is no quick access to the buildin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 15, 197^ An Editorial Union Violates Codes Dr. Dorothy Pijan, director of the University Union, proudly proclaimed a couple of weeks ago that the campus at long last has a beautiful facility with which to draw the thousands of students a| hundreds of faculty members closer And, indeed, with its indoor brook, tastefully furnished louns pinball machines and deliciou^ L the $7^ million Union is a magnificent^ Yet the very symbol of ci symbol of bumbling and, promise. James H. Nash, manage] tion and maintenance, st the Union adheres to all oj See Related S| and safety codes, includi Code, the Fire Safety Co Protection Association C< Alvin Evans, Denton' has claimed in black-and cheated on at least sevei complying with those cod< little, if any, room for su the sections which the Uni Nash says the building tion inspector Joe Tawat "practically fireproof" an only thing that could catch Why then, Mr. Nash, building is so safe, did the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1976

—<■ H \ I > 7 I. -J 1 ff : TT & M .UM Wednesday, September 15, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Lab Bands To Add Members Enrollment Jump Prompts Increase By CATHY SULAK Amusements Editor With a 33 per cent enrollment jump in jau music courses this year, the NT lab band program will add extra musicians to some of the bands "to give all of the deserving players a chance to play," Frank Lively, lab band assistant, said Monday. In the past, the nine lab bands had 20 musicians each. Now, with almost all spots filled. Lively said the program will adopt alternate sections for some of the bands "to give quality musicians the ex- perience of playing with jazz bands." This means some sections of some bands will play on alternate days he said. AS OF Monday, positions on all nine bands were filled except those for per- cussion sections. Those spots will be fill- ed by Monday, Lively said. Lively said the jump from last year's 350 enrollment in jazz to this year's 475 could be attri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ! Educator Examines Role y 5 Of Liberal Arts Base Education, seriously concerned about its role in the future, is revitalizing the concept of liberal education with a strong liberal arts base, a leading educator says. Dr. Stanley Paulson, dean of the Pennsylvania State University College of the Liberal Arts, said the swing towards a strengthening of liberal arts is an indi- cation of genuine educational concern rather than a defensive response to public pressure. "1 think if this was to be a response solely to public pressure, it is possible that universities would move in a mas- sive way to vocational and professional skills," Dr. Paulson said. "BUT THE fact that there is such deep concern for these foundations of university education clearly shows that ii Anxious Moments Photo By CHARLIE COLE This young Mean Green supporter experiences some tense mo- ments during the first half of the NT-UT-Arlington clash Saturday night. The Eagles missed two first ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1976

Wednesday, September 15, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Li 'mm yW-1 * m Gallup Adds Consumer Program Marketing Group Enlarges Research Field NEW YORK (AP) — The Gallup organization, well-known marketing and attitude research firm, is enlarging its role in the increasingly significant area of measuring consumer economics and buying intentions. George Gallup, chairman, announced at a luncheon here Tuesday that Jay Schmiedeskamp, director of the famed Survey Research Center at the Univer- sity of Michigan, will be employed to develop the program. ,3" THE MICHIGAN survey will con- tinue under the direction of F. Thomas Juster, who joined the organization four years ago, and George Katona, pioneer in consumer psychology and first direc- tor of the center, and Schmiedskamp's mentor. Katona said the loss of Schmiedskamp would be felt deeply at the center, but he praised the Gallup move, which he viewed not as competi- tion but as "a wonderful gain for at- titudinal and psychological r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1976

I / W -T HrC PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Kickers Down Air Force Wednesday, September 15, 1976 NT Aims at Soccer Title By ROBIN HORTON Sports Editor Soccer Coach Simon Sanchez is look- ing forward to a winning season for his team, one in which a possible NCAA championship is in view, he said Tues- day. Of the three teams the soccer team faced last weekend in the Air Force Academy Tournament, two of them, the Air Force Acauciny and Colorado Col- lege, hold high rankings in the Western Division of the NCAA, he said. "They're the top dogs in the Rocky Mountain area," Sanchez said. "That's where SMU started getting its ranking, playing quality teams like that." NORTH TEXAS won its game Friday against Air Force 6-3 in double overtime and lost to Colorado College 2-1 the next day. Sunday the soccer team defeated Metro State 5-3 in a non- tournament match. Metro State is a member of the National Athletic Inter- collegiate Association (NAIA). Sanchez said the team has not been KHOURV rank...

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