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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 May 1970

7 The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. MAY 1. 1970 NO 74 \\ It i I ) I1 * f Nixon Orders Cambodian Offensive w. fWBOptA I "Wall, Nixon said he'd get us out of Vietnam WASHINGTON (AP) — President Nixon dramatically announced Thursday night that American ground troops have attacked—at his order—a Communist base complex extending 20 miles into Cambodia. Nixon told a nationwide radio and television audience that he would stand by his order, certain to provoke controversy, even at the risk of becoming a one-term President. "This is not an invasion of Cambodia," he asserted. "The areas in which these attacks will be launched are completely occupied and controlled by North Vietnamese forces. Our purpose is not to occupy the areas. Once enemy forces are driven out of these sanctuaries and their military supplies destroyed, we will withdraw." THE ATTACK, commanded by American officers and augmented by units of the South ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 May 1970

" 2—THI NORTH TKXAt DAILY Friday, May 1.1970 Students Ignore Cement They Travel Beaten Path, Destroy Grass <«uiimtiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiitNinimiiiiinttwiumuinfiiiiiiiiniiiiiuitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuitiiiiiii!iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiuH BY KEITH STETSON Daily Reporter NT has 42,000 square feet of established cement sidewalks, but campus pedestrians have long since pioneered a circulation pattern of their own. The dirt path system is evidence of the ingeniousness of students in a hurry, lazy students, and those barefoot ones who liked the natural feeling of long-gone grass between their toes. A question could be raised about the right of those who enjoy and use the environment versus those who see it destroyed as a result. With NT facing the prospect of becoming one, huge mall for pedestrians, the idea of a maze of dirt paths running across vast expanses of beautiful, green grass overcomes the mind's eye. Pedestrian traffic, one answer to the problem of automobile congestion, proves a c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 May 1970

r A \( • !* IV lis Friday, May 1,1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Guidance Center To Offer Multi-Counseling Services By CATHEY HIBBS Daily Reporter A wide range of counseling services are being made available under one roof in the new Counseling and Guidance Center at Terrill Hall. There are 14 staff members ready to help daily, not matter what the problems may be. The 14 members include experts in fields such as group and individual counseling for any type problem whether it be personal, social, academic, marital, adjustment or career, or if you simply have a feeling of uneasiness. The center has a full time director, Dr. A. M. Conekin. There is available at the center at little or no charge, (and SI is the maximum charge) batteries of tests in all areas of personality, psychology, intelligence, temperment, academic areas, and vocational studies. Around the Campus The center is continually improving and expanding its services, according to Dr. Conekin. It has added a vocational co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 May 1970

PAQE4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, May 1.19)f® Eagle Netters Slice Way Past West Texas State The North Texas tennis team polished off West Texas State University Thursday with a convincing 6-1 victory. In two previous matches played, the two teams had split with identical 4-3 scores. In a lengthy three set match between the team's No. 1 players, NT's Danny Haddox rallied in the third set finale to defeat Leo Estopare 6-2,6-4 and 6-4. The three set victory was the Eagles' tirst win over Estopare in three previous matches. Playing on the slick gym floor, Estopare was unable to contain Haddox's service. Estopare's weak returns and soft lobs were easily put away by Haddox who won the first set 6-2. Haddox broke Estopare's service in the first game of the second set and it appeared as though Haddox would win in straight sets. Estopare rallied to win three straight games and took the second set 6-4. Tied at l-l in the final set, Estopare double faulted the third game to Haddox and this p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 May 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1970 NO 75 i >f :d is ■6 le le V (' I I « r y<i &r % Swaab Contests Wednesday Vote By JOY DEASON Daily Reporter Lost votes, human errors and the mysterious appearance of five uncounted ballots in a trashcan Sunday night caused the Flections Board to throw out all votes for senior class president and set a new vote Wednesday along with cheerleader elections. And David Swaab, who beat Harry Kay by a slim six-vote margin for the office in last Wednesday's election, planned to file a protest with the USNT Student Court this morning. "First, it (the new election) is grossly illegal. Second, the Supreme Court of the USNT shall rule upon the legality of it," Swaab said Monday. Ray had this to say: "I personally don't think he has a case. 1 don't know what Swaab's up to." THURSDAY THE Elections Board found they had overlooked 400 votes in the tally of Wednesday's el...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 May 1970

^^SlWvv | <RRiP «*AC 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ^?l!lxls.Dly..„ Julian Bond Tells of Mellowing 53rd Year North Texas State University Denton, Texaa ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Tuesday May 6.1970 Congressman Relates Changes in Rights Movement Ti 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. Are They Ready? NT Students Ask For Responsibility In recent years there have been many issues important to the students of North Texas State. Some of these issues have been important, others have not. But behind most of the controversy has been the insistence that we, as students, are responsible persons, and we should be given more say in the running of our lives. The recent controversy about abolishing USNT and setting up a new student government has been based on the issu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 May 1970

V r r T ? Tuesday, May 6.1970 Kelly Wins Fellowship For Writing A $9,000 "Younger Humanist" fellowship has been granted to Dr. Lawrence Kelly of the history faculty by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Dr. Kelly will take a nine month leave-of- absence to write his book, "John Collier and New Deal Indian Policy." The book will be based on already completed research mostly from the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Dr. Kelly said, "The book will be half biography and half administrative policy" of the commissioner of Indian affairs during the New Deal. Dr. Kelly has two previous books. "The Navajo Indians and Federal Indian Policy, I900-I935," was published in 1967 by the University of Arizona Press. A second book about Kit Carson and the Navajo Campaign of 1863-64 has been accepted for publication by Pruett Publishing Company of Boulder, Colo. Dr. Kelly's grant will finance hisleave-of- abscnce from North Texas for full-time work on the book. It is one of 80 fellowships...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 May 1970

,«r - JlWffl-Tii-nirrairiiH J">*V fW :; PAGE 4—THE NORTH TKXA8 DAILY v? 'J Tuesday May 6,1970 Danny Collins Leads Greens Past Whites As Final Spring Game Turns Into Rout By RICH SMITH Daily Reporter Junior college transfer Danny Collins, a third-team quarterback most of this spring, passed the Greens to a 41-7 victory over the Whites in the annual Green-White game Saturday night at Fouts Field. Collins, a transfer from Tyler Junior College, passed for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Green team dominated play The game ended spring training for the Eagles. Ken Fontno, another Tyler ex, caught nine of Collins' passes, including two touchdown grabs through a porous White defense. Eagle Head Coach Rod Rust said after the game, "Collins looked the best he has all year. It was pretty evident who was No. I tonight." COLLINS GOT the starting call when George Woodrow, who was considered the top signal caller this spring, had to bow out with an unexplained sore arm. The Greens ope...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 May 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MAY 6. 1970 NO 76 u I \ 1 i y, i. V Mourners Plan March for Today By JUDY QUARLES Daily Reporter A rally in front of the Union Building and a march to the Denton National Guard Armory are scheduled today to protest the deaths of four students at Kent State University. According to Tim Knapp, Odessa sophomore, spokesman for the students participating in the protest, the purpose is "to memorialize those four students, what they stood for and what the people who murdered them stand for." The student rally beginning at I p.m., will include short speeches by "students and concerned citizens," he said. At 1:30 p.m. following the rally, participants in the memorial activities will form a body and march west on Hickory Street to the Denton National Guard Armory located on West Prairie. Father Arthur L. Sargent, Episcopal chaplain for North Texas, will say mass in the parking lot i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 May 1970

-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY i[T-u3vs. .V's*-.7r>>K ., 3( -U.r V jLar1 ifkiiT ' i .. v 'v , C ■ ~4. "?v; V '.v. 1 : . v:, % : v;«. Wednesday, May 0.1970 I 1 L DAILY FEEDBACK Girl Feels Dorms Unfair To Women Students Fram Bari Fryc, 1410 W. Oak, Deataa: Why are men not in dorms and women are. Are we not taught women mature earlier than men? The very idea that women in dorms have to pay large amounts of money to be "locked in" and then "locked out" of their housing is incredulous. The administration is so graciously bestowing upon women "freedoms" which are naturally and rightfully theirs. Are women to pay for the mortgages on the dorms with their peoples' rights as well as their money? Women Attack Position Of Berkley on Curfews From Louise Parker, Katby SUberman, Donna Page and Pam McDonnell, Box 9418 NTSU, Denton: In regards to Mr. Berkley's statement quoted in the April 30 North Texas Daily concerning the morals of the women who are signing and supporting the petitions for the abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 May 1970

Wednesday. May 6,1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY t Ex-Marines Recruit GIs At Bases An effort to acquaint a friend in California with NTSU activities has led to formulation of a major public relations project for the Ex-Marine Association, according to Fred Gon/.alcs, vice-president. Gonzales said Monday that the friend, Steve Casey, currently serving with the 3rd Marine Division in Camp Pendleton, Calif., is to be discharged soon and wrote several weeks ago for information concerning college life at North Texas. Subsequent correspondence revealed that there are other Marines up for discharge who also have questions about the shift from military service to life on a college campus. "Casey informed us that he had permission to post an information sign on the company bulletin board if wc would make up one and send it," Gon/.ales related. Gonzales said that the sign has been made and that the association is checking with other Marine bases concerning the feasibility of sending duplica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 May 1970

' Ssu ' ' flft PAGF4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY jrWTk< i' Wednesday. May 6,1970 KA's Topple Sigma Nu In Annual Greek Bowl Clean Sweep Kappa Alpha's Terre Michael in white, takes off on an end sweep for a long gain against Sigma Nu in the 14th annual Greek Bowl Tuesday. Kappa Alpha edged Sigma Nu 7-6, after trailing two quarters. Proceeds from the game went to the Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home in Denton. —Photo by Gene Abrahamson The Greeks looked like ancient Romans Tuesday afternoon as they donned armor and went into the coliseum for combat. The Greeks were Kappa Alpha and Sigma Nu. The two fraternities met in their annual charity football game in Fouts Field with Kappa Alpha coming out on top 7-6. Kappa Alpha, behind most of the game, scored midway in the fourth quarter to pull even with Sigma Nu. Ed Ratcliffe added the extra point that proved to be the winning margin. Sigma Nu's score came in the second quarter when quarterback Gary Doss threw a 50-yard bomb to halfback P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 May 1970

t The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1970 NO. 77 900 NT Demonstrators Protest Shooting of Kent State Students By GEORGE FLYNN Daily Editor About 900 demonstrators inarched two- and-a-half miles to the Denton National Guard Armory Wednesday afternoon gathered there protesting the killing of four students at Kent State University in Ohio. No incidents marred the demonstration. The march followed a I p.m. mass led by Father Arthur Sargent, Lpiscopal chaplain for North Texas, in the grassy area across from the Union Building. MARCHING under a parade permit obtained Wednesday morning from Denton Police Chief Wayne Autrey, the protesters sang, chanted and clapped as leaders attempted to keep the block-long line together. The route was through the park behind the Art Building and west along Sycamore Street, turning south at the Interstate 35E service road The 30-minute gathering at the armory consisted of br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 May 1970

NT 'Big Business' 5 Departments Necessary To Handle Fiscal Affairs North Texas is a $30 million a year business, figures from John L. Carter, vice- president for fiscal affairs, indicate. To start with, the budget is S24 million. The rest of the money is involved in building projects, financial aid programs and contracts and grants. Handling the budget is only one part of the Business Office. Under a table of organization approved by the Board of Regents, the Business Office is divided into five major areas. The areas are the business manager, the comptroller, the Computer Center, the personnel office and the resident engineer and director of the physical plant. The Business Office employs about 60 persons, not including the service personnel other than the resident engineer and his staff. THE BUSINESS manager handles the cash end of such auxiliary enterprises as the housing service, the tood service, the Student Union Building, the University Store, the university Golf Course, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 May 1970

I I J u r/ V Thursday, May 7,1970 Jazz Band Experiments With Sound National music experts are continually recognizing the I O'Clock Lab Band as the best college jazz group in the nation. Dick Shory and Bud Doty, executives of Ludwig Industries of Chicago, and Rich Maddison of the Getzen Co. in Elkhorn, were in Denton Wednesday afternoon to experiment with electronic equipment on the I O'Clock Lab Band. Shory, who has his own internationally- known orchestra, said the North Texas group is the first band other than his own to experiment with the equipment. Shory's group used the electronic apparatus two weeks ago at New York's Carnegie Hall. Leon Breeden, director of the NT Lab Band program said the equipment presented a "sensational effect in New York." "We selected the North Texas group to experiment with our equipment because it is noted as the finest college group in the country," Shory said. The electronic system is player oriented with foot switches and slide and sweep pedals on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 May 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. M«y7.1970 NTSU Parachutists Soar Acrophobiac Jumps for Joy By BARBARA DECK Special Writer Climbing a tree or looking out a second story window scares the daylights out of Jeff Rowin. But he'll jump from an airplane at 7,500 feet and never bat an eye. The Hurst junior, a transfer student from Texas A & M, began jumping in October 1968, at College Station where he was assistant training officer of the Texas A&M Parachute Club. In two years Gowin has made 75 jumps including 30-second free falls from heights of 7,500 feet and above. This spring under the Free University, Gowin founded the North Texas Parachute Club. In the beginning the Free University had 64 persons sign up for the class. Since then the active participants have dropped to around 20. "Actually there are over 30,000 active sport parachutists in the United States," Gowin said. AND EVEN more interesting fact, he said, is that Texas has the second largest number of sport parach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 May 1970

I The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1970 NO 78 7 c * "I V i * ' Students, Alumni Celebrate U-Day By ROSE SHARP Daily Reporter Today is the ninth anniversary of North Texas becoming a university on May 8, 1961. To mark the occasion, a full day of activities has been scheduled for University Day. Activities were scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. in the Music Recital Hall with the presentation of citations to three distinguished alumni by the president of Alumni Association, Jere Cox of Dallas. News Capsules City Police Arrest Trio For Drug Possession Denton police made "the largest LSD bust ever" Wednesday when three persons were arrested for possession of $6,500 worth of drugs. "As far as I know, this is the largest amount of LSD we have ever taken at one time," Assistant Police Chief Robert M. Mills said. The 2,033 LSD tablets were estimated by Mills to be worth $3 each. An additional I00 tablets of what w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 May 1970

Sil ^t^iwK^Mhr-IIHI ^WWWMWMWPPP|WWI ;■"' , 1 ' ' ' t HI NORTH TlXAt DAILY ■j-'tmv-m ' . %'• .'• • >. -v ' ••' v;-:;' *$:> The North Texas Daily 51H Y—r North Twm 8Uto Unlvralty Dutw, Ttm ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Friday. May 8.1970 Sky King Lands Family in Denton Actor Finds Refuge From Big City 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. Communication Possible Lindley Opening Door To Students It appears that Vice-President William C. Lindley has stepped out of his shell. He appeared before the USNT Senate Tuesday night to answer questions from senators and other students who were present. A request for a similar appearance last semester was declined. In the session, Lindley admitted that a lack of communication exists between his office and many stud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 May 1970

PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY i r • i'f ( 7 Residents To Vote May 23 On Denton School Bonds Denton residents will go to the polls May 23 to vote on the sale of $10 million worth of school bonds to be used for growth and improvement of the Denton school system over the next 10 years. One part of the plan calls for a second high school in Denton. The first bond sale will be for approximately $3 which will require an estimated rate increase of 23 cents in 1971. The proposal calls for the following building and renovation projects to be completed between 1970 and 1980: Additions to Ginnings, Frank Borman, Woodrow Wilson, and Newton Rayzor elementary schools to be completed by 1971. Additions to Denton Senior High School to be completed by 1971 along with modernization and air conditioning of Fred Moore School the same year. New elementary and senior high schools to be completed by 1972 and 1973 respectively. And replacement of Robert E. Lee Elementary School by 197S because the building ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 May 1970

c.'iJh k -V-1- ! > :- •••'■'•' • . ■, ' ■. • . / . . , • ■ . - ■ < ■ i'. YV 7-,1. ■ Tl;": |^V HRf'I? PAGE 4—TM1 NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eagle Entries Eye MVC Crown Conference Competition Begins By RICH SMITH JAMES RITCHIE Daily Reporters The Eagle tennis, track and golf teams are considered top contenders for the Missouri Valley Conference crown, as competition gets under way today in Des Moines, Iowa. The golf team will be trying for its second straight conference win, while the tennis team will be going for its fourth straight championship. The track team finished second last season in the conference meet. The tennis team will try to adjust to a new court surface at the meet after capping their regular season schedule with two wins. Coach Ken Bahnsen's net crew finished play with an 18-8 season record. Conterence officials in Des Moines picked North Texas to finish second behind Memphis State, Bahnsen said. The criteria for this prognosis was that Memphis State has played on the R...

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