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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1976

k The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 10 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1976 Soviet UN Diplomat Claims Arms Race Wastes Resources By DAVID BOARD Staff Writer Money spent by the Soviet Union and the United States on the arms race is a tremendous waste of resources and human talent, a Russian diplomat said in a speech on campus Wednesday. Vladimir Khanzhenkov, counselor to the permanent mission of the USSR in the United Nations (UN), spoke to ap- proximately 40 people crowded into a Wooten Hall classroom on topics rang- ing from disarmament to Texas hospital- ity. Khanzhenkov, who has served in the UN for four years, said the UN reflects the present day world in that both have shortcomings. But he added, "Without the UN there would be less security in the world." AS THE most important instrument lo provide peace and security in the world, the UN should convene a world conference on disarmament, he said. "Disarmament would contribute to a climate of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1976

PI®:' PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 16, 1976 Is Sharon Newcomb-Davison EDITOR'S NOTE: Speakout is designed as a forum for members of the university community to express their views on current issues. The editors reserve the right to reject unsolicited material. Sharon Newcomb-Davison is a counselor for the Denton County Rape Crisis Center. I would like to respond in part to a few statements made by Detective Dwight Crawford on rape in the Aug. 31 issue of The Daily. Although Crawford has assured us that his direct quotes were a little mis- leading, some response needs to be made in regards to how rape victims are treated in Denton and what to expect from the criminal justice system if you are raped. The Texas Criminal Code, Chapter 21, states that rape is committed if (a) sexual intercourse is under- Sex Surgery Alters Identities, Life Roles PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP)—It is a long and lonely journey across the border of sex, but thousands feel they must make the tri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1976

Thursday, September 16, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Cast Keeps Moving On Up With People Tours Worldwide By SCOTT DANIELS Staff Writer If it's Tuesday, this must be Denton. For members of the Up With People musical cast, the travel schedule is> almost that hectic. Three days in one place is about as long as the cast spends anywhere, and then it's all aboard a chartered Greyhound bus to travel to the next performance site. The hours are long and the pace fren- zied, but none of that is apparent when the cast jumps into its hand-clapping, toe-tapping musical performance of goodwill. ONE OF the Five, nationally touring Up With People casts performed in the University Union Monday and at Denton High School Tuesday night. The 65 cast members, ranging in age from 17 to 25, come from all across the nation, Canada, Europe and South America. 1 "■1 "l Photo by CHARLIE COLE / Sha-boom Sha-boom Three vocalists with the Up With People musical show run through a medley of '50s songs Inc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1976

W*r- 5S31 SHETi . ■ - , — PAGE 4 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 7 Ji : ■ . Thursday, September 16, 1976 mm :M:; W, ... Baptist Leader's Claim Connolly May Damage Ford's Texas Support Christmas in September Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Dr. James Marshall of the chemistry faculty dis- plays a fourier transform high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer which the un- iversity recently purchased with the aid of a matching grant from the National Science Foun- dation. Costing $70,000, the equipment primarily will be used to determine the structure of molecules for NT researchers. Schools Face Enrollment Drop Falling Birth Rate Lowers Campus Populations WASHINGTON (AP>-The nation's college and school enrollments this fall are expected to decline slightly from last year's historic high of 60.2 million stu- dents because of the low birth rate, ac- cording to the government's annual "Back to School" report released Tues- day. The forecast calls for about 100,000 fewer students, the first d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1976

s I >1 I) n * jr m \ h iW Thursday, September 16, 1976 Doctors Say No; Walt, Yes I he playing status of Walter Chapman, North Texas State's all-star defensive middle guard, may not be known until the 7:30 p.m. kickoff Satur- day against Texas in Austin. "The doctors and trainer say no, but Walter says yes," remarked Head Foot- ball Coach Hayden Fry, who earlier ex- pected a final word Thursday afternoon. "I'm not very optimistic about his playing against the Longhorns, but Walter is a unique person and player. He keeps asking me not to rule him out and we won't make a decision any earlier than the Friday workout in Austin," Fry said. Chapman, a four-year starter, suf- fered stretched knee ligaments in the season opener two weeks ago at Missis- sippi State. He was named to the National Independents All-Star first team last season. ★ ★ ★ A limited number of student discount tickets to Saturday's game arc on sale until noon Friday at the Athletic Ticket Office. Tickets are $3.50. St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1976

mSKm m -.smM b ***,- «ct m SSwSaFSpf* PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY mip HHHMHHMHH ■ '(;*•«>-:' ,v, [>.,. ■ w; *V Thursday, September 16, 1976 ' DON'T BUY JEANS ON FAITH. I COMPARE YOUR PANTS OFF." "My jeans are better than your jeans. And I can prove it: 'Mine are 100% natural cotton denim. And so are yours, 'There the similarity ends. Because mine are Sedgefield Do-Nothing'R1 denims. 'The first 14-ounce 100% natural cotton denim with fhe built-in edge: the amazing Sanfor-Set* process. 'So what? So this... "SEDGEFIELD JEANS NEVER NEED IRONING. The |eans I have on have been washed and tumble dried 15 times and never ironed. 'You heard right. Never ironed. "SEDGEFIELD JEANS CANNOT SHRINK OUT OF SIZE. It's true. ' Sanfor-Set's the reason. The reason the size you buy is the size they stay. "SEDGEFIELD JEANS START OUT MUCH SOFTER. "SEDGEFIELD JEANS DON'T COST A BUNDLE. 'Our biggest edge? 'We cost no more than the regular price of the biggest seller. "IF I'M LYING YOU GET YOUR MONE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1976

11 / ,5 V-Y ri 1 1/ 1 The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 11 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1976 Balloting Begins Monday For SGA Assembly Posts Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Bet Your Bottom Dollar Nearly 2,000 Beat Texas spiriters, led by the NT marching band, participated in an evening parade and Fouts Field pep rally Thursday. This team backer proudly displays her game senti- ments where it will draw the most attention. Balloting for Student Government Association (SGA) assembly members will begin Monday and continue through Wednesday, Carter Hampton, chairman of the SGA Ad-hoc Rules and Elections Committee, said Thursday. Fifty students filed applications for the 37 available positions in the as- sembly, Hampton said. The three-day balloting will pick representatives for 27 at-large positions, five dormitory and five graduate posts. HAMPTON SAID SGA set the number of voting days at three in hopes of having a large turnout. Besides voting for assembly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1976

,JU PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial M, \ (i Friday, September 17, 1976 Apathy Paves Closing The battle of the streets is about to come to an end, but not before a few vocal citizens make one last try at stopping the proposed closings of por- tions of Avenue D and West Prairie Street. A glass action suit, filed by Robert Caldwell Jr. and Ray V. Hunt, seeks to nullify a Sept. 7 vote by the city council approving the street closings. The suit claims that Mayor Elinor Hughes and Dr. Ray Stephens, two of the council members that voted for the closing, are in conflict of in- terest since both are employes of NTSU. There is no argument over the right of the two men to seek to stop the closing of the streets but there is a question of whom these men, and others that have spoken up against the closings, repre- sent. Most of the people opposed to the closings claim that the majority of the people of Denton want the streets to remain open. Caldwell said Tuesday that he believes the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1976

Friday, September 17, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 r I U % f Trio Opens Arts Series September Showing Stars Women Artists Not only will patrons of the first NTSU Fine Arts Series event of the year have an opportunity to view the works of three young artists, they will be able to meet the artists themselves. The exhibition, "Three Artists; Three Viewpoints," opens Sept. 27 and con- tinues through Oct. 14 in the Gallery of the Art Building. Hours are I-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and I-5 p.m. Friday. Admission is free. Preceding the opening of the exhibi- tion, the series itself begins Sept. 24 with a by-ticket-only reception and showing which will be attended by the three ar- tists, Janet Fish, Ree Morton and Deborah Remington, all of New York City. THE EXHIBITION was organized by Wilfred Higgins of the art faculty, who said, "These three women personify three highly significant and diverse directions in contemporary visual ex- pression, and we are pleased to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1976

•> PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY bmmMMNL. ■A im •' •: 1 ' '•• .. :■; ' p$p ;'.:..i'.' :. . ••'■;• '■: ■'; 'i: 1 '' Friday, September 17, 1976 Media Center To Service Will Offer Audio-Visual Aids Open The newly created Center for Instruc- tional Services will begin offering multi- media production services and advice on how to use them Oct. 15, Dr. Terry Holcomb, director of the center, said. The center is currently offering only consultation until the rest of its equip- ment arrives. Dr. Holcomb said. Plans Mass Murderer for the center began six years ago. The director said the center's staff will work with the faculty and staff in developing ideas into nonprint presenta- tions. THE MEDIA available include slides, tapes, audio duplication, maps, State Board Kills Speck Parole Bid JOLIET, III. (AP) — It took only five minutes for the state parole board to deny freedom Wednesday to Richard Speck, convicted of killing eight young nurses in their Chicago townhouse 10 years ago and n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1976

Friday, September 17, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 * ii \i. y * a West Point Student Disappoints Parents Hey, Look Us Over, Lend Us an Ear Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Marching band members step lively sporting new uniforms at the pre-game show of the NT-UT-Arlington game. The 200 uniforms cost about $26,000 and replaced the ones used by the band for more than 10 years. Designed by members of the band, the uni- Kissinger Flies to Zambia forms display both the traditional green and the Mean Green colors. With new attire and 40 additional members this year, the band presents a new image to the university and community. The band is directed by Dr. Robert Winslow of the music faculty. War May Follow if Talks Fail LUSAKA, Zambia (AP)—Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger ran into more talk of "intensified armed strug- gle" in Black Africa Thursday as he arrived in Zambia on the second stop of his African peace shuttle. Coming from Tanzania, where Presi- dent Julius Nyerere was pessimis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1976

PAGE 6 - i; raiVMMHIMIM - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 17, 1976 Daily Staff Predictions Cumulative results of last week's predictions were 40-16: Terry Pair (5-3), Robin Horton (6-2), Dave Matustik (6-2), Scott White (6-2), Nancy Deen (5-3), Randy Pruett (6-2), Dave Board (6-2). 4% Nancy Deen GAMES Terry Pair (5-3) Robin Horton (6-2) Nancy Deen (5-3) Scott Daniels (0-0) Ralph Winingham (0-0) Barron Ludlum (0-0) Cathy Sulak (0-0) NT-Texas NT NT Texas Texas Texas NT Texas A&M-Kansas St. A&M A&M A&M A&M Kansas St. A&M A&M Alabama- SMU Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Penn St.- Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohio St. Penn St. Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohio St. Arkansas- Okla. St. Arkansas Okla. St. Arkansas Okla. St. Arkansas Okla. St. Okla. St. Tenn.- TCU TCU Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. UCLA-Arizona UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA Baylor- Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Baylor Auburn Auburn Michigan- Stanford Michigan Mich...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1976

1 •;]( V, NT Proves No Cup of Tea NT took its case to Austin Saturday In an attempt to prove that the Mean Qreen is capable of playing with the big boys. Some took the game as a joke but no one was laughing at NT after the game. As It turned out, the game wasn't the tea party that most U i -Ausiin tea sip— pers thought it would be. 'i i For game details and reaction to NT's 17-14 loss, see Pages 2, 5 and 6 The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 12 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1976 f 11 i mm&gm ummu Steelman Outlines Stance On Governmental Reform Best Wishes Photo By MARY READ Alan Steelman, GOP nominee for U.S. Senate, autographs a campaign pamphlet for David Nelson, Denton sophomore. Steelman brought his campaign to Denton Monday making ap- pearances at NTSU, TWU and the Denton GOP Headquarters. By TERRY PAIR Editor • Alan Steelman, GOP nominee for U.S. senator, brought his reform rhetoric to campus Monday afternoon, talking with students duri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1976

ffyyi ■-'V MKS9 '??' " M ■ W I -!-V .."' ' PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I An Editorial SGA Requires Input If every student could find an extra five minutes to vote today or Wednesday, the Student Govern- ment Association (SGA) would have that much more input to credibly represent student interests. But that input might be too much to ask. In the past five years an average of 15 per cent of the stu- dent body has voted in assembly elections. Still, many people are critical of campus policies. Students seem to be quick to criticize organiza- tions but hesitant to vocally take and support any stand. When students enroll in this university, they subject themselves to its problems. Solutions are up to the students. If a program is disagreeable, students should make it known instead of merely complaining among themselves. None of the assemblymen are perfect, but all of them work hard. The fact that 50 people are run- ning for the 37 positions shows that they are will- ing to work. Sure ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1976

Tuesday, September 21, 1976 -f > ! j I Moon Followers Hold Festival Cult Leader Gives Last Major U.S. Speech WASHINGTON (AP>-Thousands or persons converged on the Washington Monument grounds Saturday for what followers of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon said would be the Korean evangelist's last major speech in the United States. Meanwhile, opponents of Moon plan- NT Students To Present 'Panhandle' "A square dance in which something goes wrong and the people have to work their way out " is the way Dr. Robert Culp of the drama faculty sees the up- coming production of "Panhandle." The play will be presented Nov. 22, 23, 29 and 30 at 8 p.m. in the University Theatre. It will also play in Lubbock Dec. I-4. The historically accurate two-hour play involves the plight of the Texas farmer in the I930's and the misuse of the land. "Panhandle" was the winning entry in the American Revolution Bicentennial Playwriting Competition I975-1976. It is the first time the play is being presented to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1976

wmwiilWi I 1 If PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 21, 1976 Assembly Candidates Present Platforms EDITOR'S NOTE: Voting for Student Government Association (SGA) represen- tatives continues today through Wednes- day at five locations including Wooten Hall, the Library Mall, the Business Ad- ministration Building, the Music Building and Bruce Hall. The SO students filing for SGA As- sembly positions were invited to submit statements to The Daily. The responses follow. BILL BRIENZA Graduate Race Our dormitory food is comic, odorless and tasteless. The Union equals Sanger- Harris. Parking is a game of musical chairs, students always lose! Texts are changed too often; we need a two-year adoption policy. I will continue to raise money for scholarships as in the past. I want to see liquor in the Union, better evening classes, students on the city council and en loco parentis defeated in court. WALTER HARRISON Graduate Race The major issue for students today is the lack of an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1976

Tuesday, September 21, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 I) Campbell Soups Texas Attack Injuries Table Two Hands off, Fellows! Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Fullback Billy Cox is walled off by a tough Longhorn defensive line as he tries to gain some yardage for the Mean Green in the first quarter. The Texas defense held the Eagles to 218 total of- fensive yards while their offense racked up a total of 408 yards. Texas fullback Earl Campbell carried 32 times for 208 yards, more than half of the Longhorns' yardage. Longhorns Feel Eagles' Claws By NANCY DEEN Sports Kditor No joke—the Mean Green did have a chance at beating the Longhorns. NT led at the half, 7-3. Campbell had rushed for only 28 yards. Texas never moved closer than the NT 32-yard line during the first two quarters. The Longhorns were admittedly wor- ried when they went to the lockers at half time. Their fans were stunned. They had all witnessed a bit of Mean Green trickery. More than 60,000 people were packed into Memorial S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 21, 1978 / tho't a victory was supposed to taste sweet,. .so whafs this gritty stuff? Tastes tike birdseed! v m Vicfopy CflMUcS C6S£RV4T1OKI5 NT-Longhorn Skirmish Surprises Sports World Classes Stress Study Skills Center Offers Speedrc jding Instruction The Counseling and Testing Center is offering five courses this fall to help stu- dents develop skills ranging from listen- ing to vocabulary. Dr. Mary Elmendorf, counseling psy- chologist at the center, said the list of courses includes speedreading, vocabulary building, effective listening, effective notetaking and effective reading. The number of sessions per course varies. The costs also vary from $10 to $40. Dr. Elmendorf said although all courses have begun, the Bergen Evans vocabulary program is still open for registration. "Each lesson is a separate unit," she said. "Therefore, a student can start at any lesson and continue the course, going back to the lessons he mis- sed when ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 13 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1976 Voting Ends Today For SG A Assembly By VINCE HEPTIG and MARSHA TUNNELL Daily Reporters Today is the last day students may vote for Student Government Associa- tion (SGA) Assemblymen and on two referenda concerning the proposed SGA constitution and the sale of beer and wine in the University Union. Polls will be open today at the Library Mall and the Music Building from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and at the Business Ad- ministration Building and Bruce Hall from 4 to 8 p.m. SGA President Raoul Smyth, who earlier predicted a total turnout of 5,000 voters, estimated that 2,500 students would have voted by the close of the polls on Tuesday. REGISTERED STUDENTS can vote only once in each of the three as- semblyman categories: at-large, graduate students and dormitory resi- dents. Students are also voting on the proposed SGA constitution which, if ap- proved, will then have to be approve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1976

MMMMMMfNM I i PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 22, 1976 An Editorial America Needs Votes The next two and a half months of 1976 will be immensely important to every individual in the United States, yet more than half of the popula- tion will probably let the time slip quietly by. This i^ the time for campaigns, debates and all the ceremony associated with an election year. Candidates for the president of the United States will be using their best tactics to gain votes—but will anyone be listening? Statistics show that approximately 60 per cent of the qualified voters did not vote in the 1972 election. If this trend holds true, this year it will mean that once again less than half the qualified voting population will determine who will lead this nation for another four years. An individual who fails to vote not only does a disservice to himself, he undermines the entire system of democracy. Voting is the only chance the majority of the population has to influence the...

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