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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 May 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1970 NO 79 \ I! l\ A News Capsules Death Toll Mounting From Lubbock Tornado By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LUB- BOCK, Tex. AP — A massive tornado rip- ped through at least 100 blocks of this Texas South Plains city Monday night, killing at least 17 persons, causing millions of dollars in damage and injuring scores. Hours after the gigantic tornado ravaged the city, power was still off, streets were clogged with debris, wrecked buildings and overturned automobiles. Reports indicated the most extensive dam- age was in the northern and eastern sections of the city and in the downtown district. Three hospitals—all large ones—quickly overflowed with injured, many of them cut by flying glass from plate glass windows rip- ped from downtown skyscrapers. Members Honor McAdow, Director of Concert Band Mauricc McAdow, director of the Concert Band, was surprised by band members at the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 May 1970

PAG 12—THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY The North Texas Daily 53rd Year North Twu State Univnlty Pwtw, Ttiu ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Tucaday. May 12,1970 I \ Cuban Wins U.S. Citizenship Coed Seeks New Life in Tree Society V p 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. March, Mass, Reflection Memorial Proves Worthwhile Effort Student leaders are due congratulations and thanks for the meaningful memorial observances following the death of four students in Ohio. Contrasted to more senseless violence on other campuses, the NTSU memorials were solemn and wholly appropriate. Interest and participation were outstanding. Tuesday's black armbands, worn with humility, made more students aware of the Kent State tragedy. The USNT Senate session that night helped quell fears tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 May 1970

Tuesday, May 12.1970 t Club Offers Scholarships North Texas students may apply for scholarships totaling $2,500 in a program conducted by The Dallas Woman's Club. Dr. Hugh M. Ayer, associate dean of arts and sciences, announced the scholarship program Thursday, citing a letter from Mrs. Evelyne S. Davis, executive secretary of the club. Mrs. Davis wrote that applications must be received by the club by June I and that applicants must have real financial need and be above average in scholarship. Dr. Ayer added that a limited number of applications are availabe in his office. Mrs. Davis said that the following scholarships are offered: The May Dickson Exall Scholarship ($500), for a junior or senior undergraduate woman student who is a native Texan. The Erin Bain Jones Scholarships ($1,000), for advanced graduate students—also female—who are natives of Texas. Fine Arts Scholarships (varying amounts), availabe for talented students in any of the fine arts fields —drama, music or art- d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 May 1970

PAGE 4—-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY T NT Takes Track, Golf Championships Cullins Clutch Shots Give Linksters Win Steady Guy Cullins purred the final hole Saturday to give the North Texas State golf team its third straight Missouri Valley Conference championship with a team score of 954. The Eagles started the day in Des Moines, Iowa, with a seven—stroke lead over Memphis State, but high winds began to change the situation rapidly. By the 54th hole, NT's lead had dwindled to just a couple of shots. The Memphis State surge was led by Greg Powers' par 73. Cullins, in the last twosome with Powers, had to avoid a bogey on the last hole to insure the victory. A Cullins bogey coupled with a birdie by Powers would have knotted the score. CULLINS In the tourney itself, Ferrill said that the real problem he faced was keeping the team concentration up. They were playing on what he described as "one of the toughest courses we've played." Ferrill noted that the tournament lead could fluctuate from hol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 May 1970

•« 1 vt, .y;.,,v ¥ 'j, « . V- . ■, ■ The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MAY 13. 1970 NO. 80 ( [f 7 • • • • • * # . mgt a: ■ <>x&r \ Crammin Like many other students, this one is starting to do some last minute studying before finals. For those who put things off, there is still time to catch up during Dead Week which starts Monday and runs through Sunday, May 24 Final examinations start Monday of the following week and continue until Friday, May 29. A complete exam schedule will appear in the Daily later this week News Capsules Campus... 'Subway Wall' To Make Auditorium Debut Thursday "The Subway Wall," North Texas State literary magazine, will be available to students all day Thursday at a table on the first floor of the Auditorium Building. The magazine is free to students and sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, Fnglish fraternity. "The Subway Wall" is a collection of award-winning Literary works by N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 May 1970

. r# M0t2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, May 13,1970 The North Texas Daily 53rd Ytir North Tem SUte UnWeraity Denton, Twm ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Luxury or Squalor for NT Canines Controversy Arouses Emotions in Many 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 SUte University Administration. Info Policy NT Languishes Behind the Veil A new head of campus security has been selected to replace Robert Wallis, starting in the fall. William Lindley, vice-president for student affairs, requested a change and it was made. Only Vice-President Lindley isn't much for words these days. At first, he was extremely reluctant to mention anything about the change in personnel. Then, the Daily received a tip about the switch and asked Mr. Lindley for information. "We are investigating the possibility of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 May 1970

I # j 1 ' Wednesday. May 13,1970 Eyecafcher • 1 7 • • > . i *- \' • 4 '1 This week^s eyecatcher is Cheryl Rivera, a junior. Radio and TV major from Dallas. Her life ambition is to own a broadcasting station. Husbands Tire of Remarks NEW YORK (AP) Wifely remarks that husbands get tired of hearing: "Get up and go earn me a living." "Well, if it is burned a little, just scrape it off." "I know one thing for sure: if I ever marry a second time, it certainly won't be for love. I've tried that." "How did I know that you had beef stew for lunch? What am I supposed to be a mind reader?" "You must be the laughing stock of your office, the way you do all the work and everybody else gets all the credit and the money." Application Photos $480 Per Doien "1 (includes Sitting) [j^oua [Bznnstt GRAPHIC J ARTS SPECIALTIES One-Day Service DIAL 382-9412 "Harry, you're driving too fast!" "What do you mean, why can't I make it last another year? Do you realize how long I've had that fur coat? I bought...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 May 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY KSJSki BSlfl SM5 • I Wednesday. May 13.1970 <1* Swimmers Set Four Records; Sig Eps, UAC Take Top Spots In one of the final two events of the intramural season, swimming stirred up a splash of records last Thursday. Golf ended the intramural season Friday. Four school records were broken in the swimming medley relay, butterfly, 200 foot freestyle, and the freestyle relay last Thursday evening. David Beuttenmuller, representing the Ex-Marines, set a record in the 200 freestyle with a 37.4 second clocking. He also swam a leg on the Ex-Marines record-breaking medley relay team. Beuttenmuller's time beat the previous record of 38.8 set by Lee Fox of Sigma Nu last year. The Ex-Marines with a 1:16.1 knocked six-tenths of a second off the record 1:16.7 set by BSU in 1969. Lee Fox bested his record of 17.8 in the butterfly with a 17.7 time to win the fraternity championship, but would have finished in a tie for third in the Independent Division with his time. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 May 1970

• < The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970 NO 81 I • 4 V I \(l V m V # " • • 4) 4 J J Lincoln Park To Hold Wet-Dry Vote in June; USNT Leaders Involved By JULIAN WILLIAMS Daily Staff Writer Denton County Commissioners' Court gave the green light to a petitioning mobile home community to hold a wet-dry referendum in June and two NT student leaders admitted Wednesday they ahd been hired to promote the town to North Texas students. Lincoln Park Mayor Parks W. Bell said his small development, located four miles outside Denton, will probably hold the referent 1 June 2. Bell said the majority of the 28 voters in the newly-incorporated town favor sale of alcoholic beverages in the community. The almost-certain wet vote would bring to an end the abortive "Vote Denton Wet" campaign. The local campaign was dropped by USNT President Joe Burgoyne and Ken Scarborough, former USNT vice-president, after they wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 May 1970

Thursday. May 1*. 1870 Hoses + NT Growing Pains Nudge 56-Year-Old 'Mainstay July IS will be an important date for 189 Denton school children as well as a host of former students. That is the date of the closing of the last section of the North Texas Laboratory School. The closing of the elementary school this year is the final step in a program that has seen the high school and junior high school phased out previously. The Lab School has been an integral part of the Texas education program during its 56-year history. Many Denton residents and NT graduates have attended the Lab School and are scattered in all walks of life. IN 1913, W. H. BRUCE, who was at that time president of North Texas Stale Teachers College, asked the Texas Legislature for an appropriation to begin a demonstration or training school on the campus. The school opened its doors for the first time in January, 1914, and was known as the Training School. In January 1919, after moving from many small buildings, the Tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 May 1970

•:f*. i/: 4:' If Thursday, May 14,1970 Around the Campus SAC To Show 'Zorba/ Last Movie of Season The final movie sponsored by the Student Activities Committee will be shown tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Business Administration Lecture Hall. Admission to the movie, "Zorba Greek," is one I.D. card per couple. the The Spinning Wheels bicycle club will elect officers at its last formal meeting of the year tonight at 8:30 in Room 304 of the Union Building. Dwight Thompson, Fort Worth graduate student, said the club now has 85 members, but emphasized that new members were needed. « * « At a general chapter meeting May 6, members of the Texas Association of College Teachers elected DR. DON SMITH of the biology faculty as new president of the NTSU branch. Smith will replace outgoing president KJELL .lOHANSEN of the foreign language faculty, and Johansen will move to a position on the organization's executive committee. Aside from the new president, DR. B. G. NUNLEY of the mathematics faculty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 May 1970

"''--.."■■v • r ;<■ f 5■ ■■ ■n mm 3 NT Champs Plan Workouts For Track Meet Three members of North Texas State's Missouri Valley Conference championship track team are slated for duty Saturday in the Ty Terrell Relays in Beaumont. Heading the list is Bill Schmidt, the javelin thrower who set MVC and Drake Stadium record, with a 265-6 toss last week. Monday he was honored by his teammates by being elected team captain. Schmidt also won this season's prestigous Texas and Drake Relays titles, and ranks second in the nation with a javelin throw of 272-11 Vi recorded in February. Other Beaumont entrants are hurdler Jimmy Jones and runner Dennis Stephens. Jones won the MVC intermediate hurdles last week, tying his year-old school record of 53 seconds flat. Stephens, a strong performer in the 880-yard dash all year, got boxed in an ran out of the point-geiting spots last week. He owns a season best of 1:50.3, third best in the state. Long jumper Mike Neeley and another 880 man, Doug Walk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 May 1970

The «1 • 1 orth Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 63RD YEAR - NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. MAY 16,1970 NO. 82 w 1 • • 1 I v . ,1 I News Capsules 1 Daily Ends for Semester; Next Issue Set June 11 Today's issue is the last for The North Texas Daily this semester. Next week is Dead Week and the following week is final exam time. This summer. The Daily will publish a summer edition on Thursdays each week with the first issue scheduled for June 11. Owen Carter, Roanoke junior, will be the summer editor. Printing Problem Delays Arrival of 'Subway Wall' Distribution of "The Subway Wall," originally scheduled for Thursday, has been delayed until at least Monday. The delay was caused by a shortage of printing employees. Members of Sigma Tau Delta, honorary English fraternity, will distribute the magazine free at a table on the first floor of the Auditorium Building. The magazine is a collection of poetry and prose submitted by students from the campus. Farmer Enters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 May 1970

'7,.; ; PAGE4—THE NORTH TSXAS DAILY Friday, May 16,1979 Intramural Play Ends; 2 Titles Still Open MVC Move Not Likely; Rust Relates Problems Intramural softball ends this week with two league championships already having been decided and two others in question. Phi Kappa Sigma, one of two remaining unbeaten teams, clinched the Fraternity League "A" championship with a 6-0 mark. The Phi Kaps were scheduled to play the winner of the jumbled Fraternity League "B" race at 4:15 p.m. Thursday. Perhaps the biggest story in Fraternity League "B" was the close finish between Sigma Phi Epsilon and Sigma Nu for the fraternity intramural trophy. Going into the softball competition, Sigma Nu had 1,462 intramural points to Sigma Phi Epsilon's 1,434. BSU, the only other undefeated team in intramural softball with a 7-0 record, will represent Independent League "A" in the playoffs. The BSU was led by the pitching of Larry Lehrman, who has given up an average of only 2.5 runs per game. The PE Club c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 May 1970

w extra! The North Texas Daily « *■ Formerly The Campus Chat "4 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1970 n t <•* • { I 4 A / Accepts Presidential Position At Northern Iowa University North Texas State University President John J. Kamerick has today been named president of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, effective Sept. I. The announcement was made at a press conference in Cedar Falls by members of the Iowa State Board of Regents. He replaces Dr. James W. Maucker, president for the last 20 years, who is returning to teaching. The NTSU regents are scheduled to hold a regular meeting on campus at 10 a.m. Thursday. The NTSU president's contract runs through Aug. 31. DR. KAMERICK, 50, who became president of NTSU in fall 1968 after 12 years as vice-president and dean at Kent State University, said in a prepared statement: "My family and I have decided to leave North Texas State University to accept the presidency of a university in my...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 May 1970

TUESDAY. MAY 20.1970 'A • - ■ > .* , • HfW ■ Lt* 1 1 (EDITOR S NOTE: This letter was sent to the faculty through the University mail this afternoon.) II Colleagues: This is a most difficult communication for me to write and I hope you will, therefore, excuse its brevity. My family and I have decided to leave North Texas State University to accept the presidency of a university in my native state of Iowa '\ We will take our leave with great regret that we are leaving behind so many warm and close friends among the faculty, staff, and student body of North Texas State University It is my firm conviction that North Texas State University will continue to make the rapid and healthy progress to which so many here are dedicated. ■j.t Sincerely, -v • John J. Kamerick President tu 1 k

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 June 1970

The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition 53RDYEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970 NO 83 Regents Appoint Carter Temporary President I John L. Carter By OWEN CARTER Daily Editor The Board of Regents during their quarterly meeting May 29 accepted the resignation of President John J. Kamerick, who will assume the presidency of the University of North Iowa. John L. Carter, vice-president of fiscal affairs, was appointed by the board as acting president in the event that a new- university president cannot be found before Dr. Kamerick'sdeparture. Board chairman A.M. Willis appointed a five-man regents committee to facilitate the selection of a new president. The committee consists of Bruce Street, E.C. Pannell, Dean Davis, James Lawson and Willis. A committee selected by faculty members will coordinate the selection with the regents. The presidents of the Alumni Association and the USNT wiil serve as ex-officio committee members. Willis indicated the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 June 1970

-■■Ill Ml—Ml, Ill I ....... ' v.- ' "• 'a" ' v " ■ PP* ' ' a." '?•*" wm0k PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY /.Vv>iv : :-v; !v^:Jr'^V Mi'V'■ Bp\ Thursday, Jun« 11,1970] The North Texas Daily 63rd Worth Tbm 8ff University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER OWEN CARTER Editor BILL BRYANT Business Manager 'Cowboy Voice Teaches Change To Extrovert Necessary Editorial statement* of the North Texas Daily and readers' latter* reflect the opinion of the individuel writer and not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Resignation Timely Kamerick Value Gone With Lack of Backing The university community and other concerned persons close to North Texas, took the recent res- ignation of President John J. Kamerick with disappointment, sur- prise and sorrow, but perhaps it is best that Dr. Kamerick step down. Maybe he has outstayed his useful- ness to the school. Upon coming here he did make some vital and needed changes such as init...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 June 1970

Thursday. Juno 11.1970 swi I I ./ I , > It I Band Leaves on Tour, To Appear at Festival The l O'Clock Lab Band and its director, Leon Breeden, left Tuesday for a two-week tour of Europe. The band will appear June 17-21 as the official "big band" at the Montreux International Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Before the Festival, the 20-member band will play concerts in five German cities. The group will play several selections presented at its annual spring concert. The band's first scheduled performance is today at the University of Hamburg. While in Hamburg, the group plans to tour the old part of the city along the Rathaus, built in German Renaissance style. They will also see the stock exchange (borse), founded in 1558, the first stock market founded in Europe. The band will also see World War II ruins, including those of the St. Nikolai Church, now a memorial to war victims. The Gothic St. Jacobs Church in Hamburg has a 17th century Arp Schnitger organ once played by Bach, which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 June 1970

f: 1 ( I V PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY IPi RAMSEY HAMILTON SCHMIDT CULLINS Sports Season Contains Success-Disappointment This sports season has been one of shattered records and near misses for North Texas State athletes. But wins build confidence, and disappointments determination. North Texas had plenty of both. Winton (Pop) Noah's tracksters captured the MVC track and field meet in Des Moines, Iowa, and shattered some meet records in the process: NT's Bill Schmidt threw the javelin a record-breaking 265-6. Schmidt made a javelin throw of 280-7 at the California Relays in May. And the tracksters aren't through yet. Selected team members will be in Des Moines June 18-20 for the NCAA Championships. NT golfers captured the university's third straight MVC championship with a team score of 954. Guy Cullins' total score of 234 ranked third at the meet. Eagle Golf Coach Herb Ferrill led North Texas to this, its ninth MVC title in 10 years. The golf team will enter NCAA competition later...

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