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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

I * • Liberal-Conservative Contest Sizzles in Primaries EDITOR'S NOTE: As of presume. President Ford and Morris Udall were leading in the Wisconsin primary. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Ford won the Republican presidential primary election in Wisconsin Tuesday night while Rep. Morris K. Udall stepped ahead of the Democratic field in a make-or-break test of his quest for White House nomina- tion. Sen. Henry M, Jackson of Washington, meanwhile, moved to the front in the New York Democratic primary, his chosen target. NEW YORK'S was a contest among would-be national convention delegates, Wisconsin's a direct test matching the presidential candidates. This was the picture in Wisconsin, with 19 per cent of the precincts counted: Ford 81,085 or 55 per cent. Ronald Reagan 64,825 or 44 per cent. The other Republican voters marked the no preference line on the ballot. AMONG DEMOCRATS in the Wisconsin race, it was: Udall 79,195 or 38 per cent. Carter 74,017 or 35 per cent. Alabama Gov. G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

V.-a PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Ait Editorial Label Bill Aids Public A bill passed by the Senate and now being con- sidered by the House could, if enacted into law, eliminate much of the confusion surrounding food labeling. Under existing guidelines, the Department of Agriculture sets standards for how much poultry, meat or fish must be included in prepared products, but this information is not printed on package labels. The result is often deception and consumer confusion. Products such as chicken soup or shrimp cocktail carry no listing of percentage of "characterizing" ingredient on their label. Therefore, the consumer has no way of knowing just how much chicken or shrimp he is actually getting in the product he buys. However, the new legislation would require comprehensive labeling, including the percen- tage of characterizing ingredient in the specific product. It would also require a full listing of man- datory ingredients used in standardized foods made from government re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

I *• ♦ 1 . V, ♦ ♦ • «•> > • I « • 4 • ♦ f, ♦ ' • % • i • ♦ t (V. • « I « ♦ • 4 ♦ /> • 4<. * • . t « * ■ i • • • • • ♦ t # • i « « i • i .• • t ♦ ♦ * ♦ • • • • Wednesday, April 7, 1976 SAU Elects Stuart Kraft Coordinator By VICKI BRIDGES Daily Reporter Stuart Kraft, Dallas senior, has been named coordinator of the Student Ac- tivities Union (SAU) for the 1976-77 school year, according to Wayne Burnette, SAU activities adviser. Kraft, an art-jewelry major, is a transfer student from Eastfi?ld Com- munity College, where he served on SAU committees. Selected following in- terviews last week, he replaces Houston senior Booker Morris in the coordinator position. DECATUR JUNIOR Sara Pegues was selected assistant coordinator. A French-English major, she served on the SAU Visual Arts Committee this year and is a member of the French and English honor societies. Beginning in the fall, SAU will expand its committee program from four to seven acting groups. Entertainment needs for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

— ^r?c ; PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Radio, Popularity of CBs Cause FCC Problems By LEE HANSLEY Daily Reporter The current popularity of citizens band (CB) radios has taken the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by surprise, Larry Perry, a communication attorney, said Monday. Perry visited the radio-TV-film divi- sion of the speech communication and drama department and spoke on current problems relating to the FCC. To date, there are an estimated eight million CB radio operators, of whom Ave million are not licensed, he said. The FCC receives 500,000 to 600,000 ap- plications for CBs per month, he added. Perry said CB radios originated as a business idea. Later truckers began us- ing CBs and this use spread to the general public. He said fines for misuse of a CB radio can amount to as much as 510,000 per day of misuse. If the user is a second of- fender, he could receive two years in jail. IN TRACING THE evolution of radio in comparison to television, Perry Student Awarenes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

* I * ♦ ♦ 9 • * « * > ♦ 4 ♦ • ♦ I # I I « • « I • • # f> *# • 4 • ♦ II M • , r. i • n « 4 ✓ #* % • ♦ • • # I 4 4 • • % • * • • f * 4 • • « I • • # I Wednesday, April 7, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Business Representatives To Hold Job Interviews Birthday Celebration Singers Photo by GARY CLIFTON The Lew Glllls Singers, a commercial singing group, help klckoff the Bruce Hall birthday celebration in a reception in the dorm lobby. The 20-member vocal ensemble performed before a crowd of about 200 people Monday night, singing jlngle-orlented music utilizing pop tunes. Included in the concert were arrangements by Bruce Hall resident Sheppard Sternthal. Survey Reveals Abortion Count Texas Total Ranks 15th in Nation AUSTIN (AP)—At least 35,382 abor- tions were performed in Texas in 1974, the year after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized the procedure, according to a survey published in "Texas Medicine." The survey in the Texas Medical As- sociation's official journal apparently ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

Wednesday, April 7, 1976 PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 1220 YV. Hickory 382-1823 Open l(M Everyday Warner Bros. Spring Jazz Releases On Sale! LP's $3.99 Tapes $4.99 David Sanborn Taking Off Inrli IHAQ Butterfat/Black Light Funky Banana | The Whisperer David Sanborn Taking Off If you've heard David Bowie's Young Americans, Bruce Springsteen's Bom To Run or Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years, you've heard David Sanborn's saxophone. Now hear Taking Off, the Sanborn solo debut that Modern Recording magazine called "One of the best produced and engineered albums this year ... a prize." Warner Bros. BS 2873 Produced by John Court MARTINO/ STARBRIGHT Includes Foll/Eyes/Nefertiti/Dlue Macaw Pat Martino Starbright The guitar of Pat Martino may be heard on recordings by Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Farrell, Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke, as well as on eight solo albums for Muse, Prestige and Cobblestone. His first LP for Warner Bros, shows that he has mastered a variety of playing styl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

' • • « I * n ♦ t • • * ♦ t ♦> ♦ * ♦ 1 .. • i 4 I 4 % • * *• * •• • • • . • 41* I % • • . t • <♦ . 9 ' ' # ♦ 4 I • f ^ M «♦ « ( • # • t « ! • ) I « • .♦ • r « • «> < i '1 \1 * < ♦in* I Wednesday, April 7, 1976 Students Seek Disease Cure For several NT students, the hopes of finding a cure for cancer rest on dry ice, acetone and a coldfinger. The ingrediants combine to form part of what the students hope will be a folic acid inhibitor that may be used in controlling cancer cells. The students are working on a cancer research project with Dr. Charles Skinner, chairman of the chemistry department. They hope to synthesize a folic acid inhibitor for chemotherapy. Cancer cells require more folic acid, a B vitamin, than do normal cells of the body, Dr. Skinner explained. THE PRINCIPLE of the experiment is that in the presence of the inhibitor, if the body is deprived of folic acid, the cancer cells will die. Dr. Skinner explained that the normal cells in the body will also d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1976

PAGE 8 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Club Owner Breaks Up Oakland A's By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For years they hollered "Break up the Oakland A's" in the American League West. Well, somebody's finally done it— the owner. But it appears that Charles O. Finley's zany machinations won't keep the Mustache Gang from winning another division championship. Catfish Hunter escaped the Oakland madhouse last year when Finley com- mitted a contractual error. Reggie Jackson and Ken Holtzman were un- loaded last week in a trade that left the baseball world stunned, but it seems there was a method to Finley's apparent madness. The A's, winners of five straight West titles, have been aching for a blue-chip righthander since the departure of Hunter. And Finley landed two good ones in the Jackson-Holtzman deal with the Baltimore Orioles—battle-tested Mike Torrez and fast-rising Paul Mitchell. So despite the loss of Jackson and Holtzman, the A's still have enough talent to beat back the rest of the West. The t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1976

I. I • V# « ,« i ' > I* I * Mao Chooses Hua As China's Premier, Party Vice-Chairman TOKYO (AP)—Mao Tse-tung raised Hua Kuo-feng, unknown out- side China two months ago, to the posts of premier and party first vice-chairman Wednesday—making clear Hua is his personal choice to be the next leader of the People's Republic of China. At the same time, Mao cut down an old foe, Teng Hsiao-ping. The 56-year-old Hua, a Mao protege from his own Hunan Province, steps into the premiership that the late Chou Enlai had hoped would go to Teng, 72. Premier Chou died Jan. 8, and Hua, then security chief, was named acting premier in mid-February. His latest promo- tions make him, in effect, the No. 2 man in China. The Yugoslav news agency Tanjug reported that Peking's Tien An Men Square, where supporters of Teng demonstrated and battled with militiamen Monday, was filled Wednesday night with drums, music and people shouting slogans in celebration of Hua's promotion. Teng, under official criticism a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1976

PAGE 2 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 8, 1976 Gl Bill Aids Vets, Colleges EDITOR'S NOTE: This article la the last of a two-part series. The first, concerning Federal aid to North Texas, appeared in Wednesday's Daily. BY RALPH WINNINGHAM Daily Reporter Each student enrolling at North Texas under the Gl Bill brings more to the university than a warm body and more competition for a parking space. He or she brings a useful benefit—federal money. "About 10 per cent of the student population each semester is made up of people on the Gl Bill," Carolyn Newsom, veterans affairs clerk, said. "They average about 1,800 students in the fall semester and 1,500 in the spring." The impact of the Gl Bill on North Texas could be approximated by multiplying the average number of students by $200, the approximate full-load tuition. This means each semester that 1,500 students taking a full load on the Gl Bill bring approximately 5300,000 to the university that it might not receive otherwise. TH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1976

• I 4 1# J. 7 * i * i % > % i • k • ) I •* 4 • 4 1 I • I • • * 4** ' I * 9 l * t «• i • f • « • 4 I I ♦ • • * ♦ T • i ►• i • Thursday, April 8, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Lab Bands Will Give Annual Spring Concert ... - lhur«da« 2«nd8pm 6 30 p m 6:30 lit By JERRY WINKLER Daily Reporter The talents of more than 120 NT musicians are being employed to produce the annual spring concert of the Lab Bands Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Coliseum. About 115 students will perform in six different Lab Bands, and but several other students have contributed written work. The concert "highlights the work of the students," Leon Breeden, director of the I O'clock Lab Band and the Lab Band program, said Wednesday. TICKETS FOR the concert are available in the Lab Band Office in the Lab Band Hall and the Union Ticket Of- fice in the Union Building. Advance tickets are JI for students and faculty and $2 general admission. The concert includes the compositions of four students. Chuck Owen, Wyom- in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Teen-age Labor Force Drops to Record Low WASHINGTON (AP>-Despite the improving economy, teen-age un- employment is at a record high and ex- perts say job prospects for teen-agers will be dim for years. One authority called the problem "social dynamite." The Joint Economic Committee of Congress, noting predictions of severe unemployment through 1980, said it will result in increasing crime, drug use and other forms of antisocial behavior among the nation's teen-agers. "IF THAT ISN'T social dynamite, I don't know what is," Sar Levitan, direc- tor of George Washington University's Center for Manpower Studies, said. Levitan and other economists say to- day's youth—products of the postwar baby boom—are growing up without developing adequate work experience, creating a generation they say will burden society with higher welfare pay- ments and other social costs for the next 20 years. "One of the most tragic consequences of the 1975 recession and the sever...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1976

• 1 M li* r; !« . > , t- • I9 * i s ' I •; '• ♦ ■ I > • « • I • I' 4 * * , . i A . I' ^ f % • , 1 • . •f itk %* , / i # t t • / ♦ v « < • « • * t % s > • /¥ ♦ • ♦ Thursday, April 8, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 JFK Murder Involves Political Implications By VICKI BRIDGES Daily Reporter Political implications in the assassina- tion of President John F. Kennedy go to the heart of current political problems, Dave Williams of the Assassination In- formation Bureau told an audience of approximately 100 people Tuesday night in the Main Auditorium. Williams' speech, sponsored by the Student Activities Union's (SAU) Forum Committee, included a slide and video presentation of his organization's claim that the assassination was not the result of one man acting alone. WILLIAMS SAID his bureau believes strongly that the assassination could very well be linked in some matter to the Watergate cover-up as well as to a Central Intelligence Agency reorganiza- tion that took place s...

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PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 8, 1970 NFL Begins Draft; Fry Lists Hopefuls By NEIL HORN Dally Reporter The 28 National Football League (NFL) teams begin their annual col- legiate draft today, and head football Coach Hayden Fry believes some NT seniors have a chance to be among the 487 players who will be drafted in the two-day affair. "We've got 17 fellows who have used up their eligibility, and based on what the pro scouts tell us, it looks like Sears Woods will be drafted," Fry said Tues- day. "If he isn't drafted by the NFL, I know the Canadian Football League (CFL) wants him." In addition to the Amarillo running Pokes Lose 91-69 back, Fry said two others have drawn at- tention from the pro scouts. "There is quite a bit of interest in Tex Smith," Fry said. ACCORDING TO FRY, most of the scouts think Smith could play tight end. The Sweetwater native was the starting fullback for the Mean Green during the past season, and played offensive tackle during the previous se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1976

I « • I I «- ■ ✓ 4 The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 103 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1976 ■V i V - / > i Election Pits Smyth, Martinez in Run-off Run-off Candidates Photo by GARY CLIFTON Next year's Student Government Association president and vice-president will be decided Tuesday and Wednesday in a run-off election, From left, Rick Sorrells and Raoul Smyth will be running against Dennis Martinez and Bill Brienza. In order to win, the candidate must receive 50 per cent plus one vote, according to Steve Sale, Rules and Election Board chairman. By BETSY FRIAUF Daily Reporter Dennis Martinez and Bill Brienza will be matched against Raoul Smyth and Rick Sorrells in a run-off election for Student Government Association (SGA) president and vice-president. The run-off will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, according to Rules and Elections Board Chairman Steve Sale. The Martinez-Brienza ticket polled 407 (28 per cent of the total vote), and the Smyth-Sorr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1976

I 1 PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 9, 1976 An Editorial System Can Work, But... The rcccnt wet-dry election offers a positive ex- ample of democratic theory in operation. A principal cause of the violence that erupted on college campuses in the "chaotic '60s" was a profound loss of confidence in the democratic system of our government. Students had dis- covered that the lessons they had been taught in American schools all their lives about freedom of ideas and speech and the ability to bring about change by "working within the system" were sometimes greatly divorced from political reality. Frustrated students sometimes turned to anarchy after their attempts to work within the system became distorted by the actions of revolution-inspired outside agitators and disruption-inspired FBI infiltrators. Somehow, in the confusion, students lost sight of the fact that change results from working within the system, not from working without the system. But time, the great healer, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1976

Friday, April 9. 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 * 1 • .... • # ' I * % i • i •• • •• i f i 41% • T • ♦ 4 0 t ' '* « « • * I « • • • 4 ♦ ♦ T v * • i, ' i Daily Review Quixote Comes to Life Photo by GARY CLIFTON Bruce Hall Recital Steve Huisman, Oxon Hill, Md., senior, left, arid George D'Ascenzo, Fort Worth senior, take part in the Bruce Hall Composer's Recital. The Thursday recital was one of a series of weeklong events marking the 30th anniversary of Bruce Hall. The celebration will continue through Saturday. By JIM POYNER Daily Reporter As the lights went up in the University Theatre for the Wednesday night dress rehearsal of "Man Of La Mancha," it was apparent instantly that something magical was about to happen. Only moments into the play, the audience is wallowing in the Tilth of an Inquisition prison along with cutthroats and murderers. The audience soon casts a skeptical eye on an idealistic poet- actor who calls himself Cervantes. Audiences can view the antics of Cer- v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1976

I PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 9, 1976 Home Buyers Fall On Mortgage Payments WASHINGTON (AP)—A higher proportion of home buyers are behind on their mortgage payments than at any time in nearly a decade, but analysts say there is no immediate danger of a crisis in foreclosures. For one thing, although an increasing number of people are tardy in meeting payment deadlines, the rate of foreclosures is tapering off in the most recent statistics. And savings and loan officials say the deferral of house payments is typical at the end of a recession, when people are buying the cars and other big-ticket items they denied themselves when the economy was in a pinch. BUT THE mortgage payment delin- quency increase has an added significance for unemployed home buyers who still haven't felt personally the impact of the recovery that started statistically last May. Here is what the statistics show. The U.S. League of Savings Associations said l .06 per cent of the home mortgages ou...

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

Friday, April 9, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 * • • • « • ♦ • t " . H • T i i * > ♦ • i i • t « ' L > i . . . '? V U •' V, • * ( I ^t/vt vpnio ****** Conr^'rrti racisr $ /1 National Service Groups ■fHE Will Travel to Conclave Food for Thought Photo by BABS BUESCHER Anniston, Ala., junior Dawn Chapman, center, and Denton sophomore Judy Robertson, right, dis- cuss the Denton World Hunger Committee's dis- play in Wooten Hall while food stamp caseworker Trish Pagan looks on. The display was set up Thursday as part of the committee's observance of the food day sponsored by the Center for Sci- ence in the Public Interest in Washington, D.C. By C INDY SPURGEON Daily Reporter Six members of Angel Flight and Ar- nold Air Society will participate in a National Conclave in Philadelphia, Sun- day through Thursday, Leigh Nance, Angel Flight commander, said Monday. Angel Flight members who will attend the meeting include Miss Nance, Garland senior; Lori League, Wichita Falls senior; ...

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

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 9, 1976 Williams Looks to Future After Bad Breaks in Past Anticipation Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Referee John Kelly and Intramurals All-Stars team member Bob Selaiden, No. 11, watch as Billy Joe Dupree of the Dallas Hoopsters attempts an interception of a basketball. The members of the Dallas Cowboys played the All-Stars Wednesday. By MYLES TAYLOR Daily Reporter For those who don't know Johnny Williams, it's time he is introduced. Wil- liams is head coach of the baseball club. Probably more widely known is Wil- liams' dad, Don Williams, a scout for the Cincinnati Reds. But, the old saying "it runs in the family" can be applied here because Johnny Williams also hap led an exciting life. A LIFETIME Denton resident, at- tended Denton High School, where he played football, basketball and baseball. He made the varsity baseball team in his sophomore year, which was pretty rare at the time, and began to concentrate on football and baseball. In his s...

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