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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 June 1970

Weekly Summer Edition The North Texas Daily 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JUNE 18, 1970 NO. 84 ( i 1 V £ I I ] '■ I ir t Dickens, Adams Give Resignations; Office for Women's Affairs Dissolved j 1 / / V Vjt./ d \ DICKENS ADAMS News Capsules Student Status Decided By Cumulative Averages A new policy has been adopted for next fall which will use a student's cumulative grade-point average to determine his academic status instead of the present system of semester-by-semester quota requirements for both grade points and semester hours. "The general philosophy has been changed," reported Dr. James J. Spurlock, vice-president for academic affairs. "The new policy will base a student's academic standing on his cumulative grade-point average for all college-level work attempted at North Texas," Dr. Spurlock said. Previously, academic status has been determined by an assigned quota in terms of semester hours passed and grade points earned based on a single sem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 June 1970

• • , • V.,1 ... wpt PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. June 18,1970 63rd it* North Texas Daily Married Directors Find Good, Bad In Family-Style Dormitory Living North T«xm Stat* UnlwreKy Puton.Tm— ALL AMERICAN PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER OWEN CARTER Editor BILL BRYANT Business Manager Editorial statements of the North Texas Daily and reedors' letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Housing Office Blamed Closing McConnell Needless Problem Once again the Student Housing Office has shown itself to be a model of efficiency and fairness. It has, in the past, done such things as giving some girls one week in which to get $170 to pay as deposit for their rooms for the past school year, and forcing girls whose roommates moved out to find another roommate or pay more as though they had originally asked to have a private room which costs between $140 and $165 more. When the residen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 June 1970

I t I ■n ' .Jl PAGES—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Denfon Actors Present 'Mary, Mary The Denton Community Theater is pre- senting "Mary, Mary" at the I'irehouse Theater through Saturday. The comedy, based on the problems of a divorce, will be presented nightly at 8 p.m. Representing North Texas are several students and faculty members. William Snare Jr. of the speech and drama faculty designed the set for the show, while Carl Kremer, a freshman drama major from Denton, is the stage manager. Other North Texas participants include Dr. PatWind- ham of the physics faculty, working on scl building and lighting, and Dr. Roland Vela of the biology faculty, on the house com- mittee. Prices are $1.50 per student with p.roup discounts available. Tickets may be re- served by calling 387-5334 from 1-5 p.m. weekdays or 382-9109 from 7:30-9:30 at night. Dealing lightly with marital problems, the Jean Kerr play is based on the meeting of two women who are interested in the same man. One, the wife who is i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 June 1970

{■$ ' "" PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT Adds 11th Game; Eagles To Play BYU By ALAN TAl.IAFF.RRO Daily Reporter Football Coach Rod Rust anticipates a lough opening game when the Eagles play Brigham Young University at Frovo, Utah, next Sept. 12. The game was scheduled by North Texas under the new ruliii)>, by the National Col- legiate Athletics Association allowing schools to have 11 regular season games instead of 10. SS "1 know very little ,about them right now," Rust said. "Next month 1 hope to know a lot more. We'll be exchanging some films with them a little later on." I"hc coach said that BYI1 has a fine ath- letic program and that the school has grown continually in the p.ist 11 s u s I he Eagles have defeated the C iHiivrs two previous games. T he la 11iin■ i*te two teams met was nine years ago in Dent-n The Eagles have also scheduled another game with BYU to be played at the new Texas Stadium facility in Irving on Sept. II, 1971. Rust is looking forward to playing in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 June 1970

Lv> j li t ~ The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition 63RO YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1970 NO 85 i 1 1 ' I I Delays To Alter Opening of New Library Facilities Because of delays of various kinds, the first phase of the multimillion-dollar-library facility will not be completed until late fall. According to Dr. David Webb, director of libraries, the building will not be ready for use by Sept. I as was scheduled. "Our main problem is a delay in getting furniture," Dr. Webb explained. "The building structure itself is fairly complete, and the carpets are presently being laid, but there is enough vagueness concerning the arrival of the furniture that keeps the acutal opening date uncertain." Transportation of books stacks, with the assistance of commercial movers experi- enced in moving libraries, is expected to begin in July. The amount of book space to be utilized has been determined in considerable detail. Where each group of books will g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 June 1970

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Ifeiifea ',S Thursday, June 26,1970 ducation: Seeking Better Innovative; Instruction Tried Out In Ethnically Mixed Classrooms BY BEN POSTON Daily Reporter Teachcrs sometimes cannot ask a Navajo child his name because names have a certain magical significance and are not often revealed to strangers. Thus, a child might give the teacher another name not his real name. This aspect of teaching was discussed recently by Dr. Charles B. Martin of the English faculty. Dr. Martin was quoting Dr. Muriel Saville of Texas A&M who spoke at a March linguistics conference in Albuquerque, N.M. Saville is writing some materials for the Bureau of Indian Affairs to be used in Navajo classrooms in the Southwest. These classes will be taught both in Navajo and in Geronimo These children attended Marioano Lake Boarding School on the Navajo reservation in New Mexico. Dr. Ida May Heard of the education faculty worked with the Navajo children in a mathematics research projec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 June 1970

f i > • ♦ I I" 7 • i PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Park Director Offers Jobs For Summer Students have many summer activities available to them and the possibility of summer jobs, says Leonard Ehrler, director of the park and recreation department for the City of Denton. The Community Orchestra and Com- munity Teen Theatre under the department are in need of directors, said Ehrler, and these positions can be filled by any inter- ested, upperclass speech and drama or music major. Students wishing to apply lor these positions may contact him at the Community Building. The Park and Recreation Department also offers many summer activities of in- terest to college students. A softball pro- gram offers competitive sport for children and adults, said Ehrler. The teams meet five nights a week at Denia Park, west diamond, at Massey and Bernard streets. Free tennis lessons are offered on Tues- days and Thursdays from 8:30 to 11 a.m. on the North Texas courts. Registration for a second sessio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 June 1970

w ! Thursday, June 26.1970 West Texas State Enters MVC West Texas State University was offi- cially accepted into the Missouri Valley Conference Saturday under an expansion program in which three more schools are to be added. The Canyon school had been seeking admittance to the conference since recently improving its sports facilities. The MVC also has been seeking schools which would upgrade its football program. North Texas Athletic Director Rod Rust was enthusiastic about the entry of WTSU. "I feel it will be great." he said. Joe Kerbel, WTSU athletic director, said, "The past record of the MVC has been illustrious, but the expansion plan and the enthusiasm for continued progress by the entire membership makes the future of the Missouri Valley one of the more exciting ventures of the I970's." Cincinnati, a strong contender in the MVC, will leave the conference aftef this season. The Ohio school decided to become an independent. The Eagles may not be meeting the Buffaloes for at l...

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

f > i. • I- (i j j -ill 1 O'Clock Lab Band Enchants Europe Bravo!! A jubilant crowd appluads the band enthusiastically at the International Jazz Festival in Montreaux, Switzerland. The band played encore after encore until they were forced to close down at 3:45 a.m. due to exhaustion. BY VICTOR MARSHALL Daily Reporter The 1 O'Clock Lab Band and its director, Leon Breeden, arrived home Sunday from a two-week tour of Europe which Breeden said was "extremely successful." The band appeared as the official "big band" at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Breeden said the festival was "fantastic" although the band did not get to start playing until 2 a.m. on the last night of the festival. The band played until 3:45 that morn- ing and the audience was still screaming for more after the third encore. The festival di- rector told Breeden it was time to quit. Breeden said, "Our boys know enough music to play all night, but they are getting a bit tired." Henry Pleasants, a music cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 July 1970

fUBWI ■EHpwiV;v .v'■;' FACE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■«g ,PR 'IifWElraE P' IgMEsS ' J r* I Thursday, July 2,1970 The North Texas Daily I3r4 North Tmm Stmt* Unhwiitv Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER OWEN CARTER Editor BILL BRYANT Business Manager ix Teachers Get Grants Start Research Projects v A ■IbK Editorial atatamants of tha North Taxas Daily and readars' lattara raflact tha opinion of tha individual writar and not nacaaaarily that of tha Daily. it adviaar or tha North Taxaa State Univaraity Administration. C.O. Deferments Some Students Try For Easy Way Out Mandatory military service has become an issue of increasing controversy and resentment to college males—especially with the advent of the war in Indochina. The controversy assumes many forms, but the most familiar manifestation is the "Hell no, we won't go" attitude taken by many draft-age students. That reluctance to serve becomes evident when one views the harried antics pursued by draft dodgers on a scale ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 July 1970

;} „ * I i > If.1 r ( i—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Convict Play To Start Run Next Week "My Three Angels," a play that has been made into a movie and has been a vehicle in the rise of such actors as Walter Slezak, Darren McGavin and Eric Fleming, will be presented by the Summer Theater Tuesday through July 9. The Sam and Bella Spewack comedy is the story of a romance between two young lovers which takes a strange twist after being assisted by three convicts. The convicts help to untangle an assort- ment of problems during their stay in the Devil's Island shopkeeper's home. The convicts make their entrance and exit from the stage by means of a ladder from above. Cast as the lovers are Katherine Schmidt, Dalhart sophomore, as Marie Louise Ducotel, and John Coffman, Dallas sopho- more, as Paul. The three convicts (or angels, as the case may be) who get involved in the love affair between the shopkeeper's daughter and a Frenchman arc Joseph, Jules and Alfred. Slated for these roles are Har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 July 1970

ipffefl ™rc8H8B!' PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ ■' • m Stormy Weather Plagues Golfers After battling to sixth place in the NCAA tournament following the second round, the NT golf team found itself victims of bad weather and unsteady scores to end up tied for 14th place in the tournament. There were 38 teams competing in the tournament. Schools were invited according to how they fared in their respective con- ferences over the regular season. The NT golf team got its invitation by virtue of winning the Missouri Valley Conference. "The field was very evenly balanced," Coach Herb Ferrill said. "1 have never seen a time when the teams were more evenly matched." After shooting a bad first round, the NT golfers found themselves in 30th place. But, the Eagles managed a team score of 288 in the second round, which left them in sixth place at that point. At the end of the second round on Thursday, the field was cut in half for the two remaining rounds, and Coach Ferrill's players had high h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 July 1970

The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 9. 1970 NO 87 ( * I I! . SYCAMORE < McCM 1 JSJJLJ HO SP CHE S TNUT 1 r~ ' CH /vjKITQ* r hSr^j(J czd 1 PRAIHIl J M GYM 1 Quads I I highl a no Q UJ > Ft MAPI P ML, il f. KRY AMOR r r 1 Ba : .HtS!NOT A u R r. i R ( n ,r- _ * ifLw. j[ £H CHH JE-TL New Traffic Flow MAP,. f Traffic in and around the campus area will change direc- denote new traffic directions, and the long light arrows tions in the fall. On the map above, the heavy arrows denote old traffic direction. News Capsules Library Books Come Due Before End of Term Library Block Day for the first summer session is July 15. All books checked out from the Library must be either returned or renewed between July 10 and 14 to avoid a record block with the Registrar's Office. Students failing to comply will not receive their grades or transcripts. Students who have not returned renewed their books will be separated into...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 July 1970

PAQE 2—THE MONTH TEXAS DAILY Ww,McIsb.Swl' ' Thursday. July 9.1970 Worms Break Monotony The North Texas Daily North Tnu Stat* Untvartitv Dan ton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER OWEN CARTER Editor BILL BRYANT Business Manager Post Office Handles Routine (?) Mail Editorial statements of the North Texas Doily 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. Room and Board Inflation Strikes University Prices The national economy is being seriously affected by inflation. Prices for most commodities, including food, living quarters and services, are rapidly spiraling upward. President Nixon has instituted a series of measures design- ed to control inflation, but so far they do not seem to be very effective. The situation can be felt here at North Texas. The cost of living in the dorm continues to rise every year—almost every semester. The cost of living in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 July 1970

' 'KIT'"™ ™ m Thursday. July 9.1970 ■sv'V;'" i ,. V PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXA9 DAILY Crader Joins Facult As Resident Soprano * i > « ■ * Jcanninc Crader, a singer with New York City and San Francisco opera companies, will join the School of Music faculty in August as resident soprano. The last resident soprano with the School of Music, Margaret Kalil, left to join the Metropolitan Opera in 1964. North Texas has been without a resident soprano since then. Miss Crader won praise for her New York creation of Florinda in "Don Rodrigo" when the Ginastera opera was given its United States premiere at the inaugural performance in the New York State Theatre at Lincoln Center Feb. 22, 1966. The New York Herald Tribune wrote that her portrayal of Florinda, "stands as one of the great creations in operatic history." The new resident soprano, a native of Jackson, Mo., made her operatic debut in San Francisco after winning local opera auditions. The San Francisco Opera award- ed her a contract an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 July 1970

mm- 1T-- Thursday, July 1,1970 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Daniels To Meet Moore No Moore Cavities Heavyweight fighter Sonny Moore (left) momentarily drops his guard after being stunned by a powerful right cross from Terry Daniels. Daniels won the June 8 fight in a controversial split decision. The two fighters are scheduled to meet again in Dallas Memorial Auditorium July 13. Daniels is a North Texas State senior pre-law major with a fight record of 16-1. By ROBERT CAMPBOL Daly Reporter Terry Daniels is quiet but determined when he discusses his professional boxing future. "I plan to be heavyweight champion of the world within two years," he says. Daniels, a senior pre-law major, meets veteran Sonny Moore in a 10-round rematch in Dallas Memorial Auditorium July 13. Daniels, 24, won the first match with Moore in a controversial split decision and realizes he needs to make a much stronger showing this time to get matches with better known heavyweights. "I plan to show more skill and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 July 1970

The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 16, 1970 NO 88 1 • • j * J Search Begins for 10th President In NTSU's 80-Year Existence I iEiii Don't Trample The Weeds A plaintive sign makes a silent appeal to students. Abstract though it appears, the little sign is only requesting students to go around rather than through a vacant lot on Fry St. It has little effect, however, as a worn path crosses the area _photo by Dgn Wgtson A committee of regents, faculty and stu- dent and alumni leaders met July 9 to offi- cially begin the search for North Texas State University's tenth president in its 80 year history. John J. Kamerick, president since Sept. 1968, resigned May 26, creating the need for the second such search in three years. Dr. Kamerick is leaving NTSU to return to his home state as president of the Univer- sity of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. THK SEARCH for Dr. Kamerick's suc- cessor will be directed by A. M. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 July 1970

gHLv 03rd ... Bpiill Thursday, July 16,1970 5^vy ^ >, :■ A( ■ v. ■ iih >i«.; "■ . , ' -.; . PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily North Ttxn Stats University Oanton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Dialogue: Jack Wheeler OWEN CARTER Editor BILL BRYANT Business Manager Editorial statamants of tha 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 Texes State University Administration. Slow Down People Need Rest To Let Pressure Off "Slow down, you move too last." In a world stewing with tension, speed (both kinds) and pressure, these words splash against the conscious mind with an effect not unlike that of a sudden cool breeze on a still summer afternoon. There are too many people on this earth. And, barring mass sterilization or a world catastrophe to survive, we've got to learn to get along better than we've been doing. We 1: ive to give the other lellow a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 July 1970

# 1 r 8 • ♦ i • • K ■> ; • « • * ■ 9 • 1 • • ♦ ♦ « ♦ ! f I. • • I PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY fius/i Closes, r 'Outlived Its Usefulness' The Burning Bush, once located at 1224 W. Hickory, has closed down. Dale Branum, campus minister, explained that the Bush was closed because it has "out- lived its usefulness." He feels that the campus is now more open and is able to fulfill the needs of the students. The Burning Bush first began eight years ago in an old blue house at 1517 W. Hickory. It was formed by students so they could have a place to go to talk informally about important issues, Branum said. Before long, they were having folk singers, jazz musicians and art shows there too. It had then become a place for students and faculty to display their expressions of the arts. In the fall of 1967, the Burning Bush moved to 1224 W. Hickory. The weeks and weekends were soon filled with activities for both students and faculty. The Faculty Forum met at the Bush for lunch and discussed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 July 1970

■,Jv'.V'V "'1 f PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Former Eagle Gridders Enter Professional Ranks Hard man Shanklin Moor* Lockhart Greene Parkins With the temperature rising above the ItiO-degree mark these July afternoons, it's hard to think about football. There are, however, several around the campus who are very much involved with the sport. Many former Eagle footballers will soon leave the Denton area to try their fortunes at professional football. Daniels-Moore Steve Ramsey, quarterback of the Mean Green for the past three years and holder of several national cortege records, was drafted by the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. Ramsey was selected on the 1969-70 Associated Press All-Missouri Valley Conference team. Other Eagles headed for the pros are Cedric Hardman who will be going to the San Francisco 49ers and Ronnie Shanklin, Fighters' Second Match Ends In Surprise Ten-Round Draw BY ROBERT CAMPBELL Daily Reporter Terry Daniels and Sonny Moore were awarded a dr...

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