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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1976

I Tuesday, September 28, 1976 Intramural Heyday THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Swim Records Tumble Six meet records Tell and another nearly went Wednesday in the men's and women's intramural swim meet. Five of the new marks were es- tablished in the women's division, with new standards set in the 400-foot medley relay, 400-foot freestyle relay, 200-foot freestyle, 100-foot backstroke and 100- foot freestyle. The men's 200-foot freestyle record also fell. THE REC CLUB members set all of the records and won nine of the 16 events. Terry Latham, Denton junior, set two of the marks. Her 0:17.4 in the 100-foot freestyle beat Ginny Brown's time of 0:18.7, set in 1972 and she lopped 0:04.7 off Ginny Kane's 1975 mark with her 0:40.0 finish in the 200-foot freestyle. The second and third place finishers in the 200 freestyle, Monica Benoit, Dallas freshman, and Valerie Dowd, Farmers Branch freshman, also topped Miss Kane's time. MRS. LATHAM just missed a third record with her time of 0:24.0 in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 28, 1976 SMU Defeats NT; Fry Looks Toward OSU By NANCY DEEN Sports Editor Hayden Fry, athletic director and head football coach, said Monday he is worried about his players as they try to bounce back from their embarrassing 38-31 defeat by SMU and prepare to face the over bearing power house of Oklahoma State University (OSU). "Somebody is going to have to do some deep praying for us this week," Fry said as he reviewed the list of key in- jured players and talked about his disap- pointment with the performance of the NT defense in the SMU game. The two positions the Mean Green is having the most trouble keeping filled are running back and nose guard. Running back Michael Jones will be out for two or three weeks with a knee injury he suffered during the SMU game. Running back Kevin Adkisson is out indefinitely with a leg injury he suf- fered in the UT-Arlington game. A third running back, senior Mack Cumby, was out for the SMU game wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 17 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1976 t f Newsman Warns Against Television Selling Candidates By BARBARA WILLIAMS, Daily Reporter Television newscaster Bob Ray Sanders told members of the Denton League of Women Voters Tuesday night the three major television networks are all biased in their political election coverage. "1 feel that the networks are very biased during this time and they are all biased for Carter," he said. The reporter for KERA-TV, Channel 13, told the gathering that television has a direct in- fluence on the way the general public votes in elec- tions. He said most viewers subconsciously categorize the candidates into three types: the good, the bad and the ugly. He said a viewer sees a candidate as being good if his ideas and the candidate's are the same. The bad, he said, is the candidate the viewer thinks is not tell- ing the truth, and the ugly is the candidate who does not look good facia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 29, 1976 An Editorial Threats Alarm Police Once upon a time, a young boy, playing alone in the woods, cried out "Wolf!" to attract the concern and attention of his nearby friends. They all rushed to his side to insure his safety, only to find their friend had shouted a false alarm to benefit his own amusement. Most people remember what happened after the young boy pulled this stunt for the third or fourth time. His friends failed to believe his wolf cry and in his time of real need, they ignored him com- pletely. Three university bomb threats Monday, in the Business Building, Journalism Building and the University Union, all turned out to be nothing more than false alarms, and yet in each instance, University Police responded to the calls, evacuated the buildings and made thorough searches of the premises. They are to be com- mended for not doubting the veracity of the threats. Bomb threats seem to be becoming the latest college cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1976

► f Wednesday, September 29, 1976 r THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Music School, SAU Make Concert Free Admission to tonight's concert featuring the Wright Bros. Overland Stage Co. and the University Symphony will be free for all students with NT ID's, Wayne Brunette, advisor for the Student Activities Union (SAU), said Tuesday. The concert will be presented in the Coliseum at 8 p.m The concert is being spon- sored by the SAU and the School of Music. "Because less than 50 tickets for the concert were sold on campus, we (members of the SAU and orchestra) decided to open the concert to students at no charge so we'd have a good audience," Burnette said. Burnette said students who have already bought tickets can come by the SAU office for re- funds. Admission for the general public will remain $4, Burnette said. The orchestra, under the direc- tion of Dr. Anshel Brusilow, will open the program with 45 minutes of popular music. The Wright Bros., who project what has been called an old but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1976

.............. .... .... ........ tl:.r PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY [j?WK' }A: V. 't- ^ ^ ip™rx? w-Tr-T" ■ Debate Ends in Draw Viewers Criticize Ford, Carter Laboring on the Lock Photo by BARRON LUDLIIM Wayne Allen adjusts the lever locks in a door on the second floor of the Administration Building as part of the finishing touches to construction which started this summer. The repartitioning of work space on the second floor of the three-story building is scheduled to be completed by the end of this month. The cost for the remodeling is es- timated to reach $190,000. NT Shows 24 Per Cent Hike In Foreign Student Enrollment The number of international students enrolled at NT jumped by 24 per cent this fall. H.D. King, assistant dean of students in charge of intercultural services, said there were 565 international students representing 52 countries at NT last spring. This fall, the total has risen to 704 international students representing 56 countries. "The university takes pride ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1976

Wednesday, September 29, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 i ¥ i'A &3 ■$ m m «*♦ Cross-Country Tourney NT Finishes Last The cross-country team began its season on a bad note Friday placing last out of five teams at the Baylor In- vitational. SMU was the winner fol- lowed by Baylor, UT-Arlington, Pan American University and NT. Ron Hess, Muenster senior, lead all NT runners by placing 10th o"erall with a time of 20:18 for the four-mile course. Hess is running his last year for NT after sitting out a year. Placing second for NT and 16th overall was Kick French, Richardson senior, who ran a time of 20:32. This was Sports Briefs Ruggers Win Two In Ft. Sill Tourney Covering Third Photo by CINDY SPURQEON Anna Marie Milligan, third baseman for the women's softball team, completes the first half of a double play while Paula Ward, short stop, backs her up during NT's 7-6 win over Texas Weslyan College in the TWU tourney last weekend. The softball team lost to Texas A&M, 22-0; Baylo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1976

- T '.,TW~ PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 29, 1976 " DON'T BUY JEANS ON KITH, t 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'R denims. The first 14-ounce 100% natural cotton denim with the built-in edge: the amazing Sanfor-Set* process. 'So what? So this... "SEDGEFIELD JEANS NEVER NEED IRONING. The jeans 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. Brand new we're much, much softer than old-fashioned leans without Sanfor-Set. And we keep getting softer so fast your old-fashioned jeans might even wear out before they can catch up. "SEDGEFIELD JEANS DON'T COST A BUNDLE. 'Our bigge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1976

J f * Search Committee Renews Interviews FoHEchrcation Dean By NANCY COCHRAN, Staff Writer The committee looking for a Dean of the College of Education is cranking up again to begin its second search. The man selected for the position,after coming to the campus for two interviews,declined to accept the offer. His refusal set the search process back an entire year. Dr. Jack Cross, chairman of the search and screening committee, said. The group will meet Tuesday to look at the credentials of about a dozen people. They hope to choose another dean by January, Dr. Cross, said, but he would not be able to take over the position until next fall. IN THE meantime, the largest college on the NT Campus is without a permanent dean. The college has 3,500 majors and in- cludes the department of education and the department of health, physical education and recreation (HPER). Dr. John Douthitt, on a year's leave from his chairmanship of the HPER department, is acting dean. Former dean Dr. John Hor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1976

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 30, 1976 An Editorial Plan Deserves Nod After three years of study and consideration, the Curriculum Committee recently passed a set of proposed requirements for a bachelor of arts degree (B.A.). If approved by the Faculty Senate at its Oct. 13 meeting and by President C. C. Nolen, the core will be included in the 1977-78 catalog and affect thousands of students seeking a B.A. in the com- ing years. Although each student has the option of completing his degree under the program listed in his freshman catalog, future students will be great- ly affected by this change. Changes in the degree requirements are greatly needed. Degrees must be modified to fit the changing times, and college graduates with a B.A. should have a broad basis of knowledge and ex- posure to many disciplines of study. However, the proposed core represents a drastic change in the number of required courses. Stu- dents seeking a B.A. would be required to take 15 ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1976

Thursday. September 30, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 Daily Reviews Writers Applaud The Tempest' Nice To Meet You Pholo by TERRY WOOTF.N Cherie Higgs, left, Vernessa Jones, Rinada Knoles and Jennifer Lofton, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority pledges, receive congratula- tions during formal sorority bid acceptance from Santa Conway, right, and Karl Brinkman. Bid acceptance was Tuesday night. By JEAN TUITE, Critical Writer "We are such stuff as dreams are made of." Prospero speaks these lines in Shake- speare's play of fantasy, "The Tempest." Prospero masters magic to overcome the enemies who seek his throne. Forney senior Timothy Sline, the spirit Ariel; and Sherman sophomore Ross Brady, the slave Caliban; steal the show. Not only does Sline fly across the stage at various points on a wire, but he presents a consistently strong character. His per- sonality generates the excitement of his character throughout the show. Brady does a good job at being a show-off and adds some life to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1976

. . !,V. .. ■■■'■ V. . .V 'V . f-JF7 ... L-L - - r •'Mi -sr.. f-ru. • ■ PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY * ^ v- " "' ■ HIpwi V . Thursday, September 30, 1976 NOW Reaffirms Goals Mayor Addresses Area I Conference By CAROL STEWART Daily Reporter Denton Mayor Elinor Hughes addres- sed the First Area I Conference of the National Organization of Women (NOW) in the Denton Community Building recently. The mayor and several feminist leaders spoke and conducted workshops designed to improve communication among NOW groups. "I look forward to the day when hav- ing a woman mayor is not an oddity in the Dallas and Fort Worth papers as it was in my case," Mayor Elinor Hughes told the conference. NOW IS the largest women's organization in the country. With over 62,000 members, the purpose of NOW is "to take action to achieve a nonsexist society in which all individuals can live with dignity, security and pleasure," the conference program said. Some of its goals are: • ratification of the Equal Right...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1976

Thursday, September 30, 1976 K ' f ► r f + Show Electrifies Students By TERRY MARLOW Daily Reporter "Energy Today and Tomorrow," a live presentation created to increase energy awareness mainly among high school students, is touring East Texas. Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) and NTSU are sponsoring the program. The 40-minute assembly presentation covers what energy is and the fuels used and presents methods of generation along with possible methods for the future. The environmental, social and economic problems associated with energy are discussed and suggestions are made concerning conservation. Club Roundup E. Steve Montgomery, a NT graduate, is the energy education specialist that trained for eight weeks at ORAU in Tennessee to do the "Mr. Wizard" type presentation. MONTGOMERY IS provided with a van that carries $25,000 worth of elaborate instructional devices used in the entertaining and instructional presentation. The devices include an electric motorcycle, a miniature...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 30, 1976 Team Tries for Ranking Kickers Seek Win By M..RK G. BURROWS Daily Reporter North Texas soccer will be in the spotlight for a possible national rating this weekend when the team plays West Texas State University (WTSU) and Quincy College of Illinois Sunday. Goalkeeper Ruben Garza, Monter- rey, Mexico, junior, said Wednesday, "West Texas is not all that good but we are confident that we can defeat them." The big game for the "Little Green Team from Texas," Garza said, is Quincy College of Illinois. Quincy in the last three years has won the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Former Eagle Star Retires From NFL By TIM LOFTIN Special Writer Carl (Spider) Lockhart, a former NT football star, announced his retirement from the New York Giants this year after II years in the National Football League (NFL). "I had started every game since my rookie year until last year," Lockhart said. "1 was injured for a few games an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 19 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1976 u [\ SGA Debates Cutting President's Salary By VINCE HEPTIG Daily Reporter In their first meeting of the semester the Student Government Association (SGA) established eight committees, elected one chairman, allocated $300 to the NTSU Food Co-op and debated at length over salary proposals. Assemblyman Stephen Fogg recom- mended the president's salary be cut from a proposed $210 a month to $150, and the vice-president's salary be cut from $100 to $50. FOGG SAID, "When 35 to 40 per cent of our entire budget is being used to pay personnel I think it's a gross misuse of funds. This money could be far better utilized for the students. Our aim should be to get people to do a good job for no pay." After lengthy debate the assembly set the president's salary of $210 a month ($2,520 yearly), the vice-president's at $100 a month ($1,200 yearly) and two secretaries' salaries totaling $360 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1976

"... PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY American lifestyles and customs often have a somewhat unusual means of development. To citizens of Canton, bartering, swapping and trading are as much a part of their "great American lifestyle" as Monday night football, fried chicken at picnics and fireworks on the Fourth of July, The normally peaceful community of about 2,400 residents usually has the typical slow-moving, easy- going atmosphere attributed to most small, East Texas towns. It's the type of community where everyone knows everyone else and Cousin Albert and Uncle Amon's sister are your mother's dearest friends. But for four days of each month, the community becomes the center for one true Texas-sized Ilea market, all 80 acres worth, and the entire area bustles with wheelin' dealers and eager buyers ready to either "make an qasy dollar off that ol' piece of junk" or "trick the old codger out of the priceless antique for mere pennies." Each knows exactly what he's looking for and knows...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1976

rrinr"Tfi'"i rmr * r if >-i ▼ i 1 Friday, October 1, 1976 NT Squad To Debate In Tourney By KATHY ANDERSON Daily Reporter After receiving awards from the first competition of the year at Western Il- linois, the NTSU debate squad will travel to Oklahoma City today to com- pete in their second tournament. Debate Coach Don Brownlee said Tuesday that the upcoming debate will be held today and Saturday at Oklahoma Christian College. He said there would be from 30 to 40 colleges and universities from all over the Southwest and Midwest taking part. Debaters participating in the contest, all freshmen, arc Cindy Ogle of Arlington, Charles Pyke of Dallas, Chris Ortego of Houston, Randy Smith of San Antonio and Francene Foster and Virgil Vahlenkamp, both of Denton. The debate topic for this year is "Resolved: That the federal government should significantly strengthen the guarantee of consumer product safety required of manufacturers." THE TEAM of McKee Smith, Edin- burg freshman, and Christ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1976

■ . ./■ .,;■> i\ • . • ,$$>'. PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 1V." Friday, October 1, 1976 Teacher Application Deadline Arrives By DEBBIE WHITING Daily Reporter Students who plan to student teach next semester must turn in applications to the Office of Student Services, Room 164 of the Education Building, by 5 p.m. today. Psychiatrists Offer Free Counseling The Student Health Center is offering students an alternative to high-cost professional psychiatric counseling. Two professional psychiatrists, Dr. Pedro Perez and Dr. Robert Brock, are available at no charge to students by ap- pointment, Dr. Mary Smith, director of the Health Center, said. Dr. Brock, who is chief resident at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, may be seen Tuesdays from 4:30 to ti;30 p.m. Dr. Perez, who did his residency at Parkland Hospital and is now working on a fellowship in child psychiatry, holds appointments from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays. The two psychiatrists may spend up to an hour per session with each s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1976

mi Friday, October 1, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 ill 4 V* f 4 Q * l c SAU Sponsors Ski Trips Travel Committee To Schedule Bus, Jet By SHARON HURST " Daily Reporter The Student Activities Union (SAU) Recreation and Travel Committee is sponsoring ski trips to Denver and Steamboat Springs, Colo., Jan Overbeck, Irving senior and chairwoman of the recreation and travel committee, said Thursday. The ski trip to Denver includes roundtrip transportation by Braniff 747 Jumbo Jet from DFW Airport. The plane departs Sunday, Jan. 2, and returns Sunday, Jan. 9. The bus to Steamboat Spring departs Saturday, Jan. I, and returns Saturday, Jan. 8. "There are 40 seats available on the jet for the Jan. 2 trip," she said. "This is our limit for the trip and because of the GOP Brass Enjoys Ford, Carter Visits OKLAHOMA CITY (API- Oklahoma Republican leaders said Thursday they are excited about visits to the state next week by President and Mrs. Ford, and they would be just as happy with another ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1976

w w PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 1, 1976 Mean Green Hurts Ailing Eagles Face OSU Saturday Daily Staff Predictions Results of last week's Daily Staff predictions White (5-5), David Matustik (6-4), Paul Rain- were 48-52: Terry Pair (5-5), Robin Horton (5-5), water (4-6), Dave Board (5-5), Ralph Winingham Nancy Deen (5-5), Nancy Cochran (4-6), Scott (5-5), and Randy E. Pruett (4-6). By NANCY DEEN Sports Editor The Mean Green football team goes into its fifth game this week with an un- impressive record (1-3), an ailing squad (several key players are out) and a coach worried about facing the awesome powerhouse of Oklahoma State Univer- sity, (OSU). Kickoff time for the game at Still- water, Okia., is 1:30 p.m. "We're in the worst physical condi- tion of key personnel that I have ever seen," Hayden Fry, athletic director and head football coach, said earlier this week. "We're really hurting because there are so many players banged up who cannot practice during the week. ...

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