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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 July 1970

• I • • ft * ♦ 1 9 • ■ ' ♦ • ; • ♦ • « • ,i. The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1970 NO. 89 ^iniiiinni iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'i'iiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili lllllllllllliBI Cuban Refugee Enjoys Freedom In U.S. BY JOYCE STONER Daily Reporter Life for Carlos Rosello was never the same after the Christmas Eve of 1962. It was the day he was discharged from prison. Rosello, now a 41-year-old sophomore at North Texas, spent two years in a Cuban prison for his efforts to overthrow Fidel Castro in the Bay of Pigs invasion. Since his release he has established a new life in the United States. THE CUBAN native had a lucrative oil business before the invasion. Operating from Cuba, he enlarged his father's oil distribution ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 July 1970

PAQE2—TMI NORTH TIXAS DAILY •W.. The North Texas Daily (M ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER ■vmis OWEN CARTER Editor BILL BRYANT Business Manager Editorial ctaMmwits of the North Texas Dally and reeders' letters rafloct tha opinion of the Individual writer and not nocoaaarNy that of tha Daily, it* advisor or tha North Taxaa Stats Unlvarahy Administration. Restriping Needed On School Streets The City of Denton and North Texas State University have, in the past, cooperated on many projects of importance to the students of the univer- sity. One project the city has not undertaken, however, is the restriping of city streets around the university. Many of these streets have no paint on them whatsoever. The city did recently restripe Avenue C, but they have ignored many streets needing restriping badly. The most dangerous example is Avenue A, from Hickory to Chestnut. This is the segment of Avenue A which is one way. At the Avenue A- Chestnut intersection three lanes of traffic are sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 July 1970

Thfrtday. July 23.1970 PAGE 3—THI NORTH TlXAt DAILY A f • > . I ) I ♦ ' • V students To Study Ecology Desert Trip Begins Friday BY BARBARA SPENCER Daily Reporter Dr. Earl G. Zimmerman of the biology faculty is conducting a new graduate course which will study desert ecology this summer in Arizona. The class will take a two-week field trip beginning Friday to the Sonoran Desert near Tuscon in Southern Arizona. The class will cover the area from the desert to the pine area in the Chirichuan Mountains southeast of the desert. The students will study the vegetation, mammals, reptiles and insects of the area to determine the ecological factors which might influence the distribution of life there. They will be particularly studying the changes in vegetation and animal life between the desert and mountains. The desert is generally thought of as a desolate area, but according to Dr. Zimmerman, "The desert is unique in the species of life found there. It is quite rich ecologically and pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 July 1970

FAQK4—THS NORTH TIXAS DAILY True Grit Will Kelly, a member of the weight training class this summer, grimaces as he strengthens his back muscles with a military press. The exercise is also used by athletes to build up the deltoids, the thick, triangular muscles covering the shoulder joints. Lets Play Miniature Golf FREE at TEE-OFF Putting Course North Texas Finest Course * King-size carpeted greens •Scenic setting in the trees. •Split-level holes. Special Party Rates 387-4408 TEE-OFF Putting Course Ft. Worth Drive ATTENTION! ART CLASSES — WEAVING CLASSES TALIAFERRO SEWING SHOP has Burlap and Rug Materials, Rug Needles, Cotton and Wool Yarn Weaving Classes — A large assortment of carpet warp, cotton, wool, nylon and orlon yarns. Rug frames, wallings and pictures. Burlap and 10 types of yarn. Expert Advice Available Nor+h Side Square 387-1915 a 3 -J O °o§ (£>' w "A rip-snorting he-man war -adventure movie to stand as a model hereafter. ABC Ptcluret Corp in cssocislion ^ with Paloma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 July 1970

I • t"" w'"';-'; •'•v ." ' 3 s I •, y • ,* / ( • I ♦ 1 « J i n * i H f . , I * I 1 ■ I The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 30,1970 NO. 90 v,V Check Policy Changes; Dismissal New Penalty Beginning with the fall semester, any student having three hot checks returned by the university within one school year will be subject to dismissal. The announcement was made by John H. Hargrove, business manager. Under the new policy, the delinquent stu- dent could be considered for readmittance by redeeming the checks and paying a penalty. Upon a second dismissal for the same offense, however, the student would Jobs Scarce not be eligible to be reinstated, regardless of the time interval between offenses. The university regards a returned check as one on which the student does not ppy the amount due plus all services charges within a 10-day notice. A $2 SERVICE charge will be collected for every returned check and a $10 c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 July 1970

■**.:** iriiiHillr — " ~t . . > .• •' «rtir • ' •■,' ■i Thursday, July 3 vttroi) PAGE 2—THt NORTH TEXA8 DAILY : wr*aumt m : ■ ■ ' ' 'A ®.t ■ ,v . . ; .( iix&wh mmWmfftiei fcUVflw;. -W., ; n&Errmz: JW- OEIEUTRTIOW 1 ttiJBm*- . •• •••!, ■£*«£ £ a2 : . ; ■ „ M_ I >'. " ■• rs: . . i s^awcw* * as: rM jp kS'IsS 2 > 'M J • V * Sore Fee/, Confusion Mark Frosh Orientation Ouch. My feet hurt. How do I know what to take and when? We've been given maps and campus tours, and I still can't find Maple Street Hall. Poor freshmen. Thrown headlong into the agony and terror of college life with peer counseling, group counseling, departmental counseling, swimming and recreation, mixers and dances and first shot at registration in huge groups of 300 each. All beginning freshmen for the fall semester are being broken in gradually with freshmen orientation—a series of two-day visits in which over 2,000 students divided into groups of about 300 will be counseled, guided and oriented from a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 July 1970

i * t "'lit 11 • « • • • * • • r i • r < ♦ 0 \ t I } % I I > « t < J ( 'i i f 1 f • I t ' t i t i • )• j f • t • •! « r • i Thursday. July 30.1970 Dallas Pro Will Teach Ballet Here George Skibine, director of the Dallas Civic Ballet, will teach classes in beginning and advanced ballet this fall at North Texas. The classes, open only to North Texas students, will be offered in the department of health, physical education and recreation as PE 104. They will meet at 9:30 and ll a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. They arc the first ballet classes to be offered in two years. Skibine will be a visiting professor during the 1970-71 academic year but he will remain with the Dallas Civic Ballet. Arrangements for the course were made by the School of Music and HPE&R. Also being offered for the first time this fall is a children's dance class. Registration for the class, which will be taught by Mrs. Sandra Harris Combest of the physical education faculty and members of the dance produc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 July 1970

mfflTttfcirrrrf-Ti rri • '. *em&Mk.yW \iVmfktm^"U! twi A ■.-. Wj*M* ^i««i?fcta3b M9| I«8i« «• V^vl ^*i>™;'V . PA0I4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY PSPlS -; ■ ,-.■ Thursday, July 30,1970 Two Ex-Eagles To Face KC Chiefs By BARRY CHESHIER Sports Editor For former Eagle football players Cedric Hardman and Ronnie Shanklin, the initia- tion into the pro grid ranks will be a tough one. Both men will be facing the world champion Kansas City Chiefs Friday as members of the College All-Star team. But the game almost didn't come off. The National Football Players Association (NFLPA) had refused the Chiefs permis- sion to play the annual charity bout until contract negotiations with the team owners were completed. But the NFLPA reversed its field late last week. John Mackey, presi- dent of the players association and Balti- more Colts halfback, announced, "The Kansas City players believe strongly that this is not a situation that should be used as a lever for the owners or players, but as a since...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 August 1970

I ♦ ■ • • I • t The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition 63RDYEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. AUGUST 6. 1970 NO 91 t v > I # * I i r Concert Effort Representatives of a group of students confront William C. Lindley, vice-president for student affairs. The Tues- day morning meeting came after a free concert spon- sored by the group was halted by the Campus Security Force Monday night. Pictured from left to right, are Howard Cave, not presently enrolled in second summer session; Don Bessire, Denton junior; Harve King, assis- tant dean of students and Brian Kelly, not presently en- rolled — Photo by Terry Kelly News Capsules No Charges Pressed In Alleged Rape Case A coed, allegedly raped Monday night near the Women's Gym as she was walking towards Kerr Hall, has not cooperated with the Denton police, said Capt. Hugh Lynch Jr. of the Criminal Investigation Division. Capt. Lynch said it had been determined that the girl had intercourse, but that no suspect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 August 1970

•> .."a. * •• ( - j 'WilJfM- !-n I : _ 1 ' PAQI2—THi NORTH TIXAS DAILY Thursday. August 6,1970 IM th. north t.x.s p.iv [)r. Kamerick Leaves North Texas To Assume Northern Iowa Duties University Dwttn, Ti ALL AMIMICAN OWIN CANTER Editor BILL BRYANT Business Manager Editorial statement* of the North Texas Daily and readers' lottsrs rsNaot the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of tha Daily, its advisor or tha North Tanas Stats University Admin istoatlon. Difficult Task Carter Takes Reins Of NT Presidency On Aug. I, with little notice and a few farewell handshakes, former NTSU President John J. Kamerick quietly turned over the reins of his office to his immediate successor, former Vice-President of Fiscal Affairs John Carter. The regents have appointed Carter temporary acting president. He may serve a week, a month, a year or longer. Realistically, he may be required to lead this university until well into 1971. After all, it took eight months to find Kamerick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 August 1970

I > • > . : i 4 I I <9 * « • t • PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Group Effort Constructing Art Foundry Pouring ISO pounds of bronze is the goal of the art department. The department is in the process of build- ing a foundry which will enable students to make metal statues up to the size of a large dog and which weigh up to ISO pounds. At present, the art department does not have a foundry. Richard M. Davis of the art faculty and students are donating their time, money and skills in order to build the foundry. Davis explained that what they are build- ing will be portable to enable them to move into the new art building when it is com- pleted. The bottom-loading furnace being con- structed—the kiln—is one of the largest of its type. The purpose of this large kiln is to harden the mold which the melted bronze will be poured into. "The students are helpful and are benefit- ing greatly from the experience of building this foundry," Davis said. "All the help is not coming from just...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 August 1970

Thursday, August ffS"' . Ijfjf?. ■ ; fsfjff ' g PAGt 4-—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ff f •W/'1 111-1! mHI *9 Prors Trace Pokes' History In Book A new football book written by three NT history professors will be released Sept. 8, says Dr. Randolph Campbell, one of the authors. The book is called, "The Dallas Cowboys and the NFL." Dr. Donald Chipman, who is teaching in California this summer, conceived the idea during the National Football League's (NFL) play-off games in December, 1968. Dr. Chipman invited Dr. Robert Calvert and Dr. Campbell to join in the research and the writing of the book. "Both are interested in the Cowboys, so they seemed ideal collaborators," Dr. Chipman said. The S6.95 book will be over 2S0 pages, including 32 pages of illustrations and a 10-year statistical history of the Cowboys. The foreword in the book will be written by Cowboy General Manager Tex Schramn. The new book attempts to explain the popularity of professional football and has an in-depth description o...

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

11 I V ' V , r$m The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition • I ? 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 16. 1970 NO. 92 Fry Street Develops as Center of Emerging Subculture Freaks' Run Businesses in Free Life Style BY ROBERT CAMPBELL Daily Reporter There is an emerging subculture in Denton which embodies a life style free of the restraints and conventions of average America. The hub of this movement is located on Fry Street between Oak and Hickory streets. "Fry Street is the cultural center of the subculture," said Jarrett Renshaw, the manager of The Circus, a combination clothing store and "head shop" at 114 Fry St. Renshaw, a 20-year-old from Gainsvillc, Fla., said Fry Street is a "meeting place and reference place" for longhairs or anyone interested in "our way of life." "For instance, it has just been in the last year that longhairs of 'freaks' have made themselves known and have asserted them- selves as individuals with rights as every- one else....

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

i: or PAGE 2—THE NORTH TIXA8 DAILY - The North Texas Daily Thursday. August 13.1970 u: a Wrd Worth Ti University Dan ton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER t tei OWEN CARTER Editor ■ILL BRYANT Business Manager Editorial statements of the North Tax as Daily and readers' letters reflect the opinion of the individual writar and not neoessarHy that of tha Daily, ita advisar or the North Texas State UniversitY Administration. Earth's Depletion Population Creates Many Problems Pollution of the air and water is becoming so bad that some scientists say there is little hope that anything can be done about it. The earth's natural resources are being depleted so rapidly that some of them will be gone within the next century, and we may face a water crisis in this country as early as 1980. Cities are becoming nothing more than decaying hovels with humanity literally stacked on humanity. People flocking away from cities and pollu- tion are causing national parks to become no more than l...

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

I I PAGE 9—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY SEA Opens Yearly Drive For Members Registration for membership in the Stu- dent Education Association (SEA) is now underway, said President Kathy Sims. SEA is the largest organization on cam- pus and is open not only to education ma- jors but to anyone interested in the teaching profession. "Programs and/or social events are planned monthly for members of SEA," Miss Sims said. "Projects for the coming year include such things as teacher aide programs, visits to professors' homes, making a film, visiting other campuses, and working at the Denton State School." Membership dues for the year are $6, which includes full membership in Student National Education Association, Texas Student Education Association, and the Clifford S. Blackburn Chapter of SEA here at North Texas. { Additional benefits of SEA include a 4 f year's subscription to "Today's Education," < \'Texas Outlook," and "Impact" and Accent." Members are automatically f ivered by a $25,000 ...

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

'I Thursday. August 13.1970 North Texas Inherits Gold Medal Winner BY ED BLAGG Daily Reporter North Texas may never have produced an Olympic gold medalist, but it has inherited one. He is Edgar A. Ablowich of Greenville, a doctoral candidate in management. Ablowich, 57, won a gold medal in the 1600-meter relay in 1932 at the Tenth Olympiad in Los Angeles. His relay team set Olympic, world and American records that weren't broken until 1952. He excelled in the thinclad sport as a schoolboy in Greenville, where he won the Texas state meet in the hurdles. He also performed in the quarter-mile and broad jump. It was in the quarter-mile that he later gained national recognition. HIS HIGH SCHOOL track feats earned him a scholarship to the University of Southern California. "In those days," Ablowich said, "a scholarship meant only tuition. So I had to work part-time to cover my other expenses." At first, Ablowich wanted to attend the University of Texas, "1 couldn't find a job in Austin, s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 September 1970

Summer Changes Transform Campus ■ l Students returning to campus will note summer changes covering a wide scope. John Carter, formerly vice-president of fiscal affairs took over the reins as tempor- ary acting president Aug. 1. Former NTSU President John J. Kamerick returned to his home state of Iowa to become president of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. An advisory committee to consult with the Board of Regents in the selection of a new president was organized. Dr. Jack B. Scroggs of the history department was elected chairman and Dr. Don Beck of the speech and drama faculty, is secretary. Sub-committee members selected includ- ed: Dr. Franklin L. Elder of the education faculty; Dr. Clifford Button, dean of the School of Business; and Dr. H. W. Kamp of the political science department. Other faculty members serving on the advisory committee are: Dr. Miles Anderson, associate vice-president for academic affairs; Dr. John Douthitl, physical education; Dr. William Glaz...

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

PAOK 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tusaday, September 1,1970 The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager L Editorial statements of the North Texas Daily and readers' letters refl'jt the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Hotline: 387-5555 Crisis Intervention Offers To Listen Problems, like festering wounds, seldom cure themselves without first aid. rirst aid for problems is within our fingertips. Dial 387-5555 and someone will listen to your problem and refer you to a professional agency for assist- ance. For free. Crisis Intervention is the brainchild of TWU's Don Merki who is also director. Merki, an associate professor of health education, said he con- ceived the idea for the service when students came to see him about their problems, especially during finals. "We have back...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 September 1970

* * '1 « 7 Tunday, September 1,1970 THE NORTH TIXA& OAILY — PAQE3 K % If: M I: I Farmer Examines Drug Use Study By PAUL CARDARELLA Daily Reporter William H. Farmer of the sociology fac- ulty is coordinating a study at NTSU for Johns Hopkins University on campus drug use. A call from a member of the social re- lations department at Johns Hopkins to Dr. H. J. Friedsam, chairman of the soci- ology department, was the starting point of the study. NTSU is one of 50 schools in the nation chosen to participate The schools were randomly selected after they were categor- ized by size, selectivity and type of control. Farmer was chosen to coordinate the study because he is a young faculty mem- ber and because of his interest in the social problems drugs are causing, he said. Farmer's duties in making the study con- sist largely of compiling data regarding the university's structure and its policies to- ward drug use. Also included in the study are interviews with students as to their know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 September 1970

H. E. Williams A Lesson In Paying Bills You could have knocked Joe Namath over with a feather when he heard that Carl Eller had finally made his peace with the Minnesota Vikings. Yes, things are definitely getting back to normal. And record-setting (two ways) holdout- rookie Dennis Shaw has gone to New York to roost on a buffalo chip or some such thing. Al Atkinson is back in uniform with the Vikings and even Cowboy Bob is run- ning Tom Landry patterns. Jerry Levias is running them better, but that is beside the point. Now, the big thing with a lot of people indirectly involved with pro football (the ones attached to the boob toob with an invisible umbilical cord) is deciding who won the strike, or lockout, or whatever. SOME OF THE rationalizations are worth a chuckle but the side-splitter of the whole thing is that the real losers don't seem to know they lost. You, dear fan, have lost. You, dear fan, will pay the tab for the summer's caprice. Murchison ain't gonna pay it. He was so...

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