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

h The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 20 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1976 to Butz Resigns To Save Ford's Political Campaign WASHINGTON (AP)—President Ford accepted the resignation of his secretary of agriculture Monday and said parting with Karl L. Butz was "one of the saddest decisions of my presiden- cy." The resignation followed a weekend of rapidly escalating controversy over an obscene racial slur uttered last August following the Republican National Convention and traced to Butz last week. The episode had become an issue in Ford's election campaign and brought numerous demands from politicians in both parties that Butz be fired. The lingering question was whether Ford had waited too long. DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL nominee Jimmy Carter, campaigning in Denver, said Butz should have been fired immediately, and that Ford's handling of the situation showed a lack of leadership. Both Butz and the President said the resignation was occasioned solely ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1976

M PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 5, 1976 An Editorial Donate 'Gifts of Life' Today and Wednesday will not be ordinary days. On these days students can take the first step toward helping to save hundreds of lives. That kind of opportunity is rare. Today and Wednesday students can sign up to give a little bit of themselves to the Gift of Life Blood Drive, which will provide blood for suf- ferers of leukemia and hemophilia. The blood will also be ^vailable to NT students and their families. Sign-up posts are located at Wooten Hall, the mall in front of the Speech Communication and Drama Building, the west entrance of the Univer- sity Union and in front of the Music Building on Avenue C. One of the important aspects of this drive is that any student and his immediate family can receive as much blood as they need simply by calling the Personnel Office—even if the student has never donated a drop of his blood. But hundreds of other lives can be affected by the drive becau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1976

Jt Tuesday, October 5, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 i' if U i v Va New Sextet m f To Perform Jazz Show The Jazz Sextet, a newly formed group of NT music students, will per- form at 4:15 p.m. Sunday in the Studio Theatre of the Speech and Drama Building, according to Kirk Hammond of the Communications Arts Council (CAC). CAC is sponsoring the event. Tickets are 50 cents and are available at the University Union ticket office. "We'd like to make this a series if we have a good response," said Ham- mond. Hammond, vice-president in charge of television on the CAC, said a good response would be measured by attendance and that the series would feature a variety of musical or dramatic presentations. "Sunday's concert will feature a variety of jazz including Latin, rock, swing and blues," trombonist Randy Zimmerman, Seguin senior said. James Chirillo, senior guitarist from Bellevue, Wash., said, "We (the sextet) got together because we like to play, and we have fun." Other members of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1976

( ^ ■ PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 5, 1976 rVtfi m Briscoe Supports Eagle Kill Conservationists Seek Federal Aid ■yjV.I 1 AUSTIN (AP) — Members of the Raptor Preservation Fund called on federal officials Saturday to refuse Gov. Dolph Briscc; * request that sheep and goal ranchers in 31 West Texas counties be allowed to kill golden eagles. "It is based on misinformation and represents a dangerous precedent in other states," J. Shawn Ogburn, ex- ecutive director of the fund, told the director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service about Briscoe's request. Earlier the National Audobon Society xr^2c^ denounced Briscoe's request as "ir- responsible." Briscoe reportedly made the request in a Sept. 10 letter to Lynn A. Greenwalt, director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,at the request of the TexasSheep and Goat Raisers Association. Briscoe's letter said ranchers reported seeing eagles "in increasing numbers and asked permission to begin killing them "by any means or...

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

Tuesday, October 5, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 I 1'V.aW '< A i mm*aaaSm&, OSU Frustrates NT Fry Hopes To Reverse Season , i!i£i i ■ •• UV Kenny, Up and Down ■'■ -«* '■ " Photo by PAUL RAINWATER NT quarterback Kenny Washington is stopped short of a first in a third down situation while the Eagle cheerleaders look on. Washington was out of the game for almost a quarter after this hard put down by the big OSU defensive player. Washington rushed 17 times for 30 yards in the Saturday afternoon game at Stillwater, Okla. NT lost the game 16-10 before 35,500 spectators. Kickers Eye NCAA Ranking North Texas will be in action Satur- day against Midwestern in Wichita Falls as the soccer team continues its attempt to secure a spot in the NCAA rankings. The Mean Green battled traditional powerhouse Quincy College to a 1-1 tie at Fouts Field Sunday afternoon, giving NT a 9-1-1 record for the year. Quincy, winners of the NAIA title the past three years, came into the contest ranked...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1976

H9S PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 5, 1976 " DON'T BUY JEANS ON FAITH. COMPARE YOUR PANTS OFF." "My |eans 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 Sedgefleld Do-NothingR 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 |eans 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. "SEDGEFIELD JEANS DON'T COST A BUNDLE. Our biggest edge? We cost no more than the regular price of the biggest seller. "IF I'M LYING YOU GET YOUR MONEY BACK. It's one thing to make claims. We back ours with a one year unconditional warranty. None s...

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

iKMM The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 21 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1976 l\ I' 4 , I TCOM Facility Bids Fall Within Budget By JOHN MARCHESE Daily Reporter A hid of $9,461,807 was the apparent low of 13 bids for the general construc- tion of Medical Education Building I on the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) campus in Fort Worth, according to Donald F Den- ney, project manager of medical educa- tion facilities. The Hoard of Regents last year ap- proved a construction budget for the building of SI2,817,170. Funding for the structure will come from the stale and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HbW). The building will be at Camp Bowie Blvd. and Montgomery. THE BID, submitted through the Lit- tle Rock offices of I rank J. Rooney, Inc. of Miami, now goes to the architectural firm of Fischer-Spillman, Inc., which designed the building. According to Pat Spillman of the firm, after reviewing the bids his firm will send i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1976

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 6, 1976 September Marketbasket Survey Finds Price Variations in U. S. Grocery Costs By The Associated Press Consumers looking for bargains at the supermarket during September had to search carefully. An As- sociated Press marketbasket survey showed higher Daily Survey ITEMS BUDDIES University KROEGER N. Elm PIGGLY WIGGLY University SAFEWAY Maple Milk (M Gallon) .82 .86 .83 .86 Butter 1 lb 1.27 1.26 1.29 1.27 Sugar 5 lb .99 .99 .92 .92 Coffee 1 lb 1.88 1.88 1.99 1.88 Eggs (med) .79 .65 .75 .74 Hamburger .59 .65 .79 .68 Frankfurter .69 .63 .89 .63 Pork Loin Chops 1.69 1.58 1.99 1.65 Frozen OJ Concentrate (6 fluid oz) .23 .23 .25 .31 Tomato Sauce (15 oz can) .29 .31 .29 .28 Laundry Detg. 49 oz 1.09 1.38 1.22 1.19 Paper Towels (100 HI ft) .59 .52 .58 .48 EDITOR'S NOTE: This survey was taken Oct. 4. Store-chain brands were noted when available. costs for meat, milk and some nonfood items. The AP drew up a random list of 15 commonly purcha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1976

" .# * . .-i-" . —; . Wednesday, October 6, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 ♦ ♦ * Warts Provide Spirit, Service By MARTHA TUCKER Daily Reporter In case you haven't noticed, there are warts at NTSU. That isn't another name for obnox- ious freshmen. "Warts" are the pledges of the Green Jackets, women's spirit and service organization. DAD PENDER, who once owned a Denton music and coin shop, is respon- sible for the name. Years ago the Green Jacket pledges were required to com- plete penny boards with coins dating back to 1925. The girls often came to Dad Pender's shop to trade coins, and he was known for saying: "You girls are always warting me." The term stuck, and now the pledges are required to wear pins with "wart" engraved on them. The current wart class is comprised of 10 freshmen: Dolores Benefield, Lacretia Foster, Kathy Hatler, Rhashell Hunter, Linda Keblinger, Debra Morgan, Mary Ratcliff, Sandra Turner, Janet Wells and Carrie Young. The 1976 fall pledges received their w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1976

■^,ir .... I I,: ;is l|_.|,,| ll,. ,,|.,,,..-|. ., . . - r- —th •W'tf'.vy-' ' .1 • ■■ ' 1 ; :-„l- PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 6, 1976 _ i I 1 V I Debaters To Meet UT NT Teams Triumph at Tournament x • f Music Tips Pianist Garrick Ohlsson gives Chris Vath, New Orleans, La., sophomore, some individual instruction during the informal music class he conducted Tuesday in the Lyceum. Ohlsson, win- ner of two international pianist awards, gave a recital Monday night in the Main Auditorium. Photo by BARRON LUDLUM The debate squad will send one team to UT-Auslin this weekend to enter the third consecutive weekend of competi- tion for the squad. Debate Coach Don Brownlee said Tuesday the team of Terri Neal, McAl- len junior, and John Hands, Fort Worth freshman, will compete in the meet. Four freshman debate teams returned Sunday from a weekend tournament held at Oklahoma Christian College with more than a feeling of satisfaction. They also brought back three large trophi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1976

« > Wednesday, October 6, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 ♦ t « « 1 M \ f* Passing Time With Nickels, Dimes lTi Competition is keen but friendly under the glaring fluorescent lights casting slight shadows across the faces of the domino players, heads bowed with con- centration. Four of the seven tables in the small room are oc- cupied. The sharp, flashing eyes of the four men at each table act as a contradiction to their wrinkled faces. "Ace, ace, lei's gel another ace." "Ain'l no more aces Lester." Three of the four walls are covered with golden drapes. Although soiled with time, they reflect a warm, quiet atmosphere. The cracked white plaster ceiling betrays the age of the building as the wrinkled hands and faces of the oc- cupants reveal theirs. "You could have blocked him you know, you could have blocked him." "But I didn't have no sixes." A lone 5 qft drink machine stands near the door. Its bright red color provides the domino room its most colorful element, if the playe...

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

r«§w.'i. • •-'. •• •' «r.! PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Poll Rat U ft Bu ROBIN HORTON Sports Editor Head Basketball Coach Bill Blakeley could very well sympathize with the soc- cer team this week because of the ratings for the Midwest Region of the National Colligate Athletic Association (NCAA), of which NT is a member school. The Mean Green came in 15th out of 15 teams in the poll taken of 12 coaches of soccer teams within the region. "I'm not too pleased," Soccer Coach Simon Sanchez said Tuesday. "I can un- derstand it because this is our first year as a leam. We must establish ourselves before they will rank us with the others." BILL ELLIS, soccer team manager, said he was surprised at the team's low rating. NT carries a 9-1-1 record for the season. "We're in one of the toughest regions because of teams like St. Louis Univer- sity (rated No. 2 in the nation)." F.llis said. "Although we beat Air Force and University of Missouri at St. Louis (UMSL) by a greater margin than SMU......

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

Evans Claims Shift To 'Siberia' Results From Union Remarks By TERRY PAIR and SCOTT WHITE, Staff Writers Capt. Alvin Evans of the Denton Fire Department is wondering what he is doing in "Siberia." Evans, who was transferred from his position as assistant fire marshal to shift work at fire substation No. 4, known to some firemen as "Siberia," believes the transfer is a reprimand for comments he made in a Daily article concerning alleged fire code violations in the University Union. Fire Chief Jack Gentry, who ordered the transfer before taking a week's vacation, told the Denton Record-Chronicle that Evans overstepped his authority in talking to The Daily. But Evans was go- ing to be transferred anyway, Gentry said. GENTRY SAID he had no comment for The Daily. "This (the Union story) was the determining factor in going ahead and getting Alvin out of the fire marshal's office," Gentry told the Denton County Enterprise. "I have a written request (for the transfer). Alvin was not demoted....

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

■J PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY / ; - An Editorial Chief Loses Staff's Trust "My job depends on politics, I've done no wrong. Somebody is running scared, I think Gentry is afraid of his job."—Capt. Alvin Evans. The morale of Denton firemen and the trust of members of the Denton Fire Department is being destroyed because Fire Chief Jack Gentry may be punishing one of his men. Punishing him because he was only doing his job. Gentry transferred Capt. Alvin Evans from his position in the fire marshal's office to shift work at substation No. 4 because he answered questions by a Daily staff writer about alleged fire code violations in the University Union. The transfer, to all firemen interviewed by The Daily and to Evans, is Evans' punishment for talking to the press. Gentry will not comment to The Daily about the transfer but told reporters for the local news- papers that Evans was transferred because he (Evans) asked for the transfer and the Union arti- cle about the alleged fire and...

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

Thursday, October 7, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 < , i. if Greeks Seek To Help Children, Handicapped By MARTHA TUCKER Daily Reporter Campus sororities and fraternities will be participating in Greek Service Week from Saturday to Oct. 15, Barbara Bar- ry, Panhellenic Association president, said Wednesday. Representatives from each Greek organization will take pa rt in daily events. Proceeds from these events will be given to a variety of groups. FOR THE first project, fraternity and sorority members will take un- derprivileged children to the NT-Cal- Poly football game Saturday. These children will be from the Cumberland Home or members of the Big Brother service organization. The Greeks will sit with the children, keeping them enter- tained with refreshments and favors. Monday there will be a donut sale at the commuter bus stops from 8 a.m. to noon. Proceeds from this sale will go to the handicapped. A faculty car wash will be sponsored by the Greeks Tuesday. The donation...

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

PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 7, 1976 Videotapes Supplement Special Ed Instruction By KAREN WAGNER Daily Reporter It's "lights, camera, action" in the Special Education Videotaping Laboratory directed by Linda Rich, Irv- ing doctoral candidate. The studio and editing room in Highland Hall is the source of videotaped teaching aids that are part of all special-education courses. The lab was requisitioned one year ago by Dr. Claude W. Cheek of the education faculty, who is the director and producer of the lab. Films have been in production since last January. The only videotaping lab on campus has new equipment that includes one portable and one studio camera, an editing deck and a videotape machine that transfers lessons to a videocassette for student viewing. A8tM Study Shows Speeding rVirtues' COLLEGE STATION (AP)—A Texas A&M study shows that since auto drivers are most comfortable cruising at about 70 miles per hour, the current speed limits could lead to "gre...

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

9 / iiiursday, October 7, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 I V w t A j t i \ Construction Dries Wet Walk Two small sections of the recently constructed sidewalks between the University Union and the Ad- ministration Building have been torn out so that drainage problems may be corrected. The largest of the sections, approx- imately 40 feet by 10 feet, is near the entrance to the Rock Bottom Lounge. The other section, near the Administration Building, is approx- imately 16 feet by five feet. Delbert Overstreet, director of the Physical Plant, said, "The concrete was poured so that water ran in the wrong direction. People were having to walk through the water." Overstreet estimated the cost of replacing the sidewalk at two dollars per square foot. However, the project will not cost the university any money, he said. Batson-Cook Construction Com- pany of Dallas, the original contrac- tors for the job, are replacing the sidewalk at their own expense, he said, and the project is expect...

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

wwisa.r-- uzzzzz. PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Salving the Injured Thursday, October 7, 1976 Trainers Tape Team Mummifying Hnoto By HAUL RAINWATER Athletic Trainer Assistant Donna Ramsey tapes Greg Davidson's ankles before a football game. The trainers tape up the Mean Green football players before each game and practice session. By FRANK DUTY Daily Reporter The place is a flurry of activity. As laughter breaks out at one end of the room, a body is lowered carefully into a whirlpool bath at the other end. Constant chatter keeps the noise level high and the atmosphere slightly chaotic. Littered with strips of tape, spray cans and jars of salve, the room smells strongly of disinfectants and medicines. In and out of this scene of disarray dart six figures who seem to possess in- ner sparks of energy, friendliness and authority. THE FIGURES ARE Athletic Trainer John Porche and his five student assis- tants: Ray Braswell, Odessa graduate student; Donna Ramsey, Carrollton graduate stude...

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

... The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 23 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1976 I, t r Eastern Europe Slip Trips President At Random The Debate: Who Won? TAJALLI Daily Reporter Glenn Wiggins and Staff Photographer Paul Rainwater randomly selected people in the University Union Hassan Tajalli, Iran graduate stu- dent - "I think Ford won because he showed con- fidence and he made a good impression. The debate reaffirmed my faith in Ford." Mark Dohner, Denton junior - "It was really hard to tell, Carter was more assertive, but Ford was calmer. I think Ford won." Thursday to ask their opinions of the second Ford-Carter debate. The question was, "Who do you think won and why?" rVl * ft GARRETT DOHNER COWENS Ricky Garrett, Texas City junior - "Carter won the debate by being more natural, although Ford knew what he was talking about con- cerning foreign af- fairs." Kathy Cowens, W h t a t o n, III., graduate student - "I think Carter won. I liked the way he c...

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

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 8, 1976 V , I i An Editorial Streets Require Repair Considering the street maintenance (or lack of it) at NT, it might be wise for the university to of- fer a course of instruction in obstacle driving. It seems that some streets on campus are not repairable, considering they have been in dire need of repair for months with no apparent ac- tions taken to fix them. The intersections of Avenue A and Prairie Street and Welch and Chestnut streets are prime examples of negligence in street repairs. Holes, several feet wide and several inches deep, dot the intersections making it almost impossible to drive "casually" through the area. Instead the driver needs to be somewhat of an obstacle course expert in order to simply maneuver his auto through an intersection. Bob Wallace of the Physical Plant said respon- sibility for most streets running through or within the university boundaries falls under the jurisdic- tion of the city. The only unive...

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