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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 September 1970

bet \ lite 37. I it's pnt jng I tic |ad lie Ind (all Id. •day, September 1,1970 THI NORTH TIXAt DAILY — PAQE0 Silt * Computer B-B-Beeps Answers Handy Hardware je Ice ■ve Fs" lie pis ■vc lie py 7 |hc ch or I to 1st |os h )W id vo )n Ick 113 Dr. R. C. Westmoreland of the journalism faculty queries the Dallas-based General Electric 255 computed that serves the university. The electronic whiz answers the phone, listens to questions and provides answers on any subject the caller desires. Hearsing Around Vehicle Finds New Life "Do you ever think when a hearse goes by That one of these days you're going to die? The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out,", But not in the 1950 Pontiac hearse that belongs to Dr. Gerard R. Dobson of the chemistry faculty. Dobson transported several foul smelling chemicals from South Dakota to Denton, recently. The hearse is equipped with a sliding glass partition that separates the driver from the body or chemicals. "Actually, it was the only way to trans- port ...

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

MR* ' : gpj" PAGE THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY \ ii fj S t. '■ /kif-"*11 "■ v^-fe ; /,i ■ — ' ."■ ■,$ ^ : V- ^ ,• . • • • 4 * Tuesday. September 1,1( « #" " I « & 3 DISTINCTIVE GIFT CENTERS VOERTMAN'S 1314 W OAK / DENTON CENTER / 1419 OAKLAND FREE NTSU BOOKCOVERS WITH ALL TEXTBOOKS! USED & NEW TEXTBOOKS SUPPLIES FOR ALL COURSES Serving North Texas State University students for more than 40 years with full range of supplies, plus a wide selection of good used and new texts for all fields of study. Denton's most complete boolc department: textbooks, fun books, inspirational manuals, children's books and thousands upon thous- ands of paperbacks for reference — study or pleasure. And — the useful, the whimsical and the unusual in an unparalled gift collection assembled from round the world to fill the desires of students and faculty. Textbooks, of course, arranged and classified for easy, self-selection. By shopping early from these well stocked shelves, students can easily select the ...

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

• + < * « '4 4 M * « K The North Texas Daily 64TH YEAR NOf IITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.1S70 NO. 2 . -1 L'. * ft .d <. 1 i V '1 McGovern-Hatfield Senate Defeats Effort To End War. 55-39 Hurry Up and Wait Long lines filled the Administration Building until late Monday afternoon as late students waited to enroll at North Texas Late registration ends at noon Saturday. — Photo by Worth Wren WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate defeated by 16 votes Tuesday an unprece- dented efforMo curb presidential war pow- ers by forcing withdrawal of all U.S. troops from the Indochina war zone by Dec. 31, 1971. The 55-39 roll-call rejection of the "amendment to end the war" was hailed by Republican leaders as a vote of confidence in President Nixon and a sign the Senate believes he will keep his promise to wind down the war. But Senate war critics refused to give up their battle against "this foolish damnable war," or to accept the vote as an endorse- ment of the administration policy and...

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

— f ? ■ !%. ■ V ■' v: •« Orbfr' '■ RAQI2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial atatementa of the North Toxaa Daily and raadara' lettera redact the opinion of the individual writer and not necesaarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Taxaa State Univeraity Administration. Student Involvement Editor Asks Students To Become Involved There will be classes with dull professors, perhaps demonstrations with shouting friends, Friday night beer-drinking parties and Saturday night drug finales. There will be intriguing classes with brilliant professors, pep rallies, com- mittee meetings, Saturday night Greek socials and Sunday afternoon study hours. Here we are. A new semester, new friends, new activities await many of us. We jumped the first hurdle last week when we sweated registration lines. One of the semester's next hurdles is...

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

v* | <4 r Wedneedey, 2,1970 THI MONTH TKXAS DAILY—PAQi 3 L, . / > I . * I V Calendar Grows For Homecoming By PAULA KNIGHT Daily Reporter It's never too early to begin planning for an event and Joe Mitchell is doing just that for the 80th North Texas Homecoming Nov. 6-7. Mitchell, general chairman or the Home- coming Committee, started planning earlier this year because he wants this Homecom- ing to be the "biggest and best." One of Mitchell's main concerns is "to get exes up for the weekend," he said. A pro-am golf tournament consisting of foursomes is scheduled for the afternoon of Nov. 6. One pro and three amateur golfers will play together in each team. "There are several well-known golf champions from North Texas," Mitchell said. There will be 80 places, 20 pros and 60 amateurs. That evening a reception for the North Texas graduates is planned at the Denton Car Club Slates Sunday Meeting Denton Foreign Car Club will hold its first meeting Sunday at 2 p.m. at McKenna Park, ...

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

I PA0I4 — TMI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Don Watson "Where Have All the Doves Gone?" may well be the tune Denton County hunters hum this year. After the torrential downpour of Monday evening, some dove hunters may think at first glance that their secret concentration of doves has melted away. But chances are the doves are still there, just not flocked together. While waterhole shooting will definitely be out, an interprising hunter, willing to wade mud to a pond, will still get shooting from birds flying by out of habit. MUDDY MAIZE fields have an almost magnetic attraction for hunters. In fact, once you walk into one, it's hard to wade back out of the sticky mess. But those fields won't have much attrac- tion for doves. Not for the next few days, anyway. Old hunters say doves won't feed in a harvested field after a rain because the grain will sprout in their craw. But it is more likely that the grain soon begins to rot after being soaked. This makes the doves lose interest in a field. THE H...

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

f. ,7W,rr: .W vwwQ ,v' 54TM YEAR The North Texas Daily NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1970 hMB NO. 3 Defeat of Anti-War Bill Raises Mixed Emotions v - Campus reaction was mixed over the de- feat of the McGovern-Hatfield Amendment by a Senate vote of 55-39 Tuesday. The amendment would have severely limited presidential powers by forcing a withdrawal of all American forces from ths Indochina war zone by Dec. 31, 1971. Here are some student and faculty com- ments on the subject. Irwin Wingo, senior, said, "This is just another step towards alienating the youth and polarizing the country even farther. It is tragic when at least 55 senators are out of the mainstream of American opinion. The Senate is shirking responsibility by invest- ing too much power in the President." "I don't think the bill should have comc up in the first place. As long as there is com- munism, there should be someone to fight it. The U.S. is a free nation and should be there," A...

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

PAQK1—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY ; The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Tcxat Sutc University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the 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 Texas State University Administration. Signatures, Too Volunteers Necessary To Vote Denton Wet Wednesday's Daily carries a reader's letter requesting supporters and vol- unteers for a possible Denton wet-dry election. The writer, who has petition- ed for and supported such an election since the issue was introduced last spring, told his readers "2,500 signatures of qualified, registered Denton voters" are needed for the election. But more important is the fact that the election supporters have only three weeks to acquire the needed voters before Sept. 24, the petition deadline. The writer simply laid down the facts, honestly ...

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

<; I f 1 , IV f i f i. / Thursday, September 3,1970 Dr. Black Appoints New Cast Dr. E. Robert Black, director of the di- vision of drama, named the cast for "Moth- er Courage and Her Children" Wednesday. Jan Courtney, Austin graduate, will play the lead role of Mother Courage, the first drama production scheduled this fall. Shelly Jenkins, Dallas freshman, will act the part of Kattrin; Dana Price, senior, will fill the role of Yvette; Norman Green, Richardson senior, will play Eilif; Alan Klem, Arlington senior, will act as Swiss Cheese; Gary Call- away, Bellaire senior, will be the Cook; and Doug Bentin, Denton sophomore will play the Chaplain. Linda Carol Walls, Sinton junior, will play the actress' role; and 10 actors will play several different roles throughout the play. The actors will be Jim Cooper, Corpus Christi graduate; James Prior, Omaha, Neb., sophomore; Monty Vaughn, Winter Park, Fla., sophomore; Joe Lauck, Wichita Falls senior; Robert Shelton, Denton senior; Mark Pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 September 1970

if'' ° sw 1 i f PAQC 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 3,1S70 James Ritchie Putting It All Together Last year's Eagle sports scene rounded out play with two Missouri Valley Confer- ence championships (golf and track), a close second (tennis), a crowd-pleasing run and gun basketball team and a 7-3 football team. With people coming and going, there are some changes expected. Track Coach Winton E. (Pop) Noah saw two of his blue ribbon athletes leave. Bill Schmidt, the MVC record-setter who has thrown 280-7 in AAU competition, was lost through graduation. Schmidt is competing in Rome Wednesday along with athletes from 53 other nations. Phil Lusk, the school-boy All-American from Corpus Christi, broke training and will not be back to run in his specialities, the I00-and 220-yard dashes. Lusk had shown promise as a freshman with some 9.6 com- petitive timings. Seeing these two go, Noah has recruited some top high school tracksters. "I feel that we've probably recruited the bes...

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

The North Texas Daily S4TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. OENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. SERTEMBER4.1970 NO 4 ' * HMT 85SS88 Sophs Get 'No Curfew' By PAULA KNIGHT Daily Reporter No-curfew privilege has been extended to coeds living in university residence halls, it was announced Thursday. Specifically, the new privilege will apply to all sophomore women aged 21 and over and to those under 21 who obtain their parents' consent. Junior and senior women already have the privilege. Clark Hall became an honors dorm with no curfew this fall. Juniors and seniors 21 years or older and juniors and seniors under 21 years with parental permission are now allowed to live in Clark. McConnell Hall became NTSU's first no-curfew dormitory last fall. BiSHiiniiiitiniiKHtniiliiHiintiiaHtnniiitiiiuiuuiiiHitiiiuimiiiiimnnitmniiiniiiinniiHiiiniimMiiniinniiiitiimniiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiitiiitiiiiiiniMiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiuiiiitniuroiuH^ NEWS CAPSULES MlfllMIIIINfflMM...

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

PAOI2—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY Friday, daptambw 4,1970 The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texas State University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Non-Profit Computer Proves Useful TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the 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 Texas State University Administration. By TOM FISCHER Daily Reporter After four months of operation, the new IBM 360 Model SO computer is proving it- self capable of doing everything from class rolls to math and physics problems. The massive $18,000-per-month com- puter, now housed in the NTSU Computing Center, is available for instruction, research and administration to both faculty members and students. The Computing Center is located in the north wing of the first floor in the old Li- brary Building. The old Library Building will be renamed the Information Sciences B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1970

. *, I i 1 , ft. J i i : : * -• / > Friday, September 4,1070 State School To Observe Anniversary Tecas Sen. A. M. Aken Jr. of Paris, a long-time friend of educational facilities in the state, will dedicate a new sheltered workshop at the Denton State School Sept. 13 during its 10th anniversary ceremonies. A two-hour open house will follow the 4 p.m. dedication. All facilities and build- ings on campus will be open to the public, and representative programs will be under- way during the open house. A reception for visitors is scheduled for 6 p.m. that Sunday. Several Texas legisla- tors and top state officials in the state men- tal health and retardation program are expected to attend the event. The annual Volunteer Council Awards Banquet will be at 6:30 p.m. The banquet is held each year to recognize volunteer workers' service to the school. Thirteen employees who have been with the school since it opened in July of 1960, will be spe- cial honored guests at this year's affair. Re...

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

PAQB4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ' -"-v ' ■" -v • v - • • • • ' -TV ' ■■■•■! Friday. S«pt«mb*r 4,1970 Sun Sets on Pack Legend W ASHINGTON (AP) — In Green Bay, Wise., Vince Lombardi was com- pared favorably to God. When the sun shined on Packer Sundays—and al- most invariably it did—they called it Lombardi weather. He reigned supreme over a compact and singularly successful universe that operated on Lombardi Time, 15 min- utes ahead of everywhere else. Lombardi, Washington Redskins coach and one-time ruler of the Green Bay dynasty, died Thursday morning of virulent cancer at the age of 57. He had undergone two major opera- tions in a month, the first of which removed a tumor and a two-foot sec- tion of his colon. His wife, Marie, made a statement Wednesday confirm- ing the cancerous nature of her hus- band's illness. He reportedly had been in a coma for two days. His motto was. "Winning isn't a big thing. It's the only thing." He was, by title, only a football coach. An expert in a game f...

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

I • ♦ M'" . ft t Jl 1.1 ll.'j * ft!4 * ♦ P •% ' 1 a. * J " + 1 p ► ^ * 4 The North Texas Daily 64TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1970 NO. 6 fitfjrffltf"*" 'i8/A 4ttMaiW6hM!l:/ V. ttt flralgkR: . .... iiflBHp ■ i;~ :• / • V! m lll^M Pliw'™ **?*; ■v- Jet Stream Underwater floodlights illuminate sprays of water from the fountain in front of the new Library Building. This ^l«lil!imilllll!lll1IIMII0!!lllimim MIMIIIIIII night shot is pictured against the familiar outline of the Administration Building tower. NEWS CAPSULES iiiiMiirinyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiM^^^^ Denton 18-Year-Olds May Apply For Vote Denton 18-year-olds may apply for voter registration beginning Oct. I, hut they will not be issued voting certificates until the U. S. Supreme Court Rules on the constitu- tionality of the new law, George Lasater, Denton County tax assessor-collector, said Wednesday. The case will be heard in early January. Texas, with present state laws req...

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

, ;?!-. •>u *. . y 2i! ?■ ■■■ ,•, . PAQE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements of the 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 Texas State University Administration. Toll Mounts Take Strict Steps To End Skyjacking Enough is enough. Time has come for an end to sky piracy from Middle East fanatics. Over the weekend three airliners were hijacked. One of the three, a 747 Jumbo-Jet, was completely destroyed by a bomb, and another hijacking attempt was thwarted by passengers. As long as the various nations allow Arab guerillas to blackmail their cap- tured cohorts out ofjail and back into the skies for another try, plane snatch- ing will continue. What will be the result when one of these Arab hijackers blows up a pla...

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

V u Wtdntaday, September t. 1t70 " ;ffi "f; THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Spring Academic Honor Roll Totals 819 Students r r t ► i, i 1 r Classes must be getting tougher—only 819 made the spring Honor Roll compared with 912 the previous spring. Figures released by the Office of the Registrar showed 128 made the 4.0 list with A averages and 691 made the 3.5 roll. Those who made the 4.0 Honor Roll were: AARON-GILSON Danny Doyle Aaron, Douglas Wayne Adams, Emily May Anderson, Andrea Luci Andresen, Mary Ellen Areaux, Steven Mark Baltz, Joe Edwin Barnett, Rhoda Claire Barton, Linda Susan Bassham, Sharon Kay Bassham, Bowen Lee Baugh, Donald Wayne Bays, Edward Beanland, Ernest Edward Beckham, Judith Blackwell, William Ernest Bonds, Michael Bonnell, Marilyn Boots, Thomas Bost, John Ross Boulware, Herschel Byrum Boyd, Patricia Bracken, Helen Brooke, Betty Sue Butler, Joyce Fay Buttrill, Joseph Robert Capps, Nancy Jane Capps, Jessie Elaine Cheek, Eddie Wayne Clark, Julie Ann Clem,Mar- tha Jo C...

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

ite PA0I4—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, Saptambar 9,1170 Dan Watson Hunters Killing Own Sport Six out of six is a good score when it comes to asking for permission to shoot on a farmer's land. That was my score until Monday. But the downfall came after an hour-and-a-half drive to an area I'd hunted several times. The farmer there had been very nice for the past two years. "Sure, you can shoot, just don't drive your cars into my cotton patches or throw trash around," he'd said. I felt so confident about shooting on this certain maize patch, I'd invited three other eager dove hunters to join me. We found the land owner at a cotton gin near his house, but the fellow said he didn't even remember seeing me before. RIGHT THEN I began to fear the worst, and rightly so. The man said he had to put up posted signs on all his property. Some hunters had gone into his pasture, without thinking to stop and ask. They had climbed his fences instead of using his gates; they had also left empty sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1970

•* / W i „ ;"i V. s " ' Formerly The Campus Chat North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1970 NO. 6 - I <' V I" Id Id |g 'V %y w I- A Stop! Look! Heed! Signs like the ones above are scattered across the cam pus area carrying helpful messages to students and fac- i ulty members The sign on the left, however, is becoming /, n Hostages Exceed 300 more meaningful as deadline approaches. the Sept 15 parking regulation — Photo by Cody Curry Arab Guerrillas Seize Fifth Jet As Hijacking Attacks Continue Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The number of Middle hast hijack at- tacks this week grew to five Wednesday when Arab commandos sei/ed a British Overseas Airways Corp. plane near ihe Per- sian Gulf. The BOAC VCIO joined two other cap- tive planes on a guerrilla-held Jordan desert airstrip and its 113 passengers and'erewmen raised the number of hostages to more than 300. The pro-Marxist Popular front for the Liberation of Palestine, which ass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1970

y .... jr. s; RAQI2—THK NORTH TIXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Tcxst State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent Red China these days seems to be get- ting ready for a major repair operation to remedy some of the damage done to her image by three or more years of riotous 'cultural revolution.' The prospects are for a less belligerent Peking stance in relations with the Soviet Union and possibly even toward the United States. THIS WOL'LD NOT mean that the quarrel between Moscow and Peking would be patched up or that Red China would sud- denly regard the United Stated kindly. What it probably means is that some of the more practical men in Peking are emerging again, now that the smoke of the cultural revolution explosion is clearing. China needs many things desperately, and her continued isolation is not helping. Leonid Brezhnev, in his recent Kazakh- sta...

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