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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1976

Friday, October 8, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 V i' \ V Orchestra To Feature f Romanticism By IRENE LOPEZ Daily Reporter The University Symphony Orchestra will present a "concert of Romanticism" Wednesday and Thursday, Robert Gregg, Denton graduate student, said. Under the direction of Dr. Anshel Brusilow of the music faculty, the orchestra's performances will be at 8:15 both nights in the Music Building Recital Hall. Because of large turnouts at orchestra performances in the past, free tickets will be issued to guarantee seating. Those without tickets will still be able to attend the performance, but ticket holders will get priority in seating accomodations. Tickets are available in the Orchestra Office, Room 168 in the Music Building. Students may also write or call the School of Music for reserved tickets, Gregg said. The program includes music from the Romantic period, 1830 to 1900. "Prelude" and "Love and Death" from the opera "Tristan and Isolde" by Wagner will be perf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1976

PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY i Bike Laws DO Exist Police Make Cycling Rules Available By JAMES T. BR ENNAN Dally Reporter All is not quiet on the campus front concerning bicycle regulations and pedestrian liberties. No one seems to know exactly who has the right of way or what policies govern bicycles on campus, Assistant Police Chief Doyle Fletcher said. The University Police has most of the answers to this growing controversy on one piece of paper—Article XXl-Section 179, which stales that traffic laws apply to persons riding bicycles. STUDENTS CAN come to the police station and pick up copies of this provi- sion, Fletcher said. Article XXl-Section 179 covers everything from bicycle maintenance and handling to nighttime riding and regulations concerning pathways and sidewalks. "There hasn't been a bicycle-related accident reported in three years, and Phyllis George Asks Alumni To Aid Fund A new brochure is being mailed to alumni this week in an attempt to clear up some misconcepti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1976

Friday, October 8, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 « ' - ■ >.o **■ -.VI wm*x~' M4*ii Pair Examine Jogging Stresses Researchers Study Enzyme Release Into Blood By LIZ WILLDING Daily Reporter Effects of stress on joggers and the emission of an enzyme, creatine phosphokinase (CPK), into the bloodstream in response to such stress, is the topic of research initiated by two faculty members. Dr. Robert Kaman of TCOM biochemistry faculty, and Dr. Robert Patton, of the physical education faculty, began their study after finding high contents of CPK in the blood tests of students and faculty members who ex- ercised heavily. Bernadette Goheen, Fort Worth graduate student working under Dr. Kaman, said, "CPK is an enzyme in the blood that is released in response to ex- ercise." THERE ARE three types of CPK en- zyme: muscle, heart and brain. After a stressful event, it is normal to find muscle-CPK in the bloodstream. When a heart attack occurs, heart-CPK is found in the bloodstream; when b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Daily Staff Predictions Cumulated results of last week's Dally Staff (8-2), Scott White (8-2), David Matustlk (7-3), Bar- predictions were 76-24: Terry Pair (5-5), Robin ron Ludlum (8-2), Dave Board (9-1), Ralph Horton (7-3), Nancy Deen (8-2), Nancy Cochran Winingham (0-1) and Randy E. Pruett (7-3). Friday, October 8, 1976 Hosts Cal Poly Green Seeks Second Win Saturday GAMES Terry Pair (23-16) .589 Robin Horton (26-13) .666 Nancy Deen (27-12) .692 Nancy Cochran <12-8) .600 Scott Daniels (7-3) .700 David Matustlk (20-9) .689 Paul Rainwater (4-6) .400 Dave Board (21-8) .724 Vlckl Bridges (0-0) .000 Jim Poyner (0-0) .000 NT-Cal Poly NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT Cal Poly Baylor-SMU Baylor Baylor Baylor &aylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Houston-WTSU Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Miss.-Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Miss. Georgia Miss. Georgia A&M- Texas Tech Tec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1976

7 The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 24 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1976 NT Police Arrest Alleged Caller By JAMES TERENCE BRENNAN Daily Reporter A Clark Hall resident was arrested Friday for allegedly calling in a bomb threat to the Business Administration Building, University Police Chief Robby Robinson said Monday. The student was released on bond. Several buildings have been evacuated this fall because of bomb threats. "This is the first time anyone has ever been arrested on campus for this particular offense," he said. Terroristic threatening is classified as a Class A misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $2,000 and/or a jail term not to exceed one year, Robinson said. Prior reports from the University Police indicated that this offense was a felony. University Police, in cooperation with General Telephone Exchange (GTE), have been using a phone tracing system for the past two weeks to aid its investigations. The system works on an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 12, 1976 * % *>L >v- r? ■ ~ -v<- r t yjr j Wftmrn : ' ■/' r-1 „4 i%t\£X Rock Music, Clear Skies Set Stage At KNTU Sunday Afternoon Concert k Sunshine and temperatures in the 70s made a fine setting for Sunday's afternoon of music at the east side of Kerr Hall. More than 500 gathered to hear The Concert, featuring Texas Rose, Bees Knees, Lynx, Rocxanne and Nick Walker-Dave Rawlinson. Rock music filled the air as the crowd came out to enjoy the warm weekend weather after a week filled with rain and chilling winds. Clad in cut-offs and T-shirts, the people laid back in the cool grass outside of Kerr. Dogs roamed liesurely in and out of the crowd, while Frisbees and footballs were thrown through the air. Dr. Pepper was free, but competed with Coors for some taste buds. It was a day when most decided to forget books, tests and homework to relish the outdoors. Yet, there were the dedicated who were seen studying, oblivious to the crow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1976

■MM ■*. iajywyiw^e'f i i ! Tuesday, October 12, 1976 Basket Arts Join Crafts At Museum The Historical Collection has become a basket case. There are not any crazy people at the Museum, just an exhibit featuring the craft of basketry. The basketry exhibit, the Museum's newest exhibit, was recently finished by Debbie Gatlin, Dallas senior, research assistant at the Historical Collection. The craft is not limited to baskets, but includes other forms of hand-woven fabrics constructed from the bark, leaves and roots of trees and items woven from different grasses. The exhibit features baskets used in gathering, processing and storing food. One item in the display is an Apache water jar from the 1800s. Also featured in the basketry exhibit case are rattan hats worn by single men in the Bontoc Mountain province of the Philippines, some old woven purses that resemble many of the machine-made purses of today, a hand-woven covering for a liquor bottle from the 1800s and a woven food serving t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY i Duo Directs Dormitories Peterson, Bolden Lead Campus Housing Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Housing Leaders Jim Peterson, left, and Bill Bolden review respon- as assistant director, replaces Dr. Mervyn Stetler, sibllities facing them as director and assistant now associate vice-president of student affairs, director of housing, respectively. They assumed and Bolden moves from working directly within the the positions Sept. 1. Peterson, previously serving residence halls to fill the assistant directorship. 'Span 200' Exhibit Explores German-American Heritage By JO LONGCRIER Daily Reporter "Span 200," an exhibit documenting 200 years of German-American par- ticipation in the founding and growth of America, opened in the World Exhibit Center of the State Fair of Texas in Dal- las Friday. Admission is free to the exhibit, which will remain at the State Fair through Oct. 24 before moving on to other cities. It will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays and fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1976

Tuesday, October 12, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 \ I V U \ Library Growth Continues Book Addition Pace Slows in '76 Despite problems of shelving, infla- tion, seating and card catalogs, the libraries continue to grow in the amount of materials available to students, John Brewster, central services librarian, said. An annual report published by the Library said the Library and the Infor- mation Sciences Library together had a net gain of 40,732 volumes in 1974-75. Together, the libraries made additions in books and periodicals totaling 48,433 volumes. But at the same time, 7,701 volumes were withdrawn. THE REPORT stated: "The net gain of the collection (40,732) is almost iden- tical with that experienced by the library in the previous year. This is an increase of 3.92 per cent, much less than the 10 per cent increase experienced in earlier years. To express this change another way, the library increased at a rate of 2.57 volumes per student rather than 5 volumes per student a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1976

Eagles Seek Bowl Berth Photo by TERRY WOOTEN The Icing on the Cake Tight end David Ray, right, catches a 25-yard Ken Washington pass for a touchdown in the final seconds of the Cat Poly game Saturday. The scoring drive started when Kelly Fry, defensive back, intercepted a Cal Poly pass attempt at their 37. By ROBIN HORTON Sports Editor "We can't take the rest of the games lightly," Burks Washington, NT linebacker said Monday. "We took SMU lightly. Practice was nothing, and they blew us out." Washington reflects the attitude of the Mean Green toward its five remaining games. Winning the rest of NT's con- tests could put the Eagles in a position to be invited to a bowl game, but Hayden Fry, athletic director and head football coach, said the upcoming opponents are by no means pushovers. "WEST TEXAS State (WTSW) is traditionally tough for North Texas," Fry said. The Buffs almost beat us last year here, he said, but NTSU pulled it out in the final quarter, 16-15. Two years ago WTSU won ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1976

xmmsmitfzxrr-:; - - - • > • • • - ■. • ./ Everest Conquerors Recount Assault './i ) EDITOR'S NOTE: Associated Press Writer Jurate Kazickas accompanied the American Bicentennial Everest Expedi- tion to the climbers' base camp. Here is her report on the experiences of the two who reached the top. EVEREST BASE CAMP, Nepal (AP)—When Bob Cormack finally got to the summit of Ml. Everest, he looked around to the edge of the world while hurricane winds howled and said to himself: "I better get the hell out of here." Something similar passed through the minfl of Chris Chandler as he, too, skirted 10,000-foot drops and reached Ihe top last Friday. "THE WINDS were over 100 miles per hour and vve could hardly stand up. It was late in the afternoon. I asked myself what am I doing here," Chandler said. Chandler, 28, of Seattle, Wash., and Cormack, 30, of Boulder, Colo., said they were too concerned with survival to spend much time on the summit savering the triumph of the U.S. Bicentennial Eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1976

f' - ■' — — - $ ■ f i# : l. Iff T, PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I Wednesday, October 13, 197t j Denton Banks Provide Assortment of Services By SHERI WORTHY, Daily Reporter A difficult task for any student living in Denton for the first time is choosing a bank that will offer all the services needed. Types of checking accounts, service charges and ad- ded services available should all be taken into con- sideration when choosing a bank. The Daily ran a survey on the four Denton banks and found that each has the same kinds of services available to the student. DENTON COUNTY National Bank, 215 W. Hickory, offers two types of checking accounts. A regular checking account is available with service charges based on the minimum balance in the account during the statement period. Its Southwest Banc Ac- count offers a package of services for a $3 monthly charge. The bank can provide students with savings plans and other services, including safe-deposit boxes, traveler's checks, cashier'j ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1976

U, V \i h F r. f m. / i Wednesday, October" 13, 1970 The Odeion To Present Hour of Wit The Odeion, a performing group made of oral interpretation students, will present a reading hour today at 4 p.m. in the Studio Theatre of the Speech and Drama Building. Dr. Ted Colson of the speech com- munication faculty said Tuesday that the reading hours, presented monthly, are free to anyone who wishes to attend. Students performing in the reading hour will be Julie Patterson, Texarkana sophomore; Merry Miller, Portland freshman; Cindy Hart, Fort Worth sophomore; and Christy Gonzalez, Fort Stockton sophomore. The theme of this month's reading hour, which was arranged by Michael McNabb, a San Antonio graduate stu- dent, is "American Humor." The selec- tions included on the program will also be presented at the annual Texas Tech University Interpretation Festival this weekend. At the festival. Misses Patterson, Mil- ler, Hart and Gonzalez will also present three other readings other than the one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1976

— h I n PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY __ , Wednesday, October 13, 1976 Schools Hold Interviews \ 3 Field Tightens for Prospective Teachers \ Mosquito Fogger Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Don Cowart of the Denton street and sanitation department adjusts the spray power on one of the city's heat-pulsating foggers used for mosquito control. The city spends an average of $9,000 a year for pest control. This year's mosquito spray- ing season, which usually ends in September, has been extended until the end of October because of the number of encephalitis cases this summer. City Attacks Mosquitoes, Ends Encephalitis Threat By MELANIE MARSHALL Daily Reporter "We're raging a war . . ." With chilly mornings already here, and assignments mounting toward mid- term tests most of the 8,669 NTSU stu- dents residing in Denton have forgotten the mosquito. However, the disease car- rying insect has not been forgotten by Greg Anderson, superintendent of public works in Denton. "DENTON SPENDS $9,000 a year j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1976

/ ./ Wednesday, October 13, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 V f I W) ! j'-hi ;'-k; Chairman Selects Board Education Committee To Advise State Coordinating Board Chairman Harry Provence has appointed nine members to serve as an advisory committee to the board as it assumes a new role as the stale's Postsecondary Education Plan- ning Commission. In a news release from Austin, Provence said when Gov. Dolph Briscoe designated the board as the 1202 Com- mission for Texas, he also assigned duties to the committee. The panel will provide policy guidance to the board regarding its additional responisiblities for postsecondary education. THE DESIGNATION qualifies the board to receive approximately $ 116,000 in federal funds to improve coordination of dl) postsecondary planning in the area of academic, professional and vocational-technical programs in Texas. Accordingly, the commission's ad- visory panel is broadly representative of all Texas units of public and private education beyond t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1976

m PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eagles Hosts USTFF Cross-Country Runners Compete Friday By RANDY NICHOLS Daily Reporter NT will host the United States Track and Field Federation (USTFF) Southwestern Cross-Country Cham- pionships Friday at the North Texas Golf Course. The NT cross-country team par- ticipated in the UT-Arlington In- vitational in Arlington last Friday and Theta Routs Teke Opponents Rob Scott, Crane sophomore, tossed four touchdown passes and ran for two others to lead Theta Chi to a 57-0 victo- ry over Tau Kappa Epsilon in Fraternity League flag football action Monday. Scott also ran for two PATS and pass- ed to Tom Eudaly, Fort Worth fresh- man, for another. Theta Chi rolled up a 31-0 halftime lead. THE MOONTAN Lepers ripped Bap- tist Student Union, 39-8, in an indepen- dent contest as Mark McKee, McKinny senior, threw five TD passes. Three of the scoring tosses went to Mike Burch, McKinney senior, including bombs of 50 and 30 yards. Quicksilver tied the Wisconsin S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1976

MMW IPMMIIR / y ■ The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 26 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1976 V Wk> ? i a \i. ' h> Faculty Senate Rejects BA Changes By PATRICIA RAMSEY, Daily Reporter The Faculty Senate voted 27-8 Wednesday to return proposed BA requirement changes to the University Curriculum Committee for further study. The vote came after Dr. Eugene Wright of the English faculty made a motion to send back to the Curriculum Committee the proposed plan with sug- gestions from the Faculty Senate. THE PROPOSED core has been studied for almost three years, and many modifications have been made. An ad hoc committee appointed by Dr. Jim Pearson, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, originally studied the education requirements and held open meetings for faculty and students. Dr. Pearson told the senate that none of the ques- tions or criticisms he heard in the senate meeting are new. "Three-fourths of the debate in the ad hoc commit- tee and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 14, 1976 Old Haunt Hall Houston Hall is empty now, and silent. It sits un- noticed behind elm trees lining Welch Street, its dark red-brown bricks peering through leaves and twigs at the constant blur of traffic. Inside are darkened hallways, painted floors glossed by faint window light. Opened doorways give glimpses of empty rooms with old wooden floors, walls covered with light green paint. In the corners are rat droppings. The small blackboards, built low and close to the floor, are smeared with chalk obscenities. The building reeks with decay, begs for destruction. When 1 first walked into the building, the glistening floors were freshly mopped, the halls well lit, the blackboards clean. Welch was not pounded by a continuous string of autos. Or at least I didn't notice the cars outside, but focused on the bustle within. I SPENT half my first 12 years drifting with the bustle in Houston Hall. At that time the two-story building was k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1976

ft Thursday, October 14, 1976 I i f 4 k L t I' i New Play Opens Oct. 21 Denton Children Star in 'A Gift of Time' THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 / By JOANNA BOSTWICK Daily Reporter "A Gift of Time," now in rehearsal at the University Theatre, has an unusual cast. Children in the play are really children and not university students. The roles of the two children, Chris- tian and Timberlake Wertenbaker, are played by four different children. Agathe Remillard and Stacey Marder portray Timberlake, each girl partici- pating in three of the play's six per- formances. Browning Stupp and Scott Marder play Christian Wertenbaker, each taking three performances. Stacey Marder has been in three pre- vious plays in the University Theatre. A perky blonde, she said she enjoys acting but, "rehearsals are boring and I'm afraid I am going to get mixed up opening night." THE IO-YEAR-OLD said she had no thoughts qf following a stage career. Instead, she plans to go to Texas A&M and "study how to be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 14, 1976 New Physician's Assistants Dixon, Miller Ease Center's Medical Personnel Shortage By CHUCK HALEY Daily Reporter Students seeking medical attention at the Health Center may find themselves being aided by a relatively new member of the medical field—the physician's as- sistant. In recent months, the university has added two physician's assistants to help with the many medical woes of its stu- dent body. The assistants are Wilbur Dixon and James Miller. According to Dixon, the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) began the physician's assistant program some 20 years ago because of Photos by PAUL RAINWATER Breathe Deeply Physician's assistant Wilbur Dixon (above) and James Miller (right) offer a smile and a stethoscope examina- tion to any ill student at the Health Center. The pair was hired to reduce the medical- personnel shortage. ) Study Skills Sign-Up Begins Students may now register for the study skill courses ...

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