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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1970

Thrusday, September 10,1970 THE NORTH TEXAS OAILY — PAGE 1 > X « > 1 / f it Eyecatcher This week's Eyecatcher is Jackie Bar- ret, Comanche sophomore, majoring in English and minoring in Spanish and music. Jackie is a member of the Bap- tist Student Union. She enjoys watch- ing people and plays jazz flute for a rock band called WPA. —Photos by Judy Quarles Around the Campus NT Band Seeks Members Several vacancies and alternate spots are still available in the Marching Band, MAU- RICE MCADOW, director of the March- ing Band, said Tuesday. Music majors, as well as non-music ma- jors, are eligible to audition, McAdow said. "When we come across the field we like to know various departments in school are represented in the band, he said. "The events are attended by everyone from the departments." A total of 150 members will be assembled on the field for the first home game Sept. 19 with San Diego State. There are about live vacancies remaining with alternates also needed. During the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 September 1970

I PF> PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY H. E. Williams UH: House of Horrors Awesome? Horrendous? Descriptive, yes, but somehow, just not enough to describe the University of Hous- ton's 1970 football situation. Take a team that went 9-2 last year in- cluding a 36-7 humiliation of powerful Auburn in the Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl, return five offensive and seven defensive starters and try to imagine what agonies Bill Yeoman has dreamed up for opponents since last Dec. 31. Figure in that all but four of 22 starters for 1970 played enough to letter in 1969 and that the Cougars have lettermen two- deep in four or five positions and it's easy to become lost for words. LAST SEASON was a heartbreaking disaster for the Cougars. Playboy rated them No I in the nation in its pre-season poll. Sports Illustrated placed them 16th. But opening back-to-back losses to Flordia (59-34) and Oklahoma State (24- 18) clobbered the Cougars' hopes for any- body's national championship. In spite of the slow start, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1970

The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11,1970 NO. 7 1/ 1 * f r | i Kicking Up Spirit This crowd of spirited students greet the eight varsity cheerleaders when they opened up NTSU's football season Thursday night with a spirit rally across the street from the Union Building. The rally, the first in a series of weekly rallies, included the introduction of the 1970 Eagles, and music by the NTSU Marching Band. llillll!!!ll!!l|lill!llllllllllll!llllll!lll!lllll!ini|l!!!!K NEWS CAPSULES 3 Interuniversity Council To Elect New Chairman The Interuniversity Council, composed of representatives of most of the universi- ties in North Texas, will elect a new chair- man-elect Wednesday to replace Dr. John Kamerick, former North Texas president, who was to take office in January. He will replace Dr. Willis Tate, SMIJ president, in January as head of the council, Dr. James Rogers, vice president of admin- istrative aff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1970

a /v.. PAOi 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 11,1S70 ■ The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent Secretary-General U Thant of the United Nations says it's time for the international community to take steps to control hijack- ers. But it's going to be a tough problem to crack, for a lot of reasons One big reason is an indication, by the record, that hijacking can be an effective political tool. Another is that nations in which the piracies occur do not want to do anything about it or have become help- less to stop it. There are other reasons why hijackers are likely to remain major headaches to world transport for an indefinite future. Hijacking for ransom not only is an at- tractive weapon for extremists, but it also does precisely what they want the most: it calls attention of the world to their de- mands. In the U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1970

V 't *• \ V Friday, September 11,1970 I J i . 1/ • : Drummer To Conduct NT Percussion Clinic Star drummer Ed Shaughnessy, member of Doc Severinsen's NBC Orchestra, will be returning to the North Texas campus for the second consecutive year Saturday to conduct a percussion clinic in the Music Re- cital Hall. The program will be free and open to the public beginning at 2:30 p.m. During the program, Shaughnessy will demonstrate the playing of a drum set and the tabla, a drum typical of the percussion music in India. Shaughnessy, who plays nightly on John- ny Carson's " The Tonight Show," perform- ed with the Lab Band last year and headed a similar clinic on campus, Local Churches Hold Reception For NT, TWU The University Church of Christ and the Church of Christ Bible Chair will hold a re- ception for NT and TWU at 6:30 p.m. today. The reception will be in the church park- ing area at the corner of West Prairie and Welch. After the reception Jack Exum, for- mer missionary to Northern I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1970

PAGE 4—THS NORTH TEXAS DAILY James Ritchie I BYU: Black Target < A gathering wave of protest against a re- cently reaffirmed doctrine of the Mormon Church that Negros be denied admission to the priesthood, is creating turmoil at Brig- ham Young University. The protests are not rooted in any sport, but in the attitude toward Negroes of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which runs Brigham Young University and claims 96 per cent of its students as mem- bers, THE DOCTRINE that men with black skin are not qualified to enter the church's priesthood was incorporated in the writings of the church's prophet-founder, Joseph Smith. Mormons believe these writings were direct revelations from God. The church has been condemned as racist by various civil rights groups, which see in athletics a quick, effective way to dramatize the issue and attract widespread attention. Athletic protests against "The Y," Utah jargon that identifies Brigham Young, start- ed last year. During a ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1970

I Wi ■' .. ''vyk" „ • '■ ■ The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1970 NO. 8 0 I Jj • ' f. fflRjl. k Denton Girl Wins Miss America 7977 The new Miss America. Phyllis George of Denton, will make one of her first official television appearances Tuesday night on Johnny Carson's "The Tonight Show.'' Phyllis, a former North Texas student was crowned Sat- urday night in Atlantic City. N.J. NEWS CAPSULES Angel Flight Completes Initial Step for Rush North Texas' Royal N. Baker Angel Flight completed registration of potential rushees Thursday night with the Walk-in Board. "Angel Flight Rush consists of three steps," Major James B Corser III, Angel Flight advisor, said. "The first step is the Walk-in Board which gives the members a chance to look at the girls." The second phase is the marching drill "We don't expect the girls to know anything about drilling, but we have practice sessions before the Marching B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1970

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r j I- ff II; I I 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. Just Citizens Stop Designating Ethnic Americans Why is it that a natural-born citizen who has Mexican ancestry is identi- fied as a Mexican-American? Is it to preserve his culture or his heritage or his family or his individual pride? Whatever the purpose, the title or label represents a stigma from which prejudices are formulated. The term Mexican-American is seen through the eyes of white, front-porch. Middle America as a member of an ethnic group. It is human nature to judge entire races on who they are rather than what they are. A country that was developed from a h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1970

Ww$w. TuMday, September IB, 1970 THE NORTH TEXAS OAILY—PAGE 3 • I . t v: f; • /; \i * 1 - ! k Around the Campus NTSU To Sponsor Leadership Seminar The National Leadership Conference, a series of meetings and lectures which at- tempts to prepare students for campus lead- ership, will be hosted by North Texas State Sept. 25-27. Training in leadership and communica- tion will be the aim of the conference and all students are qualified to register for the sessions. A S35 fee, which does not include lodging or meals, is required. * ♦ * MRS. ALMA AYER, assistant dean of students, said this will be the first time the seminar has been held in the Denton area. The national business organization, which is sponsoring the conference, holds similar conferences on various college campuses throughout the year. The Denton Holiday Inn will be the site of the 3-day seminar. Additional informa- tion is available from Mrs. Ayer in the Dean of Students Office. « Male students interested in becoming a me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1970

HI ■;l| PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY H. E. Williams Tulsa No Paper Tiger There is no picture on the front of the 1970 Missouri Valley Conference football guide this year. Instead, the cover features a red, white and blue torch with a starred and striped football in front of it. All this is on white with a very patriotic flair. Page one has a picture though. Cedric Hardman is applying a jersey grab on Wichita QB Bob Renner during last year's North Texas homecoming affair, which NT won 47-0. Inside, the guide gives four pages to each school in the conference including Drake, Bradley and West Texas State, which do not compete for the football title. Drake and WTSU will compete soon, however. THE OTHER non-participant in foot- ball is St. Louis. They don't even play foot- ball there but, so help me, they are in the MVC guide—with an 11-game soccer sche- dule. Now soccer is nothing to laugh at with the likes of Lamar Hunt and Pele mixed up in it. That holds true for St. Louis as well. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1970 NO. 9 V ! >1 i I It I k I Organization Seeks To Recruit More Students and Teachers Los Chicanos Designed To Help Mexican-Americans Los Chicanos, which organized on cam- pus last spring, wants to help "its own" and make the college and community more aware of its existance. As Tito Guerrero, graduate student from Karnes City and president of the organiza- tion, said: "We'd like to establish ourselves as mid- dle men for Chicano students and help them get financial aid for college. We'd also like to recruit more Chicano students and teach- ers to this campus." THE 75-MEMBER organization, which is composed of Mexican-American students who are interested in the problems of their people, is currently meeting at the Immaculate Conception Parish Center, 1215 N. Elm on Sundays at 2 p.m. It is in the process of obtaining campus recogni- tion from the administr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1970

I % 5 I ! i' I E C '~,i II PAGK 2—TMi NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texas State University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Office of Printing Wednesday, September 19,1970 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 thai of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Criticism Unfair Should Youth Hide Heads in Sand? Blazed across the top of page one in the Sunday Enterprise, edited by Jerry Stout, was the headline, "NTSU English Text Book Selection Blast- ed," and then Stout's version of the Dick West editorial, "A Shocking Start For A Freshman." It seems that Stout has spoken before he looked, just as West did. He says that he read the West article and was "impressed" by it, but nowhere does he hint that he bothered to read Phase Blue....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1970

WtdnMday, September 10,1970 ■ ; \* \ I, A \ i . P. « Dr. Roe Writes Music Textbook A new book by Dr. Paul Roe of the music faculty is an outgrowth of materials he has been accumulating for his NTSU classes over the last few years. Dr. Roe was approached in 1962 by George Evans, then college chairman of Prentice-Hall, Inc. Publishers, who asked if the music educator was interested in com- piling his notes into a book. The result, "Choral Music Education," is a comprehensive look at the various fac- ets of vocal music education. Manuscript copies were used in secondary methods and conducting classes here for six years. Yell Practice Set , For Cheerleaders A practice session for all freshmen wish- ing to run for cheerleader will be held Satur- day at 10 a.m. in front of the Men's Gymna- sium. The six NTSU varsity cheerleaders will be at the session to instruct the candidates. The frosh yell leaders will be required to present the cheer they learn Saturday, plus one of their own, in off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1970

PAGI 4—THC NORTH TEXAS DAILY Hf ' v| I 1 I 1 I Dan Watson iv-.i rgiiii Barge Fishing Plentiful When the first gun sounds on Sept. 1, the tendency is to take up the scatter gun and forget the fishing rod entirely. But fall is a good time to do some pro- ductive fishing in the North Texas area. Cooler nights and days stimulate the fish who have been hiding out in deep water watching water skiers all summer. With the coming of fall, the lakes become a little more quiet and the fishermen a little fewer, but the fish are there and hungry. THE EASIEST way to get in some good fishing (for those not familiar with area lakes) is to go to a fishing barge. These barges sell food, tackle and bait, and are easy to fish from—if a fisherman keeps a few things in mind. They can produce large strings of fish for those familiar with barge fishing techniques. Here's how to score. First of all, unless you are a dedicated carp fisherman, don't fish inside a barge where the air conditioners and color TV ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1970

I, I 1 1/ I *V' The North Texas Daily . ' V 54TH YEAR Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1970 NO. 10 President Warns Against Violence Nixon Calls for 'Uncompromising Stand' Against Perpetrators MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Presi- dent Nixon, warning in a campus speech against condoning violence as a political tactic, called Wednesday for "an uncom- promising stand against those who reject the rules of civilized conduct." "The time has come for us to recognize that violence and terror have no place in a free society, whoever the perpetrators and whatever their purported cause," said Nixon. He described as a "cancerous disease" the nation's spreading incidents of bomb- ings, attacks on policemen, campus violence and aircraft hijacks. A STANDING-ROOM crowd estimated at 15,000, mainly students and faculty, jammed Ahearn Fieldhouse at Kansas State University and gave Nixon a thunderous reception, and long ovations at various points. A sma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1970

V'' '' E2 TK'r 1 II PAQI2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily S4th Year North Texas State University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Office of Printing Thursday, Saptambar 17,1970 Population Could Zoom to Zillion Concerned Group Reviews Possible Solutions 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 Improvements Desired Careless Editorials Cultivates Criticism Current editorial writing practice on the North Texas Daily could stand some examining and possibly some strengthening. Editorials are not as ef- fective or as well-written as they might possibly be. The editorials editor assigns each student editor a certain due date for an editorial. The page editor is expected to turn in something on the date as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1970

■ f r--"rr^.wW % | t « «•* i I ? Thursday, September 17,1S70 Movie Review THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Contrast Hurts ? 'Hello, Dolly!' BY LARRY GRIGSBY Staff Writer Unfortunately, 'Hello, Dolly!' was not produced before 'Funny Girl.' When the two Barbara Streisand pictures are compar- ed, Dolly Levi comes in as a poor second to Fanny Brice. Comparisons between the two movies are inevitable, and it is unfortunate because Dolly is not as bad as the comparison shows it to be. 'Hello, Dolly!' opened Wednesday at the ABC Cinema. Dolly is a rather ordinary, uninspired, large-scale musical comedy. Nothing great. Nothing poor. Count on the music and dancing to carry this story of a matchmaker who sets out to get herself a husband. But don't count too hard. Few of the songs, with the exception of the title song, will stick with the viewer after he leaves the theater, but the audience will remember the glitter and the sparkle of the costumes and the settings. This film belongs to Barbara Str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1970

. D PAGE 4—TMI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Sob Campbell Economics Clears Ali ifW; K :flw ' ;.a . Thursday. September 17.1970 Mohammed Ali (Cassius Clay) will re- turn to the ring after a three-year layoff in an Oct. 26 bout with Jerry Quarry, ranked in Ring Magazine as the No. I heavyweight contender. Ali, banned from boxing by his refusal to enter military service on religious grounds, is suddenly finding legal doors opening for him that have been previously shut air tight. Six years ago, Ali breathed new life in a decaying sport when, as a brash 22-year- old, he pranced, danced and defeated Sonny Liston for the heavyweight championship. That same year, Ali embraced the Black Muslim religion. The popularity faucet turned off and he was booed and harrangu- ed with each ring appearance. IN 1967, Ali was drafted and he refused on grounds of being a Muslim minister. The lower court in Houston judged him in- sincere and denied his re-classification. Ali appealed and the court battle was on and is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1970

W .* y,' y ■ J^;.* rm 'T^m- The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1970 NO. 11 I) ' i V .k n" Jordan Claims Victories Guerrillas Resist New Regime BEIRUT, Lebonon (AP) — King Hus- sein's army threw armored might at Pales- tinian guerrillas across Jordan Thursday in an attempt to crush an uprising against the desert nation's new military regime. By nightfall, the army claimed it had broken guerrilla resistance in Amman and the guerrilla stronghold of Zarqa, 15 miles northeast of the capital. Many casualties were reported by both sides. Guerrilla communiques broadcast by sympathetic governments in Iraq and Syria claimed victories for the guerrillas but at the same time guerrilla broadcasts from inside Jordan appealed for outside help. Hussein's army totals about 55,0(X) men while the guerrillas' rolls list 32,000. But the latter are scattered and their organiza- tion is splintered and disordered. Late ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1970

PAG I 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texai State University Denton, Tcxti ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Office of Printing Friday. September 18.1S70 Dilemma Looms Over Ghetto Life v Time Dreary on 'Mother's Day 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 Nation Grateful? Gl Bill Says Thanks To Poor Veterans The affluent society has come out en masse on college campuses again this year and North Texas is no exception. A brief survey taken on one block of Avenue A within the campus pro- duced the following figures: Of 27 cars parked on one side of the street, 22 were 1968 or newer; one was over 10 years old; two were licensed out of state (one Wyoming, one Louisiana); 11 had engines of 350-cubi...

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