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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1976

i T \ T l! & Thursday, October 14, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 Canada, Africa Face Ban Palmer Seeks Olympic Committee Support BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — World sports officials are being asked to ap- prove a 10-year ban on all internalional sports events in Canada and a five-year ban on the African countries which walked out of the Montreal Olympics. The startling proposition came from Charles Palmer, president of the Inter- national Judo Federation. His plan dropped like a bomb on the start of a week-long meeting between the ex- ecutive board of the International Olym- pic Committee (IOC) and the 26 federa- tions which control Olympic sports. PALMER, AN Hnglishman with a growing influence in the Olympic move- ment, is pursuing a militant line against the Canadian government, which refused entry to the athletes of Taiwan for the Olympics at Montreal last July. He also favors strong sanctions against the 29 African nations which boycotted the games on short notice in protest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1976

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 14, 1976 Cagers Premiere in Midnight Scrimmage By KIM JINDRA Special Winer Remember the old saying, the early bird catches the worm? That is what Head Basketball Coach Bill Blakeley will be trying to do when he begins basketball practices with an in- trasquad scrimmage at the earliest time possible, one minute into Friday at 12:01 a.m. "I just couldn't wait, I had to get the jump on everybody else," Blakeley ex- plained about the early hour Tor prac- tice. "I thought that nobody had ever done anything like this before until one of my assistants told me Maryland did it last year." HE ADMITS that although he is exci- ted, some of his players are a little upset about the early game. "I think it's neat, but I think some of my players are a lit- tle mad at me," he said. The NCAA doesn't allow basketball teams to begin practice until Oct. IS, but they don't say what time the workouts can begin. Blakeley, in his second year as coach for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1976

•: I I I i I • 4 4* i ) \ 71 Newscaps > Texas Swine Flu Program Resumes Monday AUSTIN (AP)—The Texas Department of Health announced Thursday that the swine flu vaccination program will be resumed Monday. Dr. Raymond T. Moore, executive director of the department, said the state agency never had any doubts about the safety of the viccine, but delayed its resumption until Monday to notify all the volunteer workers. The department had suspended the program after reports two days ago of several deaths throughout the nation of elderly people shortly after they were vaccinated. On Thursday, federal officials said they had completed an investigation and found no connection between the deaths and the vaccine. Dr. Moore sajd the experience with the vaccine in Texas "has been good so far." Two elderly persons died in Texas shortly after they were vaccinated, but state officials said their deaths could not be attributed to the vaccine. Denton League Sends Delegates To Debates Jo Luker and L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1976

- ' V^-mn ir-v;;. PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 15, 1976 ______ An Editorial Rule Denies Equal Time By refusing to review a Federal Communica- tions Commission (FCC) decision that political debates and news conferences are exempt from the equal time doctrine, the U.S. Supreme Court has failed to look after the best interests of the American people. Tuesday the court rejected appeals brought by several groups, which contended the revised FCC rules denies independent candidates their First Amendment rights and violates equal time re- quirements of federal law. The equal time principle says that if one can- didate is given use of broadcast facilities, other qualified candidates for the same office must be afforded equal opportunity. The FCC rule, issued Sept. 25, 1975, and upheld last April by a 2-1 vote of the U.S. Court of Ap- peals in Washington, permits live broadcasting of news conferences and debates if a network deter- mines they are bona fide news events and no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1976

/ ./ If. 11 h II • Friday, October 15, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Musicians To Perform Lincoln Center Group Plays Monday By MARILYN ROBINSON Daily Reporter The Chamber Music Society of Lin- coln Center performs Monday at 8:15 p.m. in the Lyceum. Sponsored by the Fine Arts Series, the nine-menber chamber music group is recognized for its distinguished solo performances. Founded in 1969, the society is the product of a survey of the chamber music field and the New York chamber music audience. The group's director, Charles Wadsworth, conducted the sur- vey over a three-year period for the Lin- coln Center. THE GROUP made its debut with three programs in September 1969 and Cast of Clowns Cast members of "Godspell" include Dana Wilson, left, Keith Ful- lenwider and Lynn Campbell. Sponsored by the United Ministries Center, the musical will be presented by the Celebration Singers of St. Stephen United Methodist Church in Mesquite. launched its first regular subscription season in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1976

PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY WBm ■' Romanian Physicists Plan Tour Two Romanian physicists from the Romanian State Committee for Nuclear Energy will visit NT Oct. 24-27 as part of their survey of America's physics education and research processes. One of the visitors, Dr. Sevastian Rapeanu is the head of the division of training and specializing of personnel of the State Committee for Nuclear Energy in Romania. This is equivalent to a department head for the National Science Foundation (NSF) in America, Dr. J. L. Duggan of the physics faculty said. The other, Dr. D. Danila Barb, is the senior scientist in the laboratory of nuclear methods in solid state physics at the Institute of Atomic Physics in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Rapeanu and Dr. Barb are par- ticularly interested in the way NT will use the $300,000 grant for Comprehen- sive Assistance to Undergraduate Science Education (CAUSE), received from the NSF last month, Dr. Duggan said. The NSF and the American Physical Society have...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1976

/ ■ / / it \ ♦ ♦ 4 \ * /" if Friday, October 15, 1976 q THE NdflTH TEXAS DAILY PAGE 5 Daily Staff Predictions Cumulated results of last week's Dally Staff Predictions were 61-29: Terry Pair (6-3), Robin Horton (6-3), Nancy Deen (4-5), Nancy Cochran (7-2), Scott Daniels (5-4), David Matustik (6-3), Paul Rainwater (8-1), David Board (6-3), Vlckl Bridges (7-2) and Jim Poyner (6-3). Theme Confuses Many Argo Explains Homecoming Motif GAMES Terry Pair Robin Horton Nancy Oeen Randy E. Pruett Nancy Cochran Scott White Jim Poyner Ralph Winingham Cathy Sulak David Matustik (29-19) .604 (32-16) .666 (31-17) .645 (18-11) .620 (19-10) .655 (19-10) .655 (6-9) .666 (22-8) .733 (8-2) .800 (26-10) .722 Houston—SMU Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston SMU Houston Houston Houston Houston Baylor- Texas A&M Baylor A&M Baylor A&M Baylor Baylor A&M Baylor A&M Baylor Alabama- Tennessee Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Texas Tech- Rice T ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1976

. • • . 3 DAILY PAGE 6 —THE NORTH NT Faces WTSU Saturday Friday. October 15, 1976 Green To Hunt Buffalo Helpful Hints Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Women's Basketball Coach Cherrl Rapp instructs Regenla Wil- liams on her technique during tryouts held Wednesday. The tryouts will resume Tuesday and Wednesday. Chapman Operation Proves Successful Walter Chapman, injured NT nose guard, had a loose tendon in his leg tightened during exploratory surgery Tuesday at Westgate Hospital and Medical Center, according to John Porche, athletic trainer. "He should be able to go back into rehabilitation as soon as the cast is off," Porche said. Fred Graham, sports information director, added that no cartilage was damaged and that Chapman, who was recently red-shirted for the remainder of the 1976 football season, should be ready for spring training when it rolls around. Being red-shirted means he will not play this year and will not lose a year of eligibility. Chapman himself seemed optimistic about spend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1976

TT V The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 28 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1976 E\ i\ 4 1J Campaigners Prepare for Election ] Council Faces Street Closing Photos by BARRON LUDLUM Campaign Leaders As the Nov. 2 elections draw near, both parties are stepping up campaign efforts. Bill Brannon (Above) hands out campaign literature to Mary Jeanne Fancher, Denton senior, at the Denton Democratic headquarters and Phyliss Babcock (right) looks over campaign literature at the Denton Republican headquarters. Denton County Democrats and Republicans are gearing up for the last few weeks of campaign- ing as they try to draw the undecided voters to their column on the ballot in the Nov. 2 election. Democratic party representative Mike Page said Monday, "We plan to walk the block. That is, people will walk their own neighborhood and try to get their neighbors to vote for Jimmy Carter." Volunteers will be going door to door distributing Carter campaign literature. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Robin Horton Tuesday, October 19, 1976 ,/ Survey Sizes Local Clubs In a town where the most exciting activity is said to be going to Dallas or Fort Worth, one enterprise seems to hold quite a few faithful followers. At least there are plenty of these establishments around, that is, the private club. So for those of you who are avid club-goers or who might want to check one of the bars out sometime, here are the results of a recent survey of some of the more popular places which expend their efforts toward attracting the college crowd. This is by no means intended to be an advertisement for the private clubs but an unbiased report on what you can expect to find. Are you ready? Let's begin: DOC HOLIDAY'S Live entertainment is a specialty of Doc's. Along with the entertainment comes the cover charge, but many people think it's worth it since this club, located at 113 Ave. A across from the Language Building, is almost always crowded. The rough-wood finish t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1976

By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter To the average college student, the '50s rock 'n' roll nostalgia craze probably is, or was, a passing fad, but not to George Gimarc, Dallas sophomore, and Andy Waldrop, Houston junior. The duo, both radio-TV majors, host "Juke Box Saturday Night" on Denton's KDNT-FM. The show originally aired Saturday nights, but because of NTSU Saturday night foot- ball, was moved to 6 p.m. through mid- night Tuesdays. "When My Pimples Turn to Dimples," "Wake Up Little Suzi," "Johnny Angel" and "Splish Splash"are typical program fare. THE PAIR'S combined collection of 6,000 singles and 1,100 albums provides the program music. Their six-hour week- ly program is made up entirely of listeners' requests for rock tunes of 1952 through 1968. At 19, Gimarc is too young to remember the early days of rock, but Waldrop, 24, said he remembers listen- ing to rock radio in 1960 when he was 8- years-old. "George is a more avid collector," Waldrop said. In addition to singles a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1976

PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Fraternity Plans House Opening Tuesday, October 19, 1976 Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity has set Nov. 13, Homecoming day, as the date for the formal opening ol its nearly com- pleted house, according to President Kevin Keith, Houston senior. The $250,000 structure located at 1234 Ave. A, represents about five years' work on the part of the chapter. THE THREE-story, stucco-finished house was begun in June by L. L. McAninch Construction Company. Although Oct. I was set as a target date for completion, administrative delays caused building to fall behind schedule, Keith said. According to fraternity officer Lee Richardson, the house combines the best features of a fraternity house with the advantages of apartment living. It will New Course To Examine German Lit A new German literature course, which will be taught in English, will be offered next semester, Dr. Mariana Oonk of the foreign language faculty said Tuesday. I German 310 will be a study of 20th Century...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1976

I i l) Tuesday, October 19, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 Firms Hold Interviews Job interviews for seniors, graduate students and alumni interested in business, industrial and governmental careers will be held Monday through Oct. 29 in the Career Planning and Placement Office, University Union 320, by representatives of several companies, according to John Brooks office direc- tor. Those interested in being interviewed must register with the Placement Office and sign the company interview schedule before the interview. The interview schedule is: MONDAY Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.; D. C. Spitzer, 320M, Jon DeWitt, 320N; ac- counting assistant (B.B.A., M B.A ); firmwide positions; United States citizenship required (or permanent visa); December graduates only. OCT. 26 Employer's Insurance of Texas; Louis Rosen; claims adjuster, underwriter, Sports Briefs Basketball Tryouts Resume for Women Tryouts for the 1976-77 women's basketball team will resume today and Wednesday. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1976

if*'. P ; PAQE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ Tuesday, October 19, 1976 T-r^v|£-;;^ Ac M mm Defeat Buffs Green Prepares for New Mexico State But Where's Our Runner? Photo by BARRON LUDLUM UT-EI Paso runners close in on Desmond O'Con- nor of Angelo State to take the lead in the United States Track and Field Federation Southwestern cross-country championship held at the Golf Course Friday. The UT-EI Paso runners finished first through sixth, O'Conner seventh and the Arkansas runner eight. NT runners did not place. The same course will be used Nov. 22. NT Beats TCU, UT-Austin Soccer Team Skunks Foes By MARK G. BURROWS Daily Reporter The NT soccer team defeated TCU 6- 0 and UT-Austin iO-O this weekend at Fouts Field. NT's record is now 12-1-1. Goalkeeper Julius Bejsovec, Prague, Czechoslovakia, senior, recorded his sixth and seventh shutouts in fourteen games. In five of its last eight games, NT has shut out its opponents. In the last eight games, NT has scored 45 goals to its op- ponents'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1976

*1 - Ford, Carter Trade Charges of National Neglect By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With only two weeks left in the presidential campaign, President Ford and Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter stuck with familiar tactics Tues- day, each accusing the other of neglecting essential national needs. Campaigning in Miami, Carter told the American Public Health Association that the Nixon and Ford administra- tions were responsible for "slashing one essential health care program after another." FORD USED a White House Rose Garden ceremony to say, "There still re- mains an insistent cry that we slash bil- lions and billions of dollars from our defense budget in order to pay for a galaxy of new social programs." The President never mentioned his Democratic opponent by name during his remarks, after receiving an award for his "yeoman effort to maintain the peace." Ford repeatedly has accused Carter of advocating cuts of up to SIS billion in the defense budget. Carter has said he can't remember using t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 20, 1976 r. Collinsworth Creations Photos by PAUL RAINWATER University Architect Dan Collinsworth draws more than plans for the next construction project on campus—he is an accomplished artist as well. Collinsworth uses various mediums in his works, in- cluding acrylics, watercolors and oils. His work is on display at the Gallery of the University Union through Oct. 29. Architect Collinsworth Shapes World Of Acrylic, OH, Watercolor Paintings By JF.FF HENSLEY, Special Writer Dan Collinsworth's art work brightens the walls of his office in the Administration Building as much as the fluorescent lights overhead illuminate the large architectural drawing table in the center of the room. Collinsworth, university architect since last fall, began painting while studying architecture at Texas Tech in the late '60s and took to it in a serious way while doing a two-year hitch in the Marines at San Diego. "It was the best form of therapy availab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1976

Wednesday, October 20, 1970 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 i 'Gift of Time' Opens Thursday; Theme Examines Euthanasia The University Theatre's second production of the year, "A Gift of Time," opens its curtains Thursday for a two week run. The play will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, as well as Oct. 28-30. Tickets are on sale at the University Union ticket office and the University Theatre ticket booth for $1.50 each. The play is the true story of Charles Wertenbaker, an editor of Time magazine, who died of cancer in 1955. Wertenbaker is played by Byron Buchanan, Garland freshman. Werten- baker's wife, Lael, is played by Diana Ingraham, Lubbock senior. Cindy Hanson, assistant director, said, "Euthanasia is the theme of the play, as Wertenbaker chooses suicide over a slow, painful death." The play's director, Dr. Carl Marder of the drama faculty, said, "The play is very thought provoking since most of us do not stop and think about death." The 38 member NT cast includes s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1976

I I PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 20, 1976 Texas College Teachers Ask for Salary Increase By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter To restore faculty incomes to the 1968-69 level of real income, the TACT House of Delegates voted Saturday in Austin to ask for a 10 per cent increase for 1977-78. The adoption of this position was one of the many which the Texas Associa- tion of College Teachers (TACT), will be supporting when the legislature meets in January. NT delegates who attended the meeting were Dr. Jeannine Wilkins of the speech communication and drama faculty, Dr. Don Smith of the biology faculty, Kjell Johansen of the foreign language faculty. Dr. Cliff Hardy of the education faculty, Dr. Denis Conrady of the computer science faculty and Dr. Gene Wright of the English faculty. THE 10 per cent increase for faculty which TACT endorses would consist of 7.8 per cent across the board and 2.2 per cent for merit (to be determined by a personnel committee within the depar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1976

THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 ♦ i ♦ i ♦ * I Officials Slight NT Shoplifting Thefts Cost University Store $15,000 Thunderbird Touch Up Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Cadet Capt. Richard Middleton, Farmers Branch senior, applies the finishing touches to his painting of the Air Force Thunderbirds on the wall of the Air Force ROTC dayroom. Cadets from the Cadets Repaint Dayroom detachment spent 20 hours during the weekend repainting their dayroom and decorating its walls with paintings of the various aircraft included in the Air Force inventory. 'Air Show' Decorates Walls By JOSEPH M. MA7.ZA Daily Reporter It looks as if it's an air show. Four Thunderbirds flying T38s in a precision drill lead to an FI6 fighter craft. A few paces away, there it is, the con- troversial Bl bomber. An early prototype of the space shut- tle is headed for a moon outlined in precise detail. An SR7I reconnaisance aircraft moves toward an F4 E-serics fighter- borpber. The scene is a pictorial representation of many kin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1976

Tough Slate, Early Start ' Cagers Gird for Season By FRANK DUTY Daily Reporter One or the roughest schedules in re- cent years faces the basketball team this season as it competes against no teams with less than a Division I rating begin- ning with Centenary Nov. 29 in Denton. In its second year as a Division I in- dependent, NT will play such opponents as Oral Roberts University, Baylor and Kansas State. A crowd of about 1,000 fans gathered last Friday at the "Super Pit" at 12:01 a.m. as the White squad defeated the Green squad 101-99 in the basketball team's first intrasquad scrimmage of the season. Head basketball Coach Bill Blakeley called the early morning scrimmage in order to get practice in at the earliest possible moment. According to Nation- al Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) regulations, basketball teams could not begin practice until Oct. 15. Thus, Biakeley's squad got a slight jump on the competition with the game. He added, however, that one of the big reasons f...

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