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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1970

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1970

PAGK 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. September 18.1S70 r ff) San Diego Worries, Eagles Look Tough According to press releases coining from San Diego, North Texas State's weekend is worried. "They look strong at just about every po- sition," comments San Diego State head coach Don Coryell. "North Texas could very well be the toughest defensive team we'll face all season." Coryell also has some reservations about his Aztecs. "We have some rough spots that need correcting," he said. "We'll have to improve over last week (a 3S-3 blasting of Northern Illinois) to keep up with North Texas." There are those around Mean Green land who would like to share, the same thoughts. The Firing Line H. E. Win (8-1 888) San Diego St. at North Texas St. MUaiuippi at Memphis St. Arkansas St. at Wichita State Idaho St. at Tulsa Louisville at Southern Illinois West Texas St. at Lamar Tech Drake at Weber St Dallas at Philadelphia Tarry k«*T 1 <8-1 .888) httSMua <7-2 .777) TMaKdky (7-2 .777) Bca hxtM (7-2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1970

I «C 'I J t Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1970 NO 12 i: f < il ( k V 7 <{ ' 1 i l I t j .■ • i « i U.S. Assembles Forces To Evacuate Citizens manned by American military personnel principally doctors and nurses because only people trained in their use know how to set them up. The Pentagon issued this statement: "We are continuing to take a series of addi- tional precautionary actions to increase the readiness of Army, Navy, Marine and Air f orce units to support an evacuation operation for Americans in Jordan should Maurice Andre \\ \SIIINCiTON (AP) I he United States marshaled land, sea and air forces Monday for possible use in Jordan, but officials insisted that evacuation of Ameri- cans is the only assignment being consid- ered now. And even that didn't seem immi- nent. The Pentagon said infantry and para- troop units at home and in Europe were placed on alert, and extra C130 transports were positioned ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1970

v? v V* IM PAQI >—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY DIALOGUE TuMday. Saptambar 22.1970 ly Jimmy Deming (Editor's Note: The Daily, in the attempt to present campus leaders and controversial figures, publishes the following DIALOGUE with Jimmy Deming, Houston senior, presi- dent of United Students of North Texas.) DAILY—Last year you said you could work closely with the senate, the adminis- tration and with Dr. Kamerick. Now -that Dr. Kamerick is gone—do you still feel you can work closely with the administration? DEMING—Well, the whole summer I've been working with these people, in part, and seeing how they feel about certain issues. I'm not real sure if they are going to go along with everything 1 want or that the students want, for that matter. I can't really say yet because it's up to the senate to come through with a few things, especially these new governmental plans which involve such a radical change from what we have right now. DAILY—What are the changes you want? DEMING—1 would like ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1970

> TuMday, September 22,1970 NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 >i,,i \ I it v> 11 /, c San Diego Blasts Eagles 23-0 NT Suffers First Home Loss in Two Years Great Catch, Ret! Ret Little responded to new position as offensive flanker by catching two passes for 42 yards against San Diego State, including a 33-yarder. Little was formerly a defensive back and was red-shirted last year. Ex-Red Shirt Little Makes Grade North Texas looked green, not mean, in its 23-0 loss to San Deigo State as the impo- tent fcagle offense failed to scratch paydirt for the first time in 42 games. In its first home loss in two years. North Texas managed only minus six yards rush- ing and 59 yards total offense for a com- pletely lackluster offensive performance. Head Coach Rod Rust said last week's baekfield switch "obviously wasn't a suc- cess," but added he hasn't decided on any specific changes yet. The Aztecs won their 24th straight vic- tory, but the valiant North Texas defense grabbed four interceptions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1970

K PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. September 22.197 t £ -V ' ' j • ' ■ ■ a . U'V" I msmmm m i mil M p I r 1 1' 1 .... . ; ■ % \ ■mm mmm mmm m m „N ^ IH S MPV* ' - i 1 I 6KS3 .' : " •: '. .• ••: •••: %'? y' ' 'v. >*< - :•< . . ' TONIGHT? FREE? Yes, and again tomorrow after- noon ! IT ONLY TAKES AN HOUR? Sure, you're studying too long, take a break! Or maybe less IT S A HARD PROPOSITION TO BEAT Improve your reading ability and reduce your study time. i / i\ ' ■i ,w™e. ".Pi -v,^ ^ ^ * * «... • ^ . . We know what you're thinking "# 111 .W ""T ?«w- "Ww.v$& COME to a free Speed Reading Lesson You'll increase your reading speed on the spot! « > Ul '• V •v 1 i) •j ' V r 1 A I % ■ ■ & .* i V' t Tuesday, Sept. 22 4:30 — 7 :30 p.m. • Actually participate in techniques that will increase your reading ability and study speed on the spot. • Learn how you can cut your study time in half. • Learn how you can comprehend and remember more. • Learn why over half-a-million people h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1970

' * WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1970 NO. 13 Purcell Visits Campus To Discuss Research 1 Congressman Graham Purcell of Wich- ita Falls said Tuesday on campus that he is afraid the 18-year-old right-to-vote I law is unconstitutional. "There is no provision in history for such a decision by law. An amendment to | the Constitution is needed," the former state district judge added. Concerning the "no-knock" clause of the recent crime bill from Congress, Purcell said, "The clause is legal. If you are going to catch a criminal, you need to catch him while he is doing the crime not announce your coming. T he law should not be used promiscuously, but it is basic law to use reasonable lorce to catch a criminal." ASKED ABOUT the Denton Post Office appropriation delay, Purcell stated that the appropriation was on the General Services Administration (GSA) bill vetoed by Presi- dent Nixon. "I have been assured by the chairman of the committee (appropriations) that the Denton Post Office appropriatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1970

I mux* FAOI X—THI NORTH T1XAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 64th Yttr North Taxaa Stat* University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office \ i\ ' x 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. Force vs. Reason President Upholds College Peace Plan ¥ T \ . V i College presidents and administrators across the nation will get the word this week informing them of their responsibility to enforce the rule of reason on college campuses. "Those who resort to the rule of force have no place on a college campus," President Nixon said in a letter released by the White House Sunday to nearly 1,000 college officials. According to Associated Press reports, the message accompanied a copy of a recently published article b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1970

i, j r .i I) : «* n v ¥ m Wednesday, September 23.1970 NORTH TEXAS DAILV—PAGE 3 Kendall Hosts Autumn Dance Kendall Hall is hosting its first all-cam- pus Autumn Sweetheart dance tonight from 8 to 11 o'clock in the Women's Gymnsa- ium. "Otis" will provide the music. One of four sweetheart candidates nom- inated by residents of Kendall Hall, will be crowned Autumn Sweetheart at the dance. Nominees are Wanda Harris, Mar- shall senior; Sherry Johnson, TWU fresh- man; Janelle Twyford, Denton sophomore; and Brenda Dickson, Dallas sophomore. Four Kendall Hall residents will act as es- corts for the candidates. Admission to the dance will be $1 for couples and 50 cents for stag men. Un- escorted women will be admitted free. Officers for the Kendall Hall Associa- tion will also be announced at the dance. Nominees include: Dallas freshmen Grisby Baker, and David Maher for president; Mike Curmley, Piano freshman and Dale Ministry Sets Activities For Campus The "Burning Bush", a project of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1970

f: •;■ . : ' 'r PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Dan Watson Shot Pattern Helpful A duck hunter I met last season at an area hot spot for teal took five minutes to explain his potent load and gun combina- tion for these incredibly fast little ducks. He did all his duck shooting with a long barrelled single shot crammed with short magnum No. 4's. This fellow could have saved his shoulder a lot of agony and his pocket book some cash if he'd taken time before the season to pattern his shotgun. The results might have really opened his eyes. MAYBE HIS long smokepole shot ex- ceptionally tight with No. 4's, and this would justify their use, but he probably could have killed just as many ducks and lessened his flinch by using light loads of 6-shot. Shooting was over decoys and most shots were well inside the 50 yard mark. Shotguns are as individual as people. One likes to function with a certain size and make of shot while another won't shoot that load for beans. A shotgun tube marked "full choke" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24,1970 NO 14 ^1 Students Protest Firing of Teacher * «■ TERRY KELLY Editor "We are now going to leave and let you go about your business," Denton Police Chief Wayne Autrey said at 3:30 Wednes- day afternoon. As around 1,500 spectators watched, the Denton police lined up and marched to their cars and drove away. The police left after Chief Autrey con- ferred with administration officials. The conference came after some students told him that the crowd would disperse if the police left. The police left, the crowd soon dispersed; but the issue of the demonstra- tion was unresolved. THE MAIN ISSUES involved were the dismissal of Elizabeth Ann Duke, who was to have taught this semester, and the rights of free speech and assembly. The Protest Denton police were called Wed- nesday afternoon when a group of students protesting the dis- missal of a teacher, among other th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1970

PAQI1—THK NORTH TIXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 64th Year North Texas Stata University Denton. Taxaa ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Thursday, September 24.1970 Orderly Encounters Life Head-On Hospital Work Is Good Preparation for Complex World / ' - i. . v Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office 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. Superficial Standards Intellect Secondary In Beauty Contests The value of an American beauty contest can best be measured in three areas, 36-23-36. The other qualities on which the Miss America contestants are judged are almost as superficial as the three measurements of a woman's body. Intelligence is attributed to the queen because she goes to college and is dedicated to her grades. Poise is a necessary trai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1970

/! ') $ * ' ■ .,' - ?fer..■ v;'Vi;$!>>'- ® f. * } U "t • *« * , i •< Thursday, 8«pt«mb«r 24.1970 NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 X . r i ■ Arley Reece Presents Opera Recital Friday Arley Reece, professional tenor and former NTSU student, will be presented in concert at 8:15 p.m. Friday in the Mu- sic Recital Hall. The Yoakum native made his profession- al debut as a leading tenor March 26, I'>70, in the American Opera Society's produc- tion of Goldmark's "Queen of Sheba" at New York's Carnegie Hall. Reece learned the long, difficult role of "Assad" in German in less than two weeks. Winthrop Sargeant said in "The New Yorker," "He sang with considerable ele- gance of style, with good German enuncia- tion and with requisite warmth. The high notes apparently had no terrors for him. He sang them without effort." Reece was 11-years-old w hen he was discovered by a local school music teacher. His family moved to Dallas, and he began private voice lessons with Mrs. Rae Schu- mann. In 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1970

_____ __ m&QEWm junpro 1 wmti5,'5 li •' ' .'< " ' i : ' •' h§k PAGE 4— NORTH TEXAS DAILY Grid Team Disappoints Students Fans Take Dim View of Play Frustration is reflected in the face of Danny Collins, right, as a tidal wave of San Diego linemen flood the NT backfield. The Eagle of- fense has had a tough time mov- ing the ball in two outings. VI © 3tt*iiiti!ettmirmi[xmin(^7iiiiiiirjfj3rjl^!!'^nrtt*tnt^nii"—fw'niiiixrt'niriinj'-^ilit'cc''' *". ~ ,ti.-' yhyiittj'"jr°* n**".tit■ vr"'t*"":* iwinr-m *: wni * ■> i f,'" km®? 1 ■*•' ' v.'-; Thursday. September 24.1870 Cross-Country Runners Set To Compete at TCU Meet 11 > 1 m White Sox Shutout Royals; Johnson Pitches His First CHICAGO (AP) Rookie Burl John- son pitched his first major league shutout, and veteran Luis Aparicio equaled the all- time major league record for number of games played at shortstop as the Chicago White Sox blanked the Kansas City Roy- als 6-0 Wednesday. Johnson, 20-year old right hander, held the Royals ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1970

I }" 1 ;■'? • - /* ,9 ■ n . ■ I , ?? ; V \ > •< S i * , r Tf ■ I , , .1 |)i ti- ll r The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NORTH TEXA8 STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1970 NO. 16 ts i Students To 'Decide'Case Duke Question Still Open Just Waiting Approximately 350 students gathered shortly after noon in front of the Administration to await the results of a meeting between the President's Cabinet and student representatives. Thursday's meeting came about as a result of a demonstration Wednesday. The purpose of the meeting was to open the lines of communication be tween administration and students. —Photos by Dan Watson A special student court will be set up by students to try the Elizabeth Ann Duke case. The decision to hold their own court was made after a two-and-one-half hour meeting between the President's Cabinet and 9 students representing various factions on campus. "We'll have a whole new trial that won't be legitimate, and it wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1970

PAQK 2—THK NORTH TIXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 64th Yaw North Tmh Stat* University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Lonely Faces Mirror Age-Old Story The Naked Truth: Nobody Wants Us' 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. Time for Requests Building May Ruin Possible Mini-Park It could be "God's Little Acre." It steps off a healthy 180 feet by 210 feet, just a little less than one full acre. The trees on it measure from one-half foot up to 10 feet in circumference in- dicating that many have been here longer than the university itself. The clearing, where the old house was removed, leaves a likely spot for a pond, or benches or perhaps just plain green grass. It has all the aspects of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1970

• 11 V i .1 J I > ' IIf , II / i • 1 I ' V' tl 1 I J 4 li'l . R|i« ijf K V Friday, September 2B, 1970 Around the Campus Dr. Crunk To Address Business Instructors DR. DOROTHY CRUNK of the bus- iness faculty will present a report on educa- tional media at the Texas Business Teachers Education Council in Houston Thursday. DR. VERNON PAYNE, also of the bus- iness faculty, will accompany her. The purpose of the meeting is to consid a proposal to the Texas Education Agency for discussion of business teacher certifica- tion. The meeting is open only to college and university faculty personnel. The Newman Club will begin a sutdy ol the liturgy of the Catholic Church at 8 p.m Monday in the Great Hall of the United Ministries Center. The three-week series will be based on six filmstrips, two of which will be shown each Monday evening. EATHER JIM MILLER. North Texas campus minister, will lead the discussions following the filmstrips. The purpose of the series is to trace the origin of the M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1970

i .V.,".','• > ■ •• ■ ' ' ' to.'- PAQK 4—NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Friday, 8«pt mb«r 26.1970 8j|H9 . &;S,* Good Try, Eagles! Aaron Bonds. 61. and Glynn Hachtel. 30. strain to deflect the ball as San Diago place kicker Al Limahelu boots a 27-yard field goal in the fourth quar- ter of last week's game. San Diego won 23-0. but Bonds gave strong assis- tance to a rugged North Texas defensive effort. Mean Green Names Teammate Bad News "On the field he's all business, every minute," said defensive secondary coach Bill Brashier. "A real pleasure to coach." The man Brashier is refering to is Aaron (Bad News) Bonds, (the nickname came from his teamates) a 5'10", 195 lb. middle linebacker for North Texas' Mean Green defense. He's in his first season for the Eagles after spending two years cracking heads and haraasing opposing quarter- backs for Tyler Junior College. It's a big step from junior college foot- ball to a league such as the Missouri Valley Conference. Bonds has made the trans- issi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1970 NO. 16 k | i I * >; I 3 f . 7 '* ■ ' ' . •" ' , *•' Richard Gill North Texas football player Richard Gill, No. 55, senior from Woodville, died Sunday night in Flow Memorial Hospital from an apparent blood clot in his lung. The middle linebacker underwent surgery on his knee and re- turned to the hospital two weeks ago for treatment of an infection. News Capsules Council To Be Formed By Dorm Presidents Presidents of the 14 campus residence halls will form a Presidents Council at an organizational meeting at 4 p.m. Wednes- day in the office of Mrs. ( arol ( happell. assistant dean of students. The function of the council will he to "work as a unit to finance residence hall programming," Mrs. Chappell said. She cited coffee-house-circuit and top- name entertainment as possible projects. I he council will also work with long-range plans for improving reside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1970

PAOK 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily Tuaaday, September 28.1870 54th North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KEI.LEY 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. City, County Benefit Schools Take Role In Economic Base A report in which NTSU and TWU play prominent roles was completed July 15. Because it acknowledges the universities as an economic factor for the city of Denton, it should be of interest to students. Entitled "Denton, Texas—Economic Base, The Site, The People, Land Use," the report was prepared for city officials by Marvin Springer and As- sociates for "future planning efforts and capital expenditures in Denton." What is impressive about it is the extent...

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