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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 30 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1976 t State Sets Execution Date for Two Men DALLAS (AP)—For the first time since 1964, the State of Texas has told two men the days they must die in the electric chair for crimes they committed. Jerry Lane Jurek and Ernest Benjamin Smith Jr. are the first of 48 death row in- mates to have their appointments with death set officially by the state since the new death penalty law was established in I973. Earlier this year the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the law was constitutional. SMITH, 28-YEARS-OLD father of two, was told by Dallas District Judge R.T. Scales Wednesday he would die in the electric chair "anytime before sunrise" Nov. 22. Jurek, 25, was taken from his death row cell in the Texas Department of Corrections at Huntsville to Cuero Tuesday where a judge ordered him ex- ecuted Jan. 19, also "before sunrise." Smith, an Army veteran who spent 18 months in Vietnam, stood motion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 21, 1976 An Editorial Agenda Lacks Proposal The Board of Regents meets this morning at 9:30, and one item that is missing from the agenda is the proposal to allow the sale of beer and wine in the University Union. The issue was put before the regents this past summer and was defeated by a 5-3 vote. Regents Hugh Wolfe and Carroll Sullivant led the anti- liquor faction. Wolfe based his vote on the reasoning that alcohol is the forerunner to drug addiction and il- lustrated this by recounting a story of a TCU stu- dent he knew that began drinking beer and ended up an alcoholic and drug addict. He implied in this analogy that he has very little faith in the ability of North Texas students to face the use of alcoholic beverages with maturity. Wolfe labeled the proposal "the whims of a few who have more freedoms now than they can handle." He is mistaken. The results of the Student Government As- sociation's referendum vote in September reveal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1976

o Thursday, October 21, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 \ I k t * * 1 4 i Parade Will Begin Homecoming Events By SHIRLEE OWEN Daily Reporter This year's traditional Homecoming torchlight parade and bonfire, spon- sored by the Talons and cheerleaders, will be Nov. 12. The parade will begin at the Library Mall at 6:30 p.m. The cheerleaders and the Talons will lead the torchlight parade to Fouts Field. At the stadium, the cheerleaders will lead the crowd in several cheers and Stu- dent Government Association President Raoul Smyth will announce the Homecoming Queen. After being crowned queen, she will light the bon- fire. LUMBER COLLECTION for the bonfire will begin at noon Nov. 10 and continue until 4 p.m. Nov. 12. "No wood is to be brought to Fouts Field before that time. There will be university trucks and drivers available between these limes (from noon Nov. 10 to 4 p.m. Nov. 12), for anyone needing them," Glenn Overstreet, Denton freshman, said. This year, for the first time, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1976

' ■ Jj' im-m s v- PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 21, 1970 I I Carriage Shell Za Poppinl The beloved peanur, favorire of every party (even elephants love em!)... is now o delightful conversation-piece pendant in rich Reed & Barton pewter, lavishly gold-plated (or plain). And shucks, the cost is... peanuts! Gift-boxed, 18" chain included. 24Kr. Gold Vermeil S6?5 Solid Pewrer $4.95 Barnett 's JEWELERS SINCE 1912 909 Ave. C 387-1332 3831312 SCHUESSLER SOUNDS Complete Stereo Repair—All Makes 921 Ave. C TV Channels: VHF 2-6 (Low) 7-13 (High) UHF 14-83 Radio Band/Frequency Ranges: AM 535—1650 kHz FM 88—108 MHZ PSB 148—174MHZ Power Sources: AC 120 V/60H z DC 12V 6D-Batteries JVC Victor Co. of Japan, Limited Tokyo, Japan TAPE SALE All 8-Track $ 1 or $2 915 Ave. C 387-2721 stagel PRICE BREAK Sweaters & Jeans Solid Color Cowl Neck & Turtle Neck Sweater Tops. Size S, M, L, XL Originally $8 to $10 $6" NOW Not a special buy Jean's Selected stock of denim's 3/4 to 15/16...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1976

Thursday, October 21, 1076 THE NORTH TEXAj k * * * > ? Group Sets Nov. 22 Employment Forum • v-v'S > > 1 ^ . '«•' 'V Huh??? KNT-FM By BOB GRACE Daily Reporter Student Employment, a branch of the Dean of Students Office, will sponsor a Summer Opportunity Conference Nov. 22 in the Silver Eagle Room of the University Union from 1 to 4 p.m. According to Barbara Huston, direc- tor of student employment, the purpose of the conference is to provide students with information concerning summer jobs which should enable them to apply early. The conference will have an open fair type format and will be attended by several summer employers, Mrs. Huston said. "Many of the employers will be inter- viewing on that day (Nov. 22)," Mrs. Huston added. Both student and employer should benefit from the con- NT Earns Festival Attention NT students became familiar figures around the Texas Tech Interpretation Festival this past weekend for winning the sweepstakes award. Dr. Ted Colson of the speec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1976

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 21, 1! Kickers Eye Games Soccer Team Faces West Texas Foes By MARK G. BURROWS Dally Reporter The NT soccer team will travel to the Panhandle this weekend to play Texas Tech, Saturday and West Texas State, Sunday. NT defeated the Red Raiders 5-0, Sept. 25 and the Buffalos 11-0, Oct. 2. Both games were played at Fouts Field. In its last seven outings NT has scored 39 goals to its opponents two. TO BE SELECTED for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) playoffs, the soccer team, in its first year in the NCAA, will have to be ranked at least third in the Midwestern Division. Currently, the Eagles are ranked sixth. The NCAA ranking committee is made up of NCAA soccer coaches. Goalkeeper Julius Bejsovec, Prague, Czechoslovakia junior said, "The team's chances of getting into the playoffs look real good, but it is difficult to say. We have played difficult teams." Against nationally ranked teams NT is 2-1-1. In the Air Force Tou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1976

NT Regents Accept i 4 ♦ ♦ Bids for Construction The North Texas Daily By SCOTT DANIELS, Staff Writer " # The University Board of Regents approved low bids Thursday for con- struction of a Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) Complex and construction of Medical Education Building I on the Fort Worth campus of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM). The board's planning, facilities and maintenance committee, which met Wednesday, asked the regents to accept low bids of $5,064,495 million for the HPER Complex construction and $9.46 million for the TCOM teaching facility. The board approved a request to propose two new degree programs; a Ph.D. program in computer science and a M.S. in rehabilitation services administration when the Coordinating Board lifts its moratorium on new programs in state colleges and universities. The board also approved es- tablishment of an Institute of Applied Economics at NT. Academic tenure was granted Dr. Maria Jean Mahoney of the fore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 22, 1976 Lack of Funding Folds Waders Bicentennial Map By SALLY GREENE, Special Writer Only four months after it officially opened for public inspection, Bob Wade's "Bicentennial Map of America" is folding. For a number of reasons, including the fact that Wade has gone into personal debt nearly $5,000 and can find no one willing to take up maintenance responsibilities, the football-field-sized minination situated at the corner of the Dallas North Toll Road anJ Interstate 635 (LBJ Freeway) has become the land of the weed and the home of the Johnson grass. Wade, who is on the art faculty, estimated that since spring 100,000 people have walked around the quarter-mile track of minihighway that crosses the Rockies, sidesteps the Grand Cayon and weaves between monuments as typically American as a log cabin and a Bell telephone booth. THE PEAK was the opening July 4 weekend, he said, when 10,000 people toured the map in three days. Much nationwi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1976

V- ^ ... fc ✓ ; vv Friday, October 22, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 ( \ =7 Low Brass To Blast in Concerts 'Octubafest' Will Feature Tuba, Euphonium 'Horn'ucopia Tuba and euphonium players present "Octubafest '76" Monday through Thursday. From left, Dr. David Kuehn, Don Little and Rich Matteson of the music faculty will be featured in the festival. By IRENE LOPEZ Daily Reporter Tuba and euphonium players at NT will present "Octubafest "76," a series of concerts with music ranging from clas- sical to jazz-rock, Monday through Thursday. There will be six concerts in the series, beginning Monday at noon in the University Union Courtyard. A concert will be held at 6:30 p.m Tuesday and at 6:30 and 8:15 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. The latter five concerts will be in the Music Building Recital Hall. This is the third NT "Octubafest." To date, there are an estimated 30 or 40 "Octubafests" held across the country, Don Little of the music faculty said. "THE 'OCTL BAFEST' is a time to d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ? Organization Roundup I Housing Office Conducts duality Class Monday Ticc will present Sur- in Sexuality beginn- according to Cony nt at McConnell o help the stu- < and under- - of human :ts, sexual ionships, i thre^ m. to t i jn n- es, aal ered .luing om of .icement of SABE) is an fiator ♦ecret Veins Mrs. Edna , her Cessna *peed rolling times the force yelled at the Mews scribe was yelling: :>od for your jger of a North . says the increased nvolved in stunt fly- y pulling h'Jr veins in is been a r'ilot for 50 inly, blemish on her k garden on Kate Smith Id on Long he $500 first vport Naval nurse. Fog ter airplane ock garden. >n repairs to i $500—just s said. ained 3,400 atics. s of flight, m air races it shape. ■ ■ 5 h Jpecial Any 3 Items & Drink 950 with coupon 'ay combine in any way) s 35<t les 35$ 3urrito 35<t Burger ...40<t 3da 35<t Serving Breakfast Too! " •* 7. a.m.-10 a.m. organization that "seeks to further the quality...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1976

Friday, October 22, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 r 1 Bicentennial Photos Go On Display A collection of photographs taken at Bicentennial celebrations in Denton and nearby communities went on display to- day in the Historical Museum. The photos, taken July 1-4 by Historical Collection photographer Lynn Harris will be on display through December. "The majority of these photographs are of people." Harris said. "These peo- ple were photographed at events ranging from a street dance in Chico to a fireworks display in Denton." Harris said a member of the NT history staff suggested he make a photographic documentary of the area's celebrations because there were no photographs recording the nation's Centennial in 1876. "They knew it rained though," Harris said. Harris snapped his photographs in the area towns of Chico, Ponder, Krum, Lewisville and Little Elm. He obtained a list of scheduled events in those towns, then began his documentary. Harris said he would move about the celebra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1976

PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■■ Friday, October 22, 1976 NTSU Faces Aggies Eagles To Fight NMSU Under 'Lights' Daily Staff Predictions— Cumulated results of last week's Dally Staff (9-1), Nancy Cochran (8-2), Scott White (5-5), Jim Predictions are 80-20: Terry Pair (8-2), Robin Poyner (8-2), Ralph Wlningham (8-2), Cathy Horton (9-1), Nancy Deen (8-2), Randy E. Pruett Sulak (9-1) and David Matustik (8-2). By ROBIN HORTON Sports Editor If ever there was a letdown for NT fans as well as the Mean Green, it has to be playing teams like West Texas State and New Mexico State after having played UT-Austin, SMU and Mississip- pi State. The light at the end of the tunnel at which Athletic Director and Head Foot- ball Coach Hayden Fry keeps pointing is a possible bowl berth, and this is the prod he keeps behind his team for win- New Coach Picks Green Cage Team By TERRY MARTIN Daily Reporter The women's basketball team is ready to begin practice for the up- coming season following the end of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1976

\ The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 32 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1976 Nominees Reach Final Campaign Stretch By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Ford, stressing economic themes in his last pre-election visit to California and other Western states, promised Monday to hold down federal spending because it contributes to infla- tion that is "just another high tax." He also declared, during a visit to Seattle, a city troubled by high un- employment, that his recent proposal to require aircraft noise reduction would result in 250,000 new jobs for the aircraft construction industry. In Plains, Ga., Democrat Jimmy Carter made preparations for his own coast-to-coast trip in search of votes un- til the eve of the election showdown with Ford on Nov. 2, CARTER AIDES said the Democratic nominee would issue a statement on the environment before his scheduled departure for South Carolina and Illinois today. He will visit eight states, including six of the lar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 26, 1976 Campaign^ '76 — On the Issues County Attorney Race JERRY COBB EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series of inter- views with some nominees who will be listed on county ballots. Democrat Jerry Cobb and Republican Alan Levy are contenders for county attorney. Excerpts of their interviews follow. DAILY: What one position do you hold that makes you appealing to college voters? COBB: Of course, I think you have to treat the col- lege students the same as you do anyone else. I think you need to be impartial to them. I don't think you can, in this office, give anybody favors, whether you're talking about students or Blacks or whatever. I do say that I feel like 1 could be fair to the college students, and will be so, and treat them like every other citizen of this county. LEVY: I think probably the most important one is my attitude towards the criminal justice system. And that very simply is that I don't have any problem or qualm ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1976

■f- k Tuesday, October 26, 1976 Daily Review Time' Wins Praise By DAVID MATUSTIK, Staff Writer Everybody has a different perception of the gift of time. For some, time runs fast. For others, it crawls by. "A Gift of Time," at the University Theatre, focuses on one man's strug- gle with impending death. One man's time that's running out. Charles Wertenbaker, an editor of Time magazine, is aware that con- cerous tissue is spreading within him. Refusing to be subjected to another operation, his final months of increasing doses of morphine and bourbon are dramatized on stage. Garland freshman Byron Buchanan effectively displays the role of Wertenbaker. His acting, together with his well done make-up, combine realistically to portray the deteriorating health of the still proud sophisticate. Diana Ingraham, Lubbock senior, is Werternbaker's wife Leal. Though playing her role overdramatically at times, especially when she hears the doctor's opinion that her husband's death is imminent, she...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1976

{- PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 26, 1976 Free Puppies Bob Yeargin, Houston junior (left), situates himself out- side the Art Building with his young four-legged friends in the hope of finding new homes for the puppies. He and one of the pups were in luck when Theresa Petersen, Dallas senior (right), decided the litter's only male would make her a perfect new pet. Photo by MARY READ Newswoman Analyzes imagery' Journalist Discusses Pre-Election Campaigns Post-Watergate morality, honesty of politicians and Jimmy Carter's image were among the topics discussed by Margaret Mayer, Washington bureau chief of the Dallas Times Herald, Fri- day. Miss Mayer's visit was sponsored by the journalism and members of political science departments. She spoke infor- mally to students and faculty at the Journalism Library Friday morning and in Wooten Hall 122. BEFORE WATERGATE, it was com- mon for Dallas politicians to fly between Washington and Dallas on LTV air- Women Undergo Tests ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1976

^Tuesday, October 26, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 Union Delegates To Meet SAU, Staff Seek Improvements Student Activities Union (SAU) delegates and University Union staff representatives will be attending the Association of College Unions Inter- national (ACUI) Conference in Fayette- )ville. Ark., Saturday through Nov. 2. Next year the conference will be at NTSU. ACUI was founded in 1914 by student and staff representatives from various state universities and is one of the oldest intercollegiate associations in higher education, according to an ACUI pamphlet. It is an international organization whose purpose is to provide an oppor- i « Fuel Supply Drops As Demand Rises HOUSTON (AP)—Interior Secretary Thomas S. Kleppe says the nation will use as much fuel during the remainder of this century as it has produced in all history. Kleppe said the nation has the technology to meet such a requirement and sufficient resources to produce enough energy to insulate itself against intern...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1976

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 26, 1976 Eagles Defeat NMSU Aggies Mean Green Season Record Stands at 4-4 i V By ROBIN HORTON Sports Editor Providing, of course, the football team recovers from a post-game excur- sion to Juarez, it will travel to Shreveport, La., this weekend to take on the Bulldogs of Louisiana Tech. The Eagles sport a 4-4 record for the season following its victory over New Mexico State last Saturday night. NT got off to a fast start against the Aggies, leading 7-0 at halftime, slowed during the third and beginning of the fourth quarters but came from behind to demolish NMSU 25-14. THE MEAN GREEN took a 7-0 lead early in the first period when Ken Washington hit Mike Jones along the sideline for a 30-yard touchdown play. New Mexico attempted two drives which took them close to NT's goal, but the Eagles came up with big defensive plays, including a goal line stand from the two-foot-line, to stop the Aggies cold. NT increased the lead to 10 points mid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1976

The North Texas Daily '.'Vm SmM 60TH YEAR NO. 33 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1976 of Appeals Court Approves Release Of Declassified Watergate Tapes WASHINGTON (AP)—The U.S. Court of Appeals cleared the way Tues- day for broadcasting of the Nixon White House tapes played at the Watergate cover-up trial. "The tapes played at trial are no longer confidential," the court ruled in a 2-I decision. The ruling also permits the sale of the tapes as phonograph records. Among the tapes played at the trial is the March 21, 1973 warning, by former Nixon counsel John Dean, that there was a cancer on the presidency. INCLUDED IS the so-called "smok- ing gun" tape of June 23, 1972, when former President Richard M. Nixon ordered the FBI's investigation of the Watergate break-in, six days earlier, be halted. The three television networks, the Public Broadcasting System, a news directors' organization and Warner Communications, Inc., a manufacturer of phonograph re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1976

■ I PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 27, 1976 Campaign '76—On the Issues ounty Sheriff Race CHANCE EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a series of in- terviews with some of the candidates who will be on Denton County ballots in Tuesday's election. Ered Chance is the Republican nominee for the county sheriff, and Kenneth Ceorge is the Democratic nominee. Ex- cerpts of the interviews follow. DAILY: What are your qualifications for sheriff? CHANCE: The main thing that qualifies me for sheriff is the fact that I've spent 24 years in law en- forcement. During that time, 23.5 of those years I've spent with the Dallas Police Department (DPD). And at no time did I receive any time off for violating any departmental policy or procedures or for brutality. None of these problems affected my career. The last eight years that I was with the department I was as- signed to the criminal investigation division. While there I carried an efficiency rating of 93, and you don't carry a...

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