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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1970

,r ") V ' f if\t c fli 4 Tuesday, September 29,1970 NOF \ \ I. I . > ' I ,v. I >' I' Sororities Complete Formal Rush; 85 To Participate in Pledgeship The 11 social sororities ended the formal rush period Friday night as 85 women ac- cepted bids. Rush consisted of open houses, private sorority parties and preferentials signing. Open rush began Monday and will ex- tend until Dead Week or until cancellation by the individual sororities. Eligible women who did not participate may register in the office of Mrs. Carol Chappell, assistant dean of students, in the Administration Building. Requirements, which are the same as for official rush, include a cum- ulative 2.0 grade point average and 12 sem- ester hours earned. A $3 registration fee is required. Around the Campus There was an increase of 16 pledges this fall over the fall rush of 1969. There were 82 pledges last spring. Women accepting bids were: ALPHA DELTA PI Linda Brown, Donna Duncan, Kathy Harrison, Marsha Howell, Virgini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1970

LAHb Umili I llttlHHIIIIIIinillllllllllilll'lllllllllllillliilMII'uilllll H. E. Williams In Memorium n "m I can still remember sitting in the air- port in Memphis last year before the North Texas game with Memphis Slate. 1 sat talking to a stocky junior from Woodville about his family. Hi had a brother playing schoolboy football then. That night Richard Gill played feroc- iously at middle linebacker stopping the Tigers cold every time they tried to run up the middle. MSU's margin of victory was a Pete Weeks field goal. TO KNOW Gill or see him zipping ar- ound campus in his little blue Volkswagen, one would hardly expect an All-Missouri Valley Conference linebacker to come bouncing out. He was soft-spoken, some- what introverted and liked to talk of any- thing involving football except himself. Of his family of three brothers and a sister, he spoke often of Willie, his younger brother who played at Wharton. The thin mustache would spread even thinner as his gold-toothed grin spread a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1970

T< !iJ 1/1 I D The North Texas Daily H ^ m Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1970 NO. 16 k C I'V. r \\ s.'iliiiliiiiiiiriiliiillliiiiilllillilliliiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiililiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiilliiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1! NEWS CAPSULES ■ Richard Gill Rites Set For Thursday Afternoon Funeral services for Richard Earl Gill have been set for 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the Kirby High School Auditorium in Wood- ville. Interment will be in the Town Bluff Cemetery. Gill, a 21-year-old middle linebacker for North Texas, died Sunday evening in Flow Memorial Hospital from what was describ- ed as a blood clot in his lung. He had been hospitalized since Sept. 13. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfort Gill of Woodville, his wife Marva, his son Richard Jr., a sister and three bro- thers. James Dunn To Speak At Baptist Center Today Dr. James Dunn of the Christian Life Commission will speak twice today at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1970

PAOI2—THK NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily Wednesday. September 30.1870 )•« 54th Year North Texas State University Denton. Texas HP5;; ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER 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. The North Texas Daily Staff Box 5297. NT Station. Denton. Texas 76203 Telephone 387-4511. extension 354 PACEMAKER 5 TIMES Southwestern Journalism Congress ALL-AMERICAN 54 TIMES Page Editors LARRY GRIGSBY GARYLYN SAMPSON BEN POSTON ROSE SHARP CANDY CHESTNUT news news editorials editorials associate amusements H E WILLIAMS KARA LEE SELMAN BOB CAMPBELL DAN WATSON ...... WORTH WREN sports news assistant sports associate photographer photographer Tl North Tom Daily studant nawspapar of North Ton Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1970

Wednesday, September 30.1970 NORTH TEXA8 DAILY—PAGE 3 4 ' V 1 I '• > * *■ ( % * i- If,' V / * ...' ■I Sellout Close For NFL Book A book written by three North Texas Faculty members entitled "The Dallas Cowboys and the NFL," is selling well so well in fact that it seems to be outrun- ning itself. The first printing of the book is nearly sold out and the second printing is yet to come off the presses. The University of Oklahoma Press, the publisher, reported this is the first time they have ever shipped out their entire stock of a first printing before the second printing was completed. Generally the book reveals the behind- the-scenes action of putting the Dallas Cowboys on the playing field from 1960 to 1970. Included are sections covering computer scouting, which the Cowboy organization was a leader in developing; the "war" be- tween the American Football League and the National Football League in which Dal- las was the focal point because it had a team in both leagues; and an e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1970

PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. September 30,1970 ]tfat50n Illlllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^j Bag Limit Increased) PINTAIL Hen: brown Drake: brown hood, gray body Denton area hunters can look forward to the best duck season in years. The Can- adian breeding grounds have produced a good hatch, and Texas has initiated a new point system for determining the bag limit. This point system means that the average shooter can bag more ducks. He can double his daily bag limit on some species over last season, if he can tell one kind of duck from another. The Nov. 4-Jan. 17 season will be the longest Texas hunt- ers have had in 25 years. Shooting hours are sunrise to sunset. Every duck is assigned a certain value depending on species and sex. A bag limit will be determined when the value of the last duck taken added to the other ducks already bagged reaches or exceeds 100 points. The possession limit, the maximum number of birds you may have with you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1970

:< f The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1970 NO. 18 11 n w I OS I S I y V USNT Calls for Lindley To Resign, No Charge For Abortions. The Pill USNT Senate Tuesday night voted to support a list of demands calling for the resignation of "commander-in-chief Lind- ley" (William C. Lindley, vice-president for student affairs), free contraceptives and abortions, and a minimum wage of $2 for campus personnel. THE SENATE ALSO elected Melissa Archilla, Dallas junior, as the president pro-tem, voted unanimously to give $100 to the Richard Gill Memorial f und and de- feated a bill asking that the Free Univer- sity be recognized as an on-campus organi- zation. Other demands listed on the draft read by Tim Knapp, Odessa junior, were: • Abolition of the ROTC Program; • A Third World Studies department which would offer black and chicano his- tory courses taught by blacks and Mexican- Americans. • Abolition of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1970

"\"V" i FAQI2—THI NORTH TlXAt DAILY The North Texas Daily mm 54th Year North Tmh State University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office J# 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. Campus Unrest Violence Absent At North Texas Who says college campus disagreements must result in violence? Although North Texas had been pointed out as one of the schools predict- ed to experience violence on campus this fall, it has not. Last week's affair over the firing of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Duke, graduate assistant in the English department, could have ended in turbulence. However, it was calmed with cooperation between the administration and students. A special student court was set up by the students to try Mrs. D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1970

'i ( i } I \ i n V \ Thursday. October 1,1970 t 'Society' To Sponsor Film Series Eight weeks of classic films of historic and artistic importance will be shown at nominal cost on campus this semester. The films, described as the "best in cine- matic art," will be presented by The Film Society, a non-profit group sponsored by the English department and coordinated by the Burning Bush. A season ticket of eight admissions costs 57 for non-students or $6 for students. Half-season tickets cost $4. Single admis- sions for some features may be available at the door for $ 1.25 each. All showings will be in the Biology Build- ing Auditorium Wednesday evenings at 8. THE FIRST FILM, "Smiles of a Sum- mer Night," will be shown Oct. 14. The film, by lngmar Bergman will be presented with a short film entitled "Visit to Picasso." On Oct. 21, a Fellini film, "La Strada," with Anthony Quinn and Giulietti Masini will be shown. The third Him, "The Bicycle Thief," will be shown Oct. 28, with two shorte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1970

V ' k ■ I" -' PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 1,1970 FqJj ^ampbeIfmmmm i:ii>; * ■* Sports Aid Ghetto | Wyatt Presents Happy Dilemma Drug abuse among the young is a major social problem in many segments of American society. Youngsters in ghetto areas, numbed by depressed economic and social conditions, are particularly susceptible to the lure of drugs. A variety of programs, public and private, have been initiated to help solve ghetto pro- blems. One pragmatic approach comes from Sports Foundation, a Harlem-based organiza- tion which has devised a method of recognizing early drug use and, in some cases, correct- ing it. For three years, the group has spon- sored the Harlem Junior Olympics, a wide- spread sports event that annually attracts about 3,000 youths between nine and 18. To enter the athletic events, the young- sters are required to take a physical exam- ination. These examinations reveal drug usage, and often, the presence of disease. IF DRUG usage is detected,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1970

V The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NORTH TEXA8 STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1970 NO. 19 r; Unrest Report Controversial ★ Commission Puts Blame On Governmental Policy Student response to a report released last Saturday by the President's Commis- sion on Campus Unrest has been mostly favorable. The report blames violence, student deaths and campus unrest in general on government actions and inactions at all levels. Chairman William Scranton told Pres- ident Nixon Saturday that he must exer- cise greater leadership if violence is to be curbed. NTSU students were asked what they thought of the report. Here are some of their replies. David Wessel, San Antonio freshman, said, "Nixon and Agnew are largely res- ponsible for alienating the youth from the established American system. They should make more of an attempt at understanding the reasons behind unrest." FEDERICO SANCHEZ, San Antonio junior said. "When a committee headed by a conservative...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1970

HQI 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily North Ton Stat* University B4.hY..r Denton. Ttxl ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas Slate University Printing Office < • : Counselor Aids Friday. October 2.1970 -Deficient Ex-Marine Association Adopts 19-year-Old .• / t' 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. Rewards Great Contests Demand Sacrifice, Energy To enter a contest with the notion of being a winner means giving of one's self—one's time, energy and interest. It takes time to care enough to take the pains to make favorable impressions; the energy to keep going despite a seemingly heavy weight on one's shoulders and the interest to cultivate one's ideas. These personal demands can become even greater if one is a student. Eligible...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1970

Jf h, I r< >. i' ; Friday, October 2,1970 Astronomy Draws 42 This Fall Astronomy is a new course which has really caught on. "With essentially no advertising what- soever, we had 42 people to sign up," says Dr. Jim R. Sybert, chairman of the phy- sics department. Descriptive Astronomy 105, a non-lab, three-hour elective designed for the non- science student, is offered for the first time. Dr. Sybert says the course is calculated to give "an informative and descriptive view of the solar system and the stellar system." The course will also be offered next se- mester. If there is an increase in demand for the astronomy course, Dr. Sybert said, the department hopes to develop other re- lated courses. Dr. Bruce P. Foster of the physics de- partment, who teaches the class, says the course places "very little emphasis on ob- servation." The main emphasis is the func- tional approaches to planets and stars. "With a little bit of light," Dr. Foster said, the astronomer can determine th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1970

iifv , u™-,„ JSSotsPP ,, ... .. '. .. ;■ .. . ... ; * . ' PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 2.1970 Comeback Eagles G///'s Death Worst Loss of Year North Texas State will try to get right Saturday night after suffering its worst loss of the year the death of middle line- backer Richard Gill. The Eagles haven't won a game in three starts. This doesn't bother Head Coach Rod Rust as much as the recent tragedy. "I don't know how the team will react to this and to the preparation for another game. Richard was an exceptional player and person." Although Gill had already been scratched for the season because of a knee injury, he remained close to the team and to many of the players. Drake University, Saturday's foe, hasn't lost a game in three starts. The Bulldogs have generated a tremendous offense in those three contests. Quarterback Mike Grejbowski has been riddling defensive back fields much in the style of Steve Ram- sey, the former NT ace. He has 74 of 138 passes complete for 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1970

t The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NORTH TEXA8 STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1970 NO. 21 I n> A A Get Em Enthusiastic fans finally got something to cheer about Saturday night when the Eagles chalked up their first win of the season. Mean Green backers like the ones pictured above happily watched North Texas defeat Drake 37 13. NEWS CAPSULES * USNT Sets Wednesday For Petition Deadline Time is running out for students who want to become USNT senators. I or those interested, applications may be picked up in the USNT Office, Room 305, in the Union Building. The deadline for turning in petitions with at least 100 signatures is midnight Wednes- day. Monday afternoon, I06 petitions had been issued and 28 had been returned. Tonight at 6:30 the USNT Senate will meet in the Forum Room os the Speech and Drama Building. USNT President Jimmy Deming said he will give an account of the second annual President-to-Presidents Con- ference held in Washi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1970

PAQIX—THI NORTH TtXAS DAILY Tuesday. October 0,1970 ■Krlpii.; DIALOGUE: Elizabeth Ann Duke (Editor'* Note: The Daily, is (be attempt to prMHt campus leaden aad controversial flgarca, pvMlsbed the following DIALOGUE wltk Mrs. Elizabeth Aaa Duke. Mrs. Duke's gradaate assistantshlp in the English depart- ment was recently rescinded. Becanse the administration did not want to prejudice this ense, the opportunity to offer opinions or rebnttal was declined.) DAILY—There is some confusion about the charges against you. What, specifically, are the charges? MRS. DUKE—The first letter I got simoly stated that I was being fired because of writ- ten statements reporting my obscene lan- guage and conduct unbecoming an instruc- tor in front of students and others on the university campus. The next letter laying out the charges more specifically described the charges as use of profanity, obscene de- scription of administrators and other offi- cials which prohibited their effectiveness as administr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1970

{J Tuesday. October 6,1970 3 Seniors Show Art In Exhibit NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 An abstract version of Gainsborough's "Blue Boy," two figurative oil paintings and a modular series created by three North Texas seniors are being shown in the Eight- State Annual Competition of the Oklahoma Art Center in Oklahoma City. Bill Kysor of Plainville, Conn.; Ken Cook of Haskell and Tim McClure of Dallas each entered paintings. Ken Havis of the art faculty said the submitted work is judged and some pieces are suggested for purchase. The owner of the gallery then chooses the paintings he wants to buy and hang. McClure submitted two oil paintings of figures, one of which was suggested for purchase. "It's an honor to have your work chosen," Havis said. Cook painted a take-off on the "Blue Boy". An ink copy of the master was done on brown Masonite presenting "a paper doll effect," Cook said. The background is upside down surrounded by a black and white canvas. A modular series of paintings was se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 October 1970

PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuasday. October 6.1970 NT Snaps Drake Streak Senior center Willie Parker approximate- ly summed it up. "It was a beautiful game and we got it all together." One of the main reasons North Texas "got it all toprther" Saturday night was re- serve quarterback Joe Milton, who came off the bench early in the first quarter to replace injured Danny Collins, and passed and ran the Eagles to a 37-14 win over previously unbeaten Drake University. Collins sprained his ankle on the second play of the game. Milton, who hadn't played one down this year until Saturday night, passed for two touchdowns and ran for two more. Immediately after the game, he said, "It was a fantastic game with a total team ef- Firing Line Target Check Gunner Week Season Tom Kelley 5-3 .633 23-11 .679 Ben Poston 5-3 .633 23-II .679 H. E. Williams 3-5 .375 23-II 679 Terry Kelly 4-4 .500 22-12 647 Keith Shelton 4-4 .500 20-14 .588 fort. My receivers also made it easier for me by holding on to my pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1970

4 K ■ > Universities Take Measures Against Student Protests By The Auociated Press Thousands of college and university students returning to campuses this fall are finding the law laid down about demon- strating, occupying buildings and other forms of protest. New antiviolence measures across the country range from electronic sensors and secret tactical plans to revised codes, judi- cial machinery and penalty procedures. More are in the works. The new rules come in the wake of last spring's campvr turbulence which closed or disrupted hundreds of colleges in pro- tests related to Cambodia and the deaths of four students at Kent Stale. SOME SCHOOLS are offering students encouragement to get involved in the sys- tem through participation in political cam- paigns. Higher education authorities were pre- paring to stiffen (heir stands against vio- lence months before President Nixon's Sept. 16 admonition to "stand up and be counted" and similar recommendations from his Commission on Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1970

PAQI >—TMI NORTH TIXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily MHIYmt North Tmm Stat* Untvwrthy Danton. Tmm ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER $ri" : tlV' : ; VW ' • Wednesday. October 7,1970 Demos See Danger In Complacency Republicans Claim Eggers Closing Fast' Produced by North Taxa* Stat* 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 end not necesserUy that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Waste Time Senators Support Foolish Demands If Tim Knapp were a Spec. 4 in the U. S. Army (as his wearing apparel at last week's USNT Senate meeting would indicate), he should certainly know that he is in violation of federal law by wearing the uniform. He should also know how ridiculous USNT in general, and he, in particular, appear to the administration and the so-called silent majority. To go through the "demands" ma...

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