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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1976

5 r i * ' v T « 1 I f Wednesday, October 27, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 'Brothers' Need Funds, Friends Former Dentonife Steve Fromholz To Perform Benefit ■raiwag flB,.: y V^^'" Photo by BARRON LUDLUM Best of Friends Chris Kelton of Denton, left, has a friend in Big Brother Ron Eakin, Brownfield senior. Big Brothers and Sisters of Denton County spend their free time with children ages 5 to 18 who come from single-parent homes. More friends with time to share are needed. By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Daily Reporter An ice cream party at McKenna Park; a trip to Ft. Sill and the Arbuckle Moun- tains in Oklahoma; work parties to put up concert posters; softball, football and camping—or just pumping gas at a self- service station. Each can have special meaning to a lonely child. "The activity itself isn't really that im- portant," Denton attorney Michael Gregory, a member of the board of directors of Big Brothers and Sisters of Denton County, said. "What is impor- tant is that someone's ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1976

PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Club Offers Scholarship Applications Applications for the S100 Margaret Ann Howell Memorial Service Scholarship can be obtained from the of- fice of the Dean of Arts and Sciences, the Financial Aid Office or the Green Jackets, NT Box 5005; according to Green Jacket President, Nancy Whitley, Temple senior. The annual scholarship, given in December to be used during the spring semester, is designed to aid a student who has made an outstanding contribu- tion in service to his fellow man, the un- iversity or the Denton community. Selection is based on service, scholarship, achievement and leadership. Applications mut be turned in by Nov. 15. The award is sponsored by the Green Jackets, a women's spirit and service organization. Company Agents Discuss Industry Hiring Policies Much of the time, advancement within a company depends on being in the right place at the right time, a public relation representative for the Garland division of E-System said Monday. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1976

Wednesday, October 27, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 ? * IV' Firms Schedule Job Interviews r ...Kanies Seek To Fill Sales, Accounting Positions Job interviews for seniors, graduate students and alumni interested in business and industrial careers will be held next week in the Career Planning and Placement Office, University Union 320, by representatives of several com- panies, according to John Brooks, direc- tor. Persons interested in being inter- viewed must register with the Placement Office and sign a company interview schedule before the interview. The interview schedlue includes: MONDAY Stewart Title Company; Mike Wigley, 320G, Travis Miller, 320H; marketing representative and escrow officer; B.B.A. or M.B.A.; Dallas, Houston, Galveston, EI Paso, Austin, San An- tonio; December graduates only. Computer Language Research (Fast- Tax); Jerry Wilson, 320L; programmer trainee; computer science, information systems, accounting majors; bachelor's or master's degree; Dallas; Dec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 27, 1976 Sports Office i Toughens Ref Qualifications Bv CHRIS ANDERSON and BRYAN REED Daily Reporters In reaction to complaints received last year on the quality of flag football officiating, the Recreational Sports Office has initiated a screening and testing procedure this year to sclest better officials, Ed Hersh, graduate assistant recreational supervisor, said. Previously, he said, anybody who wanted to be a referee could be one. "Incompetency was neither rampant nor nonexis- tent, but if it had been plotted on a line graph, it would have been closer to rampant," he said. Not only has the process for selecting officials changed, Hersh said, but the entire flag football for- mat is different from last year. "After the many injuries incurred last year," he said, "we were under pressure to reduce the amount of contact in the sport. This has been achieved in the new noncontact type football we're playing this year." Hersh said there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1976

i/i N k * 1 ■■ 1 o k/H. ,5*' „ Conferring With Connally Cm j Photo by BARRON LUDLUM President C.C. Nolen, right, confers with former Texas Gov. John Connally Wednesday outside the Denton County Courthouse. Connally spoke to about 200 people during a campaign stop. During his talk, Connally attacked Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale and Congress and praised Presi- dent Gerald Ford. Nolen was one of several dignitaries who welcomed Connally to Denton. Connally Blasts Carter At Denton Courthouse By JOHN FLEMING and ROBERT ARNOLD Daily Reporters Former Texas Gov. John B. Connally told a shivering crowd on the east side of the Denton County Courthouse Wednesday that it would be a national disgrace if Democratic nominee Jimmy Carter carried Texas in Tuesday's national elections. Connally, who was in town campaigning for Republican nominee Gerald Ford, attacked Carter for his proposed cuts in the defense budget, declaring that Texas' military bases might suffer if Carter is elected. Connally to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 28, 1976 An Editorial Panelists Fail The presidential debates just concluded between President Utiuld Ford and Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter have been crucified and criticized by everyone from the New York Times to the little old lady on the street corner. The main criticism is aimed at the nominees, who either evaded or got too technical on the is- sues, leaving the voter at home confused. But almost ignored in the criticism, was a group that, at times, did as much to confuse the viewer or listener as the candidates themselves—the members of the press who took part in the debates. For some of the panelists, it was their first ex- posure in front of such a mass of people on TV and they didn't quite know how to act. The questions rambled at times, leaving the nominees, not to mention the viewers, confused as to what the panelist was trying to ask. Most disgusting, however, were some of the panelists attempts at turning the debates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1976

Thursday, October 28, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 •V f V, A I Cabaret Theater Opens Nov. 11 Play Will Feature Song, Dance, Comedy, Pantomime By JOANNA BOSTWICK Daily Reporter "The Cabaret Theater," now in rehearsal at the University Theatre, features four aspects of drama: song, dance, comedy and pantomime. John Bode, Victoria senior and main director of the production, said, "The show is cheaper than going to the movies; admission is 50 cents." Bode is director for the song-dance portion of the show. "It will be a musical comedy review," he said. "We have some songs from the Broadway produc- tions of "Godspell," "Follies," "A Chorus Line" and "A Little Night Music." There aie ! 4 singer-dancers in the sec- tion with Beth Ulrich, Houston freshman and assistant director. Betty Longnecker, Groesbeck junior, plays O utakes piano for the production. Erik Shepps, Houston freshman, and Bryan Herskowitz, Houston sophomore, are codirectors of the pan- tomime troup of the play. "This...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1976

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 28, 1976 life*} Jtt'Uki* > ' TCOM Revives Clinic in Justin Opening Ends Six-Year Lapse in Medical Services t <w m Clinic Opening Photo By TERRY WOOTEN Dr. George Luibel, founder of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM), cuts a gauze tape to officially open the Justin Clinic Sunday afternoon. As part of their training, student-doctors from TCOM in Fort Worth will work at the clinic. By JOHN MARCHESE Dally Reporter Justin, eight miles southwest of Denton, has about 1,000 people, a dude ranch, several salvage companies and, for the first time in six years, full-time medical care, It is supplied by two senior student- doctors and two supervising faculty members from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM). The program officially began at 2:35 p.m. Sunday when Dr. George Luibel, founder of TCOM and president of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), cut through a four-inch surgical gauze draped across the cli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1976

''H Thursday, October 28, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 •f % I 4. ) * 4 V ♦ Nobel Scientists Denounce Ford CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP)—Ten Nobel Prize winners accused President Ford on Tuesday of playing politics with American scientific achievements, in- cluding this year's sweep of the Nobel awards. The scientists, in a joint statement released at Harvard University, said Ford "used the occasion of the award of the Nobel Prizes and the National Medals of Science to criticize his chal- lenger and to extoll his own accomplish- ments in supper: of science." The scientists added: "His par- tisanship was unfortunate and his implicit claims inaccurate." While awarding the National Medal of Science to IS U.S. scientists last week, Ford denied an accusation by Jimmy Carter that America has lost respect around the world because of the ad- ministration's policy failures. The President said Carter's doubts "were surely put to rest" by the recogni- tion of U.S. scientific achievement both at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1976

1®^ "■ . ■ K\- ■■ PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY . •_ ' -.v> ' i jiJ?"■. ;. yi A V ( • ■! vvi"1 RHMW Kickers Eye Playoff Berth NT Faces SMU for Unofficial Texas Championship Using His Head Photo by BARRON IUDLUM Freshman halfback Matthews Atamah uses his head to keep the ball away from an opposing player. Friday night's "soccer shootout" could put NT into the NCAA soccer playoffs depending upon how the kickers are rated after this weekend. The NT Socccr Team invades Ownby Stadium on the SMU campus Friday at 8 p.m. to capture a possible NCAA playoff berth in the Midwestern Divi- sion. NT will match its 14-1-1 record to SMU's 9-2-2 mark. The Eagles are com- ing into the game on a 12-game winning streak which includes six shutouts. NT defeated Texas Tech (2-1) and West Texas State (6-0) in last weekend's out- ing to the Hiah Plains while SMU lost to Richland College. NT is rated fifth in the NCAA's Midwestern Division while SMU is sixth. IF THE latest ratings by the soccer coaches in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1976

Pll Curtain Falls on Homecoming By SHIRLEE OWEN, Daily Reporter to The Homecoming Committee unaminously voted Thursday cancel all plans concerning entertainment for Homecoming. "I was counting on a call today from the promoter, and when I didn't receive it I called him," Mary Yates, director of student ac- tivities, said Thursday. "He informed me that Graham Central Station had backed out again. So now we are with a whole new list of possible entertainers," she said. Yesterday negotiations were being made to obtain Graham Central Station with an opening act of jazz group Brass Construction. The promoter's list included Van McCoy, whose song "Hustle" is on the charts now; Faith, Hope and Charity; Hamilton, Joe, Frank and Dennison; Donna Sommers; and J.J. Walker. MISS YATES reported to the committee that the promoter was supposed to call her back after the meeting. He said that they would fly into Dallas tonight and have the signed contracts in hand with them. They would start arrange...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1976

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 29, 1976 & ♦ An Editorial Bread W Butter Election Money and jobs, that's what it boils down to in the presidential sweepstakes. The economy affects everyone of the American people. The economy can't be held in one's hand, but it's felt on the hip. Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter offer con- trasting views for an economic recovery. The can- didates may seem the same to voters on many is- sues, but the solutions proposed in this area differ greatly. The goals are the same. Both want low infla- tion, high employment and a balanced budget. They have set different priorities. Ford focuses on stopping the inflationary spiral. He advocates continuing the path the na- tion is on. He believes that his proposals are the best means for long-range solutions. First, he wants a balanced budget by 1979. He says, "The best and most effective way to create new jobs is to pursue balanced economic policies that encourage the growth of the private sector w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1976

V) r > m f 4 Friday, October 29, 1976 Welles1 Play Airs Sunday On KNTU KNTU-FM's special programming for Halloween night will include live broadcasting from the Rudra Restaurant, 108 W. Congress, and a modern day adaptation of Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds," Beth Rose, station public relations director, said. Disc jockeys for the program will be Chuck Rhodes, Denton sophomore, and Rob Ray, Dallas junior. The musical group, "The Greatful Deadlies," begins live broadcasting about 10:30 p.m. The group will do a spoof on popular songs including, "I Only Have Fangs for You," (instead of "I Only Have Eyes for You"). A modern day version of "War of the Worlds" will be aired about 11 p.m. with disc jocky Duane Burgess, Denton senior. The Monday Radio Theatre, under the direction of Dr. Willard Jaquot of the speech and drama faculty, will dramatize the simulated Martian inva- sion. Today, KNTU will give away five din- ners for the Rudra Halloween buffet. A restaurant spokesman said "de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1976

, W-,\. PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Ivy To Retire From ROTC MAJ. IVY He was responsible for readying mis- siles for launching during the Cold War era. He worked on Air Force projects which are still in the science-fiction stages of development. And Maj. Ron L. Ivy of the aerospace studies faculty has been directly involved in the commis- sioning of 200 se- cond lieutenants and has worked with some 4,000 college students from 10 colleges in T exas and Oklahoma. MAJ. IVY, whose 23-year military career will come to an end with his retirement Sun- day, was presented an Air Force Com- mendation Medal during a formal retire- ment ceremony Tuesday. The major, who received both his B.B.A. and M B.A. degrees from NTSU, attended the university during the mid-'50s when there were 800 stu- dents enrolled in the Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) program. Total college enrollment numbered about 9,000. Corps commander in 1958, vice- president of the Arnold Air Society in 1959 and recipient of the 1959 Nort...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1976

Friday, October 29, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 tJ 7 Journal Reviews Novels By SHERI WORTHY Daily Reporter The summer issue of "Studies in the Novel," a scholarly journal sponsored and financed by the English department, is expected to be available for distribu- tion by the end of next week, the editor, Dr. Gerald Kirk of the English faculty, said Wednesday. Published in the spring, summer, fall and winter, the journal is a collection of articles, review essays and abstracts based on novels. "OUR CONTRIBUTORS are prin- cipally university people," Dr. Kirk said. "And we publish not only American works but works by people of other nationalities." The upcoming issue will contain arti- cles on Henry James, Herman Melville, Carl Barth, John Dos Passos and Henry Fielding. There will also be three 10-12- page review essays on Melville stories, Charles Dickens novels and recent D.H. Lawrence biographies, Dr. Kirk said. "From time to time we bring out special issues," Dr. Kirk said. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1976

< PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 29, 1976 Daily Staff Predictions Cumulated results of last week's Daily Staff Predictions are 74-26: Terry Pair (8-2), Robin Horton (8-2), Nancy Deen (6-4), Scott Daniels (7- 3) David Board (8-2), Vicki Bridges (9-1), Ralph Winingham (8-2), Jim Poyner (8-1), Barron Ludlum (8-2) and Terry Wooten (5-5). NT, Tech To Clash Fry Anticipates Bulldog Passing Game I GAMES Terry Pair (45-23) .662 Robin Horton (49-19) .726 Nancy Deen (45 23) .662 David Matustik (34-12) .739 Scott White (24-15) .615 Cathy Sulak (173) .850 Vicki Bridges (16 3) .842 Paul Rainwater (12 7) .579 Randy E. Pruetl (27-12) .692 Nancy Cochran (27 12) .692 NT-Louis Tech. iana NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT Texas- Tex. Tec i. Tech Tech Tech Texas Texas Tech Tech Texas Tech Tech Tex. A & SMU M- A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M A&M Arkansas Rice Ark. Ark. Ark. Ark. Ark. Ark Ark. Ark. Ark. Ark. Houston- TCU TCU Houston Houston Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1976

T The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 36 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1976 u>/ 'If, El \ n i> If1 Voters Go to Polls To Pick 20 Officials Candidates Deliver Final Words Before Electorate Makes Choice By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Amid campaign tumult soon to ycild to the intimate hush of the voting booth, President Ford and Jimmy Carter delivered on Monday the final, familiar words of a tense White House contest now too close to foretell. Ford said his appointed leadership has seen America through troubled times of recession, war and Watergate, and asked voters now to "confirm me not only with your prayers but also with your ballots." Carter said there has been no leadership, that the country is drifting, and that it is time for change. The race between President Ford and Carter is so close that no lead for cither man could be discerned in nearly half the states Monday, making the elec- tion too close to call. Carter led in electoral votes in a fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1976

jpPfi PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TE*AS DAILY V '.i>' , •BP3;;v- • . •• V ,'V V -k " ^ ;<■ ' v- •'• ' . Editorials Elect Carter, Following the evasion of issues, complication of issues, verbal gaffes and political packaging, all that remains of the 1976 presidential race is a decision by the voters. Should the Republican President Gerald Ford or the Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter be elected to guide the United States in the last four years of the '70s? The Daily says Jimmy Carter is the man who will do most to deliver America from its problems—unemployment, inflation, federal waste arid, most of all, division among the people. Carter's positions on unemployment and the economy are by now widely known. Basically, Carter believes there are more humane and economically sound solutions to inflation than the Republican program of forced recessions and high unemployment. We agree. The former Georgia governor plans to restruc- ture and streamline the vastly complex federal bureaucracy. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1976

IIMHUv • i-ili Tuesday, November 2, 1976# THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 I k > 1 I 4- Singers To Compete In Conference at OU By CARL KIEKE Daily Reporter About 50 NT voice students will com- pete against more than 700 singers from three states in the National Association ol" Teachers of Singing (NATS) regional conference at Oklahoma University, Sunday through Tuesday. KERA Performance Next March The University Symphony will be featured in a documentary to be aired in the metroplex on KERA, Channel 13, sometime in March, Robert Gregg, Denton graduate student, said. The film will be part of a course on humanities through the Dallas County Community College District. The orchestra will be featured in over half of the 30 minute film. Portions of the orchestra's Oct. 22 performance of "The Pines of Rome" will be presented. The orchestration of the music by Ottorino Respighi was taped before a live audience. A rehearsal session for that perfor- mance was also filmed. A microphone was p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1976

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Bentsen Stresses Party; Steelman, Individualism Mouse Invasion Angela Gomez, window clerk at the Registrar's Of- fice, wore a somewhat un- usual attire while assisting those visiting the office Fri- day. She showed her Hal- loween spirit by dressing as a mouse. Photo by ART CHAPMAN^ Volunteers Knock on Doors For Presidential Preferences By KATHY HANSEN Daily Reporter While President Ford and Jimmy Carter have been on the campaign's front lines, Denton area volunteers have been involved at the home front in a door-to-door campaign. The Democrats' effort is organized in a precinct captain-type program, ac- cording to Bill Brannon, executive direc- tor of the Denton County Democratic Party. The volunteers are not coor- nidated through the headquarters, which acts mainly as a storehouse for the infor- mation they pass out, he said recently. MEANWHILE, THE Republicans are relying on volunteers acting on their own volition to campai...

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