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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1976

y v 3 Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Med Group To Assist Vaccinators Seventeen Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) students will volunteer their services, in what a county health official terms "key positions", to Denton's swine flu im- munization program. The students, all members of the Stu- dents' Osteopathic Medicine Associa- tion (SOMA), will serve as "greeters" when the inoculations begin in Denton High School on Saturday at I p.m., ac- cording to Bud Jennings, administrator of the Denton City-County Health Department. SOMA is an organization designed to give osteopathic students support with loans and political exposure, according to Greg Lund, a member of the inter- national baord of directors of SOMA. Lund, a first year student doctor, said that SOMA is involved in social and clinical issues of osteopathic education and in students' relationship with everyone but school administrators. He estimates there are 200 members of the organization at TCOM. During the two days o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1976

. . . • fmrrn PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Zo~* Play Leads Women to Playoffs By LISA MCKIMBALL Daily Reporter The women's volleyball team placed second over the weekend in Fort Worth in the Texas Associa- tion Tor Intercollegiate Athletics lor Women (TAIAW) north zone tournament alter yielding to lop seeded UT-Arlington. The second place finish qualifies NT for the state cham- pionship tournament at West Texas State University in Canyon, Nov. 12-13. THE 10 teams competing in the north /.one tournament were divided into two pools with five teams per pool. NT won three out of four pool play matches by defeating East Texas 15-9,IIS-12; Texas Wesleyan 15-1,15-0 and TWU 15-4, 15-10. The women could not get past Baylor, losing 4-15, 7-15. ALONG WITH three other teams, NT advanced to the single eliminations and defeated Baylor in the first match 15-6, 15-6. This win qualified NT to proceed to the championship match with UT- Arlington. NT won the first game 15-6 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 November 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 37 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1976 • ( * U i' r Carter Edges Ford in Texas Bentsen Defeats Sfeelman's Bid By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democratic U.S. Sen Lloyd Bentsen, showing his strength in the small cities and the rural areas, won a second term Tuesday by defeating Republican challenger Alan Steelman of Dallas. Bentsen, who received the solid support of the Democratic party machinery, grabbed a quick lead early in the evening with a comfortable 65- 35 percentage margin and held off Steelman's surges in the large metropolitan areas. Late evening figures released by the Texas Election Bureau showed Bentsen with 933,122 votes while Steelman trailed with 740,860. Majorie Gallion, a Cane, Tex., housewife was far behind with 18,275 votes. Bentsen, who put on a campaign blitz in the last days of the campaign while his opponent was being forced to reduce his appearances for lack of funds, was strong in the less popu...

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

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r Wednesday, November 3, 1976 Stage Remains Silent tfpmcomixj Show into M&*. The stage will be silent Homecoming weekend. After months of ill-planning, no entertainment or concert is scheduled for this year's activity. No contract has been signed and, because of the late date, it is now too late to negotiate one, George Lindley, university bursar, said Monday. The Homecoming Entertainment Committee is appointed a year in advance by President Nolen and his cabinet with subcommittees assigned to work on specific areas of the Homecoming weekend. This entertainment subcommittee, headed by Mary Yates, was named in the spring. This was plenty of time to secure an entertainer. What happend? Lindley said although the committee attempted to negotiate with several performers, negotiations were never finalized. Either the entertainers were not going to be on tour in this area at the time of the proposed concert, or the agents, after showing an interest in sch...

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

Wednesday, November 3, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 ir' f r/ N! 7/ Pick Up the Beat Photos by PAUL RAINWATER Dr. Robert Winslow, left, directs the NT Concert Band as it rehearses for its fall performance beginning tonight at 8:15 in the Music Recital Hall. Flutist Linda Stork, Lake Jackson freshman, goes over her music one last time. Included in the con- cert program is "Harmonica Wizard" by John Philip Sousa, as well as works by Gustav Hoist, Joseph Jenkins and Rogert Nixon. Band Gives Fall Recital Here Today The Concert Band, conducted by Dr. Robert Winslow, director of bands, will present its fall con- cert today at 8:15 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall. This will be the first concert this semester performed by the band, Dr. Winslow said. Admission is free. The program will include six numbers written by international- ly recognized composers, Dr. Winslow said. "We will present 'Harmonica Wizard,' a seldom heard piece composed by 'March King' John Philip Sousa," he said. "Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 November 1976

n% PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 3, 1976 Photo by MARY READ Posin' Pooch If apes make good sculpture subjects why not dogs seems to be the sentiments of this posin' pooch, Dana, owned by Courtney Glover, Munich, Germany, senior. Statewide Survey Meets Apathy Chairman Encourages Student Response By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter A discrimination survey begun a month ago by a committee of the Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT) has had little response, ac- cording to Dr. Jeannine Wilkins of the speech and drama faculty. The survey, which up to this time has mostly included NT, will be continued to collect information on discrimination in higher education in Texas for the statewide Committee on the Status of Women and Minorities. This data will help in formulating plans for a TACT regional workshop to be held in the spr- ing of 1977 on the NT campus, said Dr. Wilkins, chairman of the committee. "I am surprised and disappointed that we have had no NT studen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 November 1976

Wednesday, November 3, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 if Center Schedules Shots Students May Get Swine Flu Vaccinations By CHUC K HALEY Daily Reporter The Health Center will be giving free swine flu immunizations Monday and Tuesday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Sheila Myer, administrative officer on the Health Center, said Monday that all students and staff and faculty members who are not allergic to eggs and who are 18 or over may get the flu shot. Three jet injector guns will be used. PERSONS WHO have a fever or who have been sick within the last two weeks should wait until they have completely Organizations Roundup Goodwill Sets Show Restored original costumes will be modeled in the Goodwill Bicentennial Fashion Show in the Lyceum Theater Friday at 9 a.m. during the first general session of the Texas Home Economics Student Section (THESS) fall workshop. The women's auxiliary of Goodwill Industries will model the clothes dating from the 1780s to the 1930s, Farmers Branch sophomor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 November 1976

— —— PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 3, 1976 Men, Women Capture Intramural Titles Clark I Wins Clark I took advantage of a Maple Hall turnover Tuesday and cashed it in for a fourth quarter touchdown to win the women's intramural flag football championship 6-0. Sharon Lunn, Austin junior, picked off a Maple pass and returned the ball inside the Maple 10 to set up the game's lone score. On the next play, Molly Shackleford, Denton sophomore, took the ball on a keeper through the middle of the Clark line for six points. Shackleford's pass to Deborah Ford, Bryan freshman, was complete, but Ford could not punch it across for the extra point. MAPLE HAD two more shots at squaring the game, but the Clark defense stiffened on Maple's first possession after the score. On Maple's last crack at six points, Maple moved inside the Clark 20 on pass receptions by Vanessa Miller, Tyler freshman, and Julie Bergeron, Houston freshman. Bergeron's reception came with only seven seconds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 38 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1976 ¥ Denton County Voters Pick Republican Losers in Texas Local Presidential Vote Here is how the 20 precincts around NTSU voted in the presiden- tial race. The shaded precincts indicate those won by President Ford, the striped precinct tied with 389 votes for each of the ma- jor nominees and the white precincts were won by Jimmy Carter. By STEPHEN SHARPE and JOANNA BOSTWICK Daily Reporters President Ford, Republican Alan Steelman and Democrat Ray Roberts were the choice of Denton County voters in Tuesday's elections as more than 40,000 voters cast ballots at the county's 52 precincts. In the state Supreme Court race, Sam Houston led the county with a massive write-in campaign against Democratic candidate Don Yarbrough but lost by a large margin in the state. Denton voters narrowly defeated proposed constitutional amendment No. I by 352 votes and passed proposed con- stitutiona...

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

9rc: f. 7>: ' '• PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 4, 1976 An Editorial Liquor Issue Dries Up A vistor to Denton would have to examine the town very carefully today to find any sign of the raging controversy which engulfed its citizens just six months ago. All that remains are a few tattered bumper stickers, their messages of "Vote Against Beer Joints" and "For the Sake of Your Children, Vote Dry" faded and torn. It seems as if the emotional debate over Denton's going wet no longer oc- cupies an important place among citizens' con- cerns. Perhaps the quiet acceptance of the sale of beer and wine for off-premises consumption can be related to the claims of those who campaigned against Denton's going wet. Their claims at- tempted to sway the voting public against the sale of beer and wine through exaggerated, emotional (fore bodings) of Denton's future. Now that these predictions have failed to materialize, they prefer to ignore the subject. Just six months ago the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1976

. Thursday, November 4, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 \f 11 / \ Cancellation Prompts Extra Cabaret Show There have been some changes in "The Cabaret Theater," now in rehear- sal at the University Theatre, director John Bode said Tuesday. "Since no entertainment was found for Homecoming, we will have a show at 9 p.m. along with the midnight show Nov. 12." Bode said. "There will be a performance Nov. 11 at 9 p.m. and Nov. 13 at 9 p.m. and midnight." he added. Performances will be held in the Studio Ensemble Will Give Concert The Percussion hnsemble will present a concert of comtemporary percussion music Monday at 8:15 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall, Murray Houllif of the music faculty said Tuesday. Houllif and Tom Maguire of the Music faculty and principal percus- sionist of the Oklahoma City Symphony will conduct the performance. The program includes 10 contem- porary compositions that were com- posed since 1934. Among the composers featured are Michael Colgress, William Kraft,...

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

' "■ ■I HI I • PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 4, 1976 Library Monitors Its Books A corporation called "Knogo" instal- led a book security system in the Main Library last fall as a deterrent to book thieves, Director of Libraries Dr. David Webb said Thursday. "We've always had a problem with lost or stolen books," Dr. Webb said. "The pass-around system has been effec- tive in curbing intentional or uninten- tional theft of books." The pass-around method works because all outgoing books are passed around to an attendant at the exit turn- stile for inspection. Any book that has not been checked out properly will trig- ger an alarm at the turnstile, which is sensitive to "tagged" books, Dr. Webb explained. A "tagged" book contains an aluminum strip which is sensitized when the book is checked into the Library. When checked out properly the strip is desensitized and will not activate the alarm, Webb said. The Library's policy toward offenders is lenient, Dr. Webb said....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1976

Thursday, November 4, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 U)OK v somethings WAPPeMINS/ WHAT STATE. IS THAT NOVO? f wnrm Republicans Withdraw Ballot Suit Ford's Concession Ends New York Recount NEW YORK (AP) - Republican of- ficials early this afternoon withdrew their suit to have all ballots and voting machines in the New York State im- pounded in case of a possible recount. The action came after President Ford conceded defeat to Democrat Jimmy Carter in their cliff-hanger presidential election contest. Earlier in the day, trucks had been sent thoughout the state to pick up the 25,000 voting machines, all impounded by a middle-of-the-night court order car- rying White House approval. The highly unusual action—believed to be a first in this state—was ordered after representatives of Republican of- ficials alleged that irregularities had oc- curred in Tuesday's election. A spokesman at the Board of Elec- tions in New York City said this morn- ing that trucks were being dispatched "to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1976

JP?:> ' ' ":V, . • < '• PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 4, 1976 ' $ *■ 4. w8fek ~ Ifc? 'J- - , PS A Frustrating Evening The Eagles'Peter Balda attempts to move past an After an even match at halftime, SMU applied SMU player and start an attack on the Mustangs' pressure most of the second half, scoring twice to goal. Unfortunately, NT met with frustration most seal the Mean Green's doom. Phil Ford (inset) of the night, managing only 10 shots on goal, was injured midway through the second period. Sports Briefs Women To Host Scrimmage The women's basketball team will host Murray State Junior College of Tishomingo, Okla., in a scrimmage Fri- day starting at 6 p.m. in the Coliseum. This will be the team's first scrimmage after two weeks of organized practice. The team will face Baylor Nov. 22 at Waco in its first official game of the season. FACULTY-STAFF VOLLEYBALL The speech and drama faculty-staff volleyball team took the Unioniques Tuesday night two out of thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1976

___ The North Texas Daily mm 60TH YEAR NO. 39 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1970 « 4 t i 1 Carter Indicates Income Tax Cut If Economy Does Not Improve PLAINS, Ga. (AP>—President elect Jimmy Carter said Thursday night that the narrow margin of his victory will not keep him from "moving aggressively to carry out my campaign commitments" and he said there is a strong possibility he will seek a tax cut for average wage earners if the economy does not perk up by Inauguration Day, Jan. 20. At his first nationally televised news conference, from the chilly platform of his hometown railroad depot, Carter said the fact that President Ford came close to winning Tuesday's presidential election does not mean that Carter must adjust his plans for change in a new ad- ministration. "I wish we could have carried all 50 states, but since I didn't, 1 hope to demonstrate even before my inaugura- tion my complete commitment to being president of all the American peo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1976

D s Hots Don't squeal, it won't hurt a bit! An Shots Make One Sick The swine flu immunization program is enough to make one sick. When Private David Lewis, a soldier undergo- ing basic training at Fort Dix, N.J., became ill with a 100-degree fever and a congested chest Feb. 4 and the next day lost consciousness and died, it was quickly diagnosed he had A/New Jersey/76 influenza, or swine flu, a virus similar to the one that caused worldwide devastation in 1918. Almost immediately, the government began taking steps to ward off the threat of an epidemic. President Ford asked for $135 million to provide vaccine for an emergency swine Hue vaccine program. There was only minor opposition. On paper, the program sounded like a good idea. On Aug. 10 Congress passed a measure to provide the vaccine manufacturers with insurance against potential lawsuits. In the past, the outbreak of a new virus in one part of the world has usually been followed by an outbreak in another part of the world. Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1976

Friday, November 5, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 'f ' f % i V I if > V 'V Quintet Plans Concert Alumnus To Appear With Brass Group The nationally acclaimed Eastern Brass Quintet, sponsored by the Fine Arts Series, will give a free concert at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Main Auditorium. Dr. Dorothy Pijan, director of the University Union, said "The Eastern Brass Quintet, within a short span of six seasons, has become firmly established by many critics as among the finest brass ensembles in America. "Since the Quintet's founding in 1970, its performance record has grown prodigiously, including over 500 educational programs, numerous radio and television appearances, a touring schedule that includes concert perfor- mances and residency programs in ma- jor universities throughout the country," she said. ADMISSION TO Tuesday's perfor- mance is free for students with NT IDs and $1.50 for nonstudents. There will be no reserved seats. Tickets will be sold at the door Tuesday night an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1976

' 11 PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Marketing Class Takes TIPS' From Computer Friday, November 5, 1976 \ Avesta Siesta Denton freshmen Barbara Glick and Mark Ford snug- gle in the Avesta Lounge. i Fr By SANDRA HICKS Daily Reporter In Dr. Lewis Karstensson's Market Economy class, the teacher's aid is a computer. Dr. Karstensson, director of the Center for Economic Education, is using the Teaching Information Processing System (TIPS) as a teaching tool. With TIPS, Dr. Karstensson is using the com- puter to give each student quick feed- back on his progress in learning the sub- ject matter. The computer has been used for more than five years to teach economics at Duke University and is being used by medical schools. Dr. Karstensson said. TIPS WAS developed by Allen C. Kelley, chairman of the department of Don't Pass Go in This 'Monopoly' A vacationing NT student and his wife were stopped for speeding by a southern, small-town police chief in a dilapidated pickup truck. Suspecting a sha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1976

4 ■* I / Friday, November 5, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Museum Will Feature Quilts, Related Items for Homecoming Photo by ART CHAPMAN Hole-a-graph Library patrons were faced with a "grave sight" Wednesday when NT groundskeepers had to dig a hole on the grounds. Quilts, photos of quilts, quilting frames, a quilting hook and other quilting paraphernalia will be part of the Museum's quilt exhibit for Homecom- ing. "It's not really a quilt show but an ex- hibit about quilts," Debbie Gatlin, research assistant for the Museum, said Tuesday. "We only have six completed quilts and all the rest are squares and strips of unfinished quilts." EXHIBIT PIECES will be on loan from the private collection of Rick and Mary Grunbaum, owners of the Great American Cover-Up Quilt Shop in Dal- las. The exhibit, entitled, "How Quilt Tops Are Made and Quilted," will feature an applique from I860 and a quilt entitled "Prosperity" made in 1930 by Fannie B. Shaw of Van Alstyne. "Both Linda Lavendar (a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1976

TT PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Daily Staff Predictions Cumulated results of last week's Dally Staff Predictions are 79-21: Terry Pair (8-2), Robin Horton (9-1), Nancy Deen(7-3), David Matustlk(7- 3), Scott White (7-3), Cathy Sulak (8-2), Vlckl Bridges (8-2), Paul Rainwater (8-2), Randy E. Pruett (8-2), and Nancy Cochran (9-1). Season Cagers Plan Blakeley Anticipates Super Year GAMES Terry Pair (53-25) .679 Robin Horton (58-20) .743 Nancy Dean (52-26) .666 Cathy Sulak (25-5) .833 Scott White (31-18) .633 Jim Poynar (22-7) .758 Art Chapman (O-O) .000 Paul Rainwater (20-9) .689 Ralph Wlnlngham (37-13) .740 Nancy Cochran (27-12) .692 Michigan- Purdue Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan SMU-Rice SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU Rice SMU SMU SMU O.U.- Kansas St. O.U O.U. O.U. O.U. O.U. O.U. O.U. O.U. Kansas St. O.U. Texas Tech— TCU Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech T ech Tech Houston- Texas Houiton Houiton Houston Houston Texes Texas H...

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