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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1976

1 Nolen Appoints Three Vice-Presidents By RICHARD KIRK Daily Reporter President C.C. Nolen announced Monday some top level administrative changes doubling the number of NTSU vice-presidents from three to six. They will include Dr. Ralph Willard, vice-president for medical affairs; Dr. Marvin Berkeley, vice-president for ad- ministrative affairs; and Dr. Roy Busby, vice-president for university relations. Dr. Miles Anderson, vice-president for academic affairs; John Carter, vice- presidenl lor Fiscal affairs and treasurer; and Mrs. Jane Smith, vice-president for student affairs, will remain in their cur- rent positions. THK CHANGES, subject to the ap- proval of the Board of Regents, have been discussed with the regents and Nolen said he expects the Executive Committee to give its approval at its meeting Monday. Nolen announced the administrative changes in the President's bulletin. Dr. Willard, TCOM dean, will con- tinue to represent the chief operating of- fice for TCOM. Dr. Willard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1976

f :<vil "■ ♦ PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 9, 1976 Winter Weather Plant Care Yields Problems for 'Potheads' By TERRY MARLOW, Daily Reporter Many people make the mistake of overwatering their potted plants in an effort to compensate for the lack of humidity in their houses, according to Bob Thompson, the nurseryman at Harpool Seed Co. After bringing potted plants indoors for the winter, greenthumbers are often plagued with a plethora of problems. Since plants go into a relatively dormant period during the winter, they do not need near as much water as they used outside during spring and summer, Thompson said. Letting the plants complete- ly dry out a few times will help you to gauge the amount of water they need in the new environment in- doors, he added. Finding space inside with enough natural light is certainly one of the biggest problems, Thompson said. He suggested the southeast corner of a house as the best direction for exposing plants to the greatest amo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1976

Tuesday, November 9, 1976 'Panhandle' Will Show THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 4* '30s Styles Characters in the original NT musical drama, "Panhandle," will depict the 1930s period by wearing authentic period clothing, Corliss McAllister, costume director for the production, said Monday. "Panhandle," a play about the Depression in the Texas panhandle, will be presented in the University Theater Nov. 22-30. "A lot of the items of clothing could be classified as antiques," she said. "We will even be using an authentic World War I uniform." Many people have loaned clothes from their attics that belonged to their parents or grandparents, she said. "The men's clothes really have not changed much. Men can still purchase big apple hats, brogans, overalls, workshirts and jean jackets," Mrs. McAllister said. The department did need some help in locating some of the women's costumes though. Betty Barrow, the costume director for Denton's Firehouse Theater, loaned NT many ladies' dresses and h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1976

' "lk if PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY . Tuesday, November 9, 1976 Van Extends Scope Of Radio-TV Study By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter A mobile television production van and other equipment has been donated to the radio-television-film division, making NT "one of the few, if not the only, university radio TV divisions in the state with a mobile van available for TV taping" Dr. Ed Glick of the speech communication and drama faculty said. The gift was made by Bob McKinsey, vice-president and general manager of KCBN-TV of Lubbock. McKinsey is also on the twelve-member advisory board of the radio-television-film division at NT. "WE HAVE already received the van and hope to bring the equipment to Denton soon," Glick said. "When it is all assembled," he con- tinued, "we plan to have our students getting a considerable amount of ex- perience working on such events as football and basketball games and Homecoming parades." Dr. Glick said there are 13 other four-year universities in Texa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1976

Tuesday, November 9, 1976 J THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 > f Surplus to Earners Group Wants Tax Cut Tater Toter Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Student Government Association (SGA) Presi- dent Raoui Smyth weighs potatoes and unloads groceries for the SGA Food Co-op Saturday. Stu- dents may join the co-op by filling out an order blank and turning it into the SGA office. Groceries are available for pick up between 1:30 and 4 p.m. Saturday at the co-op on the corner of Mulberry and Avenue B. Memberships cost $1, AUSTIN (AP)—The Texas Associa- tion of Business (TAB) proposed Mon- day lo trim the state's record surplus by slashing the sales lax and eliminating the utility tax. "The effect of this proposal would im- mediately put SI.I billion back into the state's economy and into the pockets of the people who earned it in the first place," said Guy Floyd, state affairs chairman of TAB, at a news conference. "This would still leave the state ul Texas a whopping SI.5 billion surplus over and ab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1976

PS®! HP'' PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ' iSflfcww'1' j!"' 'V.'r .v NT Skunks Baylor Soccer Team Blanks Bears 9-0 By MARK G. BURROWS Oillv Reporter The Baylor Bears came into Fouts Field Sa'urday. as underdogs and left smelling like skunks after their 9-0 loss to NT. The Bears, who finished second in the Northeastern Division of the Texas Col- legiate Soccer League (TCSL) with a 4- 3-3 season record, were no match for the offensive-minded Eagles who are now 15-2-1 overall and 8-0 in TCSL play. NT started sluggishly early in the game and scored only two goals before the first half. However, the Eagles scored seven in the second half. The Eagles were able to meander at will around the ineffective defense of the Bears and control the game completely. Jario Escobar, Cali, Colombia, senior, scored the Eagle's first goal on a head shot past Stacy Houser, Baylor's goalkeeper, with an assist from Cristian Sotomayor, Santiago, Chile, freshman, 18 minutes into the game. This was Escobar's ei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1976

I4j ft I Officials Gather For Environment Talks Nov. 17-18 By PORNTIP PIYAKHUN, Daily Reporter Delbert M. Fowler, regional ad- ministrator of the Federal Energy Administration, will discuss the future of energy in Texas at a con- ference Nov. 17-18 in the Univer- sity Union Lyceum. The conference, to be spon- sored by the Institute of Applied Science (IAS), will explore trends in environmental legislation. "Environmental Legislation: The 65th Session" will bring together elected officials, con- cerned individuals, representatives of government agencies, students and faculty members, who will hear and discuss environmental is- sues. SPEAKERS WILL include the regional administrator of the En- vironmental Protection Agency (EPA), executive directors of the Texas Water Quality Board and Texas Water Development Board and the Texas Air Control Board deputy director. N ine members of the legislature, the state land commis- sioner and an assistant attorney general will attend the conference...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1976

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 10, 1976 ontestants Give For Seeking Homecoming Honor EDITOR'S NOTE: The Homecoming Queen contestants were asked to answer the following questions: "Why are you running for Homecoming Queen?" and "Why should students select you?" All nine contestants submitted answers and photographs. and a member of Wisconsin Sleepers. I have a sincere desire to become Homecoming Queen, and I hope the stu- dents will choose a qualified candidate. w J Debbie Arrington Gainesville senior I have always enjoyed participating in campus activities because there is a rewarding sense of fulfillment one gets when working with other people. Homecoming week is always fun for everyone involved. I chose to run for Queen this year so that I can be a part of these activities and represent the tremen- dous student body spirit which we have experienced this year. In the past, the honor of being Homecoming Queen has been awarded to the girl having the collective suppo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1976

'i i i t t vu Wednesday, November 10, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Graduate Students Display Work Exhibits Feature Woodcuts, Intaglio Prints, Photos By DANISE WILLIAMSON Daily Reporter Works by master of fine arts can- didates Susan Medler, Denton print- maker, and Gale Spring, Dallas photographer, will be on display in the Gallery of the Art Building through Fri- day. Mrs. Medler's work in the exhibit in- cludes pencil drawings, woodcuts, in- taglio and combination woodcut and in- taglio prints. Her master's thesis was a project of woodcuts combined with the intaglio method of making prints, she said. "Woodcuts are made by carving away the pieces of the wood you are not going to use. You put the ink directly on the wood, then put the paper on the wood and press the image onto the paper,'1 Mrs. Medler said. Works of Art Dallas graduate student Gale Spring's photograph of hands and "The Shrimp Woman," a combination work of woodcut and in- taglio printing by Denton graduate stude...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1976

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY m -i',. r V*' ' ' A\. £<' W Jt flJr- >• 3t . Wednesday, November 10, 1976 Faculty Salary Study Committee Discovers Merit inconsistencies' Brass Quintet Photo by MARY READ Persons in the University Union on Monday took some time dur- ing the noon hour to hear the Eastern Brass Quintet present an informal concert in the courtyard. The group gave a second per- formance in the Lyceum Theater on Tuesday evening. By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter A one-year study by a committee of the Faculty Senate has concluded that merit decisions on the NT campus are not in line with existing merit policies. The Faculty Salary Study Committee, chaired by Dr. Clovis Morrisson of the history faculty, studied and analyzed the merit statements in the Faculty Hand- book dealing with tenure, promotion and the need for departmental personnel committees. Recommendations for tenure and promotion, according to the policy statements, are based on a critical review of teaching, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1976

Wednesday, November 10, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 f a Employers Schedule Interviews Students May Arrange Appointments Dangerous Diving Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Diving off the board could prove to be very dangerous at this time, as all the water from this swimming pool on the south side of the University Union has been drained until summer. Job interviews for seniors, graduate students and alumni interested in business, government or industrial careers will be held on campus Tuesday- Nov. 22, Pauline Hottelet, secretary in the career planning and placement of- fice, said Monday. Interviews will be held in the Career Planning and Placement Office, Univer- sity Union 320. Interested people should register with the Placement Office and sign the inter- view schedule for an interview time before the interview date. The interview schedule includes: Tuesday Commercial Union Assurance Co.; personal lines underwriter trainee; any major; any level; Dallas. Goodyear Tire Co.; retail sale...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1976

■ PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 10, 1976 fi Spikers Seek High Rank Women Eye State Title The women's volleyball team will play in the state tournament sponsored by the Texas Association Tor Intercollegiate Athletics for Women in Canyon Friday and Saturday. NT, with an I8-IM record for the year, will be shooting to finish in the top five in the tourney in order to advance to the regional tourney in Huntsville Nov. 19-20. The top two teams from that regional tourney will advance to the national tourney in Austin Dec. 8-ll. The women, seeded eighth in the 16- team tourney, advanced as a result of a second place finish in the North Zone tourney two weeks ago. The three top teams from each of the four zone tour- naments plus four at-large teams qualified for the state meet. The at-large teams were selected on the basis of won- lost record and caliber of play. Dolores Copeland, Volleyball coach and associate athletic director, said that everyone is healthy for the tourn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 42 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1976 y* Faculty Senate Criticizes Nolen's Selection Process \ I i t t I f > By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter The Faculty Senate decided Wednes- day to ask President C. C. Nolen to ex- plain the top level administrative addi- tions which he announced Friday. Some members believed the Faculty Senate should have had a voice in the decision to add three vice-presidents to the president's staff. "Perhaps the Faculty Senate should be dissolved, because although the senate charter says that it has a say in university matters, in fact it doesn't," Dr. Roland Vela of the biological sciences faculty said. "We in the senate are letting ourselves be used— prostituted—to the detriment of the un- iversity." Following Dr. Vela's comments the senate discussed it's role in the university setting. Dr. William Demougeot of the speech and drama faculty said although the charter says that the Fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1976

Thursday, November 11, 1976 PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wi®flraIfinSfllS!i? iwOHEL •'#§ SJp. V'VV^ Preschoolers, Learn In '.Miniature World for Children' By DAVID MATUSTIK, Staff Writer Children's laughter, seemingly out of place on a un- iversity campus, is heard daily by students walking between the Women's Gym and the Education-Home Economics Building. If one stops and investigates, he will find on the other side of a big wooden fence, a grassy playground area filled with children's recreational equipment. It is part of the nursery school of the School of Home Economics, a center for learning for both 3- and 4- year-olds and NT students as wall. STUDENTS OBSERVE child behavior at the school. After receiving their instructor's permission and making arrangements ahead of time, students can observe the children and interact with them, Clara Lloyd, director of the school, said. The school is divided/Into two general play areas and a multipurpose room used for lunch, naps and various...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1976

' l a I 4 fj i Thursday, November 11, 1976 Groups Add Lights, Fire To Festivity NT Greeks are a primary factor in making Homecoming more than just a football game, Corpus Christi junior David Stinson, Interfraternity Council president, said. "The Greeks keep up the Homecom- ing tradition from year to year. It wouldn't be much without them," Stinson said Monday. Campus sororities and fraternities will participate in a variety of activities designed to make Homecoming 1976 more enjoyable for themselves and others, he said. "The fraternity house decorations, Greek floats and strong Greek represen- tation at the giime add to Homecoming's success," San Antonio senior Barbara Barry, Panhellenic Association presi- dent, said. Many of the fraternity houses are be- ing decorated this week, and the results of the competition will be announced Saturday. Many of the fraternities have asked a sorority to help them with the decoration process. This year the houses will illustrate the theme "Movin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1976

I PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ,, '■ • r" • NT Pair Advises Project PBS Plans Series on U.S. Economy By SANDRA HICKS Daily Reporter Two NT faculty members are among the consultants for a S3.5 million film project to be aired nationally in 1978 on the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) television network. Dr. William A. Luker of the Center for Economic Education and Dr. Ken- dall P. Cochran, chairman of the economics department, were in New / ■> Post Office Says: Mail Gifts Early "Christmas mail should be mailed as early as possible," Don Samuelson, win- dow technician at the NT Post Office, said Thursday. Samuelson said mail sent early will get better handling than mail sent nearer to Christmas. Mail involving the Armed Forces should be sent no later than Dec. 2., he said. Surface mail travels on a boat and usually takes six to eight weeks. Any mail being sent in this manner should be mailed at least by Nov. 11. During the Christmas rush surface mail could take almost two months to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1976

Thursday, November 11, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 * f Jr * Halls To Launch Events Homecoming, Films Highlight Plans Maple Hall will be sponsoring a Homecoming reception and two groups of films, according to Debra Bell, head resident. The Homecoming reception will be Saturday in the Maple Hall Lobby. Parents, alumni, residents and students are invited to attend the reception from 10 a.m. until noon. Refreshments of punch and cookies will be served. The first group of films will be shown Nov. 19. These films will include "See mm Photo by TERRY WOOTEN High Pressure Cleaning A workman from Ser-Mac Inc. of Dallas-Ft. Worth, uses hot water and detergent under high pressure to clean the exterior surfaces of Marquis Hall as part of the general facelifting for the building. The cost of the cleaning and sealing for future painting is $4,500. Sun Begins To Set ^ On British Empire LONDON (AP) - "The future don't hold anything." Bob d'Angelo sat back in his chair and looked around the qui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1976

! i PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Czech Goalie Travels Long Road to Eagle Net By MARK G. BURROWS, Daily Reporter Julius Bejsovec of Prague, Czechoslovakia, the premier goalkeeper for the soccer team with eight shutouts has been competing since he was 11- years-old. Born in Prague in 1947 he spent 21 years of his life there before defecting to the West. In Europe, Bejsovec and other children played soccer as their No. 1 sport. "I have played soccer competitively since I was 11.1 signed up for a club and went to pratice as a goalkeeper," he said. Between 12 and 14 Julius played for the "pee wee league" in Prague. By the time he was 15, he was part of the Sparta Prague junior team. He played for the junior team as a goalkeeper for two years. In that two-year period, the team finished second in the national Czechoslovakian tournament. "We finished third at Cairnes, France, in a big tournament," he said, against other European teams. BUT 1965 was the last year for the team to travel freel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1976

r \ i I y 1 L li ■?> The North Texas 60TH YEAR NO. 43 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1976 Festivities, Food Will Greet NT Alumni Crumley 'Cloud1 Causes Anxiety For Float Folks 'Superstar' Homecoming Opens With Pro-Am Golf Tournament By SHIRLEE OWEN, Daily Reporter "Movin" Like a Superstar" Homecoming activities begin today at 9:30 a.m. with the seventh annual pro-am golf tournament, the first of a two- day series of events. Don January, former NT golfer and now a leading money winner on the pro tour, will be among those entered in the tournament. At 12:30 p.m. today the Golden Eagles luncheon will be held in the See related stories, pages 3 and S Silver Eagle Suite, third floor of the University Union. At 3 p.m., the Alumni Association will have a board of directors meeting in the Hann Room, Denton Suite, third floor of the Union. Visitors are welcome to attend the meeting. TONIGHT'S FESTIVITIES will begin at 6:30 with a torchlight parade. The Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1976

bHN ; PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 12, 1976 Colombian Changes Direction of Life; Social Worker Strives for Education By MARY SWENSEN, Daily Reporter The suicide of a stranger changed the life of Dario Gam boa. It was during a summer experience in a rural Colombian village as a volunteer social worker, that Gamboa, a Cali, Colombia, graduate student, redirected his life. The stranger, an illiterate man, desperate because he could not earn enough money to feed his wife and seven children, came to Gamboa for help. He was almost crying as he told Gamboa about his starving family. Shortly after his meeting with Gamboa, the man was called by the police and told of his son's ar- rest on a charge of theft. THE NEXT DAY, Gamboa went to the man's home to offer a possible solution to his employment problem. He found the man dead. Desperation had led to suicide. "I had a master's degree in philosophy and realized that there were more important needs in this world than could be ...

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