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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1970

Friday. October 23,1970 NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 i) I I i i J) I V ( if lv Unsigned Art Bears Artist's Individuality By SHARON MOORE Dally Reporter The unusual thing aboul Tim McClure, a Dallas senior and art major, is that he does not sign his paintings. Construction Costs Raise Dorm Rent Housing director R. A. Geer said Tues- day that rising costs in room and board are due to the increase in construction of new dormitories in the last few years. Since 1964, three new dorms have been built. The first was Maple, with Clark and last year's new addition of Kerr Hall fol- lowing. "These dorms, along with all of the others, are approximately 92 percent filled with people moving in and out all of the time," Geer said. "There is nothing in any of the next few years' plans which indicate that more dorms will be built." Also, questions are being raised con- cerning the $6 Student Association fee paid by each student upon arrival to their dorm. This fee is for the students in their particula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1970

*TK- V -V*?* ft.*?,;.:: * i:ffl« HKFv ' PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY ,"] J i ; ' Similar Team Records :V<1; ► Friday, October 23.1970 Flying Eagles To Battle Memphis Battered and oft grounded, the Hagles gained some altitude with Saturday's I l-IO victory over West Texas State, but they are far from being completely airborne. And with old nemesis Memphis State (MSU), rolling into town Saturday, prospects for prolonged flight seem dim. Thus far in the season, the Tigers have been almost as inconsistent as the Eagles. They have won every other game, losing their opener to tough Mississippi, 47-13, defeating Virginia Tech, 21-20, dropping a 27-12 decision to surprising Tulsa and clipping Florida State with a come-from- behind 16-12 victory in the last 14 seconds on Saturday. But since the Tigers' entry into the MVC in 1968, they have come up with the right The Firing Line Came Memphis Si. at North Texas St. Torn Kdlrv (38-13.745) MSU by 15 H. E. vs lilliams (34-17 b66) MSU by 3 Ben Posl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1970

DWUfWl'Hi'WAMi IL'IlmIK' " The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 32 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1970 South Vietnamese Hit J | capsules ! Farther Into Cambodia t i I 'i i f news Students To Select Senior President, Queen When seniors vote for class president Wednesday, they will see the same can- didates names that appeared in last spring's controversial election that was voided. The candidates for senior class president, Harry Ray, Port Worth senior, and David Swaab, Dallas senior, did not have to re- file for places on the ballot USNT President Jimmy Deming said Monday. Last week, Larry Moore, senior from I.ivomo, Italy, announced he would cam- paign as a write-in candidate. Also on the Wednesday ballot will be the eight candidates for Homecoming Queen. All students will be able to vote in this election. The eight candidates for Homecoming Queen are: Connie Tadlock, Frisco senior; Mary Martin, San Antonio junior; Brenda Di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1970

""t" • 1 ' PAGE 2—NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ ' ■ -W:; >" M mi ■;;i. m Festivities Honor Phyllis A ft Miss America visits Woodrow Wilson Elementary School where she did student teaching last year. Press conferences are a regular affair with Phyllis. I-",/J Spreads Joy Miss America '71 Shares With City . .a time to weep and a time to laugh. . .a time to rend and a time to sew. . .a time to keep silence and a time to speak. . .for what gain has the worker from his toil?"1 Phyllis George, Miss America 1971, lists Ecclesiastes 3:1-9 as one of her favorite Bible verses. Recognizing the message of the words of this passage, Phyllis is achieving during her reign one of her greatest ambitions to make people happy. This Miss America has a rare, envious quality. She can instill inspiration. Latest example of this ability was youth night of a recent Billy Graham crusade in Louisiana. The response was staggering, but perhaps more staggering was the realization of thousands of people that Phyllis is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1970

Tuesday. October 27.1970 Delegates To Attend Activities Conference t Representatives from the Residence Mall Council and the Union Building (UB) will attend the regional conference of the Asso- ciation of College Unions International Sunday through Tuesday at TCU in Fort Worth. The North Texas delegates hope to gain new program ideas to enable the campus to offer more activities that will be relevant to the students, Mrs. Carol Chappel, assis- tant dean of students and council sponsor, said. Representing the UB will be Ron Blatch- ley, director of student activities; Hal Mil- ler, UB director; Ted Lee, Fort Worth graduate student; Brenda Dickson, Dallas sophomore, and Cynthia Ilicks, Fort Worth junior. Delegates from the council will include Mrs. Chappell; Robin Gilliam, Sun Anton- io junior and president of the women's side of Kerr Hall; Pat Boynton, Mineola sopho- more and president of Maple Street Hall, and Pat Johnson, Houston sophomore and social chairman of Maple. Station To A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1970

PAGE 4— NORTH TEXAS DAILY Fumbles Cost Eagles28-7 Loss To Memphis Target Check Firing Line Gunner Week Season Tom kelle> 3-4 42J< 41-17.707 Terry Kelly 5-2 .714 38-20 .655 H. ti. Williams .1-4 .428 37-21 .638 Ben Poston 3-4 .428 37-21 638 Keith Shelton 5-2 .714 34-24 .586 The bagle offense sagged badly again Saturday night and the defensive unit is beginning to balk at the weekly grind of carrying the offensive load. North Texas scored first in the 28-7 loss, but Memphis State recovered four of live Eagle fumbles, one at the North Texas nine-yard line, and in the second half, just wore down the Mean Green defense. Head Coach Rod Rust recognizes that the defense is faltering. Asked if the de- fensive unit feels depressed over the im- potency of the offense, Rust said, "That's obvious. Early in the season, the defense played well, and now they are beginning to hide behind the offense. They are using the Snow Storms Finals In Drag Competition "Rambuctious" Gene Snow Irom Fort Wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 33 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1970 * 4 r II 1 ■P li USNT Endorses Policies. Demonstration Proposal USNT Senate Tuesday night unanimous- ly endorsed five questions to the Board of Regents and a proposal for a student demonstration Nov. 12. The proposed demonstration would oc- cur simultaneously with the 10 a.m. Board of Regents meeting Nov. 12 in front of the Administration Building. Joe Burgoyne, Denton junior and USNT senator, asked senate endorsement of a live point proposal which will he submitted to the regents' meeting at that time. Each proposal asks a question of the Board of Regents. The questions are: • in relation to University Housing re- gulations, including curfew and compul- sory dorm residency, why hasn't anything been done to revise the "archaic regula- tions alter Dean of Women Nancy Dickens and former President John Kamerick resigned?" • Why, after two years of effo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1970

i I' I MOB 2—NORTH TEXAS DAILY SHHiI SHw*: |Q(uBIV| The North Texas Daily S4th Ytar North Texas State University Denton. Texti ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by Norlh 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. Monetary Losses Apathy Threatens SAC's Activities The Student Activities Committee (SAC) sponsored a concert Monday night. 11"they were lucky they lost only about S2.000. At the first concert of the year, SAC presented three fine groups the I O'Clock Lab Band, "Bloodrock" and "Pacific Gas & Electric." A crowd of around 3,000 showed, pretty good for a North Texas affair. That concert cost the SAC $7,000. It lost $4,181. A lew weeks ago, SAC tried again with a dance in the Women's Gym- nasium. "Cheshire," a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1970

:,'fV 'te;,* VA'^'fc# • Wednesday, Octobar 28,1970 Expansion To Begin For Service Office In Business Building 1 r Pi .4 n< k \ By PAUL DAIGLE, JR. Daily Reporter If you need u job when you graduate, the North Texas Business Placement Ser- vice may be better prepared to handle your case than ever before. Construction will soon begin on the ex- pansion of the service's office in the Busi- ness Administration Building, which will rovide more than double the current floor space and relieve the highly conjested con- ditions which now exist. John M. Brooks, director of the service, said that the office w ill relocate in the south end of the building where the business li- brary and a small classroom are currently located. Contest Entries Due January 2 Deadline for entries in the Texas Insti- tute of Letters awards competition has been set for Jan. 2. Dr. Martin Shock- ley, secretary-treasurer of the Institute and a member of the I nglish faculty, an- nounced Monday. The awards that wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 October 1970

PAQK 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY yr >* * Vrf ■ m lr% « *' ,..>•••" i ISfe ii««* Mil*1 1 ' . - I ||n I <11 u The Daily Goes l Shutter-Popping At the Drags Top drivers from all over the United States and part of Canada flooded Dallas International Speedway over the weekend for the National Hot Rod Association World Finals. Dallasitc Ben Griffin (I) took Competition Eliminator over Jeg Coughlin's Funny Car (2). Jack Jones piloted his California-based twin (3) to Top Gas win over Ray Motes (4). The woman's touch came into play as female crew member shot ether to Heichel Brothers' AA/Altered (5) and Miss "Hurst Golden Shifter" (6) smiled down on photographers. Another Texan, Amarillo's Carroll Caudle, got a head start on a little dragster (7) and won Modified Eliminator bracket. A Top Fuel team from Washington State drove all the way down in a 1933 Plymouth and used it as push car (8). John Weibe (9) carried a regional title into finals but lost out to Ronnie Martin (10) in Top Fuel cat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1970

mm ? The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 34 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29,1970 I li Nixon Backs GOP Candidates For Texas Governor. Senator Register Now! Registration for the all-campus blood drive for hemophiliac children began Thursday in front of the UB. The "Gift of Life Committee." organizers of the blood drive on campus, were assisted by Mike Keith, Fort Worth senior, and Cynthia Allen, Richardson sophomore Collection of the blood will be made on the third floor of the Union Building November 11 and 12. LONG VIEW, Tex. (AP) — President Nixon, pressing his campaign to elect Re- publican senators in Florida and Texas, declared Wednesday his administration's economic policies are working and "infla- tion has been checked and will slow still further." Nixon gave the up-beat assessment on the economic situation, the chief target of Democratic campaign efforts across the nation, in a statement as he arrived in Texas to campa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1970

PAGE 2—NORTH TKXA8 DAILY The North Texas Daily 64th Y# r North Tmh Stat* University Denton, Texas 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 Stale University Administration. Stamped on Packages Mysterious Codes Puzzle Consumers A brand of candy bars has rat hairs in them, cyclamates have been taker off the market and cereals have little nutrient value. But bewildered con- sumers have still another problem confronting them. The problem is those mysterious number codes stamped on food pro- ducts. Every little digit has a meaning all its own, but the average consumer is befuddled as to what the numbers actually mean. For example, take the one-pound package of Lucerne butter found on the Safeway supermarket shel...

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

Thursday, October 29,1970 PAGE 3—NORTH TEXAS DAILY f A [. - J ■« 'No Gap Keffer Defends Lindley Policies GARY MORTON Daily Reporter Is there a communications gap between students and William C. Lindley, vice- president for student affairs? Lindsey Keffer, administrative assistant to Lindley, does not think so. "The problem is that the buck-passing stops at Lindley's door," Keffer said. "Ik- is the one who must say yes or no. Some students do not like anyone to say 'no'." "Lindley's position takes him away from day-to-day contact with students," Keffer added. "He has to meet the responsibili- ties of his office." KEFFER ALSO thinks that students are not aware of all the university must con- sider in determining student policy. "At state institutions, the university is at the pleasure of the legislature, which pro- vides the funds needed to keep North Texas open. The Board of Regents has the re- sponsibility, legally, for policy decisions. However, they too must please the legisla- tu...

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

^5®:,i7:^K;' J-* ;.,:'!' - vv SsSlS f • • .- ,./. >rv/^''i:: " K; ■ PAGE 4— NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. October 29,191 ■ Jlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^llllilllllllllillllllllllillllllllllllilllllllllllllllDllllilllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ Bob Campbell" SZoo Like Nightmare I went to the World of Animals in Mes- quite Sunday, and the experience was nightmarish. In the first place, cars were plastered over what seemed to be every square inch of the *oo. I'm not exaggerating. Cars were bumper-to-bumper on 90% of the two- lane, one-way road which winds through the zoo grounds. THE WORLD of Animals is billed as the zoo of the future in which the animals roam free and the people are caged. It's a future concept, all right some kind of freaky dream of George Orwell. The idea is that people drive through the fenced-in compound and view the ani- mals as they lounge about on the grounds. The one big rule is that all cars must go through the z...

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

Daily FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1970 libr Iter t.o- |tc! at lew lin- las' J ho pics l>rd P ni- of uxi- ier- J? \ I J pul out difls/tent from those you sec on television and in the newspapers," he said. "The few you see are not the majority, but the mi- nority. It is the idealistic young people who care about those who don't have chances like they do that are going to be the great leaders of this country." The President also advocated prosperity without war, and progress without inlla- tion He said he wants to see that all Amer- icans have the chance to realize the Ameri- can dream, and he does not think it makes sense to put "good money into bad pro- view witii a crowd ot greeting mm at Gregg County Airport. More than 30,000 persons jammed into Market Hall, Nixon emphasized that he endorses George Bush, Republican senatorial can- didate, and Paul Eggers, Republican no- minee for governor. "Issues before the American people to- day are too great to be put into partisan terms," he said. ...

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

PAGE 2—NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Tom Stat* Umvamty Danton. Taxas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Taxaa Stata Univaraity Printing Offica 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. Plane Safety How Much Dying To Prompt Action What does it take to stop aircraft companies from leasing unsafe airplanes, or even to get an in-depth investigation of such actions? Evidently it takes a disastrous airplane crash such as the Oct. 2 accident in Colorado that killed 30 persons including members of the Wichita State University football team. Finally, action is being taken against companies like the Golden Eagle Aviation, Inc., and Jack Richards Aircraft Inc., that owned the aircraft in which the Wichita State University team was...

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

?! ■ Friday. October 30.1970 l\ Committee Completes Preparations "NTSU—Four Score and More" is al- most an enumeration of this year's home- coming activities as well as the theme, em- phasizing the school's 80-year history. The Homecoming Committee finalized preparations for the multitude of activities Tuesday afternoon. Events will "tee off' Nov. 6 with North Texas' first annual pro-am golf tourna- ment. There is no admission charge, and free refreshments will be provided for spec- tators. Three luncheons will be held at ll:30 a.m. Nov. 7. Between 150 and 175 guests are expected for the President's Luncheon honoring the Golden Eagles, North Texas graduates who have been out of school for 50 years or more. The Silver Eagles, the Class of 1945, will be honored at the McConnell Hall luncheon. The public is invited to a buffet luncheon in Clark Hall. The price of the meal is $1.75. The parade will assemble near Fouts Field at 10 a.m. Nov. 7, and will travel to Denton's square for final...

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

''M #fVrrjl < ,t* Jfilt' ■■■'■ .- if A' ■**y ■tSXum ,. • ;i PAOI4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. October 30.1970 Eagles To Try for 3rd Win Saturday Rust Juggles Starting Lineup Made It! Nap Landry, 5-11, 186-pound junior halfback from Beaumont, is momen- tarily grounded after crashing through the Memphis State line on a one- yard touchdown drive. Landry scored the only North Texas touchdown in Saturday's game. No. 10 is Memphis left linebacker William Daggett. Well, to coin an old cliche, "Things gotta get better because they can't get any worse," and with New Mexico State invad- ing Denton Saturday, the time is prime for an Eagle turnabout. New Mexico State enters this game with an identical 2-5 record as do the Eagles. The Aggies fell to West Texas State, 37-7, while the Eagles corralled the Buffs, 11 -10. THE SERIES stands at four wins and two ties for each side but the Eagles have won three of the last four, the only excep- tion being a 31 to 31 tie in 1967. But after Saturday's g...

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

' m V *4 r Ka-Boom! The Talons began the current football season with a blast as they introduced their newest spirit project, the cannon, which is fired after every Mean Green touch- down. The organization, which is active in service and spirit projects throughout the year, helps select varsity cheerleaders, carries the bell and Eagle costume to all the home games, and judges the Sigma Nu—Theta Chi rope pull held during the spring intramurals. —Photo by Larry Reese Talons Holds Bonfire Group Seeks To Provide Spirit, Service BY J. RUSSELL LEWIS Daily Reporter The mountain of wood stands silhou- etted against the night sky, lit only by the flames of torches. A great crowd of singing and chanting students encircles the struc- ture. Gasoline is poured over the wood and the torches are thrown in. A cheer goes up as the lire begins to blaze. Another campus riot? Not hardly. It's the traditional Homecoming bonfire spon- sored by the Talons. The bonfire is only one means through which the T...

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

PAQE 2—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuasday. November 2.1970 The North Texas Daily 64th Year North Taxaa Stat* University Oanton. Taxaa ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Taxaa State Univaraity Printing Offica TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statamants of tha North Taxaa Daily and raadars' latters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Publicity Ads City Insults Nixon With Carnival Air Shortly before Richard Nixon visited Dallas a series of advertisements appeared on television and radio that lent a carnival touch to the proceedings. The presidential visit was billed like a side show in some cheap midway, the announcer shouting such things as, "Six marching bands, count 'em, six!; beautiful girls!; the biggest thing to hit Dallas since????; the president is coming to Dallas, yeaaa!" Such may be fine for a side show, but it hardly fits the occ...

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