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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1976

Friday, November 12, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 J, t i u Daily Reveiw 'Sharp' Music Lifts Flat Cabaret Humor By JAMES TERENCE BRENNEN, Daily Reporter A bit of Broadway was brought to Denton Wednesday night during a full dress rehearsal by The Cabaret Theater for the press. The show officially opened Thursday night. But good comedy is hard to write, much less perform. The comedy team came up with a couple of humorous sketches, but most of the routines were mundane and monotonous. The comedy team did original material that focused on campus events and institutions. One sketch, whose originality is questionable, concerned bomb threats on campus. It appeared to be an ob- vious remake of a Charles Addams car- toon dealing with obscene phone calls. "The Grumpky Chronicles" was another tired effort that failed to arouse laughter. Its theme was: "Is there life at Kerr Hall?", but by the time it was over the title should have read: "Is there life in the audience?" The orchestra, condu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1976

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 12, 1976 Dr. Roden Begins Second Text New Book Will Expound on Earlier Composition Spare Stare Pholo by BARRY BLUM With the fad of customizing vans on the rise, the owner of this van, parked on McCormick Street near Kerr Hall, chose this spare tire cover to illustrate his "tongue-in-tire" brand of humor, no doubt intended for any would-be tailgaters. By VK'KI OBER Daily Reporter "The secret to becoming a good writer is to learn to throw things out. Just because you have written it doesn't mean that you have to keep it," Dr. Peyton Roden of the business faculty said. Dr. Roden has recently signed a contract with the John Wiley Publishing Co. of New York City and is in the process of writing his second text. The book will be an advanced managerial fi- nance textbook scheduled for publication in 1978. Dr. Roden and Dr. George Christy of the business faculty co-authored another text now in print. The text, "Finance: Environment and Decisions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1976

Friday, November 12, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 \ I ; f - * * t i i s. C 1 ■? Clark Hall Piles Cans For Money By FRANK DUTY Daily Reporter Aluminum cans and newspapers have been piling up in Clark Hall, the result of a recycling program spon- sored by the Clark Hall Dorm As- sociation, said Grand Prairie junior Gloria Bagley, publicity chairman. "We're trying to build up a private account for dances and parties," Miss Bagley said Tuesday. She said that money-making programs such as the recycling program are necessary because Clark Hall doesn't receive as much univer- sity funding as the bigger dorms. Clark residents have already col- lected six trash cans lull of aluminum cans and have collected tall stacks of newspapers. Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Turning Trash Into Cash Les Munson, Denton sophomore sorts through the piles of newspapers stacked in the Clark Hall ironing room during the dormitory's recycling program. The dormitory residents are collecting newspapers and aluminum c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1976

Wffi- PT' ripv k! PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 11* Friday, November 12, 1976 Eagles 'Come Home' NT Hopes To Freeze FSU Air Attack Daily Staff Predictions Cumulated results of last week's Daily Staff Predictions are 63-27: Terry Pair (7-2), Robin Horton (7-2), Nancy Deen (7-2), Cathy Sulak (7- 2), Scott White (5-4), Jim Poyner (6-3), Art Chapman (8-1), Paul Rainwater (6-3), Ralph Wlningham (6-3) and Nar.cy Cochran (4-5). By NANCY DEEN Sports Editor t Florida State University (FSU), a team big on passing, will probably suffer from cold hands during the NT Homecoming game Saturday at l:30 p.m. at Fouts Field. If the freezing temperatures predicted for Saturday aren't enough to give NT an edge in the game, Hayden Fry, athletic director and head football coach, has promised to come up with a few razzle-dazzle plays in the Eagle's first home game in over a month. !Last week, FSU quarterback Jimmy Black connected on 21 of J9 pass attempts for 351 yards and two TDs. In addition, he did not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1976

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 44 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1976 V i Homecoming '76 ... It all began, innocently enough, with a torchlight parade on a cold but clear Friday night (see story, Page 5)... ...when Houston senior Sandra James, a physical education major, was named Homecoming Queen. Miss James is a member of Delta Sigma Theta and a former member of the women's basketball, volleyball and badminton teams. I . .. or Snow Show m wmr mimiTt Saturday morning, the cold, clear weather turned to cold, snowy weather as a light flurry greeted parade watchers-.• I ...by game time, it was snowing harder, forcing the 3,000 people who went to the Homecoming game to bundle themselves from head to toe and cut their stay short (see story, Page 2).... sm m t vHs $ r. /■<VrI * ...while on the field, the scene resembled a Canadian Football League game in December as NT and Flordia State met on a field covered with four to six inches of snow (see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1976

• ,< V PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 16, 1976 David Board Snowfall Interrupts Homecoming Day The first sound I hear early Saturday morning (around 8 or 9 a.m.) is that of a distant voice squealing in delight, "Wow! It's snowing! There's snow everywhere!" In my state of half-slumber 1 decide I must be dreaming and so back to sleep. When 1 awaken at the decent hour of noon it is with great astonishment that 1 discovered my dream has come true, so to speak. Snow...Everywhere...In Tex- as...In November...Amazing. And what a snow it is, not the messy, sleet-like sort that usually falls around here, if any does but light, dry, fluffy white snow like is found in northern lands. Further examination leads to the discovery that this dry, fluffy snow is perfect for making snowballs. And snowballs I do make. And Throw. And get thrown at. After the fun of snowball warfare melts away, I remember that before becoming the-first-day-it-ever- snowed-in-Texas-in-November-that-I-can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1976

t b ti d c< y« be atl cui 1 Tuesday, November 16. 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DA Students To Try Directing Class Does 'Summer' in December By JOANNA BOSTWICK Daily Reporter Students in the beginning directing llass of Dr. Curl Marder of the drama laculty will direct "Summer and Smoke" b> Tennessee Williams, Dr. Marder said Monday. The performances will be Dec. 2-3 at 8 p.m. in the Studio Theater of the Speech and Drama Building. Admission will be free. The four main characters of the play will be protrayed by Richard Skiles, Denton junior; Debbie Ayres, Dallas senior; Dan Brantley, Hurst junior and Odnoposoff To Judge International Contest Adolfo Odnoposoff of the music faculty will be one of the judges of the Villa-Lobos International Cello Competition held today through Nov. 26 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The contest is being held in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late cellist Pablo Casals. "I was chosen because of my relationship with Casals—as a teacher and ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1976

IE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 16, 1976 Tu< .eunited Family Recalls NT Life of 50 Years Ago Five Wilkins kids piled into a 1930 automobile Friday and remembered— with lots of laughter—how it was in the 1920s and 1930s when they were in school at North Texas State Teachers College, now North Texas State Univer- sity, where their mother taught. The two brothers and three sisters were joined by another sister to celebrate the 1976 NTSU Homecoming and have a family reunion. The six at the reunion were Charles, class of '25; Eugene, class of '26; Margeret (now Naegelin), class of '34; Mary Jo (now Galbraith), class of '36; Pat (now Henderson), class of '40; and Rachel (now Mays), class of 41. THARLES AND Eugene both be- .(e college presidents of Southern Arkansas University and Kean College of New Jersey, respectively. Margaret was the first woman city councilman of New Braunfels, where she now resides. Rachel is food service direc- tor at NTSU. Mary Jo teaches at a junior hig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1976

Tuesday, November 16, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 f1 n r 1 i t Eagles Roasting at an Open Fire Students and spectators gather around the bonfire Friday night following the torchlight parade. About 200 people warmed themselves by the fire and waited for the announcement of the Homecoming Queen. Photo by PAUL RAINWATER r/k 'State of the University1 Address Nolen Calls for More State Funding By BOB GRACE Daily Reporter State funding of education must con- tinue to increase to meet the needs of state universities, President C.C. (Jitter) Nolen said Saturday. Nolen's "State of the University" ad- dress was directed to an audience of 98 alumni and their families at the Homecoming buffet in the Silver Eagle Room of the University Union. Asking alumni members to continue their support of education, Nolen pointed out that NTSU receives a smal- ler percentage of the state education budget than it did 10 years ago. ALTHOUGH THE siate's education budget has risen, Nolen said, the percen- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1976

%p :\. v PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 16, 1976 Florida Slips by NT Mean Green Defense Freezes Over By NANCY DEEN Sports Editor Slippin' and sliddin' through the slush on Fouts Field Saturday the Florida State University (FSU) Seminoles ended the Homecoming football game with a one-point lead slashing NT's four game winning streak. The Seminoles seemed to enjoy the snow even more than their 21-20 victory over the Eagles Saturday. Even though they came to Texas unprepared for a Blue Northerner, the Florida residents made the most of their opportunity to play in the snow. THE FSU players built a snowman before the game and held a sideline snowball fight after their victory. One FSU student from Miami, Fla., remarked that this was the first time he had seen snow in 15 years. He attended the game wearing the only warm clothing he had brought—a two-piece dress suit. FSU dominated play racking up 343 total offensive yards to NT's 224. FSU's air attack accounted for 192 ya...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1976

I* > Carter Considers Bipartisan Cabinet WASHINGTON (AP)—President-elect Jimmy Carter's new chief talent scout said Tuesday he is sure some Republicans or independents will be in the Carter Cabinet, although no special effort is being made to recruit them. Hamilton Jordan, who managed Carter's Democratic presidential cam- paign and was named Monday to lead the search for the faces of the new administration, said his job is to help Carter "find the best people." He said Carter has no commitment to form a bipartisan Cabinet. Bll'l' "I'M sure it's inevitable," he added, "that there will be some Republicans or independents in there, as well as Democrats." Meanwhile, the White House announced that as a result of a telephone call between Carter and President Ford, arrangements are being made for the two men to confer in Washington next week. No date has been set for the meeting, their first since the final televised campaign debate. It was also announced Tuesday that Secretary of State...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1976

AGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 17, 1976 An Editorial Code Question Flickers This week Dr. Marvin H. Berkeley, one of six university vice-presidents, is to begin an investiga- tion to determine how safe campus buildings are from fire. This investigation was ordered by President C.C. Nolen in response to two Daily articles (Sept. 15 and Nov. 4) and stories in other local papers. The Daily stories cited several instances where Denton's former Asst. Fire Marshal Alvin Evans said some buildings violate fire and safety codes. * These alledged violations gave rise to questions such as: How safe are these buildings' occupants in the event of fire? How effectively could a fire be fought in these buildings under existing con- ditions? Whatever the reasons behind the present situa- tion of using outdated equipment or none at all in certain areas of some of the older buildings, it is hoped that Dr. Berkeley's study will reveal these inadequacies and prompt action to improve the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1976

Wednesday, November 17, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Symphony To Perform This Week The University Symphony, un- der the direction of Dr. Anshel Brusilow, will perform Wednes- day and Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall. To ensure seating, students should pick up free tickets in Music Building I68. This ticket procedure worked well for the orchestra's last performance, Robert Gregg, graduate assistant to Dr. Brusilow, said. The orchestra will perform a variety of music, including "Oboe Concerto" by Marcello with oboist Charles Veazey of the music faculty; "Adagio for Strings" by American composer Samuel Barber; Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No. 6 (Pathetique)" and Debussy's "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun." The two concert masters for the symphony this year are Elisabeth Adkins, Denton junior, and Loren Laing, Dallas senior. Photo by CINDY SPURGEON And a One, And a Two... Dr. Anshel Brusilow directs the string section of the University Symphony Orchestra during the fin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1976

■Vvednesdi Electronics Incorporate Art, Music In a little house overgrown with shrubbery at 1721 Mulberry St., the Electronic Music Center is working towards a new art form. The objective for the Electronic Music Center is to develop new techniques of artistic communica- tions, Merrill Ellis of the music faculty said. These techniques involve the syn- thesis of sound, light, inter-media art vehicles and computer applications to music. Ellis is the director of the center. He has been at NT since 1962 beginn- ing the music center in 1963. The NT Electronic Music Center was the first in the Southwest, Ellis said. Since then, many have sprung up, but few schools have the range and facilities that the NT center does. The electronic music center has been located on Mulberry Street for seven years. It houses a filming room, an electronic music lab filled with synthesizers and Ellis' own studio. A new building is under construc- tion solely for new electronic music and mixed media projects....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1976

1 Vvednesday, November 17, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Bell-Ringing History Display Photo by ART CHAPMAN A miniature replica of the Liberty Bell highlights a display of the economic history of the United States which will be on exhibit in the Gallery of the University Union until Wednesday. The three NT Volleyball Invitational students that designed the plan for the display received a $500 award from the Republic National Bank of Dallas for having the best plan summlted to the bank. Women Get Tournament Bid By LISA McKIMBALL and TERRY MARTIN Daily Reporters The women's volleyball team received ;i bid Monday to compete in the i Southwest regional tournament after a seventh place tie in the Texas Associa- tion lor Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (TAIAW) tournament in Can- yon this weekend. • The decision concerning who would receive the bid lor the Stephen F. Austin University-sponsored tournament Fri- day arid Saturday in Nacogdoches was not received until late Monday after...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1976

i : ■ f '• PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY m; Wednesday, November 17, 1976 'ill 1 I' | if. ■ il I • ■* i NT To Host NCAA Eagles Await First Championship Here ) L ' ... ^ •^ \*h* By RANDY NICHOLS Daily Reporter The first NCAA championship ever held at NT, the national cr.iis-country meet, will be unreeled Monday at the Golf Course at 11 a.m. More than 300 runners representing more than 100 universities will race across a 10,000-meter course. The uni- que feature about cross-country is that the runners all start at the same time. The race will begin and end at the southwest corner of the Golf Course. Last year's winner, Craig Virgin from the University of Illinois, is back to de- fend his title against strong opposition from the foreign runners of UT-EI Paso. Cross-country Coach John McKenzie said Tuesday that he thought UT-EI Paso has the strongest team ever to enter the national race, boasting an unbeaten string of victories this year coming into the final race. Other teams which are e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1976

■76 I 1 Itlic Ind I for Ithc 1:45 he I bills licet Istu- jons: lagill Irsily |ent, and y lirth. and Id ay. pkets J { i I I The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 46 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1976 White Urges Ecology-Industry Accord The Texas Legislature needs to con- cern itself with four specific En- vironmental Protection Agency (EPA) acts in its upcoming session in order to maintain a balance between EPA stan- dards and the growth of industry, John C. White of the EPA said at an en- vironmental conference Wednesday. In a speech at the same conference, Asst. Gen. Troy Webb listed what the Texas Legislature accomplished in its last session. White, EPA Region VI administrator, discussed the Safe Drinking Water Act, Clean Air Act, Water Pollution Act and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Kodenticide Act in his speech "Emerg- ing Issues: The Federal Perspective." He spoke to an audience of about I00 peo- ple. WHITE SAID the EPA has found many...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1976

News Belongs to Public Recently an incident occurred on campus in- volving university personnel, the reported con- sumption of beer and champagne and campus police response to a loud disturbance call. Although this occurance did not have earth- shattering consequences as far as most students were concerned, 'he information did belong to the public and should have been brought out into the open. This incident, however, and the facts sur- rounding it, were unknown for two days before an anonymous caller "leaked" the information to The Daily. Repeated calls for verification of the facts were met with "no comment" or sketchy in- formation at best from the NT chief of police, the director of the facility involved and vice-president of student affairs. Such action by people in responsible positions has no place in a public institution which not only has an obligation to the more than 18,000 students enrolled here, but to the general public as well. When officials interrupt news gathering,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1976

Thursday, November 18, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 iv- I to Ills I t > « 4 <i i1 Jazz Greats To Team Up With Band Bv MARK L. STALLS Daily Reporter Two of the world's great jazz profes- sionals will team up with members of the I O'C'lock Lab Band Tuesday when the band presents its fall concert at 8 p.m. in the Main Auditorium. Special guest artists Toshiko Akiyoshi and her husband Lew Tabackin will be the featured performers in this semester's annual band concert. Both musicians, who made names for themselves as single artists, now perform with the Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band. LEONARD FEATHER, Los Angeles Times music critic, said "Akiyoshi is the first woman in jazz history to compose and arrange an entire library of music and then organize her own orchestra to interpret it. Her husband and coleader is a tenor saxophonist of amazing power and rhythmic impact and a flutist of rare individuality." Leon Breeden, conductor of the I O'clock Lab Band and director of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1976

- "• v" "• ••'.• V';' ■n;^V.-'-v" r v.- Tf PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY High School Offers Class On Death tLK GROVL, III. (AP)—"The curtain of mystery about death is being rolled back—the subject is not something that should be swept under the rug," said a high school psychologist who has 150 students in classes about death. Joe Wellman of Elk Grove High School takes the students on Held trips to funeral homes, cemeteries and crematoriums. "We also have them write their own obituaries, revealing how they want to be remembered, how they see themselves. This is a good way to evaluate themselves," Wellman said. "We even have them draw their own tombstones and epitaphs. If they can't deal with the date of death, they don't have to put it down." Wellman says the three-week death courses, open only to seniors, are a "desensitizing thing and are not in an emotional atmosphere. "When we go to funeral homes, we don't see any bodies. We visit the preparation room and casket room," he said. "W...

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