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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1970

IV i k m 'f 1 i t ' 7. 1 Tuvsday. November 2.1970 Charities Included NOf M)E3 V Decorating, Campaigning Fill Sorority Homecoming Agendas 1 * Floatbuilding, house decorating, recep- tion planning and campaigning for Home- coming Queen finalists fill the calendars of sororities this week, except for two soro- rities which are limiting activities to making contributions to special funds. Delta Phi Epsilon donated all its Home- coming funds to the Richard Gill Memorial Fund. The sorority also netted $22.62 for the fund in a windshield wipe held Satur- day at the Denton Center. Zeta Tau Alpha will contribute money designated for a float to the Heart Fund. Wearing jeans and blue denim shirts the so- rority members are actively campaigning for "Old Mac," alias Kathy MacDonald, Richardson senior, for Homecoming Queen. Zeta Tau Alpha will host a reception for alumni and parents in its Chapter Room in the College Inn after the North Texas-Uni- versity of Cincinnati game Saturday. The Kappa Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1970

il v • ' PAGE 4—NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuaaday, November 2.1970 Eagles Fall To Aggies, 32-31 After stumbling to a 2-6 season record,, Head Coach Rod Rust still looks to the future with optimism for the Eagles. "I'm still optimistic, although some fans may not be," Rust said after a 32-31 loss to New Mexico State Saturday night. It was a disasterous fourth quarter that spelled doom for the Eagles. With 14:56 left, North Texas scored its final touch- down, a two-yard plunge over the right side of the line by Carl Hayes making the score North Texas, 31, New Mexico State, 16. From then on it was NMSU all the way. ) Sm//e, John John Baldauf. a College Station senior, accepts the first-place trophy in the U B Pool Tournament from Yucca Beauty Marsha Tibbits, Wichita Falls senior. Baldauf successfully defended his title by defeating Sidney Lloyd, a graduate psychology major from Shreveport, La., 150 balls to 143. the Aggies ripping for two touchdowns and two two-point conversions in the fourth ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1970

V M 4- ifti to J [♦/. If i Smith, Bentsen Dump Opponents ★ ★ ★ Returns Show Demos To Keep Control of Congress The North Texas Daily 64TH YEAR NO. 37 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1970 Problems Plague Robot Mean Green Machine To Try Again BY JAY WILSON Daily Reporter It began in the summer of 1968 in a hull- session of physics students. The fruit of their discussion became what is known as the Mean Green Machine a robot. For the third year, the Mean Green Ma- chine will attempt to please Saturday's Homecoming judges with hopes of remain- ing perfect all the way to the judges' stand. During a few more bull-sessions that summer enthusiasm built. With the charac- teristic exuberance of the theoretical science students and with proper recognition of bureaucratic principles, the group set up a Feasibility Study Committee led by Mac- kay Foster. For two to three weeks the group debated informally the "ifs and how's" of the proje...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1970

PAGE 2—NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texaa Stat* University Denton, Texa* ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texa* 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 National Service Hayakawa Offers Answer to Unrest At a time when college administrators are concerned about student unrest, and many students are concerned about the draft and their future, two administrators may have some good points. Eugene S. Wilson of Amherst says most youths, "don't know what they're looking for, what to ask for or why they're really going to college except to get a degree," despite the increase in high school and college counseling in the past 20 years. Wilson, who will end his career next June after 25 years in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1970

We NORTH TEXAS DAILY —PAGE 3 j If y . (. * ■ O ie s W' -j u € | * -W t Frosh Cheerleaders Besides boosting spirit for freshman football games, the Freshman Cheerleaders will appear Friday night at the bonfire and Saturday at the Homecoming game The 1970-71 Freshman Cheerleadeis were elected Oct. 14, 1970. They are: Top row from left to right, Bruce Pfief fer, Dallas; Elaine Berry, Dallas; and David Sutherland, Richardson; Center, Linda Beiland, Dallas; Mi Ja Lewis, Fort Worth; Front, John Dean, Fort Worth. —Photo by Larry Rees.i AFTER ALL. The space age was when you could find a place to park! DEAN JOHNSON 387 3224 JjuJij VhwA EAST SIDE OF SQUARE •Paperbacks • Magazines • Cliff and Monarch Notes ©Interstate'* New CINEMA Denton Center-387-921 I GEORGE'PEPPARD "CANNON FOR CORDOBA" The beauty of creating life. The freedom to give it away. The Baby Maker Ul . CSI > °? z ID 1 < c/> UU CSI r* 1 O Q. 2 tr 3 O <N Z o o o 1- < up Q UJ in o z LL. — 1 < CO 1 6 if) f— o NATK )...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1970

Wednesday. November 4,1970 PAGE A—NORTH TEXAS DAILY 'J X Halfback Ken Fontno (22) leaps for a one-yard, second-quarter touchdown against New Mexico Season Ticket Sale Starts Basketball To Begin Dec. 1 BY CARTER CROMWELL Daily Reporter Season ticket sales for home basket- ball games and issuance of season activity cards to faculty and staff members began Monday, Bill Ermel, athletic business man- ager, announced recently. Ermel said the 1,004 season tickets avail- able will remain on sale until 4 p.m.. Dec. 1, the date of the first home game against Bethel College. The price for the season ticket package is $18. Faculty and staff members paid for their activity cards at the beginning of the year. ANY remaining reserved seat tickets will be sold on a game-by-game basis to the public at the University Store and the ath- letic office during the week prior to a home game. The price will be $1.75. Ermel also said that tickets not sold by 4 p.m. on a home game date will be offered for sale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1970

v> The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 38 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1 970 /* t • he ■ I Ing ,-<! , Ine pul I to v I ' brk Iho > 1 felt Ids, I be jnts * lied I)n- Jted ■the I °n 1 If . i r<« \ , • [•> Lindley Makes Appeal For More Responsibility From Student Senate William C. Lindley, vice-president for student affairs, Wednesday said the USNT Senate must be responsible if it is going to be effective. Lindley answered questions at the Tues- day night senate meeting at the invitation of several senators. During the question-and-answer period, he was confronted with questions concern- ing dormitory regulations, the use of uni- versity facilities by outsiders and the up- coming demonstration Nov. 12. HF. TOLD l'HE senators the senate "is not truly representative" of North Tex- as. He added that there was no "communi- cation gap" between the administration and students and said he welcomes students to come to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1970

Thursday. November 6,1970* r ' NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily Denton. Texas North Twh Stat* University .. 1, I 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 State University Administration. Inadequate Prisons Americans Ignore Criminal Reforms Law and order is the main concern of Americans today. Crime is increas- ing and people are scared. There is an unprecedented public clamor for solutions to crime in the street. Many political candidates conducted highly emotional, anti-crime campaigns this year asking for stridor crime legisla- tion—some of which borders on the edge of repression of individual rights. But where is any mention of prison reform? Eighty per cent of all felonies are committed by perso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1970

•l J * • Thursday, November 5,1970 * •, > J > V¥ * ^ k f :i * 1 ' f « . ! *> k, i • I ■ I * i ; " 'Y ft Psychodrama To Show Man's Inability in Life BY DICK BRYANT Daily Reporter "Summerlree" is a play which explores the psychodrama of the generation gap and the trauma of ihe Vietnam War. It is also the North Texas entry this year in the Amer- ican College Theatre Festival. It is the story of a young man of artistic bent who clashes with his father after being refused permission to transfer into a school of music. As a result, he quits school, gets drafted and is killed in combat, Carl Mar- der of the speech and drama faculty and di- rector of the play said. Marder believes that it is a play "univer- sal in its appeal and contemporary in its relevancy." "The play presents man's inability to say and do the right thing at the right time in the right place for the right reason," Marder said. "We are brought to recog- nize that life for many is a catalogue of lost opportunities....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1970

I , ;■ '*'■ ■■.-■""! . gpppq; P? ■'-: PAQK 4—NORTH TCXA8 DAILY ii Pasadena, MVC Sign Contract for Bowl Play Thuradiy. November 6.1970 I )m # V BY RANDY RIGGS Daily Reporter Commissioner DeWitt T. Weaver an- nounced Tuesday the signing of a two-year continuing contract between the Pasa- dena Bowl and the Missouri Valley Confer- ence (MVC). The agreement calls for the MVC foot- ball champion to play the winner of the Pacific Coast Athletic Association (PCAA) in the annual December classic. WEAVER told the Dallas Morning News that the MVC was "extremely proud to begin this affiliation with the PCAA. "We believe this bowl game has the po- tential to become one of the prestige games in future years," the commissioner said. The contest will be held Dec. 19 in the Rose Bowl and a nationwide telecast is being negotiated with ABC-TV, according to MVC President, Dr. Bill Miller. Dr. Miller of the education faculty ex- plained that nationwide TV would add a vast amount of prestige to the event...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1970

'< ♦ * I** V U 5 Hi (: J* t 4 . * ';t «t' Homecoming To Keep on Swinging Through Weekend From the first swing of a golf club at this afternoon's tournament to the last swing of the baton at tomorrow night's stage show, NTSU's Homecoming 1970- style will not stop swinging. "NTSU—Four Score and More," the theme emphasizing the school's 80-year history, will be displayed on floats and in house decorations around the campus. The alumni pro-am golf tournament at I p.m. will feature such well-known exes as Don January, Billy Maxwell and Rives McBce among the 20 pros playing with 60 amateurs. There is no admission charge and free refreshments will be provided for spectators. The Hospitality Room of the Denton Country Club is the site of the Alumni Reception at 6:30 p.m. today. A buffet and entertainment will be provided for alumni, faculty and staff. Also at 6:30, students will gather in front of the new Library Building for the torch- light parade sponsored by the Talons. After proceed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1970

PAGE 2—TM8 NORTH TEXAS DAILY i P?'"''! i i The North Texas Daily ^..sr Friday, November 8.1970 North Tmm Stat* University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Taxas State University Printing Office Skydivers To Jump at Homecoming; Reporter Takes 3,000 Foot Journey 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 Flag Ceremony Alumni Can Renew Faith in Students Alumni returning to campus may wonder if something is wrong at North Texas these days. They read in newspapers about student demonstrations, drugs and controversial textbooks. One angrily points his finger at a picture that appeared on Page One of the Daily some time ago it is a girl in the park wearing jeans with the American flag sewn on the bottom. He asks, "Why don't you write about ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1970

#wr-.' t , W'> Friday. Ne I Homecoming Happenings Bonfire To Begin Celebration Go, Green, Go/ This spedtftetfltaflit automobile license plate denotes the atmosphere on campus for fllrttarttend's Homeoomlftt activities The femtlvities erf lunch- eons. reeepllftAr Wl parties will be MfMiyhted wrtti the Eagle and Cin- cinnati loodHH g0rm Saturday at 2 p.m. in Fouts Field. ■■ For Aftf* tlte Game Hunge# Hm I M, Coffee Rag SI 39 WHh This Coupon Chicken Fried Steak only $1.19 i inked Potetoeof French Fries I Tctfas Toast at Sirloin Steck 4e r, I 131B W;!ttNfrttfsrtY By urging everyone to support the Mean Green at the annual Homecoming torch- light parade and bonfire tonight, the Talons expect to rally the Rtudent body. Members will Itad the, parade beginning at 6:30 p.m. in front of the new Library Building. The parade wiH ffove down High- land Street to Fouts Field. Only members of tbt Talons'- organi- zation will be aHowed to casry torches due to the parade permit fef ulaltOns. Cheers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1970

®Si; i t,, j.f MOB 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r • O/c/ Style! A pre-World War II North Texas team executes an end sweep. The actual date of this picture is not known, but the Eagles have a winning homecom- ing tradition dating back almost to these players. North Texas has lost only three games and tied one since 1946. Eagles Hope for Victory To Keep Tradition Alive Eagle fans are hoping for an upset vic- tory over Cincinnati this weekend to keep alive the tradition of a Homecoming win. Upsets have been a tradition in the past, the Homecoming record shows. Since 1946, when Homecoming was resumed after being canceled during the war, the Eagles have won 20, tied l and lost 3. North Texas lost only one Homecoming game in the last 14 years. That loss in I964 was to the same team they will meet Saturday. NORTH TEXAS and Cincinnati have clashed in four previous Homecoming games with the Eagles winning three of the four. That one loss, however, snap- ped a seven game winning streak for NT, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1970

1 Friday, November 6,1970 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAQE 6 HOMECOMING 70: What. When and Where I p.m. p.m. to p.m. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 6 9 p.m. to p.m. 4 ' f 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. p.m. 8:45 p.m. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 PRO-AM GOLF rOURNAMENT: Featuring noted NTSU exes Don January and Billy Maxwell. Admission free to gallery. Refreshments furnished by Coca Cola. NTSU Golf Course. Social Sciences Open House: Sponsored by Pi Sigma Al- pha, Alpha Kappa Delta, Phi Alpha Theta and Political Economy Club. Second lloor faculty lounge, north wing, Social Sciences Building. Foreign Language Department Open House: Foreign Lan- guage Building. REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION: Foyer of Student Union Building. TORCHLIGHT PARADE, BONFIRE AND PRE- SENTATION OF HOMECOMING QUEEN: Parade will form at mall of new Library, following Highland Street west to Fouts Field. ALUMNI RECEPTION: Hospitality room, buffet and entertainment, Denton Country Club. Reservations re- quired. $5 a person. Homecoming Dance: Music by the T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1970

PAQE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, Nov«mb*r 6.1970 , ' * Bloodrock 2 Like the first album, Bloodrock 2 is a reflection of the times. The music says the rest. We've Got Something on Lizzy Greene / f ftlliSi H ffff KW/^ •■■■ ? m'W rW ■ >4 V, ' © Capitol Album ST-491 vd|jtUJI'u A Subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. 100% DuPont ORLON* ACRYLIC FABRIC 382-5988 103 Ave. A by Mayo - Spruce Denion Monogram and embroidery Master CONGRATULATIONS TO NTSU'S WHO'S WHO > t- > Julie Hrasel Saraheth Hogan James Deming n / Mellonee Burnim I mm Linda Gray Dan Laney Dixie Schulze V \ % $ Si grid Mureen Virginia Kris Olson Marilyn Schramm Linda Bassham Robert Austin Dan Claiborne Carol Newton Maury Forman Terry Kelly David Dixon V -•£" 1 tAi Jim Abadie Elizabeth Parr John Barnett ' _• W*j ' 1 f If U / John Preskitt Dennis Haas Martha Hejl r Joseph Brophy Barbara Niemeter Harold Berkley Fidelity Union Life Martin Day Dan Chalmers Dean Johnson Oak at Welch 387-3224 382-3540 NO. 1 IN COLLEGE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1970

ns .... . -V < -<; v. - « , ■ x , .+ y ^ ^ <■ ... ■ The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NO. 40 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1970 ■< + 1 I % ( if/ / t * '1 I 0 . I l A 'V' w v 1 i • \ I • j i ■.j ♦ . V I giNSIIIl iliiilllllllllillllllllliliilinillllllillllllililllililliiii1! ::iiiilliiiiliiliiiiiiiiliiiliillllliiiiiii!iniiii^ | NEWS CAPSULES Cabinet Rejects Appeal To Reinstate Mrs. Duke The President's Cabinet reaffirmed the decision not to renew Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Duke's graduate fellowship. The decision, announced Monday, said, "Mrs. Elizabeth Duke has been notified that the President's Cabinet has sustained the withdrawal of the offer to employ her as a teaching assistant for the 1970-71 aca- demic year." The announcement came about six weeks after the cabinet first conducted Mrs. Duke's appeals hearing Sept. 23. The cabinet is composed of Acting-Presi- dent John L. Carter and Vice-president s James L. Rogers, J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1970

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. November 10,1970 The North Texas Daily 54th Year North T«xm Stat* University Denton. Texas . ALL AMERICAN snd PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas Stste University Printing Office TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editoriel statements of the North Texas Daily and readers' letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer snd not necessarily that of the Daily, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Unemployment? Can Government Curtail Inflation? Unemployment is ripping the Dallas metropolitan area harder than any other Texas metropolitan area. Family pocketbooks are getting increasingly thinner. In September 1969, the Texas Employment Commission in the Dallas area had 1,236 claims for unemployment insurance. For the month of September 1970, the monthly requests had zoomed to 6,676. Unemployed benefit payments in the state have risen more than one half. In September 1969, they were just under $2 mill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1970

vm • vi Tuesday, November 10,1970 I I % ytr I'. Ife". *" *•<*&&&? '$**- * -« - '. V" > •* • , * - ^3g®2£. BSIB I 5- &S . -/r ...?*_■• *T*f |fcWa (K^ .<K SfcT rWvi) ^*b**a_T .•T * M • < Trash Tragedy One of a dozen Free University students who entered Saturday's Homecoming parade under the theme: "NTSU—Fourscore and More?" portrays a dead plant "strangled" by pollution. The students were questioning the future existence of the world if pollution continues and were dressed as gas-masked trees, flowers and other plants covered with trash. —Photo by Larry Reese Music Clubs To Combine Quintet To Give Talent for Concert Tonight Phi Mti Alpha, Mu Phi Epsilon and Sig- ma Alpha lota, the three music organiza- tions in the School of Music, will present a joint concert at 8:15 tonight in the Music Recital Hall. The concert will include a quintet consist- ing of four members of Phi Mu Alpha and Ivan Dixon Stars In Society Film A film starring Ivan Dixon of "Hogan's H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1970

p ' ' ' v.- >"«f ' ■■ PAQE4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY VI , ■ 'Tvtf 1 « f Steer Wrestling? Defensive halfback Mike Franklin, a 5-8, 179-pound Orange sophomore, attempts to throw a Cincinnati receiver to the ground in Saturday's loss. Left corner- back Perry Pruett, a 5-11, 171-pound Grand Prairie sen- ior, moves in to help Franklin make the tackle Frank- lin and Pruett were credited with four and eight unas- sisted tackles, and one and three assists, respective- ly, against Cincinnati. —Photo by Worth Wren Thinclads Place Third At Wichita North Texas' Cross Country team, under the direction of Track Coach Pop Noah, placed third in the Missouri Valley Cross Country meet last Friday in Wichi- ta, Kan. Noah predicted a three-team battle for top honors and that is how the meet turned out. Defending champion Drake took the top spot with 39 points, followed by host- team Wichita Slate with 43 points and North Texas with 68 points. Memphis State, Bradley, Louisville and West Texas State fini...

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