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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1976

t . « ; ♦ . h P i Treasury Reissues $2 Bill After Decade of Disuse By R. GREGORY NOKES Associate Press Writer WASHINGTON—The $2 bill will come to you today via your bank, via the Federal Reserve Eoard, via the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and via the Treasury Department. One of the bills came to President Ford Monday. The President received it from Treasury Secretary William E. Simon. Ford gave Simon two $1 bills in return and said he hopes the two will be a "popular item." The Treasury decided to reissue the bill after a 10-year lapse, the bureau did the printing, and the Federal Reserve Board ordered and distributed it. And as of today you can get it at your bank. There were hundreds of other steps in between, including dozens of different inspections to make certain the bills were being properly printed. ABOUT 225 million of the bills have been printed during the past five months to be ready for distribution today, which is the birthdate of Thomas Jefferson, whose portrait wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1976

PAQE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 13, 1976 An Editorial Plan Offers Problems The Parking and Security Committee last week approved recommendations for raising all parking fees, except for Fouts Field parking, and for the creation of six dirt lots for red decal parking. The committee is headed in the wrong direction. It is encouraging to see a Student Government Association (SGA) assemblyman—in this case, Sean Cassidy—make recommendations concern- ing student difficulties to the administration. But it is upsetting to see the drift of the recommenda- tions. Cassidy's plan would increase red decal parking from $8 to $12 per semester to cover the costs of the addition of the dirt lots. The lots would, in Cassidy's estimation, mean 486 more parking spaces for students. The main problems with the plan are the nature of dirt lots during rainy weather and the proposal's irrelevance to the school's master plan. Naturally, dirt parkfng lots during rain would become mud pits if used ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1976

4 * ♦ i ( > ' i i # f • i • • 4 . • t i • • • l I t • • • • T ♦ ; • i I i i • I • ♦ I * l • <i * > ;l # i 4 , > . 1 i. • Tuesday, April 13, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Bands' Spring Concert Features Loomis' xMyth' By JERRY WINKLER Daily Reporter Compositions by NT musicians, in- cluding "Myth of Sisyphus" by Paul Loomis, will be featured in the annual Lab Bands' spring concert tonight at 8 in the Coliseum. The fall Lab Band concert usually features a guest arlist, Leon Breeden, director of the Lab Band program, said Wednesday. But in the spring "the bands are more together" and the spring concert "highlights the work of the students." TICKETS FOR the concert are available in the Lab Band Office in the Lab Band Hall and the Union Ticket Of- fice in the Union Building. Advance tickets are SI for students and faculty and $2 for general admission. All tickets are $2 at the door. Tonight's concert includes arrange- ments and compositions by four stu- dents: Chuck Owen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 13, 1970 \ Air Force Honors Coi. Fisher With Legion of Merit Award By CINDY SPURGEON Daily Reporter Col. Grady F. Fisher, Air Force ROTC detachment commander, received the Legion of Merit Award Fri- day from the Air Force for "meritorious conduct in the performance of out- standing services to the United States." THE LEGION of Merit is the second highest peacetime decoration the Air Force presents, Maj. Byron Ihle of the Air Force staff said Friday. The Distinguished Service Medal is the highest award given by the Air Force. Col. Cregg P. Nolen, area AFROTC commandant, presented the decoration to Col. Fisher along with a citation that said, ".. .the exemplary ability, diligence and devotion to duty of Colonel Fisher Missing Seafarer were instrumental factors in the resolu- tion of many complex problems of ma- jor importance to the Air Force." Col. Fisher came to North Texas in July 1975 as a professor of aerospace studies and as AFROTC c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1976

I 1 Tuesday, April 13, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 • r V • 0 ♦ % I • ♦ • t 4 ♦ 4 . f , . * . 4 € i * • • ♦ \ \ IM I • I • • I I ♦ 4« . • y 4 Faculty Group Offers Grants The Faculty Research Committee will accept applications for 1976-77 Faculty Research Grants until May 3, John Mc- Call, associate director of the Office of Faculty Research and Academic Grants, said recently. Applications received after deadline will be considered only on the basis of extreme extenuating circumstances, Mc- Call said. Only one period of applica- tions and awards is scheduled. An- nouncement of awards will be Aug. 2, and funds allocated will be available to grantees on Sept. 1, he said. New 1976-77 applications forms are available in the Office of Faculty Research and Academic Grants, Ad- ministration Building 128. Forms used in previous years are not acceptable, McCall said. Three types of forms are used, those for one-year projects, multiple-year projects and special pro- jects. A copy of eac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 13, 1976 Linksters To Play In Houston Tourney , • "m The golf team left early Monday after- noon for the All-America Intercollegiate Invitational Tournament at the Atascosita Country Club in Houston. The Eagles begin competition for the tournament on Wednesday, with the conclusion on Saturday. This will be the fifth tournament of the season for Coach Herb Ferrill's linksters. Previously, the Eagles copped their 17th championship at Fort Worth's Southwest Recreation Tournament. Past tournaments found North Texas finishing third at the Border Olympics, second at the Four States Invitational in Tcxarkana and sixth at the Morris Wil- liams Invitational in Austin. Doug Higgins, Fort Worth junior, and Gaylord Walden, Fort Worth se- nior, will be the NT men to beat for low man individual scores in the contest. They were team leaders in low scores in the first few tournaments this season. Coach Ferrill allowed these two players the luxury of havin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1976

« ' * * < ■ • 4 \ • ♦ 4 * \ : i Jack Ford Favors Marijuana Jack Ford, 24-ycar-old son of Presi- dent Ford, said Tuesday that while he favors decriminalization of marijuana, his father does not. "Fathers and sons have differences on lots of issues ant that one in particular," he said. "We can talk about it in a rational way which I think is probably the important aspect of it." Ford, campaigning on Texas cam- puses for his father, had no prepared text. He answered questions from an audience of approximately 250 people in the One O'clock Lounge in the Union Building (UB). He later spoke to news- men at a press conference. DECRIMINALIZATION of mari- juana should occur on the state level, Ford said. Making it a national cam- paign issue would only "do more harm to the issue than good," he said, citing previous election outcomes. Jack Ford publicly has admitted he has used mari- juana. Answering a question regarding his father's position on busing, Ford said the President has a consti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 14, 1976 An Editorial Rumors Cloud Future With the North Texas football and basketball teams having finished their first year as indepen- dents, it appears the divorce from the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) was a wise move. The Mean Green football squad finished its season with a 7-4 record, including memorable wins over the Universities of Houston and Tennes- see. The Eagle cagers finished with a 22-4 record, the best ever in the history of the university. So what lies ahead? According to area newspapers, Hayden Fry, athletic director and head football coach, has his eyes set on entry into the Southwest Conference (SWC). Now this is an admirable ambition, but the chances, at least for the next few years, are ex- tremely remote and the prospect generates little concern. But the SWC is not the only conference to which North Texas' name has been connected. Recent rumors have it that serious consideration is being given to returning to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1976

'!' • ' • ! 4 • • I ♦ % ' T' ■i- • . • t • • J • (4 (I I I I • • • < *v I I • • • • \ Wednesday. April 14, 1976 Davidovici To Perform In Lyceum Robert Davidovici of the music faculty will present a concert in the Union Building Lyceum Theater at 8:15 p.m. Thursday. The concert, originally scheduled for last Wednesday, was postponed because of a conflict with the opera "The Crucible." "The Violin Concerto in F minor, opus 20" by Eduodo Lalo will open the program, Davidovici said last week. "It was composed around 1879," Davidovici said. "This was a very pop- ular piece until it was overshadowed by the 'Symphonie Espanole' by Lalo." The piece was written for Spanish violinist Pablo Sarasate, he added. The second work, "Sonata No. Five in G Major for Unaccompanied Violin," composed by Eugene Ysaye, will be the second work performed. Ysaye wrote six pieces for unaccompanied violin, dedicating each to a particular friend. No. five is a portrait of one of Ysaye's students at the Brusse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1976

' ■ . ■ ' . / PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 14, 1976 ~ ';<r A*> NOT ban the population bomb Subcommittee Testimony IRS Loses Money From Faulty Returns f|T « 4 4 I | • « • • # % " I • ••I - v. "J--.- -■ • - ■ -f. UB Postcard Exhibit Photo by UARY CLIFTON These two cards are among 700 being exhibited in the First New York Postcard Show on display In the Union Building Gallery. The exhibit, which will run through Monday, contains entries from Japan, Germany and Denmark. The only basic criterion for the show was that all entries had to be sent through the mall. The exhibit Is on loan from New York University. WASHINGTON (AP)—A Congres- sional subcommittee has been told the government loses hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes because the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) cannot verify how much money many Americans make. The lost taxes may be as high as $500 million a year, two investigators told a House government operations subcom- mittee Monday. The tax filing d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1976

< * ♦ 11 t « I r: t A i • ■ < i i < i i« « k • • " r • I • • • % • ¥ I • * ' • t 1 > * • > I ^ < I . ' H M • I I • • • « * ♦ • « I > • « t i i • t « « 4 /■ < • Wednesday, April 14, 1976 Martin Gets WFAA-TV Internship Ray Martin, Dallas junior, has been chosen for a summer intern position at WKAA-TV in Dallas, Dr. Edwin Glick, chairman of the division of radio-TV- film, said Monday. Martin was selected from 100 appli- cants from colleges and universities in Texas to join the Channel 8 TV news staff. He was one of four applicants selected for internships in television production, television news, AM and FM radio news, television promotion, television engineering and television programming. The final selection was made by the management and depart- ment heads at WFAA. Martin has two years experience with commercial radio in Denison and Sherman and six months television production and camera experience with Channel 12 in Sherman. Because of improved economic cond...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1976

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 14, 1976 Tennis Team Loses In Weekend Matches By JOEL BIRD Daily Reporter Hope for a winning season vanished for the men's tennis team over the weekend when it dropped three matches at the Oklahoma City University (OCU) Intercollegiate Tournament. "We came very close to doing well," Coach Mark Floyd said Monday. "We did not get wiped out." The team's record dipped to 11-21 with four matches to go, following a loss Monday afternoon to Northwestern State University of Natchitoches, La., 7- 2. At the OCU tournament, the team lost to OCU, 9-0: to Kansas University (KU), 6-3; and to West Texas State, 6-3. FLOYD SAID HE was very pleased with the match against West Texas, James King Fund because the team had lost twice before to the Buffaloes, each time by the score of 8-1. "Against West Texas, everybody played well," he said. "They were able to get up for the match with West Texas. Even though there wasn't much on the line, the team played w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1976

• t • • • 'l • I * • I f • I The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 106 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1976 Smyth Ticket Wins In Run-Off Election By BETSY FRIAIJF Daily Reporter Raoul Smyth and Rick Sorrells came from behind to defeat Dennis Martinez and Bill Brienza in the race for Student Government Association (SGA) presi- dent and vice-president. Rules and Elections Board Chairman Steve Sale announced Wednesday night that 792 votes, or 59.5 per cent, were cast for the Smyth-Sorrells ticket. Martinez and Brienza polled 537, or 40.4 per cent of the 1,366 votes cast. SALE SAID 27 write-in votes were cast, but those ballots were voided. SGA President Clyde Lee announced Tuesday night that all write-ins would be voided in accordance with the Texas Election Code, which does not permit write-in votes in a run-off election. The Smyth-Sorrells and Martinez- Brienza tickets were thrown into a run- off last week, when none of the five tickets received a majori...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1976

PI- PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 15, 1976 An Editorial Public Needs To Know Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein have again provoked a nationwide furor by publishing a book. "Final Days," their sequel to "All the President's Men," was released last week amid heated criticism from journalists and denials from the people involved in the book. The book traces events in the White House dur- ing the last days Richard Nixon was in office. Reconstructed scenes in the book show Nixon weeping on the floor, talking to pictures in the halls of the White House and often becoming drunk. Henry Kissinger is characterized as a suspicious secretary of state who praised the presi- dent to his face and then ridiculed him behind his back. Nixon's sons-in-law are quoted as saying they were worried about his mental health and suicidal tendencies. When excerpts of the book were published in Newsweek magazine, Time magazine and The New York Daily News, the public figure...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1976

•** • 9 ' * * I ' ' • • • * * ! # < < J ' ♦ ' • • ♦ 4 • J • * • ; I : • • K 1 l t ♦ * .t. f 1 • * • ' • Thursday, April 15, 1976 Tsopelas To Appear In Lyceum By WILLIAM RICHARDSON Daily Reporter Internationally known pianist Vinia Tsopelas will perform Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the Lyceum Theater, Dr. Jack Roberts of the music faculty said. Miss Tsopelas, who began playing the piano at age four, will perform Haydn's "Sonata Number 63 in C Major," Bach's "Busoni Chaconne in D Minor," Chopin's "Scherzo in C Sharp Minor" and Schumann's "Carnaval," Dr. Roberts said. MISS TSOPELAS began studying piano under her mother in the Sudan, where her father practiced medicine. At the suggestion of several piano teachers, Miss Tsopelas returned to her native Athens, Greece, and began her formal music education. When she was nine-years-old, she entered the prestigious Athens Conser- vatory. She received first prize for her graduation recital and was praised by the Athens press for her performan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1976

PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 15, 1976 r wHHBP ®jf Stewart Divides Time Between Classes, Highway Bill (Steelball) Stewart may cause you great gobs of grief one of these days if you have a tendency to speed between Denton and Lewisville. Stewart is a Texas highway patrolman covering that stretch of road. Or, Stewart may help you out with a homework assignment, if you happen to be in one of his classes. He is also an NT student. After Stewart was graduated from high school, he enrolled at NT. He attended school for one year before dropping out to enter the Air Force. He received training as a military policeman and was stationed in Austin and Panama. He went to work for the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) soon after leaving the Air Force. When he was graduated from the DPS Training School he was stationed in Atlanta, Tx. He then wanted to return to school so he asked for a transfer to Denton County. Stewart said he dislikes giving tickets to women because they ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1976

< / • f 4 ft ♦ I ft " 'ft ♦ • < f ' • # * 1 • ft l • < ,• • I. « « • • I * % # * J I * I • # Thursday, April 15, 1976 Students Begin Preregistration Prcregistration for the summer and fall semesters will be held in several departments during the last three weeks of school. The English department will hold preregistration for the first summer term April 28 from 9 a.m. to noon and from I to 4 p.m. in Auditorium Building I06, It will be open for English majors only. Any student may preregister for geography courses in Wooten Hall 158 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day through May 8. From now until April 30 preregistration in the history department will be held for all students in Room 225 of Wooten Hall from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Political science preregistration is being held from 8 a.m. to noon and from I to 5 p.m. in Wooten Hall 125. The journalism department will hold preregistration for the summer sessions during Dead Week for graduating jour- nalism majors and minors only. Prer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1976

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Robinson, Wise Join NT Team Basketball Coach Bill Blakeley an- nounced Wednesday that Ken Robinson, a 6-foot-8 all-state center from North Lamar High School in Paris, and Danny Wise of Waltrip High School in Houston have signed national letters of intent with North Texas. Wise, a 6-6 forward, attends San Jacinto Junior College but is not playing basketball. He first enrolled at UT- Austin last fall but left after two weeks. Robinson, a four-year starter for North Lamar, won all-district honors three times. He averaged 21.6 points and IS rebounds per game last season and was named to the Class AA all-state First team. "Ken has unlimited potential and we look forward to having him," Blakeley said. "He's a good all-round athlete who played tight end in football and has run a 52-second quarter this spring. "Wise has gained about 30 pounds this year and all of the reports on him are good," Blakeley said. "He will probably redshirt next season so he can have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1976

I • i m * ■ * . 1 IT STEP Program May Decrease / Traffic Accidents Near Campus By ROBERT HESTER Daily Reporter Accidents at two traffic-congested intersections near the campus may decrease because of $10,600 in Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) funds received by the Denton Police Department, ac- cording to Robert M. Mills, assistant chief. Two intersections, Avenue A at Eagle and Avenue C at Eagle,are among areas that will be patrolled by police officers working under the program. The funds, approved by the Governor's Office of Traffic Safety, will be used to pay regular police officers working overtime during the next six months, Mills said Monday. Personnel assigned to work overtime will enforce moving traffic violations on certain designated streets and intersections on certain days in order to reduce traffic accidents, he said. The selected areas reflect an unusually high accident rate as determined by accident statistics compiled over the past three years by the traf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 20, 1976 An Editorial All Guns Need Control Guns! The very word sparks reaction and controversy. Congress has stepped in reluctantly, as gun crimes increase throughout the country. Congress, though, is being too conservative in controlling guns and playing up to the wishes of the money in- terests, such as the American Rifle Association and other progun groups. On April 13, the House Judiciary Committee passed a watered down version of a gun control law that had been sent to subcommittee in a stronger form. The bill, now pending, would ban the manufac- ture of small, cheaply made handguns but not the ownership, sale or transfer of the existing guns, known as "Saturday Night Specials." The previous bill would have taken the existing guns off the shelves. Thus, these tools of death will continue to be sold because Congress doesn't want to offend the money interests. One clause in the proposed bill, requiring a 14- day waiting period between ...

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