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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1970

ic I * Is Ic 1 i I H The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1970 NO. 39 Free University Grows, Skydiving, Songwriting Among Courses Given Skydiving, song writing and preservation of the environment are subjects included in the 28 courses offered by the Fret- University for the spring semester. Registration will be Thursday and Friday in front of the Union Building, or if the weather is bad, on the second floor. A 50- cent to defray program costs is requested, but is not mandatory, said William Farmer, program coordinator. A total of 645 enrolled in the 16 courses offered last fall. The Free University was organized by the committee-staff of the Burning Bush and is one of 450 in the U.S. Farmer, a member of the sociology faculty, said of the 28 courses to be offered, only two, "Film-Making" and "Life Drawing", may require a small fee. None of the courses will have examinations or grades. News Capsul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1970

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. February 26.1970 The North Texas Daily 53rd Year North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Commission Urges End of Draft Report Sees Volunteer Force, Better Salaries 1 GEORGE FLYNN 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. Clarifies Position NT Daily Favors Drinks in Denton Backward Denton can deny students good entertainment, adequate restaurants and intellectual stimulation outside of the university, hut it cannot denv them the inalienable right to get soused on occasion. However, it has attempted and failed to do this for half a century. Face it. Denton. College students many college students take a nip once in a while. And the college students currently abiding in your fair town do not (legall>)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1970

Wednesday. February 26.1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY • ♦ > ! « • • ♦ • * • • • ( f I • • P « 4 • • • # • ♦ • # • * 4 • • • 4 4 • * I • « i I # t Foxy Coppy Gives Mucho NT Tickets The student who frequents the shops and eating places along the north side of the campus has probably noticed at one time or another a uniformed young lady walking around placing a little yellow envelope on the windshield of an occasional car. The little yellow envelopes are parking violation citations, and the girl is a meter maid. She is a member of an elite civilian corps of one, employed by the city to keep watch over violations at the 60 meters around campus and the 66 other meters downtown. "We first began to employ a meter maid at the beginning of 1969," said Robert Mills, Denton's assistant chief of police. "City Council action eliminated most of the parking meters, and the number that was left was not worth the time of a traffic- officer to regulate." The police department received permissio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1970

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ;-S^ • : ;,v • ; ■' ' ".' V . Wednesday. February 28.1 70 ip _ W H: $W' StMJ Flock Seeks Post-Season Play "; . W 1 V .ft: -tA ?**V? i, fvf #1 lifef5 iPr : • 4j&$ ■ In the rtcxt two weeks the Eagles will make a run at one of the top basketball spots in the Missouri Valley Conference, hoping to obtain entry into post-season play. The Eagles must start their difficult climb against the St. Louis Billikens at 8 tonight in Men's Gym. "St. Louis is playing extremely well, in fact, as well as anybody in the conference," Coach Dan Spika said of the Eagle's next opponent. Spika attributed the Billikens recent winning ways to line-up changes and the gelling of a team that has good size, depth and shooting. The Billikens have good shooting in Joe Wiley, No. 3 scorer in the conference and averaging 20.6 points per game. NT will be able to counter with Joe Hamilton, the conference's number two scorer with 23.3 ||lllllllllllllllllllll!llll!lllllllllllllllllll!llll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1970

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat ■ S in /, iffcfh 63RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1970 NO. 40 ♦ * « SAC Books 'Connection 3 Others for Concerts J By JOE BOB RIC HIE Daily Reporter lour top musical acts have been booked by the Student Activities Committee (SAC) lor NT this spring. In a meeting Wednesday afternoon, the committee approved the appearance of B.J. Thomas, "The Rotary Connection", "Southwest F.O.B.", and "The Sticks". Also, the committee discussed the possible appearance of Rick Nelson and The Spiral Staircase." B.J. Thomas will present two shows on News Capsules Texas... AUSTIN (AP) A national Negro spokesman for the Republican Party promised Texas Republicans Wednesday that the GOP will make a major effort to get the Negro vote for Rep. George Bush, R-Tex., and Paul Lggers. "We want to impress the black electorate of Texas of the deep concern the national and state Republican Parties have for them," said Clarence...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1970

- . " f-. : . ' • HH, PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Man Destroying Self, Environ An AP Log of Eight Hours From Life of Mankind ff, - ■ Thursday. February 20.1970 * 1) Thura k i v J 1/ <C (EDITOR'S NOTE: The following stories are taken from The Daily's Associated Press wire during an eight-hour period—Feb. 24. It represents a single afternoon of ugliness. It was a day like yesterday, today or a thousand tomorrows—until Man destroys himself and his world or ends the problems that plague him.) BOKCHITO, Okla. (AP) They will bury Don Ray Mclntire, 21, Wednesday -a year and two days from the day he left for Vietnam—but not with military honors. The service will be in a Baptist church, simple and ordinary, and stripped of the pomp and solemnity which surrounds a military burial. "He wouldn't have wanted a military funeral because he didn't feel we really had any business in Vietnam," said a sister-in- law, Mrs. Jerry Mclntire. Mclntire was attending college at Denison, Tex., when he was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1970

In / * \ " i* r I > • t A | | « t ) * f V « * « 9 • I • # • • • « • • ♦ I # • f | 1 I K * i « • A 9 « j I # • « # i 0 • i « * </ .. •.•>.. < . *♦* ■ *:<: ■ - • • * > -',Si -J Thursday, February 26,1970 PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY * h * ♦ 'Glamour Uses Fashion Design Created by North Texas Student Eyecatcher iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiitii The swinging simplicity created in fashion designs by North Texas student Oscar Ronald Esparza, named last semester as one of 10 national winners in a '"Young America Creates" contest, appears this month in the March issue of "Glamour Magazine." The designs, featured on pages 41 and 205, were among the 21 designs the Fort Worth junior submitted for the I969 fashion design contest. Only 10 winners were named from the I,(MX) entries in the contest sponsored by Celanese, Butterick Patterns and Glamour Magazine. Of the other nine winners, seven are students at fashion design schools, one attends the U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1970

v 'U.vkYI. ■ X- "••■'• atV ■^^r^rzrrrrrr: PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eagles Outlast Bills; Hit the Road to Tulsa By GENE ABRAHAMSON Sports Editor A rat snake preceded North Texas onto the court Wednesday night and proved to be a bad luck sign for St. Louis. The visitors went down righting but still losing 86-82. The Biology Department's snake worked a strange charm on St. Louis. The Billikens got behind 11-0 in the first half before scoring a point. The Eagles got even tougher and ran the lead up to 23 points at one time and coasted to a 46-31 halftime lead. The second half wasn't as easy sailing as the Eagles lost their momentum and were pressed hard by the Billikens side of the scoreboard. St. Louis moved within one point of North Texas' lead but could not go ahead in spite of technical charity shots it was getting from Eagle fans for throwing paper on the court. ^lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllHIIU...

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

I ♦ I • • I • • I ^ I 0 0 0 £ c 0 The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THRUSDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1970 NO. 41 Campus News Capsules Burns Elected President Of Young Republicans John Burns, Baytown junior, was elected president of the North Texas State Young Republicans by acclimation at the Wednesday night meeting of the club. hilling two vacant spaces on the YR executive board are Cindy Courtney, Trafalgar, Ind., freshman and Elaine Gardner, Denton freshman. A program scheduled for Wednesday night was cancelled and reset for March 25. Speaker will be Nassar Beydoun, Beirut, Lebanon, junior, who will discuss the crisis in the Middle East. The Y R's announced that they will hold a rummage sale on Saturday, March 7. Anyone wishing to donate something may bring it to YR headquarters at 118 Ery St. March of Dimes Offers Denton Airplane Rides The March of Dimes will sponsor airplane rides at the Denton Municipal Airport Saturday ...

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

■ * PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. February 27.1t70 Fire Marks Finish of Old House on PSPP * I * m P Quiet Tills the elevation at the South Elm Street deadend and charred rubble is all that is left of a proud old home, called the "Haunted House on the Hill" by many. Seventy-five years ago laughter filled the structure as the elite of a small community called Denton gathered for social occasions. As the town grew, the two-story house deteriorated and wealthy residents were replaced by others. The "Haunted House" was even the scene of a narcotics raid in recent years. In the early morning hours of Feb. 7, the aging timbers of the house were attacked by lire and the Denton landmark for three-quarters of a century was destroyed in about 30 minutes. The flames could be seen for several miles and approximately 20 firemen in seven trucks battled the blaze. Sparks fell as far as two blocks away. Denton fire officials blamed vandals for the fire in the unoccupied house. Photos by Cieor...

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

* I * I # • 9 # « # • a « * « 4 • • I 0 • « • 4 • • % * I * # • A • * 9 • ' • J • # 9 • • ly 'OH •rn XT \d. tf • • Mt/i '2 tW * IPPPPi'TTw1 >• vflMMMRp Friday, February 27,1970 ■ ,'1 V''cv1' - ...".'".'f, *•¥■>■ ■■'■'■-■■ w'%- f ^ - W"v; ' ;'3 'Robin Hood' To Run For Film Club Patrons University f ilm Society patrons will return to the glamour of Hollywood in the Twenties with the presentation of Douglas Fairbanks' "Robin Hood" Sunday night The 1923 silent classic is the second society presentation and will be shown at 8 p.m. in the Biology Building Auditorium. "The film marks an era of lavish sets, costuming and acting," said Dr. James Baird, English faculty member who writes critical notes for each performance. Fairbanks, best-known swashbuckler of the silent film era, starred in, wrote the scenario for and released this version of the heroic robber-knight of Sherwood Forest. Wallace Beery broadly plays the good King Richard the Lion-Hearted. As previewed, the film will run ...

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

■——1 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY " mm ■■ it".' Q&?,Y'{KR # Friday. February 27.1 70 9 Thd Eagles have chalked up their best season in the Missouri Valley Conference with a 1f -2 record. Opponents ,haye fought both th^Eagles and home NT —Photos by Smith Kiker, Dan Watson, Cody Curry, and Don Roberson. r V. \ * \ 11wif " i n inrmTi VOERTMAN'S ■:v*r.p % PRING 8th annual hundreds of titles • • thousands of books popular books — gift books — childrens books — scholarly books reference books - art books — practical books — surprises Brand New - Were $1.95 to $20.00 - Now "Vz to ^4 OFF ■ ■ SPECIAL VALUES: Dozens of novels, were $3.95 to $6.95, now 69c to $1.19. Also, a special section of used, out-dated textbooks, price from 29c. Quantities of each title limited. - NEW TITLES ADDED DAILY - VOERTMAN'S I3I4 W. Hickory

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1970

fe1' :'P' The North Te xas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, MARCH 3. 1970 NO. 42 News Capsules Compels... KNTU To Broadcast Bettleheim Talk Tonight Last Wednesday's speech by Dr. Bruno Bettleheim, "Alternatives to Violence," will l>e broadcast in its entirety tonight at 7 p.m. on KN'I IJ, 88.5 I M. The pschologist and psychiatrist appeared as part of the University Lecture Series and told an overflow crowd in the Business Administration Lecture Hall that the only alternative to violence is education of the mind. KNTU, the campus radio station, is also planning to broadcast former astronaut Scott Carpenter's Thursday lecture at 7:15 p.m. Friday. Carpenter will speak at 8 p.m in the Main Auditorium on the topic "Man in Space and Under the Sea." USNT Senate Petitions Due Wednesday in UB Wednesday is the deadline for the return of USNT senatorial petitions. All petitions, both complete and uncomplete, are Jue at the USNT Of...

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

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. March 3.1970 Tua The North Texas Daily 53rd Year North Texas Stale I nivergity Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER GEORGE FLYNN 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. Tail Wagging Dog Council Too Slow In Closing Streets Officials of the NTSU Administration submitted a proposal to the City of Denton last summer requesting the closure of four blocks of campus streets and title to them. It is now March; traffic continues to snarl the university and the Denton City Council continues to "study" the street closing. The university was merely implementing another step in the Master Plan of 1967. a plan which was worked out with the aid, consulation and agreement of city officials. The request, an attempt at a pedestrian-oriented ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1970

#: Tuesday. March 3.1970 ' Answers to Fashion Questions ♦ To Be Featured in NM 1Fair Is the underwear look still an under-cover story? Did Grandmother know something about hairstyles after all? Answers to these and other fashion questions, plus the "how-to" and "what- for" will be offered at the first North Texas Fashion Pair on March 14 in the Forum Room of the Speech and Drama Building. To discover how far out on a limb fashion can take a girl, trained personnel from the Dallas speciality store, Neiman-Marcus, will conduct 60 to 90 minute workshops in modeling, make-up, hair-styling, grooming, wardrobe planning and the latest fashion trends. Mam'selles, a fashion modeling squad at Southern Methodist University, will assist Neiman-Marcus. Fashion Fair, sponsored by Associated Women Students (AWS) and Panhellenic Council, can register a maximum of 150 girls. Coeds may register in the dean of women's office or by phoning 382-6756. Deadline is March 6. Door prizes will be given at Fas...

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

' ' PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 3,1970 Win W-' V- 'f •• v- r-\ ru >. ''A t ''wrw'^rrij TTw-? ■: . |\ Talking Walls When asked about the Tulsa loss Monday Coach Dan Spika said, "take the information off the wall," referring to the graffiti on the fence surrounding the construction area of the new library. Spika called the person or persons who painted the messages "ungrateful." 4 Blue Ribbons Track Team Scores By RICH SMITH Daily Reporter Rice was favored to win the Southwest Recreation Track and Field title, but someone forgot to tell North Texas. The Eagles won four blue ribbons and placed in 16 of the 17 events they participated in to successfully defend their championship. North Texas finished with 77 points while Rice settled for second place with 67. Javelin thrower Bill Schmidt keyed the Eagle victory with a meet record of 260 feet 10 inches breaking the old mark of 241-1 !4. Also, Jove Gomez defended his mile run title with a time of 4:13.5, and Bob Vanderd...

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

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4, 1970 NO. 43 ? • t •f ♦k 4 ♦ * • # - om Lip our I J* J. -,t> / ♦ £{.. ;i> 1: '•/'i ^ ffj5 | Frat Team Investigates Campus Greek System; IFC Awaits Evaluaton Timber! A university tractor toppled a small tree at the site of the construction on the UB addition started The action, he future Union Building Tuesday as workers cleared the area of underbrush. Dr. James Rogers, vice-presdient for administrative affairs, said that the other trees would remain on the Avenue C and Chestnut lot until said, was a result of a motion asking to "leave the area green' by student members of the Space Planning committee at a May 15 meeting. By PAUL McKAY Daily Reporter The IFC (Inter-fraternity Council) and Administration took a major step in evaluating the North Texas Greek system by bringing a team of professional fraternity men here last week to study the system. These profes...

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

8? : • '■ W PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY .TO:yr ■ ■ '' '' ' -■ ' ■ ' ' Wednesday. March 4,1970 • I • * • Wedr DAILY FEEDBACK • i • Writer Cites Exceptions For Both Rights, Lefts From Bill Fitz, 107 Ave. C, Denton: There is indeed some justice in Julian's (Williams) concern over Who is protecting What, but timing and overall instances seem to be out of proportion to the reality of the situation. Difficulty with the Ex- Marines was experienced a year and a half ago, with no real incidents occurring since. Yes, the moratorium parade witnessed some vigilante activity, as did the marchers' notice the presence of some Fx-Marines in their own ranks, as sympathizers. No real trauma developed. It is ironic that a marine is sent to kill in Vietnam, paid in inflated money, and then sent home to be busted for pot (a habit usually acquired 'over there'), and eventually tried for murder'.'!'.' Meanwhile the hippies, and we Yippies, are sought for service as marines, persecuted, jailed and beat up...

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

• # 0 « • • # • • • • t • # ♦ « • • • * • * # * • • • 9 • • • • • • Wednesday. March 4,1970 * * • * # ♦ • # ♦ • • « # • • ♦ cmSOi / PAGE 3—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Green Jackets Travel to Tulsa, Bring Signs, Spirit With Them I Could Have Danced All Night "They Shoot Horses Don't They." begins a week-long run at the Campus Theater. It is an Oscar nominated film starring Best Actress Jane Fonda and Actor Gig Young Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid continues at the Fine Arts Theater starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Even away from "the snake pit," Eagle fans carry their venom with them. Although, the North Texas fans were greatly outnumbered at the Tulsa game last weekend, they were not out-voiced. Twenty- five Green Jackets and Warts (Green Jacket pledges) were among those who made the trip to Tulsa Saturday to back the team The girls reached the gym just in time for the freshman game. Since acting president Sara Leith was not sure whether noisemakers were allowed in the Tulsa gy...

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

ft N.- Jf P Wednesday, March 4,1970 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY lU'dlUHtllllllllltlillllllllUIIIIIIMIHIII'llli UltimiiH Gene Abrahamson lllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Santa Visits North Texas With Win Over Louisville ABRAHAMSON Christmas comes but three times a year? Well at least it did for North Texas this season. The first coming of Christmas was the traditional Dec. 25 date. The next Christmas came to the NT campus with a win over nationally ranked and Missouri Valley Conference toughie Drake 93-81 in double overtime. And of course Santa made his third stop at the Men's Gym Monday night in the form of a 98-80 romp over Louisville after a humiliating and almost disastrous loss to Tulsa 97-80 Saturday night. The Monday game was the last home game for Eagle seniors Joe Hamilton, Crest Whitaker and Neil Adams as well as the last home game of the season. NT managed to make it a clean sweep of home games this season and avenged their only...

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