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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1976

Thursday, November 18, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 King Documents Vanish House Questions Possible Cause r. WASHINGTON (AP) — The House committee probing assassinations is in- vestigating an unconfirmed report that documents relating to the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King have been destroyed, chief counsel Richard Sprague said Tuesday. Meanwhile, the 12-member panel in- vestigating the deaths of King and Presi- Seyferth Speaks Nov. 30 Dr. Dietmar Seyferth from the Mas- sachusetts Institute of Technology will present a seminar, "Chemistry of Organocobalt Carbon Clusters...Carbon in an Unusual Environment," Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. in Masters Hall 324. A reception at 5 p.m. and a dinner at 6 p.m. will be held at the Ramada Inn in Denton preceeding the lecture, Dr. P.R. Jones of the chemistry faculty said. Reservations for dinner may be made by calling 788-2031 on or before Nov. 26 dinner will cost $4 per person, he ex- plained. "Dr. Seyferth will discuss how the chemical reactivity of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1976

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 18, 1976 1 > Intrasquad Basketball Veterans Trounce Rookies By RANDY NICHOLS Daily Reporter bugle basketball Tans got a glimpse of the upcoming season on Tuesday night as they watched the White team trounce the Green team 123-84 in an intrasquad game at the "Super Pit." Basketball Coach Bill Blakeley inten- tionally "stacked" the teams to see how his club would do under usual playing condition. Blaktley teamed his more seasoned players against his younger and more inexperienced players with the veterans coming out on top of the lop- sided score. Walter (Weasel) Johnson, Houston senior, showed his flashy style of play by running, gunning and passing his way to a game high of 29 points and 11 assists. The Houston senior received praise from Blakeley after the game. "Weasel had a good game, he looked prelty good tonight," he said. Tyler Junior College transfer Charles McMillian was one of the players who was on the receiving end of Joh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 November 1976

NT Readies for NCAA Cross-Country Finals PAHIMNQ NCAA Cross-Country Championship Traverse The NT Golf Course will be the site of Monday's NCAA national cross-country championship beginning at 11 a.m.The map shows the course the runners will follow in the six-mile (10,000 meters) race. This is the second time for the state to host the national championship for cross-country and the first time for NT to host an NCAA championship event. Runners from 90 schools are entered in the event and University of Illinois runner Craig Virgin will try to defend his individual title. By RaNL Y NICHOLS, Daily Reporter The final entries have been compiled for the most spectacular cross- country race in the United States as 3S0 entrants compete in the 38th NCAA national cross-country meet scheduled here Monday at 11 a.m. Of the 90 schools entered in Division I, 38 are eligible for the team ti- tle. The other 52 schools are being represented by individuals and will not be team title contenders. The sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 November 1976

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 19, 1976 NT Students Overlook Scholarships ' mJ > By EILEEN O'GRADY, Daily Reporter i Every student at NT would probably relish a scholarship to help with college expenses, yet only about 5 per cent of them applied for scholarships available this academic year through the Financial Aid Office. Dr. Hugh Ayer, University Scholarship Committee chairman, said $47,100 was awarded to 323 students for the 1976-77 school year, but the committee wishes there had been more applicants. "We never have as many as we'd like. I wish, we had 1,500 applicants so we'd have a wider choice and the most deserving could get the scholarships," he said. Dr. Ayer added that the committee has never failed to award a scholarship because of lack of applicants. But why don't more students apply? Lack of information, time-consuming application forms and the attitude that a student doesn't have much of a chance could be factors. Students also believe they don't hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 November 1976

r lis Friday, November 19, 1976 f 4 41 lirb lef- :n- lird lies )m but I on luld lute |ver I the "i,y 4 v JOp- ' lis 45 T readers, signed ^ f Daily Review Jazz Albums Yield Fire, Vinegar, Spirit By BOB DARDEN, Critical Writer In recent years, a lot of good jazz musicians have found their way to A&M Record's Horizon label. The music ranges from the jazz-funk of people like Karma to the heavily orchestrated jazz of Barbieri and Chuck Mangione to the free form style of Ornette Coleman and Charlie Haden. It's a good, well-rounded department, with a musician for every taste. This is fortunate, because the styles of artists like Barbieri and Haden couldn't be more dissimilar. Barbieri's album comes recommended for peo- ple just starting an interest in jazz. Haden's record is pretty much restricted to jazz addicts and students. (That's not to say it is a bad album, however.) HARBIKRI'S "CALIENTE!" is the product of his own stereotyping. An Argentine tenor sax player of the first order, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 November 1976

vwr;1 ' ~ ' 'V ' ' I/!- *'■' ' ' \l/ v". 1 r1' V S9KPPP! m PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 19, 1976 ' NT Holds Marketing Conference Seminar Explores World of Foreign Trade Finance the goods and a means of transportation, get government ap- proval, hire someone to supervise the shipment and bid the ship bon voyage as it leaves the harbor for a distant port. Though somewhat more complicated, these are the five basic steps in exporting merchandise to foreign countries as dis- cussed Wednesday at the international marketing seminar held in the Business Building Auditorium. The seminar, cosponsored by the NTSU Student Marketing Association and International Trade Association of Dallas, was divided into six segments dealing with imports, exports, banking, customs brokers and freight forwarders, transportation and government involve- ment in exporting. ALBERT SCHMIDT, vice-president of Nortexport, the United States impor- tation and distribution subsidiary of a Mexican tradin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 November 1976

Friday, November 19, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5l ( j. ' * r ) i v \ t a \ f + Organizations Roundup NT Tries To 'Double Dollars' Cool Cat Characters Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Cats of all shapes, sizes and designs—and some cat drawings which are simply "cat puns"—adorn the 4.5-by-30-foot chalkboard located in Room 023 of the Library. Drawn by several members of the library staff, the more than 40 cartoons are part of a spontaneous project initiated by Janet Lynn, librarian assistant, and David Johnson, stu- dent assistant, when they were art students. Catty Remarks Cover Board Scribblings Highlight Library Room Bv RIC K KELSEY Daily Reporter Janet Lynn, librarian assistant, loves cats. This fact is evident to a person walk- ing into her office, with its 4.5-by-30- foot chalkboard covered with more than 40 cat cartoons. The cat chalkboard, situated in Room 023 of the Library and open to anyone who wants to see it, is a project started by Miss Lynn and student assistant David Johnso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 November 1976

Friday, November 19,. 1976 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Cumulated Predictions Horton (8-2) results of last week's Daily Staff are 67-33: Terry Pair (6-4), Robin , Nancy Deen (7-3), Randy E. Pruett (6-4), Jim Poyner (6-4), Scott White (6-4), Art Chapman (8-2), Vicki 3ridges (6-4), Ralph Win- ingham (7-3) and Cathy Sulak (7-3). NT Looks for Win Senior Eagles Await Their Last Game GAMES Terry Pair (66-31) .680 Robin Horton (73-24) .762 Nancy Dean (66-31) .680 Ralph Wlnlnnham (33-15) .687 Nancy Cochran (31-17) .646 Scott Daniels (19-10) .655 Art Chapman (16-3) .842 VIckl Bridges (30-9) .769 Cathy Sulak (39-10) .795 David Board (36-13) .729 NT- Qrake NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT Okla. State- Iowa State Iowa St Iowa St. OSU OSU Iowa St. OSU Iowa St. Iowa St. Iowa St. OSU Missouri- Kansas Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Kansas State- Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Kansas Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

I Kenyans Win Cross-Country Honors -V K N * ' ' K ™ M Photo by PAUL RAINWATER The Getaway It was every man for himself at the start of the NCAA cross-country cham- pionships held on the Golf Course Monday. & T ,to Mf*3 By RANDY NICHOLS, Daily Reporter Henry Rono, 20, a Kenyan athlete attending Washington State, blazed the 10,000 meter course in a record lime of 28:06.6 to dethrone Craig Virgin of the University of Illinois in the national cross- country championship Monday. Virgin placed third behind Rono's teammate and countryman Samson Kimombwa, who ran 28:16.8. Virgin's time was 28:26.5, which was 10 seconds faster than his winning time last year. As expected, the UT-EI Paso Miners won the NCAA team championship without a great deal of pressure from the other 37 universities competing for the team title. UTEP scored 62 points, and Oregon placed second with 117 points. Four of UTEP's top five runners finished in the first 15 of the field. Washington State runners finished an u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

Tuesday, November 23, 1976 SHEpf^B PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY p. ' 'JF . ■ (CSp « - Photos by TERRY WOOTEN Tennis Anyone? A wobbly, tattered chain-link net and broken glass await tennis players at Fred Moore Park. An Editorial Parks of a Different Color A gross inequality in maintenance and supplies is haunting some of Denton's parks and recreational facilities. A comparison of facilities and maintenance in Denton's city parks shows many hours of work put into the Civic Center area while parks in Southeast Denton are crying for maintenance care. Children play among colorful playground equipment on clean, carefully manicured lawns at the Civic Center Park. Children at the Fred Moore Park play on conventional playground equipment, much of which is in need of repair and engulfed by discarded beer cans and broken liquor bottles. Jim Burns, Denton parks supervisor, said his department is aware of the need of park facilities in Southeast Denton. He said they (department officials) bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

Tuesday, November 23, 1976 the north texas daily - page 3 Black Dentonites Trace 100 Years of Trying Times By JIM POYNER Staff Writer A little more than I(X) years ago, some of the first Black settlers in Denton began carving out lives for themselves. Many of these settlers, arriving in covered wagons, eventually made their homes in the part of the city that is now the site of the Civic Center and Texas Woman's University. These early Blacks called their com- munity "Quakertown," an area hounded by McKinney, Oakland, Vine and Hell Streets. When the rest of Denton obtained electricity, paved streets, indoor plumbing and sewers, Quakertown remained a primitive "Mudhole." Regardless of the conditions, however, some of the Blacks managed to run small businesses such as a rooming house, cafes, barbershops, a meat market and a funeral home. THERE WERE at least three Black churches then—St. James African Methodist Episcopal, Mt. Pilgrim and first Baptist (now St, Emmanuel Baptist)—and a fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 23, 1976 ft t Outsider Enters Other Side of City By SCOTT WHITE, Staff Writer SOUTHEAST DENTON—After an hour-and-a-half of walking, the impression is indelibly plastered in the visitor's mind. He is a stranger in another man's world. He is an outsider observing some sort of social warp. Only a couple of blocks away, across the railroad tracks, are a new mil- lion uoilar post office, a new civic center and a carefully landscaped park. That is a couple of blocks away, however. This is another world. A world that is trying, sometimes succeeding, to keep up with the affluent times. But it is also a world being ignored and left behind to fare for itself. For most of Denton's Blacks, this is home. The scene on each street is the same. Black faces turn and stare if only for a glimpse of the White visitor. Not that there are not any White people here. Some White people live in the southernmost part of this forgotten corner of town, and there ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

Tuesday, November 23 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 Minister: "We're going to live together as brothers, or. 1J By DAVID MATUSTIK, Staff Writer The church plays an important role in the Black community as a center for religious worship, political activism and social awareness. Young Black ministers are moving out from behind the pulpit and into the streets to have a greater impact and a better feeling of the needs of the people. "Churches in Southeast Denton will lead the way to give a more balanced life to the people," the Rev. Bertrand Bailey of the Mount Calvary Baptist Church said. The Rev. Mr. Bailey, a burly 26-year-old minister with a boisterous laugh, sees a difference between the feelings of the area's older generation of ministers and its younger ones. "MANY OF THE OLDER preachers feel that my job is in the pulpit, and no where else," he said. "1 wouldn't pastor a church without going into the community where the people are." The Rev. Mr. Bailey pointed out that most ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

I ^iwK't* P"?,4J sr. i.1 v < PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Registration Change Aids Minorities Changes in registration procedures for the Minority Graduate Student Locater Service are expected to increase, perhaps triple, the number of students in the program, according to the Educational Testing Service (ETS). At the same time another change, a price reduction to graduate schools, is expected to increase the number of schools participating in the program. The Locater Service was developed by ETS five years ago for the Graduate Record Examinations Board to help minority students call themselves to the attention of graduate schools and to help graduate schools identify minority applicants. There is no cost to the stu- dents. Since that time the program has, with students' permission, annually dis- tributed information about the educational goals and backgrounds of over 9,IXX) students. ETS hopes to in- crease that figure by allowing students to register for the service on the sam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

* X I ti Tuesday, November 23, 1976 THE WORiH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 7 One, Two, Three, Four... Lab Band Swings Tonight By JOHN MARCHESE Daily Reporter The band stood ready, horns poised, eyes on the leader. "One, one—one, two, three, four..." Where the next "one" would be there was now music; big band music produced by 19 musicians set in motion by a small blue-jeaned woman setting the tempo with claps and counts. Toshiko Akiyoshi was the leader. Miss Akiyoshi and her husband Lew Tabackin will be guest artists at the I O'clock Lab Band's fall concert tonight at 8 in the Main Auditorium. Tickets for the concert are still available to students and faculty at the Lab Band Hall or the University Union ticket office. Tickets cost $2 when purchased in advance and $3 at the door. FOR THE next few moments the Main Auditorium was filled with music as the I O'Clock Lab Band played Miss Akiyoshi's "The Henpecked Oldman." There was no applause when they Craft Center To Provide Gift Sessions Christ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1976

PAGE 8 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 23, 1976 Drake Lays a Goose Egg Victory Gets Fry Winning Season—And How! 63-0 Interference! Photo by PAUL RAINWATER NT tight end James McCurin (dark jersey) reaches for a pass thrown by quarterback Ken Smith despite a downward tug. By NANCY DKF.N Sports Kditor The football team entered its final game of the season with two goals in mind—the defense was to hold the Drake Bulldogs to zero points and the offense was to score at least 50 points. These were high goals for a team carry- ing a 5-5 record, but the Mean Green realized them by shutting out Drake 63- 0 Saturday at h'outs Kield. Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Hayden f ry said he tried everything to hold the score down. "We even played Fred Gordon. He's a fifth team defensive back on the scout team," Fry said. GORDON, WHO was switched to of- fense during the game, added two fourth period touchdowns, one on a 15-yard run up the middle and the other, the last score of the g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 November 1976

► The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 49 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1976 J. I . Jazz, Jazz, Jazz Photos by PAUL RAINWATER Members of the 1 O'Clock Lab Band, above, play through one of the jazz charts presented during Tuesday night's fall concert in the Main Auditorium. Director Leon Breeden, right, gives the band final instructions before playing to a capacity crowd. Toshiko Akiyoshi and her husband, Lew Tabackin, of Los Angeles per- formed as guest artists with the band. Lab Band Awes Sellout Crowd By HOB HARDEN Special Writer A wildly enthusiastic sellout crowd at the Main Auditorium Tuesdy night saw the NTSU I'O Clock Lab Band more than hold its own with a glittering array of guest artists in the group's last concert of '76. Director Leon Breeden led the hand on solid jazz numbers that ranged from the softly beautiful "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life" (from the band's re- cent Luropean tour) to a full scale rave-up on the opening ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 November 1976

.....— 'Ipjl.' I I fl! i 1 I A 1 PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 24, 1976 An Editorial Use Book Exchange The Student Government Association (SGA) book exchange program exemplifies the type of positive service that student government can provide for students. The idea of an organized exchange of books among students, eliminating the expense inflicted by "middle men," is a good one and similar programs have been offered by past SGA ad- ministrations. The previous book exchange programs have had limited success, however, because the NT student body has never taken ad- vantage of the program to any great degree. To participate in the book exchange, students must sign up their books to be exchanged at one of the desks set up in dorms and class buildings by the SGA. Students must bring their books when they sign up so the books can be properly listed and checked for quality. A listing of all books in the program will be made on a computer printout, and at January regist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 November 1976

Wednesday, November 24, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 Ik I L J % Daily Review NT Play Brings It Home Life and Death Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Theresa Becker, Humble graduate student, looks to the heavens as she plays the role of "Maw" after the death of "Orin" (played by Piano freshman Greg Owens) in "Panhandle." Brenda Brackney, Dallas sophomore, cradles "Orin" in her lap as Joan Nelson, Dallas senior, and John Evarts, Dallas senior, mourn his passing. "Panhandle" will run Monday and Tuesday. 'Panhandle' Relates to Texans With Depression Era Heritage By JOANNA BOSTWIC'K Daily Reporter "Panhandle" is a play that Texans can relate to because it involves them in their heritage, Dr. Ralph Culp, member of the drama faculty and director of the play, said Monday. The play is about a family of the pan- handle during the Depression years and how they cope with the times. The play opened Monday in the University Theatre and will be per- formed Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. It is the winning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 November 1976

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 24, 1976 hi ir f •' |! I if % Austrian Scientist Brings Work, Family to Denton Photo by MIKE SCHAEFER There's the Rub Roger Dunham, NT personnel specialist, gives his 1935 Plymouth a spot shine. Dunham's auto, bought for $3,200, has a 1963 327-cubic-inch Chevrolet engine. Dunham said he bought the car because he has always been interested in cars and wanted to go back into his childhood. By TERRY MARLOW Daily Reporter Besides developing a new area of research in hot electron physics, Dr. Hartmut Kahlert from Vienna, Austria, builds and plays recorders, a musical in- strument made from bamboo. Dr. Kahlert came to NT after meeting Dr. David G. Seiler of the physics faculty at a conference in Vienna in 1974. When they discovered that they held a common interest in the research of hot electron physics, Dr. Seiler con- vinced Dr. Kahlert that he should come to NT and help him set up a new area of research on the hot electron properties o...

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