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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 January 1977

Tuesday, January 18, 1977 1Panhandle' Raises Dust In Fort Worth "Panhandle," a musical drama about the Dust Bowl days in Texas which premiered on campus in November, will compete in the American College Theater Festival Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at the 11 Scott Theatre in Fort Worth. The play, which won the NT Bicentennial Playwriting Contest, was written by Walter H. Davis, a graduate student and teaching associate at UCLA. Dr. Ralph Culp of the speech com- munication and drama faculty is the I director of the play, which was selected for the regional festival in Fort Worth after state competition at a festival at Texas Tech in December. "Panhandle" wili compete with plays by Odessa College, Texas A&l, Midwestern State University, University of Albuquerque, University of New Mexico, Southeastern Oklahoma and Arkansas State. The winner will compete against 12 other regional winners across the coun- try in the American College Theatre Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 January 1977

,!* 'OW-V ;..v\ / PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY . Tuesday, January 18, 1977 asjssgae Building Names Honor Alumni Regents Break Tradition; Salute Matthews, Sullivant Quilting Bee Photo by CINDY SPURQEON Mrs. Kay Branum and Mrs. Peg Norton work to complete a quilt started by a Free University Class taught by Mrs. Branum last fall. The quilt is made of cotton with a four-pointed star design. The ladies, assisted by former members of the class and personal friends, hope to complete the project by the end of January. Women Rediscover Ancient Quilting Art Quilting, a hobby that dates back to the building of Egyptian tombs, is un- dergoing a period of rediscovery. A night course in elementary quilting was held at the Ministry Center under the Free University program last fall. Mrs. Kay Branum taught the class that nights fashioned a quilt with a four- pointed star design. "We ran out of time and didn't finish the quilt," Mrs. Branum said. "A few members of the class, some friends of mine an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 January 1977

1 r * If i Tuesday, January 18, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 W ) i K v « I. ' 1 iff m # w X * A North Texas Barely Escapes Scalping on Davis' Jumper Melvin Davis hit a jumper from the side with four seconds left in the game as North Texas narrowly escaped a scalp- ing by the Arkansas State Indians in a 78-76 heartstopper Monday. The win extended the Mean Green's win streak to nine and preserved Coach Bill Hlakeley's record of 17 games without a loss in the Super Pit. Blakeley said after the game that the team hadn't played well since returning from its road games. He felt the offense suffered from a lack of organization. "We can't stand prosperity, said Blakely. "We had the chance to put it away several times, but didn't." North Texas trailed by three points at halftime alter a ragged first period per- formance which saw Arkansas State leading by as many as eight paints at times. Henderson and Schmitt each hit a pair Mean Green Bags Five Holiday Wins A Bucket for Ken Photo by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 January 1977

1*4 PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY M Tuesday, January 18. 1977 m BURGER KING® ANNOUNCES ITS FAMOUS HALF PRICE SALE! THIS IS OUR WAY OF WELCOMING NEW STUDENTS AND RENEWING OLD FRIENDSHIPS SO C'MON HAVE IT YOUR WAY®AT HALF PRICE WITH THE COUPON BELOW. /"v. myz .<£ Crawl? ORDER fR,ES burger BURGER v*- —Tw U Mr IT If) I If ii 3& ■<C: Eagle Drive at Avenue C NTSU HALF PRICE SALEI This coupon good Jan. 18 through Jan. 28, 1977, Coupon entitles the bearer to half-price on any item on Burger King restaurants menu. This offer is good only at Eagle Dr. at Ave. C, Denton and is void after January 28, 1977. Limit Per Coupon Up To $3 Retail Purchase Have if, BURGER Void where prohibited by la ' h ' V ' 11 ii.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1977

Speaker Clayton Recommends Tight Committee Budgets AUSTIN, Tex. (AP)—"Don't be bashful" about cracking the whip over slate agencies, Speaker Bill Clayton told House leaders Tuesday as hearings began on the SI5.3 billion general ap- propriation bill. Appropriative matters subcommittees began work a few minutes later on several budgets, including the Alcoholic Beverage Commission's and the Secretary of Slate's. CLAYTON TOLD his committee chairmen and the heads of the ap- propriative subcommittees of each panel that Texans want the legislature to be frugal. "What I have sensed as I have traveled across the state is the desire of Texans that we hold the line and not squander the funds that are surplus to the treasury." he said. "The gratitude of the people will more than repay the lime and effort you spend." APPROPRIATIVE MATTERS sub- committees will hold hearings and report back to the various House com- mittees, which will make recommenda- tion"-' to the House Appropriations Com- mitt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1977

LJ PAGE 2— THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial UT, A&M Should Spread Fund's Wealth The Texas Legislature may consider a proposal this session which will liberalize the use of money in the Permanent University Fund and benefit state universities other than those in the Univer- sity of Texas and A&M systems. The University of Texas now receives two- thirds and A&M receives one-third of the ac- cumulated interest produced by oil and gas revenues on two million acres of state land. The fund is expected to produce from $200 million to $220 million during the next ten years. The proposal to redistribute the money among most of the state colleges has been made by the "little Hoover commission" headed by Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby and House Speaker Bill Clayton. The proposal will probably take the form of several bills in the legislature, but an amendment to the state constitution will be necessary for any major change. This will require support of both legislators and voters. Such chan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1977

Inesday, Janua Aiq) W. OAK XAM HICKORY IT \< A INSERT LOUISE PRAIRIE HIGHLAND f v < * . * ( li If U LW, This map shows the locations of the fraternities holding rush today and Thursday. Spring Recruiting Begins Fraternities Seek Pledges By JOHN MARCHESE, Daily Reporter Recruitment of new fraternity members begins tonight at six with fraternities opening their houses to prospective members. According to David Stinson, Corpus Christi senior and president of the Interfraternity Council (IFC), 16 fraternities will participate—seven on Wednesday and nine on Thursday. Because spring semester is usually a slow period for new pledges, Stinson said the fraternities are working harder to enlist new members including sup- plying transportation to smokers. Rides will be available at 6 p.m. both nights of open house in front of Kerr Hall. Drivers will supply information to prospective pledges and will transport rushees between the different fraternity houses. Fraternities holding open hous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1977

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ### *** *** V Wednesday. January 19, '1977 Tarrant County Students Eligible Fort Worth Club Offers Journalism Scholarships Journalism scholarships for Tarrant County students are being offered by the Fort Worth Professional Chapter of Women in Communications, Inc., Keith Shelton of the journalism faculty said Monday. No more than two candidates from any university or Tarrant County high school will be nominated. Only students with a major or minor in journalism will be considered. Photographers, makeup editors and writers will qualify for nomination. Awards are granted to high school seniors and undergraduate and graduate university students on the basis of financial need and journalistic ability. Applicants may include five samples of writing and other journalistic work, a transcript of grades, a 200-word biographical statement and a recom- Dean Claims Need For More Minorities Snow Show Photo by CINDY SPURGEON Bruce Hodges, library assistant, puts the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1977

«'V t ...y ' v, i « 4 > V I * ♦ * I A Wednesday, January 19, 1977 * rl':\ , . • 1 ,"ME\ r. ' ••> ;.. THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 Core Requirements Receive Approval Faculty Senate Sends Proposed Curriculum Revision to Nolen By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter The Faculty Senate approved the proposed core curruiculum for the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences at its December meeting. The proposed core took three years to get to this point from the initial ad hoc committee appointed by Dr. Jim Pearson, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. It will now be considered by President C.C. Nolen. The ad hoc committee studied the education requirements and held open meetings for faculty and students. Two or three years ago, a proposal from the committee was turned over to the Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee. For a year and a half, the committee held meetings and a forum and surveyed the faculty. The committee approved a final proposal that was sent to the MF University Curriculum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1977

■ PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Delta Sigs Lead Mural Competition Delta Sigma Phi fraternity rang up 1,229 intramural points to lead competi- tion for the '76-'77 Fraternity Intramural Championship. The Delta Sigs placed first in weightlifting, gymnastics and its vol- leyball division. The 1,229 points in the fall provide a cushion of more than 200 points over its nearest competitor, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sig Eps was the only other fraternity with mor; 'han 1,000 points, 1,027. First places in wrestling and handball singles boosted its total. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA finished the fall semester in third place with 838 points. Included in the 838 points were first place finishes in racquetball singles, swimming and diving. Pi Kappa Alpha captured four first places, more than any other fraternity, and placed fourth overall with 831 points. Pike firsts came in badminton singles, badminton doubles and its divi- sions in volleyball and soccer. Theta Chi trailed the Pikes with 829 points. Its member...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1977

:. ! "_U_" 2' ■" '' PP*^1 « ■ i 1 I u / - W-' NT Athletic Council Seeks SWC Bid Resolution Approval Rests With Regents S :i mn wm mm i ■: 4 i - -v v' s / \*« $Pf| # ...<* t -L Southwest Conference Discussion John Carrell, chairman of the NT Athletic Council, left, discusses Carter, vice-president for Fiscal Affairs. Carter reported on the council's decision to seek admission into the Southwest athletic financing before the council voted unanimously to try to Conference with Athletic Director Hayden Fry, center, and John gain admission to the nine-member conference. The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 58 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1977 By DAVID BOARD, Sports Editor The NT Athletic Council unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday to seek admission into the Southwest Conference (SWC). The resolution was introduced by Dr. John Carrell, chairman of the athletic council. The resolution must be acted on by Dr. Roy Busby, vice-president for unive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1977

Ifaffio—K W • 11WMMWMW ■BS5V;::- . -V; • ."> .'{<■'■. . ' - ' , ./ • PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. January 20. 1977 Students 'Tilt' Toward Game Machines Photos by CHARL/E COLE Text by JIM POYNER Before exams and research papers consume all of their spare time, campus pinball wizards and electronic pong addicts are expected to feed $1,200 worth of quarters each week into the 21 blinking, bleeping contraptions in the University Union's game room, The Syndicate. "The Union leases space to Stepken Vending Co. of Denton for a 50-50 split of the income," Barney Smith, Union recreation manager, said. "We'll average about 5600 a week for our cut." ALTHOUGH THE traditional pinball machine is well represented in the small, mirror-filled arcade room, video technology has provided numerous other challenges for two bits. Those with cat-like reflexs can drive a car on world famous race courses, saddle a horse for a steeplechase and even break out of prison. Other games include a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1977

,« t J ,v .T. ■I <g $2 Thursday, January 20. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Photo by CINDY SPURQEON Rude Awakening Patient Stan Nash, San Francisco sophomore, is operated on by Randy Ganzer, Denton senior, and Jane Looper, Baptist Stu- dent Union (BSU) inter- national student coor- dinator, during rehearsals for the BSU Howdy Party tonight at 7 at the BSU Student Center. Lounge Manager Expects Business Will Increase By CAROL STEWART Daily Reporter To a new student, the red nightclub hue of the Rock Bottom Lounge might invite him to ask the waitress for a Bud on tap or Chablis on the rocks. But to- day, only soft drinks or tea are being served. Manager Michael McDonald, Tex- arkana senior, said he looks forward to the day that beer and wine will arrive in the University Union. "When it (the beer) gets in, business will be constant," he said Wednesday. "It probably will start during summer, but right now I'm vague on what we will be serving." THE ROCK Bottom Lounge, on the low...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1977

■ F- y . 1 PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Solons Show Little Interest In Sex Films AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) A back-to-basics organization put on a "Kiddie Peep Show" of sex and values education films Tor legislators, but few lawmakers showed up. Members of the National Congress for Educational Excellence (NCEE) served coffee, donuts, literature and earnest conversation outside the House committee room where the three films were shown. THE FILMS, which members of the organization said are shown in Texas junior and senior high schools, were: "The Lottery," in which people in a rural town draw lots each year, and the one that receives a black spot is stoned to death, apparently as a ritual to guarantee good crops. "The Merry Go Round," a Canadian- made movie dealing with a teen-age girl's dilemma over whether to have sex with her boyfriend. "ABOUT SEX," distributed by Plan- ned Parenthood but regularly shown to llth graders in Austin, according to Peggy Fetz of Richardson, state chairman of NC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1977

I V A .! Thursday, January 20, 1977 NT Library Purchases Rare Books By RICK KELSEY Daily Reporter Four books and one manuscript have been added to the Library's rare book collection as part of the Library's bicentennial celebration, John Brewster, special collections librarian said. The books, purchased with funds al- located by the NT Bicentennial Commit- tee, are scheduled to be on display in the spring semester. One book, "A Riverboat Pilot's Guide to the Mississippi," was published in 1847. "This unusual work provides detail navigation information for the Missis- sippi River," Brewster said. Two other works selected are histories of the centennial exhibition in 1876. They are "The Great Centennial Ex- hibition by Sandhurst" and "The History of the Centennial Exhibition of 1876" by McCabe. "Another work is "History ofTexas" by A.B. Lawrence," Brewster said. "It was published in 1844, one year before Texas became a state." The last work is a French illuminated manuscript on Vellum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1977

w''' ■ PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ' Thursday. January 20. 1977 i Going Up Patsy Aldrete, McLean, Va., freshman goes up for a shot against Lisa Angus, Dallas sophomore, during a women's basketball squad workout. The women play in Ranger tonight. ' MB Pholo by TERRY WOOTENy ED1NBURG—Pan American used a steady offense and a tough zone defense to handily defeat the Mean Green, 86- 74, Wednesday night bringing to a halt NT's nine-game win streak. The win extended Pan Am's string of victories here to 19. NT is now 11-2 on the year, and the Broncos are 10-3. The game was played before an overflow crowd of 5,200. The Broncos were in command from the opening whistle, jumping out to a 13- 4 lead in the opening minutes. NT was stopped time and again by the Bronco zone and tiie Mean Green dis- played lackadaisical passing, commit- ting 14 turnovers in the first half. The Eagles had little success from the field. NT made only 39 per cent of its at- tempts, compared to Pan Am's hot 54 per cen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1977

,■ * The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 59 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1977 /, Carter Steps Up to Presidency. . . I I ;fV 4 ^ r i A 7 I i \ > ,V ► 1 / t UP i ' WASHINGTON (AP)—Jimmy Carter, an out- sider no more, was inaugurated president of the United States on Thursday, urging upon his countrymen fresh faith and new commitment to the "bold and brilliant dream" of America. Then, hand-in-hand with his wife, Rosalynn, the new President walked near the head of his own parade, home to the White House. Three minutes past a sunny, icy noon, Carter con- cluded the oath of office that restored the White House to the custody of the voters and ended the 29- month appointed presidency of Gerald R. Ford. ARMY CANNONS boomed a 21-gun salute from Capitol Hill across the snow-clad lawns and monu- ments of government. Carter stood solemn, a glimpse of his trademark smile crossing his lips. And the first words he spoke as President were words of thanks to For...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1977

? II An Editorial Carter Seeks Compromise As many as 700,000 Americans will be watching President Jimmy Carter with intense interest during his first week of office—the draft evaders and veterans with less-than-honorable discharges that may be affected by Carter's cam- paign pledge of a pardon. How broad a pardon the President will issue, or how many draft evaders, deserters or those with less-than-honorable discharges will be pleased with the pardon is questionable. In his campaign promise, President Carter said he would issue a blanket pardon "for those who violated Selective Service laws." This describes approximately 2,500 men—most of whom are liv- ing in Canada. All others will probably be handled on an individual basis. Carter's plan is criticized as too little by anti- war groups and as too lenient by veterans' groups. Carter seems to be searching the middleground between these two factions for a plan most Americans will consider fair. There are injustices of the war which ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1977

Friday, January 21, 1^77 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 ' 1 4 ft' Noncredit Courses Will Open To Students, Denton Residents Sixty noncredit minicourses will be of- fered to students and Denton residents, beginning Jan. 31. The courses deal with subjects such as Beginning Bluegrass Banjo, Planning and Care of Home Landscapes, Basic Photography and Beginning Hatha Yoga. Although NT students do not receive academic credit for participation in any of the courses, Elinor Hughes, coor- dinator of continuing education courses, explained that a minicourse may have many benefits not found in a regular university course. "We are offering courses where there are no comparable credit classes," Mrs. A Unanimous Decision Hughes said. "It is a short-term commit- ment, designed to let the participant sample the subject, to see whether he would like to continue studies in the field." COURSES WILL meet in various locations on campus and some instruc- tors are planning field trips. Prices for the once...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1977

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. January 21. 1977 Dean Comments on B.A. Core Pearson Hopes for More Liberal Education By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter Dr. Jim Pearson, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, said Wednesday that the proposed B.A. degree core, if approved by President C.C. Nolen, will give students a broader liberal educa- tion. "We have introduced components in the core which are becoming more pop- ular around the country," Pearson saiu. "By adding a math requirement, strengthening the humanities and the social sciences and adding an aesthetic area, we think we will have improved the student's education." The proposed 51-65 hour core, in- cludes a three-hour math requirement. Dean Pearson's comment about an aesthetic area refers to a requirement that three semester hours be taken from art, drama, film or music. The social sciences would be a requirement of three hours each from two of these: anthropology, economics, regional science, psychology, sociology or...

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