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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1971

I in lid la I Int Idl- ing. hWs pcr- Lck ■tro- llies land lied Lave 11 he em, the cial nity this and lave inlv in .A. Jni- p to J in and :els, one oist ort ony, rous I he < 3S4 '•MIS * > • I • * - V V ► * w s. Tuesday, January 19,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 * 1. N* i 1 • ./ .i 4 ■ur i. J Research: Integral To Varsity Debate This year's national debate topic is wage and price controls. Researching and analyz- ing this topic in depth occupies much of the time of varsity debaters during the school year. Many people read the results of each week's debate competition just to see how the team represents its school. But what does debate experience do for the individual involved in competition? "TO BE SUCCESSFUL in debate, one must learn to research and analyze a topic in depth, to organize, to communicate ver- bally and to respond under pressure," Dr. Ben ( happell, debate team coach, said. He added research is vital if a debater is to compete well. He must be prepared at all t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1971

1 Tuesday, January 19.1971 PAQE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eagles Fail in Four Holiday Contests By GEORGE FOSTER Associate Sports Editor Facing the longest Christmas break in their history, the Eagles took on seven straight opponents, including four straight ranked teams. The holiday break also earmarked the start of Missouri Valley Conference play but the Eagles failed to establish a definite combination of players during the break and will enter this week's play with an uncertain lineup. In the Colorado State game junior post- man Ephriam McDaniel injured a tendon and was eventually put out for the year. Unlike last year. North Texas didn't lose anyone on scholastic problems, so the last game against Southern Mississippi, was not the last for any Eagle eager. The rundown of the holiday games went like this: fcS Tuck it In! Larry Tucker, 6-3 guard-forward, fights for a rebound against 6-6 forward Bob Lackey of Marquette. Marquette 67, North Texas 57 Marquette brought its third-ranked ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1971

MM I • I I ti ► 1 t / i • .<v • f * I / t Tuesday, January 19,1971 Eagles Nab 23 Recruits Twenty-three junior college recruits six of them Ail-American selections have en-- rolled at North Texas lor the spring semes- ter. Head Coach Rod Rust said all 23 would be eligible for spring training in advance of the 1971 season. FIRST TEAM All-Americans in the Mean Green fold are offensive lineman John Bowles of Chowan (N.C.), defensive line- man J. C. Garrett of Tyler and linebacker Jerry Marshall of Blinn. Defensive lineman Steve Sakis of kil- gore and wide receiver Gerald late of Ran- ger were second team All-America. Line- backer Larry Rawlinson of Kilgore was on the honorable mention list THE EAGLES also landed seven All- Texas selections. They are defensive end Jerry Ellison of Ranger, Garrett, of Mar- shall, defensive tackle Tommie Powell of Tyler, Sakis and defensive back llurles Scales of Cisco and Tate. The All-Texas team carried live defensive linemen and North Texas recruited...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1971

Tuesday. January 19,1971 PAOK e—THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Signing Up Includes Waiting, Frustration u Business doesn't seem very good for the Snow Cone man in the pleasant weather. Two girls decide to take it easy while waiting to get into the Women's Gym, A|0 Ll)e C9JUmf get; ( Cop ies o F /U7*U. Pecorc/j; 3* Gro-dc. S-l' P-S- 3. C<x1a-1°^ H C/a^ Sc. hedges - If they can't, who can? . Mi ""' . SB FORMER NT STUDENTS' (UNDERGRADUATE) NOT ENROLLED ON CAMPUS [LAST LONG SEMESTER EVALUATION AND [REGISTRATION APPROVAL WINDOWS CL0SED®1 FOR LUNCH 12 NOON - I PM - You're Official Now; Registration's Over People and pencils, classes and masses, teachers and creatures, slouches and grouches, Soc. Sec. numbers and mumblers, trash and cash, yellow top card and oh, Lord—registration. Welcome aboard the Registration Ride here at One Flag Over North Texas. I'm glad you decided to make this journey with me today for as you know Frodo Baggins made this same journey back in 1^33 in scarch ol grades and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1971

Tuaaday. January 18,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Transcendental Meditation Seeks Peace, Tranquillity Campus Chapter of SIMS Promotes Experiences in Thought BY PAUL DAIGLE JR. Daily Reporter In a world torn by interpersonal strife and national conflict, there exists a group of people striving to achieve the seemingly unattainable state of peaceful co-existence by developing, individually, peace of mind. Transcendental meditation is an ideology which seeks peace through peace. It is also said to be a "simple technique" which releases the mind from anxiety and the body from tension. This philosophy, which was concieved some 6,000 years ago, has recently reached North Texas through formation of a chap- ter of the Students' International Medi- tation Society (SIMS). The chapter was a result of efforts made by Cynthia Peddi- cord, Sherman sophomore. Miss Peddicord, who recieved her cre- dentials by attending a teacher-training course under the direction of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi last ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1971

IffM PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 11 : V- ••; • ErW BBaffibiji'm.. -'■ ■ jl • rc/g . • i , ,w:f f7 ■ Slip wm v*wm ;,;V lift;iiii Tuesday, January 19.1971 3 DISTINCTIVE GIFT CENTERS VOERTMAN'S 1311 W OAK / DENTON CENTER / 1419 OAKIANO FREE NTSU BOOKCOVERS WITH ALL TEXTBOOKS! USED & NEW TEXTBOOKS SUPPLIES FOR ALL COURSES Serving North Texas State University students for more than 40 years with full range of supplies, plus a wide selection of good used and new texts for all fields of study. Denton's most complete book department: textbooks, fun books, inspirational manuals, children's books and thousands upon thous- ands of paperbacks for reference — study or pleasure. And.— the useful, the whimsical and the unusual in an unparalled gift collection assembled from round the world to fill the desires of students and faculty. Textbooks, of course, arranged and classified for easy, self-selection. By shopping early from these well stocked shelves, students can easily select the best us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1971

Carter: Austin Reacts Favorably to New Budget t I 1 By KAREN PARKER Daily Special Writer Many heads are turned toward Austin as North Texas awaits word on its biennial budget for 1971-73. John Carter, vice-president lor fiscal affairs and acting president, will go to Aus- tin for the 16th year to represent the uni- versity in its plea for state appropriations. Carter said the budget would be consider- ably larger than the previous budget. This year, however, there are no surplus funds to make up any deficit. FOR THE FIRST time in the 15 years Carter has represented North Texas, Gov. Smith's office contacted him to discuss bud- get requirements at Austin. Carter said he was "most encouraged by their reactions in Austin" and stated that the few demonstrations North Texas had had were not frowned upon. This is because the demonstrations were not university- related complaints, bul ralber related to national events such as Cambodia and Kent State. The budget was first discussed in Austi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1971

" ^ ! W .,,,• V- j.,■, • V,v'' ' ' • ', ' :• ■ , . "■•' , .. ■ "t ' rT''V* \ ' -" V; ' ■! 3j ' PAOI 2—NORTH TEXAS DAILY wmmm Wednesday. January 20,1971 The North Texas Daily S4th Year North Texas State University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Print Shop Works 18-Hour Day Presses Produce University Publications 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. No Room Editor Questions Parking Problem It's the beginning of u new semester again, and once again new students and students who got cars during the Christmas holiday are discovering the high cost of finding a place to park their beloved chariots. While driving around the campus, one notices that there seems to be cars everywhere and there ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1971

Wednesday. January 20,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 1 (f I I t r * I ■M- I! n 1 «]B s # > i ,, « ii * it; T « • f I . >, Semester Holds Key To Greek Success North Texas Greeks are wondering whether they are floundering or flourish- ing this semester's rush may hold the key. The 17 social fraternities at North Texas can smile as they look hack upon last semes- ter's 305 pledges, the largest number in re- cent years. But prior to last semester's re- cord rush there were two consecutive semes- ters of drought record lows in fraternal pledging here. Last semester's large number of pledges was credited mainly to new rush rules adopt- ed by the Interfraternity Council last fall. Anyone who is not on probation may pledge a fraternity, including first semester fresh- men, as long as they are taking a 12 hour load. However, pledges must maintain a 2.0 grade point average to be initiated. Tommy Turner, IIC rush chairman, was cautious about the chances of having another high number o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eagle to Eagle! North Texas Eagle Al Shumate goes over Oklahoma Christian Eagle Ray Still for two points in Tuesday's 80-79 victory over OCC. Shumate got into foul trouble early in the second half and was forced to the bench He finished with 13 points. Team To Discuss March Soccer Meet Plans for a March soccer meet involv- ing IK teams are scheduled for discussion Thursday night at 7 o'clock in Room 122 ol the Social Science Building, Soccer Club President \rthur (ion/ale/ announc- ed Fuesday "We need to work out a practice sched- ule and finali/c our player roster, if pos- sible," Gonzalez said. "The meeting is a must lor all players currently on the team, and anyone else who is interested in play- ing, is also invited." The tournament, scheduled for March 5, 6 and 7, will he the opening test of the North Texas club. "We are planning to mail invitations Friday," Gonzalez said. "SMU and Okla- homa have already given us verbal agree- ments to play Other t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1971

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 58 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS I) 1 s ,\ % On-Campus Lot Open For Red Decal Autos HlfSieew htkiW' In order to provide more convenient park- ing spaces, an on-eampus lot has been open- ed to cars with red decals, Capt. Doyle Fletcher of the North Texas Police Depart- ment said recently. Designated as No. 15, the lot, located on Prairie Street across from the west side of the Men's Gym, will provide 215 addition- al spaces for parkers with red stickers. Fletcher, captain of field operations and patrol division, said the lot had been used for overflow parking from the Quads, Bruce Hall and McConnell Hall. Since only 15 to 20 cars were occupying the lot daily, it was felt that the space could be utilized for other parking as well. FLETCHER SAID the new system of sel- ling spaces for street parking is working well. "It's actually controlling traffic alot better," he said "It's giving the commuter more spaces by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1971

PAGE 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, January 21.1071 MthVaar The North Texas Daily North Tixm Stat* llnivaraity Danton. Taxaa 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. Restore Balance Unhappy Country Lacks Direction Americans are in an unhappy mood. National polls taken in the past year have consistently revealed discontent from the average man-in-the- street. There are complex reasons for this mood. One obvious contribution to our gloomy national disposition is modern news communication. Americans receive almost instantaneous news cover- age of all world and national events through the electronics of television. People are simply becoming more aware of news than ever befo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1971

(1 g c C >r )f i t Thursday, January 21,1971 I \ (? J DASH Seeks Student Help With After-School Tutoring "We don't profess lo be experts at tutor- ing," Ken Shamblin a spokesman for DASH explained. "We just hope that we can bring college students and children together by mixing friendship and studies," he said. Denton Alter School Help (DASH) is seeking support from North Texas and TWU students to continue tutorial aid for Denton's elementary and junior high school pupils. Shamblin said students can sign up for jobs during Jan. 25-2K. Anyone wishing to sign up may go by the United Ministries Building at North Texas and the Center at TWU from 1-4 p.m. An instructor will be there to tell students when and where they begin work. At meetings students will be told what their specific duties will be. The second week in February will be the beginning of the tutorial sessions. Each student will tutor one child from any of the local elementary schools and junior high school. The tutor and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1971

MM ..;-V'r ;: PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY George Foster" IIIIMHMIIHIMIMIMMIIIMIMIHt Pro W Con Mean Green Memos. . Wrapping up football. Add Sporting News second team All-American and AP Honorable Mention All-American to Leonard Dunlap's list of awards for the 1970 season. . . I don't know how, but Joe Greene was named as an AFC All-Star pick. . . Steve Ramsey, the ex-Eagle passing whu, finally got acti- vated from the taxi squad prior to New Or- lean's game with San Francisco. With new coach J. D. Roberts youth movement, Ramsey probably will gel a good shot at the starter's job next year. Ramsey remin- isced on his career at North Texas for Pro Football Weekly. "When 1 was a Ireshman our coach had a motto: 'When in doubt throw." That's what I did—about 35 to 40 times per game. 1 guess that was the turning point. When I went to the varsity as a soph- omore, I was a throwing son-of-a-gun," Ramsey related. . .San Francisco 49er, Cedrick (Nasty) Hardman, another pro football Eagle, let...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1971

lis mm The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 69 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1971 I r? r «j 't fi * A. If I \ it f £ ,jL A Delayed Construction To Begin On Coliseum BY TERRY KELLY Daily Editor Construction on the new Coliseum, de- layed lor over u year, will begin in four to six weeks after a modified plan for the 6,200-seat structure was passed by the Board of Regents Thursday. Che building to be constructed is a stripped down version of the proposed 10,000-seat Coliseum commissioned in 19f>S Construction was delayed becausc costs became higher than the budgeted funds. IN OTHER business, the regents ap- proved u new major, theory, in the School of Music, and Dr. Glenn Sparks' title was changed from department chairman to dean. The title change comes after the Coordinating Board gave final approval Dec. 4 to change the library service de- partment to the School of Library and In- formation Sciences. Dr. Sparks has headed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1971

hiw,- V &£ ifctfKtt UStote-A. 5 < t> PAG 62—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY Friday, January 22,1971 The North Texas Daily 54th Yaw North Tun Stat* University Denton. Texas 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. Last Asian Tour? Bob Hope Wins Highest Honors Famed comedian Bob Hope was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, the Navy's highest honor for a civilian, last week by Navy Secre- tary John Chafee. Hope made his 20th annual Christmas tour to United States bases over- seas last month. He and an 87-member group of entertainers and beauties gave servicemen in the Mediterranean, England, West Germany, Thailand, Korea, Alaska and Vietnam, perhaps their only joy and lau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1971

Friday, January 22,1971 M * • I 1 Council Eases Parking Problem Resident Hall Council efforts to find solu- tions for campus parking problems have produced some preliminary results. Lighting for the Quads parking areas has been supplied by replacement of broken bulbs. Lot IS (located across from the Men's Gym) is no longer a mandatory parking area for women in Bruce Hall and 215 of the lot's spaces are now open for red decal parking. Nick McDowell, formerly of the Uni- versity police, appeared before the council Wednesday to answer questions directed to him last semester while he was employed here. He explained that parking meters located Denton Schools Seek Additional Teacher Aides More than 600 positions have been made available for education students to work as volunteer teacher aides or observe class- room procedures in the Denton secondary schools this semester. The project, which began last fall under the direction of the experimentation div- ision of the College of Education,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1971

■ i. ) llSl mm&z PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY WSU Opponent For Saturday By CARTER CROMWELL Daily Reporter North Texas will try to stretch a four- game winning streak Saturday when it en- tertains the Wichita State Shockers in a 7:30 p.m. encounter at Men's Gym. The Eagles' win skein, however, is mis- leading. They have not looked particu- larly good in winning and Tuesday they barely edged Oklahoma Christian, 80-79. WICHITA has had similar problems. The Shockers stand 6-7 on the year and own an 0-2 Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) mark, which is a half-game behind North Texas' 1-2 record. Also, they are coming off a two-week layofl, which might affect their play. Wichita assistant Ron Heller noted Tues- day that "We've been real inconsistent. We've played a lot of different men, but we haven't been able to come up with the right combination. We've lost some close ones, though," he continued. "We're not as bad as our record indicates." Eagle coach Harry Miller agrees. "THEY'RE a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1971

New USNT Constitution 'Not Ready' for Tonight \ y \\ a t i |i In in IJ T 'I By ELLEN MOORE Daily Reporter On the eve of the first USNT meeting of the spring semester, Jimmy Denting, USNT president, talked about student government at North Texas and the direetion he would like to see it take. Denting, senior from Houston, said he did not feel the new constitution for student government at North Texas would be ready for presentation to the senate tonight. "I can't see any way it could be presented tonight. It's just not ready. There are still bugs in it that have to be worked out." However, Maury Forman, Houston jun- ior and chairman of the constitution com- mittee, said last Monday that a draft of the new constitution would be presented at the meeting tonight. DEMING EXPLAINED that even if the new constitution is approved by the stu- Election of a vice-president and president pro-tem will be the major items of business when the USNT Senate meets tonight at 7. The resignation of forme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1971

I# "5-?" ' ">^m PAQC2—THI NORTH TCXAS DAILY Tueaday, January 20,1971 1 The North Texas Daily MM) Year North Teaes Stat* University Denton. Texas 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. Count Youth Vote 'Wisdom' May Err In '72 Elections Conventional wisdom opened his mouth earlier this month to announce that the new 18-to-21 -year-old voters won't have a tremendous impact on national elections next year. Conventional wisdom, however, should have opened his eyes and ears first. As a result of Congressional action and Supreme Court decisions there will be an estimated 11.5 million 18- to-21-year-olds able to vote in the 1972 Presidential and Congressional elections—a littl...

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