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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1977

I ' V ' ' i! J) i «t i i f Friday, January 21, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 1 MA? trr^'V ■< pi >nV1 • A New Bag The times, they are a- changing. Women wear pants and smoke cigars. Men wear makeup, high heels and other such "feminine" things — including shoulder bays, such as the one sported by Lyn Eckstein, Dallas sophomore. The trend toward carrying bags slung over the shoulder appears to be gaining on the custom of carrying a briefcase. Chuck Rainbow, Denton freshman, said he carries one because it is convenient for bicycle riding. Galveston freshman Christopher Marsh said he prefers a shoulder bag because it keeps his hands free. Another advantage is a bag's roominess; Rainbow carries his gym clothes and books in the same bag. Neither reported having been made to feel uncom- fortable by others who might not accept the idea of their carrying shoulder bags. Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Faculty Duo Will Present Papers At Berlin Convention This Spring By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 January 1977

I II : i PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT To Try Hand At Pony Roundup Friday, January 21. 1977 By DAVID BOARD Sports Editor The Mean Green will attempt to get back into the win column Saturday when Coach Sonny Allen's SMU Mustangs invade the Super Pit at 7:30 p.m. North Texas, 11-2, hopes to bounce back from an 86-74 loss to Pan American. The Mustangs come into the contest with a 6-8 season record and are 5-1 in Southwest Conference play. SMU downed Baylor, 75-71, in overtime Tues- day. The game will be the last of a four- year series between the teams. In the three previous games, the home-court advantage has been nonexistant. Three seasons ago, NT downed the Ponies, 79- 76, in Dallas, in 1975 SMU won, 89-87, in Denton and last year the Mean Green blasted the dudes from Dallas, 96-88, in Dallas. NT carries a 17-game win streak in the Super Pit into the game. ALLEN WILL start 5-10 Joey Ceravolo, averaging 3.4 points per game, at guard, along with 6-4 Phil Hale, with a 2.9 average. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1977

J' 1 V i 1 -'rpkov- i mJf*. Agony of De-Win Photos by CHARLIE COLE Denton seniors Mike Rubrecht, left, and Walter Krueger ring bells, pound their fists and shout encouragement to the Mean Green during the NT-SMU contest in the Super Pit. A record- breaking crowd of 10,600 packed the stadium for Saturday's game, which ended as a 103-99 victory for NT. Rubrecht and Krueger are members of the Eagle Patrol, which boosts NT moral with bells, yells and noisemakers. (See game story, Page Six) The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 60 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1977 New Dimensions To Display Women's Accomplishments Bv CATHY SULAK Staff Writer New Dimensions, a three-day seminar focusing on careers and activities of women, begins today in the University Union. The seminar is being sponsored by the NT Services for Women and Returning Students and is open to stu- dents. This is the first time a seminar on women will be presented on campus, said June Casey, di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1977

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, January 25, 1977 Editorials Single Parents Need Help Parents without partners do not get a fair shake on this campus when it comes to university hous- ing. University-sponsored housing is offered for married couples with children, but single parents are given the cold shoulder. Jim Peterson, director of housing, said NT's policy states that housing will be made available for married couples on campus. That policy has been interpreted to mean that parents without partners will have to look elsewhere for low-rent housing. Almost all of these single parents are women, and most are divorced, said June Casey, director of NT's Services for Women and Returning Stu- dents. "Married students with children do need low- rent housing," Miss Casey said, "but what the uni- versity doesn't realize is that single parents need it even more." A recent national study shows that 53 per cent of the divorced women in the United States have incomes below the poverty l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1977

Tuesday, January 25, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 •A il I I fleet >uily. Chorus Line With numbers pinned on their leotards, women audi- tion for the spring Dance Company Monday afternoon In the Women's Gym. Tap- ping heels and looks of con- centration made the affair noisy and tense. lab *76' Keeps Up Image Breeden's Band Has Golden Touch By BOB DARDEN Special Writer North Texan Slalc University l.«b Hand, I*on Breeden, Director I.AB *76 There is something about the NTSU lab band...everything they touch turns to gold. Well, maybe not gold, exactly; but darn near. Take the long-awaited LAB '76 album. The prestigious Grammy Award nomination last year would be a hard act to follow. Not so for this crew. Outakes | Swinging Eagles Step Out Tonight A howdy dance, featuring square dancing and a workshop for teaching dance steps, will be held by the Swinging Eagles Club from 7:30 to 10 tonight in the Bruce Hall Concert Hall. Robin Dameron, public relations chairperson for the club...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1977

}.J5 PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, January 25, 1977 f Center Offers Courses In Relationship Training Last-M'nute Changes Sylvia Doss, Denton senior, watches as final changes are made on her schedule at the Business Office in the Ad- ministration Building. All 8dds and drops were to be completed by Saturday. Photo by CHARLIE COLE Students who would like to establish more meaningful relationships in their day-to-day lives have the opportunity to obtain professional help from the Counseling and Testing Center. "Anyone interested in joining our in- terpersonal skills groups can walk in at any time for an interview appointment," said Dr. Elneita Dever, counseling psy- chologist. "We need to talk with the person to determine what level of group relation experience he or she has and then we can assign them to a group at that level." The groups consist of approximately 10 people and help people reach out to society. Groups will be held on Tues- day's and Thursdays. THE BEGINNING i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1977

* \ !• ( i • li Tuesday, January 25, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 / ,\ It's Mine Dixie Krueger wins a rebound battle for the women's basketball team Saturday night, but the squad fell to Weatherford Junior College, 74-62. Kathy Acker, left, attempts to as- sist her teammate. High scorer for NT was Althea Toliver with 25 points. The women's team will play UT- Arlington Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Arlington. Photo by CHARLIE COLE 'Who's Who' Sets Nomination Date Organization Roundup The deadline for nominating students to "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" is Feb. 18. Nominations must be returned to the Dean of Students Officc in the Univer- sity Union 3I9B by 5 p.m., Feb. 18. Barbara Jungjohan, coordinator of data for the selection committee, said nominating applications are being sent to members of the faculty, ad- ministrators, department chairmen and presidents of all officially recognized student organizations. Additional ap- plications are avai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1977

Erl« PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. January 25, 1977 Eagles Slip By Mustangs Before Packed Super Pit By DAVID FOARD Sports Editor The Mean Green put it all together Saturday to edge the SMU Mustangs, 103-99, before a record crowd of 10,600 in the Super Pit. Behind the outstanding individual ef- forts of forward Fred Mitchell and guard Weasel Johnson, North Texas charged back from a 12-point deficit late in the first half and overwhelmed the Mustangs in the final period. The win stretched NT's Super Pit win streak to 18 games and ran its season record to 12- 2. SMU fell to 6-9. UNAFFECTED BY the deafeningly partisan NT crowd, the Ponies took command from the first minute of play. Forward Joe Swedlund blistered the cords for 18 points in the first stanza as the Mustangs steadily built a lead that stood at 53-41 two minutes before inter- mission. Then the Green got its fast break go- ing and chunked in 10 consecutive points on buckets by Melvin Davis, Mitchell, Ken Williams an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1977

V i ') \ l I \ I* • r. I i Ft The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 61 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. JANUARY ?6. 1977 Board To Study Bonds, NT Construction AUSTIN—The Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System, will consider the sale of S16 million worth of State of Texas College Student Loan bonds and whether to pursue a state-insured and federally-reinsured student loan program at its meeting here today. Consideration of requests for endorse- ment of construction and rehabilitation projects from NTSU and TWU and of a two-year moratorium on new doctoral programs are also on the agenda. "Proceeds from the bond sales will enable the Hinson-Hazlewood Student Loan Program to meet the needs of ap- proximately 23,000 students who are ex- pected to participate in the program dur- ing the 1977-78 academic year," a board representative said. In a related matter, the board will consider a state-insured student loan program. Substantial financial incen- tiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1977

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. January 26, 1977 /i / Women Athletes Seek Equal Opportunities EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second of a three-part series concerning women in conjunction with New Dimensions sponsored today and Thursday in the University Union by NT Services for Women and Returning Students. By VICKI BRIDGES and MARY CANTRELL Staff Writers Women athletes have often been considered in- vaders in a man's world, but that attitude and the availability of facilities and programs for women in sports is gradually changing, according to Dolores Copeland, associate director of women's athletics. "in previous years the woman athlete was mis- understood. People failed to realize that the woman in sports looked upon herself not as being a woman in a man's field, but as being an athlete in the same respect as a man. She wanted and still wants the opportunity to bring honor and prestige to herself and to the un- iversity she represents just as does her male counter- part," M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1977

4 m \, w Wednesday, January 26. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 Wilder, Pryor 'Shine' xStreak' Blends Fun, Wit, Murder By NANCY COCHRAN Amusements Editor "Silver Streak" manages to combine excitement, fun, humor, suspense and murder into one thoroughly enjoyable film. Cinema critics have slashed the film since its release during the Christmas holidays, but audiences love the film for what it is— entertainment. Gene Wilder and Jill Clayburgh team up romantically and suspensefully, attempting to foil an incredible plot to discredit an Mou/e Review art book and steal some letters in the possession of Miss Clayburgh's boss. Most of the ac- tion takes place on the Silver Streak, a luxury streamliner trekk- ing from Los Angeles to Chicago. "Silver Streak" is showing at the Campus Theatre, 214 W. Hickory, and will run until Feb. 13. Theatre Manager Betty Anderson said attendance has been "very good." The opening scenes of the film directed by Arthur Hiller, overflow with wit and sexual...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1977

"IS.:- < • , "r 1 Hp! PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ Wednesday, January 26, 1977 Fall Law School Applicants Face Enrollment Cutoff Date for Test By JOANNA BOSTW1CK Daily Reporter The final Law School Admission Test (LSAT) for fall enrollment in law school will be given Feb. 5, Dr. Clovis Morris- son of the political science faculty said Monday. Registration is formally closed for the test, but because of a special provision, students may bring their application to the test site and—if space allows— take the test. "THE TEST consists of the ability to reason abstract situations," Dr. Morris- son said. "A small portion is devoted to grammar. In that respect it is unlike any other entrance exam." He said it will take five hours to complete the test. "The test is scored on a range from 200 to 800, but realistically you have to make above 500 to get into the school," he said. "The test can be taken as many times as needed, but each grade is reported to the school. The highest grade m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1977

!f 1. , > t V. McKenzie Looks to Frosh For '77 Rebuilding Effort By BOB GRACE Daily Reporter This year's track team appears to be weakest in the middle-distance races, Track Coach John McKenzie said Tues- day, but will be strong in hurdles and sprints. "Last year, we had the best team . . .Again we've ever had," he said. "But the team lost eight seniors from last year." "We've replaced them with eight talented freshmen, but it just depends on how fast they progress," McKenzie said. RETURNING FROM last year's squad are hurdlers Paul Bosh, Dallas AP Top 20 Rank Eludes NT Cagers North Texas, with a 12-2 record, again was not named to the Associated Press (AP) Top 20 college basketball poll. Michigan, still trying to regain first place in the poll, edged into second place Monday while Cincinnati nosedived from that spot out of the Top 10, ac- cording to the AP. Michigan's Wolverines, fifth a week ago, defeated Big Ten rivals Iowa, 99-75. Illinois, 66-61 and No. 19 Purdue, 82-76, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 January 1977

7'' '•VWV PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. January 26, 1977 SOUND WAREHOUSE ECM RECORD and TAPE SALE LP's $395 sl00 off on any two record set or any double tape Tapes$4 95 Entire ECM Catalogue on Sale KEITH JARRETT ARBOUR ZENA with JAN GARBAREK & CHARLIE HADEN ECM RECORDS k DeJohnettes Direct UNTITLED ■ * i : . V* mm eCm-mc ,4k -1074 ECM-1-1080 JOHN ABERCROMBIE TIMELESS JAN HAMMER JACK DE JOHNETTE SOLO- CONCERTS LAUSANNE TERJE RVPDRL UJhat Comes After ECM3 1035 8F1 1035 Part 1 8F2 1035 Part 2 CF11035 Parti CF21035 Part 2 KEITH JARRETT: Solo Concerts—Bremen- Lausanne (3 LPs) ECM 1038 8F 1038 ART LAN0E/JAN GARBAREK: Red 1 anta ECM 1039 0AVE LIEBMAN: Lookout Farm ECM 1040 8F 1040 CF 1040 GARY BURTON QUARTET: Seven Songs For Quartet & Chamber Orch ECM 1041 JAN GARBAREK/BOBO STENS0N QUARTET: Witchi-Tal-To ECM 1042 EBERHAR0 WEBER. The Colours ol Chloe ECM 1043 BENNY MAUPIN: The Jewel In The Lotus ECM 1044 JULIAN PRIESTER: Love. Love ECM 1045 TERJE RYPDAL: Whenever 1 Seem ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

, 'PWTSJR'flP ** 'f' p > ■ ' ■ ■' Y' ' ™" " ' The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 62 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. JANUARY 27, 1977 i J ' X Ifc \ . M \ - ~ ' .- ■•-' ~' -* ' .1 'itfH - >-• "V* * •• "1, ^ rJ! ' 3 *• : f 3 5 • < #. - * * A l~.' ♦' « « V.T +JP&* ••'. *'<•%• ... - t"' * *v/ * v . / *£*■'■ ... - .4 J • - Dog Gone Dog Trouble Photo by STEVE DENNIE Lisa Funston, Wichita Falls senior, discovers that when her dc& Oliver wants to go for a walk, he wants to go for a walk! New Dimesions Discussions Cover Careers Bv JOANNA BOSTWICK and SHERI WORTHY Daily Reporters A panel discussion concerning women's careers and an overview of career and life planning were two highlights of Wednesday's New Dimen- sion activities in the University Union. New Dimensions, sponsored by the NT Services for Women and Returning Students, ends its third day of discus- sions, lectures and entertainment today. The three-day seminar was developed to focus attent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

. JmmSL—.— v PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, January 27, 197.7 An Editorial NT Needs No Political Bosses And so the Student Association (SA) has an- nounced its intentions to enter the arena of municipal politics by indirectly supporting a slate of up to three campus candidates in the April 2 City Council elections. Four of the five council places are open this year, and SA President Raoul Smyth is at work formulating plans for a cam- paign group to organize support for candidates it believes are worthy of public office. Smyth's plans seem to be well-intentioned. He hopes to duplicate the success of the practically SGA-created wet forces by rounding up a bloc of 4,000 or so student voters to cast ballots in all of the races, for this ad hoc group's boy—or girl. He has figured out what these candidates should do if they are elected: improve housing conditions of the many low-income renters in Denton by supporting ordinances that would force landlords to keep their houses in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

Thursday, January 27, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 o e >s n rs ts a 11 ri- gs i of I t "U > 8 $ NT Grads Compose Soul Of Texas' Hottest Band' Look Into the Future Photo by CINDY SPURQEON Broadway actress Carmen Mathews discusses the future with Tom Hughes, manager of the State Fair Music Hail, during rehearsal for the Gaylord- Hughes Drama Scholarship Benefit. vBlithe Spirit' Opens Tonight To Benefit Drama Scholarships Noel Coward's comedy, "Blithe Spirit," featured presentation of this year's Gaylord-Hughes Drama Scholarship Benefit, will be presented today, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in the University Theatre. "Blithe Spirit" is the story of a man who has remarried and is revisited by his first wife's spirit. Most of the actors and actresses in the production are professionals. Martha Gaylord, former first lady of the Margot Jones Theatre in Dallas, and Tom Hughes, manager of the State Fair Music Hall, will perform for the fourth year in this benefit. Carmen Mathew...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

ammm PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY E . u £l * o 5 r o °*n ^ S J o |IJ:' > U J i l5B5-I *7 ex oc < "■ "° U Q • co Z 0 g W c U I O o r; "9 f ^ It * a. i < 3 & -I O < o o x "■* • m | « « " ? rl ja - s < p u o 00 • I ™ s S 00 X I j- S- o = ^ O) > o to DI/COUflT center Thursday, January 27. 1977 IRUNGTON LOCATION Thu V°v^ Those crazy Kustom Kids have done it again by opening up a brand new store in Denton. With over 30 stores they are now Sellebrating by selling national brand stereo equipment at some really dynamite prices. Remember — Shop Custom Hi Fi Before You Buy! H ' ♦ ' 1 i Thursday—10-10 Friday SUPER STEREO SYSTEMS ERC STEREO SYSTEM Si: ERC 1405 •STEREO RECEIVER •TUNE METER BSR 2260X •AUTO CHANGER AMPEX 801 •2 WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM •8" WOOFER *199 SANSUI STEREO SYSTEM r=yg SANSUI 221 •STEREO RECEIVE* •TUNE METER ECI 1275R BSR 2260X •RECORD CHANC-ER •COMPLETE •3 WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM •12" WOOFER *299 SANSUI STEREO SYSTEM • «< £ •} — SANSUI 331 •STEREO RECEIVER •T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

Thursday, January 27, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 612 W. PARK ROW AT COOPER 261-1231 CU/lOm hi-fi 10-10 No. 6 DENTON 1632 W. UNIVERSITY AT MALONE Saturday 10-6 SUPER STEREO SYSTEMS PIONEER STEREO SYSTEM •> PIONEER SX636 jj' -am-fm stereo receiver 'TAPE MONITOR STEM ECI PHASF II • 3 wat tower •2-8" woofers •bass ported p,E. 3046 •foUtTIPLAY CHANGER •COMPLETE SHURE M91ED •bass ported $519 MARANTZ STEREO SYSTEM MARANTZ 2230 •STEREO RECEIVER •HI-LO FILTERS ECI PHASE II •3 way tower • 2-8" woofers ■j *bass porter P.E. 3044 •RECORD CHANGER •COMPLETE $549 SANSUI STEREO SYSTEM its • '5 SANSUI 9090 •PROFESSIONAL RECEIVER •DUAL METERS y PIONEER PL-55X •DIRECT DRIVE TURNTABLE •COMPLETE SHURE CV-9E •AUTO SHUT-OFF ECI 1556 •6 WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM • 15" WOOFER *999 MARANTZ STEREO SYSTEM «J eV m , « , 11 MARANTZ 2250 •AM-FM STEREO RECEIVER •FM DOLBY * " . ECI TREND 100 •studio monitor • 12" woofer / ■< BIC-980 •MUITIPLAY TURNTABLE •COMPLETE SHURE M91ED $1049 TAPE DECK CASSETTE DECK REE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

A ' V , PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, January 27, 1977 Program May Strengthen Circulation of Newspapers HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP)—A major program to build newspaper circulation was unveiled today by an industry of- ficial who called for the restoration of "the public's traditional feeling that reading the newspaper every day is an essential part of civilized existence." Otto A. Silha, president of the Min- neapolis Star and Tribune Co. and chairman of the Newspaper Advertising Bureau, outlined the three-year project during a keynote address to the winter sales conference of the International Newspaper Advertising Executives (INAE). HE SAID the Newspaper Readership Project's major goal would be to in- Uncle Sam Employs Retirees of Military Photo by CHARLIE COLE Rest Stop A student, taking a break from a long morning in classes, relaxes in the 1 O'Clock Lounge by reading The North Texas Daily. The lounge, named after the 1 O'Clock Lab Band, is often the site of informal concerts...

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