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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

Thursday. January 27, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 7 1 ■J Sun To Power Arcosanti Exhibit Shows Model City COM r ARCOSANTI MODEL Photo by TERRY WOOTEN By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter A traveling exhibit featuring concepts of solar energy and its application in creating a new city in northern Arizona is on display in Denton through Friday. Arcosanti is the name of the 860-acre site 70 miles north of Phoenix where the Cosanti Foundation is applying princi- ples of solar energy, Willis Myles said. THE CITY Arconsati, is a prototype and testing ground for Paolo Soleri's concept of "arcology," the combination of architecture and ecology. Soleri, an Italian native, is an architect and founder of the nonprofit Cosanti Foun- dation which is building the solar energy city. Construction of the solar energy site began in 1970 and is 3 per cent complete. A 45- minute slide show on the exhibit was presented Wednesday. The city will not rely totally on solar energy. Only space heating and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1977

PAGE 8 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, January 27, 1977 I ■, & 4 Eagles Host Mavs Tonight; Ready for Snakebit UTA By BOBBY REHM Sports Editor The Mavericks from UT-A'rlington will be welcomed to the Super Pit tonight at 7:30 for a rematch of NT's 105-101 overtime win at Texas Hall in Arlington, Jan, 13. The Mavs will bring a 1-13 record to the Pit, with their only win being a 87-85 decision over Houston Baptist Univer- sity. "UTA is snakebit right now from losing," assistant coach Jimmy Gales said Wednesday. "They've got to come out of it, so they will be looking for a win in anyway they can get it. They real- ly have a decent team." Arlington has a 44.5 per cent average from the field, compared to their oppo- nents' 47.0 per cent average. From the line the Mavs have chalked up an in- credible 72.9 per cent average, overshadowing their opponents 57.6 average. HOWEVER, THE Mavs have the bad habit of coming very close to winning. Track Coach Invites Women To Try Out Anyone inter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1977

Regents Terminate Contract With Firm The Board of Regents Thursday authorized President C.C. Nolen to terminate the university's contract with Encon, a Dallas-based engineering firm that was hired to design a computer-oriented utility system. The decision was made in an executive session of the Regents Thursday morning, conducted by telephone. The contract was dissolved because the products delivered to date were unsatisfactory, and the university believes it can find a firm to design the system more economically, said Dr. Marvin Berkely, vice- president of administrative affairs. The program was a comprehensive project that involved a totally effective union of utilities, monitored by a computer base in a cost ef- ficient way, said Dr. Berkeley. The project would have combined the water supply, electric power, sewer, natural gas, telephone and fire detection and alarm systems on campus. The utilities are presently located at various spots on campus. The project would be run by a da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1977

, * - : i t PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY / Friday, January 28, 197T mM MfiDEfT V / W m ~) Nature Deals Motorcyclists Cruel, Unusual Punishment An Editorial Hope$ Hinge on Expense The Athletic Council's decision to get North Texas' ball rolling towards admittance into the Southwest Conference (SWC) was staged well. Four years have passed since the Board of Regents handed the council the task of improving the NT athletic department. In that time, NT has pulled out of the Missouri Valley conference (MVC) and upgraded both the men's and women's programs. Clearly, NT athletics have taken a turn for the better. In the eyes of many supporters of NT athletics, nothing could be better than to become part of the prestigious conference. Coming just three days before the Mean Green's basketball game with SMU in the Super Pit, the announcement was especially timely. After media and public attention was captured by the announcement, the game provided the oppor- tunity to prove that NT could compe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1977

Friday, January 28, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 rl |c us Jy lis t| re h lid pr, in in. Jni- ong the GX- lers, ned. d $2 rfllcct >;ul>. 2406 riMES Lyceum Fashion Show Spotlights Women's Garments Since 1860s By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter Fashions paralleling the changing role of American women were shown Thurs- day in The Lyceum as part of the three- day seminar, New Dimensions. Betty Marzan of the art faculty nar- rated the fashion show, which featured garments from I860 to the present. Stu- dents modeled the fashions. Noting that women have changed physically as well as psychologically, Ms. Marzan said she was unable to show garments from the 18th Century because she knows no models who are 4- feet-ll and have 12-inch waists. The opening ensemble in the show was an I860 ankle-length white cotton gauze dress with an empire waist. It was modeled by Jare Wilson. Ms. Marzan said American women in Rising Star Photo By CHARLIE COLE Guitarist Diana Branum auditions to e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1977

I ' PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, January 28. 1977 A Single Mothers Discuss Benefits of 'Togetherness' Mother Knows Best Photo by CINDY SPURGEON Sandy Hayes, Denton senior, comforts her son Gregory, who is sick with the flu; daughter Tamara looks at a picture book as she sits in her favorite chair—her mother's lap. Ms. Hayes shares a house with Charlotte Gelineau, Denton graduate student, and her daughter Jeannie. The two single parents have found that sharing a house is both financially and emotionally helpful. Dr. Lyle Takes New Post Regents Approve Department Head Bv SHARON HURST Daily Reporter Dr. Robert b. Lyle Jr. is the new chairman of the chemistry department. He was approved by the Board of Regents during its October meeting but did not take office until this semester. Dr. Lyle replaces Dr. William T. Brady who had been acting chairman since Dr. Charles G. Skinner resigned in August. Dr. Skinner was chairman of the department for six years before becoming assistant ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1977

Friday, January 28, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 I Whew! Eagles Limp Past Mavs The Mean Green displayed an abun- dance of sloppy ball handling, cold shooting and poor defense Thursday night in the Super Pit but managtJ to beat UT-Arlington, 91-84. Despite outrebounding the Movin' Mavs by 60-36, North Texas was unable to control the scoreboard with any such authority. GUARD JESSE Kemp and forward Darnell Johnson opened the game for UTA with a shooting spree against NT's lifeless zone and ran the score to 22-8 before Coach Bill Blakeley changed the Mean Green's defensive strategy. NT switched into a man-to-man defense and slowed the Mav's scoring, then substitute forward Waymond Lister caught fire for NT. Lister poured in ten points in a four-minute span and NT narrowed the gap to 24-23. Lister led NT scorers with 21 points. UTA held onto its lead until Weasel Johnson hit a 15-footer to put NT ahead for the first time at 39-37, three minutes before half. NT JUMF'EI) ahead to st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1977

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ' y':[' 1 • Friday, January 28. 1977 Denton Location: 1632 W. University at Malone Ph. 382-1022 (Metroline 434-1009) m GRAND OPENING Those crazy Kustom Kids have done it again by opening up a brand new store in Denton. With over 30 stores they are now Sel- lebrating by selling national brand stereo equipment at some real- ly dynamite prices. Remember — Shop Custom Hi Fi Before You Buy! Friday -10-10 FOLLOW THE SPOTLIGHTS ft No. 6 DENTON 1632 W. UNIVERSITY AT MALONE Saturday -10-6 SUPER STEREO SYSTEMS ERC STEREO SYSTEM *n ERC 1405 •stereo receiver •tune meter BSR 2260X •auto changer •complete AMPEX 801 •2 way speaker system •8 woofer $199 SANSUI STEREO SYSTEM • -i — 'i. 'R®' I [• • -f=: SANSUI 331 •stereo receiver •tape monitor i ~y- BSR 2260X • auto changer •complete ECI 1253V •3 way speaker system • i j" woofer $329 MARANTZ STEREO SYSTEM ^—* ITir^l - MARANTZ 2230 •stereo receiver • hi-lo filters c ECI PHASE II •3 way tower •2-8' woofers bass porter 6 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 64 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1977 N & tf Speaker Labels Death Penalty Anachronistic Dancing Up Mean Green Spirits Photo by CHARLIE COLE Christy Yostin, 2, of Muenster, helps the Mean Green cheerleaders provide the crowd with half- time entertainment during the NT-Portland State game in the Super Pit. Cheerleaders went into the stands to select volunteers to dance on the court during half-time. The enthusiastic dancing did not help the NT cause however, as Portland edged NT 91-90. (See story, Page Six) By JAMES TERENCE BRENNAN Daily Reporter Henry Schwarzschild, coor- dinator of the National Coalition Against the Death Penalty (N- CADP), denounced capital punish- ment Monday as "brutal, appalling and anachronistic." Speaking to students and faculty in Wooten Hall 119, Schwarzschild philosophized about the Constitu- tion and role of society and state in determining death sentences. "In a civilized society t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1977

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial SA Shows Support for Spring Concert With the allocation of $4,000 for a proposed rock concert, the Student Association (SA) has taken a positive step in filling an entertainment void at NT. The SA, through this action, has rightfully acknowledged the efforts of SA Internal Affairs Committee Chairman Sean Cassidy and the special subcommittee of Stephen Fogg, Mark Shear, Darrell Goolsbee and Cassidy. The $4,000 should show promoters that NT is serious about bringing concerts to campus. The money would probably not be used if the concert is booked through a promotion agency, Cassidy said. If the concert is sponsored by a radio station, the money would be used for initial expenses and would later be reimbursed to the SA. Since November, the subcommittee has been laying the groundwork to present a comprehensive package and positive approach to promoters. Re- jecting an earlier plan of staging an outdoor con- cert at Fouts Field, Cassidy thinks ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1977

r Tuesday, February 1, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 V l( \ 17 I. Crafts Center To Expand Number of Courses to 21 Walt Whitman This bronze bust of Walt Whitman by A. Bianchini is part of the "Nineteenth Cen- tury Literature" exhibit on display at The Museum. The exhibit was assembled by the UT-Austin Humanities Research Center. Photo by TERRY WOOTEN^ The Arts and Crafts Center in the University Union is expanding its number of handicraft courses from four to 21. The curriculum at the center will in- clude courses in stained glass, bookbinding, layout and lettering, to ceramics, crochet and macrame, ac- cording to Rick Aaboe, manager. "Stained glass will probably be one of the most popular courses we offer, along with ceramics," Aaboe said Thursday. The stained glass course, which will be taught by Spectrum-Young Co., will deal with the traditional stained glass method, Aaboe said. "THK WINDOWS will be joined together with copper foil and channel lead," he said. Aaboe said that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1977

1NH| I PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Librarian Conducts Program By MARSHA TUCKER Daily Reporter Freshman English students are being taught about the Library's resources and how to find what they need, according to Dr. Charles Perry, assistant humanities librarian. Upon the instructor's request, stu- dents attend bibliographic instruction sessions, Dr. Perry said. The program is conducted by Dr. Per- ry, one of the newest members of the Library staff. Before moving to NT in October, he received a Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of Oregon and has taught Spanish for five years. He has a master's degree in library science from the University of Michigan. "I took the position at North Texas because it is a job that appeals to me," Dr. Perry said. "It deals with public ser- vice as well as library materials. I feel my work is a continuation of the teaching profession." Besides his work with freshman English classes. Dr. Perry works with the humanities faculty and students. He prepar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1977

Tuesday, February 1, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 \ r J 9 v i 1 r&fy,: Hunger Remains Problem Despite Record Harvests Pluckin' on the Roof Photo by GARY CARTER Bill Robinson, Houston freshman, finds peace and solitude in high places when plucking his guitar. The bright, sunny days of last week in- spired Robinson to climb atop the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity house and concentrate on his songwriting. Obviously, Robinson attracts the at- tention of passers-by. He is secretary of the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity. By KATHY GODBY Daily Reporter Although the world food situation has improved, hunger in the world remains a serious problem. Dale Branum, campus minister and chairman of the Denton World Hunger Committee (DWHC) said Wednesday. In the committee's first meeting this year, Branum told of record harvests around the world. "We've had record grain crops in the United States, Russia, Argentina and India. In fact, the carry- over in wheat last year in the United States was one...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1977

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 1, 1977 Loss Ends Super Pit Win Streak As Eagles Fall to Portland State By BOBBY REHM Sports Editor Portland State's Vikings knocked the Mean Green of its tightrope of 19 Super Pit wins Saturday, toppling NT 91-90. The ending of the game would surpise someone who saw only the opening minutes. In the first minute of play the Eagles ripped off seven points before the Vikings could score. Even after their first score the Vikings couldn't get their NT Muzzles Dogs By BOBBY REHM Sports Editor NT walked away from the Super Pit last night a little bored but nevertheless with a victory against the Samford Bull- dogs, 90-72. The first half started slow and the pace was maintained throughout the period. Fouls and turnovers ran ram- pant as the teams together committed 20 fouls and the same number of turnovers in the first half. "I've seen us play good basketball; 1 don't know what the problem is," head coach Bill Blakeley said after the game. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1977

1Shadow' of Doubt Rests in Aggieland COLLEGE STATION (AP)—Wildlife authorities at Texas A&M say predictions of wintry severity based on whether a certain rodent sees his shadow are a bunch of, ahem, groundhogwash. Legend says the groundhog awakens from hibernation each Feb. 2, gropes his way to the surface and looks for his shadow. If he sees it, it's supposed to mean six more weeks of winter, and the groundhog resumes his napping. If there is no shadow, an early spring is in forecast. Bunk, say the scientists. Drs. David Schmidly and William Davis say there is no factual basis for the legend, and they even offer other reasons for the rodent's decision. Schmidly says the groundhog starts looking for food when he wakes up, and if ice and snow prevent his access to the eats, he'll go back to sleep whether it's sunny or cloudy. Davis says the legend exists only because people want to believe it. Harshest debunking of all comes from author Roger Caras, who says the groundhog is simp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1977

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. February 2. 1977 A New IRS Form May Tax Public Patience If You Thought Last Year's 1040 Was Complicated, Try This Year's WASHINGTON (AP)—If you thought it was tough filling out your income tax form last year, wait until you see the new 1040. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released copies of the new tax form with a message from IRS Commissioner Donald C. Alexander that "completing your return this year could be more difficult." THE NEW 1040 has about half a dozen dif- ferences from the 1975 form with the major change requiring all taxpayers to turn to mathematical skills to compute taxable income. This one change alone has IRS preparing to look for more arithmetic mistakes by taxpayers than last year, according to an IRS spokesman. There were a number of changes also in the short form, I040A. In the past, many taxpayers using form 1040 had only to total up all of their income to arrive at an adjusted gross income figure and then refer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1977

Wednesday, February 2, 1977 1 r > * I Horry Continues To Play Dirty 'Enforcer' Lays Waste to the Bad Guys By NANCY C OCHRAN Amusements Kdilor Dirty Harry, a violent but efficient San Francisco cop made famous in the movies "Dirty Harry" and "Magnum Force," goes into action again in the latest of the series, "The Enforcer." Clint Eastwood stars as an honest but unorthodox detective on a conventional force, who often has to work against the Old Students Meet Today To Organize Barbara Jun^johan, assistant dean of students, will speak today at the organizational meeting of Students Older Than Average (SOTA), according to June Casey, director of Services for Women and Returning Students. The meeting will be held at 3 p.m. in the Services for Women and Returning Students' Office in the Student Services Suite on the third floor of the University Union. Mrs. Jungjohan will tell the group about various services available that it might not know exist, Lillian Washington, assistant director...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1977

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Companies Seek Business Majors Job interviews for seniors, graduate students and alumni will be held through Feb. 10 in the Career Planning and Placement Office, University Union 320, by representatives from business, in- dustry and government according to John Brooks, director. Those interested must sign company schedules in the Career Planning and Placement Office before the interview. Schedules are available for interviews to be held next week. The interview schedule is: MONDAY The Fort Worth National Bank and Texas American Bancshares Inc. will in- Draft Resisters Protest Carter's Amnesty Order TORONTO (AP)—More than 300 U.S. draft resisters and deserters from as far away as Sweden and France met in Toronto and denounced President Carter's amnesty program. Steve Grossman, an organizer of the conference, said some of the war resisters are traveling to Washington for a 10-day vigil and fast to dramatize their opposition to the Carter plan. The plan o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1977

Wednesday, February 2, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 V' I i 7 / ■i f Cooperative Seeks Ideas For Classes f ree University of Denton is ac- cepting course proposals through Keb. 9 for its spring catalog, Jeannie Kotowski, I ree University director, said Monday. A course leaders' meeting will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. l) at the United Ministry Center (UMC), 1501 Maple. Registra- tion is scheduled for Feb. 18-25 with classes beginning Feb. 26, Ms. Kotowski said. Course proposal forms are available at the UMC or from posters around campus, she said. Free University is a nonprofit learning cooperative, sponsored by the United Ministry in Higher Fducation. "Courses we've had requests for in- clude bread-making, bicycle repair, and Tai Chi Chuan, a Chinese system of ex- ercises." Dale Hra,;um, campus minister, said. "We're very pleased that several of our fall groups have continued meeting, and we want to invite new par- ticipants to join them," he said. There are three of these courses...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1977

;!'*RVV I '• ■-•" ■ mz PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Hope for Top 20 Melts With Loss Wednesday, February 2, 1977 By DAVID BOARD Sports Editor Any chances North Texas may have had of breaking into the wire services' polls of top 20 college basketball teams may have vanished like the melting snow after Saturday's upset by Portland State. The defeat also dealt a severe blow to hopes of post-season tournament play for the Mean Green. With 10 games remaining, NT cannot afford further losses or else the team's post-season tournament activity may be limited to ing with an 18.3 average. Close behind are Melvin Davis (16.7) and Weasel Johnson (14.5). Ken Williams holds the edge in rebounding for the Eagles with an average of 11.5 caroms per game. With Kaspar starting, the team has three players on the bench who have scored more than 100 points this season: Norvell Miles (146), Waymond Lister (126) and Charles McMillian (117). Those three and Williams were team- mates at Dallas' South Oak Cl...

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