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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1971

V i - • V I [ I1 v ' I £ VII Wednesday, February 3,1971 47 Women Pledge During Formal Rush By JOYCEDANCY Daily Reporter Spring sorority rush took a different swing this year with only eight sororities partieipating in formal rush, which end- ed Jan. 22. At that time only 47 women had accepted bids. According to Mrs. Carol Chappell, assis- tant dean of students, some sororities felt that more women would sign-up for open rush because sign-up for formal rush end- ed before fall semester grades came out. ALTHOUGH DELTA Sigma Theta and Alpha Kappa Alpha sororities did not par- ticipate in formal rush, 11 women have accepted bids from the Delia's and six women have accepted bids from the Al- pha's. Open rush, which began Jan. 25, will extend until "Dead Week," or until indiv- idual sororities reach their quota of 65 members. Anyone interested in pledging may regis- ter in Mrs. Chappell's office. Require- ments are the same as formal rush: a cumu- lative 2.0 grade point average, 12 semes-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1971

I > . I PAGE*—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Offenses Shine In 'Mural Action By ALAN ROBERTSON Daily Reporter After one week of intramural basket- ball play, offense seems to be the irresis- tible force and defense the leaking dike. In every league, the teams are running and gunning down the court at better than a point a minute in the 40-minute games. THE HIGHEST scoring contest through last Thursday was the 88 points run up by the Claw against the SDX Mob Squad's 10 in an Independent League D contest. The Air Force ROTC was not far behind as the cadets steamed for 82 against the Anteaters in Independent League A. Behind all these high-scoring team ef- forts are the individual performances being turned in by various performers. Through Thursday, Eddie Lane of the Buzzards in Independent League B had the top average with 26.0 points per game. Lane scored his 26 against the Space Cow- boys No. I in his only game of the week. Ray Lewis, Faculty 1, had the highest point total, 31, against th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1971

The North Texas Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 66 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1971 Regents Delay Coliseum Construction Again • Construction on the new Coliseum was delayed again Wednesday alter members of the health, physical education and re- creation (HPER) department asked the Hoard of Regents to change the plans. I he much-delayed construction will probably not start in six to eight weeks as announced at the last board meeting. A.M. Willis, chairman of the board, said. "We're not going to start tomorrow or the day after. We're not going to start until we're sure of what we want. There will be no construction until the Building Com- mittee reports." e "= "We are going to build a facility," he- added. "We want to build the best facili- ty for the money and the best one for stu- dents." Plans for the Coliseum were returned to the regent's committee after protests were made about combining physical education facilities and the Coliseum, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1971

RAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 4.1971 ' The North Texas Daily M V«f North Tmm tun* UnHnraMy Damon. Tuai M ■ ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas Slate 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. Gi« Memorial Area Help Aids Humanitarianism It's been exactly live months since a tragic plane crash took the lives of 31 persons connected with the Wichita State football team, including 14 players. The crash destroyed Missouri Valley member Wichita State lor an entire football season. Contributions flowed in after the crash, amounting to $575, 000 as of Jan. 19. One unique fund raising idea was that of a Tulsa fraternity that sent its brothers up a flagpole, where they manned telephones requesting monetary pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1971

I V •> « '•>! ■j tj ' I - J 1 v ' I •# * , * ' t: >* t f * i .1 * ■\ f '•f Thursday, February 4,1971 Library Gets New Name, School Dean "A change in name means a change in status," Mrs. Elaine I.edlow of the library science faculty said. The department of library science has been renamed the School of Library and Information Sciences, the name used by most colleges and universities. "It actually means the same thing but with the term 'information sciences' add- ed, it includes those aspects of that dis- cipline which apply to librarianship," Mrs. I.edlow said. "Library science is now a school in itself," Mrs. Ledlow said. "It is a professional school instead of a department." The library school had previously been under the College of Arts and Sciences lor undergraduates and in library service for graduate students. On Dec. 4 the Coordinating Board of the Texas Colleges and Universities System gave approval for the name change. Dr. C.G. Sparks of the Department of Library S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1971

■ I. P2sB?l"rel - •' ,. -r- ^ iww® 5 « - ypJvf^w] :> %>{-?■'] • " "'^T' '" * *?v. '•'"!( '• •''I:'";''''vW(!;'^/V ' '-ir> ^'t • ■ ' • ' ■;;•?,y 'Ufc'. ; PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS OAILY Thursday. February 4,1971 Football Expense High for Eagles Irving Stadium Should Attract More Money By CURTIS KLEVIN Special Reporter College football involves big money though not always a profit. San Diego State demanded a $25,000 guarantee before agreeing to play North Texas in Denton this year. Bill Ermel, athletic business manager, explained that such a sum isn't unusual for a team as good as San Diego. Generally, the better a team is the more it will request, not only for the obvious reason of being a good drawing card, but also as a prestige factor in recruiting and soliciting alumni support. And, of course, an upset and the national recognition it would cause are other factors. Negotiations and scheduling are usually done at least two years in advance of the actual playing season. The co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1971

i V * ?: 4 b i <f i ' The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NO. 67 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1971 I t s t W * I 1 1 ' % ^llllllllllllll!llllllli!llllllll!lllll!lllll!llllllllllllll!lllll|llllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllll|lllllllll!l|lll|l|llllllll|ll!ll^ NEWS 1 CAPSULES Information Booth Controls Traffic, Assists Visitors The new $8,600 information booth, in operation in front of the Music Building, is designed to control inner-campus traf- fic and to aid visitors. It was completed over the Christmas holidays, and is being run by the campus police department. The territory closed off to all traffic, except visitors, is Chestnut from Avenue A to Avenue C, Avenue B and Chestnut to Mulberry and Sycamore from Avenue B to Avenue C. Special parking places are reserved for visitors. Physician Joins Staff Of University Hospital A new doctor has been hired by the Uni- versity Hospital bringing the staff back to its original number be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1971

i 1 PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. February 6,1971 Social Relationships Cause Stuttering Recent Research Induces To Make Attribution By BOB BLACKMON Daily Reporter Stuttering is an interpersonal problem in that a stutterer never stutters when alone — only when he is with other people. Dr. George Larson of the Speech and Hearing Clinic staff also says that slightly less than one per cent of the total popula- tion in the United States is affected, and the majority is in the upper middle to lower middle classes. Based on recent research, Dr. Larson at- tributes stuttering to environmental and social relationships. Stuttering is one of the problems being tackled by the clinic, operated by the speech and drama department. Dr. Larson be- lieves the project to be the first extensive adult stuttering program of its kind in the area. The North Texas Daily 64th YMr North Texas State University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1971

, ; ^ ?;f?5 ' ft w >1 Friday, February 5,1971 A Capella Choir Begins Concert Tour By PHYLLIS GODFREY Daily Reporter The 44-member A Capella Choir, direc- ted by Frank McKinley of the music facul- ty, began its 1971 concert tour Thursday in Bonham. As part of its concert program the choir is singing the American premiere of a work by the Romanian composer, Anatol Vieru, including a group of poems for unaccom- panied double chorus entitled "Nocturnal Scenes." The choir has been winning increasing acclaim of American critics and profes- sional musicians since its organization in 1938. FREQUENTLY JOINED by other voices to become the North Texas State Grand Chorus, the group has made 75 appearances with major symphonies. In the spring of 1964 the group made a tour of nine European nations for the State Depar- ment's Cultural Presentations Program. In 1967 the choir sang two concerts with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra with the renowned Antal Dorati as guest conductor. In November 1970,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1971

'tK PAQi4—THE NORTH TSXAS DAILY Friday. February 5.1971 IP 908 Students Make Fall Honor Roll Evidentally, studying is becoming conta- gious. The honor roll for last Tall increased by 137 students compared with the fall semes- ter of I969. One hundred and sixty-three students made 4.0 averages and 745 were listed as having 3.5 GPA's or higher last semester. Those having 4.0 averages are: ALEXANDER-DARLEY Anne Maeye Alexander, Andrea Luci Andresen, Leatrice Joy Andrews, Judy Carol Baggett, Gordon Douglas Baker, Trudv Jean Bangs, Elaine Bardas, Sharon Kay Bassham, John Wayne Bennett, Jac- queline Benning, Linda Ann Black, Patsy Blankenship, William Bonds, Carole Jean BorulT, Doran Bradberry, Debby Jane Branaman, Nancy Brooks, Ernest Bruyere, Eugenia Hope Burson, Dennis Charles Bush, Joyce Fay Buttrill, Mary Claude Cantrell, Martin Caperton, Nancy Jane Capps, Gerald Ray Carney, David Caswell, Betty Ann Caton, Crawford Catterton, Mary Alice Connors, Carl Contrata, Judy Keaton Coulter, Le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1971

^If The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 68 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1971 > m< II V ■ ' '•) r 6 1 V- lr & i k * r Apollo Back Today! SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP) Apollo 14 astronauts packed away their moon treasure Monday and tidied up the spacecraft with a vacuum cleaner as they prepared for splashdown in the South Pa- cific Tuesday. Alan B. Shepard Jr., Edgar D. Mitchell and Stuart A. Roosa worked much of the day stowing the 108 pounds of rock gathered during their lunar adventure and '.rimming their command ship. NEWSMEN SUBMITTED questions to Mission Control for relay to the astronauts for a televised news conference Monday night. The astronauts also tied down an 80- pound docking mechanism they are return- ing for engineering analysis. The appara- tus failed five times shortly after launch Jan. 31 and experts on the ground are anx- ious to find out why. Following instructions from Mission Control, the space...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1971

pps? 5S?" ■ V'" PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEX A 8 DAILY WfW Tuesday, February 9,1971 Museum To Evaluate Historical Collection Antique Shop— The North Texas Historical Museum looks like what a museum should not— an antique shop—minus the price tags. A collection of music boxes, left, dating back to the turn of the century is among the museum's antique col- lections One music box on display plays from a metal disc such favorites as Good-bye Cigarettes Steinfeld Seeks Ban on Smoking Cigarette commercials laded from our television screens last month. Now the tobacco industry is under attack again by the U.S. Public Health Service. U.S. Surgeon General Jesse L. Steinfeld called for another drastic antismoking measure a ban on smoking in confined public places. Can it be that tomorrow's children will try to hide the embarrassing fact that their grandparents smoke cigarettes much the same way as we try to keep grandma's snuff-dipping habits a secret today? According to Steinfeld, tommorrow's childr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1971

Tuesday. February 9,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 9 |i f " < 1 £ Awards Fete To Feature Lab Band The I O'Clock Lab Bund will play a ma- jor role in the Abe Lincoln Awards program Friday night at the Tarrant County Con- vention Center in Fort Worth. In addition to backing the Centurymen, the Texas Boy's Choir and Burl Ives, the Lab Band will perform "Noisy Silence Gentle Noise." The awards, sponsored by the Radio and Television Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, honors broadcasters for outstanding contributions, through their personal lives and the broadcast media, to the moral and spiritual life of their local communities and the nation. The program begins with "The Patriot's Dream," featuring the Centurymen, the Texas Boy's Choir and the Lab Band, fol- lowed by the introduction of the award re- cipients and special guests. The Centurymen and the Lab Band will follow, performing "Verses from Isaiah." Burl Ives, actor, balladeer and enter- tainer, will then perform w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1971

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1971

64TH YEAR NO. 69 Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1971 California Quake Takes Toll: 24 Dead, 54 Missing 1 I ( \ f ! V r> t if * r v i i * i 5 it LOS ANGELES (AP) A powerful earthquake staggered Southern California Tuesday, leaving at least 24 dead and forc- ing the start of evacuation of as many as 250,000 people because of a leaking dam. Nearly five hundred people were treated for injuries at various hospitals in and around Los Angeles. Seven of the fatali- ties were caused by heart attacks. Property damage was extensive as walls collapsed, streets buckled and caved in and windows were shattered in the heavily popu- lated areas around Los Angeles, the nation's third largest city. IN WASHINGTON, President Nixon issued a formal declaration of a major dis- aster, opening the way for help for the stricken area from more than a dozen gov- ernment agencies. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew will go to the area Wednesd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1971

-THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily Mth Year North Tun >tatt Unlvartlty 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. Nixon Ignoring Law? Army Hides Men, Embargoes News In the last several weeks in Indochina, the United States has appeared to be engaging in a sharp escalation of the air war. But it was hard to really tell what was going on there because no one would say exactly what the position of the United States was. For several months, U.S. fighter-bombers have been Hying missions in support of Laotian troops fighting the Communists, and bombings of the Ho Chi Minh Trail in the Laotian panhandle have never been heavier. Recently, thousands of South...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1971

{ Wednesday, February 10.1971 Arts Series To Present Ivan Davis Ivan Davis, the pianist who has been hailed as a "reincarnation of an old time super-virtuoso," will present a recital Mon- day at S p.m. in the Main Auditorium as pari of the I ine Arts Series. Davis, who was first attracted to the pi- ano at age 12. was awarded a scholarship for advanced stud> at North Texas under Dr. Silvio Seionli. lie was awarded the Fulbright Scholar- ship and studied with Carlo Zecehi at Rome's Santa Cecilia Academy, lie is one of the few pianists to be coached In the legendary Vladimir Horowitz in New York. During the l%')-7() season Davis played 12 orchestral dales with such orchestras as the London Philharmonic, the Royal Phil- harmonic, Amsterdam's C'oncertgebouw, the Halle Orchestra and the orchestras of Dublin and I dinburgh. Also during that season, he played nine different concertos anil was named the Hrilish Broadcasting Corporation's "Artist of the Year." Critics have praised his tec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1971

b ;iV : V: '•> W ' i- 4' ■ vt: PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY m tj-' ." ":■ r /y ■ ji,. , ^ , >•'-<1 '*• '■•■''' •• f ■'%. '*> ■■ • ' •'••*•' ■'■*' ;::f V« v < .'V ', : , •' '• • 1 • , • • "'■■■■ v f'.V 9 | jB if 8 Harlem Ace Bob (Showboat) Hall of the Harlem Globetrotters is one of the main stars of the internationally-known comic team. The Globetrotters will appear in Denton on Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Men's Gym. Admission prices for the game are $4, $3.50. and $1 Satchel Nixes Criticism of Hall of Fame Placing NEW YORK (AP) Satchel Paige, the ageless pitching marvel whose exploits have made him part of' American hasebull folklore, doggedly maintained Tuesday "l don't feel segregated" after his election to the Hall of Fame in a special category honoring Negro League stars. "I heard they hud a place for me," Paige said slowly and distinctly "Every year I played, l said that was my best \ear. I know this is mv best year." University Chapel Now Open Sunday Morning Bible S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1971

i « ' ♦ 1 A < A, 64TH YEAR NO. 70 J J The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1971 Noah To Retire July 31 V Moon Eclipse These pictures of the moon were taken Wednesday morning im mediately after its full eclipse, which lasted about an hour They were taken at intervals be tween 2 38 and 415 a m., from top to bottom. — Photos by Don Barnes Winton E. (Pop) Noah announced his retirement effective July 31 Wednes- day. His long career began in Dallas at Adam- son High School, originally known as Oak Cliff High School, where he spent 20 years, and will end at North Texas, where he has been track coach for the last 25 years. Noah, who will be 69 in July, said, "I don't feel old enough to retire, but I guess I am. "Actually, I could have gone another year, but I didn't like the idea of having to retire (mandatory at 70)," Noah said. "This way it's my choice to quit coaching and teaching at the end of this school ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1971

KAQI2—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY Thursday, February 11,1971 1 The North Texas Daily Mth VMT North Twkm Stat* University Danton. Taxas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Moog Modernizes Music Scene Electronic Era Brings on Acoustical Revolt TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial a. aten.ents 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. Constitution Reeks Time for Revision Of State Charter A recent survey by the Citizens Conference on State Legislatures ranked state legislature on the degree to which they are functional, accountable, informed, independent and representative. Texas ranked 38th. On the separate criteria, Texas ranked high (17th) in representatives but low in the other categories. The report lauded several improvements in Texas but aimed several cri- tic...

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