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

Nash Condemns Denton Utility Rates By DARRELL GOOLSBEE, Daily Reporter Southridge residents met Tuesday with the Denton City Council to dis- cuss city utility rates which councilman Bill Nash called "the highest rates in the United States, if not the world." "The lady who lives next door to me spent a day crying because she couldn't afford to pay her electric bill," Nash said. George Kreiger, project manager for Xerox Corporation, told the coun- cil that his electric bill, $329 for 8,400 kilowatt hours in for the month of January, would have been $238 in Garland, despite that city's higher fuel adjustment rate. Councilman Joe Mitchell, NT personnel director, said Wednesday that the high rates were the result of Lone Star Gas efforts to secure a new con- tract with the city and the unpredictability of gas supplies because of the re- cent "energy crunch." The city entered into a standard, long-term contract with Lone Star Gas in 1964. "It's a good contract with a low base rate, and it...

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

PAGE 2 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Meter Change Fits Parking The university police department has made a move to benefit students. Most of the parking on the lot at the intersec- tion of Welch Street and W. Prairie Street (Lot B) and at the intersection of Avenue A and Chestnut (Lot A) have been changed to allow two hours of parking time. Seven meters on Lot A were ad- justed to take a dime for 15 minutes of parking time. All meters previously permitted only 30 minutes of time for a quarter. Students still have the option of parking for 30 minutes, but the fee has dropped from 25 cents to five cents. They may also elect to receive an hour of parking time for a dime or two hours of time for 20 cents. The meters will accept quarters, giv- ing two-hours of time, but will not refund the ex tra nickle. The seven 15-minute spaces on Lot A are to insure the availability of short-term parking space. The lots were constructed for the benefit of University Union visitors who generally...

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

Thursday. February 3, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGfc 3 I f) 1 i >1 1 1 %nmm Kinney To Give German Recital Graduate Student Will Sing in Dallas Batik and Macrame Pholo« by CHARLIE COLE Bill Baun, Baton Rouge, La. graduate student, works on a macrame hanger and Branda Smith, San Angelo junior, does batik Wednesday at the crafts fair held in the University Union Courtyard. Another exhibition will take place Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. featuring different crafts such as silk-screen. M. Pamela Kinney, Baltimore, Md., graduate student, will give a voice recital of German songs at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts in the Fair Park Sunday at 2 p.m. Ms. Kinney, a mezzo-soprano, is a student of former Metropolitan Opera singer Eugene Conley. She will be ac- companied by Rodney J. Menn, Franklin senior. The program will begin with four Schubert pieces: "Der Tod und das Madchen," "Der Schmetterling," "Sehnsucht" and "Fruhlingsglaube." These will be followed by four Brahms numbers: "Standc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1977

• "" mm ■aw;** ■ •' •' WW PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Thursday, February 3, 1977 11 ; | ' 8 Kjj I r i I If $ Convention To Consider TACT Membership Rules Hot Stuff Photo by CHUCK HALEY JoAnn Reeves, Dallas junior, Is the only female In her general welding class, but her peers don't mind the 'sparks' she Is creating. The industrial arts major is welding with oxygen and acetylene. TV Brutality Shocks Estes DALLAS (AP)—"Last Saturday night," said Dallas educator Nolan Estes, "there were five murders, two rapes and seven muggings committed in my next-door neighbor's living room." Shocking? NOT PARTICULARLY, perhaps, because all occurred on TV. "What's really shocking is the same thing was happening in homes throughout the country," Dr. Fstes, general superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District, said. Appearing before a National Congress of Parents and Teachers hear- ing on TV violence, Estes continued: "NO ONE called the police. In fact, very few saw anything unusual abo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1977

Thursday, February 3. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 V # 4 | 4 t f t I 1/ 4 J* t ■ ■: HOT SAHPWfCMS 3 EH tV 4.- tops S S - • . • ^ . ••• *wW*si\l Russian Gas Could Ease American Fuel Shortages ■Aft** & y.~ ■ The Last Goodbye Photo by BOBBY REHM Construction is under way to level some Mug and Pitcher, Mean Green Grocery and the memorable buildings on the corner of Highland Campus Coin-Op Wash will soon meet their fate Street and Avenue C. The once popular hangouts to digging crews and bulldozers to become a of last semester and years before, namely the much needed asset—a parking lot. School Systems To Meet With Teacher Applicants Job interviews for seniors, graduate students and alumni interested in teaching careers will be held Feb. 14, 16, 17 and 18 in the Career Planning and Placement Office, University Union 320. Representatives of several school dis- tricts will be interviewing. Those interested in being interviewed must register with the Placement Office and sign the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1977

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT Travels To Houston Houston Baptist University (HBU) hosts the Mean Green cagers tonight at 7:30, providing a road game in the midst of six Super Pit games. The Eagles will take a 14-3 record, including a recent win over Samford, into the first contest between the teams. The Huskies (5-14) will be playing their first game after a week's rest, which is quite a contrast to the Eagles' three games in the past five days. The game tonight will be the only "home" game for HBU at Delmar Fieldhouse, the public school facility. Vernon Freeman is the Huskies' leading scorer with an average of 17.3, followed by Thomas Norwood with an average of 15.3. These two have led the Huskies to wins over UT-Arlington, Southwestern Louisiana, Robert Norris and Hardin-Simmons. In another win over Sam Houston in Huntsville, Norwood was held to scoring seven points after injuring his hand on a dunk shot. After tonights' game, NT will have nine games remaining for the season, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1977

Thursday. February 3, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 7 y i r 1 1 1 Tennis Team Faces xTough' Test By PHIL ROGERS Daily Reporter Coach Casey Moore's tennis team will be looking for a win over tough competition as it begins play today in the Lamar Intercollegiate Tourna- ment in Beaumont. The five-team tournament, first ac- tion of the spring Tor the squad, will feature four new faces for the Mean Green. North Texas will play the host team, Lamar University, in today's opening round of the round-robin tournament. Friday NT will face McNeese State University of Lake Charles, La., and Rice University will finish against Texas A&M Satur- day. Lamar returns all of its players from last year's squad and is looked upon as a tournament favorite, along with Texas A&M, by Moore. "Texas A&M and Lamar will be tough, but I think we have a chance to win if we play up to our capabilities," Moore said. Moore will be counting heavily on one of his new faces, Gary Olson, St. Petersburg,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1977

PAGE 8 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY new DENTON location 16732 W. UNIVERSITY ATMALONE Call 817 - 382-1022 new location METRO LINE 434-1009 C ' TO —- < 5 ' •• ■r ' Thursday, February 3, 1977 H fi * J GRAND OPENING SELL-E-BRATION 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! THURSDAY 10-8 FRIDAY 10-6 RECEIVERS OA PIONEER SX450 SPEAKERS TURNTABLES TAPE DECKS CAR STEREOS VERIT 200SL •AM-FM b.'EREC RECEIVER •TUNE METER •BASS-TREBLE • TAPE MONITOR *169 •2 WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM •8" DYNAMIC WOOFER • PEERLESS TWEETER .ADJUSTABLE CROSSOVER McDONALD 2260X •AUTOMATIC RECORD CHANGER •MANUAL CUE •COMPLETE *59 •AM-FM STEREO RECEIVER • LOUDNESS CONTROL •TUNE METER • TAPE MONITOR *179 E.C.I. TREND IV • 3 WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM • 12" WOOFER •5" MID RANGE •3" TWEETER •BASS PORT HOLE *119 • AUTOMATIC RECORD CH...

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

< J« The North Texas Daily , i I 1/ i 60TH YEAR NO. 67 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1977 t i Get Five Reports Of Mischief University Police received five reports of criminal mischief this week. Detective Vernon Hutson of the Criminal Investigation Division (CID), said Thursday. Three reports of slashed automobile tires were received by the police Wednesday, Hutson said. Another report of slashed tires was received Thursday. One other report Thursday was a complaint of a slashed convertible car top, he said. The autos were parked in dor- mitory parking lots. Three were near Crumley Hall and two were at Kerr Hall, Hutson said. Detective Vic Lauderdale said one of the cars had all of its tires slashed. The others each had two slashed tires. One of the cars had a long scratch on the side. Lauderdale said it was scarred with a sharp object. He said the damage estimate for the auto with the four destroyed tires was $200. The S200 damage would constitu...

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

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Animals Find Residence at Biology 313 Dogs, Mice, Rabbits Assist Scientists in Experimental Research By JOHN MARCHESE, Daily Reporter At Harvard University, dogs are placed in cages with specially wired floors. At regular intervals they are given severe shocks. At first they squeal, urinate and attack the cage. But after 10 days they accept the jolts. Researchers consider the findings significant. At City University of New York, pigeons are starved to 70 per cent of their normal weight. It is found they are then more receptive to food. At North Texas State University, a dog's blood is done on dogs, may contribute very much. "Maybe someone will learn something," he said. "Maybe some won't die in ER (emergency room) because their ph 'is wrong." The supervisor of the Denton Animal Shelter, Pam Johnson, said she kills "a lot" of dogs every year— well in excess of the estimated 30 used by NT. In some pounds dogs are destroyed by rapid depres- surization. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1977

Friday, February 4, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 • it ■ I I « t V Y F. I k I r Lab Students Earn Credit For Horn, Sax By CHRIS ANDERSON Daily Reporter All students signed up for the Lab Band program, but not assigned band positions are expected to attend special sessions this spring to earn Lab Band credit, according to Leon Breeden, director of the Lab Band program. The llrst two clinics, saxophone and trumpet, have been scheduled for Friday from I to 3 p.m. Saxophonists will meet in the Lab Band Hall and trumpet stu- dents in the Bruce Hall Concert Hall. Acco-ding to Roger Dismore, con- ductor of the I O'Clock Lab Band and instructor for the saxophone session, all saxophone players who plan to attend the session should buy the book, "Jazz Phrasing and Interpretation" in either B llat or L Hat, by Jimmy Giuffre. "Intermediate Jazz Conceptions for Sax" by Neihaus should be bought for the later scheduled clinics. A copy of GiulTre's book is in the Lab Band Office for reference...

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

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 4, 1977 Student Helpers Recruit Tutors for Area Schools Precision Drill Photo by CINDY SPURQEON Members of the Air Force ROTC Sabre Drill Team practice in Fouts Field parking lot for drill team competition to be held in El Paso today through Sunday. The team will compete with 10 teams in inspection, regulation and execution drills. The group is directed by Sabre Commander Ed Rios, Denton junior. The drill team will go to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras Feb. 20-23. The Denton Association of Student Helpers (DASH) is recruiting volunteers as tutors for area school children, Dr. Roosevelt Washington, president of the DASH Board of Directors, said Wednesday. Beginning Friday DASH will have a booth set up in front of the University Union where volunteers may sign up for the program. The booth will be open from 9 a.m. to I p.m. and from 2 to 3 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday. Tues- day and Thursday, volunteers may sign up in the Education Buildi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1977

Friday, February 4, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 v!> Eagles Host Lamar In Saturday Contest Former assistant coach Billy Tubbs and his Lamar University Cardinals will lly into the Super Pit Saturday night to do battle with a much bigger bird, the bagles. Tubbs, noted lor his recruiting ability, left NT last year after three seasons as a top assistant to Coach Bill Blakeley. 11 BBS IS a graduate of Lamar and returned there to coach before going to Southwestern University at Georgetown, and then on to NT. Since BILLY TUBBS .returns to NT Saturday his return to Lamar and his inheritance of a coaching program that hasn't produced a winning season since 1970, lubbs has set some big goals for the future. One goal has been to schedule big name schools, such as the University of Houston, North Carolina-Charlotte, New Mexico Stale and the University of Hawaii. LAMAR, 8-11, IS noted for its run- ning offense which employs the single post formation. "If we make more than three passes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1977

J ':h PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY new DENTON location 16732 W. U NIVERSITY atmalone Call 817 - 382-1022 Friday, February 4, 1977 wmmmmmm new location METRO LINE 434-1009 GRAND OPENING SELL-E-BRATION 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! FRIDAY I0-6 SATURDAY I0-6 RECEIVERS PIONEER SX450 SPEAKERS VERIT 200SL TURNTABLES TAPE DECKS CAR STEREOS S V 51 i * ' ' r. (S r>. • am-fm stereo receiver •tune meter •bass treble •tape monitor *169 •2 way speaker system •8" dynamic woofer • peerless tweeter .adjustable crossover McOONALD 2260X •automatic record changer •manual cue •complete STD-1410 PIONEER KP-212 ^ $59 •stereo cassette recorder • built-in dolby •biascr02 •locked pause *129 Ltisn . I - TT •cassette player •fast forward-rewind • auto eject • lots of power 2215B E.C.I. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 February 1977

" " The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 68 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1977 it 1 f T $ik ■r Wmmm Black Women's Seminar Will Explore Problems . lh| {.mm: • BSSSSfi Lttvva <**§$$ Wj rlpBf Black Awareness Art Photo By MELODY YU Kennard L. Haggerty, left, artist and organizer of Troubles," the work is part of a display created by the Black Awareness Art Show in The Gallery this Black NT students. The show, in the Silver Eagle week, explains his work to Dr. Larry Gleeson, art Suite and The Gallery, will be open from 9 a.m. to history professor. Entitled "I Am Caught Up in the 6 p.m. until the end of this week. Sets Wednesday Meeting Senate Views Functions lis CAROL STEWART Daily Reporter The f-acuity Senate will meet Wednes- day at 2 p.m. in the Forum Room of the Speech and Drama Building. The senate will vole on a revised state- ment of the functions and structure of the Committee for Evaluation of University Administrators' f unctions. The revise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 February 1977

mr fe-OiWSPf r'M'.i;''\. '-y t™ w !t:':>■ ■■ ■ PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 8, 1977 An Editorial Co-op Needs Participation If you're tired of paying high prices for everything, especially groceries, don't feel alone. There are a lot of people with the same com- plaints, and the Student Association (SA) has come up with a solution to help ease the problem. The SA Food Co-op is open to every student willing to pay the $1 membership fee. Once the fee is paid, orders can be placed with the co-op every week. Order blanks can be obtained from a box in front of the co-op building on the corner of Avenue B and Mulberry or from the SA Office on the fourth floor of the University Union. Orders must be completed and returned to either location by 5 p.m. each Thursday. Trucks go to Dallas each Saturday morning to pick up the orders and return to the co-op building by 1:30 p.m. It sounds simple, but it won't work unless there is enough student input to make the program ef-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 February 1977

I < Tuesday, February 8, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 r. « • 4 A 1 1 Gilder To Show \Zinger' \ Sculptor Enters National Exhibition By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter Teaching assistant Benita Giller is one of 75 American women artists invited to exhibit in a national show opening Wednesday in Indiana. She chose "Zinger," a wall-hanging wood sculpture, for her exhibit piece. "IT'S ONE of my favorite pieces," she said, explaining why she chose it for the exhibit. And "Zinger" also follows her objective of making "art that is Brass Choir To Present Two Concerts The Brass Choir will perform its "Proud Heritage Concert" at 8:15 tonight in the Music Recital Hall. The choir will also perform the program for the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) convention at II a.m. Thursday at the San Antonio Convention Center. ANSHEEL BRUSILOW will conduct two programs with the Symphony Orchestra which will perform with the All-State Chorus in the convention's final concert. "The TMEA s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 February 1977

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY mm ■ ■■ /iMtH. ' ^ Is Mm Roodenko Says Humans Abide by Mutual Support Photo by JON WHITSELL Nonviolent Speech Igal Roodenko, advocate of nonviolent action, speaks to two combined political science classes in Wooten Hall. Roodenko said the only way for humans to survive is through mutual support. By JOANNA BOSTWICK Daily Reporter Igal Roodenko, advocate of non- violent action, told the combined political science classes of Drs. C. Neal Tate and Robert Judy that people must learn to live together even if they cannot love each other. "The human being is a social animal," he said. "We need each other. The only way the human race has survived thus far is through mutual support." ROODENKO HAS been an advocate of nonviolent action for 20 years and he said he has been arrested more than 10 times during his career. His first arrest was the result of his refusal to serve in World War II, he said. "I feel no resentment in being jailed," he said. "Historically if ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 February 1977

Tuesday. February 8, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 I iK IV I 1 c v f- Club News Taking in Rays Bruce Arledge, Dallas graduate student, appears to have the spring fever a little early this year, The spring-like days this week- end brought people out of their winter hideaways to enjoy the weather. Blue Key Conducts Membership Drive Photo by GARY CARTER Employes Discuss Upcoming Bills By CAROL STEWART Daily Reporter The Texas Public Employees Associa- tion's (TPEA) staff and president met last Thursday in Austin to discuss the progress of the association's legislative program for 1977. Entitled Destination '77, the packet consists of 16 recommendations which will affect state employees. "The members have asked for this package and we'll try to do the best that we can," Stan Sawyer, board of directors of TPEA, said Wednesday. Sawyer is on the NT Computing Center staff. Sawyer explained that most of the members are interested in bills involving money ap- propriation. Appropriation ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 February 1977

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 8, 1977 IP"' NT Surge Downs Lamar Make A Wish Photo by CHARLIE COLE Dayton, Ohio, junior, Buzzy Rambow, left, strug- gles for NT against three Dallas Wildebeest rugby players. The North Texas club showed improve- ment from its opening game but lost, 8-6. By DAVID BOARD Sports Editor Lamar Coach Billy Tubbs' return to the Super Pit Saturday could have been better, and it almost was. Tubbs' never-say-die Cardinals fought back from an 11-point deficit and with four minutes remaining caught the Mean Green at 84-84 before North Texas pulled away to win, 99-90. In his first season as the top man at Lamar, after a three-year stint as an NT assistant, Tubbs saw his cards fall to 8- 13 with the loss. The Mean Green ran its mark to 16-3. SPARKED BY guard Kenneth Minkins' 18 first-half points, Lamar came out hot and jumped off to a seven- point lead before NT rallied late in the period. Melvin Davis" fall-away jumper put NT ahead, 28-27, and the...

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