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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1971

Thursday, February 11,1971 I ' I l V NETINA Texas Colleges Join In Exchange of Ideas A new information system designed to exchange improved education ideas between schools throughout Texas has been organ- ized. The Northeast Texas Information Net- work Association (NliTINA) is an organi- zation of 17 public senior and junior col- leges and universities in this region set up by the Coordinating Board of the Texas College and University System. The association, authorized by state law, has a board of directors made up of one person from each school in the organi- zation. Dr. James I.. Rogers, vice-president for administrative affairs, explained that the program, while in existence on paper, has not begun its activities due to a lack of funds. "A request has been made to the state legislature for appropriations, but so far nothing has come from it," he said. When the organization begins operation, it will set up a system between colleges enabling the schools to receive information thro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1971

- PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Milt ■ lllllll ■ ' ' 1 1 Rust Signs 16 For '71 Season • i\ _• ■ 'jm" ••; ■ m- if -I By RICK HOLCOMB Daily Reporter Offensive backs dominate the list of hope- fuls as 10 of 16 high school footballers have signed letters of intent to play for North Texas next season. "We are very happy with the ones we got," athletic director Rod Rust said. "Of course we didn't get all the ones we wanted, but we were very pleased with the people we signed." THE 16 PLAYERS signed were "just a beginning" for Rust and his staff who still have many question marks remaining. "We aren't through by a long shot," Rust said. Rust would not comment on the individ- ual abilities of the recruits, or other players he is seeking because, "They have not play- ed a down for us," he said. The 16 Eagle recruits were: Joe Bishop, KB-LB, 6-0,210, Lewisville Wayne Bryant, FB-LB, 6-1, 200, Terrell Gaylon Davis, FB. 6-1, 218, Millsap David Gilder, OT-Db, 6-3, 190, De Leon Herman Hardin, QB, 6-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1971

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NO. 71 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1971 '1 ' t it • 'I \\ Appointment Of Godfrey Challenged An effort to block the appointment of Berl E. Godfrey of Port Worth to the North Texas Board of Regents is reportedly under- way by Sen Don Kennard of Fort Worth. A story in the Fort Worth Star-Tele- gram Thursday quoted Kennard as saying he was seeking support to block Godfrey's unconfirmed appointment, after Godfrey made some "unjustified" remarks at a Jan. 4 meeting with Gov. Preston Smith in Aus- tin. EFFORTS BY the Daily to reach Ken- nard in Austin were unsuccessful Thurs- day. Godfrey was named to the board Sept. 12, 1969, by the governor to a term expiring May 22, 1975. However, his appointment remains unconfirmed by the senate. At the Austin meeting of Gov. Smith and regents of all state-supported senior col- leges, Godfrey said that in his opinion there was nothing wrong with schools that c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1971

PAQK2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. Fabruary 12. 1971 Dialogue: Richard Geer, Director of Housing (Editor's Note: In m effort to foster better communication with campus leaders and controversial persons on campus. The North Texas Daily presents the following DIALO- GUE with Richard A. Geer, director of student housing.) DAILY: Why do women have to live in the dorm until they are 22 years of age but men can move out alter 60 hours? What's the logic behind it? GEER: There has been a situation in the past where this has been true. Originally, they didn't have any age. Then they lowered it to 40 and then they came to 22, and at this time we're looking at it from the stand- point of trying to equalize it. The senate had asked if there was a possibility of equalizing it, men and women the same, and so on. My feeling is that yes, there is a possibility of it. We're looking into it now. This would be at an age of 20 or 21 or whatever we could set it at, to where it would be advantageous to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1971

V-.V. , Friday, February 12,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 44 'i i (i • 4 700 Students Begin Computerized Testing WMl z By JOHN PENN Daily Reporter More than 700 students in psychology classes are being tested in a computerized program which made its first appearance this semester. Students are tested over a variety of textbooks assigned by their instructors. Instructors in two beginning psychology courses and one advanced course determine which books they want to use. The testing is used to determine the student's final class grade. THE PROGRAM, initiated by Dr. Donald Whaley of the psychology faculty, "divorces the system from the instructor," according to Joe Burgoyne, who is assisting Dr. Whaley with the new testing system. Burgoyne, a senior psychology major from Denton, is one of eight "monitors" responsible for programming the compu- ters. The computers are manufactured by Mycom of Fort Worth, A MONITOR'S JOB is to check the computer and daily test for errors. If a cor- re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1971

^faaj PAQI4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY SHr'v.' T ■■ ' Friday, February 12.1971 f IL m jsj urricanes Clip Eagles North Texas Remains in Cellar ■"'ir1 f — > .fe!_ JJ •.".JiBPv-'fy- .A«imMn- • i: -r V.3 . . ^■rfc-5 One For Gill Greek quarterback Jerry Atherton (No. 16), graduate stu- dent from Brady, attempts a pass as Ex-Marines Frank Sanders (No. 78). graduate student from Greenville Mill, and Charles Jackson (No. 54), senior from Corsicana, Errors Ruin Ex-Marines strain to block the ball. The Greeks pulled off a 12-7 upset in the first Richard Gill Memorial game. Proceeds from the game will go to his wife and family. Greeks Beat Ex-Marines, 12-7 The North Texas Greeks, underdogs going into the contest, upset the more ex- perienced Ex-Marines 12-7 in the first an- nual Richard Gill Memorial Football game Thursday afternoon at Fouts Field The Greeks capitalized on Marine errors and then threw up a rugged defense to put the clamps on the Marines for most of the game. AFTER OPENING the ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1971

tlsSf BHBWi £« ■■ m ' '1 1 ( < J ii u f 1 North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS Visitation Policy Revised The Dean of Students' office Monday an- nounced new guidelines for student resi- dence hall open house visitation. Jack Wheeler, associate dean of students, said the new policy was effective Monday. The new guidelines came three months af- ter the IJSNT Senate recommended a more liberal policy. THE RECOMMENDED guidelines for residence hall visitation met final appro- val from the President's Cabinet Friday. The guidelines are: 1. "Visitation, the privilege of having guests in private rooms, will be sponsored by the Residence Hall Association in cooper- ation with the hall manager. 2. "Before each visitation program the event must be approved by at least two- thirds of the residents in that hall. This two- thirds vote must occur just prior to the re- gistering of the event. 3. "Each visitation will be registered in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1971

pp i ^ -'.V ; # • ' rf i: (SswM.'f i®p -,'V'''i.;. Mffi BIHg ■ ■' •' ' ivpsi >M PSpip <_ ii ■ ■ ;e. : ;j .yff:, THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuaaday. February 16,1971 ■6 Finish 20-Mile March of Dimes Walk f t A i( LIil Hi Several marchers decide to advertise the 20-mile walk. ♦ ? 5 w f r \ 'h <« A basketball helps to shorten the distance along the service roads of I-35 north of Denton. k; r" i ' - "" vv,..l. J* - ' Wtf/. — — " " " The walkers had to contend with traffic as they walked. The unidentified per- son haloed in white wrapped himself in a dry cleaning bag to keep warm. People Add Steps To Campaign Goal Walk a mile in my shoes? Or even 20 miles? About 250 people participated in Saturday's March of Dimes walkathon. A total of 176 crossed the finish line. Some of the walkers simply walked; others skipped along, and still others jogged. The walkathon was another Denton project to help the March of Dimes reach its S 10,000 goal. Profits will be totaled later this month. Each w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1971

m "is V'.dl; ••■• •.; :■" ( 1 l L ' Tuesday, February 16.1971 Physicist Announces 'Zodiac Off' Students of astrology beware. A l.ihra is no longer a Libra. So says Dr. Bruce Foster of the physics faculty. The reason? "The axes of the earth have shifted in the 2,000 to 3,000 years since the study of as- trology began, so the signs of the zodiac are off by one month," Dr. Foster said. THIS IS ONLY a part of the world of astronomy Dr. Foster shares with students in his astronomy class. "Astronomy is fascinating," Dr. Foster said. "Theories are changing rapidly, espec- ially concerning the structure of the stars." lie added that astronomers do little obser- vation now, but work more on the calcula- tions of astronomy. One of the most interesting aspects of as- tronomy to Dr. Foster is the observation of stars which may develop into gala/ies or planets similar to the Milky Way and earth. "ASTRONOMERS ARE SEEING tars today in the condition they were when the earth was being created," Dr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ting Kills Eagles By GEORGE FOSTER Associate Sports Editor "Wait'll next year" is the chant fof the North Texas basketball team, alter nailing the lid on its own coffin with a 71-66 loss to Memphis State Saturday in Men's Gym. The Eagles sport a 2-7 Missouri Valley record and are out of contention in the scrambled MVC race. Poor shooting killed the Eagles as they hit a paltry 31 per cent from the Held and were again out rebounded by the taller Tigers 47-61. "Our shooting has been erratic. II we had shot well we would have been in it or won," Coach Marry Miller said. "Their defense was weaker than when we played them in Memphis." THE GAME WAS a carbon copy of the Jan. 2 encounter between the two teams. It was a fierce physical struggle, as both teams battled for rebounds and played tight defense. As has become a regular occurence. North Texas was called down for numerous fouls 32 in all vith Memphis State con- verting 35 of 49 foul shots. Miller was at hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1971

The North Texas Formerly The Campus Chat y/M, fM B4TH YEAR NO. 73 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1971 It f 7 V I if * I Organizers Say Today's Rally Designed To 'Educate the People' jm,: : Vi ■" *•* Hi By DAVID LEWIS Daily Reporter In an effort to "educate the people about U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia and the political prisoners currently being held in this country," a rally will be held today, two representatives from the People's Com- munity Center said Monday. Scheduled to start at noon on the grassy area across from the Union Building, the rally will center on the problems of "imper- ialism, racism, women's liberation and constructive programs that are being con- ducted in Denton," David Haylon, one of the organi/crs. said BULLETIN The USNT Senate Tuesday night voted 14 to 12 to sponsor today's rally. The action came after Jimmy Deming, USNT presi- dent, told the senate he had vetoed a hill giv- ing support to the rally, and after Willi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1971

FAQ I 2—THK NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wadnasday. February 17,1971 € S 54th Yw The North Texas Daily North Turn Stat* Univanity Denton. Tim ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Champion Shopper Stretches Dollar Purchasing Agent Pursues Good Prices 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. New Plan An Innovation Editor Supports Welfare Revamp No issue, other than the Vietnam war, has evoked the criticism now fo- cused on public welfare. No one is happy with the present welfare system. Liberals condemn the program because they believe it demeans the recipient and fails to meet poor peoples' needs. Conservatives blast welfare because they consider it a dole which takes money from working taxpayers to support those who choo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1971

Wednesday, February 17,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 t / II «W ' I* I f* I ' f 't }■ •r i k 'i it i f r i * A Around the Campus Sign Up Here Sophie Martin, Dallas senior, and Mark McDonald, graduate student and a coordinator of the Free University, enroll students for courses. Registra- tion ends today in front of the Union Building Students are charged 25 cents to help defray the Free University costs —Photo by Larry Reese Debate Squad Downs 24 Teams in Victory Twenty-lour universities, including Tex- as A&M. SMU and TCU, fell victim to the North Texas debate team at Stephen T Austin last weekend. The debaters rolled to IS victories while suffering six losses to take the sweepstakes trophy with 105 points. The nearest compe- titor scored 75 points. "It was sure niee to have a comfortable margin this time," Dr. Ben A. Chapped, the debate coach, said. "Those one-point victories were beginning to get too close ." Individual honors were shared by Cliff Meken/ie, Dallas freshman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY torn Hess Runs, Runs, Runs, Runs '' t- 0'f f f W 3 ?PP Wednesday, February 17,1971 Ten Teams Stay In 'Mural Races J By DAN BISER Special Reporter ! Tom Hess makes running an everyday Ihing. The junior distance ace, who is on both the Eagle track and cross-country squads, runs an average of 90 to I00 miles a week. In fact, Hess has even found himself running home. HESS' HOMETOWN is Muenster 45 miles from the North Texas campus. Twice he has attempted running the dis- tance. "The first time I tried it was during my 2 Women's Games Set For Today The women's extramural basketball team will play TWU in Women's Gym at 4:15 p.m. today. Delta Sigma Theta and Zeta Tau Alpha sororities will compete in the women's intramural basketball semi-finals tonight at 6:30 in the women's gym. The win- ner will face Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority Tuesday in the finals. Other activities in the women's physical education department include an invit- ational badminton tournament Fri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1971

54TH YEAR NO. 74 The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1971 1 'I I I. * 4 V J { t t< i. i 4 x r, I •I i ,1 ( Tv Rally Speakers Defy Court Order By ELLEN MOORE AND DAVID LEWIS Daily Reporters David Huylon and Elizabeth Ann Duke appeared before a student rally Wednesday despite a temporary restraining order is- sued against them by District Judge Hob Seofield. It was requested by the univer- sity. The order charged Huylon and Mrs. Duke with violating university policy, which prohibits the unauthorized presence of per- sons not affiliated with the university on campus. The restraining order was applied for by the President's Cabinet after a Wednesday morning meeting. Two students, Bill Bran- non, Dallas senior, and Gary Waite, l.cwis- ville junior, met with the cabinet and asked that the administration turn its back and be pragmatic about the rally in hopes that no violence would occur. Acting President John...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1971

12—TM1 NORTH TlXAt DAILY The North Texas Daily MthYww North Tuu Ititt Untv*r«ttY Denton. Tnii 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. Barbaric System Prisons Require Reform Program It is time for the United States to take a long, critical look at its prison system. There is only one word that can aptly describe the conditions inside these prisons. Barbaric. A news story in the National Observer clearly shows what conditions are like in a Miami, Fla., jail. A 17-year-old youth from South Carolina was arrested in Florida for stealing a car. Upon his arrest, he was jailed in the Dade County jail and placed in a cell with 18 men—most of them with jail records. One person on tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1971

I I [ f V * I I l: 4 I [ / ' / 'I u 1 f. r I * # i * Ml I J « ii 4 ft*" : *"*'■' *v' "Vi *•- . ':.v'; ;■ ' V;-'' Thursday, February 18.1971 Around the Campus 'Peanuts' Musical Delayed 5 Weeks Sot hacks and disappointments are daily occurrences in the life of Charlie Brown, hero ol' CHARLES SCHULZ' famous "Peanuts" comic strip. "Peanuts" fans who were looking for- ward to the scheduled Wednesday perfor- mance of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," will share his feeling of frustra- tion. RICHARD H. CASS, chairman of the l ine Arts Committee, has been notified that the National Performing Arts has re- routed the touring company that will per- form at North Texas. Therefore, the musical, based on a day in the life of Schul/' pint - sized hero, has been postponed until March 22. Twentieth century music will be the topic of discussion at today's informal gathering at the home of HENRY SIMON, 115 Ave- nue Ci, Apartment I 16. I he topic "Twentieth Century Music: \ Reflection of Our Times'....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1971

«t. ' 'J J! i:: L " ■:,' i.J , . - -:.A PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY George Foster Valley Stronger; Miller 1Optimistic Rumblings are being heard among Mis- souri Valley Conference schools but no- thing to compare with those out in Cali- fornia as the MVC continues towards its goal of establishing a solid athletic confer- ence. Bradley, which dropped out of MVC football alter the 1951 season, has termina- ted its football program completely to erase- any hopes of the Braves ever again compet- ing for the Valley football championship. Cincinnati, which has fielded strong bas- ketball and football teams since becoming a member in ll)57, left the Valley prior to the current basketball season. Economic reasons were cited by both Bradley and Cincinnati. In Bradley's case the school was losing money every year. Cincinnati was in hopes of improv- ing its economic lot as an independent. l.AST WEEK the West Texas Stale head football coach and athletic director Joe Kerbel, resigned West Texas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 February 1971

V « ( * The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NO. 75 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1971 I I r j V « I . |V rlllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!'^ \ NEWS CAPSULES Lab School Gym Opens For Use on Weekends The Lab School Gym, formerly open Monday through Friday to all students, will now be open all week. On Saturdays and Sundays it will be open from 4 to 9 p.m. The gym is open on weekdays from 6 to 10 p.m. The Lab School Gym, operated by the Student Acitivities Union, is adjacent to the Women's Gym. Daily Makes Mistake; Veto Not Overridden The headline appearing over Thursday's USNT story was incorrect. The USNT Senate had passed a bill to sponsor Wed- nesday's rally at its F eb. 16 meeting which was vetoed by USNT President Jimmy Deming. The senate passed another bill to sponsor the rally at Tuesday's meeting. However, Deming vetoed this b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 February 1971

■ ■ ' i FfOia—THi NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily Mth Ymt North Twm Htm Unlvortity ■ ;v ♦ I 4 Friday, February 19.1971 Denton. Toil ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Fly in Soaring Subject Denton Pilot School Popularity Grows 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. Lifelong Stigma Big Risks Await Marijuana Users Although there are no reliable reports of deaths attributable solely to marijuana, nor any evidence of psychic or physical dependence on it, people who smoke marijuana must realize the huge risk they are taking—the legal risk. Few realize the full penalties for either possessing, selling or giving mari- juana to another person. Either to possess or supply marijuana is a felony under both st...

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