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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1977

♦ . 1 . The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 69 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1977 1 « * 1 Awareness Panel Takes Look At Woman's Role in Society By DEE SCOTT Daily Reporter Faced with the problem of being in two minorities, the Black woman should discover herself, develop her abilities and strive for her goals. A discussion panel of six women in several fields made this suggestion Tues- day during a seminar on the Black woman. It was part of "Black Awareness '77," a program designed to celebrate and pay tribute to past and continuing achievements of Black Americans. SPEAKING OF the Black woman in a public-supported university, Carolyn Norwood, Houston senior, said, "We as Black women should keep striving, have faith and hope in order to succeed. As students we should analyze our own culture through the curriculum, though it is sometimes insensitive to our needs." Annette Mouton, Houston senior, commenting on the same subject, said, "We must cope w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1977

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, February 9, 1977 An Editorial Excess IDs Prove Wasteful The student identification card system at NT is a good example of administrative waste. Nearly 3,000 cards with the names and Social Security numbers of people who never attended NT will be shredded this week. Thirty thousand cards were printed for students before fall registration. Only 17,000 students registered in the fall. Who are these ghost students who never picked up their ID cards? Larry Bicket is director of grants and refunds and supervises the production of ID cards. He said the university prints an ID card in August for every student enrolled in the spring semester as well as every student who made an application to attend NT. It is obvious that every person who at- tends school in the spring will not return in the fall. It is also true that everyone who applies for admission to NT does not register. The university pays about $2,000 for the 50,000 blank ID cards it orders. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1977

< ; TO Wednesday, February 9, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Panther' Makes Hilarious Return Sellers' Inspector Clouseou Bumbles Again By BOB DARDEN Special Writer "The Pink Panther Strikes Again" is showing at the ABC Cinema in Denton Center through Feb. 17.The film Is directed by Blake Edwards. Ahh...tis the year of the sequel. Se- quels are planned or are already showing for such various and sundry works as "Jaws," "King Kong," and "Rocky." Likewise, current shows like "The En- forcer" and "The Pink Panther Strikes Again" are themselves sequels to se- quels. (The only thing that bothers me about this trend is the report out of Hol- lywood that someone was thinking of doing a sequel to "The Greatest Story Every Told"! "Chapter 20—The Billy Graham Years"...! can see it now.) Artist Discusses Work On Machine Sculpture By CAROLYN CLARK, Daily Reporter New Mexico artist Luis Jimenez said Monday that the theme of most of his works is man's preoccupation with machines. Jimenez, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1977

Wednesday. February 9. 1977 PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY "' \Pyi ,' • ' • •■' t V ./ i$ ?''■ '.'. ••' "ilV- ' I'A Let Us Unpack Doug Harman, Austin senior, unpacks a crate of lettuce at the Student As- sociation Food Co-op Satur- day. For a $1 membership fee, students can order fresh vegetables, fruits and dairy products through the co-op at a reduced price. Photo by CINDY SPURQEON Center Holds Workshops In Adjustment, Enrichment Group programs dealing with dif- ferent levels of relationships will be of- fered as part of the Counseling and Testing Center's services, said Dr. Elneita Dever, counseling psychologist. Workshops ranging from marital enrichment to divorce adjustment are being implemented with the hope of reaching people at different stages dur- ing their lives, Dr. Dever explained. The theory behind the group format is that since many people undergo similar feelings and experiences during their life changes, they can derive comfort and en- couragement by sharing them wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1977

■p r m1 i ? u 1 1 . If w Wednesday, February 9, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Trading Stamps Regain 1 Popularity With Stores NEW YORK (AP) — Remember trading stamps, those little manifestions of the carnival spirit of the 1960s that, in about to replace the official coin of the realm? Well, they're coming back! But, you the hearts of shoppers anyway, seemed say, you've heard that story before, M K7 Jitterbugging Photo uy CiNDi BURGEON Dr. William DeMougeot of the speech and drama faculty demonstrates dancing skills with daughter Susan Whitson. At Saturday's basketball game against Lamar, he gave a nostalgic rendition of the style that won him the jitterbug championship at the University of Iowa from 1938 to 1941. almost every year in the past three or four. True. But now they're really com- ing back. Stamp people do have some expertise in this area, their survival being depen- dent upon how well they appeal to the instincts, desires, and needs of shoppers. And the stamp people...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 February 1977

mm-- PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r Wednesday, February 9, 1977 S* 1 M I . Eagle Errors Help Frogs Hop Past Baseball Squad Photo« by TERRY WOOTEN Stammers The dunk is back in college basketball this year and NT's Fred Mitchell (left) and Way- mond Lister demonstrate the art of slamming. By PHIL ROGERS Daily Reporter TCU's Horned Frogs taught the baseball club a lesson in Monday's opening scrimmage for the Mean Green. The Frogs took advantage of nine NT errors and pounded the Green 15-1 in a 12-inning encounter. "TCU is probably the best team we'll face all year," Coach Johnny Williams said. "This game will help us in the future. We learned a lot from it." The Frogs took a quick 5-0 lead after two innings and never really let up. Alan Karl, Deer Park sophomore, scored NT's lone run in the top of the sixth. TCU, a club cited by Williams as a SWC title contender, held NT to seven hits, scattered over the 12-inning span agreed to in advance by the coaches. The Frogs committed two erro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1977

' ■ ♦ r The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 70 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1977 Average Cost for Utility Bills i V I I Council Combats Fuel Crisis By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Daily Reporter Electric bills for all-electric home owners could be averaged over a four- month period to help alleviate some of the difficulties caused by escalated fuel costs, City Manager Jim White said Tuesday at a special meeting of the Denton City Council. If White's suggestion is accepted, utility users who meet the requirements of such a plan would have to pay one- fourth of their four-month bill per month in order to avoid late penalties. Other plans discussed to help con- sumers combat the crisis include 12- month averaging, not paying Lone Star Gas the $100,000 per month take-or-pay penalty and abolishing late fines for customers unable to pay their bills on time. White said these were impractical. THE PROBLEM with a 12-month averaging plan, he said, is that such a plan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1977

Thursday, February 10, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Americans Should Unite Energies Again Traditionally, America has not been a very un- ified country. Even during the American Revolution, which is commonly considered to be a united effort by the colonists to overthrow English tyranny, there were many Tories who opposed the idea of a revolution. The Civil War intensified the differences between the North and the South and left lasting scars and bitterness. It seems that the only truly united efforts by the American people to achieve a common goal came during the world wars. The Vietnam war, however, is a dramatic exception to the tradition of a country uniting in wartime. Coming soon after the Vietnam fiasco was Watergate. President Richard Nixon and the scandals surrounding his top aides created a tremendous credibility gap between the governing bodies and the people of the country. President Gerald Ford maintained a low-key presidency, thus allowing the country to begin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1977

i k Thursday, February 10, 1977 Group Wanfs Registration Suggestions The Student Association (SA) Registration Committee would like sug- gestions from students concerning ways to improve the registration procedures, San Antonio sophomore Jeff Gossen, committee chairman, said Wednesday. "We're interested in speeding up registration and making it easier for the faculty and administration," Gossen said. Any ideas for changing registration procedures should be taken to the SA Office on the fourth floor of the Univer- sity Union before 6 p.m. Monday, he said. The committee will meet Tuesday with John Davis, assistant registrar, to discuss the suggestions. Gossen said that some suggestions have already been sent to Davis and Dr. Earl Norton, dean of admissions and records. These suggestions include posting in each department when a sec- tion is closed, having volunteers to help at registration, expanding the financial aid desk by adding more workers, reduc- ing check points and having a m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1977

, , ' ,; • . « . ; , - PAGE 4 I;,;.: i ,■ "■fry. ■ • ?. "i-r — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 10, 1977 ' K Duties Cause Sleepless Nights . Living Together Increases Sharply By MARY CANTRELL Staff Writer If Rick Lange had a nickel for every student he advised, a dime for every phone call that disturbed his sleep and a quarter for every sleepless night, he would be a very rich man. But Rick Lange is not rich. Lange, Carrollton senior, is a resident assistant (RA) at Kerr Hall. "THE RA salary is not outstanding, but it is adequate to meet my needs," he said. "The experience itself has been more worthwhile than any money I've earned." Although this is Lange's first ex- perience as an RA—he assumed duties last September—he said the job has been such "a true learning experience" that he intends to seek another assignment dur- ing the 1977-78 school year. Hand-holding, back-patting and lending a shoulder to be cried on are but a few of the tasks Lange faces each day. "I BELIEVE t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1977

■/' Thursday, Febiuaiy 10, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 <i ( (■ t i A r i i Bills Could Impose Disclosure Charge AUSTIN (AP)—Government bodies could charge reporters and other citizens a fee for looking up information covered by the Texas Open Records Act if law- makers pass a bill that has been in- troduced in the house and senate. Sponsors are Sen. O H. "Ike" Harris, R-Dallas, and Rep. Frank Gaston, R- Dallas. Rep. Fred Agnich, R-Dallas, is a cosponsor and also introduced bills with Harris that would exempt all govern- ment audit working papers from the act. HARRIS HAS a third bill, SB-261, that would exempt from mandatory dis- closure police records that would reveal the identity, description, address or telephone number of a witness, com- plainant or informant unless he or she was an on-duty police officer Rep. Melchor Chavez, D-Harlingen, introduced a bill HB-114, exempting in- Librarians To Attend Conference Three librarians from the Main Library are representing NT ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1977

... •k ' ' PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Creighton To Clash With NT There will be no energy shortage in Omaha, Neb. tonight as two of the hot- test shooting teams in the nation, Creighton University (CU) and North Texas, clash at 7:30 in the 10,000 seat Omaha Civic Auditorium. THE BLUEJAYS rank in the nation's top 10 in offense, boasting a field goal shooting average of 54.4 per cent, several notches above the 45.2 per cent average of NT. Like NT, the Bluejays are looking for a NCAA tournament invitation in March. Neither leam was invited to a post season tournament last year despite the 22-4 record of NT and the 19-7 mark of Creighton. NT will be coming off Monday's 99- 72 win over Northwestern Louisiana with a four-game streak. COACH TOM Apke's Jays have beaten Oregon State, 90-68, Auburn 81- 76, and Drake, Bradley, DePaul and Loyola. CU was narrowly defeated in double overtime by nationally ranked Louisville, 66-69. Last year NT beat the Jays in the first round of the Creighton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1977

i ' I «# If Roberts Names Energy Shortage As Biggest Issue By R. W. DAY, Daily Reporter "Energy is probably the biggest problem this country is facing today," U.S. Rep. Ray Roberts, said Thursday at a meeting with constituents of his 4th Congressional District in Denton. "This winter will have many more effects than just the current gas shortage in the north," Roberts told members of the Denton League of Women Voters during a coffee in the First State Bank in Denton. "For example, we may have problems with enough electricity to run the air conditioning in our homes this summer because so much of the natural gas reserves have oeen used." The 63-year-old representative was visiting Denton during the Lincoln's Birthday District Work Session. "Many of the utility companies are still using natural gas to produce electricity, and this is going to have to change," he said. "NUCLEAR POWER could be the answer. We have enough low grade uranium to supply our energy needs for ! .300 years," he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1977

■' II 1 PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY i'jiSii* ' V' ' •-< An Editorial NT Needs Energy Plan The nation has certainly felt the pinch of the energy shortage this winter. The question arises as to whether NT has also felt this pinch. Apparently the campus community has not ex- perienced any type of heating shortage in terms of consumption. Delbert Overstreet, director of the Physical Plant Complex, said more gas has been used this winter than last winter. "The rates have increased somewhat because the Lone Star Gas Co. has increased the price of gas," he said. The only budget pinch that has been felt at NT is due to the higher gas rates. Is there any way to cut down on consumption to save money that is expended for this cause? "This is a very complex problem," Overstreet said. "Campus buildings vary in age and design." He said the largest energy eaters on campus are the Library, Wooten Hall, Speech and Drama Building and the Art Building. These buildings were designed for occupant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1977

1 t « • l ? I Friday, February 11, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 / ) I Modern Dance Mordine Dance Company will begin a week in residence Monday with class instruction and highlighted by a performance Thursday night. Amy Osgood, left, and Carol Bobrow are featured. The troupe is directed by Shirley Mordine. Dance Troupe Starts Instruction Monday Mordine Dance Company will be on campus beginning Monday for a week of teaching, highlighted by a performance Thursday night at 8:15 in the Main Auditorium. Special classes have been arranged during the day for instruction in improvisation, technique, movement for actors and stage lighting and produc- tion. The classes will be free to students and registration will take place at the beginning of each class. Led by Shirley Mordine, the company consists of a lighting director, Craig Miller; a musical director, Joseph Reiser; and six dancers. They are Ms. Mor- dine, Carol Bobrow, Jan Erkert, Danny Frohman, Amy Osgood and Garry Reignborn. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1977

vm H fi' f J p1'* tPH ■ w'\' '': ~ PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 11. 1977 National Health Council Selects TCOM Student By SHARON HURST Daily Reporter Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) second-year student Fernando Gonzelez of Irving has been appointed to the National Advisory Council of Health Professions Educa- tion (NACHPE). Gonzalez is one of two full-time stu- dents enrolled in health professions schools to be appointed to the national council. NACHPE, which was provided for in the Health Professions Education As- sistance Act of I976, advises the secretary of health, education and welfare on regulations and policies governing the administration of health professions education programs. IT ALSO reviews applications for support of programs to improve the training of physicians, dentists and other health professionals. In announcing the appointment, Dr. Ralph L. Willard, vice-president and dean of TCOM, said, "Gonzalez was nominated by TCOM to the Ameri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1977

< 1 7" . -S3 I * y Y !• Friday. February 11, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Accusations of Drug Fraud Send Nine to Mexican Jail by The ASSOCIATED PRESS Nine persons, including two American pharmaceutical company general managers, have been charged with attempted fraud involving the price of medicine sold the Mexican Social Security Institute. The accused spent Wednesday night in a Mexico City prison after being sent to a federal court judge by Atty. Gen. Oscar Flores. A court hearing was scheduled today. FLORES* OFFICE said the nine persons were charged with attempted Space-Age Camera Shoots King James Bible Almost Out of Sight DALLAS (AP)—Texans do things in large sizes, right? Wrong; they do tiny little things—like reducing a King James Bible to a square of glass about the size of a dime. Micrometrology Laboratories, a Dal- las company that makes reticles (the line little crosshairs in electro-optical equip- ment), spent two years making the minuscule Bible which has been ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1977

'■ V':." PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT To Face Oral Roberts Jays Make Eagles Blue ' K •* ' OMAHA—Creighton's Bluejays dealt North Texas a costly 101-83 defeat Thursday in a crucial must-win game for the two independents seeking bids to the NCAA tournament. The loss was NT's fourth of the sea- son against 17 wins and Creighton stands at 19-3. Saturday the Eagles will be in Tulsa, Okla., to take on Oral Roberts Univer- sity (ORU) in Mabee Center (10,575) on the ORU Campus. The Titans defeated Murray State (Ky.) 80-66 Wednesday night to bring their record to 17-5. The game will be broadcast on KDNT FM 106 at 7:25 p.m. THE BLUEJAYS, opening the game with a sweet song, connected on their first four shots, but NT hurried back on baskets by Ken Williams, Fred Mitchell and Melvin Davis. The teams continued the fast pace in the early going with the sure-shooting Jays hitting three straight to go ahead, 20-12, with 13 minutes remaining. THE MEAN Green did not fade, however, and took a 24-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1977

I •*' m ■ - M. ■ i?'"-- S •"k tV — . t "Marvel Machine' Transplants Trees By JOANNA BOSTWICK, Daily Reporter Trees that are in the way of construction are being moved to different areas of the campus by a "super giant marvel," Lewis Eberspacher, service and ground supervisor, said Monday. Eberspacher said World of Green, Inc. of Arlington is moving six live oak trees and one red oak tree from the construction site of the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Complex. NT alumnus Steve Jackson owns the company. Eberspacher said the $30,000 mechanical tree spade is hydraulically powered and is the largest machine of its type in North Texas. All the trees will be moved this week, Eberspacher said. The first tree was moved to the Art Building Monday. Eberspacher said it takes about 20 minutes to plant a tree. "The machine can dig the tree up in about five or 10 minutes. Then it takes about 10 more minutes to get it to the site and the new hole. The machine can carry the tree three bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1977

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. February 15, 1977 r i 11 An Editorial Carter Depicts New Climate In the style of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President Carter addressed the nation in a fireside chat within two weeks after assuming office. In the style of Harry S. Truman, President Carter greets visitors to his office with the sign "The Buck Stops Here" on his desk. In his own style, President Carter plans to host a talk show to be broadcast from the Oval Office. This type of folksy behavior by a President brings a new climate of public-government rela- tions to a nation suffering from both internal and foreign turmoil. President Carter has become the "down-home boy" that grew up to be President. His simple, direct image has been accepted by the public as a good sign for a new era of government. Confidence, however, does not release Presi- dent Carter from his burden as the leader of our nation. He has the public's backing, but must not abuse this backing for his own gains. His decis...

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