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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 February 1971

V It V* Friday. February 19.1971 THE NORTH TEXA9 DAILY—PAGE 3 A t I < 1 /• >v 1 • « I I1 \« It k . ! j 1 i V ( * ** . I I b J 9 1 • t • <e j- . '>. I* • ■I t i.' - i. •I,« • i • < i, Dr. Luker Researches Curriculum Changes While the College of Business Adminis- tration prepares to implement its new cur- riculum next fall, Dr. William A. Luker, director of the North Texas Center for Economic Education (NTCEE), is plan- ning to research and improve the curricu- lum of the economics department. Dr. Luker and Dr. Ken Cochran, chair- man of the economics department, have approached the National Science Founda- tion (NSE) and received an encouraging hearing on possible NSF financial support, Dr. Luker said. Dorm Party Changes Site The location for the party to be sponsored tonight by the residents of Maple and Crumley Halls has been changed from the Women's Gym to the Golf Course Club House. The musical group Pride will play, and refreshments will be available for a small c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 February 1971

PAQK 4—-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY L Friday, February 19.1971 Hapless Eagles Lose, 65-61 Six Straight Losses Keep North Texas In Cellar By CARTER CROMWELL Daily Reporter Cool and deliberate St. Louis held off several second-half challenges by North Texas to hand the Eagles their sixth straight loss, 65-61, Thursday night in Men's Gym. The loss keeps North Texas mired in last place in the Missouri Valley Conference with a 2-8 mark. The Eagles are 8-12 for the season. Leading by only a point at halftime, St. Louis ran off an 8-2 spurt at the outset of the second half to take a 38-31 advantage. After a mild rally pulled North Texas within four, St. Louis scored six straight to make it 48-40. For the next few minutes the teams trad- ed baskets, with the Billikens maintaining a live to six point lead. Then the Eagles made it close. Final Statistics Si. l.oui* Name Slullworth Rogers Wade Irving Martinez Locketle Leonard TEAM TOTALS FG-FGA FT-FTA KBS PF PTS 2- 4 7-11 3- 6 5-IK 5-12 2- 2 2- 3 26...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1971

f X y I ) <« / <• * 'l I, I V < J . . i I- f $«§ r 8 Coeds Chosen As Semifinalists Miss Denton Semifinalists Eight of the 12 semifinalists selected in the preliminary contest for Miss Denton were from North Texas. These 12 girls will compete for the Miss Denton title on March 19. Pictured left to right are: Jackie Barret. Nina Frances Young, Karen Faught, Laura Whisenhunt, Rose Sharp, Fredna How- ard, Janelle Twyford, Helen Rodgers, Mary Raney, and Fredda Ruth Batts Not pictured are Deborah Schopp and Chiquita Shepard. The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR No. 76 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1971 North Texas is in the running again lor the Miss America title. Eight of the 12 girls chosen in the pre- liminary contests lor Miss Denton were from North Texas. The other four semi- finalists were three TWU coeds and one Denton High School senior. The girls were selected from a field of 17. The current Miss America, Phyllis G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1971

it m ■ P ,,^,r .■ ■• ■ ■• '■:■■ 4. ■■' if : $ ■ >:wm .■ & ■ ■- ■■ Tuesday. February 23,1971 2—'THt NORTH TEXAS DAILY I J! " ..v..." K^'MM :Wa&*-.'VV. ,# ' Spjt!''>o .; •'• * •' £ V., ..i'V >-.v,>V. - ZLM* & / ) arm The lights of cars at the intersection of Hickory. Fry and Ave. A create an interesting pattern. The traffic flow is confusing to drivers in the area, especially to drivers unfamiliar with the inter section. — Photo by Bruce Parrott This chug hole is a hazard on Avenue B that drivers are forced to dodge — Photo by John Coon Wimp 1/4 Take Care- Danger Lurks Around Corners i One can meet a tralhc hazard at almost ever\ corner of the campus area. I raffic hazards are needless. Some of the haz- ards have existed for years; others have worsened in the past few months. These campus area streets maintain a heavy traffic How five days a week. How much longer can drivers and pedestrians put themselves in jeopardy? wmmk § ROSE SHARP Class-changing time is ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1971

* I V >?. j ' •? y • / •i v *1 I * " r '.i. H f * • «■ «> r < V" |! v * i i n 4 * ) * • •• I « . u A •I- Tussday. February 23,1971 C.E. Shu ford Voted VP Of Council C. E. Shuford, chairman of the journa- lism department, was elected vice-president of the Texas Journalism Education Coun- cil Saturday. The council, composed of the chairmen of 14 Texas journalism schools and depart- ments, will work to strengthen the journa- lism program in the state's colleges and uni- versities. There are an estimated 3,000 students across the state that are journalism majors, constituting 10 per cent of all college jour- nalism students in the nation. The officers were elected to serve for a year starting Sept. I.They include: C. J. L.eaho, Texas A&M, president; James H. Herring, Texas A&I, secretary; and Dean Wayne Danielson, University of Texas, treasurer. Named to the executive committee were Ron Farrar, Southern Methodist, and John Middagh, University of Texas at El Paso. Shufor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1971

:W*m' ;v" PAQC 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 23,1971 I m That's How It's Done Ron Newman, coach of the Dallas Tornados, shows North Texas soccer players some pointers. Tickets for the North Texas State Invitational Soc- cer Tournament, March 5-7, are now on sale at the University Store, the athletic box office in the Men's Building and various Denton businesses. —Photo by Russell Lewis Injuries, Delay Cause Wrestling Match Loss A lust minute cancellation and a lineup riddled by injuries resulted in a last place finish in the Ft. Hood tournament Saturday for the North Texas wrestling team. "We were ready to wrestle Texas A&M, but when they cancelled we had to wait an hour for Texas," Robert Maughan, sponsor and coach of the wrestling club, said. "The waiting definitely hurt us," Maughan said "We just weren't up for Texas." THE TOURNAMENT, which was scheduled to be four rounds of wrestling be- tween Ft. Hood, Texas A&M, the Univer- sity of Texas and North Texas, ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1971

> 1 . ■k « * * • The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR No. 76 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1971 **A" •7 « y t . • v <" • * t: Spring? An early spring has come to the foyer of the Social Sciences Build ing with the addition of several new plants and one artificial bird Issue Goes to Students Senate To Get No Vote On New Constitution By ELLEN MOORE AND DAVID LEWIS Daily Reporters During an argument over the powers of the USNT constitutional committee, Jim Deming, USNT president, and Maury Forman, committee chairman, explained to the USNT Senate Tuesday night that the proposed constitution will go directly to the students as a referendum when the document is completed instead of first sub- mitted for senate approval. Deming, who is also a member of the committee to draft a new constitution for student government, said the senate "will not have power to amend the proposed con- stitution but w ill have the power of recom- me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY MthVMr The North Texas Daily North Tw State Untvflty ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Otnton, Tax* i 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. Save Earth First Millions Spent While Poor Wait Why does the United States keep spending millions of dollars on the space program while millions of people never have enough to eat or a place to sleep? It is truly amazing that we can land a man on the moon and bring him back safely. Bringing back rock samples is a feat in itself. But how can a rock sample help feed a starving child? Can he eat it? That would be quite an expensive, and unappetizing, meal. Although we do not know everything we could know about the moon, how much more can we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1971

Wednesday, February 24,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE S y t I y ' ( * 4 ' t ' -I •r f British Society Honors 3 History Instructors Three members of the North Texas his- tory faculty were recently recognized by a British historical society for works they had published in I967 and I968. The educators are Dr. William A. Kam- man, Dr. Harry F. Snapp and Dr. Lee E. Huddleston. Their works were discussed in articles of the Annual Bulletin of Histori- cal Literature, a yearly publication of the Historical Association in England. The magazine recognizes works of signif- icance within historical circles. There is New Journal Probes Ideas For Teachers A new journal for social science educa- tion has been edited by a member of the education faculty and partially financed by the University. The first issue of the "Southwestern Journal of Social Education," the official journal of the Texas Council for Social Studies, was released last week. It was originated by Dr. Watt Black of the education ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, February 24.1071 Eagle Cage Attendance Takes Dive A glance at the figures shows that North Texas has played before a lot of empty seats this basketball season. Through 22 games, the Eagles have drawn 95,233 fans, an average of only 4,329 per game. The largest crowd they enter- tained was 13,264 at Purdue, while the smallest was at Southern Mississippi -500. The next highest attendance figures were 11,087 at Wichita State and 10,752 at Memphis State. Attendance on the road has easily outdistanced home figures. The Eagles have performed before 67,184 fans on for- eign courts—an average of 5,599 per con- test—while just 28,049 have attended the 10 home games at Men's Gym. The 4,500 seating capacity of Men's Gym is not going to rival that of Madison Square Garden, but even it hasn't been filled for a game this year. Six of the home games have gone over 3,000— St. Louis, 3,839; Bethel, 3,834; Wichita State, 3,743; Oklahoma Christian, 3,541; and Mem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1971

<f I ' 1 ' >1 ' '"'-I* . . 1 . V { 4 The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR No. 77 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1971 v ; I 1 ' :: ff- Prosecutor Uses Film In Duke, Haylon Case By TRACY MESLER AND JO MURPHY Daily Reporters A three-hour video tape of the Feb. 17 rally on the North Texas campus climaxed the prosecution's case Wednesday in the hearing of Elizabeth Ann Duke and David Haylon in the 158th District Court. Court was recessed until 9 a.m. Friday. THE TWO have been charged with con- tempt of court for allegedly failing to obey a temporary restraining order. Witnesses testified that after receiving the restraining order, Mrs. Duke and Haylon remained and spoke at the campus rally. This hearing will determine if the tem- porary order should be changed to a per- manent restraining order, as well as whether or not the pair is in contempt of court. II it is decided to make the order permanent, the two will not be able to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1971

WsL ' ■ if ' ' '■;; ■■'. '•' m*f;W 2—THE NORTH TKXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily S4th Ymt North T«m Stat* University Dmton. Tmm ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Thursday, February 26.1971 Draft Service Offers Aid to Students Center Attempts To Clear Confusion 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. Educational Politics Legislators Study UT-Dallas Bill... In a short time the Texas Legislature will be deciding on three issues that concern North Texas students, and most students in Texas. The three issues are raising tuition at state-supported colleges and universities; the authori- zation of $185 million in long-term tuition-backed bonds to help construct eight branches of the University of Texas and Texas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1971

nrfwv m: ■ t Thursday. February 26,1971 Cast Chosen For 'Jean' Performance The cast announcement has been made by Carl J. Marder of the speech and drama faculty for the University Players' produc- tion of the "Prime of Miss Jean Brodie." Dr. Marder will direct the play that runs from March 30 to April 4. Assisting the di- rector is Pal Muscanere, Arlington junior. The cast and their roles are: Gini Ellett, Hurst senior, as Jean Brodie; Risa Taub, Houston sophomore, Sandy; Kay Watson, Fort Worth freshman, Jenny; Sigrid Mu- reen, Dallas senior, Monica; Doy Steele, Grand Prairie freshman, Mary MacGregor; Carol Wren, Kilgore senior, Miss McKay; and Michael Lane, Dallas freshman, Teddy Lloyd. Also chosen were: Clay Newton, Denton junior, as Gordon Lowther; Harriet Boor- hem, Sherman sophomore, Sister Helena; David Evans, Garland sophomore, Mr. Perry; Barbara Lively, Riverside, Calif., sophomore. Miss Campbell; and Robert Westmoreland, Fort Worth senior, Mc- C ready. Others who will perfo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1971

PAQI4—THE NORTH TIXAS DAILY George Foster IIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIHIttllMltMllllllllimilllltltimiMIIIMII Ramsey Sees Bright Future For Steve Ramsey it's the second half of the season -this half in the classroom— and it should be quite a bit easier than the initial one last fall. Last fall he was one of 13 rookies to make the New Orleans Saint's roster, but spent most of the year on the taxi squad- not to be confused with the crew down at Yellow Cab Co. Now he is completing work toward a business degree. Ramsey may have wondered if he should- n't be majoring in speech and drama as every week he acted out the role of the Saint's opposing quarterback. "I think I could beat our own defense, I've played them so much," Ramsey said. UNDER NEW Head Coach J.D. Rob- erts, Ramsey expects to get a good shot at the starting quarterback slot next year. Veteran Bill Kilmer, last year's starter, has been traded to the Washington Red- skins. This is another step in Robert's re- building program toward a Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1971

If The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NO. 78 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1971 4 4 L * ■ * * 4 t' Legion Post 71 Claims Credit in Kamerick 'Oust' Parking Problems This year spring is bringing in a budding new crop of parking met ers along W Hickory Street in front of the Industrial Arts Build ing, the Auditorium Building and the Language Building The new meters now cover areas that were once free parking. —Staff Photos 4 i / I NEWS CAPSULES I J I i False Alarm Causes Maple Hall Evacuation Approximately 700 residents of Maple Hall were evacuated at I a.m. Thursday al- ter a lire alarm was pulled. "There was an alarm but no lire and no reason for the alarm, so we're cheeking on it," Mrs. Pamela Winfrey. Maple Hall director, said Jack Goble, detective sergeant of the Campus Police, was called when it was cer- tain there was no fire. He had dusted the fire alarm boxes with a purple-red florescent paint that easily rubbs off about...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 41 M Friday, February 26,1971 The North Texas Daily 64th Ymt North Taxes Stat* Uni varsity Danton, Tax a* ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Czech Declares Democracy Su perior Graduate Student Lived Under Hitler, Communists TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements ol 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. Time To Notice Fraternities Need Housing Bargain With all the commotion about parking regulations and required housing for freshman and sophomore men and women, one group on the North Texas campus has been completely overlooked with all the confusion. The North Texas fraternities have a drastic housing problem. It is not one of overcroding. According to figures released by the Interfraternity Council (IFC), only three o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1971

Friday, February 26,1971 i . I Music Notes- Exes Honor Brown Just About Done! A worker assembles shelving as work on the new library nears comple- tion. Officials hope to have the library open after Easter —Staff Photo Around the Campus Faculty Exhibits Art; Show Opens Sunday Works of North Texas art teachers will be featured in the 1971 Faculty Exhibition beginning Sunday. The formal opening is scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. in the gallery. The show will be on display from l> a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays until March 20. MISS SUZANNE ADAMS, MISS CHERYL BELLI S, MISS LORRAINE HERGER, MRS. CLAUDIA BETH, MIKE CUNNINGHAM, RICHARD DAVIS, MRS. LORNA FRANCES, RU- DOLPH FUCHS, ED GREER, KEN HAVIS and WILFRED HIGGINS are among those featuring work in the show. Others are DR. JAMES JOHNSON, DR. GEORGIA LEAC H, MRS. COR- RINE MARQUIS, I)R. WILLIAM Mc- CARTER, MRS. MIC KEY McC ARTER, JAMES RICHARDS, DON SCAGGS, DON SCHOL, HENRY WHIDDON, MRS. LYANE WILLEY and DR. RON- ALD WILLIAMS. The show includes p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Friday, February 26,1971 & Harlem Aces The 1970-71 version of the Harlem Globetrotters will perform their brand of humor in Men's Gym Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $4, $3.50 and $3. Other attrac- tions will entertain at halftime. Team members on the back row from left to right are Jerry Variable, Joe Cun- ningham. Mel Davis and Theodis Lee. On the back row from left to right are Hubert Ausbie, Dallas Thornton, Pablo Robertson, Bob (Showboat) Hall and Howard Smith. Eight Teams To Compete In Tourney With preliminaries over, eight area high school teams will face off in the University Interscholastic League Region II basketball tournament Saturday in the Men's Gym. Highlighting the action will be the AA first round which pits defending champion Hughes Springs against Waco Midway. The two teams put 27-1 and 30-1 records respectively on the line in a 1:15 p.m. game. Brownsboro (21-10) will meet former re- gional and state champion Fort Worth Kirkpatric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1971

vw-wmp, The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 79 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1971 ■ f ) Duke To Take Dismissal to Court Following Board Action on Appeal By TERRY KELLY Daily Editor Elizabeth Ann Duke will take her dis- missal as a graduate teaching fellow from North Texas to court. The decision was announced after Mrs. Duke's appeal to the Board of Regents for reinstatement failed. Chairman A.M. Willis announced Friday that the board "unan- iomously voted to uphold the decision of the President's Cabinet" to withdraw her teaching fellowship for "conduct unbecom- ing a faculty member" at a rally last sum- mer. Mrs. Duke said Monday that she didn't know when the suit would be filed, but it will be "pretty soon." Friday her attorneys called for her reinstatement as a teaching fellow, awarding of damages and back pay and reinstatement as a doctoral student with "all rights." They said this is what the suit would seek. AI.SO AT THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1971

i P>$SP IP 1 -yfo ,,">fr\' ' , S? ' f"n\ $/$wr 12—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. March 2.1971 The North Texas Daily 64th Yw North Thm btat* University Denton. Taxai ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Big Thicket Offers Diversity Industry Threatens Biological Wilderness 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. Regardless of Outcome Pullback Helped By Laos Invasion South Vietnamese troops have invaded Laos in recent weeks with the aid of massive air strikes and air support by United States forces. The stated purpose of this invasion is to cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail, the only supply route to South Vietnam and Cambodia used by the North Vietnamese soldiers. Critics in the United States have rapped President...

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