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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1977

r Tuesday, February 15, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 t i << i t 7 O'Clock Lab Band Gives Concert Tonight The 7 O'Clock Lab Band will present a jazz concert tonight at 6:30 in the One O'Clock Lounge of the University Union, said Sparky Koerner, band con- ductor. "The band will perform eight numbers, one of which was written by ex-lab band member Jeff Sturges," Koerner said. This arrangement, "South Shore," will be the first of the concert Alvin Toffler To Discuss Women, Roles Alvin Toffler, author of "Future Shock," will discuss the 21st Century at the Twelfth Annual Symposium of The Education of Women for Social and Political Leadership, to be held at SMU Feb. 24 and 25. The topic for the symposium is "Images for the Future: Institutions, the Individual and Power" and will consist of lectures and workshop sessions con- cerning the future and women. Marcia Gillespie, editor of "Essence" magazine, will discuss what patterns will emerge for women in the next 50 years and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1977

« •; ■ • '• ••• • ; . • BJWBBBMBWWWBMWyWW JWft!^wlP.i.. I '.] PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 15. 1977 f if Si ii Form-Fitting BathtubsTake Shape In Energy Conservationists' Plan WASHINGTON (AP)—Americans could Find themselves bathing in form- fitting bathtubs in the near future as the nation seeks ways to conserve its dwindl- ing energy supply, three energy experts say. Supermarkets and throwaway packages may disappear and houses and cars will be smaller. These were some of the ideas three energy conservationists predicted for the future as the nation becomes energy con- scious. WHEN THE changes will occur, and whether they will be voluntary or by government decree, is less clear, they said. "There are three things Americans do to waste more energy than any other people on earth," said Dr. Bruce Han- non of the University of Illinois. "They eat big steaks, drive big cars and live in big houses. All of that must change." Hannon, University of Illinois researcher Sei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1977

Tuesday, February 15, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 \ J u * I 1 4 [j if I Tax Aims at Discouraging Unhealthy; Costly Lifestyles NEW YORK (AP)—A tax on in- dividuals whose eating-drinking habits and lifestyles have the potential of driv- ing up the nation's health-care '•os'r is being advocated by a prominent doctor and public health official. Although he didn't say how the tax might be levied, Dr. Kerr White, who made the proposal, said it would en- courage sound health-care habits. IN A PAPER prepared for a con- ference Monday on Future Directions in Health Care, White said that change in personal behavior would reduce the risks and costs of many common dis- orders. "We can start with hand-washing after elimination, avoiding excessive caloric intake, abstaining from alcohol consumption before driving, using automobile seat belts, getting adequate rest, taking regular exercise and avoiding tobacco smoke," he said. Asked if his proposal wouldn't be construed as an invasion of p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1977

v£ '* • PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. February 15. 1977 Titans Blast Green By 119-90, Shatter NCAA Tournament Hope •, • ! Ss "nififiiiiiih J11 r i i Photo by TfcRHY WOO TEN Weasel Drives Weasel Johnson escapes the reach of Oral Roberts' Arnold Dug- ger in Saturday's contest with the Titans. However, Dugger and Co. made life miserable for NT, delivering a 113-90 country lickin' that ended the Green's hopes of making the NCAA playoffs. By BOBBY REHM Sports Editor TULSA, Okla.—Oral Roberts University (ORU), led by Anthony Roberts' 45 points, ran away from the Eagles 113-90 Saturday and took with it any North Texas NCAA tournament hopes. Following the game, Coach Bill Blakeley said he didn't think there would be any chance of NT's receiving a bid. "We got whipped every way we could get whipped," Blakeley said. "We showed absolutely no character at all." NT NEVER came within 10 points of the Titans, after letting them jump to an 8-0 lead in the opening minutes. This opening bur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1977

v ,^vrw ; I The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 73 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1977 wMmH "Ah** Nolen Announces New Policies On Weather, Refunds, Holidays Photo by CHARLIE COLE Beats Walkin' David Lowe, Denton senior, lies low as he goes from class to class on his skateboard. All he has to do is look out for the chuck holes. By MARILYN ROBINSON Daily Reporter The February issue of the President's Bulletin includes new policies on closing of NT during extreme weather condi- tions, on refunds and ID card return and the granting of an extra employe holiday during spring break. The policy on closing of the university during extreme weather conditions was adopted by the President's Cabinet Feb. 7. IT STATES that NT will remain open during severe weather unless conditions are such that the majority of students, faculty and staff members are unable to travel on city streets and other pas- sageways leading to the campus, or un- less a fuel curtailment ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1977

HP ■■ . . / ' PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial News Sources Merit Praise News sources are the lifeblood of a newspaper. Without people, to get information from and attribute information to, there would be no news- papers. Here at NTSU, there are approximately 17,000 persons (faculty, staff and students) from who The Daily can get its information. Last week. The Dai- ly directly or indirectly attributed information contained in articles to about 200 of these persons (not including the many persons who provided in- formation for stories that were not printed or who wrote letters to The Daily). Without these people, there would have been no Daily. During my experience with The Daily, 1 have found it to be a rare case when a member of the university community is not willing to talk to a reporter or a member of The Daily staff. This at- titude not only helps the news source get his infor- mation published, but it helps the reporters, many of whom are getting their first experi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1977

Wednesday, February 16, 1977 Visitor Finds Dream Working With Clay By FRANK DUTY Daily Reporter Creative hammers rapping and the scraping sounds of industrious wood- sanders can be heard in the Arts and Crafts Center at the University Union now that numerous handicraft courses have begun there. However, for the first few weeks of school almost the only sound audible in the small corner of the Union was the slosh of wet, messy clay and the sound of a potter's wheel. Heidi Kahlert, wife of visiting physics professor Dr. Harlmut Kahlert from Austria, had discovered her "dream" in the Arts and Crafts Center and visits there every day for several hours to work at the potter's wheel. MRS. KAHLERT goes to the center from about 11 a.m., when it opens, until about 2:30 p.m. She leaves in time to pick up her children from Denton's Stonewall Jackson Elementary School. She works with pottery from the basic spinning of the wheel to glazing her finished clay products. "We do not have workshops li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1977

, • ■ • - • • *.■' • 1 1 PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY i Cajun Mardi Gras Brews Gumbo With Song, Beer MAMOU, La. (AP)—Folks in this Cajun area say they know how to celebrate Mardi Gras the way it's sup- posed to be done. The way they do it dates back to the first settlers—French and Spanish. It gets a bit hectic and it's beginning to draw big crowds of tourists. FAT TUESDAY—Country Style— begins Tuesday with brightly costumed horsemen riding from farm to farm through Evangeline Parish. The group is trailed by wagons loaded with cold beer and an energetic band of Cajun fiddlers and accordion players. The group pauses to dance, sing and sometimes pursue an innocent bystander watching the fun—that is, if the bystander happens to be female. A tourist at last year's celebration was standing in a country road watching Conferees To Study Vocational Education By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter Faculty and administration represen- tatives will attend the Governor's Conference on Technical-Vo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1977

f i Wednesday. February 16, 1977 Portillo Visit May Cause Alien Entry SAN YSIDRO, Calif. (AP)—The talks between President Carter and Mex- ico's President Jose Lopez Portillo may be causing an unprecedented border rush by illegal aliens, a U.S. Border Patrol official said Tuesday. He said an increasing flow of illegal aliens from Mexico in recent weeks could be due to fear that the Mexican government plans to stop it. The Border Patrol caught almost 500 illegal aliens Monday night and more than 2,000 during January in the 10- mile-wide border corridor south of San Diego. At least four times that many may be reaching the border from the south, the official estimated. "The illegal border-crossing rate is es- calating pretty fast," said W.E. Baze, deputy chief patrol agent for the Chula Vista sector. "We expect February ap- prehensions to be higher. Many of the il- legals (aliens) are concerned that talks between President Carter and President Portillo concerning border problems may tig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1977

\ ■■ Wednesday Fobruary 16. 1977 teJt'iMi ■«fc . •' ■ ii ] i. PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Dallas Slides Past NT \ In Muddy Rugby Match By RICHARD DAY Daily Reporter In a game that resembled more of a mud bath than a rugby match, the Rug- by Club lost its second North Texas Rugby Union (NTRU) cup match to the Dallas Harlequins 8-4 Saturday on the Fouts Field practice field. Throughout the scoreless first half the ball was consistently in the Dallas end of TWC Hands NT Women 61-50 Loss FORT WORTH—The NT women cagers suffered a tough 61-50 loss to Texas Wesleyan College (TWC) Tues- day in Fort Worth, but the game was closer than the score indicates. The Mean Green women battled even- ly with their hosts until six minutes left in the game when they lost their third player to fouls. With the score knotted at 44-44, Lisa Angus became the third NT player to foul out. Althea Toliver, who had 12 points for NT, and Aundra Sheppard also committed five personals. Texas Wesleyan pulled away i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1977

"wmm Council Approves Rate Cut By DARRELL GOOLSBEE, Daily Reporter Owners of all-electric homes will get a break on their winter utility bills. A half-cent per kilowatt hour reduction was approved by the Denton City Council Tuesday. The price reduction, from the city-owned electric plants, covers December, January and February payment periods. Consumers will be charged a base rate of 1.35 cents per kilowatt hour on all use over 700 kilowatt hours instead of the current 1.85 cent rate. The recommendation, made by the Utility Board during a special meeting with the council, cuts the 12.5 per cent required by bond agreements to be paid into a reserve for expansion from the total utility payment of all-electric users for the three-month period. The city's 982 all-electric customers, approximately seven per cent of all users, will have their rates refigured by the city and be credited the excess amount on their March bill. "We're not making any profit on this," Mayor Elinor Hughes said. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1977

..... | r !aj".,. ..'<i***.. ! —P PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. February 17, 1977 Simple Party Becomes a Major Production Everyone knows that parties are terrifically fun to go to, so they must be fun to give, right? At least that's '.vhat you tell yourself right in the middle of "I Love Lucy" the afternoon you decide to have a party. It seems simple. Just invite a few friends over, buy some potato chips and beer and you've got your party. PHASE ONE: the guest list. You decide 16 is a good number to shoot for and you begin. Let's see, there's Beth and Jill, but you can't invite them without asking Sylvia and Ruth to come. Then there's oF Bob, and no party's complete without Dick and Joe. You end up with 37 people you HAVE to invite. So you say to yourself, "We'll just have to buy a little more food and drink. Everything will be great." Phase Two: shopping. You gleefully wheel down the aisles of the grocery store, loading your basket with junk food. The cashier sees you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1977

1 (M * ' Thursday, February 17, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE Facilities Disturb Mordine Dancers By CAROLYN CLARK Daily Reporter Visiting dancer Shirley Mordine said Wednesday that the facilities being used for her troupe's performance tonight at 8:15 are a disgrace to North Texas. The Mordine Dance Company perfor- mance was originally scheduled in the University Theatre but because of con- flicts with drama department produc- Free U Starts Registration On Monday Free University of Denton will hold registration next week for courses of- fered this semester, Jeannie Kotowski, director, said Wednesday. Free University is offered to students and to the community by the United Ministry Center (UMC). Some courses have a registration fee. Registration will be Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Monday and Wednesday night from 6 to 10 at the UMC. Persons may register at the main foyer of Wooten Hall Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Some classes will begin Feb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1977

, '' . . r- ., > t' tf-jSwIHRSw PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 17, 1977 / Arty Architecture Wooten Hall served as an example of progressive, local architecture for Denton architect Isabella Miller dur- ing her slide show to the American Society of Interior Design. Mrs. Miller said the stairs in Wooten Hall (left) are a "welcome change from steep and narrow stairs." Photos by TERRY WOOTEN L,v. Miller Displays Local Architecture Directors To Study M useum Problems Dr. Barbara Butler, director of the Museum, will attend a meeting of the Texas Association of Museums (TAM) along with Mrs. Pattilou Cobb, curator of the Daughter's of American Revolu- tion (DAR) Museum at TWU, Wednes- day through Friday in Austin. Linda Lavender, research assistant at the Museum, said the meeting would at- tempt to make Texas legislators more aware of the problems that state museums are facing. Ms. Lavender will accompany Dr. Butler to the meeting. Ms. Lavender said each of the represe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1977

) • W $PPP. jfs! Lv / LjV. X \b r- Thursday, February 17, 1977 Fraternity Sets Friday Deadline Friday is the deadline to apply for membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, national business honors fraternity, Dr. Suzanne McWhorter of the business faculty said Wednesday. "Election to Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest scholastic honor that a stu- dent in business administration can earn," she said. "It is comparable to membership in Phi Beta Kappa in the Arts and Sciences. Beta Gamma Sigma is ac- credited by the American Association of Colleges and Schools of Business, and membership is limited to the top 10 per cent of the class," she added. Application for membership is open to undergraduate students having at least 75 semester hours and graduate students. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required for juniors and graduating seniors. Graduating master of business ad- ministration (MBA) candidates are re- quired to have a minimum 3.5 GPA and a minimum 3.2 GPA on their bachelor of business administration ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1977

PpSl SSSSKW? ' - If 1 1^— PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Winless Rugby Club Plays w F I Dallas Medics Saturday Photo by CHARLIE COLE Going For Two Loren Ferre, Denton Graduate Student, throws one up to help the Speech team to win 42-40 over Stu- Affairs Division. The NT Rugby Club will be looking for its first victory of the season Satur- day at I p.m. when it hosts the Dallas Medics on the Fouts Field practice field. "This should be a good game because they beat us 4-0 last semester on a last second try," Butch Bernier, HI Paso senior, said. The Dallas Medics are made up of Baylor Mcdical School stu- dents and a few foreign players. "If we play as well as we did against the Harle- quins Saturday, we will win easily," he said. "If the weather holds out the field Coach Fry To Release Recruit List A list of high school football players who have signed letters to play football for NT will be released by Head Coach Hayden Fry today, according to Bruce Howard of the Sports Informa- tion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 75 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1977 h) // Hii 1 f ■ I Smyth Voices Support For Tuition Refund Bill By CAROL COURSEY Daily Reporter Raoul Smyth, Student Association (SA) president, said Thursday he was "extremely supportive" of a bill in the Texas Legislature that would standar- dize tuition refunds to students. The hill was introduced Tuesday by State Sen. Jack Ogg, D-Houston. "Under the bill, students who drop courses within the first two weeks of a semester would be assured a full tuition refund," Sen. Ogg said in a news release. The bill also provides a uniform re- fund rate to students who are forced to withdraw from school. "With the number of students who have changing Association Extends Deadline for Concert The Student Association (SA) Thursday night voted to appropriate $2,500 toward a rock concert, extending the contract deadline from Feb. 15 to March 3. The SA, Jan. 27, allocated $4,000 for the conce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1977

Friday, February 18, 1977 1 , I ■ I Marijuana Use in Dormitories Increases By JOHN MARCHESE, Dally Reporter Despite state laws making it a crime punishable by fine, and university rules forbidding it with threat of expulsion, marijuana is smoked in every dormitory on campus, with the knowledge if not the approbation of dormitory officials. There is no effective way to stop it, the officials believe. The reasons are many and varied: room privacy regulations effectively guard a student from unreasonable search; the resident assistant (RA), the "grass roots" level of university authority in dorms, sometimes is lax in his enforcement; and the student has devised ingenious ways to circumvent its dis- covery. BUT IN MOST cases the student bucks the odds when smoking marijuana in a dorm room. "It's not a matter of if they are caught," said one RA, "It's a matter of when." Nevertheless, students get away with smoking. In one dormitory a student has devised a pipe fashioned from a beer bottl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1977

V i 1 * I Friday, February 18, 1977 ^Fiddler' Cast To Include NT Members Roles cast for the Denton County Music Association's (DCMA) produc- tion of "Fiddler on the Roof' include members of the NT faculty, staff and students, Dr. Steven Farish of the music faculty said Wednesday. The lead role of Tevye will be played by Dr. Farish, who is the show's producer. Dr. Farish was precast in December, and said he still needs to learn how to dance. HODEL, ONE of Tevye's daughters, will be played by Pamela Hamblin, Bridgeport graduate student. Kathryn Headrick, financial aid assistant, will play Tzeitel, another of Tevye's daughters. Terry Fern, Denton graduate student, will play Lazar Wolf, the butcher who wants to marry Tzeitel. Frumma-Sarrah, the deceased wife of Lazar Wolf, will be played by Francette Milligan, recorder for the registrar and director of admis- sions. Perchick, the Russian student who falls in love with Hodel, will be played by Karl Brinkman, Denton senior. Steven Wright,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1977

w' 11 I i ''"aKL PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 18. 1977 Brannon Finds Husband, | Involvement in Campaigns By KATHY ANDERSON Daily Reporter Being involved with Young Democrats (YDs) for four years has in- troduced Nancy Brannon to various things, including conventions and her husband. As a graduate student in political science, Mrs. Brannon became involved with YDs in 1973 and is the national committeewoman to represent the state at the national Executive Committee meetings. The national committee serves as the governing body between conven- tions. In 1975, she campaigned for a can- didate running for state president of YDs, Bill Brannon, whom she later mar- ried. In August of 1975, Mrs. Brannon at- tended the YDs national convention in St. Louis, Mo. One phase of her job at the convention was to schedule the YDs caucus. While working with her commit- tee, President Jimmy Carter, who was new to the political scene at the time, came in and spoke to the group. Mrs. Br...

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