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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1971

I 7 ' ' • ' 5 >'' ,'<■ fi.:™ r ! II ' ■ 'S i i I t Tuesday, March 2.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Around the Campus Mime To Conduct i Movement Classes Samuel Avital, a celebrated mime who appeared Friday night at the Burning Bush Coffee House, will conduct a series of "To- tal Theater" classes at the United Minis- tries Building at 1501 Maple. The first session, scheduled lor Friday at 7:30 p.m., will be followed by six or eight Debate Team Wins Meet, 3 Trophies Blit/.ing through the tournament and capturing three trophies, the North Texas debate team came away from Durant, Okla., with the most points in competition. In the meet hosted by Southeast Okla- homa, the debate team placed five of its six entrants. Jerry Roemisch, Dallas sophomore, was , awarded the first place trophy for extem- poraneous speaking while Tim Herron, Dallas sophomore, ranked fourth. Gregg Hartney, Wichita Falls sophomore, took third place in oratory and Cliff McKensie, Dallas freshman, came in righ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1971

i \ '* ^WmmM PAG I4—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY Tuesday, Miroh 2.1971 Drake Faces Eagles, 'Worst Crowd' in Pit By GEORGE FOSTER Associate Sports Editor Drake comes to the Pit tonight at 7 with a lame-duck coach, but everything else is "right on" for the Bulldogs. This will be the last appearance lor Maury John as Drake head coach before "the worst crowd in the nation." Last week he announced that he was accepting the head coaching job at Iowa State next year. But the Bulldogs have him for the pres- ent, plus enough talent in their lineup to bring an 8-5 Missouri Valley Conference mark into the game. ' ALL-MVC choice Jeff Halliburton leads Drake, but is ably backed by 6-8 center Tom Bush, 6-7 transfer Leon Huff, 6-1 guard Bobby Jones, and floor general, 6-1 Al Sakys. MVC CHART By the Associated Press Season Team W L Pet. Pi*. OP Louisville IK 6 750 2108 1844 x-Nev* Mexico State 19 7 .731 2110 1865 Memphis Stale 18 7 720 2119 1968 x-West Texas State 18 7 .720 2028 1819 Drake 18 7 .720 2022 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1971

V The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NO. 80 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 3. 1971 / ■j !/ ffibi Senate Votes Support To Speech Freedoms Snow Marches In Big. wet snowflakes fell and covered Denton with a white blanket Tuesday night after receiving .15 inches of rain Tuesday morning. The temperature drastically dropped from a spring-like high of 63 degrees Monday to a low Tuesday at 10:30 p.m. of 28 degrees. —Photo by Cody Curry By ELLEN MOORE AND DAVID LEWIS Daily Reporters USNT Senate Tuesday night passed a "freedom of speech" resolution supporting Elizabeth Ann Duke and David 11 ay Ion "in their right to freedom of speech." The resolution written by S. Ross Wis- dom, Arlington freshman, was introduced and passed after Wisdom withdrew a mo- tion calling for the senate to override a bill vetoed by Jimmy Denting, USNT presi- dent. The veto bill would have given USNT support to the Feb, 17 rally. In other business the senate: • Passe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1971

[2—TNI NORTH TIXAS DAILY Wednesday. March 3.1971 The North Texas Daily M*Yo« North Ti Stato Untyoraity Denton. T«u« 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. Parking Crowded Reasons Valid For New Meters Many students who usually park on the north side of the campus noticed Friday and Monday that they can no longer park in their favorite spots. Parking meters have been installed along sections of Hickory Street and Avenues A and B. With these 30-minute meters, it is no longer possible for students to park in these areas while in class. Bill Moore, city traffic engineer, said the meters were installed for two reasons. The business establishments in the area were having trouble...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1971

1m I ■ y. * « X >' i i Wednesday. March 3,1971 Drama Review 'Dream' Superb Opening Night By DON BUCHANAN Special Writer March snow may seem inappropriate for "A Midsummers Night's Dream," but the University Players' production stands as dazzling as white drills. There is such de- lightful evidence of imagination in the vis- ual effects that missing a few of Shakes- peare's marvelous lines (simply because (here are so many) becomes unimportant. The love stories are so delicate that the magical effects of the complicated staging clarify points in the complex plotting. George L. Kittredge believed the play to be Shakespeare's supreme achievement in plot construction, making a two-and-a- half hour version doubly difficult. The ma- ture love of Oberon and Titania provides a base upon which the silly, youthful roman- ces of Hermia-Lysander and Demetrius- Helena can be comically exploited. DR. STANLEY k. Hamilton has di- rected some amusing seduction and quar- rel scenes between the two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1971

1 * > PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Bob Campbell ItllMltltHltlMlltMUIIIIiltilHIUIHII Attitude Daniel's Competitive sports uppeal to people be- cause there is a winner and a loser. One side goes away happy and the other sad. It's that simple. To the average spectator, the spoils ol victory or the pain ol defeat is impersonal. He might muse over a favorite team's loss with a friend or two, but that"> it. Even the sportswriter, whose trade gives him license to tramp through dressing rooms and swap quips with a Namath or a Unitas, seldom shares the inner feelings of an athlete. LAST WEEK, however, standing less than five feet from a tired, discouraged Terry Daniels not 10 minutes removed from a tough, nose-to-nose fight which he lost by decision to Tony Doyle the stark reality of defeat became at once personal. The 25-year-old former North Texas student sat slumped in a chair next to his consoling wife, and with tears rolling down his bruised, scraped cheek, talked ol his loss to n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1971

s ' • X r ■ ' . House Bill To Double In-State Fee Legislature Tentatively Approves Rate of $7 per Semester Hour AUSTIN (AP) The Texas House Wednesday tentatively approved, 96-49, a bill more than doubling state college tuition for Texas residents and increasing it more than triple lor non-residents. Final House action on the tuition in- crease bill is expected Thursday. SPONSORED BY Rep. Grant Jones of Abilene, the bill sets resident tuition at $7 per semester hour for residents and $47 per semester hour for non-residents. Jones' measure originally provided a $9 per semester hour resident tuition fee, but the House voted 89-52 for an amendment by Rep. Tom Uher of Bay City reducing it to $7. Uher's amendment did not affect non- resident tuition. A RESIDENT would pay $105 a semes- ter and a non-Texas $705, if he carried the normal course load of 15 semester hours. Current tuition rates are $50 for resi- dents and $200 for non-residents, set by the legislature in 1957. The original bil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■KM Thursday. March 4,1071 K. C. Calhoun. USNT Vice-President •1V (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 DIALOGUE with K.C. Calhoun, vice- president of USNT.) DAILY: You have said that you "do not value the office of vice-president." Is that correct? CALHOUN: I don't value it from a standpoint of leadership because you can- not be an effective leader unless you repre- sent something to or for somebody else. I am striving to fulfill the responsibilities of vice-president of USNT by doing what l can to initiate a positive change on this university. When I say I don't value the office of vice-president, I am saying the vice-president's responsibilities are not something I want to be but they are some- thing I want to do. DAILY: Since assuming office, have you taken steps to bridge the communication gap you said existed between the legisl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1971

'V m Thursday, March 4.1971 Group Picks Dr. McCain For Officer Dr. Jerry C. McCain of the industrial arts faculty, was elected president of the Texas Industrial Arts Association last Fri- day when the 24th annual Industrial Teach- er's Conference met at Texas A&M Uni- versity. Dr. McCain just served a term as vice- president of the organization. The association is composed of 18 region- al divisions in which the University spon- sors the North Texas regional association. This region covers about 14 counties, and North Texas has sponsored its region ever since the organization began. Dr. McCain said that North Texas will host the regional meeting March 30, at which the industrial arts department will exhibit new equipment during an open house. North Texas has three faculty members in addition to Dr. McCain participating in the organization. Dr. John V. Richards was elected editor of the association's pub- lication; Dr. Harl Blanton, chairman of the North Texas industrial arts dep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1971

' * ': ■- . ■■ , v, nnHT : ■ ;■j "1 :/■ - .... ... .,,1^., r ip —mniiicwan prsgm wwraspi ■ : ■ :-sV?"' ■W',; PA014—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ww ■■ Helping Hand Judy Sanford, Carthage junior, pulls down this ball for North Texas in the recent TWU tournament. Lanette Bond (22), Houston sophomore, and Elaine Beidleman (20), Burleson junior, stand ready for action. The Eaglettes' game with Temple was canceled because of bad weather. They travel to Wichita Falls for a meet this weekend. — Photo by Kit Brooking Sanford Nets 20 Cagers Stomp SMU The women's basketball team defeated SMU Monday night, 49-31, Judy Sanford, Carthage junior, led the victory with a 20 point effort. Lanette Bond, Burleson junior, followed with nine points. I he scheduled game with Temple Tues- day night was called off because of incle- ment weather. The team now has an 8-3 record. The team will travel to Midwestern Uni- HERO SANDWICH Lunch Treat Sold By The Inch - 10c an Inch On French Loaf With Baked Ham, Salami, Bol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1971

■ a M mi wvffilSip >"' :. V H Xi' J:!'' '.i i #•' The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat $1* 64TH YEAR NO. 82 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1971 < t J > 4 " I •' c V | • Permanent Injunction Set Against Mrs. Duke, Haylon Name Change Alan Clinkinbeard. Dallas senior, carefully letters the sign post of the Library Building with its new name. Information Sciences The old Library Building will officially become the location of the Information Sciences when the new Library opens. —Photo by Kara Lee Selman By JO MURPHY and TRACY MESLER Daily Reporters Elizabeth Ann Duke Thursday was held in contempt of court and sentenced to one day in jail as a result of her failure to obey a court order. David Haylon was held in contempt of court for violation of a different court order and sentenced to three days ;n jail. DISTRICT JUDGE Robert Scofield also ordered a permanent injunction issued against the two. Although Mrs. Duke said that she felt it was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1971

PAQII—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily North Thm Stat* University ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Friday. March 8,1971 Danton. Taxaa Grad Student Owns Many Talents Jordan's Top Female Student Seeks Doctorate TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Editorial statements or 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. Speakers Rebuked Speech Not Free At Demonstration The recent demonstration was a farce. It was just a few people playing at having a demonstration. The demonstrators proved that they were narrow-minded and unwilling to listen to anything they did not want to hear. When they opened the micro- phone to speakers, it was supposed to be open to anyone who had anything they wanted to say. It was not. When anything was said that the others did not want to h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1971

I i ■ I u i . i Friday. March 6.1971 Around the Campus UB To Show Ring Displays Rings, rings and more class rings. ROBERT F. SWEATMON, assistant manager of the University Store, said ring companies will he showing this year's de- signs and setting variations to graduating students in the lobby of the UB soon. "JOSTEN'S will be here March I7-I9, and BALFOUR April I-2," Sweatmon said. l)R. S.J. NORTON of the chemistry faculty will discuss his recent research on the synthesis of the amino acid Sertonin at this Friday's faculty research seminar. Dr. Norton's research here at North Texas is aimed at uncovering the make-up and synthesis of this hormone-like sub- stance which, "may be linked to psychic or mental behavior and cardie operation." The seminar is scheduled to begin at noon in the Game Room of Marquis Hall. An informal luncheon will precede the seminar with food available from the lunch line. The Kappa Delta sorority has planned a weekend of tests and conferences to be con- duct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1971

•i •• •' ..v.- PAQK 4— NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■racksters To Compete In Arlington North Texas tracksters will be competing against Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) schools for the first time this year at the Arlington Invitational Relays this week- end. New MVC members New Mexico State and West Texas State—along with Bay- lor, Arkansas, UT-Arlington and Okla- homa State University—are entered. NORTH TEXAS— which placed second there last year—will depend heavily on their recent outstanding performers. Vernon Evans, with an outstanding per- formance at the Fort Worth "Rec" meet last weekend, is entered in three events— the sprint, mile relays and the open quar- ter. Tom Hess will be trying for his third straight victory in the three-mile. He won last week at the "Rec" meet in 14:21.0, as he lapped most of the field in his special- ty. THERE SHOULD also be a heated contest between nationally-ranked Dennis Stephens and freshman Don Everett, both of North Texas, in the half-mile. Stephens has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1971

•!-T9BfWr=" . WMfiW Tuition Hike May Decrease Out-Of-State Musicians -u ? V*1 f e k r By HARRIET GREANEY Special Writer if the Texas Legislature approves the pro- posed tax bill which will nearly triple non- resident tuition, the School of Music will he in danger of losing many students. "If I were Mr. Breeden, I wouldn't be able to sleep at nights," Richard D. Du- Pree of the music faculty said last week. And Leon Breeden, who directs the lab bands in the School of Music, admits that he doesn't. About 60 per cent of the students who play in the lab bands this semester are out-of-state students, and Breeden is wor- ried that, if the tuition increase is passed, many of the musicians will not be able to continue at North Texas. The Texas House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to raise tuition at four-year col- leges by determining tuition per credit hour. Texas residents would pay $7 per semester hour and nonresidents $47 per semester hour. Carrying a normal course load of IS hours, a re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. March 9.1971 Committee Reveals USNT Constitution The key to student involvement in the policy making of this university lies on the remainder of this page as the Daily prints the text of a proposed USNT Constitution. Two public hearings on the constitution have been set for 4 p.m. Wednes- day and Thursday in the Business Administration Auditorium. Only the most naive would insist that words provide adequate framework for student responsibility in the affairs of this university. But words the words we hope you will read—provide a beginning in con- verting a university from the fantasia of rhetoric into a reasonable spokes- man for the student. Read it carefully. Comment on it, if necessary, at the scheduled hearings. And make your final decision at the upcoming referendum. It's a beginning what kind of beginning depends on you. — DAILY STAFF CONSTITUTION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY We, the Students of North Texas S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1971

Tuesday, March 9, 1971 ■> i I i j ( i I. I t ! f v } Mrs. Colegrove Wins Award in Journalism THi NORTH TEXAS DAIi Mrs. Barbara Colegrove of the North Texas journalism faculty is one of six area women chosen to receive a Matrix Award from the Dallas professional chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, national honorary jour- nalism society. Mrs. Colegrove was chosen for her contributions in the field of jour- nalism teaching. Grad Recital Scheduled Thursday Lawson Hager, Abernathy graduate stu- dent, will be featured soloist when the Fes- tival of Brass Literature Series presents a recital at 5 p.m. Thursday in the Music Recital Hall. This will be one of the recitals required of Hager to receive his master's degree with a major in French horn. The recital will begin with "Concerto No. 1, K. 412" by Mozart. Hager will be ac- companied by James Gardner, Amarillo senior, on the piano. The second number, "Largo and Alle-, gro" by Arthur Frackenpohl, will also fea- ture Hager accompanied by Gardne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1971

*l'Wys***£*&■**■* wto>•'ty&Mtnh**.: "prTTym nn m nit ura a jiiwwni —sic PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Pv'v: Basketball Ends, Spring Training Begins Eagles Train for '71, MVC Race Backs Up Daily Poll By CARTER CROMWELL Daily Reporter In late November, when the Daily polled the Missouri Valley coaches on the out- come of the conference race, all agreed the Valley would be extremely balanced and that picking the eventual champion would be rough. How right they were. The coaches finally came up with the following predictions: Louisville would be the titlist, narrowly beating Drake, with Tulsa a close third. Wichita rounded out the first division, while Bradley, North Texas, St. Louis and Memphis State com- prised the second division. What happened? This Thursday, Louisville, Drake and St. Louis will begin a three-way playoff for the title. All are tied with 9-5 records. Memphis State, the consensus choice for last, finished fourth and was in the race until the last day of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1971

* ► *I \ II The North Texas 54TH YEAR No. 84 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 10. 1971 'J Senate Considers Bill; Dissension Stalls Action Transplant These students and City of Denton workmen were among the 100 people who showed up Tuesday to help transplant eight trees. The trees would otherwise be destroyed by future construction. Work will continue today to uproot the trees for transplanting in locations throughout Denton and the North Texas campus. —Photo by Larry Reese Drug Arrests Skyrocket Police Give Credit to Informants By JO MURPHY Daily Reporter In 1965, there were 56 drug arrests in Denton. Last year, there were 277. Although this is an increase of about 200 per cent, police officials said that the drug situation in Denton has increased "a thou- sand per cent" in the past four years, Police Chief Wayne Autrey said the increase is the result of a better informant system. "We have learned a lot in the past few years," he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1971

mm fff' Tli PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily MHIYmt North Twii >tm Untvf Ity Wednesday, March 10.1971 Dwiton. 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. Absence Policies Unfair Instructors Show Lack of Interest People talk about the apathy of students who do not participate in protest rallies, vole in campus elections, nor attend pep rallies and football games. However, apathy does not belong solely to students, it also is a character- istic of much of the faculty. Although some are really interested in their students, a number of faculty members could care less. First of all, there are instructors who hand out slips concerning the ab- sence policy f...

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