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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1977

i t Friday, February 18, 1977 Student Builds Fuel Chamber By GLENN WIGGINS Daily Reporter Martin Grunow, Fort Worth senior, culminated 10 months of work with the pouring of a cast aluminum manifold Tuesday in the Industrial Arts Building. The manifold, a mixing and distribution chamber for vaporized fuel, is for a 427-cubic-inch Ford V-8 engine. It is Grunow's original design, Grunow planned the manifold last spring in a class in advanced patternmaking and foundry work. In the fall, under the direction of Dr. Jerry C. McCain of the industrial arts faculty, he developed the pattern, core boxes and special flask required to pour the 80- pound manifold. "Martin's extraordinary drive and determination have allowed him to complete this project which ex- ceeds the technical limitations of our lab facilities," Dr. McCain said. The project required extensive independent study in the areas of patternmaking, metallurgy and fluid mechanics. Grunow received technical advice from Bob McKinley an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 February 1977

........ .. PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT Releases Names Of Football Signees By STEPHEN SHARPE Daily Reporter North Texas Thursday released a list of 27 high school football recruits who have signed national letters of intent to play for the Mean Green. Head Coach Hayden Fry said speed will be the priority for next season. "We emphasized speed and we got speed," Fry said. He said the defensive secondary will be strenghtened next season with quality players. Fry said only one quarterback, Joe Stevenson, of Beaumont Herbert, was recruited. Stevenson threw 26 touchdown passes for the Class 3A champioi. jchool. FRY SIZED up Stevenson as "one of the best quarterbacks in the country." North Texas also signed Herbert's leading receiver, Ken Williams, who caught 20 touchdown passes last season. Fry also commented on Mark Snyder of Dallas Highland Park. At 5-6, 155, Snyder led the stale in rushing with over 1,800 yards last season in Class 4A. Fry said nine or 10 freshmen will be playing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 February 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 76 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1977 \\ Association Candidates Enter Council Race Filing For City Council Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Denton seniors Richard Ray, left, and Bill Wil- liams fill out their applications to run for Denton City Council positions in the April 2 election. The two students will be backed by the Student As- sociation (SA) during their campaign for council positions Place 3 and Place 1. Williams has directed the SA food co-op for two years and Ray is a SA assemblyman and six-year resident. By DARRFXL GOOLSBEE Daily Reporter Two Student Association (SA) backed candidates, Richard Ray and Bill Wil- liams, Denton seniors, filed Monday for City Council positions. Ray, a SA assemblyman, filed as a candidate for Place 3. The incumbent. Dr. Ray Stephens of the history faculty, and local realtor Mary Claude Gay have already announced their candidacies fur the position. Williams, an accounting major who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 February 1977

'' . Tuesday, February 22, 1977 PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Refund Bill Merits Support The Texas Legislature will have the opportunity to do away with an injustice against Texas college students this session. State Sen. Jack Ogg, D-Houston, introduced a bill last week that would standardize tuition re- funds to students, thus ending the unfair practice of refusing refunds to students who drop classes early in the semester. "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. Both houses of the legislature passed a similar bill last session, but the bill was vetoed by Gov. Dolph Briscoe because it made no provision deal- ing with students on scholarship. Sen. Ogg has rewritten the bill to clear up the governor's objection, however. The bill presented to the legislature this session provides that if a student receives tuition money through a scholarship, the tuition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 February 1977

— Tuesday, February 22, 1977 tt\ I \ ' \ ' m I U I W * Museum Benefit To Show Antique, Modern Fashions By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter A benefit fashion show—"Fashion Flirtation"—featuring women's clothing from 1775 to the present is scheduled Wednesday at I and 8 p.m. and Thurs- day at 8 p.m. in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. It is sponsored by the Young Designers Fashion Group and the Student Activities Union. Betty Marzan of Ihe art faculty, narra- tor of the show, said proceeds will be used for maintainence of the Dallas Fashion Museum at NTSU. She said the Museum includes more than 3,000 gar- ments valued at more than S3 million. Approximately 75 of those garments will be modeled by students in the show. MS. MARZAN dubbed the collection "one of the best contemporary collec- tions in the country." Stafford To Visit NT For Poetry Discussion Poet William Stafford will be coming to NT March 8, said Dr. Sam Henderson, chairman of the English department. Stafford won th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 February 1977

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Shelter Cuts Off Service By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Daily Reporter Animals found outside the city limits can no longer be put in the Denton Animal Control Center, Pam Johnson, the center's supervisor, says. Although the center is not a county facility, it accepted animals found out- side the city until Feb. I. There is no county animal shelter. MISS JOHNSON said space problems prompted the restriction. "One Monday we had 56 puppies brought in from outside the city," she said. "But now people will have to take care of the animals themselves, with a gun, ax or whatever." Plans to construct a county center are being considered by the Denton County Humane Society. Society members want to build a shelter adjacent to the society's pet cemetery. "The shelter will serve as a center from which to adopt animals," said Dr. Frances Darden, president of the Humane Society. "There will be no euthanasia done there." Miss Johnson called that idea un- realistic. "In June and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 February 1977

mnMhJKSK Tuesday, February 22, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 t ) < i I % Administration, Labor To Remain Friendly MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)-Labor Secretary Ray Marshall met today with AFL-CIO leaders and predicted the relationship with the Carter administra- tion would remain friendly despite dif- ferences over the President's economic program, "The relationship is too strong to be ruptured by dissatisfaction over the stimulus package," Marshall said in reference to the AFL-CIO's criticism that the $30 billion program doesn't go far enough in providing jobs. He said some tension and disagree- ment with labor was inevitable but add- ed, "I don't think anybody's going to pick up their marbles and go home sim- ply because of the way we do things." Earlier today, Marshall met for an hour behind closed doors with the AFL- CIO Executive Council, which opened its winter meeting here today. Marshall said he gave no administra- tion commitments on legislation sought by labor, even thou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 February 1977

If: h PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eagle Duo Leads NT By Lamar BEAUMONT—The Mean Green won the first or its final two road games Saturday as Melvin Davis banged in 24 points and Fred Mitchell added 22 to gun NT past Lamar 91-82. The win raised the Eagles' record to 19-5 going into its rematch with Centenary Wednesday in Shreveport. NT downed Centenary 76-69 in the season opener in the Super Pit. Lamar, coached by former NT assis- tant Billy Tubbs, fell to 10-16. "WE PLAYED a good second half," said Coach Bill Blakeley after the win. "If we can get it together again at Centenary, I feel we'll be in real good shape for the last two (grudge matches against Creighton and Pan American in the Super Pit)." The teams battled evenly until Davis' tip-in put NT on top to stay with nine minutes remaining in the contest. The Mean Green then broke the game open by scoring 12 of the next 16 points to stretch the lead to 77-67. Lamar cut the margin to five points at 77-72 with four minutes left o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1977

\ « The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 77 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23 1977 i r <! Carter Sends Budget to Congress WASHINGTON (AP>—President Carter asked Congress Tuesday to increase 1978 budget spending by $19.4 billion more than former President Gerald R. Ford proposed, and it appeared from the initial reaction that most lawmakers approved. The chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D-Maine, said Carter's budget proposals could give the economy a shot in the arm while also showing "a strong awareness" of the need to keep federal spending under control. "The administration's budget plan provides for prudent expansion and continuation of the economic recovery at a rate consistant with further reductions in the rate of inflation." said Muskie, whose commit- tee will strongly influence the final shape of the 1978 budget. HOUSE SPEAKER Thomas P. Tip O'Neill, D- Mass., said it's possible there will be some changes, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1977

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, February 23, 1977 An Editorial Faculty Needs Union Lounge The University Union provides study, eating and visiting areas designed to accommodate stu- dents, however, it has no provisions for a faculty meeting area. The Faculty Senate passed a resolution in January 1976 stating that the senate "expected" a faculty lounge area in the Union. The resolution was turned down by Union directors. Dr. Clifford Hardy, chairman of the Faculty Senate said Mon- day. Recently, President C.C. Nolen made a move which appears to be a move toward meeting the needs of the faculty. A weekly luncheon for faculty members was set up to be held on Tues- days from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in the Golden Eagle Suite, Section A. Granted the luncheons are a move in the right direction, but faculty members need a full-time meeting area, not one available for only 2 '/i hours a week. The Union has a large number of meeting rooms which go unused almost daily. It seems that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1977

I I ' f > > • Wednesday, February 23, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 xNetwork' Attacks Tube Satire Draws Audience Praise, Outrage By NANCY COCHRAN Amusements Editor "Network" is one of those movies you hate or love. Audiences are flocking to see the Christmas release now playing at the Fine Arts Theatre, 115 N. Elm, which has been nominated for 10 Academy Awards. A scathing satire on the mammouth, impersonal TV industry, "Network" was nominated for best picture of the year, best actor (William Holden and the late Peter Finch), best actress (Faye Dunaway), best supporting actor (Ned Movie Review '//* r. FAYE DUNAWAY ...stars in TV satire, "Network" Bwatty), best supporting actress (Beatrice Straight). Best director (Sidney Lumet), best cinematographer (Owen Ruizman), best film editing (Alan Heim) and best original screenplay (Paddy Chayefsky). Heralded by many viewers as a bril- liant indictment of the uncaring atti- tude of networks toward TV shows and their audien- ces, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1977

:'",v i PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Group To Deal With Explosive Temperaments By IRENE LOPEZ Daily Reporter Holding your breath and counting to 10 is not always the trick to keep from losing your temper. One way that does seem to be a very effective procedure in helping people control their tempers is social skills training, Dr. Jack O. Jenkins of the psy- chology faculty, said Monday. A volunteer group is forming in the psy- chology clinic under the auspices of Dr. Jenkins for the treatment of "explosive personalities." PEOPLE WHO have problems with their tempers generally cause themselves difficulties with their families, employers and teachers. Dr. Jenkins said. Group training helps a person deal ef- fectively with situations he could not deal with before without losing his temper, Jenkins said. "We try to teach individuals to make appropriate respon- ses to anger," he said. The social training skills include teaching hot-head conversation skills, such as starting and maintain...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1977

I '"v" •■ ' 4 I i Wednesday, February 23, 1977 1 4 i J ' Women Schedule Political Activities Organizing women for political ac- tion, especially against sexism and racism, is the primary goal of the Denton Women's Political Caucus (DWPC), according to President Gerry Smith. The Denton County organization, af- filiated with the National Women's Political Caucus, began in August. Ms. Educators, Counselors To Organize Members of the College of Education will meet with guidance representatives from metroplex community colleges and public school systems Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the University Union 414 and 416. Dr. John Curry of the education faculty and coordinator of the event said it is an attempt to set up an advisory council to open communications between university personnel and persons working in the areas of guidance and counseling. "They have been invited to meet with our staff here to discuss our program in guidance and counseling for the purpose of obtaining input...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 February 1977

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. February 23. 1977 Eagles Take Aim Tonight For Third Series Sweep Big Stick NT first baseman Blane Bartley, Garland senior, takes a cut in practice Tues- day in preparation for the Eagles' season opener Saturday against Cameron College in Lawton, Okla. vi ■ S5 / v * • ?> .."V,"• STW*'. Pholo by CINDY SPURGEON Baseball Club Drops Trio By PHIL ROGERS Daily Reporter Things are looking up for the baseball club, according to Coach Johnny Wil- liams. Even so, the squad dropped its final three scrimmages in preparing for its season opener Saturday against Cameron College of Lawton, Okla. The University of Dallas shook off a fine pitching performance by NT's Steve Harris, Waco sophomore, and topped the Green 5-1 Friday. NT led after the seven innings that normally comprise a game. However, the coaches had agreed before the game to go 12 innings. UD scored two runs in the eighth and three in the 10th to take the win. Paris Junior College unleashed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1977

. I t The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 78 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2.4, 1977 > ft 1 1 «" «' Carter Approves CIA Activities President Defends Reduction in Defense Budget Discussing Rape Photo by R. WAYNE „AY Frederic Storaska, author of the book "How to Say No to a Rapist—and Survive," discusses his theories with a group of NT students. Storaska talked to the students Wednesday afternoon and presented a rape prevention lecture Wednesday night. Most Victims Know Attacker WASHINGTON (AP)—President Carter put his stamp of approval Wednesday on all current CIA activites. His review of reports that the CIA has secretly paid millions of dollars to foreign leaders has "not found anything illegal or improper." Carter defended the $2.75-billion reduction in defense expenditures he proposed in the revised budget he sub- mitted to Congress on Tuesday. But he said "I can't say" whether next year's Pentagon budget will be more. The President promised to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1977

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Some Students Confuse Fun With Drinking By MARY SWENSEN, Special Writer Fun. It's the main reason North Texas students say they drink. And four out of five of them can drink without developing problems. But one out of five won't be so lucky. He will develop problems with alcohol that will cause unhap- piness, ruin his health and even threaten his life. So says the Dallas Council on Alcoholism about college- aged drinkers. The problem at NT is that most students with drinking problems don't know who they are. They think they're just having fun, the council says. DR. TOM OVERTON, assistant director of the Counseling and Testing Center, said students rarely come to him with drinking problems. "Most students who seek counseling complain of depression or problems with relationships," he said. Of the students Dr. Overton counsels, one-fourth have alcohol problems but won't admit it. Not being able to admit having a drinking problem is called "denial" by prof...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1977

I a * i 4 t t i • t ■ 4 A ! ' J I ft THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 Thursday, February 24, Lab Concert To Highlight Mood Music The 5 O'Clock Lab Band under the direction of Tom Gause, Newton, Ind., graduate student, will present an infor- mal concert today at 6:30 p.m. in the One O'Clock Lounge. "The Opener," by Ray Brown featur- ing Mike Steinel, Emporia, Kan., graduate student, on trumpet, will open the concert. Accompanying Steinel on the next number, "Pah-doo-day," by Tom Brown, will be solos by Reed Arvin, Wichita, Kan., senior, on piano; Dave Riekenberg, Houston senior, on tenor saxophone; and Rich Spencer, Denton senior, on guitar. Mike Crotty's arrangement of "Spring," with an alto saxophone solo by Mike Stricklin, Denton sophomore, will be next, followed by "Little Pixie II," by Thad Jones. Mike Davis, Denton graduate stu- dent, will play lead trumpet on Jack Conner's arrangement of "Yesterdays," with Carl Lampman, Seattle, Wash., senior soloing next on "Businessman's Bounc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1977

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 24, 1977 Prosecutors To Start Crackdown Against Porno Dealers in Houston HOUSTON (A P)—State prosecutors said Tuesday they would begin a crackdown on pornography in Houston as soon as the city police department is ready to go. Asst. Dist. Atty. Ted Wilson said the prosecuting of porno dealers "will go as far as we think juries are willing to. Until now, our hands have been tied and we've been limited. Now, we plan to open up and take the definition of pornography in its fullest sense." DIST. ATTY. Carol Vance ordered the crackdown Monday saying, "Stricter community standards have improved chances of winning a conviction on obscenity as compared to a lew years ago." Wilson said the first target "will be those 8mm films with no sound or music which are nothing but explicit sex and those $15 magazines that contain picture after picture of the sex act " Collection Receives Grant For Log Cabin Exhibition Sticky Situation This little furry...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1977

Thursday, February 24, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Ln 7 i' M I I 1 s \ f 4 Bathtub Sofa Adds Originality to Office When Dr. Benny R. Russell of the chemistry faculty invites a student into his office to relax in his bathtub, he means it. A bathtub chair is one of the conversation pieces Dr. Russell used to remodel his office. "I wanted a place that reflects work and relaxation," Dr. Russell said. The room has a desk, file cabinet and two wood chairs, but the similarity to other NT offices ends there. The room is decorated with a brown rug, yellow walls and orange chair cushions. The wall behind the bathtub is covered by a rug hanging depicting a tree and a moon. Researcher To Discuss Hormones Dr. Edmond E. Griffin of Southwestern Medical School will speak on "Hormonal Regulation of Protein Balance in the Heart" today at 2:30 p.m. in Biology Building 419. Dr. Griffin received his B.S. from the University of Arkansas and his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University ofTennessee. His ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 February 1977

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 24, 1977 In Double Overtime li Eagles Squeeze by Gents SHREVEPORT—The Mean Green squeezed by Centenary Wednesday, win- ning a 107-104 double-overtime thriller in the Golden Dome. North Texas held a 92-90 lead in the first overtime period, and Weasel Johnson had a chance to ice the victory for NT but missed the first end of a one- and-one shot with eight seconds remain- ing. Then the Gents' John Pitts was fouled by Ken Williams and hit two free shots to send the game into double over- time. THE EAGLES jumped off to a six- point lead in the second overtime on buckets by Johnson, Norvell Miles and Fred Mitchell. But Centenary battled back and cut the lead to two on a driving layup by Kevin Starke with 30 seconds remaining. Fred Mitchell hit both ends of his one- and-one to put NT up by four 106-102. Bobby White then scored on a jumper in the lane to make it 106-104 with 10 sec- onds on the clock. Mitchell was fouled again and sank his f...

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