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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1971

"w^rJP^v-'R- Ti )■-■•■'- 'M:i•• .•■■' '■£ '•"■'''«:''" ' Wednesday, March 10,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 I [4 ■i * *Y A) jfi J V y * 9 f Program Relieves Students' Debts By N1KKI SORENSEN Daily Reporter This semester 179 students have been given the opportunity to graduate from college debt free. The Work-Study Program is enabling these students to work off college debts while they are still in school. "It is bad to graduate and know that you have debts staring you in the face, but this study program allows students to be free and clear upon graduation," Mrs. Barbara Jungjohan, assistant dean of stu- dents and coordinator of student employ- ment, said. "The program also helps stu- dents to go to school full time who would normally not have the money to do so." THE PROGRAM is controlled through the university's Financial Aid Office and is i subsidized by federal funds. The federal government pays SO per cent of the work- study funds in grant form and approves the university's j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1971

sRSri PAQK4—THE NORTH TSXAS DAILY Wadnaaday, March 10,1971 t t9 Short Cash Stops Baseball Hopes MONEY BASEBALL Monterrey Tech Exhibits Sportsmanship in Soccer By ALAN ROBERTSON Daily Reporter On the surface, the first North Texas Soccer Tournament might look like a big bust. The stands never had more than 30 peo- ple in them at one time, the soccer club lost money, and the home team didn't even win a game except for a forfeit victory over SMU. But surface value isn't worth a plug nick- el. To know the real success of the tourna- ment, one had to at least watch a couple of contests, something very few people bothered to do even though the proceeds were going to a worthy fund (Richard Gill). THE SUCCESS of the tournament rest- ed, not on the amount of victories by the Eagles, not by the support of the fans, but the conduct and appreciation of the players who participated in the event. Monterrey Tech dominated play from the opening game against North Texas, which it won 6-0, and contin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1971

11 ♦ r The North Texas Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 84 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 1971 " v Nixon Wins Mock Election Edmund Muskie, probable Democratic presidential nominee in 1972, lost to Rich- ard Nixon by a close percentage of votes in the mock election held this week on cam- pus. Nixon received 148 of the votes com- pared with Muskie's 133. Percentage wise, Nixon received 24.7 per cent and Muskie drew 22.2 per cent of the total 600 votes cast Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. George McCiovern, the only candidate who has formally announced his intention of seeking the Democratic nomination, was third with 78 votes. John Lindsay, a Re- publican listed on the Independent ticket, received 51 votes. THE MOCK presidential primary was Geer Plans New Dorm Facilities A plan to extend dormitory recreation, study and living facilities has been sub- mitted to members of the administration by Richard A. Geer, director of housing. "We want to make t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1971

Area School Uses Montessori Metho By MARILYN HAISTEN Special Writer A stereotype of a preschool room might include rubber balls and jumpropes. But at Denton's Montessori school the favorite toys are geometric objects, alphabet letters made of sandpaper and counting games. Dr. Jack Adkisson's Education 337 classes visited this school for children aged 3, 4 and S last week as a study in examples of modern approaches to elementary educa- tion. As the visitors entered the school on Fort Worth Drive, they saw pupils sitting on squares of carpet and intent on the objects in front of them, seemingly unaware of their surroundings. One child was tracing the shapes of sev- eral geometric figures onto a sheet of paper, Will the Square Peg . . . Mrs. Doris Coberly, directress of the Montessori School in Denton, shows one of her pupils how to determine which cylinder fits into which hole. The Montessori School is a pre school for children 3 to 6 years of age. —Photos by Judy Quarles The North Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1971

Thursday, March 11,1971 Music Group To Give Annual Spring Concert -f, t-M ■' ' ' ' ^";v THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGES ■ '-I./ ;i'!v ' ii1 j I''., . ii 1 • • I) Phi Tau chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, international music sorority, will present a recital at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in the Music Recital Hall. The spring concert is free and open to the public and is an annual event which features undergraduate and graduate sorority mem- bers. The recital will include Joan Ballenger, Fayetteville, Ark., sophomore, performing West Hall Conducts Open Talks West Hall is conducting "10 o'clock rap sessions" on Thursday evenings for resi- dents and anyone else who wishes to attend, Ronnie Pokomy, assistant manager for the dorm, said Wednesday. "Actually, we are inviting anyone to attend and participate in meaningful dis- cussions concerning topics that interest them," he said. "After the individual in- terest is defined, then we will find knowl- edgeable people to talk about it." Tonight Richard Geer, dir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1971

mm. PAQS4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. March 11,1971 Baseball's Costs Cited (Editor's Note: North Texas doesn't have a baseball protraai althoogh many have ex- pressed interest for oae. This is the second article in a three-part series which explores the problem.) By CARTER CROMWELL Daily Reporter Two questions must be answered if North Texas is to establish a baseball program- how much will it cost, and where will the money come from? The answer to the first question is easy. Finding the answer to the latter is going to be harder. A school that undertakes baseball must build and maintain a playing field, pay the coaches, buy equipment, furnish scho- larships and pay for travel and recruiting expenses. The cost of constructing and maintaining a ballpark would vary, depending on how good a facility the university is willing to build. "It would take at least $10,000 to fix up the intramural field," Athletic Director Rod Rust said. "That includes leveling off the field and other eng...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1971

The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NO. 86 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 12,1971 t ?< Earth Day To Support Ecology Bill A hill pending in the state legislature would allow private citizens to sue any business they personally witness polluting the waterways of our state. The Earth Day committee at North Tex- as is concerned and plans to give its share of support to 11. B. 56. Chappell Scurlock of the Earth Day committee said Thursday he and others plan to attend a hearing on H.B. 56 at 7:30 p.m. before the House State Affairs Com- mittee in Austin. "If enough people would get involved maybe this bill and the numerous others concerning ecology would get some action," Scurlock said, lie further said the Earth Day movement is concerned with the ecol- ogy issue, but without support all the bills concerning the ecology of the environment will remain tied up in numerous state gov- ernment committees. Scurlock said anyone interested in at-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1971

' VniMMflMjMIMMtj —: . . > ■ .••<". «... PAQE 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 12,1971 Volunteers Help With Tree Transplant I j Robin Gaupp. Dallas junior, is one of the few girls who helped dig around the trees. Students surround the trees that must be moved before the Social Sciences Building parking lot can be enlarged. Zeta Tau Alpha pledge Deborah Fulgahm, Duncanville sophomore, passes some brownies to Dr. Smith during a work break. The sorority provided brownies and drinks for the workers. Dr. Smith Leads Tree-Saving Effort The trees that are being dug up north of the Social Sciences Building parking lot are being moved to city parks in Denton, Dr. Don Smith of the biological sciences faculty said. Dr. Smith is in charge of digging up the pecan and jujube trees. The trees have to be moved to make way for expansion of the parking lot behind the Social Sciences Building. The trees will be destroyed if they are not moved. Dr. Smith said that between 100 and 150 student...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1971

Friday. March 12,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 V ■ J ! Around the Campus ,T 31 To Attend, Give Reports To Academy Thirty-one students and faculty members will give reports to the 74th annual meeting of the Texas Academy of Science this week- end at Stephen F. Austin State College. Heading the North Texas contingent to the meeting are Dr. Raymon C. Forston of the sociology faculty and Dr. James R. Lott of the biological sciences faculty. Both will preside over sessions of the acad- emy as well as give reports to the confer- ence. Other faculty members attending are Dr. Charles Glasgow of the sociology faculty; Dr. Kendall P. Cochran of the economics faculty; Dr. Vernon Scholes of the biolog- ical sciences faculty; and Drs. Clifford A. Hardy and Dr. Paul Cowan, both of the education faculty. Dr. William D. Deering, Dr. Rajagopal Muthukrishnan, Dr. Bruce Foster, Dr. Tom Gray and John Harper all of the phys- ics faculty, will attend. Students attending the meeting are all graduate s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1971

w I Friday, March 12. 1971 PAQI4—THB NORTH TEXA8 DAILY . ' • > ■ ' wltii V "WJvai Thrown Into Three-Way Tie TKE's Upset by Alpha Phi Alpha Causes Play-Offs JET Wf i V'v Brand New Game Guards EdTasby. Houston junior, and J.C. Garrett, sophomore transfer from Tyler Junior College, butt heads as line coach Corky Nelson carefully scans the player's techniques. Hopefully, spring practice will help the Eagles to improve this fall on last Year's losing record. By ALAN ROBERTSON Daily Reporter What can you say? Every time things start running smoothly, someone comes in to foul up the works. Tau Kappa Epsilon was cruising along undefeated and within one game of moving into the intramural basketball play-offs, when Alpha Phi Alpha jimmyed the works with a 47-42 upset win over the TKE's. This threw Fraternity League A into a three-way tie to necessitate a play-off be- tween Alpha Phi Alpha, the TKE's and Kappa Sigma. ALPHA PHI ALPHA defeated Kappa Sigma Wednesday night in the First play- of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 March 1971

Students, Faculty Advocate 'Sympathetic' President X i v > * 5 i > * k A sympathetic ear for students is a prime characteristic students and faculty members favor in the selection of a new president for North Texas. Since the resignation of Dr. John J. Kam- erick last May 26, the Board of Regents has been searching for a replacement. A num- ber of candidates have been interviewed, but no announcement has been forthcom- ing. A.M. Willis of Longview, chairman of the board, said on Jan. 31 the announce- ment should come within 60 days. TO LEARN what characteristics the stu- dents and faculty members favor, Daily re- porters talked with persons chosen at ran- dom on the campus. Graduate student Donald Stallings of Dallas said, "If we must have a president Court Rejects Direct-Vote Objections After several months of work, delibera- tion and changes, the USNT Constitutional Committee unanimously approved the pro- posed document Friday. Students will vote on the proposed con- stituti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 March 1971

rlpiP PAQC2—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY ftp ; Tuesdey, March 16.1971 ue: CoI. Richard Scott, Head of AFROTC a Col. Richard E. J. Scott. . ."Lack of in- terest rests primarily with the lessening of draft pressure. . .overall attitude on campus against war..." ". . .As an attraction—military pay in general, by virtue of efforts for the all- volunteer force, appears to be increas- ing. . .with the rationale we remain able to provide the required suitably quali- fied number of Air Force officers..." The North Texas Daily 64th Year North Texas State University Denton. Texas 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. Garbage Flies 'Worst Crowd' Fits Eagle Fans The 1970-71 basketball seas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 March 1971

I Tuesday, March 16,1971 THE NOV kQE 3 1 •> *) • 4 \ > ' 1 V I Peanuts Musical Set March 22 By SHARON D. MOORE Daily Reporter The trials and tribulations of the "Pea- nuts" gang will come to life March 22 in "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." I he musical, based on the comic strip by Charles Schulz, will be presented by the f ine Arts Series one day only in the Main Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Tickets for the performance are avail- able today at the University Store to North Texas students and Fine Arts season ticket holders. Groups Plan To Sponsor Carnival Three campus organizations are planning to sponsor an all-campus carnival at North Texas April 24. West Hall Organization, Oak Street Association and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority arc working with Mrs. Carol Chappell, assistant dean of students, in coordinating the event. Richard Lane, Amarillo senior, said tentative plans call for the affair to start at noon and last until midnight in front of the Student Union Building and on adja...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 March 1971

fl ■■■■■■■■■■■■ MM •£■'■7 PAGE 4—TMI NORTH TEXAS DAILY .....i. WPwls . "ilm ; ■ Tuesday, March 10. 1971 Tracksters Fall to TCU ' mm* Up and Over Steve Estes. Monahans junior and Daily reporter, won first place in the pole vault in a triangular meet at Fouts Field. Estes hit his career high of 15 feet, five inches in the meet. The Eagles finished second to TCU and SMU placed third Area Competition Gymnastic Meet Set Top area gymnasts, including four ath- letes from North Texas, will take on a nationally ranked gymnastics team from Ft. Hays, Kan., State College tonight at 7:30 in the Lab School Gym. "We have an excellent chance to defeat them," Bill Cornelius, coach and sponsor of the gymnastics club, said. "We have picked the best gymnasts from area col- leges and high schools including three form- er champions." Drake Wins NCAA Slot In Play-Off PEORIA, 111. (AP) Drake put on a tremendous second-half rally Saturday night to defeat Louisville 86-71 in a Mis- souri Valley Conference pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 March 1971

North Texas Daily 1 54TH YEAR NO. 87 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 17.1971 • *i 3. 'i NEWS CAPSULES MIIMMIIIMMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMHIIIIIIMIIMMIIMMIIMMIHIIItMlllimMIIIIIIIIIMHMHMIltff Chaparrals Pick Shumate In Pro Basketball Draft Al Shumate, Los Angeles, Cal., senior, was selected by the Texas Chaparrals in the lllh round of the American Basketball Association players draft. Shumate was not available for comment. Campus Police Report Few Moving Violations Since North Texas police officers began giving tickets to moving violators on cam- pus, only 21 people have received them. Capt. Doyle Fletcher of the University Police said that officers are mostly giving warnings. An average of two or three tickets a day has been issued. The tickets have been given to persons running stop signs, speed- ing and going the wrong way on one-way streets. When an officer issues a ticket, it is then sent to the City Court House where all fines are paid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 March 1971

if WSi RAQI2—tHE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily ■ .v.,'... Wednesday. March 17,1971 MdiYaar Worth Twm tf Untvfity Denton. Ti 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. Pot, Regents Students Urged To Support Bills During every session of the Texas Legislature many bills are passed unnoticed, but there are many that should be brought to the students' atten- tion. Currently there is a hodgepodge of bills that students need to consider and support. This year there are bills on such things as tuition, UT-Dallas, various bills dealing with ecology and two bills in the House that concern penalties for marijuana. One of the bills calls for the reduction of marijuana possessi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 March 1971

— In 1° 1° It lh b l°r I of J rt it nd gh oP icd ace n a for of be s to •J; ' / ■4 H , Wednesday. March 17.1971 Denton To Host 3rd Arts Festival Denton's third annual Fine Arts Festi- val a community wide project is sched- uled for the first part of May. The art exhibition and sale will be May 2 and 3 in the Community Building in the Denton Civic Center at 215 E. McKinney. Denton and Denton County artists, in- cluding ones from North Texas and TWU, will display works. Charles K. (Ken) Havis, instructor of art and gallery direc- tor at North Texas, is the show coordina- tor. A prominent artist will be the juror, and a best-in-show purchase prize of $300 will be awarded. There will also be a first place given in each of nine categories. The Denton Community Chorus and Or- chestra will present "St. Nicholas" by Ben- jamin Britten at 7:10 p.m. May 3 in the Community Building. THE CHORUS is a volunteer group, according to Dr. Stephen Farish of the music faculty, director of the group. An...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 March 1971

PAGE4—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Rust Alters Plans For Next Season By CARTER CROMWELL Daily Reporter A 3-8 season necessitates change, and Rod Rust knows it. Last year's poor won-lost mark was pain- ful for Rust, who had seen his Eagles go 30-8-1 in the previous four campaigns. He is determined not to let it happen again. In spring football camp are 80 players, including 15 lettermen, 24 squadmen, 24 sophomores-to-be and a whopping total AP Selects UCLA No. 1 In Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UCLA, which reigned as the nation's No. 1 college basketball team most of the season, clinched the crown Monday in the final Associated Press poll leaving unde- feated Marquette to play bridesmaid to the 25-1 Bruins. UCLA, which has won the title three of the past five seasons and was second the other two, captured 28 of the 44 first-place votes cast by sports writers and broadcas- ters for 616 points. RUNNER-UP Marquette, which ran its season winning string to 27 Saturday with a 62-47 victory o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 March 1971

-r-^imrh'l i^ The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NO. 88 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVER8ITY, DENTON. TEXAS Thursday, March 18, 1971 V ► • M HHIHIIHIIIIIHHHHHIIHIIIHIIItllllllHiniMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHMtHHIHIIilllHIHIIHIIIIifc NEWS CAPSULES inilllMIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIIIHIlHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIf Housing Policy Same For Summer Students Richard A. Geer, director of housing, reminded students Wednesday that the housing policy is the same during the sum- mer sessions as during the long semesters. "Many students, especially transfer and freshmen students, don't realize this," Geer said. According to the policy, "If a student is under 22 and taking more than three se- mester hours (in the summer) and is author- ized to live off-campus, an off-campus hous- ing card must be on file in the Housing Of- fice" All undergraduate women are required to live in university residence halls with the exceptions of those who are 22, married or have permission fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 March 1971

PAOI 2—TM* NORTH TIXA8 DAILY The North Texas Daily Mth Ymt North Ti Itats University ": s imx'; i m Thursday, March 18.1971 ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office aters Research 'Heavy' Wage, Price Controls This Year's Topic 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. Limits Training Proposal Abuses Degree Variety A bill is now before the Texas Legislature that may affect the educational careers of all college students in the state. The bill, S.B. 474, would remove the present history and government requirements and leave up to the indi- vidual boards of regents the requirements in those areas. Many students w ill be in favor of this bill, but they should not be. The requirements for American history and governme...

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