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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1976

Tuesday, April 20, 1976 * ■ tir % 11 9 ♦ 1. ♦ • • i * 5 • • ? • ! I! ♦ « • ♦I ♦ # • • • • ♦ * * • ^ # ♦ « • 'f i • • • • i • t 'On Stage' Features New Styles Tonight Approximately 100 original clothing designs will be shown in the annual stu- dent design show, "On Stage," tonight at 7:30 in the Art Building Lobby, Mrs. Men's Choir Will Sing Folk Songs Works of American and European composers will be performed by the Men's Chorus tonight at 8:15 in the Music Recital Hall. The program will begin with the works of English Composer R. Vaughan Williams. Following will be Deems Taylor's ar- rangement of the Czech folk song "Wake Thee, Now, Dearest," Alec Rowley's arrangement of the sea chanty "Roving," with bass soloist Larry Teraschita and the Scottish ballad "Border Ballad," arranged by Frederic Cowin and Gladys Pitcher. Songs from the United States will in- clude Hunter's, Parker's and Shaw's ar- rangement of "Aura Lee," J.F. Kilpatrick's "Indian Choral Chants," Vincent Persichetti's "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1976

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 20, 1976 ' t ' Recent Graduates Find Ceremony Satisfactory By P.A. TOTH Daily Reporter Students apparently are satisfied with commencement exercises, according to a survey conducted among December I97S and May I976 potential graduates, Registrar John H. Brown said Thursday. "The majority of those contacted thought the ceremony was acceptable in its present form and that no new tradi- tions were desired," Brown said. He added that many people com- plained about the length of the ceremony, but that no useful suggestions were offered to solve the problem. Brown said that almost all of the stu- dents contacted were in favor of the ear- ly finals for graduating seniors, which facilitates having commencement exer- cises on the last day of school. He said one of the most surprising results of the survey was that most of the December graduates reported that the hooding of the doctoral candidates was the most impressive part of the ceremony. THE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1976

r • V t * 11 4 f ♦ r ' ji • ■ * « ♦ • • • I * < * * < < • I >< , ♦ * ti •« • • •• M f / * Tuesday, April 20, 1976 DeShazo THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 Will Retire From NT By DAN PERRINE Daily Reporter After 29 years and several thousand students, Dr. Marian DeShazo of the foreign languages and literatures faculty will retire May 31 as a French professor. She came to North Texas in the fall of 1947 and at that time the only full-time teacher in French. Dr. DeShazo's accomplishments are many. She worked to establish at North Texas a B.A. degree in French in I954 and an M.A. degree in French in 1967. Dr. DeShazo was decorated in 1957 by the French government and was given the rank of Chevalier in the Order of Academic Palms for service rendered to French culture. SHK FOUNDED the NT chapter of Pi Delta Phi, a national French scholarship society, and was sponsor of what is now Mortar Board, a national women's honor society. Dr. DeShazo helped start the NT chapter of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1976

' I PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Bike-a-Thon Will Benefit Diabetic Aid North Texas bicyclists will participate in a bike-a-thon Sunday to raise money for diabetes research. The annual event awards prizes to bike riders who collect top money from pledges for the number of miles they ride. Prizes include a family tennis weekend and a calculator. The route, open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., will be between Denton's two Mc- Donalds restaurants, where riders will report to check stations to receive credit for miles traveled. Sponsor sheets are available at the Union Building reception desk, at Denton public schools and at both Mc- Donalds. In the Metroplex area, the top 500 money raisers will receive a free Mc- Donalds hamburger and a free drink each week for a year. Dallas Cowboy Mel Renfro and wrestler Fritz Von Erich will be at the Denton checkpoints during the bike-a- thon to meet riders and to autograph pictures. Bike-a-thon Chairman Dana Miller has set a $15,000 goal for Denton's con- tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 108 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1976 o' • • ; i '■ ..i I M & \ Reagan's Wife Campaigns In TWU, State School Visits Making a Point Photo by PAUL RAINWATER Nancy Reagan, wife of Republican presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan, talks to students In the TWU Student Lounge Tuesday. Mrs. Reagan was campaigning for the May 1 primary for her hus- band, who she said can appeal to independents and Democrats. By BILLY ETTER Daily Reporter Nancy Reagan, wile of former California Gov. Ronald Reagan, said Tuesday her husband should be presi- dent "because he's riot part of the Washington establishment." Mrs. Reagan spoke to a group of her husband's supporters and the press at the Volunteer Services Building at the Denton State School. Mrs. Reagan said her husband is a man of integrity and "he's shown he can appeal to both independents and Democrats." "He did so much for California that has to be done on the national level,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

i 'fit ! PAGE 2 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 21, 1976 An Editorial Reward Slurs Integrity American enterprise was struck a very low blow recently by a self-styled group known as the "Peo- ples Bicentennial Commission" (PBC), not to be confused with the official American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. The PBC has offered a $25,000 "reward" to businessmen's wives and secretaries to turn in these businessmen for alleged illegal activities. In fact, the PBC has mailed letters to approx- imately 10,000 secretaries of top national cor- porate executives and has sent tape recordings to about 8,000 corporate wives. Unfortunately for the wives, their "good deed" of ratting on their husbands is to be rewarded only by their con- science. The secretaries get the $25,000, but only "for concrete evidence that leads to the arrest, prosecution, conviction, sentencing and imprison- ment of a chief executive officer of one of America's Fortune 500 corporations for criminal activity re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

Wednesday, April 21, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 • • 4 « ♦ I r * * * i > ) . < • ♦ i ** I * i I ► •r • • .v « ♦ * 4 9 Si Play To Reveal Attitudes Of Blacks During '50s Minority Theatre Players Photo by GARY CLIFTON Minority Theatre players Quentln Clark, Denton High School junior, left, Sabrlna Johnson, Dallas junior; Walter Isler, Dallas senior; and Velva Carter, Dallas sophomore; rehearse a scene from the company's upcoming production "Sty of the Blind Pig." The play, abojt Black attitudes and values, will run Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. In the Studio Theater. By JIM POYNER Daily Reporter "Sty of the Blind Pig," a study of Black attitudes and values at the dawn of the civil rights movement, will be staged by the Minority Theatre Com- pany Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Studio Theater. Tickets for the performances are 50 cents. Reservations may be made by cal- ling 788-2428. The company's first production, "Sty" stars Dallas freshman Sabrina Johnso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 21, 1976 ♦ I Annual Alumni Banquet Will Honor Ex-Students Alumnus Don January, fresh from his Tournament of Champions golf victory Sunday, will be honored with two other NT alumni, CBS sportscaster Phyllis George and Denton lawyer Fred Minor, at the Alumni Association annual spring awards luncheon Saturday. The noon luncheon will be held in the Silver Eagle Room of the Union Building. Awards will also be presented for dis- tinguished teaching, outstanding alumni service and student achievement, Tony Gustwick, alumni director, said. Recipients of the Distinguished Teaching Award are Dr. Irma Caton of the physical education faculty, Dr. James Spurlock of the chemistry faculty and Leon Breeden of the music faculty. Price Wars Bring Shoppers Savings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Price wars are bringing savings to supermarket shoppers in widely scat- tered areas of the country as food stores step up their competition for customers. Industry spoke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

♦ ♦ I • • I n ) t l • ♦ • 4 I f \ 4 4 * • • > • < • I >• f I 4* ►> # f At * ^ * • • f • 4 J Wednesday, April 21, 1976 Dr. Walling To Lecture On Campus Dr. Cheves Walling, distinguished professor of chemistry at the University of Utah, will speak on "Fenton's Reagent Revisted" May 3 at 7 p.m. in Room I2l of Masters Hall. The Robert A. Welch Foundation Lecture Series is sponsoring Dr. Wall- ing's lecture. According to his biographical infor- mation, Dr. Walling was graduated from Harvard with a B.A. degree and received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in I939. He was a research chemist at Jackson Laboratories of the du Pont Company from 1939 to 1942. After holding various positions at other companies. Dr. Wall- ing was appointed professor of chemistry at Columbia University. Since 1970, Dr. Walling has been on the faculty at the University of Utah as distinguished professor of chemistry. His fields of interest are physical- organic chemistry, reaction mechanisms in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Lowest, Best Get Contract r v , tp By RON GROVE Daily Reporter With the university undergoing a period of construction, millions of dol- lars are being spent on campus projects. The new Music Building will cost more than $4 million, the General Academic Building will cost more than SS million and the proposed Health, Physical Education and Recreation Building is budgeted for nearly $5 mil- lion. THE KEY to all these millions is the construction contract, a legal document rarely explored except by lawyers and administrators. The university protects its interests by hiring an architect. "The function of the architect is not only to prepare the plans and specifications for the project, but to represent the university in the construc- tion process," said James Nash, manager of facilities construction and maintenance. "He watches the construc- tion activities and makes sure the con- tractor carries out the work according to the plans and specifications." Bef...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

• * • I • A t ,v 1 I • 4 * r 1 • l Wednesday, April 21, 1876 High Costs Cut Trade Growth NEW YORK (AP)—The question is probably one for psychological and political analysts as well as for business experts: Why is business reluctant to commit funds for capital expansion? For several months now there seems to have been sufficient incentive for a substantial rise in spending plans, but industry as a whole hasn't responded to the economic recovery with a great deal of enthusiasm. Not nearly to the degree to which con- sumers have lifted their spending and their plans for spending, even though they also continue to show a moderate degree of caution. THE MOST common explanation seems to be that with manufacturing capacity being utilized at only 80 per cent or so, there is still time to spare. Why build when you already have un- used space? True, but it takes time to make plans and appropriate funds, and it takes time also to build and work the gremlins out of new plants. Another school do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1976

PAGE 8 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 21, 1970 1 / rnmsz 9 Old Dance Thrives, Regains Popularity Swinging Time Photo by GABY CLIFTON A group of dancers from square dance classes and the Denton Dudes and Dolls, an area square dance club, get together for a fun time. Square dance is experiencing an Increase in popularity because It is a cheap, recognized form of exer- cise. The NT Swinging Eagles, a campus club, is sponsoring dances for people with knowledge of at least the 50 basic skills. Intramural Tearns Imagination Sparks Names By JOEL BIRD Daily Reporter Those with imagination apparently stay up until early hours thinking up Group Will Bounce Ball For Charity Sigma Alpha Mu will bounce basket- balls this weekend to raise money for the local Heart Fund. The fraternity will try to keep a basketball bouncing continuously throughout the program while funds are collected, according to Gregg Almand, president of Beta Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu. Friday, the drive will beg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1976

The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 109 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1976 i . I- II • • * ♦ I > t ' « J*. Box Renters Rally To Protest Increase By BETSY FRIAUF Daily Reporter Approximately 300 students gathered outside the Union Building (UB) Wednesday at a rally protesting the rais- ing of Post Office box rents. The rally was organized by Scan Cas- sidy, San Antonio junior. "We were trying to show the ad- ministration that students don't want a rate increase," Cassidy said. He is a Stu- dent Government Association (SGA) as- semblyman and chairman of an SGA ad hoc committee investigating ways to pre- vent the increase. POSTAL OFFICIALS announced earlier this year that Post Office boxes, which now rent for $1.50 a year, would be increased to $14. Donald Dooley, superintendent of window services at the Denton Post Of- fice, said NT and TWU are the only local universities that did not start col- lecting the new rates last year. "North Texas and TWU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1976

BHESJ PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Goode Deserves Praise Despite criticism, charges of deals, changes in personnel and a barrage of last minute filers, the Student Government Association's (SGA) tax consultant program emerged as one of the most successful undertakings by the SGA this year. From its inception, the idea of a tax consultant was the target of harsh criticism and predictions of failure. The main criticism was directed at the need for such a program, because similar attempts in past years had failed, and North Texas has a legal adviser who can give tax advice. But the program was given the go ahead, and, regardless of whether the program was needed, more than 300 members of the NT community took advantage of the free service for advice or to have their forms filled out by consultants Eric Palmer, Irving sophomore, or J.P. Goode, a 1975 NT accounting graduate. And if anyone deserves credit for the program's success, it is Goode. Palmer was the consultant at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1976

' ♦ • p I I I « • I ' I < • « * ft « 1 • * * • • «' I •* ' I I t * B « ♦ ■ « '■ ■ ♦ t • < ♦ • * *) * • # I - i V | ♦' ♦ I . * . 1 Thursday, April 22, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 I c - * Photo by BOBBY REHM NT Historical Collection 'Dolls Up' With Display Dolls Of World These dolls from around the world are part of the Weaver Doll Collection on display in the Historical Collection. By DF.BORAH SOSOLIK Special Writer The Historical Collection has on dis- play a doll collection that is every little girl's dream. The dolls were given to the university by the late Mrs. Clifford S. Weaver of McKinney. The collection represents more than 30 years of searching for rare dolls of all nations, according to Bar- bara Buckland, curator of the collection. WHILE HER husband was a mis- sionary in Japan she became intrigued with the "Festival of the Dolls" that is held in Japan each March 3, Ms. Buckland said. Outakes Film Course Sign Up Continues Preregistration for Speech 345, Art of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1976

PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Superlative Seekers Set Correspondence Record NEW YORK (AP)— It may be a record of sorts, but it's hardly surprising that the "Guinness Book of World Records" gets more than an average share of mighty strange calls, letters and visitors. There was the letter last month from Dublin, Ga., for example. The cor- respondent wondered whether the suicide of a 94-year-old man wasn't "a record of some kind." And apropos of nothing much, the letter writer added, "Since I also live in this town, I can un- Souvenir Drink derstand why he committed suicide, but 1 wonder why he waited so long." AS FOR the record, Sylvia Boehm, vice-president of Sterling Publishing Co., which puts out the U.S. hardcover edition, says Guinness doesn't note such unverifiable, or dangerous events. Then there was the letter from Philadelphia, Pa., in which a woman related, "A few days after Christmas, 1974, 1 had company and served turkey leftovers. The stuffing, which had been delicious a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1976

' ♦ • <• 1 % ♦ % f I ' +. * • t •; * ■ i • « x% * N ♦ i ♦ ♦ • t < t « • Thursday, April 22, 1976 Club Suffers From Lack Of Interest Apathetic students have beaten down another campus organization. The Clifford S. Blackburn Chapter of the Student Education Association (SEA), the NT affiliate of the Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA) and the National Education Association (NEA), was once a strong organization of preteaching students. But SEA is all but inactive on campus now, according to SEA President Linda Chambers, Wortham junior. Generally, SEA schedules one meeting per month. But the organiza- tion's last meeting was in November, and no meetings were planned for this semester, Miss Chambers said. SEA is taking steps to reorganize and to try to return to its status as a strong club on campus. To help determine ex- actly what is wrong with the failing organization, SEA has developed a sur- vey designed to "feel the pulse" of preteaching students regarding attitudes towar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1976

PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Chi Omega, JacketsGet Top Prizes The Green Jackets of the independent bracket and Chi Omega of the sorority bracket have been awarded traveling trophies for their outstanding achieve- ments in women's intramural sports this year. Each year trophies are awarded in each league for team participation, and to organizations winning the most events throughout the year, Frances Tomlin, women's intramural director, said Wednesday. Other trophy winners were Clark, sec- ond place; Rec Club, third; and Maple, fourth, in the independent division. Delta Sigma Theta placed second in the sorority division, and Alpha Delta Pi tied with Pi Beta Phi for third. Clark in the independent division and Chi Omega in the sorority division were awarded first-place trophies for their high percentage of participation this year. The Green Jackets placed second; Kerr placed third; and Rec Club placed fourth in the independent bracket. In the sorority division, Zeta Tau Alpha placed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1976

Parker, Creighton Head Honors Day Recipient List < i 1 By MARY CANTRELL Daily Reporter State Rep. Walt Parker and State Sen. Tom Creighton have been selected as recipients of the President's Award, the highest honor presented at Honors Day, Mrs. Barbara Jungjohan, assistant dean of students, said Thursday. On Honors Day 1973, the Lab Band was the first recipient of the award. In 1974, C.E. Shuford, former chairman of the journalism department, received the honor. In 1975 the honor was bestowed upon the Symphony Orchestra and Anshel Brusilow, a visiting professor of music. "This award was created to honor an individual or group of individuals for their activities and/or accomplishments which have brought special recognition to NTSU," Mrs. Jungjohan said. Various other awards will be presented today at Honors Day ceremonies, according to Mrs. Jung- johan. Students receiving these awards are outstanding in scholarship and leadership, she said. Recipients of the Student Achieve- ment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1976

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 23, 1976 An Editorial Groups Merit Applause With the end of the semester approaching, several individuals and groups have received little, if any, recognition for their work in helping the North Texas community. • The Greek system has been effective this semester because of the dedication and initiative of officers of the Inter-Fraternity Council and Punhellenic Association. • KNTU-FM 88.5, campus radio station, con- tinued to provide the NT community with enter- taining and interesting programming this semester, as usual. • Those Student Government Association (SGA) assemblymen who attended the SGA meetings and carried out the duties they were elected to perform are to be thanked. • Blacks, Mexican-Americans and Greeks all had their special weeks. Although some of the ac- tivities were poorly attended, those who par- ticipated enjoyed themselves and the sponsors seemed to have reached their goals. • Mean Green Cheerleades, Dollies, Talon...

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