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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1977

.. 1 ■ I ii 'i if /' The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 79 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1977 L< I ) t V House Views Insurance, Student Loan Programs By TERRY MARTIN Daily Reporter Two bills which could have an effect on college students are being reviewed by Texas house committees. Both bills are sponsored by Rep. Arnold Gonzales of Nueces County. One bill being reviewed by the House Committee on Insurance would forbid age discrimination in the charging of in- surance rates. The other bill, under study by the House Higher Education Committee, would establish a state insured and federally reinsured student loan program. In a letter to Student Association (SA) President Raoul Smyth, Gonzales said: "It is my personal belief that insurance rates should be based on the driving record of an individual and not on the age group he happens to be in. "Under our current system of setting insurance rates, a young person may have an absolutely impeccable d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1977

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 25, 1977 An Editorial Blue Laws Restrict Sales Since 1891, the State of Texas has prohibited the sale of all but a select group of items on Sun- day because of the so-called "blue laws." Film can be sold on Sunday but not a camera. Stereos and record players can be sold but not radios. A store can sell games but not toys, hand- driven tools but not power-driven tools, lawn and garden supplies but not lawn mowers, tape recorders but not tape recordings. According to Texas law, the purpose of these acts is to promote the health, recreation and welfare of the people of this state, and any person or persons acting contrary to the acts is declared to be a public nuisance. Imagine, for instance, that Joe Doaks is in the local drug store on Sunday, his only day off, to buy some film for his camera. Next to the film he sees a camera he has been wanting for some time. Doaks asks the clerk if he may take a look at the camera and the clerk replie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1977

T7T- Friday, February 25, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 1 t i i\ \ \! / \ • Dallas senior Karen Kalmbach gives a display of emotions in preparation for the Oral Interpretation Festival that begins today. Photos by CHARLIE COLE Oral Interpretation Festival Begins Today By PORNTIP P1YAKHUN Daily Reporter The department of speech com- munication and drama in cooperation with the North Texas oral interpretation group, The Odeion, will host its sixth annual Oral Interpretation Festival today and Saturday, said Dr. Ted Colson, director of the Oral Interpretation Group. More than 270 students from 25 colleges and universities are ex- pected to attend, Dr. Colson said. Included will be individual events such as poetry reading and open categories where students will be allowed to perform various types of literature, he said. "This is not a contest. It is a festival where students can per- form and get critiques from professors from other schools. The students will benefit a great deal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1977

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 7iiiii M ifi i WTWiy L.T iF TJTir ]'W T■ . • i ' ' Friday, February 25. 1977 ^ Researchers Claim Algae May Ease Food Shortage Upward Bound Photo by CHARLIE COLE Work progresses on the new Music Building be- ing constructed west of the Administration Building. Despite recent bad weather, construc- tion officials say construction is on schedule. AUSTIN (AP)—Alex Haley provided millions of black Americans with a cultural heritage in his "Roots," and now University of Texas researchers say a Central African tribe can provide all mankind with an easy way to get pro- tein. A tribe near Lake Chad has eaten a blue-green algae for at least 2,000 years, says Dr. Mike Leesley, assistant chemical engineering professor. THE WORLD faces a critical food shortage, especially in those countries that lack the technology to develop new sources of food, according to Leesley. "One of the best ways of introducing protein to the diet is by using protein produced directly by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1977

i I J Friday, February 25, 1977 "i: ' ' Y~ ■ <•% . 'IP*. -VlEFW" THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 w * Vj ',Y# %y;&, If l; j Viy {r&t Photo by CHARLIE COLE Organ Accommodates Musical *Ups/ 'Downs' When Dr. Charles Brown (above) performed a faculty organ recital in the Main Auditorium last week, he was truly uplifted. For a private audience this week, however, he played in a state of depression. The difference rested not in emotions, but in technology. With the installa- tion of a hydraulic lift recently completed, Dr. Brown was the first to perform publicly on the pipe organ in its elevated position. Dale Peters, chairman of the organ department, said the project was scheduled as part of last summer's Auditorium Building renovation. However, he continued, some work had to be put off until December. For many years, the organ's base was secured several feet below floor level in the pit, even with the first row of auditorium seats. For several years, it was on the floor directl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 February 1977

mtM ■ *•*, ■ ?«*•'; v torn m P ■'■" W -' ' W PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT Battles Creighton Saturday Creighton will invade the Super Pit Saturday night at 7:30 for a grudge match in which the Eagles will attempt to revenge the Feb. 10 win by the Blue- jays. The Bluejays are ranked 15th in the nation by The Associated Press and are among the top 10 in scoring in the na- tion. In the last game with the Eagles, the Bluejays held true to their scoring average and popped 56.9 percent from the field. "Playing defense and controlling the boards will be the keys for winning," Head Coach Bill Blakeley said Thurs- day. "If we can just win, we'll be in good shape...that's a big if." The Eagles will be going into Satur- day's game with a 20-5 record following a 107-104 double overtime win over Centenary at Shreveport Wednesday night. NT's scoring average reached a season high of 91.5 following its sec- ond win over Centenary. Ken Williams is nearing the season record for rebounds set by Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 March 1977

i I? > The North Texas Daily 60TK YEAR NO. 80 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY. MARCH 1, 1977 ' : .• ; if Smith Expects Smooth Transition Education College Selects Dean Pinata Punching Photo by MELODY YU Lewis Abemathy, Denton freshman, celebrates Mexican- American Week by smashing a green and white eagle-shaped pinata at the University Union. The pinata, shattered at noon Mon- day, was filled with candy and discount coupons. By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Repo. ter The permanent dean of the College of Education is Dr. James J. Muro, from the University of Maine, Dr. Miles Anderson, vice-president for academic affairs, announced Monday. Presently dean of that university's College of Education in Orono, Maine, Dr. Muro will take over as NT's dean by Aug. I, Dr. Anderson told the Col- lege of Education at a general faculty meeting. "Dr. Muro came highly recom- mended and received the endorsement of the dean search and screening committee chaired by Dr. Charles Cross," ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 March 1977

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ Tuesday, March 1, 191 ■ n An Editorial Fans Need To Clean Act Mean Green basketball fans should consider cleaning up their act. The NT athletic department is attempting to enter the Southwest Conference (SWC), but may fail because of fans who act as though they were still in high school. The Athletic Council unanimously approved a resolution Jan. 19 to seek entrance into the SWC. The next day, President C.C. Nolen pledged his support of the council's decision. If NT wishes to be treated with the same respect as other SWC schools, it should act more respec- tably. The behavior of Mean Green fans, as it is, leaves much to be desired. Anything can be expected at the games—from making obscene hand gestures to heckling the referees. An example was the throwing of objects on the court during the SMU and Creighton games. One SMU senior, who asked to remain uniden- tified, said she had never seen "such poor sports- manship and conduct" from an opposing team....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 March 1977

' :te& Tuesday. March 1, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 •I; ♦1 Design Show Displays Artists' From Floor Plans to Album Covers Fashion Entry Photo by CHARLIE COLE Denton freshman Susan Mitchell designed a quilted corduroy outfit for the design show that opens today in The Gallery of the Art Building. Works from advertising art, fashion and interior design students were judged by professionals last week. By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter There's no exhibit title, but "variety" describes the design show which runs through March 10 in the Art Building Gallery. Winning entries unveiled last night at the opening reception included a range of media, from floor plans for a Pink Panther Pizza Restaurant to an album cover with the maxim, "All Cows Eat Grass." THE COMPETITIVE exhibition in- cludes the work of advertising art, fashion and interior design students. Gallery hours are I to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Gallery Director Ken Havis s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 March 1977

'' PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. March 1, 1977 SAU Seeks Suggestions About Fall Programming Photo by R.WAYNE RAY Lunchtime Leisure Dallas senior Richard Stewart works on a reading sleeps. The students were taking a lunch break in assignment while Miami junior Cheryle Brown the One O'Clock Lounge. Dallas High School Mixes History, Literature Classes By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter "The American Experience," taught by the Dallas teacher of the year, is a model of how successful an inter- disciplinary course can be, according to Charles Maples, principal of W.T. White High School in Dallas. Maples introduced W.T. White history teacher Mrs. Sylvie Butler, teacher of the year, and two coor- dinators of the course at a meeting of Phi Delta Kappa, the national honorary education fraternity, Thursday. W.T, WHITE English teachers Rosemary Thomas, an NT alumnus, and Bill Nelson are the coordinators of the 3'/2-year-old program, which is the first interdisciplinary course in the Da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 March 1977

\\ • 9 I I Tuesday, March 1, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 NT Health Week Kicks Off Today Little Leader Band director John Stansberry gets a helping hand from his son, Clay, during Saturday's basketball game with Creighton. Clay's interest, however, appears to be focused on other events in the Super Pit. Photo by CHARLIE COLE All-Star Basketball East To Meet West in Mural Classic By CAROL STEWART Daily Reporter Today through Monday the physical education department will observe National Physical Education and Sup- port Week by having guest lecturers, P.E. demonstrations and exercise ac- tivities. Theme for the week is "Get Moving America." It is sponsored nationally by the American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER). "We want to make people aware that movement is good and fun for the individual," Patsy Caldwell of the HPER faculty said. THE LECTURE series began Feb. 17 with speeches by Dr. Harriet Williams and Dr. Waneen Wyrick Spirduso, both of U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 March 1977

PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY iiife • Tuesday, March 1, 1977 Mean Green Clips Bluejays 108-105 in Overtime Play 'Not Me. Ref Photo by CHARLIE COLE Melvin Davis can't believe the official's call against him for fouling Creighton's Randy Eccker in Saturday's 108-105 double overtime thriller in the Super Pit. Davis ripped the cords for 23 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to help the Eagles to their 21st win. By BOBBY REHM Sports Editor North Texas tripped the ISth-ranked Creighton Bluejays 108-I05 Saturday in the Super Pit and may have reignited the Eagles' hopes or an invitation to the NIT (National Invitational Tour- nament) or NCAA post season tourna- ment. Oral Roberts University, Creighton and NT are in a three-way battle in NCAA District 5 as the leading inde- pendents look for tournament bids. "1 THINK it puts us back in the pic- ture," Coach Bill Blakeley said follow- ing the game. "They've got 32 teams in the NCAA and 16 in the NIT. I have to believe that we're one of the best ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 81 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1977 I a Voters To Decide On Center Sites Busted Flat in Denton Photo by R WAYNE DAY After their car quit for good in Amariiio, Jo Ann Rouse, left, River Cox and Steve Showed, all from Langley, Wash., stopped in Denton Monday to relax and entertain students in front of the University Union. The trio is making its way to Austin. By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Daily Reporter After weeks of haggling over where to build two neighborhood recreation centers, the city council will let Denton voters decide on the sites in the April 2 elections. The council approved 4-0 a motion by councilman Bill Nash to let voters decide whether to build the centers at Denia and North Lake parks or Denia and Evers parks. The council decided to let voters settle the issue after failing to approve any of the sites. A vote of 2-2 killed a motion by councilman Joe Mitchell to have the centers built at Northlake and Deni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1977

* PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ^ ipus _ Wednesday, March 2. 1977 '* Ulf Controversy Surrounds ABC's Barbara Walters Network May A Iter News Format, Feature Cosell in Sports Segment NEW YORK (AP)—Her friends say it's unfair. Her critics say it's long overdue. At issue is the criticism and mounting controversy swirling around Barbara Walters, not only the first woman in a network anchor slot, but also the highest-paid newscaster in television. Fed by corporate leaks and colleagues' criticism, questions are being raised about her performance as coanchor of the ABC Evening News and about the status of the network news executives who last year signed her to a five-year, SS-million contract. IN THE LAST THREE weeks there have been published reports that Miss Walters and her coanchor Harry Reasoner aren't getting along and that one of them might step down. There also have been rumors that a news division management shake-up is possible and that ABC's wizard sports executive, Roone Arledg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1977

8M ft i' Wednesday, March 2, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Senior To Perform Original Works C.D. Rusciano, Houston senior, will present his senior composition recital Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall. The seven pieces that will be per- formed were written by Rusciano in the past three years. He will present com- positions that range from some of his first works to his latest works. "I'm not trying to use just the latest ones and say here's my best because I wrote it last," he said. The first piece, "Abstract Impres- sions," contains excerpts from a song cy- cle. The composer describes this as a group of songs that relate to each other in some way. This segment features soprano Martha Pampell, Hobbs, N.M., graduate student. The musicians will be cellist Deborah Petty, Abilene senior, and pianist Scott Young. Next will be an electronic tape piece titled "Winter Prelude." The third selec- tion will be "Three Sacred Songs" featuring soprano Pam Hamblin, Bridgeport g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1977

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Honesty Reaps Reward Honesty usually has its reward, even though it may not be in money. Last week, Houston senior Tim Rogers was in the Crumley Hall lobby when he decided to quench his thirst. Rogers went to a Dr Pepper machine to buy a soft drink. When he looked down, he saw a green money sack near his feet. The Dr Pepper distributor had ap- parently left the bag after refilling the machine. Rogers picked up the money bag and looked inside it. He found to his surprise, a lot of money in it. He went upstairs and counted the money with his roommate Lewis Gambill, Fort Worth sophomore. Rogers decided to call Dr Pepper headquarters and tell them he had found the money. Rogers told a Dr Pepper representative there was $26.25 in the satchel and that he wanted to return it. The representative told him to keep the money until Wednesday and he would pick it up and give Robers a case of Dr Pepper for being honest. Rogers, who is an art major at NTSU, said he w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1977

Wednesday, March 2, 1977 Byrd Wants Court Gurdjieff Ouspensky Center Now accepting students-Dallas 214-824-2434 For Dallas DALLAS (AP)—Last Christmas it was undercover men disguised as Santa Claus who nailed prostitutes offering their services. Last weekend undercover female officers did their turn and they nailed 26 would-be customers. And so goes the battle of the Dallas police department against prostitution. One result of the crackdown has been a backlog of cases pending before city courts. Chief of Police Don Byrd went before the city council Tuesday to ask for the creation of a special court. The court would handle only prostitution-related cases, he told the council. Police, he said, also need some help on "the periphery of prostitution" such as motels working basically as bases of operations for prostitutes and cab drivers acting as referral services. The 26 arrests consituted the second large-scale attack on prostitution in re- cent days. Last week, police announced the bre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 March 1977

1,1 PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 2, 1977 I- I! NT Season Finale Offers Revenge, Playoff Hope Getting High A Phi Beta Sigma player goes up for a shot against Earth, Wind and Fire In Monday night's Intramural playoff game, won by Earth, Wind and Fire 58-26. In other mural playoff action Monday, Sudden Death smashed Lambda Chi Alpha 59- 37, Alpha Phi Alpha slipped past Clark 99 Dix 62- 59 as Denton senior Alfred Batts pumped In 19 points for the winners and Willingbord, N.J., freshman Bruce Brown scored 24 points to lead the Ohio Players over McConnell 56-51. Photo by CHARLIE COLE Sports Briefs Mixed Captures Cage Title Faculty-Staff basketball action ended, and a basketball free throw contest and bowling tournament were held last week. Women's basketball ended Thursday with Mixed romping over Archie's Angels 30-17. Mary Kukolich of the biology department scored 26 points for Mixed, enough for the winning margin. The final standings in the divisions have Mixed winning ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1977

* Taking a Ride Somedays even Transporta- tion Enterprises, Inc., buses are towed away from their parking spaces on NT. This bus was towed away from Its space Wednesday after- noon, but for repairs and not a parking violation. Photo by TERRY WOOTEN w The North Texas Daily 1^ * V I I * A # Uy/ieifiAiit mi Amm 60TH YEAR NO. 82 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1977 Denton City Council Action Nash's Utility Proposals Die By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Dally Reporter The City Council failed to pass two proposals by councilman Bill Nash Tuesday aimed at reducing local electric bills. A motion to stop collecting the 12.5 per cent reserve on excess fuel costs died for lack of a second, and a proposal to give the city staff power to waive late penalties for hardship cases will be refer- red to the Utility Board. "I see no justification in collecting money that way (the 12.5 per cent reserve)," Nash said. "It just passes through to Lone Star Gas and then to Lo Vaca." Counci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1977

wt PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY . '■ • Thursday, March 3, 1977 An Editorial Case Threatens Press Freedom Hustler magazine is sensational, shocking, gross and in poor taste. Nevertheless, the recent sentencing of its publisher, Larry Flynt, by a Cin- cinnati judge to a maximum of 25 years in state prison is a threat to our First Amendment right of free press and expression. The Supreme Court has ruled there are limits on our First Amendment rights. For instance, just because a person has the right to freely express himself, he is not entitled to shout "Fire!" in a crowded theater. Freedom of the press does not extend to intentionally printing libelous state- ments that destroy the reputations of innocent people. But what about the question of obscenity? The court has found defining what is obscene and what is not an unwelcomed task and has therefore left the matter up to each community to set its own standard. It is doubtful that Flynt, now free on bail, will be remembered in the a...

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