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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 March 1971

' '"7 m S^^TWHaSKlVwH' hmIPF* '*$$$ ~Jt3 ;- 1 • 1 <: Thursday, March 18.1971 Groups Plan Last Concert March 24 Three musical groups will present their last on-campus performance for the semes- ter with a Spring Concert at 8:15 p.m. March 24 in the Music Recital Hall. Madrigal Singers, the University Sym- phony and the Chapel Choir will present separate programs in the concert. The programs are being presented to- gether because of difficulty in booking the Recital Hall. Dr. Robert Ottman, director of the Madrigal Singers, said that there are so many concerts booked in advance that sometimes it is necessary to book as many as three recitals together. The Madrigal Singers will open the pro- gram with two Elizabethan madrigals, "My Bonnie Lass She Smileth" by Thomas Morley and "Dainty Fine Bird" by Orlando Gibbons. The main portion of their pro- gram will be "Flower Songs" by Benjamin Britten, five choral numbers based on poems by Robert Herrick, George Crabbe and John Clare and one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 March 1971

WW ' " 'Mm ' PAGE*—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY (I . f , , .v « 1 . . ': ';illIffi■,7'% $$';i :: '■■■' ■ V: '■" ®: Thursday, March 18.1971 { Wa Posed for Action! Picture at far left shows the neutral position to begin the match. In the second sequence, Oscar Renda begins a takedown of Mike Billings. In the third and far right photo, wrestling members demonstrate how the down or bottom man can score, either by an escape or reversal. —Photos by Pat Gilliland Wrestling Grows In Public Interest 1970-71 Wrestling Team Bottom row, from left: Mike Gallivan, Bert Rader, Oscar Renda, Phil Mc- Kinney, Mike Billings, Gosby King and Nemo Baker. Top row, from left: John Bartone, Bill Hunt, Greg Guston, Mike Groves, Charlie Scott, Bob Fiorini, John DeGina, Ed Arrowood and Coach Bob Maughan. Rusty Ruffu is not pictured. The Power, the passion, the terror of Emily Bronte's immortal story of young love. By RICK HOLCOMB Daily Reporter One of the oldest but least talked about sports in the land has increased...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 March 1971

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NO. 89 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1971 ft I) 1', I 1 J' ' /' Voters Ratify Charter; Controversy Develops Relay Royalty Deborah Reese. Waco junior, was selected North Texas Relay queen Wednesday and will reign over the relays Saturday at Fouts Field. Miss Reese's queen attendants are Nancy Corley. Dallas sophomore, left, and Betsey Hammerle, Garland junior See North Texas Relays story on page 4 Norlh Texas students ratified the pro- posed constitution by a 2.4 to I margin after two days of voting. When does it go into effect? The last paragraph of the constitution states that the document "shall become effective when ratified by a majority of the students voting. . ." The results of the elec- tion were 1,226 votes for ratification and 507 against. William C. Lindley, vice-president for student affairs, said Thursday, "The new constitution will not be in effect until ap- proved by the President...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 March 1971

B4th Vmt The North Texas Daily Worth Tew itm Untvfrty Denton. Friday, March 19.1971 ,T«M 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. Access Roads New Law Aids Frazzled Nerves Driving along the access roads of Interstate 35 can be a harrowing exper- ience for anyone who is not both alert and cautious. Sometimes it is har- rowing even for those who do pay attention. Traffic is allowed to travel two ways on both access roads providing the easy means for an accident. A driver can check an exit then turn to find another driver turning in front of him onto a side street. Or one can be driv- ing against the traffic flow when another driver may suddenly make an en- trance to the expre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 March 1971

if f V V m J - Friday, March 19,1971 Ellis Directs 'New Music' On Tuesday Merrill Ellis, director of the Electronic Music Center, will present a program of "new music" Tuesday for the Music Teach- ers National Association (MTNA) at their national convention in Chicago. Ellis will he conducting a program of his own compositions as well as two composi- tions by Bruce Balentine, Bedford senior. The program will include the use of elec- tronic instruments and electronic modifi- cation of voices as well as the use of color, lights and design. "Modification of voice involves feeding a singers voice into a synthesizer to change the sound and add a lot of color," Ellis said. The synthesizer also modifies instrumental sounds. "The North Texas Electronic Music Cen- ter is the largest and most active lab in the Southwest," Ellis said. "We are interested in extending the dimensions of music and are doing research and exploration toward ihis end. Some of our experiments have led lo computerized ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 March 1971

PAGE 4—TH1 NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 19.1971 uT^lw- ' f J|| hmm*lEsSHraEi Mya*. •%< :• ^Vv ■•■*■* « ^ ., ■. * '• T>1 ' 1 * - vAk , ^ .'.1 * ,-. *■ '-•, s3®IS^ ' IP [ ".-. 6 .'V ' . ';■ - ■••" ?23$ . 4% ¥ v ;7v^yVv'*./V-4 i . Gettin Loose Two members of the North Texas mile relay team— Dallas freshman Austin Salter on the left, and Fort Worth senior Vernon Evans on the right—rehearse for Saturday's North Texas Relays to be held in Fouts Field. The mile relay team will be trying for their fourth straight first place finish. Their best time this year has been 3:19. The other mile-relay members are Don Everett, Corpus Christi freshman, and Dennis Stephens, Breckenridge senior. 35 Total Signees Ness Recruits 7 for Gridiron Seven new recruits were added to the ever growing list of high school football players who want to play the gridiron game for North Texas State during the next four years. THE SEVEN signees brought the num- ber of freshman products to 35. The seven are: — H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 March 1971

L y P c v I i' li > I The North Texas Daily S4TH YEAR NO. 90 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. MARCH 23. 1971 miiiiiiHiiiiiimimiiHiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiHiHiMHiitHHiiiiiiimmiHimiiiimimuiiHi NEWS CAPSULES i S IIIIHIHHIIHIIIHIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllilHHIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIlA North Texas Still Awaits Candidate for President North Texas has been without a president since August of last year and it will be for another month or so, A. M. Willis, chair- man of the Board of Regents, said. Willis said in a telephone interview Mon- day the committee was still considering ap- plicants for the office and has no plans to announce a president now. "We have some very good people who would like the job," he said. "However, we want to find the right man for it." Willis had said in January the selection would be made in 60 to 80 days. He said he believes the process will be closer to "80 and maybe 90 days." "We hope to announce a candida...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 March 1971

if PAQI2—THI NORTH TIXA DAILY •; I i, ;■ fCjP V: NT Coed Becomes Miss Denton 1971 Miss Barret Named In Friday Pageant Jackie Barret, Comanche sophomore, was named Miss Denton 1971 Friday night alter competing with II other semi-finalists in the pageant. Miss Barret, an English major, played "Carnival of Venice" on the flute and "Stars and Stripes Forever" on the piccolo as her talent presentation. Deborah Schopp, TWU coed, was named first runner- up. Miss Schopp is a state champion gymnast, and per- formed on the uneven parallel bars. The other runners-up were Fredna Howard, Dallas fresh- man, Laura Whiesnhunt, Killeen freshman, and Nina Young, TWU coed. Janelle Twyford, Denton sophomore, was named Miss Congeniality. Photos by Larry Reese Miss Denton 1971 Jackie Barret is congratulated by Ken Nelson, promotion manager of the competition, and Janice Baine, Miss White Settlement 1971 and former Miss Denton 1971. Miss Barret is surprised and delighted as she is named Miss Denton 1971 r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 March 1971

' WWB Tuesday. March 23.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 1 f - ■I I Movie Review Getting Involved Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority sponsored its third annual talent and fashion show Saturday night in the Main Auditorium Diane Wright, left, was mis- tress of ceremonies, and Cynthia Dorsey, right, was a model for the event. —Photo by Otis Smith Around the Campus National Teacher Exam Scheduled National Teacher Examinations will be given April 3 at 8:30 a.m. in the Main Au- ditorium for those who have met the March 11 registration deadline. The test will also be given July 17. June 24 will be the registration deadline. Applications are available in the College of Education office. The Film Society will present "Shoot the Piano Player" starring CHARLES AZNAVOt'R, who is said to be a "French Bogart," Wednesday at 8 p.m. There will also be a short film on the 1968 Republican Convention at Miami Beach, Fla., entitled "Hocus." The deadline for pledge applications to Kappa Delta Pi is April I. A pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 March 1971

wfiSP.1*® PAQE 4—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY warn J&MM. ass Tuesday, March 23.1971 m>{ I ■: T > «, - £■' P -.v. - Zti&t I *'*V: BP ■funic i Larkins Hops Shocker! Miller Off To Wichita By GEORGE FOSTER Associate Sports Editor A search was started at 2 p.m. Satur- day for a new basketball coach when North Texas State lost the one it had to Wichita State University (WSU). Harry Miller, who in his first year at North Texas had taken the Eagles to a 10- 15 record, resigned to take the head coach- ing position at WSU. The Shockers finished last in the Valley with 3-ll record and a 10-14overall mark. Miller had been pondering the decision for the last three weeks, and had traveled with his wife to Wichita Thursday to make a final decision. "It was difficult to decide because I was very content and satisfied here," Miller said. "The area was great, and I really en- joyed the people I worked with, both the administration and Athletic Director Rod Rust. In my opinion Rod Rust is one o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1971

WW The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat B4TH YEAR NO. 91 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 24. 1971 ' I New Office Coordinates Gift Funds When North Texas graduates make fortunes and want to contribute to (he ole' alma mater, the Development Office under the direction of Dr. James H. Stewart, Jr., will be available to help out. Dr. Stewart said that the name of his office is misleading. "This office," he explained, "will coor- dinate all gifts, not to inhibit, but to en- hance giving to the University. It will not only be a 'receiving arm' for North Texas, but it will also make/it easier for people to decide what fund they wish to contribute to." The office plans to publish pamphlets announcing funds at North Texas and the names of donors who have contributed. The Development Office was initiated Sept. I and is still in the process of organi- zing itself. This first year, according to Dr. Stewart, will be "a planning year. "Eventually we will pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1971

w "v- : ' Wm. i iW ■'V?lis TOw FAQE2—THC NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. March 24,1971 The North Texas Daily MthVear North Texas State University Denton, Texes 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. Changes Overdue Code To Offer Legal Overhaul The proposed new Penal Code has sparked much controversy in Texas legal circles. Conservative law officers and prosecuters, including Dallas Dist. Atty. Henry Wade, have attacked it across the board as being "soft on crime," pointing out that it provides for a reduction of prison sentences for certain crimes. But the new code contains many interesting and innovative changes. Five years in the making, it was authored by legal scholars, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1971

Wednesday. March 24,1971 m '**si' ■ f «fv/" ' ,mk- ■ Eyecatcher Kat Schmidt, Dalhart sophomore, is a drama major and member of Alpha Psi Omega and the University Players. She likes to sketch, write and ski. —Photo by Gary Keller Around the Campus Sophomore Guard Seeks Members Convention To Honor Kappa Delta Alumni By JOYCE DANCY Daily Reporter Two national alumni officers oT Kappa Delta sorority will be honored guests at the annual State Day convention to be held on campus Friday and Saturday. "It's very unusual to get two national officers at our state meetings, and we're very proud that we could host them at North Texas," Mrs. Elizabeth I.omax of the Eng- lish faculty said, She is a Kappa Delta alumna and student adviser of the local Kappa Delta chapter. The honored guests will be Mrs. Leona CONSIDER PLACE 4 CANDIDATE JAY HAMMOND FOR DALLAS CITY COUNCIL He Independent, Vole Independently' APRIL 6 HE WILL CONSIDER YOU! Good of Dallas, national vice-president for collegiate chapters...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 March 1971

■F>% PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 24,1971 T/ it<fk-.. m Symmetry Under the hawk eye of one of the starting judges, par- ticipants in last Saturday's North Texas Relays begin the 220-yard dash. North Texas won their first team championship of the season and their fifth straight Football Prospectus North Texas Relays. The youngsters perched on top of the starting platform seem to be enjoying an afternoon at the relays. Rust Seeks Better Offense By CARTER CROMWELL Daily Reporter Rod Rust is tn search of an offense. Rust has been in this dilemma since last fall when his Eagles went 3-8, largely be- cause of a sputtering offense which aver- aged just 16 points a game. NATURALLY, offense, especially quar- terback, is a major focal point in spring practice. "We're concentrating on three things offensively this spring," Rust said. "We're trying to improve individual techniques, evaluate the personnel and strive for of- fensive balance." Rust had seven quarterbacks on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1971

If 7- A / A * V V ¥« t- h * v- } Deming Charged in Ethics Breach Case Filed Wednesday in USNT Student Court K. C. Calhoun, vice-prcsident of the "old" USNT, filed charges Wednesday in the USNT Student Court against Jimmy Deming, president of the "new" Student Government Association (SGA), and called for an emergency meeting of the Student Assembly Wednesday. Calhoun based his case against Deming on the following allegations: • "Illegally drawing up and submitting a biased constitution to the student body for his own personal interests. • "For violation of ethical standards in drawing a salary of $250 per month on a constitution he authored with personal friends," which "is in clear violation of Tex- as law." According to Calhoun, Denton sopho- more, the purpose of the proposed meeting "will be to take action about the ethics em- ployed by Deming." In a four-page statement, which con- cluded with his resignation as USNT vice- president, Calhoun made the following charges: • That Demi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1971

The North Texas Daily iVtar \ State University Danton. Taxis 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. Welfare Proposal Nixon's Sysfem An Improvement President Nixon recently proposed before Congress a revolutionary plan to remodel the welfare system in the United States. Nixon called the system as it is today "a monstrous, consuming outrage." The welfare system today is actually composed of 54 state and territorial systems, only a handful of which exceed the federal poverty standard. These systems support fully 13.5 million Americans—an increase of 70 per cent over five years ago and 41 per cent over the last 14 cr 15 months alone. The money spent for welfare totals $15 bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1971

1' I l*< f V Thursday, March 26,1971 Drama Class To Present Two Plays "Overruled," an opera-comedy without music, will be the first of two plays to be presented today at 4 p.m. in the Studio Theater of the Speech and Drama Building. Geoffrey Bentin, San Antonio junior, and Marilyn Shults, Dallas junior, codirect the production. It will be followed at 5 p.m. by "The Green Bay Tree," a three-act play that di- rector Patrick Muscanere, Arlington senior, describes as a psychological love tragedy. Both productions are being done for the advanced directing class of Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton of the speech and drama faculty. There will be no admission charge for either of the performances. Members of the "Overruled" cast are Mike Wright, Denton junior, as Gregory Lunn; Alice Gleason, Dallas junior, as Mrs. Juno; Gordon Holt, Casanova, Va„ fresh- man, as Sibthorpe Juno; and Linda Walls, Sinton junior, as Mrs. Juno. "The Green Bay Tree" cast includes Steve Lehew, Grapevine junior, as Dulci- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1971

I PAOI4—THE NOHTH TEXAS DAILY George Foster *1% IMMIiilllllllMMIMIMIIIH HIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIH Miller To Benefit Wichita Program After seven months of trying to under- stand Harry Miller 1 was beginning to suc- ceed, when he accepted the head basketball post at Wichita State University. When I first heard of Miller 1 asked my- self, "Who was this man from New Mexi- co?" It didn't take me long to find out. Watch- ing him in a practice game against East Texas State gave me my first clue. Miller was dedicated to winning. His past track record proved it. Miller had already reached the pinnacle of success at Eastern New Mexico. He had taken Eastern to the NA1A (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) national title in 1969 and compiled a 104-37 record over five years. Prior to his Eastern tenure, he had a 96-40 mark at Fresno State for five years. THE NORTH Texas outlook for 1970- 71 was a mystery to many fans. The Eagles had lost three key performers prior to Mil- ler's arrival, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1971

li, ', ' . v f V v * ► V I- ,/ The North Texas Daily 64TH YEAR NO. 92 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1971 Deming, Forman Refute Charges Student body president Jimmy Deming and Maury Forman, former USNT vice- president and candidate for student body president, made point-by-point rebuttals Wednesday of charges made by K.C. Cal- houn, who recently resigned as vice-presi- dent of the USNT. Calhoun succeeded Forman to the post after Forman resigned in February. In a four-page statement released Wednesday, Calhoun charged Forman with political bias and other offenses. Calhoun also named Deming in the state- ment and filed a case in student court charg- ing him with: • "Illegally drawing up and submitting a biased constitution to the student body for his personal interests. • "For violation of ethical standards in drawing a salary of $250 per month on a constitution he authored with personal friends." Forman said he was very surprise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1971

Sot PAQI 2—THB NORTH TlXAt DAILY Friday, March 26.1971 The North Texas Daily MthVaar North Twum State University Danton, Taxas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office DASH Helps Students New Program Flourishes 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. Change Needed Justice System Requires Money The American nation was founded almost I95 years ago on the principle that every man was entitled to justice in his dealings with the law. Today, many Americans wonder what happened to this justice. Courts are bogged down and unfair in their proceedings, police are accused of brutality and unconstitutional tactics, and the prison system, in many instances, is known for its brutality. During the last presidential campaign, P...

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