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

Thursday, March 3, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 J ] PI' I *1 • • I I I . V i J I I1 >t1 li Photo Club Displays First Exhibition Student Photography Association Shows Work V Photo courlwy of Dtnton Community ThMtw 'Red House' Romance Fort Worth freshman Dan Manning assures his fiancee, Betty Calladine, played by ETSU graduate Jan Goodwin, that their wed- ding plans will proceed as scheduled. The scene Is from "Red House Mystery" at the Firehouse Theater. Denton Community Theater The Student Photography Associa- tion's first exhibit of the semester is on display through Friday in the Photo Gallery of the Art Building, according to Judi Humphries of the art faculty. Color and black-and-white photographs are in the exhibit of 12 stu- dents' works. Snow is featured in the compositions of both Denton graduate student Pra- muan Burusphat and Piano freshman Joseph Prock. Burusphat's work in- cludes snow on steps and snow on pine tree needles, while two of Prock's photos are of cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1977

I . . . ■PUjiPPV PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ;'l Sessions To Study Sexuality By CAROL COURSEY Daily Reporter A series of groups are available or will soon be available as part of the Counsel- ing and Testing Center's services. Dr. Elneita Dever, counseling psychologist, said Tuesday. A siA-session human sexuality group will be offered beginning March 22 from 10 to 11:30 a.m., Cindy Delashaw and Rick Crawford, coordinators for the group, said. Some of the primary goals of the group will be: making it easier to talk about sex, exploring and clarifying values and attitudes of sex roles, and dis- sipating anxiety and discomfort about sexuality by identifying with the group, Mrs. Delashaw said. Other areas of concern include heightning awareness of divergent sexual life styles and dispelling myths of human sexuality. Information about the nature of venereal disease (VD) will also be provided, Mrs. Delashaw said. Each session will begin with struc- tured exercises designed to meet the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1977

V ill I ' 1 b Thursday, March 3, 1977 English Staff Sets Talks By Editor Dr. James W. Sire, editor and author, will give three lectures for the English department Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Language Building 316, Dr. Mallory Chamberlin of the English faculty said Monday. Dr. Sire is the editor of Intervarsity Press, of Downers Grove, 111., a worldwide publishing organization, Dr. Chamberlin said. At 10 a.m. Dr. Sire will critique pas- sages from Kurt Vonnegut's "Cat's Cradle," Albert Camus' "The Plague" and Saul Bellow's "Mr. Sammler's Planet" because they reveal three basic world views: naturalism, existentialism and theism, Dr. Chamberlin said. The 11 a.m. lecture, "Milton and Modern Christianity," will focus on Milton's preface to "The Christian Doctrine" as it reveals insights into the understanding of "Paradise Lost," Dr. Chamberlin said. The lecture will at- tempt to answer the question: "Why does Milton's Christianity appear so foreign to the 20th century reader?" T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 March 1977

PfrSSIW ? '■ (dp PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 3, 1977 Eagles Close Season With 86-72 Defeat Hoop Hunting Photo by CHARLIE COLE North Texas forward Fred Mitchell sets his sights for the basket as Pan American's Henry Taylor defends. Taylor and teammates held Mitchell to 10 points in the contest and shut him out in the Two Hits, No Runs second half as the Broncos came out on top 86- 72 for NT's sixth loss of the season against 21 wins. The defeat was the Mean Green's second this season in the Super Pit. NT Drops Doubleheader By PHIL ROGERS Daily Reporter The baseball club opened its season with a thud Tuesday by dropping a doubleheader to Southeastern Oklahoma State University 13-0, 12-0 at Durant, Okla. Southeastern's pitching duo of Bob Oliver and Johnny Hamilton held NT to two hits all day. Meanwhile, Southeastern's hitters were assaulting Mean Green pitching for 24 hits. Oliver no-hit North Texas in the opener, allowing only three Eagles to reach base in the game...

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

Newscaps- > ■>' 11 V i'llj Tu h Graduation Hopefuls Must File by Monday The College of Arts and Sciences' deadline for receiving applications from undergraduates for graduation in May is Monday. The application process involves securing an application packet from the Dean of Admissions or the student's rxademic dean, paying a diploma fee of S4 in the Business Office and turning in the packet with a complete transcript to the academic dean. Students who have not yet applied for their bachelor of arts degrees should order their transcripts from the Registrar's Office immediately. Students who don't apply by Monday probably will not graduate, except under very extreme circumstances. Founder To Discuss La Raza Unida's Future Jose Angel Gutierrez, founder of La Raza Unida, will speak at I p.m. today in Matthews Hall Auditorium, about the future of La Raza Unida. The lecture is sponsored by the Dean of Students Office and the Mexican- American Student Association as the highlight of...

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

An Editorial Establish Evaluation Policy As North Texas State University continues to grow into one of the largest and best state univer- sities in Texas, the need for a comprehensive teacher evaluation program becomes more and more evident. v As it is, students select their courses from a computerized listing. They often know little more about the course or the teacher than a few numbers and a meaningless name. In a university this large, it is impossible to know which teacher would best suit student's needs. Students take courses for various reasons. Many take classes because they are required for graduation or because they need an elective. Some take courses with a sincere desire to learn. All of these students are at the mercy of numbers and schedules; for few are aware of the quality of the course, textbooks or instructor. Departments have the option of having stu- dents fill out departmentalized teacher evalua- tions at the end of the semester, but such surveys are spasmodic a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1977

4 r 11 i. Friday, March 4, 1977 Musical 'Gypsy' Entertains Audience; Runs Through Sunday Play Review By MARSHA FARAM Dally Reporter Editor's Note: The performance reviewed wai Tueaday'i drew rehearsal. From "curtain up" to Mama Rose's last promise to herself of stardom, the production of "Gypsy" by Alpha Psi Omega and the NT drama department kept its audience laughing and tapping its feet. "Gypsy" is the story of Mama Rose and her daughters, Louise and June, and their different paths to stardom. Tickets for "Gypsy", which will be perfor- med tonight and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 1:30 and 6:30 p.m., are on sale at the Theatre Box Office. General admission tickets are $2.25 and tickets for students with ID's are $1.50. Dallas senior Joan Nelson turned in an outstanding performance as Mama Rose, the loud, energetic woman who pushed her daughters into vaudeville. Miss Nelson had a powerful role to play and she gave a powerful perfor- mance. Mama bullies her way through vaudeville...

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

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Women's Workshop To Discuss Careers A career workshop for women in science and engineering will be held March 18 on the UT-Arlington campus from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., June Casey, director of Services for Women and Returning Students, said Wednesday. Freshman or sophomore women are invited to attend, Ms. Casey said. There are no charges or fees to participate in the workshop, she added. The workshop will consist of panel discussions, programs and career dis- plays in the areas of science and engineering. There will be specialized discussion groups in which students will have the opportunity to talk with professional women scientists and engineers, Ms. Casey said. "The workshop's purpose is to ac- quaint college students with successful women scientists and engineers and to encourage women to pursue a scientific career," Ms. Casey said. The workshop is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation under its Women in Science Program, she added. Fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1977

V V IVi j LI I I Friday, March 4, 1977 Designers Will Attend Conference Approximately one dozen students will leave today to attend the Southwest Regional Student Conference of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), according to student chapter president Kathy Adcock. The meeting, held at the Skirvin Plaza Hotel in Oklahoma City, Okla., extends through Sunday. The Skirvin was chosen as the meeting place because of its architecture. The hotel, built in 1910, features gargoyles in the lobby, brass elevator doors and 11-cornered "round" rooms. Miss Adcock said a group project per- formed by students in Art 488, a design studio class, will be shown, along with student work from 15 other southwestern universities, from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday. The NTSU group served as interior design consultants for the Richardson General Hospital. Students chose paint, carpet, wall graphics and furniture. Saturday's activities will include round table discussions with ASID professionals. Topics ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1977

Z .1.U713TZ.5!:''- ; • \W P# ,n ' •' A ■ Vv'i.v PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Earth, Wind, Fire Burns Ohio Players By RICK KELSEY Daily Reporter Earth, Wind and Fire overcame a rocky first-half performance to take a 51-41 come-from-behind win over the Ohio Players Thursday night and repeat as men's intramural basketball cham- pions. The six point lead was the biggest margin the Players could maintain over Earth, Wind and Fire in the entire game. However, the Players held on to the lead most of the first half and were on top 26- 25 when the period ended. The second half started off in the same style until two baskets by Don Reed and one by Joe Spiller gave Earth, Wind and Fire a six point lead. Earth, Wind and Fire was in com- mand the rest of the way and outscored the Players 26-15 in the second half to take the game and the championship. In the co-rec semifinal basketball games played last night, Mean Machine edged Pi Kappa Alpha 75-73, and B.N.B. upset the Clark 99 Munchkins 62-5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1977

7*>" La Raza Unida Founder Explains Lawsuit By RICHARD KIRK, Daily Reporter I The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is helping the La Raza Unida party prepare a lawsuit against the CIA, FBI, Texas Rangers, DPS and other law enforcement groups, La Raza founder Jose Gutierrez, claims have harassed party members. Gutierrez made the announcement in a speech Friday at the climax of "Semana Chicana 1977," Mexican-American emphasis week.' Gutierrez said the impact of the Ramsey Muniz affair has caused negative publicity for La Raza activities. La Raza needed $50,000 in legal fees to defend Muniz, Texas gubernatorial candidate for La Raza Unida in 1972, who has been indicted on 20 counts of conspiracy to transport mari- juana into Texas, Gutierrez said. "A lot of people are criticizing us and making generalizations. 'If Muniz was involved in that, then all of us are.' That's not true. Look at Richard Nixon, they didn't indict the Republican party. Look at Don Yarborough, the new Texa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1977

I Wr ' : apwww ■ ■''■ ■■ ■<+-+■. •* ■■ ■ «& : v, PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Committee Should Survey All Students Last week, members of the Student Service Fee Committee (SSF) proposed to raise more money for the athletic department by charging students admission to athletic events. This motion should die a speedy death in com- mittee for lack of a second. The SSF, comprised of one graduate student, one minority student, two students at-large, three administration representatives and one faculty member, conducted a survey at an NT basketball game last week to find out if students would be willing to pay a 50-cent admission fee to basketball games and SI to football games. This additional money would be used to offset a $50,000 deficit in next year's budget, according to Raoul Smyth, Student Association (SA) president and chairman of the SSF. Students must realize that paying admission to athletic events will not lower the student service fee figured into tuiti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1977

1? jesday, March 8, 1977 Choir To Give Performance In Recital Hall The A Cappella Choir will give a con- cert tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall, Frank McKinley of the music faculty said Monday. The program will include secular and sacred numbers the choir performed during a four-day tour of Oklahoma and Texas last week. "O Admirabile Commercium" by Handel and "Be Not Afraid" by Bach, two baroque motets, will begin the program. These will be followed by con- temporary music educator Zoltan Kodaly's "Missa Brevis." The choir will sing Paul Patterson's "Gloria" which made its American premiere when performed by the choir on tour. The next work will be Dominick Argento's "Gloria" from the opera "The Masque of Angels," published in 1964. Next will be "Three Irish Songs" by Nicholas Maw, "Trem de Ferro" by Ernst Mahl and "Solov'yem Zalyet- nym" by Alexander Aliabiev. The program will conclude with the spiritual "Hold On!" arranged by Dr. Eugene T. Simpson of the Glassboro Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1977

Tuesday, March 8. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Vice Squads Crack Down On Pornography in Texas 2 f ■ ■ i pt/mi / a n\ ti - _ i • _ .l* f r-% n i i i I i__ v < _,J ,*A ■ 111 knnlc u r# Photo by CHARLIE COLE Pressure Print Rob Schmid, Bartlesville, Okla., graduate stu- dent, demonstrates the use of an early 20th cen- tury printing press in the NT Historical Collection. The paper is placed on an iron bed and pressed. News Roundup HOUSTON (AP)—Those persons who are turned on by X-rated movies, pornographic magazines and prostitutes are getting turned off by vice squad of- ficers in at least three Texas cities. Dist. Atty. Carol S. Vance ordered a crackdown in Houston on adult bookstores and films that show explicit sex acts and have no plot or musical background. Five bookstore clerks have been arrested and more raids are plan- ned. In San Antonio, Capt. James Despres, head of the police vice squad, said of- ficers have raided four bookstores in re- cent weeks and made "some arrests for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1977

t > it I 1) I •> f f ♦. Tuesday, March 8, 1977 Eagles Take Win In Rugby Match By RICHARD DAY Daily Reporter The Rugby Club returned to its win- ning ways Saturday, Handing the Fort Worth Rugby Football Club a 19-16 defeat on the Fouts Field practice field. NT seemed to control the tempo of the match almost from the beginning as they were handed a scoring opportunity before a minute had elapsed. Fort Worth was penalized at their own 38 yard line and from there Corpus Christi junior Norbert Valerio's field goal at- tempt was wide to the right. VALERIO WAS given another chance several minutes later and this time his kick was true from 30 yards out, giving NT a 3-0 lead only nine minutes into the match. After Fort Worth was unable to counter the NT score, Paul Roth, Robs- town senior, and Taylor Vaughn, Denton senior, executed a play which ended with Vaughn diving into the end zone with the ball for an NT try. Fort Worth missed a 19-yard field goal attempt following an NT penalty,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1977

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 85 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9. 1977 I I II ' I TWU Loses Bid To Start School AUSTIN (AP)—The Texas College Coordinating Board rejected a bid Tues- day by TWU to establish a Rio Grande Valley medical school aimed at al- leviating doctor shortages in South Texas. Tony Bonilla of Corpus Christi and Marshall Formby of Plainview dissented in the board's 10 to 2 vote. Several board members acknowledged there is a shortage of physicians in the poverty-stricken regions of South Texas but said they didn't feel another medical school would keep doctors from migrating to large cities. TWU'S PROPOSAL called for the creation of a medical school emphasiz- ing the training of family practice physi- cians. TWU officials said the school was aimed at providing more doctors for the area. The board, however, apparently left the door ajar by establishing its top priority a committee to study ways of keeping doctors in rural areas. "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1977

n, jmJf•rfyrffrftSWHIt " mill ; ..if—i > V! PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. March 9, 1977 An Editorial Officials Bungle Flu Shots As the memories of a harsh winter fade into spring, the threat of a massive swine flu epidemic fades into what could possibly be the govern- ment's worst foul-up of 1976. Last fall, the Ford administration set a goal to inoculate millions of Americans against what was predicted to be the first major outbreak of swine flu in 50 years. The swine flu scare was prompted by the death of a Ft. Dix, N.J., soldier from the disease. However, the epidemic failed to materialize and only three cases of swine flu were discovered throughout the flu season. The effects of swine flu inoculations were not so minor. Nearly 400 people were temporarily paralyzed by Guillain-Barre syndrome, a direct result of swine flu inoculations. They were the unfor- tunate victims of the cure rather than the disease. In the rush to develop the required amounts of swine flu va...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1977

A 1 * > v h i - Wednesday, March 9, 1977 Jazz Players Donate Talent For Concert By CHRIS ANDERSON Dally Reporter The National Association of Jazz Educators (NAJE), in cooperation with Dallas senior Kirk Hammond of KNTU, will present "An Evening of Modern Jazz" tonight at 7 in The Lyceum. According to Sparky Koerner, Denton graduate student and president of the NT chapter of NAJE, the groups performing in the concert are comprised of musicians from the past and present I O'Clock Lab Bands. "All of the players," Koerner said, "are donating their performance proceeds to the NAJE fund raising drive." THE PROGRAM will be videotaped and recorded in stereo under the direc- tion of Hammond. It will be broadcast on KNTU at a future time. A trio of featured performers from former 1 O'Clock bands will open the concert. The trio is comprised of Jim Milne, piano; Steve Houghton, drums; and Marc Johnson, bass. "All three of these artists are currently pursuing their professional careers in Dal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1977

"ISP*? W$ "> WW#!® :: "V PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Cadets Plan Future Jobs In Military Juniors enrolled in Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) are planning the next 20 years of their lives. Career planning projects—20 year career projections—are due March 22. The research projects are keeping the juniors busy, Gwendolyne Davis, Toledo, Ohio, graduate student, said Monday. "The projects give them a good idea of where they're going. In doing them, they learn how to use regulation books and how to talk to people," Miss Davis said. Starting with the commission into ac- tive duty three months after graduation, the cadets plan their military careers, in- cluding where they want to be stationed and what specific positions they hope to hold. "It's all hypothetical. They can't tell what they'll be doing in 20 years, but at least they have an idea of where they'd like to be," Miss Davis said. Wednesday. March 9. 197 7 Lecturer Reviews Themes Of Three Modern Novels By JOHN MARCHESE AND JOSEPH MAZZ...

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