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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1971

Is k r. :e II vs as y 4s a iy t's it or ke >ld ind Mil . I « •i..* f ( Friday. March 26.1971 Grant Brings Physicist From India Physicist Dr. Rappal Krishnan of India will begin a year-long visiting fellowship with the physics department April 5. Dr. Krishnan is head of the physics de- partment at the Indian Institute of Science (US) in Bangalore, India. He is coming to North Texas on a Senior Foreign Scientist Fellowship granted by the National Science Foundation (NSF). It is the first such grant the physias de- partment has received. During his stay. Dr. Krishnan will give seminars and pursue research on the Bril- louin scattering, a technique for studying the vibrational nature of solids. He will use a 50 milliwatt laser, which is being pur- chased by the Faculty Research Fund, in his research. Dr. James R. Sybert, chairman of the physics faculty, said he was delighted with the arrangement. "We know him by his reputation," Dr. Sybert said. "We described the university and espec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1971

* 50 w~!m\ ■ Mai 4—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■*J Jfejjf! Friday. March 26.1071 V 15 Teams Undefeated in Softball Action Moves Into Second Week Matters remained confused as intramu- ral softball action moved toward the end of the second week. Fifteen out of the 36 teams which started competition have still not suf- fered a defeat. Most teams had played only two games, and three had not even taken the Held. The teams who have started warmed up the action as high scoring and last minute rallies prevailed. FRATERNITY LEAGUE B leader. Kappa Alpha, scored one run in the last inning to edge Sigma Phi Epsilon 7-6. Delta Sigma Phi remained one-half game behind League Standings Independent l eague a w i. T Pci. <;B 2 0 0 1.000 I. 125th Street Gang 2 Cattle 2 10 <>66 3. Cadavers | o 0 1.000 Vi 4 Crumley Cruds .10 0 1 000 Vi 5. Space Cowboys 0 0 0 000 I 6. Bosons 0 0 0 .000 I 7. Alpha Phi Omega 0 I 0 .000 IV* 8. Syndicate 0 I 0 .000 I V* 9 Bel Aire Bombers 0 10. West Hall Ground Balls 0 In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1971

The North Texas Da Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 94 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. MARCH 30. 1971 J i \ :£ * « | ' Purcell Speaks At Dedication Speaking at the formal dedication of the new Social Science Building Monday afternoon. Congressman Graham Purcell, Wichita Falls, called for immediate efforts to solve the problems created by rural-to-urban migration. "This is a problem of the highest national priority for our social scientists, for all of us, and this new facility is a significant con- tribution as the dertiand for social scientists increases," Purcell said. Purcell compared the demands created by urban-rural popula- tion shifts to those created by the Russian orbiting of the Sputnik in 1957. Then educational institutions were called upon to train physical scientists and mathematicians. Now, he said, the call is for more and better trained social scientists. Purcell cited statistics show ing that over half of the counties in the country have l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1971

Spiff S—THI NORTH TBXAS DAILY Film Ma kin 0 V *' :.f $ ■ Tuaiday, Maroh 30,1971 W-' V4>;S ■ to Potter a couplc of light meters and some editing tools By KATHY MURRAY and CHUCK DUNCAN Daily Reporters present Him course and written the cur- riculum for new courses. First the Teacher Demonstrates . . . Paul Potter demonstrates to his students how to splice film in the speech and drama course, Introduction to Film. The students learn how to make films, from the actual filming to the technical aspects, such as editing and processing 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. April 25 Solons Lauded For Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1971

I ■ i \ 'I 'J t tl ■ V 7 * n'!: Tuesday, March 30,1971 Dean Notes Twenty-Fifth Music Year By JANICE ALLEN Daily Reporter Now the second largest in the nation, the School of Music this year celebrates its silver anniversary with a history of high prestige. "Our growth has been in quality and quantity," Kenneth N. Cuthbert, dean of the School of Music, said. "Two new pro- grams have just been approved the B.A. of music theory and the Ph.D. in music education." The School of Music has long received national recognition. In 1964 the State Department sent the A Cappella Choir on a three-month tour of Europe. In 1968 the State Department sponsored a Lab Band tour of Mexico. This tour, according to Dean Cuthbert, achieved great results in intcrcultural exchange and communications. The Lab Band also participated in the Mon- treux Jazz Festival in Switzerland last year. "OUR STRONGEST asset is our legacy of former graduates that continues to send us good students," Dean Cuthbert said. "Forty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1971

wm PAGE4—THi NORTH TEXAS DAILY George Foster Pro \Jjf n Con Mean Green Memos... Wrapping up the basketball season. Kansas, which lost out to UCLA 68-60, had a 27-1 record going into the semifinal game. The lone loss came at the hands of Louisville, 87-75, Dec. 21.. The 31,675 persons who saw the NCAA championship game was an all-time record crowd, surpassing the 19,500 at Louisville's Freedom Hall. . . John Dromo, who had guided Louisville to 301-58 record over a 21 year period, both as freshman and var- sity coach, announced his resignation Thursday. He said "Recruiting is the name of the game," and endorsed Assistant Coach Bill Oslen for the head coaching position, "Because he alone has done all the recruiting since Jan. 4. .." Louisville didn't fare so well in the National Invitation Tour- nament, losing a first round game to Pro- vidence 64-59... Whoa, watchout for Brad- ley. The Braves who finished with a 13-12 record overall and a 6-8 Missouri Valley slate, will welcome a fres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1971

W C; :,r m,"v '■ .irajw ;^s« wf , !'K ■fif.it'i* ': lj \ •v. ■ ( ' The North Texas Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NO 94 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 31. 1971 r lift lr I r v / 'WLi Ai i Judge Overrules Motions To Dismiss Sherman Trial By DAVID LEWIS Daily Reporter Three motions to dismiss the Elizabeth Ann Duke-David Haylon trial were over- ruled by U.S. Dist. Judge Wayne Justice in a pretrial hearing Monday in Sherman. The regular hearing on the case is sche- duled to begin at 9 a.m. Monday at the Sherman Federal Building. MRS. DI KE and Haylon are suing the State of Texas for $ 150,000 and are seeking an injunction against the state to prohibit any further legal proceedings against them as a (isult of a rally held Feb. 17. The two are also asking for a declaratory judgment that the temporary restraining order issued against them is unconstitu- tional, that campus security regulations being applied to them are unconstitutional and that Article 46...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1971

MM 1—TH« NORTH TKAS DAILY Wednesday. March 31,1971 Carter Favors Hike for Needed Funds By G'tRY MORTON Daily Reporter Up and up tuition goes, where it will stop no one knows. Tuition is almost certain to be increased next Tall, but how high is uncertain. Current rates are $50 for resident stu- dents and 1200 for out-of-state students. Tuition may be &s high as $125 for residents and $750 for out-of-state tuition. John L. Carter, acting president, expects the raise in tuition to be somewhat less. "I look for a 50 per cent increase in resi- dent tuition," Carter said. "The out-of-state tuition will be raised substantially—from the present $250 to probably $500." Carter said one of the major reasons for the proposed increase is the fact that stu- dents are now paying only 16 per cent of the total educational costs here with the state paying the remaining 84 per cent. The North Texas Daily 64th Ymt North Texas Stat* University Dsnton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1971

Wednesday, March 31,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE S } I * \W « < i v Rumania, U.S. Need Joint Trade Ventures Development of trade between Rumania and the United States is the most impor- tant step in promoting commercial, cultural and political exchanges between the two nations, a Rumanian diplomat said here Monday. Dr. George lonita, the Rumanian charge d'affaires in Washington, D.C., emphasized the importance of joint economic ventures between businessmen of both nations. "They have to be quite flexible in approach- ing various business problems and finding new avenues into joint economic ventures," he said. Dr. lonita noted that businessmen often can be instrumental in opening avenues for such exchanges faster than would be possible through government channels, al- though government help is required to some extent. "Rumania is against any economic blocs which block or make trade difficult," Dr. lonita said. "We think trade has to be free free and beneficial to the countries ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1971

3 Leagues Tied In Softball Action FAOI 4—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY Soccer Club To Discuss Mexico Trip The Soccer Club will hold its final team meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in Room 122 of the Social Science Building, club president Arthur Gon zalez said Tuesday. Plans to go to Monterrey (Mex.) will be discussed," he said. "It's imperative that everyone be there." The club, with a 4-1-2 spring rec ord, is to play Baylor in Waco Satur- day * Wednesday, March 31.1971 KAs Win Horseshoe Competition Kappa Alpha won the intramural horse- shoe pitching championship in a play-off Monday afternoon after finishing in a three- way tie following Thursday's regular tour- ney play. THE KAs, represented by James Butin and Tommy Lewis, outpointed Kappa Sig- ma and Sigma Phi Epsilon Monday after each team had finished tourney play with five victories against two losses. The victory was an example of the "never say die" theory because the KAs were beat- en by both the Sig Eps, 15-10, and Kappa Sigma, 15-3, in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1971

Wednesday. March 31,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE b Ml X pr I « I/ M . i 1/ Alertness, Strength Needed for Fencing By ELLEN MOORE Daily Reporter Cyrano, the Three Musketeers and mod- ern students have one thing in common be- sides long hair, moustaches and beards- - and that's swords. While 400 years ago a metal blade ground to a fine edge often spelled death for 17th century man, today 35 inches of cold steel with a quarter-inch rubber tip decides who wins or loses when contemporary fencers square off. And these days the loser lives to tell about it. The fast-growing sport of fencing re- quires a combination of physical strength and mental alertness difficult to achieve on a sustained level. The modern fenccr faces a two-fold problem: developing the stamina to endure hours of competition and the ability to plan future moves, while defend- ing himself against an opponent's attack. The successful coordination of strength and "psyche" determines the winner of the bout. AT FIRST glan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1971

Wadnaaday. March 31,1971 , PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY JANIS JOPLIN • BOB DYLAN • CHICAGO • SANTANA SLY & THE FAMILY STONE • THE RAIDERS GARY PUCKETT • JOHN HAMMOND • THE BYRDS SIMON & GARFUNKEL • ELECTRIC FLAG • POCO BIG BROTHER AND THE HOLDING CO. • MILES DAVIS THE CHAMBERS BROTHERS • LAURA NYRO IT'S A BEAUTiFUL DAY • BALLIN' JACK • SPIRIT BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS • JOHNNY WINTER AND TOM RUSH • DREAMS • DONOVAN _i The Byrds w 7 (Untitled) / «,.*S£32m- *sS§sxl 0c' \Ne^c^7Ei,« «s^NG ' WRONG ENO OF THE RWNMVI lm ■sssgsaa the best r^ELF&r ■ya J ''N 4G "r / ■■.vte ** * '\ * / ■ Simon G^unkel bridge Over Troubled Water including Cecilia SANTANA/ABRAXAS Black Magic Wfoman Gy^yQ^n Hope You're Feeling Better Incident At Neshabur Mother's Daughter El Nicoya BOBDYUN NEW MORNING" _ including. w rr FREE $5.98 th%S£^^°PLE ^CETOTHEM^^ndmore ^ * * inn rQaWen £W Ration Ballirijack including: Found A Child/HoldOn/Festival Telephone/Ballin'Tho Jack at-ooo s*eJr /Syrni 'W>oo 3 nnSSs"®...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1971

1 ■ iv'J i , I n | i 'J J X'i u- L II \ :* i, [% r 54TH YEAR NO. 95 North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS 8TATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1871 Appeal Automatic Calley Gets Life Term FT. BENNING, Ga. (AP) - Lt. Wil- liam Calley was sentenced to life impris- onment Wednesday for the slaughter of 22 Vietnamese men, women and children during the 1968 My Lai massacre. An ap- peal is automatic and could take many months. He also was ordered dismissed from the service and must forfeit all pay and allow- ances. CALLEY TOOK the verdict with a limp salute but betrayed no sign of emotion. The relative leniency of the sentence was expected to cool to some degree the nation- wide furor over Calley's conviction, which has mounted steadily since he was found guilty Monday of premeditated murder. He could have gotten the death penalty. "You'll find no case in military justice that has torn America apart like this case," chief defense attorney George Latimer told t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1971

•f NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 1.1971 The North Texas Daily MMIVmt Worth T—sttaf Untwratty Danton. 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. Rising Costs Tuition Increase Said Necessary The question of an increase in tuition is before this session of the Texas Legislature. The several bills introduced call for at least a 100 per cent increase in tuition for residents of Texas, and an even greater increase for nonresidents. Students at North Texas have signed petitions, and some stu- dents have even gone to Austin to personally lobby against the increase. It is commendable that students are showing an interest in a measure which directly affects them. But is their c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1971

Thursday. April 1,1971 Berg Speaks To American Airline Reps Dr. Robert Berg of the counseling edu- cation faculty presented a new approach on human relations to four representatives from the American Airlines Stewardess College in Fort Worth Tuesday. Miss Millie Alford, director of steward- ess training and recruitment, said the new approach might prove useful in a human relations course used in stewardess training. The present course taught to stewardess candidates for American Airlines was de- veloped by Dr. Berg, Dr. Don Beck of the communications faculty and Miss Sandy Strang, a supervisor of instructors for American. MISS ALFORD said the new approach in dealing with people centers on a helping relationship in any conversation. "You converse on a level," she explained. "In talking with someone, you are either enriching their lives and moving them up- ward, or making them worse by helping them downward." The approach now centers around trans- actional analysis, she said. In this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1971

PAGE 4—THB NORTH TIXAS DAILY A/,;:. v 1 Thursday. April 1, 1971 Z1' VJ sp is; sr'$is®«P^. 1 Pi . '.>a rTx--* . " r^JKl r*lMl •*w„ I 'i-'Tvii: <MM| Hi' ^3K* tJ • :!+.M ': ■ •< *■>. I-TZI" •'* • •- •• « SflFw .tPSw#' - He Doesn't Need A Handicap! Richard Ness, a member of the P.E. faculty, in the middle, demonstrates a golf shot during an adaptive P.E. class for those students who are unable to participate in regular classes. John Gerentz, Grove sophomore, on the right, has no ball joint in his left shoulder, but has won several tournaments in Port Arthur, including the city tournament in 1969. —Photo by Gary Keller Intersquad Play Saturday's Game Ends Grid Work North Texas' I97I spring football work- outs close this Saturday with the annual Green-White intrasquad game, 7:30 p.m., at Fouts Field. The game caps a spring that has generally pleased Coach Rod Rust, although with some reservations. "It's been a pretty good spring," he said. "I've been most pleased with the impr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1971

. I V. it, fll The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NO. 96 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS Friday. April 2. 1971 / II jvi i n A , 2 Doctors Quit, Join UTA Staff Two members of the hospital staff an- nounced Thursday that they have notified the university of their resignations to be- come effective this summer. Dr. Neil Dishon, who has been director of the health service since last fall, and Dr. Warren Poole, staff physician, said they are leaving to accept positions on the staff of New Rooms Educators Three former faculty members have been honored posthumously with memorial rooms in the new Social Science Building. The Johnson Room, a seminar room on the third floor, is named after the late Dr. Jack Johnson, a former chairman of the economics department and dean of the Graduate School. TWO CONFERENCE and reading rooms in the political science department are named after the late Drs. Sam B. Mc- Alister and J.W. "Dad" Pender, both for- mer chairmen of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1971

Www®' PAGE 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. April 1.1971 The North Texas Daily Mth Vmt Worth Tw Itlti Untvutty Denton, Tom* ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Ecology *Old Haf fro Fain 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. Facilities Cut New Coliseum 'Half-Done Job' If the students at North Texas cannot have the type of Coliseum that will adequately fulfill the needs of this campus, it will be senseless to build one that will only be half done. A half-done job cannot help the campus, it can only detract from it. The Coliseum was delayed because costs became higher than the amount of money budgeted to the structure. In a move to cut the costs, the regents' Building Committee decided to eliminate several ite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1971

Friday, April 2.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—FAOI 1 ' 5 ' •) 2 Students Attend '■v.- Leadership Institute Two North Texas students have been selected to attend the second annual South- western Life Youth Leadership Institute in Dallas today through Sunday. The students are Brooks Haley, Dallas senior, and Cathy Cooper, Houston soph- omore. Both students rank in the upper half of their classes scholastically while demonstrating campus leadership, the Dean of Student's Office reports. Miss Cooper is active in the Student Ac- tivity Union, Tri-Service, NAACP and res- idence hall activities. Haley, a marketing major, is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and is active in Interfraternity Council activities. Club Members To Host Picnic Members of the International Club will go on a picnic to Lake Dallas Sunday after- noon. Students who want to join will also be welcomed, club officers said. They will leave from the front of the Union Building at noon. Transportation will be furnished b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY . vviri ':. '.IS ■:.1 mm? — r • • ■■■mtfrn- ■f.t ; *(,«. ■#){,sMljAJli5;a ti Sharp Eye Scott Barrow, Dallas senior, (standing) won the Union Building Pool Tour- nament Thursday night by defeating Robert (Win) Orton, Riverside. Cal. sophomore, 150 to 86 A championship trophy was awarded to Barrow following the tournament. Single Teams Top 3 Softball Leagues Three out of four intramural Softball leagues now have single leaders, but by no means is anything settled. Fraternity League A is the only league to have only one undefeated team remain- ing. Pi Kappa Alpha brought its record to 4-0 with Monday's 9-8 win over Phi Kappa Theta (4-1). Omega Psi Phi upped its record to 3-1 Tuesday with a 7-5 decision over Theta Chi (I-3) Tuesday, Phi Kappa Theta won its fourth game, edging Sigma Alpha Mu (1-2) 8-7 with one run in the last inning. Pi Kappa Phi (0-2) and the MIK Club (0-3) are the only teams in league A that have yet to win a game. KAPPA ALPHA (3-0) and Phi...

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