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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1977

Wednesday, March 9. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 I II i ff i ( i I \ I Special Education Workshop Discusses Child Interest Dr. Velma Schmidt of the education faculty will conduct an interest session Saturday at a workshop sponsored by the Dallas Association for the Education of Young Children. Entitled "Curriculum: Start With the Child," Dr. Schmidt's session will con- sist of an informal discussion, along with filmstrips and recordings. Dr. Schmidt, president of the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children, said she will concentrate on several main areas concerning children's curriculum. "It is important to know where to start when developing the curriculum: the young child," she said. "The teacher needs to know what the child's interests are and what they already know, instead of using some curriculum guide the children may not be interested in or ready for." How to use curriculum guides and resources is the second point to be covered. Dr. Schmidt said it is im...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 March 1977

NT Women M To Compete % 3? mr* In Lubbock By KATHY ANDERSON Daily Reporter The women's track team will travel to Lubbock Thursday to compete in the Texas Tech Invitational Field Meet. Preliminaries will begin Friday and will end with finals on Saturday. Vicki Guy, track coach, said Monday that there are a total or 18 events to be held in Lubbock and NT will enter 10. Team members participating are June Gordon, Fort Meade, Md., sophomore; Sylvia Lee, Desoto sophomore and Cathy McGinnis, Temple senior, who qualified in the state finals last year. Ad- ditional team members are Patti Orr, Rockwall junior; Mina Saint, Fort Worth senior; Audra Shepard, Dallas freshman; Natalie Tanner, Dallas freshman; Ann Tarpley, San Antonio junior; Toni Velasquez, Amarillo freshman; and Sue Wenman, Dallas junior. The squad has competed in only one other meet this season which was held at Texas Women's University on Feb. 18. Final results of that competition were Velasquez, fifth in discus, Tanner, fifth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1977

'• T Dr. James J. Muro .to become dean of the College of Education Aug. 1 Education College Dean Compares Texas, Maine Photo by CHARLIE COLE By PATRICIA RAMSEY, Daily Reporter Dr. James J. Muro said Wednesday that he doesn't intend to come to NT as the dean of the Col- lege of Education Aug. 1 with any magic bag of tricks. "That's not my style," Dr. Muro said. "I plan to keep in the cutting edge of what's new in education, look at what's here and talk to faculty and ad- ministration." Dr. Muro, dean of the University of Maine's Col- lege of Education, was in Dallas Wednesday to at- tend the American Personnel and Guidance Associa- tion (APGA) Convention. During ceremonies Wednesday night he received the APGA Distinguished Service Award for service to the profession. A reception was held at NT Wednesday in his honor. Excited about his new position, Dr. Muro said he finds North Texas to be a "very dynamic place with tremendous potential, with interested and competent faculty." In comp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1977

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 10. 1977 Dentures Prevent Drilling, Add Mouthful of Glamor The almost-painless dentist is almost a reality, thanks to a chemical spray developed last fall by two Boston researchers. The chemical, n-monochloroglycine, is a kind of amino acid that reacts with a protein in the tooth, enabling the dentist to "wash out" a cavity with only a little drilling. Practically all that re- mains before the product becomes marketable is for the federal government to deem it safe. That's good news. Such a pain reducer would ease a lot of the anxieties that, for me, go hand in mouth with a visit to the dentist. The bad news is that it could easily spend years working its way through safety tests and red tape. By the time the spray finally becomes available, prospective users may be less curious and more yellowed. Before anticipation becomes an abscession, then, we should hasten to try another approach. Think logically for a moment. It follows that dent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1977

p .*► %' if#* 91 r V1 k ft A >1 I c I / WJ •I' ,w 4 ( *r IV I /• i Tf • ijt it i vV.1 fii Thursday, March 10, 1977 Poet, Pianist Offer Musical Commentary Pulitzer Prize winning poet Anthony Hecht and pianist Frank Glaser will per- form today at 8:15 p.m. in The Lyceum. The performance is sponsored by the Fine Arts Committee. The two artists combine poetry with musical selections to offer a reflective commentary or interpretation of the two arts. Hecht is a member of the National In- stitute of Arts and Letters and serves as chancellor of the Academy of American Poets. Among awards he has received are the Brandeis University Creative Arts Award; the Russell Loines Award, presented by Institute of Arts and Let- ters; and a Pulitzer Prize in 1968. Glaser has soloed with leading orchestras in the United States, Europe, the Near East and South America in- cluding the Boston and Chicago Symphonies, the New York Philhar- monic and the Lamoureux Orchestra in Paris. He received the Milwau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1977

4-f • V.'* ■: ■' V*■ ■>'" I PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. March 10, 1977 '.'Jjfpjl English Chairman Cites Decline in WritingQuality but Bashful Photo by NANCY MAR8HAU Pepper, right, a Great Dane owned by Mrs. Schentes of Dallas, is reluctant to meet Cain, a Pyrenees owned by Ted Williams, Dallas junior. Pepper Is only slightly heavier than Cain. Delegates Set April Meeting Women's Workshop To Focus on Bias By CAROL STEWART Daily Reporter A workshop on women in higher education will be held April 16 at NT. The workshop was scheduled at a delegate meeting of the Texas Associa- tion of College Teachers (TACT) in Austin Feb. 18-19. The workshop will deal with the subtle and unconscious discrimination towards women in higher education. The delegates at the Austin meeting also discussed TACT chapters and legislative matters. The issues discussed were merit criteria, future emphasis of TACT, membership procedures and promotion. THE DELEGATES proposed that the state legislatur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1977

Thursday, March 10, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 /1 $ k 1 'i 1 f ) i' ACTION Has Job Positions For Seniors Jobs are available in the Peace Corps and VISTA for graduating seniors, Catherine Weir, representative for the two volunteer organizations, said Tues- day. Miss Weir is conducting interviews with prospective volunteers through Thursday in the Placement Office on the third floor of the University Union. Miss Weir served two years in the Peace Corps as an English teacher at Chonbuk University in South Korea. Chonbuk is supported by the Korean government. "My experience was good, but it was not always easy," Miss Weir said. "There is a lot of isolation and loneliness. My growth and other peo- ple's growth certainly made it worthwhile." Peace Corps and VISTA are part of ACTION, an organization that encom- passes all federally-funded, volunteer organizations. Peace Corps was founded in 1961 and VISTA in 1966. Both joined ACTION in 1971 when former President Richard Nixon crea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 March 1977

?' : '* i PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY : ,V> ' kv $ ' •. i Thursday, March 10, 1977 Eagle Baseball Club Hits First Victory of Season Spring Fling Five fifth-inning runs by the Mean Green boosted the club to a 9-8 come- from-behind win over Abilene Christian University (ACU) in the second of a pair of games played Tuesday in Abilene. NT dropped the opener 5-3 to give the team a split of the doubleheader. In the second game, ACU scored seven runs in the first two innings to lead 7-2. In that inning Steve Harris relieved starter Steve Sellers and things turned around for NT. The Eagles chipped away at the lead, scoring two runs in the fourth. Then came the big fifth inning, in which NT exploded for its five runs to lead 9-7. DWANE LANE led off the inning with a walk and promptly stole second. Dan Ford hit a fly ball to right field. Sportswriters Honor Eagle Coach Blakeley Bill 31akeley, NT head basketball coach, was honored as 1976 College Coach of the Year for winter sports by the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1977

K i • ♦ b 7 h 4 v\ \ II y>! j r t '" <« U i s i «• m* The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 87 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 11, 1977 Denton City Council Probes Long-range Utility Solutions By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Daily Reporter Much of Wednesday night's special session of the Denton City Council and the Utility Board centered on long-range solutions to utility problems rather than immediate lower rates. Particular emphasis was placed on the Texas Municipal Power Agency (TMPA), the Texas Municipal Power Pool (TMPP) and the TMPP's Gib- bons Creek project, a lignite plant east of Bryan. Paul Cunningham of Waco, executive director of the TMPA, said that the TMPP's main purpose initially was to provide adequate backup power in case of an emergency and to minimize the amount of reserve electricity necessary to meet demands on the system. The TMPP was formed in 1963 by Garland, Greenville, Bryan and Brazos Rural Electric Cooperative. Denton joined the TMPP in 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1977

w WHAT DO VOUTHlMk YOU'RE DOING?" An Editorial ERA Faces Female Foes As the cartoon character Pogo would say, "We have met the enemy, and She is Us!" The drive toward the adoption of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) has been held up the past two years not by the actions of men but by the actions of women. At this very moment in Austin, a legislative committee is discussing rescinding Texas ratifica- tion of the ERA. The committee was formed after Texas women against ERA bombarded legislators with demands to do away with the amendment. State Representative Sarah Weddington, D- Austin, told members of Women In Communica- tion, Inc. during their Feb. 26 Region IV meeting in Austin that most women against the ERA believe their lifestyles are being threatened. "To support their fears, those against the ERA use emotionalism to attack the ERA," Rep. Wed- dington said. "They say the ERA will destroy the family structure, lead to unisex restrooms and the drafting of women. These are mostly e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1977

II- Se It- T Ide Friday, March 11, 1977 Sf \\ 4 \ M •\y ( 11 ■ ■« vi ) < * ) 7 4 • '* i THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Accreditation Group To Review Status of Interior Design Program Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Come to the Cabaret Song and dance Director John Bode, foreground, takes dancers through opening rehearsals for the student-produced Cabaret Theater. The production Is tentatively scheduled for March 23-26. The show consists of song, dance and comedy routines. Campus Calendar I odty II a.m. 8:15 p.m. The U.S. Army Brass Quintet, The Lyceum, free 6:30 p.m Saturday-March 20 Spring Break March 21 8 a.m. Lilian Murtaugh Memorial Fund 7:30 p.m. recital, First Presbyterian Church, Dallas. March 22 Noon C lasses Resume Noon "Aging in Yugoslavia," lecture by Dr Mladen Friganovic, Oak Street Hall 117. 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m. "The Changing Yugoslav Farm Village." lecture by Dr. Mladen Friganovic. Wooten Hall 122. Arnold Shoenberg documentary, SAU film, The Lyceum, free. University of Florida Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1977

PAGE 4-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY AFROTC To Offer Awards Chemistry, math and physics majors or students pursuing careers in medicine and dentistry may be eligible for Air Force ROTC scholarships, Capt. Dave Hughes of the aerospace faculty said Wednesday. "The scholarships are based on merit rather than financial need. Students with majors in chemistry, math and physics, who have a GPA of at least 2.7 and com- posite scores of at least 1,000 on the SAT or 25 on tho ACT, have a good chance of getting one," he said. For students planning careers in medicine or dentistry, the scholarships are harder to get. Col. Gerald Bourgeois of the aerospace faculty said competi- tion for those scholarships is tough, as there are only 25 scholarships available nationwide The scholarships pay tuition, fees, books, some related expenses and SI00 per month to the student. To receive the scholarship, the student must join the ROTC program for two years and agree to accept a commission as a 2nd Lt. in the Air...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1977

Friday, March 11, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 H * ,4, r M' ' 1 < • ) 1 t Artists Plan Show Exhibit Begins March 21 An exhibit of illustrations by advertising art majors will open March 21, the first day of class after spring break. The illustrations will be displayed in the Union Building Gallery through April 1, ac- cording to Betty Marzan of the art faculty. Ms. Marzan said students will be asked to vote on some of the il- lustrations competing to be used for T-shirt designs. The winning design will be sold on T-shirts in the University Store, she said. Other works to be exhibited are visual puns. Brian Boyd, DeSoto senior, drew a half unicorn and half motorcycle to depict a unicycle. The illustrations are by students enrolled in last semester's Art 488G, a graphic design studio. The students titled their exhibit "Illus- trations by 488G Whiz Kids." Ms. Marzan said she thinks it will be an exhibit all students can enjoy because it deals with representations of reality i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1977

W , .,v?, #<■' PAQE 6 — THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Rodriguez Seeks Pole Vault Record By BOB GRACE Daily Reporter NT's leading pole-vaulter, George Rodriguez, has set his sights on the 17- foot mark Saturday in the Southwest Recreation meet in Fort Worth. Other schools competing in the meet, which will be held at Farrington Field, include Baylor, Texas A&M, TCU, SMU, Northeast Louisiana and Louisiana Tech. The track prelims and field events start at 9 a.m. and the finals will begin at I p.m. Rodriguez, an Arlington senior, set the current NT record with a vault of 16- 6 in the Carl Babcock Invitational meet last year. His immediate goal is to clear the 17-foot mark. "At the border (in the Border Olym- pics Saturday), I was over 16-8 and just knocked it off," Rodriguez said. "So I know I'm going to jump 17." GROWING UP near UT-Arlington, Rodrigue? used to sneak onto the track field as a kid and pole vault with a long piece of wood. "I really started to jump when I was in the ninth g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 March 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 88 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY. MARCH 22. 1977 X, T i 4 u i r i ' j L *% •-i Faculty Members Win Senate Seats Sparkling Spring Sunset Knoio oy UMAHLIfc COLE: The warming rays of the spring sun break through the clouds to shine upon green leaves of the trees in this farm area outside of the Denton city limits. The first full day of spring was Monday, with high winds and temperatures in the upper 60s. Bill Faces Opposition Committee Approves Rebate WASHINGTON (AP)—The Senate Finance Committee approved a bill Monday that would send rebates of $50 to most Americans this spring and per- manently cut the taxes of 46 million cou- ples or individuals. The 9-7 vote by which the tax bill was appioved signals trouble for President Carter when it reaches the Senate floor, probably late next week. Although all nine committee Democrats voted for the bill, some say they may oppose it on the floor because they think the key feature, the re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 March 1977

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 22, 1977 'Napoleons' Chance History in War By RALPH WININGHAM, Staff Writer As the young commander examines the battlefield, he suddenly discovers the enemy has but one choice: surrender. This time it is he, Napoleon, who is the vic- tor at Waterloo. This type of change in history occurs twice a week in the University Union, when members of the Agonia (Greek for contest or game) Club replay historical events through the uie of historical simulation board games. "Many historical events and war battles happened by mere chance," John Papai, club president, said. "The historical simulation games we play try to recreate these events in game form, so we can see what "4 i might have happened if the leaders had used different strategy." EACH GAME, consisting of a map-like board depicting the battlefield terrain and cardboard pieces representing men and equipment, has its own set of rules. Since the player's strategy is always different, the outc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 March 1977

Hi < Tuesday, March 22, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 4 <4* «sl> 1 fl 'V i 4 4 * I /• ♦ i r. % A A M. Workshop To Recall 200 Years of Opera By KATHY HANSEN Daily Reporter Although it's too late for the Bicentennial, the Opera Workshop will present a program of 200 years of American music Wednesday at 4 p.m. and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall, Thomas Holliday of the music faculty said Monday. The program of scenes from operas by American composers is called "Peanuts, Popcorn and Opera" to show people that opera is just as American as anything else, Holliday said. The four scenes to be presented Wed- nesday are "The Seagull" by Thomas Pasatieri, "The Consul" by Gian-Carlo Menotti, "The Boor" by Domenick Argento, and "The Tender Land" by Aaron Copeland. The graduate student directors respec- tively are Susan Treacy, Plainfield, N.J.; Clark Dugger, Miami, Okla.; Steven Walker, Marked Tree, Ark.; and Terry Fern, Denton. THURSDAY'S performance will open wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 March 1977

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 22. 1977 Mailboxes Weather Post Office Moves By FRANK DUTY Daily Reporter A young pony express rider leups onto his gallant steed, a pouch bulging with love notes and business letters bouncing at his side, and speeds away through the treacherous Indian and snake- infested territory. He reaches his destination, quickly dismounts and crams the contents of his pouch into small square cubicles: post office boxes. It is doubtful that the boxes at the NT postal station are that old, but according to Milton Smith, a postal clerk with 32 years ex- perience, some boxes at the NT station have been around more than 60 years. Smith said about four sections of the boxes (the black ones) are that old and have been moved around campus three times over the years: each time the post office was moved to another building. The boxes first move was from the basement of the Historical Building to where the Physics- Math Building is. Next they were moved into ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 March 1977

Tuesday, March 22, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 It 'A * h WWm 7 I > 1 I Wheels! People often speak of wheels and circles and such to illustrate feelings of frustration or futility. Life, it sometimes seems, is a vicious circle; everyone gives us the run-around, and inflexible routines often ieave us in a rut. Were it not for man's invention of the wheel about 5,000 years ago, however, his tale would have been spun quite differently. The development of the wheel began when man first used logs to help roll heavy loads from place to place. As a load was rolled along, the last log was placed at the front of the load. This process was repeated until the load reached its destination. An unknown inventor may have been prompted by this idea to make crude wheels from cross sections of logs attached to the ends of a pole. Ancient Babylo- nians cut out extra wood from such wheels to form lighter ones with spokes. Greek and Roman war chariots had highly developed, or- namental wheels....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 March 1977

^ — ... „■ ,, - -SP?? W • •■ ■ r "V ' • •'•'/: %& ' • ■-xtfcyflBmgpi ,v-r"::if PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Netters Compete At Home Today Tuesday. March 22, 1977 The NT men's and women's tennis teams will resume play today with a dual match against Midwestern University. The match will begin at 2 p.m. and will be played on the courts adjacent to the Men's Gym. This will be the men's second home appearance. THE TEAM is 4-8 on the year in dual matches with its last competition coming in last week's Rice Invitational. Earlier this year NT swept Midwestern 9-0. In the Rice Invitational, a top tourna- ment with a field packed with the tennis elite, NT advanced two singles players to the third round. No. I player Gary Olsen, St. Petersburg, Fla„ freshman, lost in the third round as did Fort Worth freshman David Cody. NT Coach Casey Moore will make one change in his regular playing order for today's match. He will move Cody, NT's winningest player with a 7-5 record, up one notch from...

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