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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1971

The North Texas Daily 64TH YEAR NO. 97 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. APRIL 6. 1971 ID |s h In s \ \ \ s l\ fs. ;k >N ID LS .Y S .s Y I N Dentonites Vote Today For Council Voting lor three Denton City Council seats is being held today from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Community Building at the cor- ner of East McKinney Street and Bell Ave- nue. Six candidates arc running for the three seats. The top three vote-getters will he the winners. The six candidates are Dr. Hugh Ayer, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (incumbent); Bill Fitz, Denton sen- ior; David Nichols, North Texas graduate and Denton general contractor; Bill Neu, druggist (incumbent); Harold Ramey, man- ager of the Denton County Teachers Cred- it Union (incumbent); and Fred Reed, elec- trician. "All people who have voter registration certificates and live within the corporation limits of the city of Denton are eligible to vote," City Secretary Brooks Holt said...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1971

IMP' '• • r-gjm tow i vi'i ,?s .HHnipsPii ■ V ■K' ' PAUI 2—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 64th Year North Tun Stats University Danton. Taxai 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 Calley Trial Just Outcry Rejects War Crime Spirit At My Lai in 1968, people huddled in a ditch. Minutes later they were dead. Three years later Lt. William L. Calley Jr. was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of these unresisting Vietnamese civilians. That same afternoon demonstrations and marches were staged against the sentence, while telegrams, letters and telephone calls poured into the White House and the Pentagon protesting the decision. The responses were 100 to 1 a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1971

f , V, . W';mlt: ■'■■■' Tuesday, April 6.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE S 4, i Lab Bands To Perform Tonight at 8 Music ranging from compositions by Burt Bacharach and Aretha Franklin to compositions by students in the lab bands will be performed in the "Spring Big Band Concert" tonight at 8 in the Main Audi- torium. All eight lab bands will perform in the concert. The Ken McCoy Lab Band will open the concert with "Bond Street," followed by the Mark Taylor Lab Band performing "Ooodleee's." The Wayne Darling Lab Band will play "Tiare" and "Norwegian Wood," the Gary Langford Lab Band will perform "Our Day Will Come" and "Mas Que Nada," and the Leon Breeden Lab Band (I O'Clock) will present "Day By Day," "Come Rain or Come Shine," "Love Walked In" and "Kenston." The Leon Breeden Lab Band will bring the concert to an end with "Liferaft Earth," "Badi, a Martyr" and "Think." Tickets are available at the University Store in the Union Building for $ I. . • Bill Baldwin Lectures Speech and D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1971

• •' « MU ■ ■ a. t&t v v* mm PAQI4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY •J**** - • Running Scared! Danny Collins (14), Green quarterback, scrambles for yardage in the Green- White Spring game last Saturday. Ken Fonto (22) and Harold Greer (84) pursue for the White team. The Greens won the game 17-0 on the passing of Collins. —Photo by Don Roberson Rust Satisfied Training Ends Pleased with the final effort of his troops. Coach Rod Rust brought an end to this year's version of spring football with the annual Green-White game, won this year by the Greens, 17-0. The Greens were an opportunistic team, capitalizing on numerous White errors to dominate the scoring. Each team committed six turnovers, but the Greens—with the help of a superior offensive attack—were able to take advantage of White miscues. "The hitting was good," Rust said. "The overall effort started fair and ended ex- cellent. Most of the mistakes were caused by trying too hard rather than not trying at all." LATE IN the first quarter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1971

mm Mother Earth, Operation Petunia Included in E-Day ' i f By SILV1 TAYLOR and MARRIANNE ODOM Daily Reporters Edward C. (Ned) Fritz, chairman of the Texas Committee on Natural Resources, will be the featured speaker in Wednes- day's Earth Day activities. He will discuss environmental issues at 10 a.m. in the park behind the Art Build- ing. The day will also include other speakers, a flower-planting project, demonstrations of pollution equipment, exhibits of environ- mental and ecological materials and four contests open to groups or organizations. Included will be the election of a Mother Earth. Preliminary activities begin today with short ecology films from I to 5 p.m. in the Business Administration Auditorium. The free films will depict various environ- mental problems. OTHER EARTH DAY speakers Wednesday will include James Whitehall of the Planned Parenthood Organization at 9 a.m., Scott Morris of the SMU Law School at 11 a.m., Mrs. Judy Thayer at 11:30 a.m.. Dr. Pete Gunler of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1971

PAQB 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r , ■ ' ' ' 1 " "1*" ' ' Tuesday, April 20,1971 The North Texas Daily 64th Yur North Tmn Stut* University Denton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Memorial Tower Represents Dream Campus Bells Chime Time for 80 Years 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 Boutique Pacers Women Choose Fashions, Finally At the turn of the century, women were horrified if a man caught a glimpse of their ankles. During the Roaring '20s, dresses were worn well above the knee. During the 1930s and 1940s dress lengths plunged to half way between the knee and the ankle. During the 1950s and the 1960s, the lengths of women's skirts rose slowly until finally, with the mini, skirts couldn't get any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1971

& T l*g n- |iy at 1y >C- ISS Tuesday. April 20.1971 Golfers Batter TWC With dark and cloudy skies threatening overhead the North Texas golf team pulled out a relatively easy 10-2 win over Texas Wesleyan of Fort Worth. The top three golfers for the Eagles sat out the match, but were not missed as Gary Kirwan, Wayne Wright, John Granger, Ron Terry, Tom Galvin, Mike Craven and Bill Pruett were winners for the Eagles. "We played fair considering the condi- tion of the course," Coach Herb Ferrill said. The North Texas Golf Course is just now recovering from a major renovation of the tee boxes and greens. Thus the course didn't provide much of a home advantage. "Our putting is not up to par," Ferrill com- plained. GUY CULLINS, playing No. I; Bill Powell, in the No. 2 position; and Dennis Walters, No. 3, sat out the match. Wayne Wright with a one-over-par 71 took low honors for the Eagles and was followed closely by John Granger with an 18 hole total of 72. "Both Granger and Wright ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Art Festival, Contest Set May 2-3 Plans arc being completed for Denton's spring Festival of Arts. North Texas faculty and students are invited to participate in the art exhibition and sale in the Denton Civic Center Com- munity Building. Judging will be held on May 2, from I to 5 p.m., and May 3, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A first place will be announced in each of nine categories: oil painting, collage, pastel, watercolor and all water soluble media, sculpture, pottery, ceramics, weav- ing and photography. A best-in-show pur- chase prize of $300 will also be awarded. Students and faculty members should bring their entries to the Community Build- ing May 1. A $2 per item entry fee will be charged. On May 3, Carl J. Marder of the speech and drama faculty and Mrs. Sandra Corn- best of the physical education faculty will coordinate the musical production, "Saint Nicholas." Marder is in charge of production, and Mrs. Combest is choreographer for the musical by Benjami...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1971

ruMday, April 20,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 6 I ! la Around the Campus Mam'selles To Model Saturday O/e Sandy Wood, left, and Rita Ragsdale dance to celebrate Texas Indepen- dence Day in the spring Materials Program in the Dance Studio of the Wom- en's Gym Monday night. The program used the 1971 calendar as its theme emphasizing the holidays and special events. The materials class of the physical education department conducts the program for class credit. "Have Your Next Affair With Us!" This is the title of the spring and summer fashion show sponsored by the North Texas Fashion Committee, Neiman-Marcus and Russell's. The show, to include male and female models, will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Business Administration Building Audi- torium. The Mam'selles, North Texas fashion modeling squad, will model the clothes to a musical background provided by Clear Light Productions. Tickets are available at the University Store, Russell's and the Varsity Shop for 75 cents or $ 1.25 pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1971

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ctfrnit* Tuasday. April Look Into My Eyes — Hocus-Pocus You're a. Hypnotist Relieves Tensions, Rests Minds % By PAUL KELSO Daily Reporter Hypnosis, according to Webster, is a state resembling normal sleep differing in being induced by the suggestions and opera- tions of the hypnotizer, with whom the hypnotized subject remains in rapport and is responsive to his suggestions. "When I count to three you will fall into a deep sleep that will be one of the most restful that you have ever enjoyed. You will hear only the sound of my voice and it will be pleasing to you and it will relieve your tensions while resting your mind," Cecil Crow, former North Texas student and pro- fessional hypnotist from Dallas, said. He softly spoke these words as the entire audience was lulled into sleep. It was mid-afternoon in the Psychology Building. Noisy students milled about in the halls outside Room 307. The only thing the 50 or 60 people inside were hearing was Crow's voic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1971

wW* The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 64TH YEAR NO. 99 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21.1971 r ft \\ 11 !i Pregnancy, Dollars Halt Spring Show One pregnant woman, a better deal else- where and routing problems have blown out the planned Big Spring Blow-out Concert, the Student Activities Union (SAU) an- nounced Monday. Ron Blatchley, SAU director, said the concert, which was to have starred the James Gang, The Delphonics, the Originals and the Brooklyn Bridge, is officially off. "The wife of one of the members of the James Gang is about to have a baby, and he didn't want to be away at this time; so they cancelled," Blatchley said. "The Delphonics took a better deal in the Hast and the Original's routing sched- ule wouldn't allow them to come this far south," he said. "We hadn't completely signed the Brooklyn Bridge so we decided not to have the concert and told them not to come. "We really didn't have the money to spend on the concert at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1971

— PAQE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wsdnssday. April 21,1971 The North Texas Daily 84th Ymt North Tun Stat* 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 Vietnam Probe Editor Seeks Halt To War Crimes Lt. William Calley has been convicted of murdering at least 22 Viet- namese civilians at My Lai hamlet three years ago and sentenced to life imprisonment. A great wave of public sentiment against the conviction has been registered all across the nation. At the White House, clerks recorded an estimated 100,000 telegrams—100 to 1 in favor of Calley. Several draft boards resigned en masse. Resolutions calling for Calley's release were introduced in at least nine stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1971

■ ■ ■; rr.i In Ic lit |y |y Is, IS le t- >n ve nd de ed ill lis >m I >ss re ng at nr. cir is ks ore ay. 364 MES lant orts ate >her )her uary Wednesday. April 21.1971 SAU Board Announces '71 Officers Newly-electcd officers and committee chairmen of the Student Activities Union (SAU) were announced Monday in Room 302 of the Union Building. Don Hughes, Sherman sophomore, was elected SAU president by the Board of Chairmen Thursday. The Monday meeting was for members who had not been pre- sent Thursday. New Vice-President Cynthia Hicks, Ft. Worth junior, and Secretary Sharon Mon- teiih, Odessa freshman, were also installed. The new SAU committee chairmen are: entertainment chairman Danny Simmons, Richardson junior; dance and coffee house chairman Cathy Cooper, Houston sopho- more; publicity chairman Kenny Lane, Amarillo senior; spirit, travel and study chairman Suzanne Lutz, Ft. Worth junior; recreation chairman Martin Johnsen, Irving junior; and films chairman Gary Anderson,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1971

1SS PS® S'lpr *'V' "V " Vj^'^fStiJ PAQE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Ness Says Blacks Differ In Structure Longer legs, longer arms, less fat, faster reactions and more weight in relation to size characterize the black athlete in rela- tion to the white, Gary Ness, assistant foot- ball coach, said in a recent faculty research seminar. His presentation. "The Structural and Physiological Variations in White and Black Athletes," dealt with several reports and studies Ness has accumulated. "Al- though I have not done any research in this area," Ness said, "I do plan to do a good deal in the future." Ness pointed out that 26 years ago there were no black athletes participating in any major sports. Today, according to Ness, there's quite a different story. Out of the past 13 seasons black athletes have won 12 player-of-the-year awards. Although the black athlete seems to be superior in physical endowments, his supe- riority does not extend to all sports. Ness pointed out that a shallower chest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1971

m The North Texas Daily ; ' i\V,V.V<S ' • : 'A _____ Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO 100 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 22.1971 Earth Day's Emphasis-Activism Activism and public interest constitute the only hope to save the environment from destruction in the next 100 years, Edward C. Fritz, harth Day featured speaker, said Wednesday. Preceded by folksingers Joseph and Nathan Segal, the Dallas lawyer spoke to a crowd of some 150 students and faculty members scattered on the grass in the park behind the Art Building. INTRODUCED BY Dr. Pete Gunter of the philosophy faculty as "one of Texas' foremost conservationists," Fritz has been working in Texas ecology 20 years. He urged students to join organizations and write letters to Texas legislators to further the ecological movement. "I hope to hell you'll fight to save the environment, so it will remain for you and your children," he said. The major solution to environmental problems is "comprehensiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1971

PAGE 2 wHit qimm <mKN : r 1 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ZPG Concentrates On Overpopulation By RENNETTA DAVIS Daily Reporter An organization launched in Denton by three students may be influential in helping the city do its share in ending the world-wide population explosion. And, if starting right here at home will help cope with the problem, then Denton's chapter of Zero Population Growth (ZPG) may be off on the right foot. The club, which began last August, is part of the national ZPG organization started in 1968 by Paul Ehrlich, a population ecologist from Stanford University. Ehrlich is the author of the book, "The Population Bomb." "Our club concentrates on population problems," Mrs. Linda Brock, president of the Denton chapter, said. "We want to help educate the people and let them know what is available in the form of contraceptives and how they may be able to limit their families. "Up until a few years ago, we didn't know that there was a problem with population," Mrs. Brock sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1971

"Tv ' 1 WW-:--- ■ ■."■■v'VJ: Thursday. April 22,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAI1 a •pi' I ■ ' I I %l a i i ■ Seniors Present Art In Spring Exhibition By GARYLYN SAMPSON Special Writer With spring just around the corner, the park area around the Art Building will be overflowing with frisbee throwers, nature lovers, guitarists, blooming flowers, people in love, artists, class cutters hit with spring fever, chirping birds and more people in love. The scene inside the Art Building might well be just as inviting, as the spring Senior Art Exhibitions get underway. The exhibits will feature displays of pottery, paintings, etchings, jewelry, costume designs and interior decorator models, representative of the work done by each senior art major since their careers at North Texas began. The exhibitions are divided into two shows to accommodate the work done by the 37 graduating seniors of that depart- ment. The first show will open today at 9 a.m. and close Tuesday in the Gallery on the main floor o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1971

PAGf 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I If, 1: f I Netters Win Two Matches By RICHARD LANGFORD Daily Reporter North Texas' tennis team won the last two matches of the spring season by beating Lamar Tech 5-2 Tuesday and Texas A&M 5-4 Wednesday. The next Eagle match will be in the Mis- souri Valley Conference Meet, May 6-8 in Memphis, Tenn. Coaching Selection Delayed A new head track coach was scheduled to be announced late this week, but the an- nouncement apparently has been delayed pending either confirmation by Acting- President John Carter and the Board of Re- gents or a release from the coach's previous school. A 15-man committee composed of ad- ministration, faculty and students picked its top choice for the job Sunday from a field of five final candidates. "The screening of the candidates was meticulous," Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Rod Rust said. There had been around 100 original applicants for the position. The Daily has lparned the leading con- tenders for the pos...

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

IF f The North Texas Daily 64TH YEAR NO. 101 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. APRIL 23.1971 University Alters Housing Rules Commission OKs Avenue A Action The Planning and Zoning Commission of Denton approved a request to close three blocks of Avenue A within campus April 6, contingent upon several actions by the uni- versity. The request was for the closing of two blocks in front of the new Art Building and the Speech and Drama Building and one block in front of the Social Science Build- ing. The request will come before the city council at its meeting Tuesday. SEVERAL CONDITIONS were placed upon the university. They included the dedication of all utility easements on Ave- nue A within the campus, the increase of right-of-way to 60 feet along Mulberry Street to Welch Street and the dedication of property on the corner of Avenue A and Hickory Street to remove the jog coming in from Fry Street (where street entrances are not aligned). North...

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

. PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. April 23.1971 r*i- Lindsay, left, and Lincoln Park, right, are the top two places where North Texas students buy liquor and beer. —Photos by Judy Quarles r The North Texas Daily 54th Yaar 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 Lego/ Pot? Taxation Better Than Prohibition In the March 22 issue of The National Observer, staff writer James G. Driscoll advocated legalizing marijuana. His reasons for such a move were not based on any positive effects of marijuana use but from negative aspects of its prohibition. Driscoll argued that he saw no positive reasons for legalizing marijuana but that its p...

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