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

Friday. April 23.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 )n :n ts- Ips a Ive Jof |ng lnd lid- fer, Dlic ker an- ark is ilso >en- J to iton are rk. Ico- >uld agi- Ac- uhlc T: h I.,/ i i i' 1 a I •. * * • ft * T a t. t Around the Campus SGA Hopefuls To Air Views rFantastick' Actors, from left, Harry Reinwald, Dallas freshman; Mike High, Lafayette, lnd , junior; John Coffman, Dallas junior; and Ken Marini, Bowling Green, Ohio, senior, practice for Alpha Psi Omega's production of the 'Fan- tasticks.' The play runs Wednesday through May 1 'Fantasticks' Opens Run Wednesday Alpha Psi Omega's production of "The Fantasticks," the longest running Broad- way musical, will open Wednesday and run through May I in the Studio T heater of the Speech and Drama Building. Described by codirector Reed Chambers, Richardson senior, as "a parable about love," the musical is the second such pro- duction done this school year by the nation- al honor dramatic fraternity. Toni Cam- pese, Wichita Falls junior,...

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

rt£Ste-A< ,4t i'to t;*' "*' . *?w PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Chamberlain, Ali, Ink, Nix Fight Pact HOUSTON (AP) — A light between Muhammad Ali and pro basketball star Wilt Chamberlain was announced by Ali Thursday and then less than an hour later called off by an Astrodome official. "We do not have a Tight to announce at this time," Jack O'Connell, senior vice- president of the AstroDomain Corp. told a news conference at the Astrodome. EARLIER ALI had told newsmen while awaiting Chamberlain's arrival that he would fight the 7-foot-2 basketball great July 26 in the Astrodome. "This ain't no joke, we are going to fight," Ali said. But then O'Connell ar- rived and shot down the fight, saying it was being blocked by Chamberlain's tax structure. O'Connell said Chamberlain had agreed to fight and that Ali was prepared to sign but that problems arose during a conference with Chamberlain and an attorney and tax consultant who accompanied him to Hous- ton. Chamberlain did not appear at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1971

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1971

PAGE 2—THK NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. April 27, 1971 Substation Serves UB Houses 7,621 Mailboxes By BELINDA SCHEXNAYDER Special Writer A female postal employe carrying parcels from North Texas in the trunk of her car and making special deliveries for the Den- ton Post Office recently lost her car. But she soon found it—in a water-filled ditch. Superintendent R. L. Smith of the North Texas Station Post Office told how the woman picked up the North Texas pack- ages and drove along University Drive toward Interstate Highway 35 where she stopped to make a delivery. When she re- turned to her car—it wasn't there. When she asked some nearby construc- tion workers if they'd seen a red, white and The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Texas Stata University Danton, Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office TERRY KELLY Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Logan Wonders Why Hood Not Track Coach Butch Logan, Box B729, Kerr Hall, fresh- man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1971

vV I b ' / if I; * • In I. ♦ • * f ■ |i ; t ft 4 • « < V «' t ♦ > Tuesday. April 27. 1971 Library Sets Open House Thursday Open house will be held at the new Li- brary Thursday for all students. The surprise was announced Monday by Library spokesman John Brewster. The building will be open Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m. The Library will not be open for business for awhile. "Students can go in during the designated times and just wander around if they want to," Brewster said "There will be someone on each floor to answer any questions that the students may have. Everyone is welcome to come in and look around." The building is also open for tours this week through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. daily. Guides give some of the back- ground of the library, identify the different rooms and answer questions. "We did not have many people on the first tour, but I feel that as soon as the stu- dents become informed of what is going on the attendence will increase," Brews...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1971

PIP PAQI 4—THI NORTH TiXAS DAILY Tuacday. April 27. 1971 Cindermen End Season At Wichita By STEVE ESTES Daily Reporter With the track season fast coming to a close, Assistant Coach Don Hood believes the team is "coming around." The only competition left is the most important one of all, the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) meet scheduled for May 7-8 in Wichita, Kansas. Last weekend the team split forces with four men going to the nationally promi- nent Drake Relays, and the rest of the team going to Arlington. ENTERED IN the sprint medley relay at Drake, North Texas lowered the school record they set last week. They placed third behind the University of Wisconsin and Wyoming University with a time of 3:19.2. Team members included Rodney Walter, Vernon Evans, Austin Salter and Dennis Stephens. Stephens had the outstanding time with a 1:48.2 anchor leg. He brought the team from fifth to their third-place finish. Team members who didn't go to Drake were entered in a meet at Arlington. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1971

I J,: i > The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NO 104 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL28. 1971 8 a.m., in Front of UB Student Government Voting Starts Today By ELLEN MOORE and DAVID LEWIS Daily Reporters Voting will begin today at 8 a.m. and will continue Thursday for Student Government Association (SGA) president and 15 as- semblyman positions. Voting will be held r front of the Union Building (UB). Seven candidates have filed for the pres- idential position and 24 students are run- ning for the 15 assembly spots. Eight had previously filed for the presidential spot, but George Alger, New London, Conn., junior, withdrew from the race Tuesday. In order to acquaint students with the presidential candidates' positions and view- points, the Daily asked the candidates the following questions: I. WHY ARE YOU RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT? MAURY FORMAN, Houston junior: I am running because I feel that I can work better than the other candidates u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1971

■ - ■ —' —W ——WW* IORTM TIXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 28.1971 The North Texas Daily 54th Ymk North Tmu Stat* Univaraity Danton, Taxat ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Commuters Prefer Buses Two-Thirds of Students Commute 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 Wants Change Conway Candor Fresh Approach Whether it is the election for president of the United States or the presi- dent of the Student Government Association (SGA), presidential elections are usually conducted with much seriousness and vote-getting rhetoric. This year, things are different—at least at North Texas. Bill Conway, news director of KNTU, has added his name to the list of candidates for the job as the students' chief executive. His platf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1971

It , It* Wednesday. April 28,1971 SAU Brings Folk Group To Campus Bright and lively are The Colours, a folk- type musical group which the Student Acti- vities Union (SAU) is bringing to North Texas for a number of free performances Thursday and Friday. Thursday, The Colours will play at sup- per in the Kerr Hall cafeteria. Later that evening the group will play alter the SAU film of the week in the Main Auditorium. Friday at noon, the group will play in front of the Union Building lor a short time, and then will give a free two-hour concert in the Business Administration Auditorium starting at 8 p.m. Members of the quartet are all students at Texas Tech, but come from different sections of the country. Susan Swenson, lead vocalist, is from New York; Mark Parker, bassist, is from Lubbock; Gordon Parrish, vocalist and guitarist, comes from California; and Jim Ratts, guitarist, is from Kansas. Ron Blatchley, SAU director, said he felt the group was on its way to the big time. Around th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1971

■PSiJ * • ■■ 4—THE NORTH TKXAS DAILY onterrey Finale or Soccer Closing its season against the Monter- rey Institute of Technology, the soccer team will aim for its 16th victory of the season in Mexico on May 21. This will be a pre- liminary- match to a Mexico Professional Cup game. The team—which has posted a 15-5-3 record this season—was accepted last week into the Texas Intercollegiate League. Other conference members will include Houston, Midwestern, LeTourneau, Ste- phen F. Austin, UT-Arlington, Pan Ameri- can, Texas A&I, Trinity, St. Mary's and all the Southwest Conference schools lo- cated in Texas. SOCCER SCHEDULE Fall 1971 OCT SEPT II. 17. la. i . 25. 26. 2. 9. 16. 17. 23. 24. 30. 6 7. 13. 20. 21. •Texas Christian University Ottawa University Invitational Ottawa University Invitational Kansas State University •Texas Tech •Midwestern University •Stephen F Austin •Southern Methodist University •LeTourneau College •Texas at Arlington Air Force Acadamy Invitational Universit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1971

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR No. 103 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 29,1971 I ' f ' i< Gunter To Speak At Honors Day "Creative Man and Immobile Society," the annual faculty honors lecture, will be presented by Dr. Pete Gunter, chairman of the philosophy department, at Honors Day today. Classes will be dismissed from 1:50 to 3:30 p.m. to permit students and faculty members to attend the 2 p.m. Honors Con- vocation. Some 50 awards will be announced at the program, which is sponsored by Mor- tar Board, a senior women's honor organ- ization. Awards recognizing outstanding students will include the announcement of students nominated for a listing in "Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges." Other awards will include the Beulah A. Harris Service Award for senior women presented by the Green Jackets. Awards also will be given to one outstanding man and woman in each class along with the Talons' Spirit Awa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1971

Thursday, April 29. The North Texas Daily MtflVNT North Thm Stat* Unlwihy Denton, Tuii ALL AMERICAN und PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office AWE Stresses Sex-Role Lib New Group Seeks Equality ation 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 SGA Election Prexy Hopefuls Vary Platforms With the differences among the ideas and platforms of the seven candi- dates seeking the new position of the Student Government Association (SGA) president, students should be able to find one they agree with when they go to the polls today to vote. The candidates—Leonard Bliss, Bill Brannon, Bill Conway, John Cunningham, Jim DeFoor, Maury Forman and Wes Spiegel—really do not have much in common except that they are all males. Their ideas and objectiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1971

• :^i-' • • • *« ♦ *i • * • * • 9 I • * f 1 Thursday, April 29,1971 'fll? Ethnic Group To Sponsor Folk Show Mexican-American drama and comedy, a guest speaker and Mexican-folklore dan- cers will be presented Saturday evening in the Business Administration Lecture Hall by LosChicanos. Admission to the program, scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., is 50 cents for students and SI for adults. El Teatro Chicano, an Austin-based Mexican-American theater group which describes itself as a "living self-portrait," will do skits that reveal the frustrations, failings and hopes of Mexican-Americans as an ethnic group. Guest speaker Jorge Lara-Braud will discuss the merits of chicano studies pro- grams already in progress at several south- western universities. Lara-Braud is the di- rector of the Hispanic-American Institute at Austin. Completing the program will be the Bal- let Chicano de Atzlan of Denver, Colo. The Ballet is a Mexican-folklore dance group which has performed at various col- leges and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1971

,V: ,,,s «.. v.^ '•■ f MH<::. I* AO I 4—TH1 NORTH TlXAt DAILY • : ; ' *V'' '}• sC""-- V" ' '"• '• . ■ i ''' Thursday. April 29.1971 Tennis Gains in Popularity Ex-Student Promotes New Life for Old Game Watch the Bird! Susie Payne, Little Rock. Ark., graduate student, in white, lunges for the bird in a recent aerial tennis match Her partner, Judy Bateman, Danville, Va., graduate student, watches Miss Payne placed first in singles during the state tournament last December Miss Bateman captured third Friday, Saturday Eagle Team Ready For Golf Tourney By RIC K HOLCOMB Daily Reporter The Eagle golf team will be at full strength when they take on 10 other clubs in the Morris Williams Invitational Tour- nament Friday and Saturday. Eagles traveling to Austin for the tourna- ment will be seniors Guy Cullins, Dennis Walters, Gary Kirwan and Wayne Wright, sophomore Bill Powell and freshman John Granger. "We will be facing a very strong field," Herb Ferrill, golf coach, said. "Texas will prob...

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

The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR No. 104 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. APRIL 30, 1971 J 1 i" * New 'Who's Who'Revealed At Honors Day Convocation Outstanding Man John Preskitt, Dallas senior, right, accepts his award for Outstanding Senior Man Thursday during Honors Day Convocation. Dr R Wayne Adams, alum- ni director, who announced the winners of the alumni awards for student achievement, presents the honor to Preskitt. —Photo by Judy Quarles By NIKKI SORENSEN Daily Reporter Dr. Pete Gunter, chairman of the philo- sophy department, urged students to do their part in changing "a society frozen into patterns that no longer fit this world" at Thursday's Honors Day Convocation. He urged the award winners to take leadership to change the American society, particularly in regard to saving the ecology. Students selected for "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities" were announced along with some 50 awards presented at the...

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

PAOI2—THE NORTH TEX A 8 DAILY Friday, April 30. 1971 Yoga Group Lives on 'Kosmic' Wages By SHARI SHAW Spccial Writer Eighteen ex-college students, some hold- ing degrees, are working 10 hours a day for 115 a week each and a place to live. These people own and run the Kosmic Kitchen, Denton's only health food restaurant. All are members of a Yoga meditation group, and the Kitchen which keeps their Ashram, or meditation temple, together, provides enough of an income for them to exist. 'We're not out to make a profit," Tom Harris, one of the Kitchen's 18 co-owners and workers, explained. "You reap what you sow. We're just trying to do a service." THE KOSMIC KITCHEN, which has been open since October, features only natural foods. "We use no artificial, proces- sed or chemical food," Harris said. "As people start dying off because of the food they eat, they'll start coming to health foods." Harris and the other owners of the Kitch- en believe eating commercially prepared foods poisons th...

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

Friday. April 30.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAOE 3 New Library Features Modern Furniture The now Library features modern furniture for students' use The area east of the Library has been landscaped It has a fountain, many trees and benches. Many books have been moved to the shelves of the new Library. Long Delay Sets Back Opening Date After many delays, the new Library will finally open soon. A library spokesman said the Library should be open by the beginning of summer school. The move to the new Li- brary will be made during the break between semesters. In the meantime, students may take tours of the new facility today. The tours are scheduled for 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., John Brewster, Library spokesman, said. Guides will give background on the building, identi- fy the different rooms and answer questions. m 'rr f: \ Many areas in the Library have been filled with comfortable furniture This group also features a magnificent view Comfortable rolling chairs are provided in the study ...

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

THE NORTH TIXA8 DAILY Friday. April 30. 1971 Around the Campus Green Fuse Winners Announced Have a Chair! Chairs stacked in the new Library await completion and occupation of the facility. The new Library is expected to be open to students soon. — Photo by Judy Quarles MARY MILAM, Dallas graduate stu- dent; DAYID HALL, McKinney graduate student; and TOM MORGESON, Hurst freshman, were first prize winners of prose, poetry and art respectively in THE GREEN FUSE, the first campus literary magazine since Venture died in I96S. The Green Fuse, which is a publication of the department of English, will be avail- able for students next week. Second prize winners were SCOTT SANDSBERRY, Bryan freshman, prose; DON FOSTER, Denton graduate student, poetry; and KEN MACINTYRE, Denton freshman, art. Third prize winners were J. BRIAN FREDD, Dallas junior, prose; RON HUD- DLESTON, Dallas junior, poetry; and TOM BALTHORP, Denton graduate stu- dent, art. The money prizes for awards to the top three works...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 April 1971

t 4 Friday, April 30.1971 lr 4/- * '&• >r*> : '-■■C.-.i ... • k -- v • ." u''4&mr<> Even Steven Members of the Independent League charge off the starting blocks in Wednesday's preliminary 220-yard dash Finals in the Intramural track meet were held Thursday Sigma Phi Epsilon won the Fraternity League division with a 178-point total. In the Independent League. Kerr Hall won with a 186 point total James Daniels, Gladewater junior, won the Independent League 220-yard dash for the Space Cowboys with a 24.1 time Tracksters To Defend MVC Title May 7-8 at Wichita State Meet By STEVE ESTES Daily Reporter While most students are worrying about finals and anticipating the long summer, the track team is preparing to defend its Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) title. The meet is scheduled for May 7-8 at Wich- ita State University in Wichita, Kan. The team has no individual winners re- turning from last year's MVC meet, which was held at Drake University. KA, UBBA Seek 'Mural ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 April 1971

PAGES—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. April 30.1871 AASU Program Aids Kids Physically, Mentally By KAROL HOLMES Daily Reporter With the roar of a bus and the excited sounds of 100 children the breakfast pro- gram, sponsored by the Afro-American Student Union (AASU), gets underway. Every Saturday morning the AASU sponsors the breakfast program for under- privileged children of Denton County. These children, ranging from age 6 to 13, are taken by bus to various eating places in Denton. Restaurants feed the children and pick up the tab for the meal. "These kids can have whatever they want to eat," Frank Thacker, manager of Wim- py's, said. "Usually they want hamburgers, French fries and milk shakes. Anytime you ask a kid what he wants to eat, he usually says a hamburger; so that's what we give him." ROGER JOYNER, Columbia, SC., sophomore and presiding officer of AASU indicated that each restaurant is responsible for approximately 10 children each Satur- day. The children rotate to differ...

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