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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1977

? ? [1 Tuesday, March 29. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 4 Takes Top Award In Voertman Art Contest $250 Winner Pholo by CINDY SPUROEON Carolyn Conner, owner of the Fairmount Gallery in Dallas, shows the winner of the $250 purchase award in the Voertman Award Exhibition. Ms. Conner was the judge of the contest in which this mixed media work by Patricia Lynn Walls was selected for the top award. By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter A mixed media entry of a drawing with Xerox prints as a background won the S2S0 purchase award in the Voertman Awards Exhibition for Patricia Lynn Walls, Dallas graduate student. Twenty-two other students each won S10 awards in the show which opened Monday in the Art Building Gallery. The show will be on exhibit through April 6. The "Nannie" piece was a drawing of three elderly females (two seated and one standing) and had a background of Xerox prints of the same subject. Ken Havis, director of the Art Building Gallery, said there were 279 entries in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1977

/#* • • "• £<'" *' NHBU '••• -l1' ' ■!'''■' ' " •' ' ' PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ff|p« Tuesday, March 29, 1977 jm Iranian New Year Brings Time of Celebration, Luck Good Luck Symbols Photo by TERRY WOOTEN This symbolic table display In an Iranian student's home in Denton contains good luck pieces that begin with the letter "S" In the Iranian language. The display consists of a decorative picture, a mirror, candles, light and dark vinegar, a coin, thread, nuts, rice, grain sprouts, eggs, cinnamon, garlic, apples and a plant. The good luck pieces will remain on display throughout the celebration. Parker Slates Child Talk The Denton Association for the Education of Young Children (AEYC) will present State Rep. Walt Parker in an address on Texas legislation and local concerns regarding young children April 14 at 7 p.m. in the First State Bank, Mrs. Peggy Fearing, publicity chairman, said. The program is in conjunction of the national AEYC's observance of the Week of the Young Chi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1977

Tuesday, March 29, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 s >1 f m' b- Discharge Policy Changes Pentagon Will Review Each Case Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS The O.J. Curry Room is located in the Business Administration Building. NT Dedicates Seminar Room University Honors Former Dean By MARK L. STALLS Daily Reporter The O.J. Curry Seminar Room on the first floor of the Business Administra- tion Building was named in honor of the man who spent 30 years devoted to the advancement of business administration at NT. Former Dean O.J. Curry, professor emeritus of the College of Business Ad- ministration, came to NT in 1944 to be head of the fledgling business ad- ministration program. When he retired as dean in 1969, the program had become the third largest College of Business Administration in Texas and within the top 25 largest in the country. The O.J. Curry Seminar Room was officially dedicated this month with a small ceremony attended by friends of Dr. Curry, former students and NT of- ficia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1977

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Netters Win Pair Rain Disrupts Invitational By PHIL ROGERS Dally Reporter Old Man Weather just wasn't willing. That was the situation in the North Tern Invitational tennis tournament scheduled for Friday and Saturday. Rains forced major format adjustments and finally cancellation late Saturday as many teams were forced to head home without completing all their matches. Friday's 9 a.m. start was put off until noon because of rain. More rains forced the tournament into the Men's and Women's Gyms Saturday. In an attempt to complete play, Saturday's competi- tion was changed from the traditional best-of-three set matches to single eight- game matches. Coach Casey Moore's netters won two matches and lost one in the three matches they were able to play. Friday the squad opened with a 5-4 win over Northwestern University of Evanston, III. The match was played before most of the weather problems began and was the only best-of-three set the squad was able to play...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

i r t * / / n : I, fi < Is I I il J 4\ \ \ ? v ■ •I}, I The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 93 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30, 1977 <r s / ' ' - Council Candidates Voice Views Local Drinkers\ °n CitV Mana9er/ Police, Housing Booze Buying Boosts Business Editors' Note: This is the first article of a series covering the effects beer and wine sales have had on Denton since the city voted wet April 3, 1976. By RALPH WININGHAM, Staff Writer From the six-pack in a housewife's grocery cart to the bottle of wine at a convenience store, a wet Denton means better business for food and beverage store managers in the city. Claiming increases in total sales from 2.5 per cent at the Safeway on University Drive to 20 per cent at the eight E-Z Check convenience stores, Denton store managers agree the results of the April 3, 1976, wet-dry election have been beneficial "Since Denton went wet, we have hired four more employees to handle the increased volume of bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

PAGE 2 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY City Council Election Wednesday, March 30, 1977 Place 2: Smith Tries To Unseat Hughes Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of four articles concerning the races for the Denton City Coun- cil. Today, The Daily looks at the race for Place 2 in Saturday's elections. By SCOTT WHITE, Editor Probably the most amazing aspect of the city coun- cil Place 2 racc is that there is a race at all. Of the three incumbents up for re-election Saturday, Mayor Elinor Hughes appears to be in the strongest position to keep her seat on the five-member board. The 44-year-old program coordinator for the School of Community Services has the backing of most minority leaders and student groups. Few eyebrows would have been raised had she made it past the March 2 filing deadline without drawing an oppo- nent. But early in the campaign, Mansell (Smitty) Smith threw his hat into the political ring and lined up against Mrs. Hughes. Smith has heard the rumor about his being ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

W- Wednesday, March 30, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 . \ I I 1 1 > I t I *. ■' Bands To Highlight Dorm Anniversary To help celebrate Bruce Hall's 31st anniversary this week, the lab band department will lead some of its finest talent free of charge. Featured Thursday evening at 5:30 in Bruce Hall Lounge4MUl be the I O'Clock Septet of Wayne fcschuk. Edmonton, Alta., Canada, gnttiuate student, on piano; Bruce Hall, Richardson junior, on drums; Bruce Lett, Denton senior, on bass; Randy Zimmerman, Seguin senior, on trombone; Jim Powell, Grove City, Okla., graduate student, on trumpet; Brad Gregory, Edmonton, Conn., freshman, on tenor saxophone; and Jay Fort, Bastrop junior, on alto saxophone. Kathy Lynch, San Antonio sophomore, said a talent show will be held in the Concert Hall at 7:30 p.m. Miss Lynch, secretary of the dorm as- sociation, said performers in the talent show will be Bruce Hall residents. Miss Lynch said a judge will deter- mine winners. However, she said a judg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

- THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 30, 1977 Dandy Lines What looks like a microscopic view of cells or a macroscopic Image of stars Is, In fact, two dandelions. Photo by CHARUE COLE Holography Image Gives Three-Dimensrafnal View Educators To Host Author By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter Today's Phi Delta Kappa Spring Conference will feature as its speaker the chairman of the department of education at the University of Chicago. Dr. Phillip W. Jackson of Chicago will participate in both the afternoon and evening sessions at the University Union, according to Dr. Walter Doyle of the education faculty, vice-president for projects of Phi Delta Kappa, national honorary education faraternity. After registration on the fourth level lobby from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m., a conver- sation hour will be held from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. with Dr. Jackson in Forum 4I3. There will be a buffet dinner in the Silver Eagle Suite from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. followed by Dr. Jackson's address and a question period fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

Wednesday, March 30, 1977 Ti iE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 I i I ♦ \S • V * t .< V i I i ¥ Military Hospital To Treat Survivors of Jet Collision SAN ANTONIO (AP)—The badly burned survivors of the jumbo jet colli- sion at Tenerife in the Canary Islands will be cared for at a military hospital famous for its burn treatment facilities. A U.S. Air Force C-130 carrying 58 of the 71 survivors of Sunday's disaster took off from the Santa Cruz airport Tuesday over the wreckage of the two jets. Most of the survivors were to be flown to the Institute for Surgical Research, better known as the Army Burn Center at Brooke Army Medical Center. Burn teams frequently fly to the scene of disasters throughout the United States and return the victims to Brooke in hours. During the Vietnam conflict in the late 1960s and early 1970s, as many as 30 severely burned soldiers would arrive at the center at one time. A center spokesman said that han- dling of a large number of burn victims is nothing new t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

I PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 30, 1977 | m : 1 Senate Approves Program School Stresses Real Estate A concentration in real estate, re- quested by the business administration department, has been approved by the Faculty Senate and is in effect. "By the year 1985 a person will need 60 semester hours or more in real estate to get his broker's license," Dr. Zack Mason of the business administration faculty said Monday. Dr. Mason ex- plained that the real estate business is becoming more specific in requirements like the medical and law professions. The concentration will consist of Part I, general business requirements; Part II, business department requirements; and Part III, concentration in real estate. Part III will consist of 18 hours in the professional field, business and 12 hours in supporting fields such as economics and sociology. Required courses in the supporting field are REAL 375, Real Estate Princi- ples; REAL 404, Mortgage Lending; REAL 363, Property M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

V \ K A \ v t Wednesday, March 30, 1977 Art Faculty Will Exhibit In Nebraska Teel Sale and Denny Fagan, both of the art faculty, have had work accepted into a juried exhibit at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Neb. Ms. Sale's blue and white monoprint called "Organization of American States" won the Best Graphic award in the show which will open in April (the artists have not been notified of the date). A pencil drawing of an old glove was the entry that won Ms. Fagan admission to the show, which is titled "Still Life Through The Centuries." The artists said the exhibit will range from Old Master drawings to contem- porary work. The contemporary entries (which included the work of the NTSU artists) were juried by William Agee, director of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and James Demetrion, director of the Des Moines Art Center, in Des Moines, Iowa. Ms. Fagan said the first jury in the contemporary division was by slides, then about 60 artists were invited to send in their original...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1977

■ PAGE 8 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. March 30, 1977 Mean Green Will Stress Running Attack in Drills By RICK KELSEY Daily Reporter The establishment of a good running game is of main emphasis in spring drills as the NT football squad goes into its se- cond scrimmage today. Head Coach Hay den Fry said Tuesday. Thirty-four lettermen, including 10 starters, have returned for the 1977 foot- ball season. The starters, evenly divided between offense and defense, are quarterback Ken Washington, halfback Mike Jones, center Greg Davidson, tackles Gary Smith and Paul Martin, defensive tackle Garry King, nose guard Jimmy Odoms, linebackers Terry Cham- pagne and Burks Washington and safety J.T. Smith. Also highlighting the '77 season will Players Union Files Randle's Grievance ORLANDO, FLA. (AP)—The Major League Baseball Players Association Tuesday filed a grievance on behalf of Lenny Randle, the Texas Rangers' sec- ond baseman who punched out his manager, Frank Lucchesi. The Texas manage...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1977

Alcohol Sales Aid City Funds Editor's Note: This is the second article in a series covering the effects beer and wine sales upon Denton since the city voted wet April 3, 1976. By RALPH WININGHAM, Staff Writer Like a row of dominoes, beer and wine sales in Denton produce a chain of events directly affecting the city. Better business leads to more sales, more sales lead to more sales tax and more sales tax lead to more revenue for Denton in the form of a check from the State Comptroller. "Each month Denton stores send their sales tax to Austin, then the state sends one-fifth of the 5 per cent back to Denton," William Bryant, director of finance said. "This money is then put in the city's general fund." Bryant said the general fund includes the sales tax check from Austin, ad valorem taxes, franchise taxes, garbage collection fees and corporation court fees, which can be used by all city departments ex- cept utilities. "Each department—police, fire, finance—pays its expenses from the g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1977

"VWV mmMwm PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 31, 1977 Editorials Gay for Place 3 Richard Ray, the student, and Dr. Ray Stephens, the teacher, would seem to be obvious choices in Place 3, because of their immediate con- nection with the university. The concerns of the entire city, however, must be considered in a city wide election. Mary Claude Gay is, therefore, the choice of The Daily in Place 3 because she is best able to meet these concerns without sacrificing student interests. "I feel I understand the problems of youth," Mrs. Gay said, "and I have kept in close com- munication with them. The two universities are Denton's biggest industries and I recognize their importance." As for conflict of interest concerns, Mrs. Gay said only twice last year were requests for rezon- ing made on her properties and she would abstain if such matters arose during her term of office. Ray is admittedly well-versed on facts and issues and is the only self-declared liberal in any of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1977

Thursday, March 31, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY —PAGE 3 In la ic le o- n ♦ ic e- ds sd 'y ith int of icil an t M' V K < r f I I \ I « > ¥ * ' ♦ 4 Black Sorority Show To Feature ^Stepping' The Zeta Eta Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority will spon- sor a "Probate Show" Saturday night at 7 in the Main Auditorium. The theme of this year's show is "The Extension of Greeks: Past to Present." The show will focus on the many famous Black Greeks that have come from each sorority and fraternity. The show gives Greeks a chance to come together and demonstrate their particular talents in the area of stepping. Stepping consists of chants, stomps and songs. There will be judges from each Black fraternity and sorority to judge each act. The judges will make their decision based on ap- pearance of the performers, originality and organization of the act. The probate show will be well represented with people from Texas and Oklahoma participating. Besides North Texas, Greeks from Lamar, SM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1977

PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 31, 1977 * Pijan Fills Many Roles As Union Activities Grow Mm ■ . ''Vy it r •' 7.1 Photo by CHARLIE COLE W ■\v D NTTN News Bob Schlosser, Lisa Mages and Pamela Hawthorne pre- sent the daily campus news during an NTTN telecast. By FRANK DUTY Daily Reporter Pinbali machines, free movies and the Post Office seem to be the only things many students associate with the University Union. However, the facility serves not only as a recreational center, but as a community center and as an educational environment through cultural and intellectual activities such as art exhibits, speakers, concerts and seminars. Dr. Dorothy Pijan, director of campus activities and the Union, said the whole idea of being associated with the Union with its variety of student ser- vices and activities, is very exciting. "I CONSIDER myself truly an ed- ucator, although I must be a combina- tion of many different roles," Dr. Pijan Burnette Exposes NTTN Obstacles By JAMES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1977

W( . Thursday, March 31, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 « L> * IA ( f> 1 \ b t I t t , * Library's Depository Holds Diverse Data An extensive portion of the Library's materials is in the government docu- ments division on the third floor. The Library is a selective depository for U.S. governmental publications, Damron Dennis, documents librarian, said Tuesday. The NT Library serves Denton and its neighboring counties with this collection, she said. Government publications include anything published by and for the U.S. government, Mrs. Dennis said. All of the federal documents in the Library are on the third floor, along with a small collection of Pan American documents. The Library became a depository in 1948, but there are older documents in the collection, she said. Some of these go back to the beginning of the country, such as the Journal of Continental Congress. The documents are in many forms, such as pamphlets, books, single papers, maps and posters, Mrs. Dennis said....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1977

PAGE 6 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. March 31, 1977 | iw-i"- "f/; mjSr* mmf vcik; i Baseball Club Wins Extra Inning Games Photos by JIM WITHERSPOON Gettin' Ready North Texas running back Fred Gordon (left) drills an offensive play In Wednes- day's scrimmage at Fouts Field. Head Football Coach Hayden Fry (above) explains and demonstrates a block- ing stance to linemen. Sports Briefs Women Netters Blank TWU 9-0 The women's tennis team aced TWU 9-0 in a match Tuesday at TWU, bring- ing the team's season record to 2-4, Coach Cherri Rapp said Wednesday. "We played really well. It was really nice to win," Coach Rapp said. Dinah Avera defeated S. Jackson, 6-1, 6-1; Angela Hamm beat M. Martin, 6-2, 6-2; Cherie Higgs didn't get going until the second set, but won her match against R. Goolsby, 7-5, 6-1; Lily Hous- ton had her first victory of the season over A. Godines, 6-0, 6-1; Paula Ward put down L. Chapman, 6-1, 6-0; and Vicki Wood upset M. Atwill, 6-1, 6-4. In doubles, Avera and Hamm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1977

jri •' 3 • i< < I. Liquor Stores Escape Impact of 'Wet' Denton Editor's Note: This is the final segment in a series covering the effects beer and wine sales have had on Denton since the city voted wet April 3, 1976. By RALPH WININGHAM Staff Writer Contrary to earlier predictions, two areas which were to have suffered the most from the results of the wet-dry elec- tion in Denton continue to do business as usual—Lincoln Park and the Buckeye Liquor Store in Lake Dallas. "We have had some reduction in business with all the beer joints in Denton, but not that much," Guy Vince, owner of the Buckeye, said. "There was some loss in beer sales. "We run our business the same now as we did before; the same specials and no increase in sales on certain items. There is no way to tell how it (a wet Denton) has affected us in any certain way because we are drawing business from ljttcoln'p(irik LIQUOR T "The store has not had a reduction in operating hours or employes because you have to give t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 1. 1977 70-Year Span Brings Change To NT Life By DEBBIE BEST Daily Reporter Student life in Denton has changed since the days of the North Texas State Normal College when it was headed by Dr. William Herschel Bruce between 1906 and 1923. During the early 1900's, the daughters and sons of Texas farmers and ranchers arrived in Denton with the dreams of becoming teachers. They were expected to conduct themselves in a manner befitting members of that profession. The rules to which they adhered were not only strict, they were enforced. The students, who called An Editorial System Needs Voter Input Pre-election days are hectic ones for candidates, committee workers, voters and journalists. Candidates and their public relations teams work diligently to make the candidate appear in the best possible light, taking into consideration everything from opponents to campaign issues, to which restaurant the candidate dines in and what clothing he or she s...

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