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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 May 1971

1 i'/" EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA v* J :■ The North Texas Daily Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO 106 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1971 r.i i s 'J Nolen Talks About Policies By TERRY KELLY Daily Editor C. C. Nolen will continue to include students and faculty in the decision making and broaden communication with students when he takes over as president Aug. I, but he doesn't know what changes he will af- fect. "I haven't sorted those out and probably won't have any until August," he told the Daily by phone Thursday, "but I will have several changes by Aug. I." NOLEN, WHO laughingly calls him- self a "good moderate," said he was a situa- tion man depending on the needs of the moment," and that "students are our No. I product." He said North Texas must "con- tinue where its strengths are." Because students are a university's No. I product, Nolen said students would con- tinue in the decision making process. "I have always found that students could ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 May 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 'M ft FRIDAY. MAY 7. 1971 V • - - J4>m .« •• ■ ,„s ; .I - JVji ,. Official Named To Presidency C. C. (Jitter) Nolen was named today as the tenth president of North Texas. Nolen, his wife, June, and their daughter, Lysa, 18 N The North Texas Daily ^0 I f 1 Nolen and Lysa look at the Yucca to familiarize themselves with the university Bon. 5297. NT Station. Danton. Texas 70203 PACEMAKER 5 TIMES Tha North Taiat Daily ttudant newspaper of North Texat Siata University it publithed daily Tuetdey through Friday during tha long termt Saptambar through May and weekly (avary Thursday I during tha lummai ••••ton June through August except during review and anamination penodt and school vacations Southweetern Journalism Congrats SUBSCRIPTION RATI - $10 annually or $6 | •amattar and $2 par tummar ir long Telephone 387 4611 exteneon 364 ALL AMERICAN 66 TIMES LETTERS FROM READERS Tha Daily welcomee lattart from raadart but ratarvat tha right to adit whan necettery L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1971

Duke Files Suit for Reinstatement v. \ i .V By GEORGE FOSTER Staff Writer Another story in the continuing saga of the Elizabeth Ann Duke-David Haylon controversy will unfold July 20 in the court of U. S. District Judge William Wayne Justice in Sherman. It was Judge Justice who on June I de- clared that a Feb. 17 restraining order and contempt citation against the two was un- constitutional. Mrs. Duke has filed suit for reinstate- ment as a North Texas teaching fellow and has asked for $63,500 in damages. This is the second suit Mrs. Duke has filed asking for damages. Her previous suit asks for $100,000 and is next up on the civil docket in Sherman according to tha secretary for the U. S. District Clerk. In her suit for reinstatement she is seek- ing: • Reinstatement as a teaching fellow. • A declaration that the dismissal hear- ing and appeals meetings on her termina- tion were not sufficiently "impartial" so as to fulfill the due process requirements of the fifth and 14th amendment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1971

a—TNI NORTH T1XAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 84th Vw North Twu Stat* University ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Thursday, June 10.1071 Denton. Texas Men's Long Hair Gains Popularity Barbers Must Become Stylists To Survive Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office KARA LEE SELMAN Editor SHARI SHAW 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. Brings Enthusiasm Nolen Promises Student Progress On May 7 the regents announced the selection of a new president for North Texas State University, C.C. Nolen. At an introduction ceremony A.M. Willis, chairman of the Board of Regents, carried away with enthu- siasm, said that this man was the one who, with a little help, could make North Texas "the pride of Texas and the envy of the Southwest." It is doubtful that we will ever equal the UT sy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1971

Thursday, Juna 10,1971 THE NOf |/ ' a t m ' School Lacks Tennis Facilities By RICHARD LANGFORD Daily Reporter North Texas has only 11 tennis courts. Some smaller schools have better facilities. Almost everyone in the athletic depart- ment agrees that more and better courts are needed but no one knows exactly how or when they will be built. The six courts behind the Men's Gym were built around 1954 and with the five women's courts across the street from Kerr Hall, North Texas has 11 courts. Tennis Coach Ken Bahnsen said this is terribly inadequate for a school of 15,000. "You show me a school with 15,000 stu- dents, and I'll practically guarantee you that they have more than 11 courts like we have," Bahnsen said. "We went to West Texas State this past year, and they have 20 courts. The students built them on their own when they built their new Student Union Building. "WHAT WE need here are six new Lakold courts, fenced and lighted, out on the east side of the Golf Course parking lot,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1971

PAQI4—THI NORTH TIXAS DAILY Thursday. Jun* 10,1971 Campus Scene: Oil Companies Donate Business Scholarships i <f. jg i| A total of $1,000 was donated to the Col- lege of Business Administration by Mobil Oil Co. and Continental Oil Co. Mobil Foundation, Inc. contributed two $250 scholarships to the accounting depart- ment requesting that the awards be given to students on the basis of academic record and professional potential in the field of accounting. Continental Oil's Financial Aid to Edu- cation Program granted SS00 to be used at the discretion of DR. CLIFFORD HUT- TON, dean of the College of Business Ad- ministration. Minority group students planning teacher education careers are eligible for a $3,000 scholarship for doctoral study at North Texas during the next year. Applicants must provide evidence that they plan to be a college teacher in an edu- cation department or a public school ad- ministrator who trains teachers during in- service programs. Tuesday is the deadline f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1971

Thursday. Jun* 10,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 6 } X t M SAU Hosts Top Talent; 1971 Marks Fourth Year By DAVID LEWIS Daily Reporter Since its birth four years ago, the Stu- dent Activities Union (SAU) has thrived on entertainment, working to bring a better caliber of it to the campus each year. The earliest record the Daily has of a ma- jor SAU-sponsored event is a concert held in April 1968. Billed as a concert with three performances that had sold five million re- cords, the show featured The Outsiders, who sang "Time Won't Let Me" and "Help Me Girl"; THEM, the group that originally recorded "Gloria"; J. Frank Wilson, who recorded "Last Kiss" and "Untilled Soil." The concert also featured the Filmore Light Show of San Francisco. CALLED THE Student Activities Com- mittee (SAC) until last fall, the organi- zation was run through the Office of the Dean of Students when first formed. Two faculty members and about 10 interested students coordinated all of the organiza- tion's work. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1971

.4 ' \ ;v,; ' . PAGE 0—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY X '■« ■J'; '.''a* ■ . , y ■ >«! v y ■ Thursday. June 10,1971 USED & NEW TEXTBOOKS SUPPLIES FOR ALL COURSES Serving North Texas Siate University students for more than 40 years with full range of supplies, plus a wide selection of good used and new texts for all fields of study. Denton's most complete book department: textbooks, fun books, inspirational manuals, children's books and thousands upon thous- ands of paperbacks for reference — study or pleasure. And — the useful, the whimsical and the unusual in an unparalled gift collection assembled from round the world to fill the desires of students and faculty. Textbooks, of course, arranged and classified for easy, self-selection. By shopping early from these well stocked shelves, students can easily select the best used or new titles with a minimum of delay and inconveniences. FREE NTSU B00KC0VERS WITH ALL TEXTBOOKS! c Self-Service Textbooks Check Cashing Service Art Materials Stu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1971

The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 108 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1971 ' * * • * r ♦ 4 H f < « r V '.i Nolen Names Ferre Vice-President ( By MIKE WHITEHEAD Special Writer Dr. Gustavc A. Ferre, chairman of the philosophy department at TCU, was named vice-president for academic affairs Wednes- day. The announcement came from North Texas president-elect C. C. (Jitter) Nolen, who was visiting the campus on business. Ferre's appointment has been approved by the Executive Committee of the Board of Regents; however, formal approval cannot come until the regents meet Aug. 19. Nolen also said the replacement for Wil- liam C. Lindley, vice-president for student affairs, has been narrowed to three persons from Texas, none of which is from North Texas or TCU. He said the decision will come before the regents' meeting. Ferre's appointment filled one of three vacancies in the administration, after Nolen, curren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1971

• fc • I PAQE 2—THE NORTH TIXAS DAILY Thursday. June 17,1971 m, \ 64th Y«ar The North Texas Daily North Texas Stat* University Danton. Taxaa ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office KARA LEE SELMAN Editor SHARI SHAW 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. New Dorm Rules Regents Still Use Double Standard Well, the Board of Regents changed the rules for off-campus housing by exactly one year. That is, they lowered the age limit for moving out of the dorm from 22 to 21 with males able to leave the dorm when they acquire 60 hours. They also made it possible for students who turn 21 during the fall semes- ter to leave the dorm—but only on the condition that they pay for the privi- lege by continuing to pay for their dorm room in the spring even th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1971

■ * > r < > • •/ ♦ > ♦ *i •• * i 4 4 Thursday, June 17,1971 Campus Scene Payne Directs Seminars A scries of short-term, concentrated business education workshops are being of- fered during the summer school term for graduate course credit. DR. VERNON V. PAYNE, business education and secretarial administration chairman, is directing the courses offered from now through Aug. 14. Thursday through July 9 are the dates for three other workshops, improvement of instruction in bookkeeping, administration and supervision of vocational education and improvement of instruction in short- hand. The three courses to be offered from July 10-28 are improvement of instruction in clerical-secretarial practice, coordination techniques in distributive and office educa- tion and improvement in instruction of typewriting. The final two-week course, improvement of instruction in vocational office educa- tion, will be offered from July 29 through August 14. A special one-day workshop will be h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1971

:■ e. aWBra! PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY P.E. Staff Offers Kids Recreation The Women's Gym will be filled with children this summer, instead of college students. A summer recreation program is being conducted for the children of uni- versity faculty, staff and students. The program, originated by Ron Blatch- ley, director of student activities, offers supervised physical education and recrea- tion for the children. A $2 enrollment fee was required for the approximately 200 children signed up for the summer pro- gram Activities include indoor bowling, shuf- fleboard, tumbling, basketball, volleyball and related indoor sports. The recreation staff rotates the children in their activi- ties to maintain interest. Jack Montgomery, one of the staff mem- bers, said that they are not interested in regular attendance by the children, allowing for family vacations and camps, but that they are only concerned with the children once they are at the gym. When the children registered, parents wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1971

The North Texas Daily 54TH YEAR NO. 109 Formerly The Campus Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JUNE 24.1971 li lo l> i * * * ■ * &4 * i !' v' * ♦ *■' < • * ♦ * ♦ * i • * 3 Rides, Popcorn, Adventure. . . These are just a few of the things underprivileged Den- ton children experienced when a group of Ex-Marines escorted them to Six Flags last Sunday. From left, Ex- Marines Bob Wilburn, Denton sophomore, J. D. Green, Paradise junior, Bob Schaefers, Dallas senior, and Jim Stanfield, San Francisco, Calif, sophomore, accompany these youngsters. —Photo by David Bell News Capsules Dean Seeks New Plan For Vocational Education A new master's program in vocational education in conjunction with East Texas State University (ETSU) is being planned. However, approval is being sought so the program may start next fall. Dr. Robert B. Toulouse, dean of the Graduate School, said Monday. Dr. Toulouse said it would be a Federa- tion Program with ETSU if approved by the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1971

-v- r-T i I i PAQI 1—TH1 NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily 64th Ymt North Twit Stat* University Denton. Twit ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office KARA LEE SELMAN Editor SHARI SHAW 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. Hierarchy Changes Vice-Presidents Appear Qualified Everything appears to be shaping up for the Aug. 1 arrival of President- elect C.C. (Jitter) Nolen and his two newly appointed vice-presidents. In a business-like manner Nolen has toppled the former administrative hierarchy. The move is a little risky since the top three administrators will be relatively unfamiliar with North Texas. But even though Nolen is taking chances, the men he has chosen as replacements evidently possess the quali- fications for the jobs. Dr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1971

t - < ' • I :! § i Thursday, June 24,1971 Goldovsky Leads Opera Workshop The personal approach of "bringing opera to life" which has endeared Boris Goldovsky to opera students and Tans for over 30 years was conveyed to an audience of 120 persons in the Music Recital Hall Tuesday night. A reception followed in Room 103 of the Music Building. Goldovsky listed three elements which apply to "the language of music in opera." Imitation, analogy and association were illustrated with musical examples to show what fascinating reali- zations can be found in combination with the visual and aural elements of opera pro- duction. Goldovsky believes the future American opera lies with "the fascination of the young with music and opera." He also said the greatest American contribution to the art has been "producing opera per- formers who are good musicians, singers and actors." Because unique and complex demands are made on opera singers, he continued, "it is a wonderful realization that we have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1971

:< • ■ ^ . T I ' PAQI4—TH1 NORTH TEXAS DAILY Inexpensive Recreation Available "Evidently, few people have discovered the 'secret door'," Don Hughes, Student Activities Union (SAU) president, said. "But the ones who do," he added, "are able to save themselves money." The "secret door" tucked away on the first floor of the Union Building leads to a well-equipped recreation room. "We checked, and we have the cheapest rate for our pool tables and ping-pong equipment," Hughes said. "So, it's ridicu- lous for a student to go somewhere else. Besides, when he uses our facilities, the money is plowed right back into the UB." Hourly rates for the equipment are 50 cents per person for pool, and 25 cents per person for ping-pong. Many students may not be aware that the recreation room was moved to the base- ment, because it used to be located on the third floor, Ron Blatchley, director of stu- dent activities, said. The room was closed a few days for re- painting at the beginning of the summ...

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

«UM tatMOM* "4 it! ; i * « f \i> > 4 ■i i t H ► ) North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 110 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 1. 1971 j Smith Considers Cauble as Regent It was thought that Rex Cauble, Denton rancher, might he the first Denton County resident appointed to the North Texas Board of Regents. Cauble was among about six residents considered lor the job, and he was most likely to be appointed by Gov. Preston Smith, the Denton Record-Chronicle re- ported Sunday. Sen. Ralph Hall of Rockwall introduced a bill requesting that the restriction barring Denton County residents from serving on the board be lifted. The restriction was re- pealed by the legislature last month. However, the bill does not allow more than one regent to live in the same sena- torial district. Carroll Sullivant, a member of the Board of Regents, is from Gaines- ville which is in the same senatorial district as Denton, and his term doe...

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

PAGE 4—THB NORTH TlXAt DAILY Honor Roll Shows Increase Over Past Years Either students are getting smarter or there's just more of them, because 965 made the spring Honor Roll compared with only 819 in 1970 and 912 in the spring of 1969. The list released by the Registrar's Office this week showed 194 had perfect 4.0 aver- ages this spring compared with 128 in 1970. This year, 771 made the 3.5 (high B) Honor Roll. The figure in 1970 was 691. Those having 4.0 averages are: ABBOTT-FORREST Priscilla W. Abbott, Emmett E. Ahrens Jr., Cheryl Akst, Catherine M. Anderson, John Louis Anderson, Betty Armstrong, Ronald Davidson Ash, Linda Baker, Elaine Bardas, Diana Ann Barto, Linda Susan Bassham, Sharon Kay Bassham, Daniel James Beadle, Jacqueline F. Benning, Leonard Wayne Benton, Harold Berkley, Patsy Blankenship, William Ernst Bonds, John Ross Boulware, Deborah Bryant, Dennis Charles Bush, Joyce Fay Buttrill, Patricia K. Caldwell, Martin Caperton, Joseph Robert Capps, Nancy Jane Capps, Jani...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1971

The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 111 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 8. 1971 •3 i v -{ IIIMIIIIIIIMIHIMIIIMIIMIMHIMIIIMIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIIMMIIIHIMIIIIIIMMIIIUIHIIIIV News Capsules ItlllMIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIItllllllllllllllMIMIHHMIillllMMMIIIMHIIIIIIIHMIIIIIIIMHIIIIIHIIIH Panhellenic To Sponsor Freshman Activities Mart The Panhellenic Council will sponsor an "Activities Mart" encompassing all campus organizations beginning Thursday during freshmen orientation. "The purpose is to let freshmen know what kind of outside activities there are on the North Texas campus," Kathy Rowe, Panhellenic representative, said. All North Texas organizations are in- vited to participate, she said. They will be able to have separate rooms where they can display materials concerning their organizations. A representative from each organization will be present to answer questions. Miss Rowe asked that any campus or- ganization ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1971

PAQI 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 8,1971 The North Texas Daily MthYMr North TlUI Stat* University Denton, Taxas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office KARA LEE SELMAN Editor SHARI SHAW 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. Voting Rights Students Given Chance To Vote Hip, Hip, Hooray! Eighteen-year-olds can vote—and 19- and 20-year- olds, too. Ohio ratified the 26th Amendment on June 30 giving the necessary three- fourths ratification of the amendment. "Some 11 million young men and women who have participated in the life of our nation through their work, their studies and their sacrifices for its defense are now fully included in the electoral process of our country," President Nixon observed. Texas had previously ratified the a...

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