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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1977

Friday. April 1. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 Concert Ticket Sales Continue For Weather Report, DiMeola Photo by STEVE DENNIE Crafts Sale The North Texas Craft Guild's crafts sale will continue today in the Speech and Drama Building Mall. Outakes Tickets for the Sunday night perfor- mance of Weather Report and Al DiMeola, nationally known jazz artists, will be on sale today from II a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Union Ticket Office. The show will begin at 8 p.m Sunday in the Main Auditorium. Tickets are also available at all Sound Warehouse locations in the Denton, Dallas, and Fort Worth areas. Tickets are $5 general admission. No reserved scats are available. Since its formation in 1970, Weather Report has recorded seven albums. The group's music centers on jazz, but con- tains elements of rock, funk, and clas- sical music. The band released its most recent album, "Heavy Weather," on Columbia Records. Members of the group include Wayne Shorter, tenor and soprano sax- ophone; Josef Za...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1977

I'-f — • - .- <•••• • y\'fj - — ■ A , WW ■ ' ■ • w* ' 1 PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Texas A&M Serves NT 6-3 Loss By PHIL ROGERS Daily Reporter Coach Casey Moore said his tennis team continued to show improvement Thursday, despite a 6-3 loss to Texas A&M in a match played at the Men's Courts. Moore called the loss "another good, consistent showing all-around." In a match played Feb. 4, A&M swamped NT 8-1, with NT winning only one singles match. THIS TIME the netters won two singles and one doubles match, with two i-*, of the losses going three sets. The loss to , A&M leaves the Mean Green with an 8- - • r .-•* 10 record in dual matches. St. Petersburg, Fla., freshman Gary Olsen took the No. I singles for NT, downing Tom Courson 6-4, 7-6. In the No. 4 singles, Brad Richison, Tulsa junior, bested Mike Moss 6-3, 7-5. Friday, April 1, 1977 w'rf':'1 ' ..ST* Streaking Eagles To Face TWC Today in Cowtown Photo by JIM WITHERSPOON Catcher Dave Coleman . . . scrambles for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 April 1977

Voter Turnout Disturbs Student Candidates J « J* [if" M f j m \ i \ By DARRELL GOOLSBEE, Daily Reporter "We gave a party and no one came," Bill Williams, Denton senior, said Monday, looking back at the results of Saturday's city council elections. Richard Ray, Denton graduate student, the other student who ran for a spot on the council, had a similar reaction. "I'm disappointed more stu- dents didn't vote," he sLi.d, adding his estimates showed a student turnout of only 300, or less than 4 per cent of approximately 8,000 registered. "The Record-Chronicle played up my opponents, and I didn't have much name recognition," Ray said. "Dut I should have a good shot at next See related story, Page Two. year. The candidate forums, while they didn't have much effect on the out- come, were attended by local political activists, and their response was favorable." Williams said, "Some issues were brought up that might not have been otherwise." He added the new council is made up primarily of bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 5, 1977 s 2 ■ An Editorial Word Power Increases DNA Debate Merits Study /n Dictionary Rendezvous A debate exists within the nation's scientific community over a breakthrough that has been compared in importance with the invention of the microscope. The technology, understandably con- troversial, involves DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), the very building block of life. Through "recombi- nant DNA," scientists have for the past five years been able to mix genes from any two living organisms on earth. Two-and-a-half days of discussions at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington last month brought nationwide attention to the topic. Predictably, reactions ranged from one extreme to the other. It is certainly true that tampering with DNA is potentially more dangerous than the invention of the microscope; unless, as one writer suggested, the microscope were used as a blunt weapon by a deranged medical student. But the hopes that drive scientis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 April 1977

8 if i * I • I \ f / j \ i ■ 'V i ♦ ! ♦ f * t « ♦ , ,% \ t "JLIUIJEWSHSI Tuesday, April 5, 1977 - • ~.v4:y,.T35^■ •• THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Lab Bands' Concert Will Honor the Late Jerry Gray Last Minute Changes Photo by CHARLIE COLE Fort Worth senior Robert Allan, right, makes notations in his chart while, left to right, Sequin senior Randy Zimmerman, Cordelle, Ga., junior Keith Adkins and Fort Worth junior Robert Allen play in rehearsal for tonight's Lab Bands'Spring Concert. The concert is at 8 in the Coliseum. The concert will feature all nine lab bands. Tickets are $1 in advance from the University Union Ticket Office for students, faculty and staff. General public admission and tickets at the door are $2. Outakes Students To Perform Odeion Reading An Odeion Reading Hour, a literary interpretation by NT students, will be performed today at 4 p.m. in the Speech and Drama Building Forum Room. The students will perform a short group interpretation of "An Exaltation of Larks or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 April 1977

n- ■ 1 ■ w® PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Blood Registration Commences Today Tuesday, April 5, 1977 By MARK L. STALLS Daily Reporter The NT "Gift of Life" charity blood drive will take pledges for blood dona- tions today and Wednesday, Lynn Roberson, chairman of the NT charity blood drive, said. DONATION DAYS will be April 20, and April 21, in the Silver Eagle Suite of the University Union, she said. Four locations will be available on campus to pledge: the Wooten Hall Courtyard; between the Psychology Building and the Information Science Building; the mall in front of the Art Building; and the north entrance of the University Union. "The response to last semester's blood drive was so good that we have set our goal at obtaining at least 1200 pledges for donation this spring," the Denton senior said. MISS ROBERSON said all students, faculty and staff are urged to sign up for donations to the charity blood drive on Tuesday and Wednesday. Donations, however, will be accepted on Donor's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 April 1977

i ; \ , \ * v • f (i . i < <- > i > I \ \ * Tuesday, April 5, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Daily Takes Second At Journalism Meet Journalism students from NTSU received four first-place awards, five se- conds and a third in competition with 16 other schools at the Southwestern Jour- nalism Congress in Commerce over the past weekend. North Texas finished second in the sweepstakes competition to UT-Austin. Other schools in order of their finishes were East Texas, UT-Arlington, A&M, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Houston, Arkansas, SMU, TCU, Baylor, Central Oklahoma State and Oklahoma. Hardin-Simmons, LSU and TWIJ also are members. First-place winners from North Texas Parents, Staff To Give Annual 1Spring Feast' Spring Feast is the annual meeting for parents of children enrolled at the Center for Behavioral Studies and the staff. On April 29, parents are invited to a morning demonstration of children's programs at the center from 9 to 11 a.m., Dr. Dan O'Banion, program...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 April 1977

PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 5, 1977 Fry Extols NT's Grid Fireworks Offensive fireworks highlighted the Mean Green's scrimmage Saturday at Fouts Field as quarterback Ken Washington and running back Mike Jones provided most of the sparks. Washington showed his passing prowess by completing 21 of 32 attempts for 349 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. Complimenting Washington's aerial attack was Jones, who picked up 124 yards and one TD on 25 carries. In the three scrimmages this spring Jones has rushed for 424 yards on 77 carries, averaging 5.5 yards per try. The potency of his offense had Ctifcch Hayden Fry bursting with enthusiasm. "This is the best spring training since I've been here," Fry said after the workout. "The total offensive effort was outstanding. Even the second offensive unit looked good." Jeff Brown led pass receivers with six catches for 105 yards, Charles Murray was credited with three receptions for 69 yards, and Tim Loftin grabbed three ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 97 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1977 4- \ Blood Drive Enrollment To Continue By MARK L. STALLS Daily Reporter Enrollment for the Gift of Life blood drive will continue today from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at four locations on campus, Lynn Roberson, blood drive chairman said Tuesday. Sign-up tables will be at Wooten Hall Courtyard, staffed by the Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight; between the Psychology Building and the Informa- tion Science Building, staffed by Alpha Chi Sigma and the NT Rehabilitation Association; the mall in front of the Art Building, staffed by Phi Chi Theta and Phi Epsilon Omicron; and the north entrance of the University Union, staffed by the Green Jackets and Talons. Donation days will be April 20-21 in the Silver Eagle Room of the University Union. "We have signed up approximately 300 pledges for donations," Miss Roberson said Tuesday, "and hope to triple that number on Wednesday." "The important...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Regents Should End Housing Requirement The last of the antiquated college regulations is struggling for a merciful death. Bill Brienza, Denton graduate student, is fighting a one-man battle to grant the dormitory residency requirement the death it so justly deserves. Failing to find a sponsor in the Texas Legislature, Brienza is turning to the Board of Regents to perform the euthanasia. The regents, however, have a history of conser- vativism. It is unlikely that they will set this im- portant precedent on their own initiative. Last fall, when the regents decided to forbid beer and wine on campus, public outcry forced reversal of the decision. It is again time for stu- dents to make the regents respond to change. Most students no longer need the university to function as a parent. The survey quoted by Jim Peterson, NT housing director, does not support claims that student housing provides a better overall education. The high drop-out rate of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1977

11 ! / : v t i > -1- T .i. -v *! I I '#.n Wednesday. April 6. 1977 Black Art Traces Roots Exhibit Narrates Centuries of History By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Daily Reporter Following on :lie heels of Alex Haley's "Roots" is an exhibit of works by Black-American artists at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. It is an historic and educational ex- hibit, and unlike many other exhibits, the names of the artists are not well known. The exhibit, "Two Centuries of Black- American Art," traces the Black- American artists from the crafts of anonymous slaves to the works of con- temporary artists. A 15-MINUTE slide show accom- panies the free exhibit which will be on display through May 15. The slide show narration explains how Africans, brought to America as slaves, altered their art to please the tastes of White Americans. White Americans wanted Freud, Holmes, Watson Unravel Addiction Case Movie Review By NANCY COCHRAN Amusements Editor Universale production of the Sherlock Holmes-Sigmuno Freud myste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1977

I PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY * Wednesday. April 6. 1977 Bloom in' Business Photot by PATTI HALL Members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon spring pledge class plant flowers in the planters at the Mall in front of the Speech and Drama Building. From left, Bruce Noller, David Ward and Steve Franklin (above) till the ground in preparation to plant geraniums. TACT Sponsors April Workshop By CAROL STEWART Dally Reporter The Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT) will sponsor a workshop on women in higher educa- tion April 16 at 9:30 a.m. in the Univer- sity Union 411. Schedules Available Companies Begin Interviews By SHERI WORTHY Daily Reporter Industrial representatives will inter- view Monday through April 13 in the Career Planning and Placement Office, University Union 320, according to John Brooks, director. Seniors, graduate students and alumni interested in business, industrial and governmental careers may attend. Those interested in being interviewed must sign a company interview s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1977

i 1 if i I 1 I t / I- f U Wednesday. April 6. 1977 Exhibits Aid Authenticity In Education The Canadian Consulate's Houses of Parliments exhibit, displayed in the Library during March, illustrated one aspect of international education at NTSU. Georgia Nachtman, public affairs of- ficer of the Canadian Consulate in Dal- las, visited NT last week and talked with Dr. Fred Koestler, director of inter- national education, about the inter- national education program. The program includes services and ac- tivities for international students, plans for studies in other countries for American students and faculty members and the coordination of exhibits such as the Houses of Parliament one, Dr. Koestler said. The Canadian exhibit is used as a stepping stone in promoting Canadian studies, Miss Nachtman said. "The consulate protects and promotes Canadian interests and fosters under- standing between the United States and Canada," she said. The different areas in which the con- sulate works are ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1977

PAGE 6 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I Wednesday. April 6, 1977 Iron Pumping Schedule Keeps Californian Fit By MYLES TAYLOR Special Writer Mark Wadkins .strains against the weights in his daily workout Photo by CINDY SPURGEON He bends over, takes a deep breath, picks up the weight and then returns to a standing position, redfaced, with veins seemingly popping out all over his body. Grunting, he throws his back, keeping his arms straight, then returns the weight to the floor. He does this eight times, the strained look increases in intensity each time. The weightlifter rests for a minute, takes a few deep breaths and soon is standing again over the 300 pound weight getting ready for another set, another eight repetitions. That is Mark Wadkins, 23-year- old senior from California, who lifts for the Weightlifting Club. The dead lift is one of the key lifts in powerlifting, which Wadkins specializes in. This exer- cise is part of a two-hour workout that takes place six times a week at 2 p.m. i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1977

I' •"flu < The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 98 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1977 Newscaps **i f t * T 4 t 1} i \ 7 PIO Releases Summer Schedule Master List Copies of the summer schedule of classes are available at nine locations on the campus for use by students, Deborah Palmer of the Public Information Office, which handles the distribution, said Wednesday. Publication of the schedules for general distribution is slated for mid-May. At that time, copies will be available to students. Three master copies can be examined at the Information Center on the first floor of the Administration Building. Another is available at the Information Desk on the first floor of the Library. Other master lists may be examined at these locations: The dean of arts and science's office, Room 203, Information Sciences Building; the Administration Suite, Room 125, Business Administration Building; dean's office, School of Community Services, Room 257, Oak Street Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 7, 1977 An Editorial NTTN Provides Experience The North Texas Television Network (NTTN) serves the university community daily, but is seldom recognized for this service. NTTN began operation in the spring of 1976 to provide an information network for the Univer- sity Union and an educational instrument for radio-TV-film majors and others interested in television media. The network is sponsored by the Student Ac- tivities Union (SAU) and the radio-TV-film department, furnishes the studio facilities and time for the newscasts and other programs. Work for NTTN provides students with ex- perience to put on job resumes. Those who work for the network find the experience to be worthwhile and rewarding—a true learning ex- perience. Newscasts, the main production of the network, are televised Mondays through Fridays from 12:30 to 12:40 p.m. Regular NTTN production begins at 11 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. Students operate all the equipment—from camera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1977

Thursday, April 7, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 T 1 h \ * i i t <1 i if t ft * * r Dancer Continues Push For Growth of Arts Throughout America By JEAN TUITE Special Writer George Skibine, director of the Dallas Civic Ballet, and former NT dance instructor once considered by critics to be the greatest romantic dancer of his generation, has many hopes for the growth of dance and all the arts in America. This quiet man, who has enter- tained royalty, prime ministers and presidents, becomes very talkative when speaking on the growth of the arts. Skibine appears hopeful with regard to his dreams for the arts in America, as he sits casually in his usual practice attire of a white golf shirt and black stretch pants. "Dance has increased in popularity in past years in the United States, particularly in Texas," he said, "even though dance has always been pop- ular in the Southwest." Despite this growth in popularity, Skibine said that an even greater emphasis on dance and all the art...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1977

Sin 4* I - PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. April 7, 1977 I! m Business School To Offer New Real Estate Degree Signature Support Photo by BARRY BLUM Charlie Perkins, Waskom junior, signs a petition in the University Union to support manpower. The petition is being sponsored by the Black Coalition to aid the Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America, Inc., a national manpower organiza- tion. The petition will be sent to President Carter. Center Aids Handicapped NT Provides Tests, Training for Disabled By IRENE LOPEZ Daily Reporter Many- handicapped persons throughout Texas are receiving career help from the Vocational Evaluation Division of the Center for Rehabilitation Studies. "The Rehabilitation Council of Texas refers many disabled persons to us for two-week evaluation services," Dr. Clinton O. Wainright, director of the center, said. THROUGH VARIOUS skills tests, the disabled are evaluated and given vocational training to help them re-enter the mainstream of soci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1977

Thursday, April 7, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 V V •V/ 1 > ♦ 1 '\ \ I > 1* . / < • - Night School Aids Nurses In Education Health Center nurses are going to school. Even though the registered nurses at the Health Center have completed their regular schooling, they have now almost completed a comprehensive course en- titled "Basic Concepts in Physical As- sessment of the Adult." The course, which is part of the Health Center's in-service continuing education program, is being taught through the TWU nursing center in Dal- las. The course began last September and five of the Health Center nurses completed the course during the fall semester. Five others are still enrolled in the course which will end in May. The course requires the nurses to spend three hours a week each Wednes- day night at the Dallas center. The pur- pose of the course is to enable the nurses to give a complete physical examination and be aware of the symptoms and signs of diseases of those they examin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1977

pi;. PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY flPV-, Ken Washington (left) and Ken Smith (right), both ju- niors, are gunning for NT's top quarterback position. Ranks Team ,\ *4 r.r4 ?•.> m Thursday. April 7, 1§77 Inj uries Thin Of NT Track Arm Race $ By BOB GRACE Daily Reporter Oklahoma is the heavy favorite in the Jacobs Relays Saturday in Norman, Okla., Track Coach John McKenzie said Monday. In addition to NT and Oklahoma, Nebraska, Arkansas, SMU, TCU and UT-Arlington will participate in the meet. The events will start at 1 p.m. McKenzie, who was studying films of a past meet in his office Monday, said film is usually only helpful in analyzing "high technique events" in track. Conse- quently, film is usually restricted to the pole-vault, discus, high jump, long jump and high hurdles. "But sometimes we use it on the 440 relay for (studying) handoffs," he said. McKenzie said film also enables him to show an athlete what he is doing wrong rather than just telling him. "It also helps me see w...

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