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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1971

Thursday. July 8.1971 Graham To Return To Teaching Post Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, dean of the School of Music, has announced the return of a veteran music educator, Floyd " 'Fes- sor" Graham, to the faculty. He will teach Music Literature 204 for nonmajors during the second summer semes- ter and again this fall. " 'Fessor" Graham's association with the school began in 1927 when he became direc- tor of the band and orchestra. He organized the Aces of Collegeland, a stageband for students which was the featured organiza- tion of his Saturday Night Stage Show from 1929 until the spring of 1961. Besides being a "favorite of the stu- dents," the music literature course is "an important part of the program," Dr. Cuth- bert said. Graham's "personable approach and wit" helps him to make music meaning- ful to the class. Dr. Cuthbert continued. "There is no limit to the number of stu- dents that will be accepted," he said. Dr. Cuthbert also pointed to Graham's influence and guidance which led to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 July 1971

- -ir- '« ■ •■■ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS OAILY 'V. ;• Hmt .IW 1 Thursday. July 8.1971 Coaches Finish Recruit Season Strength... Balance... Skill... Noah To Retire Aug. 14 By ROGER STAGNER Daily Reporter Track Coach Winton E. (Pop) Noah will retire Aug. 14 ending a career in athletics which has spanned almost half a century. "He has had one of the most distin- guished careers of anyone who has been active in coaching in Texas at either the high school or collegiate level," Rod Rust, athletic director, said. "The accomplish- ments of both his team and individual per- formance is extensive." Since announcing his retirement in February, the 69- year-old Noah has been honored on numerous occasions, including recognition as one of 12 Yucca Honor Professors. Awards have been presented to him by the Denton Sports Association, UT-Austin and Drake Uni- versity. He has attended banquets given in his behalf by the physical education de- partment and former students, and he has also been made an h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1971

The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat ■■m 64TH YEAR NO. 112 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971 Miss Texas Prepares For Atlantic City Trip By JANA JONES Daily Reporter Janice Bain, San Antonio junior, will lead a busy schedule as she prepares for the September Miss America Pageant, where she hopes to follow the footsteps of a for- mer North Texas student, Phyllis George. The new Miss Texas said she plans to "sleep, shop and thin down" in preparation for the Miss America Pageant. "I've gained a few pounds during the Miss Texas Pageant," she said during a press conference Sunday. She said she plans to continue the diet she has been on for three months. The 21-year-old music student said she followed the example set by Miss George, the current Miss America. "She tried again after being Miss Denton and wasn't afraid to enter the pageant again. She set the example for me," Miss Bain said. MISS BAIN, who was Miss Denton I970, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1971

-P -IT.'.' ■■■ ■■■" ■ PAQ8 S—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 16,1971 Thuri The North Texas Daily MttlYMT North Tub* State University Dsnton. Tsxss ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Machine Helps Fight Disease Biology, Chemistry Faculties Use $35,000 Gift 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 Provision Legislature Limits 18-Year-Old Vote Well, our wonderful state legislature has done it again. They have struck at the younger generation while applauding themselves for their liberal stand. Texas was not the last state to ratify the 18-year-old voting amendment to the Constitution but in passing it they managed to add a provision which limits persons under 21 to voting in their parents' hometown...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1971

1 h Thursday, July 16,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAi Nolens Redecorate Home Students Help Plan Changes Mansion Redecoration Five home economics majors have earned class credit for assisting Mrs. C.C. (Jitter) Nolen in decorating her new home at 1930 Eagle Drive. Students working with a scale model of the president's home are Mrs. Dorothy Watts, Texarkana senior; Mrs. Mary Jane Rothacker. Fort Worth senior; Mrs. Linda Viles, Grapevine senior; Mrs. Louise Clark, Lakeview graduate student and Mrs. Ann Crum, Fort Worth senior. By LINDA MARTIN Daily Reporter Mrs. C.C. (Jitter) Nolen hopes to develop a "community spirit" in her new home, the university-owned presidential mansion at I930 Eagle Drive. Initially her plans include complete re- decoration of the two-story white structure. "I want the house to serve everything that makes up a university community," Mrs. Nolen said. "I want it to be a home that other people in the community have had a part in." WITH THIS goal in mind, she ap- pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 July 1971

^ — vm -<r MM Thursday, July 16,1971 TH TIXAS DAILY ^st Opposes NCAA Proposal By ROGER STAGNER Daily Reporter Athletic Director Rod Rust is opposed to the neea-basis formula for determining financial help for athletes, which is part of a new proposal submitted by an NCAA fi- nancial aids committee. Collegiate athletics "is a performance- oriented subculture and it ought to be kept that way," Rust said this week, explaining that the athletes should be rewarded on the basis of their athletic performance rather than the financial status of their families. THE NCAA proposal includes major changes in scholarship grants and recruiting procedures to limit the amount of money spent on college athletics. Should the proposal be adopted by the association, member schools would be re- stricted to awarding no more than 30 foot- ball scholarships per year. The amount of each scholarship would be determined by the individual needs of the athletes. To keep the need-basis formula uniform, the NCA...

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

r * The North Texas Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 113 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 22. 1971 I *' V I 1 Long And Short Of It Elaine McLendon, 5 feet 11 '/it, stands a head over photographer Roy Bray, 5 feet 5. Miss McLendon, Carrollton senior, is back on the North Texas campus after being crowned Miss Tall Universe last week. When asked if it was a disadvantage being tall, Miss McLendon said, "I really don't know of any except in finding shoes." Elaine McLendon Coed Wins Title In Seattle Pageant Elaine McLcndon, 5-foot-11 Vi Caroll- ton senior recently named Miss Tall Uni- verse, says height presents few problems for her. "People always assume there are dis- advantages to being tall. I really don't know of any except maybe in finding shoes. It has never created problems for me," she said Monday after her return to the campus. M iss McLendon was one of 16 girls, ranging in height from 5-I0 to 6-4, from U.S. Tip Topper Clubs ...

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

PAGE 2-—THK NORTH TiXAS DAILY 64th Year Thursday, July 22.1971 The North Texas Daily North Taxaa Stata Univarsity Oanton. Taxaa ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office SHARI SHAW Business Manager Night Jobs Mean School Days Hitting Books by Day, Stacking Bricks by Night KARA LEE SELMAN Editor 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. State Law Archaic Laws Complicate Abortion Picture In Texas when a single girl becomes pregnant she usually has two choices: marriage or give the child up for adoption. Texas has not seen fit to revise its abortion laws. It is still illegal for a woman to have an abortion in Texas. Because of the antiquated laws of this state many women must go to Mex- ico for an unsafe abortion. Sanitary conditions are virtually unknown there. If...

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

W . 4 i- (: I Thursday, July 22,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Cheerleaders Pursue New, Improved Spirit North Texas cheerleaders will discover new methods of raising spirit on campus when they attend the summer cheerleading school at SMU Aug. 8-13. "We're really going to try hard this year and come up with a bunch of new ideas to make the spirit greater at North Texas," Becky Cauley, Dallas sophomore, said. MISS CAULEY said some new ideas are: • To go by the dorms before the spirit rallies and urge the students to attend. • To have spirit rallies at Fouts Field. • To urge greater participation from the sororities and fraternities. "We're going to try to give awards to the organizations that help most in raising spirit," she said. The cheerleaders will attend the third cheerleading school which is "supposed to be the hardest," according to Miss Cau- ley. "Schools all over the nation will be there and we'll be competing against them." Campus Scene The competition will consist of th...

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

I>AQE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 1 . • V5® *-v .■ <Wft: ! •'■ ■ ■ f-Jn • AV''""" ' ;": ■' :>" < 1 w m-wMev- mm m Sun Fun Hw^Swvtw • ' na ' ' >?>' ^!.v„, Thursday. July 22.1971 Wo men's P.E. Softball Added To Curriculum By CAROL ANN SMITH Daily Reporter Three changes are due in the fall cur- riculum for women's sports. Intramural and extramural bowling and golf have been deleted and softball has been added. Golf and bowling will be excluded for at least one year or until more students show interest in the two sports, Miss Nancye Hood of the physical education faculty said. Softball will be in the curriculum for at least one year and will be continued if the sport is popular. Tryouts for the softball team will be held during the first week of the fall semester. Signs will be posted during registration with information about the team and who to con- tact in the women's physical education department for information. Dates for future tournaments were also decided this summ...

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

>71 The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat TH YEAR NO. 114 NORTH TEXAS 8TATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 29. 1971 * * NEWS CAPS Assistant Coach Dies In McKinney Hospital Funeral services were held Wednesday for Norman Charles Walton, 33, former high school track coach at Plainview and Decatur who was to be assistant track coach at North Texas this fall. Walton died of a heart attack Monday afternoon at Collin Memorial Hospital in McKinney after being taken there from his home in Frisco. A 1961 graduate of North Texas, Walton was to be assistant to new track coach Carl Babcock while working toward his master's degree and serving as a teaching assistant in the physical education depart- ment. Walton and his family had moved to Frisco two weeks ago where his wife was to teach homemaking in the Frisco schools this fall while he commuted to North Texas. Finished Directory Arrives For Alumni Association Dr. Wayne Adams of the Alumni Office sai...

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

' :«t ■ «nui ■. ■ ■ i.■.&*** PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 29, The North Texas Daily B4th Ymi North Twu Stat* Univarsity Danton, Taxai I ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office Zimmerman Studies Pack Rats Instructor Searches for Chromosome Defects 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. 12-Week Session Summer Terms Hinder Students Summer school is really an ineffective part of the college educational sys- tem. Students and faculty members are rushed through two five-week semes- ters, omitting important information and cramming like mad to cover what they can. A single 12-week summer school session would be much more beneficial to both students and faculty. Students could take a regular load...

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

■ W Pwlm i7l (. July 29. 1971 jrdas resents echnique Resident Pianist Stefan Bardas will pre- sent a lecture-recital featuring the develop- ment of the Romantic piano technique >t 8:15 p.m. tonight. The program, "Musical Imagination and Pianistic Realities," will be held in the Music Recital Hall. "If beautiful music says something to a person, then a little background can cause a person to love it even more," Bardas said in anticipation of the program. His first selection, "Rondo Brillante" by Carl Maria von Weber, pianistically bridges the gap from Classical Mozart to Romantic Chopin. Following the development of Romantic technique, he will also play "Twelve Etudes, Op. 10" by Frederic Chopin. Bardas calls the final selection, "Car- naval" by Robert Schumann, "one of the most typical pieces of descriptive music." Resident pianist at North Texas since 1954, Bardas has had an extensive concert career in Europe and the United States as a soloist with major symphony orchestras. He ...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Dunlap To Compete In All-Star Gridiron -v •• ; i '/i 1 if.,, .1T •• W.. < * ■ . I ' '• ■ '" 1 fitffi-' . JIPnK % Thursday, July 29.1i Leonard Dunlap, former North Texas football thief, (he swiped 13 passes from opposing quarterbacks during his Eagle career) Friday night will find himself on the opposite side of the line from his future teammates in the College All-Star Game. Dunlap will be wearing the uniform of the College All- Stars as they battle with the world cham- pion Baltimore Colts, who drafted him in the first round of the pro draft last winter. He will be given the task of covering such formidable receivers as Roy Jefferson, Ray Perkins DUNLAP and John Mackey. Tossing to them will be old pro Johnny Unitas. A good showing in this game would give Dunlap an added plus in the eyes of the Baltimore coaching staff and the added confidence could be big factors when he reports to the Colt training camp in an effort to gain a starting position. Dunl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1971

The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat ITH YEAR NO. 115 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. AUGUST 5. 1971 olen Assumes Office s Carter Steps Down By J AN A JONES Daily Reporter C.C. (Jitter) Nolen began his term as university president Monday, as John L. Carter resumed the office of vice-presi- dent for fiscal affairs, ending his job as acting president. Nolen's first day began with a 7:30 a.m. breakfast in Marquis Hall with a represen- tative cross-section of students, Mrs. Liz Rhodes, his secretary, said. Following the breakfast, Nolen met with Wes Spiegel, Port Arthur junior and new student body president, about "just anything and every- thing, getting background, ideas and atti- tudes," Mrs. Rhodes said. A staff meeting was next on the agenda. A luncheon for deans and assistant deans followed in Marquis Hall. Mrs. Rhodes said the luncheon was "quite lung" and the purpose of it was "getting to know" the deans and assistant deans. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1971

Psl PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY • I Thursday. August 5,1971 African Violets Brighten Dean's Office Green Thumb of Dr. Toulouse Visible in Administration Building THE Flower Power Dr. Robert B. Toulouse, dean of the Graduate School, sits surrounded by some of the 31 African violet plants he keeps in his office. The dean also grows many different tropical plants in his yard and the greenhouse he built himself. The North Texas Daily 54th Year North Taxas Stata 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. 'ark Proposed Gunter Protests As Thicket Dies Virginia has Mt. Trashmore and Texas has the Big Thicket. Both are posing big challenges for conservati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1971

THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 I j t I Singers To Give Summer Program The Summer Opera Theater and Sum- mer Chorus will present a joint program tonight at 8:15 in the Music Recital Hall. The Summer Opera Theater, directed by Dr. Edward Baird of the music faculty, will perform Act 1 from Samuel Barber's "Vanessa" for which Barber won the Pul- itzer Prize for music in 1958. The contemporary opera has been de- scribed as melodramatic and at times neu- rotic, compelling for its dark moods and What's Happening All#. 5 HI 5 pm Summer Opera Theater and Summer Cho- rus. Music Recital Hall Aug. ft 7:3U p m Children's Theater. "Witching Time", Uni- versity Theatre, presented through Aug 9 including2pm matinees Aug. 7. Aug 8 8 15 p.m. Charlcie Davis graduate organ recital. Main Auditorium Aug. 9 8 p.m. SAU Movie "Viva Max." BA 116 Aug. 10 8:15 p m Summer Concert Band. Music Recital Hall 8:15 pm Open Theatre Experiment. "The Serpent" and "Viet Rock" directed by Mildred Pev- eto. Studio Theatre Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 August 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Rust, Fry To Confer On Contract North Texas and SMU may reach an agreement on a four-year football series this week. Head Coach Rod Rust and SMU Coach Hayden Fry are due to confer on contract terms in Fort Worth as a side- light to the annual coaches clinic being held there this week. Games would be played in 1974, 1976, 1977 and 1979. Site of the four games would be Texas Stadium. Reports are that SMU is to be given a 5100,000 guarantee for the 1974 meeting and $75,000 guarantee for each of the re- maining three games. SMU would be the third major college to agree to games with North Texas this summer. Kansas and Oklahoma State have previously been added to the list of non- conference opponents. North Texas is in the process of upgrad- ing its schedule and many other colleges have been contacted. Possible opponents that have been mentioned are Houston. Miami of Florida, Louisiana State, Florida and Baylor. The dominant factor in getting major schools on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1971

i- i i The North Texas Daily Weekly Summer Edition—Formerly The Campus Chat 54TH YEAR NO. 116 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. AUGUST 12. 1971 I i i I a y i \ Aug. 26 Starts New Semester Aug. 26 will be the first day of registration for the fall semester. Continuing through Aug. 28, fall registration will be conducted according to alphabetical listings included in the Schedule of Classes Bulletins which are avail- able in the Registrar's Officc in the Administration Building. Students whose last names begin with the letters Mao-Uo will register Aug. 26, Up-Ech Aug. 27 and Eci-Man Aug. 28. Classes begin Aug. 30, but students wishing to register late or make a schedule change may do so until the Sept. 4 dead- line. Following is the alphabetical listing for student registration for the fall semester: THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 lig Those Statistics 8 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m. 9:30a.m. 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11 a.m. 11:30a.m. Noon 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m 2:30 p m. 3 p.m. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1971

PAGE 2-—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 12,1971 Industrial Arts Field Attracts Women Increasing Number of Females Enter Former All-Male Domain By LINDA MARTIN Daily Reporter A woman in a power mechanics course may seem unusual, but it is not unheard of in the industrial arts (I A) program. Mrs. Madeline Sitzes, a Paradise junior IA major, is only the third woman Dr. R. W. Thornton of the 1A faculty has had in the course in eight years. The IA field is becoming increasingly attractive, but the influx of women into it is only part of the explanation for its growing popularity, IA faculty members report. INDUSTRIAL ARTS, literally defined as the arts used in industry, is predomi- nantly a man's world, but several women majors join the men in sharing their enthu- siam for the field. Mrs. Sitzes became interested in IA after she saw the courses listed in the catalog. She said she had always liked art Greasemonkey? Mrs. Madeline Sitzes, Paradise junior and former airline stewardess...

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