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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 99 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY. APRIL 12. 1977 r • i U. S. Captures Vessels Inside Boundary Line BOSTON (AP)—The Coast Guard brought a Russian fishing trawler in- to Boston Harbor Monday and control- led a second Russian vessel at sea as the United States warned that continued violation of its new 200-mile fishing limit could hurt relations with the Soviet Union. The rusty, gray and white trawler Taras Shevchenko arrived under escort and flying the American flag, a sign of seizure, at the Coast Guard base Mon- day morning. The U.S. attorney's office took pos- session of the boat as soon as the armed Coast Guard cutter escorted it into the harbor. Lawyers from the U.S. at- torney's office immediately began check- ing the ship's catch and records. Meanwhile, the Antanas Snechkus, a refrigerated transport ship, was ordered to go to Boston after a Coast Guard in- spection team said it found seven species of prohibited fish in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1977

' ..; mhtmrnummwrnmi Plr PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 12, 1977 An Editorial Facilities Hamper Concert Progress is being made toward having the kind of entertainment a lot of people seem to want at this school. On April 2, Weather Report performed in the Main Auditorium before a packed house. The response to the concert was great. That's exactly what we need if NT is to compete with the metroplex schools in bringing good acts to the area. One of the biggest problems we face is promoters are afraid to invest in big-name con- certs here because they don't know what to expect from the university or the students. We have had no big shows in the past to assure promoters that a concert would make money here. Big bands ccst big money (around $30,000) to promote. The risk ef an unproven location seems tremendous to the people who invest their money. Another problem is the facilities at NT. The Main Auditorium is hardly the place to hold a large concert. The power available the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1977

Tuesday, April 12, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ' 1' 0' < >| <1 > 1) IV. I 'I •*,i f Kf Dance Theatre Presents Choreography Variations Dance Theatre of the Southwest Photo by CHARLIE COLE The Dance Theatre of the Southwest, the NT resi- dent dance company, gives its first performance in two years tonight and Wednesday at 8:15 in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. Dickie Ar- nold, left, and Diane Gregg are featured along with Sandi Combest and Dana Krotzer in original choreographed dances. Admission is $2.50 for the general public and $1 for students. By IRENE LOPEZ Daily Reporter Dance Theatre of the Southwest will present its first performance in two years today and Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. Ad- mission is $2.50 for the general public and $1 for students. The company has been in residency at NT for four years. Dancers in the com- pany are Sandi Combest, Dickie Arnold, Diane Gregg and Dana Krotzer. "This will be a very ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 12, 1977 Crisis Center Offers Aid To Emotionally Disturbed Photo by DAVE E. PATTON This Is How It's Done Sally Daniel, Denton senior, demonstrates how to put oil in a car for her demonstrations techniques course in home economics. Nancy Luscombe, center, of the home economics faculty and the class watch as Miss Daniel performs one of the four demonstrations required for course credit. By JOANNA BOSTWICK Daily Reporter Suicide prevention, gay counseling and wife beating are just a few of the matters that the Denton Area Crisis Center (DACC) is concerned with, Cindy Martin, Denton junior and DACC volunteer, said. DACC is a United Way Agency that was started last summer to deal with community problems, Ms. Martin said. Dr. Norma S. Gilbert of the TWU history and government faculty is the director of the DACC. The organization, housed in Flow Hospital, has a 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. telephone line (387-4357) which takes calls and offers assistance, mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1977

* * Tuesday, April 12, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 1 Last Leg As students return from Easter vacation, finals will be approaching soon. Susan Sexton, Corpus Christi sophomore, has begun studying in the One O'Clock Lounge for her finals. Director Urges Aid For Nation's Elderly Photo by NANCY MARSHALL Business, Speech and Drama Summer Preregistration Begins Preregistration for summer sessions will be held for all speech communica- tions and drama courses today through April 29 in the Speech and Drama building. Preregistration is not limited'to ma- jors, Dr. Willard Jacquot of the speech, communications and drama faculty said. Counselors will be available to help if a student has any questions concerning a course, he said. "This is an opportunity that we hope quite a few students will take advantage of," Dr. Jacquot said. Pre-enrollment is underway for courses in the College of Business Ad- ministration, according to Associate Dean Henry Hays. Dr. Hays said students with a ten- t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1977

' ... ... ; . ...... PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Photo by TERRY WOOTCN Flying Long jumper Aron Donnell shows the form that carried him 22-9 for second place in the Jacobs Relays. Donnell leaped 6-9 to take se- cond in the high jump. Tuesday. April 12, 1977 NT Tracksters Take Fourth Place With Improved Team Showing By BOB GRACE Dally Reporter NT's track team turned in its best per- formance of the year Saturday with a fourth-place finish in the Jacobs Relays in Norman, Okla. NT took fourth place with 62 points behind Oklahoma, 189; Nebraska, 92 !6; and Arkansas, 70. The 440-relay team finished second with a time of 41.1 which tied the school record. Bill Burton, Willie Love, Marvin Baker, and J.T. Hollins made up the team, THE MILE relay team of Baker, Alvin Crenshaw, Greg Gallagher and Ken Jackson took fifth place by posting a time of 3:18.5 Jackson also placed fifth in the 110- meter high hurdles with a 14.4. Baker tied his season's best effort in the 100- meter dash at 10.6 for a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1977

.'\ v\, ■ The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 100 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1977 *1 > Senate Faces Degree Study The Faculty Senate will meet today at 2 p.m. to discuss University Curriculum Committee recom- mendations to change requirements in the Bachelor of Arts program for geography majors, Bachelor of Science program in medical technology and to create See related story, Page Four a new major of rehabilitation studies in the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences program. The senate is scheduled to discuss whether to amend Article IV of the Faculty Senate bylaws. If the article is amended, it would remove the Faculty Senate's responsibility for approving University Cur- riculum Committee actions on undergraduate courses, programs and degrees, Dr. Cliff Hardy, Faculty Senate chairman, said Monday. "If this were to pass, it would remove from the senate the one most important function—the work we do in the area of graduate matters and curric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1977

KM PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 13, 1977 Nonunion Labor Influences Campus Construction Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of articles concerning labor unions and their effect on the university and the student. By JOHN MARCHESE, Daily Reporter Organized labor, it is said, possesses power beyond its numbers. The way in which unions wield power often has a direct effect on the individual. The student is no exception. Unions can affect academic and social life, dictate the prices for goods and services and influence where a student works. They can affect what he does and how much he is paid, both before and after graduation. In Texas, union membership is below the national average and unions enjoy a much less favorable political and economic status. Still, labor unions in- fluence North Texas State University. Dr. Elvis Stephens of the business faculty said union influence on campus is as pronounced as the noise of cranes, saws and cement mixers that accompan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1977

Wednesday, April 13, 1977 in ♦ ill", • M > b Animated 'Wizards' Shines Magic Defeats Technology in Fantasy By NANCY COCHRAN Amusements Editor On ;c in awhile a unique movie comes along which delights audiences by its freshness and individuality. Such a movie is the animated fantasy "Wizards," by Ralph Bakshi, creator of "Fritz the Cat." "Wizards" is a must for all fantasy and science fiction lovers, who will be excited to learn that Bakshi is now work- ing on an animated version of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings." The current fantasy film, which was shown at the USA Film Festival in Dal- las a few weeks ago to a sold-out audience, opened at the Village Theatre in Dallas last week. Film Festival viewers were more interested in the "Rings" trilogy than in "Wizards" when they questioned Bakshi after the show. But "Wizards" is a dramatic change in style and content from Bakshi's earlier films, which also include "Heavy Traffic" and "Coonskin." The characters are interesting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. April 13, 1977 Air Force ROTC Recruiting Drive Stresses Quality in New Cadets By CAROLYN CLARK Daily Reporter Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) enroll- ment time has arrived and recruiting prospects are better than ever, according to Capt. Dave Hughes of the aerospace studies faculty. In the fall of 1975, the NT detachment was on probation and faced possible ter- mination because not enough students were enrolled in the program. An all-out recruiting effort produced enough new cadets to keep the program alive, but only a small percentage stayed. "WE ARE being more selective now. This detachment, and AFROTC in Kosmic Jazz Orchestra rfll SAU Will Host Concert 'fitp. m Photo hy ELISE KNOX Meter Jack Besides taking the money of students, faculty and visitors to the campus, parking meters occasionally play the role of trash cans. This meter is at Prairie and Welch streets. The Kosmic Jazz Orchestra will pre- sent a free concert in The Lyceum tonight at 8, sp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1977

I < ft I I 1 Wednesday, April 13. 1977 TWU Marks President's Installation TWU will celebrate its 76th homecoming along with a presidential inauguration Friday and Saturday. Dr. Mary Evelyn Huey will be in- augurated as the university's seventh president at a convocation at 10 a.m. Friday. Dr. Huey has served as acting presi- dent since the death of TWU's sixth president, Dr. John Guinn. She was named president Aug. 19 by TWU regents. The inauguration will begin at 9:45 a.m. with an address by Dr. John Hal- lowell of Duke University. Dr. Hal- lowell was Dr. Huey's major professor for her thesis at Duke. After the inauguration, Dr. Huey will receive visitors in the Art Building. A luncheon will follow in Hubbard Hall at 12:30 p.m. The inaugural convocation will con- clude with a gala at 7:30 p.m. in the Old Student Union Building. The gala will include a reception, dance program and musical program, Music will be provided by the university's music department and the TWU orchestra. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1977

i•«.' >rraf V.- • ■ BHHHH '.. • • : ', jBfcj '"• ■ Wednesday. April 13, 1977 w* v..' SS a-' PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Hitting, Pitching Power NT To Doubleheader Victories I 4H Headin' Home Photo by BOBBY REHM Center fielder Billy Huber rounds third and heads for the plate to score one of NT's 13 runs in the second game against Baptist Christian. Huber scored on a passed ball in the third inning of the first contest as NT won 1-0 on a three-hitter by Steve Harris. By PHIL ROGERS Daily Reporter What a difference a couple of days can make. At least that's the way it seems with NT's baseball club. The club received solid performances on the mound, at the plate, and in the field Tuesday, as it roared past the Baptist Christian War- riors in a pair of games, 1-0 and 13-5. It was only Saturday that little-known Augustana College took advantage of inefficiences in all three of those depart- ments to bury the Green. But those weaknesses were gone Tuesday. "We've been playing like Jekyl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1977

:IW | , < II It 1 Til Committee Explains Budget Action By NILA DUNAWAY, Staff Writer The Student Service Fee (SSF) Committee released recommedations and supporting statements Tuesday for the proposed 1977-78 budget, which severely slashed budgets in some departments and provided large gains in others. The following summarizations are SSF Committee remarks justifying their proposals. • Men's Athletics—cut $40,000: did not submit a budget by the pre- scribed deadline nor did they see fit to submit a written budget at any time. Funds to be allocated for men's athletics at $390,000. Any additional fund- ing should come from increased development funds, and either a student ad- mission charge of $1 for football games and 50 cents for basketball games or an increase of an additional $1 in health service fees per long semester and 50 cents per summer session. • Women's Athletics—gain of $40,000: recommended fund allocation is to be $120,000. If any additional funds are accrued as stated...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 14, 1977 1 An Editorial Are Endorsements Fair? Last fall, when The Daily staff printed political endorsements for the local and national races, a controversy arose over whether a student news- paper that is funded partially by student service fees could make endorsements. The Daily stopped publication of the editorials in the midst of con- troversy. The question was never completely settled, but when a court ruling decided in favor of the student newspaper at UT-Austin, The Daily Texan, The Daily began printing its endorsements again. Th n action caused a thunder of protest from some stu- dents and a few polictical candidates. But the furor died down. Then, this semester The Daily ran polictical en- dorsements for the city council races. Again, the criticism. The Daily staff considers the controversy a sim- ple question of freedom of the press. Even student newspapers are protected under the First Amend- ment and therefore they cannot be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1977

1 Thursday, April 14. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Choir To Present Concert Women's Chorus Performs Tonight By KATHY HANSEN Daily Reporter The Women's Chorus, conducted by Clark Dugger, Miami, Okla., graduate student, will give a free concert tonight at 8:15 in the Music Recital Hall, Dug- ger said Wednesday. A story in Wednesday's Daily er- v roneously stated that the concert would , be Tuesday. The 65-member chorus will sing selec- tions by Johannes Brahams, Claude Debussy, Zoltan Kodaly, Jack Beeson and Igor Stravinsky. Ad Students To Receive Cash Awards The "Datsun Saves" jingle will probably ring sweetly in the ears of several NT journalism students next week when they receive cash awards for winning first place in the National Datsun Advertising Contest, Miss Ernestine Farr of the journalism faculty said Wednesday. The students, Dallas senior Monte Warren, Dallas junior Karen Rich and Roxanne Cothern, an NT alumnus, will receive a $100 award for their entry on Datsun's Ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 14, 1977 Dr. Cimbolic Says Testing Center Needs Better Student Availability Scenic Sketching Photo by NANCY MARSHALL Roanoke freshman Anita Sharp, left, leans over her sketch pad In concentration and Richardson sophomore Suzanne Gouger sits amid scattered supplies while sketching the University Union's architecture during their art lab for a Drawing II class. Dr. Pete Cimbolic came to NT to ac- cept the directorship of the Counseling and Testing Center because he saw that it had room to grow and direction to take. Dr. Cimbolic accepted the position of director of the center last September and began to make changes in the structure and programs of the center. ONE OF the major changes Dr. Cim- bolic made was to put more emphasis on the developmental aspect of counseling and less on the treatment of problems. By developmental, Dr. Cimbolic said he means the curbing of future trauma by reaching people who exhibit even a mild interest in a cer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1977

Thursday, April 14, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 ■ NT Debaters xDrive' To Winning Record By KIM ERNST Daily Reporter Traveling 97,000 miles happens to be a lot when you're a full-time student and your round-trip ticket is lor a car instead of a jet. But that's the debate team's usual means of travel to weekend tourna- ments. This year the debate team has roiled to Washington, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, according to Don Brownlee, debate coach. "AFTER OUR tournaments are over for the year, we take the distance to and from each state that we've visited, mul- tiply the miles for each person who par- ticipates and then add up the total. We've figured out that the NT debate team has traveled a sum total of 97,000 Judge Cave Calls Mistrial In Davis Case FORT WORTH (A P)—Citing jury misconduct and acting with "reluctance and regret," state District Court Judge Tom Cave declared a mistrial Wednes- day in the Cullen Davis murder case. A n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 April 1977

; v ; V* ' \ v w. ;;lfr PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 14, 1977 Mean Green Offense Shines in Scrimmage By JIM POYNER Spec}*' Writer If the Mean Green's offense could duplicate consistently Wednesday's scrimmage performance throughout next season. Head Coach Hayden Fry could no doubt spend all his time in Hawaii, basking in the sun without a worry. Led by quarterback Ken Washington's blitzkrieg aerial attack and slashing gallops by senior running back Mike Jones, the offense performed like a well-tuned racer against both the first- and second-string defenses at Fouts Field. "We let the (second-string) defense stunt awhile for the first time, and the No. I offense still did a fine job," Fry said. At the midpoint of spring training, Jones (165, 6-0) has proven his running success is anything but luck. The 119 yards he accumulated on 20 carries Wednesday puts his rushing average for the four scrimmages so far well above 100 yards. But coaches also eyed No. 1 fullback Walte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

• ; -/-.y The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 102 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1977 4< i ! ■ 1 State Auditors Enter NT Physics Probe By JOHN MARCHESE Daily-Rtptiittr The attorney general's office, working on a "complaint" independent of allega- tions being investigated by University Police, last week ordered state auditors to investigate "the presence or absence of a piece of equipment," in the physics department, an auditor's office spokesman said Thursday. George McNiel of the auditor's office in Austin said his office, working on "detached duty" to the Attorney General's Economic Crime Division, will " erally validate the work that will bt .ie" by Internal Auditor Frank Parks. McNiel would not specify what piece of equipment sparked the Attorney General's order. According to Assis- tant Attorney General David Pace, his office entered the investigation several weeks ago after a call from University Police Chief Robby Robinson. "Chief Robinson fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 15, 1977 An Editorial Students Refuse to Bleed It's a shame. College students, going through the healthiest years of their lives, will not spend 20 minutes of one day to share their health with those who need it so desperately. Those people who may die for what students refuse to donate: a unit of blood. Each spring and fall, the NT Gift of Life blood drive collects blood for the Wadley Research In- stitute and Blood Bank. The blood collected at NT is held in reserve for NT students, faculty members, staff members and their families. The blood not used is given to the Dallas and Fort Worth Chapters of the National Hemophilia Foundation and Leukemia Society. This semester's collection days are Wednesday and Thursday, but if the student body runs true to form, only five per cent will participate in the drive. With such a worthy donation (the pint of blood would sell for approximately $40 in a hospital) so easily accessible to NT students, it ...

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