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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1971

Thursday. August 12,1971 THE NOf « y. i I I i M « % ■ < f$ I fi Pledge Rules Change As Rush Approaches As the fall semester approaches, Greeks prepare to meet returning students with new fraternity procedures. Applications for fall rush are being taken from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Monday and Thursday during Freshman Orientation. Represen- tatives are stationed in Room 145 of the Maple Street Dormitory to meet appli- cants. "WE'RE TRYING to contact pledges, but we can't approach them during orien- tation except during the 10 free orienta- tion periods," Michael Dwyer, president of the Intrafraternity Council, said. "There will be an informal rush through- out the fall semester which differs from the 'old type' in that fraternity members go out to meet students rather than having them come to the fraternities. "After people sign up for rush, we will send a list of the names to the fraternities and they will approach individuals at their Denton addresses," Dwyer said. Each fraternity will de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1971

i m ' Iff k PAQE4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. August 12,1971 Fashions for Fall To Reflect Individuality Thiirsday Andrea Bailey, Denton junior, left, thinks a velour hot pants jumpsuit and long-sleeve blouse, accented by opaque hose, a perfect outfit for fall class- es. Vicki Gage, Denton sophomore, right, is excited to find knickers, pot- holder sweater vests and suede lace-up boots an "in" fashion for fall. (Fash-, ions courtesy of Shoe Shack ) ■ j Window shopping for fall fashions is fun for Joyce Robert, Houston freshman, far left, and Diane Hudson. Fort Worth senior. Joyce wears flared wool slacks with a potholder vest over a skinny rib sweater. Diane finds a long sleeve jersey dress with a fitted waist- line and low V-neck, a per- fect fashion to wear with clogs. (Fashions courtesy of Ellen's) John Alsup, Abilene senior, and Lalo Ponce, Denton senior, far right, say that the tradi- tional blazer in stripes and plaids are right for fall. Flared double knit slacks and wide t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1971

* 1 i rsday. August 12,1971 • Yer'C >ays Papers Uneventful By JOE CUMMINGS Daily Reporter The Pentagon Papers will not affect the voting behavior as far as party alle- giance is concerned. Dr. Jerry Yeric of the political science faculty said recently. Dr. Yeric, who specializes in American political behavior, feels that the papers will not be a key issue in the I972 elections for the following reasons: • The Pentagon Papers really did not reveal anything new but simply confirmed what the public had felt for some time. Dr. Yeric cited an October I969 Gallup Poll that revealed that 58 per cent of those polled felt that we should not have gotten involved in Vietnam. • The major issue in 1972 will probably be the shape of the nation's economy. Next in importance could be the credibility gap or the domestic situation related to unrest. The most important part of the Pentagon Papers was the Supreme Court decision on freedom of the press as stated in the first amendment to the Constitu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 August 1971

BPP;* PAGES—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. August 12.19 I Expert Warns Consumeri .1: , V . <• , V. . -v % -v. f w - 1 tysSSSfi ' <<<■L' r ' 22—73—Hike With the beginning of football season only weeks away, several Eagles have already started to prepare Ken O'Neill Alice junior, (left) and Clyde Hebert, Houston junior, brush up on some of their techniques. As a young bride selects her earthenware pattern for her new home, she may be buying a set of dishes that contains lead, which is poisonous. This is just one example of the hazardous products that is on the market today as pointed out by Mrs. Hazel Wallace of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). MRS. WALLACE spoke to the Health Education Workshop last Thursday on "Quackery and Hazardous Products." The workshop is under the direction of Ira DeFoor of the health, physical education and recreation faculty. "The Food and Drug Administration is a phantom friend and does work on your behalf," Mrs. Wallace said. "There hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1971

Campus Changes Over Summer Months Students returning after a summer's ab- sence are finding a lot of changes in the school they left just three months ago. New buildings have replaced vacant lots and parts of Avenue A have been trans- formed into a pedestrian mall. Probably the most significant change ol the summer came August 2 when C.C. (Jit- ter) Nolen assumed the duties of univer- sity president Nolen replaced John L. Carter, acting president, who resumed duties as vice-president for fiscal affairs. NOLEN CAME TO North Texas from TCU where he had served since 1968 as vice-chancellor for development Since his nomination to the post in May Nolen has made numerous changes in adminis- trative personnel, including the naming of two new vice-presidents. They are Dr. Gus- tave A. Ferre who replaced Dr. James J. Spurlock as vice-president for academic affairs and Dr. Kollin Sininger who re- placed William C. l.indley as vice-presi- dent for student affairs. Dr. James Rogers, vice-presid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1971

PA PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday. August 31.1971 DIALOGUE: C. C. (Jitter) Nolen DAILY: What do you sec as the major problems confronting the president of this university? NOLEN: 1 see one major problem in the area of just open communications. From my discussions with students it is apparent that not only do some students at least feel that we need more communication between students and administration, but also between students and among students. At an Aug. 2 student breakfast we tried to obtain a representative cross section of students. One person pointed out that as soon as the group arrived, it immediately broke into three or four subgroups because they knew each other and they didn't mix too well themselves. And incoming Student Government Association (SGA) president Wes Spiegel was quick to point out that it was clear that the students had some communicating to do among themselves. So I would say that that's one thing that we have to do. I know that my big job, rather ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1971

iiatday. August 31.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 be fy? Ick lie. a lis per Iso led :ir |°f Jbe Ins Vt "8 ik it, lot I |m lie at the Varsity Shop Slacks, Short Sleeve Shirt, Tank Tops & Many Other Items 125 Ave A HIS & HERS BOUTIQUE 119 Ave A We've Put It All Together To Welcome You Back! 'A Price Sale And At Both Shops See Our New Fall Knits ! Just Arrived at the His & Hers Boutique Hot pants, dresses, slack suits and tops |u- :h Ins 1 If ay en ^umancHsu CbJLu le | to I 1 |ng las Ire |ng }y- JC^u/ Stqiw Greeks Iri- sh F° cy fie Ito Int let lo- Ive ill St. Is. le % See our eleotlo^ of- SmVle Iter** c ^er j v NTSU Imprinted Toutels Now 5* Prices are Frozen VS or ih or h- *fyo OS UNIVERSITY STORE V 1

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1971

LrZ v '' v:'"' ''yfmmu::' if" '. '".I ■' , t ,vfr ;•>•••' W(5 s ; v>.'"•" - [W ' - ■ i PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Campus Scene Blind Ask for Readers Anyone interested in reading class assign- ments to a blind student is asked to come by and register in the Commission for the Blind Office, according to FRANKLIN JOHNSON, director. Approximately a dozen students will need readers, said Johnson. The blind students will meet with the students and work out their hours for reading. EACH READER will be paid SI.25 an hour, although the reader may volunteer to read without pay. "The person can read free but the pay is not coming out of the blind student's pockets," said Johnson. The readers are paid through federal and state funds, 80 per cent of which are federal and 20 per cent state funds, Johnson said. THE PURPOSE of the Commission is to provide counseling and guidance for the blind student in the areas of major selec- tion, getting jobs after graduation and any personal problems....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1971

Tuesday. August 31. 1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Jls th jhc I to H £ MM Crippled Eagles Prepare For Cotton Bowl Debut Breathless Trainer T C (Skippy) Cox, left, administers aid to Eagle quarterback Phil Shotland, injured in Saturday's scrim mage Shotland, knocked breathless when he fell on the After 71 Grid Seasons ball, returned to action a few moments later. The Eagles came out of the scrimmage without any serious injuries, despite hot, humid weather —Photo by Larry Reese Bradley Braves Call It Quits PEORIA, ILL. It's a little sad now, later on it may become just a bit spooky, but more than likely it will eventually con- vey nothing more than nostalgia. Already it is a daily reminder of things that were and might have been. "It" is a football practice field set on a bluff overlooking an Interstate highway. It is named Meinen Field. John Ivan Meinen went to Bradley Uni- versity and was probably one of the best linemen to have ever played for the Braves He was on the staff for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 August 1971

pgjjl PAQie—THI NORTH TlXAt DAILY f Twwii1;! >: *y. ■ ■ '.-1 ■' i " y w?<::'$ , i&yjfeasii wm % JgS ' ■ mMm ' . ,• i * AHMk ■ ,. ! • V... ■SOT stm Tuesday. August 31.1971 B USED & NEW TEXTBOOKS I SUPPLIES FOR ALL COURSES Self-Service Textbooks Check Cashing Service Art Materials Study Aids Music Drafting Equipment- Slide Rules Writing Papers Greeting Cards Gym Clothes Athletic Gear Paperbacks by the Score Room Supplies & Study Lamps Maps and Globes Gifts Galore Sweatshirts Free Customer Parking Serving North Texas State 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. 3 DISTINCTIVE GIFT CENTERS VOERTMAN'S 1314 W OAK / DENTON CENTER / 1419 OAKLAND 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 unusu...

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

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1971 NEWS CAPS Dr. Ferre Announces New Faculty Members Dr. Gustave Ferre, vice-president for academic affairs, announced 46 new faculty members for the 1971 -72 academic year Tuesday. The new appointments and their depart- ments are: • Art Dr. Donald Jack Davis, Mrs. Alberta Elizabeth Marzan, Dr. Edward I . Muttil and Douglas Jonathan Wichman. • Business administration -Charles M. hosier Jr , John Hugh Thornton and Terrie Edward Troxel. • Computer science Thomas Carl Irby and Dr. Dan W. Scott. • Education Dr. John Richard Dettre, Dr. Terrell Paul Dilley, Dr. E. Douglas Norton, Dr. Rollin A. Sininger and Miss Bobbie Wilborn. • English Dr. Cora Eiland Hicks. • Geography Dr. Gabriel Philip Curti. • History Dr. Jim Pearson and Stewart Dean Smith. • Home economics Dr. Elette S. Estrada. • Journalism Dr. Tae Guk Kim. • library and information sciences Miss Drueilla Mutely. • Mathemati...

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

JM M PAQC 2—THi NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, Saptambar 1,1971 The North Texas Daily 6Bth Year North Taxaa Stata University Oanton, Taxaa Greek System Faces Many Perils ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office MIKE WHITEHEAD Editor DICK FISCHER 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. The North Texas Daily Staff Boh. 5297. NT Station. Denton. Taxaa 76203 PACEMAKER 5 TIMES Southwestern Journaiiam Congress Telephone 387 -4611. extension 364 ALL-AMERICAN 64 TIMES Page Editors KARA LEE SEL.MAN news MICHEL HIATT news ELLEN MOORE editorials DAVID LEWIS editorials associate JEAN ANN JUNGMAN amusements SHARON MOORE amusements assoc The North Tarns Daily. R1ud«nt newspaper ol North Texas State University, is published deilv Tuesdey through Friday during...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 September 1971

w J I fl -1 1 H Wadnsaday, Saptambar 1,1971 DASH Plan Schedules Applications Applications for the Denton-After- School-Help (DASH) program will be taken beginning Sept. IS at the United Center, the Baptist Student Union at North Texas and the Oakland Ave. Center at TWU. The program is sponsored by a North Texas faculty and student advisory com- mittee, with representatives from Denton churches and the Denton public schools. This year's chairman is Mrs. Leonard Benson. In the past, tutors tried to be more of a friend to their students, building their self- confidence, then they tried to actually aca- demically tutor them in their coursework. Now, expecially on the junior high level, students will be tutored in such areas as math and English. As a result of this, speciality tutors are needed in many academic areas. Black students, especially males, are in great demand. Ken Shamblin, member of the DASH Board of Directors, said that any interested student may volunteer for a tutorial po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 September 1971

SSW -; m: C>' ■% BEST BUY IN TOWN $1 69 Large 18 oz. Porterhouse Steak Served With Salad, French Fries, Or Baked Potato And Hot Rolls Open 6 a m to 8 p.m 1122 Ft. Worth Dr. Closed Sunday Special Good After 4 p.m. Mon. 8 31 Thru Sat 9 4 ■ ■ s s s s s • ■ : ■ ■ E a ® I 5 Q) V) N n ® _ - -3 £ x ~ 3 *• ~ ~ O £ E 2 £ a. c 2 N o E • None g Z O O & | 5 o 1 U s .2 « .E £ £ © U SS= it ■o *i c </> <0 E w ui 5. « Z </) o fc- O CM ° O O 5 OS o 1 : 8 ■ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Intramurals Offer Action, Participation It isn't as hectic as registration, but Room 112 of the Men's Building is bus- tling with activity as the intramural pro- gram gets underway for another year. Participation in 20 activities including team, individual and dual, and coed sports will be conducted in three leagues for men this year. "Last year we added cross coun- try and horseshoe," Dr. Don Bailey, intra- mural director, said. "Last year we had 300 more students than the previous year, and we look...

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

' The North Texas Daily is 55TH YEAR NO. 3 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1971 :ally I :eks I the Guess Who Showed Up At Dinner? President C.C. (Jitter) Nolen attended a special dinner at McConnell Hall Wednes- day night, using the time to come in direct contact with students. Richard (ieer, director of housing, Miss Carol Swinburn, associate dean of stu- dents; Mrs. Barbara Jungjohan, assistant dean of students; a d Dr. Joseph Dameron of the education faculty also attended the dinner. Dr Dameron spoke briefly to the group on human relations. He said one of the important things in living is "the willing- ness to try" to help each other. Directing a statement to Nolen, Dr. Dameron said, "It really bothers me. Presi- dent Nolen, that as we live, we don't com- municate. We confront. It seems to me a shame we have to live this way." Nolen didn't speak at the dinner, but took the opportunity to talk with students at his table. After the dinner, two stu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 September 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY > l 1*4 fTjAM fAfcHO k E Vr.'.v-v;,/ Thursday, September 2. 1971 Swenson Asks Answer of Connolly Ml Larry Teafatiller's reaction to the cost of education was typical of most students'. Increases in textbook prices cut deeply into some stu- dent budgets as the fall term began. In Violation Editor Criticizes Price Increase Swede Swenson, manager of the University Store, said he was shocked to learn that a complaint had been filed alleging an increase in the store's textbook prices, violating the Nixon wage-price freeze order. Swenson should indeed be shocked. The University Store has raised prices so often in the past, he probably thought that students would not question another raise because such increases are a common practice each year. One student, however, decided to question the store's recent hike in text- book prices. Mrs. Mitzi Walsh, a Dallas junior, filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) after she claimed she was charged $8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 September 1971

I Thursday, September 2,1971 THE NOf h HIIMIIliilllMMINIIHINMtMlNMIHIMItlHIIIIItlHMMMIMMIIINUDHKIIIMUMIMIIMIi ISSUE 'MlMMMHMIHMIIMHMMHMIHMlHMMMilHMIMIIllMiMlll 'HHHHHHIHiMMMMHIHHtHlliMHMtMNMMMMMNNMMIMMN Carter Explains Hike in ID Card Price; Extra Money To Pay Added Expenses Labor Day Idea David Howard and Viki Stone get an early start on the Labor Day weekend with this picnic. The two found a secluded spot on campus, took off their shoes and dug in to their feast—mainly Doritos and Cokes Many students are expected to take trips to area lakes during the three day holiday EDITOR'S NOTE: "Issue" is a new weekly column appearing in the Daily this semester to provide answers to student or faculty questions concerning any facet of campus life. Anyone having such a question is asked to either mail it to the Daily or bring a written copy by the Daily Office, Room 104 of the Journalism Building. Op- tions must be signed, but names will be with- held upon request. The new question-and- answe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 September 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Sx. Track Tapes Reg 6 98 $5.25 Anniversary and we're Throwing A Sale Start. Sept. 2nd Till Sat. 11th. Come Register For Free Prizes Factory Men Will Be Present Sat. 4th only LP Records Reg List 5 98 $4.65 Reg 4 98 $3.25 SONY TAPE 10% off MUSIC SUPPLIES 20% off -(0°^ Let's Make A Deal On A New Stereo System TODAY *°% 9> ' 'le ^est Is Cheapest In The Lifetime Come heor the new JBL Century NOW IN STOCK the . . mini > N < QC u <D < CC 00 UJ I Come to our place and hear the new f JBL Century. It's just like the compact monitor they make for recording studios and then some. R ADIO T. V. STEREO* ANTENNA CB* SUPPLIES NO 1 617 SUNSET CENTER PHONE 817 387 4400 DENTON. TEXAS 76201 ELECTRONICS ,NC IORTH BEXAS NO 2 1816 MONROE ST. PHONE 214 886 3300 COMMERCE, TEXAS 75428 SONY PORTABLE TV Looking for a portable black and white TV that's mini in size but maxi in performance? One that's always in fashion—at home, at the beach, on the highway or on the wat...

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

. H , Thursday, September 2, 1971 Campus Scene THE NOF ' ii-3 kGE6 mi Professor To Start Flying Organization A NEW organization for all flying buffs on campus, including students, faculty and staff, is being organized under the direction of Dr. Richard Gallian of the education faculty. The new club, the North Texas Hying Association, will hold monthly meetings to promote the education and safety of flying. He said the group will get speakers from the Federal Aviation Administration to speak on various aspects of Hying safety. Traffic controllers from l.ove Field in Dallas and Mcacham f ield in Fort Worth will also explain the problems they face. Dr. Gallian said the organization has worked out a deal with the Denton Munici- pal Airport and that his group could save beginning ll>ers as much as $200 starting out. Dues for the clubs will be $6 a month. Applications for membership in the or- ganization are available from Dr. Gallian in the Education Building. A $3,00(1 department ass...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 September 1971

IT PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ;1 ■mmum 'Eph' for Effort Ephriam McDaniel, 6-5, 205 pound center from Charlotte, N C., stretches for this shot during informal workouts at Men's Gym Willie Gandy, 6-3, 19(H>ound guard-forward from Rockford. III., attempts to defend. The Eagle cagers are working on their own preparing for the Oct. 1 5 starting date. —Photo by Bill White Graduate Coach College Action Fits Hendricks' Ideals Bv CARTER CROMWELL Special Writer Emmett Hendricks leaned back in his chair and stared at the ceiling for a mo- ment, looking every bit like a barber or grocery store manager. Then he spoke in his soft Louisiana drawl. "Yeah," he said, "I guess ever since I can remember all I've wanted to do is coach basketball. I can't recall ever having an- other ambition. That's why I'm here at North Texas to do graduate work and learn as much about coaching at the col- legiate level as possible." HENDRICKS, a clean-cut, slightly built man, is serving this season as a grad- uat...

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