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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

Friday, April 15, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 1 ! / I « > I 7 f •i ♦ f t i Designers Will Sponsor Tour of Denton Homes By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Dally Reporter Imagine walking through the pages of "Better Homes and Gardens"—smel- ling the flowers in bloom, touching the textured upholstery and maybe even Denton Clubs DOC HOLLIDAY'S- ESQUIRE CLUB— FINAL EXAM- HICKORY CREEK- MEAN GRLEN— MULBERRY- OFFICE CLUB- SILVER DOLLAR- THE PORCH- UN DERDOOS— -Badge, today and Saturday, 9 p m, SI men, ladies free. Disco. Showdown, today, 8:30 p.m., 75 cents. Terry Sasser, Saturday, 8 30 p.m., SO cents -Tom Foolery, today and Satur- day. 8:30 p.m., $1 men, ladies free John NiUinger, today and Sat- urday, 9:30 p.m., $3. Disco. Dee Mocller, today and Satur- day, 9 p.m., S2. Montage, today and Saturday, 9 p.m.. S3 men, S2 ladies; Ace High, Sunday, 9 p.m . SI men. ladies free. Saltlick, Saturday, 9 pm. SO cents. Hugs Henderson, today and Sat- urday, 9 p.m., S3 Campus Calendar Today 1 I5and 10p.m. "M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY AGE 4 Friday, April 15, 1977 Survey Shows Drop In Class Reading Levels By PATRICIA RAMSEY Daily Reporter Seventy-nine per cent of the Texas teachers surveyed by an NT faculty member said too many of their students are reading below their grade levels. The 261 teachers, who identified this as a critical or serious problem in their classrooms, were part of a survey con- ducted last spring by Dr. W.S. Sandefur of the education faculty to discover the major instructional problems in the Texas classroom. His survey was a modification of National Education As- sociation survey conducted in 1972. "This problem is pretty typical of what the nationwide study showed," he said. "The teacher doesn't have to have very many poor readers in her class to have a problem. Two or three reading below their grade level can affect the situation." TWENTY PROBLEMS often of con- cern to teachers were presented in the survey. The teachers were asked to in- dicate whether each of the pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

4' i v • <? \ i 1 > > > • f Friday, April 15, 1977 Office Sets Teaching Interviews Job interviews for seniors, graduate students and alumni interested in educational careers will be held April 25 through 28 in the Career Planning and Placement Office, University Union 320, according to Kay Lewis, associate direc- tor. Those interested in being interviewed must register with the Placement Office and sign the school interview schedule prior to the interview. Interview schedules for the following schools will be available Monday. April 25—San Angclo Independent School District (ISIJ). April 26—Ardmore, Okla., ISD.; Vic- toria ISD; and El Paso ISD.. and Kingsville ISD. April 28—Grand Prairie ISD. THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Cashier Sings Gospel By NANCY E. MARSHALL Special Writer She takes students' money daily, as they grab a quick hamburger or cup of coffee in the Campus Chat. She has a smile for everyone; her "How are you?" and "Thank you" sound sincere. Evanna Godi, one...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

' u C *>' *•'. ppwr MMBWflfpilMilW.'p ' B! H i 9 ■, PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 15, 1977 World Turns More Easily With 'Brother' Nearby "The work! is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning.'' —Ivy Baker Priest If life is like a merry-go-round, Rising Star freshman Clark Smith is try- ing to keep one person from falling off. Smith is "big brother" to 8-year-old Chuck Greer, son of Charlene Greer of Denton. Chuck's father died when Chuck was 3; the child lives with his mother and sister. Smith provides the only male influence he has ever really known. Since November, Smith has been a member of the Denton County chapter of Big Brothers and Sisters of America, Inc., a nonprofit, social welfare organization that serves to find companionship for boys and girls who have only one parent. The Denton office, 525 S. Locust St., is among more than 100 member agencies throughout the United States and Canada. Besides affording him an opport...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

Friday. April 15. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 h* A | I Copeland, Fry View Proposals By VINE HEPTIG Daily Reporter Athletic Director Hayden Fry and Women's Athletic Director Dolores Copeland expressed mixed feelings about the Student Service Fee Commit- tee's recommendations for the 1977-78 athletic budget. The committee recommended that the men's athletic budget be cut from $430,000 to $390,000 and the women's athletic budget be increased from $80,000 to $120,000. "IT REALLY doesn't matter what the Service Fee Committee recommends because the decision is made by the big guys in the administration," Fry said. Women's Director Copeland said, "We are very appreciative of the in- crease and understand the difficulties of making such appropriations. It does give evidence that they are trying to give equal treatment to women." She said she had asked the committee for $183,000 FRY SAID the men's athletics department didn't submit a budget to the fee committee because the financial po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1977

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY PARKS MODEL "B" 10" WOOFER 2" TWEETER FOLGER'S PRICE 200 BAX CHANGER Mfg. List 99.95 ADC CARTRIDGE Mfg. List 85.00 DUST COVER Mfg. List 9.95 BASE Mfg. List 19.95 Mfg. List if purchased separately 214.85 Multi-pale synchronous motor • heavy, die-cast plotter "S" shaped adjustable counter weight tone arm • Gimble arm suspension Stylus wear indicator (CHANGER, CARTRIDGE, BASE & DUST COVER) MODEL 200 BAX ■turntable! 35 watts rms ##11.1570 "RCH.AT8 0HMS 2 ch. receiver folger's price mfg.list m am pqo 399" 1559® TL HARMONIC DISTORTION. 5%, FREQUENCY RESPONSE 20HZ-25KHz, IHF SENSITIVITY 1.8uV, HIGH FILTER, TAPE MONITOR, 6"Hx 19"Wxl5"D, 2 YEAR FACTORY WARRANTY ON PARTS & LABOR. 3 o . cnirrj o f-11-3 n $: ^ ^ ^ O ^00 o u:>. j ; it •: ^ it—J p © w> <p .t w)' .**, Vy w Oiv-fl lll\ ,57, 2 ch. receiver 40 wans rms per ch. at 8 ohms folger's price mfg. list m g ^167 TL HARMONIC DISTORTION. .3% , FREQUENCY RESPONSE (t2dB) 20 Hz-25KHz, IHF SENSITIVITY 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1977

The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 103 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY. APRIL 19. 1977 Election Starts Today; Brienza Files Protest Platform of Bill Brienza and Bill Kills • No more than 50 per cent of the Student Service Fee money should go to athletics. • Provide a total of 5,000 parking spaces by using $10,000 of the Student Service Fund. • Abolish the 60-hour dormitory requirement. • Handball courts should be returned to exclusive student use and beer should be sold at basket- ball games. A concert force should be formed to bring top talent to NT. • A minimum two-year textbook adoption policy should be made to build up stocks of used textbooks. • Eliminate the foreign language requirement. • Seniority, not alphabet roulette, should de- termine order of registration. • Action will be taken to withdraw NT from TSA. By VINCE HEPTIG and TERRY MARTIN Daily Reporters Amidst a last minute mud-slinging session and election complaint, two sets of candidates vie for S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Poverty Figures Reveal Discrepancies Welfare reform will be a top priority in Carter's administration. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Joseph Califano says he will have the outlines of the administration's program by May. A key question in the upcoming debate will be how many people are really poor. A recent report by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) will influence that debate. For the past few years, the number of people living in poverty has been calculated by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, which uses the federal poverty level of $5,500 a year for a family of four and $2,500 for an individual. Last September, the Census Bureau said 10.5 million families and individuals—13.8 per cent of the total population—live in poverty. But the Census Bureau counted actual income; it did not count "in-kind" benefits such as food stamps, Medicare and Medicaid or federal housing as- sistance. The CBO did count this type of aid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1977

• I Tuesday, April 19, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 • • 1 f ■? 'wr Madrigal Singers Present Free Performance Tonight 'God's Favorite' f-nolo by ClNDV SPURQEON "God's Favorite," a dinner theatre sponsored by the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, will be Friday through Sunday at the church. Victoria senior John Bode and Richardson freshman Patricia Tippery play the roles of Joe and Rose Benjamin. The story is a modern version of the story of Job, Dr. Carl Marder of the drama faculty said. Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. By KATHY HANSEN Daily Report? The Madrigal Singers directed by Dr. Robert Ottman of the music faculty, and the Chapel Choir, directed by Dr. Stephen Farish of the music faculty, will present a free concert tonight at 8:15 in the Music Recital Hall. Music from the 16th and 17th cen- turies, along with some contemporary pieces, will be sung by the Madrigals. The program includes "La Volta" by William Byrd, Thomas Morley's "Shoot False Love, I Care Not" and "Non si l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1977

M .• ,' PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Careful Inspection Jamm (Buzz) Miller, physician's assistant, right, checks the eyes of William J. Daniel, Denton By DEBBIE BEDFORD Special Writer Have you ever wondered what to do about that little nick or cut, jammed finger, headache, broken leg or arm, or that never-ending pain? Weil, the Student Health Center, known to most students as the "Infir- Does your present summer employer offer: Travel-Leave Texas? Experience-Flexible to any major? Challenge-Long hours, hard work? Money-$220/wk. for the entire summer? If not, phone 387-3868 Just Good Country Food" Tuesday, April 19, 1977 Human Resource Project To Survey Public Needs graduate student, as part of his duties in the Stu- dent Health Center. By JAMES TERENCE BRENNAN Daily Reporter A survey is underway involving 50 students, two members of the political ■cience faculty and city officials, who are working on a "Comprehensive Plan for Human Resources" project. The survey is designed to coord...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1977

Tuesday. April 19, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 4 A J I '•I t ( * I 1? V" if I f 1 I I n • / } i * # y c / •; * if r n • ' ? Seminar To Give Students Insight Into Classic Authors By JOSEPH MAZZA Daily Reporter A student can gain insight into himself by reading the classics, yet it is possible for an NTSU student to graduate without knowing of great writers like Augustine, Dostoyevsky and Plato. But now the departments of history, English and philosophy have come together to offer an experimental inter- disciplinary seminar entitled, "Great Books of the Western World." The course will be offered in the fall and spring, Dr. Henry Eaton of the history faculty said. It will be a nine- hour course in which the students will attend six formal lectures per week (two by each instructor) and a three-hour dis- cussion session conducted by the three instructors. THE FALL SEMINAR 498 (I), will cover the great books of Western civilization from the Sumerian epics to Shakespeare; the spring ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Jones Runs Three TDs Saturday Running back Mike Jones continued to shine Tor the Mean Green as he sloshed his way through a drizzly, mud- dy Fouts Field for 110 yards on 33 car- ries in the squads Saturday scrimmage. Jones, a junior from Lorainc, scored three touchdowns to lead the Eagles' No. 1 offensive unit in its First meeting of the spring against the No. 1 defense. Jones scored twice against the second defense and his final trip into the end zone climaxed an 80-yard drive against the No. 1 defense. BEFORE SPRING drills began, Head Coach Hayden Fry tagged Jones as the player the Mean Green needed to power its ground game. So far, Jones has lived up to the bill, as he has gained more than 100 yards in each of the Eagles' four spring scrimmages. Fullback Lee Simms was the second leading rusher of the day, as he rambled for 59 yards on 15 trips. "Considering the weather and Field conditions, I thought the offense played well," Fry said. WHILE JONES mud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1977

r i The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 104 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. 1977 \ \ ( I { It 7 « */ i Murray Quits NT, Wins Pulitzer 7 Sat Here in My Office. . . The Sfory Walked Right in' Pulitzer Pride Photo by LARRY BARR Lufkin senior Ernie Murray displays an article about his brother, Joe, managing editor of the Lufkin News, who won a Pulitzer Prize for the paper's work on the story of Lynn McClure. Ernie, who Works part-time at the Denton Record-Chronicle, worked for The News at the time of the investigation. By JOHN MARCHESS Daily Reporter When Joe Murray studied jour- nalism here in I96I he didn't think much of a career in newspapers. He didn't even stay long enough to work with the NT Campus Chat, (the NT student newspaper then). "I just wanted to write short stories," he said. "And I did. I sent a lot of them off and got a lot of them back." After two years of school he drop- ped out. The reason: "A lack of in- itiative and a lack of funds....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1977

*GE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 20, 1977 An Editorial Allocations Prove Unjust In its budget "explanation" last week, the Stu- dent Service Fee Committee (SSFC) complained that it is not taken seriously. What is potentially the strongest arm of student power at NT is laughed at by most of the programs it governs. The SSFC is not taken seriously because it does not deserve to be. The committee fails to make responsible decisions based on objective study. Instead, personal bias-, petty vengeance and lack of muscle in the face of the administration lead to unfair, unjust funding allocations. Men's athletics is cut $40,000 not because it doesn't need the money, but because it was dis- respectful in failing to submit a budget to the com- mittee. A childish sense of punishment seems to determine the committee's allocation decisions. However, even this sense of punishment is un- balanced. The Fine Arts Committee also did not submit a line-item budget. "Without knowledge of spe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1977

:r * I > * (A h •. 41 . i t < ( Wednesday, April 20, 1977 NT 40 Sets Open House For Thursday Persons interested in becoming members of the North Texas 40 are in- vited to an open reception Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Golden Eagle Suite of the University Union. Applica- tions are available at the Administration Building Information Center, Develop- ment Office and University Union Courtyard and should be turned in at the reception. Persons unable to attend the reception should turn in application forms in the Administration Building 310 by 5 p.m. Thursday. The NT 40 is a group of 40 students who serve as hosts and hostesses on behalf of President C.C. Nolen at of- ficial university functions. A grade point average of at least 2.5 is preferred, but any student who will have 60 hours at the beginning of the semester in which membership begins and who has been on campus at least one semester is eligible for membership in the group. From the applications received, screening co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1977

w ■ :.' •;-••_ ' ■ ■ ' ' ' ' - •' Tm lift PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 20, 1977 Newman Club President Provides Spiritual, Administrative Leadership By MARY CANTRELL Staff Writer One senior at NTSU finds fulfillment in his life by working with the Newman Club, a Catholic organization for stu- dents. "It is fulfilling because it provides an opportunity to share your faith, and be- ing president is even more fulfilling because more people look to you for the faith you can share," Brian Brennan of Garland said. Almost every major university in the United States has a Newman Club. In areas with a predominatly Catholic pop- ulations there is a Newman Center— similar to NTSU's Baptist Student Union (BSU) or the United Ministries Center (UMC). BRENNAN, 20, was elected president of the organization last fall and assumed duties in January. He said his tasks are two-fold— spiritual and administrative. His spiritual duty is to lead the organization members in their spiritual de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1977

Wednesday, April 20, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Y i, ♦ X I 1 v it ' y ♦ i f. * ,k i v'r i Association Hosts Picnic, Weiner Roast Thursday Fill'er Up Photo by DAVE E. PATTON By all weather indications summer has arrived, but the swimming pool remains empty. The pool will soon be filled, however, and water will have replaced the leaves by the first summer session. The Texas Public Employees Associa- tion (TPEA) will have its annual picnic and weiner roast Thursday at 7 30 p.m. at the Denton West mobile home park pavillion. Members present at the picnic will be eligible to win one of four $10 cash prizes. The TPEA chapter will furnish drinks, hot dogs, buns and marshmal- lows to members, their families and guests. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, said Mrs. Millie Turner, president of the local chapter. A business meeting will be held at the picnic. Officers will be nominated by the nominating committee. Additional nominations may be made at the picnic, Mrs. Turner said...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1977

THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY PAGE 6 R> §'• V f] 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1977 Fort Worth Slides Past Rugby Club in a mudbuth of a match, the North Texas Rugby Club fell short of victory, losing 9-7 against the Fort Worth Rugby Club in Fort Worth Saturday. NT was scheduled to play SMU, but the game was cancelled because of a mixup. Early action was slow. NT fell behind 9-0 early in the first half and was unable to counter before intermission. In the second half the Mean Green began hitting. Ball-handling, weak in the first half because of the wet weather, improved. Scott McGraw, Garland freshman, put NT on the scoreboard midway through the second half. McGraw took the ball at midfield, put a successful fake on a Fort Worth player and scored on a 60-yard run for NT's only try of the contest. The extra-points attempt was unsuccessful and the Mean Green trailed 9-4. Gil Spruance, Denton graduate stu- dent, added three NT points later in the half to pull NT to within two points of the Fort Wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1977

4 2 > Hughes Receives Second Term By DARRELL GOOLSBEE, Daily Reporter Elinor Hughes, director of NT's areawide community services and continuing education, was voted a second year as mayor, and NT per- sonnel director Joe Mitchell was chosen Denton's mayor pro-tem by close votes in Tuesday's city council meeting. Mrs. Hughes and Mitchell each received three supporting votes— their own and that of Mary Claude Gay, en route to their selections. Councilman Bill Nash voted against the two, while Richard O. Stewart abstained from voting in each case. "I'm enthusiastic about the new year," Mrs. Hughes said Wednes- day. "The council is a diverse group, but I think we can make that diversity work for the people of Denton." Mitchell said, "Being mayor pro-tem is kind of like being vice- president. It's more or less an honorary position. I'm pleased and I'll try to do the best I can." Nash said Mitchell, though not nominated, was interested in the mayoral position and would, in fact, have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1977

spr •' . EE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 21, 1977 Thl An Editorial A Whole New Ball Game The crack of bat against ball. The plop of ball against glove. The traditional sounds of Spring that herald another baseball season. But baseball is changing. The sounds of the game are in transition. The crack of a batted ball is being replaced by the banging of a judge's gavel. The plop of a gloved ball is being replaced by the angry sounds of contract negotiations. The players are demanding more money. The owners are giving in to the demands. The fans are paying for it. Babe Ruth once gigled to a reporter, "...they ac- tually want to pay me to play this game!" Babe Ruth earned $80,000 a year at his peak. The Babe predicted no player would ever earn that much again. Sorry Babe. You were wrong. Baseball has changed. Pitcher Luis Tiant wanted to renegotiate a valid contract that still had two years left on it. He refused to play until Boston gave him more money. The Red Sox gave in. "...

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