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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1977

Thursday, April 21, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 «< f 4 J> i it ts IS \ FINCH To Highlight SAU Free Concert By JOHN FLEMING Daily Reporter FINCH, the band scheduled to headline the SAU free concert in The Lyceum Saturday night, is not your average, off-the-wall jazz band. Even without hearing them, you somehow get the feeling they're different. To give you an idea, they bill themselves as "the masters of punk jazz." Punk jazz, as defined by the un- declared leader and declared catalyst of the three-piece band, Carl Finch, Tex- arkana graduate student, is "a nonslick, very gutsy, jazz-oriented style of music influenced by regionalistic attitudes." Finch, who plays piano and sings, will share center stage with his sidemen Joe Fiser, Lewisville,(bass) and Bill Tomlin, Dallas, (drums). He said Wednesday that 80 per cent of the band's music is original with the punk jazz philosophy in mind, while the remaining 20 per cent is a mixture of late '60s rock, traditional jazz tunes,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 1 Jerusalem Players Preach With Skits By IAN PIERCE Special Writer Students walking past Wooten Hall Tuesday at approximately 11 a.m. were treated to a series of skits by four members of The new Jerusalem Players of the Jews for Jesus. The group, visiting from San Francisco, consists of two hus- band and wife teams; Alan and Lyn Bond and Jh'an and Melissa Moskowitz. The group began by playing "When the Saints Come Marching In" on kazoos, then enacted short "biographies" of the Jewish saints in the "Hebrew Hall of Fame," including Abraham, Moses, Joshua and David. Explaining the presentation style of the group, Mrs. Bond said it uses the same methods employed by the prophets and Jesus. We use parabolic preaching," she said. "We're dramatizing in parable form to get our point across." Their point is that Jews can believe in Jesus and still be Jews. "For 2,000 years Jewish people have been defining Judaism by saying a Jewish person is someone who doesn't be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1977

I ™ ' • ' "i, ' : r • ■ *■ < )■„ •< " th 4 . 1 "V * «* f 4 'f « ! .*■ , I 'f Thursday, April 21, 1977 Center Seeks Student Input For Summer By CAROL COURSEY Daily Reporter Students interested in group programs offered by the Counseling Center during the summer are urged to let their group preference be known, Dr. Elneita Dever, counseling psychologist, said Tuesday. Possible groups that will be available are personal relating, academic career training and marital enrichment. In discussing the broad group categories which have met with moderate to great success over the past school year, Dr. Dever singled out the area of relationships as the most suc- cessful category of group offerings. "This category has demonstrated a basic and continuing need students have for this type of group," Dr. Dever said, explaining the popularity of the relationship-oriented group. Under this broad category fall such specific groups as assertive training, human sexuality, interpersonal skills, newl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 April 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Jim Ryun, Jogging Highlight SAU 'Day' Sunday will be "Get Movin' Denton" day when joggers will have an oppor- tunity to have a picnic, toss a Frisbee or run a mile with former Olympic runner, Jim Ryun. The program, which is sponsored in part by Student Activities Union and Adidas, will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the Willowwood Street side of the Golf Course and will include a per- formance by the 1 O'Clock Lab Band as well as the appearance by Ryun. Track Coach John McKenzie and Dr. Larry Bruya of the health, physical education and recreation faculty plan- ned the program in an attempt to in- terest more people in physical fitness while having a good time. Ryun, the former world record holder in the mile, will speak to the crowd about 4:30 p.m. before encouraging the crowd to jog or walk a mile with him along a chalked course which stretches from one side of the golf course to the Golfcourse clubhouse on the hill. McKenzie pointed out that the run-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1977

* ■; .1/ •i ■ r, i 'I • i4 The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 106 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 22. 1977 O'Neal, Morrel Win SA Election Majority Votes for Dormitory Residency Rule Elimination By VINCE HEPTIG, Daily Reporter Dennis O'Neal and Steve Morrel won the 1977-78 Student Association (SA) presidential election, receiving 62 per cent of the 1,169 ballots cast, SA Rules and Elections Chairman Carter Hampton announced Thursday. O'Neal and Morrel received 724 votes, and the ticket of Bill Brienza and Bill Ellis received 401 votes (38 per cent). In the referendum calling for the elimination of the 60-hour dormitory residency requirement, students cast 942 votes (81 per cent) for elimination and 201 votes against the requirement's elimination. The SA constitutional amendment dealing with the rules of succession passed with 870 votes (75 per cent). Students cast 138 votes against the amendment and there were 163 abstentions. "I wish the best of luck to Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1977

Aging Stokowski Keeps Directing Beautiful Music LONDON (AP)—Leopold Stokowski, one of the last great conductors of a generation that produced Toscanini, Klemperer and Furtwangler, celebrated his 95th birthday Monday. Though slowed and stooped by time, the London- born American conductor who took over the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1912 is still active «n the podium after at least 7,000 concerts before 10 million people. He retains his zest for Bach, Bizet and Brahms and has signed a recording contract which will run through his 100th birthday. "HE LIVES FOR MUSIC, nothing else," said an admiring violinist as the maestro, his mane of silvery hair reduced to a few unkempt strands and his back stooped, arrived at a London studio to record Brahms' Second Symphony. Shuffling to the podium with the help of an aide and a knobby-wood cane, he seems almost too frail to stand. He is helped onto a stool and glances at the score. Without a word, his hands raise and the music begins. As if by mag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1977

Friday. April 22, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ♦ I < ll Society Will Ho/?~*~ Top Music Students Outstanding music students will receive scholastic achievement and ser- vice awards at the Pi Kappa Lambda an- nual School of Music Honors Day program Monday at 11 a.m. in the Music Recital Hall. Dr. Marceau Myers, dean of the School of Music, will be the guest speaker. This is the one time during the year Dr. Myers addresses the school, Dr. Edward Baird of the music faculty said. Dean Myers and Dr. Baird, who is the president of the Alpha Alpha chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda, will present the awards. Pi Kappa Lambda is a national music honor society. Six students will receive Pi Kappa Lambda Honor Awards. They are Cynthia Greene, Christopher Adkins, Jennifer Bauer, Scott McAdow, Pamela Younglblood and Wha-ln-Tee. These awards were voted on by the music faculty, Dr. Baird said. Rhonda Hilliard and Scott McAdow will receive the Outstanding Music Education Students Awards. The winners o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1977

■*4r ■" v; ■f 7 w PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT Group Protests At Capital Four NT students participated in a peaceful protest march in Washington, D.C., Wednesday in an effort to make President Jimmy Carter aware of Hispanic-American proposals, Ricardo Cantu-Rivera, Denton junior, said Tues- day. Participating in the march were Cantu-Rivera; Fran Cruz, Denton freshman; Herlinda Martinez, Laredo senior; and Isabella Pina, Laredo sophomore. TH NT delegation accompanied the •hapter of the Incorporation for -American Government 'IMAGE), a nationwide of Mexican-American nployes, to the National m Conference Friday in \C., Cantu-Rivera said. ; of the march to the s to influence President nd appoint Hispanic- vernment jobs, to unify ans so they will have a n political issues, to get ; off welfare and get ntu-Rivera stated. tives from Hispanic nationwide met with EW, HUD, G.I. Forum, of Agriculture and the f Interior, he said, members of Carter's ad- told the persons attending , that they...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1977

Friday, April 22, 1977 i I f i i Fine Arts May Offer Brochure A brochure outlining the 1977-78 Fine Arts Series may be available at fall registration. Dr. Dorothy Pijan, chairwoman of the Fine Arts Committee, said Monday, "As soon as we can set the summer program for '78, I'd like to work on a brochure. It would be nice if we could get it done in time to hand out at registration and at freshman orientation." The summer program was not finalized at Monday's meeting of the Fine Arts Committee, but members sug- gested several alumni as possible performers. (The com- mittee earlier had decided to contract alumni for all summer programs.) Seating capacity was the committee's main considera- tion when it decided to shedule "Shakespeare's People," a collection of scenes from Shakespeare's works, in the Main Auditorium. The show will feature Sir Michael Redgrave. Asked by committee member Wilfred Higgins of the art faculty if there was any possibility that the Main Auditorium facilities wou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1977

"M r>fy ■' ^ v '/'•v. ■ aa - i |J|gB|| I ■;'f^ ,i -'v PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Rain Delays NT Nine's .500 Hopes Coach Johnny Williams' baseball club will have to wait until Saturday's twin bill with Cameron College for a chance to put more marks in the win column since rains forced postponement of Wednesday night's doubleheader with Bishop College. The club was looking for a sweep against Bishop to up its season record of 16-20, in an attempt to finish the season above .500. Williams is unsure when the raincd-out games will be made up. Cameron beat NT 6-1, 6-5 in games played April 14 in Lawton, Okla. Wil- laims classifies Cameron as a hitting team. In six games with the Mean Green over the last two seasons, Cameron has scored 41 runs. "They'll score a lot of runs," Williams said. NT will counter the hitting of Cameron with its top two pitchers, Steve Harris and Mark Ford. The pair saw ac- tion in the teams' first meetings of the year. Both Ford and Harris were effec- tive in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 April 1977

H The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 107 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1977 Rep. Parker Seeks Study House May Review Residency Rules «£.:*•' ~T S " —' "a .JL> 1/ „ , . \ Boxed Bees Raymond Walker, a Gen- eral Telephone employe, collects a swarm of bees that gathered near Maple Hall. Walker, who is on call at the police depart- ment for such emergencies, boxed the bees Sunday. Bees swarm each year at this time to start new hives wherever the queen lands. Pholoj by CHARLIE COLE R By VINC'E HEPTIG Daily Reporter State Rep. Walt Parker of Denton has introduced a resolution to the house to form an interim committee to study the feasibility of a bill eliminating man- datory dormitory residency requirement. Parker said he submitted the resolu- tion in response to letter from NT stu- dents who wanted him to sponsor House Bill 349. The bill was first introduced to the legislature two years ago by Rep. Jim Mattox, but was tabled. Parker said he could not r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 April 1977

_ PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 26, 1977 An Editorial Keep Old West In History Book Bounty hunter. Mention that name to a person and he usually gets a bad taste in his mouth. How can a man hunt another man for pay? Bounty hunters thrived in the "Old West" when the law had not reached all parts of the country yet. But lawmen finally arrived in greater numbers and the bounty hunter passed into history. He had outlived his justification for existence. Someone tried to bring the bounty hunter back to life. It was not 10 or 20 years ago. It was just yesterday. The Federation of Greater New York Pistol and Rifle Clubs was the exhumer. This 5,000- member gun club offered to New York shopkeepers a $200 bounty for killing robbers. The bad taste returns. This bounty or "Courageous Citizen's Award" had a purpose in mind, said Gerald Preiser, head of the federation. This "award" was started to call attention to the growing crime rate in New York City, to encourage citizens to own ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 April 1977

M !et ri- bt- :nt as lest >ne len MSt is of t * ft * f ; * ( ♦ > I Tuesday, April 26, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Recreation Majors Meet for Fellowship WIMBERLEY—College and univer- sity students from across the state par- ticipated in a three-day fellowship con- ference for recreation and related majors hosted by a Southwest Texas State University group last week in Wimberley. Sponsored by Creative Opportunities for Leisure Time Society (COLTS) the conference attracted students from NTSU, SWT, Texas Tech, Texas A & M and Stephen F. Austin. COLTS is a charter member of Student Texas TACT Votes For Seminars On Education A workshop sponsored by the Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT) on problems of Women in Higher Education resulted in a vote to hold more workshops to discuss problems and exchange solutions, Dr. Jeannine Wilkins of speech communica- tions and drama faculty said Wednes- day. Keynote speaker was Jane Wells, a member of the State Board of Educa- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 April 1977

? ' m "i - } .. . V '. 4f ' " A MEN'S /QVT LAYERS, ?>X SHAGS V 4 Hairstylists: Kaircutting for Men / Women 387-6757 for Appointments Walk-in Customers Welcome Plenty of Parking DOYLE WALLING STYLING 1109 W. Oak at Welch Open Mon-Sat 7-6 f9 A CORNERS' loft is a living high. A loft is fun - and it comes with a luxury apartment all around it! (Traditional floor plan available, too) Professionally decorated. Lots of soft shag. Cheerful electric kitchen, Individual control of heat and air conditioning Swimming pool. Landscaping. One of Denton's finest apartment residences. 1 or 2 bedroom, 1 bath All utilities paid The Corners Hickory at H •383-1118 Catfish Cabin (formerly Katfish Korner) Buffet and Salad Bar 7 days a week Choose from 2 meats, salad bar, tea, coffee $1.95 •1.19 Senior Citizens Fried or Boiled Shrimp All You Can Eat |A qc All Day Tuesday Steak for Two Saturdays . .after 5 pm «C cn Including 0.9U salad Bar 1815 W University 382-2413 Sun.-Thur. 11am-10pm Fri.-Sat. 11am-11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1977

* m ^ I W'> I V Crisis Looks for Sunny Solution By BRYAN REED, Daily Reporter Anyone who ever sizzled in the backyard en a summer afternoon knows how well the sun heats. He also knows how inexpensive it was to fry himself. So why, in the age of the energy shortage, isn't the sun being used to heat homes and businesses? Two good reasons: solar energy systems cost too much and they aren't efficient, two members of the physics faculty said. That may sound strange, but it is true. Actually, the cost problem lies in installing a solar unit—not in keeping it running. Research engineer Jack Hehn of the physics faculty quoted a "ballpark figure" of $15,000 for outfitting an 1,800-square foot house with a solar energy system. "You have to recover this expenditure with reduc- tions in heating cost," Hehn said. "If you pay a 4 to 5 per cent interest rate on the loan to get solar equip- ment, then you're on the verge of feasibility. But as long as you have to pay 10 per cent, it's just too e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 27, 1977 Water Shortage Leads to Energy Alternative v\ L By WILLIAM RICHARDSON, Special Writer Pure water is something most of us take for granted, but there are several Texas communities, already bickering over the energy crunch, that may have to cope with a severe shortage of water within this cen- tury. Presently, water for consumption and industrial use comes from lakes, reservoirs or deep wells. In some cases, the underground salt content is so high that water must be desalinated before it is fit to use. This process requires the use of a tremendous amount of precious fossil fuels for energy. The Federal Government considers many of these systems potential health and economic hazards. If these communities do not do something by late June of this year, the Safe Drinking Water Act will force many of them to construct more efficient treatment facilities at considerable costs to the consumer within 10 years. CONCERNED MEMBERS of the Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1977

4 I fr I I '/ W ^ 4 M ' < i j 1 Wednesday, April 27, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Dallas-Fort Worth Art Displays Will Feature Student Works Whatever your art interest, exhibits are in the area this month and May to fit your mood. Types of art being exhibited are: • Sculpture-Fashion—An exhibit of work by two graduate students as part of their work in earning a Master of Fine Arts. Electronic sculpture is by Jim Badchon and fashion designs are by Sylvia Trewin. Exhibits are in Art Building Gallery through Friday. • Watercolor—Rob Erdle of the art faculty will be in a two-man show along with NT alumnus Rob Reese. Erdle will show watercolor and Reese will exhibit oil painting. Reception May 1 from 4 to 7 p.m. Adelle Taylor Gallery, 3317 McKinney Avenue, Dallas. Exhibit May 1-14. • Photography — White Mule Photographic Gallery has works of 12 Denton photographers including some from NT in Denton Darkroom through May 2. • Student Competition called "Photographs From Earth" on dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 27. 1977 Broadcasters Honor Five At Banquet Students in the communications field were honored Friday night during the annual Radio-TV-Film Awards Banquet in the Golden Eagle Room of the University Union. Kirk Hammond, Dallas senior, received two awards for contributions to the Communication Arts Council (CAC) and for his work in television production. Randy Zeis, Denton senior, received an outstanding participation award for his contributions to KNTU radio. The CAC honored Mike Lumpkin, a former NT student who graduated in December, for his film division work. Mary Traud, Denton graduate stu- dent, was selected as the outstanding graduate student in radio-TV-film and Duane Burgess, Denton senior, won the award for the most distinguished un- dergraduate. Dr. F. Leslie Smith of the speech com- munication and drama faculty received a teaching award from the CAC. Prior to the awards presentations, guest speaker Howard Davis, an ac- count sup...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1977

m Wednesday, April 27, 1977 Group Adds Minicourses For Summer Four minicourses, Square Dancing, Beginning Guitar, Belly Dancing and Signed English, will be offered this sum- mer by Services for Women and Retum- r ing Students. The minicourses are of- fered on a noncredit basis and are open to all students, June Casey, director, said Monday. Any student interested in taking a minicourse should register as soon as possible to be assured of a place in the class, Ms. Casey said. Students are of- ficially enrolled in a class when the fee for that course is paid, she continued. Students may register in the Services for Women and Returning Students Of- fice in the Student Services Suite on the third floor of the University Union. Registration is in progress; the fees are payable when registering. Square Dancing, taught by profes- sional square dance instructor Toby Thomason, will begin June 8 and con- tinue through July 6. Classes will meet each Wednesday night from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1977

mm sL' %j£> •*- fita -v.: "v.'•;:-■ ^ffflrs2.Jl-u-.■. . ■ •>'•• ."v •• , j •"■••■ . ■• • , '" *y PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. April 27, 1977 Rugby Clubs Fall in Tourney NT Teams Encounter Tough Competitors Mean Greene Photo by TERRY WOOTEN Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Hayden Fry, left, and Joe Greene, Pittsburg Steeler and former NT football player, chat after the all-sports banquet at which Greene was awarded the first Mean Green Eagle Distinguished Service Award. By RICHARD DAY Dally Reporter The ninth annual Pearl Beer rugby tournament in Austin provided the men's and women's rugby clubs with tough, experienced competition over the weekend. The two teams combined won only one match during the two-day tourney. "Our teams did come out with poor records, but they were the best games we had played all season," Al Dourgarian, Denton senior, said Monday. "It was a great learning experience for us which will set the stage for next season. Our in- experience...

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