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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1971

Tuesday, September 14,1971 Campus Scene THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 West Hall To Host Officials For Dinner, Dialogue Tonight Tonight at 5:30, West Hall is having a special Get Acquainted Dinner with 19 administration officials attending, including PRESIDENT C. C. (JITTER) NOLEN and staff. RICHARD GEER, director of housing and staff; six deans of students; and six other administration officials will be there. After dinner the administration officials will be seated at different tables to give students an opportunity to voice any prob- lems, ideas and concerns they have. JERRY ATHERTON, West Hall direc- tor, puts it this way: "Our dinner gives students an opportunity to meet adminis- trators, and gives administrators a chance to talk with students." The Radio-Television Club will hold it's first meeting of the year tonight at 7:30 in Studio A of the Speech and Drama Build- ing. The club is principally for students inter- ested in any aspect of radio, television and film, but is open ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 14. 1971 Cougars Smash Mean Green, 41-13 %?7 Breaks, Bounces Bad for Eagles in Bowl W t v- ' , V By GEORGE FOSTER Sports Editor Got ya! Brigham Young middle linebacker Carl Bowers drags down Eagle running back James Thorne during third quarter action in the Cotton Bowl Friday night. The Cougar defense had a field day with North Texas runners, limiting the Eagles to only 63 yards on the ground. The breaks didn't bounce right, and the bounces didn't break right for the Mean Green at the Cotton Bowl Friday night in a 41 -13 loss to Brigham Young. item: Sophomore quarterback Rick Shaw is out for the next two games with a twisted knee and sophomore halfback Charlie Johnson is doubtful for Saturday's game against Weber State. Item: When the Eagles fumbled the Ea- gles fumbled. One example—with less than four minutes left in the first half BYU had the ball on the North Texas 36-yard line when Cougar running back David Coon fumbled. Eagle defe...

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

mm ' ■' Report Reveals Gunshots Killed Nine Hostages ATTICA, N Y. (AP) All nine hos- tages killed during the storming of riot- gripped Attica prison died of gunshot wounds, a county medical examiner's re- port unexpectedly disclosed Tuesday. For 24 hours, state officials had attributed most of the hostage deaths to slashed throats. "There were no cut throats or any kind of mutilation," said an autopsy report from Monroe County Medical Examiner John F. Edland. He examined eight of the bodies. A ninth had been established as a gunshot victim. The nine were among 41 persons who lost their lives in 96 hours of mutiny, according to revised State Corrections Departments figures on the worst riot in New York's penal history, f orty-two in- mates we;e listed as injured "SHOCKED. . .bewildered," was the first reaction of a department spokesman to Edland's post-mortem findings. Later, however, Deputy Corrections Commissioner Wim Van Eekeren said in Albany that there were witnesses to throat s...

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

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesdey, September 16.1871 The North Texas Daily 86th Yeer North Texas State University Denton, Taxes 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 Box. 5297 NT Station. Denton. Taxes 76203 PACEMAKER 5 TIMES Southwestern Journalism Congress Telephone 387 -4611. extension 364 ALL AMERICAN 64 TIMES Page Editors KARA LEE SELMAN news MICHEL HIATT news ELLEN MOORE editorials DAVID LEWIS editorials associate JEAN ANN JUNGMAN amusements SHARON MOORE amusements assoc The North Texas Daily student newspaper of North Texas State University is published daily Tuesday through Friday during the long terms September through May a...

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

Wednesday, September 15. 1971 Campus Scene 'Bonnie and Clyde' To Play Two Evenings in Auditorium "Bonnie and Clyde," the movie that finishes with a "riddle," will be shown tonight and Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Main Auditorium. Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) and his cigar-smoking sweetheart Bonnie Parker (Faye Dunnaway) explode on the depres- sion-ridden Southwest of the I930's. Hold- ing sheriffs and bank tellers in terror, they captured headlines with their daring, reck- less and often pointless crimes. "Bonnie and Clyde," directed by Arthur Penn and produced by Beatty, "speaks of innovation," the press book says. "Violence erupts out of playfulness; lovemaking ful- filled by a sense of impending death, and an actual presence of time, place and charac- terization all come alive in the movie." The Student Activities Union (SAU) movie will cost 25 cents with a discount card, 50 cents without a card. The dis- count cards may be purchased at the door for SI. The Council on International ...

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

. •' ' ^WHy .\r-i ' -i 7 ■ '• 'J1 '' ' ' | PAGE 4—-TMf NORTH TEXAS DAILY Losses Hit In 1st Week MVC Play The first week of the 1971 NCAA foot- ball campaign saw big victories as well as some severe defeats for Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) schools. North Texas' 41-13 loss to Brigham Young was a heartbreaker in more ways than one. The Eagles travel to Provo, Utah, this week to play Weber State without the two top-rated quarterbacks of last week. Senior George Woodrow quit the team Monday while his backup, sophomore Rick Shaw, suffered a knee injury in the Brigham Young game. Other Valley action saw Memphis State welcome West Texas State into the con- ference with a 30-0 thrashing while Texas A&M walloped Wichita State 41-7. New Mexico State's Ron (Po) James gained 102 yards on 28 carries and scored the only touchdown as the Aggies defeated Drake, 7-3. James is now seventh on the list of all- time college rushers. He has only 652 more yards to tie Steve Owens, the all-time lead...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1971

Thursday. September 16.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Mini Fashions Cover Subject- But Just Barely HOT 0 ; J-.'- V r r #>r .'•Mb v" ' ' T d r - > . i*."'"*4 .yEM '..■■-•v vktfidSR ■ ' r, ' * • ; **. i ^ 4t u 1 R-j< • ;* V : x " M P A N 1 S — Photos by Bruce Parrott > 1 I ST . - ■■■■■ :■ f ^ " / J Lx, '% " ' V. , III I V1 pi- iS 's >le cy in ri- >n in ho :nt be These Denton Churches Welcome Students and Faculty First Baptist Church Dr. L. L. Armstrong, Pastor 1100 Malone 382-2577 Grace Temple Baptist Church Robert L. Richardson, Pastor 1106 West Oak at Fulton 387-6137 United Ministry N.T.S.U. 1501 Maple 382-6035 First Church of Christ, Scientist 402 Texas Street 387-1827 Highland Baptist Church Anna Street Church of Christ Jack E. Boggs, Pastor Kim Beaty, Minister to Youth 1111 Highland 387-1745 Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Revs. J.A. Schumacher and J R. Miller 1215 North Elm 387-1755 First Christian Church Herbert L. Polinard, Pastor 1203 N. Fulton 387-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1971

EMV'i i PAGE 4—THi NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Thursday, September 10,1971 ISSUE 'Mini-Sub' Opens In Early October 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 student life. Anyone having such questions may mail them in to the Dally at Box 5297, North Texas Station, or bring them by Daily Office, Room 104 of the Journalism Building. The Daily will answer those ques- tions which the staff feels are most impor- tant and pertinent to campus life as space permits. Q. Why doesn't the Union Building re- main open for students after 10:45 p.m.? Why isn't it open on Sundays?—SJ A. Hal Miller, director of the Union Building, said there had not been enough funds in the past to operate the complex after 10:45 p.m. Previously, there was on- ly enough money to operate it for two shifts of employes, and this time period ended at the time it closes. However, Miller said he plans to open a "mini-s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1971

Thursday, September 16.1971 THE NOf kGE 6 Campus Calendar Thursday, Sept. 16 9 a.m. SAU members leave for NEC Conference in Houston 5 p.m. Deadline for motor vehicle reg- istration 6:30 p.m. Phi Delta Kappa meeting, Tropicana Inn 8 p.m. "Bonnie and Clyde," Main Auditorium Friday, Sept. 17 6 p.m. International Club meeting, Room 302, U.B. 7 p.m. Hot Pants Dance, front of U.B. 8 p.m. Burning Bush, United Minis- tries Center Saturday, Sept. IK Delta Sigma Pi rush deadline 10 a.m. Fencing Tournament, Women's Gym 7:30 p.m. NT - Weber State, Ogden, Utah Sunday, Sept. 19 3 p.m. Gladys Lawhon Piano Recital, Music Recital Hall 8 p.m. Film Society Show, Room 115, Biology Building Monday, Sept. 20 Pi Omega Pi application dead- line Angel Flight rush begins, con- tinues through Sept. 23 Free University registration begins 3 p.m. Pre-I.aw Club organizational meeting, Third Floor of U.B 5 p.m. Deadline for filing nominations for Yucca Beauty 7 p.m. "A Comedy of Errors" tryouts, University Theater...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1971

,ppsg«aM mm '■),f, . ''"'"Wi'Wl-? w .y «"fr vv' ::; t'SSBS- PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. September 16,1971 George Foster Harold Ratliff Champ Needier A rather big, husky man wilh a flowing mustache sauntered into the press box Friday night when the Eagles played Brig- ham Young. He was rather old and from his attire you could tell he wasn't concerned with high fashion. "Hello Harold" was the greeting from everyone present. Here was a man everyone writer there knew, but 1 had yet to meet. It was Harold Ratliff a living legend among Texas sportswriters. After talking to Ratliff it was evident that he was some character, and after lis- tening to his boisterous laugh 1 knew 1 had latched onto a veritable goldmine of humor, for everytime there was a North Texas kickoff return a loud laugh broke out and he would say "Look at that boy go." But it was not until I talked to some of his contemporaries that 1 really got an in- sight into the man. Harold Ratliff spent 32 years working...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1971

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 10 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1971 Swaab Withdraws Election Recall CAPS Wreck Ruins Vacation; Injures Four Students Four students were injured Tuesday morning when the car in which they were riding overturned in Emporia, Kan. Lura Cook, Longview junior, was hos- pitalized at Newman Memorial Hospital in Kansas. She suffered a lacerated knee and ankle, cartilage torn from her ribs and possible internal injuries. Other injured students were Mike Daniels, Dallas junior; John Morocini, Connecticut sophomore; and Gene Slater, South Dakota sophomore. According to North Texas student, Terry Cook, sister of Lura Cook, the car went to the left, began to spin, (lew across the me- dian and landed upside down on the other side of the highway. The students were traveling to South Dakota, and Daniels was driving, Miss Cook said. McConnell Women Hold Conference With Geer McConnell Hall held an open meeting Monday night wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Thursday, September 16,1971 Parking Gives Team Headaches rRI PM Donna Miller. Dallas sopho- more, wonders if it is pos- sible to park by a red curb after 5 p.m. The answer is yes. but only if one dis- plays a green decal on the vehicle. This question has caused confusion for stu- dents and administrators. Insufficient Space Parking Problem Plagues People Time has come for North Texas to find a practical, workable solution to its parking problem. Students and faculty have long tolerated circuitous routes, high parking fees and the daily race to find a parking spot before everyone else. They deserve a realistic solution to the problem—and an im- mediate one. Parking at Fouts Field is one solution that seems most workable right now. By utilizing lots outside the stadium, traffic flow around the perim- eter and internal areas of the campus would be considerably lightened. If the proposed tram system were made operable immediately, thus providing a convenient...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1971

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 11 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 191^ Residents To Vote For Representatives By THERESA UDD Daily Reporter Student Government Association (SGA) dorm representatives will be elected Oct. I. A decision was made Thursday after- noon by an ad hoc election committee. The committee, which is only a tem- porary machine for supervision of dorm elections, set up a workable calendar and determined policy for the forthcoming elections. MEMBERS OE the committee are: Chairman Mike Simpson, Austin soph- more; James Johnson, Waco junior; Kathy Rowe, Fort Worth senior; Lindsey Keffer, assistant to the vice-president for student affaris; and SGA President Wes Spiegel, who will act as an ex-officio member. The qualifications for candidates set up by the committee are: • Candidates must be dorm residents. • They must be in good standing with the university. • They must have a 2.0 average or better. • Candidates must also be full-ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1971

PAQE 2—THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Friday, September 17,1971 arking Problem Hits Pocketbook EDITOR'S NOTE: The following study is the second in a series of two articles con- cerning possible solutions to the parking problem at North Texas. By GARY MORTON Interpretive Reporter Despite an estimated income of S40.000 through parking revenue this year. North Texas administrators still call the parking situation on campus a losing proposition. The reason: the st'ite cannot allocate any funds to pay for the building and the upkeep of lots and of the streets over which the university has control. WITH THE HIGH cost of construc- ts for parking lots—all of which has to be paid in advance—there appears to be little or no way of managing the parking situation without deficit spending. "It is a losing proposition any way you look at it," G. A. Robason, university comptroller, said. "The average cost for each parking space in a lot runs about S325. "At the rates we charge for parking now, it takes abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1971

Friday. Ssptsmber 17.1971 I rk THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ' V ; % Riposte! Martin Johnsen, Irving senior; attacks Randy Noblitt. Dallas senior; in lunge position in a duel to decide the position of team captain The fencing team will host a tournament in the Women's Gym Saturday at 9:30 a.m. The tour- nament will be divided into four units—beginners, novices, juniors and open Anybody with two or less years experience may enter the novice tour- nament This is the first time in several years North Texas has entered stu- dents in the American Fencing League novice tournament, said Clayton Bockbrader, Dallas senior. INTRODUCING The World's Most Comfortable Shoe For The Great Outdoors , _ in stock REp'WING '"'s hoes sizes 7-14 7 widths A-EEE red wing SHOES TODD'S 510 S. Elm Denton Plaza Phone 382 3512 Red Wing Cures 5 o'clock Feet Speed Reading Course Set To Begin For NTSU Arrangements have been made to conduct a 21 hour course in speed read- ing I he eouse is open to anyone above the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1971

Jf PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. September 17. 1971 Randy Riggs They Call 'Em 'Weeber' State They're holding a football clinic on the Weber State practice field Thursday and Friday nights. "On Thursday night at 6:30, all junior- league teams are invited to attend in full jersey," the release begins. "Wildcat team members will be wearing their game uni- forms and will man the various stations dealing with their positions." How sweet. It's not known at this time whether or not North Texas Coach Rod Rust is going to disguise his players and try to sneak them past the guard at the gate. It couldn't hurt. The battered Eagles travel to Ogden, Utah, this weekend to do battle with Weber (pronounced "weeber") State. SINCE SARKIS Arslanian, of Armeni- an descent, took the reins in 1965, the Cou- gars have posted a 38-19-1 record. His teams have been nationally ranked every year in the college division polls, producing a bumper crop of professional talent along the way. In the past six ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1971

mm. & A The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 12 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1971 Morse Says Nixon Misuses Authority By DIANE KUTSKY Daily Reporter Sen. Wayne Morse told North Texas students and faculty Thursday night that no president has ever equaled Richard Nixon's misuse of the power to make war. Morse, who spoke before a crowd of more than 300, was the first fall speaker of the Fine Arts Series. Morse emphasized Nixon's continuation of a foreign policy that began during the Eisenhower Administration. "The Nixon policy is an expansion of the Eisenhower-Nixon-Dawes policy. The 1955 Formosa Resolution is identical in princi- ple to the Gull of Tonkin Resolution be- cause they both commit an act of war against China," he said. Morse warned the people of America that the executive branch of the govern- ment is usurping power delegated by the constitution. Me mentioned three main points for the public to keep in mind: • That the substance of l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1971

< ' ■ ■ Tuesday, September 21,1971 in« aum.mM '•ffi-f (ye- M.vV>iV ' W r ■£Mst SMr'r, ! 'itja £i<; '' $ I^IL 1 mr I 1h«— KETfeW-.'i ■ vmfr9* m* s£* ■ ■" v n PMi " ;■ ,V*j .if"- - -;:s ■'"-ia^ EacgTra1 r#W|&^:4try 'Vuflaiasr^M:. v sStoM gj> Jj ■?A • &«!w3# £2 '6li!^^*'::'^!l8BB5Kll < 1 IwJHRNIpiBP <*fv31®^^'t:A3S^ £& ■. > •''**: - '*•' *-&' '■ TOgSS! HSPW mm m ji rag '■•■■■ jjgsEHLJRPR ^ H PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Eliminate Hiking Tram Could Solve Parking Dilemma A popular slogan around North Texas these days concerning the cam- pus parking problem seems to be "trammit." Students and faculty have thrown their white towels in the ring. And ad- ministrators shrug off the parking dilemma by saying, "Don't feel bad stu- dents; every university in Texas has a problem with parking." That just proves you can rationalize anything. The only university that some 16,000 enrolled students on this campus cares about is North Texas State University. They al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1971

Tuesday. September 21,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 pal of uws in Campus Scene Yucca Beauty Deadline Nears Deadline for filing nominations for Yucca Beauty contestants is Wednesday at S p.m. They may either be mailed to Box S863, N.T. Station, or turned in at the Yucca Office in the Journalism Building. The contest will be held Sept. 29 and 30 in the Union Building. The off-campus judges will select 20 semi-finalists from the nominees, then pick 10 winners from the semi-finalists. There will be a different set of judges for each night. Hinson-Hazlewood Loan recipients who have been notified that their checks have arrived in the Financial Aid Office have been requested to report promptly to that office to sign the promissory notes. This announcement was made by the Financial Aid Office Monday. Failure to comply with the request might cause can- cellation of the loan. "What Organizations Should Expect of Their Computer-related Activities," will be the topic of a seminar at 7:30 to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ SPORTS CAPSULES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Missouri Valley Conference would like to forget last weekend happened. There wasn't really much to cheer about on the intersectional front except for Drake's come-from-behind 34-17 victory over Abilene Christian and West Texas State's 14-6 victory over Lamar University. Defending champion Louisville and Vanderbilt fought to an inglorious 0-0 tie. Tulsa lost 19-10 to Kansas State, Memphis State was stung 49-21 by Mis- sissippi, New Mexico State fell 34-0 to Utah State; Wichita State dropped a tight one 16-14 to Arkansas State and North Texas lost 20-0 to Weber State. Two MVC games highlight this week's schedule with Louisville at Drake and North Texas at New Mexico State. In other games, Tulsa is at Arkansas and Trinity is at Wichita State. Drake exploded for 31 points in the second half after trailing 17-3. A Tierce Bulldog defense intercepted three passes and dumped ace quarterback Ron Lauter- bach six limes...

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