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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1977

y in* miik nitiii d'n laoiiNim in: ii:i i ;II niiiii dh MU«i W. 5^'V-• • ♦ V Photo® by CHARLIE COLE 7 Didn't Know They Came in Boxes' Cathy Conley, Denton senior, has a problem with a cardbc<*rd box that is too big for one person on a bicycle to carry. Staring at the box didn't help; trying to carry it alone did not work either. Then, as if by magic, a friend appeared to help her, and the problem was solved with teamwork. North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 109 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 28. 1977 Possible Board Appointments Newscaps m * Council Considers Student Input By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Daily Reporter Student candidates Bill Williams, Denton senior, and Richard Ray, Denton graduate student, were losers in the April 2 city council elections, but their candidacies were appa:cntly not in vain. All five members of the Denton City Council have voiced support for student appointments to city boards and com- missions. Mayor Elinor Hughes, Mayor Pro- Tem Joe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY MB. Thursday, April 28, 1977 kM An Editorial Increase Spaces, Not Fines The familiar sight of University Police cars cruising through parking lots looking for of- fenders is an irksome thing to behold. Each year—each semester—a few more parking spaces are subtracted from the rapidly dwindling total, and students are forced to park their cars farther and farther from campus. University officials offer Fouts Field parking as an alternative to commuters or other students who must drive to class. A shuttle bus delivers these students to various locations on campus. Thus, the Fouts Field parker wastes at least a half- hour after parking his car before he reaches his class. Meters were installed in the Avenue A and Prairie lots last semester to be used by "visitors" and people with business in the Union. The max- imum time allowed was 30 minutes—not long enough to attend even one class. As a result of student protest (and vacant lots) the meters were changed t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1977

kl A 1 ! « i\ Thursday. April 28, 1977 EmSmS&W- THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Theatre Slates Viennese Production xDie Fledermaus' Opera Tonight Rainy Day Woman Photo by CHARLIE COLE "Die Fledermaus," a Viennese opera translated into English by Thomas Holliday of the music faculty, will be tonight and Friday at 7:30 in the University Theatre. Maid Julie Payne, uses an umbrel- la as a prop in a dance routine. By KATHY HANSEN Daily Reporter When "Die Fledermaus" opens tonight at 7:30, what the audience will see is a completely staged, complete- ly orchestrated, completely costumed production of a Viennese light opera. What the audience will not see is the months of preparation, rehearsals, designing and building that made the performance possible. The Opera Theatre is presenting the production tonight and Friday night at 7:30 in the University Theatre. Tickets for both nights are available in the front foyer of the Music Building to- day, or may be purchased at the Univer- sity Thea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 28, 1977 Beginners Learn Equestrian Photo by VINCE HEPTIQ Horsing Around Two students of a horseback riding class ride through a tunnel on the stable grounds. By VINCE HEPTIG, Daily Reporter There's a bit of the old west in North Texas' own back yard and many people don't know it. More than 40 horses, owned and stabled by Sweet Estes, NT. riding instructor, are used in teaching students the basics of horseback riding. The stable is on south Bonnie Brae Drive, approx- imately one-fourth mile south of the Golf Course. Miss Estes teaches four classes: three beginning and one intermediate. Novices quickly learn that there's more to riding a horse than jumping into the saddle and yelling "Giddyupp!" Students must learn to bridle, saddle and care for the horses, along with mastering the technique for riding the hairy beasts. Some of the animals are fiesty, smart or docile; some are lazy, shy or obstinate; and some are just plain stupid, Miss Es...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1977

I Thursday, April 28, 1977 Hodges Uses istic Gift THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 a. )■ .• .f' 1 ■it R ' i * 1 t, ! > i ' At Library "Multitalented" would probably best describe Bruce Hodges, the graphics coordinator for the Library. Hodges began working part-time in the Library's graphics department in 1974. In June, 1976 he began working full-time, first as a library assistant in the special collections division and then as graphics coordinator. "As graphics coordinator, I am responsible for seeing that all of the graphics work is done," Hodges said. This work includes making the Library's signs and bulletins, creating and setting up exhibits and carrying out other mis- cellaneous duties such as correcting floor plans. He is editor of the Library staff newsletter, the "NTSU LSA News." Reporters turn in stories to him, and he is responsible for the newsletter's layout, graphics and assembly. Hodges graduated from NT in December with a B.A. in art and a minor in music. In art school...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 April 1977

, PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■iHliHiSlillHfV ? Thursday. April 28, 1977 Tracksters Face Tough Test In Powerful Drake Relays I ]*1 mM&m rijjjpWffifKl m X We Gotcha Photo by CINDY SPURQEON Mean Green runningback Walter Sims, 34, Waco freshman, doesn't appear to be going too far in Saturday's scrimmage as he runs into several members of the No. 1 team defense. The football team will play Its annual Green and White game Saturday at 6:05 p.m. at Fouts Field. Ken Washington will lead the No. 1 offense, which will be part of the green team. Eight members of the NT track team will travel to Des Moines, Iowa, Friday to join athletes from over 100 univer- sities competing in the nationally respected Drake Relays. Track Coach John McKenzie said that schools participating at the meet will include all of the Big 10 and Southwest Conference schools as well as many of the large eastern schools. Due to the large number of teams competing in the meet, no team scores will be kept. "It's a natio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1977

L < x y Honors Day Celebrates Top NT Students, Faculty Dr. J.K.G. Silvcy will be presented the President's Award today at the Honors Convocation, at which awards will be presented to outstanding students, faculty members ar.u special groups. The convocation will be at 2 p.m. in The Lyceum of the University Union. Dr. Silvey, who has taught biology for 32 years, is a water pollution expert, having worked as a consultant for various industrial organizations and municipalities on pollution problems since 1937. He is retiring from teach- ing but will con- tinue his research in lab space which the biology depart- ment will provide. The first Presi- dent's Award was given to the Lab Bands in 1973. In 1974 the honor was given to C.E. Shu- ford, former chairman of the journalism department. The Symphony Orchestra and Anshel Brusilow, a visiting profes- sor of music, received it in 1975, and last year State Rep. Walt Parker and State Sen. Tom Creighton were the recipients. The second high...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1977

■■Mm PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 29, 1977 he Jury: A Musician's Final Examination By JOHN MARCHESE, Daily Reporter "I can't do it, I can't go in there." "You have to. The whole semester rests on this. All the work you've done will go down the drain." "That's what's wrong. No. I can't go in there." The dialogue is internal, the futile, last-minute se- cond thoughts brought by pressure and nervousness. It takes place while pacing, back and forth, back and forth, around and over the other musicians, all scared and expressing their fears in individual mannerisms of nervousness. HE PACES, HUMMING OVER and over the piece that has become as familiar as his name; the piece he will soon play for a panel of judges—inquisitors in his mind—the jury. Juries are to the music school what final exams are to other departments: the culmination of a long semester. But juries, because they are essentially a per- formance, take on the quality of high drama, sometimes high comedy. The acto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1977

Friday. April 29. 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 r \ ♦ i' A « f # i. w ' II * [ Students Finish Picture One Piece at a Time If you walk through the Speech and Drama Building these days, you'll see an art exhibition of about 20 brightly colored pictures by what you might imagine to be a vegetable- crazed artist. Actually, it's a group of paintings done by Students of an honors art ap- preciation course. The 16- by 20-inch paintings were done from 20 separate pieces of a larger photograph, which the students had never seen until they finished their paintings. "It was a marvelous idea," said Dr. Carl Marder of the Speech Com- munication and Drama faculty, who team-teaches the Humanities 202 course with Dr. Edward Mattil of the Art faculty and Dr. Walter Hodgson, former dean of the School of Music. "It was Ed Mattil's idea to give the students an opportunity to get in- volved. He gave everyone a picture about two inches square and didn't tell us what it was and we couldn't see the pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1977

1*-•' "::-v' I " W' 1 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 29, 1977 |\Ww Regents Approve Phase II For New Music Complex Turkish Craftsmanship Pholo by TERRY WOOTEN This display of Turkish handicrafts is housed in display cases on the second floor of the Univer- sity Union. The display pieces were collected from the nine Turkish students enrolled at NTSU to commemorate their new year, which was Tues- day. The curved knife is from the 16th century. Phase II of the new Music Complex was approved by the Board of Regents at its April 14 meeting, Dr. Marceau C. Myers, dean of the School of Music, said Friday. The new addition will consist of a Music Intermedia Center, a two-story structure to be integrated into the design of the new Music Complex, Dean Myers said. The funds for the $6 million addi- tion came from money the university saved as a result of a change in the con- struction market, he said. Construction will start immediately with the projected completion date set for six...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1977

fc> I , i) •y i •A* I A 'I « f if) i i Friday, April 29, 1977 Department Schedules Fall Courses The English department will offer five special-topics sections of English 235 in the fall, Dr. Sam Henderson, chairman of the English department, said Wednes- day. The course will be "The Mysticism (Or something Like That) of Carlos Castaneda," "Images of Women in the Short Story" and "Images of Law and Order in Contemporary Literature." There will be one section of the Castaneda course and two sections of the other courses, Dr. Henderson said. Dr. James Baird will teach the Cas- taneda course. The students will read Castaneda's four books, "The Teach- ings of Don Juan. A Yaqui Way of Knowledge," "A Separate Reality: Further Conversations with Don Juan," "Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan" and "Tales of Power." The purpose of the course is not to embrace Castaneda's philosophies but to examine them from several perspec- tives, Dr. Baird said. Dr. Nell Nixon will teach the shor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 April 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY T7 ■ " Friday, April 29, 1977 NT Signs 7 Women Athletes Seven women have signed the As- sociation of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) letter of intent, com- mitting themselves to play basketball and volleyball for NT, Dr. Dolores Copeland, director of women's athletici, said Wednesday. In basketball, all of the women are coming from junior colleges. Cherie Hallren of North Oklahoma College has a full scholarship; Lisa Reisinger of South Plains Junior College, full scholarship; Sharon Shelton of Henderson County Junior College, full scholarship; and Darla Wardlaw of Weatherford Junior College, room and board scholarship. ALL OF the volleyball scholarships are room and board scholarships offered to freshmen. Kathy Biggers of New Braunfels, Cathy Johnson of Arlington and Karla Engle of Arlington will receive the volleyball scholarships. "Women's athletics has been in- structed to recruit for volleyball and basketball players to improve the quality...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 June 1977

( Signature Drive Revives Question Of Wet-Dry Issue Bv MARY HENRY, Editor Petitions to call for an election to prohibit the sale of beer and wine in Denton were picked up Thursday afternoon after an application signed by 10 persons was submitted to the county clerk's office. The petitions must be returned to County Clerk Mary Jo Hill by July 2, 30 days from the time of issuance/with 1,911 signatures to meet statutory time requirements. The election will then be scheduled to take place before the fall semesters of the universities begin. Finals for the second summer session will be held on August 13 at NT and registration for the fall semester begins August 25. This leaves a one and one-half week period in which the student vote would be at its weakest. THE REV. JOE Hewitt, a Baptist minister from Richardson who sub- mitted the application, indicated that the petitions will be returned by June 13 in order to set a late July or August election date, Mrs. Hill said. The Rev. Mr. Hewitt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 June 1977

' -'•'virt mi?, yiST' "vv%:.'1 Siii PAGE 2 — THE . NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 9, 1977 An Editorial 'Honors' Requires Revision The push is on to make NT one of the most respected and attractive schools in the nation. A tough revision of the B.A. degree requirements and a full-steam-ahead signal from the regents to achieve Southwest Conference membership are just two examples of the changes taking place. With all the concern for more prestigious recognition, it is surprising that NT's Honors Program has not been upgraded. Since most people are understandably ignorant of what should be the most respected program at NT, a definition is necessary. The program con- sists of a series of freshman and sophomore seminars, and of a senior colloquium. Each seminar of 25 students is led by three faculty members. The seminars cover physical sciences, humanities, social sciences and fine arts. The program sounds good in theory; however, several high-ranking universities refuse to accept cred...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 June 1977

Thursday, June 9, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 3 • i > 4 I * ")'j i I Hi u a s I 1 O'Clock Band Receives Great Reviews in Festival Clowning Around Twelve-year-old Janet Yeatts looks on as Bobo the Clown, San Antonio senior Barbara Barry, starts the projector for the mini- movies for children to be shown Mondays at 1 p.m. in the One O'Clock Lounge. Photo By ELISE KNOX By BOB DARDEN Special Writer The I O'Clock Lab Band returned to Denton Saturday after a series of con- certs at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, S.C. According to Bill Moore, who produced and directed the Spoleto Jazz segment of the festival, the Lab Band "killed them in Charleston." The band played a four and one-half hour concert upon its arrival Friday, May 28, and two one-hour concerts each night through June 2. Moore said the band received standing ovations at each concert. COMPOSER GIAN Carlo Menotti founded the Spoleto Festival of Two Worlds in 1958 in Spoleto, Italy, to bring together artists—in music...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 June 1977

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 9, 1977 Summer Clothes Reveal Artwork Old and New Style Tattooing Shows Individualism '•"SJ - Pholo by ELISE KNOX Body Art Karen Garvey, Dallas senior, takes a closer look at a "new style" tattoo. The orange and black unicorn was designed and tattooed at a shop in Dallas. By BONNIE BRADSHAW SUIT Writer Now that hot weather is here, people are bringing out of storage all the things that lay hidden during the long winter months. Rolls of fat that were modestly and discrectly concealed by layers of clothing before, now begin to emerge bare and pink, ready to be blistered by the sun. As the temperature rises and people shed more clothes and show more of their anatomy, more shocking things than fat begin to appear. The time of the tattoo has arrived. AROUND THE POOL, rosebuds and butterflies are becoming common sights, more often on someone's skin than in gardens. Of course, some tattoos never see the light even in the skimpiest bikini. The t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 June 1977

I w , I 4 Thursday, June 9, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 "l" .ni/viJ ■ • /-dcj yZ., ■ *4. -v Exile Views Cuba Today Refugee Foresees No Return To Homeland Going, Going, Gone '.>' v ^ >♦ | Photo by EUSE KNOX Whatever the diving style, a dip in the campus the mornings, but open to students and faculty pool is one way to keep cool despite summer from 4 to 8 p.m. weekdays and from 2 to 6 p.m. temperatures. The pool is reserved for classes in weekends, lifeguard John Reeder said. Employes Earn 1Bonuses' Of Recognition Awards A good salary is not always the only factor in a job. Recognition for good work and respect from fellow employes are also important. This is part of the reason for Employes of the Year awards, Jim Terrell, NT assistant business manager, said Tuesday. "This is not a popularity contest," he said. Employes are judged on several qualities. Factors include knowledge of job, quality of work, initiative, depen- dability, judgment, common sense, at- tendance and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 June 1977

; : • v^. •,v ?' WFmti&trtf Jj..' Spp^ffv.? '.'If ■ \:S:t < -n ' ■ ■■&•■ $ ?4\'. '.'• :' .' 1; '• ' .*. I PAGE 6 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT Signs New Athletes; Recruits Please Coaches By TERRY MARTIN Sports Editor While most people connected with NT were enjoying a short break between the spring and summer semesters, recruiting chores were keeping Mean Green coaches busy. Head basketball coach Bill Blakeley fil- led the remaining two vacancies for his 1977-78 squad by signing James Gam- ble, a 6-foot-2 guard, and A1 Williams, a 6-foot-7 forward. Gamble was an all-district performer in 22-AAAA at Jefferson High School in Port Arthur. Gamble averaged 19.2 points, 11.2 assists, and nine rebounds a game. "Gamble should become a fine point guard in college because he handles the ball so well," said Jimmy Gales, assis- tant basketball coach. WILLIAV Southern llh. a junior transfer from University (SIU), is no Pole Vaulters 1Blown Away' In Tourney George Rodriguez, Denton senior...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 June 1977

The North Texas Daily ■ flfl A mm I • _ • " 60TH YEAR NO. 112 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1977 J 1/ $• > 4 9 Group Files for Wet-Dry Vote Anti-Liquor Forces Aim for July or August Election Date S siiSiV By MARY HENRY Editor A dry organization filed a petition Tuesday afternoon at 1 p.m. with the county clerk calling for an election to prohibit the sale of beer and wine in Denton. Meanwhile, Citizens for Legal Sale (CFLS) is organizing to conduct a wet campaign if the election is called, Stephen Fogg, Denton sophomore, said. The leadership and budget are still in the planning stages. The petition contained 2,379 signatures—468 more than the necessary 1,911 required to force the election if all are verified, the Rev. Joe Hewitt, elec- tion consultant for Concerned Citizens of Denton, said Tuesday. MOST OF THESE signatures we got in the churches around Denton on Sun- day morning," the Rev. Mr. Hewitt said. Concerned Citizens h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 June 1977

mm PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 16, 1977 I f An Editorial 'Drys' Manipulate Statistics Almost any point can be proven or disproven with numbers. Facts, figures and statistics have been used throughout time to prove an argument with each side in a dispute taking the same facts, presenting them in differing manners and arriving at a piece of propoganda to support its viewpoint. A recent example of such figure manipulation surrounds the efforts by the local "dry" forces who are attempting to organize a campaign to prohibit the sale of beer and wine in Denton. In an effort to prove a rising crime rate due to the availabilty of beer and wine within the city, dry force leader Henry Davenport quoted percen- tages of crime increases to Daily representatives last week. Quoting figures from January to April, 1976, and from January to April, 1977, Davenport said the rate of traffic fatalities was up by 200 per cent while the occurrence of rape was up by 500 per cent. Although th...

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