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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1971

The North Texas Daily .1 ; • ♦>') f| 55TH YEAR NO. 13 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1971 Dorm Asks For Change In Visitation Two Clark Hall representatives will go before the President's Cabinet Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. to ask for a 24-hour dorm visitation policy. Cliff McKenzie, Clark Hall spokesman, said Tuesday Dr. Rollin Sininger, vice- president for student affairs, gave the dorm council power to change dorm rules at an informal rap session Monday night. However, Dr. Sininger said Tuesday that changes in visitation policy could not be made until approved by the President's Cabinet and Board of Regents. Dr. Sinin- ger added that he will take the matter be- fore the Cabinet Tuesday. McKenzie said the dorm council imme- diately rescinded the ban on burning in- cense and changed other minor rules to allow for more comfortable living condi- tions. He added that the council could change quiet hours if a majority of dorm residents agreed on the cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday. Septamber 22.1971 Committee Reveals? New Charter EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is the complete text of the new Student Govern- ment Association (SGA) constitution as approved by the SGA Constitution Com- mittee Saturday. CONSTITUTION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY We, the Students of North Texas State University, in order to promote the interests and opinions of the Student Body on mat- ters that affect our lives, to promote proj- ects beneficial to the students; to act as an official voice of the Student Body on mat- ters concerning the welfare of the students; and to consider matters of policy and their implementation, do hereby ordain and establish this Constitution of the Student Government Association of North Texas State University. All provisions of this constitution are subject to the regulations of the Board of Regents at North Texas State University and the Coordinating Board of Texas Colleges and Universi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1971

Wednesday, September 22.1971 Campus Scene Drama Division To Sponsor fEgg Art' To Promote Play The division of drama is sponsoring an "egg art" contest to promote the upcoming production of "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg" Oct. 5-9 in the University Theater. Contestants must in some way use an egg as the theme for an object of art. Repre- sentations of eggs or the actual thing will be accepted, BOB SHELTON, Wichita Falls graduate student and publicity direc- tor, said. The art will be judged and the three best entries will receive two free tickets to the opening night performance of the play. Entries should be submitted to the Drama Division Office located behind the box office in the Speech and Drama Build- ing. The contest deadline is 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. I. "Camelot," winner of three Academy Awards, is this week's Student Activities Union (SAU) movie. This musical recreation of King Arthur's legendary kingdom will be shown in the Main Auditorium at 8 p.m. tonight and Thursday. "The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1971

. iff W PAGE 4—-THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Woods Rambles... One of the few bright spots for North Texas Saturday night at Weber State was the rushing effort of Fred Woods, Eagle halfback. The 6-0, 189 pound Houston senior punctured the Wildcat defense for 96 yards on 14 carries. Frosh To Try Wings In Saturday's Opener "Anxious" is the way Coach Gary Ness describes his Eaglets as they prepare for their season opener with Navarro Junior College on Sept. 25. "The Bulldogs have one of the strongest teams in the nation," Ness said. "Out of the 22 offensive and defensive starters that played last year, 16 are playing this year." The Eaglets are physically smaller this year than in years past. "We're smaller than before but also a lot quicker. We're hoping our quickness SPORTS CAPSULES TUESDAY'S RESULTS: Phi Kappa Sigma 12, Omega Psi Phi 0 PKS 0 6 0 6—12 Omega 0 0 0 0— 0 PKS—King 15 yard pass (run failed) PKS—Remley 7 yard pass (run failed) Sigma Nu 13, Kappa Sigma 0 Sigma Nu 0 0 0 13—13 Kappa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1971

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 14 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1971 CAPS OEP To Keep Tuition Hike Phi Upsilon Omicron To Hold First Meeting Alpha lota chapter of Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, national professional home economics honorary fraternity, will hold its first chap- ter-wide meeting today to plan professional programs for the year and to proof the chapter yearbook. The meeting will be at 3:30 p.m. in Room 232 of the Home Economics-Education Building. Fraternity membership is open to home economics majors. Juniors and seniors must have a 2.8 grade point average, and second semester sophomores a 3.0 grade average. Grade slips should be turned in to the Phi U box in the Home Economics Office, located on the first floor of the building. Initiation for new members will be in November. Sept. 30 New Deadline For Clubs To Register The deadline for campus clubs and or- ganizations to file registrations has been extended until Sept. 30. All clubs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1971

: v, Vi,.. .. .. . _ . ... ^ ^.(V. , v. ;<v..w,iv "" " /•U'6 ■ ■. PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY EDITOR'S NOTE: During the past year, many changes have been made at North Texas. One of the major changes has been made in the area of security on campus. The change from strictly a secur- ity force to a full-fledged police department has left many people confused about the powers and structure of the agency. The following is the first in a two-part series examining the structure, administra- tive personnel and training of the univer- sity police. By GARY MORTON Interpretive Reporter More has happened to the University Police Department this past year than merely changing its name. It has also changed in its structures and duties. Known until last year as the Campus Patrol, the force has now become a full- scale police department. It has expanded its role from that of an internal security force to cover all aspects regularly associ- ated with a police department. THE CHANCE in character...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1971

m Thursday, September 23,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Is' Ld |ne il- I of in ch- |rc, J Id Jiis- Ind at\s ice Ing. Led, ua- it's ISSUES APO Booth Opened Five Days a Week EDITOR'S NOTE: "Issue" is a new 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 to the Daily at Box 5297, North Texas Station, or bring them by the Daily Office, Room 104 of the Journalism Building. The Daily will answer those questions which the staff feels are most important and pertinent to campus life as space permits. Q. When is the lost-and-found booth in the Union Building open? —MR A. The booth is open from 10 a.m. to I p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and on Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., David Walton, who is in charge of the booth, said. Walton, who is a member of Alpha Phi Omega which sponsors the booth, said the service fraternity gathers articles lost al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1971

.. , .1' - -'.-I;:-.:'" "' ' ' ^ '''"* ' PAQC 4—THI NORTH TKXAS DAILY Ceremonies To Salute Smithsonian Birthday WASHINGTON (AP) — The Smith- sonian Institute celebrates its birthday Sun- day, and never in its 125 years has it been a livelier place to visit. The main public ceremony is planned for the National Mall, but special activities related to<the institution's history are sched- uled at other Smithsonian installations which range from New York City and Cambridge, Mass., to Panama and Salam- mbo, Tunisia. PERHAPS ONLY the Smithsonian, which goes blithely on its way collecting everything from beetles and dead snakes to priceless works of art, would celebrate its 125th birthday seven years after staging a huge bicentennial observance. The occasion marked the 200th anniver- sary of the birth of founder James Smith- son; this year is the 125th anniversary of the congressional charter. Sunday afternoon's ceremonies include speeches by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, chancellor of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1971

- - ' Thursday. September 23,1971 Campus Calendar Thursday, Sept. 23 Free University classes start 7:30 p.m. CIRUNA meeting, Room 114, Social Science Building 8 p.m. "Camelot," Main Audi- torium Friday, Sept. 24 5 p.m. APO service project, Park Pond 8 p.m. David Lewis, Burning Bush, United Ministry Center Saturday, Sept. 25 6 p.m. Saturday Thing, Great Hall, United Ministry Center 7:30 p.m. North Texas - New Mexico State, Las Cruces, N.M. Sunday, Sept. 26 7 p.m. Film Society, 4 shows, Bi- ology Building Auditorium Tuesday, Sept. 28 Grove Tube, Third floor lounge, UB 6:30 p.m. Campus Crusade for Christ, Third Floor, UB 8 p.m. "The Wild Bunch " and "Great Comedies," Main Auditorium Wednesday, Sept. 29 Yucca Beauty Contest Grove Tube, Third Floor, UB 8:45 a.m. Blood Drive registration 8 p.m. "Wild Bunch" and "Great Comedies," Main Audi- torium Thursday, Sept. 30 Yucca Beauty Contest 8:45 a.m. Blood Drive registration Grove Tube, Third Floor, UB 8 p.m. "The Wild Bunch" and "Great Comedi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1971

,v ' i HK , * by/J, ;•_.•' v^?' , . : ■ ■ •, ' '/" ' . , . '• •■ ... . PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Roberts Splashes Eagle Soccer Club V «r * ' 4. ' «* * *«■ * <A4 *' " "<•**$* J. M"V< __ pj.%, > * «* ■ ***• ' *1 *¥*/ Getting Their Kicks An unidentified North Texas player fights for the ball for North Texas who plays Texas Tech on much dryer in the Eagle's 4-3 loss to Oral Roberts at the Fouts soil in Lubbock Saturday. Field swamp Wednesday. It was the fourth straight loss —Photo by Bill White Baseball Franchise Mayor Asks Nixon To Pitch DALLAS (AP) — Arlington Mayor Tommy Vandergriff, who was instrumental in getting the Wasington baseball franchise transferred to Dallas-Fort Worth, arrived to a hero's welcome Wednesday and imme- diately invited President Nixon to throw out the first ball in 1972. "We will invite the President down," Vandergriff said. "He said he has nothing STEREO SURPLUS Amplifiers, Preamps, Microphones, Mike Stands and Many Oth- ers. 382-5554 BEST BUY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1971

Mp; ■ Ml The North Texas Daily 56TH YEAR NO. 15 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1971 / SGA Ballot Remains Open To Proposed Constitutions mh: W&. 'WW? Happy (?) Birthday Maury Forman, Houston senior, center, blows out the candles on a cake baked by Candy Chesnut, Denton graduate student, right, as Cindy Hubby, Dallas sopho- more, left, looks on. The cake was baked to celebrate the second year of continuing efforts to provide a stu- dent government. News Capsules Jury Indicts Mutscher In Stock Fraud Case Compiled from (hi- Associated Press Speaker of the House (ius Mutscher and three others were indicted hy the Travis County Grand .Jury Thursday for their parts in the spectacular Texas stock fraud case that has rocked the Texas Legislature. Mutscher and his chief legislative aide, Rush McCinty, appeared at the Iravis County Courthouse and posted bond. Also indicted were Rep. Tommy Shannon of Fort Worth and John Osorio, former stale insurance commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 24,1971 Police Inaugurate Training Program EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is the second in a series of two articles on the university police department. By GARY MORTON Interpretive Reporter On Sept. 1, the University Police Depart- ment hired a full-time training instructor to supervise new recruits and to prepare a program to guide the new officers. Shortly after 9 that night, Mrs. Nancy Temple Stuart, 18-year-old wife of a new campus policeman, was fatally shot as her husband, Doyle, was showing his pistol to some friends in his apartment. The offi- cer, who had been with the department only one week, had not received any train- ing from the force at all in how to handle a gun. WHILE THE department is not respon- sible for the actions of its officers when they are off-duty, it is possible the young woman's life could have been saved if Stuart had received some training in han- dling firearms. The training of new recruits has been one of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1971

Friday, September 24.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 I Campus Scene Free University To Sponsor 'Anthology of Entertainment' "Saturday Things" is scheduled for Saturday at 6 p.m. and again Oct. 2 in the Great Hall of the United Ministry Center, I SO I Maple. The "Saturday Things" is listed in the Free University as an "Anthology of Enter- tainment," and will consist of dance, drama, art, films and a variety of music. Anyone interested in performing or just helping out may contact "Sheldon" at the Family Feed Store, 118 Fry St., on week- day afternoons. The Panhellenic Council will host an College Inn for North Texas' top admin- istrators. Twenty-two administrators and their spouses, including PRESIDENT C.C. (JITTER) NOLEN and MRS. NOLEN are expected to attend. An informal tour of the Inn and a visit to the chapter rooms of the 11 sororities will climax the evening's events. DEAN KENNETH CUTHBERT of the School of Music will leave today to attend a Board of Directors meeting of the T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 September 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY . By GEORGE FOSTER Sports Editor North Texas takes its low-geared of- fense to Las Cruces, N.M. Saturday to play New Mexico State, new Missouri Valley Conference member. The game will count as an MVC game for the Eagles, but not for the Aggies who won't enter the Valley football race until 1972. The Aggies are led by halfback Ron (PO) James, who has moved to seventh place on the NCAA career rushing list. Although aided by a four-year varsity ca- reer (Aggie freshman were eligible prior to NMSU joining the MVC) he has amassed 3,114 yards in the past three years. He passed seven players on the all-time list with 101 yards on 25 carries against Drake in the season opener, but sat out last week's game against Utah State. James needs only seven yards to pass former USC Ail-American Mike Garrett and 17 yards to overtake ex-Texas great Chris Gilbert. Within easy reach this sea- son is the number two all-time rusher West Texas State's Eugene (Mercury) Morris who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1971

The North Texas Daily r 55TH YEAR NO. 16 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1971 Blood Drive To Launch Registration Being 18 years old and weighing at least 110 pounds are the only requirements for signing up Wednesday and Thursday to give blood, Dr. David Fitch, head of this year's drive, said Monday. Sign up dates will be Wednesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at tables located in the gazebo behind the Language Building, of the Union Building, in front of the Social Science Building or in the dorms. According to Dr. Fitch, who is on the business administration faculty, 98 per cent of those who donate find the process painless and feel no adverse effects, such as weakness or dizziness. On the donation dates in October when the student appears, the first thing that takes place is a careful screening to insure the student is not endangering himself or the recipient by donating. Dr. Fitch said Next, the nurse-technician removes a pint of blood fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1971

''''., w: 7f>y FAOt 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 28.1971 I IALOGUE' DAILY: As you see it, of what does your job as academic vice-president consist? FERRE: My job, as 1 sec it, is to be sure that quality education takes place on the campus—to sec that quality education is available. If you had an administrative vice-pres- ident, some areas now under the academic vice-president would be under the admin- istrative vice-president. Some things under administrative vice-president would be under the academic vice-president. DAILY: Do you think having been a faculty member helps you now to see both sides of the situation? FERRE: 1 would say that for academic affairs, it's absolutely essential that a man have been a faculty member in terms of chairmen and deans. It helps with other areas, but is not absolutely essential in other areas. I think the further away you are from the classroom the more difficult it is to be sensitive to student concerns and to get a good education—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1971

Iff! I . "'V'"* V'.' K0KH9IIHV TWT-1H i"' ■:'.j,HWm ' $$£$ <* Tuesday, September 28,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Campus Scene 'Groove Tube' Satirizes TV, Will Run Three Days in UB Two nude bodies slowly move toward an unmade bed. An anonymous blonde and a skinny guy are caught on film. Then two sportscasters sound out with play-by-play action on the love-making. "Now he's bringing his left hand into play. There's a downward sweep. . .a stroke .. .How about that technique!" The constant American institution, the television, is under attack. The crusader is the satirical film "Groove Tube." Presented by the Student Activities Union (SAU), this television take-off will run today, Wednesday and Thursday in the big lounge on the third floor of the Union Building. Showings will be at noon, 2, 4 and 8 p.m., except there will be no 8 p.m. show on Thursday. Price is 50 cents at the door. "Groove Tube," created by Kenneth Shapio and Lane Sarasohn, is a collection of 28 taped sketches ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1971

' •' v l;'VP '■ 14—THi NORTH TBXAt DAILY Tuesday, September 28,1071 Eaglets Drop Opener Senior Guard pause |n Eagle Schedule ————— Now Listed As Serious May Revive Sores, Scoring 1st Half Proves Fatal to Frosh In 22-0 Loss On the bus coming beck to Denton, Freshman Coach Gary Ness told his team "It was a good effort, but it wasn't a win."' The Eaglets dropped their opening game to nationally-ranked Navarro Junior Col- lege of Corsicana, 22-0. That old phrase that "it was a game of halves" was certainly true against Navarro. AFTER GIVING up all 22 points to the Bulldogs in the first half, the freshmen seemed to mature as the game went on- sustaining good drives and stymying Navar- ro offensive thrusts. "I didn't prepare them for the pitch and we didn't close on the outside," Ness said. SHUTTING OFF the ground game of the Eaglets, Navarro forced North Texas to take to the air. Herman Hardin of De Leon started at quarterback and hit 10 of 28 passes. Donovan McFadin of North Dallas and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1971

The North Texas 56TH YEAR NO. 17 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1971 • . I jbl Cabinet Grants Visitation Policy By PEGGY SMITH Daily Reporter During a meeting of the President's Cabi- net Tuesday morning. President C. C. (Jitter) Nolen approved the general visi- tation policy for the men's residence halls. The new visitation regulations state that men's dorms may have visitation from noon to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from noon to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Satur- day. THESE HOURS will not go into effect until the administration has a chance to discuss them with the dorm managers and resident assistants. "We don't want them feeling like we are putting it on them whether or not they like it," Dr. Rollin Sininger, vice-president for student affairs, said in reference to the dorm managers. "We will implement the new policies as soon as we are able to include it in the ma- chinery of the system," Nolen said. Dr Gustave A. Ferre, vice-president fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1971

PAQE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Me/r Says U.S. Slowing Peace Efforts TEL AVIV (AP) - Premier Golda Meir contends that the United States is under- mining its own quest for a Middle East peace by denying Israel deliveries of war- planes. Egypt is likely to see this as grounds for not compromising in peace efforts, she says, and in a situation where Egypt is receiving a continuous injection of mili- tary aid from the Soviet Union, the im- balance might encourage Cairo into a new battle against Israel. MRS. MEIR stressed this issue during an hour-long interview in her Tel Aviv office with the general manager of The Associated Press, Wes Gallagher. The withholding of American Phantom fighter planes is thought by many Israelis to be Washington's way of squeezing con- cessions from Jerusalem and breaking the Middle East diplomatic deadlock. Mrs. Meir also made these points: • Her government has been ready to return to the peace talks under U.N. envoy Gunnar V. Jarring but is not prepared to a...

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