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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1976

• • # % 4 ♦ « V I • • \ ' I' ' 'i ■ ■ « ♦ I • 1 • • % I • • • A • f • r i i t \ t * *4 .* 1 t < ♦ i \ ♦ # ' i • « * \ Friday, April 23, 1976 Musicians Get Awards Honors Day Several music students will receive recognition for outstanding scholastic achievement and service at the Pi Kappa Lambda annual Music School Honors Day program at 11 a.m. today in the Music Recital Hall. The guest speaker will be Dr. Marceau C. Myers, dean of the School of Music. The winners of the Pi Kappa Lambda Honor Awards are Christopher Adkins, freshman; Leslie Ing, sophomore; Deborah Petty, junior; Marc Johnson, senior; Martha Whitmore, master's can- didate; and Michael Richman, doctoral candidate. WINNERS OF THE Outstanding Music Education Education Student Award are Teresa Wickliffe, vocal; and Mike Adamcik, instrumental. The winners of the Mu Phi Epsilon awards are Mary Kay Adams, Sterling Achievement Award; Diane Petty, Out- standing Freshman Woman in Music Award; and Deborah Petty, Out- standing P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1976

% s . PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Pearls Vie For Omega Beauty Title Phi Gamma chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity will host its first annual "Miss Omega Pageant" in the Main Auditorium Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets, at J 1.50 in advance or $2 at the door, may be purchased from any member of Omega Psi Phi or the Omega Pearls, Omega Psi Phi's auxiliary. Approximately 40 Omega Pearls from North Texas and TWU will enter the pageant, seeking the title of "Miss Omega Psi Phi," fraternity member David Johnson, Dallas junior, said Wednesday. The first runner-up will be titled "Miss Omega," second runner-up, "Miss Psi" and third runner-up, "Miss Phi." "The contestants will do a modern dance routine and will model formal, sports and casual wear in which they will be judged on poise, beauty and per- sonality," Johnson said. "The contestants will also be judged on enthusiasm and dedication in fraternity-auxiliary participation," he added. Music will be furnished by sax- ophonist Alvin Johnson...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1976

Friday, April 23, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY — PAGE 5 ♦ t t « * • I I ♦ ♦ • 4 % • t • 9 • % « I f I I I* ' \ <l* ■ ♦ I ■ • t I • « 1 • I % I J ! 4 ♦ • A • •1 N # # / \ t UFOIogist To Speak At NT Physics Day Laser demonstrations, films of space flights and a speech by unidentified fly- ing object (UFO) expert Dr. J. Allen Hynek will highlight the annual Physics Day, which will be held Saturday in the Physics-Math Building. Dorms Fill Late Night Munchies Free late night snacks for dormitory residents will be provided during exam week, Mrs. Mary McCutcheon of University Food Services said recently. A mimeographed sheet listing four groups of food has been sent to each dorm. Choices were limited to three items within each group. Food Services will distribute food ac- cording to the percentages of residents who have meal plans. The varieties of food in each group are group I, donuts or fruit; group II, in- dividually packaged items such as crack- ers and cookies; group III, individual...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 April 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 23, 1976 «' • V Jk f V C 1 * MA**. j '■>; Mean Green Battles White In Football Game Saturday ' i*-1,, * Is That "Too Tall"? Photo by ART CHAPMAN Quarterback Ken Washington faces overwhelming odds as he tries to pass at football practice. The two offensive and two defen- sive squads will have their final practice this afternoon before the annual Green-White scrimmage Saturday. By NEIL HORN Dally Reporter "It'll be a real interesting and colorful game. One thing about it, North Texas is going to win." That was Head Football Coach Hayden Fry's assessment of Saturday's Green-White intrasquad game. Kick off for the annual scrimmage is 2 p.m. at Fouts Field. Admission is free for NT students with ID and $1 for all others. "The game ought to be a good ball game," he said Thursday. "It should be better than in previous years because of better depth." FRY SAID THE decision on how to divide the squad will not come until after meeting with his staf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1976

The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 11I Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1976 i • tm ■ . MM&w mm .1 t ■Ml 8 f 85 g* Regents Vote 5-3 Against Request for Alcohol in UB Making His Point Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS An emotional anti-liquor speech is given by Regent Carroll Sulli- vant as Dr. Roy Busby, regent secretary, listens. Sullivant's words were heeded as the sale of liquor In the Union Building was rejected by the regents in a vote of 5-3. The North Texas Board of Regents re- jected a proposal to allow the sale and consumption of beer and wine in the Union Building (UB) in a recent meeting. The regents voted 5-3 against the proposed university policy. The decision will not change the existing ad- ministrative policy prohibiting con- sumption of alcoholic beverages in residence halls and in other areas. Regent Hugh Wolfe of Stephenville, who prompted the move against the policy, read a strongly worded prepared statement in which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1976

PAGE 2 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 10, 1976 An Editorial Students Merit Choice The North Texas Board of Regents' recent deci- sion not to remove the prohibition on the sale of beer and wine on campus, is not in accordance with the desire of most of the university com- munity. The regents vote was 5-3 against the proposal, which was endorsed by Jane Smith, vice-president of student affairs, in response to student request. Those five regents who voted against the proposal, chose to ignore the expressed desire by students to be allowed to purchase i cer or wine in the Union Builuiiig 'UB). Many students support and put themselves through college, which is a much greater respon- sibility than that which has been denied them by the regents. Isn't that what the issue is about—responsibility and not moral beliefs as some regents claim it to be? Who has the right to judge if it is moral or im- moral to consume an alcoholic beverage? Regent William Jammar Jr. of Brownwood, speakin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1976

* # I 4 S 4 ' vi I i I ; i ; * i ' i ' * ■ *• I i ' « ■ « v • \ • i • f ' « ' * ' «< ' i « 1 i • ♦ w *.• « « • Thursday, June 10, 1970 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 Financial Problems Delay SAU Plans The schedule of summer programs of- fered by the Student Activities Union (SAU) is not yet final, according to Wayne Burnette, SAU program adviser. Burnette said the program of summer events has been affected by two things— Union Building (UB) maintenance ex- penses and a limited SAU budget. IT WAS DECIDED in May, due to cooling expenses, that the UB would close each day at 4 p.m. The decision to close early created difficulties in estab- lishing SAU programs, Burnette said. Also, Burnette said, the SAU is hampered by a reduced summer budget. "The extent of the programs in the new building during the spring semester depleted the program budget," he said. However, he said, the SAU hopes to have enough funds to provide programs in many areas. Several activities already have been sched...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1976

PAGE 4 - THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r Thursday, June 10, 1970 / Slow Deal Not everyone at registration stands in long, hot lines to show a yellow-topped card Cindy Snyder, Robinson, III. senior, left, and Judy Stange, Denton senior, play cards. This summer 8,103 students registered com- pared to 8,333 who registered this time last year. ^Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS * Grade Policies Change in Fall Bicentennial, Health, Music NT Hosts Summer Programs A free concert tonight at 8:15 in the Main Auditorium highlights the closing days of the Bicentennial Workshop of American Organ Music sponsored by the School of Music. It is one of several summer workshops on campus. The workshop, which ends Friday, focuses on American organ music from colonial times through last year, Dr. Charles Brown of the music faculty said. "Though the organ was not universally accepted in colonial times, and there were many churches and music halls that did not even have an organ, there were also times of great popularity ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1976

Thursday, June 10, 1976 • ♦ ♦ • • • 4 % ♦ r , \ • i . i • ♦ ' « i « i • 2,2 00 Join Exes In May Ceremonies A beautiful day, a cool coliseum and a short ceremony marked the 1976 spring commencement at North Texas. The Rev. Murphy Wilds of the First Minicourse Pair Starts This Week Two noncredit minicourses are being offered by the Services for Women and Returning Students during the first summer session. Belly dancing, divided into beginning, intermediate I, intermediate II and ad- vanced classes, is being taught by Sandi Reynolds. The beginning class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. The in- termediate I class convenes Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m.; the in- termediate II, Wednesdays at 7 p.m. and Thursdays at 8 p.m.; and the advanced class, Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Assertive training, taught by Marilyn Walker, meets Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in Wooten Hall 118. The cost for each course is $12. The classes are open to anyone, and registra- tion can be made through the Dean of Students O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 June 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 10, 1976 Three Winners Join NT Staff Three new staff members—an ad- ministrator, a coach for women's basketball and tennis and a soccer coach will join the NT athletic staff next fall. Women athletes will gain the services of Dolores Ann Copeland. who will fill the position of associate director of athletics, and Cherri Rapp, who will coach the women's basketball and tennis teams. Simon Sanchez, a successful high school and youth soccer coach, has been named to coach the NT soccer team in its first year of intercollegiate competi- tion. MISS COPELAND comes to North Texas from TWU where she coached volleyball for six years. The TWU volleyball team placed second in the last four years in the women's state tournament and qualified five of the last seven years for the national tournament. Prior to coaching at TWU, Miss Copeland coached three years at Kansas State College of Pittsburg and one year at the University of Kansas. The position of as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1976

Center To Enhance NT Police Efficiency The NT Visitor Center, which is expected to be completed by January, will double the efficiency of the university's police department, Dr. Jack Barton, director of police, said Wednesday, The Visitor Center, which will begin construction in early July, will be operated by the police department with the dual purpose of providing visitors with information about North Texas and serving as headquarters for the department. "We're the only department on campus that's open 24 hours a day, and we've been operating as a visitor center without really knowing it," said Dr. Barton. "This new building will be extremely functional. We won't gain that much in square footage, but the structure and arrangement of the center will double our efficiency," he said. The $303,112 building, designed by Jarvis Putty Jarvis, Inc., will be built by Denton Construction Co. It will be located on the corner of Avenue E and Eagle along Interstate 35. Dr. Barton said the new ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1976

Thursday, June 17, 1970 PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Vicki Walling Downs UB Pitches 'Shutout' It's like the television commercial of the youth running to the basketball court only to find locked gates. Only at North Texas it's a student rushing to the Union Building (UB) at 4 p.m. finding locked doors. The UB, designed to be a meeting place for stu- dents and the center of their activities, now with its early closing, has defeated its initial purpose. The UB has now partially become inaccessible to students. Each student at registration is required to pay a UB fee of 57 per summer session (to be raised to S7.50 per summer session in 1977). This fee is also required of night students. Night students now have no access to the building at night and have no option of paying the fee or not. Thus, they are charged for a building they would rarely use, if at all. Lindsay Keffer, assistant director of UB facilities, said options are still being looked into for keeping the building open. He ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1976

Thursday, June 17, 1976 i t « « •4 V « 4 • • « ♦ i * * ♦ • * i k ♦ I 9 • • 1# ng he ed $2 :rs of is- 4oe 1ES I t f • « ♦ « • Summer Plays Open June 23 Two productions, "The Tiger" and "A Phoenix Too Frequent," under the direction of Johnny Williams, manager and director of the Denton Community Theatre, will begin June 23-25 in the Speech Communication and Drama Building. According to Williams the productions—all comedies—should provide an "unusual evening of theatre." "The Tiger" is an award winning story of a mail carrier's revolt against society as he kidnaps a housewife. Wil- liams said, "I think it's gorgeous. I can identify with it and it's very enter- taining." The cast includes Diana Ingraham, Lubbock senior, and Rich Duhon, New Jersey senior. "A Phoenix Too Frequent" is the story of a pious widow who mourns the death of her recently deceased husband—until a handsome Roman guard appears. Appearing in the play are Karl Brinkman, Denton junior; Joy Poth, Dallas sophomore; and S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1976

PAGE 4 — THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 17, 1976 Tl tlllcate FREE! £' '"■( ru&'f •* t \;J ■ •• ;• •••< . .' ■v 1 h « «# . f ' ^'(.W i <;/<„ ^i'ViV f 8? - ST ?a$. :-v " ...' iMSM v VARSITY II In Carriage Square Or Four Seasons in Denton Center And don't forget your 10% Student or Faculty Discount FIND US! . . . and see what all we have! • Jockey Sportswear & Underwear • Faded Glory (For Guys and Gals) • Jaymar Chief and Champion Slacks • Jarmon, Bostonian and A. G. Shoes and Sandals • Brentwood Sportswear • Accent Shirts • Circus Maximus • Excello Shirts • Tex Tan Belts • Varsity Town & Merit Suits • Plus All the latest Fashions and Colors in Tuxedo Rentals (Just show your I.D.—Register and Recieve your Gift Certificate— One to a customer.) BankAmericaao 382-1713 Monday thru Friday 9 to 6 1005 Ave. C in Carriage Square <b i % t • *4 u < •

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1976

Thursday, June 17, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 5 ' ♦i ^ 4 I Q : ■ i « * r% U > < < ♦ 4 Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS Re-Tired Academic Administrator Accepts Dallas Ministry Either the owner of this bicycle carries a spare tire or some frustrated thief left the chained tire and took the rest. HEW To Increase Aid Fund 3,500 NT Students to Receive Benefits By DAVID MATUSTIK News Editor From school administrator to the ministry may seem to be a big jump for some, but Dr. Gustave Ferre takes it in stride. Dr. Ferre will become senior minister of the First Community Church of Dal- las in September. Former vice-president of academic affairs, Dr. Ferre is current- ly vice-president for medical affairs ad interim at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM). WHEN FIRST approached by the pulpit committee about being in con- sideration for senior minister. Dr. Ferre said that he was rather surprised because he had never thought of going back into the ministry full-time. Dr. Ferre h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 June 1976

PAGE 6-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 17, 1970 Slow Start Handicaps Golfers; 1,213 Score Earns 22nd Place 4 •I ■I By BRUCE HOWARD Special Writer After u disappointing first round, the golf team rebounded to finish 22nd in the 79th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championships last week in Albequerque, N.M. It was the 31st consecutive appearance in the NCAA for NT, a tournament which invites only the top teams to its elite field. NT Football Gains 'Big' NCAA Rating Balance Beam? Photo by RONDA PHILLIPS Angela Whaley lends her little sister, Laura, a helping hand on the balance beam. The pair, daughters of Dr. Donald Whaley of the psychology faculty, are participating in the Introductory gym- nastics classes being held in the Lab School Gym until August 20. The Mean Green football team may be included in a Super Football Division of the National Collegiate Athletic As- sociation (NCAA) if the proposal by a NCAA committee is approved in January. The NT squad was i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1976

7 I I •? J' . . i * • \ \ i v i < I • i , t t i The North Texas Daily 59TH YEAR NO. 113 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1976 mini J Photot by RONDA PHILLIPS Late! Exterior and frame shell work is now being done on the General Academics Building, next to People's Park. Originally scheduled for completion by September, the completion has now been set for April. Goodberry Construction Co. is in charge of exterior work. Organization Will Provide County Emergency Service By DAVID ENGELMANN Daily Reporter The Board of Directors of Westgate Memorial Hospital Tuesday approved the formation of a nonprofit organiza- tion solely for ambulance services in Denton County, Tim Austin, assistant administrator for Westgate Hospital, said Wednesday. The organization, to be called the Emergency Medical Services of Denton, will preside over all ambulance services in the event of a merger of emergency operations between Westgate and Flow Memorial H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1976

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Wall' Separates Studies r'--. V- Thursday, June 24, 1976 Joan McClendon A wall of silence stands between the psychology department and the counseling education division. Many psychology and counseling education ma- jors are required to take the same courses and are working toward the same goals. So it is ironic that the department and division are sitting in opposite corners whispering the possibilities of merging into one, each expecting the other to hear. In August 1975 Dr. Joel Butler, chairman of the psychology department in the College of Arts and Sciences, asked Dr. Jim Pearson, dean of that col- lege, and Dr. Miles Anderson, vice-president of academic affairs, about the possibility of combin- ing the psychology department with the counseling education division. No action was taken. "This university can't afford two departments of psychology," Dr. Butler said recently. And ac- cording to Dr. George Robb, head of the counsel- ing educat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1976

Thursday, June 24, 1976 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - PAGE 3 Daily Review •« t ' * - \ l> 0 * fr ; f I. M t; H ): j! I ! ! i . V ) I 11 « i 4 ■\ 1 « ) Phoenix Humor Soars By JOAN MCCLENDON Amusements Editor Love has the ability to conquer, and working in combination with good scripts the result is...well, promising. Two comedies, "The Tiger" and "A Phoenix Too Frequent," gave their opening night performances last night in the Studio Theater of the Speech Com- munication and Drama Building. Per- formances continue tonight and Friday. Both plays, directed by Johnny Wil- liams, Fort Worth graduate student, detail the unusual circumstances in which love suddenly develops. THE BETTER of the two perfor- mances is "A Phoenix Too Frequent." The play takes place in a tomb where Dyamene mourns her dead husband and anticipates joining him. She reverses loyalties when a handsome Roman soldier wanders into the tomb looking for a place to eat his dinner. At first it is difficult to understand the fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 June 1976

■" - - ■ ■ PAGE 4 —THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT Students Rank Last In Food Stamp Report By NELSON JOHNSON Daily Reporter North Texas ranked last in a comp- troller general's report on student par- ticipation in the food stamp program. The April 29 report showed the percentage of students on the program varied greatly among the six selected un- iversities studied. San Francisco State University was first with 13 per cent (1,450 students) participating while NT was last with less than one-half per cent (40 students) us- ing stamps. Food stamps are coupons used in- stead of cash to buy food and seeds at siores which accept tltem. The coupons can't be used to buy tobacco, alcoholic beverages, or inedible merchandise ac- cording to the State Department of Public Welfare. Households with a low income may qualify for food stamps. A "household," as defined by the Welfare Department, is a group of people living together, buying and cooking meals together and sharing income and expenses. Most hou...

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