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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 June 1977

■ / '■ .!■.,/ \,:,H I Thursday, June 16, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 1 > i : Gallery Exhibits Art of Weaving "The Wcavings of Guatemala," an exhibit of hand-woven clothing, opened Wednesday and will be on display in the Art Building Gallery from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until June 24. The exhibit features authentic costumes used in Guatemalan ceremonies and daily activities, said Jane Bechtold, assistant director of the Gallery. The Texas Cultural Alliance sponsors the exhibit which has been on tour throughout the state, she said. Each village in Guatemala has its own style. Designs are preserved in part by the apprentice system. After learning basic techniques, beginning weavers are given pattern designs to master. This practice helps preserve the traditional designs of the village and family clan, according to display material. Most of the patterns in the exhibit are embroidery and some are needlepoint. All the yarn is handspun. Tie-dyed fabric, called "jaspes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 June 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 16, 1977 Th " ■ |P k ■*;:*R; : x; , hRHWkHU §*& •. iijtfMS* Jogging Catches On Faculty, Staff Enjoy Run Slow Start. . .Hot Finish Photo by ELISE KNOX Delbert Overstreet, Physical Plant director, jogs off-track jogging has changing scenery, joggers along one of the many off-track routes. Although must beware of traffic, dogs and flying golf balls. NT Summer Conferences Include Defense, Aging, Oil Conferences on civil preparedness, offshore oil and mental health and aging are being sponsored by the University Center for Community Services, the In- stitute of Applied Sciences and the Center for Studies in Aging. More than 40 civil defense officials from Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, New Mexico and Arkansas arrived in Denton Monday to begin an extensive one week civil preparedness career development training course. The program is conducted by the Defense rivil Preparedness Agency and focuses on those activities that federal, state and local...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 June 1977

Thursday, June 16, 1977 y£ \ A, _ ■'i ' 3 ">,'/■ - 5 ' ViS >>*•* SW> * : THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 I * I ' ' i > f " 1 -b , v k <i > Birth Control Pills Prove Safest for Young Women Afternoon Delight Photo by ELISE KNOX A North Texas student enjoys a peaceful end to a summer day at the rock quarry on Texas Hwy. 289, seven miles north of University Drive. The water filled quarry is a favorite retreat for sunning. Counseling Center Offers Three Skills Workshops Three skills workshops will be offered by the Counseling and Testing Center this summer. The free workshops are designed to help students cope with problems in their personal lives, Bob Wernick of the staff said Monday Workshops being offered are: Interpersonal Skills Group is open to any NT student who would like to improve his interpersonal skills. The group will meet on Thursdays from 2 to 3:30 p.m. starting either June 16 or 23, he said. The sessions will last eight weeks. Effective Parenting Worksho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 June 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Fall Season Ticket Sales Reach 1,700 Season ticket sales for the 1977 foot- ball season have almost equalled the total number of season tickets sold last year, Keith Shelton of the Athletic Council said Wednesday. 1,700 season tickets have been sold for the coming season. 1,800 season tickets were sold last year and more than half of those were sold in August and September, Shelton said. The council will hold a 10-day ticket drive in late August and early September aimed at selling 4,000 season tickets to faculty and staff. The drive will be held within various departments, similar to the way the United Fund drive is held, Shelton said. NT faculty and staff receive a 50 per cent discount on tickets. The council voted to extend the dis- count to include members of the TWU faculty and staff, Shelton said. A separate drive will be conducted at TWU. The Mean Green will play four home games next year. Two of those games (SMU and UT-Arlington) will be played a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 June 1977

•v i V • j j.' •1- ■ M . n The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 113 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1977 1) Regents Approve Increase In Student Fees for Fall By MARY HENRY Editor The Board of Regents approved three student rate increases and announced a new vice-president for academic affairs at its meeting last Friday. A 7 per cent increase in room rates in the residence halls was approved to maintain the same operation level as last year. The increase is due to rising utility and maintenance costs and increased salaries, President C. C. Nolen said. Student Union fees will increase SI per regular semester and 50 cents per summer term. The total fees will be $16 each semester and $8 each summer term. STUDENT HEALTH service fees will increase $2 for each regular semester and SI for each summer term, making the total fees a maximum of $7 for each regular semester and $3.50 for each sum- mer term. "When the Union Building was designed, we had no idea how m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 June 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 23, 1977 An Editorial Anita Squeezes Individual Rights Dade County, Fla., voters recently vetoed an ordinance that banned discrimination against homosexuals in employment and housing. The anti-gay forces were led by entertainer and orange juice promoter Anita Bryant. Miss Bryant's campaign was based on Biblical quota- tions and scare tactics. She said if God favored homosexuality He would have put Adam and Bruce in the Garden of Eden. Inez Wilcox, a school teacher in the Anita Bryant camp, used similar arguments by saying, "I don't know what the Bible says about gay peo- ple, but I do know that Jesus said go out and have children. I believe in the word of God so I went out and had 10. Could a gay couple follow the word of God like that?" Miss Bryant said homosexual teachers might molest children. Gay rights supporters say statistics show most sexual attacks on children are by heterosexuals, not homosexuals. But teachers, whether homosexual...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 June 1977

S 'V ! ' I ' ft..' « ♦ • • 1 .«■> 4: , \ i Thursday, June 23, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 xRiver' Anthology Opens Tuesday By PATRICIA BULL Daily Reporter The Summer Repertory Theater will present "Spoon River Anthology" directed by Dr. Ralph Culp of the speech and drama faculty Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Each night the play will be presented in the Univer- sity Theater at 8 p.m. Student Art Finds Place In Collection Thirty-eight prints, watercolors and drawings have been added to the perma- nent collection of the art department. Works previously in the collection were those chosen from the art students' portfolios at the end of the semester. "This practice was stopped in 1971 because the students' best work was usually selected and they were not get- ting paid for it," said Dr. Jack Davis, chairman of the art department. After the practice was stopped, Regent Bruce Street of Graham made a contribution to found the Edward Mat- til Purchase Award for the permanent colle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 June 1977

fffif•' 'iff ||p> i I PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 23, 1977 ,y ' -f' i&af'vV'''''r- ffijtff.* Silvey, Harriss Receive Professor Emeritus Rank Learning Games Photos by ELISE KNOX Jessie Bruja, 4, participates in an Indian game called Lummi sticks while Amy Jorgen, 5, learns Tinickling, a Philippine stick dance. The children are involved in an elementary games and rhythms class taught by education students as part of the Elementary Movement Program. The program is designed to give students an opportunity for ac- tual teaching experience. Dr. J.K.G. Silvey, distinguished professor of biological sciences, and Beulah A. Harriss formerly of the physical education faculty were con- ferred emeritus status by the Board of Regents Friday. Eligibility for appointment as emeritus professor requires a recommendation from the faculty member's department and administrative approval. The faculty member must hold a professorial rank at the time of retire- ment, must have been a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 June 1977

'• V <r / t V 1 Thursday, June 23, 1077 r THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Murray's xCold Shiver' Leads to Pulitzer Prize By RUTHANNE BROC'KWAY Staff Writer When Lufkin News editor Joe Murray heard the story of how a mentally defective Marine was beaten to death, he said it "sent a cold shiven down my spine." Thanks to that shiver and weeks of investigative reporting, the News produced stories that led to a Presidential inquiry and con- gressional recommendations to reform Marine training. It also won the 14,000 circulation news- paper the top award in jour- nalism, the Pulitzer Prize for public service. Murray, who spoke to NT jour- nalism students last week, said he and reporter Ken Herman didn't write the stories with any awards in mind. "We weren't interested in the so called 'scoop,' we were interested in getting something done. And that's the real prize—the changes you can bring about," he said. J.A. (Bo) Bryan, great-uncle of * Joe Murray Pvt. Lynn h McClure, was the man who d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 June 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 23, 1977 Denton Pro-Am To Feature Stars iMMl V-' r MM*'#ir iW-k By Kenneth Washington Daily Reporter Former NT golfer Don January, Dal- las Cowboy Head Football Coach Tom Landry and Joe Greene of the Pitts- burgh Steelers head the Held of the 12th annual Denton Pro-Am Saturday and Sunday at the Denton Country Club. The field will include touring members of the Professional Golfers As- sociation (PGA), club professionals, celebrities, and members of the Denton Country Club. Thirty-one pros will be playing for $12,500 in prize money, with a top prize of SI,150 in the 36-hole tournament. THE PROS will team with celebrities and club members to play for a team championship. The teams will be com- posed of one pro, one celebrity and three club members. In addition to low pro and low team championships, low celebrity, low gross member and low net member honors will be awarded. Along with the prize money, five automobiles will be awarded Front Off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 June 1977

J * • I The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 114 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1977 4 .School's '78 Funding i i/ ■i k Wins Governor's Nod \ /' By MARY K. O'NEILL Daily Reporter Gov. Dolph Briscoe approved the 1978-1979 budget for NT exactly as the legislature passed it, John Carter, vice- president for fiscal affairs, said Tuesday. Four special items vetoed by Briscoe for 1976-1977 were approved for the coming biennium, Carter said. The fiscal 1978 budget of $37,504,794 represents an increase of 18.32 per cent over the fiscal 1977 figure of $31,697,153. The $5,807,641 increase comes primarily from a higher major repair fund and from the four special items. THE INCREASE for fiscal 1979 is only 10 per cent more than the current fiscal year, Carter said. This is caused by the major repair item being budgeted for fiscal 1978 only. However, any unused funds from this item can be carried over to fiscal 1979, he said. Of the $37.5 milli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 June 1977

KSP'-P •: ' ' 'I i ^ B8PSP PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 30, 1977 I ; * v • f h An Editorial l976:Hard Act To Follow July 4, 1976, was celebrated with parades, pic- nics and fanfare. Almost every city, no matter what size, threw a bash in honor of "Pioneer Days," "Frontier Days," "Patriots' Roundup" or "The Old Cattle Drive." America's bicentennial year was honored with numerous activities, and with a shocking number of commercial ventures which attempted to capitalize on the public's desire to commemorate the nation's 200th birth- day. This year's Fourth of July observance promises to be a real disappointment compared with the hoopla of last year. Families will have to concoct their own holiday activities. But perhaps that is just as well. A country cannot live on the enthusiasm of its citizens alone for patriotic celebrations, no matter how inspiring the fireworks may be or how loudly the band may play. If there is not determination among the citizens to support thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 June 1977

V Thursday, June 30, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 4 \ ' i i \ / ' I > > ( V ♦ t i *l> n- ig ie 12 cl iy. 06 UPC Plans Disco Beat In Lounge The Rock Bottom Lounge will swing to a disco beat when it reopens this fall. Union Activities Adviser Wayne Burnette said the Union Programs Com- mittee (UPC) will purchase by the end of September, between $1,000 and J 1,200 worth of new disco equipment for danc- ing. The idea for a disco came from stu- dents on the Rock Bottom Lounge Committee, a subcommittee of the UPC. As a result, Burnette and Mary C. Yates, assistant director of student activities, began shopping for the equipment. "The lounge already has a sound system; all we need is the turntable and microphone console, known as a disco board. We're looking for the portable type so we can take the equipment to other areas, like Kerr Hall, for dances," Burnette said. Ms. Yates is responsible for gathering technical information and specifications for an appropriate model. "We'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 June 1977

- -W ' PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, Juno 30, 1977 Fun and Games Members of a Early Childhood and Kindergarten Education class learn from the child's eye view. Dr. Gloria Robinson (right) leads the class in outdoor play activities that put the prospective teachers in the position of the child. Ac- tivities include taking hikes, throwing balls, building with blocks, playing with sand and water, running and jumping. The students are able to gain insights on the significance of social in- teractions during play. Photos by ELISE KNOX Graduate Council Allows Language Substitution By MARY O'NEILL Daily Reporter The Graduate Council on June 15 ap- proved a new option to skip the language requirement for Ph.D. can- didates in certain majors and added six graduate courses for next year. The council reaffirmed the policy con- cerning transfer of graduate credit from other schools and approved a policy on students who attempt final courses at another institution. "The present universi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 June 1977

\ f "I i J' riffllni iMMnPi (f i f . i f . < i i , i . .11 k 4 i \ i t > ! I I i i i • u 1 I Thursday, June 30, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Book Studies Slave South Authors Examine Myth of Equality in North Take My Mudpack, Please Photo by ELISE KNOX It's not very often one finds a student getting a mudpack treatment and wearing a computer printout bib . . . unless it's in Dr. Benny Russell's chemistry class. Here Gabe Cordero, Fabens senior, gets a mudpack made by the class and applied by Carla Denise Jackson, Denton senior. By KAREN GARVEY Dally Reporter A book recently published by two history faculty members measures the slave South against the pre-Civil War North and today's society. "Wealth and Power in Antebellum Texas," by Dr. Richard G. Lowe and Dr. Randolph B. Campbell, concerns Negro slavery and the American "egalitarian ideal," described as an op- timistic view of American society. "People generally think of the American South as an exception to the American ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 June 1977

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ' S Uk'i; a '.V; ..... ■ ■ A ■ ' • ,'w*-• . ■ •/' • "••• '■ v - / ' '> ■ ' ;->• Thursday, June 30, 1977 \ Cullins' Record Nets Win Golfers Honor January at Pro-Am Sounds of Silence You could hear a pin drop when Mean Joe Greene stepped to the first tee in Saturday's first round of the Denton Country Club Pro- Am. Mean Joe got a big laugh when he hacked his drive into the trees but the gallery gave him nothing but applause. Greene dem- onstrated why he plays pro- fessional football Instead of golf, finishing the first round with a score of 120. Photo by ELISE KNOX By TERRY MARTIN Sports Editor Denton's Guy Cullins shot a record- breaking eight under par 63 in Sunday's final round of the 12th annual Denton Country Club Pro-Am to win the event for the second time in three years. The win netted the Denton Country Club as- sistant pro SI,ISO. Cullins chipped in from just off the 18th green for an eagle to set the com- petitive course record. His 63 was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 July 1977

.. au&H.■MMl V H The North Texas Daily 60TH YEAR NO. 115 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1977 8' ii >. Hill Validates Petition; # 'Drys' Force Election \ \ By CHARLES SOOBY Daily Reporter The petition calling for another local option election was validated Tuesday by Mary Jo Hill, Denton County clerk. "There were 2,445 names on the peti- tion. I am certifying 2,069 as qualified voters," Mrs. Hill said. The petition will go before the Denton County Commissioners Court Monday when an election date will be set. Ac- cording to the law, the date must be no fewer than 20 days and no more than 30 days from the time the petition goes to the commissioners. The election must be on a Tuesday or a Saturday, making the date either Aug. 2,6 or 9. Should Denton vote dry, plans for the sale of beer and wine in the Rock Bot- tom I ounge would be cancelled. Stu- dent Legal Adviser C. J. Taylor said if Denton is voted dry, alcohol on the campu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 July 1977

PAGE 2-THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 'Charlie' Mural Leaves Fence, Moves to Krum By NANNETTE McGRATH, Daily Reporter What has happened to Charlie? Apparently the disapperance on June 8 of the 6-by- 8-foot portrait of a construction worker has caused student concern. The portrait was painted on the wall surrounding the construction area of the nfew music complex on Avenue D. Never fear, though; Charlie Ratliffs daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann Stocker of Krum, has the mural. Ratliff is the worker portrayed in the mural. Mrs. Stocker tried to contact the artist, David Baker, but couldn't because he was not enrolled in summer school. "I knew he was painting a picture on the side of a building just off the square, but I always missed him when I went by there," Mrs. Stocker said. She wanted him to paint a smaller portrait of her father for her home. Mrs. Stocker learned from a Daily article that Baker had no particular intention for the mural. She asked the supervisor of the construction if he would allo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 July 1977

Ml' Thursday, July 7, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 I <1 i A \ t 4t i t V Craftsman Mark Dohner, Denton junior, demonstrates the art of working with the potter's wheel during a pottery class in the Arts and Crafts Center located on the lower level of the University Union. Dohner teaches the Tuesday afternoon class which is one of the non-credit classes of- fered by the center. Registration is closed for summer classes but will open soon for fall. Photo by ELISE KNOX Music Students Turn xPro' Singing Group Grows by Leaps and Sounds By KATHY SEVERNS Daily Reporter For those looking for a chance to see what the world of professional singing is like, The Commercial Singers gives them the chance to find out. The Commercial Singers, also known as Music 216V Vocal Chamber Music, is directed by Lew Gillis of the music faculty. The group began in the spring of 1974 and consisted of eight or nine in- terested students who got together to sing. The students received no credit for their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 July 1977

t ^;>t. ';.••« •• *•:•• -JB ■■■■■ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ v , v *'ir• * " ■■''■"' ' ■ •> • ¥■'*' . „„ _ MIT. . . • '■ i ■■" ::w'''::p^V.r "• */". • ' ; ' V Thursday, July 7, 1977 ift "C,V-' . Workshops Share Health, Business, Science Ideas Mammoth Task - Photo by ELI8E KNOX The giant sculpture above the first floor foyer in the Library hangs motionless since the motor which rotated it burned out. The weight of the sculpture and low gear ratio needed to turn it were too much for the little engine used. The sculpture Is constructed on a welded aluminum frame with a polyurethane foam core covered by molded fiberglass. Design Keeps on Hangin' By NANNETTE McGRATH Daily Reporter As big as it is, it's surprising so many people miss it. "It" is the 1,500 pound, 13-by-l0-foot abstract sculpture hanging in the foyer of the Library. In 1970, Dr. David Webb, director of libraries, asked several art faculty members to submit designs for a sculp- ture to fill the space in the first f...

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