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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1971

TTT * ■ 1 The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 22 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1971 Quick Getaway The Campus Police are supposedly still after some dude in blue overalls after a lengthy chase Wednesday. The police reportedly clocked the racy rider at 15 m.p.h. in a 10 mile zone. They pursued, but were unable to appre- hend the culprit. So, fellow students take warning, and don't put so much air in those bike tire. Or better yet, don't use any tires at all. NEWS CAPS Tuesday Daily Lists Wrong Fee Allotment A total for allocations of the Student Service Fee for 1970-1971 listed in the Daily Tuesday was wrong because of a typographical error. The amount for last year's allotments should have read $970,000, compared to $1,277,651 allocated from the fee this year. It was mistakenly listed as $1,970,000. For the third part of the four part series, see page two. Brewster Announces Delay in Dedication Formal dedication of the new Library has been postponed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1971

PAGE 2—THI NORTH TBXAS DAILY Thursday, Octobar 7,1971 Athletics Receive Largest Cut of Fe BY GARY MORTON Interpretive Reporter North Texas' athletic program receives the largest amount of the Student Service Fee (SSF) assessed students each semes- ter—over $500,000. But Athletic Director Rod Rust says the budget is not enough to run a program comparable to those of other Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) schools. Rust said he does not feel students should be assessed any more, however, and lays the blame for the problem on a lack of support from non-students. "I HAPPEN to think our student sup- port is excellent here," Rust said. "The problem is that North Texas does not en- joy as much profit from game receipts as many universities do to supplement the program." Students pay $526,479 of the total $738,772 athletic budget from the SSF, John L. Carter, vice-president for fiscal affairs, said. This is more than two-thirds of the entire sports budget. The remaining $212,293 comes mainly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1971

v., . a® ■' Thursday, October 7,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 in he ■ve Its en lei In. be ion len nk, ich ven nal the iA, >ves esi- Do cgel cgal DUld W over they iegel his. mm is to 1 □ore, ryl their red- n the ity is n me oiced cviatc thrive only n, the udent togra- n' on! ) Scuba Tanks Help To Control Pollution MIAMI AP — Bosh Stack drives around Miami in a car whose trunk is fitted with 11 scuba divers' tanks filled with com- pressed methane gas. A sign on his rear bumper tells other motorists his exhaust is emitting 90 per cent less pollutants than theirs. "Many individual drivers ask me how they can get one of our conversion kits," Stack said. "But there's a problem because there is no gas station system where an ordinary motorist can drive in and say 'filler-up' with methane. * "That day is coming," he said. "Very soon a test program will start in River- side, Calif, in which two stations will sell both gasoline and methane. That could set a trend." Meanwhile, he said, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1971

^v" ! 'i1 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 7.1971 Randy Riggs ■ Synthetic Surface Changes Tactics A couple of years ago, the University of Tennessee unveiled its brand new synthetic playing surface in an important conference clash with arch-rival Alabama. A writer covering the game for a national magazine came away apparently more im- pressed with the "Tartan Turf' than Ten- nessee's victory over Bear Bryant's Crimson Tide. "After watching two teams play on arti- ficial turf," the fellow wrote, "one gets the impression that God blew it when He inven- ted grass." The feedback response to the comment was tremendous. "God did not blow it when He invented grass," one lady wrote indignantly. "After all, if there wasn't grass, what would horses eat?" Very few horses, of course, have ever played football. Now comes the National Football League Players Association, striking a blow for horses everywhere. The association has demanded that club owners call a halt to further insta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1971

" I Thursday. October 7,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE B Campus Scene Campus, Extension Courses Open to Students, Office Says Students can be enrolled in both on- campus and correspondence courses at the same time. According to Betty Hyder of the Exten- sion and Correspondence Office, students must have written approval from the aca- demic dean to combine the two. Appli- cations can be obtained in the Extension and Correspondence Office on the second floor of the Administration Building. Mrs. Hyder said that one of the most frequent examples of combinations of the courses is when students apply for a cor- respondence course during the summer session and then fail to complete it. Then they can combine the correspon- dence course with their other campus courses during the fall, she said. "If the student wishes, the correspon- dence course can be put aside and just use the campus courses," she added. She said that the student could always go back and complete the course; if he is atte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1971

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1971

The North Texas Daily 56TH YEAR NO. 23 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1971 t X i* Say, Baby, What's Happening? Rock around the clock, baby, cause Daddy o is here tonight. And there were a lot of Big Daddies at the Theta Chi and Alpha Phi 1950 s party Thursday night at the Aquatic Center. Sockin' it to them in this picture is, from left, LuLu Hundley, Joe Walker, Clay Hunsard and Carol Naler The Greeks dressed in everything from bobbie socks to bubble gum, and danced to oldies like "Let's Go to the Hop." NEWS Graduate Assistants Bus Tickets Available For Arkansas Game Tickets lor the chartered bus ride to the Oct. 23 North Texas-Arkansas football game may be purchased now for $6 in the Student Activities Office on the third floor of the Union Building. The bus will leave at 6 a.m. Oct. 23 from Kerr Hall and will return to Denton the same night. Because of the 46-passenger capacity of the bus, the tickets are on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY rail Friday, October 8,1971 11 Areas Receive SSF Funding In Breakdown BY GARY MORTON Interpretive Reporter Wayne Morse, a former Oregon senator, speaks to students on the topic "The Pres- ident Has Too Much Power." The Uni- versity Theater produces "A Day in the Life of Joe Egg." Sick and injured students get professional care in the university hos- pital. What's the connection? These and more activities receive funds from the Student Service Fee (SSF) of S30 charged students each semester at registration. The three items listed above fall in some of the 11 such allocations to which the fee goes. THESE 11 items have a total allotment from the SSF of $507,180 with the Hos- pital receiving more than half of this sum with $277,765. Other budgets include: • Student Government (including CI- RUNA)—$15,500. • Regents Development Fund—$35,000. • Student Services—$19,409. • Homecoming Activities—$3,333. • University Theater Productions— $650. • Fine Arts Series—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1971

ylV' :> || w* Friday, October 8,1971 THE NORTH kQE 3 ler- thc 458 and ks." on't ught plan te to Campus Scene Debate Team To Defend Oklahoma Championship The debate team will defend its sweep- stakes title at Northern Oklahoma Col- lege in Tonkawa, Okla. today and Satur- day. Entries include 30 schools from eight states. Colleges as far away as North Dako- ta are entered in the tournament, Dr. Ben A. Chappell, director of forensics, said. Senior debate teams include FRANCES (STORM) KUYKENDALL, Marshville, N.C., junior, and TIM HERRON, Mes- quite sophomore; CRAWFORD SLOAN, Denton sophomore, and JIM CROUCH, Dallas sophomore. Junior debaters include BARBARA PERRY, Denton sophomore, and SARA HURDIS, Denton sophomore; MIKE McKINLEY, Conroe freshman, and JOHN- NY RICHARDSON, Richardson sopho- more; MARSHA RUTENBAR, Richard- son sophomore, and DEBBY BRANA- MAN, Lubbock sophomore. Extemporaneous speakers include Her- ron, Richardson, Miss Perry and Miss Ru- tenbar. Competing in poetry are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ttr'i I rmmmLi .■ r •,-•. Mmt- wJBctBm "f «' .W'li ^XftnS8>3rai mW-i wmmm ? ! PrJ* wri Zips Threat Faces Eagles Akron U. Possesses 3-0 Record • By RANDY RIGGS Sports Associate Ah yes, Akron, Ohio. Home of the Soap Box Derby. . .home of nearly every tire factory in the world. . .home of the Fire- stone Country Club.. .home of the Zips. The what? The who? Yes sir, the University of Akron Zips- scourge of northern Ohio. If the people in Denton have never heard of the Zips, they shouldn't feel left out. Many people have never heard of the Zips. All the Zips do is go around winning football games. In the past three years, the Zips have strung together records of 7-2-1, 9-1 and 7-3 for a cool 23-6-1 mark. They're breez- ing into town Saturday night with a 3-0 record, indicating that they are not hurting on talent. "I don't think we're going to get any easy games this year," Coach Rod Rust moaned. "Akron is undefeated so you know they're good. They have two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1971

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 24 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1971 Deputies To Start Sign-Up Nov. 1 Approximately 150 voter registration deputies will begin signing up voters Nov. I, George Lasater, Denton County tax assessor, said Monday. Lasater, who attended a seminar dealing with student voter registration conducted in Houston Saturday by the secretary of state's office, said the delay was an at- tempt to reduce duplication of registra- tion forms. EIGHTEEN TO 20 deputies were ap- pointed Sept. 28 al an instructional meeting Labor Heads To Discuss Nixon Plan WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite a Republican senator's peacemaking move, the nation's top labor leaders held their counsel Monday on the eve of a meeting that could make or break President Nixon's post-freeze economic program. The Executive Council of the 13-million- member AFL-CIO and the heads of the two largest independent unions, the Team- sters and the United Auto Workers, will meet T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1971

PA0E2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY '' fcv'l I \l THE LITTER CAN CRISIS IRE TRASH OUT OF NT. CAMPOS IATIR TWIT sunrnt AT TEXAS B B BUT THE NEW CANS WERE NOTICE*... STUDENTSHOTICEOTHEM ALSO... "Well. Barnum and Bailey just canceled their order because the cans were too gaudy and Disneyland said they were too Mickey Mouse. But I think we can unload them at that university in Texes." a e a s u "We'll scatter them around the campus so no one will notice them." "I've heard of being replaced by a button, but this is ridiculous." "Remember the good old days when the clutter wes just paper and Dixie cups?" RESIDUE ENGINEER JOHN MATT HOWARD CALLED "THE NEW TEAM"TOGETHER TO RESOLVE THE CRISIS... BUT A DEADLOCK IN TO VOTING FORCED JOHN MATT TO THINK... FINALLY THE ADMINISTRATIS NOTICED THEM TOO... 4 This calls for the opinion of our Commander-in-Chief in Washington. New Ideas Police Change Outdated Image The University Police Department is criticized a great deal, but few crit- ics stop to really exam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1971

Tuesday, October 12,1971 Campus Scene New College Center Provides 'Home' for Jewish Students Giving the Jewish student a place to feel at home is the goal of the Jewish Student Center at 308 Bernard St. The Center, which is located in the home of RALPH SIEGAL, Dallas freshman, is open daily for students to study, spend the night or talk with fellow students, Siegal said. The center is sponsored by the Jewish Julius Schepps Community Center at 7900 Northhaven Road in Dallas. A class in Israeli folk dancing will be held Wednesday nights from 7 to 8 at the United Center. After class an Israeli cafe will be open with kosher food. Oneg shabbat will be held at the Jewish Center Friday nights at 7, and havdalah will be held Saturday nights at sundown. All Jewish holidays will be observed at the center in a cultural though not neces- sarily religious, sense, Siegal said. Plans are in the making for a Jewish newsletter to contain news about Jewish students on campus and around the world. Any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1971

•I •• ' M 5 ,;'5 PAGE 4—THI NORTH TEXAS OAILY SPORTS CAPSULES Entries for the intramural coed tennis tournament, scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday at the Kendall Courts, are due today at 4 p.m. in Room 112 of the Men's Building. The double elimination tourney, regu- lated by the rules of the United States Lawn Tennis Association (USLTA), will be divi- ded into the following qualifications: • Players may enter unattached or as a member of an organization. • Teams consist of one woman and one man. • Men's organizations may enter one team and earn 25 intramural points or enter two teams and earn SO points. Organiza- tions may enter more than two teams in the tournament, but 50 points will be the maxi- mum number earned. • Women may earn points for their or- ganizations by participating in the tourna- ment. A managers' meeting is scheduled for this afternoon at 4:30 in Room 115 of the Men's Building. • * • INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL Monday's Results: 6 0 0 0—6 Bananas Slinky and the Turfett...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1971

T / Riddlesperger Breeder) Glaze Silvey Graham /a • "ii* ' m \ Medler Scott Damico Cornelius Departments Select Honor Professors for Yucca 10 Chosen On Faculty Excellence By JOHN BALL Daily Reporter Ten faculty members have been selected for the 1972 Yucca as honor professors for teaching excellence in their fields. Chosen for the honor on the basis of work with students, research and publication, and dedication to the university are Leon Breeden, music; Dr. John Curry, education; Bill Cornelius, physical education; Dr Anthony Damico, foreign language; Dr William Glaze, chemistry; Floyd Graham, music; Dr. Byron Medler, education; Dr. J.K G.Silvey, biology; Col Richard L.J Scott, aerospace; and James Riddlesperger, political science. breeden, director of the Lab Band program, received his bachelor's and master's degrees from Texas Christian University, where he was director of bands before teaching in Fort Worth and Grand Prairie public schools He has been on the music faculty since ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1971

wmm $'mk PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY The North Texas Daily North Taaaa 8t f University ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office MIKE WHITEHEAD DICK FISCHER Editor 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 Wednesday, October 13,1971 Boa. 6297 NT Station. Denton Tea* 76203 PACEMAKER 6 TIMES Southwestern Journalism Congress Telephone 367 4611. eateneon 364 AIL AMERICAN 66 TIMES P«g« Editors KARA LEE SELMAN n«w MICHEL HIATT n«w ELLEN MOORE editorials DAVID LEWIS sditoritls associate JEAN ANN JUNGMAN amusaments SHARON MOORE amusements aasoc Tin North Tum Only, tiudwl n.wwne«r oi North Tun StM. Uniw«riitv t puU h«d d rfn- Tu« d«* through Friday, during th. long t.imt Sw<"" through May and Motly lavary ThurKlayl during ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1971

f " ' Wednesday. October 13,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 1 Coffee House Hopefuls "Virgin Insanity" members auditioned to appear in the Student Activities Union Coffee House series Monday night. Members of the group are Wayne Boggs. left. Richardson senior. Eve Long, center, and Bob Long, both of Dallas. Five acts auditioned to appear on the series. This Friday at 7:30 p.m., Greg Jackson and Marc Meyer, St. Louis, Mo. freshman will appear. The series is held in the basement of the Union Building. Director Breeden Helps Bands To Win Awards, Top Reputation By KENNETH MOLBERC Daily Reporter The director gives the count and the I O'Clock Lab Band breaks into "Liferaft Earth." Four shrill trumpets ring out, fol- lowed by a solo sax backed by an electric bass. The pianist chimes in on the 88s, then the entire percussion section takes over with the horns not far behind. Cut. "It's a little bit draggy let's pick it up," Leon Breeden, director of the group says. So the band takes it from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 October 1971

"' :"W PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ..': u.vV r^,mlKKKK9m , SPORTS CAPS MVC STANDINGS SEASON * ? ,"j r'i. K ,| Team W L T Pet. Pts OP Drake 4 1 0 .800 110 44 Tulsa 3 I 0 .750 94 91 Louisville 2 1 1 .667 74 43 Wichita State 2 2 0 .500 59 89 New Mexico State 2 2 1 .500 77 100 Memphis State 1 3 0 .250 74 82 West Texas State 1 3 0 .250 27 66 North Texas State 0 4 0 .000 19 91 Total Concentration Helps Defensive Back CONFERENCE Team W L T Pet. Pts OP Tulsa 2 0 0 1.000 63 52 Drake 1 1 0 .500 13 14 Louisville 1 1 0 .500 33 30 Memphis State 1 1 0 .500 50 26 North Texas Slate 0 1 0 .000 0 10 West Texas State 0 2 0 .000 13 47 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS- Louisville 26, Memphis State 20, Tulsa 46, Virginia Tech 39; Drake 28, Northern Iowa 0; New Mexico State 35, New Mexico 35 (tie); Akron 20, North Texas State 6; UT-Arlington 13, West Texas Stale 0. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE: Louisville vs. North Texas at Dallas; Tulsa at Wake Forest; Wichita State at Cincinnati, Memphis State at Utah State; Tampa at Drake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1971

7?J I'. Tjffl If a-vU ■-!*'•< * u ?(£• <• Jii?-f. 'rt l*..'fL'_'' ■ . i - , ".IBBn ".T.I" .Ti f *' The North Texas ; 55TH YEAR NO. 26 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1971 Fitch Says Blood Drive 'Fabulous' A total of 450 units of blood was col- lected Wednesday in the "Gift of Life" blood drive to aid hemopiliac children. Dr. David Fitch, head of this year's drive, said the turnout was fabulous. Six hundred and twenty-five people showed up to donate and 450 pints were taken. Last year at this time, 550 people had come by and only 300 units were taken. Donations may be made today from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the third floor of the Union Building. Sponsors hope to get 1,000 units to go to Carter Blood Bank in Fort Worth and Wadley Research Institute in Dallas. The blood will be used by hemophiliac children in the North Texas area. Another aim of the drive is to show first- time donors how easy it is to give blood. When a student goes to donate, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 14,1971 Give Blood So Others May Live Youngster Fights Hereditary Illness EDITOR'S NOTE: Students may donate blood today on tbe third floor of the Union Building between 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m. The following story is about ohe child the drive will help. Twleve-year-old Brock Owen is a hemophiliac who has been giving himself blood transfusions for over a year. Brock has come a long way in taking care of a burdening problem- hemophilia. A North Texas Daily reporter visited with Brock in Arlington in conjunction with the "Gift of Life" blood drive, which started Wednes- day and continues today. Blood col- lected in the drive helps hemophiliacs like Brock. COLLECTIONS WILL betaken today on the third floor of the Union Building between 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m. Hemophilia is a lifelong disease that is hereditary. A blood disorder, it is known as "free bleeding" to most. Actually, AHG factor that allows the blood to clot is missing in hemophiliacs. T...

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