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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1971

-"WW* '<■ ,>H.9 "4*. • ' ■:>''5 W*9 Thursday. October 14.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Freshmen To Battle Wogs Eaglets Seek First Victory Of Campaign By TOMMY HOPKINS Daily Reporter North Texas Eaglets will try to break into the win column in their home opener against the TCU Wogs tonight at 7:30 at Pouts Field. Both teams are coming off opening game losses. The Eaglets were shut-out by na- tionally ranked Navarro Junior College, 22-0, while the Wogs dropped a 24-13 de- cision to the Texas A&M freshmen. Coach Gary Ness said that he would start basically the same lineup as he did in the Navarro game. He hopes to generate a little more offense and a stronger defense in both halves this time. In the season opener with Navarro, the Eaglet defense was blitzed for 22 points in the first half, but settled down to hold the Bulldogs scoreless in the second half. THE DEFENSE will receive an even sterner test against the Wogs. "They run the wishbone offense with fairly big run...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1971

mm 'V. ••; :"v' . - -• ' v ..■"■ "W > ■ - ,y'■■r-.-rf; i . '' ';'v PAQC 4—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■Faculty Roundup- Turney, Robb Publish Book Designed for Research Course .■.".■.•■■.•.•.•.•.v. Two faculty members have published a textbook, "Research in Education," and a study guide, "Activities and Exer- cises for Research in Education." Dr. Billy L. Turney and Dr. George P. Robb of the education faculty, have written this textbook designed for the stu- dent taking his first course in educational research. The book contains edited material con- tributed by other faculty members Dr. R. C. Bradley, Dr. Ben Coody, Dr. John Curry, Dr. R. T. Hinely, Dr. Earl Kooker, Dr. Earl McCallon, Dr. John Plunkett, Dr. James W. Turner and Dr. Charles May (now of Indiana State University). Written in a simple style, the book in- cludes a sample research proposal, report and critique. The study guide has activi- ties and exercises to help the student un- derstand the principles and techniques of educ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1971

Thursday, October 14,1971 Campus Calendar Thursday, Oct. 14 8 a.m. Blood Drive donations 9 a.m. Film Society ticket re- funds, United Ministry Center 2 & 6 p.m. Lab Band Concerts 6 p.m. Julian Bond lecture, Main Auditorium 7:30 p.m. Concerned Students Against the War in South- east Asia, Centerbury House 7:30 p.m. Robert Poe, University Chapel 7:30 p.m. Freshman Football TCU, Fouts Field 8 p.m. "Woodstock," Main Auditorium Friday, Oct. 15 2:30 p.m. "In Depth Drugs," KNTU-FM 7 p.m. International Club meet- ing, Room 304, UB 7:30 p.m. SAU Coffee House, Third Floor of UB 8 p.m. Burning Bush, United Ministry Center Saturday, Oct. 16 6:15 p.m. Buses leave for Irving 7:30 p.m. NT - Louisville, Texas Stadium 8 p.m. Free Concert, United Ministry Center Sunday, Oct. 17 Grand Funk Railroad Concert, State Fair Mu- sic Hall, Dallas Monday, Oct. 18 7 p.m. Skydiving Club meeting, Third Floor Lounge, UB Tuesday, Oct. 19 8 p.m. Love Song concert, Main Auditorium 8:30 p.m. Dance, Mapel Hall Cafe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 October 1971

■■T,fwsrry:; £ I#. PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 14.1971 announces the /Grand Opening! Thursday Oct. 14th from 9 till 9 of lksA< 1 Tnivarsity Plaxa Onler •/ where Betty and Frank Barrow .55 MEMBER PRESTO CHARGE ► > u BankAmericarq fii/u ni/ In have "Put it all together with the finest in fashions for men & women Come by and register for the free drawing for the men—a new suit—shirt—tie! for the women—a new outfit by Jack Winter BANKAMERICARD (T rrrn— ♦i VARSITY SHOP 5 I ti w S VI 2 ■X ■X 55' I a H l.tl °j aT l( H tj iJ <1

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1971

The North Texas Daily 1 55TH YEAR NO. 27 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1971 Lasater Asks Aid For Registration By LY*1 JORDAN Daily Reporter George Lasater, Denton County tax assessor, called for student cooperation in voter registration in a meeting Wednesday with students. "We are going to register anyone who is a bona Tide resident of this county," said Lasater, "and we are going to follow the law straight down the line." He said that many students are not aware of the requirements for registering to vote and that they should become familiar with the state laws concerning student residency. "The tax assessor's job is the largest in the county, and the problems of voter regis- tration require a great deal of time. This is why we need the cooperation of the stu- dents in following the proper practices," Lasater said. Senate Bill 51, Provision 508, Section K is the procedure we will follow in registering students, Lasater said. This provision states:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1971

wmm THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Attendance Low Editor Requests Sports Support The annual Texas-Oklahoma match up was over and Oklahoma fans were making the long journey back to Oklahoma—a happy journey. Old and young made the trip up Interstate 35 waving the inverted horn sign out of cars as a victory signal. Will North Texas fans ever experience this feeling? I think so. Although college football attendance is at an all time high, there has been a drop at North Texas. One of the reasons is the attitude of students. "From what I can see, students are changing in their view of varsity ath- letics. They seem to be more concerned with their own problems," President C. C. (Jitter) Nolen has said. The alumni have been a much neglected segment in the past. Football was chosen as the main rallying point for the alumni. The Eagle Club, formed over the summer for supporters of North Texas athletics, has grown to over 170 members, according to Athletic Business Manager Bill Ermel. This group was fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1971

mm I be lit l'y |>u jrr py tk fy. lur lor kke Irth I it h :nt lot. J Id Ih at lite, |ng. Ica- | idc I idc J the lilts Friday, October 16.1971 Campus Scene Deadline Today For Bus Tickets Today is the last day to purchase tickets for the bus ride to Saturday's North Texas- Louisville game at Texas Stadium, accord- ing to RON BLATCHLEY, director of the Student Activities Union (SAU). Tickets are SO cents and may be pur- chased in the SAU office on the third floor of the Union Building. The buses will leave from in front of Kerr Hall at 6:15 p.m. Saturday and return to Denton following the game. Tickets are also available for the bus ride to the North Texas-Arkansas game Oct. 23. The tickets are $6 and reservations must be made in the SAU office by Tues- day. Tickets for both bus trips are on a first- come, first-served basis. The Student Activities Union (SAU) Coffee House will premier results of its recent auditions tonight in the Coffee House Lounge in the basement of the Union Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 October 1971

WtlKlP ifcsBeEwl • f-h ■ : ,,..^...1:.:- |' V,„,< ^ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, Octobar 16,1971 I Texas Stadium Parking Students taking their autos to Texas Stadium for Satur- day's game against Louisville are asked to follow this map to park in the stadium. The most direct route from Denton is to take the Loop 12 exit off Interstate 35 and proceed to the Hwy. 114 exit. Then follow the "Blue Coupon" signs to the Blue lot entry ramp. Once on the access road, uniformed parking attendants will direct drivers to the proper parking area. Texas Stadium Eagle 'Nest Away from Home1 Offers Good Seats Everywhere By GEORGE FOSTER Sports Editor There won't be any beer flowing, but Texas Stadium will offer its fans just about anything else they could want in comfort. Spectator viewing will reach an all-time high or low depending on where you are sitting, but no matter where, it will be a prime seat. "The front row seats will be lowest at the 50-yard line area, and highest in the end ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1971

55TH YEAR NO. 28 NEWS CAPS North Texas Daily NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1971 Daily Makes Mistake, Dorm Dance Friday Night Maple Hall and Clark Hall will sponsor a dance Friday in Maple Hall Cafeteria, according to Helen Rodgers, Maple Hall president. The Daily earlier reported the dance would be today. Two Dallas Men Draw 5 Years for LSD Sale Two persons have been found guilty for the sale of LSD in Judge Bob Schofield's 158th District Court. Frank Scottino and Robert Armstead, both from Dallas, were arrested Sept. 24, 1970. They were sentenced to 5 years in the penetentiary. At the time of their arrest, they were living in Denton and attending Cooke County Junior College. Creighton Seeks Term In New 22nd District State Sen. Tom Creighton of Mineral Wells will seek re-election in the newly constituted 22nd senatorial district, which will include Denton County. Creighton, an attorney, is a 12-year veteran of the senate, serving as chairman of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1971

PAGE 2—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY War Effort Futile Tuesday, October 19,1971 New Draft Laws Affect Students; Dodger Amnesty ||-S Classification, Policies Change Negates Service Sen. George McGovern recently proposed a bill which would give amnesty to all American draft dodgers. If that bill is passed by both houses of Congress and signed into law, an already futile war becomes even more meaningless. Faced with induction into the armed forces—and probable duty in Vietnam—hundreds of American men chose to flee the country rather than fight a war they believed immoral. Certainly these men had a right to decide not to pack an M16 or wade through a rice paddy. However, they must also accept the consequences for breaking the law. One can argue, with some justification, that a law compelling invol- untary service in the military and in a war zone is a bad law, is unconstitu- tional. Therefore, those who break it are justified in so doing. But those men who, although in disagreement with U.S. in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1971

■7 - '*£ I v: £ J ;|i ■ 28 *' JJ|iffy1 \ *-.•/ £>] ' 'I Tuesday. October 19,1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ler Isit fly Lit pnt *s brc I of the Ion riat fen |on of |rn- ms nee to link lure I try U L t o ' R D S ••• ••• i I: M ! ! H P j* H jv' iss*. i !— : *. <4 V 4 Texas Stadium Eagle Fans Like Plush New Home Everyone had heard about it. Everyone had read about it. Everyone had talked about it. Few people had seen it. But for 12,(XX) football fans Saturday night rumor became reality and North Texas was playing in Texas Stadium. At a distance, the new stadium looks like a flying saucer ready for take off. Spectators seem like tiny specs next to its massive concrete and steel struc- tures. It was the first time the Eagles had played at Texas Stadium. Only one other team had ever battled within its walls. So, it was an honor for North Texas to be one of the first teams to christen the field. And there's more than one pretty sight at the stadium. They are called Texettes. When ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1971

I V ''vv $!!'*£ C?\*l &;* s :':'--v PAQE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ' *% Tuesday. October 19.1971 |g.v ISSUE Kiker Says Daily Eyecatchers Selected Without Any Criteria i i-r' : 21 ;-r^%5r <! ^ .k!!sP< \ ' «• < _ p>, .. iV * , * Sex Appeal Normally, a cluster of bicycles parked by a campus building attracts little attention with the rise in the popularity of the bike the past few years. But recently, a photographer noticed that all the bicycles around the Women's Gymnasium were men's style. Very in- teresting: does it indicate the lure of the female mys- tique or the scarcity of places for men to leave their bikes? Fitch Heads TIRE' Department MICKEY MOHR and JERRY STANBROUGH Daily Reporters EDITOR'S NOTE: One of a series of sto- ries about heads of departments at North Texas State University. Dr. David R. Fitch is "chief' of the FIRE department at North Texas. Actually, Dr. Fitch is chairman of the finance, insurance and real estate depart- ment of the Business College....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1971

m Tuesday, October 19* 1971 #5wi®K j0 -mmmm ilP!H"59!W Y*->- -«£ ( 'r >/ ■!£•' .<•'• •'■% -i r . • •aifcv-.j -A A V--T44 *.« Will Power-. That's All It Takes... To Study Studying for midsemester tests can be very hard work as found out by Dave Roberts, Tulsa senior. Roberts, who had been studying and found it hard to stay awake, finally gave up. Some students will find it hard to stay awake after, or even while, studying for the midsemester exams that will be given in the next couple of weeks. Midsemester is Wednesday and. according to the campus calendar, failing reports will go out Thursday. Wednesday is also the last day for accelerated courses. An important date for graduating seniors is Oct. 26. This is the last day for filing for mid-year graduation. Campus Scene SAU To Host Skiing, Motoring Trip in Europe A meeting to discuss a skiing or motoring trip in Europe during the semester break will be held today at 4 p.m. in Room 302 of the Union Building, according to CO- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1971

■ v PAGE e—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY KX I .V Tuesday, October 19,1971 / Cardinal Coach Optimistic. . .Then Uncertain. . . . . .Then Incredulous. . . .And Finally Defeated. Eagles Clip Cardinals' Wings, 20-17 By GEORGE FOSTER Sports Editor There is no such thing as a turning point. A game is 60 minutes long— Rod Rust, Oct. 16, 1971 A truly Mean Green defense and a re- juvenated offense spelled doom for the Louisville Cardinals in the second half Saturday night and sent the visitors home with clipped wings, 20-17. It was an auspicious debut for the Ea- gles in their new Irving nest before an en- thusiastic North Texas crowd of 12,000. TRAILING 14-7 at halftime, the Eagles marched out and scored two fourth quarter touchdowns while holding Louisville to a lone field goal. The Eagles first score came on a fumbled punt recovery in the end zone by Dralves Soccer Club Ties Game With UTA The soccer club played UT-Arlington to a 1-1 tie Sunday in an interdivisional game at the intramural field on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1971

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 29 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1971 Love Me Or Leaf Me With the advent of winter just two months away, pho- tographer Donovan Reese decided to capture a group picture of a tree's leaves before it's too late. Once the cold wind and weather leaves their mark on Denton, trees will be stripped of their summer foliage. Substan- tial rain fall in the past few months has kept trees green longer than usual. That means more students can play "she loves me, she loves me not" a little longer. NEWS CAPS Dogcatcher Gets Dog. Police Get Student A North Texas student was arrested at 2:19 p.m Tuesday in Iront of the Language Building and charged with interfering with an animal control officer. The student was released on bond, ac- cording to Denton police. Richard Kutin, Odessa senior, gave this account of the incident. "A student was in front of the language building when the city dogcatcher came up and asked about a dog th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1971

PAQE 2—THE NORTH TEXA8 DAILY Wednesday, Octobar 20,1971 5Bth Yni The North Texas Daily North Twm Stat* Univ«r ity D«nton. Tmh ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office MIKE WHITEHEAD Editor DICK FISCHER 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 Boa 62t7 NT Station Denton Ten PACEMAKER ft TIMES i76203 Southwestern Journalism Congress Telephone 387 4611. eateneion 3S4 ALL AMERICAN 55 TIMES Page Editors KARA LEE SELMAN news MICHEL HIATT news ELLEN MOORE editorials DAVID LEWIS aditorials associate JEAN ANN JUNGMAN amusements SHARON MOORE amusements assoc The North Teaaa Oady student newspaper of North Tenet Slate University >a published daily. Tuesday through Friday, during the long terms September through May and weef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1971

I '.v.',' -wy, - , -* -T' IT# gR *:Y$S$ Wednesday, October 20,1971 'Errors' Play To Feature Wild West It may not resemble Shakespeare when "A Comedy of Errors" opens in the Uni- versity Theater next month, complete with songs and cowboy boots, but the Eliza- bethan language will still be there. Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton of the drama faculty has adapted Shakespeare's play into a musical Western, with songs and music by Bill Overton, instructor of drama at Cooper High School in Abilene and a North Texas graduate. Although it will have a Western setting with songs and dancing, this version re- tains Shakespeare's lines with only slight changes. "I did have to take occasional liberties, but no more than absolutely necessary. The work was putting what was already there to music, rather than forcing songs into the script," Overton said. "As I studied 'A Comedy of Errors' prior to starting the music," Overton said, "I realized what a well balanced play it was. Great care had to be taken in c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 October 1971

:>rV (v-A^I.^ />"...a;''M' mm M«B 4—THI NORTH TEXAS DAILY IML ... ... *r~ .ai;- ■ a s ■ ':••, . f 7 ' gfi " *' f? V.-?<" Wednesday. October 20,1971 Referees Face Challenges Job Provides Good Pay for Training By MIKE HALBROOKS Daily Reporter If you are looking for an easy and un- involved part-time job, then you best not apply to be an intramural football referee. On the surface, intramural officials ap- pear to have a job which consists of fun and games, but this is not the case. "Most of the referees do a good job but they don't get enough training. The errors they make are human and can be expected," Charles Marley, coach of Kappa Sigma, said. BEFORE THE intramural football sea- son began, students who applied to be ref- erees were given training sessions. During these sessions the students went over the rules of flag football and were given tests. All the applicants then had to officiate a practice game, and if they did an adequate job they became officials for this year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1971

' m The North Texas Daily 66TH YEAR NO. 30 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21.1971 Groups Finalize Homecoming Plans Al Hirt Tickets Still Available; Fraternities Schedule Activities CAPS Mean Machine Missing In Homecoming Lineup Just when it seems that things are getting better for North Texas football fans, now comes the news that the Mean Green Ma- chine will not stretch his nuts and bolts during Homecoming festivities. The Mean Green Machine is a student- constructed robot that has become a tra- ditional part of North Texas Homecomings for the past four years. The robot, which has provided more anticipation than entertainment at Home- coming game performances, is simply too much trouble for students who cannot spare the time. "The students who have worked on this project in the past are too involved in their studies this semester to donate their time," Ron Freeman, Delray Beach, Fla., graduate student said. Thai Dancers To Entertain International Clu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1971

- ~?fV:V PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. October 21,1971 BBth Ymt The North Texas Daily North Texas Stat* University Denton. Texas ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER Produced by North Texas State University Printing Office MIKE WHITEHEAD Editor DICK FISCHER 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 Stale University Administration. The North Texas Daily Staff •oa. 6297. NT Station. Demon Tew 7C203 PACEMAKER 6 TIMES Southweatem Journeiam Congress Telephone 387 4611 extension 364 ALL AMERICAN 66 TIMES Page Editors KARA LEE SELMAN news MICHEL HIATT news ELLEN MOORE editonale DAVID LEWIS editorial* asaociate JEAN ANN JUNGMAN amusements SHARON MOORE amuaementa aaaoc Tha North Tun OMt atudont nmMP« ol North Tm SIM* Umvaraity • publ«had Tuaaday through Friday, during tlx long tarma Saptambar through May and mM {MTV Thuradayl du...

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