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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1971

It 1- 1 in 1C w n- is ►he ra- in - hin ed. en, She ho Thursday, October 21,1971 Campus Calendar Thursday, Oct. 21 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Homecoming queen elections 10 a.m. Art Exhibition and Sale, UB 4 and 8 p.m. Lab Band concerts 7:30 p.m. Dance Carousel, Den- ton High School 8 p.m. "Giant," Main Audi- torium 8 p.m. "George Washington Slept Here," Denton Firehouse Theater 8:15 p.m. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Concert, Recital Hall THE NORTH TEXAu DAILY—PAGE 3 Friday, Oct. 22 8 p.m. Dorm Dance, Maple Hall 8 p.m. "George Washington Slept Here," Denton Firehouse Theater Saturday, Oct. 23 6 a.m. 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25 8 a.m.-3 p.m. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26 8 a.m.-3 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Debate Team, UT- Austin Bus Leaves from Kerr Hall NT-Arkansas, Fay- etteville, Ark. Sri Gurudev Rudran- anda Yoga Ashram concert. United Min- istry Center "George Washington Slept Here," Denton Firehouse Theater Mums on sale in UB Booth deadline for "Showcase '71" SAU Coffee House, Third Floor UB Mums ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. October 21.1971 Mustangs Tromp Soccer Club, 4-1 By ART MACK Daily Reporter The North Texas soccer club lost to Southern Methodist University (SMU) Wednesday 4-1 at the intramural field. The loss leaves the Eagles with a 1-3-2 league record, and third place of the North- east Division. SMU is now 3-2-0. "We don't have the team spirit this year," Coach Telmo Franco said. "We play well at the beginning and then let up. The team just does not have any desire." The Eagles lead at half 1-0 and outshot the Ponies 8-7. The second half was all SMU as they scored four goals—three in the last 12 minutes—and out shot the Ea- gles 11-3. The SMU goaltender only had to make three saves in the contest compared to the eight stops Mike Landram turned in. At the 17-minute mark of the first half Bill Ruddy set up center Jackie Cummings at mid-field, and Cummings headed in a goal from 12 yards out. The Eagles had at least two more oppor- tunities to score in the ha...

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

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 31 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1971 I Gettin' Down to the Nitty Gritty The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band will be on campus Wednes day when they appear in the Main Auditorium at 8 p.m. Ron Blatchley, Student Activity Union Director, said more than half the 2,200 tickets for the concert have already been sold. Nitty Gritty plays a variety of music, including jug band and rock and roll. Their biggest hit. "Mr Bo Jangles." was written by Jerry Jeff Walker, who will also play along with Russ Kirkpatrick. NEWS CAPS Monday Deadline For Campus Carnival Entries Deadline for entires in the campus carni- val, "Showcase '71, The New 4U\" is 5 p.m. Monday, according to Ron Pokorny, assistant director of the Student Activi- ties Union (SAU). Entry forms should be turned into the SAU Office on the third floor of the Union Building. A final organizational meeting to assign positions of the booths and discuss other details will be Tues...

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

PAGE 2—THK NORTH TEXAS DAILY Writer Blasts DeMougeot On USNT Responsibility K.C. Calhoun, 1313 Thirteenth Ave., Denton Dear Dr. DeMougeot, Your most noble letter said that after 18 years of your life in building this univer- sity, you refuse to sit by and let the Daily editors report the farce of USNT meetings because you are a USNT sponsor. Where have you been sitting at 6:30 every Tuesday night for the last two years? 1 have never missed a meeting during that span of time or saw you present at one of our meetings. When I served as USNT representative to the Faculty Senate, I do not recall seeing you present there either! When I served as president of the student senate, your one communication to USNT was to kick us out of our usual meeting place every third Tuesday because of a class you could not schedule anywhere else in the empty Speech and Drama Building at 6:30 in the evening. I resigned my post as vice-president of the student body when the SGA constitution provided a salary...

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

Ir lis |c In In Is, I a id vc |se Jo ny lor I I in es- Ihe |ng >354 llMCS onitt htr •phtr Friday, October 22.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 "Campus Scene Debaters To Attend Tourney The debate squad will send five teams to UT-Austin Debate Tournament Saturday, DR. BEN A. C HAPPELL, director of forensics, said. The junior division teams will include RONI MILAN, Mascoutah, 111., freshman, and MARY GUERRERO, San Antonio freshman; MIKE MeKINLEY, Conroe freshman, and JOHNNY RICHARD- SON, Pittsburg freshman; and JIM CROUCH, Dallas sophomore, and GEORGE ROBINSON, Denton freshman. Other teams are DOUGLAS MAN- NING, Pasadena junior, and JANE ANN JONES, Dallas junior; and MARSHA RUTENBAR, Richardson sophomore, and DEBBY BRANAMAN, Lubbock sophomore. Dr. Chappell and STU SHARP of the speech and drama faculty will accompany the debaters to the one-day affair, he added. The deadline for entering a booth in "Showcase '71" is Monday. Applications for entering a booth in the carnival may be obt...

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

•faSNKfiSw "SfNtpWjwfe iNSw *• '4k Y. 3 -1' - ti -■•■ . , :.& u■,;:9 t,'. • PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY wm' , Friday. October 22,1971 George Foster Miller's Year One of Change Dr. Bill Miller leaned back in his chair. He thought a second and then reminisced on his year as president of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC). "A critical point during my term was developing a cohesive unit among the Val- ley schools because the conference covered such a wide geographical area. From time to fime there were possiblities that some schools might form other affiliations," Miller said. "1 think in the last two years we've established the most solid relation- ship we've ever had." This was accomplished through the ad- mittance of West Texas State and New Mexico State to the MVC. Another factor that strengthened the football program was the return of Drake to Valley football com- petition. ANOTHER BIG plus was the match up of the MVC champion with the Pacific Coast Athletic Association winn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1971

The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 32 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1971 Musicians To Give Homecoming Concert The School of Music will present its Homecoming concert Thursday in the Main Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. featuring the Concert Choir, Uni- versity Symphony and the I O'Clock Lab Band. The Concert Choir, under the direction of Frank McKinley of the Mu- sic faculty, will open the concert with "Psalm 112" by Anton Bruckner, late romantic composer who wrote many church works which have wide dynamic variety. "Song of Mary" by Carl Fischer, featuring a selection of Christmas melodies with Sharon Milliken, Pasadena senior lyric soprano soloist, will be the choir's second selection. Last of the three songs presented by the choir will be Robert Starer's "A Little Nonsense," a fun song from his series "On the Nature of Things." The University Symphony, with Dr. George Morey of the music fac- ulty conducting, will perform two works. The first will be "To...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1971

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Philadelphia Plan Equality Adds More Problems While the civil rights movement in the United States has been attempting to achieve equal rights for all citizens, it has unfortunately created a situa- tion of "reverse discrimination." Although various minority groups have been badly mistreated throughout American history, this is no reason why these groups should receive any spe- cial treatment now. Civil rights means equal rights and opportunities for all, with no special preference to ANY group for ANY reason. The refusal of the Supreme Court recently to hear an appeal on the con- stitutionality of the Philadelphia Plan, a program developed to insure a cer- tain percentage of blacks on federal construction sites, is in itself deplorable. This program is a prime example of how reverse discrimination works. In- stead of protecting civil rights, it calls for a proportional racial mix in the construction industry. It is in this context that the civil rights ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1971

Tuesday, Octobar 20.1971 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Campus Scene■ Allison To Address YDs Tonight JAMES ALLISON, president of the Young Democrat Clubs of Texas (YDCT), will speak to the North Texas Young Dem- ocrats (YDs) tonight at 7 in Room 305 of the Union Building. "Allison has been traveling around the state helping to initiate voter registration drives," STEVE MUNCY, Krum junior and president of YDs, said. Muncy is also second vice-president of YDCT. Allison will be available to give students an opportunity to raise questions concern- ing their voting status, and he will clarify regulations set forth in the new 18- to 21- year-old voting law. The YDs have been working in connec- tion with "Ignition," the voter registration drive started at the beginning of the semes- ter in Denton by some North Texas stu- dents. At the meeting members will also be given information concerning the national YD convention to be held in Hot Springs, Ark. in November. The Painting and Drawing Asso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1971

w WMwmmw " ■- * "' '" '• ; v ^ ''I ••TV I ®B *P'n ■ *'■ ■ l" i1' ■ 1 1 - m %v; ■ • ■ ' s PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY fc'; ;: . '•' ''< .••<•;•' . . ■'. iv--.-- :.p«5:". .<-.v -.mV^vi, : •' •' .. wgft~<> 'f.v •:•;* '• ' .. ■ Tuesday, October 26,1971 Hog Heaven Turns to Hell For Eagles 7 Jr #1 M S : m Swift Kick An unidentified Razorback welcomes Eagle quarterback Rick Shaw to the Southwest Conference during first quarter action in the Arkansas game Saturday. Not intimidated, Shaw passed for three touchdowns and 240 yards against the nation's No. 9 ranked team. Cross-Country Squad Wins Fourth at Meet The first annual North Texas State In- vitational did not turn out to be a total success for its host Saturday. The North Texas cross-country squad placed fourth in a field of seven. The six-mile event was won by the Uni- versity of Houston, which edged Wichita State of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) by four points, 29 to 33. Dallas Baptist College was third with 60,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1971

. T, . ,v v t The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 32 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1971 SWWWWBil Professors To Receive Achievement Awards Trophy Winners Six representatives of service organizations, sororities, fraternities and dormitories received trophies Monday for their organizations' winning donations in the Gift of Life Blood Drive. Accepting, from left, are Ric Burnett, White Oak senior. Alpha Phi Omega in the service cate- gory; Gary Saba, Dallas senior, for Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity; Nancy Cook, Dallas senior, Delta Zeta so rority; Cheryl Cherry, Irving sophomore. Crumley Hall; Thomas Hull, Dallas junior, Pi Kappa Phi fraternity; and Craig Carlson, Houston freshman, West Hall NEWS CAPS Students To Vote Today For Homecoming Queen Final elections for Homecoming queen will be held today from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front of the Union Building. Run-off candidates are Brenda Lane, Waco junior, representing Kerr Hall and Kappa Alpha Psi; Jo Lyn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1971

r.'ita S PAOB 2—THK NORTH TEXAS DAILY Interest Needed Series Requires Regular Director The time has come for a reorganization of the Fine Arts and Lecture Series. At present, the series is run by a five-member committee under the con- trol of the Faculty Senate. Under the direction of Dr. Richard Cass, the committee has no student members and has control of some $27,000 of the Student Services Fee. This is not to say the committee does not want student members. Dr. Cass has said he welcomes students on the committee and that it would give students a certain amount of experience "and would probably make the whole series more effective." But so far, students have shown no interest. The plight of the series at North Texas is similar to the situation the Stu- dent Activities Union (SAU) was in just a few years back. The activities were organized and booked through a committee of about 10 members — mostly faculty members—known as the Student Activities Committee. The committee brought "n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1971

Wednesday. October 27,1971 Coffeecake Maintains UB Tradition By BARBARA CLARK Daily Reporter For 12 ccnts in the Union Building (UB) you can buy a piece of North Texas tradi- tion. When the old student center opened over two decadcs ago, big pieces of cinna- mon coffee cake became the cafeteria's trademark, says Mrs. Clara Lockhart, manager of the UB cafeteria. The old build- ing, which was adjacent to the present build- ing, was torn down on completion of the new UB, but the tradition of the coffee- cake remained. STUDENTS TREAT themselves to a real pleasure when they have a piece of the warm, cinnamon-laced cake Mrs. Lock- hart said. Five or six 12-inch by 24-inch trays of the cake are baked each day. "When we first opened the old build- ing 21 years ago," she said, "this was what we baked every day. Then we would bake as many as 12 big cakes a day, and each would come out to the students warm and fresh from the oven. "We're now baking from 300 to 400 doughnuts each day, so we don...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 October 1971

HB HI 1 ■ 9 f, PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Mbmii Valley Conferenc* Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Team W L T Pet. Pu. OP Drake 5 2 0 .714 161 87 Louisville 3 2 1 .600 112 68 Tulsa 3 3 0 .500 112 167 New Mexico State 3 3 1 .500 104 120 Wichita State 2 4 0 .333 71 130 Memphis State 2 5 0 .286 107 101 North Texas State 1 S 0 .167 60 168 West Texas State 1 5 0 .167 46 114 CONFERENCE Team W L T Pet. Pts. OP Memphis State 2 1 0 .667 77 38 Tulsa 2 1 0 .667 70 77 Louisville 2 2 0 .500 71 55 North Texas 1 1 0 .500 20 27 Drake 1 2 0 .333 15 50 Wichita State 0 1 0 .000 5 21 West Texas State 0 2 0 .000 13 47 LAST WEEK'S SCORES: Louisville 21, . . sfeSfr' tSBIHiR • r< .-J''!*/ £} 1 '$ / .i 1] 1 „ * , $ Ui' * .' v ^ .< ' ■ '•'> ' - . \ SEASON ta£?nMPS —i .. .■• . ! \>i '5£ix v-cVicvivi'.v • ja . v^ss ■/ 5kkb*4A BaniMM ** *; w wm vmsm m s ( | Wednesday, October 27.1971 Wichita State 5, Memphis State 27, Southern Mississippi 12; Drake 49, South Dakota 7; New Mexico State 20, UT-Arli...

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

1 1 H The North Texas Daily 56TH YEAR NO. 34 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1971 CAPSULES Ecology Group Sponsors "Clean Green" Float Persons interested in helping with the "Clean Green" float of the Homecoming parade should meet at 8 a.m. Saturday in the United Ministries Center parking lot. Reaction Against Pollution (RAP) Presi- dent Dean Rozelle, Tyler graduate student, said Wednesday. "We are hoping for a good response from the student body," Rozelle said. "We feel that our 'functional float' will help in bring- ing ecology to the front of students' minds." For more information, one can call RAP members at 387-1578 or 387-0883. Students Await Results Of Final Queen Votes Who will be the 197I Homecoming Queen? Whether it will be Suzi Caruzzi, Jo Lynn Belcher or Brenda Lane, will be announced at the Homecoming Bonfire Friday even- ing. A parade will leave from in front of the Union Building at 6:30 p.m. and proceed to the north end of Fouts Field...

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

PAGE 2—THE NORTH T1XA8 DAILY BY STEYEN ESTES Special Writer 1 agree that we live in a world totally devoid of the presence of God. I believe in the ftitility of all current attempts. . .to make God meaningfully present to us. We are alone. We shall remain alone. We now dwell in a silent, unfeeling cosmos in which we are condemned to live out our lives and return to the nothingness out of which we have arisen. —Rabbi R.L. Rubenstein THIS WAS the mood two or three years ago, if not throughout America, at least on many college campuses. Many proclaimed that God was dead. The young sought a temporary escape from this "un- feeling cosmos" through drugs. People were disillusioned with America- and also with a little country called South Vietnam. But now the war is slowly winding down; the campuses are cooling, and the opposing sides are taking long second looks at each other. Americans seem to be finding new hope. They are channeling this new-found hope in many directions. One direction i...

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

nt its fi- ne cs :nt u- get nts be Thursday, October 28,1971 Help House Offers Aid To Students The purpose of Help House is to let peo- ple know there is an alternative to drugs, Jerry McGregor, assistant director, told the Lutheran student organization during an informal rap session Wednesday night at the drug rehabilitation center, 1302 W. Oak. "We will not make a police case out of the drug users that come to us," Dr. Norma Gilbert, director of the Help House and member of the TWU political science facul- ty, said. HELP HOUSE is a 24-hour drug crisis center with a helpful environment for those who want to cure their drug addiction, McGregor said. He added that they have a staff with at least two people on duty all the time but said they were often helped by drug users who come in. The staff of the drug rehabilitation cen- ter includes some who have been through drug crises themselves, McGregor said. It aids to better understanding between the staff and the patient, he said. FEDER...

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

Thursday. October 28.1971 *gity E4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ■ I I Defense! May Stop Eaglets' Attack By RANDY RIGGS Associate Sports Editor People down Houston way like to say that the only predictable thing about the University of Houston Cougars is that they are unpredictable. In 1968 for example, the Cougars must have set some sort of record when they em- barrassed the hell out of Tulsa, 100-6. In the same season, however, the Cats lost several games which were considered pushovers. The breeding ground for Cougar talent, the freshmen Kittens, is considered very stable this season—coming into tonight's game against the Eaglets with a 2-0 mark. The world didn't stop turning when the Kittens defeated the Wichita State fresh- men 22-7 a couple of weeks ago, but there were tremors when the Houston frosh upset the highly regarded Picadors from Texas Tech, 14-7. Now people are taking the Kittens more seriously. Kitten Coach Bob Baldwin has not been surprised by the early-season results of h...

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

' HOMECOMING EDITION The North Texas Daily 55TH YEAR NO. 35 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29,1971 wmmWim reWM Wmi «bfjWA sr.di Vt Yww VfcVjt* tii \x\;t* 'Wiro .4 \ • _ mm/am S#wa ;.--v, mmmm Really Big Shoe! Kappa Alpha took an old nursery rhyme, gave it a new twist and used it as the basis of their homecoming deco rations on the theme "NTSU—the New U " Four orga- nizations decorating three sites were entered in the house decorations contest. Crumley Hall and Kappa Alpha were to decorate their residences while Lambda Chi Alpha and Chi Omega were to decorate the stadium for judging Thursday morning The judging team is made up of an art faculty member, an art student and a former student. The winner will be announced Saturday at the homecoming game Chaparrals To Donate Portion Of Nets Game Gate To Larkins Herb Larkins, injured North Texas bas- ketball player, will receive part of the pro- ceeds from the Nov. 9 basketball game be- tween the Dallas Chaparra...

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

Save Money i Parade Wastes Student Efforts That annual autumn ritual is upon us. Homecoming is here, bringing with it painted store windows, pep rallies, pretty little queens and hard mus- cled football heroes in cleats and shoulder pads. Homecoming is the time of year when all the fraternities and sororities ban together to build their Homecoming float. The floats—those moving piles of paper filing in a procession. It was quite refreshing to read that Lambda Chi Alpha, a perennial winner in float competition (although it seems every entry wins some award) has decided against building a float and is going to decorate Fouts Field for the first time. The rustic old field could use a facelifting. Dr. Pete Gunter's Cleanup Float, which consists of garbage cans on little red wagons pulled by members of his group Reaction Against Pollution (RAP), will follow to clean up the parade's mess. How can anyone rap, if you'll pardon the expression, Homecoming— that sacred cow on the North Texas c...

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