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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 September 1977

IV •• • f ■ ^Wednesday, September 7, 1977 ^Motorcyclist Claims Law Aids Rights Wie right to ride a motorcycle without a helmet is a right protected by the Con- stitution, a motorcyclist said Tuesday. He said the recent repeal of the helmet law,in Texas is an encouraging victory in the war against "discrimination" against motorcyclists by the federal government. Lynn Eckstein, a member of the Texas M^orcycle Roadrider Association, brought his own statistics into view Tuesday in an attempt to counter quoted statistics of the National Highway Traf- fic Safety Council. The council reports motorcycle deaths have increased 20 per cent in the nine states that did not have helmet laws. THE REPEAL of the state's helmet „ rule went into effect Monday. ""You can prove anything with statistics," Eckstein, a Lallas junior, said. He pointed to a stack of ;r' ^azines for motorcycle enthusiasts, in which, he said, there are statistics "proving" that cycle fatalities actually dropped after helmet la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 September 1977

PA< go sic to ye; en pr tic an rm da ac ha ga go PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 7, 1! & rm . : 'WjSkzS r i?r^WVni'1 State Spoils Opener," 15-1 Mississippi Eagles Lose Heartbreaker, / Looking Downfield Photo by ROB HESTER Mean Green quarterback Ken Washington, Port Arthur senior, sets up to pass, as Meivin Lark, Dallas sophomore, blocks for him in Saturday's opener against Mississippi State. Washington hit on four of eight passes in the 17-15 loss. Bv ROBERT HESTER Sports Editor "We lost the game by two inches," Head Coach Hayden Fry said after NT lost its opening game to Mississippi State 17-15 in Starkville, Miss., Satur- day. "If that kick had been that much higher, we would have won," he said. The kick, a 35-yard field goal attempt, came with 5:25 remaining in the second quarter, lseed Khoury, Nazareth, Israel senior, chipped the kick high in the air and it came down squarely on the mid- dle of the crossbar and bounced back towards the playing field. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1977

sa T It \ :/. i Newscaps Black Coalition Seeks Signatures For Young Members of the Black Coalition will be circulating a petition today to col- lect signatures in support of U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young. Paul Ross, Minneapolis, Minn, junior and member of the Black Coalition, said five to eight people will be collecting signatures as part of a nation-wide effort. He said they hope o collect 1,000 signatures at NT. The national drive is headed by the Rev. J^it Jackson, People United to Save Humanity (PUSH) president, Ross said. Reverend Jackson will carry all the petitions to Washington Saturday, he said. Dollies Seek High-kickers at Today's Tryouts Tryouts for the Dollies Dance Troupe, formerly the Mean Green Dollies, will be held today at 4:30 p.m. at the golf course clubhouse. Applicants are required to have a 2.0 GPA, to exhibit basic rhythm and poise, to have some idea of stance and to have proper weight for their height, Linda Davis, director of the Dollies, said Wednesday. In a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Public Transit Plans Shrivel Architects and city planners Serge Chermayeff and Christopher Alexander, in their 1963 book "Community and Privacy," lamented the rise of America's "Autocentric Culture." At the time they wrote, the authors estimated the automobile as "enemy number one." Today, having seen 14 years, an energy crisis and a quantum leap in gas prices, America is no less autocentric. The daily habits of millions rely on the car, and the car alone; no other means of transportation will suffice. But the same swift, sleek vehicles that seem so sensible, certainly so convenient on the wide highways, prove to be unwieldy near the university, where roads narrow and parking becomes the main concern. Public transportation is clearly the answer: not a panacea, but at least a palliative. But we have been slow in adopting any form of public con- veyance, and even slower in developing mass tran- sit. Denton has no public transportation; the cam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1977

• SSSK ' WMfai'-• mmtf&rimvtvmeas:-1'« <<•< A * ' 1 > V • l * • 1 ♦ y i { l/: : t < j 4 " Thursday, September 8, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Concert Review Kiss Revives Rock XN' Roll By DARRELL GOOLSBEE Amusements Editor God, what am I doing here? I should have known something was wrong with this idea when my 8-year-old sister got mad at me for not bringing her along. And she wouldn't have been out of place by any means. There are actually entire families here. Balding men with their prim, proper wives and wee, whimpering children. And, of course, the Kiss freaks. Junior high rock 'n' rollers. Legions of them clad in T-shirts bearing the insignia of their favorite group. There are more painted faces than I've seen since the heyday of Alice Cooper. A true carnival atmosphere complete with souvenir stands selling memorabilia that includes everything from programs to belt buckles. But at least the beer lines are short. There can be no doubt about it. This is it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 8, 1977 Craft Center Offers Facilities, Instruction Stained Glass Art Charles Emich, Poughkeep- sie, N.Y., graduate student, demonstrates the techni- ques of stained glass art. Emich teaches the noncredit stained glass workshops for the Arts and Craft Center. Photo by VINCE HEPTIQ Teaching Program Merges Topics By KIM ERNST Special Writer Remember those head-splitting topics your English instructor put on the board during composition writing time? Remember how hard it was to think up enough words to expound on "My Most Memorable Experience" in 2,000 words or less? Dr. Jake Kobler of the English faculty has devised a tandem teaching program that he hopes will improve student's writing in this type of situation. At the same time, it will encourage them to pur- sue their main field of interest, he said. This semester, students enrolled in Political Science 190 who haven't taken English 131, will be able to take both courses simultaneousl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1977

I 1 ; ; V M < * \ 1 u / III Thursday, September 8, 1977 / THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Saving Money Alan Jones, Dallas freshman, Is saving money for his father and himself by using the SA metro line, it only cost 25 cents to use the metro line for five minutes. Photo by EUSE KNOX % VA Adjusts Payroll Plan, Prevents Advance Pay SA Evaluates Phone Use The Student Association (SA) is evaluating the use of the metro line to decide if a second line or possibly a Texas Watts line should be added. The evaluation will be finished around Oct. I. Approximately 200 students a day use the metro line. "There is usually a line of people waiting to use the phone," said Dennis O'Neal, SA president. The metro line is located on the fourth floor of the University Union in the SA office. To use the phone a student must sign his name, the city he is calling and the time. "This is just for the SA records," O'Neal said. Students are asked to limit their calls to five minutes and to donate 25 cents. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 September 1977

'r- PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 8, 1977 I low Mean I his \N cck Eagles To Face ^ Unknown Tactics By ROBERT HESTER Sports Editor The thing that worries Head Coach Hayden Fry in his preparations for the UT-El Paso game Saturday in El Paso's Sun Bowl is not knowing what to prepare for. Bill Michael begins his first football season since taking over the head coaching job last December. "A new coach brings in a new program and a new enthusiasm," Coach Fry said. "We don't know what we're facing. "WE DONT know if they're going to run a wishbone or a veer. There is some pro-passing experience in their coaching staff, too," he said. Michael's last coaching job was with Oklahoma where he worked with the of- fensive line. Before that he had worked with defensive ends and linebackers at OU. Oklahoma won the national cham- pionship with the wishbone offense when he was coach. Bobby Baldwin, UT-fcl Paso offensive coordinator, gained most of his previous coaching experience wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1977

4> The North Texas Daily 61ST YEAR NO. 7 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1977 i j> 4 , •v , * < § I I A V «* r Triple Toss Photo by ELISE KNOX Mark Adams, South St. Paul, Minn., freshman, practices his jug- gling act almost every day in the Speech and Drama Mall. Adams began his hobby two years ago while living in California. He can ride a unicycle, too, but he doesn't practice both skills at once. Newscaps Student Association To Hold Co-Op Meeting The Student Association (SA) will hold a meeting Monday at 7:45 p.m. in University Union 413 to plan the operation of the SA Food Co-Op for this semester. Dennis O'Neal, SA president, will head the meeting for all members of the co-op, and other individuals interested in joining the program. Car Pool Printouts To Arrive Next Week Computer printouts will be available by the end of next week for students who have signed up for the Student Association (SA) car pool. The printouts will be at the Dean ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1977

'...Jl ,, , mwx ■ ■ it S3- PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY .'. ' - Friday, September 9, 1977 « Texas Tawk Heps Folks Knout Whar Yur Frum If yew don't have torn, yore too tarred or yew ahreddy node watt Ah'm gonna say, yew maht not wanna read this story. But if yew don't have ennythang ails to do, thin jist set down wear it's kwat and trah to read this story without gitten sect to yore stummick. Marsha Tunnell If yew kin read this riot, thin yore definitely frum Texas. TEXANS are known the world over for their oil, their cattle, their tall tales, their boots and hats, but there's something else that makes a Texan stand out in a crowd. His accent! Whenever I leave the Lone Star State and venture into some other area of the U.S., people can im- mediately tell where I'm from the minute I say, "Hah, yawl." Funny, nobody in Texas ever mentions my accent. SO WHAT is it that makes Texans so peculiar that you can pick them out of a crowd the minute they open their mouths? I discovered there is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1977

z< Friday, September 9, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 A Fall Fashions Emphasize Fabrics New Styles Spotlight 'Highly Touchable' Looks Art by TIM PIATT Shawl Fashion A fringed shawl wrapped over one shoulder and leg warmers make a cozy winter ensemble. By RUTHANNE BROCKWAY Amusements Editor If the fall fashion scenc had to be sum- med up in one word, the word would be tactile. Or even sensual fabrics. Fabrics in the season's women's clothing almost beg to be touched: pure silk, cashmere, crushed velvet, wool and ultrasuede. Evening wear features even more luxurious materials such as silk satin, brocade, lace and silk chiffon. "And for a limited audience there is 'rock shock' fashion," Betty Marzan of the fashion design faculty in the art department said. "It started in London and was called punk rock, which inspired a kind of funky attire called rock shock fashion. It's a funky style. It's ripped and pinned and charred and feathered and bond with cord. It's just anything and e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1977

wwm PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Growth Groups Aid Sensitive Individuals Personal growth groups including an assertive training group, an encounter group, an interpersonal skills group and a group designed for those persons who wish to overcome shyness will be offered by the Counseling and Testing Center, Dr. Elneita Dever, counseling psy- chologist said. Students may sign up for the groups at the Counseling and Testing Center on the third floor of the University Union. "These groups are designed to help people manage and integrate the Love Study Casts Light On He-Men SWANSEA, Wales (AP)—Mr. Mus- cle who struts along the beach flexing biceps and kicking sand in Skinny Weakling's face is no longer Betty Bathing Beauty's ideal man, claims an American psychologist who specializes in studying love. The traditional He-Man ideal glorified on everything from celluloid to cereal boxes is a myth today, said Dr. Sally Beck, a professor at Butler Univer- sity in Indianapolis. Dr. Beck conducte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1977

Friday, September 9, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 rf \ f y i t {■ j fr a t :J > : •V i m -w * Get 'Up And Away,' With TM Society Prepares Way for 'Age of Enlightenment" Liftoff Using a new technique, developed secretly over the last two years by Transcendental Meditation Society in India, people are reported to be able to levitate. In this picture, supplied by the TM headquarters, two experienced TMers begin to levitate. Oil Dealers Support Lifting Price Controls DALLAS (AP)—Independent petroleum dealers, testifying in favor of the proposed lifting of gasoline price and allocation controls, say gas supplies are plentiful and prices are stable. Only one speaker, representing the Texas Oil Marketers Association, spoke Wednesday against the Federal Energy Administration proposal. Gas prices and allocations have been regulated since 1973 in an attempt to keep down the cost at the pump while world prices have been escalating. A spokesman for a Kansas firm that sells gasoline whol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 September 1977

Pi if 111? 1 i rfjf ■ - ■ T"T:'-}■ jE ; fy;' -fvit PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Frr ~ •.;■■■ ir1Vf~IJ[|lM—IIIIHllll II I~I~TT—^ >,r- ,, , V Friday, September 9, 1977 NT Journeys Westward For Miner Confrontation By PHIL ROGERS Sports Editor Coming off what Head Coach Hayden Fry called NT's "best opening game in his tenure," the Mean Green will again hit the road this week, facing the UT-E1 Paso Miners in the border- town's Sun Bowl Saturday night. When the game gels underway at 7:30 (MDT), Coach Fry's charges will be faced with quite a different challenge from that posed by Mississippi State in the season opener. Going into that game, NT knew it faced a tough test against highly-touted MSU. This week, however, the Mean Green will be facing a team which finished 1976 with only a single win. The Miners have changed many things since that I -11 mark was posted last fall. They have a new coach, Bill Michael, and will probably have a cor- responding new look. This will be UT-EI Paso's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1977

1 MHRRMMfl 0 The North Texas Daily 61ST YEAR NO. 8 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1977 . * U / i 4 % i ?• \ f > Spirit Groups Prepare Activities i Talon Drum Beat To Countdown NT-SMU Kickoff By IAN PIERCE Special Writer Campus spirit groups want to make sure the final football match between NT and SMU starts off with a bang. . . er, a beat. The Talon Drum Beat will start at midnight Friday and continue until the 7:05 p.m. kickoff at Texas Stadium, Talon member Tom Hockaday said Monday. "The drum beat will start real slow at first and then get faster and faster," he said." The drum and drummer will be put on the back of a pick-up truck and taken to Texas Stadium." The beat will increase in tempo and Students Petitions Circulate For Young By JIM POYNER Special Writer Four NT students collected 775 signatures on petitions in support of U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young to counteract the efforts of a national organization bent on having him ousted. Paul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 13, 1977 Ti I r An Editorial Press Shifts Role The revitalized morality of the '70s has struck again. But this time it is the press that is doing the back-stabbing. On August 11, Los Angeles became the nation's largest city to impose restrictions on the locations of adult (sex-oriented) establishments by passing an ordinance requiring such establishments to be a minumum of 1,000 feet from each other and 500 feet from residences, churches and schools. On August 12, Otis Chandler, publisher of the Los Angeles Times, announced that the paper was discontinuing carrying advertisements for those places and called the ads "indefensible." On August 23, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, In- dianapolis, Kansas City and Seattle had earlier passed similar ordinances, and such notable papers as the New York Times, Miami Herald and Sacramento Bee either severely restrict or ban "pornographic" advertisements. The cities mentioned undeniably have the right ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1977

ger Unl- long ig the d ex- ders. gned ind $2 reflect Dally. 88-2406 TIMES T Tifjesday, September 13, 1977 I I i «RSr.'v*r I Photo by JON WHIT8ELL Lyle Mays plays softly at Pat Metheny's Sept. 6 show The first steps in the elimination process for the Miss Black NT Pageant have been completed, and the field of contestants has been narrowed to 12 finalists The finalists in the Oct. 8 affair are Theta Collins, Rhonda Crawford Deborah Davis, Jacqueline Franklin, Sheric Goodspeed, Dianne Harris, Bridgettc McHenry, Marsha Pratt, Agnes Sanford, Adrian Temple, Valerie Tennyson and Sarita Williams. Donald Cox, programming intern at the Intercultural Services Office, said the ♦ SiiM IpMMI Mtt ■ THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Pianist Mays Comes vHome' Again By JOHN MARCHESE Staff Writer For convenience's sake, when writing the history of the NT lab band program, we might do well to designate times as B.L. or A.L.—before or after the coming of Lyle Mays. Before making him out as any sort of savior...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1977

* n * fi ml PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Abductions Mar Holiday Argentinean Neo-Nazis Terrorize Jews BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP)— The other day the Tikvah Delicatessen was crowded with shoppers buying honey and a sweet bread called jalot for the Jewish New Year holiday of Rosh Hashana, which began at sundown Monday. "We hope the new year may bring bet- ter tidings for the Jews of Argentina," the store owner told a visitor. Newspapers on that day carried stories of the abduction of a Jewish cou- ple. Foreign diplomats were working behind the scenes to obtain the release of a Jewish family of five kidnaped earlier by 12 armed men identified unofficially as security agents. The abductions were the latest in a long string of incidents involving Jews. They have revived suspicions that anti- Semitism is tolerated and even fostered in Argentina by government leaders. THE MILITARY regime denies this, and Jewish leaders agree that there is no official anti-Semitic campaign. They blame it on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1977

> Tuesday, September 13, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 > \ \ ' 1 I ' f ' ♦ \ A \ '1 f W i ? r ) k i ( I Teaching Career Seniors May Apply for Fellowships Students interested in the Danforth Fellowships for Ph.D. studies should contact Hugh M. Ayer, associate dean, College of Arts and Sciences. The fel- lowships will be awarded by the Dan- forth Foundation of St. Louis, Mo. in April. The fellowships are open to all qualified persons who have serious in- terest in careers of teaching in colleges and universities, and who plan to study for a Ph.D. in any field of study com- mon to the undergraduate liberal arts curriculum in the United States. Approximately 60 fellowships will be awarded to college seniors who are nominated by campus liaison officers. Another 35 to 40 awards will be made to postbaccalaureate persons who apply directly to the foundation. Private Organization To Trace Defaulters The job of collecting defaulted federally insured student loans will soon be placed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY By PHIL ROGERS Sports Editor The difference was like night and day. Leading by a thin 6-3 margin at the half, Coach Hayden Fry's Mean Green played like a team with something to prove in the second half of its game against the Texas-El Paso Miners Satur- day night. They came away with both a 41-10 win over the Miners, and proof that indeed, 1977 is going to be an ex- citing year for NT football. The second half was NT football at its best. Enjoying what Coach Fry called "a Mean Green explosion," the Eagle of- fense picked up an impressive 323 total yards in the half, while scoring five touchdowns. Michael Jones, Loraine senior, paced Fry's offense. He ran for three of the NT scores, and picked up 138 yards for his night's work. THE FIRST HALF, however, was another story. The NT offense huffed and puffed for the full 30 minutes, but saw their first half TD chances blow away. "We were inconsistent and terri- ble the first half," Coach Fry said. North Texas ...

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