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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1971

. —'T7" Friday. October 29.1971 -HE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAQI J 1946: That Was The Year That Was at North Texas I ... >J*: >■ IT"* Remember when the winter wind whipped your face, so you and your favor- ite girl snuggled up and moved closer to the bonfire? Homecoming: Alumni Reminisce On rThe Good Old Days' When. It was Nov. 22, 1946 Students and Eagle fans were crowding into Fouts Field to see North Texas battle F.ast Texas State Teachers College in one of the big ones of the season. Cries of victory swept the stadium after the Eagles tromped East Texas 47-7 to win the Lone Star Conference. That was a long time ago, before many present North Texas students were even born. But students today can look at this picture page and see a part of themselves because all of us will have a homecoming some day. It's hard to scan these pictures and not get a nostalgic feeling. Those were the days my friend. Remember when Rose Marie Royall, a 19-year-old brownette from Athens, was crowned the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1971

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ffssssesmnmswaoi Friday, October 29.1971 Kittens Mangle Baby Birds, 42-14 Trapped University of Houston freshman quarterback Frank Scalise finds himself engulfed by Eaglet lineman during the first quarter of the North Texas-Houston game Thursday night at Fouts Field. Sitting on Scalise are Eaglet lineman Miles Hurst (left) and David Deaton. North Texas led at one point in the contest. 14-7, but second half mistakes proved fatal to the Eaglets, who lost their third game of the season. —Photo by James Fredd Bulldogs Bark May Bite Eagles Drake Strong With 5-2 By RANDY RIGGS Associate Sports Editor And in this corner we have the Drake Bulldogs, whose bite is just as bad as their bark—beware all football teams and fire hydrants. The Bulldogs are officially classified as a small college team, but you'd have a hard time convincing Abilene Christian, Louis- ville, Northern Arizona, Northern Iowa and South Dakota—all victims of the Drake attack. THE MEN from Des ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1971

' ";v" Friday. October 29,1971 'What-a-Pumpkin' Jack-o-lanterns would not usually scare college stu- dents. but the size of this one should I The pumpkin weighs 102 pounds and stands two-and-one-half feet high. Polly Westdyke. Dallas senior, and Ken Lane. Amarillo senior, appear unaffected by the size of the pumpkin, however, as they prepare "jack" for his an- nual appearance Sunday night (Halloween). The pump- kin will guard the College Inn over the weekend. — PHOTO BY JAMES FREDD Comment Moellinger Seeks Registration Help EDITOR'S NOTE: "Comment" is a new column appearing in the Daily this semester to allow campus newsmakers a chance to express themselves through a newspaper format. These newsmakers will be deter- mined by the Daily staff, and guest colum- nists will be able to write through invitation only. "Comment" will not be used for rebuttals to guest columnists. All rebuttals are to be made in the form of letters to the editor. Daily editors will edit the column for style, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1971

St r, *■' fr? PAOI <—TH! NORTH TEXAS DAILY -/Music Round-Up Lab Band To Release Album The 10'Clock Lab Band, under the direc- tion of LEON BREEDEN, will be the featured group on a double album to be released soon. The album, entitled "12 by 3," will pre- sent eight selections by the lab band and four performed by the Bowie (Md.) High School "Streamliners." Some of the tunes recorded by the Lab Band include "As in Wheaties?" by Pete Myers; "Drum Shtik" written by Jay Hill; "Pieces of 8-12 and 4" by Billy Byers and "Winter Love" by Mundell Lowe. All pieces performed by the group were written by members of Creative Jazz Com- posers, Inc., an organization established to bring together some of the most noted jazz composers in the nation. The organi- zation asked the North Texas and Mary- land groups to work on the album. The album was recorded primarily for educational purposes and will be made available to music educators as a teaching device, Breeden said. However, the public may pu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1971

'?/rvv, 'W Friday, October 29,1971 % THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Eye Sore Halloween is the time for dressing up (down?) and going out on the town as shown by Marcy Boyd, McLean, Va., freshman. There was a Halloween party in Kendall Hall Wednesday night. If you'd like a date you had better hurry as Miss Boyd writes, time does pass and beauty does fade. —Photo by James Fredd Design Club Selling Clothes for Boutique Original-design clothes will be sold from the Costume Design Club's boutique in front of the Union Building (UB) Friday 3 to 8 p.m., Mrs. Lorna Francis of the art faculty said Wednesday. The club's Green Stocking Boutique, to be housed under a canopy in front of the UB, will feature garments and accessories that students designed and made. MONEY FROM the sale will go back into the students' pockets for the cost of their materials and into the club treasury. Campus Calendar Oops, the Daily made a mistake in Thursday's calendar. This is the corrected calendar. Friday, Oct. 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1971

■ PAQf t—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 29.1971 Groups List Homecoming [^Calendar 8 p.m. 8 p.m. after concert WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27 CONCERT: "The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Jerry Jeff Walker and Russ Kirkpatrick." Main Auditorium. $2 per student, $4 per non-student. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 HOMECOMING CONCERT: School of Music concert featuring the Lab Band, A Capella Choir and NTSU Sym- phony Orchestra. Main Auditorium. SAU MOVIE: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf ?" Main Audirorium. 25 cents with discount card, 50 cents without discount card. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 10 a.m. 3-9 p.m. ALUMNI PRO-AM GOLF: Norfh Texas Golf Course. Prior entry fee only. ALL CAMPUS CARNIVAL: Fun, games, prizes. For students and alumni. In front of Union Building. 6:30 p.m. PARADE/BONFIRE: Torchlight parade from Adminis- tration Building to Fouts Field parking lot. Bonfire and announcement of 1971 Homecoming Queen. DINNER/DANCE: Buffet, bar, band. Denton Country Club. By reservation only. STUDENT DANCE: Afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 84 Committee recommends legislation House report on NT financial investigation reveals need for reforms By BILL CHRISTENSEN Staff Writer A report issued Friday by the House General Investigating Committee recommends legisla- tion be enacted at the Legislature's next session to correct problems found in an investigation of alleged financial improprieties at NT. The report referred several matters to Denton County District Attorney Jerry Cobb, Travis County District Attorney Ronald Earle, At- torney General Mark White and the Board of Regents for consideration. Cobb said Monday he did not plan to take any action until he talked with Doug Shaver and Bob Shults from the Texas Prosecutors Coor- dinating Council. "They're the ones who did the investigation and they're the ones who know if there are any prosecutable offenses." The report does not say what documents the investigators relie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1980

C ommentary The North Texas Daily page 2 Tuesday, March 4,1980 Editorials Grading for excellence In the drive to improve academic standards, all cur- riculum requirements should be re-evaluated. General degree requirements should receive special scrutiny since they are the backbone of the liberal arts education that educators desperately are trying to preserve. Requirements that enhance academic stan- dards should be reinforced. Those that do not con- tribute to academic excellence should be altered. One of the requirements that should be altered is the physical education requirement. Although few would deny that physical education has something to contribute to the well-being of students, the four-semester requirement at NT does nothing to contribute to NT's standard of excellence. A comparison with highly-rated institutions in Texas and other states proves that this requirement is not necessary for achieving high ranking. Besides the fact that the requirement is not a neces- sary ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1980

Tuesday, March 4,1980 Art students learn through Quantitizer An intensified learning experience in colors and shapes is offered to NT art students by a video manipulation machine known as the Quantitizer. The device originally was constructed for video art, based on a video colorizer. David Dow, former NT artist-in- residence, compacted several technical video devices and constructed the IMP Color Quantitizer for use in instruc- tional situations. While it appears extremely com- plicated, a student may be familiarized with the machine within 10 minutes. A simple black and white camera image is fed into the Quantitizer. The signal from the camera is broken into eight separate grey scale levels by the Quantitizer. Each level is displayed on a TV monitor, separately or in any com- bination. Level I is the darkest area and level 8 is the lightest. Red, green or blue color may be ad- ded to the gray scale level with the color channels. A full range of colors is possi- ble for each of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 4,1980 Photo by EDWIN MORRIS PIG-HEADED—Lee Burns, Fort Worth sophomore, examines "Pig In Hand," a ceramic sculpture by Joe Bova, on display in the Art Building lobby. Poll finds freshmen materialistic Informal NT student survey disagrees with national study By TERRI BANNING Daily Reporter Although a nationwide poll reported this year's college freshmen are more materialistic than recent entering classes, most of 100 NT students surveyed listed "finding happiness" and "living a good Christian life" as their goals. The 14th annual pulse reading of entering freshmen, conducted by the University of California at Los Angeles and the American Council on Educa- tion, says a record number of students are planning business careers and 63 per- cent of those surveyed rated "being well off financially" as one of their main goals in life. The national survey used sophisticated methods of sampling based on a 250.000 freshman population in U.S. colleges...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1980

Tuesday, March 4,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 ' Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK—David Coffey, Sanger sophomore, left, grimaces as Mike Tlsdeu, Paris junior, lands a right hook during the Third Annual Lambda Chi Alpha Fight Night. Tlsdeu won the boxing match Fri- day at the Denton County Fairgrounds. FREE PREGNANCY TESTS • Immediate Appointments • Confidential Counseling • Birth Control Information • Termination of Pregnancy 4 ll f H«jg« i' • ■20 □ Man /J /J Exit Las Vegas Trail Off I-20 West. €> 5TTSI WESTTSIDE CLINIC 817-246-2446 2011 Las Vegas Trail (West Ft. Worth) Lake park could cause traffic flood Although many Grapevine residents are bubbling with joy over Wet'n Wild, a proposed recreational park, Flower Mound residents are concerned that a nearby highway could become overcrowded by tourists. Wet'n Wild is a proposed water- oriented recreational facility with giant slides, water rides and a beach. The park would be located near Lake Grapevine Dam. Dur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 4,1980 Team runs sixth Tracksters weather storm By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter The men's track team Finished sixth out of nine teams in the Border Olym- pics in Laredo Saturday. This finish does not tell the entire story, since the meet was run in adverse weather conditions and NT did not com- pete in the finals. "About halfway through the preliminaries the weather got so bad that they d •' :ded to let the best times in the prelims set the places," NT Coach John McKenzie said. "If you were in a slow heat, you were in trouble." Rudy Levarity won his heat in the 200-meter dash by about five yards, McKenzie said, but finished third in the field because two runners in another heat had faster times. "It would have been a lot better for us if Rudy would have been able to run in the finals, because 1 think he would have finished ai least second," McKenzie said. Darrell Gee won his heat in the 400- meter hurdles but did not place. Brian Rowley w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1980

. ! 1 [ . 1 • ^ • i 4 i ^ • 1: K { < i i . The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 85 Reprimanded judge to stay in office Scofield, attorney deny improper conduct allegations By PEGGY HENDRICKS and LAURA HAYNES Staff Writers District Judge Bob Scofield said Tuesday he will not resign because of a reprimand from the Texas Com- mission on Judicial Conduct Monday alleging improper conduct. Allegations include accepting $8,000 in Texas Rangers baseball tickets from a Lewisville firm, receiv- ing personal loans of up to $20,000 from two Denton lawyers and scolding jurors who acquitted a man charged with murder. Scofield's attorney, Bill Wood, issued a statement Tuesday defending the judge. Maurice Pipkin, executive director of the commis- sion, delivered the reprimand to Scofield Monday and said no information on the action would be released until Friday. The reprimand alleges Scofield acted improperly by: • Accepting $8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Wednesday, March 5,1980 Page 2 Editorials Consent to testify The U.S. Supreme Court is realizing the norms of marriage and the criminal justice system in modern America are changing. Its decision last week to strike a long-standing prece- dent that husbands and wives may not testify against each other without consent of the other is laudable. The court's ruling takes the legal system out of the Victorian Age. For the past 22 years, an accused person could block his spouse's testimony by withholding consent for the spouse to testify. The 1958 precedent was established to protect information privately disclosed between hus- band and wife. The Supreme Court aptly recognizes that times have changed. As Chief Justice Warren Burger wrote for the court, the foundations for such a privilege disappeared long ago. The 1958 decision was based on the conviction that a no-testimony ruling would foster harmony in the sanc- tity of marriage. It is not the judicial ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1980

Wednesday, March 5,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY TEXAS PLAYBOY—Guitarist Mike Williams plays one of his original songs in The Lyceum. Williams, a progressive country musician and songwriter, performed at NT Monday as part of a Texas tour. Alumna to sing Verdi's 'Requiem' Chicago opera soprano opens tonight with orchestra, chorus By FLAKE OLSON Daily Reporter Jo Ann Pickens was introduced to opera 10 years ago when she was enthralled by the music of a college production of "Tristan and Isolde." Although she missed the plot and psy- chology of that first opera because her attention was on the music, Ms. Pickens made a positive mark in the opera world by subsequently concentrating on all aspects of opera, Ms. Pickens, NT alumna and soprano with the Chicago Lyric Opera, opens tonight in Giuseppe Verdi's "Messa da Requiem" with three other NT graduates, the University Symphony Orchestra and Grand Chorus at 8:15 Untitled art wins p.m. in the Concert Hall in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 5,1980 Non-verbal factors color broad spectrum of moods By PERRY MYKLEBY Daily Reporter Visual and audio factors have a bearing on the amount and type of communication that occurs in a setting, Dr. William Powers of the speech communica- tion and drama faculty said. Colors, lines of flow, lighting and music influence conversation, Dr. Powers said. Line of flow is a line created by the arrangement of furniture and other room fixtures. "Color certainly impacts a person's mood," he said. BLUE GIVES feelings of security, tenderness, coolness, pleasantness and leisure. Green gives feelings of security, peace and calm, and the combination of blue and green produces a peaceful mood. Red gives feelings of excitement, heat and vitality, and yellow can imply cheerfulness and excitement but also can give feelings of unpleasantness and hostility. Sensuality, melancholy, sadness, neutrality and autumn are conveyed through brown. Color alone does not ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1980

Wednesday, March 5,1980 * I * Sunspots trouble communications For people working in broadcast com- munications, this year could be frustrating. The sun is reaching a period known as sunspot maxima, in which the occur- rence of sunspots on the sun's surface in- creases greatly. "Sunspot activity increases and decreases in an 11-year cycle," Dr. Thomas Harrison of the physics faculty said. "When sunspot activity is at its lowest it is known as sunspot minima, and when it is at its highest it is at sun- spot maxima." Sunspots appear as dark spots on the sun's surface, and are regions of intense magnetic activity. "We also know the amount of flare activity on the sun is closely coupled to sunspot activity. The concentrated magnetic fields around sunspots cause changes in structure, and flares result," Dr. Harrison said. Flares are large, powerful explosions that occur on the sun's surface. "When flares occur, enormous quan- tities of X-rays and particulate energy are released. These sol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT netters fill tourney spot The Mean Green men's tennis team is playing today in the 12th Annual Corpus Christi Team Tournament. The Eagles were invited to the tournament after the nation's number one team, Trinity, dropped out because of a scheduling conflict. The top-seeded team in the tournament is SMU, followed by Arkansas and Houston. NT Coach A.G. Longoria is no stranger to this tournament. Three of his teams at Pan American won the consolation twice and his 1979 team finished third in the tournament. NT drew Illinois State today with a 3:30 p.m. starting time. A win would pit the Eagles against fourth-seeded Clemson Thursday afternoon. If the Mean Green loses, the team will face the loser of the Mississippi State- Oklahoma dual. Longoria will be taking seven players to the tournament. Senior captain David Cody will lead the freshman and sophomores. Rounding out the team will be Luciano Cuneo, Gary Coetzee, Scott Wolff, David Sammel, Ben Dodge and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 86 i '< *> i •i * * * •> ■% •i ( r> 11 / * Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY BURNED UP—Denton firemen examine damage to LeMolne's Ramada Inn Restaurant, 820 Interstate Highway 35E. The restaurant suffered damage to Its kitchen, dining and meeting rooms from a fire Wednesday which apparently started In the grill area of the kitchen. Denton fire marshals are Investigating the origin and cause of the fire. The fire did not affect room reservations at the motel for the Texas A&M basketball team participating In the NCAA Midwest Reglonals. City amends ordinances to remedy parking issue By SHARON SPARKMAN Daily Reporter The City Council amended five park- ing ordinances of the city charter to provide impoundment of vehicles, storage fees and towing for impounded vehicles, ticket fine payment, a method to sell impounded vehicles and date of effectiveness. All ordinances will becom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Thursday, March 6,1980 Page 2 Editorials No uote, no complaint In the 1976 presidential election, only 54.4 percent of the country's registered voters, a depressingly low tur- nout, went to the polls. Even worse is the fact only 69 percent of those eligible to register bothered to do so by March of that year. Unfortunately, the 1980 election could be in for the same treatment by U.S. adults. A Gallup Poll released last week indicated 70 percent of voting-age Americans had registered or lived in states that do not require registration, a number comparable to the earlier election year's figures. Americans merely inherit their democratic society. They are not taking the time to vote. With another wave of voter apathy being suggested by the latest figures, it is hardly surprising that both the Democratic and Republican parties are stressing voter registration as well as party politics. Not all sectors of society are apathetic to the same degree. Those pe...

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