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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1977

The spacious firmament on high, With all the blue ethereal sky, And spangled heavens, a shining flame. . . Joseph Addison Photo by JON WHITSELL V* i * ff. / < 'i ■ -V i y si North Texas Daily 61ST YEAR NO. 9 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1977 Lobbyist Cites Problems In Education Legislation , I By IAN PIERCE Special Writer Describing himself as a "real live lob- byist," Frank Wright, executive director of the Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT), brought to NT his message of the constant battle between the Texas Legislature and the interests of college faculty members, administrators and librarians. Wright, a lobbyist in Austin for TACT, is on a state-wide tour of TACT chapters to explain the legislative process in relation to higher education and to boost TACT membership drives. Dr. Milan Keban, president of the NT chapter of TACT, described Wright as a man "who knows more about the politics of higher education" than anyone else in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 14, 1977 Phone Company Provides Live Wire Connections /y.;; : V 'f: & ■ i Contraptions are fantastic. I love anything that makes my job easier. It doesn't matter to me if it is a rocket to the moon or an escalator, as long as it is the quickest and the most efficient way to get something done. My mind ceases to function when adding numbers Marilynn Jones without a calculator. My fingers refuse to type on a manual typewriter. I don't type any better on an electric typewriter, it just takes less effort to make the same amount of mistakes. I have learned to love electric can openers, doorbells, central heat and air, power steering, one button cameras and liquid paper. UNTIL RECENTLY, I have enjoyed the telephone. It was great. I could call Mom at work and tell her to pick up a hluish-green scarf for me to wear on my date that evening. I could call my friends, invite them to a party, then call them back and tell them it is off before...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1977

ES 0, If: \V ' 4 1 if. il I '.V * ' I M 4 •V ■ * * < 1 1 * / I >' / > * t kt I > I i y Wednesday, September 14, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 . \ ' NT Art Gallery Opens Fall Exhibit Display Features Warhol's Print Of Marilyn Monroe By ALLAN K. COOK Special Writer The first art exhibit of the semester, which opened this week in the Art Building Gallery and concludes Sept. 23, features the familiar face of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol, Prints in the exhibit are from the per- manent collection of the Wichita Falls Museum and there is a collection of limited-edition books by various artists. Judy Youngblood, a teaching fellow, ar- ranged the exhibit. Prints in the show include works by Victor Vasarelli, Janet Fish, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and James Boynton. LIMITED EDITION books by Ms Youngblood and other artists from around the nation are on display. Among the more well known prints is Warhol's psychedelic serigraph of Marilyn Monroe. Warhol combined flaming ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 14, 1977 1 vi.;. > Crisis Center Offers Help 24-Hour Counseling Aids Community Just Hangin' Around Photo by VINCE HEPTIG Terry Roland tests out the Tot-E Castle at the North Texas Nursery School. Aimed at motor development, or development of the muscles, children crawl under, over and through the prefabricated structure. Other equipment in- cludes a swing set, some tricycles and the Fort, the largest of the recently installed equipment. The Fort has a chain ladder and slide. Nursery School Installs Outdoor Slides, Swings By CRISTI BOSS Special Writer When most problems arise a person generally knows who to call and what to do. If someone is sick, a doctor is called; if a house is on fire, the fire department is called; and if a student needs money, parents are called. But when someone needs help and they don't know who to call, the number is 387-HELP. DENTON AREA Crisis Center (DACC) provides a free 24-hour crisis intervention ser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1977

Wednesday, September 14, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 i. i \ \ A is- & ; A r I V- s 1 > i T :i * • , t K Program Aids Awareness Students Increase Safety Knowledge Open Air Market Adr Photo by JON WHITSELL Just as in his home country the best markets are open. Shahab Amintowiieh sells his Iranian im- ports under the trees, cooled by the breeze near the southeast corner of the Business Administra- tion Building. The Tehran graduate student said he has no need for hard sales techniques. He just sits and waits; prospective customers stop and shop for clothing and jewelry. Eight Graduate Seats Council Meets Thursday By SUSAN PARKER Special Writer Representatives from each of the eight different areas of the campus are being picked to serve on the Graduate Student Council, which meets Thursday. The purpose of the council is to en- courage graduate student comments into the Graduate Council, said Fred Meyer, last year's vice-president of the Graduate Student Council. The gradua...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 14, 1977 m '€'• Eagles Work to Corral Mustangs; Boost Chances for SWC Entrance Man With A Plan Photo by EUSE KNOX NT Head Coach Hayden Fry encourages his Mean Green, as they explode to a 41-10 win over the UT-Ei Paso Miners Saturday night. That win is behind him and his team now, however, and the M^an Green has its hands full this week readying for SMU. By PHIL ROGERS Sports Editor On any football team's schedule there are different types of games. There are plenty of routine games. There are a few big games and an occasional Big game. Then, there's the BIG game. It's a BIG-game-week at NT, with the Mean Green readying for Saturday's long-awaited rematch with rapidly developing metroplex rival SMU. The game has all the pieces of the puzzle that make it the BIG game. First, the geographic location. The "This is a big game for us to win... we want to beat a team from the con- ference we want to join. — NT Head Coach Hayden Fry. two sch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1977

G The North Texas Daily 61ST YEAR NO. 10 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1977 V ♦ 1 t Senate Votes ToSupport Journalism B.S. Degree By FRANK DUTY Special Writer Journalism students wishing to enter into a specialized field of the career, such as science writing, may soon do so without the foreign language require- ment. The Faculty Senate voted Wednesday to approve a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in journalism. Dr. Miles Anderson, vice-president for academic affairs, said after the meeting that he will ask the Coor- dinating Board if they will approve the proposal by letter. The board has ap- proved such B.S. degrees by letter before, where a bachelor of arts existed in the same area. If formal approval is necessary, the proposal must go through the Board of Regents. THE NEW degree program may be in the catalogue next fall if it is approved by letter. Several members of the senate argued that abandoning the foreign language re- quirement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1977

C)> PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY An Editorial Library Feels GrowingPains, SpaceCrunch Like a living creature, the NT Library is con- stantly in a state of growth. This growth, however, is more akin to cancer, as the number of rare books quickly out number the available shelf space. Dr. David Webb, director of libraries, has seen what happens when a library outgrows its shelf space, and while there is space available in the In- formation Sciences Library in the Information Sciences Building, the problem of shelf space is very real and serious. The problem is not a faulty building, but an in- complete building. When the existing library was built, it was known that it would not be large enough in itself to house the growing number of books. In reference to the architectual plans drawn up in 1967, the building now in use (called phase one in the plans) is designed to have two ad- ditional extension buildings (called phase two and phase three) constructed on either side of it. Dr. We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1977

i ^ \ / - ] . v ► k * M, ; 4 I ♦ I 4 , * I * U I ♦ >: Thursday, September 15, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ■j Students Receive Ear Training & From Talking Music Computer By ALLAN K. COOK Special Writer "Congratulations," the computer said. "You have successfully completed the major triad recognition course. Please notify the proctor." The computer was congratulating a freshman music theory student who had distinguished a number of major triads from minor triads, all played by the computer system. The computer system, invented and designed by Dr. Daniel Scott, chairman of the computer science department, is being used to help music students with ear training. The computer's sound system is said to be the most advanced of its type in the country and is inexpen- sive. THE MUSIC MACHINE, located in Marquis Hall, is being used by one sec- tion of freshman theory, and each stu- dent in the class is allowed 30 minutes with the computer system per week. The major triad recogniti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1977

Thursday, September 15, 1977 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ft Center Requires New Health Form The NT Student Health Center re- quires all international students to com- plete a health questionnaire furnished by Policy Curbs Auto School xVet' Funds AUSTIN (AP)—The director of a Dallas automotive school claims he ran into a "bureaucratic stall" when he tried to get the state to change what he called a discriminatory policy against veterans. It isn't even a written policy, Julius Fambry, director of the Lincoln Technical Institute, said after the Texas Proprietary School Advisory Commis- sion refused to recommend a change. Fambry said he has tried for two years to get the Slate Board of Education to accredit proprietary schools the same way approximately 40 other states do. Because of the unwritten policy to ac- credit the schools under only one federal statute, he said, Texas veterans enrolled in such schools get one-quarter less in federal grants than veterans in other states. Some me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1977

4 f * « if r i i 0 t «* • f 'A 4 * 1 Thursday, September 15, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 "''; - A! tf&pi , . • • • * •!«** « « • • « • *4t\W J •: 18* • ] . i . • •, . • . • . # * « * f • I j; High Court Reduces Rehabilitation Power Photo By LES VANWINKLE Playing While They Work Robert Pettit, Fort Worth sophomore majoring in music, can't wait date. Pettit is sitting in what will be the auditorium of the new for the new music building to be completed. He toots his clarinet building. The estimated completion date of the building is February while the construction workers labor to finish by the completion 1978. The building is just one of the NT construction sites. Center Offers Dieting Program Doctor's To Use Protein Sparing Fast Technique The Student Health Center will in- itiate a weight reduction program for students, beginning Sept. 28, based on a Protein Sparing Fast (PSF). "The basis for the diet will be the in- gestion of liquid protein, with no car- bohydrates and no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 15, 1977 How Mean This Week Eagles To Make Roundup Attempt '■ * By PHIL ROGERS Sports Writer If Saturday's Texas Stadium en- counter between NT and SMU was a horse race instead of a football battle, the results would be a photo finish. The teams are that close in quality. Last year's renewal of the nietroplex rivalry produced a game that went to the wire before being decided. Saturday, both schools will be featuring revamped teams from those that played that 38-31 game last fall, but the competition will again be neck-and-neck. North Texas is an improved team this season, but so is SMU. Both schools are off to good starts this year, and easily won their games last week. Both schools appear especially proud of one facet of their team. SMU brags of an explosive, high-scoring offense, while defense is the name of the game that NT Head Coach Hayden Fry calls winning football. If SMU breaks any of the big plays against NT that they did in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1977

The North Texas Daily 61ST YEAR NO. 11 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1977 •/ * kr i ' ' 1 \m I I \ i * WJB& ,.W ,.' ■ V '•■v. Conservation Director Studies Energy Needs Spirited Ticket Takers Long lines of students waited for their SMU-NT game tickets at the Union Ticket Office this week (left), and Gary Simon, Houston sophomore, finally got his ticket from Crystal Deibler, Denton junior, (above). Today is the final day to pick up tickets for the game. By MARY HENRY News Editor University Engineer James Nash is currently directing a new energy conser- vation program set up by the ad- ministration in the Facilities Construc- tion and Maintenance Office. The program, initiated this summer, is called Planned Energy Preservation (PEP) and is designed to study North Texas' energy needs and to create a workable means of conserving energy. "We used 'preservation' rather than conservation in the title of the program because we felt that it had a broad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Brusilow Fondly Recalls Stokowski's Life, Times By JOHN MARCHESE, Staff Writer Maestro Anshel Brusilow of the music faculty remembers maestro Leopold Stokowski: a colleague who cared dearly for music, a composer-conductor who required respect, without having to demand it; the musician whose innovative legacy will probably continue as long as music is played. The two first performed together in 1954. Stokowski, the conductor, led the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra through the premiere performance of the 10th Symphony of Stokowski, the composer. Dr. Brusilow was a violinist with the orchestra. Now Brusilow is a conductor—by his own admission greatly influenced by the style of the man who died Tuesday at the age of 95. "He was a wonderful guy," Brusilow said Wednesday. "I'll miss him. It used to be an old comedy routine when he was 90. We said, 'He'll be around longer than any of us. We'll never know when he died.' " Dr. Brusilow enjoys remem- bering the ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1977

% I■" ' « - I < Friday, September 16, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 * it t i ' t* 4 .«* 4 H ? r* « t • « ' 4 1 • 'I Professor Revisits Europe Tour Expands Slide Collection for Art Classes By IAN PIERCE Special Writer If Dr. Lois Jones were superstitious, she probably would not have made a slide-taking trip to Europe this past summer. "This was my 13th summer in Europe," Dr. Jones, of the art faculty, said. Trip number 13 was unlucky, though, only because "it was my shortest trip. I was there for five weeks," she said. "I usually spend three months." Dr. Jones, who teaches courses in art history and museum collec- * DR. JONES tions, mixes business with pleasure. While enjoying the beauty of Europe, she takes slides of major historical and artistic sites for her courses. "I'VE PHOTOGRAPHED every single major church, palace and castle that I use in my medieval art course," she said. "That's over 100 sites." Her slide presentations are comprehensive, with at least 30, and as many...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Theater Bids 'Star Wars' Goodbye Movie Fantasy Tires Projectionists By LIZ WILLDING Staff Writer The theater showing of Star Wars is over for Denton. At least, it is for the Campus Theater, 214 W. Hickory. After a 10 week engagement, the box office giant is finally moving on, but for projectionists Frank Owens and James Althaus, Temple graduate student, it's a welcomed departure. After viewing the film for 10 weeks it has become "just another flick" to the two men who made the magic happen over and over again. When asked if viewing the film so many times made them aware of any hidden symbolism the average one-time viewer might miss, the two projectionists simply shook their heads and conceded that there wasn't a lot of symbolism to detect in the first place. "Star Wars," Althaus said, "was never mean't to have deep social significance. It is an entertaining movie that says, for three dollars 'we will enter- tain you,' and it does." The projectionist role...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1977

* « • 4 k • K * ft * u Friday, September 16, 1977 53&8feSaa& THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 I I ' ' KM wSSlffifl CIA Admits School Funding UT-Austiri, TCU Receive Agency Grants <- MV * ^2 Ya' Load 16 Zongs, What D'ya Get? No one at Buddies Super- market on Ave. C knows who is responsible for their loading zone being trans- formed. As far back as any- one can remember, it's al- ways been a loading zong. A-"?, • .* : . ■ ' * • *• - Hi. ■ j Photo by JON WHITSELL Delays Growing Old Patton Leads Exercisers By IAN PIERCE Special Writer The mysterious acronym APGOTE, stenciled on a locker room door in the Men's Gymnasium, might be a front for a spy organization or a research in- stitute. But it is not. APGOTE is the Association for the Prevention of Growing Old Through Exercise. Dr. Robert Patton, of the health, physical education and recrea- tion faculty, provides counseling and help to APGOTE members during his spare time. APGOTE has approximately 200 members, he said. About 150...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 16, 1977 Eagles Clash With Ponies In Irving Saturday Night By ROBERT HESTER Sports Editor The Mean Green football team moves into Texas Stadium Saturday night to meet the challenge of the SMU Mustangs in what may be one of the most exciting games of the season; at least both head coaches seem to think so. "If last year is any indication, it will be a great game," SMU Head Coach Ron Meyer said at a press conference early in the week. Last year SMU defeated the Eagles 38-31 in an offen- sively explosive game. "We can be ex- plosive on offense and so can North Texas," Coach Meyer said. NT Head Coach Hayden Fry seemed to agree. "It will be one of the more entertaining and exciting games of the NT-SMU kickoff is at 7:05 p.m. at Texas Stadium. WFAA-570 and KDNT-1440 will broadcast the games starting at 7 p.m. Students must get tickets in advance. No student tickets will be available at the game. The tickets may be purchased at the Athletic Ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1977

li < !•••••••••••••••«.•• • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • •- • • • • • • -• -• .• • • • ♦ • • • • • • • • • .• • * g* #« ••• • • • ♦ LARGE S T COLLEGE GflME CROWD IN DALLAS-FORT WORTH AREA THIS YEAR •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: •: 4' • • 1? W^ • Photos by VINCE HEPTIQ NT Crushes SMU Head Coach Hayden Fry and the Mean Green football team returned to Denton victorious alter a 24-13 win over SMU Saturday night. The Texas Stadium contest was seen by 26,097 fans, the largest crowd to see a Dallas-Fort Worth area football game this season. Michael Jones, Loraine senior, along with Ken Washington, Fort Arthur senior, were the offensive stars of the game. Jones ran for 133 vards on 20 carries. Washington had one of the greatest nights of his career He completed 17 of 25 pass attempts for 184 yards and one touchdown. Tim Loltin, Waco senior, turned in a fine performance, especially in the first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 20, 1977 An Editorial Baseball Seeks Recognition Baseball. It's been called the grand old American game, and the national pastime. It's been spoken of as the sport of the people, the game of the masses. It's one of a very few genuine, born-in-America sports. It is Americana. Well, those are just some general, broad as- sumptions regarding the game that Abner Doubleday is credited for inventing. Sometimes those assumptions don't hold true, like at NT. Baseball is hardly a grand old game at NT. As a matter of fact, it's a backseat sport just fighting to survive from year-to-year. It's a club sport, which puts it on a level with the bowling club, as opposed to basketball or any other NCAA-recognized sports on campus. According to Athletic Director Hayden Fry, baseball remains a club sport at NT because of two areas which raise unanswered questions. First, does the club merit NCAA-recognition, and can it contribute in a positive way to NT'...

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