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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1977

Tuesday, September 20, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 4 1* ii- ie $2 BCt •iy. 406 1FS Concert Review Zappa's Brand of Weirdness Dominates Dallas Performance By OARRELL GOOLSBEE Amusements Editor Frank Zappa has long been known as the master of the bizarre. But his Friday appearance at the Dal- las Convention Center again proved he is much more than just another mad satirist. Zappa is a genius, combining that in- credible lyric wit and well-disciplined guitar artistry in a jazz-rock context. He has a new seven-man band, but there's nothing surprising about that. Zappa continually changes personnel. And he concentrated Friday on newer material, rarely going further back than "Overnite Sensation." But from the moment he appeared on stage, with his long, black hair tied back and wearing a yellow-and-black Hawaiian shirt and baggy trousers, everyone knew it was the same old Zap- pa, complete with Dylan parodies and an enormous bald bouncer who looks like something from Arabian Nights....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuerday, September 20, 1977 && i -r v.; ■ C'lS §11 Mini-Courses Close Gap Between City, University Employment Guidance Photo by BETH KUTSCHER Merritt Wilkinson, Denton graduate student and employee counselor at the job placement center, talks to Houston senior Glenn D. I. Phillips about finding a job. The job placement center, on the third floor of the University Union, posts current job opportunities from local merchants on its bul- letin board. Students may then stop by and see what jobs are available before searching around- Dowsers Offer Rain Relief Believers Suggest "Divine" Drought Solution DANVILLE, Vt. (AP)—Hundreds of farmers, stockbrokers and housewives- devotees of the ancient art of dowsing— say they may have the solution to the western drought. Californians attending an annual meeting of dowsers here said that one of the problems is that people won't listen to them. "People in the cities, especially, are very skeptical of dowsing," s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1977

• - - • "*• ' -- " Tuesday, September 20, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 It Ml I ri i 1 i ■ • I" * i > H Syy iL'V.'V . « ' / Health Fair To Offer Tests, Film, Exhibits Insides of Fountain James Brown and Victor Sandoval, physical plant electricians, work inside of the fountain in the Library Mall, replacing a pump. Photo by CAROL COURSE^/ Palmer Strives for Winning Form Alumnus Sees Women's Sports Changes By MICHAEL CINELLI Daily Reporter Athletes were not left out at Friday's Alumni Association banquet, with professional golfer Sandra Palmer, a 1964 graduate of NT, being honored for her accomplishments. Ms. Palmer is one of the all-time money winners on the Ladies Profes- sional Golf Association (LPGA) tour, but she hasn't won a tournament since May. "I LOVE competitive golf," said the 1964 graduate. "I would like to be the leading money-winner again (she won that title in I975) and win a tournament in my home state (Texas). While she isn't hitting the right strokes at the ri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1977

OrfMBW1g"1™"''xsmmnim•%■. ••■ . ■&. s ■■ >■., '*<>,y.'-j •: •« ••.?•• ■ ,K .t jv'.• i. k; ^ PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - ~' m Photo by VINCE HEPTIQ Riding the Mustangs Ken Washington, Port Arthur senior, (above) carries the ball while Kelly Fry, Denton senior, (right) moves in for a tackle on SMU's Emanuel Tolbert in action from NT's 14-13 win. Washington ended with 57 yards and Fry contributed a key interception. Win Leaves NT Confident, Happy By PHIL ROGF.RS Sports Editor One Saturday night in Irving isn't go- ing to make an entire season for NT's confident Mean Green. Coaches and players alike have stres- sed that point all season long. They have plans that go way beyond the 24-13 win over SMU, all the way to post-season bowl games. However, the singing, yelling and back-slapping going on in NT's Texas Stadium locker room after the Saturday night win wasn't that of a team which just finished off a routine win. Rather, it was of a team which had just accomplished wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1977

• k -# • 4 *, nt History Vote Ends Evaluations— By BONNIE BRADSHAW Staff Writer The History Department voted 18-3 Tuesday to "suspend teacher evaluations by students until such time as the university determines a uniform procedure for comparable departments to fulfill its require- ment for such." The Faculty Handbook states that "students are in a unique posi- tion to evaluate teaching, and the use of student imput in this area as a basis for evaluation by colleagues and the chairman is considered by the university to be essential." The handbook also states "in the evaluation of teaching, substan- tial consideration must be given to systematic student evaluation." Dr. Gus Seligmann of the history faculty defended the resolution to suspend student evaluations by saying that it was not a violation of the Faculty Handbook. It is "a request for aid in implementing the Faculty Handbook," he said. THE ADMINISTRATION requires departments to administer stu- dent evaluations, but does not su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 21, 1977 Former Closet Snuff Sucker Turns to Big League Dipping By DAVE ROGERS, Special Writer 1 dip snuff. You know—the stuff your grandmother used to snort—only this is new-era stuff. It's not the white, powdered stuff in a tin that used to make the old lady sneeze. This is the snuff that Walt Garrison refers to when he puts a "peench" between his cheek and gum—real relaxin'. Putting snuff between your cheek and gum can be relaxing, but it's not for the faint of heart. I know because it made me deathly ill the first few times I tried it. But I persisted, and now 1 wouldn't be caught without it. About the only time I take it out is when I eat and when I'm around girls. I've been putting the fine brown tobacco in my lower lip for only three months, but I quickly have discovered that females find it pret- ty distasteful, if not downright disgusting. No wonder females are the weaker sex. STILL THOSE women close to me and my male friend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1977

« • '* Rer Unl- long I the ex- ders, gned nd $2 reflect Daily. 18 2406 TIMES i 1 n , "i I ♦ .« 4 i • ^ r * Wednesday, September 21, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Cow Bones Prompt Art Show Tour Ironic Humor In Use of Skeletons Appeals To Guatamalans No one would ever believe Teel Sale of the art faculty if she told them a bag of cow bones was her entree to a prestigious South American art tour. But it's true. That unlikely gift of bones to the NT art instructor launched her two years ago on a sketching spree that will culminate this month with a two-month tour of her work in Guatemala, at the in- vitation of the Guatemalan Ministry of Education. The traveling exhibition, which will be seen at the University of San Carlos in Quetzaltenango and at the School of Fine Arts in Guatemala City, is called "Otro Ojo, Otro Yo" or "Another Eye, Another I." It includes 36 etchings, lithographs and drawings dealing humorously with death. "I SAW THE ironic humor of the typical Latin use of ske...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY : L :<* * - m '"SI-" >2& -■•■ -WmL W: ■ '> & ;: Splashy Sport Members of Advanced Swimming try to score in Gutterball by holding the ball in the pool's gutter for three seconds. Players are, from left, Walt Hubbard, Newport News, Va. senior; Fort Worth sophomore, Bobby Deeds; and Eric Vita, Allen freshman. .... ,. ' :t0t Photo by VINCE HEPTIG J SE A Reception To Honor Dean By MARILYN FAYE GREEN Daily Reporter The Student Education Association (SEA) will host an informal reception in honor of the dean of the College of Education and his assistant today. The reception from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the Golden Eagle Suite of the University Union, will be for Dr. James J. Muro and his assistant, Dr. Jack Edwin Miller, who came here from the University of Maine. Members of SEA set up a membership drive table on the first floor of Matthews Hall Monday through Wednesday of last week. Friday afternoon they had recruited 115 new members and are ex- pecti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1977

9 ■\ i i -> * 11 - K 4r f ■ j I * a I • . r * Wednesday, September 21, 1977 Foreign Aid Office Changes Location By KATHY SEVERNS Special Writer The International Programs Office (IPO) personnel move into Kendall Hall sometime this week, Dr. Fred Koestler, director of the office said. The office will be in 103 Kendall Hall. "We still don't have all the details worked out," Koestler said. "Furniture Low Prices Spark Ire In Farmers AUSTIN (AP)—A 200-vehicle caravan of Texas farmers drove to the Capitol Tuesday and left most of their tractors and pickups blocking the Capitol drive while they protested low prices. Gov. Dolph Briscoe, Speaker Bill Clayton, Agriculture Commissioner Reagan Brown and other officials greeted the farmers. "American agriculture today is one of the greatest success stories of the world," Briscoe told them. "Unfor- tunately, you are here today because it is not a success story today for the in- dividual ranchers and farmers." Farmers face "a cost-price squeeze...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 21, 1977 NT Baseball Club Resumes Growth, Awaits Sanction By PHIL ROGERS Sports Editor Business, finances, and politics are three words rarely associated with sports as they are remembered in the "good old days." However, as sport continues to grow into a bigger and more significant pait of the latter twentieth-century lifestyle, these words are becoming increasingly associated with athletics. For NT's baseball club, those three words will shape a big part of the future. Going into its fourth season as a club sport, the number one goal for NT's baseball club is to become an NCAA- sanctioned sport, according to its coach, Johnny Williams. The club emerged on campus in the spring of 1975, and has grown steadily since then. That team played its games under coach Mrs. Linda Aloia, and finished the season with a lone win. The next year Williams took hold of the program and it began to make progress. The team compiled a 7-16 record and pur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1977

1 1 The North Texas Daily 61 ST YEAR NO. 14 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1977 / •I# i J* * ) \ * t * ■> , i . I* TffANSPO/ir Carter Accepts Letter Lance Resignation Ends Controversy 'Pushmi-Pullyu' Photo by BETH KUTSCHER It looks as though groundsman Michael Woodby is engaged in a tug of war battle with this North Texas maintenance vehicle. Actually, Woodby was fertilizing the grounds in front of the Univer- sity Union and backed his tractor up to the truck to refill his spreader with fertilizer. WASHINGTON (AP)— Bert Lance resigned Wednesday as director of the Office of Management and Budget, citing "the amount of controversy and the continuing nature of it" over his private banking practices and personal finances. President Carter accepted the resigna- tion while describing Lance as "a good and honorable man." "Bert Lance is my friend," Carter told a nationally broadcast news conference, his delivery lacking the firmness and ease that has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY MIND MO*A USING OUR CuAgGb CAR.D--SUT <a2J TO Cw"t povON OM NOUfc. 6 5-TV-D<N NE.R.5 - A - MOJ-nH HABIT/ (f. ft A wm «s «Shsr(DK laisn Thursday, September 22, 1977 NT Food Co-op Provides Relief from Market Blues ^ Do you often wonder why your mother or father gave little sighs at the check-out stand of the grocery store? Ever notice them comparing prices? "Welcome to the real world," mother says every time I complain about the high prices I've been en- countering. I emphasize the fact that a pound of cheese cannot be bought for under one dollar and she replies, "1 know." Food costs money. Groceries are a big expense. But this revelation, while we've all heard it a hundred times before, doesn't quite register until we find ourselves at a register, emptying the old pocketbook and thinking how that five dollar bag of groceries could have bought a new tape or album. WHY didn't our parents warn us about the high cost of food? They will assure you that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1977

' I?1 -1 >2 ct 106 ES t Thursday, September 22, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Ballet Review xTempest' Version Rocks In Rolling ^Caliban' Review By BOB DARDEN Special Writer Some unimaginative PR-type in Houston dubbed the rock ballet "Caliban" as "the ballet for people who HATE ballet." Let me add a corollary to that statement: " 'Caliban' also is the ballet for people who LOVE ballet." After several performances to wildly enthusiastic audiences in normally staid Houston, "Caliban" made its way to Dallas for just two performances in SMU's Moody Coliseum this weekend. "Caliban" is the brainchild of former University of Houston professor James Clouser, and he appears as Prospero in the Dallas production. It is basically a retelling of Shakespeare's "The Tempest"—only this time, th'? hero (or anti-hero) is the misbegotten earth-sprite Caliban. In the story told from his view, Prospero the magician is an evil slavemaster. Ariel, the airy spirit, is a pompous mischief maker and th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1977

<*' : PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 22, 1977 INC WtVf Analysis Office Groups Students September Publication To Report on University Statistics I Photo by VICKI OBER No Parking? A park bench on the corner of Mulberry and Avenue B defiantly parks itself against a city No Parking sign. Campus construction on the street corner has caused traffic on the street to be rerouted and this park bench to be recklessly relocated. Six Professors Join NT Business Faculty Six faculty members including a visiting professor from England, have joined the College of Business Ad- ministration this fall, according to Dr. Henry Hays, associate dean of the col- lege. Dr. Chris Neslund and Dr. James Don Powell have been added to the ad- ministrative sciences and marketing department. Dr. Neslund was with California State University at Fresno. He will teach both undergraduate and graduate level statistics at NT. Dr. Powell taught at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas for the last thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1977

Thursday, September 22, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 it * 9 a * 1 . ' 4) j * * * A i i? f * r<wv ,,v> White House Traps Mice With Deadly Peanut Butter w fj<- * ■ > . , -a ' 1' ■ . f.V* #*r. Picking Up, Clearing Off Photo by CHRIS ANDERSON Millard Smith clears off the lot at Chestnut and Welch St. across from the Art building, but there are no specific plans for the lot at this time, ac- cording to Dr. James Rogers, director of Planning and Analysis. Smith received his BA degree in in- dustrial arts from NT in 1961 and his Masters degree in education from NT in 1968. He is presently under contract to clear the lot. NT Lacks Union Drive Dr. Reban Emphasizes TACT Goals By MICHAEL CINELLI Daily Reporter Dr. Milan Reban, president of the NT chapter of Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT), believes it will be a long time before teachers at North Texas unionize. "At Western Michigan the faculty unionized through its AAUP chapter," said Dr. Reban, who is on the poli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 22, 1977 How Mean This Week Eagles To Tackle ^ Stout WT Defense ^ By ROB HESTER Sports Editor Head Coach Hayden Fry and the Mean Green football team will play on campus, Saturday for the first time this season against West Texas State (WT). The Buffaloes, under first-year coach Bill Yung, bring an unimpressive 0-2 season record to the game. Kickoff is set for 6:05 p.m. at Fouts Field. However, they do bring in an impres- sive long-term record against NT. Although NT leads the overall series 13- 5 with one tie, the record between the two teams since I960 is even at five wins apiece. Six of those games, have been decided by one touchdown or less. Last fall NT won 10-7 in Canyon. In Soccer Team Faces Nation's Top Clubs With a 2-2 season record, the soccer- playing Mean Green begins a road trip today that should determine just how good a team NT has. Coach Simon Sanchez' squad will leave the security of the comparatively minor-league Texa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1977

^4 r Committee Asks Diahann Carroll \ \ i ' To Homecoming 5 1 1 u4 s s H'. By DAVID GASMIRE, Daily Reporter I The NT Homecoming Committee announced Wednesday that contract negotiations are under way with professional entertainer Diahann Carroll. Miss Carroll is one of four entertainers the committee has been trying to get for the Nov. 5 show in the Coliseum. Tony Gustwick, alumni director and Homecoming Committee chairman, said Wednesday, "Diahann Car- roll will cost $10,000." The decision to ask Miss Carroll came after a delay to allow more time to check out who the committee could get. The University Symphony will be asked if it will perform with Miss Car- roll, but no definite decision has been reached. NELSON LEO, Tau Kappa Epsilot chapter advisor and coordinator of Homecoming Queen coronation, said, "The fire marshal has given us per- mission to burn dead wood on the NT Golf Course for our bonfire this year. Police are issuing us a parade permit to march from l outs Field after...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 23, 1977 Faculty Evaluations Require 'Watchdog' With Disregarded Bark, Distrusted Bite By BONNIE BRADSHAW, Staff Writer General faculty distrust of the accuracy and stability of student evaluations of teachers may result in the discontinuation of the evaluations. The history department voted Tuesday to "suspend teacher evaluation by students until such time as the university determines a uniform procedure for com- parable departments to fulfill its requirement for such." The Faculty Handbook states that "students are in a unique position to evaluate teaching and the use of student input in this area as a basis for evaluation by colleagues and chairman is considered by the univer- sity to be essential." DR. JIM PEARSON, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences said, "The Faculty Handbook is adopted by the Faculty Senate. A single department shouldn't be in a position to arbitrarily do away with policies." Dr. Don Smith, president of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1977

ler Uni- ting Ithe lex- $2 12406 i* 1 Friday, September 23, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 RBL Performer Folk-rock singer Mike Wil- liams seems to enjoy per- forming in person, as he did last night in the University Union Rock Bottom Lounge. Photo by VINCE HEPTIQ Community Theatre Play To Feature Drama Major Singer, Writer, Guitarist Williams Performs Tonight By DAVID (JASMIRE Daily Reporter Mike Williams, guitarist, folk-rock singer, song writer and recording artist, has performed all over the country. Tonight he will bring his blend of folk- rock to the University Union with shows at 7:30 and 9:15 p.m. in the Rock Bot- tom Lounge. His music, he said Wednesday, is "influenced by people who don't even sing." He said he does not try to be like Jimmy Buffett or other country per- formers. His songs are not about any one par- ticular person, but rather about anybody who listens to his music. He deals with subjects that put people in common, from love ballads to the absurd. HIS COUNT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1977

•• ■. - V-; ■ . PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. September 23. 1977 University Promotes Disability Services Buying Time Two-hour parking meters now take the place of the old 30 minute meters In the parking lot across from the University Union. However, some of the old 30 minute meters still remain In the lot. Photo by VICKI OBER Club Roundup La Causa Begins Petition Drive Chicanos Actively United for Social Advancement (La CAUSA) started a petition that will be sent to United States congressmen and senators in an effort to save funds allotted to the cur- rent bilingual program in public schools during their meeting Tuesday. "They're (Congress) not trying to destroy it, they're just trying to cut back on it," Domingo Garcia, La CAUSA president, said. Club members discussed the pos- sibilities of working with the Denton As- sociation of Student Helpers (DASH) and eight members volunteered to work as tutors for Mexican-American stu- dents in elementary and junior high schools. The ...

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