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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1977

Friday, September 23, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 r ^ t * h 1 « * > •* r « 1 * M i r w ' >i + J * * I % Lance Saddens Neighbors Resignation Causes Deep Resentment COMPILED FROM WIRE REPORTS The folks in Bert Lance's hometown expressed sadness and bitterness Wednesday after his resignation as federal budget director. "It's a horrible mistake," said Harbin King, probate judge of Gordon County. "I began practicing law in 1946, when Bert Lance was a teenaged boy. I've observed him all his life, and I know him. He was the strongest member of the Carter administration and without Bert Lance, Jimmy Carter wouldn't be in the Oval Office today." "It makes me feel real, real sad," said the Rev. Bob Maddox, a Baptist minister who joined King and a handful of businessmen in the Chamber of Com- merce office to watch President Carter's somber announcement of Lance's resignation. "BERT HAS spoken in all the And in the News This Hour ftopr director Greg Talkingtoji (above) kneels to cue...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1977

1 mm mm* PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY I Friday, September 23, 1977 Eagles Confront Buffaloes ■ At Saturday Home Game •; ' * rv xrtmmmm By PHIL ROGERS Sports Editor NT football comes to the campus Saturday, with Head Coach Hayden Fry's Mean Green hosting the winless West Texas State (WTSU) Buffaloes. Kickoff time for the Fouts Field game is 6:05 p.m. The Buffaloes, (4-5-2 in 1976), arc off to a disappointing start. They were picked by many people to win the Mis- souri Valley Conference (MVC) this year, but haven't lived up to those ambi- tions in their first two games. WTSU dropped its opener to Wichita State by a 14-10 score, and lost last week 20-8 to McNeese State. West Texas generated more offense than its opponents in both-those games, but was hurt by mistakes. Buffalo quarterbacks have had four passes picked off, and their running backs have lost two fumbles. "We should fcre a 2-0 team right now," WTSU Head Coach Bill Yung said. "We made some crucial mistakes that we need to el...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1977

I *■> 1 4 S4 !'>■ s •>4 * NT Seeks Long-Range Remedy For Perennial Parking Problem EDITORS NOTE: This is the first of a Tour-part series examining the perennial parking problem on campus and plans for expanded lots and public transportation proposed in hopes of alleviating the dif- ficulties. The series is researched and written by Michael C'inelli, Daily reporter, and John Marchcse, Daily staff writer. This segment, focusing on previous proposals to cure parking ills, was written by John Marchese. When Dallas architectural consultants from Omniplan, Inc., begin talking to campus administrators today, they will be carrying on a long string of studies, proposals and recommendations designed to fashion a plan to remedy North Texas' perennial parking problems. At a university where nearly half of the students commute to classes, parking availability has been a problem as long as anyone can remember. Most people closely connected with campus parking agree that the problem will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY /Tnow.as for gettimg THE SUPPORT OP THE. AMERICAN PEOPLE: £QR The Panama canal treaty, mr. ppesidemt— i pout anticipate much or A STRUGGLE AT AULf. Tuesday, September 27, 1977 An Editorial s Controversy Encompasses U.S., Panama Agreement Completed in 1914, the Panama Canal was built for S352 million, and has been hailed as the moon shot of its day. But the future cost of the canal, whether in dollars or American and Panamanian lives, rests in the hands of the Senate. With their votes, they will decide whether or not to approve a treaty signed by President Carter and Panamanian General Omar Torrijos Her- rera. The decision will be an extremely difficult one; ac- cording to unofficial Senate polls only 35 senators favor the treaty, 22 are opposed to it and 43 are un- decided. A two-thirds vote will be required to pass the treaty. Opponents of the treaty have been very vocal in their stance. Placard-carrying demonstrators have ap- peared across the nation w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1977

, i u & 1 1 1 1 i Jh I |rs bu t i i ■ ,* « "> i t w t |M ■s ' I 1 ' i Ided. posed and ^rters led. 15,000 If any litions ♦ tih t * * ♦ t * Tuesday, September 27, 1977 Union Films Dive Below Sea-Level A week's presentation of films from underwater scientist Jacques Cousteau will be highlighted by an illustrated lecture Wednesday by Bill MacDonald, a Cousteau diver. The Union Forum Committee planned the four-film programs in the Lyceum. The movies, "The Tragedy of the Red Salmon" and "The Un- sinkable Sea Otter," will be shown at noon and 8 p.m. for 50 cents. Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mac- Donald will present insights about the development of the Cousteau films. The lecture and film demonstration is free to the public with the coupon appearing in The Daily today and Wednesday. Otherwise, admission is SI. MacDonald has produced several underwater films which have been shown world-wide. His still photographs have been published in numerous books and magazines and were used in a series o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 27, 1977 * I sF'WiuILi' NT To Recertify Library Courses Dog Power A dog can sense a friendly person, and Greg Dulln, Denton freshman must be very friendly. These five canines enjoy his company. Photo by ELISE KNOX Officials Debate Inmate Earnings Compiled From Wire Reports The classic movie portrayal of the convict leaving prison—with $20 and a bus ticket in the pockets of the cheap suit given him at the gate—is still pretty close to the truth in many cases. Generally, gate money is now higher and for many prisoners the amount de- pends on what they earn in prison. Work release and other programs can mean the freed inmate will find something more than a moll in a roadster waiting for him outside. The circumstances dictating how much money is handed a departing con- vict include the state involved, availability of jail employment and the base aid payment. In Alabama, prisoners are let out with as little as $10. Some inmates in Maine hav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1977

> I 1 L ' v_. * w i: i • ' { ' p. 1 * : I • « 1' • '< I w v v |r^ •1 if 1 *4 i ■ r '*{k I ' t , 1 •\ . * (V * * 1 ■t V «. * v i I * **• ♦ * * ♦ / t ♦ I, Tuesday, September 27, 1977 Volleyball Team Falls In Tourney Utah State beat Southwest Missouri State, 15-12, 15-7, 15-7, to win the Mean Green Invitational Volleyball Tourna- ment championship Saturday night in the Coliseum. NT won two of five preliminary matches. One loss was to runner-up Southwest Missouri State, which was ranked No. 8 in the nation in women's volleyball before the tournament began. The Mean Green opened Friday against Nebraska, a team that played in last year's national tournament. "In the early part of the first game the girls were very nervous and didn't know what to expect from Nebraska," Dr. Dolores Copeland, volleyball coach, said Monday. "After they,beat us the first game we saw we could play with them." Nebraska won the first game 15-5, with NT easily coming back to take the second game 15-6. Nebras...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 27, 1977 NT Skins Winless Buffs In Sloppy 37-20 Victory T' ' ' / • - Going Over The Top MS Photo by VINCE HEPTIQ Buffaloe tailback David Johnson comes down to earth after scoring West Texas' second touchdown in the 31-20 NT win Saturday night at Fouts Field. He resisted the efforts of the Mean Green's Danny Whitaker, Decatur sophomore, 40, and Burks Washington, Port Arthur junior, 50, on the TD d've. Eagles Kelly Fry, Denton senior, 42, and Marvin Hagen, 64, arrive too late. Sports Briefs Kickers Stumble On Trip The soccer team had one win and two losses in its road trip through the Midwest last week. The Mean Green defeated the Univer- sity of Missouri-St. Louis 2-0 Thursday, but dropped both games in the Quincy (III.) College tournament, losing 2-1 to Quincy Saturday and 2-0 to Davis & Elkins Sunday. The first goal in the UMSL game was scored 36 minutes into the first half by Fernando Paulsen, Santiago, Chile, Freshman. Paulsen w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1977

* (V 9 , Vl X % \ ¥ n ! Denton Center':1! 'j, — " ilL ... Ja~ IVMiT ul ^ ir lf- • j- ^ L L ,:nr: F-f-nrj i TWU •' II ■ ft Apartment | Shuttle : I wa J[ " T in r:p i <f ! II |! r ]( n I i' 19 J 1 MOL UL • KifTTi] 3, East Den ton-j* ^ - 1 jl 1 NTSU : :nw ::ii " : J J UL "Vi'l J I WM □OUL._ r::rir< _ Rramanc •I I *!••¥• I Ipu 1 -r y ■,] ,-?i I :! ,. o, iuj i1 nn" i - J —i (7/ —. in mmm n; iKsdizDL, City, NT Scrap Voorhees Study Of Parking Issue EDITORS NOTE: This is the second of u four-part series examining the perennial parking problem on campus and the plans for expanded lots and public transportation proposed in hopes of alleviating the dif- ficulties. The series is researched and written by Michael Cinelli, Daily reporter, and John Marchese, Daily staff writer. This segment, analyz- ing a 1973 transit improvement plan, was written by Michael Cinelli. In Denton City Hall, there are boxes lull of yellow-covered book- lets; the NT Office of Analysis and Planning is hardput to f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1977

■ .. V •/ ' warn" PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 28, 1977 Untimely Disease Hits NT,- Students Face Time Crisis If you don't have time to read this article, you'll un- derstand what I mean when 1 say time is man's worst enemy. It's obvious almost everywhere you look. People are constantly in a rush—and for good reason. There's 0 Mary Henry simply not enough time to do everything one has to do. For example, some people are always late. No mat- ter what time any event begins, it's too early for them. Others may get there on time, but they're out of breath and unprepared when they arrive. It's what some experts call an acute case of the Rush Syndrome. AND THE DISEASE isn't contained to any one faction of the population. It has reached epidemic proportions across America. Our national motto is "Fast, Fast, Fast." As a nation, we're plagued with an overabundance of things to do, and most of us have trouble deciding what to do first. Take your own life, for example: The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1977

Wednesday, September 28, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAIlv-PAGE 3 fo K V « •I v n * «v % I w \p r I ^ e 10 ct es an :sc ing ' ■ . t* Art Exhibit Features Bright Colors Dallas Art Museum Presents 'Calder's Universe' Photo by ELI8E KNOX DIRECTOR LEON BREED EN . . . prepares band for TV tonight Lob Bond To Perform Tonight on Channel 13 The 1 O'Clock Lab Band will perform live at 8 tonight on Channel 13 and at noon in the One O'Clock Lounge, Ron Bergan, assistant director, said Tuesday. Leon Breeden of the music faculty will direct the lab band members to kick off the program which is sponsored by Channel 13 for its annual membership meeting of the station's employees. The NT group will perform for approximate- ly 45 minutes. After a short intermission, the Fort Worth Symphony will conclude the remaining 45 minutes of the program. The I O'Clock band will play six numbers for the show. They are "Blues" by Duke Lllington, arranged by T. Newsome; "Ouantas" written by Steve Owens, arranged by Chuc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 28, 1977 ' ' . . ■ X (tog C/.7f#*V , * CHRIS ANDERSON n Support Christians Evidence Dates Documents Before Bible Real Roper John Richardson, pressman for The North Texas Daily, practices on his rope handl- ing during lunch hour. He has been working with his son, Jeff, 16, who plans to join a rodeo team at school. Russians Resist Invasion Of Language Corruption MOSCOW (AP)—Words like "of- fice", "hobby", "service" and "out- sider" are rapidly finding their way into modern Russian, causing anguish among purists and protectors of the mother tongue. Transliterated from the Russian Cyril- lic alphabet the four examples of adopted words look like this: "offis," "khobby," "servis," and "autsaider." The latest to defend the language of Pushkin, Tolstoy and Lenin from foreign corruption is the Soviet Com- munist Youth League newspaper. VLADIRMIR VASILIEV, chief of the paper's arts department, said the "great, powerful, true and free" Russian ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1977

I * Wednesday, September 28, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 . I 4 ■•.jl w i I £ ,1"! is AsTime Goes By It's still the same old story, a race for love and glory at a recent intramural swim meet. These timekeepers, shading their eyes from the bright afternoon sun, keep a careful finger on their stopwatches. Competitive swimming demands ex- actness to a tenth of a sec- ond. Divo in again, Sam. Photo by CHUCK HALEY Lance Associates Defend Accounts Monday Interview Registration Firms, Schools Seek Employees National corporations and Texas public schools begin job interviews Oct. 10 at North Texas. Students may sign up for interview times Monday at the Placement Office on the 3rd level of the University Union. On Oct. 12 there will be a represen- tative from the Port Arthur l.S.D. inter- viewing for the following teaching posi- tions: industrial arts, math, science, library science, music, elementary and secondary reading, and all levels of physical education. Representatives from the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 28, 1977 NT, SMU Renew Rivalry; Kickers Compete Friday ; 1 mm n ■; '■ IS Bipl Its m ssf m m Stem mL lllidun f i r • ** % S #$ - si* II 'aw *^liS6 Big Stretch Photo by VINC6 HEPTIQ Rick Frantz, Port Huron, Mich., senior, stretches to return a ball in a match against Cooke County College at the Men's Tennis Courts Saturday. The men's team defeated Cooke County 9-0 and the women won 5-1. This week the teams are prepar- ing tor a Saturday match against East Texas State University in Commerce. The women's tennis team will compete at TCU Thursday. NT and SMU will place their weekend soccer losses behind them at 7:30 Friday night when they continue their rivalry at Fouts Field. The SMU match begins a nine-game homestand for the Mean Green. NT mets UT-Arlington at 2 p.m. Sunday. Both the Eagles and the Mustangs dropped matches to Quincy College and Davis & Elkins College in the Quincy (III.) College tournament last weekend. Quincy Colleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1977

1 U.- J i\ 7 L h) > MMM !. mmi ' v if ■■••• fJ: Photos by VINCE HEPTIQ Old Faithful? Two NT groundsmen got quite a surprise Tuesday at 5 p.m. while working on the underground water sprinkler system on the north side of Wooten Hall. One of the sprinkler heads came off and caused the sudden gush of water. Believing he had fixed the leak, the groundsman started to go about his business only to receive a wet surprise. The two groundsmen declined to give their names. The North Texas Daily 61ST YEAR NO. 18 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1977 SA Installs MembersatWorkshop Assembly Voter Turnout Disappoints Association President By SUNNY BRYANT and DAVID MOORE Daily Reporters New Student Association (SA) members were installed in Tuesday's SA Assembly Workshop following last Thursday's and Friday's election, in which only 487 votes were cast. The new members, 37 in all, were sworn in shortly after the workshop was called to order at 5:45 Tuesday after...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 29, 1977 Thi Runner Relieves Routine With Racquetball 1 used to be an avid jogger. It's great exercise and it really makes your body feel good, but I don't jog anymore. I would get bored from running, so bored that it took serious discipline to stay with it. It became a real dilemma; I felt bad if I didn't jog, and I felt bad if 1 did. Relief came to me this summer when a friend, Dewey, introduced me to racquetball. I had heard of *1 Andy Jackson it, and knew that it was played in the same court as handball, but 1 really had little idea of how racquetball was played. Dewey was looking for someone to play, so he decided he would teach me how. He told me it was easy to learn and assured me that since I could play tennis, I could catch onto racquetball really fast. He had a place to play, and extra equipment. It was an opportunity I found too hard to pass up. DEWEY made a reservation for a court the next week and I was ready to learn. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1977

V J 1 f V Jl lis }d (f- in ry ■to he CO nd he i a ager Unl- long ig the d ex- iders. gned nd $2 reflect Daily, B8-J406 TIMES Thursday, September 29, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Symphony Plays Tonight, Features Student Soloist Photo by CHUCK HALEY Piano Magic Pianist Jeffrey Campbell practices with the University Symphony in preparation for the group's concert tonight in the Recital Hall. Beth Lindsey, Fort Worth senior, left, and the remainder of the orchestra watch as he solos dur- ing Liszt's "Piano Concerto No. 2." Campbell par- ticipated in the Van Cliburn competition held last week in Fort Worth. He did not make the finals. By LISA BURGIN Daily Reporter The first University Symphony con- cert for the fall will be at 8:IS tonight in the Recital Hall. The concert includes a solo by pianist Jeffrey Campbell, Dallas senior, a con- testant in last week's Van Cliburn com- petition in Fort Worth. Anshel Brusilow, the director, is ex- pecting this year's orchestra to be the best ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 29, 1977 Book To Chronicle Western Humorist Photo by LES VANWINKLE Learning Through Pronunciation Gary Joe Cameron, Granbury freshman, drills through his foreign language lesson in the Listen-Record lab on the first floor of the Language Building. The lab enables students to practice their pronunciation of a foreign language by listening to tapes of native speakers pronouncing words or phrases, and then by repeating these words or phrases themselves. By LORI CHAMBERS Daily Reporter A new book on Bill Nye, an American humorist who was a friend of Mark Twain, written by Dr. David Kesterson of the English faculty, will be published in August. Dr. Kesterson was awarded a two- year research grant for the book by the department of English. The grant began in the fall of 1977 and will be completed the summer of 1978. THE BOOK on Nye is being written in two parts, one part is a bibliography and the second part is a critical study of Nye's lit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1977

Thursday, September 29, 1977 I THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Jail Commissioners Probe Fire Security Measures Mapping Experience Photo by ELISE KNOX Harold Price, Mesquite junior, gets practical ex- perience in mapping on a field trip taken by his Environmental Geography lab class. He is using a Price Deregulation Bruton-type compass for triangulation of various points for plane-table mapping. His class map- ped an acre Tuesday afternoon. AUSTIN (AP)—Chairman James Greenwood III of the Commission oil Jail Standards recommended Wednes- day that more attention—including fire drills—should be given to making Texas jails safe from fire. The commission focused briefly on the padding in cells for "violent" prisoners as a fire hazard. Executive Director Guy Van Cleave said he was paying $850 to test a new material that "won't support com- bustion," but he added that he had re- jected another material after finding out it would burn. "We don't have to test it," he told the commission. "I set ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 September 1977

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 29, 1977 V%\ |/jit • .J' 'V*: fc JI igs.:^ • ' «V m ? ##?• y A-?': How Mean This Week Slim Win Wakes Sleeping Green That's Using Your Head Photo by JON WHITSELt Olaf Henderson, Chicago junior, smashes a board in two with his head at an earlier exhibition. He will put on a karate demonstration tonight at 7 in the Maple Hall courtyard. Henderson, who breaks flaming bricks with his head, will demonstrate self-defense techniques in addition to his stunts. Tonight's demonstration will include a question and answer period about karate. By PHIL ROGERS Sports Editor Last week's 31-20 win over West Texas State (WT) was not an impressive one for Head Coach Hayden Fry's Mean Green, it was an important one, though. It was important because it woke the team up to the possibility of losing to someone other than the five really tough teams (Mississippi State, SMU, South- ern Mississippi, Memphis State and Florida State) on their schedule. Coach Fry ...

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