The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1973 Page: 3 of 8
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Friday, Novambar 9.1973
THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3
Russian Romantic pianist Alexan-
der Slobodyanik will perform selec-
tions by Brahms and Chopin Tuesday
at 8:15 p.m. in the Main Auditorium.
Included in the concert, fourth
event in this year’s Fine Arts series,
will be Johannes Brahms’ “Sonata
No. 3 in F Minor” and the "Four
Ballades” of Frederic Chopin.
Admission is free with a student ID
and $1.50 without, according to Dr.
Dorothy Pijan, director of the union
and campus activities. All tickets
are available in Dr. Pijan's office,
Room 101 of the Temporary Union
Building, or at the door.
Born in Kiev and raised in Lvov,
Slobodyanik began to study music
at the age of 5. At 12, he entered
the Central Music School in Moscow,
later transferring to the Moscow
Conservatory, where he studied with
noted teacher Heinrich Neuhaus.
At 16 he competed independently
in the difficult Warsaw Competition
and placed seventh. Disappointed
with what he considered a poor show-
ing, Slobodyanik refused to practice
and was expelled from the Conser-
vatory. He soon had a change of
heart, however, and was readmitted
to study with Vera Gornostayeva,
with whom he still works.
After placing fourth in competition
for the prestigious Tschaikovsky
Prize, Slobodyanik began his concert
career, appearing with leading Soviet
orchestras and in recital in the major
Greeks Await Homecoming
Plans Include Barbecues, Champagne, Dances
By STEVE BURGESS
Champagne breakfasts, French cafes,
drumbeats and barbecues are among the
festivities North Texas fraternities plan
for Saturday’s version of Homecoming,
Alpha Phi Alpha plans to blast off the
weekend Friday with a Happy Hour from 3
to 6 p.m. at its house on 1022 Sycamore.
At 6 p.m., Lambda Chi Alpha plans to
start “drumbeat,” a spirit-building pro-
gram. This involves beating a 50-gallon
drum at regular intervals from the start
of the bonfire Friday until kick-off time
ANOTHER FRIDAY night activity
scheduled is a football game between the
Phi Kappa Sigma actives and alumni at
Doma Park on Fort Worth Drive. Omega
Psi Phi plans to start its Homecoming
festivities with an all-night party following
Four fraternities have scheduled break-
fasts Saturday morning. Alpha Phi Alpha
plans to host its alumni at the Holiday
'Halls of Ivy’ Become
Crepe, Tissue Dorms
Torches To Spark March
Torches will be lit by the Talons tonight
at 6:30 in front of the Library to begin the
festivities of Homecoming weekend.
Robert Rawlings, Boyd sophomore
and Talon Claw, said Thursday, that there
will be a special event after the annual
Flomecoming Torchlight Parade to the
bonfire behind Fouts Field. Following the
parade of Mean Green supporters and their
arrival at the bonfire site, the pep rally will
begin at 7:30 p.m., according to Michelle
Wootton, cheerleader and Conroe junior.
The Talons will also sponsor a Home-
coming Spirit Award, Barry Wortham, Tal-
on president, said Monday. It will be given
at the pep rally to the organization with
the most bonfire spirit, the best house deco-
rations and Homecoming Parade participa-
tion, the Amarillo senior said.
Along with songs from the band, the Tal-
on spirit award and cheers and chants led
by the cheerleaders, the 1973 Homecoming
Queen and her court will be announced at
the pep rally, Miss Wootton said.
DR. JACK MICHAEL, well-known
behaviorist from Western Michigan Uni-
versity, will speak to an open meeting of
the Psi Chi, psychology honor society, Fri-
day at 3:30 p.m. in the Psychology Build-
ing Auditorium, David Bell, Psi Chi presi-
dent, said Thursday.
“He is a very well-known behaviorist,”
Bell said. “He has just edited a book on
behavior modification in clinical psychol-
ogy. He is particularly interested in the
Admission is free to Psi Chi members
and $1 to others.
DISPLAYS TO inform Homecoming
visitors about the Student Activities Union
(SAU) will be set up Saturday in the Tem-
porary Union Building.
According to Lenora Rives, chairman of
the SAU Public Relations Committee, a
general display with a videotape show will
be in the TUB from 10-11:30 a m. The
group will move the display to the stadium
for the football game.
The SAU Hospitality Committee will
host an informal program, “Meet Your
Mean Green,” in the foyer of the TUB
from 10-11:30 a.m The purpose of this
display is to acquaint the campus and com-
munity with the football team and coaching
staff, Miss Rives said.
North Texas women students interested
in competing must turn in applications to
the SAU office in the Temporary Union
Building by 5 p.m. Nov. 13.
THE MIDNIGHT Cabaret Theatre
has announced the results of its recent ex-
perimentation with North Texas students
and the bewitching midnight hour
In short, the Denton night life is not dead
A total of more than 560 people came
with their blankets and pillows to the Oct.
20 and 21 performances, according to
Houston sophomore Robert Tyson, pub-
licity head for the cabaret.
Because of the enthusiasm and response,
he said, students may look forward to
more cabaret midnight magic at the open-
ing of the spring semester.
If there ever was a time to buy stock in
crepe paper and tissue that time might be
right now. Evidence shows that a tremen-
dous quantity of this terrific stuff is being
consumed by dorm residents who have de-
veloped a decorating mania for Home-
Shannon Moore, president of Maple,
said Thursday that the residents of the hall
have been concentrating on their “walking
float." Since the theme of this year’s Home-
coming is France and the idea is to urge
Mean Green on to victory, the theme of the
float is “The Eagles Can-Can You Do It?”
Included in the float will be several can-
can girls and girls wearing cans with French
labels which were made by the residents,
Miss Moore, San Diego senior, said the
residents have also been decorating the
wings of the hall and there has been some
consideration about using a crepe paper in
the hall downstairs also.
The students at McConnell Hall have
been busy decorating their hall somewhat
in the style of the Palace of Versailles, ac-
cording to Roger Parton, dorm president.
The areas to be altered by the wave of paper
French elegance include the entrance way,
the game room and the living room. Re-
freshments will be served to the visitors at
McConnell on Saturday, Parton, Pasadena
junior, said Thursday.
Ricky Bird, Waco senior, said that West
Hall would also be serving refreshments to
Homecoming visitors during the hall’s open
Wednesday night the residents of Ken-
dall Hall held a door decorating contest
as part of their Homecoming activities and
they are now in the process of building a
float for the parade, Tom Reid, Fort Worth
Reid said the float covered with green
and white crepe paper will have a Wichita
State football player with his head in a
guillotine. There are also plans to liven up
the lobby of the hall with crepe paper, he
Kerr-East and Kerr-West have decided
to work together in decorating their hall,
Darryl Cohen, Fort Worth sophomore,
said. The plans include decorating the cafe-
teria windows facing Maple Street to re-
semble that of a French cafe. This same
theme will be carried out in the lobby of
Kerr which will have a flower-covered arch-
way. Cohen said that part of the lobby will
be converted into a French cafe where re-
freshments will be served to the visitors
Bruce Hall, which is the most musical of
the residence halls, will have a different
addition to its float, according to Michael
Callahan, Duncanville freshman.
The float will have a Dixieland band
composed of residents from Bruce. Calla-
han said the float was titled, “Bruce Hall,
the Hall of Music, Says Bonjour."
There are also plans to decorate the in-
side of the hall also, Callahan said.
Inn, while Delta Sigma Phi and Phi Gam-
ma Delta (FIJI) anticipate starting the
morning off with champagne breakfasts at
their respective houses. Lambda Chi Alpha
plans a Continental breakfast at its house
Fraternities which have stated they would
actively participate in the parade by deco-
rating cars are Sigma Nu, lau Kappa Ep-
silon, Delta Sigma Phi little sisters, Omega
Psi Phi, Pi Kappa Alpha and Lambda Chi
Alpha. Theta Chi plans to sponsor a float
with Omicron, a women’s social club
KAPPA SIGMA and Pi Kappa Alpha
are decorating their houses in a French
cafe style, keeping with this year's theme,
“Bonjour a la Belle Universite.” Most
fraternities are putting up signs and stream-
ers backing the Mean Green.
Pregame meals appear popular this year.
Tau Kappa Epsilon plans to host a coffee
lor its alumni immediately after the parade
as do Fiji, Omega Psi Phi, PhCKappa Sig-
ma and Pi Kappa Phi. Kappa Alpha and
Sigma Alpha Mu plan to host open houses
at their respective houses. Two fraternities
which have scheduled barbecues for their
alumni are Theta Chi and Kappa Sigma.
Most fraternities plan to have cocktail
parties before and after the game.
Saturday night should be busy for the
fraternities with each organization sched-
uling a function. Pi Kappa Phi has planned
a champagne party at its house and the oth-
er fraternities have scheduled dances.
Alpha Phi Alpha plans to sponsor a pub-
lic dance at the Denton Civic Center from
8 p.m. to I a.m. Music will be provided
According to Vinson Brewster, Alpha
Phi Alpha president, tickets for the dance
are $2 in advance and $2.50 at the door.
He added that free beer and rides to and
from the dorms will be provided.
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Speaker Dr Michael sponsored by
Psi Chi, psychology honor society.
Psychology Building Auditorium, mem
here free and others $I
Mary Arden Honor Society tea, Il.H
7:30 p m
BYOB party lor journalists sponsored
by l yn Jordan. 3001 Walnut Hill Lane.
6 30 p.m
Sunday Supper, United Ministries Ccn
ter, 25 cents
TV Guild Club meeting. Speech and
Drama Building, Room 114
THE STUDENT Activities Union
(SAU) Fashion Committee will sponsor
North Texas’ first Maid of Cotton contest
Nov. 20 at 7 p.m.
According to Cindy Said, Fashion Com-
mittee chairman, applicants will be judged
on beauty, poise and personality. To be
eligible to compete, applicants must be
between the ages of 19 and 23, at least 5-5
in height and must have been born in a cot-
ton producing state. If selected, the winner
must be willing to take a leave of absence
from school between January and August.
The winner of the NTSU contest will
compete with other local Maid of Cotton
contest winners for positions in the finalist
competition to be held Dec. 27 and 28 in
Memphis, Tenn. The winner of the Maid
of Cotton title will receive a $1,500 educa-
tional reward, the Denton senior said.
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The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1973, newspaper, November 9, 1973; Denton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth722924/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.