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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1980

I Tuesday, April 8,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Eagle netters continue hectic schedule By DAVII) WILLIAMS Daily Reporter The Mean Green men's tennis team has a busy week ahead. The team plays Memphis State today and the men and women will play Southeastern Oklahoma Wednesday. The men lost to Texas A&M Friday, beat Gustavus Adolphus Saturday and beat Lamar Sunday. The team lost to A&M 8-1, with Luciano Cuneo picking up the only win for the bagles. NT defaulted the fifth and sixth singles matches and the third doubles match. "We made a deal with A&M to play by Southwest Conference rules. With these rules, our three players who have not been here a year after transferring are ineligible. That eliminated Ben Dodge, David Sammel and Gary Coetzee. We don't have to play any other Southwest Conference schools by that rule," tennis Coach A.G. Longoria said. Longoria said that Cuneo's win over Trey Schutz was a big win for NT and 'fwmmL r mt,. ■■ W&m Cuneo. Cuneo won the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 April 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY " I Tuesday, April 8,1980 | > v • ... Photo by TEPRY HASKER TOO LATE—Keith Boydston attempts to beat a hit down the first base line against Mayville College In the second game of a doubleheader. Boydston was out In the Saturday game, and so was the NT baseball club, dropping the pair, 8-2, 6-3. Levarity captures third at Austin Zetina sets school record for six-mile run with time of 28:48 By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter Rudy Levarity had another good performance Saturday and Sunday at the Texas Relays in Austin, NT track Coach John McKenzie said. Levarity ran a 10.35 in the 100 meters to finish third. "Rudy ran very well, but he timed his lean wrong at the finish line. He leaned a little too early, or I think he would have taken second place." Levarity was edged by SMU's Kenneth Jackson, who ran a 10.13. McKenzie said Levarity beat Jackson in the preliminaries. BEN MOTUR1 finished third in the 1,500 meters with a 3:47.93. The second place time was 3:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 101 SA candidates discuss salary revisions By DENISE GARNER Daily Reporter Candidates for Student Association president expressed opinions Tuesday on salaries for the SA president, vice president and cabinet members in an open forum in the One O'clock Lounge. Balloting will be today and Thursday for the election of a president, vice president and 19 as- semblymen. Students may vote at tables in the ""iversity Union adjacent to the University .ore. The four presidential candidates and their running mates stated their platforms and answered questions from students at the forum, sponsored by the Union Programs Committee Forum Committee to allow candidates an op- portunity to discuss positions on issues. Discussion began when each candidate stated his reasons for running and his opinions. Dallas sophomore Ron Gjemre, running with Dallas senior Paul Brown, spoke first, express- ing co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 9,1980 Page 2 Editorial Texas mass transit requires state funding If Texans aic to benefit from high-speed railroad passenger service between the state's four major cities, the Legislature must be prepared to appropriate state funds for a study and for the acquisition of equipment and improvement in tracks required to handle the high-speed trains. Texas Railroad Commissioner John Poerner said he will ask the 1981 Legislature to fund the study of the 773-mile Texas Triangle route connecting Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Houston. The study, es- timated to cost between S3 million and $5 milllion, would supplement a study of 13 short- and medium- distance rail corridors last winter by Amtrak and the Federal Railway Administration. In the Amtrak study, the Texas Triangle would rank fourth among the 13 proposed routes in terms of profit-making capability if the four cities were served with six 79 mph trains per day. The line would lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1980

Wednesday, April 9,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 'y 1980 your fiends for Indent ly has Isavc jircd liiu in I, but Jr the ders, ' its my lisks, lable liat's my Irom [rest light rs it Women to present feminist poetry hour "An Hour in the Women's Room," a readers' theater presentation directed by Carla Thompson, Denton graduate stu- dent, will be performed at 3 p.m. today in University Union 412. The script includes selections of prose and poetry interspersed with passages from Marilyn French's novel "The Women's Room." The passages follow a character, Mira, through her youth, marriage, divorce and years as a teacher, Ms. Thompson said. "The main point of the readings is that certain traditional roles stifle men as well as women," she said. "The theme is more humanist than feminist." '"An Hour in the Women's Room' is oral interpretation in social context. At times it's funny but it's not strictly enter- tainment. It's using literature to provoke thought," she said. Participants wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 9,1980 ||^ "W •^'Sk :* Photo By PAM LOVE FANTASY ISLAND? Scott Bunday, Richardson junior, has plenty of female companionship as he sunbathes outside Clark Hall. Center houses literary artifacts Austin collection includes manuscripts of modern authors By SCOTT CAMPBELL Daily Reporter With collections ranging from a baseball autographed by Leo Durocher to the original manuscript of Harriet Beacher Stowe's' uncle Tom's Cabin," the Humanities Research Center at UT- Austin has something to suit almost anyone's taste. "We have such an incredible variety of materials here," Ellen Dunlap, research librarian, said, "that if a person is interested in anything at all, he can find something here." Contrary to the exclusiveness the building's solid limestone exterior sug- gests, the HRC, part of the Harry Ran- so. i Center at 21st and Guadalupe streei: in Austin, is available to the public as well as researchers. In the 22 years since its establishme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1980

Wednesday, April 9,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 A Brown Berets' leader speaks today Chicano organizations battle capitalism, imperialism a government that interests, and not By VIVIAN HALL Daily Reporter Many blacks, Hispanics and American Indians, who arc collectively referred to as minorities view racism as a form of oppression. It is reflective of represents its own necessarily those of its people. Often it results in the formation of freedom fighters, or revolutionary organizations and parlies. The Brown Berets, a leftist Chicano group, is an example of one of these organiza- tions. It is calling for the liberation of Mexican-Americans from what it calls the capitalistic and imperialistic ideologies of the United States. "When you get rid of capitalism and imperialism," Juan Perez, leader of the organization, said, "racism does not have much power." As part of Mexican-American Emphasis Week, Perez will speak at a La CAUSA-sponsored event at 7;30 p.m. today in University Uni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 April 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 9,1980 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY HEAVE-HO—Worms, Germany sophomore Qlenn Whipple leads his West Hall team In the tug-of-war competition In the Residence Hall Superstars. Application Photos 16 for $8.00 S3enn£t£ 382-9412 216 N AUSTIN DENTON fSANDWICHj | BREAK } j Celebrates its ; Texas Tech beats Eagles Men's tennis team takes narrow loss Baseball club falls to 13-15 record By DAVID WILLIAMS Dally Reporter The Mean Green men's tennis team narrowly missed upsetting Texas Tech Monday. NT lost, 5-4, after being tied with the Red Raiders, 3-3, after singles play. NT won the third doubles match with Gary Coetzee and David Cody teaming to win in two sets. Jack Sheehy and Scott Wolff lost a close match in the second doubles spot to Mark Thompson and Zahid Maniya, 6-4,6-3. That put the pressure on Ben Dodge and Luciano Cuneo in the No. 1 doubles match. The duo lost the first set, 6-4, but battled back to take the second set, 6- 4. In the third set...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 102 J 1 •| I Doctors see hope for recovery Surgeons reattach art student's hand, express optimism Hijacked jet carries NT printer's wife By BILL BRAUCKMULLER SUIT Writer A team of surgeons at Baylor Univer- sity Medical Center who worked 13 hours Tuesday and Wednesday to reat- tach the left hand of NT art student Christie Kay Legg expressed optimism Wednesday that Miss Legg will regain some use of her hand. Her hand was severed Tuesday in an accident in the Art Building. "The team of surgeons working on the left hand of Miss Legg report that the hand was severely severed above the wrist. Only a small bit of skin was holding the hand on," said Liz Willding, public relations representative for the medical center. "All major structures — bones, veins, arteries, ligaments and key nerve endings — were rejoined. The hand has been revascularized and the blood flow re-established. Howeve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Editorials Page 2 Thursday, April 10,1980 Symbolic U.S. sanctions Although it is difficult not to sympathize with Presi- dent Carter's dilemma, his decision to institute a trade embargo and break diplomatic ties with Iran is ill- advised and will do little to resolve the hostage crisis. Since the crisis began, the president has repeated he would maintain a measured approach to the situation. Until this week, that is exactly what he did and he deserves credit for it. But after months of dogged persistence by Iranian militants and religious leaders to prolong the crisis and mounting pressure from the American public to do something the president finally acted. He ordered the immediate closing of the Iranian Embassy, expulsion of Iranian diplomats and made of- ficial the existing trade disruption between the United States and Iran by ordering a trade embargo. One hope of the administration is that these measures, though they are largely symbolic, will s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

Thursday, April 10,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ) * |ur a |ild in Iht r 1 Jiity lie I lad- lt he ind fing Iney |ok- ters are Id in Inute |c can who |n the Is the If." lit un- 11 a 11 in )n she lade a 50tball it?" eaders. bss and be a Iters to I dally, kly (every i arid ex- High school bands perform Texas style By PERRY MYKLEBY Daily Reporter Two high school instrumental groups from Illinois performed concerts in the Music Building Concert Hall as part of a two-state tour. The Concert Band and the Symphonic Orchestra of York High School in Elmhurst, 111., are on a tour of Oklahoma and Texas. Along with the musi- cians' stop in Denton, the groups will perform similar concerts at Baylor and Rice universities. The performances were arranged by Dr. David Kuehn, assistant dean of NT's music school. Dr. Kuehn earned a master's degree in music at the University of Illinois, where the directors of York's band and orchestra also received master's degrees in music. BRUCE MOSS, York's Conc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 10,1980 Northern neighbor seeks identity Clark head resident fears Canada's loss of individuality By JAMES KAUFMANN Staff Writer Canada fears for its national identity because of constant comparisons to the United States, Toronto graduate student and Canadian citizen Susan Bliss said. Ms. Bliss, Clark Hall head resident, said the most prominent fear among Canadians is to be inundated by the United States. "As a Canadian I fear we are losing our identity as we have become so Americanized. Our music, our TV shows and our talent is a good percentage American. "We resent being referred to as a "Lit- tle America" or being a microcosm of Americv I resent my identity being as- sociate. with that of an American. 1 come Uor.i a different country with a dif- ferent heritage. We are a different people and like to be recognized for that. When I was young, the worst thing in the world to me would be to leave my country and marry an American. I felt an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

Thursday, April 10,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 u pho through a kaleidoscope during the Outdoor Recreation Fair in the University the kaleidoscopes on display at Wednesday's fair. Photos by KAREN CLARK KALEIDOSCOPIC IMAGES—Sherri Saremi, Denton sophomore, looks Union. Frank Maverick, Denton graduate student, was the focus of one of Work study plan aids job seekers JMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIMMIIUIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIMMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIMMIIMMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIMMIIMMMMIHIHIMIMMMIIIIIMINIIMMIMII IIIIIMIHMMMMIHIHIIIIHHtllHIHMIIHMIHIHHHIiHItMIHIIIIHHIIHMHIIIIIIIMIIIMIIItHIIHIMMIIIIIIHmillltMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIMIIIHIIHMIIIIIIIIMMlllllMMIIIMlllltltlll Seminar to explore "clowning' A clown and mime workshop will be conducted from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 19 at the University Ministry Center. The workshop will feature speakers and seminars on different aspects of "clownology," John Bode, artist-in-residence, said. Topics of the seminars are the history of clowning, individual ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 10,1980 Gunter fights to save Texas' Big Thicket When Dr. Pete Gunter of the philosophy faculty was a boy, he played and fished in the Big Thicket area of East Texas. Now he is trying to save it from lumber companies and real estate developers. In 1968, Dr. Gunter began writing ar- ticles on conservation of the Big Thicket, and in 1971 he became president of the Big Thicket Association. He then became chairman of an organization called the Big Thicket Coordinating Committee. About 45 organizations were members of the group, he said. Through the efforts of these groups, the Big Thicket National Preserve was created on Oct. 11, 1974. The area, often called the "Biological Crossroads of North America," consists of 84,550 acres. It is part of a different ecosystem to allow for the greatest possibility of biological variety, Dr. Gunter said. Through the years, private land of various shapes and sizes has been donated to the preserve, he said. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 pursday, April 10,1980 xMean Joe" displays winning attitude By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter Joe Greene, Pittsburgh Steeler defensive lineman, gave one sugges- tion to college athletes Tuesday night. Remember, you are a student athlete. Greene spoke to the Mean Green Eagle Club's membership drive kickoff in the Silver Eagle Suite in the University Union. Greene is known as one of the best defensive lineman in pro foot- ball. He has played for the Super Bowl champion Steelers for 11 years and said, "1 would like to play another 11 years." "IT WILL be time to go when Terry (Bradshaw), Franco (Harris), Rocky (Bleier) and Lynn (Swann) leave the game. That could be anywhere from two to five years, maybe longer," Greene said. Greene said as long as he could contribute to the team, he would re main in the game. "No player on the Steelers will sacrifice the team's suc- cess for individual success." The 6-4, 260-pound Greene said when he joined the Steelers his g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 April 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 10,1 1 goo Tennis player stands tall on court Peru native compensates for lack of height with speed kaaisr.; Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY Luciano Cuneo scoops a return Breakfast Lunch Served Served All Day Omelettes KFI I Y M« .?. . m-J ^ ^ Choice Meats Biscuits & Gravy Local Catfish Huevos Rancheros Homemade Stews, Soups Home Fried Potatoes & Beans and Cornbread 1 1 1 SCHOOL DAYS SPECIAL MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ONLY 50c off any Breakfast or Lunch 1 with this coupon ( MB 514 S. Locust 382-4433 6 a.m.-3 p.m. 7 days 2 HZ. J By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter Luciano Cuneo, Lima, Peru freshman, is not very tall at 5-10. But Cuneo, a member of the NT's men's ten- nis team, makes up for his lack of height when he steps on the tennis court. "Luciano likes to serve and volley. He is very quick with his hands and can get to some balls that other people could not reach," Tom Grisak, assistant tennis coach, said. "I have had my ups and downs this spri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, APRIL 11,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 103 * JL smn. ffW & Photo by PAM LOVE SKIRTWATCHERS—Children gather around a makeshift stage to watch a member of the International Folk Dance Co. The company performed a dance from Spanish Suite Wednesday night In the University Union Sliver Eagle Suite. The show was given as part of International Week festivities. SA election necessitates runoff A runoff election between the Steve Player-Tony Gilliard and Jonathon Ingraffia-Dana Bland president-vice president tickets will be next week as none of the four tickets gathered a ma- jority of votes in Student Association elections. Player-Gilliard finished 457 votes ahead of Ingraffia-Bland, but failed by 15 votes to gather the majority needed to win. A total of 1,495 students voted in the election, a 9.4 percent voter turnout. The number of voters decreased from last fall's elections, in which 1,679 voted. Fourteen at large, three ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

™ r *>7?"' Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, April 11,1980 Editorials Disclosures aid testing Prospective college students gained an important victory Monday when the College Entrance Examina- tion Board announced more information about its ad- missions tests will be disclosed beginning in the tall. The decision came partially in response to a New York law that went into effect January, requiring ques- tions and answers to standardized college admissions tests be published after the exams are graded. Although College Board officials consider the law's requirements a hinderance to testing procedures, the disclosures are aimed at heading off the passage of laws similar to New York's, which have been proposed in 20 states. The board will allow the 1.5 million high school stu- dents who take the Scholastic Aptitude Test to receive their answer sheets after the tests for a $4 fee to allow them to verify test scoring. If errors exist, the scores will be corrected and the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

Friday, AprIM 1,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 |y Y Ic EC [r lis 1° e lis F> Is' |i pn- |tcr I in- >rk in )ts, tax )ur its, ess ho me inc We to t to ers. and a to dally, •very d e - t and a(l*ct Ignad lot b« y Ad- Academy lines up hot competition Dustin Hoffman By JAMES KAUFMANN Staff Writer Not since 1939 has there been such in- tense competition for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Oscars as there is this year. The awards will be presented Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC-TV. This year's nominations are admirable for the decreased emphasis on box-office success and questionable for some rather curious deletions in the nominations. Martin Sheen, one of the finer aspects of "Apocalypse Now," was passed over in the nominations, as was Woody Allen for his performance (and directing) in "Manhattan," Burt Reynolds in "Starting Over" and Shirley MacLaine in "Being There." Of the nominations, "Manhattan" seems to be the biggest slight of the year. Not only was Allen's perf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY TCOM studies xrun' on alcohol Friday, April 11,1980 Fri Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine is studying the effects of exer- cise in the rehabilitation of the recover- ing alcholic at Fort Worth's Star House Alcohol Recovery Center. The nine-month pilot program is be- ing funded by Contemporary Health, a private hospital management corpora- tion. Dr. Robert Kaman, acting director of TCOM's Institute for Human Fitness, said the project has two objectives. "In addition to determining the effects of ex- ercise of the alcoholic," he said, "we want to introduce doctors to alcoholism as a disease entity early in their educa- tion and focus on appropriate diagnosis, treatment and referral procedures that the recovering alcoholic requires." Guy Owen of Contemporary Health in Houston will Ik project director. Owen is working toward a doctorate in exercise physiology at NT University and Denton professionals will make an advisory council to develop long-term fun...

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