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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

Friday, April 11,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Bouncer dribbles ; for charity J f A member of the Sigma Alpha Mu will attempt to break a world record this weekend by bouncing a basketball 53 consecutive hours to raise money for the Heart Association. Gary Rich, Dallas senior, will attempt to bounce a ball from l p.m. today until 5:30 p.m. Sunday. The current record is 52 Vi hours. Other fraternity members will bounce basketballs today in front of the Univer- sity Union while soliciting donations for the Heart Fund. Members are seeking sponsors to contribute money for each hour Rich bounces a ball. The fraternity hopes to raise more than $1,000, Rich said. Rich will bounce a ball in front of the Union this after- noon, in front of a restaurant on Fry Street this evening and in Bruce Hall overnight. He plans to dribble at Denton shopping centers Saturday, at Bruce Hall again Saturday night and at the Fry Street Fair Sunday. If he bounces more than 52 W hours, he must have been wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 11,1980 £ Teacher shortages close shops Kmssmm AREN CLARK <■ .cD IN—Theta Chi member Gary Kirklndoll, Longview junior, left, ac- ,mpanies fraternity pledges Denton freshman Eddie Coker, front por- don of the OX, and Denton sophomore Tim McGee outside the University Union as promotion for Its annual OX Roast Saturday. Budget cut may hurt funds By DOUG MUELLER Daily Reporter Texas, with its public schools offering 300 vacant industrial arts positions during the 1979-80 school year, tops a list of states suffering from a lack of teachers in this Held, a study conducted for the American Industrial Arts Association indicates. Across the United States, schools needed 1,391 industrial arts teachers this year, the study showed. In Texas 115 high school and junior high industrial arts classes were closed, and 7,000 students who indicated a desire to take IA classes were denied the opportunity, Neil Ballard, Texas Education Agency's industrial art...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

Friday, April 11,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 5 Photo by KAREN CLARK GROUNDED—Bret Stubbs, Denton freshman, takes time out between classes to Inspect a glider on display at the Outdoor Activity Fair. The glider was provided by the North Dallas Gliders Club. The purpose of the Fair Wednesday was to generate interest In outdoor recreational activities. Eaglettes seek fledgling members By LISA CLINE Daily Reporter Applications for Eaglettes will be available through Monday at the Athletic Office. "The Eaglettes are indispensable to NT football recruiting," said David Krischke, recruiting coordinator and as- sistant coach. "They not only help out and host recruits on game days during the fall, but they also help the football staff during the year by getting to know the recruits when they visit or through letters filled with news of NT." The Eaglettes will be selected by a committee consisting of members of the coaching staff, football team and senior Eaglettes during interviews Tue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

"5. ij-''1 PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. April 11,1960 Eagles to try wings in spring game By DAVID PYKE Daily Reporter The 1980 NT football team will be previewed at 1:30 p.m. Saturday when Coach Jerry Moore's Mean Green plays its annual Green and White game at Fouts Field. The game marks the end of spring training, which began four weeks ago. "We had a very good spring practice," Moore said. "The team is better than it was at this time last year. We've got a hard schedule this season, and there's no way to know how we'll be at the end of the season. "THE TEAM'S strength has in- creased drastically. We've gone from NT hosts Mustangs Saturday The NT soccer team, sporting a 4-1 record for the spring season, will host the SMU Mustangs Saturday at Fouts Field following the Green and White football game. The Mean Green dropped a close 1-0 decision to the highly ranked Mustangs last fall at Fouts Field, and NT Coach Simon Sanchez thinks the game this Saturday will be much the same....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, APRIL 15,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 104 Council considers crisis plan tonight A civil defense crisis location plan will be considered for final approval at the City Council meeting tonight. John Maxwell, Denton civil defense director, said the federally directed relocation would move 120,000 people from Dallas and Fort Worth to Denton County during a nuclear attack. Of the 120,000 peo- ple, 90,000 would be relocated within Denton city limits. The plan has been in the works for five years, with the major emphasis on its development occur- ring during the past year, Maxwell said. The plan details provisions for housing, a bomb shelter and food for relocated citizens. Maxwell said owners of Denton food stores said they could, with their present stock, supply Denton resi- dents and 90,000 additional people with food for a week. After that, Maxwell said, the nor- mal channels of food distribution into Dallas would be rero...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, April 15,1980 Editorials Olympian sacrifice The U.S. Olympic Committee is to be commended for its decision to abide by President Carter's boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympic Games in Moscow. Despite protests that the games should not be used as a political tool and understandable protest from many athletes, the committee recognized that at some point contestants must put the good of the country ahead of Olympic traditions. It is unfortunate more governments have not joined President Carter's attempt to chastise Soviet aggres- sion in Afghanistan. The sacrifice of the Olympic athletes will be less effective if athletes of the free world do not follow the U.S. example. But in the wake of the USOC's announcement, the Federal Republic of Germany has hinted its athletes will be sitting out this summer if Soviet troops are not out of Afghanistan by late this month. Australia's prime minister indicated a boycott effort might be ef- fective no...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

Tuesday, April 15,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Photo by KAREN CLARK DON'T SHOOT ME I'M ONLY THE HARPSICORD PLAYER- harpslcord during a concert in the Music Building Commons. Denton Graduate student Joseph Kimbel plays the Bond takes xDeparture' following short Journey By DOUG MUELLER Daily Reporter The rock group Journey has blessed the multitudes with a new album titled "Departure" less than a year after their last platinum album, "Evolution." Today the quick release is rare indeed, with some groups waiting two to three years between albums. Journey, however, was able to quickly record this album and maintain the quality its fans have come to expect. The enjoyment of "Departure" is that each song is different in style, but still an example of the best of the genre. "Walks Like A Lady" is a good rhythm and blues tune written by lead vocalist Steve Perry. This cut features an intermingling of organ chords and reg- gae guitar music. Journey shows its blues talent on "I'm Cryin'."...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Ultimate Frisbee soars as intramural sports fad BY KEVAN HALE Daily Reporter Bodie Peak, Houston senior, studied the field before him. Seven Bruce Hall residents clad in T-shirts, cut-off jeans and tennis shoes were lined on the op- posite goal. They looked restless. Peak's own team, shirtless like himself, stood waiting for him to deliver the throw off. He inhaled, his body twisted and the Frisbee was flung into the air. Ultimate Frisbee, the game that could be the next college fad, had begun. FRISBEE, called a child of the wind in Dr. Stancil E.D. Jonson's book, "Frisbee," is said to be a new medium in sports. Ultimate Frisbee is one of many Frisbee games that is growing in pop- ularity, and the players at NT believe it has strong potential as an intramural sport. "Most people in college know what a Frisbee is and know how to throw it, and some of us like to show off," Peak said. "A game like Ultimate provides stiff competition for exercising our Frisb...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

Tuesday, April 15,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Atheist cries xfoul' O'Hair fights state court AUSTIN (AP)—Atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair said Monday she can- not be tried by any Texas judge because the state "theocracy" requires that every employee in every courthouse must believe in God. Mrs. O'Hair, charged with disrupting a prayer at an Austin City Council meeting, said the Texas judicial system is unconstitutional because of the re- quired belief in a supreme being. "The state of Texas has a serious constitutional problem," she said. Mrs. O'Hair asked that County Court-at-Law Judge Brock Jones be dis- qualified from the case because he took the oath of office that professes a belief in God. Jones set May 20 as the date when another judge will decide whether Jones may hear the case. The atheist told reporters any other judge appointed to the case will have the same "disability" as Jones—a belief in God. "Nobody may be employed by the state of Texas without believing in a supr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

I PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Group seeks 27 volunteers Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Denton need volunteers for 27 children. Big Brothers and Big Sisters is an organization sup- ported by U nited Way funds that matches children of single-parent families with adult volunteers who spend time with the children. "The number of volunteers has grown tremendous- ly in the past four years (from 10 in 1976 to 96 in 1980)," Linda Nygren, executive director of Big Brothers and Sisters of Denton County, said. "But any time we have unmatched children, we need volunteers." Most children in the organization are from single- parent mothers who have heard of the organization from other mothers, Ms. Nygren said. "We do accept referrals from schools and other agencies." Through contributions, the organization sponsors some group activities. "In the past we have received tickets to baseball games, hockey games, etc.," Ms. Nygren said. "In fact, last fall the Kappa Alpha Psi, Alpha Phi Alpha and Alp...

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

Tuesday, April 15,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 « 1 i i [ < ; 1 . i * * * TWU Drama Department * presents •ft + O^ncr Hp an A Hflattrcss I Red Bud Theatre j April 18, 19,25,26 I Call 566-1128 for reservations * J Curtain Time 8 p.m. * * Sluggers go down 'swinging' By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer The NT baseball club proved to be a team of swingers on its trip to Edin- burg last weekend. The Eagles dropped four games to I5th-ranked Pan American, but did not go out without a fight. After being shut out in the first three games, 7-0, 7-0, 5-0, NT held a 5-4 lead over Pan Am in the final game going into the last half of the final in- ning. Pan Am had runners on first and second, and the team's top hitter was at the plate. He blasted a Kevin Adlof pitch off the center field wall, a hit which easily scored the man on second to tie the game. The runner on first decided to go for the winning run. The relay throw from the outfield landed in NT's catcher Kent AdloPs mitt in perfect po...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 April 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 15,1980 Green downs White in mudbath By DAVID PYKE Daily Reporter It was the end or spring training, and as rain poured during the annual Green and White game, the muddy Green team doused the White team, 15-6. After four weeks of workouts, the NT football team gave a small group of fans, scouts, coaches and sports writers a peek at the 1980 Mean Green. It was the running skills of fullback Lee English's and l-back Malcolm Jones' and the passing of Joe Stevenson that stole the show. English and Jones combined for 108 yards on 19 carries in the game, and Stevenson completed six of seven passes for 57 yards. Jones and English saw little action in the second hair. THE GREEN TEAM opened the scoring in the first quarter on its first possession. Jones capped an 85-yard, 12- play drive with an 8-yard run. The run- ning of Jones and English highlighted the drive as they picked up all but 14 yards of the drive. Jones' short run for the 2-point conve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 105 lGift of Life' committee seeks blood bank donors The NTSU Gift of Life Committee is seeking NT students, faculty and staff members to give blood today in the spring charity blood drive. Technicians from Wadley Research Institute and the Blood Bank of Denton collected blood Tuesday, the first day of the blood drive. Forest Hancock, donor room technician, said the amount received Tuesday was moderate, compared to previous years' turnout. Blood donated is used to meet the needs of NT students, faculty, staff and family members and for the Texas chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation and Leukemia Society. The donated blood is provided, without cost, for hemophiliac children and for research on children with leukemia. "As long as you are a student, or employed at NT, you may receive donated blood if ever in need of it, even it you don't donate it," Dr. David Fitch, faculty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

Wedne C ommenta ry Page 2 The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 16,1980 Editorials Needed safety review The accident in the Art Building last week which may cost Christie Kay Le&6 me use of her left hand is not the fault of the workshop technicians. Rather it is a combination of Miss Legg's inexperience with woodworking machinery and a breakdown in coor- dination of her skill in operating the machinery with projects suitable to her skills level. Technicians who oversee students while they are working in the shop advise students in operating the machinery safely and maintaining the machinery. Dur- ing a 30-40 minute orientation conducted at the begin- ning of each semester, art students are given a basic working knowledge of the machinery and the safest operating procedures. Technicians cannot, however, be expected to give the students a semester's worth of experience and knowledge in a brief orientation. Students must ask a workshop technician or seek outside help if they have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

Wednesday, April 16,1960 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 • I f- " W) "April and August and Always" in the University Gallery Sexuol overtones dominate in master's candidates' show By BEVERLY BENNETT Daily Reporter A master of fine arts show will be on exhibit in the University Gallery through Friday. The exhibition includes a collec- tion of mixed media works by graduate students Rowena Bush, In- dianapolis, Ind., Melinda Gaddie, San Marcus and Jack Eby, Monroe, Mich. All three of the artists' works have sexual overtones, but Ms. Bush and Eby are more subtle in their ap- proach. Ms. Gaddie has much more shock value and sensationalism in her display. Ms. Gaddie's work is a series of duplicated pornographic pictures that were hand tinted and captioned Each group of pictures tells a story the reader would expect to find in an adult bookstore In the first group, "Dribbling Isn't as Easy as it Looks," the characters appear in cor ' s~ok form. The pic- tures and stores deal with such sexual ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 16,1980 W< Boat people sink, swim Indochinese students face U.S. prejudices COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP)—The pretty 14-year-old clutched her books and stared at the faces around her, the blue eyes and yellow hair so different from her brown eyes and dark hair—and from that of her friends back home in Vietnam. It was the first day of school in America for Ha Le, one of the boat peo- ple who fled Vietnam last year. The California youngsters in the sun- ny schoolyard looked different, spoke in a strange language and .-.tood in knots far apart from Southeast Asian students like herself. HA REMEMBERS wondering if she would ever make friends. Today, almost a year later. Ha speaks some English and is making progress in her classes, but her dream of finding many friends among the Americans has not been realized. Ha is a student at Costa Mesa High School in Orange County, where the in- flux of Indochinese refugees to the United States has had its g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

Wednesday, April 16,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 < « • « « « * i ■ i < i 1 « • « • « i > 4 * 4 1 1 « t gH w ■Ihh Photo by PAM LOVE STRIP-EAZE— Janls Lilly, Dallas junior, strips upholstery from a chair in a furniture upholstery and wood working class in the Industrial Arts Building. Campus Calendar Today all day I p m. 1:30 pin. 7;43 p m 8:15 p.m. Thursday 8:45 a.m. I p.m. I p.m. I p.m. Gift of Life Blood Drive, Uni- versity Union Silver Eagle Suite Cardiopulmonary resuscitation class, Student Health Center, call 788-2281 to register "The Older Woman Lavender. Rose or Grey Panther?" with Dr. Cora Martin of the Center for Studies in Aging. University Union 412. La CAUSA, meeting and nomi- nation of officers, University Union 413. NT Symphony Concert featuring student conductors and soloists, Music Concert Hall "The f uture and Leisure Society in Transition," University Union Silver Lagle Suite, call 788-2341 to register Management Seminar "Managing Time, Change and Peop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

^VV;; , - ■■ ■ 'v: I?® PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 16,1980 <1 > * * > ■ • .* Used crankcase oil heats shop Farm machinery rusts on hillside Losing homestead to Lake Aubrey Ain't worth a dam By BILL BRAUCKMULLER Staff Writer Snuggled in a bend in Farm Road 455 just west of Pilot Point, a one-story masonry house and a gray tin building rise out of a jumble of junk cars. A battered brown Ford, the newest addition to the collection, sits still at- tached to the winch on the old Dodge pickup which serves as a tow truck. Huddled amid the wrecks, seeking refuge from the bite of a brisk wind, stand six cows, snowy splotches on their black backs. In the middle of the junkyard an as- sortment of farm machinery rests, rusty and forgotten, remnants of a long-lost attempt to scratch out an existence on one of the small truck farms which dot the countryside in north Denton County. Inside the house, Mollis Calvert, 71, sits stretched out in his favorite easy chair, facin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

Wednesday, April 16,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 4 « t t t t « t « t < t « 1 i < « Woman netter starts late Gomez develops into top-notch tennis player By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter Linda Gomez, Corpus Christi sophomore, began her tennis career at age 15 when she was a freshman in high school. From that point, Gomez developed into one of the top NT women's tennis players. "I liked a guy on the tennis team when I was a freshman in high school. He quit the team, but I kept on playing. I really did not want to play, but the coach told me we could go to tournaments free, so I kept on playing," Gomez said. Gomez set a goal with her coach at Carroll High School in Corpus Christi. "My coach John Beckman, who is 69 years old, set a goal with me that I would win district my senior yjar, and I did. I beat Lori Nelson who plays the No. 2 spot on the TCU women's team." Gomez has not played Nelson since, but Nelson played Gomez's teammate, Shcri Slobin, and they split matches. Gome...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 April 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 16,1980 Athletic department faces dollar hassles By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Stiff Writer EDITORS NOTE: This is the firat of ■ two-part series concerning the NT athletic department. When Andy Everest took the posi- tion of NT Athletic Director in December 1978, he knew there were some problems. One of the biggest problems he faced is money, primarily the lack of it. "Being an independent college in this area of the country is very dif- ficult financially," he said. "Most of the top schools are in conferences and can rely on the extra income from bowl games, television and other items. We have to generate most of our income ourselves." None of the sports programs at NT have ever made a profit, Everest said. This is a trend that Everest wants to see changed. "We need to get the football and basketball programs to a point where they are producing their own revenue and supporting themselves," he said. Everest said fans need to support the teams and ...

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