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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 June 1980

Thursday, June 12, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 h' . I . I Louann Osment Karen Castranova Jolie Dimock Kim Cartwright Jana Johnson Barbara Stockwell Six NT coeds seek Miss Texas title Hy KAREN BALL Staff Writer Six NT students will vie for the Miss Texas USA crown at the Miss Texas USA Pageant in El Paso Aug. 11-17. The women are Louann Osment, Edinburg sophomore, as Miss Edinburg; Karen Castranova, Roanoke sophomore, as Miss Lewisville; Jolie Dimock, Dallas freshman, as Miss Richardson; Kim Cartwright, Garland sophomore, as Miss Garland; Jana Johnson, Houston freshman, as Miss Denton County; and Barbara Stockwell, Dallas sophomore, as Miss Denton. FINAL COMPETITION on Aug. 17 will be telecast at 8 p.m., KTVT-TV. The six contestants were selected by Joe Rinelli, area pageant director. Pageant directors select contestants from places where no official pageants are conducted. LOUANN OSMENT, a 5-foot-8 brunette, is a personnel and industrial relations major. She is a member ofZeta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 June 1980

ft W&&.3&S PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Ump's big job wins no love Thursday, June 12, 1980 By JERRY PRICKETT Staff Writer There always is someone like him on the field at almost any type of sporting event, be it professional or little league. He is in a crucial position, so when he makes a mistake, it is easily seen. If he is good, and some are, he will only make one error in 100 tries. Still, that one error often sticks out in peo- ple's minds when they go over how the game was won or lost, probably because he is involved in virtually every play. The person is the umpire or, in some sports, the referee. Although he is much maligned, some people have the ability and courage to undertake the punish- ment required to be the ultimate judge in the games for which they officiate. RON FERMENT has umpired for six years. He said one of the statements he remembers from umpiring clinics is, "The best you can do is please 50 per- cent of the people, and 100 percent of the time you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1980 By T.O. SPEARS Daily Reporter Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 114 Regents delay tenure vote By MITCHELL LAND Daily Reporter The NT Board of Regents tabled 1980-81 promotion and tenure recommendations Wednesday after two regents expressed concern about the percentage of faculty members with tenure. Dr. Howard Smith, vice president for academic af- fairs, recommended tenure for 30 faculty members and promotions for 34. In committee discussion Wednesday morning, Regent Hugh Wolfe expressed concern about the number of professors recommended for tenure. "About 15 years ago, 82 percent of the teachers had tenure, and at that time we had our greatest problems," he said. "Succeeding boards have tried to strengthen tenure requirements and now we haved moved down to 65 percent," he said. DR. SMITH attributed the increase to the stabiliza- tion of enrollment. He said as schools grow, more faculty memb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

■I C ommentary The North Texas Daily i| ( Page 2 Thursday, June 19,1980 •I f J Editorials Dorm requirements Student Association President Steve Player's recom- mendation to the Board of Regent's Student Affairs Committee Wednesday that the housing residency re- quirement be lowered is the first significant thing the SA has done for students in a long time. Player presented committee members with his "Ten Best Reasons" list for reducing the time students must live in dorms from 60 to 30 semester hours. He also presented a summary of the outcome of a similar change at Texas Tech University, and six single-spaced, type-written pages of student comments about the housing system collected by the SA. Player's report contends such a reduction would not jeopardize the university's ability to retire bonds used to build the dorms. The reduction would save money by reducing housing appeals and reduce vandalism in the residence halls. Results of three surveys taken since 1978 were presented tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

Thursday, June 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ( -a c % t ' \ Recital to feature Bardas at piano Bardas By PAULA COWLES Daily Reporter Stefan Bardas, artist in residence for 26 years at NT and former pianist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, will perform at 8 p.m. today in the Music Recital Hall. The program will include Sonata in C, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Impromptu, Four Mazurkas and F Minor Fantasy, by Frederic Chopin; and Sonata in F Minor "Appas- sionata," by Ludwig van Beethoven. Bardas described himself as being born with a "captive audience" because his Austrian mother and father were playing the piano when his mother un- expectedly went into labor. AS A CHILD, he excelled in lan- guage and mathematics. He received a two year scholarship at the Academy of Berlin and there began studying piano. "I remember my first concert well," he said. "I call it my first public disap- pearance. I was so nervous, I fell into the prompter's box. After they fished me out, I grab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 19, 1980 ■-.to c-y SUSAN C0UJN3W0PTH Chris Ortego. one of KNTU's disc jockeys, plays requested music New programs to air KNTU expands radio schedule The Sumner schedule a: NTi radio station. KNTU-FM (8S.i), in- cludes four new programs ■V show for Spanish audiences is scheduled for Saturday afternoons with Santiago Veto, El Paso senior, directing the show for Spanish- speaking listeners "The New Wave Show" will air Sunday afternoons and will feature \mericar ^ew Wave music. Xaver Turner, Austin senior, will host a biack music show Sunday e-'ipmgs. encompassing soul, rhythm a-d blues and contemporarv black -ustc Phil Froelich. KNTL r rear am director, said the program -as -ot been named host KNTU's "Midday" and "After- noon Exchange" each weekday are coordinated by Ed Peterson, Fort Worth senior. "Our rock shows are ahead of their time," he said KNTL Schedule Monday—Friday • 7-!0 a.m —"The Vf; — -t Ex- change" with 122. i'j music and .ir: :...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

Thursday, June 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 .« J V w 1 >* k M ,1 <« - « i . ♦ -4 Photo by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH Stress: How to cope? Education can create emotional strains NT students who are working hard on their educations in various fields of study also should be educating themselves on how to cope with the stress, which often comes with getting an education. Stress is a serious problem among students, Dr. Judy McConnell, a counselor in the Counseling and Testing Center, said. It's a big enough problem to keep 18 full- and part-time counseling staff members busy. People have both physical and emotional means of combating long- and short-term stress. Stress can oc- cur in pleasant or unpleasant circum- stances, particularly when a signifi- cant amount of energy is used, Dr. McConnell said. Short term stress signals the body to produce adrenalin, Dr. James Mrotek of the biology department said. He is leading a research team in investigations of human physical reactions ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 19, 1980 Photo by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH Diane Brooker, Denton senior, tans on a raft in the College Inn pool Tan becomes symbol of affluent In the face of social pressure, peo- ple often will do strange things. They diet to counterbalance overeating. They develop inhuman, Charles Atlas physiques through body building. They tan until their skin looks like dried leather. Many hours are spent basking in the sun to achieve the "St. Tropez tan." Sunbathing wasn't always popular. ONCE SUNKISSED skin had negative connotations, especially for women. In the I8th and I9th cen- turies, wealthy women shielded themselves from the sun. It was presumed that if a wife could keep a pale complexion, her husband was keeping her indoors and gainfully un- employed. With the breakdown of Victorian standards, women increasingly became more independent of social standards. Hems rose and bathing suits revealed more darkened flesh. With passing decades a turnaround ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

I. i I ' < / : * , « : ♦ < < « < « « i 1; Thursday, June 19, 1980 /Members log mileage Running club notes individual's efforts The Long Distance Runners Club will continue to be offered, although no one has joined this sum- mer, Sue Skola, assistant director of recreational sports, said. The Long Distance Runners Club recognizes students, staff or faculty members who run, jog or walk long distances. The Recreational Sports Office has offered the runners' club since September and 12 NT students actively participated at the end of the spring semester. "We decided to start something for the in- dividual," Ms. Skola said. "There are a lot of team sports and competition. A thing like this lets peo- ple compete on their own." Club members will be allowed to count miles from June 9, and should complete their mileage by August 29. Although no one has officially joined the club, some of the runners continue to run every day. Roger Dunham, personnel specialist for benefits at NT, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 June 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 19, 1980 % * Photos by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH Swimmer overcomes handicaps Although handicapped people are not often seen at Denton poolsides, some can swim. Chris Bryant, Weatherford senior, is a paraplegic and is working with Sue Feisthamel, a lifeguard at the Physical Educa- tion Building, to develop methods to enable handicapped students to swim. Since a motorcycle accident in I975, Bryant never tried to swim until this summer. "1 just decided I wanted to swim, and dove in (left photo)," Bryant said. While Bryant would not receive many points in a diving competition for style, most judges probably would give him plenty of points for the difficulty factor. It is not that easy for other handicapped stu- dents to swim, Bryant said (center photo). A lift is needed to get some students in and out of the water, but "NT has done a phenomenally good job with what they had to work with (right photo)." Bryant commented on the new pool facility. "The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 115 " TEI seeks approval for local bus routes By MIKE BROPHY Staff Reporter Officials of Transportation Enterprises Inc. are awaiting response from the Board of Regents on a proposal submitted last Thursday that would create a comprehensive shuttle bus system to begin in the fali semester. The Student Association has bcsn working for months in conjunction with TEI to find a replacement for the univer- sity system, which was terminated at the end of the spring semester because of high costs and low ridership. AS SUBMITTED, the TEI proposal calls for a seven-bus system, and in- cludes: • Three buses, running in 10-minute intervals to apartment complexes on or nearTeasley Lane. • Two buses, also running in 10- minute intervals through the "cement city" apartment complexes west of the campus. • Two buses, running in five-minute intervals to a park-ride area at the Fouts Field parking ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, June 26,1980 Editorials Faculty tenure debate The Board of Regents changed the rules in the mid- dle of the game by tabling a current promotion and tenure recommendation to re-evaluate future tenure requirements and percentages of tenured faculty at NT. The tabled recommendation called for approval of 30 faculty members for tenure and 34 for promotion. Regent Hugh Wolfe questioned the number of tenured faculty, saying that when the percentage of tenured faculty was highest, the school had more problems. He also said tenure gives professors academic freedom and protection from political retribution. Wolfe is right on both counts. Tenure gives profes- sors the freedom to explore new ideas and to do many things for the university for which they might not or- dinarily have had complete university support. Tenure can have a distressing side effect, however. All too often, a faculty member will receive tenure and immediately will begin coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

i- y* * H ":h X x. "f* A 1" I - ,• I ' l" ' f r T f * f Thursday, June 26, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 McKinley concludes NT choral career By HOLLY FUNDERBURK Daily Reporter Spanning a period of forty years, the career of Frank McKinley of the School of Music will come to an end this sum- mer. McKinley will conduct the Summer Choir in his final concert as a faculty member at 8:15 tonight in the Music Concert Hall. The free performance will include Felix Mendelssohn's "Kyrie" and Vincent Persichetti's "The Pleiades." Also to be performed are Modest Mus- sorgsky's "Songs & Dances of Death" and Gabriel Faure's "L'Horizon Chimerique." Arriving at NT in 1940, McKinley taught until 1942, when he entered the service during World War II. Returning to NT in 1947, McKinley became director of choirs. Except for one year of doing doctoral work, he has remained at NT. WHILE AT NT, McKinley has used the Westminster approach in teaching, he said, In this technique, each student is more o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

I* • ■ * D PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 26, 1980 * I Teacher says1Moonies' must adjust By NANCY NEMECEK Daily Reporter Dr. Joseph Barnhart of the philosophy faculty will travel to Hawaii this summer for what he calls an "interchange and sharing of ideas" with the Unification Church, a group more commonly known as the "Moonies." Dr. Barnhart will attend the Unifica- tion Church Conference with other philosophers and theologians. The Unification Church is sponsoring the conference and funding individual trips of all who have accepted invitations. At the conference, participants will deal with philosophical and social problems the Unification Church is fac- ing today, Dr. Barnhart said. He was selected to attend the conference because he has studied the religious movement, he said. He attended a similar con- ference with the Moonies three years ago in New York. Dr. Barnhart defines himself as a "humanist and a naturalist," who believes in religious liberty for all. THE P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

Thursday, June 26, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 4 Photo by SMITH KIKER Janie Crane climbs stairs in theGAB Student tries and triumphs Janie Crane, Beford graduate student, has spina bifida, a spinal birth defect. She has little use of her feet, but she negotiates expertly by alternating use of two sets of crutches — to avoid tiring — and by using a 1974 automobile, which has a hand-controlled throt- tle and brake system. She parks in a handicap-parking space by the Historical Building, and walks to the General Academic Building, where she has journalism classes. Until she obtains an elevator key, she will continue to climb stairs and other obstacles without hesitation, carrying a school bag to hold essentials. She wasn't affected by her handicaps until sh1 moved into college and business environments, she said. A determined Janie Crane enrolled in New Mexico University in 1966. She felt unwanted and discouraged there, she said. Two years later, she transferred to Texas Tech Uni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 26, 1980 Graduate students xfind' Texas history Group tours area church, landmarks By Mark Mounger Daily Reporter Members of the Texas History In- stitute recently visited historical Texas landmarks in north Texas, which in- cluded stops in Denton, Wise, Jack, Montague and Cooke counties. The Texas History Institiute is an NT graduate study program for those who teach or are interested in Texas history. The first part of the trip was to Gainesville, where the class visited the Morton Museum of Cooke County. The structure was built in 1884 as a combination city hall and fire station. The museum was established in 1968 by the Cooke County Heritage Society, and contains historical artifacts from the county. Also included in the visit to Gaines- ville was a walking tour of Victorian- style homes. THE CLOUD-STARK House, built in 1883, features tall columns and a specially built glass room, which was at- tached to the top of the house. The room ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

\ I Thursday, June 26, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Entry time to end Tourney needs 'scrambler' The entry deadline for the "Florida Scramble" Intramural Golf Tourna- ment has been extended until 5 p.m. today, Sue Ivie, assistant director of recreational sports, said. "If we do not have at least 20 peo- ple to enter, we will not have the tournament," she said. The tourna- ment is scheduled to be played at S p.m. Monday on the NT Golf Course. There is a $3 entry fee, which will be used for awards and refresh- ments, Ms. Ivie said. A"Florida Scramble "Golf Tourna- ment is played with teams of four players. Each of the four people on the team will tee off, and the ball that lands in the best position will be the place from where each team member will take his next shot. This procedure continues throughout the game. When the team reaches the green each member putts, but only the best score is counted. This tournament will be a nine- hole tournament, although some tournaments of this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 June 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, June 26, 1980 Sports psychologist explores athletes' psyche for success By TERRY GENTRY Daily Reporter Sports psychology is a relatively new scientific field involving the study and effects of an athlete's motor develop- ment, confidence and motivation, Dr. Robert Weinberg, NT sports psy- chologist, said. Dr. Weinberg of the physical educa- tion faculty said, "Sports psychology applies to development of motor ability by determining individual psyche. "Sports psychology laboratories con- duct research on anxiety, confidence and motivation. An individual's psyche or self-concept plays a major part in one's abilities for achievement." An athlete's effectiveness during com- petition may build up his psyche. Dr. Weinberg said, adding that many times an athlete comes to the last few seconds in a game or event and the pressure of winning or losing the game is increased. Each individual's anxiety or concentra- tion works for or against him, he said. Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 July 1980

Ciberty means responsibility. Zhat is why most men dread it.—Qeorge Bernard Shaw The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1980 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 116 Tuition fees may double Committee asks $8 per semester hour NT students' tuition bills will double some time in 1981 if the Texas Legislature adopts the recommendations of a special committee on higher educa- tion finance The committee, chaired by Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby, has proposed a resident tui- tion increase from $4 per semester hour to at least $8 per semester hour. Texas residents now pay $50 per 12- hour semester for tuition, while out-of- state and international students pay $480. The proposed changes also would in- crease medical school tuition from $400 to $3,600, and dental school tuition from $400 to $2,500. Winfree Brown, chairman of the board of regents, said the state is paying more than half the cost of educating its population He said based on the total budget, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 July 1980

C ommentary Editorials The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, July 3,1980 Proposed bus system The Student Association is attempting to get a com- prehensive shuttle bus system set up to take the place of the university system. The university bus system was terminated at the end of the spring semester because of high costs and low ridership. The system proposed by Transportation Enterprises Inc. calls for a seven-bus system, and would involve TEI placing a small building and a fuel storage tank on the Fouts Field parking lot, as well as permission to park the buses on the lot at night. There are two major problems facing the system sug- gested by TEI and the SA. Low ridership of the previous system and funding for the new system could shut down the proposal when it comes before the Board of Regents at its August meeting. One answer to the funding problem could be the use of a nominal stu- dent service fee. The ridership question, however, is a tricky one. Stu- dents claimed the unive...

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