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

Thursday, July 3, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 .. . -v.- <- 1 Director aims for growth Delotte to seek Denton community involvement Ed Delatte, expected to be the new director of the division of drama, said he hopes to "help the drama department expand and grow next year." Delatte has been a part-time director and teacher at NT for several years and has directed and produced at the Dallas Repertory Theater for the last 11 years. Delatte's appointment is being in- vestigated and approval by the Board of Regents is very likely, Dr. Howard Smith, vice president fo Academic Af- fairs, said. He said he is excited about next year and has many new ideas that will "enhance NT's drama department." "I would like to see a program started that would enable NT students to gain credit by working in a semi-professional atmosphere," he said. Delatte will be the division director of drama, for one to two years. "I will head the division only until a full-time replacement with a doctorate can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 July 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 3, 1980 Shots offer relief Vaccine decreases innoculations By CAROL RUST Dally Reporter Public health institutions may have a new human rabies vaccine that can replace the 21 abdominal injections that arc now given for rabies immunization, according to Dr. John M. Rust, a research consultant for the Veterans Ad- ministration in Shreveport, La. Dr. Rust said the new vaccine requires five injections to be given to people bit- ten by rabid animals, and "provides a comparatively pleasant alternative to the three-week ordeal that now faces a bite victim of a rabid animal." He said the injections are less painful than the old vaccine and are available through the VA, the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Ga„ and at state and loc' health departments. The new vaccine is several years old, but has not previously been available to the public. It was developed and patented by the Wistar Institute, a private, non-profit research organiza- tion in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 July 1980

Thursday, July 3, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 i. • "ft. i • • . U ■ «• . < \ 1' Pholo by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH NUMBER PLEASE—Metro Line Secretary Veronica Dunnlngs, Camden, Ark., Junior, places a call to the metroplex for a student using the Student Association Metro Line. The line Is open from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Students are asked to donate 25 cents to place a five- minute call. The Metro Line Is located on the fourth floor of the Union. Economist disagrees Cuts may fuel woes Tax cuts, expected to be approved by Congress next year as a boost to America's flagging economy, may be in- flationary, Dr. Hugh Barnard Garnett of the economics faculty said. "It's too early for a tax cut," he said. Ideal economic factors are comingling now, Dr. Garnett said. The recession is being offset by easier-to-attain credit, and consumption is low. Without a tax cut, these trends will continue to help stabilize the dollar and balance pay- ments, he predicted. A cut in taxes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 July 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 3, 1980 Brown belt wins second in judo meet Kelley DeFoor, Denton senior food and nutrition major, won second place at the Women's International Open Judo Tournament Sunday in Cedar H lipids, Iowa. Miss DeFoor, a member of the NT Judo Club, won her first four matches in the single elimination tournament. This enabled her to compete for the cham- pionship title. She lost the match to a woman from California, and automatically took second place. "I went to do my best, although my best can always be improved," Miss DeFoor said. Miss DeFoor began winning state judo matches in high school, and since then has won two state collegiate matches and five state championships. Miss DeFoor placed fourth in the Senior American Athletics Union National tournament in April, which entitled her to compete in the tournament. Miss DeFoor is in the 123-pound weight class. There are five other weight classes for women, ranging from 106 pounds to 158 pounds. She...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, JULY 17,1980 Weekly Summer Editon NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 117 -J I Probe focuses on biology department By MIKE BROPHY Staff Reporter Sources close to the investigation of alleged threats to faculty members who gave their department chairmen poor reports in last May's faculty evaluations of the chairmen, say as many as five departments may be involved. Under guidelines established by the NT Faculty Senate, the evaluations were supposed to be anonymous. Faculty members were to fill out the standardized form in any way they deemed necessary to ensure anonymity, place the evalua- tion in two envelopes and send the materials to the Office of Planning and Analysis for processing. The chairmen and their immediate superiors were sent copies of all the reports. The investigation was launched by Faculty Senate Chairman J.B. Smallwood, who sent a memo to all faculty members, which stated the evaluations had "apparently resulted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, July 17,1980 Editorial Faculty intimidation The NT Faculty Senate is investigating complaints from several departments that last May's faculty evaluations of department chairmen resulted in direct or implied threats to those faculty members who criticized the chairmen. The chairmen allegedly identified the authors of un- complimentary evaluations, though the forms were supposed to be anonymous, and threatened to hold back salary and/or promotion recommendations as a retaliatory gesture. Under guidelines established by the Faculty Senate, the evaluations were conducted as follows: • An evaluation form was sent to each individual faculty member. • The faculty members filled out the evaluation in any manner deemed necessary to ensure the desired level of anonymity. • The evaluations were double-sealed and sent to the Office of Planning and Analysis, where a committee set up to canvass the results authenticated the ballots, divided the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

Thursday, July 17, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 T r i - i i . Blues Brothers live era Ex-NT jazzer plays, arranges for New York band By LAURA HAYNES Staff Writer " Well, one thing, when you write the blues and what you be thinking about, you be blue and you ain't got hardly nothing to think about. You just already blue, and you just go on and write..." Furry Lewis, Memphis blues artist Down-and-outers should be ec- static because the blues are back with former "Saturday Night Live" come- dians and musicians in "The Blues Brothers" band. Tom Malone, Ex-1 O'clock Lab Band lead trombone player, plays with and arranges music for the blues band and for the "Saturday Night Live" band. MALONE SAID, in an interview before last Sunday's Dallas perfor- mance, the blues band was the idea of John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd who portray Jake and Ehvood Blues on- stage and in the movie "The Blues Brothers." "Aykroyd and John together developed the idea of these characters and there was a musical...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 17, 1980 Security fixtures may light campus Ineffective and energy-wasting security lighting on the NT campus may be upgraded starting in September with the installation of a new system, providing the project is approved by the NT Board of Regents in August, Don Denney, NT construction manager, said. Because many students voiced the necessity for a better system, making the need known to the NT Facilities Design and Construction Office, Denney said students were somewhat responsible for the installation pro- ject, which he estimated to be com- plete by the spring, if no major problems occur. "Everybody knew it (the current lighting on campus) was bad," he said. "These new lights are energy ef- ficient, long-lived and will provide good lighting." Denney said 16 light fixtures, each on 100-foot poles with five 1,000-watt lights, would adorn the campus un- der the plan, that is, if the money holds out. "We do have a money problem," Denney sai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

Thursday, July 17, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Denton restaurateurs find truth in myth Men's tips top female's ■ft Photot by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH Lectures relay Chicano history, ethnic issues Obtaining better understanding of is- sues involving Mexican-Americans in Texas, by giving special attention to the historical circumstances which gave rise to them,is the goal of a history institute offered this semester, Dr. G.L. Seligmann Jr. of the history faculty said. Distinguished lecturers from the Southwest will speak to institute partici- pants. institute faculty speakers include Dr. Myra Ellen Jenkins, state historian and archivist for New Mexico; and Dr. Robert Rosenbaum, Austin historian. Others are: Dr. Andreas Tijerina, Austin historian; Dr. Elizabeth Alm- quist of the NT sociology faculty; Dr. James Wright, curator of the Fine Arts Libiary of the University of New Mex- ico; and Dr. Bill Martin of the NT education faculty. The lectures will continue through July 30. Library d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 17, 1980 Man befriends boa Abeau slithers way into student's heart Man's best friend supposedly is the dog, but Richard Hilton's best friend is Abeau, a 41-inch boa constrictor. Abeau, which is a derivative of the French terms meaning "from beauty," lives with Hilton, Washington, D.C., biology major. "Abeau was a Christmas gift, and I have had him about two years," Hilton said. "A snake's methods of doing things fascinate me. The way they crawl and prey, not really being sly, so to speak, but the smooth movement they have." Abeau eats mice and rats, although he hns graduated to eating hamsters and gerbils, Hilton said. "I usually feed him twice a week, or once every two weeks. The longest Abeau has gone without food is a month. Abeau also drinks a great deal of water," Hilton said. Hilton plays jazz music when he feeds the boa constrictor because snakes like high'pitched noises, such as those made with a flute, he said. Music, full moons a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

Thursday, July 17, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 •I • V t: - 4 r< I r \r 'f * Jordan keeps suitcase ready for return to Canadian football By JERRY PRICKETT Staff Writer Jordan Case is back in school after going through what he called "a learning experience" in the Canadian Football League. Case, Dallas senior, plans to graduate this December, unless he is con- tacted by a professional foot- ball team. "I'm planning to return to pro football," he said/ "Whether it will be sometime in the fall or next year." Although Case was disap- pointed about not making the Ottawa Rough Riders he said he learned a great deal about professional football. One thing he said he does Jordan CSSQ not want to do is make excuses. Case said Rough Riders Head Coach George Brancato was faced with tough decisions and that players had to live with them. WHEN THE decision had to be made between Case, who was starting quarterback for two years at NT, and Charlie Weatherbie, a more experienced player, Weat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 July 1980

™ V ■ },0 V, . «; PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 17, 1980 Pool priorities ripple swimming The new pool is scheduled for full use this fall, and people low on the priority list are experiencing scheduling problems. "It's very frustrating for them," Sue Skola, assistant director of recreational sports, said. "There are always problems we have to work out in scheduling." Among the groups at the bottom of the priority list set for pool use are a non-credit scuba diving class and the NT Swim Club. The swim club was not originally scheduled for any time, but now has been assigned from 9 to 10 p.m. on weekdays, Ms. Skola said. NO TIME is now available for the scuba course, she said. Someone in a responsible position, such as a faculty member, would have to open and close the Physical Education Building for the club, Ms. Skola said. Also, the club would have to request funds from the club sports office to pay a supervisor. The pool now closes at 9 p.m. Pool rules require a life...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 July 1980

• ■< The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1980 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 118 Board approves regents' request to purchase $285,000 residence NOT ACCIPTAIUf fO® PAUAGtt ONI* THfSf TAPfS WU Bl ACCI^TIO NO CHECKS By MITCHELL LAND Daily Reporter NT has signed a contract to purchase a $285,000 residence at 3300 Santa Monica in the Montecito section of Denton for use as a home for President Frank Vandiver, Dr. Larry Luce, direc- tor of facilities planning and utilization, said Monday. The Coordinating Board, Texas Col- lege and University System, approved NT's request to purchase a house by a vote of 8-7 Friday, despite objections from Rep. Gary Thompson of Abilene. THE COORDINATING Board recommended the approval provided NT uses available ad valorem tax funds rather than student use fees to purchase the house. Dr. Luce said the university had no trouble adjusting to the request. He said approval is subject to review by the Texas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 July 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, July 24,1980 Editorials Deferred laboratories The Coordinating Board, Texas College and Univer- sity System, deferred last week a $3.5 million project to build a new science research building at NT. The building committee recommended disapproval of the project, stating that NT is already slightly overbuilt in educational, general, instructional and library space. The committee recommended approving an expen- diture of $160,000 for remodeling present research laboratories. This move may well prove to be a hindrance to NT's growth, both academically and in research. Perhaps the department to be hit hardest will be the chemistry department. The department, housed in Masters Hall, has had difficulties with its facilities. In October, an outside engineering firm was contacted to correct ventilation problems. The chemistry department has been plagued with ventilation malfunctions since the building was remodeled in the early 1970s. The lat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 July 1980

Thursday, July 24, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 T I: •m ■l- ; <( Premiere of sShowers' film reveals low-budget production By MARK MOUNGER Daily Reporter "The Untidy Story of Goldie Showers," a film made by two NT graduate students, lasted only 45 minutes. That was the highlight of the film. "Showers" premiered July 16 in the fourth floor Faculty Lounge of the General Academic Building. "Showers" is a story that you ^ ,, would find in one MCCOnnell of those cheap 'True Romance'-type magazines, and the creators of the movie, David Smith and Lee Murray, even admitted it. Smith and Murray are working toward a Master of Fine Arts; "Showers" is their thesis. After seeing the film, maybe they should have turned in the written version. The film is a low-budget picture, and it looked it. "Showers" is the kind of movie you would expect your uncle to show on a bed sheet of the family going white-water rafting down the Trinity River. Review Smith and Murray spent less than $500; they ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 July 1980

I PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 24, 1980 Center offers hope for children with developmental handicaps Photo by SUSAN COILINSWORTH Charlie Hotter uses new skills to read by MICKIE FLEETWOOD Daily Reporter Developmentally handicapped is a broad term used by the NT Center for Behavioral Studies to describe any type of learning problem, Susan Rucker, ad- ministrative assistant for the center, said. Dr. Sigrid Glenn, program coor- dinator at the center, said the purpose of the center is three-fold: to teach developmentally handicapped children, to learn more about the field of behavioral studies through research and experimentation with clients, and to teach childrens' families, teachers and other people in their environments to provide conditions suited to improving the learning abilities of developmentally handicapped children. The faculty and staff members at the center teach developmentally handicap- ped children through the use of behavior modification techniques. Puni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 July 1980

Thursday, July 24, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 J 1 $ # r r r t <■• * t Tapes record history Magnetic memories preserve ordeals By MARK MOUNGER Daily Reporter The Oral History Collection in the University Archives in Willis Library contains 600 tapes of interviews with Texans who have survived the attack on Pearl Harbor and prisoner of war camps during World War II, to name a few. The collection, which was initiated by Dr. H.W. "Wib" Kamp of the political science faculty in 1963, was based on a similar program at Columbia University in New York City. "The oral histories fill gaps that writ- ten histories normally wouldn't get," said Dr. Ronald Marcello, coordinator of the collection and member of the history faculty. "The interviews go much more in depth by gathering information that wouldn't get recorded otherwise." The collection contains more recordings of Pearl Harbor attack sur- vivors than any other event, Dr. Marcel- lo said. "We talk to (interview) members of the Tex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 July 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 24, 1980 Payne wins xracquet' title Richard Payne, Dallas graduate student, defeated Gary Cox, San Angelo graduate student, 21-16 and 21-9 Monday in the finals of the second summer session's intramural racquetball tourna- ment. Payne continued his success in intramural rac- quetball. He won the singles racquetball tourna- ment last fall and teamed with Loren Ferre for the doubles title last spring. The 18 entries voted to have 21-point games, with the winner of two games advancing in the single-elimination tournament. If the first two games were split, the third game was to be only an 11-point game, Sue Ivie, assistant director of recreational sports, said. All but the final matches were played Friday night. Cox reached the finals by defeating Gary Har- bison, Wichita Falls junior, 21-11 and 21-14 in the semifinals. Payne won his semifinal match 21-10 and 21-4 against Bill Bradford, Richardson junior. Ms. Ivie said the racquetball doubles ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 July 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, JULY 31,1980 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 119 Biology faculty poll reveals discontent By MIKE BROPHY Staff Reporter A poll of faculty members in the biology department, completed June 2, resulted in at least 43 percent of the faculty members indicating agreement with three allegations leveled against Dr. Kenneth Stewart, the department's chairman. And an unconfirmed report in last week's issue of The Daily that Dr, Young Chen's appeal to the University Review Committee had resulted in an upgrading of his peer rating was sub- stantiated Tuesday in a written decision from the committee. The poll asked participants to agree or disagree with the following allegations: • Unfair treatment of a large segment of the faculty by Dr. Stewart. • Manipulation of departmental com- mittees by Dr. Stewart, in part reflected by unfair peer ratings. • The existence of a "well- established" policy of retaliation against...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 July 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, July 31,1980 Editorials Proposed tuition hike A special state committee on higher education has proposed that student tuition costs be doubled, in order to pay a greater percentage of college expenses by means other than state funding. Texas students pay $4 per semester hour tuition, while out-of-state and international students pay $40 per semester hour. The Special Committee on Higher Education Financing in Texas, chaired by Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby, recommended that tuition for state residents be in- creased to at least $8 per semester hour, with even greater increases for dental and medical school, and to at least $80 per semester hour for out-of-state and foreign students. Most of the commentary on the possible tuition raise has mentioned the increasing costs of education and how much of the cost increase the state pays. The cost of education in Texas has increased in the past decade, but the price the student has paid has remained t...

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