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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 July 1980

Thursday, July 31, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 t T~ Group elects singer Association researches voices Dr. John Large of the music faculty is the new director of research for the National Association of Teachers of Singing The association, which comprises col- lege and private teachers through- out the United States, attempts to stimulate and en- courage research in the voice and related areas, Dr. Large said. Research in dif- ferent areas, from basic voice func- tions to aesthetics, will benefit educators and others in- terested in the voice, Dr. Large said. The findings may be applied to an in- dividual's work. As director of research, Dr. Large will help to coordinate requests or ideas about research projects, and aid in the search for funding from various sources. Funds may come from foundations Dr. Large whose purposes are related directly or indirectly to the voice, or from schools, such as NT, which can fund faculty research, Dr. Large said. A wide range of research is b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 July 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, July 31, 1980 Researchers investigate trash-brick conversion Thu Photo by TOM CRABTREE "WHAT-A-MELON" FEED—From left, Ray Diethriech, NT Food Service manager; Bob Ward, University Union food director; and Jim Nicholas, assistant University Union Director; serve watermelon to Paul Castillo, San Antonio junior and Clark Hall resident assistant. About 350 people attended Outdoor Fiesta last Thursday. BEOG recipients to feel funding squeeze $50 cutback hits students Students participating in the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant program will have $50 reduced from their awards beginning in the fall. On July 3, Congress approved an across-the-board $50 decrease in all BEOG awards for full- and part-time students. The cutback, which represents a $140 million decrease, is part of the Compromise FY-80 Rescission Measures contained in the Supplemental Appropriations Bill. President Carter signed the bill July 8. CONGRESS rejected Carter's $108 million ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 July 1980

t i Thursday, July 31, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 i -4 'i i * < * 4 «( I I Student *sees' future Library praeticum aids the blind Cynthia Dickinson, Houston graduate student, answers Willis Library patrons' questions, checks materials in and out and provides services dealing with newspapers in the Special Collec- tions section on the fourth floor of the library. Mrs. Dickinson is a student library worker like other student library workers, except for one thing — she is blind. Mrs. Dickinson is the first person to whom the library has offered practical training for the blind. She came to NT in the fall on a library science scholarship offered to handi- capped students by the U.S. Department of Education. Although she was born in El Paso, Mrs. Dickinson has spent most of her life in Houston. She has attended the Texas School for the Blind in Austin, where she learned to walk with a cane, to read Braille and to cook. Mrs. Dickinson said she enjoys her work. It represents new ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 July 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursdayt July 31, 1980 Sports hold potential dangers Non-contact activities could cause permanent injuries Sports such as tennis, badminton and fencing are often thought of as being bourgeois sports, involving lit- tle or no physical contact between players, and resulting in very little in- jury. Athletes who participate in these sports are susceptible to epicondylitis humeri, a disorder that is painful and in some cases crippling enough to prevent the athlete from continuing in the sport. More commonly known as tennis elbow, the disorder also affects box- ers, squash and polo players and baseball pitchers. Photo by SUSAN COLUNSWORTH Chris Reynard, New Orleans junior, shows strain Tennis elbow is the tearing of mus- cles used in rotating the extended arm, an action which occurs repeatedly in many sports, John Porche, NT athletic trainer, said. The symptoms of tennis elbow are tenderness in the area of the radial- humeral gap, which is between the two bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 August 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, AUGUST 7,1080 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 120 m Survey reveals interest in December ceremony Photo by SUSAN COI LINSWORTH I THINK I'LL LIKE IT HERE—Don Harrison, Houston freshman, finds the sorority table at freshman orienta- tion very much to his liking. Harrison was one of several hundred students who took part In this year's program. By MITCHELL LAND Daily Reporter Interest in a winter ceremony for December graduates has increased significantly, Francette Milligan, as- sociate registrar, said Wednesday. A recent survey, initiated by Ms. Mil- ligan, indicates that 92 percent of those returning the questionnaire hope for a winter ceremony of some kind. MS. MILLIGAN said the Student As- sociation adopted a resolution in February asking that the vice president for academic affairs study the reinstate- ment of a ceremony for December graduates. She said the request was referred to her office, where she...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 August 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, August 7,1980 11 | 'f ► ft % 'I* • ■ 4 Tht Editorial Jurisdiction problem Because of an opinion by City Attorney C.J. Taylor, the streets surrounding the NT campus no longer are safe. Taylor recently issued a statement, which declared that the city no longer would accept citations from the NT Police Department. Although university police are certified by the state, they have no jurisdiction or con- trol over city streets. Taylor's move was not a wise one. Chief Robby Robinson of the NT Police Department said the city and NT are losing because of Taylor's opinion. The city is losing in terms of revenue. Prior to the issuance of Taylor's statement, university police issued from 50 to 90 citations a month for moving violations, with fines ranging from $15 to $25. NT is losing in terms of safety. Robinson said traf- fic on avenues C and E has increased, and parking violations along on-campus streets are creating safety hazards for pedest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 August 1980

I i f •1 |1 fr ^ 1 < /|k Thursday, August 7, 1900 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 i t t i« * re is or he th he ke he the on sed icy >ng lite sity >or- bile try, n of i 1 ' • • r J. KCBD • TV Photo by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH Gary Safley, Paris senior, peers into a television van parked on an NT lot Van puzzles passers-by Have you ever wondered why a television van is parked on the Speech Building parking lot? The van, with KCBD-TV call letters painted on it in letters that are chipping away with its age, is from Lubbock, and was given to NT in October 1976. Dr. Edwin L. Glick of the Radio/TV/Fi!m divi- sion said the general manager of the Lubbock television station asked if NT would be interested in the old van, "so, we took it," Dr. Glick said. The 1958 Dodge truck was remodeled into a specially outfitted television van to use at the Lub- bock station. "The equipment is obsolete now, but we can still use the van from time to time," Dr. Glick said. That is, if the division can acqui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 August 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 7, 1980 ) V*. j-T Political scientist meets with clanger on junkets \ h % L I i| > 1 < It 1 4 Thu Photo by SUSAN COLUNSWORTH ALCOVE RESTING SPOT—From left, Supol Durongwatana and Sukanya Siupoasong, graduate stu- dents, Sorasak Sivaponprasert and Vilairat S. Soichart, freshmen, all of Taiwan, study at a table in the Univer- sity Union. Tables and chairs recently were placed In the area near The Corner. "The tables and chairs have been used there before," Bob Ward, food services director, said. Group awards Fulbrights Teachers, student receive overseas grants Two faculty members and one graduate student received 1980-81 Fulbright grants for study in foreign countries, Dr. Thomas H. Hoemeke, director of international programs, said recently. Dr. John T. Crow, director of the Intensive English Language Institute, plans to attend the Soviet Union's Lenin institute of Technology in Leningrad from February to May. He also will speak on a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 August 1980

I l ► l i « It Thursday, August 7, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 t jr t r \ f 0 « I I * 4 « « 4 « ■f * Immigration service postpones interviews of foreign students Photo by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH BAG LADIES—Liz Alewlrie, left, Farmers Branch graduate student, and Sarah Morgan, Dallas graduate student, collect aluminum cans from the Language Building. The pair turn In the cans for recycling. By KAREN BALL Staff Writer Interviews of NT's 1,300 international students, which had been scheduled to begin in September, have been placed on hold because of impracticality, Richard Norton, Dallas director of investigations for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Serivces, said Wednes- day. "Broad-based interviews do not ap- pear likely," he said. The INS planned to interview all foreign students after its investigation into the immigrant statuses of Iranian students in November. Charges of dis- crimination had been filed against INS by Iranian students after the investiga- tions, but the S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 August 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 7, 1980 % Photo by THERESA HAMLIN Khosrow Ebrahim, Denton graduate student, dives for a shot Friday night Efforts net intramural victories Chuck Bailey and Khosrow Ebrahim won the men's doubles and Cathy Avery and Patti Ketterer won the women's doubles Friday in an in- tramural doubles tennis tournament at the Men's Gym courts. The tournament was open to the public, in an attempt to get more entries, Sue Ivie, assistant director of recreational sports, said. The men played in regular tourna- ment style, with single-elimination matches, while the women had a round-robin format, with "pro-style sets," Ms. Ivie said. Avery and Ketterer won all of their matches in the pro-style sets, which require eight games to win instead of the regular six games. Their scores were 8-3, 8-0, 8-1 and 8-3. Martha Cook and Marie Campbell took second place in the women's division. Mallory Chamberlin and John Miller finished second in the men's competition. Ran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 August 1980

f: V l t X * i V '(r* | * N 'If « I « f t I t * The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1980 Weekly Summer Edition NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 121 Shuttle bus system to roll; TEI readies fall operation By MIKE BROPHY SlafT Reporter Despite an unanticipated lack of support from apartment owners in Denton, the Trans- portation Enterprises Inc. shuttle bus system will operate during the fall semester, Scott Kel- ler, TEI president, said Wednesday, NT President Frank Vandiver approved a $30,000 university contribution for the system last week, but Keller said the total cost will be between $80,000 and $100,000. "All that means is I'm going to have to try and un- derwrite it myself for a while," he said. Another source of revenue for the system will be the student user fee required of riders. For a $25 fee, paid in the registration line, stu- dents will receive unlimited ridership for the entire semester. Passes will, however, be on sale throughout the se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 August 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, August 14,1980 Editorials Autonomy for TCOM A state attorney general's opinion cleared the way for the Board of Regents to designate a chancellor for NT and TCOM without the consent of the Legislature, if the regents so desire. The opinion was sought by Rep. Gib Lewis of Fort Worth at the request of the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association. The Education Code statute that made TCOM a state institution says NT's "chief executive officer" shall serve in the same capacity for TCOM. It does not specify whether that officer is a chancellor or a presi- dent. TOMA Executive Director Tex Roberts said the designation of a chancellor for the NT-TCOM system would allow TCOM to have a doctor of osteopathy as its president. He said the question is a matter of prestige and autonomy, because other medical schools in the state have their own presidents. Roberts said the addition of a president at TCOM would provide a "better administrative chart" t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 August 1980

Thursday, August 14, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 * < I V f < NT-ex breaks into comics cartooning Artist illustrates super heroes through Marvel's 'Ironfist', *Spider Man' CS-WW/U Ex-NT art major's 'Power Man' By MARK MOUNGER Daily Reporter Look! Sitting at the drawing board! It's an architectural engineer! It's an advertising major! No, it's cartoonist Kerry Gammill! Gammill, ex-NT art major, draws Power Man and Iron Fist for Marvel Comics. GAMMILL got his break in cartooning when he met Roy Thomas, Marvel Comics editor, at a comic book convention in 1976. Thomas looked at Gam- mill's work and gave him an assignment with Marvel. Gammill attended another comic book convention that year in Houston, where he met Marvel Comics' founder and creator of Spider Man, Stan Lee. Lee was impressed with Gammill's work, gave him assignments to draw panels in Spider Man, Doctor Strange, Conan the Barbarian and Star Wars comic books. He soon became a full-time member of the staff. It ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 August 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Electrical short sets kiosk afire By M1CK1E FLEETWOOD Daily Reporter An clectrical short in the lighting system of a kiosk at the northeast corner of the University Union caused it to burn Monday morning, Lt. Vic Lauder- dale of the NT Police Department said. There are six kiosks around the University Union, at the northeast and northwest corners. Posters and ads are placed on the kiosks to provide informa- tion of coming events, organizational meetings and personal notices. The fire was discovered by NT police officer Alton Davis at 4:14 a.m. Mon- day, Lauderdale said. Davis called the fire department after he failed to ex- tinguish the fire with an extinguisher, which is standard equipment in NT patrol cars, he said. The fire was put out at 5 a.m., when a fire truck answered Davis' call. Mike Mitura, Union director, said he reported the fire and its cause to the maintenance department. The lighting systems in the remaining kiosks will un- dergo safety ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 August 1980

11 t k I ,• ) ' . r f > i 11 * i > * i 11 * • i f * t Marquis Hall: Old dorm faces new life Thursday, August 14, 1980 ESpo-i' .VWH -«r •• HBST*" "?'• • v -Jr. fa xrsz m Photo# by SUSAN COLLINSWORTH Doorway leads to renovated hallway, rooms Conituncy of Change." business education seminar, sponsored by the College of Business, Business Administration Building, continues Friday l(> 31) p.m. Monday 2 30 p m Final exams, term ends all day 5 10 pm Mass honoring summer graduates Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. 1215 N. Elm St Saturday Summer Coliseum THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 By MICKIE FLEETWOOD Daily Reporter In the 1940s, when Marquis Hall was a women's dorm, panty raids were an outlet for spring fever. "It was one the favorite sports of young men with nothing better to do," Dr. Robert Marquis, formerly of the College of Education, said. •r. Marquis said men would run through the halls of the dorm, knock on doors and yell, "Come on! Throw them out!" MARQUIS Hall opened...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 August 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, August 14, 1980 Winning isn't everything to romantic horse lover By JERRY PRICKETT Staff Writer Post time for my summer vacation is Aug. 15. Although the race will be short, 1 will be ready. I plan to spend a part of my week off from my job and from school at the horse races. The journey may seem long, because Sportscope there is no pari-mutuel betting in Texas. The place where I will go, if money and car remain intact, is Louisiana Downs. WHEN I WAS younger, I watched the horses run in the Kentucky Derby on television. I thought the horses were beautiful, especially when they were run- ning around the final turn. I still think horses are beautiful, es- pecially if they win and I have money bet on them. Like any creditable gambler, the last time I went to the races I had a system. Because my knowledge of horses is practically nil, I chose the system of buy- ing a racing form and tip sheets. This system is good if several nearby people are doing...

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

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO 2 I Judge releases student editor, schedules new court hearing Mark McKinnon, editor of UT-Austin's The Daily Texan, was found in contempt of court Tuesday, sentenced to jail and fined $100 by Travis County Court-at-Law Judge Jon Wisser after refusing to hand over negatives taken dur- ing a demonstration by Middle Eastern students last January. State District Judge Tom Black well ordered the editor of the student paper released less than two hours after he had been jailed. Blackwell signed a writ of habeas corpus free- ing McKinnon who was booked into Travis County jail about 2 p.m. A hearing was scheduled for Tuesday after- noon and Blackwell ordered McKinnon released on $1,000 bond. McKinnon's hearing was later rescheduled for 2 p.m Thursday. "I hope it's the last time," McKinnon said after his release. "I don't think it needed to go this far." McKinnon calied his time in a ...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, September 3, 1980 Editorials NT must focus on new image Private donations to NT shrank by as much as 30 percent during the last year and a half because of state and grand jury investigations into allega- tions of mismanagement of university funds by former President C.C. "Jit- ter" Nolen and Jim Reid, former director of the NTSU Educational Foun- dation Inc. NT has been subjected to media criticisms, fair and unfair, and to politically based ridicule and scorn during the inquiries. NT has carried a sullied reputation long enough. The final chapter of the investigations is hopefully nearing an end. The Denton County Grand Jury issued no indictments after it looked into charges of illegal transfers of funds from the educational foundation's budget to supplement Nolen's salary, of improper use of the Coliseum for a fund-raising rally for gubernatorial candidate John Hill and use of univer- sity equipment and employees to send out lette...

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

^TP- Wednesday, September 3, 1980 Dallas theater star assumes new role Ed De Lattc, newly-appointed direc- tor or the division of drama, has played a wide variety of roles in his careers as an actor, director, minister and ad- ministrator. Founder and director of the Dallas Repertory Theater, De Latte said although he does not consider himself an academician, he is excited about spending a year or two at NT until a full- time replacement with a doctorate is available to fill the post. He has been involved in productions as an actor and director in Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Houston and has performed in films and commercials. De Latte acted at Casa Manana, Fort Worth; Theater Under the Stars, Houston; and at the Bronco Playhouse, Windmill Dinner Theater and Country Dinner Playhouse in Dallas. As a director, De Latte worked on productions at the Dallas Repertory Theater, the Country Dinner Playhouse, the Dallas Summer Musicals, San An- tonio's Hacienda Dinner Theater, the Win...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 3, 1980 I Union displays1glass' art Photo by TERRY HASKER A TOUCH OF GLASS-NT paint crew member Hank Lyle prepares some of his stained glass work for showing in the in- itial Union Gallery exhibition of the semester. An exhibition or stained glass works by Hank Lyle opened the University Union Gallery season Monday. The exhibition, which is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Satur- day until Sept. 11, is free and open to the public. "My work is primarily the expression of dreamlike or mystical visions that I have," Lyle said. "It ranges from the ideal fishing spot to the flowing of a person's spirit from his body after death. Most of my work is mixed media in- cluding woodworking, sandblasting and the use of prisms." Lyle, a native of Fort Worth, dropped out of NT after three years of art studies to work full time on the university's paint (as in housepainting, not fine arts) crew. Early last summer, he jazzed up a routine job...

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