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

Wednesday, October 15, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 % Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY Dr. John Thompson examines his collection of campaign buttons Buttons Continued from Pa Re I Some of the prettiest buttons on display also are from the McGovern period, when peace and ecology were prominent issues. One such button, about three inches in diameter, shows a white dove of peace against a clear blue sky, with the simple statement, "Someday." Campaign buttons have been made in novel designs. Dr. Thompson has one in the form of a tie clasp that was manufactured for the Eisenhower campaign. When viewed from one angle, the button flashes a photograph of the candidate, and from another angle it reads, "I like Ike." "I don't buy campaign buttons," Dr. Thompson said. "I go to all the campaigns and pick them up for free or else make a minor contribution." But Dr. Thompson said he has noticed a decline in the number of campaign buttons available in the past few years. "I think they are being used ...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 15, 1980 i j ! ! Pholo by BARBARA BARKLEY READY FOR TAKEOFF—Steve Slglar, Denton junior, springs off the diving board in his diving physical education class in the PE Building pool. Audio-video system saves film problems Good grief! Charlie Brown turns 30 w SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP)—Good grief! Charlie Brown is 30 years old. And it all began in a rather unlikely way—with a correspondence course in drawing "from one of those places that says 'take our free talent test,"' said creator Charles Schulz, whose humble beginnings blossomed into an empire centered on the cartoon strip "Peanuts," which celebrates its 30th birthday this month. That correspondence course and talent have made Schulz a rich and famous man. "I don't know why everybody laughs when I say that—it was a good course," said Schulz, whose world-renown characters—Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Snoopy and Woodstock—appear in some 1,200 newspapers every day. But the strip is no lon...

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

Wednesday, October 15, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 > * 'i *" *• r' • Y Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY John McKenzie Jk Bodine's *1* ■Ua.CC Tickle A Rib Hallmark Contemporary Cards are good for a laugh! _s> ( r\) t / 'V c 1979 Hallmark Cards. Inc I I I I I Valuable Coupon 10% Discount On Any Purchase Oct. 15-22, 1980 Carriage Square Only Coach emphasizes total training aspects By ERIC KIMBALL Daily Reporter Athletes get all the credit for the records they set, but the coach who trained them is seldom mentioned. It is not unusual for John McKenzie, NT's head track coach, to train runners into record-breaking condition. He has coached record-breaking athletes for the last 10 years. McKenzie said he believes in training the total runner, not just the legs for run- ning or the lungs for breathing. The whole body is trained, mentally as well as physically, in the pursuit of excel- lence. Since 1973, NT's track and cross country teams have graduated 90 per- cent of their athletes. In...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 15, 1980 >•■*1f Mgm mm a MB* ■ itr ■!+ . &?U-. !SsMi'&ytX-:, :sCiX-r ,s 1 Softball win ends club's fall season The NT softball club finished its fall season by routing Texas Wesleyan Col- lege 11-4 in the second game of a double- header Monday. NT scored six runs in the first inning and went on to win their first game of the season. NT lost the first game 4-1. The club's record is now 1-7. Leftfielder Jan Johnston injured her ankle sliding into second base in the first game. Johnston had singled and was ad- vancing to second on a wild pitch when she caught her ankle on the base during the slide. In the first game, NT took a 1-0 lead in the third inning when catcher Loretta Hotchkiss singled in pitcher Bobbye Cotton with two outs. Texas Wesleyan came back in the top of the fourth to score two runs on two singles and a throwing error by third baseman Robin Frey on a bunt. NT had a chance to tie the game in the sixth inning whe...

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

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 26 y* K ii i, A ' 1 Carter proposal threatens to cut college money By CAROL RUST Staff Writer If Congress follows President Jimmy Carter's budget-balancing proposal to cut federal revenue-sharing to states, ap- propriations for higher education in Texas could be decreased by $140 mil- lion. The House version of a bill based on the proposal would eliminate state governments from participation in the federal revenue-sharing program, but the Senate version would authorize another $2.3 billion annually for the states. Congress has until December to renew authorization of the federal revenue sharing program. Lynn Moak, director of research in the Lt. Governor's officc said federal revenue-sharing to Texas amounts to $200 million in its $25 billion annual budget. If that funding is cut, he said the decrease will be absorbed in the general budget-making process. A decrease would not ra...

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

mz Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, October 16, 1980 Editorials Union art gallery theft Vandals w ho removed the Best of Color photo from the Union Gallery early Monday afternoon crippled efforts by the Fine Arts Committee of the Union Program Committees to provide NT students and faculty members access to university and professional art. The photo, "Sunrise from a Volcano" by Stephen J. Paul, was part of the "Photos From Earth" exhibition scheduled to be shown in the gallery through today. The theft of the photo Monday resulted in the clos- ing of the exhibition four days early to ensure the safety of the 34 remaining photos. Union Gallery director Dottie Johansson said three other thefts involving works taken from exhibitions in the Union Gallery have occurred since May 1. All were thefts of personal works rather than works from tour- ing exhibitions. A traveling exhibition of political cartoons from the Smithsonian Institution, scheduled to show in the gal- lery ...

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

Thursday, October 16, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Ensemble features tenor Program includes Bach, Mozart, Brahms By LAQUITA DAVIS and JUDY SC OTT Daily Reporters The NT Chamber Wind Ensemble, under the direc- tion of Dr. John Stansberry, will premiere in a free concert at 8 p.m. today in the Music Building's Recital Hall. The program features tenor Grant Williams on J.S. Bach's Cantata No. 189, which was transcribed by Dr. Stansberry. Williams, who earned his bachelor's and master's degrees at the Juilliard School of Music, is a voice instructor at NT. Williams has sung with the Robert Shaw Chorale, the New York City Opera and Dallas and Fort Worth opera companies and symphony orchestras. "The Cantata No. 189 is very joyous in nature," Dr. Stansberry said. "The instrumentation of the transcription was chosen in the hope of preserving the timbre and character of hhe work." The piece is transcribed for oboe, two English horns, two bassoons and harpsichord. Six selections from J.N...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Researchers say they have discovered a way to synthesize the mythical aphrodisiac "Spanish fly." The dis- covery, they said, won't help your sex life, but it may cure your warts. Although legendary Lotharics reportedly have used cantharidin—an extract from the wings of the Spanish fly beetle—as an aprodisiac, scientists have long insisted that it has no sexual effect, as well as being poisonous. r/tr MEI LI WAH CHINESE RESTAURANT Select from 3 main courses for lunch each day—includes eggroll, fried rice and tea. For dinner, enjoy the a la carte dishes, combination plates or create your own "specialty" from our variety of choices. Relax with some beer and wine. Call ahead for orders to go. 508 s. Elm 382-1072 11 a.m.-2 p.m. lunch 5 p.m.-10 p.m. dinner Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday 5 D.m.-11 p.m. Saturday D L L} n Thursday, October 16, 1980 Dietician to speak on nutrition Nutrition group sponsors events, seeks recognition B...

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

i * • t \ * / Thursday, October 16, 1980 Attorney general plots tax strategy AUSTIN (AP)—Attorney General Mark White said Wednesday he is exploring several avenues for legal action challenging the windfall prof- its tax. He also said Gov. Bill Clements jumped the gun in applying a new round of pressure for White to file suit on behalf of the state — something White until now has refused to do. "We were way out in front of the governor on this," White said after Clements released his latest letter to the attorney general. White said he had discussed legal strategies to fight the tax with the as- sistant attorneys general of Louisiana and Oklahoma. Oklahoma already has sued in federal court and White said Texas' action will depend in part on whether the courts grant standing to oU- producing states to contest the tax. "IF OKLAHOMA prevails, we'll probably join in Oklahoma's litiga- tion. We are going to exhaust every legal possibility in objecting to the windfall profits tax," the att...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 16, 1980 $ t \ k &HTSU WW BiOOD DRIVE Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY OUT FOR BLOOD—Blood drive volunteers solicit donations from passing NT students and faculty members outside the Information Science Building. From left, Joyce Ross, Dallas senior; John Walker, Denton junior; and Nan Culpepper, Marshall junior. The students were gathering donations Tuesday. TCOM shifts health goals T ( Doctors design new shoe A new type of woman's shoe combin- ing fashion with support passed the NT usage test and could be on the market soon. Dr. Ronald Mclntyre of the physical education faculty said. Ten women from NT and Denton served as guinea pigs in tests including: • High-speed photography that con- sisted of taking pictures from the side, Construction work continues on campus Vehicles parked in the parking lot behind the Art and Speech buildings must exit from the entrances because of construction, Donald Denney, univer- sity engineer, said. Constru...

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

> * 1 Thursday, October 16, 1980 By MARK WKLTON Daily Reporter NT junior Lec English gained 407 yards for a 5.7 yards-pcr-carry average this season while playing fullback, a position more often associated with blocking than running. Offensive backfield coach Richard Ritchie said Hnglish is one of the most consistent players on the team. "I wouldn't trade him for any fullback in the country," Ritchie said. English, a 5-11 junior, graduated from Rivercrcst High School in Wilson, Ark., in 1977 where he was all-state in three sports. In football, English was an Ail- American quarterback; in basketball he was an all-state guard; and in baseball, an all-state pitcher and shortstop. He went to the state meet in track. English was recruited by a number of schools after high school and almost wound up playing for Arkansas. "I had it narrowed down to either Arkansas or Memphis State. 1 liked the Arkansas coach, who was Erank Broyles. I liked Memphis State because it was close to home, and ...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY PholO by MARK WILLIAMS Zac Cypert fends off a blocker against SMU Fan expresses cold response to Series By JKRRN PRK KKTT Staff W riter The final baseball series of the year has begun. So what. My fellow Americans, I have looked at the state of baseball and have decided baseball is not in the best condition. Now is the time for all good baseball fans to come to the aid of their pastime. Something is wrong with the World Series being played this late in the year, because it usually means winter weather. Sporiscope Since the Series is going to be played at night in the middle of October, some of the games this year will probably be cold. Certainly, recent Series have lost some of the glamour when the players ap- peared dressed as Nanook, the Eskimo. It is rumored that the Yankees are starting a farm club in Fairbanks, Alaska, to help players improve their play in cold weather. Like most rumors, it is ridiculous. Ac- tually the Yankees are starting a team i...

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

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 27 >l lis 0 $ ffr -tifr '■ •" T5jn>j*V! ¥ Photos by TERRY HASKER FAIR FUN—Animals and people alike participate in activities at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas. Piglets (top) doze in a pigpen at the Children's Barnyard, a petting zoo for children. Fairgoers (bottom left) brave one of the rides, the Wave Swinger. Morris and Katherin Salerno of Little Elm (right) ride the fair's merry-go-round The fair ends Sunday. As of Wednesday, 2,132,082 had attended the fair. NT force loses two policemen to other patrols Jury to decide discrimination suit against Safeway Injunction permits students to work Bv KAREN BALL Staff Writer Citing frustration at not being allowed to perform all of the duties of commis- sioned police officers, two of NT's 20 of- ficers have resigned from the force. Greg Dunham, whose resignation was effective earlier this month, is working for the Denton Police...

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

«'* • p\ ;•:£* v;." v/: . J Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, October 17, 1980 Editorial Costly import quotas The U.S. International Trade Commission should reject proposals to decrease Japanese car imports because restrictions would cost consumers more than $6 billion annually and because they are not necessary to help domestic automakers. Ford Motor Co. and the United Auto Workers un- ion petitioned the ITC to limit Japanese imports to 1.7 million cars in 1981 and raise tariffs from 2.9 percent to 20 percent of sales price. In hearings last week, Michael Lynch, acting direc- tor of the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, said import quotas would have cost Americans $3 billion to $5 billion this year if they were in effect. Tariffs, he said, would have cost consumers more than $5 billion. Imported cars captured 22 percent of the U.S. auto sales market in 1979, and figures provided by J.D. Powers and Associates, a Los Angeles-based marketing firm, show th...

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

t i < Friday, October 17, 1980 to 1 f % r 1 *—m— Photos by BAHbARA BARKLEY MENOTTI'S 'MAID'—Belinda Gatten, Houston sophomore, rehearses a scene from th«s opera "The Old Maid and the Thief," by Gian Carlo Menotti. The scene, along with scenes from "The Merry Wives of Windsor," "Trouble in Tahiti," "Don Giovani" and "La Boheme" will be presented at 7:30 p.m. to- day and Saturday in the Concert Hall of the Music Building. The scenes will be performed by students in the Opera Workshop. Admission is $1. Sunday show r features arias The Denton alumni chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota will present singer Charles Nelson as guest artist for its annual Benefit Musicale at 3 p.m. Sunday at the home of Dr. Isabel Scionti, 1111 Emerson Lane. Nelson, a voice instructor at East Texas State University will perform 12 arias from composers such as Mozart, Rossini and Verdi. Nelson said he sub- titled his program "Twelve Reasons I Don't Sing Opera" because each aria he will perform was written for the b...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 17, 1980 r \ Demand rises for accountants By LAURA EVANS Daily Reporter Recruiting demands for accounting graduates are becoming increasingly competitive, said Michael Shanley of Arthur Andersen and Co., one of the largest international accounting firms. Recent studies indicate that the current market de- mand for accountants is greater than the supply, Nancy Head, an NT accounting staff member said. The accounting program at NT requires majors to complete the course requirements for a master's degree in order to graduate. Students receive a bachelor's degree at the same time they receive their master's. There is an increasing percentage of business stu- dents enrolling with accounting majors. Studies by University Planning and Analysis show that 30 to 40 percent of the students enrolled in the College of Business Administration are accounting majors, Ms. Head said. "Taking up a major in accounting is very difficult and lime consuming," s...

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

f; I f \ Friday, October 17, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 i • Photo by MARK WILLIAMS KEYBOARD WIZARD—Thorn Whitaker, Enid, Okla., conducted by organist Karel Paukert. Paukert will cri- graduate student, works on a piece by Max Rager in tique Whitaker's performance and lecture on the preparation for a performance today at a master class works of pianist-composer Franz Liszt. ZIP codes to gain four digits > < A nine-digit ZIP code system to be implemented in January I98I will speed up mail service and reduce labor costs, Bob Langford, supervisor of delivery and collections of the Denton Post Of- fice said. However, he said people won't have to memorize an entirely new ZIP code when the new system is implemented. Existing ZIP codes will stay the same but will be separated from the four new numbers by a dash. Denton has three ZIP codes but under the new system it will have 1,500. The four digits will direct pieces of mail to appropriate letter carriers by Campus Calendar Tod*...

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

iiGumr PAGE 6 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY « 1t I Friday, October 17, 1980 NT students i By MIKE BROPHY Special Writer Whether from apathy or necessity, one group of Americans that ap- parently has ignored pleas for energy conservation is students. Fewer long distance vacations, more fuel efficient cars and conserva- tion among the majority of the country's drivers have led to gasoline surpluses and slowly decreasing priccs at the gas pump. NT students, however, appear to be ignoring trends and continuing to drive as they always have. i: WHILE GAS SALES nationally have fallen, gasoline retailers in un- iveristy areas of Denton say sales have either increased or remained the same through the duration of the energy crunch. Jeremy Hicks, manager of the 7-11 store, 900 Avenue C, said gasoline prices at his store have fallen since May and sales have increased. The majority of his sales are to students and university employees, he said. "During the shortages, our sales never really fell off. But...

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

' h Friday, October 17, 1080 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 I ' < 1 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY MOVING RIGHT ALONG—Fort Worth senior Robert Weise heads a pack of runners, including NT's Perry Miller and Ron Wakefield. The harriers pulled out of Saturday's scheduled meet against Oklahoma. Injuries put NT harriers out of meet The NT cross country team cancelled its participation against Oklahoma University today because of a tight rac- ing schedule and a number of injuries on the women's team, coach John McKen- zie said. The need for training outweighed the need for a race, McKenzie said. The close schedule would not allow enough time for the runners to properly recover for the race with UT-Austin Thursday. The women's team has been suffering from injuries for several weeks. Leanna Hocking has an inflammed kneecap. Tracy Jo Wilson has Achilles tendon trouble and muscle spasms in her legs. Susan Gilliam has knee problems and cannot run. The men's team finished fourth Fri- day in a meet a...

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

1 "•*?"* .Wl 'i! fSffUV"*"* * PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Hobbled Eagles confront Tigers after Tulsa loss By MIKE WIGGINS Daily Reporter NT's football team will meet Memphis State University at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Liberty Bowl in Memphis. The Memphis State Tigers, who are 1-4, whipped NT last year 22-0 and lead the series 15-3. NT has won two out oT the last three games against the Tigers and has a 3-3 record this year. NT will try to regroup after losing Saturday to the University ofTulsa. The Eagles gave up 28 points in the second half in a 28-27 defeat. Tulsa scored the winning touchdown on a fourth-and-15 pass from the NT 20-yard line with six seconds left in the game. Memphis State is coming off a 38-14 loss to the University of Louisville Saturday. The Tigers, after leading 14-3 at halftimc, surrendered 28 points in the first four and a half minutes of the third quarter. Four NT players are questionable for the game. Decisions will not be made until game time on split e...

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