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

I ♦ Friday, October 31, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 V Escape C ontinued from Page 1 "I'll never forget the morning of Feb. 16, 1979," Mrs. Deahl said, "when we decided to brave the demonstrators and return to the apartment to get our belongings." She disguised herself as an Iranian woman. "I put my mousy American brown hair up with a multi-colored scarf and pulled an ugly brown scarf over my forehead and tied it under my chin like the Iranian women do. I hid my 'yonkee' (Yankee) features behind a pair of sunglasses. Her husband's dark features helped him pass for an Iranian. With a white sweatband tied around his long hair and waving the peace sign, he managed to mumble something in Farsi to the rifle-toting youths at the many checkpoints. "THE PEOPLE were deliriously happy because they were going to rout the last vestige of the Shah's resistance, his elite guards at the imperial palace, just two blocks from our apartment." While they frantically threw what they could in the b...

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

Friday, October 31, 1980 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Frl Halloween brings out "goblins7 Traditions include fortune telling, superstitions By T. G. SPEARS Special Writer HONK! BLAAAAHT! RATTLE-RATTLE- RATTLE! DING-DONGI...TRICK. OR TREAT! Thus for perhaps the hundredth time, a favorite television program is interupted while booty is paid to little ghosts and goblins who roam the streets amid trees draped with toilet tissue, and jack-o'-lanterns grin into the night with candlelight eyes. Halloween, one of the oldest of holidays, is steeped in ancient traditions. Halloween, from All Hallow's Eve, has its origins nearly 3,000 years ago among the Celtics of Northern Europe and the British Isles. Originally, it was the day marked the Celtic New Year and was the feast of Samhain, the Celtic lord of the dead. The celebration also marked the beginning of the season of cold, darkness and decay. Hence, the association with death. The ancients believed that Samhain, on his special day, release...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 October 1980

Friday, October 31, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 THE INCREDIBLE HULK?—Temple junior Perry Mykleby grimaces while doing a dead lift (left) and doing squats. Mykleby Is a member of the NT powerllfiting club. The club works out in the Men's Gym at 3 p.m. on Mondays and Wednes- days and at 2 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Club members will attend a powerllfting meet in Houston on Nov. 15. Photos by TERRY MASKER Eye surgery slows coach By BKIJCE C HAMBERS Daily Reporter Bill Blakeley, NT head basketball coach, was released Monday from Mary Shicls Hospital in Dallas after undergo- ing surgery to repair a detached retina in his right eye. Blakely said he hopes to resume his coaching duties in about 10 days. Despite two straight losing seasons, Blakeley said he is excited about this year's team. "We have only one senior on the team, but we finally have some experienced players," he said. Spikers play TWU, ETSU here Saturday The NT volleyball team will play a tri-match with TW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 October 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 31, 1980 Eagles to take on Aggies Injuries cloud status of offensive linemen The Mean Green football team will put its 4-3 record on the line at 3 p.m. Saturday in Las Cruces, N.M., when they take on the New Mexico State University Aggies. NT has dominated the series since 1973 by winning the last seven games and leads the series with a 11-7-2 record. After an open date last Saturday, NT, still recovering from injuries, will return to action. Four of the six starters on the offensive line are still out. Right guard James Perry, who has missed the last three games because of a strained knee, returned to practice this week and may see action. "Perry has been running very well this week, head football coach Jerry Moore said. "We'll just have to see how his leg holds up in contact. We don't want to reinjure it," he said. Freshman Danny Vick is expected to make his second straight start at center in place of sophomore Toby Bowen. Bowen is tryi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 37 TEI president predicts failure of shuttle bus system By BARBARA CORDRAY Daily Reporter The president of Transportation Enterprises Inc., the company that operates NT's shuttle buses, predicted Monday that the system would fold by next semester unless ridership increases. "I am not optimistic (about keeping the system)," Scott Keller, TEI presi- dent, said in a telephone interview from Austin. "If people are not going to use the ser- vice, we're not capable of offering it," he said. Lonnie Hale, NT coordiator for TEI, said the company is desperate for shuttle bus customers. "We are facing a bleak situation. We are on the verge of losing it (the system)," he said. Hale estimated TEI's loss from the NT shuttle system at 550,000. Keller said the figure was incorrect, but refused to say whether the correct fiqure is higher or lower. "KELLER won't take another loss," Hale said. "If ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 4, 1980 Editorial Electoral responsibility As American society becomes more fast-paced and complex, people increasingly spend less and less time considering their political fate. Involvement in this country's electorial process has declined, while government's role in American life has increased. Polling organizations predict voter turnout will reach an all-time low for a presidential election year, from 52 percent to 54 percent. In 1976, the record low for a presidential election, voter turnout was 54.4 per- cent. America's self-proclaimed democracy seems questionable when compared to this percentage and pales in comparison with voter turnout in other democracies, ranging from 71 percent in Canada to 95 percent in Australia. Other democratic nations are experiencing inflation, unemployment and other governmental problems, as is the United States. However, the degree of voter par- ticipation in other countries demonstrates th...

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

Tuesday, November 4, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Anderson, Carter, Reagan differ on taxes, military Platform differences cut through candidates' shifting stands By R. DANIEL (AVAZOS Daily Reporter Ronald Reagan said he "wants to make America great again." Jimmy Carter claims he knows the minds and hearts of his fellow Americans, and John Anderson said his campaign is one of ideas. But where do the three major presidental candidates stand on the is- sues that will shape this country's future? Despite the shifting positions of the candidates, there are many clear-cut dif- ferences between the men. ON ECONOMIC ISSUES, Reagan and Carter advocate income tax cuts, while Anderson is opposed to the idea. Reagan's plan consists of a 10 percent across-the-board reduction in individual tax rates in each of his first three years in office. Analysis Reagan's advisers estimate his plan would mean a total cut in taxes of $ 192 billion by 1985. Critics say the plan is inflationary and unreali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1980

1 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 4, 1980 Tu Candidates woo influential Mexican-Americans By R. DANIEL CAVAZOS Daily Reporter The Mexican-American population in Texas is growing not only in numbers, but in political importance. Once ignored and overlooked, Mexican-American voters today are ac- tively campaigned for as powerful allies. Evidence of this growing importance has been evident in the campaigning strategies of the 1980 presidential can- didates. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the heavily Mexican-American pop- ulated area of South Texas. In the Rio Grande Valley, for example, presidential candidates Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan have visited the area to woo the Mexican-American vote. THESE EVENTS were un- precedented, since it was the first time in the valley's history that the two major parties' presidential candidates have both visited the area during the cam- paign. Reagan and Carter also have cam- paigned in such Mexican-American strongholds as San ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1980

Tuesday, November 4, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Committee seeks tuition increase; students protest By RODGEK WEST Daily Reporter The Special Committee on Higher Education Financing recommends the Texas Education Code be amended during the next legislative session to require at least a 100 per- cent in-state tuition increase. The committee reported that Texas must maintain its role in providing quality higher education and that it is necesary for students to provide their fair share in the cost. The Te^as Student Association has organized the Students of Texas Against Raising Tuition program throughout the state. The program includes organizing other student groups, contacting news media, talk- ing with legislators, registering stu- dents to vote and a petition drive to find out how many students oppose the increase "The best way for students to fight the tuition increase is to vote for state legislature candidates who oppose the increase," NT Student Associa- tion President S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 4, 1980 Tue Prison pens up "male" prostitute *Diane' forced to solicit customers in Delaware jail SMYRNA, Del. (AP)—"I feel like a piece of raw meat," said Anthony "Diane" Cannon. "There's a lot of men in this jail who haven't had a woman in a long lime." The jail is the Delaware Correctional Center, a collection of sand-colored buildings that sit in an open field ringed with barbed-wire fence. Inside the maximum-security facility there are 900 men and Cannon, a man turning woman, with large breasts and facial dimples, wearing mascara, lipstick and rouge, sashaying down the prison corridors, sometimes with sex for sale. Before prison, the 26-year-old inmate had a partial sex change operation—the removal of testicles—and was on heavy doses of female hormones. Today, Cannon is trapped in a cinderblock cocoon; the metamorphosis has been suspended until society's debt is paid. "They said they wouldn't send me to the women's prison because I...

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

Tuesday, November 4, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 9> * Blaffer Foundation lends paintings Traveling exhibition highlights Dutch, German, Flemish works "A Golden Age of Painling," a new traveling art exhibition from the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foun- dation of Houston that features paintings of Dutch, German and Flemish artists of the 16th and 17th centuries, will be shown through Nov. 26 in the University Gallery. Dr. Scott Sullivan of the art faculty, who specializes in art history of this period, was a speaker at the Amarillo and Beaumont exhibitions of this show. "This time period is the Renaissance and Baroque period. It is the period of Brueghel, Bosch and Rubens," Dr. Sullivan said. The exhibition comprises 41 paintings of canvas, panels and copper plates by Dutch artists Hieronymus Bosch, Lucas Cranach, Sir Anthony van Dych, Pieter Brueghel the Younger and Sir Peter Paul Rubens. "The paintings are primarily Flemish and Dutch, Several of Rembrandt's pupils will be in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 November 1980

■"V** ■ PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 4, 1980 NT retains playoff hopes Nick-of-time kick wins soccer game By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter WICHITA FALLS —A last- minute goal gave the NT soccer team a 4-3 victory over Midwestern State University Saturday, keeping the kicker's in contention for a regional playoff spot. Southern Illinois University, also in contention for a wild-card position in the Midwest region, lost to St. Louis University Friday night. NT countered goals by Midwestern throughout the contest. The Eagles tied the score three times and took the lead for the first time on a shot by Carlos Archie, Irving sophomore, with three minutes remaining in the match. Late in the match, Midwestern was forced to play with 10 players, one less than full strength. This situation allowed Richard Lowe, NT coach, to move Archie, usually a defensive player, into the offensive flow. Midwestern opened the scoring on a goal by Richard Canalas with an assist from Jesus Espino...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 38 Reagan beats Carter in landslide WASHINGTON (AP) — Ronald Reagan won the presidency Tuesday night, sweeping past President Carter to restore Republican rule. Carter con- ceded, saying the people had spoken "and 1 accept that decision." The polls were still open in the West when Carter acknowledged that his term as president was finished — an hour after telephoning Reagan in Los Angeles to congratulate him on victory. So the long campaign ended in the makings of a landslide that belied the forecasts of the president and the poll- sters who said it would be close. From the moment the first polls closed, Reagan had a clean sweep. With 43 percent of the nation's precincts counted, Reagan was gaining 50 percent of the vote, Carter 43 percent, independent John B. Anderson 6 per- cent. In electoral votes, the competition that counted, it was a Reagan runaway. He had won or led for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1980

ommentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, November 5, 1980 Editorials Dying apartheid policy After three decades of trying to make apartheid work, the government of South Africa, in a long over- due move, has abandoned its official policy of strict separation of and discrimination against other ethnic groups by the white minority as an economic failure. Prime Minister Pieter Botha broke with the plan of trying eventually to create politically and economically independent states for the country's black majority and said that to ignore the high degree of economic in- terdependence throughout South Africa would be foolish. He calls his new economic plan a constellation of states that he describes as a system of regional economic cooperation between peoples who are politically organized in different ways. To help execute his plan, he has formed a 60- member committee he calls his constellation commit- tee, chaired by Gerhardus De Kock, a white banker who has a doctorate in econo...

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

Wednesday, November 5, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 « t NT women's basketball team for 1911-1912 Laughs never come to xLoving Couples' By JAMF.S KA1 KM ANN Staff V\ riter If approached analytically, the title of the film "Loving Couples" might refer to the indiscriminate loving that highlights the plot of a contemporary bedroom farce. The title might also refer to the couple of laughs that spark an otherwise stale situation comedy. The film on the whole is a superficial over-produced tedium of old jokes, seen- hefore situations, stereotyped characters, and is, essentially, an in- credibly sophomoric attempt ilt humor by artists of whom more can be ex- pected. "Loving Couples" borrows the liberalism of the I960's "Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice" without the wit, resulting in an innocuous sit-com with all the depth and sophistication of a two hour "Love Boat" special. The film stars Shirley Maclaine as a doctor whose incredibly sensual ap- pearance (what else?) so grabs the atte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 5, 1980 School heads fight low standards Gallup poll indicates public dissatisfaction with system By JANET BRIDGES Daily Reporter Since 1974 there has been a steady decline in the rating of public schools by the American public, but a recent Gal- lup Poll indicates the decline may have come to a halt. Associate Dean James Miller of the School of Education said the turnabout is due partially to the fact that "more people have become aware of the dilem- ma in which they have placed the schools." "THEY'RE SAVING we've been ask- ing too much of the schools fid we need to be more specific," Dr. i>. '"r said. "I think the schools have been doing a far better job than they have been given credit for," he said. The 12th annual poll, which measures the public's attitudes toward public schools, said the decline in the ratings may be due to "changes in the emphasis Blood drive sets record More than 700 units of blood were donated during last ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1980

Wednesday, November 5, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY- Iranian demonstrators celebrate anniversary By The Associated Press Tens of thousands of Iranians rallied at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran Tuesday, marking the first anniversary of its cap- ture with celebration, revolutionary rhetoric and flaming effigies of Jimmy Carter. The Iranian Foreign Ministry, meanwhile, pressed the Carter ad- ministration for a quick, public response to its conditions for release of the 52 U.S. hostages, now beginning their se- cond year in captivity. U.S. officials have said the conditions will be studied carefully before a response is made. They have warned against expectations of a quick solution. The demonstrators shouted "Death to American Imperialism" and carried placards reading "Shame on Carter." Papier-mache renderings of the U.S. president were set ablaze under sunny skies and brightly colored banners denouncing the United States. The demonstrators included Iranian troops and revolutionary guards, m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 5, 1980 Which beer tasted better? m frM pH frtlf ~ -ilrtil mm | An impossible question? j No. The answer is, the beer on the right tasted better. The suds are the tipoff.The head lacing the glass on the right has what brewers call "cling'.' Its tendency to cling to the glass tells you that the brewer didn't skimp on the ^ |hops. And that it tasted better. Ever taste a beer with no "hop" to it? Hops give a beer its zing. Too little hops leaves a beer lifeless. Too much hops makes a beer bite. But choose a beer with the right (proportion of hops to barley malt, and your beer will be lively and refreshing. |Yet, still go down nice and smooth. Does beer have "ding?" |To check for "cling!' you need a glass that's "beer clean'.' (Never used- for milk or soft drinks,never washed in soap*) Pour your beer down the center of the glass to form a 3/4 inch head. See if it leaves rings of foam as you drink. But don't stop at the "cling" test. Make ...

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

Wednesday, November 5, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 I, Gowing leads team in NT "Green Wall' By MARK WEI-TON Daily Reporter Opposing teams have had a rough time scoring against the NT soccer team. In 12 games NT has given up eight goals. The Mean Green defenders ap- propriately call themselves the "Green Wall" and are a big reason for the team's 10-2 record. Joe Gowing, Dallas sophomore, plays sweeper and has been a starter since his freshman year. In the sweeper position, Gowing is often the last defender between the opponent and the goalie. NT soccer coach Richard I.owe said he likes to use Gowing on offense and defense. "We like to bring him up on of- fense for the corner kicks. His strength is heading the ball, and he is one of the tallest players on our team (6 feet l inch). Joe is a good defensive player. In his position he has to read the game well and have courage. I think he has been improving as the year goes," Lowe said. Gowing graduated from W.T. White High School in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 November 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Bayless skips telling all xlike it is' Dallas' Cosell remains bold with column despite hate mail By Jt'.KRN PRICKETT Staff Writer Skip Bayless was coining, so I had to be there. Not that I didn't want to be therr, but a ca. of the flu did not put me in the best condition tc see anyone. Many people told me how he was, a brash smart-ass who was too sarcastic for his own good. They knew all about him, every single thing he had ever writ- ten. Sportscope For one thing, they said, he is not nor- mal. Most people who regularly read his column in the Dallas Morning News ad- mit that Skip Bayless is not normal, even considering he is a sportswriter. He doesn't even try to be the normal sportswriter. BAYLESS SAID he prefers to write about people. Sports is just the one area where the most interesting people abound. Still, problems arise with every column he writes. The column writer, he says, must walk the tightrope of responsibility. Responsibility? From Skip Ba...

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