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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1980

T The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 39 President, successor begin planning changeover Carter blames loss on voter frustration WASHINGTON (AP) — President Carter declared Wednesday that his landslide defeat at the hands of Ronald Reagan was a result of voter frustration over the long ordeal of the American hostages in Iran and other issues and "was not an aversion to me." Carter appeared relaxed and spoke without bitterness to a small group of reporters in the Oval Office the day after losing the White House by an overwhelming margin. Afterward, he left for his Camp David, Md., retreat to "go off by myself and think for awhile." In the interview, Carter said he plans to write his memoirs and to give President-elect Reagan public support after he takes over the White House on Jan. 20. He did not rule out seeking the presidency again, saying, "That's a ques- tion I have not even dreamed about." Carter confirmed tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1980

i ' Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, November 6, 1980 Editorials Reduced NT parking Beginning Friday, parking on Avenue C from Eagle Drive to Hickory Street will be eliminated after a deci- sion by the Denton City Council last week. Parking will be allowed in the parking spaces on the west side of Avenue C between Eagle Drive and Maple Street. The purpose of the change was to strengthen pedestrian safety, said Bill Midgett of the Citizens Traffic Safety Support Commission. The city plans to use the space gained to mark a six- foot-wide safety median of buttons and painted white lines in the center of the street and to widen the four existing lanes. The median is designed to give people a place to stand when crossing heavy Avenue C traffic, Midgett said. City officials contend eliminating parking will in- crease visibility and traffic flow. The speed limit will remain 20 mph. However, NT Police Chief Robby Robinson said traffic on Avenue C sometimes travels up to 40 ...

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

Thursday, November 6, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 , { . % K ... t ;• .'li :<-W •' .■.W' - vt w, i Vi>\ ,\n>t .inn I w en r.ssio I I HIUM<\ M iiluriniii I. mum I Til i/i.j (mt'i.t nulli- Flemish artist's engraving of a 16th century printing shop Dallas art museum exhibits Elizabethan England display By I.Al'RA HAYNES Staff Writer "Shakespeare: The Globe and the World," a multi-media exhibition designed to bring to life the world of Elizabethan England in which Wil- liam Shakespeare lived, is on display at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts through Jan. 4. The museum is in Fair Park between Commerce and Second streets on Parry Avenue and is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The traveling exhibition is from the Folger Library in Washington, D. C., which houses a significant collection of Shakespearean works including 79 of 240 known copies of the First Folio. The First Folio, titled "Mr. Wil- liam Shakespeare's Comedi...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 6, 1980 Ballots favor deer symbol Illinois students select state animal CHICAGO (AP)—Despite a write-in campaign for the skunk, the white-tailed deer was the projected winner Tuesday as public school children throughout Il- linois voted Tor an official state animal. An unofficial sampling of votes by The Associated Press gave the deer the early lead in balloting conducted Mon- day and Tuesday. Final results won't be known until late November. The big vote for the deer came as no surprise to 48-year-old Bill Stanton, who distributed 2,000 pieces of campaign literature on the virtues of the skunk. "This time of year the little kids are thinking about Santa's reindeer and this has influenced the vote. I think it's un- fair," said Stanton, who drives a "skunkmobile" The statewide sampling gave the deer 35 percent to 27 percent for its closest challenger, the raccoon. Of 19,192 votes tallied, the deer got 6,658, raccoon 5,313, red fox 3,792...

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

i > Thursday, November 6, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 V/> Baptist official blasts legal bingo Texans approve seven constitutional amendments Photo by MAX STACY IS IT ME?—Sam Fleming, Harling senior, takes in the warm weather as he works on a relief cut self-portrait in front of the Art Building, He was working on the project Wednesday for his Sculpture 321 class. By The Associated Press Although legalized bingo may not lead Texas to the devil, Texans soon will find they made a mistake in ap- proving the consitutional amendment, a Baptist of- ficial predicted Wednesday. The bingo amendment was among seven proposals approved by Texas voters Tuesday. Texans also voted overwhelmingly for automated, off-premise bank teller machines. Two other proposals were defeated. "No, I don't think Texas is going to damnation because of bingo," James Dunn, director of the Christan Life Commission for the Baptist General Convention of Texas, said. "This was a reflection of public naivete o...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 6, 1980 t ■ Th Women fight for shop ownership Union rejects study for establishment of worker business PROVO, Utah (AP)—Three women who lost their jobs when the Barbizon Corp. shut down its lingerie sewing shop here June I are fighting back by trying to set up a worker-owned business. It's a brave story, but not an uncom- mon one in times of recession and layoffs. Three hundred and twenty women were thrown out of work by the shut- down, but what gives this labor tale a twist is that instead of fighting manage- ment, the women find themselves fighting their own union, the Inter- national Ladies Garment Workers. Janice Stringham, 32, Mary Mecham, 44, and Norma Carlson, 50, had worked at Barbizon for a combined total of 45 years when the firm announced it would close its Provo plant. Barbizon President Anthony Ritter blamed the economy, the changing nature of the industry and the need to consolidate operations in the East, where the texti...

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

' t ' > Thursday, November 6, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 4 4. I i ♦ k Photo by TERRY HASKER BIRDWATCHER—Allen senior Alisa Serur prepares to hit a birdie. Ms. Serur is enrolled in a badminton class that meets in the PE Building. Mean Green spirit needs boos Lack of home games discourages fan, student interest liy KIKk (OUCH Daily Reporter "Let's give a cheer for North Texas State, cheer for the green and white,. . So goes the first line of the NT fight song. How many times have you heard it? Not many, probably. There has only been one Eagle home football game so far this year, and there was a severe lack of school spirit shown by NT fans at that game. School spirit is a great thing to have. I think Tea-sippers (UT-Austin fans) overdo the school spirit a little bit; all of their rah-rah grates on my nerves. But as the old saying goes, you can never have too much of a good thing. I would much rather be at UT's end of the extreme than at NT's. Naturally, people would say it's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY SWITCH WAY IS UP?—Stuart Anderson and Erich Knapper grapple in the NT Wrestling Club's practice. The club will compete In its first tournament of the year today and Friday in San Marcos. Wrestlers to open season The NT Wrestling Team will open its season today in a tournament in San Marcos. Injuries and conflicting schedules have depleted the traveling squad. Bob Maughan, wrestling coach, said. However, he said he is not concerned about the team's shortcomings. "It is an individual tournament and leam standings will not be counted," Maughan said The total number of take-downs will determine the winners. Two of NT's top wrestlers will not travel to the tournament. David Traver, defending state champion in the 134- pound weight class, will be student- teaching, and Mitch Downey, who missed last year because of a knee injury, has a kidney infection. Of the wrestlers who will make the trip, Maughan said Stuart Anderson and Stephen Ru...

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

•' \ i The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 40 Voters registered through SA encounter troubles B> KAREN BALL Stuff Writer Four Denton County election judges said Thursday that names of about 120 students who said they registered to vote at a Student Association table during fall class registration did not appear on voter registration lists for Tuesday's election. AT LEAST one student was not per- mitted to vote after officials could not verify her registration, however most of the students were allowed to vote after signing affidavits swearing, they had registered. Rome Johnston, election chairman for Precinct 4M's polling place, the University Ministry Center, estimated 100 of about 135 voters who signed af- fidavits said they had registered at the SA table. Gladys Burstis was election chairman for the polling place for Precinct IJ at the Trinity Presbyterian Church on Bell Avenue. She said about five NT student...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, November 7, 1980 Editorials Jewish settlements The promise of peace negotiations in the Middle East was threatened last week after the World Zionist Organization executed plans to surround the Arab towns of Nablus and Jericho with Jewish settlements. Israeli families were moved into two new settle- ments, Vered Jericho and Chomesh, in the occupied West Bank, a disputed area that was captured from Jordan in the 1967 Six-Day War. The settlements violate agreements of the Camp David summit conference between President Carter, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. At the conference Israel signed "A Framework for a Peace in the Middle East" treaty, promising not to build any new Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Israel has broken that agreement. The provisions of the framework were designed to permit a resolution of the Palestinian issue by 1983 — a five-year transition period that Israel and Egypt agr...

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

Friday, November 7, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 I Students play in Expose IV By MARIF. JACKSON Daily Reporter Expose IV, an ensemble concert of contemporary music, will be presented at 8 p.m. Monday in the Main Auditorium. The concert is the fourth presentation of a series that began in the spring of 1979. It is the only series of concerts organized by a student for the purpose of presenting new compositions to the public, Tim Kloth, organizer and direc- tor of the series, said. Dr. Thomas Clark of the School of Music helped organize the program. Clark is the director of the New Music Performance Lab. "Contemporary music is an ex- ploration," Dr. Clark said, "There are particular characteristics of contem- porary music that are prominent — the virtuosity of the performer because con- temporary music is more complex than traditional music, and the dramatic sometimes theatrical aspect." Kloth said variety of music is impor- tant. "We try to get diverse pieces for each concert," ...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 7, 1980 Education specialist discusses symptoms of venereal disease By TAMMY BROOKS Daily Reporter Students on campus should be aware of the dangers of venereal disease, how to recognize the symptoms and how they should be treated, Kitty Maus, health education specialist at the Stu- dent Health Center, said. VD screening is done in the Health Center daily. The center administers tests for gonorrhea, syphilis and herpes, Mrs. Maus said. Gonorrhea is the most common of the veneral diseases and is caused by the gonococcus organism. WHEN GONORRHEA afflicts men, the first symptom is usually a burning pain when urinating, accompanied by a discharge This occurs from two to six days after contact with the infected person, she said. A woman who has gonorrhea rarely notices any symptoms. In some cases, she may experience a burning sensation when urinating. She is more likely to be unaware of her infection. Thus the infec- tion is likely to progres...

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

Friday, November 7, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGF '3 I t * K * 4 • Tower expects Senate chairmanship DALLAS (AP) — Still smiling over itunning Republican victories in the general election, U.S. Sen. John Tower said Thursday the GOP will push for tax incentives, reduced government regula- tion and lower interest rates to induce economic recovery. Tower, who will be the second- ranking Republican when the new Senate convenes in January, is in line to assume the chairmanship of the Senate Armed Services Committee next January. He said he foresees a pay-and- benefits raise for servicemen and a return to the negotiating table for revised arms limitation talks with the Soviet Union. According to normal Senate procedures, Tower said, Sen. John Sten- nis, D-Miss., will be bumped from the chairmanship when the present Democrat-controlled Senate is reorganized with a GOP majority. But Tower's staff apparently was sure their boss would take over the top com- mittee post. A sign proclaiming "...

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

"" I PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 7, 1980 Open food cafes improve service Three years ago, NT food service director Rachel Mays decided to open the five dormitory cafeterias all day in- stead of only during certain hours. It was a decision she does not regret. "My business manager literally blanched at the thought," she said. "He imagined students coming in the cafeterias in locust-like hordes munching their way through the profits, but, actually the budget has been relatively unaffected. Students used to rush to the cafeterias and eat all they could. Now, they seem to eat smaller meals but more of them," she said. NT was among the first universities in the country to start this policy. On week- days, the cafeterias open at 7 a.m. and close at 6:35 p.m. Mrs. Mays estimated about 3,500 students per day eat in the dorm cafeterias at a total cost of $2 mil- lion per year, or about $1.50 per person each day. "An advantage of this system is that the workers don't have th...

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

' 1 Triday, November 7, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Taiwan roster gives Blakeley 'problems7 Taiwan's national basketball team will play its second game on its American tour against the NT men's squad at 7:30 p.m. in the Coliseum Saturday. The exhibition match will give the roundballers their first test of the season. NT head coach Bill Blakeley said he has had some problems getting ready for the game, though. "Taiwan sent us a roster but I couldn't pronounce the names. They also had all the heights listed in centimeters, but I couldn't figure out how tall they were because I flunked math." "There was one guy listed that was 200 centimeters tall. I thought he was as big as a building. Turned out he was 6 feet 7 inches tall," Blakeley said. Blakeley said, "I expect them to have a real experienced team because they work out all year around. Taiwan is not like Red China. They will have a good club with good shooters and good ball handlers. It should be a real test for us. "It will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 November 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 7, 1980 m Us m Nationally-ranked kickers host Longhorns; await bid Photo by TERRY HASKER Forward Greg Reding heads in a goal against St. Mary's University The NT soccer team will meet UT- Austin in its last game of the regular season at 2 p.m. Saturday at Fouts Field. "Since it is our last game of the season, 1 would really like to have a good crowd," NT soccer coach Richard Lowe said. Currently ranked 10th nationally in the Soccer America Poll, NT has an 11-2 record and a four-game winning streak. UT-Austin, which is a club team, is 10-1-2 for the season. The teams have played two common opponents this season, with NT holding the scoring advantage. NT shut out TCU and St. Mary's University, 5-0 and 7-0 respectively. The Longhorns tied TCU and lost to St. Mary's, 1-0. NT has dominated the series, winning every game between the schools since it began in 1973. Last year, they won in Austin, 3-0. "They have a respectable team," Lowe said. "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

< to The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 41 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY HIGH ANXIETY—Billy Don Hardaway, Lubbock junior, competes for the ball with Chi-Meng Chung of Taiwan The Eagles hosted a team from Nationalist China Is an exhibition game Saturday. NT won the game 93-79. The next home basketball game will be Nov. 29 against Texas Lutheran College. Algerians receive U.S. answer on Iranian hostage release terms ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Deputy Secretary of State Warren Christopher on Monday turned over to Algeria's foreign minister the formal American reply to Iran's conditions for the release of the 52 hostages. U.S. officials in Washington characterized the message as "positive." The American reply was kept secret, but the Washington officials said the diplomats were carrying a pledge of non- intervention in Iran's internal affairs along with an explanation of the dif- ficulties in meeting other terms. In Iran,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 11, 1980 Editorials Vote for abolishment Students will go to the polls today for the second time in eight days and will consider 44 candidates for 21 Student Association positions, 17 at large and four dormitory seats. If voter turnout for the last three SA elections is an accurate barometer of interest in the student govern- ment organization, then turnout should hit an all-time low. The spring 1979 turnout was 1,703; the fall 1979 turnout was 1,679; and the spring 1980 turnout was 1,495. Over the same period, enrollment has increased from 15,981 in the spring 1979 semester to 17,158 this semester. The SA, which is supposed to represent students to the administration, does not represent all the students attending NT. It represents only the 10 percent minority that does vote in the elections. This is by no means a mandate from NT students. Rather, the fact that 90 percent do not participate in the SA through its twice annual ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

Tuesday, November 11, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY Lola lets Antipholus have it in NT's version of "A Comedy of Errors" TWU Renaissance festival revives period achievements > MARC I ROBERTS Daily Reporter A Renaissance Festival, a revival of intellectual and artistic achievement, is on this week at TWU. Its purpose is to "introduce people of the area to the Renaissance period in England with concentrations on Shakespeare, Lee Wedesweiler, TWLJ graduate student said. Activities through the week include stage perfor- mances by visiting actors, Shakespearean films, a Shakespearean poetry reading, exhibits and lectures. The festival will end with a banquet Friday night. Actors will give performances at 8 p.m. today and 8:15 Friday. Megan Cole, Sandy McCallum, David Darlow, Sarah-Jane Gwillim and Philip Kerr arc the performers. The group is from ACTFR, the Association for Creative Theater Education and Research of the University of California at Santa Bar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 11, 1980 Ti i I $ Determination prevails over disease Wheelchair, voice box help student overcome barriers Isabella Chang plans to teach deaf children By BARBARA CORDAY Daily Writer She rides an electric wheelchair to get from one end of the campus to the other. She speaks only with great difficulty and is often misunderstood. Her muscles deteriorate more each year, and she has been fighting disease all her life. Isabella Chang, 30-year old Hong Kong junior, has had cerebral palsy since birth. Last year, her doctors found a thickening in her spine they classified as muscular dystrophy. Miss Chang, a psychology major, has attended NT for four years and plans to teach deaf children after she graduates. "I've tried to disuade her from wanting to teach and so has the Texas Rehabilitation Center, but she is still determined," Barbara Jungjohan, as- sociate dean of students, said. Miss Chang said she went back to McQueen writes of life in 196...

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