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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

r Tuesday, November 11, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 inspire Awakening' Election jolt startles slumbering state Democratic party AUSTIN (AP)—Nov. 4, 1980, may go down in political history ai the great awakening of the Texas Democratic Party. Since the surprise election of Republican Gov. Bill Clements in 1978, it has been a,common practice for Democratic party leaders to end their comments with "when we get rid of Clements in 1982." There has been some new thinking since last Tuesday. Clements' chances of being re- elected to another four-year term soared spectacularly with his enthusiastic and aggressive leadership of Ronald Reagan's cam- paign in Texas. And apparently a second term is on Clements' mind. On ellection night, he stressed to reporters he would not "under any circumstances take any job in Wash- ington. Friends such as Vice President- elect George Bush, an adopted Tex- an, and Sen. John Tower, R-Texas, probable next chairman of the powerful Senate Armed Services Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY me-auc Tuesday, November 11, 1980 Tue faces mm WASHINGTON (AP)—Congress is returning to town this week for the first lame-duck session in a presiden- tial election year in 32 years, giving Democrats thrown out of office the chance for a last stand. But whether they will be able to ac- complish anything before being inun- dated by the tidal wave sweeping Republicans into Congress in early January is uncertain. Congress returns to town on Wednesday in the first such post- election session since 1948, when Democratic President Harry S. Truman, newly elected to a full four- year term summoned a reluctant "do- nothing" GOP-controlled Congress back to town. But Congress recessed without acting on any of the legislation Truman requested. A test of whether the 1980 lame- duck Congress will be any more productive may come on the proposed $39 billion tax-cut bill be- ing pushed by congressional Republicans—with the blessings of President-elect Ronald Reagan. An immediate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

Tuesday, November 11, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 I B 1 $ Photos By BARBARA BARKLEY Michael Taylor (left) battles Hsu Jung-Chun while Delonte Taylor lays one up NT cagers bomb Taiwan The NT men's basketball team defeated Nationalist China 93-79 Saturday night in the Coliseum. Going into Saturday night's game with the Taiwan, NT Basketball Coach Bill Blakeley said he did not know what to expect. Confusing as the international rules were to a young NT team, Blakeley may have found two hot shooters in David Vasher and Delonte Taylor. Vasher scored 24 points, shooting 12 for 19 from the floor, and Taylor hit for 23 points and grabbed six rebounds. After the game Blakeley said NT was confused but despite the confu- sion looked well in spots. "It was playing international rules that kept us confused. We didn't go over any of the rules except for the shot clock. It's just one game and we have 27 more," Blakeley said. NT used 12 players in the game and Blakeley said that will probably...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1980

' f PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 11, 1980 Soccer team beats Texas 3-1, boosts NCAA playoff chances By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter The NT soccer team is among eight teams that were nominated Monday as possible recipients of wild-card positions in the NCAA soccer playoffs. Of the eight, four will be selected by a national playoff selection committee Nov. 17 as wild-card teams. NT was nominated following its 3-1 win over UT-Austin Saturday. A regional selection committee ranked NT third behind St. Louis University and SMU. St. Louis and SMU are assured playoff positions, but NT must be selected as a wild-card team by the national selection committee to go to the playoffs. One wild-card team is nominated from each of the eight regions in the country. Frank Lukacs, member of the regional selection committee, said, "We picked NT over Air Force, which was picked fourth, because NT had a better record than them and NT had beaten In- diana University and had come close to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

'I The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 42 House committee passes limits on federal budget WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Budget Committee ignored Republican protests Tuesday and passed a binding federal budget ceiling that would obligate President-elect Ronald Reagan to cut federal spending by 2 percent. The resolution, which would affect all federal spending except that for defense, was sent to the full House for a vote dur- ing the lame-duck session that begins to- day. Democrats answered criticism by say- ing they were just giving the incoming president an opportunity to fulfill cam- paign pledges. "Mr. Reagan has said that a 2 percent cut can be made in 1981 solely through the elimination of — and I quote — 'waste, extravagance, abuse and out- right fraud'," said Rep. Robert N. Giaimo, D-Conn., the committee chairman who offered the plan. The 2 percent cut was added to a resolution setting a binding federal bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 12, 1980 Editonals Nuclear arms treaty violation Pakistan's construction of a nuclear device that some sources say could be detonated as early as 1981 illustrates the enormous difficulty faced in trying to stop the proliferation of nuclear weapons and the availability of technology for those who wish to produce weapons. Although production of a nuclear bomb is a direct violation of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty that Pakistan signed in 1968, Pakistan's government continues to develop nuclear weaponry while insisting any ad- vances are to be used for peaceful purposes. However, British Broadcasting Corp. films show that the Moslem nation is operating a uranium enrichment plant that would produce weapons-grade nuclear fuel. Pakistan was able to circumvent the conditions of the nonproliferation treaty by wheeling and dealing, by industrial espionage and by collusion between international businessmen. French government officials ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

Wednesday, November 12, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 L • t f. j ' ' - ^ J® Performers sparkle in ^Elephant Man' John Hurt soars in portrayal of deformed character John Hurt as "The Elephant Man" By JAMES KAUFMANN Staff Writer Though the subject matter of "The Elephant Man" may suggest to some a cinematic circus of sensationalism, the film is, contrarily, a remarkably straight- forward, and compassionate study of a man victimized by an incongruity of nature and human injustice. The film is overall a factual and direct chronicle of the life of John Merrick, a man of Victorian England whose physical deformities, the sight of which inspired shrieks of repulsion by those brave enough to venture a peek, earned him the label on the freak show circuit as "The Elephant Man." At circus side shows he is deemed in- human, a monster, and is accorded out- rageous, yet predictable, cruelty by both those who capitalize on his handicaps and those who come to gape. The notoriety surrounding the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 12, 1980 t Photo by MAX STACY BOOMING SOUND—The Ken Boome Trio, featuring Boome, Boorville, N. Y. senior, on piano; Chris Clarke, Palmdale, Calif, senior, on bass; and Warren White, Laurel. Miss, senior, on drums, plays jazz In the One O'Clock Lounge in the University Union. The trio per- formed on Monday. Man says free-wing turbine provides electricity source SALT LAKE CITY (AP)—Laird Gogins has not re-invented the windmill. He said he wouldn't want to. What Gogins has developed is a dif- ferent sort of contraption to harness the wind's power, and he claims it could eventually provide all U.S. electric power needs. The 57-year-old, Salt Lake City inven- tor said the windmill is a feeble device compared to his "free-wing turbine"—a machine which he claims in 12 years' time could provide all the electric power now consumed in the United States. That's a bold claim, but Gogins scrib- bles mathematical equations on his chalkborad to show...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

Wednesday, November 12, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 i I • * Possible revolt generates tax talk Texas House Study Group urges property tax reform AUSTIN (AP) — A researcher for Texas House members predicts the 1981 Legislature must make changes in the new property tax law or a tax revolt similar to California's Proposi- tion 13 is likely in Texas. A report of the House Study Group — an unofficial research group supported by some House members but with no connections with any state or legislative body — issued a long report Monday designed to guide House members in their debate during the 1981 session. The report has not been presented to or acted on by any state or legisla- tive body. The House Study Group is headed by Rep. John Bryant, D- Dallas, a candidate for speaker in 1981. "Rising residential property values and taxes may be leading Texas toward a California-type property tax revolt," said the report written by Dan Brody, research director. "The relief provided (by legis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

' I • PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 12, 1980 * . Election displays switch to right By R. DANIEL Daily Reporter C'AVAZOS The election of Ronald Reagan as president and the Republican gains in Congress has led many people to believe the political pendulum has switched to conservatism. The conservative mood that caused these changes had been "building up for a long time," Zack Harwell, president of the Denton County College Republicans, said. "People are tired of liberals throwing money away," Harwell said. He called Reagan's surprise landslide victory "a deep reflection of frustration at the Carter administration." A Denton Republican precinct chairwoman, who asked not to be iden- tified, said "Americans came out of the woodworks to demand fiscal respon- sibility and a stop in deficit spending. "People want to go back to the free enterprise system. We've seen that you can't successfully create jobs from the government sector." DENTON DEOMOCRATS, though stunned by th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

ft Wednesday, November 12, 1980 Oskam gets kicks from soccer career By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter Soccer is the major sport in Holland and that is one of the reasons why Felix Oskam, Netherlands senior, will not return after he completes his education at NT. Oskam, center fullback on the soccer team, said he wants to eventually coach college or high school soccer. "It has always been my dream to play professional soccer," Oskam said. "But if I'm not drafted, it won't be that big of a disappointment since coaching is my ultimate goal. I want to coach here, because there are fewer coaches in the United States than Holland. Also, soc- cer is just getting started here, and in Holland it is firmly established." OSKAM BEGAN playing soccer on a competitive level at the age of eight. Since sports are not offered in Holland's schools, he joined a soccer club. The clubs, he said, provide the organization for nationwide amateur soccer in Hol- land. Oskam competed for the club, ad- vancing to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 November 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 12, 1980 Diamonds hope to sparkle V Dallas cagers to open season in Chicago rnilfH inrhc« lull f:in r>l v forward or guard. and "ii ■?' > •; — m Photo By TERRY HASKER UP, UP AND AWAY—Bartlesville senior Phil Froelhich sets up the ball. Froelhlch plays for Devastation in the men's intramural leagues Consistent Bruce moves into second Consistent play by Brucc Hall helped the co- recreational volleyball team to its first three-garr.e sweep Monday night, Doug Forrer, Bruce Hall team manager, said. Bruce Hall defeated McConnell Red 12-8, 12-5, 15-5. The team is tied for second place with Kappa Alpha. "The tendency is for Bruce Hall to win the first game and lose the next two in a match," Forrer said. In Men's League games, Devastation beat the Chuggers, and Campus Crusade defeated the BSU by forfeit. Phi Chi Theta beat the Kerr Rowdies by forfeit. Sparks kick Rowdies The Clark Sparks rallied in the second half of their intramural soc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

■ r The North Texas Daily INAUGURATION INAUGURATION 64TH YEAR NO. 43 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1980 'Lame-duck' Congress refuses to consider tax cut WASHINGTON (AP) — The outgoing Democratic-controlled 96th Congress, embark- ing on a final "lame-duck" session, junked plans Wednesday for consideration of a tax cut backed by President-elect Ronald Reagan. Senate Democrats voted overwhelmingly against even bringing the tax cut bill to the floor — a measure House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill announced President Carter was prepared to veto if it reached his desk. Leaders promised that the session — the first post-election meeting of Congress in a presiden- tial election year in 32 years — would be brief, with a shortened agenda. Although congressional Republicans were still pressing for enactment of a tax cut this year, the proposal was virtually buried — at least un- til 1981 —when Senate Democrats voted in a closed-door caucus against bringing it t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, November 13, 1980 Editorials More than an apple A $784 million pay raise proposed by the Texas Classroom Teachers Association last week calls for a 33 percent salary increase over the next two years, off- setting a growing crisis in attracting and retaining qualified instructors. The proposed pay raise, the same percentage asked for by the Texas State Teachers Association, is a neces- sary move in order for teachers' salaries to keep up with inflation. TSTA is asking for $ 1.1 billion. If granted, the proposal would increase Texas teacher salaries 10 percent a year and encourage teachers to stay in classroom instruction rather than moving into related fields. In the past five years, many college graduates with education degrees have gone into fields other than teaching because salaries arc low. Hardest hit by the teacher shortage have been industrial arts and the sciences. Teachers trained in these fields have found they can make mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Thursday, November 13, 1980 ** ' Piguet Trio performs baroque, classical music in series concert today Michel Piguet on recorder By CHRISTIE LEGG Daily Reporter The Michel Piguet Trio, a baroque ensemble, will perform at 8:15 p.m. today in the Recital Hall of the Music Building. It is the second in the NT Fine Arts Series. Piguet has devoted his professional life since 1964 to the authentic performance of Renaissance, baroque and classical music. He is a faculty member at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland, where he teaches oboe and recorder. BESIDES TOURING Europe, Piguet has performed at the Smithsonian Institu- tion and as a featured soloist with the Aston Magna Foundation for Music at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. English harpsichordist Colin Tilney studied music and languages at Cambridge University. He has performed throughout the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States in public performances and radio broadcasts. Violist Mary Springfels, a former mem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Learning program combines job, class By SHERRY CARR Daily Reporter Cooperative education combines classroom theory with off-campus learn- ing experiences that are valuable to stu- dents, employers, the university and the community, Janie Lewis, associate direc- tor of cooperative education, said. The goal of cooperative education is to give the student the best working ex- perience, while fulfilling the employer's needs, Miss Lewis said. In the program, a student works full- or part-time at a paid position arranged between the student and the cooperative education office, she said. Students are matched with jobs and periodically visited by professors or co-op staff members. It is even possible for students already employed to join co-op educa- tion if their current position meets co-op standards. Co-op education has three job plans which students can choose to work from, Miss Lewis said. The alternating program requires a student to work one full semeste...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Thursday, November 13, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 N I ► A ■ # <• Ex-Texas official considers 1982 gubernatorial bid WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic National Committee Chairman John White said Wednesday he planned to decide in the next few months whether to run for governor of Texas in 1982. "It's too early," he said when asked if the decision had been made yet. "I have not discussed it in depth with enough people to see if there's any real support there." White was the longtime Texas agriculture commissioner before moving to Washington to take a post in the Carter administration and then moving over to the Democratic National Com- mittee. In an interview with The Associated Press, White said his decision about a gubernatorial race "obviously has to be made in the next few months." He said he had not planned to con- tinue as the party's committee chairman whatever the outcome of the November election had been, but he would stay if the Democrats could not reach a con- sensus ab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 13, 1980 Philosophy society to hold meeting B> M1KK HEVEY Daily Reporter The 42nd annual meeting of the Southwestern Philosophical Society will be today through Saturday at NT. Dr. Herbert Spiegelberg of Washington University in St. Louis will deliver the keynote speech titled "Move- ments in Philosophy: The Phenomological Example" at 7:30 p.m. today in the Silver Eagle Suite. "Dr. Spiegelberg is pre-eminent, very well-respected and internationally known," Dr. Max Oelschlaeger, chairman of the philosophy department, said. "Phenomonology is the attempt to discover essences or truth that is un- tainted by relativity or doubt." The society is dedicated to philosophical inquiry and perpetuation of philosophical knowledge, Dr. Oelschlaeger said. Interested students can register for the three-day meetings in The Lyceum lobby of the University Union from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to noon Fri- day. Dr. Joe Barnhart, philosopy f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

I. ! Thursday, November 13. 1980 Scribe picks best female athlete Achievements, attitude make Evert-Lloyd top tennis player By KIKK COUCH Daily Reporter Chris Evert-Lloyd. The name simply rolls off the tongue, with the grace and elegance Evert-Lloyd herself has displayed over the years. In my mind, Evert-Lloyd is un- doubtedly the top female athlete of the I970's, maybe even the top female athlete of all time. Here's a partial ac- count of her achievements in the past eight years: • Major titles she has captured in- clude: two Wimbledons, five U.S. Opens, four French, three Italian, four Virginia Slims circuit titles, and six U.S. Clay Courts Championships. • Evert-Lloyd has won 101 profes- sional tournaments. • She was the first female tennis player to win more than one million dol- lars in prize money. But above all, Evert-Lloyd is the ultimate example of good sports- manship, on the tennis court and off. She is graceful and generous in victory, gracious and stoic in defeat. Evert...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

■ v ... mgmmmm i PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 13, 1980 ; VTYIttXZ ■ : i ' ' k a Photo by MARK WILLIAMS J'Lynrie Johnston shoots over Becky Sparks COPIES COPIES COPIES COPIES • Per Original • 81/2 x 11 — 20# white bond • Black Ink 50 copies 100 copies -53* -78* 28 Persistent turnovers crumble Eagles' hopes of filling potential By JERRY PRICKETT Stiff Writer By now, the NT football coaches should have figured out the problems with the team. Looking at all of the wins and all of the losses, one major factor stands out. The team has too many turnovers to win against good teams, and has so many it is tough for NT to beat the average teams. Sportscope NT has not been blown out by any team this season, but at times, such as against Brigham Young University and SMU, it has come pretty close. The reason why? Against BYU, three quick turnovers in the first quarter and the score was 21-0. If the game had started later, the score would have been NT 23, BYU 20, which would hav...

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