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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

A New Decade — 90 Years of History Inauguration/Homecoming supplement to The North Texas Daily President foresees NT as resource By KAREN BALL Staff Writer Frank Everson Vandiver has definite plans for NT and where it will be in 1990, when its centennial birthday is celebrated. Dr. Vandiver will be inaugurated today as NT's 1 Ith president. His inauguration coin- cides with the university's 90th birthday. Dr. Vandiver said although predictions concerning the status of universities in the 1980s are bleak, he does not think the future of higher education will be dismal. "1 think universities are going to be seen increasingly by the general public as resources which are going to be useful in many ways not previously perceived. They will increasingly be seen as cultural centers, not just educational centers," he said. "Just looking at NT and TWU in Denton, consider what cultural resources they offer to this community in music, drama and art as well as library facilities-as sources of in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

H- Page 2—Thursday November 13,1980 Calendar of events Today 8:30- 9:30 a.m. 8:30- 9:30 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11 a.m. Luncheon 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:15 p.m Friday 9 a.m. Noon 3 p.m. 5 p.m 6 p.m. Continental breakfast for del- egates, Physical Education Building Registration for delegates, Physical Education Building Delegates assemble for robing and position assignments Academic procession to Coliseum Inauguration of Frank E. Vandiver, Coliseum Luncheon for delegates and the Official Inaugural Party will immediately follow the Inaugural Ceremony, Silver Eagle Suite in the Union Public reception, Physical Education Building Gala Musical Concert featur- ing The NTSU A Cappela Choir, The Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and The 1 O'Clock Jazz Lab Band, Main Audi- torium Michel Piguet Baroque En- semble, sponsored by the NTSU Fine Arts Committee, Recital Hall, Music Building Registration in the Alumni Center, Alumni Golf Tourna- ment at the NT Golf Course, Campus tours for Golden Eagles Golden...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

H- Thursday November 13,1980—Page 3 Vandiver: Main tradition is to educate Continued from p. 1 tion, calls the "halo effect" of universities' research. The distinction of research gives universities a mark of excellence, Dr. Van- diver said. "I think NT is close enough to being a research university already. It has an excel- lent chance to become one and should. That status, 'research university,' is what adds the OK to call it a university of inter- national repute. It has such a great effect on the self-esteem of the faculty as well as the perceptions of the university in the com- munity and the world. It makes the univer- sity far more effective, it gives it far more impact — impact into the general areas of research and in the minds of the general public. The public seems to feel because it is that important it (the university) has viability." Increasing financial support from the state Legislature will not be easy if enroll- ment is constant, he said. "It (support) must come fr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Page 4—Thursday November 13,1980 Boorstin to give inaugural address Librarian of Congress Daniel J. Boorstin, a prize-winning historian and chronicler of the American experience, is leading a national assemblage of scholars at NT this week for the inauguration of Dr. Frank E. Vandiver. Boorstin, holder of numerous awards in- cluding a I974 Pulitzer Prize for his epic series "The Americans,"will deliver the in- augural address at 11 a.m. today that will highlight the academic celebration. The ceremony will be held in the NT Coliseum. Among Dr. Boorstin's many awards and prizes for his writings are the Bancroft Award in 1959 for his book "The Americans: The Colonial Experience,"and the Pulitzer and Dexter prizes in 1974 for "The Americans: The Democratic Ex- perience." Academicians, administrators and public officials will join NT faculty and staff, alumni, students and friends in at- tending the inaugural events, which will in- clude a day-long series of lectures and other events on ...

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

Thursday November 13, 1980—Page 5 First decade marks growth for TCOM Ten Years ago Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine's first class of 20 students was hearing lectures on one floor of a local hospital and taking anatomy labs in a nearby garage apartment. Today, 343 graduates later, 331 students are being educated in facilities that include an eight-story medical education building, five family practice clinics, seven specialty clinics, two additional leased properties and a pathology building. Construction will begin soon on a second major educational structure. This year the college, one of only 15 osteopathic medical schools in the nation and the only one in Texas, is celebrating its first decade of life and its fifth year as a state-supported institution. TCOM, with a main campus at Camp Bowie and Montgomery, is the realization of a dream begun in 1961 by a group of Texas osteopathic physicians led by Drs. George Luibel, D. D. Beyer and Carl Everett, all of Fort Worth. Support...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Page 6—Thursday November 13, 1980 fH Chronological list of delegates THEN — Students gather outside the North Texas Normal College Building circa 1895. Datr Institution DeleglU Circa 1100 A D. Oxford University, Joseph W. McKnight Circa 1200 A.I) Cambridge University. A Y. (iunter 1410 1636 1701 1740 1746 1754 1766 1769 1770 1776 1780 1785 1787 We're worth the trip. You get a little bit of Italy in everything from our pizza to our lasagne. Luca Pizza uses only pure ingredients CT delivered from New York. Adding just that right touch of seasonings, our dishes are ready in minutes. We'll give you $2.00 off any large Sicilian pizza with coupon. Offer expires Nov. 30. LUCA PIZZA $200 LARGE SICILIAN PIZZA TO GO Golden Triangle Mall 10-9 p.m. 566-6122 One Coupon Per Person Expires Nov. 30 University of St. Andrews. David Allen Harvard University, Leroy J Garrett Yale University, Robert W. Ryan, Jr University of Pennsylvania, Glen L. Taylor Princeton University, Allen Lee Sparkman Columbia...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Thursday November 13, 1980—Page 7 Chronological list of delegates ■•uouwte un Bun. Pet* T Hi lily ofTaus Sys lUnivenly, M. Icstern Sale Un i M<.. i dward( Honk llminlMtitute "f Technology, l « uis s Lyon J YounJ Inivertitv. John K I'urtcr i n .rrl> of Pennsylvania, Robert Schlatroma cfre. FSyd L. Shafer |v (ollcl. Hortense L. Sanger J"Hc(jc.|Jarvin P. Vanden Bosch | fcJcHtdo,Archibai W Roach ikon, Peter H Raven M, Carles H. Samson M llAersiiy System, Frank W. R. Hubert leUniwsity, David Philp •pi Stall University. James M Caldwell ineColfcgc. David Boger I ''HfO, Jo K. Jagoda iMonSitc University, Elliott T Bowers |tv of Sclthern California, John R Hubbard ItyofCiIinccticut, Patricia l.anga Jiniven®, l.arry Kat/en leWordl ollege, Margaret R Palmer |tte I'ruvlrsity, Benedict E. Homer aSAute University, Lorn S. Bortnem 14 "7 T. Flawn s System, E. D. Walker A. Jean Greenlaw e University of Louisiana, Ir SandeLr fity of Aaiona, Arthur l ee Smirl Ir ( ollffl, Elinor Pancoast leikay ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Page 8—Thursday November 13,1980 College officials head delegation to Dr. Vandiver's inauguration A total of 34 presidents and chancellors of colleges and universities throughout Texas and the nation will participate as delegates today in the inauguration of Dr. Frank E. Vandiver as presi- dent of North Texas State University. In addition, Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby will lead a party of state officials and other special guests at the HAPPY 90th ANNIVERSARY NTSU Special Occasions Begin At Tke CtVtfactm 1235 W. Oak 382-0618 Budweiser King of Beers (cans only) $2.09 6/12 oz. $8.29 24/12 oz. Corner Oak & Fry Offer Good Nov. 12-18 Pan's Vinyard 1407 W. Oak 383-2001 Now serving Denton with Pan's Take-Out Shop Full Lunch, Dinner and in between menu We would like to take this opportunity to THANK YOU good folks of Denton for your loyal support. We've had the pleasure of serving the Denton Community for almost 3 years, and look forward to many more. We also invite those who haven't tried us to ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Thursday November 13, 1980—Page 9 Religious ' ;aders to discuss truth, teaching "Seeking the Truth. A Symposium of Religious Perspective of Higher Education," a symposium marking the in- auguration of Dr. Frank E. Vandiver will be conducted from 1:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. today in the Great Hall at the University Ministry Center. Topics in the symposium include: the need to encourage teaching values in higher education, teaching as an honorable profes- sion, the moral responsibility of teachers and students in the teaching and learning process, the search for the truth, the raison d'etre of the university and the relationship between the religious community and un- iversity. Participating in the discussion will be Rabbi Jack Bemporad of Temple Emanu- El in Dallas; Dr. John Deschner, professor of theology at the Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas; Rev. Robert E. Terwillger, bishop suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and Dr. David L. Bales, grad...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Page 1C—Thursday November 13,1980 NT alumnae to discuss work in pediatric surgery Dr. Benjy Brooks, a woman who has ob- tained worldwide recognition in the field of pediatric surgery, will speak to the J. K. G. Silvey Society Saturday as part of NT Homecoming activities. She will speak at 3 p.m. Saturday in General Academic Building 104 on "The Trials and Triumphs of Pediatric Surgery— One Woman's Search for the Grail." Dr. Brooks, chief of the division of pediatric surgery at the UT-Medical School at Houston, is a Distinguished Alumni of NT. Following Dr. Brooks' talk at 3 p.m., the society will have a business meeting, fol- lowed by a reception. The Silvey Society will induct 25 new student members this year. Dr. Brooks received her bachelor's degree from NT in 1938 and her master's degree in 1940. She graduated from the UT- Medical School in Galveston in 1948, and also holds a Distinguished Alumnus Award from there. She was named Woman of the Year in Scotland in 1957, among numer...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Thursday November 13, 1980—Page 11 U « * Play takes Shakespeare to Gold Rush — i Shakespeare's "A Comedy of Errors," featuring a new twist, is showing through Saturday in the University Theater at 8 p.m. Tickets, $2.50, can be reserved by call- ing the box office, 788-2428. Directed by Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton, "A Comedy of Errors" is staged as a musical, set in the 1870 California Gold Rush town of Ephesus. When Dr. Hamilton, who has directed a Shakespearean play annually for almost 20 years at NT, took his "Midsum- mer Night's Dream" to the Globe of the Great Southwest's annual Shakespeare festival in Odessa last spring, he mentioned that he had done "Comedy of Errors" as a musical in 1971. He was promptly invited to N.T.S.U. produce it at the Globe. Financial assistance for the performances was awarded by the Peabody Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Globe Theatre of the Great Southwest. Original music for the production was written in 1971 by a trio of NT mu...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1980

Page 12—Thursday November 13, 1980 The most important new words you'll learn this fall are Golden Triangle Mall. ^Golden Triangle Mall I 35 E and Loop 288 D«n on. Texas n

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

' 4 The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 44 Delegates honor 11 th president at inauguration By BARBARA CORDRAY Daily Reporter In his inaugural speech Thursday, President Frank Vandiver said legislators, foundations, private donors and Congress have questioned the quality of education, making financial and acedmic accountability in univer- sities necessary. Dr. Vandiver was inaugurated in the Coliseum as NT's 11th president. A procession of about 500 people, in- cluding representatives of NT's faculty, administration, student body and delegates from 273 colleges and univer- sities marched to the ceremony. BEFORE HIS speech, Dr. Vandiver was presented with a mace and medal- lion. Dr. Vandiver said people question the amount of money spent on education since World War II. "Scientitsts promise answers to all mysteries and simply find more (mysteries); humanists talk of reason's triumph as chaos marches on; social scien...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, November 14, 1980 # I Editorials Extravagant bonuses While most of the country suffers from a 10-percent inflation rate, the federal government is softening the blow for hundreds of its agencies' top executives with an incentive program that grants bonuses up to 20 per- cent of executives' annual salaries. In compliance with the Civil Service Reform Act, more than 15 federal departments and agencies, in- cluding the State, Interior and Treasury departments, awarded their top executives bonuses as part of a federal program to provide motivation for the 7,000 members of the government's Senior Executive Ser- vice. Congress limited the number of executives eligible for bonuses to 50 percent of a department's or agency's eligible employees. However, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration recently awarded bonuses totaling $1,372 million to 240 of its executives, or 56 percent. NASA insists it is within the law because its 240 awa...

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

I * i > i Friday, November 14, 1980 Writer xeyes' visual music "Eyes," a concert of electronic and in- termedia music by Merrill Ellis of the music faculty, will be performed at 8:15 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, and 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Electronic Music Center. The program consists of "Celebration," commissioned by Baylor University; "Gloria II," for voice, laser and film; "Eyes," an NT premier perfor- mance; and "Fanfare," from "The Great Gift." "Fanfare" will be performed by the University Brass Choir with Dick Clardy of the music faculty as conduc- tor. "Celebration," performed last spring at Baylor University, is to be premiered at NT by Baylor faculty members who will demonstrate laser techniques and voice modification. "Eyes" incorporates film, slides, tape, theatrical lighting and lasers. Ellis said its text is based on original poetry by Dr. Marsu Johnson of the English faculty. The performers of "visual instruments and lighting" will be David Bradfield, Fort Worth graduate ...

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

• # PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 14, 1980 I T Frld Photo by MARILYN COVEY THEY CAME FROM?—Congress Junior High In- dustrial Arts Club members tour the NT Industrial Arts Building. Students from left, Craig Boyle, Whit Blair, Brad Fowler and Paul Bezdek watch Kangvarachit, Bankok, Thailand, graduate student, demonstrate proper welding techniques. Thirty-one students toured the facilities Wednesday in connection with Industrial Arts Education Week. 90-year university history includes six name changes In 1890, Texas Normal College was Joshua Critendon Chilton's dream. Ninety years, six names and 11 presi- dents later, NT is the sixth largest un- iversity in Texas. Chilton came to Denton from Detroit in search of a place to start a school to educate students that wanted to become teachers. Chilton modeled the school after his alma mater, the National Nor- mal University of Lebanon, Ohio. Denton accepted Chilton's idea and built the school on Hickory Street for approxima...

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

I# • Friday, November 14, 1980 4 i 4 I * 4 I Leader warns of overpopulation THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Campus Calendar I < dtn 7am GUIDED TOUR—President Frank Vandiver points out some con- struction to Librarian of Congress Daniel Boorstin during the proces- sion from the PE Building to the Coliseum for the inaugural ceremony. Boorstin, who delivered the Inaugural address, is the win- ner of two Pulitzer Prizes. Photo By FREOERICK WELK Study shows quitters heal easier SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A popula- tion control advocate says the 1980s will see the fastest population growth in history, and the United States' will in- crease at a yearly rate equal to the cur- rent population of Los Angeles. "Next to nuclear war, overpopulation is the worst human disaster," said Werner Fornos, founder of the World Population Institute in Washington, D.C. Fornos, a spokesman for the Popula- tion Action Council, is in San Antonio through Saturday to promote popula- tion control. By the year 2000, Forn...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 14, 1980 c-f h 11 V>A Photo by MARK WILLIAMS SEASONAL CHORES—Steve Foldman, Denton freshman, front, and Rob Hartly, Dallas freshman, rake leaves in front of the Theta Chi frater- nity house as part of their fall pledge duties. Lot to close for construction Parking lot II, on Welch Street between Chestnut and Mulberry streets behind the Speech and Art buildings, will be closed because of construction beginning Monday. The lot will be closed for at least one week. During that time, the parking lot will be coated with a sealer, Capt. Mike Amador of the NT Police Department said. After the sealing, stripes will be painted on the lot. Lot 11 parking decals will be honored on lot 22, the visitor's parking lot near the University Union, Amador said. (f NTSU Division of Drama Presents William Shakespeare's A COMEDY or ERRORS A Musical ^ Adaptation University Theatre November 11-15 8:15 p.m. Reservations 788-2428 NEW! SSALADSY YORK CHEF SALAD ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1980

I r Friday, November 14, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY Lee Clark wrestles with curling bar in preparation for powerlifting meet Coaches examine seniors' football career possibilites By MARK WKI Daily Reporter TON Seven senior offensive players on the Mean Green football team will play their last home game Saturday against Northeast Louisiana University at Fouts Field. The offensive line will be hit the hardest by graduation as four starters and one regular player will graduate. Jim Lemming, Rudy Phillips, James Per- , I ry, Ron Battle and Nick Arizaga are all seniors. Two players from the offensive backfield, quarterback Joe Stevenson and I-back Malcolm Jones will be playing in their last home game. Phillips, 6-3, 226 pound guard, was a walk-on who made the team in I977. Since then Phillips has appeared in 42 games for the Mean Green. NT offensive line coach Rob Best said he thinks Phillips has a good chance to play professional football. "There has been...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 14, 1980 Mean Green faces NE Louisiana for Homecoming at Fouts Field The NT football team will play Northeast Louisiana University to cap off Homecoming at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Fouts Field. This will be the last home game for the seniors on the team. Nov. 22, NT plays its final game of the season in the Orange Bowl against Miami University. The game will be the second ap- pearance for NT at home. The first game was against Southwestern Louisiana Oct. 4 and NT won it 22-20 with a last- second field goal by Whit Smith. NT's two-game winning streak was halted Saturday by Brigham Young University, 41-23. Northeast Louisiana beat Mississippi College 40-22 last week. BYU quarterback Jim McMahon hit 40 of 50 passes for 464 yards against the NT defense. In the first nine minutes of the game, NT fumbled three times and BYU took a 21-0 lead. NT will face another top passer Satur- day in Northeast Louisiana sophomore John Holman. Against Mississip...

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