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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1981

I 1 < ■ « Thursday, January 22,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 \ 4 • MS3BCSBM ■Kl u 1 ;1 c ■jew as Photo by ERIC GAY SIGN OF THE TIMES—Freshmen Greg Reding, Hapton, Va.; Thomas Martin, Fort Worth; Keith Stone, Pampa; Steven Sikes, McAllen; and Swan Aziz, Barker; display a sign outside a Kendall Hall stairway window. The sign was made by David Shurtleff, Richardson sophomore, Tuesday night after the hostages were released from Iran, Stone said. Faculty committees argue voting groups Continued front Pane I If adopted, the amendment would affect each voting group except group eight, the School of M usic. Group one would be the depart- ments of art, foreign languages, philosophy and speech communica- tion and drama. (iroup two would be Willis Library, the School of Library and Information Sciences and the depart- ments of English and journalism. Group three would be composed of the departments of biology, chemistry, computer sciences, geography, mathematics and physics. Group four ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1981

' J PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, January 22.1981 a growing Experience.. 9\ A -a. ^ v Gain Knowledge That Can't Be Found In Any Book. Join the Union Program Council. Cinema Committee Publicity Committee Concert Committee Fine Arts Committee Forum Committee Travel & Recreation Committee Special Events Committee C/> That's Entertainment... v AVESTA Hours: 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (Monday-Friday) SYNDICATE Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Fri. 9:00 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Sat. 2:00 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Video Games Pool Tables Ping Pong Pinball Games LYCEUM Showtimes: 7:00-9:30 p.m. Admission: $1.00 with student I.D. TELEVISION ROOM 1st & 4th Floor of Union TICKET OFFICE Hours: Tues., Thurs., Fri., 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Mon., Wed., 10:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m. o o o. * 1 Delicious. e / *Come Experience the RBI- New and Exciting Dinner Menu. Rock Bottom Lounge Hot Sandwiches —BarBQ Beef —Turkey —Ham —Pastrami Pizza—thick of thin crust French Bread Pizza Dinner Special Fried Chicken, Mex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1981

Thursday, January 22,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 : ^1 , 4 v. . 1 >, V < 1 ■ „ 'J'." m 1 r -• i *• .. -V Photo by MAX STACY LET IT FLY—Maria Bamford, Dallas freshman, sets her eyes on the basket as she lets go a free throw attempt in the Intramural free throw contest. S/xers earn title The Sixers, who won the pre- holiday basketball tournament last semester, took first place in the Intramural free throw contest Tues- day in the PE Building Gym. Danny Baird, a member of the Sixers, won another T-shirt by winning the men's individual title. Baird, David Wallach of Sigma Phi Epsilon and Dave Hatchett of Crumley Hall each hit 22 of 25 free throws to tie for the lead. Baird won the runoff against Wallach as Hatchett left before the runoff. The Sixers had a team total of 62 points, which was made up of the top three scores. Besides Baird's 22, Scott Kbers made 21 and Jeff Howard made 19. Pi Kappa Alpha and Lambda Chi Alpha tied for second in the team division with 58 points, bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 January 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Delonte Taylor takes a break from the action Coaching change hinders recruiting > KKVIN "I)OC" SHAY Stuff Writer With the sudden coaching change from Jerry Moore to Bob Tyler between semesters, a major problem concerning the NT football program is recruiting. "This coaching change comes at a bad time since most schools are well into their recruiting stages," acting Athletic Director Andy Everest said. "It's going to affect us because of the timing. These past two weeks were a very important time for recruiting." IA I N WITH the coaching change, NT's recruiting program has not gone completely downhill. Bob Pietrosky, who was a part-time assistant coach last fall, has been the man whom the recruiting burden has fallen on during the past two weeks. "It's been pretty hectic," he said. "I haven't been able to make as much per- sonal contact with the players as I would like to. It's been a tough few weeks." Pietrosky, who helped coach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 58 * Jury breaks deadlock, finds Williams guilty By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Writer After almost 17 hours of deliberation Thursday, a jury of 10 women and two men found Terry Wayne Williams guilty of murdering NT run- ningback Bernard Jackson. The jury, which has been sequestered since Tues- day, will spend the night in a motel and decide Wil- liams' punishment at 9 a.m. today. He faces a max- imum sentence of five to 99 years in prison and a fine of $10,000. Jackson was shot and killed Sept. 12 after a struggle with Williams in the Mean Green Inn parking lot. Samuel Ricky Crochett, who supplied the gun Williams used to shoot Jackson, was con- victed of murder Dec. 10 and sentenced to 20 years in prison. During Crochett's trial, Crochett testified that he and Williams had seen Jackson in the Mean Green Inn after Jackson had been thrown out for stealing tips. A fight then began between ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, January 23,1981 Editorials State salary increase Difficulty in attracting and retaining state employees has prompted Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby to ask the state Senate Finance Committee to recommend to the Legislature a bill that would grant 6.8 percent emergency pay raises to all state employees. The raises are needed desperately to dampen the effects of infla- tion on paychecks. The bill, introduced by Sen. Lloyd Doggett, D- Austin, is the first major legislation considered by either house in the current session and also includes a minimum pay increase of $50 a month for state employees. Supporters of the bill include state Comptroller Bob Bullock and officials of the Texas Public Employees Association. Gov. Bill Clements designated the proposed pay in- crease an emergency measure Monday, making the pay increase effective Feb. 1. Clements, however, favors a 3.4 percent pay raise. A 30 percent emergency increase is being pushed by the NT cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

Friday, January 23, 1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 xFor Colored Girls' finds rainbows in complex lives Stage West production describes feelings of today's troubled black women By JULIE JEROME Staff Writer "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf," a collec- tion of poems spoken to acting, music, song and dance, is being presented at Stage West theater in Fort Worth through Feb. 21. The "choreopoem," written by Ntozake Shange, explores the experiences of the black woman in America. The presentation began in San Francisco simply as poetry readings with jazz music in the background. The group then moved to New York where "For Colored Girls" became a theatrical piece. A Broadway hit in 1976, the "choreopoem" has proven to be one of the hottest properties on today's legitimate stage. STAGE WEST'S presentation is trying to re- tain the atmosphere of the smoky bar in San Francisco with a small simple black stage of wood. Directed by Jerry Russell, the cast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

iiMxtfi-Lj'j-: h PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, January 23,1981 Millionaire Davis xfinds God;' lets author Cochran feel at ease Economist predicts Chrysler will fail Hy JAMES KAt FMANN Staff VV riler Sintc millionaire T. Cullen Davis has "found God," writer Mike Cochran, author of "Texas vs. Davis," is feeling more at ease. Mike Cochran During Cochran's lecture to jour- nalism students Wednesday in General Acadcmic Building 114, one student asked if Davis had applied any pressure to delay or prohibit publication. He replied, "No, I never had any trouble. Cullen allegedly has found God, and that makes me feel better." Cochran, an NT graduate, was in- troduced to the audience by former jour- nalism department chairman C.E. Shuford, now a professor emeritus. "There is no higher tribute for me than to have 'Pop' Shuford come here today. When I came to NT, I was con- vinced I was the finest journalist in all Texas, maybe even the country. I was in 'Pop's' feature writing class, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

Friday, January 23,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 t « Hostages' release wakes silent bells By RAKKAKA (ORI)RAY Staff Writer The bells in the Administration Building clock tower rang Tuesday for the first time in six years to help spread the news of the release of the 52 American hostages and perhaps renew interest in installing a new carillon, Robert Rogers of the music faculty said. "We got a call from Al Hurley (vice president of administrative affairs) about 11:40 a.m. and he asked if we could get it to play," Rogers said. "We got it to play one note (middle C) and played it for 30 minutes." The bells have been moved three times since being installed in 1958 on the Ad- ministration Building's first floor. The years' wear and the moving ended their regular playing days. "It used to peal the Westminister Chorus on the hour," Rogers said. "It would play concerts, it would play (the music of) special groups on campus, and when we would win an important foot- ball game or something...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, January 23,1981 NT Daily wins first as best college paper By I I URN IIASM R Daily Reporter The North Texas Daily won first place in the Curtis D. MacDougall Best Col- lege Newspaper Division, a national competition. Dr Richard Wells of the journalism faculty, adviser to The Daily, was notified of the award by Robert A. Juran of the Newspaper Editorial Workshop Services in Lutz, Ha. The workshop presented The Daily with the award for general excellence in the daily division of the competition based on editions of college newspapers from last spring. Peggy Hendricks of Orange was editor of The Daily that semester and Frederick Welk was managing editor. Miss Hendricks graduated from NT with a B.A. in journalism in May and now works as a reporter for the Orange Leader. Dr. Wells said, "This can be added to the Ail-American rating we were awarded last spring. I think it clearly demonstrates the kind of quality news- paper that The Daily is. "We place...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

Friday, January 23, 1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Healthy grapplers head for Lubbock By ROBIN ISAACS Daily Reporter Returning from a semester cluttered by injuries, the NT wrestling club is back in shape, Bob Maughan, head wrestling coach, said. The wrestling team will travel to Lub- bock this weekend to participate in a tournament against Texas Tech, Richland Junior College, UT-EI Paso, New Mexico Highlands from Las Vegas, N.M., and LeTourneau University from Longview. "Due to the lack of a practice room, we will probably be very rusty this weekend," Maughan said. "The guys are all out of shape from the holidays, and we have not had much time to prepare." Maughan said Richland and LeTourneau are better conditioned and have more depth than NT does for this tournament. But, Texas Tech is about in the same shape we are, he said. "Highlands will be the class of the tournament. They are a vasity scholarship team." Traveling to Lubbock to compete for NT will be Joe Marshall, 134-poun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 January 1981

PAGE 8- THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, January 23,1981 Baylor clubs women, while men slip past Tech t Bears hold hot hand in victory Mean Green kill SWC 1giants' Hv DAVID BARBER Staff Writer Trailing by two points at halftime, the Baylor Bears hit 50 percent from the floor in the second half for a 74-64 women's basketball victory over NT Thursday in the Coliseum. The loss dropped NT's record to 7-12 for the season. Baylor's Debbie Polk led all scorers with 22 points as she connected on 11 of 19 shots from the floor. Other Baylor players scoring in double figures were Jackie Valentine with 17 and JoAnn Lefridge with 10. Polk and Valentine paced the Bears under the basket as well as in scoring. Valentine, a center, and Polk, a forward, took over the offensive and defensive boards, nearly shutting off NT's inside scoring attack in the second half. Diane Williams led the Mean Green in scoring with 19 points, followed by J'Lynne Johnston with 12 points. Williams and Jackie Rieter of Baylo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 59 h Carillon honors former hostag NT joins in city-county celebration for freed Americans By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Writer The carillon in the Administration Building tower rang for 15 minutes Monday to mark the end of the celebration in Denton of the release of the 52 Americans held hostage by Iran for 444 days. The celebration began at noon with prayers and music at the First United Methodist Church, 201 S. Locust St., and moved to the Courthouse Square for a symbolic tying of yellow ribbons to trees. About 250 people attended the ceremony at the First United Methodist Church. Those gathered prayed for the hostages and joined in a singing tribute to the hostages through songs ranging in theme from religious to patriotic, in- cluding "My Country Tis of Thee." The NT brass choir accompanied organist Dale Peters of the music faculty and choir members from several Denton churches in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, January 27, 1981 Ti si th P< th Editorials Agreement obligations American hostility toward reported mistreatment of the 52 Americans held hostage by Iran should not sway the U.S. government's decision to uphold the hostage agreement. Tales of torture and cruelty are being told of the Ira- nian militants, including stories of mental and physical abuse to the hostages. Because of reports of such inhumane treatment of the hostages, many Americans think the U.S. govern- ment should break its agreement with Iran. The United States, under the terms of the agree- ment, is obligated: • To release the remaining $4 billion of the frozen Iranian assets in the United States. Part of the money would go to Iran, the rest would go to an international claims commission. • To freeze assets of the late shah of Iran that are in the United States. • To ask federal courts to nullify 388 lawsuits filed against Iran by U.S. banks, corporations and in- di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

Tuesday, January 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Handbook explains how to succeed in prep world By JAMF.S KAUFMANN Staff Writer Preppy. What is this preppy enigma that is suddenly finding a resurgence of popularity? What is this symbol of status that many desire, yet prefer to appear casual about the whole idea? What is preppy? Are you preppy material? Can you spot a preppy? Lisa Birnbach's incisive "The Official Preppy Handbook" provides all the answers. But first, to see if you really need "The Official Preppy Handbook," take the following quiz and sec if you, whether a prep, psuedo-prep or prep enthusiast, really need Miss Birnbach's guide. Get a No. 2 Eberhard Faber yellow pcncil sharpened, kick off your loafers, sit at a table and begin. 1. Biff is interested in having sexual in- tercourse (Preps do not use slang con- cerning copulation). He is on the prowl and searches for a girl ideally named: A. Buffy. B. Missy. C. Jane. D. Bootsi. 2. Kip has had too much to drink. Bink...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

■ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Gift dances Tuesday, January 27,1981 \ bellygram' for birthday NEWBURGH, Ind. (AP)—Sara Slack wanted to make her father's 70th birthday something he would remember a long time. So she did — with a belly dancer. But it took a barrage of long distance phone calls and finally some hectic checking around by a close friend to ac- complish her goal. Jack McCauley was treated to a "bel- lygram" delivered in the person of Lisa Kloc last week at his Newburgh home. "My Lord, it was unbelievable," said McCauley of the singing message and belly dance delivered by the 24-year-old Mrs. Kloc. "I'm still in a state of shock. "The doorbell rang, and here was this lovely young lady with a belly dancing costume on, singing 'Happy Birthday," McCauley said. "She did a nice little dance. She had a beautiful costume on which I think was quite authentic. I've seem some belly dancers in various places around the country, and I think she was highly-qualified." It took a lot of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

Tuesday, January 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Director seeks applicants for Miss Texas Pageant By BARBARA ( ORI)RAY Staff Writer Joe Renelli, area director for the Miss Texas Pageant, will explain how to enter the 1981 Miss Texas Pageant at a question-and-answer session from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday in University Union Q. The Miss Texas Pageant, sponsored by Miss Texas-USA Inc., will be held in August in El Paso, Texas. "A lot of women have wondered how to enter, what is involved, etc., and this gives them the chance to find out," Renelli said. "Women (at the session) can come and go as they please. I'll have informa- tion forms, pictures, applications and other information available at the ses- sion." THE SESSION gives women the op- portunity to bypass local pageants by al- lowing them to go through a selection process that screens applicants from dif- ferent areas of Texas. Renelli will be screening applicants in Dallas, Fort Worth and Denton. After Renelli receives ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Mail causes problems in other pla Compiled from staff and wire reports Even though mail rates in the United States may go up, the U.S. mail is doing better than some countries. Canada has lower rates than the United States, but poor mail service is the No. I complaint of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, which has 42,000 members. Great Britain's mail system, which traditionally has had twice-a-day ser- vice, is now once-a-day in some areas and does not deliver every day in others. In Italy, the postal service often is cal- led chaotic, and private couriers are popular because letters often take a month to be delivered. Postal rates for first-class mail may go up from 15 cents to 20 cents a letter, if a Postal Service request is approved. The rate request is before the Postal Rate Commission, an independent govern- ment agency that decides on requests for higher mail rates. A decision must be made by the com- mission by Feb. 20. o Tuesday, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

Tuesday, January 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Woman netter tries to comeback I Bv ROBIN ISAACS Daily Reporter NT women's tennis player Robin Hoipkemier is on the comeback trail. After being away from tennis for a year, the former I979 NT star is all set to tear up the courts this spring. "I am really looking forward to play- ing tennis again," said the Dallas junior, who transferred to NT two years ago from the University of Dallas but sat out last year due to a stomach virus. Hoipkemier, who played on NT's No. I doubles team and was ranked No. I in the state in doubles in 1979, has been athletically inclined all her life but has only played tennis for seven years. In 1974, she was coached by former tennis pro Walter Senior. Hoipkemier was offered scholarships from UT-Austin and the University of Oklahoma after being graduated from high school, but chose the University of Dallas instead. After her first semester at Dallas, the entire athletic program was dropped, and the 5-7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 January 1981

JSfKf PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, January 27,1981 Men lose in overtime Last-minute manic foils NT at line %r By STEVE WILSON Staff W riter That old home magic failed NT as the Golden Eagles of Southern Mississippi outscored the Mean Green 10-4 in over- time for a 72-66 win in the Colesium Saturday night. It may be fate or just the law of averages that caused NT's first loss in seven games decided by five points or less. Or it could be poor free-throw shooting that dropped the Mean Green's home record to 7-2. A crowd of 3,900 witnessed NT storm back from a 39-29 halftime deficit to take a 62-60 lead with 2:48 to play. Then the guardian angel who guided NT to close wins over UT-Austin and Texas Tech earlier in the week flew the coop, leaving the Mean Green cold and empty of game-winning shots. "We did what we had to to get back in the game," NT assistant coach Jim Gales said. "But when we had a chance to win it, we just quit playing the type of ball we played in the second h...

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