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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

I The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 60 Senate to vote on panel, regard reorganization By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Writer The Faculty Senate will meet at 2 p.m. today in the Forum Room of the Speech Building to vote on nominations to the steering comniiitce that will study NT President Frank Vandiver's proposed reorganization plan. The senate's Committee on Commit- tees met for three hours Tuesday and nominated 10 people who, if confirmed by the senate, will comprise half of the steering committee. The Faculty Senate also will consider in the special session a proposal for a faculty referendum on a method of studying Dr. Vandiver's proposed reorganization of NT into in- terdisciplinary centers. The 10 nominated for membership to the steering committee are Dr. Solveig Olsen of the foreign languages and literature faculty, Dr. Robert Stevens of the English faculty, Dr. John Neuberger of the mathematics faculty, Dr. Wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, January 28,1981 Editorials NT reorganization The Faculty Senate will appoint today 10 members to the steering committee that is to study President Frank Vandiver's proposed reorganization plan to restructure NT's col- leges into interdisciplinary centers. The senate appointments is the first step in drafting a plan for submission Feb. 20 to the Board of Regents. However, the steering committee, which will include 10 members appointed by Vice President for Academic Affairs Howard Smith, will be on a tight schedule during the next three weeks, examining Dr. Vandiver's proposals for 12 interdisciplinary educational centers and restructuring the administrative organization. During this period of evaluation, the com- mittee should examine not only Dr. Van- diver's proposal to completely restructure the university, but also take into consideration proposals short of a total reorganization. The committee needs first to determine whether to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

Wednesday, January 28,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 xGyrofancy' blends arts, music in Saturday night performance Photo by ERIC GAY TRYING OUT—Cathy Richards, Dallas graduate stu- dent, performs for the Opryland audition team. The in- strumentalists who auditioned were required to sight- read. The audition team was in the University Union Monday to audition instrumentalists, and later in Dallas to audition signers and technicians. "Gyrofancy," an exposition of the arts and music, will be held from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the Rock Bot- tom Lounge. The producers of "Gyrofancy" changed its location from the University Union Golden Eagle Suite to make the production more ac- cessible to students. The Union Program Council and Raul Villanueva and Mark Nonmacher, Hickory Street Art Productions owners, collaborated to direct the show and in- tegrate the various art forms. The show is a tapestry of different media. The band Atomic Antmen will begin show and then fade in and out be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, January 28,1981 Senate OKs 6.8 percent pay increase AUSTIN (AP) — Texas senators pas- sed the 67th Legislature's first bill Mon- day, a 6.8 percent emergency pay raise for state employees. The measure calls for a minimum SSO monthly raise for employees in the lower pay ranks. Sen. Carl Parker, D-Port Arthur, said, "The state has become a training ground for private industry just because we have chiseled a little bit here and there from our state employees." If the measure can be pushed through the House this week in time for the Feb. I payroll, the total cost until the state's next business period begins Aug 31 would be$l 10.3 million. Efforts backed mainly by Senate Republicans to cut the pay raise to S.l percent at a cost of S96.3 million failed 20-7. Sen. John Leedom, R-Dallas, and others argued that Gov. Bill Clements, who originally proposed a 3.4 percent raise, would be more likely to accept the 5.1 percent. IS Pholo by ERIC GAY PAPER CH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

Wednesday, January 28,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY- ^ 4 Shows highlight black art Emphasis month features drama, music Photo by MARK WILLIAMS THE FUTURE BECKONS—Michel Little, Fort Worth sophomore, discusses a career with Bob Duncan of Halliburton Services of Oklahoma. She was one of the 2,500 students that participated In Career Day In the Silver Eagle Suite Tuesday. Career Day offers an op- portunity for students to meet with representatives of various companies and discuss job requirements and possible openings. The Fifth Annual NT Black Arts Ex- position will feature competitive perfor- mances in dance, drama, vocal and in- strumental music beginning next week. NT students are scheduled to perform each Tuesday and Wednesday in February as part of the Fifth Annual NT Hlack Arts Exposition, held in conjunc- tion with Black Emphasis Month. The performances begin at 11 a.m. in the University Union courtyard and continue through the afternoon, Other competitions related to Black Emphas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, January 28,1981 m Dealer scrapes living from junk, discards Photo by MAX STACY "Worthless" items appear in all shapes ... Courts let Krishnas seek public donations By KIRK COUCH Daily Reporter The U.S. Supreme Court probably wilt not rule until fall on whether members of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness have the right to walk freely at state fairs and solicit con- tributions, Dallas attorney John Jordan, representing the Krishnas, said. The court is considering an appeal from the Minnesota state attorney general's office, stemming from a 1977 court ruling on a Minnesota state fair policy that confined the Hare Krishnas to a specific area on the fairgrounds. The Krishnas challenged the policy in court and won. THE ATTORNEY general's office re- quested permission to appeal the ruling and now must state its position in a legal brief. The Krishnas also must file a brief, Jordan said. The Supreme Court will decide whether to rule ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

Wednesday, January 28,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 It Netter enters top four South African prepares for Tech tourney By ROBIN ISAAC'S Daily Reporter After ending last season at No. 6, NT men's tennis player Marc Samuels will begin the spring season in the top four. In challenge matches played last weekend, Samuels defeated teammates Gary Coetzee, 7-5, 6-3, and Jimmy Rose, 6-4, 6-0, to gain position in the top four on the team. The sophomore from Johannesburg, South Africa, has played tennis since he was 14 years old. He practiced in Florida with tennis pro Harry Hopman at the Broadmoor Country Club. His high school tennis team went undefeated in his senior year when he played under & M l'wpir ' - . . gjf'i'"1;'"■■ - - " r - ; - . ■fcw tmrnrn Marc Samuels uncorks a forehand smash ALL THE PIZZA AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT 2QQ ■ IhT plus tax Sunday Night Buffet 5:30-8:30 Monday - Friday Buffet 11-2 Tuesday Night Buffet 5:30-8:30 1206 W. Hickory 387-4559 coach Kenny Zoph. While playi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 January 1981

4-j PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Denton shuts out Ruggers 9-0 By STEVE WILSON SUIT Writer One first-time spectator said it looked like men playing tackle the man with the ball. But the game between the Denton Rugby Club and the Bay Area Ruggers Saturday afternoon at Northlakes Park was much more than child's play. Even a red-and-white sticker on the bumper of a player's car stating, "Give Blood, Play Rugby." sounded much too ominous for the playground. Denton won the game 9-0, scoring all its points in the first half. It scored three points on a penalty kick, four points on a try and two points on the conversion. The try occurred when back Lonnie Fox intercepted a Bay Area lateral, spun from the grasp of a would-be tackier and handed off to Brooks Ledford who sped down the left sideline for the score. Kim Turner kicked the conversion for a 9- point Denton lead. Bay Area, a Galveston team, control- led the ball most of the second half. Larger and stronger than Denton, it dominated th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 61 j Faculty Senate names 10 to steering committee By MIKK WIGGINS Staff Writer The Faculty Senate appointed 10 representatives Wednesday to the steer- ing committee that will study NT Presi- dent Frank Vandiver's proposed reorganization plan. The senate waded through two sub- stitute motions and an hour-long debate before voting on the nominees submitted by the Committee on Committees. The 10 are Dr. Solveig Olsen of the foreign languages and literature faculty, Dr. Robert Stevens of the English faculty, Dr. John Neuberger of the mathematics faculty, Dr. William Kam- man of the history faculty, Dr. Michael Walker of the business faculty, Dr. John Richards of the education faculty, Dr. Irma Caton of the health, physical education and recreation faculty, Dr. John Haynie of the music faculty, Dr. J.B. Smallwood of the history faculty and Dr, Clovis Morrisson of the political scie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday,-January 29,1981 Editorial s GTE increase request General Telephone Co. of the Southwest filed a re- quest last week with the Public Utility Commission seeking a $44.6 million annual increase in statewide revenue. If the request is honored, the rate increase will be the second rnultimillion dollar increase GTE has received in five months. GTE was granted $31 million in additional revenue last August. The company originally filed for $58.3 million, but was granted $35 million. The commission levied a $4 million penalty for what one official called ludicrous service. The August increase was effective Oct. 1 and provided the company with a 21 percent across-the- board increase and an average increase of 14 percent on monthly residential rates. The proposed increase would affect residential and business telephone rates in 29 communities in North Texas, including Denton, Lewisville, Piano, Carrollton, Irving and Garland. Monthly rates are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

Thursday, January 29,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 kU.'-m, #* . • . x Altered States' displays visual fantasies Film creates hallucinogenic aura William Hurt experiences 'Altered States' By JAMES KAUFMANN Staff writer Mother to child: "Don't do that." Child to mother: "Why not?" Mother to child: "Because I said so." "Altered States" restates much of the unsubstantiated reasoning of a mother's "because I said so" logic. As viewers, it is not for us to ques- tion the proceedings of the film, but to accept. Even to the most doubting and wary, director Ken Russell's masterful display of visual and audio manipula- tion is so commanding and intriguing his audience is eventually as trusting and unquestioning of the film's thematic implications as a child satisfied with his mother's "because I said so" reasoning. The film boasts tne thought- provoking intelligentsia of "2001," the suspense of "Alien," the romance of "Love Story" and the ludicrous tedium of "Trog," a 1970 Grade Z primal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, January 29,1981 Clinic seeks to remove stress habits ByTRACEY BUSB1CE Dally Reporter Dr. Howard Hughes of the psy- chology faculty and David Spurgin, Car- rollton graduate student, are performing a biofeedback clinic designed to teach people how to relax under stressful con- ditions. The relaxation training consists of monitoring muscle tension and learning how much stress a person can take before a certain amount of tension builds. The first meeting is a pretest to see if the muscle tension is high enough to use the subject. If a person passes the first test, there are three more sessions. The next session puts the subject un- i . jiress. This session consists of mild ei^ctric shocks. "The shock seems to scare people the most, but through this stressful situation, relaxation can be learned," Spurgin said. The next session has the person relax by a means already known to him. The last session deals with another stressful situation — a number of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

Thursday, January 29,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 V p Photo by TERRY HASKER One out of every 10 people in the United States suffers from alcoholism Detoxification cleans body Alcoholics deny disease By HAKHARA ( ORDRAY Staff Writer One out of every 10 Americans is an alcoholic, and for each alco- holic who gets treatment, 24 peo- ple die in alcohol-related incidents, said Dan Overpeck, registered nurse in Westgate Hospital's alcoholic recovery unit. The increasing mobility, affluence and sophistication of society and the easy accessibility of alcohol are prin- cipal reasons for an increasing con- sumption of alcohol, Overpeck said. "AT ONE time, alcoholism was considered a moral problem, a problem with will power. It is a social problem, or rather, a problem of society, but it is also a disease and should be treated as such. "There is a simple guideline (for diagnosing a person as an alcoholic). If drinking begins causing problems, like when someone is habitually late for work ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, January 29, 1981 Th Children play economic games Exchange City simulates difficult business conditions KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — It's tough turning a profit in these hard economic times. Just ask I0-year-old Keith Jacobs. "Business is pretty lousy," moaned Jacobs, the recent proprietor of an Ex- change City jewelry shop. "We're lower- ing prices, and I guess we're going to have to do some advertising on the radio. I'm worried about the bank loan." The picture was even bleaker at James' Gaines, just across Town Square. Business there was so bad that owner James Bengal was considering cutting salaries. He owed the bank money and only one game had been sold by midday. Luckily for Jacobs, Bengal and thou- sands of other Kansas City youngsters, Exchange City is just a make-believe town run by kids. There'll be no collec- tion agencies at their heels if debts go unpaid. They'll simply have to try to figure out, along with teachers and class- mates, wha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

Thursday, January 29,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Williams paces women Center blames losses on team's attitude Photo By MAX STACY Seabourne displays correct karate form By LYNN TOWNSEL Daily Reporter Diane Williams, leading rebounder for the women's basketball team, prac- tically grew up with a basketball in her hand. Williams, Metairie, La., sophomore and 6-foot center, is the youngest of seven children and began her basketball career at age 7. A recruit from Dilliard University, Williams said she is a serious basketball player. "I don't believe in hotdogging." Hotdogging is a term used by Williams to describe a good athlete who tends to show off. She said she does not keep up with her per game statistical averages because they are not important to her. "I just want to play a good game. If I have a good shot and I can feel it, I take it." Although she is leading the women's team in rebounds with an average of I0.6 per game and is second in scoring with an average of 13.6 point...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 January 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Talons strive for member unity Spirit organization maintains university, community service Photo by TERRY HASKER Don Pourter, Bret Adams rattle opponents 10% DISCOUNT PRESENT YOUR NTSU ID CARD @ Grgfldys Country CooKirT 808 WEST UNIVERSITY DR AND GET YOUR STUDENT DISCOUNT CARD (Good Monday-Friday Til 5 p.m.) 10% Discount On Any Steak Dinner Or Items 1-12 Discount Good On Regular Prices CLASS ON SALE Give your car or van the class it deserves and save now at Goodyear California Wire by Superior \ European inspired design in triple-plated chrome on steel $5495 $Jj795 Model4070 Size 14x6 AM/FM/FM-Stereo with Cassette or 8-Track Player Fits most cars and trucks installs easily in or under your dash All hardware included YOUR CHOICE Model 1003 R-Track 1004 Cassette CHARGE IT Model4075 Size 15*6 s6995 1 Goodyear C f Cam • Installment Pay Plan • MasterCard • Diners Club Visa • American Eipretn • Carte Blanche good/year service stores Weekdays 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 62 j Pay increase bill may affect service fee allocations By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Writer NT organizations that receive money from student service fees probably will have less money in the 1981-82 year if Gov. Bill Clements signs into law a 5.1 emergency pay raise bill for state employees, NT budget director George Hardin told the Student Service Fee Committee on Thursday. The pay raise would force the Student Service Fee Committee to re-allocate funds to compensate for the increase in salaries, he said. The Student Service Fee committee met Thursday to finalize its recommen- dations on budget requests for student service fees for 1981-82. The committee did not announce any cuts in the re- quested budgets of 23 campus organiza- tions, totaling $1.78 million. University officials have projected that $1.5 million in student service fees will be collected in 1981-82. If that official e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

*s Commentary The North Texas Daily Fi Page 2 Friday, January 30,1981 Editorials Equal regional funding One question facing Congress as it decides how to award federal money to state and local governments is whether to try to balance the economic advantages of the Sun Belt states by spending more money in the Frost Belt states. The Sun Belt includes Southern and Western states, ranging from Florida and Georgia through the Gulf states into California. The Frost Belt includes Midwestern and Northeastern states. A report released this week by the Joint Economic Committee, chaired by Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of Texas, said an attempt to equalize growth rates between the two regions would be futile and wasteful. An equalization attempt on a large scale, involving such vast and vague regions, could only further com- plicate the already muddled process of distributing federal money. The report said the equalization goal would require such large differences in the distribution of federal aid as t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

Friday, January 30,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 i • i l ' Photo by ERIC GAY SCHMUNK'S SCHOW—Members of the "Rick Schmunk Quartet" per- formed Wednesday for those interested, in the lobby of Bruce Hall. The band consists of Matt Bissonette on bass, Joel Fulgham on drums, Daniel Jordan on tenor saxophone and Rick Schmunk on electric guitar. The four players performed improvisation tunes and songs from "The Real Book." Bands periodically play in Bruce Hall lobby during dinner time Gospel saxophonist plays Sunday show Gospel saxophonist Dr. Vernard Johnson will open Black Emphasis Month at NT with a free gospel concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in The Lyceum. The Collegiate Choir of St. Andrew's Church of God in Christ in Denton will be appearing with Dr. Johnson. Ten NT students sing with the 50- member choir that has been featured at the national convention of the Church of God in Christ. It has performed many times with Dr. Johnson throughout the Metroplex. Dr. Johnson was the first blac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

. PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 5-year-old dies after beating; bureaucracy buries abuse case QUINCY, III. (AP) — Alan Madden was pummeled for four hours, at times with fists, at times with a wooden club wrapped with gauze, before he died. He was 5 years old. Police found his frail body on the liv- ing room floor, his blond hair red with blood and his hands bruised from trying to deflect the blows. "Probably he did something an average little kid does, write on the wall or something. That's all it takes," said a former social worker, who asked that her name not be used. She said she had urged that the shy kindergartner not be returned home because she feared "there's going to be a dead kid." MADDEN DIED Jan. 10. His mother and a boyfriend are charged with murder. But since his death, talk has centered not so much on those who may have killed him, but on those who did not. • The uncle who now says he would have told anybody about the bruises he saw, but nobody asked. • The school princ...

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