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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

I « r f i % * ) • •4 I I Friday, January 30,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Classes feature puppetry, sandal making, woodwork Puppetry, sandal making and woodwork are some of the courses scheduled to begin Monday, offered by the NT Arts and Crafts Center, manager Dottie Johanson said Thursday. "I like to call the classes 'Hands- On Experience' because the people actually do the work," Mrs. Johanson said. "When an instructor just tells people how to do something (and the people taking the class do not actually do any work themselves) then the class is for the birds." The classes are small (a maximum of 10 people in each) to remain in- dividualized. Simple techniques are used for the projects so students can continue their projects at home, she said. "Once they have a basic knowledge (of how to do the project) they can go home and work on it. We use tech- niques which cost very little." The course lasts five weeks, and a second session will be offered in March. In the puppetry class...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

1 "ffljjftjy * \'t i \ -V. J? , i'■■' ' ■•■■' ' ; ' PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Career Day extends into graduate studies By PATT1 KF.RUTIS Daily Reporter Representatives from NT graduate schools will present available graduate programs to students at the first NT Graduate and Professional School Day Feb. 4. As an extension of the annually- sponsored Career Day, the NT Graduate and Professional School day will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Golden Eagle Suite in the Univer- sity Union. The Career Planning and Placement Office and NT graduate schools have worked together to make interested stu- dents aware of available graduate programs. Besides NT's graduate programs, 15 other programs will be presented by representatives from the American Graduate School of International Management, Creighton University's Health Sciences, Oklahoma City University's School of Law and other graduate programs from Texas, Oklahoma and Mississippi. John Brooks of the Career Planning and Plac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

« 'ft r . Friday, January 30,1981 Hicks quarterbacks Mean Green with passing, agressive defense By DAVID BAKBKR Daily Reporter The point guard in basketball acts as the quarterback on the team, coor- dinating the offense, handling the ball, leading the fast break and passing to the open man. Pat Hicks is the quarterback on the NT men's basketball team. Scoring is not the point guard's responsibility, excluding rare occasions. Assists, to the point guard, mean as much to him as double figures satisfy the scorers on the team. He prefers a well- placed pass over a 20-foot jump shot, anytime, except of course, if it is the game-tying or game-winning shot. If you can remember NT's overtime defeat of UT-Austin last season in the Coliseum, then you are familiar with Hick's 30-foot shot that ripped through the net at the buzzer and sent the game into overtime. "My role on the club is not scoring. I am supposed to pass the ball to the open man and help execute our offense," Hicks said. Altho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 January 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Sportscope Blakeley fights winning craze, stresses fun, run-and-gun style By KEVIN"DOC"SHAY Staff Writer When the late Green Bay Packer football coach Vince Lombardi coined the phrase "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing," he said a mouthful. NT men's basketball coach Bill Blakeley has coached at just about every level from high school to pro and knows that no matter how funny or nice a guy he is, there is always that chance that he could be looking for a job elsewhere if his team fails to produce in the win column. "WINNING is important," said the sixth-year coach who carries a 100-54 NT record into a Saturday night contest against Hardin- Simmons University in Abilene. "If it wasn't, there wouldn't be any need to keep score." And it's important for another reason that seems to govern sports these days: money. The bottom line in running an athletic team is the need for that root of most evil. Equipment costs, travel costs, food costs, building...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

If The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 63 Fee committee meets in closed session today By BILL BRAUCKMULLER Staff Writer The Student Service Fee Committee will meet in closed session begininng at 2 p.m. today in University Union 4I5 to consider cutting budget requests from 23 campus organizations from $1,788,940.77 to $1.5 million. Committee Chairman Steve Player said Sunday he will close the meeting to the public. Player said he was closing the meeting because he said several commit- tee members did not want it open to the public. "From my point of view, if any of the committee members requested that it be closed, then I will close it." Player refused to name which of the other nine committee members re- quested the meeting be closed, and he refused to say how many members re- quested the closed session. Five committee members reached by telephone Monday said they did not ask Player to close the meeting, and anoth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, February 3,1981 Editorial Open budget meeting The Student Service Fee Committee will meet in closed session at 2 p.m. today in University Union *15 to consider allocating $1.5 million in student monies to 23 campus organizations. Committee Chairman Steve Player said Sunday several of the nine other committee members re- quested he close the meeting. However, Player refused to reveal who requested the meeting be closed to the public or how many members requested the meeting be closed. University Attorney Richard Rafes advised Player last Friday that he could close the meeting to the public under the Texas Open Meetings Act because the committee's purpose is to act as an advisory group to Dean of Students Joe Stewart in budgeting student ser- vice fees. Rafes said the act required five prerequisites for a meeting to be open to the public. First, the group must operate under the executive or legislative department of the state. Second, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

Tuesday, February 3,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY- PAGE 3 l I ♦ ♦ k < «. ' % : i Irk MASTER ARTIST—To open Black Emphasis Month, Dallas painter Nathan Jones conducted a seminar and Is showing his work In The Lyceum through Feb. 6. Jones spoke about his life as an artist, discussed techniques and the business side of an artist's life during the seminar. African artist describes batik technique By ELIZABETH OKENIYI Special Writer There we were, 10,000 miles from home, sitting in my Denton apartment drinking Kenyan tea. My countrywoman, Rashmin Luther, had brought slides of her artwork that we were watching projected on the wall. As Kenyans, we shared a cultural past that make me more able to understand her work. "When I paint," Ms. Luther said, "I paint mostly from memory. My rich ex- periences in Kenya are very precious to * me. I met Ms. Luther last September at an international party. A friend asked me if I had met the Kenyan women on the TWU campus. Foreign students always are try...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 3,1981 I 3 ins y bucking bar bull P SACO, Maine (AP) —The mar- riage of Pamela Kennedy and Scott Chandler is off to a bumpy start. They were married atop a bucking bull. The ceremony took place Saturday on a slowly-bucking mechanical bull at a new country and western bar in Saco where the newly weds work. Miss Kennedy, 32, exchanged vows with Chandler, 22, a blacksmith and horse trainer, before a crowd of about 300 people. The couple wore cowboy hats. Bar owner Philip DeStefano es- corted the bride to the bull as a band played a country-style wedding march. DeStefano said he asked the cou- ple, who had been planning to get hitched for some time, to get married on the bull partly as a publicity stunt. There were three television cameras and IS photographers at the ceremony. The bride, dressed in a cream- colored pants suit, mounted the bucking bull. The lean, dark-haired Chandler sat facing her, a bouquet of yellow roses between them. No...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

1 2 • 4 i 4 4 ♦ Tuesday, February 3,1981 Professor reaps junk mail benefits By MARK WELTON Daily Reporter Junk mail is not a lot or wasted envelopes, paper and postage, at least, not anymore. Direct mail (otherwise known as junk mail) has an annual income of $8 billion and is the third most effective way of selling products to customers, Dr Luther Brock of the business faculty said. Direct mail is the third largest adver- tising medium in the United States. Only television and newspaper advertising reach more consumers, and more people ask to be put on mailing lists than to be taken off. Dr. Brock said HOWEVER, "junque" mail (as Dr. Brock calls it to add class to the term) has been a victim of bad press, he said. "It boils down to a very careful selec- tion of choosing your (business') mailing list," he said. "What's junk to some peo- ple may be helpful to others. You can't sell refrigerators to Eskimos." Dr. Brock has written "junque" mail for 14 years and currently writes columns ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 3,1981 Oil decontrol shows slight rise of reserves Studio 54 owners return to New York HOUSTON (AP)—Oilmen say no quick and dramatic increases in domestic crude oil reserves and produc- tion can be expected from President Ronald Reagan's termination of price controls eight months ahead of schedule. Some oilmen are confident the action, like President Jimmy Carter's phased decontrol actions of I979, will stimulate exploration and encourage development of some production that was marginally economic. Last August, the American Petroleum Institute made a study of early progress made since the 1979 decontrol actions. It reported that gradual decontrol and increased revenues being earned despite the windfall profits tax were encourag- ing expansion of the search for oil and gas. It cited significant increases in capital and exploration budgets, seismic crews and drilling rigs at work and the number of wells completed. The institute said highe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

Tuesday, February 3,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 i : I i < Sports Jerks of the Week This week's Sports Jerks of the Week awards go to The Daily's own version of the Wrong Brothers, the Undynamic Duo and Moonsky and Flutch, Kevin "Doc" Shay and Steve Wilson, for their uncanny abilities at messing up seemingly easy situations and generally causing a public nuisance. Among last week's comedy of errors, the two were responsible for causing NT sports information director Fred Graham to waste precious time and university money in directing a couple of memoradums their way concerning their pick of Jerry Moore as the Sprots Creep award winner two weeks ago and The Daily's reporting of Graham confirming four assistant football coaches including Bill Pietrosky (whom Shay renamed Bob) when he only acknowledged the other three. Graham even directed the memo to Bob Tyler himself and Dr. Dick Wells, The North Texas Daily adviser. Other goofs included publishing an article on the Talons th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1981

>. ■ V.-.•ryr, ~\^rvvn" Tv ■' PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 3,1981 I m ■ - ins Photo By MAX STACY Donna Thomas flies in the long jump Track meet sports "tasteless" hype By KEVIN "DOC SHAY Staff Writer Reunion Mania invaded Dallas Satur- day night, and, though the Dallas Times Herald Invitational track meet may have lived up to its top dog billing with two world records broken and an American record set, the promotion-hype sur- rounding the affair smelled suspiciously more like a celebrated version of the SMU fanatical counterpart and left a slightly sour taste in at least three viewers' taste buds. After fighting through bumper-to- bumper traffic for more than a mile (and that was just on Stemmons Freeway), co-sports editor Steve Wilson hopped a curb enclosing a Reunion Arena parking lot as photographer Max Stacy followed suit. Parking was free anyway, so that semislick maneuver failed to gain much except realign some tires. Then came the sticky part: convincing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 64 ' Biology faculty members await hearing on firings By CAROL RUST Staff Writer Three biology faculty members who were notified Friday their contracts would not be renewed in August 1982 are awaiting a hearing dale for their appeal to the department's Promotion and Tenure Committee. Drs. Umesh Banerjee, Young C. Chen and James Mrotek received termina- tion letters Friday after- noon from Dr. Kenneth Stewart, biology depart- ment chairman. Dr. Dwain Vance, Promotion and Tenure Committee chairman, said the committee will try to schedule the ap- peal hearing Thursday or Friday. The appeals must be heard before the committee sends its recommendations Feb. 9 to Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Jim Pearson. Drs. Banerjee, Chen and Mrotek were among the six biology faculty members who filed grievances with the University Review Commit- tee last summer against Dr. Stewart and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

m Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, February 4,1981 , Editorials State pay increase The Texas Legislature last week com- promised on an emergency pay increase for state employees by approving a 5.1 percent raise with a $50 per month minimum. The increase, which was effective Sunday, is 1.7 percent less than the original 6.8 percent pay increase approved by the Senate. The House approved a 5.1 percent raise with a $75 per month minimum. However, Gov. Bill Clements, who favored a 3.4 percent inrease, said he would veto anything larger than 5.1 percent with a $50 per month minimum. Clements called the agree- ment a proper compromise and said the House and Senate acted just as he said they would. The compromise was a power play by Cle- ments. For the bill to go into effect by the Feb. I emergency deadline, immediate approval by Clements was necessary. Although most members of the Legislature reportedly favored a larger increase, there was not time to over- ride a Clemen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

Wednesday, February 4,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Gaylord, Hughes collaborate on benefit production By JAMES KAIJFMANN Staff Writer Let's put on a show! In the movies whenever the plot turned to fund raising Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland and a bevy of Busby Berkely chorus girls kicked up their heels, cleared out a barn and put on a show that rivaled the best of Ziegfeld. In the NT division of drama when money was needed for a scholarship fund, Dallas Summer Musicals producer Tom Hughes, "The First Lady of Dallas Theater" Martha Gaylord and a bevy of NT students kicked up their heels, cleared off the stage of the University Theater and put on a show that, ac- cording to Dallas Repertory Theater director Ed Delatte, rivaled any profes- sional offering. EIGHT YEARS later the show still goes on with an exclusive non-equity production of Ira Levin's current Broadway thriller, "Deathtrap." The show will be presented at 8 p.m. Thurs- day through Saturday in the University Theater. "The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, February 4,1981 Solidarity indicates weakening of Soviet doctrine, expert says Education secretary scraps bilingual plan By JAMES PEAK Daily Reporter The acceptance or Tree trade unions by the Polish government indicates a weakening of Soviet doctrine and strengthens chances of economic reprisals from the Soviet Union, an NT expert on East European affairs said. Solidarity, a collective body of free trade unions throughout Poland, centers on a program consisting of non- negotiable, political and economic de- mands widely adopted by the labor movement in that country. Rural workers have staged sit-ins and strikes in moves to be recognized as an indepen- dent trade union. Dr. Milan Reban of the political science faculty, an expert on East Euro- pean affairs, expressed skepticism that the agreement reached by the Polish Communist Party and Solidarity to improve the economic situation would proceed anytime soon. He said he feels the Polish economy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

Wednesday, February 4,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 1 SINGING THE BLUES?—Zachary Breaux, Larry Johnson and Conrad Gillenwater perform at the Univer- sity Union inner courtyard as part of the activities of Black Emphasis Month. Each Tuesday and Wednesday during Black Emphasis Month, students will be featured performing various talents such as music and dance in the inner courtyard from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Another activity of Black Emphasis Month will be a panel discussion with Malvin Goode, 7:30 p.m. Monday, University Ministry Center. Ministry sponsors forum Black correspondent to address services By VIC'KIK 1)11BK Daily Reporter As a part of Black Emphasis Month, Malvin Goode, the first black national news correspondent, will speak during an ecumenical service at 11 a.m. Sunday at the University Ministry Center. Goode, formerly of ABC, works at the United Nations with the National Black Network, the Rev Paul Hill said. Hill is a Methodist campus minister for the UMC. Music will be p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY | t r Wednesday, February 4,1981 ■ >. JUIr 77*. •< ': •' f <■ "<i': ;F: V'v ■« (-'.r • x ■ v< , ' > ' t- ■«v i" * -" "V ' ' . - ■ . i ■' 4- l r-' ... v ' • «• C —• • - -J. L> •• • n ,>>• ' • i.;V Single China tourists beware, pack your 1940 dancing shoes SHANGHAI, China (AP) — A few words of advice to anyone traveling alone in China: be patient, be adven- turous and don't forget to pack your 1940s dancing shoes. Because the Chinese prefer tourists to see the country in groups, it's difficult to get an individual travel visa. But the ex- tra red tape to go it alone is worth the wait. While no official figures are available, group tours average about $100 a day per person. But individual tourists can easily get by for about $50 a day, with the added luxury of doing what they want to do when they want to do it. CONSIDER THE luxury of walking along the Great Wall in Peking and hav- ing only Chinese in your pictures, not hordes of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

Wednesday, February 4,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Coach turns losing program into winner Longoria strives for national recognition with tough schedule, good players By ROBIN ISAACS Daily Reporter NT tennis coach A.G. Longoria has been fairly lucky so far in his life. "My first break came in high school (in McAllen) when the coach cut me from the football team," said Longoria, a native San Antonian. "I was already in sixth period, and I would see the guys hitting tennis balls every afternoon. One day I just went up and joined them." So, Longoria joined the team and the coach was so impressed he asked him to represent the school in a meet. "I got hooked. I played my junior and senior years in high school but was not able to get a full scholarship anywhere. So I decided to go to school in my own backyard at Pan American (University in Edinburg)." At the time. Fan American had such star tennis players as Sherwood Stewart and the top juniors from Germany, Switzerland and Chile. In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 February 1981

?" i ' id PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wi* 1 ' ,Jr • Wednesday, February 4,1981 . .. , . ■ : s . 4' r>*y 5 _ . T, Photo By ERIC GAY SPLISH, SPLASH—Wendell Hill, Irving freshman, of Sigma defenders Forest Purser (right), Denton sophomore, during a co-rec innertube water polo prac- matches Sunday in the PE Building pool. The water polo Lambda Chi Alpha attempts to pass away from Kappa sophomore, and Kent Lawson (left), McKinney tice game. Twelve teams participated in the practice consolation tournament begins at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Baseball coach to retire, hopes for winning season NT baseball coach Blanc Bartley said he is looking for his team to improve on last year's 15-30 season as it goes into his second and final year as head coach. Taking over for Bartley at the end of the season will be assistant coach Alan Karl. Bartley said he expects to receive his master's degree in administrative management and will work on getting another job after this season. The club will have 13 pla...

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