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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1981

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 65 71 I i ! : Smith names 10 to study proposal Vice President for Academic Affairs Howard Smith appointed Wednesday the final 10 members to the steering committee that will study NT President Frank Vandiver's proposed reorganiza- tion plan. The 10 persons whom Dr. Smith named to the committee are Dr. Grace Chisolm of the education faculty, Vice President for Fiscal Affairs Ed Davis, Dr. Robert CJracy of the chemistry faculty. Vice President for Ad- ministrative Affairs Al Hurley, Director of Libraries Ed Johnson, Dr. Malena Kuss of the music faculty, Graduate Stu- dent Council President Pam Kuzminski, Center for Economic Education Direc- tor Bill Luker, Professional Develop- ment Institute Director Paden Neeley and Student Association President Steve Player. Dr. Vandiver named Dr. Smith to chair the 20-member committee that will devise a preliminary plan to reorganize NT's coll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, February 5,1981 Editorials Federal oil decontrol President Ronald Reagan last week implemented an immediate decontrol of crude oil and gasoline prices that could put as many as 70 small refineries out of business and increase gasoline prices as much as 10 cents per gallon. The decision lifts regulations that were imposed nine years ago by Richard Nixon as part of his wage and price control program. The regulations, which included allocation rules, were put into effect in the wake of the Arab oil em- bargo and were designed fo favor small and indepen- dent oil refiners as a means of ensuring that the major oil companies had competition. About 25 percent of all domestic crude oil and all gasoline and propane were under the price controls. The allocation rules required the major oil com- panies to sell crude oil to the small refiners that cannot get their own supplies. Congress gave the president power to lift the con- trols in 1975, bu...

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

1 Thursday, February 5,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Sojourner Players present Raven Hues, Tones tonight Photo by ERIC GAY Tom Hughes toasts George Wright in 'Deathtrap' By SANDRA LANE Daily Reporter The Sojourner Truth Players, a black drama group from Fort Worth, will present "Raven: Hues and Tones" at 7:30 p.m. today in the University Union Golden Eagle Suite. The group's appearance is sponsored by the Union Program Council as a part of Black Emphasis Month. Erma Lewis, founder and executive producer of the group, said the players' presentation was edited by Charlece Thomas, who combined poetry, music and dance "to tell a brotherhood story." She said the players use these media as a means to illustrate integrity, responsibility and social morals to their audiences. Ms. Lewis said said she believes their performances promote better understanding between people of different cultural backgrounds. The players' headquarters is the Sojourner Truth Cultural Arts Center, which Ms. Le...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 5,1981 *- H 0- * Denton County bucks rise in number of horse thefts By KIRK COUCH Daily Reporter Even though recent cases in Dallas County show a rise of horse thefts, horse thievery is not much of a problem in Denton County, Sheriff Kenneth George said. "Lately, there haven't been any horse thefts. In fact, there haven't been any in several months," George said. Horse thieves are difficult to catch if the horses are taken to slaughter im- mediately and the horses are not missed for several days, he said. "If they (the horses) are missed that same day, it's a little easier. It's just like any other theft, hard to get a handle on." George said one of the more effective methods modern day horse thieves use is to take a stock trailer out to a secluded area during daylight hours and lure a horse into the trailer with a bucket of oats. Another method used is to locate the horse in the daytime, then return at night and steal it. Being a hors...

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

Thursday, Februarys, 1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 * mm ■ Photos by MARK WILLIAMS One of 145 animals picked up in 1981 awaits euthanasia at the shelter Council accepts adoption By BARBARA CORDRAY S(aff Writer Animals impounded by the Animal Control Shelter will be available for adoption in April because of an ordin- ance passed Tuesday by the Denton City Council by a vote of4-2. Since 1977, adoption has been prohibited and all animals picked up by the shelter were destroyed, Lil Davis, supervisor of the control center, said. This year, 104 animals, including domestic and wild animals, have been destroyed, she said. The new ordinance requires a $!0 deposit be paid to adopt a dog or cat from the animal shelter. Before a dog is adopted, a $50 deposit or the cost of im- munization must be paid to a veterinarian to immunize the animal against rabies, distemper, infectious canine hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza and parovious. A cat must be immunized against rabies, distemper, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 5,1981 < l> . m i Workers resort to strike for wages at luxury hotel BLACK AND WHITE—Bill Kilmer, Denton graduate student, looks at a drawing of President John F. Ken- nedy and Dr. Martin Luther King. The drawing and other exhibits of artist Nathan Jones will continue to be shown through today in the University Union Gallery as a part of Black Emphasis Month. Jones is credited with creating "Painting with a Pencil," a technique where graphite has the appearance of paint. Court ruling affects aliens Lawyer says immigrants stereotyped By R. DANIEL CAVAZOS Daily Reporter A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling sanctioned the unequal enforcement of immigration laws for the Spanish- speaking, said Jose Garza, civil rights at- torney for the Mexican-American Legal Defense Education Fund. The court ruled Jan. 21 that police can stop a vehicle when circumstances sug- gest the occupants may be involved in a crime. The ruling stems from a I976 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1981

Thursday, Februarys, 1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 W4MSL 57 receive letters Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Linda Gomez, Corpus Christi sophomore, squeezes off a forehand volley during a practice session NT netter leads women Gomez sees successful future for teom Magicians fall to Alpha Phi By ROBIN ISAAC S Daily Reporter Linda Gomez, Corpus Christi junior, considers herself a charter member of the current NT tennis program. Gomez came to NT at the same time tennis coach A.G. Longoria took over the coaching duties in 1978. She was recruited by former NT coach Terry Cronin, but Cronin left two weeks after she agreed to attend NT. "I knew A.G. already, so when I heard ierrry had quit and he was taking over, I decided to come here anyway," she said. Romantic visions of Wimbledon championships or playing doubles with Jimmy Connors is not what inspired Gomez to borrow a racket and begin playing tennis at the age of 15. "I fell in love with a guy on the tennis team and decided the only way to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 February 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, Februarys, 1981 Coach seeks answers as women continue skid _ .... ... UTA overruns Eagles, 76-64 By LYN TOWNSEL Daily Reporter Holding a 12-point lead for most of the game, the UT-Arlington women's basketball team defeated NT 76-64 Tuesday in the Coliseum, handing the Eagles their sixth straight defeat and 15th in their last 16 games. NT is now 8-I6. UT-Arlington's Julie Coleman led all scorers with 23 points as the Lady Mavs shot 50 percent from the floor as a team, compared to NT's 36 percent. Her team- mate, Carolyn Smith added 18 points. Diane Williams led the Eagles with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Theresa Green and J'Lynne Johnston added 12 and 11 points respectively. NT women's basketball coach Denise Smith blamed the team's loss on poor shooting. In the first half, NT managed only a 28.1 percent shooting average from the field as UT-Arlington took a 37-23 haiftime lead. Smith said the team seemed to have more intensity and enthusiasm in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 February 1981

I* The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. ' ^ day Photo by ERIC GAY PUTTING THE SQUEEZE ON INFLATION—Lyn Braun, an employee of the Financial Aid Office, ties a balloon in the Silver Eagle Suite. She helped decorate the University Union Thursday during Camp Day. Student service fee committee to meet in closed work session By BILL BRAUCKMULLER Staff Writer Dean of Students Joe Stewart said Thursday he doubts the Student Service Fee Committee will finalize its recom- mendations for allocating $ 1.5 million in student service fees to 23 campus organizations when it meets in closed session at 2 p.m. today in University Union 415. Dr. Stewart said the committee probably will need to meet at least twice more before it will have its recommenda- tions ready. "I AM NOT sure they will be able to finish tomorrow," he said. "They've had a few distractions, but I will limit them to no more than two more meetings." The committee mus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 February 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, February 6,1981 Editorials Service fee allocations The Student Service Fee Committee is scheduled to make final recommendations today regarding the al- location of $1.5 million in student service fees to 23 campus organizations. The organizations have requested allocations total- ing $1,788,940.77, making it necessary for the commit- tee to cut the budgets of some of the organizations. The committee met in closed session Tuesday to consider those cuts. These cuts will be made in behalf of NT students, who pay $4 per semester hour in stu- dent service fees, and committee Chairman Steve Player's decision to close the meeting denies students the opportunity to see how their service fees are spent. Closing the meeting also shuts out the 23 organiza- tions whose programs and services could be altered or eliminated as a result of the cuts. By closing its meetings, the committee is violating the spirit of the Texas Open Meetings Act that was ...

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

Friday, February 6,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Oldest NT jazz graduate, Bobby Knight, returns home to teach, compose, perform Photo by MAX STACY Bobby Knight takes an afternoon break By SANDRA I.ANE Daily Reporter Hobby Knight, composer, arranger, conductor and yd/./, musician, has come home to NT to work as staff assistant to Ja/v Coordinator Leon Breeden. A I958 graduate, Knight was the third person to carry a bachelor's degree in ja/v. at NT and at 44 is the oldest living NT jazz program graduate. Knight said he remembers playing for dances each Saturday night at the old Student Union Building with "f-'essor and the Aces," earning SI2 per night. During his student days, he also played for the first commercials and jingles made in recording studios in Dallas. A TROMBONE player. Knight joined Stan Kenton in 1959 and toured with him for 2 I/2 years. He then settled in California for the next 20 years where he worked in the l.os Angeles recording studios with artists such as Qu...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Haven holds mini course about death Friday. Februarys, 1981 1 : f " mm By PAT VAN BlIRKLEO Daily Reporter A minicourse involving an overview of dealing with death and dying will be offered by the Center for Community Services, fromm 7:30 to 9 p.m. beginning Monday in Wooten Hall 312. The four-week course is sponsored by Ann's Haven: Hospice of Denton County. The course will involve background information on hospice. The role of the family, the importance of communica- tion, the spiritual and mental needs of the family, and dying will be discussed. This course is a prerequisite for the spring hospice volunteer training course that begins March 23. Ann's Haven was founded in memory of Ann Lockwood. Mrs. Lock wood was a nurse and the wife of Dr. Robert Lockwood, a Denton physician. Mrs. Lockwood died of cancer three years ago. Many of her friends were in medical fields and provided moral support to her and her husband. Mary Walling, assistant administrator ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 February 1981

Friday, Februarys, 1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Former Miss America reveals personal recipe for contentment By LOUIS MARROQUIN Special Writer Shirley Cothran Barret has her priorities in perspective. Since her reign as Miss America in I975, she got married, earned her doc- torate and had a child. And she is con- tent, giving God credit for her hap- piness. Shirley Jean was born 27 years ago to Mr. and Mrs. James Cothran in Denton. "I grew up in a Christian home," Dr. Barret said. "I was baptized. I ate my oatmeal for breakfast every morning. I made my bed. I did all the right things. I didn't really do anything bad, but there was a void in my life." Then, when she was 14 years old, she accepted Christ into her life at Falls Creek, a Baptist encampment in Oklahoma. Her priorities became God first and herself second. However, that was not always her view, and with school and peer pressure, this perspective would sometimes seemed blurred. "There were times when Shirley Cothran was...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 6,1981 Vsrv few beer drinkers can pass this test. Can you? . .. . - •- ^ /• ■ ••><*••• V :«&y •■i ■' .. •' .py?P .. 'S) If you can taste which beer is which, you know beer every which way. s. sil vA , ,-a mm ' \*< >.VS'K. \' v'J .IIs Three major premium beers have three different tastes. But if you can taste that Bud is Bud, Miller is Miller, and Schlitz is Schlitz —blindfolded — you are probably in the top 10% of expert beer tasters. Like to test your taste? Then, on with your blindfold. / ■■■ • • '. V'' • The Master Brewer decides. The Master Brewer determines how a beer will taste. Brewers are constantly adjusting, experi- menting, improving their beers. For example, Schlitz. Three years ago a MasterBrewercame over to head up Schlitz. For 40 years Frank Sellinger had brewed some of the best beers in America And he came to Schlitz to make his best beer ever. udwe) I The best beer is # i. If wmsm Refreshing Faintly sweet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 February 1981

r* 1 Friday, February 6,1981 Valley foes to meet By DAVID BAKBKR Daily Reporter Two former members of the Missouri Valley Conference will renew their rivalry at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, when the NT men's basketball team hosts the St. Louis University Billikens. This will be the 36th meeting between the two schools. St. Louis holds a commanding lead in the series, 28-7. However, NT won the last meeting, 62- 60, in 1977. The Billikens are led in scoring by 6-2 senior guard David Burns who is averaging 20 points a contest. Burns played on the I976 state 4-A cham- pionship team at Dallas South Oak Cliff High School. He played his first two years of college basketball at Navarro Junior College in Corsicana. The team finished second in the nation his sophomore year. Willie Becton, a 6-7 forward, leads St. Louis University in rebounding with a 7.2 average. Becton is also the second leading scorer for the Billikens at 13.9. Other probable starters for the Billikens are 6-4 forward Darryl Anderso...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 February 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 6,1981 jjte Photo by ERIC GAY GETTING INTO IT—D'ann Duhe, Piano sophomore, tosses up a wooden pin as part of an exercise for her rhythmic gymnastics class, taught by Michelle Hornyak. Hornyak will hold a meeting for those interested in a like club Monday at4:30 p.m. in PE Building 217. Fine Arts 115 N. Elm St. 387-2412 $1°o EVERY TUESDAY Every Day 5:00-5:30 $1.50 Sat.-Sun.—Matinees 1:15-3:20 Nightly 5 30-7:35-9:45 PAUL NEWMAN ED ASNER IN "Fort Apache The Bronx" Town & Country Twin Elm at I 35 392-9393 $-|00 EVERY TUESDAY Starts 7:00 NEWTON-JOHN GENE KELLY A UNIVERSA PICTURE 10EH1 -PLUS- The Promise'' is Jo love each i'jj other forever... *<« Au*fVt RSAi PlCTuRf Screen 2 We Dare You To See BLOOD BEACH -PLUS- YOU LL JUST EAT UP Committee looks for conference Miller cites goal of financially independent programs By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer With financial problems in the NT athletic program abounding, the NT Athletic Committee is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 67 Horn opposes proposal to cut employee holidays By MIKE WIGGINS Starr Writer State Rep. Jim Horn, R-Denton, said Monday he would not favor reducing the number of state holidays for univer- sity and college employees, although he does favor cutting the number of holi- days for other state employees. The Legislative Budget Board recom- mended that state employees' holidays be cut from 18 to nine, an action that would force employees at state colleges and universities to work during Christmas holidays and spring break in March when students are not on campus. "The employees in Denton who work for the universities or the Denton State School are not in the situation to be cut. We have to consider the daily employee, the people who work in the 8-5 clerical jobs," Horn said. "The state has so many employees and so many jobs it would be impossible to make a broad brush and change eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, February 10,1981 Editorials Student convocation President Frank Vandiver will conduct a student convocation today to explain his proposed plan for academic reorganizaion, a plan that will, if implemented, affect all NT students, faculty and staff. The convocation is scheduled for 2 p.m. in the main auditorium in the Auditorium Building. Dr. Vandiver's reorganization plan involves the restructuring of NT's colleges into interdisciplinary centers. Dr. Vandiver introduced the proposal to faculty in a Jan. 5 letter. A 20-member committee composed of 10 appointed and 10 elected members will devise a preliminary plan, using Dr. Vandiver's proposal as a basis. Student Association President Steve Player was ap- pointed student representative to the committee. Stu- dents who wish to make suggestions or comments to the committee should use Player as their voice. The committee is scheduled to present its plan to the NT Board of Regents Feb. 27, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

Tuesday, February 10,1981 Jazz' movie hops to beat of full house By LAQUITA DAVIS Daily Reporter "All That Jazz" became the top box office draw at The Lyceum after it sold out Thursday and Friday nights and was shown Saturday to accommodate the crowd overflow. Kenny Lowe, chairman of the Union Program Council Cinema Committee, estimated 2,00() people saw "All That Jazz" at The Lyceum. "That is more than has seen any other movie in the history of NT. Second is "Halloween," seen by about 1,700 people," he said. "I did not expect it to sell out or I would have scheduled the Saturday night showing," Lowe, Irving junior, said. "People knew this was a good movie." "All That Jazz" was shown in an aesthetics of film class Thursday and has received editing and cinematography awards in addition to receiving 11 Academy Award nominations and four Academy A wards. "It's really nice and beautifully made, but still easy to go in and enjoy," Lowe said. THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ' ''IS /:■'. . .-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

* jr-ty'd ;( A' I I , E ■ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Team looks at doctorate possibilities By LAURA LINCOLN Daily Reporter A state-appointed consulting team is considering approval of a proposed doc- toral program in computer science at NT after reviewing the department Feb. 2. Dr. Jim Poirot, computer sciences chairman, said the proposal was prepared last fall for review by the team that was chosen by the state Consulting Board. Team members are Drs. Juris Hart- mains from Cornell University, Ted Sjoedsma from the University of Iowa and Lee White from Ohio State Univer- sity. OTHEP UNIVERSITIES under review by the team are Texas A&M and University of Texas system schools at Austin, Houston and Dallas. Objectives of the review ate a study of each university's strength of programs and quality of facilities, determination of whether equipment will support a doctoral program and comments from faculty and students of the computer science departments. Dr. Poirot said after the team...

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