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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

Tuesday, February 10,1981 Campus Calendar THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Today 11 a m I p in 2 30 p.m } 30 p.m 4 p.m 7 p.m. 7 K) p.m 7 and «>:30 p.m. \V t'dncsdai } p m Black Arls I xpobtition; University Union, inner courtyard President V indivcr will conduct u student convocation to discuss the proposed administrative reorganiza- tion plan, the convocation will he broadcast on KNTUM8.5 I M. Beta Alpha Psi meeting; speaker will he Dr. M irk Sinclair; topic: "Interviewing Technique*;" Uni- versity I 'nion, lourth floor. Sigma I au Delta meeting; l)r Sale of the I nglish faculty will discuss ( rcative Writing: Auditorium Building, faculty lounge; call Beth Brosles at 387-7456 for more infor- mation S I Shotokan karate and sell defense introductory class, call 3H2-K2*>H for more information. "friends and Lovers I he Black Male female Relationship;" I'oetry and discussion by NT students. Maple Hall "The ( oncept of Death Ihrough the Ages" h> Dr. Ciary Ray Hart; I'lOM Auditorium;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 10,1981 Photo by MAX STACY WHAT'S THE POINT?—Comedian Steve Moore puts on a show at the Rock Bottom Lounge in the University Union. Moore, who runs the "Comedy Shop" in Houston, performed two shows on Thursday night. Ambassador warns on internal clashes NbW YORK (AP) — The United States would have smoother sailing with the Soviet Union if conflicts between the president's national security adviser and the secretary of state were eliminated, Thomas Watson, former U.S. ambas- sador to Russia, said Sunday. Watson said such conflicts during the Carter administration made the Soviet Union jittery. He said the Soviet accusation that United States was not consistent in deal- ing with them has substance. Fine Arts 115 N. Elm St. 387-2412 $•100 w 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 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

Tuesday, February 10, 1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Michael Taylor draws a crowd Eagles turn St. Louis blue, 96-72 Mean Green holds former Dallas high school star to five points By KEVIN " ()( "SIIAV Staff Writer Ever since the NT men's basketball team blew Texas Lutheran out of the Coliseum in this season's opener, head Coach Bill Blakeley had been waiting for an encore. lie got it Saturday night as the Eagles held high-flying St. Louis University guard David Burns to five points en route to a 96-72 laugher in the Coliseum. "It's nice to blow someone out," said Blakeley, whose team raised its record to 13-8. "I've been waiting all year for this. We sure did execute well tonight." I o show how well things were going, NT's play making guard Pat Hicks took a shot from 18 feet out with 6:48 left in the game — and made it. The 6-I sophomore, who scored four points while dealing out eight assists, usually reserves shots from that distance for the final seconds ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 February 1981

' • ' I PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, February 10,1981 ■m xFlre' stops Ihe *Show' in hoop play Intramural basketball, co-rec inner tube water polo and men's and women's racketball doubles dominated the weekend's recreational sports activities. In Sunday's intramural basketball ac- tion in the men's independent league A division, Earth, Wind & Fire beat Show Down 56-42. Dave Ellison, Denton graduate student, led the winners with 14 points. In men's recreational B league action, Hose Monkeys whipped the Mavericks 44-29 with Ron Bishop, Hillsboro senior, scoring 15 points for the winners. In the other recreational league game, the Fighting Irish downed Big Mac 58- 28. Sixth Floor Kerr Fell to Kendall Keg- gers 42-38 in men's residence hall com- petition, while Penthouse slipped by the Blue Demons 37-35. Lee English, Dallas senior, paced Sudden Death with 19 points to a 43-41 victory over Crumley Hall's All That Jazz, while SOB downed the Pro Club 58-41. In women's sorority ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

. The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 68 Students offer mixed views on proposed reorganization By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Writer Students had mixed reactions to NT President Frank Vandiver's proposed reorganization plan after he discussed the plan in a student convoca- tion Tuesday in the Main Auditorium. The proposed plan would restructure NT's colleges and departments into interdisciplinary centers and shift programs toward an inter- national emphasis. "I THINK it is a real good idea to have inter- disciplinary centers," Tim Hamilton, Lyndin freshman, said. "That way students would not have to he so specialized." Tim Skupin, Brownfield freshman, said he thinks Dr. Vandiver's plan to break down the artificial harriers within NT's departments and colleges is a good idea. "Most students do not get the chance to take different courses because they are locked into their majors. We need to try something because it's not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, February 11, 1981 Editorials Crowded jail solution i>MLV Given that the Denton County jail is a substandard anachronism that needs immediate replacement, county commissioners should propose a bond issue to voters for the construction of a new jail with the capacity to house more than 200 inmates. The existing jail is 16 years old and is authorized by the Texas Commission on Jail Standards to hold no more than 41 male prisoners. However, Texas law forces !be jail to hold as many as 52 male prisoners because men awaiting trial on felonv charges or serving sentences for misdemeanor convictions must be con- fined in a county jail. This situation is not expected to correct itself in the immediate future. Justice Department figures for 1980 indicate that Texans are becoming increasingly more violent. In Denton, the number of major crimes in 1980 increased an average of 34 percent from their 1979 levels. Part of the blame can be laid on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

Wednesday, February 11,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Music school excels in reoccreditotion study By LAQUITA DAVIS Daily Reporter NT's School of Music now ranks as one of the leading training institutions in the United States, a report prepared by evaluators from the National Association of Schools of Music- says. After a thorough investigation and evalua- tion, the association reaccredited the School of Music and renewed its association membership. The accreditation is valid for 10 years before the school must be re-evaluated. NT has been a member of the association since 1939. Three evaluators visited NT during the spring of 1980 and talked to students, faculty and administrators. Paul Boylan of the Uni- versity of Michigan, William Kurzban of the Cleveland Institute of Music and Himie Vox- man of the University of Iowa reviewed the un- dergraduate and graduate programs, listened to a special program of recitals and concerts, and studied a 365-page self-survey report dur- ing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

I % PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, February 11,1981 Committee calls for dorm voting changes As part of a plan to reorganize student voting procedures, the Student Associa- tion Voter Reorganization Committee voted last Thursday to recommend that only dormitory residents be allowed to vote for dorm representatives. The committee will make its recom- mendation to the SA on Feb. 25 after visiting TCU and UT-Arlington to observe voting procedures. SA Vice President Mike Player said the committee is discussing the pos- sibility of setting up booths in the dorms and fraternity houses in an effort to get more students involved in student elec- tions. "We need to get more people in- volved, like fraternities and sororities, so we are thinking about changing our elec- tion procedures," Player said. "Right now we are getting constitu- tions from other schools and are looking for options in changing our procedures. "We visited the TCU campus Tuesday and observed the student associatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

I Wednesday, February 11,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 « « % • • « Goode urges racial unity among people By IVEY CAREY Daily Reporter Students of all races must work together or the United States will col- lapse, Malvin Goode, a black journalist and consultant for the United Nations Bureau for the National Black Network, said. During talks at the United Ministry Center Sunday and Monday in honor of Black Emphasis Month, Goode said stu- dents should stop looking at peoples' color and simply work together as brothers. "Young people are the hope of the future. They must not become dis- couraged," he said. "If we are to see the 21 st century, they must not let us down. "If America is to win on the inter- national level, we must stop counting color. We need each other. We need each other, not only in the market place but in humanities as well," Goode said. SPORTS TEAMS are good examples of unity and brotherhood, he said. "The Pittsburgh Steelers are a prime example of this. When I in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, February 11,1981 Dorm gives NT students VD seminar Kerr Hall will sponsor a venereal dis- ease seminar at 7 p.m. Thursday at the NT Health Center. Kitty Maus of the Health Center will lead a discussion, and a Walt Disney movie will be shown on syphilis, gonor- rhea and herpes. "Herpes is the most common of the three diseases and is contagious only when the symptoms are active," Mrs. Maus said. Syphilis and gonorrhea are bacteria, while herpes is a virus. "Syphilis and gonorrhea can be cured by antibiotics while herpes is not curable, only control- led when active," she said. "There has been extensive epidemiological and experimental evidence which indicates that women who are infected with genital herpes run an increased risk of developing cervical cancer. Thus a woman who had an ac- tive herpes infection should have a pap smear done at least annually," Mrs. Maus said. Venereal disease refers to several serious infectious diseases, usually spr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

Wednesday, February 11,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 " r Coaching change Tyler relates athletic program plans, thoughts on conference, financial woes New NT athletic director-head football coach Bob Tyler is not an easy man to track down these days. In his three weeks at NT, he has held meetings with coaches, staff, administrators, players, alumni, stu- dents and other athletic community sup- porters. Daily sports editor Kevin "Doc" Shay talked to Tyler long enough to get some of his future plans for the athletic programs and thoughts on such topics as conference affiliation, department organization and recruiting. DAILY: As you know, the money situation in the NT athletic programs has long been a problem. What plans do you have to help ease this problem? TYLER: That is one of our primary areas of concern. If you look around, nearly every university's athletic depart- ments have these money problems. What I propose to do is tighten up the ship here. We all have to keep a watchfu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 February 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY KA's maul Sigma Nu Nine games were played in intramural basketball Monday, and in the men's fraternity league B, Kappa Alpha eased past Delta Sigma Nu 47-20. Alpha Phi Alpha got by Pi Kappa Alpha 45-39, and Theta Chi manhandled Sigma Nu 46-14. In men's independent league A, Average White Boys defeated The Bums 41-30, High bailers outlasted the Baptist Student Union 25-24 and Downtowners beat Sleepers 40-34. In men's residence hall league A, Crumley's All That Jazz destroyed Sixth Floor Kerr 69-17, Sudden Death defeated Penthouse 50-29 and Blue Demons beat Kendall Keggers 49-45. In men's residence hall league B, Bruce Hall Jazz meets SHHHHH at 4:10 p.m. on court A. The Mashers take on Mac Hall Cozmos at 5:20 p.m. on Court A, and the Kings meet Shilly's Wild Men at 6:30 p.m. on Court A. In Division B of the men's Red League, The Hose Monkeys challenge The Kerr Companion's to Spectator Sports at 5:20 p.m. on Court B. The Mavericks meet Theta Chi at 4:10 p.m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

' t The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 69 Senate equalizes representation Reapportionment alters faculty voting groups The Faculty Senate reapportioned the representation of its eight voting groups Wednesday in a move to equalize the number of faculty members represented by each senator from a voting group. The reorganization moves depart- ments, schools, colleges and divisions from one voting group to another so that each voting group would represent 92 faculty members. Before the change, the number of faculty members represented by each voting group varied depending on the size of the departments within each group. The reorganization is effective im- mediately so that when the Faculty Senate holds its election in April, new senate representatives will be elected from the reapportioned voting groups. Group one now is composed of the departments of art, foreign languages and literatures, philosophy, and speech ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, February 12,1981 Editorials State worker holidays The Legislative Budget Board recently recom- mended to the Texas Legislature a proposal to reduce the number of holidays for state employees from 18 to nine. State Rep. Jim Horn, R-Denton, said state employees earn salaries comparable to salaries in private industry and therefore they should have similar holidays. Horn said the lowest paid state employee earns $100 per month above the federal minimum wage. If that is true, the lowest paid state employee earns SI57 a week, or $680 a month. The Legislature admitted state employees are under- paid when it passed a 5.1 percent emergency increase with a $50 a month mininum increase, which went into effect Feb. 1 for state employees. The Texas Public Employees Association requested a pay raise of at least 13.6 percent for this fall and a 10.2 percent increase in 1982. Stanley Sawyer, a member of the TPEA board of directors and a program ana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

Thursday, February 12,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 I k " i * i Big band !eader Clark Terry to include some NT jazz musicians in world tour THE WIZ—The power and the magic of Wizard Gandalf, as seen by Frodo and Sam will be shown today and tomorrow in the classic story "The Lord of the Rings." J R.R. Tolkien's animated fantasy will be shown in The Lyceum at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Bv SANDRA GUERRA Special Writer In the trade, jazz great Clark Terry is known as "Mumbles," but when word got out he was forming a European tour band for 1981, five NT jazz students had no trouble hearing him clearly. Last fall Mike Baker, Conrad Herwig Ron Wilkins, Steve Rentschler and Peter Dowdall began making and mailing taped auditions, both individually and coleclively, to Terry's manager, Joseph Carley Jr., in Maryland. And the wait began. "I had almost forgotten about it all," Dowdall, a native of Australia and bass player for the 2 O' Clock Lab Band last semester, said. "Everyone more or less ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 12,1981 L "SfcntliTttW . Industrial arts gets plastic molding tool Photo by ERIC GAY Dr. Phil Waldrop demonstrates a donated plastic injection molding machine Keko Corp. of Oklahoma City, Okla., donated an injection molding machine to NT's industrial arts department, improving the department's ability to mold plastic items. The machine was obtained through the Society of Plastics Engineers. Bob Richards, president of the North Texas section of the society and sales represen- tative of Hub Scott Associates, sold a new machine to Keko and then asked Keko to donate the machine to NT as a tax deduction. The machine has a 100-ton clamping capacity and can inject up to four ounces of plastic. Dr. Phil Waldrop of the in- dustrial arts faculty said, "The machine is a good contribution to our program. The one we had before was a hand- operated model." The machine was used to mold parts for companies requiring plastic parts, but after Keko purch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

Thursday, February 12,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 i i % i « Hotel fire kills eight in Nevada LAS VEGAS, Ncv. (AP) — Jn a fiery flashback to the inferno that killed 84 people at the MGM Grand Hotel less than three months ago, four fires — all believed set by arsonists — sent suf- focating smoke billowing through the giant Las Vegas Hilton. The toll Wednesday stood at eight dead and 198 injured. Police and hotel security searched all 2,783 rooms in the nation's largest hotel for five hours Wednesday morning, looking under beds and in closets and checking some rooms four times. No ad- ditional bodies were found, authorities said. Seven victims died of smoke inhala- tion Tuesday night, and the eighth fell or leaped to his death, landing on an out- side deck, Otto Ravenholt, Clark County coroner, said. Among those admitted to hospitals was singer Natalie Cole, who sang at the hotel Monday night and was overcome by smoke in her room. Six people were reported in critical condition, i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 12,1981 Psychodrama: cagey creativity The art is called psychodrama and the director is called Max — not Mr. Lehner, not Herr Lehner or even sir — by the 15 students who have worked since Jan. 19 with German stage director Max Lehner in daily four-hour rehearsals closed to visitors. "Psychodrama basically uses psychology, so what comes out in rehearsals are private things and (visitors) would have disturbed the process," Lehner said. In the rehearsals, the performers learn to free their artistic creativity, to break down barriers and to trust each other by using psychological techniques. The result is a performance of psy- chodrama, the ultimate in improvisational theater. The theory of psychodrama was developed by J.L. Moreno, a Viennese psychotherapist who practiced in the 1920s. "He (Moreno) had a hob- by when he was a doctor; he liked to make impromptu theater and had his own theater to develop his (psychotherapy) method," Lehner s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

« t *! t Thursday, February 12,1981 I 4 Photo by MAX STACY Kelley Defoor flips Jackson Howell in judo practice Softballers begin practice By DEE DEE THOMASSON Daily Reporter The women of the NT Softball Club are looking foward to a successful season, club coach David Krueger said. Eleven women are returning from last season, and nine players have joined the squad. The new players are applying themselves very well, Kruger said, and the returning women have improved since last season. Bobbye Cotton, Springton juinor, said, "I feel we are more prepared this season due to the new players who have more talent than they did last semester." FREE PREGNANCY TESTS • Immediate Appointments • Confidential Counseling • Birth Control Information • Termination of Pregnancy 4 sl :r-;. 6 Exit Las Vegas Trail Off I-20 West. >TTSI WESTTSIDE CLINIC 817-246-2446 2011 Las Vegas Trail (West Ft. Worth) ' I ! THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Gales leaves "gold mine" Kruger said the new players are filling th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 February 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 12, 1981 Hoopsters begin xmust-win' tour By MARKWELTON Daily Reporter The NT men's basketball team wil1 play the first of two straight road games today when it meets the Samford Bull- dogs at 7 p.m. in Bringham, Ala. NT Coach Bill Blakeley said his team definitely needs to win tonight's contest and Saturday night's game against Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Miss., for a possible berth in a post- season tournament. NT, 13-8, faced both teams earlier this season in the Coliseum. The Mean Green downed Samford 81-73, but lost to Southern Mississippi in overtime 72- 66. Against Samford, NT was outscored 32-30 in field goals, but converted 21 of 28 from the free-throw line for the vic- tory. The win snapped a three-game los- ing spin for NT and raised its record to 6-3. Samford, 7-11 on the year and 3-4 in the Trans America Conference, will be coming off an 84-53 loss to conference opponent the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. T...

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