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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1981

Thursday, February 26,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Insufficient reservations cancel awards banquet By BARBARA ('ORI)RAY Staff Writer The Black Emphasis Awards ban- quet, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, was canceled Wednesday because of a lack of paid reservations, Argie Madison, coordinator of inter- cultural affairs, said Wednesday. "The deadline (for reservations) was noon today (Wednesday)," Ms. Madison said. "Only four students had actually paid, and I couldn't af- ford to buy the food (for the banquet) on credit." The banquet was the final event for Black Emphasis Month. AWARDS TO be presented at the banquet were for Mr. and Miss Black Emphasis, participants in the Black Exposition held each Tuesday and Wednesday throughout February, in- dividuals in art and fashion design and various organizations and in- dividuals. "I will deal with each in- dividual about the awards," she said. The awards banquet was to be fol- lowed by a celebrity ball featuring student performances. "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1981

~! . ■ '' . ; ' ' 1 .' ' ' ■ i ' PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 26,1981 Little people's group aids small problems DALLAS (AP) — When sheep buyer Clay Kitchens and his wife took their 16- month-old son to Minnesota's Mayo Clinic in 1932, they expected doctors to repair the boy's cleft palate. They were not expecting a new diagnosis — young Lee was a dwarf. "Take him home and treat him like you would any other child," doctors ad- vised the Fort Worth couple. "That's the best advice you could give anybody, for anybody who is handi- capped," Kitchens, now 50, said. "Don't assume he can't do something until he's tried it several times." KITCHENS, engineering manager for Texas Instruments Inc.'s home com- puter division in Lubbock, is 4-foot-l. He climbed into a chair in a motel room to talk about how he and other little people have learned to cope in a world built for bigger people. He served as president of Little People of America from 1964 to 1968. His wife, Mary, who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1981

* v> Thursday, February 26,1981 Racquet club to host tourney for NT netters The NT women's tennis team will play Saturday in a fund-raising tennis tourna- ment hosted by the Inwood Racquet Club of Dallas. Don Griffin, owner of the racquet club, said all proceeds, after expenses, will be donated to the women's team. "We wanted to do something to help this fine Mean Green women's team and raise some money and not just go out and ask for a donation," Griffin said. "This way we accomplish three things. One, we allow everyone to have a good time playing some good tennis. Two, we introduce the community and the team to each other, and three, we raise some money for the program." NT players will team up with entrants, establishing evenly-matched teams for competition during the tournament. Women are invited to compete in women's doubles play, and men will play mixed doubles. A draw party will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the club, 14800 Inwood Road, to decide the teams, bntrants will d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 February 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, February 26,1981 Hoopsters hope skid ends in Pit By DAVID BARBER Daily Reporter Seeking to put an end to a three- game losing streak, the NT men's basketball team plays its last home game of the season at 7:30 tonight against the Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity Cowboys. The two teams met Jan. 31 in Abilene with NT taking a 78-77 triumph in overtime. Tony Macalik scored a season high of 16 points in the game. Discussing Monday night's set- back against Pan American, NT head basketball coach Bill Blakeley said, "I was disappointed with our effort. We didn't play with enough intensity. One or two of the guys did a good job. But you've got to have a team ef- fort, and we didn't against Pan American." During that game, NT's 6-3 forward Delonte Taylor hit a season high of 15 field goals out of 26 at- tempts for 30 points. Taylor is NT's second leading scorer with an average of 17.8 points per game just behind Kenneth Lyons' 18.7 average. Looking ahead to...

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

1 I* 1 < The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 78 '> ♦ Two die as sailboat overturns in rough weather at Lewisville By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Writer Two people, one an NT student, died Wednesday when the boat on which they were sailing capsized in high winds and rough water about 5 p.m. on Lake I.ewisville. Two others swam safely to shore and were taken to I.ewisville Memorial Hospital where they were treated for hypothermia, subnormal body temperature. They were released Thursday. Dead are Nancy Ruth Peters, 20, a Dallas junior majoring in marketing, and Michael Eric Sorensen, 24, of Dallas. THE TWO treated for hypothermia were John David Moore, 22, Carrollton junior, and Christine Marie Francour, 19, Piano sophomore. The four were sailing on Sorensen's 13-foot sailboat off Queens Point in Oakland Park when the boat cap- sized because of high winds and whitecaps, Moore said. "The boat turned over and then we turn...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, February 27,1981 Editorials Stormy recovery plan President Ronald Reagan may be steering the ship of state into stormy waters with his economic recovery plan designed to right our listing economy. His proposals risk the welfare of many Amerjcans and the future of the country. Furthermore, they favor the wealthier classes and the business sector while hurting the working poor in the country. Reagan proposes to slash government spending by reducing subsidies to federal programs offering benefits. Among social services proposed to be cut are job training from the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, Medicaid, student loans and scholarships, elementary and secondary school as- sistance, unemployment insurance and food stamps. In addition he proposes to cut family and individual income taxes by 30 percent during the next three years and to stimulate American business by accelerating a tax write-off program for business expenditures th...

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

Friday, February 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 •I Wordsworth to highlight festival College interpreters meet for poetry, recitations By VICKIE 1)11BK Daily Reporter The IOth annual NT Oral Interpretation Festival will feature Richard Wordsworth, artist in residence at Dallas Baptist College, at 4:30 p.m. today in the Great Hall of the University Ministry Center. Wordsworth, a descendant of William Wordsworth, English poet of the romantic era, will perform in a lecture-recital, "Let Me Play the Lion, Too," that dis- cusses the actor's and academician's points of view of William Shakespeare, Dr. Ted Colson of the speech faculty said. Wordsworth started his one-man shows in England in 1969 and took them to the United States in 1970. He has traveled throughout the United States and Canada. He acted in a troupe called "Old Vic," which was founded in honor of Queen Victoria. "It was England's best known Shakespearean classical com- pany, that is now known as the National Theater," ...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r KHLr Fhoto by ERIC GAY Norbert Herrera carries a sack of groceries Fine Arts 115 N. Elm St. 387-2412 $100 I 1 every tuesday Everyday 5:00-5:30 $1.50 Sat.-Sun. 1:15-3:20 Nightly 5:30-7:35-9:45 PALL NEWM AN EDVSAKD ASNER tFortAp*chE, 20lh CENTURY [77! FOX FILMS LHJ PAUL NEWMAN Use N.T. Daily CLASSIFIEDS Town & Country Twin Elm at I 35 392-9393 00 every tuesday I opens e 15 Screen 1 "CLYDE ALMOST STEALS THE PICTURE" -Gtnt Shirt starts 700 tfa\M •Way uj w 'v caro ^ O PAIL NEUMAN JACQI El INF. BISSET [When Time Ran Out ° ^ Screen 2 EARTHUNGS... WHO CAN SAVE Cr' YOU NOW? A UNIVERSAL PICTURE PLUS BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25th CENTURY y x sandwich bkiak Hours 7:30 a.m.-2:00 a.m. Monday-Saturday Breakfast till 10:30 a.m. Dinner till 12:00 p.m. Rhythm & Blues By The Master Anson Funderburg & The Rockets HAPPY HOUR 3 p.m.-7 p.m. 1218 W. Hickory Friday, February 27,1981 Venezuelan student encounters language, transportation blocks By MARY KATE O'GRADY Specia...

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

Friday, February 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Staples revamps radio/television/film division Director credits faculty with boosting NT esteem as film school By BELINDA WILLIS Special Writer When Dr. Donald Staples presented a series of lectures on Japanese films at the Lyceum in February 1979, he had no idea his lec- tures would serve as his job interview for director of NT's ra- dio/television/film division. Dr. Staples joined the faculty in the fall of 1979, replac- ing acting director Dr. Ed G I ick . Soon after he ar- rived at NT, Dr. Staples began re- vamping the pro- gram by recruiting faculty and developing new graduate and undergraduate curricula. Staples THROUGH DR. Staples' efforts, KNTU-FM will air programs on Golden Triangle Com- munications cable system within the next few months. Since I979, enrollment in RTF classes has increased, particularly in the number of in- coming freshmen and transfer students. Besides NT's RTF division. Dr. Staples reorganized film de...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 27,1981 m m i pi - w / / i \ \ I / I i % Ifyou think yoti could pick yourbeer with your eyes closed, m ■ i: V-v ' m MM It: m ■ S-SS Wm- MMM J#I <0 a> 5- O * O O o _C0 Q. -o c CO <D C "a a> o T5 O) c o 03 "5 O Hi - ■ . ■P I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I l l I l I l l l I I I I I I I I I v i I l 4 I I I % I i here's your chance. Probably just one beer drinker in 3 can pass this test. reEHB) I & udwei All three major premium beers are distinctly different in taste. After all, they're made by different brewers using different ingredients and different brewing processes. Still.it takes a pretty educated tongue to tell them apart. You may not win, but you can't lose. This test requires a blindfold.That's so your eyes won't influence your mouth. Because taste is all that counts —in this test, and in a beer. Here's how the test works.You pour Schlitz.Bud and Miller into ...

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

Friday, February 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 MB m Runner shapes up for season NT track team opens spring schedule in Austin Jo Ann Dohanich trains for outdoor season By MARK WELTON Daily Reporter As the NT women's track team begins its out- door season Saturday at UT-Austin, NT head track coach John McKenzie said he is optimistic entering his fourth year at the helm. One reason for McKenzie's excitement con- cerns Jo Ann Dohanich, who is returning from the 1980 outdoor squad. McKenzie said she is one of the best middle-distance runners in the state. The 1980-1981 indoor track season proved to be a productive one for Dohanich, Houston junior, as she recorded her best time in the 800- meter run. Her time of 2:10.5 was only one se- cond off the qualifying time for the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Indoor National Meet scheduled for March 13-14 in Pocatello, Idaho. Dohanich also is a member of the NT 1,600- meter relay team that set a school record of 3:46....

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

i®o2Bl«v£flll®flR9nf'*vi- '■'''' r''' ipf^ ■ nS PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, February 27,1981 Eagles win home finale, look to Pan Am, next year Mean Green rides Pokes 90-77 By KEVIN "DOC" Staff Writer SHAY After the loss to Pan American University Monday, NT men's basket- ball coach Bill Blakeley had a long talk with his team concerning some Eagles' apparent lack of effort. Well, the talk must have hit home as the Eagles pulled few punches in knock- ing out Hardin-Simmons University 90- 71 Thursday night in the Coliseum. "This game was a little better," Blakeley, who watched his team improve its record to 15-11, said. "We played well in spots anil had some great in- dividual efforts." Two of those belonged to NT forward Delonte Taylor and guard David Vasher who combined for 46 of the Eagles' poinU. Taylor was 11 of 22 from the Held for 25 points, and Vasher shot 9 of 18 from the Held for 21 points. But, the night's big plus was the play of the other half of the Trimble Tech ...

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

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 79 Board designates Vandiver chancelEor By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Writer The NT Board of Regents Friday named President Frank Vandiver chancellor of NT and the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and named Dr. Ralph Willard president of TCOM. The board, meeting at TCOM in Fort Worth, voted 4-1 to designate Vandiver chancellor and chief executive officer of NT and TCOM. Willard was vice presi- dent for medical affairs and dean of TCOM. VANDIVER and Willard will work out administrative procedures for the ti- tle change, but they will not become of- ficial unless approved by the board at its next meeting May I. Board of Regents Chairman Winfree Brown and regents Bruce Street of Graham, Hugh Wolfe of Stephenville and Bill Jamar of Brownwood voted for the title changes. Regent Albert Gates of Catarina voted against the action, and regents A.M. Willis of Washington, D.C., and Eddie Chiles ...

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

ommentarv The North Texas Daily Tuesday, March 3,1981 Page 2 Editorials Student loan decrease The Reagan administration proposed a $4 billion decrease in federal education programs that will in- clude cuts in funding of the federally insured college loan program. The plan consists of four proposals. The first proposal would reduce the amount of federal interest subsidies paid to private lenders of federally insured loans in the event of a student's death, disability or failure to pay back a loan. The second proposal would reduce the special al- lowances paid to private lenders participating in the federally insured student loan program. These two provisions would discourage banks from participating in the program, making it more difficult for students to obtain loans. Although interest rates on federally insured loans were increased from 7 percent to 9 percent in January, the third proposal would force students to pay even higher interest rates when repaying their loans. The fourth ...

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

Tuesday, March 3,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Singer inspires movie prospects Michael Murphey changes style, writes film scripts By JULIE JEROME S aff Writer Country-and-western composer and performer Michael Murphey has brought his rendition of the Texas lifestyle to life in the new movie "Hard Country." He began a two-month tour Friday in a concert at TCU to promote the movie. Murphey has somewhat changed his style during the past two years. His old folksy, environmental story-telling songs were replaced by a definite country-and- western sound. Murphey is traveling with his four-member Great American Honky Tonk Band, as opposed to his previous solo concerts composed of Murphey, his guitar, banjo and har- monica. THE CONCERT Friday sounded fairly clean and tight considering the ad- dition of four players and the new style. Murphey made a gallant attempt to get some life out of a lukewarm audience. As he mixed old and new songs, Murphey's hits, "Carolina in the Pines" and "Ger...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 3,1981 Companies to talk about job placements One hundred thirty-eight companies have arranged with the NT Career Planning and Placement Service to come to campus this spring and interview students seeking employment. Requests by companies to interview at NT still are being received. Accounting and programming can- didates are in great demand, but com- panies are coming to NT to interview many different majors. Coming to the campus from Monday, to March 12 are: Laventhol & Horwath CPA, Harris Data Communications, State Farm Insurance Co., Occidental Oil and Gas Corp., Southland Life In- surance Co., Ben E. Keith Co., Hershey Foods Corp., Shell Oil Co., Mary Kay Cosmetics, Inc., Missouri Beef Packers, Inc., Houston Light & Power Co., UARCO Inc., Target Stores, and J.C. Penny Co., Inc. On-campus interviewing will con- tinue until May I. One increase in interviewing from last semester is that school districts are inter- viewing more a...

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

Tuesday, March 3,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Touring comedians to perform in RBL The comedy team of Edmonds and Curley will perform at 9 p.m. Wednes- day, Thursday and Friday in the Rock Bottom Lounge as part of "Comedy Tonight" sponsored by the RBL. The Edmonds and Curley act consists of improvisation, sound effects, pantomime and character development, Janet Kennard, manager of the RBL, said. Ms. Kennard saw the team perform in San Antonio recently and was impressed by the quality of its work. "Within minutes they had an auditorium of 2,000 people in stitches," she said. Edmonds and Curley have performed as a team for nine years and have toured 46 states performing "The Tonight Show" and "The Merv Griffin Show" for colleges and universities. They also have served as the opening act for concerts starring Billy Joel and B.B. King. "Bringing Edmonds and Curley to the RBL is part of an effort that we are trying to make in bringing quality entertainment to the students," Ms. Ken-...

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

' v * PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 3,1981 Staff attempts to digest dorm-food complaints Director says service responds to change-of-menu pleas from students By WALTER SHARPLESS Special Writer Soylent Green, mystery meat and soyburgers are not listed on the menu, but no veteran domitory resi- dent would need a translator to iden- tify them as names students give to entrees in the cafeteria. Griping about domitory food probably originated in the opening of the first domitory cafeteria, but behind the stainless steel and linoleum is a group of human beings who work hard to please and who have a few thoughts of their own about students and their complaints. "Students are more disciplined than they used to be," Dorothy L. Foster, evening supervisor at Kerr Hall Cafeteria, said. "We have had them come through the line, and you just wouldn't believe the things they would say, calling the food all dif- ferent slop. They don't do that anymore. "NOW WE'LL have one or two come t...

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

7T Tuesday, March 3,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 I <&■ i,mr THRILL OF VICTORY—Francie Larrieu Smith hits the tape after setting a world record in the two-mile run Friday with a time of 9:38.1 at the USA- Mobile indoor track and field championships at New York's Madison Square Garden. Smith, who trains with the NT track team, also set a world record in the 2,000-meter run last week at Edmonton, Alberta, with a time of 5:55. Kappa Sigma romps in mural action In Sunday's intramural basketball ac- tion, Kappa Sigma blasted Theta Chi 59-26, and Magic's Magicians Houdinied Sigma Phi Epsilon 53-35 in co-rec play. In men's action, the Jocks won the showdown for the final playoff spot in men's independent division C over Show Down 55-50, while the Average White Boys also qualified for the playoffs by defeating Downtowners 47-44. Baptist Student Center prevailed over the Sleepers 51-42, and the Blue Demons ripped Sixth Floor Kerr 82-44. Bad Company toppled Crumley Too 49-40, and D...

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

n PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 3,1981 Baseball talks jeopardize season Players, owners enter extra innings on free-agent issue Photo by MAX STACY Danny Gambill stretches to prevent a goal By STEVE WILSON Staff Writer It's time for the fans to act. Maybe, cut off the serpent's head and feed it to armadillos. Or storm the corporate of- fices, make firewood out of the mahogany desks and bum all ar- bitrators, federal mediators and greenhorn ovners at second base. If th. Marx Brothers were around, they could lead the fans in a revolution to topple the current Major League Baseball power structure and reinstate the days of old. Those white-hot after- noons where the only strikes were on the field and the games were more of a hap- pening than an exercise in marketing planning and profit maximization. Well, it would make for a good movie, anyway. With Bruce Dern, the infamous heavy, leading the outraged band of baseball purists equipped with Louisville Sluggers through the d...

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