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

Friday, March 6,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Designer stresses lingerie importance Photo by MAX STACY Ms. Salaun-Freilich displays lingerie By BONNIE EDWARDS Daily Reporter Most people don't realize the im- portance of underwear, Yveline Salaun-Freilich, director of design and merchandising for Henson- Kickernick Inc. said Thursday. Ms. Salaun-Freilich lectured about lingerie design, marketing and the pitfalls of young designers in a seminar sponsored by the Industrial Training Laboratory Thursday in the University Union. THE LECTURE included a dis- cussion of the evolution of garments and a display of lingerie from the historical collection of Henson- Kickernick of Cache, Texas. "You can see by looking at the older garments how lingerie relates to ready-to-wear. Most people don't realize how important underwear is to the look of ready-to-wear," Ms. Salaun-Freilich said. Ms. Salaun-Freilich, 28, said she is one of the youngest designers in her field. "I was working with Pucci w...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY No deposit return causes tenants to take legal action By JOC AROL COX Special Writer Raymond and Doug moved out of their apartment in May. They informed the manager a month in advance and provided him with a forwarding address r<.r return of their $200 deposit. By July, the deposit had not been returned, so Doug telephoned the manager for an ex- planation. The apartment, Doug was told, was left a mess. The $200 was withheld for cleaning and repairs to the apartment, such as nail holes in the walls and broken furniture. The manager said he would send an additional bill for $165 to cover all the damages. I)()t (i ASKE1) why a list of damages was not sent within 30 days after he and Raymond vacated the apartment, a time period within which landlords are re- quired to submit damage estimates. The manager said that requirement was waived because the roommates broke the terms of the lease by not leaving the apartment in a "clean and orderly condi- tion, rea...

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

Friday, March 6,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Photo by MAX STACY Paula Nichols loosens up for practice THESES-DISSERTATIONS • Class handouts—class tests—other University related business • 3 Centers to serve you • Fast turn around on your job • Economical—compare our prices 100 copies printed 1 side—8V2" x 11" 20#—$1.37 100 copies printed 2 sides—8V2" x 11" 20#—$2.28 Add 1V2 cents per sheet for 100% rag Theses paper. Old Journ. Bldg.—Gen'l Acad. Bldg.—Quad Residence Bldg. Ailments hamper runner Bergeron hopes for better outdoor season By DAVID RAKBKR Daily Reporter In her sophomore and junior years, she ran in the Association of Intercol- legiate Athletics for Women Indoor Track and Field Championships. But this time around Julie Bergeron, Houston senior, will miss the trip to Pocatello, Idaho, for the championships March I3-I4. It has been a season of frustration for Bergeron who failed to qualify for the nationals by two-tenths of a second in the 300-yard dash. Her time of 36....

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

_J _1£ LI PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 6,1981 Sportscope Blakeley wit catches ear of press By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer Move over E.F Hutton, here comes Bill Blakeley. For some unknown reason Blakeley hasn't figured out yet that when the NT men's basket- ball coach speaks, people listen. Reporters, anxious for any kind of in- side scoop, pick up their pencils and accept his witticisms as gospel which sometimes can get the 46-year-old coach with a CB handle of "Crazy Coach" in more hot water than he needs. At a January press conference, Blakeley was asked his thoughts about getting into a conference. Never one to hedge an outright inquiry, he said he thought NT should get into some conference, and if he could, he would have NT start its own conference with other teams who are not happy with their conference. The following day, a story came over the news service wire that was run in several Dallas-Fort Worth area papers saying Blakeley was call- ing for a new confere...

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

The North Texas Daily UE.SDAY, MARCH 10, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 83 Jury finds race bias in Safeway's policy By CAROL RUST Staff Writer A district court jury found Safeway Stores Inc.'s personal appearance policy discriminatory and awarded Oscar Tatum, Marshall junior, and Henry Mitchell, former NT graduate student, $9,731 in damages and $24,400 in attorneys' fees Friday. The jury awarded Mitchell $6,851 in damages and awarded Tatum $2,880, after deciding Safeway acted with malice by enforcing its personal ap- pearance policy that requires employees who work in view of customers to be clean shaven. Mitchell and Tatum, who are black, filed suit against Safeway Stores Inc. and Frank Crockett, manager of the Safeway at 116 W. University Drive, after they were fired for growing beards in violation of the policy. Mitchell and Tatum have a skin condition that is irritated by close shaving, which causes facial hair to become ingrown and infect the ski...

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

The North T ex as Daily Tuesday, March 10,1981 Editorials SALT postponement Sources inside President Ronald Reagan's ad- ministration said the president is close to a decision to postpone for several months a biannual meeting with the Soviet Union on the Strategic Arms Limitations Talks. The importance of the meeting makes a well- planned preparation essential and all necessary time should be taken. The reason given for a possible postponement is the administration needs time to decide on policies con- cerning SALT and to fill key staff positions. Ths ranks of upper-level officials still need to be refilled after Reagan decided to remove most of the senior officials from the previous administration. The Arms Control and Disarmament Agency lost most of its top officials and no replacements have been named yet. The possible move has been criticized by some former officials, who said in light of defense increases the Russians may believe the United States is no longer interested in arm...

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

Tuesday, March 10,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 7 % v. Pholo by MAX STACY CHANGES IN ATTITUDES—Jimmy Buffett performed some old songs and some songs from his newest release, "Coconut Telegraph" at a con- cert Friday night. Buffett stopped in Dallas during his United States tour in promotion of the new album. xBe//e' resonates with lyrical performance Performance describes Dickinson's philosophy of life, love By JAMES KAUFMANN Staff Writer Effervescent. Now there is a word to doff your hat to. So should one describe and accord Marilyn Wells for her stage production of "The Belle of Amherst" to be presented at 8 p.m. today in The Lyceum. The play is set in the parlor of an Amherst, Mass., home during the mid- 19th century. As the lights go up, a sprightly woman scurries on stage to greet the audience, her guests. She is poet Emily Dickinson, and she welcomes her visitors with the cheer of one happy to have company in a self- imposed seclusion. She takes her guests into her closest...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 10,1981 Student manages conversations, crises as sheriff's dispatcher By SANDRA GUERRA Special Writer He knows Denton's tow-truck drivers by their first names and the telephone numbers of the city's funeral homes by memory. Behind glinting wire-rimmed glasses, his eyes are a shade of gray that matches his uniform. His voice deepens to a note of authority as he leans up to a microphone. His father in-law, Denton insurance salesman Allie Miller, confides, "He can listen to three conversations at the same time and still know exactly what's going on. It's amazing." HE IS SPEAKING of Randy Kaisner, Krum senior and communica- tions supervisor in the Denton County Sheriffs Office. Kaisner said that monitoring several channels at once simply is part of a day's work. His description of his job is a single phrase, crisis management. Kaisner's duties include relaying information to highway patrolmen, answering emergency telephone calls and tallying l...

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

Tuesday, March 10,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Campus Calendar Photo by ERIC GAY SWING LOW—Linda Dovalina, Mission senior, and ing the "Age of Swing Band Dance" contest. The couple Michael Quantz, Denton graduate student, pause dur- won first place in the contest. Today all day Midsemester; last day of classes for accelerated courier 10a.m.-3:30p m Poetry Reading sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta; Language Building 316. 11 a.m. "Women in the Outdoors," with Terri Mahaney; Wooten Hall 121. I p.m. "Women's Health Issues," Wooten Hall 121 1-2 and 3-4 p.m. Master class with flutist Marcel Moyse; Recital Hall 2:30 p.m Beta Alpha Psi meeting; Aaron Saylor will host a panel discussion; University Union, fourth floor 4 p.m Society for the Advancement of Management; guest speaker Tom Gabriel; Business Building 177; call 383-3451 for more information. 6.30 p.m. "Maedchen in Uniform;" General Academic Building 203 6:30-8 p.m. Fellowship meeting with the Baptist Student Center. 6 45 p.m Phi Alp...

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

1 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Advertisers to hold tour in Dallas The Alfonso Johnson Student Tour, sponsored by the Dallas Advertising League, will be held April 5-7 in Dallas. This year's tour program will include one of Dallas' largest advertising agen- cies, a radio and television studio, luncheons, discussions and a visit to a Dallas department store's advertising department. Be-'ky Jameson, Garland senior, said "The student tour is a great opportunity for advertising and marketing students to get a firsthand look at the real world of this industry." The $40 registration fee includes hotel room, Sunday evening reception, breakfast Monday and Tuesday, luncheons and dinners Monday, and transportation to events. Registration is limited to 100 students on a first come, first serve basis. Registration forms are available in General Academic Building 101 and are due by Friday. "Last year I got a chance to meet professionals in the field of advertising and a chance to tour agencies, p...

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

Tuesday, March 10,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Sports Jerks of the Week This week's Sports Jerks of the Week award goes to the party responsible for "Smokeless" Joe Frazier's non-fight appearance at Lambda Chi Alpha's Fight Nite promo Friday, be it the Ben E. Keith Co., Frazier's entourage of fair-weather cronies, Frazier himself, or Howard Cosell (somehow he's got to be involved in this). All last week, Lambda Chi Alpha representatives built the scheduled exhibition match between Frazier and Denton Boxing Club member John Crayton to a such a hyped-up proportion you thought it was going to be another "Thrilla in Manilla." Area papers, including The Denton Record-Chronicle and The Daily, were conned into believing "Smokeless" was actually going to put on the gloves and build this accordingly. This undoubtedly helped influence more thrii a few boxing fanatics to pay the 55 and attend the gala spectacle. The prospect of seeing the former heavyweight champ match skills against a NT...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 10,1981 Photo by ERIC GAY Luciano Cuneo sets sights for a backhand against Duke University Teams advance in playoffs The Bums edged Shilly's Wildmen 46- 44 in the opening round of infamural basketball playoff action Sunday in the PE Building gymnasium. Steve Shelton scored 20 points for the Bums, and Kirk Fuller hit 19 for the Wildmen. The Jocks conquered Sudden Death 57-41. Kevin Hobaugh and Randy Hall scored II points each, and Kevin "Doc" Shay added 10 for the Jocks. Lee English tossed in 19 points for Sudden Death. Pi Kappa Alpha trounced Penthouse 42-28. Brett Kuhn scored 10 points for the Pikes, and John McKelvain hit six for Penthouse. The Hose Monkeys whipped Kerr Companions to Spectator Sports 38-27. Ron Bishop pumped in 20 points for the Monkeys, and David Haynes hit 15 for the Companions. Bad Company got by Lake Ex's 39-33. Greg Hammel scored 16 points for Bad Co., and Zac Cypert led Lake Ex's with 17 points. Lambda Chi Alpha qu...

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

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11,1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 84 Student severs finger tips in crafts workshop accident By BILL BRAUCKMUI.LER Staff Writer Mark Adams, St. Paul, Minn., junior, severed the tips of three fingers on his right hand while working with a radial arm saw in the University Union Arts and Crafts Center about 6 p.m. Tuesday. Denton paramedics took Adams, 26, to Westgate Hospital, but doctors were not able to reattach his finger tips. Adams was released from Westgate at about 8 p.m. and was taken home by his wife Julie. Dottie Johansson, manager of the Arts and Crafts Center, said Adams was cutting wooden frames in which to mount stained glass when he accidently severed the tips of his fingers. She said this is the first accident that has occurred in the workshop since she became manager of the center last May. Mrs. Johansson said center employees were changing shifts when the accident occurred. Mrs. Johansson and Cindy...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily * t * i Page 2 Wednesday, March 11,1981 Editorial Alien education The state of Texas should drop its appeal of U.S. District Judge Woodrow Seals' deci- sion that the children of undocumented aliens are entitled access to a free public education. Not only is the appeal fruitless, but it also is simply an economic move to save state tax- payers millions of dollars by excluding illegal aliens from Texas' public schools. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last November that the children of il- legal aliens have a constitutional right to a free public education under the 14th Amend- ment. This ruling struck down a 1975 state law that banned Texas schools from using state funds to educate alien children. The appeals court also upheld Seals' ruling that the children are entitled to a free educa- tion based on the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment. When Seals ruled last summer, Texas At- torney General Mark White predicted 120,000 illega...

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

i Wednesday, March 11,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Tvjn I v. Pat Metheny Group to perform for NT audience Band tours South America, adds member, undertakes new dimension By JULIE JFROME Staff Writer The Pat Metheny Group, a jazz band that includes NT-ex Lyle Mays will make a stop in Denton during a cross- country tour that began Tuesday. They will perform at 8 p.m. March 30 in the Main Auditorium. Tickets are $7 for students and $8 for general admission and are on sale at the University Union Ticket Office. Since returning from its latest tour of South America, the Pat Metheny Group has added a new dimension to its style. It picked up a fifth player, Nana Vasconselos, a native Brazilian who plays percussion instr uments. ( / "GOING TO Bf-azil played a major ef- fect on me a.vro my music," Metheny said. "It's re;ally hard to dercribe, but I just fell in Jlove with that music." Mays said the South American style Of music is very illuminating. "I don't think everyone realizes how ...

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

I ♦ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 11,1981 a e ii P a r l< fi n h s tl ti tl ti I T n fi ri fi e o o G 0 1 P' D a< g' tc re y< hi P< ol g< at ( m ea ur ac ar dc st; at he pr ha pr U ch O! m D. T( dc Denton tries reviving channel after neglecting for 29 years By CARYL SHERMAN Special Writer It is a little known fact that Denton has a television frequency of national recognition. It is one of Five channels in the country not in use. Despite the fact that Channel 2 has been in existence as a non-profit, educational frequency for 29 years, ef- forts to obtain a license for it have been going on for only three years. ROY APPLETON, president of Denton Channel Two Inc. and general manager of The Denton Record Chroni- cle, said that only recently has the pos- sibility of constructing an operating studio and broadcasting educational programs produced serious efforts from community members and experienced broadcasters. "The frequency was allocated to the communit...

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

Wednesday, March 11,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Maple Hall tones up with jazz, aerobics classes Free dance, exercise sessions help women shape up for summer, discourage crash diets vv By VICKIE DUBE Daily Reporter Free classes in aerobic and jazz exercise and dance are being offered by the Maple Street Hall Association, Annetta Ramsay, assistant head resi- dent, said. Three exercise classes are being conducted Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. Because of a demand for the classes, a fourth class is being formed, Ms. Ramsay said. Instructors for the classes are Dee Dee Murphy, Dallas freshman, a former teacher of dance and gymnastics and runner-up in the Miss Texas Drill Team competition; Kathi Records, Fort Worth sophomore, formerly a manager trainee at the Qy n and Trim Health Spa in Fort Worth; and Leslie Walters, Dallas freshmgn, who has danced with the Dallas Civic Ballet and the Southern Palace at Six Flags Over Texas. "The classes see,"?fto fill a need," Ms. Ramsay ...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Gorman backs sale of jets as upgrading By MIKE HEVEY Daily Reporter The possible sale of F-5 jets from the United States to Mexico may be nothing more than an upgrading of Mexico's air force, Dr. Steve Gorman of the political science faculty said. The Mexican government privately expressed interest last week in the purchase of the fighters. Officials in the U.S. State Department said it will ap- prove the sale if a formal request is made. "There is no reason in the world to turn down Mexico. Given the amount of hardware, it would be a great political affront (denying the sale) to Mexico, which is becoming more and more im- portant because of oil," Gorman said. A report from, the International In- stitute for Strategic Studies said that 75 combat planes, built mainly in the 1940s and 1950s, constitute the Mexican air force. If the United States rejects the request for jets, Gorman said, "Mexico would turn to France, who will sell anything to anyone." Neit...

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

Wednesday, March 11,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 9< Rowdies defeat Pi Phi Packers By DAVID BARBER Daily Reporter The Kerr Rowdies easily advanced to the finals of the women's in- tramural basketball playoffs with a 40-21 victory over the Pi Phi Packers Monday in the PE Building gymnasium. Jennifer O'Neill led the Kerr Rowdies with 12 points, and Angela Kassen added 11. Dayna Capper led the Packers in scoring with 10. A tough man-to-man defense by the Kerr Rowdies was the key to their semifinal victory as they raced to a 28-11 halftime advantage. Brenda Burges, Rowdies coach, said, "Our man-to-man defense was ex- cellent in the contest. Jennifer and Angela played very well for us." The Kerr Rowdies will meet the Hoopers in the championship game of the women's division at 7:40 p.m. today. The Hoopers qualified for the finals with a 31-14 win Monday over the Wild, Wild West. Bruges said, "We have not played the Hoopers before, but I believe the game will feature two well-matche...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Efrem McGowan (L) and Pete Harvey close in on referee Jay Sims Players love to hate referees Bv STEVE WILSON Staff Writer ! remember at the age of 11 playing in an All-Star baseball game. It was the semifinals, and we were losing by one run. In the last inning, we had a man on third base and two outs. The batter bunted a pitch down the first base line, one of those that hugs the chalk and stays fair regardless of any bumps or the slant of the field. The first baseman fielded the bunt, and instead of throwing home to catch the runner heading down the line, he tried to tag the batter. Just as he reached to tag him out, our runner twisted, sucked in his stomach and eluded the tag. We, on the bench, went crazy, beating our gloves on the dugout wall and each anothers' heads as the run scored. We knew we had the momentum, a victory, the finals and a trip to the regional tour- nament would naturally follow. The third base umpire did not s...

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