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

Friday, March 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Film festival to open with gaia, previews Dallas' llth Annual USA Film Festival will begin with an Opening Night Gala at 6:30 p.m. today in Dallas. The festival runs through April 5 and will be in SMU's Bob Hope Theater. The Opening Night Gala will include a champagne reception at the Loew's Anatole Hotel. At 7:30 p.m., the festival will premiere "Lion of the Desert," produced and directed by Moustapha Akkad and starring Anthony Quinn and Irene Papas. At 10 p.m., there will be an on-stage discussion with Akkad, Quinn, Oliver Reed and Rod Steiger, which will follow with a late night dinner at 10:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday a film retrospec- tive on Robert Wise, film festival direc- tor, will be held. "The Sand Pebbles" will show at 2 p.m Saturday, "The Set- Up" will show at 7 p.m. Saturday, "The Day the Earth Stood Still" will show at 9 p.m. Saturday, "I Want To Live," will show at 7 p.m. Sunday and "The Haun- ting" will show at 9 p....

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 27,1981 Counselor tries giving prisoners break—after jail By MARY KATE O'GRADY Special Writer As the bars slam shut behind him, he takes that all too familiar walk down a long corridor in the county jail. Recognizing him, a few inmates yell, "Hi, Terry, how's it going?" As he waves back, he thinks how lucky he is that he actually will be leaving in a few hours. Terry Rogers, Maud graduate student, is not and never has been a prisoner, but working in the county jail is one of the jobs he has held since enrolling at NT. Rogers enrolled at NT in the fall of 1976 after graduating from Maud High School, majoring in guidance and counseling with a double minor in psychology and sociology. From the spring of 1978 to August 1980, he worked at Denton State School as a recreational supervisor. "I worked with non-ambulatory patients of all ages, supervising their therapy and recreational activities," he said. Working at the school made him aware of the...

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

Friday, March 27,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 i * Campus Calendar 'Today noon noon-l:30p.m 1-5 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7 and 9:30 p. m 7:30 p.m. Mad Dog Woodwind Quartet; part of the Muaic at Noon series; Music Building, student common's area. Women Faculty/Staff Luncheon; University Union faculty lounge; call 788-2648 for more information. Last day of exhibition of "George Sand, 1804-1876;" Historical Collec- tion. American Music Concert by Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Alpha lota and Mu Phi Epsilon; Recital Hall. UPC Movie: "Being There;" tickets SI with student ID; The Lyceum Student Social Work Association Party meeting; contact the social 7and9 30p.m. 8 p.m. 9 p.m. 9 p m.-2 a.m. Sunday 2 p.m. Monday and Supervisors Council Banquet; call Frank Halstead at 788-2045 for more information. "Being There;" The Lyceum. Senior Voice Recital with Meagan Peck, Concert Hall. "No Sweat," reggae band; Rock Bottom Lounge; SI cover. Alpha Kappa Alpha Dance; Uni- versity Union, Silver Eagle Suite; call 382-5...

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

i ;■ PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT soccer coach seeks local talent By DAVID BARBER Daily Reporter Now that the indoor season has concluded, NT soccer coach Richard Lowe is busy recruiting for the April 8th national signing date for high school prospects. "We are just like the Dallas Cowboys when it comes to recruiting," Lowe said. "We just try to get the best players available." Because of a limited budget, he said, NT's recruiting is concentrated in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. "We are fortunate that there is excellent high school talent in the metroplex area." Several quality prospects have expressed interest in signing with NT, Lowe said, but he refused to name any prospects. "In our recruiting, we send out letters to prospects we are interested in and try to bring them in to visit our campus if they are interested in us," Lowe said. "There have been 10 to 15 prospects that have visited our campus so far. Any prospect outside the metroplex area must contact us before we show any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

Gunman shoots Reagan, aide WASHINGTON (AP) — President Ronald Reagan was shot in the chest Mon- day by a gunman who tried to assassinate him with a burst of ,22-caliber bullets that gravely injured White House Press Secretary James S. Brady. Two lawmen also were wounded in the blaze of gunfire outside the Washington Hilton Hotel. Reagan, 70, was reported in stable and good condition after he underwent lengthy surgery for a bullet wound that pierced his left lung, reportedly missing his heart by an inch. "He was at no time in any serious danger," Dr. Dennis O'Leary said. Reagan was "clear of head and should be able to make decisions by tomorrow, cer- tainly," O'Leary said after three hours sur- gery. Brady was shot in the head, and O'Leary said he was critical and still in surgery at 6:35 p.m. CST. There were conflicting reports about his prospects for recovery. "The bullet passed through his brain and came out the other side," O'Leary said of Brady. John Warnock Hinckley Jr. of Ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

- ,r Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, March 31,1981 Editorials Attendance revision A revised class attendance policy, awaiting action by NT President Frank Vandiver, would give faculty members arbitrary power over students' grades and would undermine the concept of equal application of university policies. The Faculty Senate's Academic Affairs Committee approved the policy revision that would allow an in- structor, who informs his students in writing about the necessity of regular class attendance, to request that the registrar drop a student with the grade of F after a stipulated number of absences determined by the in- structor. Also, under the policy, departments and similar academic units would have the authority to establish a departmentwide or coursewide policy in accordance with the revision's stipulations for informing students. Dr. Howard Smith, vice president for academic af- fairs, approved the revised policy and submitted it March 17 to Vandiver, recommen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

V h ,, ••••:> V, ' r:- Tuesday, March 31,1981 Breeden earns award for professional success By LAQUITA DAVIS Daily Reporter Leon Breeden, director of jazz music studies, received this year's Otis Fowler Award from the Denton Chamber of Commerce in recognition of his success as a jazz music educator and his contributions to teaching. TWU President Mary Evelyn Huey presented the award at the annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet held March 19. Mrs. Huey said the honor went to someone who "bestows great benefit to the community at large." The award was named in honor of the first and, up to his retirement in I959, only manager of the Denton chamber. Each year since I959, the award was presented to an outstanding community member, including former NT athletic director Hayden Fry. The award recipient is selected from a list of nominees submitted by the board of directors, former chamber of commerce presidents and past award recipients, A committee composed of five past recipients reviews ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 31,1981 say Poles totter to anarchy MOSCOW (AP) — The Soviet Union issued its grimmest assessment of the situation in Poland Sunday, portraying its Warsaw Pact ally as tottering on the brink of anarchy. In a report broadcast throughout the Soviet Union and overseas, the official Tass news agency said Polish subversives blocked roads and destroyed road signs, tried to seize post offices and a television transmitter and were working to in- timidate police and security agents. A spokesman for Poland's indepen- dent union Solidarity in Warsaw denied the charges, Polish state radio, without referring directly to the Tass report, said there were no obstacles on the road the Soviet agency mentioned. Fine Arts 115 N. Elm St. 387-2412 SI 00 I EVERY TUESDAY THE HOWLING s-s 2r00 3:45 5:30 7:15 9:00 M-F $50 7:15 9:00 Town & Country Twin Elm at I 35 392-9393 00 EVERY TUESDAY SCREEN I NINE TO FIVE NORMA RAY -SCREEN II SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES CALIFORNIA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

' V I « Tuesday, March 31,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Air bands fad gains influx of contestants By BARBARA CORDRAY Staff Writer Air bands are becoming one of the biggest fads of the decade, and NT stu- dents are making their names known as members of the best air bands in Denton and the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The Rock Bottom Lounge held an air band competition last Thursday and Fri- day, choosing winners of each night to compete in the finals this Friday. The winning band for Thursday night was 3 I/2, led by Joe Weber, Lewisville freshman. Friday night's winner was Electrical Storm, led by Sharyn Lewis, Arlington sophomore. Members of the winning team will receive a spaghetti dinner, a pitcher of beer, free passes to all Union Program- ming Committe events for the rest of the semester, a certificate for a "bottomless pitcher of air beer," and the band will play at the Coors festival, on the Denton Fair Grounds April 25, Janet Kennard, manager of the R BL said. The RBL reached...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

1 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 31,1981 Klan members carry flags at Denton NAACP banquet Five robed members of the Ku Klux Klan, carrying Confederate and Klan flags and placards bearing the slogan "Keep Denton White," picketed a NAACP banquet Saturday at the Denton Civic Center. Noble Holland, a postal service employee and a former NT custodian, was honored at the National Associa- tion for the Advancement of Colored People Freedom Fund banquet. Holland received the association's first Fred Moore Award for community service. The Rev. Mark Chew of the NAACP said Moore was an outstanding educator and civic leader in Denton. Included among Moore's accomplishments, Chew said, was helping to get streets in southeast Denton paved in the 1950s. Moore's daughter Alice Alexander, who presented the award, said, "We honor you (Holland) because you have always introduced a positive element to the community." Exalted Cyclops of the Denton Klan chapter, Ron Jackson, charged the ban-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

• kl Tuesday, March 31,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Netter gets pushed into racket Team goes 4-J in Okie tourney The NT women's tennis team com- piled a 4-1 record in round-robin com- petition at the Cowboy-Sooner Classic last weekend in Oklahoma City. Because of bad weather Friday, the tournament was moved indoors. Two teams in the eight-squad field were forced out of the competition because of a lack of playing space. In its first match played outdoors Fri- day, NT, 32-5 for the season, was edged 6-3 by Oklahoma State University, 29-"1. NT tennis coach A.G. Longoria said ex- tremely high winds affected the women during the Oklahoma State match, but he still was disappointed by the their performance. When the tournament moved indoors, the women shook off the bad play that plagued them Friday and won four matches. NT mauled Iowa State Univer- sity 5-0, trounced the University of Arkansas 7-2, downed Oklahoma University 6-3 and shut out Oral Roberts University 6-0. For NT, Ellen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 March 1981

-'« PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Kappa Sigs maul Pikes In men's Greek intramural softball ac- tion Sunday, Kappa Sigma shut out Pi Kappa Alpha 7-0, and Kappa Alpha Psi forfeited to Tau Kappa Epsilon. In women's Greek leauge, Alpha Phi edged Delta Sigma 5-3. In men's independent league, the Lone Stars were mauled by Zomby Woof 19-1 and Kerr Rowdies dominated the Queens 16-0. Sigma Nu blasted Alpha Alpha Alpha in co-rec action. In the other co-rec games, Pi Phi Packers forfeited to Alpha Zi Delta; Kings & Queens fell to Theta Chi 2-1; Penthouse Dirty Dozen minus Two edged the Preps 4-3; Kappa Alpha Rebels slipped by Delta Sigma Phi 8-6; Delta Zeta lost to Sundowners 13-4; and Striders were beaten by Crumley 7-2. In the intramural men's tennis dou- bles tournament held Saturday, Jerome Coleman, Henderson senior, and Reggie Hill, Denton freshman, defeated Larry Pair and Hopp Hopt of Theta Chi 6-3, 6- 1. In women's doubles, Lynn Mason, Waco sophomore, and Katie Holbein, Hebbronville ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1981

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 92 Reagan resumes control from hospital WASHINGTON (AP) — President Ronald Reagan rebounded Tuesday from gunshot sur- gery in good condition and with a strong dose of humor as he signed a major economic bill and resumed command of the country. Vice President George Bush said the chief ex- ecutive was rosy-cheeked and looked robust as he took up presidential business from his hospital bed early Tuesday morning. Bush, meanwhile, assumed the president's day-to-day White House schedule. The 70-year-old president was described by doctors as being in excellent spirits fewer than 24 hours after an assailant's bullet was removed from his left lung. "IT'S PRETTY much business as usual, with the vice president pinch-hitting for the president," Bush spokesman Peter Teeley said. At the White House, lunch-time crowds milled outside the black iron fence under sunny skies. Inside the gates, aid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1981

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, April 1,1981 Editorial SA abolishment Ten percent of NT students will go to the polls today and Thursday to decide who will head the Student Association during the next academic year. About 1,700 students will consider the ballot choices of the Bill Kilnier-Janet Julien and the Mike Player- Cindy Hughes tickets in an effort to elect an SA president and vice president, as well as 21 at-large, three dormitory and two graduate representatives. However, students have a third option: a write-in campaign to abolish the Student As- sociation. This semester, the SA supported the Transportation Enterprises Inc. shuttle bus, the debate team and reduction of the housing requirement; published an apart nent guide; cosponsored a free income tax service with Beta Alpha Psi; sponsored a car pool service from the metroplex to Denton; established a tenants' file of complaints on poor apart- ment management; and sought increased stu- dent representat...

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

Wednesday, April 1,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 it Photo by ERIC GAY Dr. Anshel Brusilow directs Steve Austin of the Grand Chorus As the 100-plus voice NT Grand Chorus and the Symphony Orchestra join to perform a concert, the stage will be loaded with a combination of more than 200 singers, musicians and instru- ments. The performance, Carl Orffs "Carmina Burana," will be at 8:15 p.m. today and Thursday in the Concert Hall of the Music Building. The Chamber Orchestra, directed by Dr. Anshel Brusilow, and The Chapel Choir, directed by Henry Gibbons, will begin the program with "Missa Brevis" by Wolfgang Mozart. The pieces will feature soloists, soprano Susan Hickman, Monroe, La., senior; Alto Chris LaFontaine, Midland junior; tenor Richard Jackson, Denton graduate student; and bass Daniel Ter- razas, El Paso senior. The piece follows after a fairly steady stream of sacred works composed by Mozart in connection with his court duties for Archbishop Hieronymus Col- loredo. Mozart's...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 1,1981 ■5*. « r't •-:4i vV... . v v - ' -%•<*; Students win firsts in advertising contest By JOHNTOOGOOD Daily Reporter Four NT journalism students won first places in the 1981 Student Grand Prix Competition in Houston. Lori Cripe, Marlin senior; Janet Cowgill, Dallas senior; Mike White, Fort Worth senior; and Armando Maese, El Paso senior; collected $100 each in the annual advertising and marketing contest. Tom Doron of the journalism faculty said, "The Student Grand Prix Compe- tition 1981 is held to design, create, write and promote material in a number of different categories." The categories were radio, television, print, brochures, direct mail, outdoor billboard and posters, theme illustra- tions and marketing and media plan- ning. "The Student Grand Prix is designed to create awareness among the target audience of the Swiss Festival and promote attendance by the target audience to the many events of the festival, particularly o...

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

* I Wednesday, April 1,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 % Woman greets age with energy I Photo by STEVLYN STEVENS Florence Jones fixes Ophelia Davis' hair By JULIA FRAZIER Special Writer No one believes Mrs. Ophelia Tilson Davis is really 81. Painted nails and curly silver hair in place, she plays bridge with three dif- ferent clubs at least once a week. Ever since she came to North Texas State Teachers College 55 years ago, she has been involved in service organiza- tions, musical societies and social clubs such as the Golden Eagles, an organiza- tion for 50-year NT alumna. She leads singing at the First United Methodist Church in Denton and works with the Shakespeare Club's Bible department. Mrs. Davis remembers harder times, however, when there were about 8,000 Denton residents and no paved road between Denton and Decatur. When she arrived at North Texas State Teachers College in 1926 to study music, she had no intention of settling down. As was proper for single college women, ...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 1,1981 Players shuffle dominoes after another ride on bus By CATHY WELLS Special Writer Some say it originated in China. Most sources agree it developed more fully in 18th century Italy. Few know how it arrived in Texas, but it arrives at NT each weekday morning on a bus. Before 8 a.m. each weekday, commuter buses begin to arrive at NT from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The buses stop, doors fly open and passengers scatter across campus to classes. Many of the bus drivers, however, head for The Balcony in the University Union. The sound of dominoes being shuffled on a wooden table echoes from The Balcony. A number of Transportation Enterprises Inc. bus drivers begin playing dominoes every day in the Union after they finish their first runs of the day. The drivers include Doug Jenkins and LeRoy Pinkelton, both of Dallas, and Mark Butts of Grand Prairie. Bus drivers Ron White, Garland sophomore, and Ike Keas, Dallas senior, and full-time stu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1981

/ • , L Wednesday, April 1,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 ' 9 * < 'I « I • 5 ymm ^ _ "'-v ' ,„ / ■ '£ ■* v**," -ft -W, ■ .* , '*{' j' *1 N' ~ W .J-.' * 'J . ' ' -*, ' .! ; ■,%*. . v*.*;...„ .. :"> *• - 7o ' ,,, •C •'**' .• "& jfx: Photo by BILL JONES Bob Gardner of Crumley team takes swing hi* r -■ v>. 'BOB' edges Drifters 7-6 In intramural Softball action Mon- day, "BOB" edged the Drifters 7-6, while the Outlaws slid past Alpha Betas 7-6 in the men's residence hall league. In the women's independent league, the Tough Cookies routed Glottal Attacks 20-5, and Just 4 Looks held off the Pro Club 12-11. In co-rec action, the Pro Club shut out the Center for Studies in Aging 1- 0, and Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated the Wisconsin Sleepers 7-4. The Crumley Crunchettes blanked Pi Kappa Alpha 5-0, and Baptist Stu- dent Center mauled Phi Kappa Sigma 10-0. Centerfielder proves coach wrong By DEE DEE THOMASSON Dally Reporter While in high school, Kevin McKin- ney, Richardson senior ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1981

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Athletic depa. iment trims excess fat from operations By STEVE WILSON Staff Writer The NT Athletic Office Building sits at the east end of Fouts Field on the northern edge of the campus. One story, brown brick, flat-roofed and highlighted with thin vertical windows, it appears much like a military bunker protecting the football field from a student assault. When the parking lot, which stretches from the front door eastward to Avenue E, is empty the building assumes the aloof, covert presence of a top secret government installation. It looks like a small-time Fort Knox, a branch office of the Pentagon or a local FBI or CIA headquarters. When you approach it, you get that empty, lonely feeling that something important concerning your destiny is being planned behind the sterile brick walls, and you can do nothing to stop it. When I see the athletic office in this way (the parking lot usually is deserted or close to it), I think of the operations room often ...

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