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

• I 1 I The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 93 « vt-i," • «*? .—ki— il'liSS^' MI •• •> ■' 8|fr J.ijiV • * * I ^ ' ' ' ■" Photo by TERRY HASKER MAKE YOURSELF COMFORTABLE—Ivonne Hernandez Maracaibo, Venezuela, sophomore, relaxes in the sun as she waits for a ride in front of the Historical Building. Today's forecast calls for continuing warm but windy weather with partly cloudy skies. Reagan works from hospital, recovers rapidly Agreement releases grant funds Council averts more delays in BEOG processing By R. DANIEL CAVA/.OS Daily Reporter The processing of thousands of Basic Education Opportunity Grants affecting more than 2,000 NT students should resume within five days because of an agreement reached Wednesday between a House subcommittee and the Higher Education Council. Education Secretary Terrel Bell is ex- pected to announce today his acceptance of the compromise, paving the way for the grant processing to ...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, April 2,1981 Editorial Ku Klux Klan protest Bearing Ku Klux Klan and Confederate flags and placards urging citizens to "Keep Denton White," five robed members of the KKK picketed an NAACP ban- quet last weekend at the Denton Civic Center. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People banquet was in honor of postal service employee and former NT custodian Noble Holland, who was given an award for community service. The 2-year-old Denton KKK chapter's Exalted Cyclops, Ron Jackson, said the group objected to the banquet because he believed its purpose was to en- courage blacks to move to Denton. Jackson claimed blacks are a Communist pawn, readying for the overthrow of democracy. He said Denton Klansmen meet on a regular basis. Banquet guests expressed shock and disbelief at the incident, saying they were unaware that Denton was the home of a Klan chapter. Jackson said some banquet guests went outside the civic center t...

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

Thursday, April 2,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Davis, Dee share literary highlights in Inside Out' Acting duo describes employment dilemma of black performers By JAMES KAIIFIMANN Staff Writer They have been dubbed the black counterpart of the famed Alfred Lunt- Lyn Fontaine theatrical team, but Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, stars of the televi- sion show "With Ossie and Ruby" and the stage show "Inside Out," find the comparison flattering but inaccurate. "The Lunts were theater people," Davis said. "They were a credit to the American stage and made a tremendous and consistent contribution. "The last time I was on Broadway was in 1966." Miss Dee said, "I don't even remember the last time I was on Broadway." What Ossie and Ruby seek is iden- tification with the unique blend of literature and theatricality featured in their television program and their stage production. "We like to think of ourselves as the modern day incarnation of the ancient folk-tale story tellers who, before know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1981

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. April 2,1981 Daily escapades attract students to another world: soap operas By KRISTI M EISE N BACH Daft? Reporter Diana'* body was on the kitchen floor of her apartment in a small pool of blood, and the name An.oe was Antte.1 in blood beside her Sybil had Cliffs baby , and Cliff still is in love ith his wife, Nina. who wants to adopt the baby Jenny does not know that he: baby. Mary, is not really her baby, but is Katrina's baby who was switched by Karen, Jenny's sister, in the hospital after Jenny's real baby died I-ROM II JO am to300pm Mon- day through Friday, N'T students crowd into the University Union television lounge to watch these events happen on their favorite daytime soap operas They bring popcorn, soft drinks, candy bars and even trays from the Campus Chat to eat while watching the soaps Some even do their homework during the show as other students hiss at the villains and appla jd the heroes To many students, watching TV soap opera...

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

Thursday, April 2,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 < Disabled swimmers gain self-assurance in course Photo by MAX STACY SKETCHING THE RAYS—Kim Brown, Houston freshman, Marti Roberson, Gainesville freshman, and Karen Woods, Austin freshman, take advantage of the warm weather and sunshine to draw a few sketches for their Drawing I class. Temperatures climbed to the up- per 80s Wednesday. By ANN CUNNINGHAM Daily Reporter The adaptive swimming class, a physical education course open to stu- dents with handicaps, helps students gain self-assurance, Pam Erwin, instruc- tor of the class, said. "The class was an experimental class last semester with 24 students enrolled, but now it is a fully accredited class," Ms. Erwin said. Students gain confidence about swim- ming, learn skills in the water, such as walking and swimming, and develop cardiovascular endurance, she said. One of the students in the class, Jim Perkins, Whitesboro senior, said he has Campus Calendar lodav all day Dungeons...

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

V 1 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 2,1981 Lodz problems trouble students at Polish university, teacher says By Kill ACBOAYE Daily Reporter Polish university students have joined in a series of strikes against their govern- ment because of deplorable conditions at the nation's colleges and universities, Dr. Marsue Johnson of the English faculty said. Ms. Johnson spoke at the Inter- national Brown Bag Series Thursday. The series consists of informal talks organized by the International Students Council. In a lecture titled "Academia in Poland," Ms. Johnson said she was in Poland between September 1979 and June 1980 for an exchange program between NT and the University of Lodz. "THERE WAS limited time to learn to read and write," Ms. Johnson said. "Library hours were shorter than some class hours. There is no individual ownership of books and some cannot be removed from the library." She said she complained about the shelving system in the library, which had no recognizab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1981

\> l« < f.f Thursday, April 2,1981 r Tim Jackson readies (below) and strains (above) to lift 765 pounds I ■ ' "> i! . ;i, Jt Women face tennis heavies The NT women's tennis team will par- ticipate in the UT-Austin Team In- vitational this weekend in Austin. Other schools participating in the tourney are the University of Southern California, ranked No. I in the country and two time defending national cham- pion; Texas Tech University; No. 10 Clemson University; No. 2 SMU; No. 11 UT-Austin; Florida State University; and No. 3 Trinity University. NT faces UT-Austin in the first round. "Because our first match scheduled for earlier in the season with UT-Austin was rained out, this match will count heavily in the state rankings," NT tennis coach A.G. Longoria said. "Also, UT- Austin will return to play in Denton ." UNEXPECTED PREGNANCY? Services thru the 20th week Awake or Asleep Women's Health Services Dallas, Texas (214) 349-9533—Call Collect Attillaled with Metroplex Gynecol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1981

'* I k i i ) PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 1/ fcfi Thursday, April 2, 1981 Squad rehearses for spring season By ELIZABETH TAYLOR Daily Reporter The NT Songleaders are preparing to perform at the annual preseason spring football scrimmage, the Green-White Game, at 3 p.m. April 11 at Fouts Field. They expect to go to camp this summer with the NT Cheerleaders. The newly elected 1981-82 squad members are Cindy Askins, Texarkana freshman; Nadajalah Bursey, Wichita Falls freshman; Kathy Chappell, Garland sophomore; Vicki Foster, Wills Point junior; Cindy Hayward, Conroe junior; Cindy Hughes, Sanger junior and captain of the squad; Valerie Martinez, Denton graduate student; Dee Dee Murphy, Dallas freshman; and Susie Reyero, Hurst junior. This squad was chosen from 86 appli- cants at tryouts held March 6, Miss Hughes said. The Songleaders will perform at home football and basketball games next year and will perform at the NT vs. UT- Austin football game in Austin this fall. At the last meeti...

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

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 94 Vandiver requests funds to continue lab, institute By MIKE WIGGINS Staff Wri ter NT President Frank Van- diver W9S in Austin this week defending budget re- quests for two NT pro- grams that face termi- nation next year after recommendations by the Legislative Budget Board and Gov. Bill Clements that money for the pro- grams be cut. Vandiver testified be- fore the House Appro- priations Committee Tuesday, asking that the Industrial Training labo- ratory and the Institute for Applied Sciences be funded by the state de- spite recommendations to the contrary from the budget board and the gov- ernor . Vandiver told the com- mittee that NT had fol- lowed the guidelines of the budget board and listed the items in order of priority of need. The ITL and the IAS were listed as the top two items and the most ur- gent needs, but neither received a recommendation for state appropriated funds....

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, April 3,1981 I Editorial Assassination attempt The insanity of violent crime stained the presidency this week. Fortunately, none of the four wounded men have died from the gunman's spray of bullets. But that fact can offer only limited comfort when on the president's life is reviewed in coldness of objectivity. There are questions to be asked, \njohg therr^d^ t the Secret Service take every parole i before the attack? Why was the^ould lowed through the press line at th^-Wash Hotel? To what extent shouldj^he presideJ^l^caipt'K'Buiyi, from the public eye? , "y vjv These are all important questions that will receive due attention in the d^ys ahead. But!lji other matters the attempted av&ssinatioiilhas^t to the nation's attention. «-y1 J -i Crime itself is the most tanglbjfc part;dfc^\pr.( Beneath all the talk of the rising ti^je of v.*6'*' undercurrent of fear, a fear thatjjs sp crime to the once safe suburbs^f America. '^\ People in ...

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

Friday, April 3,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 4 .v ^ s Voertman competitors display winning sculpture, graphics ' ■ Photo by TERRY HASKER Mark Russell and John McAlpin collaborate on collage project Works by winners in the Voertman Competition are on display in the University Art Gallery from noon to 5 p.m. weekdays through April 10. Paul Voertman, owner of Voertman's Gift Shop, donated $750 in awards to win- ners in three categories: Purchase Award, Professional Design Award for advertising, and fashion and interior. Warren Hadler, director of the Hadler Galleries in New York City and Houston, judged the competition. Hadler is noted for establishing the first gallery to show crafts as artwork. He based his decisions on artists' creativity and experimentation with art, he said. Hadler selected the exhibit pieces and recommended which pieces be placed in Mattil's Honor Collection Purchase. The final decision for the Mattil's Honor Collection Purchase is made by the Permanent Coll...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 3,1981 T < l 111 Foreign films focus on culture By NANCY BELL Daily Reporter Films from foreign embassies, con- sulates, tourist organizations and the National Aeronautics and Space Ad- ministration are available on loan from the Media Library in General Academic Building 230. The 16mm films are provided by the German Embassy in Washington, the German Consulate in Houston, the Japanese National Tourist Organization in Dallas, the Canadian Consulate in Dallas and other organizations. Most are foreign films, and many of them discuss the culture of a particular country, assistant media librarian Darrei Pope said. Some of the films were produced in the country's native languages, although other films include English subtitles or were produced in English. Many of the films are ideal for foreign language classes, Pope said, although classes in history, political science, physics and other subjects could benefit from the films. Pope said studen...

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

Friday, April 3,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 i Attorney cites awareness as essential to handicapped Campus Calendar TODAY all day 8 a.m.-5 p.m. By MARK WELTON Daily Reporter More people need to be made more aware of the problems encountered everyday by Lhe handi- capped, Dallas attorney Craig T. Enoch said in a speech Wednesday in the University Union Golden Eagle Suite. Enoch, who represents associations that deal with children's learning disabilities, lectured on 'Law and the Disabled" as part of NT's Handicap Awareness Week. Federal law guarantees Daily rights council error Wednesday's edition of 'Hie North Texas Daily reported incorrectly that the Nigerian Student Union withdrew from the Interna- tional Student Council's International Fair, April 10-16, because of American Student membership on the council. Isaiah Ugboro, Denton graduate student and Nigerian representative on the council, said Thursday the Nigerians withdrew from the fair to protest the council's lack of au...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 3,1981 « Which beer tasted better? m r * I An impossible question? No. The answer is, the beer on the right tasted better. The suds are the tipoff. The head lacing the glass on the right has what brewers call "cling!' Its tendency to cling to the glass tells you that the brewer didn't skimp on the hops. And that it tasted better. Ever taste a beer with no "hop" to it? Hops give a beer its zing. Too little hops leaves a beer lifeless. Too much hops makes a beer bite. But choose a beer with the right proportion of hops to barley malt, and your beer will be lively and refreshing. Yet, still go down nice and smooth. Does your beer have "cling?' To check for "cling',' you need a glass that's "beer clean!' (Never used for milk or soft drinks, never washed in soap*) Pour your beer down the center of the glass to form a 3/4 inch head. See if it leaves rings of foam as you drink. But don't stop at the "cling" test. Make this a full-fledged taste tes...

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

. I , i, 1 Friday, April 3,1981 Netter's optimism keys her success By ROBIN ISAACS Daily Reporter NT's women's tennis team captain, Athena Blair, has a positive outlook on the court that is reflected in her everyday life. "I enjoy life and every aspect of living," Blair said. "I look for the good in every experience I have." Blair, Longview senior, began playing tennis in ninth grade. "I have always been a tomboy," she said. "My high school physical education teacher sug- gested I try tennis since I was good at just about every sport I tried. And like every other sport I try, I got hooked." As in all competitive sports, tennis is a discipline that requires hours of practice. So time is at a premium for Blair. She must divide her time between music and tennis. Majoring in piano, Blair prac- tices piano two hours in the morning and tennis four hours in the afternoon. "I think I will concentrate on tennis for a couple of years after school," Blair said. "That way if the money is good, ...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 3, 1981 !■ 1 ( Coach assesses spring scrimmage Photo by MAX STACY NT quarterback Greg Carter makes pitch in practice By MARK WELTON Daily Reporter The NT football team held Its first spring scr- immage Wednesday, but def- ensive coordinator Ron Gray said it is still too early to make any pre- dictions about how next year's squad will line up. "From what we've seen so far, the kids have looked impressive," he sa i d. "But, it is still too early to make any decisions about who will be playing where. "I wouldn1t want to mention any one player's name and say he has a better chance than the other one. We want to give everyone a chance to prove what they can do." After only three days of workouts in full pads, two players already are sidelined for the remain- der of spring drills because of injuries. QUARTERBACK Rusty Hill, who was listed last week as No. 1 on the depth chart will miss valuable train- ing time because of a bro- ken collarbone. Hi...

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

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1981 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO 95 Krueger stresses U.S. sensitivity toward Mexico By R. DANIKI. CAVA/OS Daily Reporter If U.S.-Mexican relations are to improve, Americans must begin to un- derstand how past U.S. actions have shaped and molded the thoughts and opinions of the Mexican people, former Mexican ambassador Bob Krueger said Monday. Krueger, who was ambassador at large and coordinator for Mexican af- fairs in the Carter administration, is serving as a resident fellow at NT while researching domestic and international energy related areas. Speaking before an audience of I75 people in Business Administration Building 116, Krueger said the Mexican people have not forgotten American in- tervention, discrimination and insen- silivity toward their country. These actions have inflicted "historical scars and pain that continue to be an ever-present factor in the rela- tions between the two countries," Krueger sai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1981

w- h The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, April 7,1981 Editorial Agent Orange effects The federal government continues to ignore veterans' claims of rare strains of cancer, tumors, liver disease and birth defects caused by exposure to Agent Orange, a toxic chemical that was used as a defoliant during the Vietnam War. Although 40,000 veterans filed official complaints of exposure to the deadly chemical and 6,000 filed medical claims with the Veterans Administration, only 24 of those claims have been approved by the VA. Five were for chloracne (a skin rash caused by dioxin, the main ingredient of Agent Orange), 16 for other skin problems and three for cancer. However, in approving the three cancer claims, the VA contends they were service connected and not directly related to the use of Agent Orange by the military. The VA contends Agent Orange exposure does not create medical problems besides chloracne, and that there is no evidence to substantiate the claims. Instead of pursuing re...

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

I* ~ ' Tuesday, April 7,1981 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 New Music Performance Lab to play works of 1960s, 1970s Bv Kill AGBOAYE Daily Reporter The New Music Performance Lab ensemble, founded in 1976 and directed by Thomas Clark, will perform at 8:15 p.m. today in the Concert Hall of the Music Building. Clark said the ensemble, which com- prises 32 students, plays concert music composed during the 1960s and 1970s. The group, he said, focuses on songs with local, national and international themes. The group will perform, "Radiation," by Otto Laske of Massachusetts, "O Sweet Spontaneous Earth" by Bruce Taub of New York, "Antiphon 11" by Michael Horvit of Houston, "Rivalities" by Alice Samter of Berlin, "Haiku of Basho" by Brian Schober of Fort Worth and "Harper's Inquiry," a 1980 composition by Timothy Kloth, Denton graduate student and teaching fellow in the School of Music. Clark said that Kloth's composition was written specifically for the New Music Performance Lab and that this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 April 1981

ill ■ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Council to honor teacher The International Student Council will name its outstanding faculty member at 6:30 p.m. April 16 in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite dur- ing a dinner to end International Week. Council adviser Linda Beard said the selection will be made by a committee headed by council President Adel Al- Jubeir, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, junior. The committee, Mrs. Beard said, will be composed of staff members and stu- dents. Al-Jubeir said naming an outstanding faculty member shows appreciation for contributions to international students' at NT. The selection will signify the role faculty members play in the integration of foreign and American students at NT, Al-Jubeir said. The faculty member, he said, ^iust have assisted foreign students in solving the problems confronting them in their studies and adjustment to their new en- vironment. More information and nomination forms are available at the International Student Office in Kendall...

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