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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1980

Thursday, March 6,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 I f 1 h I , f I' 1 * 1 [ ^ t J 1 r flti Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY ALL THAT JAZZ—Bill Klnslow, Upper Darby, Pa., graduate student solos with the 5 O'clock West Lab Band. The band performed at an Informal concert in the One O'Clock Lounge Tuesday afternoon. Director praises jazz lab bands Breeder! soys music is No. 1 outlet for personal expression By DAVID JAMES Daily Reporter "I went into music because I couldn't live without it," Leon Breeden of the music faculty and director of NT jazz bands, said in a recent interview. While in junior college, Breeden got the urge to perform. After performing in several symphonies and polka bands, Breeden said he decided to become a teacher because he wanted to spend more time with his family. "My No. I loves are my family and playing the clarinet," he said. He played the clarinet through high school, college, in the military and for NBC in New York. "I gave up 25 years of my life to perform," Bre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 6,1980 Happy heckler cheers Union patrons I Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY Lura Mae McKinney By MAUREEN DEAHL Special Writer It was noon and the University Union was filling with students and teachers. "I'm starving," a girl said to her com- panion as she grabbed her tray at the grill. "How about you?" "I just lost my appetite," he said, star- ing at the test paper in his hand. "Say, sugar!" came a shrill voice. "You going to order some food or stand there and stare at that paper all day?" The student looked up to see a woman behind the counter looking sternly at him through huge tortoise-shell glass. "I GOT JUST the cure here for flunked tests," she said. "How about a cheeseburger? We're better than Burger King, but not quite as good as Mc- Donald's. We'll still let you have it your way, though Get it? Have it your way?" The irrepressible antagonist of the NT grill was at it again—kidding, com- forting and generally working her charms on those...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1980

Thursday, March 6,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 f J 1 I , ( , <, NT female cadet blazes trail in sky Cadet Capt. Cathy McDonnell, Col- linsville senior, became the first NT Air Force ROTC woman cadet to be chosen for pilot training in the Air Force last week. "I was very surprised when I found out I was chosen. I knew there was a lot of competition," Ms. McDonnell said. "I keep wondering what do I do next? "I've always wanted to be a pilot. My high school counselor knew how much I wanted to fly, so he arranged it so I could come to NT. I came to NT because it has an ROTC detachment. "Flying is more exciting than any other career I can think of," Ms. Mc- Donnell said. "I'd be bored doing anything else." Until three years ago, women were not allowed to enter pilot training. "I KNEW the chance for me to become a pilot was slim, but I knew the Air Force would be the first to modern- ize and allow women to become pilots. I just had to wait and see." Lt. Col. Philip Moore, NT Air F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY NT racks up wins Club raises record to 6-4 By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer The North Texas baseball club raised its record to 6-4 with a win over Midwestern Tuesday and a split of a doubleheader with Dallas Baptist Col- lege Monday. "We are coming along well as a team," first-year Coach Blane Bartley said. "Our defense is playing well and our pitchers have been the key to our success against some tough teams so far. NT won the first game against Richland Community College Feb. 28, 6-2, but the second game was called after five innings because Richland baseball Coach John Stanson had to take his children home from a babysitter, Kyle Hope, Richardson senior, picked up the victory in relief pitching the last three innings. Shortstop Mike Zier, Iowa junior, hit a three-run home run in the 10th inning 10 give NT the cushion it needed. NT won the opening game against DBC, 4-3, but dropped the nightcap, 4- 2. Kevin Adolf, Sherman sophomore, got the victory in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1980

\ I The North Te xas Daily FRIDAY, MARCH 7,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 87 (ji : ' 1 ' *''0- ■ 3' \ «. I', i. \ 2*>#f *j Pholo by KAREN CLARK A SPRINKLE A DAY—Groundswoman Barbara Windham of Denton waters a tree growing near the Administration Building. Trees and small shrubs on campus are oeing hand watered because the recent cold weather makes It difficult to use the sprinkler system. Judge disputes allegations, replies to commission reprimand By BILL C'HRISTENSF.N Staff Writer District Judge Bob Scofield replied Thursday to a state Commission on Judicial Conduct public repri- mand issued Wednesday, charging he was willful and persistent in his conduct and he cast public discredit on the judiciary. Scofield disputed each allegation. The reprimand alleges Scofield told the executive director of the commission that his mother loaned him money to pay an Internal Revenue Service judgment, but the commission later found that at least 510,000 of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1980

Editorials Proper judicial conduct District Judge Bob Scofield has consistently demonstrated a lack of judicial temperance and a dis- respect for the American legal system. The Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct quite properly reprimanded Scofield Monday alleging improper conduct. It is unfortunate the commission did not recommend the State Supreme Court remove Scofield from office, opting instead to issue only a reprimand, which carries no fine or penalty. Allegations in the reprimand, including his forbidding a Denton County grand jury to release its report on Denton County government and his berating jurors for finding a defendant innocent of attempted murder, cry for his removal or resignation from office. The commission's reprimand alleges Scofield ac- cepted 58,000 in Ranger baseball tickets from Earl Robinson, former owner of Krestmark Industries in Lewisville; and accepted $10,000 to $20,000 in personal loans from two Denton lawyers practicing in Scofield's court. These ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1980

Friday, March 7,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 ( DANCING IN THE DARK—Sandi Combest, resident artist and dance coordinator at NT, dances In "I Yen for Egg Rolls and Chinese Vegetables." The dance was choreographed by Tim Sline, a former member of Dance Theater of the Southwest. Denton hosts dance troupe A modern dance concert will be performed by members of the Dance Theater of the Southwest and guest artists at 8 p.m. today in the Denton Civic Center. The dance theater members scheduled to perform include Carl Rowe, Nancy Drotning and Sandi Combest. Ms. Combest is a resident artist and dance coordinator at NT. Guest artists Kelly Holt and Kathryn Karipides are faculty members of the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Each of the si* dances are thematically and formally distinct, Ms. Drotning said. "The thing that's nice about is that there's something to be enjoyed by everyone, no matter what his taste in dance may be." "Monkey Chant," performed by Ms. Combest, M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY r'' Friday. March 7,1980 i Photo by KAREN CLARK STARRY SABRE STEP—Dorian Barton, The Colony senior, executes a move during an ROTC Sabre Corps drill team practice. Outdoor event to benefit artists Money, job worries cause abuse Violence in American families increases By ANNETTE HAMMONDS Daily Reporter Tired of the endless crying, Susan threw her three-month-old daughter, Janet, out the window of their third- story apartment building. Baby Janet was the victim of the widespread and ever-increasing night- mare of domestic violence. Although most instances of family violence are not as severe as the case of Susan and Janet, it occurs in more than half of U.S. households. About SO million people annually fall victim to physical harm at the hands of another family member. STATISTICS from a study funded by the National Institution of Mental Health state: Each year as many as 65 million children are harmed by parents or other family members; spouse abuse occurs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1980

Friday, March 7,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 / ( Donors to offer 'gift of life' Group schedules drive The Gift of Life committee ii con- tinuing preparations for its annual spring blood drive to be held in April. Donor sign-up days will be April 1 and 2. Sign-up tables will be set up throughout campus and in dor- mitories. People may donate blood April 15 and 16 in the Silver Eagle Suite of the University Union. "If we really hustle, 1 think we can get as many as 700 pints of blood this year," said Dr. David R. Fitch, faculty adviser to the committee. The committee began preparations for the spring drive Tuesday. The donated blood will go to the Wadley Blood Banks of Dallas and Denton for NT students, faculty and staff members and their families. "Everyone within the NT family will be covered whether they give or not," Dr. Fitch said. "Hopefully, we can get enough to continue the program." About 75 percent of the donated blood will be given to the Dallas and Fort Worth chapters...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1980

PAGF 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY - TT" Frlday, March 7,1980 NCAA Regionals to test Aggie's talent By DAVID MOORE Staff Writer The 1979-80 basketball season has been an impressive one for Texas A&M. The Aggies have gone 24-7, won the Southwest Conference regular season title and postseason tournament and have made the National Collegiate Athletic Association playoffs for the first time since 1975. The rumors, however, are still there. The Aggies have the talent, but not the court sense. Is it true what a Sports Illustrated article said last week, that the team is not intelligent enough to win in the playoffs? "I GUESS THAT guy came out to see us play and found out our secret," joked A&M Coach Shelby Metcalf in a Thursday afternoon press con- ference. "And sure, I guess you could say he was right. You could probably take our coaches and players to the College Bowl and we wouldn't do too well. "But fortunately, we won't have to take a mentality test before we play Bradley." The Agg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 83RD YEAR NO. 88 ; ( Commissioner retains optimism about revenue sharing program City may evaluate GTE rate proposal Following a week of lobbying in Washington, D.C., for continuation of the federal revenue sharing program, County Judge Jerry Crawford said Mon- day he is more optimistic about the program's future than when he left Denton last week. "We won't know for sure (about the program) until May," Crawford said. Commissioner Lloyd Odle said federal funds are in jeopardy of being cut because of a drive in Washington to cut the federal budget. Odle said the revenue sharing program is an easy target for cutting because few employees would be laid off if the program were discontinued. The county received $307,000 of its 1979 budget from federal revenue shar- ing funds. The 1980 county budget, which is set at more than $6.15 million, includes $324,595 in revenue sharing funds. The revenue shar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, March 11,1980 \ r { Editorials Questionable entrapment Recent Federal Bureau of Investigation sting opera- tions such as Abscam and Brilab have focused public at- tention on the always mysterious operations of the FBI. With all the publicity, secret agents might capture the popular imagination: FBI agent turned folk hero. The reaction to these activities, however, has been far from uniformly pro-FBI. Critics of the operations — and not only those who got stung — are questioning the legality of methods used to sting congressmen and Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives Billy Clayton. The most obvious objection is that FBI-generated bribes might constitute entrapment. The basis for this objection is as simple as the notion that law enforcement officials should be investigating crime, not causing it. But defining entrapment is not so simple. It is a matter for the courts. If recipients of FBI stings can demonstrate entrap- ment, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

Tuesday, March 11,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ' • I ; « . j • i ! i ■ i . . \ %'d. 9mxr Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY SPINNING WHEEL —John Fulwood, Denton demonstration at the Art Department. Fulwood Is a graduate student, shapes a ceramic pot In a graduate assistant In the ceramics division. 7 Sow The Wind' reveals excitement of the high country A multi-media production titled "I Saw The Wind," will be presented in The Lyceum tonight at 7:30 and will feature slides taken by mountain climber Bob Jamieson and music performed by Mark Thompson. The artists, from Estes Park, Colo., have traveled throughout Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri and Oregon with their show, presenting it on college and university campuses. They started in a Colorado summer camp, Paul Moore, Union Program Committee director, said. "While wc have solidified our show," Thompson said, "it still changes when one of us sees or feels something new in the material that has not been ex- pressed before." Jamieson's photogra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 11,1980 Tue [ 1 nali fact mal hit I I to aspi whe plar T stan be i Tho stan- be citiZ' Tl our stam decii I I I fan time, degri not thou, erusi I Liter year m Photo by KAREN CLARK PIE IN THE EYE—Florencio Rodriquez, San Antonio sophomore, hits Billy Brown, Bay City junior, with a whipped cream pie. Residents of the A200 wing of Bruce Hall were hired as hitmen Friday as part of the dor- mitory's carnival. Report lists Texas job conditions Study informs students of occupational supply, demand By JOETTA PAYNE Special Writer Students who do not know how their majors fare in the job market may find themselves without jobs after gradua- tion. Or worse, in jobs that have nothing to do with their majors. To help students, particularly graduating seniors, learn more about their individual fields, the Advisory Committee of the Coordinating Board: Texas College and University System has written a report on "Postsecondary Educational Supply and Occupat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

Tuesday, March 11,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Icl- rs- ln" ley Ihe hot Ifor | ra I lot Itd- |we it Ihut lor, Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY IS IT CHILI YET? Tom Drozd, Lake Dallas sophomore, left, and Kenneth Glenn of Lake Dallas stir a pot of chili at the annual Pike Chili Cook-off at the Denton County Fairgrounds. There were 22 entries in the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity cook-off this weekend. First place, $200, went to Jack Martin of Dallas; second, $75, went to Jack Mason of Wichita Falls; third place, $50, went to Glen Gomez, Dallas freshman; and Randy Newhouse, Denton freshman, won a plaque for the worst chili. Campus Calendar I odH) all day I p rti 3 30 p.m 6 p.m. 7 30 p.m. 8 p m 8:15 p.m. 8 15pm Last day to drop a course or with- draw from the university without permission of academic dean Hickory Street Brass Quintet, University Union Courtyard Sculpture Exhibition: Jim Pomeroy, Art Building Gallery Management Seminar "Creating Productive Relationships," Uni versity Union 411....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Service provides free legal advice Many college students who are vic- tims of consumer fraud and other illegal practices are eligible for free legal as- sistance from West Texas Legal Service. Not many students use the service, Rick Griffin, Denton attorney, said. "I don't know whether they know about it or not." Students with legal or economic problems might be eligible for free legal aid if they show an inability to pay for counseling. Griffin said. The service determines eligibility on the basis of a person's responses to ques- tions about available income. The ser- vice asks about savings, scholarships and financial support from parents and whether a person has a car, he said. West Texas Legal Services assists clients in civil cases such as benefits, utility, housing, health and medical care, family law and consumer disputes. The service does not handle criminal or fee-generating cases such as workmens' compensation or personal injury cases. Students...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

re pr ln re I Tuesday, March 11,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 . i i lat h' fiiC id Ibe Till Earth Wind & Fire takes basketball title By KEVIN P. JACKSON Daily Reporter Bruce Brown scored 17 points and 6- 11 K.C. Cooper controlled the boards to lead Earth Wind & Fire to a 63-57 vic- tory over the Average White Boys in the Men's Intramural Championship Basketball game Sunday night in the Men's Gym. The Average White Boys jumped to an early 13-8 lead behind the shooting of Mark Piepinbrok and Kerry Ezell, but then became cold. Earth Wind & Fire took advantage of the Average White Boys' cold streak, scoring 18 straight points and grabbing an I l-point lead, 26-15. Ezell got Average White Boys on track with an inside jumpshot, but Earth Wind & Fire kept the heat on with scor- ing shots from Charles and Bruce Brown. Ezell and Piepinbrok chipped at the Earth Wind & Fire lead and managed to cut it to eight at the end of the first half, 36-28. Earth Wind & Fire co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 March 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 11,1980 Britton leads Aggies past Tar Heels By DAVID MOORE Staff Writer It took a while, but Texas A&M Coach Shelby Metcalf finally believes he understands guard David Britton. "David and I had problems com- municating in the past, but I think we've ironed all that out now," Metcalf said. "For instance, he came up to me last year and asked, 'Coach, how come when Earvin Johnson (Los Angeles Laker starting guard) does things it's magic, and when I do things it's hotdog?' "Well, last year 1 thought a lot of it was hotdog. But this year, I'd have to say it's magic." AND THE MAGIC was there Sunday afternoon as Britton dazzled with his dribbling, hexed with his presence and conjured up enough buckets to help the Aggies past North Carolina, 78-61, in double overtime. The victory fives A&M a 26-7 record, the best the school's history, and lifts the Agg o the Regional semifinals this wi I with Missouri, Lousiville and Loi la State Universit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 89 / A ■I I I 'I i I J E D £ O Denton dwellers to discuss designs for decade By LAIJRA HAYNES Staff Writer and SHARON SPARKMAN Daily Reporter City design and the quality of life and educa- tion are topics included in an organizational meeting of Denton '80s at 7:30 p r.i. Thursday. Denton '80s will meet at Denton High School in a meeting designed to let citizens organize and discuss goals for the city, put recommendations into a report, publish the report in November and submit it to the Denton City Council. "It's like a town hall meeting, that's what it amounts to," Mayor Pro-Tem Ray Stephens said. "It is an excellent way for community members to shape the community's future. The success of an endeavor like this will depend on the level of participation of the citizens." Dr. Stephens, who was temporary chairman of the steering committee for the program, said he hopes to have se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

11 C ommentary The North Texas Daily Editorials Page 2 Wednesday, March 12,1980 1TIE ANAZiNGi DiSP0^g£ CONGRESSMAN"! -~yO*,?ff**'T-T-r J ^rr~ Traffic laws jam drivers The Denton City Council may have carried a good thing too far last week when it amended six parking or- dinances. The amendments, which become effective March 18, were ratified to strengthen police authority in enforcing city parking ordinances. Denton has a backlog of more than $50,000 in unpaid parking fines, and the amend- ments are aimed at cracking down on habitual parking offenders. Three amendments extend the hours of parking meter enforcement to 6 p.m., expand police officers' authority to remove vehicles within the city limits and authorize the sale of impounded vehicles. The amendment expanding police officers' authority to remove vehicles within city limits was needed. Of- ficers will be authorized to have towed vehicles blocking private driveways; vehicles left unattended on bridges or viaducts or in tunnel...

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