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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

Wednesday, March 12,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 I I 1 s d Is P- in :n to he rd ter I Kit I Production to Span Globe Spring takes KMidsummer' tour to Odessa Photo by TFRRY MASKER Jay Trimble plays Puck on tour with "Midsummer" The NT division of drama is planning to tour its production of "A Midsum- mer Night's Dream" to the Odessa Globe Theater March 20-22, Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton, division faculty member, said. The NT production was presented last semester in the University Theater. Mar- jorie Morris, coordinator and founder of the Odessa Globe, and members of her production staff saw the production and invited the show to participate in their annual Shakespeare Festival held at the Globe each spring. DR. HAMILTON toured his produc- tion of "The Taming of the Shrew" last year at Gainesville and was convinced a tour for "Midsummer" was feasible, he said. The tour was proposed to the cast and they agreed to spend their spring break rehearsing and performing the show. Hamilton s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

JO Wednesday, March 12,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Citizens debate nuclear development Ilk Ihe Ire- | he vo [he I ler |)ts, in | he lal in it IMI Photos by TERRY HASKER Randall Smith By KAREN BALL Daily Reporter Significantly different claims, based on comparable studies and research, were presented by members of the debate team and members of Denton CARHS on the issue of declaring a moratorium on the construction of nuclear power plants. The debate was held Monday in the One O'Clock Lounge. "There are inherent problems in nuclear power: reactor safety, waste management, unknown effects of radia- tion and escalating costs," Deborah Wesley, a member of Denton Citizens Against Radioactive Energy Sources, said. When considering approval of a nuclear power plant, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission tests only the basic design of the plant because the cost of a full-scale test is too high, she said. IN 1978 THERE were 2,835 incidents in the 72 nuclear power plants in the country, Ms....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

r'-~r.*-:-, j~r ■ PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 12,1980 Refunder takes free lunch home Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY Aunt Trash sifts through coupons Cases exceed record Rabies bites Texas By VIVIAN HALL Daily Reporter While many consumers complain about the rising cost of food and the ef- fect it is having on their budgets, Mitzi Eades of Lake Dallas is able to feed her four children, husband and herself without spending any money. She once paid for $124.26 of groceries using only coupons. Another time she bought $112.36 of groceries using only coupons—and received 48 cents in change. Ms. Eades, also known as the Coupon Queen and Aunt Trash, claims to have cut her $400 a month grocery bill to nothing. By taking advantage of refund offers from manufacturers, Ms.Eades said she gets enough back to equalize what she spends in cash. "My biggest day was when I got $28.25 in cash and a can of corn in the mail." MS. EADES, along with 1 million U.S. shoppers, is a refunder. By sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

Wednesday, March 12,1960 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Eagle netters split pair By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter The Mean Green women's tennis team beat the University of Kansas Monday in Denton, 8-1, and the men lost, 5-4. The women won all but one singles match and the men won all three doubles but only one singles match. "I THINK our men are really beginning to play well in doubles," Coach A.G. Longoria said. "We were a little flat in singles, but I think that came from the long trip to Corpus Christi over the weekend." Longoria said the number one singles player, Gary Coetzee, broke a small bone in his foot during the weekend and had to miss the match with Kansas. A doctors report was due sometime Tuesday, and there was the chance Coetzee would be ready for today's match with Kansas State. "I was a little disappointed by our singles play, but I guess it was because of the long trip. I am really not sure,' " Longoria said. "OUR WOMEN have worked a lot on doubles play. We really pl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 March 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 12,1980 t )$kaa> Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY JUST BARELY—NT second baseman Mike Zler at- tempts to tag out Emporia State runner Gary Zych in the first game of a double-header. Zych was safe, and the Hornets went on to defeat the Eagles, 9-2, Women achieve honors By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter Last Saturday five women from NT achieved Ail-American status at the As- sociation of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Indoor National Meet in Columbia, Mo. They are the first female NT tracksters to be named All-American runners. Leana Hocking is a two-time All- American as she took second in the 1,000-meter and ran the third leg of the mile relay. Joining Hocking on the mile relay were Debra Pinnix, Joan Ben- nett and Julie Bergeron. Hocking ran a 2:42.49 in the 1,000- meters. "I was so nervous that it probably made me run better. The girl who beat me (Chris Mullins from Georgetown), was right behind me throughout the first part of the race. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 March 1980

\l I The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, MARCH 13,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS 63RD YEAR NC. 90 Task force probes phone rate hike By KAREN BALL Daily Reporter The city of Denton will be part of a con- solidated case to be presented to the Texas Public Utilities Commission to determine whether General Telephone Co.'s request for a $58 million a year rate increase is necessary. The task force will examine GTE's liabilities and profits to determine what cost increases are needed, C.J. Taylor, city at- torney, said. City Manager Chris Hartung was authorized by the City Counci' to pay $7,020 into the collective funding effort, which will pay for the services of Touche Rosse & Co. as rate consultants. If needed, McMorries & Associates will be hired as engineering con- sultants. The Texas Municipal League is sponsoring the joint effort among the 11 cities that would be affected by the rate increase: Denton, Irv- ing, Aransas Pass, Garland, Grapevine, Spearman, Lames...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 March 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, March 13,1980 i Editorials NT: Just an example? The investigation is over. After almost a year of examining allegations of finan- cial mismanagement at NT, the House General Investigating Committee has given its evidence to several district attorneys and the NT Board of Regents. The problem with this situation is that the investiga- tion should be beginning instead of drawing to a close. In its report, the committee cites illegal conduct in- cluding misappropriation of several types of funding into salary supplements for former President C.C. Nolen, using state funds to pay expenses incurred in ob- taining an FCC charter, spending educational founda- tion money for political contributions and giving guber- natorial candidate John Hill supporters a cut-rate Coliseum rental. Those people involved in the investigation are to be commended for doing a thorough job of revealing these misdeeds and bringing a change of attitude concerning th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 March 1980

r * ♦ - i X j ( i i ! ' Thursday, March 13,1980 UPC awards prizes in writing contest By PERnv MYKLEBY Daily Reporter Paul Nelson, Marshfield, Wis., sophomore, won the grand prize in the UPC-sponsored songwriting contest for his pop composition, "I'll Take When the Wind Blows." The grand prize, a four-hour recording session at Crystal Clear Studios in Dallas, was awarded for the most outstanding number out of four categories—jazz, country, pop and rock. Cash prizes were awarded the best three songs in each of the categories. The Nelson composition is the pop category winner. Second place winner is D'Lyne Hudson, Denton senior, with "Waitin' Days." Third prize for a pop composition went to Denton senior Gerard Hairston for "Everything I Need is in You." The rock category had two places awarded as judges said only two of th' entries deserved awards. First place for a rock composition went to Fort Worth junior Charles Feyt for "Gusting Winds." "Good Lovin' Tonight," writ- ten by Perryto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 13,1980 Fingers talk for students in sign language class Student demonstrates R There is a language course offered on campus that is not much to speak about. Pronunciation and dialect are of little importance to members of this class. it is a sign language class taught by Debbie Henry, an instructor of the rehabilitation department. Each Mon- day night from 5:30 to 8:30 in Oak Street Hall, 26 beginning students work on learning signs for words and phrases. The class begins with roll call — not orally, but in sign language. Students are required to answer roll for each other, giving them practice in recognizing let- ters and phrases, Mrs. Henry said. After roll is checked, students form groups and word practice begins. Symbols for words associated with time are formed by each student's hands. Their hands "speak" of yesterday, today and tomorrow. The body is the time line, Mrs. Henry said. The future is to the front of the body and the past...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 March 1980

Thursday, March 13,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Working out Students consider PE course requirements Editor's note: Daily photographer Karen Clark selected students on campus for a survey on NT Physical Education require- ments. The question asked students was, "If you could change the Physical Education requirement, would you? If so, how?" Avenu' Sanders, ( larkstille junior— I think physical activity plays an important role in developing stu- dents. It also gives students a break from studying. I'm glad it's required. Chris Schnaithman, Piano sophomore— Yes. It shouldn't be required. Peo- ple who want or need it should be able to take it without having the classes full of peo- ple who have to tak<* it. Sanders Schnaitaman Chris Babiak, Jenkintown, Penn., sophomore— Yes. I feel that people don't keep themselves as fit as they should, and a more rigid set of requirements would achieve this goal. Sara Cowan, New Lenox, III., freshman— Yes. I'd cut the re- quirement in half. I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday. March 13,1980 Faculty member recalls 25 years Former gridder earns living coaching, teaching HPER pool delay hurts swim club By LOU ANN KUNSHICK Special Writer "I've been lucky. I've had the best of breaks and I wouldn't have wanted it any other way," Kenneth Bahnsen, former pro football player, coach and now member of the health, physical education and recreation said of his 25 years at NT. Bahnsen, originally from Vinton, La., played three years of football at Tyler Junior College and three years at NT. He was allowed to play for six years because eligibility rules were altered in the late 1940s for returning World War II veterans. In 1952, Bahnsen set the NT record for most yards rushing in a season. Ber- nard Jackson, a current member of the Mean Green squad, broke that 27-year- old record in 1979. After receiving bachelor's and master's degrees from NT, Bahnsen spent a year playing professional foot- ball for the San Francisco '49ers. "One...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 March 1980

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 91 Minorities question fund redistribution By VIVIAN HALL Dally Reporter Amid accusations of unfair treatment by a coalition of minority students, Dean of Students Joe Stewart said no minority programs will be cut during the 1980-81 Fiscal year. Members of NT chapters of the National As- sociation for the Advancement of Colored Peo- ple, the Black Coalition and La CAUSA (Chicanos Actively United for Social Ad- vancement) are demanding a revision of the Stu- dent Service Fee Committee's proposal to rechannel funds from the Intercultural Service budget to other organizations. If the recommendations are approved by the administration, $8,000 will be diverted from Intercultural Services to the Union Program Committees and a $14,000 work-study program will be eliminated. Domingo Garcia, coalition member, said the group was surprised by Dr. Stewart's recom- mendation of a $3,925 budget f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 March 1980

Editorials Primarily political fun Texas Democrats, although they have no favorite son candidate as they did in the 1976 election, have decided to play the presidential preference primary game — for the sheer fun of it. The State Democratic Executive Committee has decided against common sense and the wishes of party leadership and the major Democratic candidates to add a non-binding presidential preference poll to the regular primary ballot. Holding a presidential preference straw-vote is designed to draw more Democrats to the polls May 3 and somehow draw attention from the Republican primary. But since the Democratic presidential primary will be non-binding, it is difficult to understand how goals for the primary will be met. More Democrats will probably vote in the Republican primary, since their votes will have a definite impact on the national election. The Democratic primary, besides being a mere popularity contest, may not be a contest, considering President Carter's recent lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 March 1980

. f < * Friday, March 14,1980 Dallas film festival features retrospective, premieres Dallas' 10th annual USA Film Festival will be March 21-30 at the Bob Hope Theater on the SMU campus, beginning with an opening night gala at the Loews Anatole Hotel. Rouben Mamoulian will be featured, along with four of his films in the two- evening "Great USA Director Retrospective." Mamoulian worked with Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich in several films and directed the first color feature film, "Becky Sharp" (I935). Mamoulian will present "Queen Christina" starring Greta Garbo, "Silk Stockings," starring Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse and "Love Me Tonight" and "Blood and Sand," starring Tyrone Power and Rita Hayworth. Hayworth will attend the screening of "Blood and Sand" and, along with Mamoulian, discuss the films and answer questions from the audience. The festival includes showings of the best short animated, experimental and documentary films of 1980. There will be five days of premieres o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 March 1980

' I ' « PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 14,1980 / Photo by KAREN CLARK MOPED MOTORIST—Sara Ziegler, Dallas freshman, starts her moped before an afternoon drive from NT to her Denton apartment. She averages about 100 miles per gallon with the bike. ~n Earthware's Final Liquidation On all Fixtures and Merchandise in Stock Prices are slashed 30% to 60% OFF on our entire inventory Look for Special Savings this Sunday, March 16,1980 from 12 p.m.-6 p.m. ecirthwore 114 Fry St. Open 10-6 Mon-Sat Women enroll despite convention By TRICIA WILCOX Daily Reporter A senior interior design major enrol- led at NT two years ago after 25 years of marriage and two children. Her decision was not unusual, considering the in- creasing number of women who are returning to school. What is unusual is that for the past year and a half, Marge Simmons has lived in Garland while her husband maintains an apartment in Cincinnati. Mrs. Simmons, like other women in- terviewed for this article, requested ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 March 1980

1 ' t - I Friday, March 14,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 ' I « .1 Photo by PAM LOVE PINBALL WIZARDRY—Kuo-dow Huang, Denton graduate student, participates in a pinbail tournament in the University Union Syndicate. First place was won by Nasser Karimloo, Denton junior; second place by Khalid Ben-lssa, Denton senior; third place by Steve Krantz, Spring junior; and fourth place by Allen Crews, Mount Pleasant freshman. Karimloo and Ben- lssa received trophies. Talk show host speaks on interviewing tactics By CATHY WALENSKY Daily Reporter Television is moving toward more people-oriented programming, Charlie Rose, metroplex talk show host, told a psychology class Wednesday. Rose, who hosts "The Charlie Rose Show" weekdays on Channel 5, spoke to Dr. Lawrence Schneider's in- terpersonal rela- tions class on his perspective as an interviewer and how he establishes relationships with his guests. "More than 40 percent of the shows I do have some psy- chological value," Rose said. He said th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 March 1980

•aeawp". PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Netters shut out opponents Team plays in Border Olympics By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter The men's tennis team beat Kansas 9- 0 and the women beat Wichita State 9-0 Wednesday in Denton matches. The men had no trouble defeating Kansas State, winning all matches easi- ly. The only trouble came from the high winds. NT's top singles player, Gary Coet- zee, who broke his foot last weekend, was unable to return to action playing sixth singles. "Gary played pretty good, but he had trouble moving," NT tennis Coach A.G. Longoria said. "1 was very impressed with the men's play. We arc beginning to look better every time we play. The men are getting more consistent and tougher mentally. The doubles play is getting about where 1 want it," Longoria said. The women handed Wichita State a loss with few problems. All of the women won their matches. Ellen Hopkins, NT's fifth singles player, was losing to Greta Siemens 3-2 in the first set when two people who ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, MARCH 25,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 83RD YEAR NO. 92 Board members question faculty raises By BILL CHRISTENSEN Staff Writer Although two college coordinating board members reacted favorably to a recommended $233 million increase in college faculty salaries, both think more study is needed before granting the increase. The increase approved by the Special Com- mittee on Higher Education Financing was $41 million more than the $192 million approved by the coordinating board at its last meeting. The estimated 35 percent increase is designed to restore 1969 purchasing power to faculty salaries. "I'm all for increasing salaries," board member Herbert Schiff said, "but we need to in- clude fiscal responsibility. We need to look at the budget. We certainly don't want to raise taxes. "Granted, teachers' purchasing power has declined and everyone is having problems dur- ing this inflationary period. But I don't think we should arbitrarily ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

Editorial New nuclear regulation Although President Carter's plan to revamp the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the increased concern of the nuclear industry about saftey are a positive sign, they do not negate the possibilty of another major nuclear accident. The president will send a plan to Congress this week to reorganize the NRC. The plan includes a provision to strengthen the chairman and put him in sole command in the event an accident. Under the plan, which is designed to end Fighting among commissioners, the chairman may make key appointments, including chief of staff. This is an important step because the commis- sion's handling of Three Mile Island proves a reorganization is long overdue. A New York Times article a month after the acci- dent, based on interviews with the commissioners, said the commission was so politicized during the year preceding the accident that it failed to act on 12 separate reports of cooling equipment failures at the plant and was incapable of ...

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