ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: North Texas Daily, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,946 items from North Texas Daily, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,946 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

Tuesday, March 25,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Dancer, choreographer seeks to convey beauty through work Tandy Beal and her dance company in performance By MARIANNE RICHARDS Daily Reporter For 18 years, the goal of Tandy Beal has been to convey beauty and peace to her audience through her dancing, Ms. Beal said. Ms. Beal and the Tandy Beal and Company dance troupe were on campus March 11-14 for a perfor- mance and a series of dance workshops, She attributes her success as a modern dancer and choreographer to fate. "I come from a theatrical fami- ly. It's part of my heritage," she said. Ms. Beal's parents are actor John Beal and actress Helen Craig. "I can't remember a time when I was not involved with dancing," Ms. Beal said. After going through an in- decisive period in her childhood on whether to make dance her career, Ms. Beal decided when she was 14 to study the art. "I saw a performance of the Alwin Nikolais Dance Theater. It was then that I knew I would be dancing with hi...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, March 25,1980 Program helps youths overcome drugs Ti I By SCOTT CAMPBELL Daily Reporter Donna had hopes of being accepted in a school divided by classes of socials, ropers and freaks. Facing a life alone after her parents' death in a car wreck, she began smoking marijuana. Three years later, drugs had turned her life into a nightmare of loneliness, and her attitude toward existence was "I'll get high until 1 die." Because of pressure from friends she made in elementary school, 12-year-old Diana decided "to be cool with her friends" and smoked her first joint. Pale- skinned and 20 pounds lighter, a five-year struggle with drugs left Diana without a home and struggling to find her next high. Clint, after moving into a new neighborhood, sought to keep his old friends, using pot as the common bond. Able to act straight in front of his parents, he came home stoned and secluded himself from his family. Donna, Diana, and Clint's families represented th...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

Tuesday, March 25,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Directors remember lab school years Continued from Page 1 "The days were always busy and ex- citing," he said. "Students and teachers always planned together what they would do next, and it resulted in a very close, open student-teacher relationship." When the lab school opened in January 1914, it accommodated first through sixth grades in a small, white, seven-room building on the corner of Chestnut Street and Avenue B. September 1914 saw the addition of eighth grade, and ninth was added a year later. THE SCHOOL moved to the site of the Men's Gym in 1917, to the basement of the Manual Arts Building (now the site of the General Academic Building) in 1918, the Psychology in 1919, and finally the Education Building at the corner of Avenue C and Highland Street in 1950, By 1930 the school housed kindergarten through 12th grades. Dur- ing its initial year the school had five teachers and 100 students. At its peak it housed 12 grades, h...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Scientist studies genetic mutation Chromosome research could aid family planning By KEELEY WHITE Daily Reporter The mutations and deformities caused by deletion chromosomes in cytogenetics, the study of the forma- tion and development of cells, is the focus of Dr. Theodore T. Ziegenfus' study at NT. An associate professor at the New Kensington campus of Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Ziegenfus is teaching introductory botany at NT while developing a research program to use at Penn State. Dr. Ziegenfus said he considers his work at NT to be an "intentional milestone" in his career and said he is impressed with the work of Dig amber Borganonkar, NT research scientist. The two men met at a geneticists' clinic several years ago and a sab- batical was arranged. Dr. Ziegenfus and his family arrived in Denton in September. THE MAIN thrust of his research is the deletion chromosome. Deletion (loss of a piece or structure on the chromosome) causes mutations t...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

uesday, March 25,1980 r 94 •: * h Austin brings home$100,000 NEW YORK (AP)—Tracy Austin eturns to high school in Rolling Hills, Talif., today and becomcs just another >ne of the kids. The only difference is she's $100,000 icher after winning the $300,000 women's indoor tennis championships it Madison Square Garden Sunday. "I don't really think about the ■noney," Austin said after her 6-2,2-6,6- 2 victory over Martina Navratilova. The victory brought her 1980 earnings to 5243,000. "I think I'm a kid when I'm in high school back home and when I'm with my friends," she said. Asked what was she when she was on the tennis court, she hesitated and Navratilova answered for her: "A tennis player." And what does a 17-year-old do with the money? "I really don't do much," she said. "I live with my parents. I won a car in my first pro tournament. I might go shop- ping a little bit more than I used to...but I don't buy anything wild." Austin, who admits she is one of the top two or three play...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 March 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS UAIlV Tuesday, March 25,1980 SportScope Football violence outweighs game By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer They call it a game. Each autumn Sunday afternoon, thousands of fans flock to stadiums to witness grown men in pads destroy and mutilate each other. Millions more turn on the boob tube and yell from the comfort of their living rooms, urging the players to hit each other harder. It is easy for them to say that. They are not the ones getting hit. A jungle is a safer place to be than a gridiron on a Sunday after- noon. The human body can only take so much pounding before it reaches a breaking point. By the time this point is reached, it is too late. The player becomes another statistic, another used-up tool which the organization that used it discreetly discards. The average career of a pro football running back last four years. No wonder college Heisman trophy winners want a half million per year. After their four years expire, what are they going to do, sel...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS 63RD YEAR f«0. 93 ( Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY WE GO TOGETHER—Republican presidential front-runner Ronald Reagan, left, and former Texas Gov. John Connally wave to reporters after announcing Connally's plan to support Reagan's candidacy. Committees begin city planning By LAURA HAYNES Staff Writer Subcommittees for the Denton '80s com- munity planning project are organizing after the first meeting of the project members March 13. "There have been several subcommittee meetings. Functionally they are trying to revive the Decisions for Denton. They are just assessing where we need to go," Steering Committee member Frank Atkins said Monday. Several of the seven committee chairmen said the groups have studied previous city planning projects to help them define goals, but said no specific goals have been outlined yet. The Denton '80s Directions and Decisions is a planning project for Denton that invol...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1980

Editorials Inflation hits education While Gov. Bill Clements and the Democrat- controlled Texas Legislature battle over a proposed 35 percent salary increase for state college and university faculty members, the only people who stand to lose from the fray are the faculty members themselves. The Special Committee on Higher Education Financing has recommended the 1981 Legislature in- crease faculty salaries by $233 million — a 35 percent increase — effective Sept. I, 1981. The advisory com- mittee is chaired by Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby and House Speaker Billy Clayton. Clements opposed the increase proposal, which would return college educators' salaries to their 1969 purchasing power and fight the effects of double-digit inflation. Faculty members contend the inflationary trend is fostering low morale and discussion of faculty unionization on college campuses. Dr. Kenneth Ashworth, commissioner of the State College Coordinating System, said inflation has rob- bed college faculties of 15 pe...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1980

Wednesday, March 26,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 J 1 I || J | •> •1 I •> 4 j ( ) ■> * i Festival features '40s star NT student describes cousin's acting career By CATHV WALENSKY Daily Reporter Linda Darnell, one of Hollywood's screen figures of the 1940s, is one of the stars featured at the film festival held on the SMU campus this week. Ms. Darnell's cousin, Jaynee Johnson, Dallas junior, said although she does not remember Ms. Darnell, she does remember hearing stories about her from the family. Ms. Darnell, born Monetta Eloyse, and often called Tweedles, was was born Oct. 16, 1923, in Dallas, Texas. She was the third of five children. Ms. Johnson said Ms. Darnell was enrolled in dance classes and piano lessons since she was three years old. "Her mother pushed her into being a film star," Ms. Johnson said. Her mother entered Ms. Darnell in every talent con- test in town. When Ms. Darnell was 11, her mother told others she was 16. Because of the family's limited incom...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 26,1980 Postal service plays vital role in census Ninety percent of the 1980 census questionnaires will be returned by mail, a 30 percent increase from 1970, a report from the U.S. Census Bureau states. The Census Bureau did not begin distributing census questionnaires by mail until 1960. Questionnaires were still picked up that year by census takers, however, and long form questionnaires were delivered to every fourth household. Allowing people to answer the questionnaires at their own pace and in privacy produced more accurate answers, reports about the 1970 census in- dicate. Besides mail delivery, post offices have aided the Census Bureau by developing an accurate list of Americans and their housing. "The U.S. Postal Service will play its most vital role ever in the 1980 census," the report states. The Denton post office will deliver 32,000 census questionnaires Friday, Keith Langford, supervisor of delivery and collection, said. Que...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1980

Wednesday, March 26,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 i Federal crime grant to promote security Denton County Commissioners ap- proved a crime prevention grant Mon- day for the Sheriffs Department. The crime prevention program will be used to help educate the public on how to protect their homes, businesses and churches, Sheriff Kenneth George said. The federal government will pay 100 percent of the $44,000 grant for the first year. If the program is maintained, the county gradually will pay for the program after several years. In other business, the Denton County Sheriffs Office received approval of a request to have the county donate two NT Daily offers staff positions Applications are being accepted for editor of The North Texas Daily for the summer and fall and for advertising manager for the summer and fall-spring semesters. According to Dr. Robert Hughes, chairman of The North Texas Daily Committee, which selects editors and ad managers, applicants'journalism educa- tion, work...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, March 26,1980 HPER gym due new supervisor By LOFTON LEVELS Daily Reporter Bob Way, physical education instructor, said the administration is look- ing for a building supervisor for the intramural gymnasium, which will open soon. The supervisor will be responsible for maintenance and repair work. The Recreational Sports Office is in the process of hiring an equipment manager for the gymnasium. The equipment manager will be in charge of athletic equipment used during recreational play, Way said. BECAUSE OF students hanging on the backboard rims the gymnasium has been constructed with slam dunk backboards, "Bent rims are very hard to straighten," Way said. "Glass backboards could shatter and could be dangerous." The new backboards are capable of absorbing 250 pounds of pressure before collapsing, Way said. The backboards can be replaced easily. The men's gym will be used as class space in the morning and recreational play in the afternoon. THE NE...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, MARCH 27,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 03RD YEAR NO. 94 Six scientists apply for radiation study By LAURA HAYNES StafT Writer Six Denton scientists have applied for positions on a city study committee on the control of nuclear materials stored within and transported through the city limits. Councilman Roland Vela said Wednesday the unnamed committee will be organized and applicants will be selected at next week's City Council meeting. The council expects a few more appli- cants in order to form a six- or seven- member committee, Bill Angelo of the city manager's office said. Even though applicants are well- qualified in radioactive or nuclear fields, Angelo said the response has been off balance. The committee was proposed to the council by Curtis Copeland, member of Denton Citizens Against Radioactive Energy Sources, about a month ago. Angelo said he thought someone from Denton CARES would have applied. Copeland, a Port Arthur grad...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, March 27,1980 Editorials More effective boycott United States Olympic athletes have made it clear they do not wish to sacrifice their chances at glory for the sake of President Carter's Olympic boycott. Judgment of the patriotism of these athletes should not be too harsh. America's allies and their athletes have reacted similarly to the boycott. After initial enthusiasm and support when the boycott was merely a threat aimed at the Soviet U nion, the boycott movement has definitely run out of steam. A handful of countries have thrown their support behind Carter's plan, and delegates from Belgium, Bri- tain, Sweden, Finland, France, Italy, Ireland and Spain said they would send athletes to the games regardless of their government's official policy on the boycott. Carter's plan to humiliate the Soviets into withdraw- ing from Afghanistan has failed at every turn. The International Olympic Committee refused to changed the location of the...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

Thursday, March 27,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY- PAGE 3 Artist explores language in media show New Yorker manipulates sound, demonstrates electronic audio techniques By JULIA FRAZIER Dally Reporter New York artist Laurie Anderson, who performed in The Lyceum Wednes- day, explores language and sound through story-telling, stand-up comedy, songs, movement, film and slide projec- tions and audiotape. Ms. Anderson presented an introduc- tory slide lecture Monday which in- cluded demonstrations of her electronic audio techniques, slides of installations and art objects and anecdotes of her work. "More than anything else my work comes out of language and ways to filter it," she said. Among her filters is an amplified "tape bow violin" that has an audio head instead of strings and is played with a bow strung with audiotape in- stead of horsehair. Ms. Anderson tapes words and sounds that can be manipu- 'ated and changed as the bow is drawn icross the tape head. "Let your tools teach you," she...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 27,1980 4 * > 1 *- Pholo by PAM LOVE DUELING DUET—Tony Hakim, Beirut, Lebanon junior, left, sings while Labib Farah, a sophomore from Beirut, accompanies him in the University Union Courtyard. Hakim will perform at 8 p.m. April 4 in the RB L. Institute gains new board Advisers to determine operating policies An executive board has been named to NT's Professional Development In- stitute since the business school grosses more than SI million a year for its con- ferences and seminars. Dr. Marvin H. Berkeley, dean of the College of Business Administration, was elected chairman of the board when it met for the first time last month. Dr. Paden Neeley, PDI director, said the board was designed to be an ad- visory group. "They will help us in determining operating policy," Dr. Neeley said. "They are not involved in university decisions. We do not report to this board." The institute is overseen by the Board of Regents. PDI was founded in 1973 ...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

Thursday, March 27,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 J, t Upr up and away Texas couple trains pilots, sells hot air balloons By VALERIE COHEN Daily Reporter The first passengers to ride on a hot air balloon, launched June 5, 1783, were a rooster, a duck and a young sheep. The balloon, made of cloth and paper, was launched by building a fire underneath it to heat the air, and after the air cooled the balloon slowly carried its passengers to safety. Ballooning once was seen only at county fairs and it was at a county fair in Edna, Texas, that Jim Marshall took his first ride in a hot air balloon. "From then on I was hooked," Marshall said. NOW MARSHALL and his wife, Haverly, operate a ballooning school, the Balloon Academy of Texas. The Marshalls train pilots and sell hot air balloons at a small building at the Dallas North Aviation Airport on Custer Road in Piano. Mrs. Marshall, one of the few women pilots in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, glHlMIIIIMHtHIHIMIIHHHMIIHIIIMMMIMMIMIHMIHIIMIH...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 27,1980 Photo by EDWIN MORRIS FLOWING LIKE A RIVER—Water gushes toward the General Academic Building as Bob Larkin of the Physical Plant drains a sewer line. The line leads across campus to the Physical Plant. Popcorn's popularity perseveres Traditional Indian food evolves into moviegoers' delight By CATHY WALENSKY Daily Reporter Popcorn, the oldest American snack, is cheaper and easier to prepare than candy and less fattening than cookies. Many people assume popcorn is regular sweet corn which has been treated to make it pop. Actually, there are three main varieties of corn: sweet corn, which is the kind eaten as a vegetable; field corn, grown as feed for hogs and cattle; and popcorn. Of the three kinds of corn, popcorn is the only one which bursts into white morsels when exposed to high heat. SCIENTISTS assume the popping process results from a combination of the hard shell and the internal moisture of the popcorn kernel. Missy Spears, ...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

Thursday, March 27,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 i Cookout honors Eaglettes today L< M N i P I By LISA CLINE Dally Reporter The Eaglettes will be honored at a cookout today hosted by Jerry Moore, head football coach, and Andy Everest, athletic director. "They (the 26 Eaglettes) did a heck of a job during recruitment," said David Krischke, recruiting coordinator and as- sistant football coach. "All of the coaches pitched in for the cookout to show our appreciation for all the work they have done." Krischke said the Eaglette organiza- tion began on unsure footing but the staff and alumni found the outcome to be advantageous and helpful to the foot- ball program. "During recruitment the girls act as hostesses to high school players and their parents for the weekend," Krischke said. "The girls show them the campus, take them to eat at Kerr Hall, go to Texas Stadium and take them to the football game if it's at Fouts Field." Krischke said the Eaglettes made the recruits feel relax...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, March 27,1980 Second time around goes smoother • • I By DAVID MOORE Staff Writer For the players, there were new coaches and a new system to learn. For the coaches, there were players most of them had never seen. For both groups there was a period of adjustment, a period where perfor- mances were analyzed and personalities uncovered. That was the situation during last year's spring training for the NT football team. This year, however, the players know the system and the coaches know the players. Because of this familiarity, Head Coach Jerry Moore is entering the spring with a new emphasis. "We're working longer and harder this year, and we're spending more time on execution because all of our players know the formations we're going to go from," Moore said. "Last year things were a little hur- ried, but since everyone knows everyone else now, 1 think we're all better off mentally. "At this point we're definitely ahead of where we were last year...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x