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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

* [i The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 03RD YEAR NO. 95 i ) i < SA postpones filing deadline By DENISE GARNER Daily Reporter The filing deadline for candidacy in the Student Association elections April 9 and 10 has been extended until 5 p.m. Wednes- day. The candidates' meeting, originally scheduled for this week, was rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The deadline, which has been extended in the last three elec- tions, was lengthened because of a lack of declared candidates, Jay Feffer, SA director of rules and elections, said. As of Wednesday night, only Steve Player and Tony Gillard had for- mally filed as a ticket for president and vice president. Feffer said more candidates have filed after the deadline was extended in past elections. "We always gain a good number of people (when the deadline is extended)—15 to 20 people." SEVERAL ASSEMBLY members protested extension of the election filing deadline. Player and Jonathan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, March 28,1980 Editorials Underpaid police force Continuing problems between Denton police of- ficers and city management over pay should be dis- turbing not only to citizens, but to students who olten live in high crime areas. There seems little doubt officers deserve a raise. Figures provided by the Denton Police Association, in- dicate their member's average pay is SI74 per month less than the highest average salaries earned by officers in 10 metroplex departments, have gone unchallenged by city officials. Patrolmen begin at $1,066 per month, receive 5 per- cent raises at six month intervals and reach their top salary after serving two years. Association members contend the pay system and lack of promotion encourages officers to leave soon after they reach their top pay level. Many officers with families complain inflation has forced them to moonlight to maintain their standard of living at their present level. Citizens must question...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

Friday, March 28,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE3 r i |m tw luc Icr Ihe Lin ins lou |oh Ic. ■ni- Im i us for jeo- get kBC hing pact orge well- racy u li- the and fairs, y the to nd jet ed be id- Group xsings with swing' Jozz Singers try new vocol techniques Photo by KAREN CLARK Kristi Erwin and The Jazz Singers in performance A group of 35 singers at NT are sing- ing with swing, and along with their change in style of song, they have a new name, The Jazz Singers. Formerly called The Commercial Singers, the group originated five years ago under the direction of Lew Gillis. It began as a class that sang commer- cial jingles in a classroom laboratory, Paris Rutherford, director of The Jazz Singers, said. "The Commercial Singers then were basically a musical reading group seldom performing in public," he said. Rutherford, who picked up his predecessor's baton in 1978, has turned the group into a performing chorus that sings jazz in concerts and takes part in other activities, such as st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

1 PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 28,1980 Co-host Pauley lives for "Today" By KAREN CLARK Daily Reporter Success does not frighten Jane Pauley. With many of the faces of the '70s fading rapidly, Ms. Pauley does not give her promotion at age 25 to Barbara Walters' former position as NBC "Today" regular a second thought "I think one reason I've retained my sanity is because I don't wake up every morning thinking how successful 1 am," she said in a telephone interview Wednesday. "The reality is that every morning I have to get up and go to work like any other job." MS. PAULEY was chosen to share the "Today" spotlight with host Tom Brokaw in October 1976. She was chosen rather than 60-year- old reporter Betty Fumesse who had been filling Walters' position during the summer and field correspondent Cassie Mackin, 38 Her selection was based primarily on audience response to her performance on two days of the show. Ms. Pauley said she was not aware the shows were to be trial runs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

i I | •a H * fl T# if# T ■ f* ■ Friday, March 28,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Census aims at housing Agencies seek feedback for service, loan plans By TERRI BANNING Daily Reporter More than half of the questions on 1980 Census questionnaires will focus on the nation's housing, a recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau states. The questions will ask about hous- ing conditions, home value, home energy use and "other subjects of statistical importance for the plan- ning and management decisions that confront government and the private enterprise system," the report says. City Planner John Lavretta said the census housing data is important in determining Denton housing problems. "It is extremely valuable. It's the only basic housing data source we have, other than reports we do ourselves," he said. The Public Works Department uses census information in land use planning and in determining service needs and land grant programs with the federal government, Lavretta said. "We use it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

, V - • jMlHiHIHMfMM PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 28,1980 !>y/# Photo by TERRY HASKER FLIPPING OUT—Dallas sophomore Cameron Ware throws Bethel Park sophomore Randy Firth during a Judo Club practice session. Ware, Firth and Denton junior Kelley Defoor, far left, captured state titles in their weight classes during the Texas Collegiate Judo Cham- pionship held at NT last week. See story, page 7. Job makes horse sense By CHRISTINE GILBOUX Dally Reporter It is almost dark as Jerry Jones brushes his horse. He looks toward the skyline and the horse stomps the ground, anxious to get out of the stable. With the night's ride ahead, Jones goes over his tack to make sure the saddle, bridle and reins are in place. Jones is not a cowboy but an officer with Smith Protective Services in Dallas. He is a member of the company's new security service that patrols the Village Apartments in Dallas by horseback. Jones, an NT business and marketing major, lives in Dallas and works at what...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

:: Friday, March 28,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 ( I i S 1 < t i * < < < < < i 1 i 1 i i i B < i < < [< i « « < « < < ' ( i Lifters get female instructor By LISA CLINE Daily Reporter The coed weight training class has a new instructor this semester who is a far cry from Arnold Schwarzeneg- ger- Desiree Caudill, Westland, Mich., graduate student is the first female in- structor of the course. "I really sur- prised the students the first day of class," Caudill said. "The men were skeptical, but after I showed them how to use the machines for specific muscles, they realized I knew something about my job." CAUDILL SAID she has had a few football players in her class who ask advice for building certain muscles. She is the only female assistant track coach for the men and women sprinters and hurdlers, a graduate as- sistant with the physical education department and a teacher of coed square dancing. Caudill came to NT to study for her master's d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, March 28,1980 ■■■ Photo by TERRY HASKER bj miles PRODUCTIONS The Best Music Your Ear Can Hear PROGRAMMING MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL OCCASIONS • Greek Functions • Parties • Weddings • Social Functions Management: Progressive Images 817/382-4139 1900 Sam Bass Suite A-15 • • • • • • i TODTSKIES r Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 2-6 p.m. a Sunday—$2 pitchers 8-10 p.m. Monday—25$ Beer 9-11 p.m. Tuesday—Ladies' Nite Thursday—Happy Hour 2-10 p.m. NO MEMBERSHIP • BYOB • SET-UPS AVAILABLE 9 BBQ SANDWICHES Now Open Noon-2 a.m. Mon.-Fri. 6 p.m -2 a.m. 566-1800 113 Ave. A Runners to face strong field By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter The Mean Green men's track team will compete Saturday at the Dallas In- vitational at Loos Field while the women's team will be competing at Texas Woman's University. "This will be by far our toughest meet of the year for the men," track Coach John McKenzie said. The top teams from the Southwest Conference and the best team on the East Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 96 ir P I Spring is in the air ! 9* k-A '' vA.OtiMfc'U PHYSICAL EDUCATION? Edward Godwin of Stephen- vllle High School (left) releases a slingshot loaded with a water-filled balloon. Godwin strung surgical rub- ber tubing between the up- rights of a goalpost on the Denton High School football field and attached a wire basket to create his over- sized slingshot. Godwin's was one of the many entries n the Physics Olympics Saturday. Tony Krakowskl, (below) left, Mac Perry and Daryl Harris, Brownwood High School students, team up to take a turn at firing the slingshot. See related story, photos page 5. Photos by TERRY HASKER y -><*> m > ■fe ' ,md i < V- V ■UPB n :v. - n,P ■;: uv;,'' County establishes rates for election tabulations By JERRY PRICKETT Daily Reporter Commissioner's Court set rates Mon- day for the use of new voting tabulation equipment by cities, school dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1980

• • w it: Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 T uesday, April 1,1980 Ti Editorial Choosing city leaders When Denton citizens go to the polls Saturday to cast their first votes under the new city charter, they should consider three candidates whose qualifications and past community involvement make them best suited for the positions they seek. It is unfortunate that the first direct election of the mayor under the new charter does not offer voters a better choice of candidates. The race between Mayor Bill Nash and Councilman Richard O. Stewart is likely to be close. Neither is outstanding as a candidate for mayor. The best voters can do in the mayoral race is vote for Stewart. Stewart was graduated from UCLA with a bachelor's degree in business administration. He has served on the City-County Joint Projects Committee, the Airport Advisory Board, the Human Relations board and the Library board. Stewart said housing needs arising from projected growth should be met by private enter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1980

1 Tuesday, April 1,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 I * - Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY s SOUNDING OFF—Denton senior Curtis Zunlgha provides sound effects for the radio show "The Sorcerer." The radio show was performed In The Lyceum Saturday and was simulcast over KNTU. Film festival critic Knight offers 'selective' praise, condemnation Film critic for The Hollywood Re- porter and one of the selecting critics for the USA Film Festival, held recently in Dallas, Arthur Knight said the fest- ival is an important and effective proving ground for new films. Knight was on campus Friday for a discussion on Him and film criticism with radio, television and film students and faculty members. Knight has been a selecting critic for eight of the festival's IO-year history. He was invited to the festival by Director Bill Jones. The critic said the festival is an excel- lent opportunity to preview commercial films. "It is an awfully important prov- ing ground. The best example of this was with 'Heste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1980

1\ PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 1,1980 Candidates speak on city issues By TISH HALLMARK Daily Reporter Many candidates for City Council met last week at the Arthur O. McNitzky Post 71 of the American Legion to dis- cuss issues and answer questions from the public. Each of the candidates was given four minutes to introduce themselves and state their opinions about issues. The candidates were then allowed one minute to answer questions from the public. A similar forum will be held at 7 tonight in the Civic Center. The forums are sponsored by the League of Women Voters. Place 4 candidates spoke first. THE EIRST candidate was Donald H. Stone, an Aerosmith Corp. wholesale aircraft distributor. Stone graduated from Denton High School and then joined the United States Air Force because, "They promised to show me the world." During his four years in the Air Force, Stone became a sergeant and a nuclear weapons technician. "Ninety-five percent of my business is done out of town...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1980

I ' •b f Tuesday, April 1,1980 Students add xphun/ physics More than 100 high school students from within a 125-mile radius of Denton participated in the Physics Olympics Saturday. "The purpose was to promote physics at the high school level and to get prospective students interested in NT," said Susan Fetzer, San Antonio junior and a director of the program. Each high school team consisted of eight members in the 10 "phun physics" events, Miss Fetzer said. Events included Quiz Show, Calculator Relay, a water balloon launch called Gazorching, Slow Bike Race, Bottle Music, Kite-Flying, Mouse Trap Race, Rocket-Egg Launch and Fermi Ques- tions. Guy Edward Godwin, junior, (top left) and 'thAnn Williston, senior, of Stephenville High School fly a kite during the Olympics. Robie Anderson, Keller High School freshman, (bottom left) tries to ride a bicycle as slowly as possible in the Slow Bike Race. A WFAA-TV "PM Magazine" film crew member. Jack Murray, films the race with a "rolling camer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 April 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 1,1980 Eagles place high in weekend track NT shotputter Roger McAfee, Fort Worth sophomore, uncorks the 16-pound shot in the Dallas Invitational track meet. By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter Joan Bennett, Rudy Levarity and Juan Zetina had outstanding perfor- mances this weekend in area track meets, Coach John McKenzie said. Bennett leaped 19-10, a personal best, in the long jump to win the event at the Texas Woman's University track meet. Levarity placed second in the 200-meters and fourth in the invitational 100-meters at the Dallas Invitational track meet at Loos Stadium. Zetina set a new school record in the 10,000-meter run with a time of 30:16, finishing second. The Dallas Invitational meet was a non-scoring meet. Bruce Chambers Finished fourth in the long jump with a leap of 23-4 Ben Moturi came in se- cond in the 1,500-meters and the 5,000- meters. His time in the 1,500-meters was 3:51.45, only two one-hundreths of a se- cond off the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 97 Filing deadline arrives Filing deadline for candidacy in the April 9 and 10 Student Association elec- tions is 5 p.m. today. A candidates' meeting will be held fol- lowing tonight's regular SA meeting. Election rules will be explained at the meeting. Campaigning will begin im- mediately after the meeting. Only one set of candidates, Steve Player and Tony Gillard, had filed for president and vice president by Tuesday afternoon. The SA will discuss reduction of the dorm requirement, a change in cabinet positions, three constitutional amend- ments and a new set of bylaws at its 6:30 meeting in University Union 411. The proposed housing reduction from 60 to 30 hours was on the agenda at last week's meeting but was not considered because a quorum was lacking. The bill was assigned to a task force, and com- mittee chairman Kevin P. Jackson will present findings tonight on the feasibi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, April 2,1980 Editorials Absentee government Students should re-examine the value of the Student Association based on its performance in recent weeks and the apparent lack of interest in its operations by its members and students. The SA was unable to hold its regular bi-weekly meeting March 26 because it lacked the quorum neces- sary to conduct business. Thirteen assembly members attended the meeting, but the SA needed 14 for a quorum. Its members know when meetings are because they are scheduled regularly to allow members to schedule other activities around that time. Subsequently, members should attend or resign so others who are wil- ling to participate may take their places. Absence shows a lack of responsibility on their part to fulfill the duties accepted when elected and undermines the SA's purpose, which is to serve the students. Although members may be removed under SA bylaws for excessive absences, it is obvious that those...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1980

I Wednesday, April 2,1980 ; THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Photo by KAREN CLARK 'GONG' WEST YOUNG WOMAN —Fort Worth freshman Clara Mlnneweather sings In the West Hall Dorm Association Gong Show. Voertmon gives it xOur Best Shots' xCity Scape/ satin vest sweep spring art competition awards By JULIA FRAZIER Daily Reporter Ten NT art students were awarded a total of $750 at the opening of "Our Best Shots," an exhibition of 75 art works ac- cepted in the 1980 Annual Spring Competition for the Voertman Awards. The winners of a purchase award of $250 and nine cash awards of $100, $75 or $50 were announced Monday night in the University Gallery of the Art Building. The show will be displayed through April 13. Awards amounting to $250 were designated for entries from the interior design, fashion design and advertising art divisions of the art department. Another $250 was divided among the winning entries from the sculpture, painting and photography divisions. DENTON GRADUATE student Nic Nicos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Census raises privacy question Editor's note: Dally photographer Pam Love selected students on campus for a survey of opinions about the 1980 census. The question asked was, "Do you feel any of the questions asked in the census are an invasion of your privacy? Why?" Kevin Jones, Brooklyn, N.Y. sophomore—I glanced over it and they were just basic questions. 1 mean, it didn't ask me ifl smoke dope or how many times a week I have sex. Larry Westman, Denton junior—I personally can see how they would invade people's privacy, especially the ones about financial information. They don't bother me personally. Jones Tom Nelson, Logan, Utah junior—From what I heard, none of the ques- invaded my privacy. It said on the front that the census takers would be fined if they divulged any of the information. Kevin Korioth, Dallas senior— Not in any way. I didn't see any reason not to answer any of them. They're supposed to be private. Nelson Weseman Korioth Linda Elliott,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1980

Wednesday, April 2,1980 1 "I 1 . 'A •i '1 • t > 1 Storm season surfaces 'Tornado alley' paves pathway through Denton By CATHY WALENSKY Daily Reporter Dorothy may have thought that tornados occured only in Kansas or in dreams, but Denton is in what the National Weather Service calls "tornado alley." Tornado season began Tuesday officially and will continue through June. Al Moller, Fort Worth meteorologist who recently conducted a Skywarn school in Denton for individuals involved in tornado spotting, said schools and com- munities have a vital need for a weather alert system. IN THE EVENT of a tornado, Moller advises get- ting away from windows and the southwest side of the building because tornados usually move southwest to southeast. The most dangerous place to be during a tornado is in a building with unbroken spans of roof, such as the Coliseum, Moller said. NT Police Chief Robby Robinson said there is a tor- nado plan for the campus, but improvements are un- derway. A new plan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 April 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, April 2,1980 Women netters slam Missouri By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter The Mean Green women beat Mis- souri and the men lost to Oklahoma State University in tennis dual meets Saturday. Both teams were to play in triangular meets, but the women did not because of injuries on the Rice team. The men were rained ou> with Tulsa University. The women, playing in Houston, beat Missouri, 7-2. The top two NT women lost, with the best players on Missouri's team in the top lineup. "Missouri is very strong with their top four players, but after that, the team is not very strong," Tom Grisam, NT assistant coach, said. In the no. 2 singles match, Sheri Slobin won the first set, but dropped the following two sets. "Sheri had three match points but lost one on her serve and the other two on vollies," NT Coach A.G. Longoria said. Athena Blair, the Eagles No. 4 player, won her match over Nancy Dickens. Blair won the match, 6-4, 6-2, and it was the first t...

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