The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 77, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1983 Page: 4 of 6
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FONDA SYNDROME—Clark Hall residents
Maureen Clark, Crosby senior; Mike Stratton, Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, senior; Jeff Donato, Lewisville jun-
ior; Al Rojas, Dallas junior; and Gregg Sporar,
Houston junior, participate in a workout to the tune
of Jane Fonda's exercise record.
Thursday, February 24,1983
Students compete in regional
Syndicate sends 21 to games
By LORI BRYANS
Twenty-one NT students will compete in
the Association of College Unions International
Regional Games Tournament today and Fri-
day, at the University of Houston.
Backgammon, table tennis, table soccer,
8-ball pool and bowling arc tournament events,
Diane Miller, the Syndicate director, said. NT
students going to the regional tournament quali-
fied last fall, in a tournament sponsored by
To be eligible for the tournament, each stu-
dent had to have a minimum grade point av-
erage of 2.0 and be taking at least seven hours.
The first place winners from each event in
the NT tournament are competing in the re-
gional tournament, she said.
The regional competition entry fee of $300
was paid by The Syndicate, but students must
pay for hotels and food. Miller said.
The students who will represent NT are
Arastoo Iranmancsh, Richardson sophomore,
backgammon; Mike Roddy, Waco junior, ta-
ble tennis; Mario Rcsendiz, San Antonio sen-
ior; and Jerry Feigenbaum, Denton sophomore,
David Byrd, Denton sophomore; Mohammad
Nourmohammadian, Denton senior; Jerry
Thompson, Sherman junior; and Sam Clem.
Denton senior, will compete in the men’s 8-ball
division; and Delois Gowin, Fort Worth jun-
ior; and Marcia Crusen, Lewisville senior, will
compete in women’s 8-ball division.
Beth Brown, Amarillo sophomore; Cheryl
Carter, Denton junior; Paula Milacek. Denton
senior; Linda Sherry, Apo Miami, Fla., sen-
ior; and Marta Ortiz. El Paso senior, will par-
ticipate in the women’s bowling division; and
Cliff Campbell, Dallas sophomore; Ed Duncan,
Lewisville sophomore; Todd Grassi, Houston
freshman; and Tim Wasson, Kerens, Texas,
sophomore, will participate in ihe men’s bowl-
Lab takes byte out of problem
By SHEILA RAVEN
Musicians compete for funds
School offers scholarships, service awards
By FAITH CONROY
By FAITH CONROY
Full scholarships with sti-
pends available. A limited
number of scholarships
offerings full paid tuition,
books, fees, and necessary
equipment plus an annual
total stipend of $8,000 avail-
able from the U.S. Navy. Do
For more information contact:
Navy Medical Programs
3030 N. Stemmons
Dallas, TX 75247
(214) 767-7044 (collect)
ister at in-statc tuition rates. This attracts more out-
of-state students because they receive better benefits,
Applications for music scholarships and service
awards are now available, said Dr. Robert Gregg,
assistant dean of the School of Music.
The deadline for the return of applications is April
THE SCHOOL is offering Competive Music
Scholarships and Music Service Awards. Gregg said.
“Both (scholarships and awards) are competitive and
are based on performance ability.
Scholarships and service awards may be applied
for in the areas of band, composition, instrumental,
keyboard, jazz lab band, orchestra and voice. Re-
cipients are required to perform with the group
awarding the scholarship.
The music ccholarships are available to all students.
Gregg said. Non-residents awarded scholarships reg-
THE SERVICE awards are work-study programs,
Gregg said. Students receive $200 each semester,
and do clerical or secretarial work for minimum wage
within the School ol Music, he said.
The school awards 100 scholarships and 250 awards
each year. Scholarship funds are obtained from do-
nations and concert fees, while the state provides
funds for the awards, Gregg said.
Non-residents awarded the service awards must
pay out-of-state tuition fees, Gregg said, because only
funds obtained from outside the university system
can be used to waive out-of-state tuition.
Scholarships and awards help attract and keep qual-
ity musicians. Gregg said. One year almost half the
orchestra was on scholarship, he said.
An orientation session for NT’s new micro-
computer lab will be at 8 p.m. today in Kerr
The new microcomputer was installed in
Kerr in hopes to avoid overcrowding at NT
computer labs. Jim Peterson, director ol hous-
A ribbon-cutting ceremony in Kerr Hall
Monday inaugurated the new lab, and in at-
tendance for the ceremony were Peterson; Joe
Stewart, dean of students; John Altland, Kerr
Hall director; and Betsy McGuire, assistant
director of housing.
Peterson said “The whole concept of the
microcomputer lab is to bring a learning en-
vironment to the residence halls. The halls
are more than just a place to eat and sleep."
Altland said “The microcomputer lab is for
the use of students from any residence hall,
and the lab will be open 24 hours a day. seven
days a week.”
To use the lab, a student must have his
name on the access list kept in the Kerr Hall
office. To be on the list, students must be
able to prove they have completed both the
BASIC computer literacy course and one of
the dorm’s orientation sessions for the new
equipment. Additional orientation sessions
will be announced later, Altland said.
The new equipment cost $13,000 and was
funded from residence hall payments as part
of capital improvements.
"Depending on student reactions, the room
may be expanded at a later date,
The equipment in the lab consists ol two
TRS-80 Model III microcomputers equipped
with dual-disk drives, three digital terminals,
a line printer and five communication devices.
Each of the five stations in the room has its
own telephone hook-up for links with other
At the inauguration, Jean Cassar, Denton
junior, gave spectators a demonstration ol some
of the computer’s features.
He said “It automatically indents, centers
and leaves space at Ihe top and bottom ol the
"The new computer is a better computer
for beginners than some we now have," Cassar
Guest Piano Recital b>
Diane Rivera in the
Chamber Winds Con
cert in the Recital Hall
by Ben Sims in the
2703 Fondren St.
3 Minutes From SMU
l/Ve are now offering
Special student rates.
• restaurant next door
• pool • direct dial phones
• free movies
• 'close to campus”
major credit cards accepted.
call 387-5840 for reservations
Representatives front the League of Women Vot-
ers are seeking men and women front NT to join the
non-partisan political organization.
There are 36 leagues in Texas and each league
provides voting information and encourages involve-
ment in political affairs. Linda Brock, vice president
of the Denton League, said.
League members concentrate on certain issues, she
said, and research those subjects. "The current na-
tional study is national security," Brock said.
"Leagues all over the country arc studying the na-
tional arms buildup."
Other issues members are studying include public-
transportation, finance, criminal justice, recycling and
preservation of natural resources.
After studying an issue, league members complete
questionnaires to determine a national, league con-
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