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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 September 1980

1 Wednesday, September 3, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Causes of strike still haunt Poland By BILL CHRISTENSEN Staff Writer Although the Polish Communist Party's granting free trade unions is an important victory for the Polish workers with potentially far-reaching implica- tions, the underlying causes that sparked the strikes still remain, Dr. Milan Reban of the political science faculty said. "The concessions go beyond what I expected," said Dr. Reban, a native of Czechoslovakia and specialist on Eastern Europe. "Such concessions sug- gest a weakness in the Polish government." But the agreement between the workers and the government also specified the Communist Party would maintain supremacy, he said. "This is bound to be a contentious point in the future." Dr. Reban said he was puzzled by the government agreeing to release dissi- dents and speculated that it might be giving large concessions now while plan- ning to "crack down" later, t • This is not the first time workers h...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 3, 1980 Coal fires energy needs Users weigh disadvantages against cost Photo by MAX STACY HOW'D THAT HAPPEN?—Roy Allen, supervisor for Cardinal Builders surveys a remodeling project at the north entrance of Kerr Hall. The project, expected to be completed in about two months, will enlarge the lobby on both sides of the doorway to include space for a game room and offices and to facilitate moving the desk from the center of the lobby J HI OOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)—In the middle of the placid Indiana University campus, near dormitories and classroom buildings, sits 24,000 tons of coal. "Nobody likes it. Professors at the business school complain it cuts off their view." one official says. "And when it tains, runoff from the pile pollutes the Jordan River" on campus. The coal is used to heat the school. Terr> Clapios, head of the school's physical facilities, wouldn't want to replace the coal plant with one fueled by more costly oil or na...

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

Wednesday, September 3, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 «) •' / Winning obsessions kill enjoyment of murals By JERRY PRICKETT Staff Writer The intramural program has been split into two divisions. Division A is in- tended for skilled and serious competi- tion. Division B is intended for people Sportscope who want to learn the game or people who would rather have a good time in- stead of worrying about which team scored the most points. This change in the intramurals was based on what has happened at other schools. It was not change for the sake of change. I think the change will be for the bet- ter, it is about time for the serious players to be put together and the novices to be in a league where they can learn. I have competed in several intramural leagues and based on my experiences, it is about time to get some of the "serious" players into a league of their own so they can kill themselves off. These players live by the idea that winning is everything, even in in- tramurals. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Title IX creates funding dilemma Wednesday, September 3, 1980 Women to play in Arlington meet By DENISE GARNER Staff Writer Title IX. It is a mysterious-sounding piece of federal legislation that deals with dis- crimination on the basis of sex. It is causing anger in some areas, anxiety in others and general confusion for the average person. Title IX is a vague, one-paragraph law "that no one really knows how to handle," according to NT athletic Direc- tor Andy Everest. Title IX simply states: "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance". Title IX was originated as part of the 1972 Educations Amendments Act. Since then, its interpretations have been numerous and enforcement, until recent- ly, has been impossible. Sportscope The act, as written, can be applied in a nu...

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

•V MV The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 3 w > i 5 Athletic budget deficit $408,450 $345,832 $215,889 $279,803 $246,561 $225,721 $247,424 $217,843 NT athletic budget faces continuing deficit in 1981 3 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 Vandiver names counsel, fiscal affairs vice president Bv KARKN BALI. .Staff Writer A university attorney and vice president of fiscal af- fairs for NT have been appointed. President Frank Vandiver announced Wednesday. The new general counsel is Richard Rafes, who is currently attorney for the State University System con- sisting of Lamar University, Angelo State University, Sam Houston State University and Southwest Texas State University. The new vice president of fiscal affairs is Eddie Davis, associate vice president of business affairs at Texas A&M University. He has worked at Texas A&M since January I972 and has had positions in the business a...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, September 4, 1980 Editorials Clamp on hot checks A new policy recently adopted by the Board of Regents to reduce the number of hot checks written to the university deserves the support and cooperation of everyone to cut down on the cost of running the un- iversity. The new policy leaves the service charge for a person's first returned check at $3, but increases the charge for each subsequent returned check from S3 to $10. It also authorizes the university to revoke check writing privileges of students who write more than three hot checks in an academic y-ar and to expel stu- dents who don't pay for returned checks within 10 days after the university mails notices of them to the of- fenders. To get back into school, students must pay the returned checks, a S3 service charge and a S40 rein- statement fee within three days from the date of expul- sion. Although the university turns over few cases to the district attorney for prosecution...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1980

Thursday, September 4, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 « i < . \ . • i ' Switzerland'welcomes' ex-student ♦ NT alumnus rocks V rolls his way into European band By DENISE MORRIS Special Writer Yet another NT alumnus is on the verge of something big. Stephen Bright, 1978 Houston graduate, is now playing guitar in a Swiss rock 'n' roll band about to record its third album. Like thousands of hopefuls, "Welcome" sent tapes to recording com- panies. John Burns, producer of "Genesis" on the Charisma label, liked Welcome's sound so much he offered to produce them. David Hitchcock, another Genesis producer, is vying with Burns for the honor. "We can only afford one of them," Bright said, "Whoever comes through with the deal First will get it. They want to manage us too, but they're under con- tract with Genesis." Burns is now searching for a good manager for Welcome. After spending a frustrating year and a half playing in bands that never got anywhere, Bright moved to Basel, Switzerland...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 4, 1980 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY CHILD LABOR—Kristi Cano receives an early typing lesson from mother Gail. Kristi is an old hand at the work-a-day world. She has been going to work with her mom since she was two months old. Duo works together Mother takes baby girl'to task' A baby crib adorns one corner of the room, a desk and typewriter oc- cupy another. Gail Cano types while daughter Kristi sleeps. Ms. Cano is a secretary in the Center for Behavioral Studies. F.ight- month-old Kristi has accompanied her mother to work since February. Ms. Cano said she had no trouble getting permission to bring Kristi to work. Susie Miller, another center employee brought her baby to work, and things worked out, so Kristi was allowed to come, she said. Ms. Cano is a single parent and said child care is too expensive. "I couldn't afford child care, so I couldn't work otherwise," she said. Besides that, Ms. Cano said, "It's a privilege to have her with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1980

Thursday, September 4, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 *A toTjf EPTEfAr Judge rules on jurisdiction in exhumation case today Pholo by Barbara Barklay HOWDY PARDNER—Maria Lundstrom, Beaumont dent Union's "Third Annual Howdy Party." The party Senior, shows off her western garb at the Baptist Stu- was given to welcome NT freshman. FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A state district judge said Wednesday he will study legal briefs before saying if he will accept jurisdiction in a suit asking to exhume the body of Lee Harvey Oswald. "I will try to have a ruling sometime Thursday," said Judge James E. Wright after a 45-minute hearing Wednesday morning on efforts by Oswald's brother, Robert Oswald, to block the exhumation. Wright also said he would continue the temporary restraining order halting efforts by British author Michael Eddoes to have Oswald's body exhumed. Eddoes has written a book that says Alex James Hidell, a Soviet agent, assumed Oswald's identity after Oswald went to the Soviet Unio...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 4, 1980 I J Louisianans sample Pritikin diet Meal plan offers no fats, oils, sugar, salt NATCHITOCHES. La. (AP)—Want to improve your sex life? Live longer? Feel better? Think clearer? Save money? C. B. "Lum" Ellis is trying to convert this middle Louisiana city of 16,000 to the odd-tasting Pritikin diet with the claim that it does all those good things for you. "If those five things won't fly, nothing will," he said. But thus far, "Project Life"—a state- supported program—has done more fiz- zling than flying. Too many folks here are like Lonnie Casey, a supermarket manager who is astounded when anybody buys either of the two Pritikin diet items he stocks- bread and a smelly cheese. "If I got to eat something that chokes me, I'd just as soon stay fat," he said, slapping his ample paunch. The food they like in these parts is totally immoral—jambalaya, spicy meat pies, fried chicken, thick steaks, gravy, dumplings, dirty rice, cornbread,...

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

! ' \ h f \ i ' Thursday, September 4, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 NT netters hope to enter top 20 By DENISE GARNER Staff Writer NT men's and women's varsity tennis teams arc in the midst of a rebuilding program with a goal of making them a perennial top twenty team. The men, in two seasons, have gone from a 9-30 record to a 22-16 mark last year. The women were 19-16 in 1979 and 34-8 (with an invitation to appear in the post-season regional tournament) this year. Both squads have added several recruits who will enhance the teams' chances of becoming ranked, Longoria said. Women's recruits include South African Gwynn Sammel, sister of men's netter David Sammel, Martha Ariza of Venezuela and Terry Smith of Grapevine. Sammel has participated in two Wimbledon tournaments and is the sixth ranked woman player in South Africa. Ariza has won two national tourna- ments. Smith won the Dallas, Waco and Tyler Open tournaments this summer. Men's recruits joining a team made up entirely of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 4, 1980 HKI tw- ■*! f Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Midfielder Felix Oskam tries to get through Vandiver to open rally with speech President Frank Vandiver will speak at the season's first pep rally at 8 p.m. tonight in the Men's Gym. The pep rally is being held in prepara- tion for the Mean Green's first football game of this season, against UT- Arlington at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Maverick Stadium in Arlington. "I hope we have a good pep rally this time, to start off the season," Steve Player, Student Association president, said. The SA and the Talons are promoting the pep rally, and the Talons will award a keg of beer to the most spirited group at the rally. "We have set guidelines," said Chris Sehnaithman, Piano junior and spirit chairman of the Talons. The Talons will judge on a point FREE TICKETS (W/Current Student I.D.) FOR ... "c 9/6 • NTSU vs. U.T. Arlington at Maverick Stadium (guest tickets 2.00 general admission) 9/13 • NTSU vs. SM...

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

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 4 Judge dismisses citation against UT student editor By KAREN BALL Staff Writer A contempt of court citation against UT-Austin student newspaper editor Mark McKinnon were dismissed by 200th District Court Judge Pete Lowry Thursday afternoon after Travis County Court-at-Law Judge Jon Wisser found 12 of 16 Middle Eastern students guilty of disrupting a speech at the university Jan. 31. Wisser found McKinnon, 25, in con- tempt of court Tuesday when he refused to relinquish negatives of unpublished pictures taken by a Daily Texan photographer during a speech by former Iranian U.N. Ambassador lereydoun Hoveyda. McKinnon paid a $100 fine for the contempt of court citation, lie will be reimbursed for a $1000 bond he posted two hours after his arrest Tuesday, said Scott Campbell, editorial assistant for public affairs at The Daily Texan. THE RI.QI JEST for the negatives was declared a m...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, September 5, 1980 Editorials Lawless traffic situation The city of Denton and NT Police Chief Robby Robinson are awaiting response from Texas Attorney General Mark White on the legality of a 1970 agree- ment that permitted campus police officers to patrol city streets that run through the university. NT requested the opinion June 25 with the hope of ending jurisdiction questions that have left the streets running through campus virtually unpatrolled. The questions have been aired periodically ever since the agreement was reached 10 years ago. Most recent- ly, the City Council asked administrative assistant Bill Angelo in October 1979 to determine the amount of money generated by the university through the sale of decals for parking on city streets. The study showed a net profit of less than S300, but shortly after the study was completed, City Attorney C.J. Taylor indicated to the City Council he believed the ordinance was illegal. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1980

I I , J Friday, September 5, 1980 m Breeden Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY HAPPY FEET—Aspirants for the division of drama fall productions audition for the musical "No No, Nannette." Auditions were held Tuesday and Wednesday in the Studio Theater of the Speech Building. University UnionxRock' rolls backward RBL undergoes nostalgic facelift to boost business and spirit Bv MICKIE FLEETWOOD Special Writer A new manager and a new look for the Rock Bottom Lounge are two pro- jects underway by Mike Mitura, Univer- sity Union director. Mitura said Janet Kennard will as- sume duties as manager of the RBL to- day. Ms. Kennard, who will be a full time Union staff member, worked in the catering and food service department at C.W. Post College in Greenvale, N Y. Mitura, formerly director of student activities and the student union at State University of New York Agricultural and Technical College at Farmingdale, became the Union director in early July. The RBL is a major problem, Mitura said. He said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1980

. PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 5, 1980 Prices fluctuate for used cars Market value, customer demand reflect trade-in value The value of used cars fluctuates similar to the stock market gold or, .anything else so dear to the heart's of many Americans. There are no hard and fast rules for assessing the value of a used car. "It depends on the market value of the ci'r at the time of trade-in," Mark Jrrdan, sales manager at Banner Chevrolet, said. Availability has a lot to do with the tr ide-in value of a used car, Jordan said. F momic conditions have caused many piople to maintain their cars longer before they trade them in, he said, THEREFORE, some people will buy a used car of lesser quality for a higher pi ice because of its availability, he said. "Another value factor determining the trade-in price is demand." He said a small car that gets more miles per gallon and is in good condition might have a better trade-in value than a four-wheel drive vehicle in excellent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1980

- # \ -1 4 Friday, September 5, 1980 k\ £ ERR® /.1 ' '(iyawaif. SaOf/® MLa« . «K3W5F/fsp ., S«SfWC '/^i^ssF/-4 .r*-- Photo by MAX STACY A MUSICIAN'S LOT—Ann Gates,NT graduate, entertains her audience in the University Union. Her performance was the first series planned by the Union Program Committees. Justice Powell over turns decision on illegal aliens THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Campus Calendar WASHINGTON (AP) — The state of Texas cannot postpone a federal judge's order to offer free education to illegal alien children, Supreme Court Justice Lewis F. Powell Jr. said Thursday. "I conclude that the balance of harms weighs heavily on the side of the children," Powell wrote in granting an emergency request from public interest lawyers representing illegal alien children. "I therefore will vacate the stay in- stituted by the court of appeals, which applies to all school districts within Tex- as," he wrote. While registration for the new school year already was under way, the 5th Cir- ...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 5, 1980 Fi 'Cable college' offers credit to subscribers through TV Photo by ERIC GAY TRAFFIC HAZARD—Georgina Coda, Denton senior, ignores parking regulations as she waits for a friend in the Speech Building parking lot. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)—Could it be that someday folks will earn college degrees simply by plugging in to courses offered on television? The immediate response from educators generally is negative, but the possibility has at least been raised with the advent of televised classes on a "college cable" channel here. "I can forsee a time when that will happen," says Keith Lucas, Louisville-area vice president for CPI Inc., a cable television franchise that will help launch an ambitious college program here this fall. "THE MOST obvious appeal is to the handicapped person who is bedridden or confined to a house who can't get to a col- lege campus. And there are housewives and shift workers, too." With the cooperation of CPI and K...

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

> Friday, September 5, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Game attracts TV, radio By JKRRY PRICKETT Staff Writer UT-Arlington football coach Bud El- liot said although the NT game will be one of the most important in their season, he would rather win the Southland Conference title. The reason why? An automatic bowl bid, of course. Just in case you have other plans for Saturday night, don't worry. The com- plete football game will be shown on the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, which is channel 18 on your Denton cablevision. The times for the delayed broadcasts will be at noon and 11 p.m. Monday. Listen to your radio closely. The game will be broadcast on three stations, with the Mavericks station, KLJZ-AM (1270) joining NT's team of KAAM-AM Student ponders use of complex By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Special Writer As Joe Student approaches sacred Fouts Field, he is greeted by a striking sight. Directly adjacent to the stadium and connected to the NT coaches offices is a brand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Time comes for predictions Who will be tops? You heard it here first By JERRY PRICKETT Staff W riter Predictions seem to be in style these days, and I'm always one to stay with the times. After viewing her predictions, there is one that I can agree with. NT should beat UT-Arlington in a close game, to hazard a guess, about 22-17. Of course, Denise is wrong about the rest of her predictions. I, through a mystical method known only to me, can ascertain the top 10, having never before seen the teams play. 1) Oklahoma I say this not because I am from Oklahoma, but because of head coach Barry Switzer's past record. If OU beats Texas, the national championship is Jecided. 2) Houston Might be, in fact, the best team in the nation. Houston just doesn't have the PR necessary to be No. 1. 3) Southern Cal The Trojans will respond to their probation by tear- ing up the rest of the Pac-10. Look for the Trojans to win the national championship, after they are off prob...

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