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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1980

Thursday, September 11, 1980 •< AH, AHCOO—Among the types of pollen that ag- and Ambrosia trificida. The former Is common In North gravate allergy sufferers are Chenopodlum album (left) Central Texas Clayton seeks clearance for key defense witness WASHINGTON (AP)-Texus House Speaker Billy Clayton, facing a criminal trial that stems from an FBI un- dercover investigation, has asked a Supreme Court justice to clear the way for a key defense witness to testify, Clayton and Austin attorneys Donald Ray and Randall Wood, co-defendents in the trial, told Supreme Court Justice Lewis F. Powell Jr. they would suffer irreparable harm without his help to insure a fair trial. They turned to Powell on Wednesday to make sure a protective order is in place for union official L.G. Moore, a fourth defendant indicted as a result of the FBI Brilab investigation. It is doubtful Moore would be called as a witness without the order when the federal trial on charges of racketeering, extortion, fraud and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 11, 1980 f Photo by TERRY HASKER THE BLACK HOLE—NT maintenance workers Harvey Lewis, Charles Wltherspoon and Frank Miller make preparations to rebuild a kiosk north of the Univers.iy Union. The kiosk burned Aug. 12. Degree faces new outlook By JAVIER RODRIGUEZ Staff Writer Faced with dwindling enrollments in political science courses, the political science department will emphasize high school and college recruiting this fall in an effort to show students that a political science degree is good for more than teaching or gaining entrance into a law school, said Dr. C, Neal Tate, who became the department's new chairman this fall. Tate said that most liberal arts courses at universities were affected in recent years by a trend among students toward going to college to get a job and "not caring about if the courses were good for them as a person or that kind of thing." But at the same time, he said, there also was a trend among people wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1980

Thursday, September 11, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 ii Harvey paces NT offense Wingback tells 'classic' success story It sounds like the classic football suc- cess story. A small-town boy with big hopes makes the college team and comes off the bench to be the hero of the game. The situation is similar to that of NT wingback Pete Harvey. Harvey was the Eagle's leading receiver last year. But how Harvey came to NT is the unique part of the story. Because of his father's job with Union Carbide, Harvey played his first two years of high school football at the American High School in Mexico City. He competed against teams from Mex- ico, Texas and California. When his family moved back to their home in Norwalk, Connecticut, Harvey finished his high school football career there and was recruited by Clemson University. Soon after Harvey signed with Clemson, their entire coaching staff was fired. Amid the turmoil at Clemson, he was contacted by then NT Head Coach Haydcn Fry. "My footba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1980

' PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 11, 1980 Beleaguered baseball fan shuns AL West for "unknown' NL East By DF.NISE GARNER Slaff Writer on After Jerry's inspiring column baseball yesterday, I felt compelled to write a little on the subject myself since I, too, think baseball is "the grand old game." Sportscope September has traditionally been the month of excitement in baseball land. Pennant races reach their climax, tempers flare, players excel when the pressure reaches an extreme (George Brett), players falter when the going gets rough (Reggie Jackson), veterans tire at the end of a long season and rookies cal- VP, head coach lead NT-SMU pep rally The pep rally for the NT-SMU foot- ball game will be at 8 p.m. today in the Auditorium Building. Dr. Al Hurley, vice president for ad- ministrative affairs, and Jerry Moore, head football coach, are scheduled to speak. The Talons will award a keg of beer to the most spirited group at the pep rally. A group from Maple Hall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1980

■ . I? m The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 8 Universities confront state for funds Editor's note: This is (he last in a two-part series oil the search for funding for university construction By KARENBALL Staff Writer Members of the 67th Legislature, which convenes in January, will face pressure from state university officials seeking the creation of a permanent university fund or the rein- statement of the use of ad valorem taxes for construction of university buildings, State Rep. Tip Hall, D-Denton, said Thursday. The 66th Legislature passed a bill that almost entirely dismissed the ad valorem tax collection system after State Rep. Wayne Peveto, D-Orange, sued to have the system declared unconstitutional. The Legislature was pushed to get out of ad valorem taxing, J.W. Riddlesperger, a retired member of the NT political science faculty, said. Riddlesperger said, "Literally, it will give them more power if the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1980

Commentary Editorial John L. Carter Day Today is John L. Carter Appreciation Day. After serving a quarter of a century at NT, Carter retired Aug. 31 as NT's fiscal affairs vice president, a position he had held since 1965. President Frank Vandiver designated the day to honor Carter for his leadership and longtime service to the university. Besides his 15 years as fiscal affairs vice president, Carter served twice as acting president, in 1970 when President John J. Kamerick resigned, and last year when President C.C. Nolen resigned. Carter's tenure at NT began in 1955 when he joined the university staff as chief accountant. He was named comptroller of the university in 1961, and four years later became fiscal affairs vice president. Carter, a native of Blanco, Texas, received a bachelors degree in social science from UT-Austin in 1946. He attended Texas Christian University, earned cer- tification as a public accountant and went to work for a private accounting firm for serveral year...

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

T • i -1 Friday, September 12, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Monday recital features opera by NT music faculty member WHO GOT DA BALL?—Co-stars Nick Nolte and Mac Davis play a couple of over-the-hill professional football players In "North Dallas Forty" playing at the Lyceum tonight at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Admission Is $1 with an NT ID. See "Weekend" for more film activities this weekend. Georgia ceramicist shows primitive art Roger Jamison, a ceramics instructor at Mercer University in Macon, Ga., is conducting a two-day workshop and will dig a pit on campus, to demonstrate overnight firing by the primitive method, in conjunction with an exhibition of his work on display today through Sept. 25 in the Univer- sity Union Gallery. The Union gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and Saturday. Both the gallery and the workshop, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 25 and 26, are open to the public free. Jamison, who holds a master of fine arts degree from Indiana University, will demonst...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 12, 1980 Dining hall remains dosed By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer The dining hall at The College Inn, closed this summer, remains closed for financial reasons. "There were just not enough people eating in there to warrant keeping it open," said Charles Musgrave, manager of The College Inn. "We were losing about $30,000 a year from food costs, employees salaries, maintenance and other things. In this area, there are about 40 fast food places, and most of the resi- dents eat there." A meal card at the dorm costs about $100 less per semester than one at The College Inn dining hall, said Musgrave. "Many girls were living here and eating at the dorms. We can't compete with their prices since they're operated by the school and we're privately operated." The College Inn management has not received many complaints about CAMPUS DOWNTOWN 214 W. Hickory 387-6221 the closing of the dining room, he said. "Most of them do not really care about the ...

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

Friday, September 12, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 £ ■ ; -*.ji ' Sfa V i r Photo by TERRY HASKER CHUCK IT UP—Preeda Petchdee, Bangkok senior, prepares to machine a length of metal tubing on a lathe In the Industrial Arts Building. The part will be used in a drill press vise. Texans rank 19th in 1979 earnings DALLAS (AP) — The average Texas resident made more money in 1979 than the average American, ranking the Lone Star state 19th in the nation in per capita earnings, ac- cording to the U.S. Commerce Department. Per capita earnings averaged $8,788 — $15 more than the national average. The Commerce Department said Texas' wages also managed to keep ahead of inflation. In Dallas, however, where the in- flation rate is second only to Detroit, a wage earner's salary would have had to increase by about 18 percent lo keep up with inflation, according to U.S. Labor Department statistics. The vice president of the business development group for the Dallas Chamber of C ommerce, Ron White...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 12, 1980 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY SEEING THE LIGHT—Jay Pilklngton, Gardnerville, Nev. sophomore, reads a Braille map of the NT campus. Pilklngton has been blind since age 15 due to a syndrome caused by arthritis. Designer to discuss field Maps offer aid Braille guides of campus assist blind By MARILYN COVEY Staff Writer A raised map of the NT campus with Braille lettering for streets and buildings and a separate Braille guide produced by the Dean of Students of- fice is now available for blind students. Barbara Jungjohan, assistant dean of students, said 20 copies of the map were made using a Thermoform machine located in the special collections area of the Willis Library. Jay Pilkington, Gardnerville, Nev., sophomore, used the Braille map of the campus for the first time Wednesday. Pilkington said he had learned his way around the campus, "but I've never really seen how it is laid out." He said he would have to spend some time using th...

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

Friday, September 12, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Kickers play in weekend tournament The NT soccer learn will be in Wichita Palls today and Saturday for the Midwestern Stale University Tourna- ment. The team will play Hardin-Simmons University at 5 p.m today and Avila Col- lege, from Kansas City, Kansas, at 2 p.m Saturday. Both teams beat NT last year. "Avila beat us 2-I in the fall and Hardin-Simmons beat us in a spring tournament," Richard Lowe, soccer coach said. Lowe said Hardin-Simmons has some "very highly skilled foreign players," and Avila had "physically strong American farm boys." Almost all of last year's Avila players returned to the team this year, he said. NT has not worked on any special strategies, Lowe said, just basic defense and offense. "A lot of it will depend on how good they are. If we arc dominating in the first few minutes, we'll try to pour in some goals like we did against TCU. If they're good, like Indiana, we'll play conser- vatively," Lowe said. "...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 12, 1960 Scribes stab at scores Writers predict Mean Green victory By DEN1SE GARNER Staff Writer Last week it was preseason predictions, now it's time for the hard-core individual game predictions. Who knows what excitement next week will bring. I'm going out on a limb and do hereby predict the NT Mean Green will surprise SMU's Mustangs before a full house at Texas Stadium Saturday night. NT's big question marks, mainly how quarterback Joe Stevenson would lead the team and how the offen- sive line would fare, were both settled in last week's 31- 14 drubbing of UTA. Stevenson completed 17 of 28 passes for 180 yards while directing the offense; the of- fensive and defensive lines blew UT-Arlington away. SMU has yet to play and their preseason build-up by their expert sports promotions department always far exceeds their performance on the field. Final Score: NT 27, SMU 17. Cjemson vs. Rice — Why bother to play it Final Score: Clemson 38, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1980

EXTRA EXTRA The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 8 V [ I Si Bernard Jackson dies after shooting NT's all-time leading rusher killed early today following argument By BILL BRAUCKMULLER and TERRI BANNING Staff Writers Bernard Jackson, 21, Dallas senior and leading rusher in NT football history, was shot once in the chest about l:20 a.m. Friday in the parking lot of the Mean Green Inn. He was pronounced dead on arrival at 2:05 a.m. at Flow Memorial Hospital. Witnesses reported Jackson was seen fighting in the parking lot before the shooting occurred with a black male, described as 5'4", 160 pounds, with a short afro, and wearing a white T-shirt and dark pants, Denton police Lt. Bill Cummings said. A second suspect walked from the north to the east side of the club carrying a handgun behind him, the police report said. The second suspect was described by witnesses as well-dressed, wearing a dark shirt, vest and golf h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, September 12, 1980 Editorial John L Carter Day Today is John L. Carter Appreciation Day. After serving a quarter of a century at NT, Carter retired Aug. 31 as NT's fiscal affairs vice president, a position he had held since 1965. President Frank Vandiver designated the day to honor Carter for his leadership and longtime service to the university. Besides his 15 years as fiscal affairs vice president, Carter served twice as acting president, in 1970 when President John J. Kamerick resigned, and last year when President C.C. Nolen resigned. Carter's tenure at NT began in 1955 when he joined the university staff as chief accountant. He was named comptroller of the university in 1961, and four years later became fiscal affairs^vice president. Carter, a native of Blanco, Texas, received a bachelors degree in social science from UT-Austin in 1946. He attended Texas Christian University, earned cer- tification as a public accountant and went ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1980

Friday, September 12, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 at >n io al ;r- ir- id id ;c- )W ri- ds; of Id )le ws ■kle Photo by TERRY HASKER CHUCK IT UP—Preeda Petchdee, Bangkok senior, prepares to machine a length of metal tubing on a lathe in the Industrial Arts Building. The part will be used In a drill press vise. Texans rank 19th in 1979 earnings DALLAS (AP) —The average Texas resident made more money in 1979 than the average American, ranking the Lone Star state 19th in the nation in per capita earnings, ac- cording to the U.S. Commerce Department. Per capita earnings averaged $8,788 — $15 more than the national average. T he Commerce Department said Texas' wages also managed to keep ahead of inflation. In Dallas, however, where the in- flation rate is second only to Detroit, a wage earner's salary would have had to increase by about 18 percent to keep up with inflation, according to U.S. Labor Department statistics The vice president of the business development group for the D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 12, 1980 \ Rusher ranked 6th in '78 Continued from Page 1 Kedric Couch, who coached Jackson's junior varsity team in high school, said he called Hayden Fry, the NT head coach, after the 1977 season and told him he should move Jackson to runningback. Jackson started at tailback against UT-E1 Paso on Sept. 9, 1978, and rushed for 118 yards in 14 carries as the Eagles won big, 49-0. In the season's third game, against UT-Arlington, Jackson tied the NT single game rushing record of 207 yards as the Mean Green won a close game 28-23. The record was set by Ray Renfro in 1951. Before the next game against New Mexico State University, Fry said, "He's only going to get better with experience." After four games, he was averaging 160.5 yards per game and ranked fourth in the nation in rushing. Another big game for Jackson in 1978 was Nov. 14 against Northeast Louisiana University when he rushed for 161 yards in 18 carries. In 1979, he rushed for 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 9 i • Police arrest suspect in Jackson murder By TERR I BANNING mid MIKE BROl'HY Staff Writers Terry Wayne Williams, 21, of 604 Park Lane, was arrested Monday and charged with murder in the shooting death of NT football star Bernard Jack so i i. Police arrested Williams at 3:23 p.m. while he was working at a construction site on Paisley Street in East Denton. "This is the one we believe actually pulled the trigger," Denton Police Lt. Bill Cummings said. Williams was ar- raigned before Justice of the Peace James brwin who denied bond because Williams had been free on bond. Denton County Jail records said Wil- liams, also known as Terry Wayne Goodall, was arrested July 31 and charged with aggravated assault and robbery. Bond on the aggravated assault charges was set at $2,500 and bond on the aggravated robbery charges was set at $5,000. Indictments on both charges were handed up ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, September 16, 1980 Editorial s ivHieK f A PUBLIC 5ER\Jlce CoNllc. STRIP) Discriminatory quotas The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has issued a report recommending that the government remove quotas limiting the number of immigrants from one country and instead admit people on a first-come, first- served basis. The recommendation is one the govern- ment and the Immigration and Naturalization Service need to take under serious consideration. Every year, the U.S. Code allows the entrance of 290,000 aliens, no more than 77,000 in the first three quarters of any fiscal year. But the way the laws are set up discriminates against some immigrants and violates civil rights. The Eastern Hemisphere has an annual immigration ceiling of 170,000, while the Western Hemisphere has a limit of 120,000. But Cuban immigrants alone have totaled more than 100,000 in the past few months. The report from the commission, titled "The Tar- nished Golden Door, C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

Tuesday, September 16, 1980 Teachers to perform Recital features clarinetist Dr. James Gillespie of the music faculty will perform works of Finzi, Solomon, Schmitt and Lovreglio on clarinet in a free recital at 8:15 p.m. to- day in the Concert Mall of the Music- Building. Sonnets, Opus 23 was composed last year by Melvin Solomon of the music faculty and was one of the first works ac- cepted for publication by Indiana University and Southern Music Com- pany for their special clarinet series. "Sonnets" is dedicated to Bernard Port- noy, a music professor at Indiana. Dr. Gillespie's reciti'l will be the first perfor- mance of the work in Denton. Dr. Gillespie, an expert on reed music for trios who joined the music faculty two years ago, will be joined by three colleagues, Judy l isher on piano, Judith Mendenhall on flute and Dr. Charles Brown on harpsichord. Other pieces on the program are Gerald Finzi's Five Bagatelles, Florent Schmitt's Sonatine en trio pour clavecin. flute et clarin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 16, 1980 Sophomore honors enrollment increases Dr. Don Ryan of Northwestern State University in Louisiana will meet with the NT Honors Program Committee Sept. 24 to discuss the honors program at Northwestern. Dr. Ryan was invited to NT by Presi- dent Frank Vandiver, who has expressed support for the NT honors program, Dr. Anthony Damico, director of the program said. Freshmen enrollment in the honors program is down this year, but the sophomore enrollment is "the best its been," he said. In the fall of I979, 41 freshmen enrol- led in honors English classes, compared to 36 freshmen this semester. Sophomore enrollment has risen from 31 last year to 46. A maximum of 50 students may be in- ducted into the honors program each year. Although present enrollment is below this level, l)r. Damico said the competitive element is still present. "I am not looking for just bodies," he said. A student who earns a score of 1100 or higher on the SAT or...

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