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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

I - V Tuesday, September 16, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 4 « By BECKY HIKSCHHORN Larry BanU, archaeologist for the U S Army Corps of Engineers' regional office in Dallas, says he has nothing against rain. But he admits he's pleased this summer's drought has allowed work to resume this week on an archaeological site that is normally beneath Lake Lewisville. Dr. Dennis Stanford of the Smithsonian Institution and his crew arc looking for evidence to determine if a group of charred clay pits at the site were hearths used by prehistoric man. Another explanation, which excludes the presence of man, is that a forest fire burned tree stumps or a group of woodrat nests. Banks said. The site was unearthed in 1951 while the Corps was building the reservoir. King Harris and Bill Crook, amateur archaeologists, Olin McCormick, an archaeologists from Dallas, were the only ones working at the site until I956, when heavy rains exposed more of the site and attracted area archaeologists, said Ol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Libertarian crusades for freedom Former NT student Bill Howell runs for Texas Legislature seat Bv KKVIN "DOC" SHAY Siaff Writer When Dallas slate representative can- didate Bill Howell attended NT from 1972 to 74, he wasn't sure what he wanted to get into. He majored in philosophy and minored in history, but he failed to attain a degree because he w asn't interested in a-piece of paper say- ing he graduated from college. He knew there was more to life than making money and acquiring all the status quo material objects. In an ethnics class at NT, Howell read a book by a University of Southern California philosophy professor about the concept of libertarianism. He visited the Texas Libertarian Party head- quarters in Irving. Immediately, he liked what he read and signed up with the party. "I've been looking for a party that went by the Constitution, that supported what this country was built on during the American revolution," said Howell, who is running f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

' It Tuesday, September 16, 1980 Kickers take first in Wichita Falls By DEN1SE GARNER Staff Writer The NT soccer team took first place in the Midwestern State University Soccer Tournament in Wichita Falls last weekend, beating Hardin-Simmons 5-0 and Avila College 4-0. The Eagles have a 4-0 record for the season and have not allowed a goal. NT earlier defeated Indiana and TCU. In the game against Hardin-Simmons, junior forward Horacio Duhart scored two goals. NT's scoring tandem of sophomore forward Frank Monreal and junior midfielder John Welsch combined for two goals and four assists against Hardin-Simmons. Duhart first connected with 19:07 gone in the first half. He was assited by Welsch. Monreal then scorcd with four minutes left in the first half, assisted by freshman midfielder Paul Slover. Second half scoring began with a Duhart goal at 40 seconds into the half, with assists from Slover and Monreal. Welsch scored an unassisted goal with 27 minutes gone in the second half, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 September 1980

PAQE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 16, 1980 I Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Paul Nance zeroes in on Mike Ford UTA hosts spikers The NT volleyball team will visit UT- Arlington at 7p.m. today to play a three out of five game match. UT-Arlington won the Mean Green Invitational Tournament in Denton Saturday without losing a game, defeating the University of Nebraska, 18-16. 15-13 and 16-11 for the cham- pionship. The NT volleyball team finished se- cond in the consolation bracket Satur- day in the tournament after losing to the University of Oklahoma, 6-15, 15-6, 15- II and 15-8. "It took us a long time to get our of- fense together because Carol Lancki was Costly turnovers cause loss; Moore plans to kick the habit out of the starting lineup," Vicky Guy, volleyball coach, said. Lancki has an in- jured knee and was scheduled to be tested with an orthoscope Monday. The injury might keep Lancki out for the season, Ms. Guy said. NT lost all of its matches in pool play on Friday, losi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 10 '#k • IJSjs Suspect surrenders in Jackson shooting Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY THE TRANSFER-—Denton Police Department Detectives Russell Lewis and David Scott escort Terry Wayne Williams, charged Monday with the murder of NT running back Bernard Jackson, to the county jail. Williams was taken to the jail about 2:30 p.m. Tues- day, about three hours after Samuel Ricky Crochett surrendered to police. Both are being held In lieu of $100,000 bond. By TKRRI BANNING Staff Writer Samuel Kicky Crochett, the man Denton police heiieve supplied the weapon in last week's murder of NT football star Bernard Jackson, turned himself in to police at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. Crochett informed his lawyer, Royce Coleman, of his decision, and Coleman escorted him to the Denton police station. "His attorney brought him in and surrendered him," Detective David Scott said. "I told him who I was and that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily f Page 2 Wednesday, September 17, 1980 i Solution to Iran crisis Although the Iranian Parliament's vote to open debate on the hostages is an encouraging development, it should not immediately be construed as an end to the 10-month-old crisis. But the apparent easing of the Ira- nians' demands should be used to secure the sale release of the hostages. In a message broadcast last week on Tehran radio, the Ayatollah K'lomeini said the hostages would be released when the former shah's wealth is returned to Iran, when all U.S. claims against Iran are canceled, when the United States guarantees not to intervene in Iranian affairs and when the United States frees fro/en Iranian assets. Significantly, in his message Khomeini made no de- mand for a U.S. apology as a precondition of the hostages' release, and there was no mention of spy trials for the hostages or of "satanic America." But there have been encouraging signs before. Last spring the Carter adminis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

Wednesday, September 17, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 "Hearts and Minds" explores Vietnam war and ideology Academy award winning documentary examines misguided ideals By JAMES KAUFMANN Staff Writer It was never an officially declared war. To some of those who lost family or friends in the Vietnam War the sacrifice was in the name of patriotism. To some of those who fought the battles the War was a reflection of the price one must pay for freedom. To many it was the result of American ideals gone sour. "Hearts and Minds," the 1974 Academy Award winning documentary on the Vietnam War, is a rewarding, revealing, and objective examination of the war and the American ideologies that led to U.S. involvement. The film examines the post World War II patriotism that engulfed the U.S. and includes clips from patriotic Hol- lywood musicals that featured precisely choreographed soldiers singing "We made certain that this time was the last time and we'll never have to do it again." The film...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

• • PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 17, 1980 — : — , if- city awaits assistance • i? • MIAMI (AP)—Children play in the blackened rubble of looted businesses where fading p«int proclaims "Fire Sale." The jobless while away the days swapping tales ott doorsteps and street comers. last May, these northwest Miami neighborhoods of Liberty City and Overtown exploded in three days of looting, burning and killing. Tensions that flamed then still sim- mer. and belief grows among resi- dents that promises of help made in the riot's wake won't be kept. V \ ■ \ v! ^ - , "WHAT'S BEEN done for Liberty City since the riot? Absolutely nothing," said Ray Fauntroy, leader of the local Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Riot-zone residents complain that the $90 million President Carter promised in federal aid shrank to $70 million, and they suspect most of that will never make it into Liberty City. "A lot of promises were made by congressmen and various govern- ment representa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

Wednesday, September 17, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Photo by MAX STACY STRETCH IT—Dance Instructor Shelly Cushman modern dance class Tuesday In the dance studio In the demonstrates the hamstring stretch for her advanced Women's Gym. Faculty provides research Publish or perish policy aids university for them. I help take the sting out," he said. By BARBARA ( ORI)RAY Daily Reporter The policy that faculty members have scholarly works published is necessary because it benefits both teachers and students, Dr. Barry Lumsden of the education faculty, said. "The requirement for academic publishing affects teaching wonderfully," Dr. Lumdsen said. "It requires the teacher to research various topics in his field. This is intrinsically related to the way he teaches," he said. Publish or perish is a phrase meaning that if faculty members are not publishing enough, when they come up for review they will not be given promotions or tenure. DR. LUMSDEN, who teaches a graduate course, "Essent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY | * ' Wednesday, September 17, 1980 7. . mmmm v r fffi'-'i' Photos by MARK WILLIAMS OPENING UP—Mrs. Mary Smith arid her son Michael arrive at NT's Developmental Movement Program and meet Michael's teacher Lisa Hamm (left). Michael Is reluctant at first and cries a little (middle). Eventually, the tears fade to a smile. The non-competltlve classes meet In the Lab Gym Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Children from age 2Vt to 5'/ may par- ticipate. Three sessions will be conducted during the semester. Firefighters prepare Drought creates danger ATLANTA (AP)—Firefighters from Texas to Virginia are preparing for a long and damaging forest fire season caused by dry weather, and work has already started in some states, according to the man in charge of coordinating the effort. U.S. Forest Service firefighters have been working overtime in some southern states, and 20-man firefighting crews from western states have been brought in to assist them, said Wade Erwin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

Wednesday, September 17, 1980 Phyllis George to return for football pregame show THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 By JERRY PRIC'KETT Staff Wriler Phyllis George Brown is back in the public eye after taking some time out to have a baby. M rs. Brown, the former Miss America, Miss Texas and NT graduate from Denton, will rejoin her friends Brent Musburger and Irv Cross on CBS's "NFL Today" show starting Oct. 5, she said. It was Gov. John Y. Brown of Kentucky, her hus- band, who talked Phyllis into going back into broad- casting. "He said it would be fun for me, and I think he's right," Mrs. Brown said. "It meant so much just to get back with the old gang." However, her son, Lincoln Tyler George Brown, and her husband come before her career, she said. "It is so important for women to do what they want after they have a baby. "I will go to work Saturday and be back Sunday, but I'm sure there will be some people saying I'm neglecting my baby." Mrs. Brown said before her marriage she was still ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, September 17, 1980 Sammel vies for ranking in Texas college tourney By DAVID WILLIAMS Special Writer Gwynn Sammel, NT tennis player from South Africa, has been invited to participate in the Texas Open, a tourna- ment held annually to decide rankings among Texas college tennis players. This is the first year that the tourna- ment has been opened to foreign players, and it was only opened to a select group of foreigners, NT Tennis Coach A.G. Longoria said. The tournament will be held Sept. 19-21 in Corpus Christi. Longoria said Sammel, 24, was invited because the tournament committee was impressed by her statistics. For the past several years, she has been on tour playing tennis. '1 wanted to come to a college and play tennis. In South Africa, we do not have this type of competition between different schools like you have in the states," Sammel said. Sammel started going to the tennis club and playing tennis with her mother and sister when she w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 11 =? Photo by MAX STACY THE AFTERMATH — The truck of an eighteen wheeler rests on its crushed cab following an accident on I-35 in Denton. The driver of the truck, David Rollinger, braked to avoid hitting a slow-moving car about 12:20 p.m. Wednesday. His truck jack-knifed and swerved into the other lane, colliding with another truck. Rollinger's wife, Jodeen, a passenger, died at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. Rollinger and Bill Self, the driver of the other truck,seen in the background, were in stable condition Wednesday evening at Westgate Hospital. Engineers to discuss reservoir Corps plans land purchases By TERR5 BANNING Staff Writer The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is preparing to hold a public meeting to dis- cuss the corps' procedures in purchasing land for the construction of Lake Ray Roberts, near Aubrey, Jim Herbert, ex- ecutive officer for the corps' Fort W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, September 18, 1980 University construction The 67th Session of the Texas Legislature, which will convene in January, will face the burdensome task of allocating money for construction at each university outside of the University of Texas and Texas A&M Permanent University Fund. The 66th Session voted to discontinue the use of revenue obtained from ad valorem taxes for university building construction. Legislators and university ad- ministrators alike are confused by the system sub- stituted for the ad valorem tax system. Eliminating the ad valorem tax as a method of funding university con- struction has raised questions about how requests for construction money will be submitted. Are universities to submit proposals for construction funds in biennial budget requests to the Legislature? Are universities to request construction funds during the legislative ses- sion? Some administrators are sidestepping the issue by not requesting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

Thursday, September 18, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 t - MS r MEPWS ' ... A, *•' -■*■■ ■) m / -v i t'-—i 1t , , . ■ ■ v rr ' V Photo by TERRY HASKER Artists' lawn on West Oak Street contains silly 'ninistic' art Artists give front yard Kninistic' look By LAURA HAYNES Staff Writer Realism and Serialism may be dead art forms to Ann Perew and Margaret Mclnroe, Dallas juniors majoring in art, but "Ninism", art of their own creation, is alive and well in Denton. "Ninism' is the concept of taking real tacky things—ultra tacky things—and making them jump out with bright color," Ms. Mclnroe said. Ninny means silly and it is real silly, but we're reai serious about it." The artists have illustrated their sup- port for the artform in a ninny sculpture in their front yard of their house at West Oak and Bryan Streets. "All of our friends like it a whole lot," Ms. Mclnroe said, "but people not into art don't really understand it." The day-glo garbage cans with red and chartreuse designs mou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

Metroline, TEI aid students Photo by TERRY HASKER DON'T SLIP—Larry Rose, Port Arthur senior, works on an assignment for a printmaking class. Rose was carv- ing the design on a wood block In tht Art Building Tues- day. B5U locks up— just for a night The Baptist Student Union will hold an all-night lock-in this weekend at the Baptist Student Center for female stu- dents. The lock-in will start at 6:30 p.m. Fri- day and the doors will be unlocked after breakfast Saturday morning. Kathy Wright, BSU spiritual growth committee chairman, w ill lead a discus- sion on self-image and personal relationships. "Any men caught trying to sneak into the lock-in will be promptly thrown oul," Ms. Wright said. UNEXPECTED PREGNANCY? Services thru the 20th week Awake or Asleep Women's Health Services Dallas, Texas (214) 349-9533—Call Collect Affiliated with Motroplex Gynecological Group, PA Toll Free 1-800-442-4076 COPIES COPIES COPIES COPIES • Per Original • 8V2 x 11 — 20# white bond • Black Ink J*. -5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

I > * « Thursday, September 18, 1980 « • • • • m • • *■'■■■ r ■ .; - * Ei, *<. *,. ..• «L Photo by ERIC GAY MISSED DISK—John Lux, Denton Senior,takes a running leap for a frisbee outside of the Willis Library. Weekend workshop develops leadership The North Texas Leadership Training Developmental Workshop will be con- ducted Friday and Saturday at Lake Murry in Oklahoma. The retreat includes sessions in leadership, delegation and publicizing organizations and communication. The $10 price covers meals and transporta- tion. Objectives are to create a team con- cept within an organization, to develop skills in planning and organizing, to learn how to utilize available resources and to become aware of one's leadership abilities. "The workshop is open to students who want to develop their leadership abilities and personal skills, and those who want to learn better time planning," said University Union program adviser Cyn Cherrey. Dr. Doug Starr of the journalism fac- ulty and a coor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 18, 1980 % I J If your Sill' :v. . - V fi'S Hi v ISBIP fr: w CD >. CD i_ CD > O CD O Jd CL *o c cc CD C •a CD o •O CD c o CO "5 o '' . fjfi,' ' % * « I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I « i i i i % l i von think you could pick r oeer with your eyes closed, here's your chance. Probably just one beer drinker in 3 can pass this test. / udwei All three major premium beers are distinctly different in taste. After all, they're made by different brewers using different ingredients and different brewing processes.Still.it takes a pretty educated tongue to tell them apart. You may not win, but you can't lose. How do Schlitz, Budweiser and Miller compare on taste? That's for you to decide. Simply rate each beer from 1 to 10 on the flavor characteristics below. When you're finished, try to guess the brands by name. Very, very few people can do this. Doe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

Thursday, September 18, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Olympic runner trains at NT By ERIC KIMBAl.L Daily Reporter In the world of running, many have been great for a while — for four or five years if they are lucky. Francie Larrieu Smith is one of the exceptions. Smith started running in 1965 at a time when schoolboys were sent home for having hair long enough to touch their ears, and athletes were seldom female. In a sport where youth seems to be a prerequisite, Smith is still winning. For many years, Smith dominated the 1,500 meter run. Now she is training for the 3,000 meter run, and more road races. SMITH HAS held the world record in the women's 1,500 meter run off and on for the past ten years. The world record is currently held by Mary Decker, of the Athletics West track club in Eugene, Ore. Is Smith over the hill? "No, every time a new kid edges me out in a race, they say I'm over the hill, I'm finished," she said. "But one win doesn't make someone great, nor does it mean...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 18, 1980 Photo by TERRY HASKER Cindy Miksch saves a shot in tournament play UTA slams Eagles Spikers' serves spearhead win The UT-Arlington volleyball team combined strong serving and consistent scoring to beat NT 15-2, 15-7 and 16-14 at UT-Arlington Tuesday, Vicky Guy, volleyball coach, said. UT-Arlington jumped out to an early lead in the first game of the match when NT had trouble receiving serves. When NT finally settled down, the Mavericks score was out of reach, Ms. Guy said. "Bad serve reception cost us the first game. When we finally got that figured out, we let down." NT fell behind again in the second game, 5-2. A comeback was halted by in- SCHUESSLER SOUNDS 3*3-1312 WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 2122 Wm< Pralrto OUR LOCATION Prune well Pmine Tennit I | CASSETTE 8-TRACK I TDK# AMPEX UNIVERSAL • SOUND PRO 10% OFF ALL BLANK TAPES 20% OFF BY THE CARTON With Coupon Thru Sept. 26 Ask About Our Free Recording Service Every Day of the...

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