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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 12 University to operate channel on cable TV system By KAREN BALL Staff Writer NT is expccted to join the cable television system operating in Denton by November, Dr. Donald Staples, of the speech faculty, said Thursday. "We can probably be on the air in the first part of November," he said. Channel 26 of the Golden Triangle Com- munications group of channels has been reserved for use by NT since the cable network began operations last November. Brandon Barnes, general manager of Golden Triangle Communications, said the channel is available for use by NT "whenever they want it." Golden Triangle Communications is a partnership between Denton Publishing Co. and Cox Cable Communications of Atlanta. The reserved channel was a condition of Golden Triangle's contract awarded by the Denton City Council. The company is obligated to provide cable connections to every building on campus....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, September 19, 1980 Editorials Inconsiderate timing Cost-sharing assessments included in the 1980-81 budgets of NT auxiliary enterprises came as a surprise to almost every organization involved in the new ac- counting procedure. About $760,000 has been allocated yearly from revenue-producing auxiliary enterprises, such as hous- ing, the University Store and the University Union, to help offset the costs of operating 22 administrative en- tities. This year, for the first time, assessments were based on total expenditures of the organizations rather than total income. This new procedure also included stu- dent service fee organizations and other non-revenue- producing auxiliary enterprises that previously had not been assessed. The goal of the new procedure is to create a more consistent method of distributing allocations so that revenue-producing enterprises will not be responsible for the majority of the cost-sharing figure. As an accou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

Friday, September 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ) -1 'vl fc£., , J V- 7 NT ID. For BREAKING AWAY — Paul Dooley (left), Dennis Christopher and Bar- tonight at 7 and 9:30 in The Lyceum. Admission is $1 with bara Barrie star in the film, "Breaking Away." The film will be shown more information on weekend activities see'Weekend'below. Film society meets to plan fall program r Weekend MOVIES. "Being There," starring Peter Sellers, in his Academy Award nominated role, and Shirley Maclaine is showing at the Campus Cinema on Hickory Street. "Dressed To Kill," starring Angie Dickinson and Michael Caine, is show- ing at the Fine Arts Cinema on North Elm Street. "The Final Countdown," starring Kirk Douglas and Martin Sheen ,is showing at the Plitt Cinema on Univer- sity Drive. "Smokey and the Bandit II," starring Burt Reynolds and Sally Field, is show- ing at the Plitt Cinema on Screen II. "Raise the Titanic," based on the novel by Clive Cussler, is showing at the UA Cinema 4 at Golden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 19, 1980 f ft Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY GIVE HER MORE GAS—Bob Holland of the NT grounds crew mows the grass between the Physics and Business Administration buildings The grounds crew let the grass grow high so it would take root If they cut it too soon, the heat would burn it up, workers said Students learn parenting Class offers tips The Parent Effectiveness Training class offered this fall is designed to educate students and help them be better parents. Sheryl C. Fancher, instructor, said the class is one all parents can benefit from. This class is not a group encounter session or a lesson in how to stop being a bad parent, she said. The objectives are to improve parent-child communication, to train parents to listen and express feelings openly with their children and to ease conflict present in many families. The course includes the "finer points of parenting," Mrs. Fancher said. These include being responsive and listening without ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

Friday, September 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 < ' ■ Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY KISS FOR THE N.ISS Denton Freshman Todd Krause thanks Denton sophomore Caroline Poole for her congratulations on his acceptance of a bid from Theta Chi fraternity. SA OKs $22,000 budget Pay for president, cabinet totals $11,000 The Student Association approved a $22,000 budget Wednesday that calls for $11,000 to be spent on salaries for the SA president and his 7-member cabinet. Jonathon Ingraffia, Houston junior, said the salary portion of the budget was "entirely too much." SA memebers are paid minimum wage. SUPPORTING INGRAFFIA, Mark Master, Piano sophomore, said when an organization experiences financial cuts, such as cost sharing, the money is usual- ly deducted from personnel. "When you cut from maintenance and operations, you cut from services," he said. The SA has a $1,282 cost-sharing as- sessment for 1980-81. President Steve Player argued that the SA had never run out of maintanance a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 19, 1980 Grand jury takes month recess Murder probe of federal attorney, judge hits snags SAN ANTONIO, Texas (AP)—The federal grand jury investigating separate ambushes of a federal judge and prosecutor has recessed for a month after sessions focusing on the Bandidos Motorcycle Club. The grand jury ordered seven members of the Bandidos to appear in a police line-up observed by an un- disclosed witness, then questioned a former prizefighter about his associa- tions with club members. THE PANEL IS trying to find out who riddled the automobile of former Assistant U.S. Attorney James Kerr with 19 bullets on Nov. 21, 1978, and killed U.S. District Judge John Wood Jr. a mile away on May 29, 1979. In recent actions regarding the in- vestigation: -A secret witness peered at the line-up of Bandidos through a one-way mirror at the Bexar County Jail, then left under heavy guard last Wednesday. Assistant U.S. Attorney Wayne Speck said, "what transp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

Friday, September 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Group to give trip for two to Houston The NT Park and Recreation Society is sponsoring a drawing for a free trip for two to the Sept. 27 football game between the Mean Green and the University of Houston Cougars. The trip for two includes air fare, hotel accommodations, transportation, and game tickets. A dollar donation will be accepted for each ticket. The drawing for the trip will be held Monday in the Men's Building 106D. The winner does not need to be present to win, but will be notified Monday evening. Donation tickets are available in 106D from the Recreation Society of- ficers. COPIES COPIES COPIES COPIES • Per Original • 8V2 x 11 — 20# white bond • Black Ink 4L-53* t^ % Hr '«■- Swimmers to dive, race in competition ; Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY HAVING A FLING—David Taylor, Dallas senior, and Albert Pedulla, College Station freshman, practice for Intramural swimming and diving competition is scheduled for the PE Building s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, September 19, 1980 Scribes stab at scores By DEN1SE GARNER Staff W riter Well, it's that time again. Jer and I are into our se- cond week of college football game predictions, and of course 1 own the better record. This week, in addition to the NT-UTEP game, we will predict four Southwest Conference games and one Southeast Conference game, just to keep things in- teresting. NT vs. UT-EL PASO — The Eagles just love to play UT-E1 Paso. This game is just what the Eagles need, a nice weekend in El Paso and an easy victory on the field Saturday to get this season back on the right track. Final score: NT 32, UT-E1 Paso 7. SMU vs, TCU — This one is going to be much closer than one might think. TCU lost to powerful Auburn by only three points last week and although SMU seemingly demolished NT on the scoreboard last Saturday, NT statistically took it to the Mustangs. Since I'm so mad at SMU, I'm going to take a chance on this one and pick TCU to upset the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

' t * The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 13 5* Bookstore incurs deficits Administration investigates problem Photo by MARK WILLIAMS ALL BOOKED UP—Doug Hoffard, Denton freshman, stocks history books in the University Store bookstore. The bookstore annually loses money because an es- timated 20 percent of the books ordered by faculty members are not purchased. The loss, said Bob Sweatmon, director, causes other items in the store to increase in price. He attributed the deficit, in part, to book adoption problems. By KAREN BALL Staff Writer The University Store book depart- ment operates in the red, but annual deficits are anticipated because 20 per- cent of textbooks ordered by the store are not purchased by students, Bob Sweatmon, University store director, said Thursday. President Frank Vandiver said the ad- ministration is concerned about the deficit. "This is an auxiliary enterprise. A college bookstore ought...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, September 23, 1980 Editorials Wiretapping legislation Despite Gov. Bill Clements' assurances that a wiretap law he is to introduce to the next Texas Legislature will not violate individual rights, any loosening of present wiretap restrictions increases the chances for abuse. The wiretap law is part of a package of laws that in- cludes the formation of an agency to take over the duties and funding of criminal justice projects now handled by the Law Enforcement Assistance Ad- ministration soon to be dissolved. The governor said he favors a law similar to the federal law that permits the use of wiretaps only under strict judicial supervision. The law would allow wiretaps to be placed with the consent of an appellate court judge and would have to be renewed every 30 days, if necessary. Clements' proposal would restrict wiretap use to felony narcotics cases. It would make illegal wiretapping a third-degree felony, punishable by a maximum j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

Tuesday, September 23, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Lyceum to show Bette Davis' films Bette Davis stars in a double feature of two vintage Warner Brothers melodramas at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. to- day in The Lyceum. "Jezebel," starring Miss Davis, Henry Fonda and Fay Bainter is the first feature of the program and will begin at 7 p.m. The film, directed in 1938 by William Wyler, chronicles the flamboyant anti-bellum behavior of a young southern vixen (Miss Davis) and how her attitudes at first attract and later repel her prospective beau (Fonda). The film has been cited as a personal favorite of both Miss Davis and direc- tor Wyler. Film critic Pauline Kael wrote of Miss Davis in "Jezebel," "It's hard to know which is Davis' 'big scene' in the movie. The painful flam- boyant error of her appearance in red, or the breathtaking moment of her apology in white. She took the Academy Award for this role and rare- ly has it been awarded so justly." "Jezebel" earned Miss Davis her se- con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

. 'I4 tit PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 23, 1980 Tu< Drug abuse escalates among students By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY SUIT Writer In the late sixties and early seventies, the area around Fry Street north or the campus was almost as notorious for drugs and pushers as Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco. Marijuana, cocaine, LSD, amphetamines, barbituates and heroin were only a sample of what could be bought on that street. "I remember we made quite a few drug busts out in that area," Denton police Lt. Bill Cummings said. "That was a highly-productive drug area. But, we've really cracked down on that area and it's not a problem like it used to be." But, that does not mean that drug use has ceased to be a problem around NT. In fact, partly due to federal aid cut- backs in the police budget, police report abuse of drugs like marijuana, hashish and amphetamines has grown. "The federal government cut out a lot of our funds and we had to drop some crime-prevention and drug abuse- pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

Tuesday, September 23, 1980 La ■ "iL- *1^' ''j. """ *■ - ^ «so&i«Ej: ^hpphhpi Br* *i'v¥l~!£f5?<«-. BS?W' -> i- Photo by MAX STACY JEANNE'S WORLD—Pittsburg Junior Jeanne Pritchard debates whether or not to buy a print at the Union Program Committees' plant and print sale. The sale will continue through Friday in the Silver Eagle Suite of the University Union. NT dormitories are beginning a program to prevent "Freshman 15," a condition that may afflict students leav- ing home for the first time, NT nutritionist Carol Beck said. "Freshman 15" describes the ten- dancy of many freshmen to gain weight when thev move into the dorms because of the lack of supervision and careless- ness in watching their diets. Overeating and inactivity may cause students to gain weight, she said. The program is designed to make them aware of their eating habits and to provide ideas on how to prevent "Freshman 15." To aid students in choosing a balanced diet, Food Services has posted menus listing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 23, 1980 ,,fc , • . ;W I Photos by MARK WILLIAMS THE PAIN OF IT ALL—NT tight end Mark Witte (left) groans in pain as Kate inman, assistant trainer, tries to soothe him. Witte injured his knee in the second quarter of the NT-UT-EI Paso football game Friday night. Witte is helped off the field (middle) by, from left, trainer John Porche, a trainer from UTEP and Dr. John Anderson. Defensive end Paul Nance holds an ice pack on bruised arm. Denton hospitals take osteopaths Five TCOM faculty members say rule violates rights By BACK'S HIRSC HHORN Special Writer Although battle lines have formed in Fort Worth over whether osteopathic physicians should be allowed staff privileges at the county hospital, doctors of osteopathy may practice at any of Denton's three hospitals. Five osteopathic physicians, all Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine faculty members, are suing the Tarrant County Hospital Board, claiming their con- stitutional rights we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

Tuesday, September 23, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 1 SSL Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY PERFECT FORM—Piano junior Allen Johnson hits from the baseline during the intramural tennis tournament. Held last weekend, the tournament attracted over 70 participants. Fall retreat's location moves after breakout A retreat planned at Possum Kingdom Lake for NT and other college students this weekend has been rescheduled at Lake Sharon. Dr. David Compton, of the education faculty, said the fall weekend retreat has become a tradition where students from NT and other schools meet with profes- sionals in an outdoors setting to visit and explore opportunities. Students and professionals from col- leges and universities in North Texas have been invited to participate, he said. The retreat has been reorganized from a two-day program into one day and will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Lake Sharon is located between Denton and Dallas, Dr. Compton said. The camp is owned by Highland Park United Meth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 23, 1980 I o vx ,v..^ Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Raymond Morris (41) and David Balfanz (44) pursue Bobby Daniels Eagles run record to 5-1 NT kickers take second Bj MARK WELTON Daily Reporter The NT soccer team came in second in the Eastern Illinois University Tourna- ment in Charleston, 111., this weekend. NT beat Indiana State University at Evansville 3-1 Friday to advance to the championship game against Eastern Illi- nois Saturday. Eastern Illinois beat NT 2-0 to win the tournament, and handed NT its first defeat of the season. A controversy in the game hurt NT's chances. The referee ejected two players after an Eastern Illinois player butted NT midfielder Felix Oskam in the face while play had been stopped. Both teams were forced to play with 10 men and NT soccer coach Richard Lowe changed his game plan. At 69:45 Eastern Illinois scored its first goal, from 18 hards out, to make it 1-0. Near the end of the game NT brought its defense f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 15 . ' - i \9 % !■ i; 'i Governor considers appointing female regent By KAREN BALI. Stuff Writer Gov. Bill Clements has indicated he will appoint a woman to the NT Board of Regents in May, when the terms of three regents expire, Winfree Brown, board chairman, said Wednesday. "I almost could assure you that there will be a woman on it (the Board of Regents). "He (Clements) has not made up his mind (concerning who he will appoint) at this time. Fifty percent of the ones that are in the file to be considered are women," he said. Brown spoke in the Silver Eagle Suite in the University Union as part of a lec- ture series presented by the Union Programs Forum Committee. Terms of regents Albert E. Gates, of Catarina; Vernon F. Neuhaus, of McAl- len; and Hugh Wolfe, of Stephenville; expire in May. Brown said he did not think Clements would appoint a non-white to the Board in I98I, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, September 25, 1980 Editorials Meaningless debates Rather than providing voters with substantive infor- mation on which to base their choice for president Nov. 4, Sunday's League of Women Voters-sponsored debates became just another trivial issue among many raised in the 1980 edition of election year "news." Just as television situation comedies unrealistically try to resolve Americans' day-to-day problems in 30 minutes, Republican nominee Ronald Reagan and in- dependent candidate John Anderson attempted to resolve the controversies and questions of election '80 by determining, in a one-hour debate, who is more capable of taking the presidential reins away from Jimmy Carter. Carter, stimulating his own bit of election year trivia, adopted the debate philosophy of "three's a crowd," and joined other voters at home in front of the TV set rather than in Baltimore in front of the TV cameras. The result of this prime-time media event was t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

Thursday, September 25, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 'I 4 Oriental bronzes "mirror' Japan By MARIE JAC KSON Daily Reporter Eiji Yamamoto, a Japanese metalworker from Kyoto, Japan, gave a presentation titled "The Crafts of Kyoto" Monday. The presentation included a film "Makio: The Magic Mirror," a slide show and a question and answer session. Yamamoto briefly discussed the types of metalwork done in Japan, but focused his presentation on makio, or as Westerners call it, the magic mirror. The makio is a round, bronze-cast mirror, began as an ancient Chinese tradition. It came to Japan in the 4th century. The makio is cast in a clay and sand mold. The back of the mirror is embossed with a design. The 'magic' occurs when the mirror is reflected onto a sur- face. The reflection is the hidden image that is em- bossed on the back. The traditio, if the makio was lost until the early 1900s when it v. as rediscovered by Horyu Yamamoto, Eiji Yamamoto's father. Mirrors are significant in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

MSSj PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 25, 1980 ... wsu \ I , rO^.- £ Police cite causes rape Aggression motivates some assailants Rape is a misunderstood crime (hat could be committed by almost anyone. Officer Nancy Estes of the NT Police Department said. A stranger, a casual acquaintance, or even a boyfriend could be capable of sexually abusing an individual, she said. MANY PEOPLE believe the stereotype that a rapist possibly suffers from a strong, uncontrollable sexual desire, but this is not necessarily true, Ms. Estes said. A rapist generally is not looking for sex, but commits the assault as an act of aggression. The aggression could be caused by a problem with a woman, family, friends, or maybe even a job, she said. Three kinds of rape are most com- mon: hot prowl, hitch-hiking and the casual acquaintance rape. The hot prowl assault is committed when the assailant breaks into a home and sexually assaults a victim. Ms. Estes said this can be avoided by keeping d...

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