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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

Thursday, September 25, 1980 i • & Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY PRETTY HAIRY—Elaine Penny, Richardson Sophomore, gets her hair braided by Twiggy Hairrel of the "Beauty at Sunset" hair salon. The dem- onstration was at the University Union Wednesday. Sunbelt myths miff UT business editor AUSTIN (AP)—A University of Texas business editor says it is a myth that Texas and other states in the Sunbelt "are in the throes of a gigantic economic boom." "In Texas, for example," said Dr. Joseph Pluta, "the Midland-Odessa metropolitan area was the fourth richest standard metropolitan statistical area SMSA in the nation in 1977. But four of the 10 poorest SMSA's - including the bottom three - were also located in Texas. Pluta also writes in a new publication of the Bureau of Business Research that other myths about the Sunbelt's in- dustrial growth include: -A large number of northern firms are moving to Texas. -Firms moving to Texas, or beginning operations in the state, do so largely because o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 25, 1980 Photo by MAX STACY WHAT ME WORRY?—The beginning days of autumn leave a squirrel perplexed about lingering summer temperatures in Texas. There were 12 days of 100-degree-plus temperatures in June, 28 in July and 23 in August. Forecasters, however, were predicting high temperatures to be in the upper 80s for the end of the week, with lows in the upper 60s. Denton's hottest day was July 2 with 110 degrees. Disease plagues New Mexico Bubonic epidemic strikes 11 victims killing three ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP)— Bubonic plague—the ancient scourge that littered the lanes of medieval Europe with bodies—has struck 11 peo- ple in New Mexico this year, killing three of them. Bubonic plague is a rare disease, but it hits New Mexico harder than any other state. "There is no question that the disease is endemic in the rodent population in New Mexico," said Dr. Jonathan Mann, assistant state director for health promo- tion and disease preventio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

Thursday, September 25, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 —— = Eagle teams begin play Netters to perform in weekend matches The NT men's and women's tennis teams begin their seasons this weekend by playing in dual match events. The men will play in the Texas Wesleyao College Invitational in Fort Worth, where they are seeded second behind Texas Christian University. NT plays Cooke County College Friday morning, with the winner fac- ing the winner of the UT-Arlington and Oral Roberts University at 1 p.m. Friday. The first two rounds of the tourney will be played at the UT- Arlington Tennis Center, with the finals scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday at Texas Wesleyan in Fort Worth. NT's line-up features David Sam- me! at No. !; Michael Welsch, No. 2; Sergio Becker, No. 3; Scott Wolff, No. 4; Luciano Cuneo, No. 5; Marc Samuels, No. 6; and Jimmy Rose, No. 7, as the alternate. The doubles teams will be Sammel and Welsch at No. 1, and Becker and Wolff at No. 2, and Cuneo and Samuels at No. 3. La...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, September 25, 1980 Team prepares for soccer match By JERRY PRICKETT Staff Writer The NT soccer team will face Sherman's Austin College at Fouts Field at 5 p.m. today. NT is ranked 19th in the nation by Soccer America magazine, although the poll did not include the team's recent loss to Eastern Illinois University. "Their (Soccer America) poll is really more comprehensive, because it includes all of the schools, not just Division I," Richard Lowe, soccer coach, said. Austin College is 2-2, with one of its wins coming a forfeit from Centenary. NT is 5-1, with a win over fourth- ranked Indiana. Lowe said he did not know anything about Austin College. "I haven't seen them this year. They played TCU, but 1 don't know the score. "Last year they were a good team." The Mean Green may be missing some players. Felix Oskam broke his nose in the Eastern Illinois game and he may miss both games this weekend, Lowe said. Goalie Brian Cliff is nursing a sore s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 17 Alleged census miscount prompts city to file suit By KIM HERLT Daily Reporter Denton is expected to file suit against the Census Bureau within two weeks for what city officials claim is a miscount of the 1980 population. If immediate action is taken, Denton will be the first Texas city to file suit against the bureau, Bill Angelo, administrative assistant to the city manager, said Monday. Following an emergency executive session Monday, the City Council voted unanimously to authorize City Attorney C.J. Taylor to file suit in Federal District Court in Sherman. "THERE ARE A lot of federal funds at stake. We feel it is our duty. If we take the lead, maybe some other cities will join us," Angelo said. The preliminary census report for Denton placed population at 44,103. Angelo said city officials believe the population is about 53,000 — an amount that will allow Denton to recei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, September 30, 1980 Editorials Regency appointments Last week Winfree Brown, chairman of the Board of Regents, disclosed Gov. Bill Clements' plans to appoint a woman to the board in May when the terms of three regents expire. Of those who have been nominated to fill the posi- tions, half are women, and the appointment of a member of a minority group to the board is not far away, Brown said. The board chairman said he is the onlv NT alumnus on the board and that more regents should be NT alumni. Clements can appoint three people to replace regents Albert E. Gates of Catarina, Vernon F. Neuhaus of McAllen and Hugh Wolfe of Stephenville, or he can reappoint them. The governor's appointments and personnel director will investigate candidates for the board and will make recommendations to Clements by next May. The governor's staff will accept nominations and ap- plications for the three board positions through next May, said Mary Alworth, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

Tuesday, September 30, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 « * Lab band tunes up for European tour By LAQUITA DAVIS Daily Reporter NT's l O'Clock Lab Band will present its "Switzerland Kickoff Concert," at 8 p.m. today in the Main Auditorium. Tickets are $4 and $2 with an NT ID. The program will feature soloists and selections from the band's latest album, "Lab 80" Leon Breeden, director of the band, said he expects albums to be on sale at the concert. In an interview Sunday on Channel 11, Breeden said that the mayor and city of Interlaken, Switzerland invited the band to play in the first of what they hope will become an annual festival. Swi«s officials think the 1 O'Clock Lab Band will generate the excitement needed to establish this festival, he said. Breeden, who is retiring in August, 1981, said 22 band members will go with music for four concerts. The need to obtain passports and make other arrangements for the trip forced Breeden to select band members before the first-week-of-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY pwyjMgn Wi t i* 4t-li*'As4w R. '' ■ ' WSw wBwvfe$w .•'«►"■ >*5' >«•*, '. ■ SffS U; %LC. •-%£-. .1$*^ • *•' ^ '• Photo by MARK WILLIAMS HELLO DOWN THERE—An unidentified woman finds a spotted from the fourth floor at the northeast corner of quiet place to sneak in a few minutes of study. She was the General Academic Building. Devotees remember star's death FAIRMOUNT, Ind. (AP)—Ortense Winslow, the woman who raised James Dean, doesn't understand why they come. He was "just Jimmy" to her. But he was much more to the hundreds of flower-bearing fans who flock here each Sept. 30 to touch the tombstone of the intense young actor killed in a car accident on that date in 1955. This year, more than 1,500 devotees are expected to make the pilgrimage to Dean's grave today for a memorial ser- vice commemorating the 25th anniver- siary of his death at age 24. "I'm glad that people think that much of him," said Mrs. Winslow, 79, Dean's aunt, who raised him after h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

Tuesday, September 30, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 t . *• • **«&.. - ""Sr £*' "' • ?*** h Ai*/£■ .*'• t*4KX '* \t j * - jVv • --4 - . -' v ***i •• •- • £•;•• "'"' ■ -•- ''"•' ■ ./V "-- ••. "■'.•■. • v - - \ * —^Wi:- ~ . ♦*> •- ■ - fifoJaM Photo by MAX STACY TENDING THE FIRE—Ceramicist Roger Jamison fires clay pots using the ancient method of placing the pots on the hot coals. The wet clay pots were placed at the outer edge of the fire and were moved closer to the middle as the clay hardened. Tape implies political pressure HOUSTON (AP) —An Austin at- torney, one of three defendants in the Texas Brilab trial, was quoted in a taped conversation as saying three members of a board that handled state employees in- surance were subject to political pres- sure. In a telephone wiretap recording played Monday to a federal jury, Donald Ray told labor official L.G. Moore three of the six State Employees Retirement Board members could be manipulated. But, Randall Wood, Ray's law pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

Writer finds preconceived notions of class, instructor unfounded Self-defense expert fights stereotyping By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer My first thoughts upon entering the old Men's Gym wrestling room a month ago for my self-defense PE class were the basic, stereotyped notions. 1 expected the instructor to be a short, oriental guru who would give us the finer points of jujitsu and transcendental meditation while we all stood around watching and saying, "Yeah, right, you want to show us how we can break three bricks with our bare hands again?" Viewpoint I'm not sure what drove me to sign up for that class, rather than wanting to get the last of my PE credits out of the way. But with crime rising faster than infla- tion (Denton police reports indicate ma- jor crime increased 35.9 percent from September 1979 to August 1980 over the previous year) it would come in handy to know what to do if 1 were faced with a gang of knife carrying bandits in some dark and dusty alley. So, you can i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

I 1 Tuesday, September 30, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Kickers take two NT wins 12-1 The NT soccer team, in a match which many fans said looked like a soccer ex- hibition, dominated an inexperienced Austin College team 12-1 in Fouts Field Thursday, and raising its record to 7-1. Before the game, the Austin College coach said he expected NT to give his team a lesson in soccer. His team, mostly composed of freshmen, continuously fought off NT scoring attacks. The NT squad, except the goalie, Lynn Venable, spent most of the after- noon on their offensive half of the Held, repeatedly taking shots at goal. The number of shots taken on goal was: NT 40, Austin College 10. Horacio Duhart, Mexico City senior, scored six goals, missing the NT single game scoring record by one. David Kitzmiller, Irving freshman, recorded three goals in a reserve role. Frank Monreal, San Antonio sophomore scored two goals and had one assist. John Welsh, Netherlands junior, scored one goal. Monrael began t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, September 30, 1980 mm * . M: Mitchell tackles Eagles HI as Cougars win 24-20 Photo by MARK WILLIAMS Joe Stevenson runs an option as James Perry leads blocking Men enter finals undefeated Netters meet Saturday By JERRY PRICKETT Staff Writer The NT football team evened its record at 2-2, losing to the Houston Cougars 24-20 in the Astrodome. Mean Green hopes for an upset were ended when I-back Malcolm Jones was stopped by Houston defensive tackle Leonard Mitchell on fourth-and-one at the 50-yard line with 21 seconds left. NT received a Houston punt at its 23- yard line with a minute and 30 seconds remaining. Reserve quarterback Rusty Hill, who played most of the fourth quarter, started the drive with a 17-yard pass to tight end Ron Battle. FROM THERE, Hill dropped back to pass, but could find no receivers open and finally had to run up the middle for 7 yards. Facing a second-and-three, Hill com- pleted a pass to Battle for 2 yards. Jones then ran u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 18 BRETT® Z .'5SCR3R' T.1 S Secretary files complaint alleging unfair wages II.i JIIB' H Hi" " , *^£sssmm T - mmf-*"""— ' . T .-gTBOTI ■ I TT T litiC ./ rv ■ 1'..y ■« nrww"'- « i " ————i L~arr"~g~-y r "TiliW"TH ■— I' I ""H ' " wbk&xT' - ■■ wm&jm I -: «jiUKV *4ESkl ; - Photo by MARK WILLIAMS THAT LONELY FEELING—A lone spectator sits in the Fouts Field bleachers during the soccer match between the Mean Green and Austin College. Although the team recently ranked in the top 20 teams nationally, head coach Richard Lowe said that attendance at games has averaged about 200 people Phone charges increase By TERR I BANNING Staff Writer Beginning today, monthly residential and business telephone rates will be in- creased to enable General Telephone Co. of the Southwest to collect $31 mil- lion additional revenue allowed by the Texas Public Utilities Commission in August. One-party ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1980

in . • Commentary Editorials 1980 census recount The decision on the 1980 census handed down by U.S. District Judge Horace Gilmore last week has im- portant implications for cities and states, and a quick and accurate recount is needed to avoid further com- plications. In his decision, Gilmore ordered the Census Bureau "to adjust population figures for the 1980 census at the national, state and substate level and to adjust the un- dercount to prevent the undercount of blacks and Hispanics, as well as whites." Although the judge did not specify how much the figures would have to be adjusted, one of his law clerks said the adjustment would add at least 5 million to U.S. population figures. Gilmore allowed the bureau 30 days to determine the means by which it will correct the figures and ex- tended the deadline for submitting the final population reports to the president, if the corrections cannot be made within 30 days. This could cause problems for Texas, with its bien- nial Legislat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1980

Wednesday, October 1, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Photo by BARBARA BARKELY BARMAIDS—Rene Wells, Fort Worth sophomore, and Debbie Stout, Waco freshman, and other dance students limber up during a beginning ballet class. Bodine's Make 1981 Memorable Hallmark calendars are beautiful...adorable. , funny...or cute. And always appreciated. 3kn , . ( m /(ntVi 'i ■~TV' •, t + Valuable Coupon 10% Discount On Any Purchase Sept. 22 to 27, 1980 Carriage Square Only A Political Discussion Wed. Oct. 1 7:30 p.m. in the Lyceum JOHN DANCY - NBC White House Correspondent GREGORYSCHNEIDERS - FormerCarterStaffMember JOHN SEARS - Former Reagan Staft Member MARY CRISP - Nat'l Chairwoman For Anderson yGuilty' reveols Streisand's limitations Singer sacrifices style, spontaneity for commercial sounds By JAMES KAUFMANN Staff Writer As a belter she was the best. When the lady sang the blues she was beyond com- pare. Throughout her career she has stretched her considerable talents to en- compass a divers...

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

« ♦ y '■ v PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 1, 1980 W« Photo by MARILYN COVEY LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE—An unidentified dog takes a nap in a planter on the patio at the west side of the University Union, noon last week. The dog was caught napping one Building becomes Boston asset 1 Jewel' finally gleams BOSTON (AP)—It stands like a 60- story jewel cut into Boston's skyline. But a few years ago, the new John Hancock Tower was a plywood-shuttered derelict, plagued by delays and falling glass win- dows, and the subject of several million- dollar lawsuits. Spotters with binoculars warned pedestrians below when glass started fal- ling. Monday, four years after the immense office building was dedicated, the law- suits seemed no closer to resolution. But the tower itself has shrugged off its CASUAL COMFORT TRANTPER ...the do anything, anytime, anyplace boot! Comfort has a new look. Nylon and leather upper is lightweight, yet rugged. A wedge crepe sole and foam padded collar help...

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

« ♦ Wednesday, October 1, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 ' ■ 'a Photo by MAX STACY THAT'S MY PIGSKIN—Kerr Hall resident Mark Messer struggles for more yards as Stewart Smith and John Swanson do their best to stop him. The game Monday was between residents of the fifth and sixth floors of Kerr. WANTED... Interested Students Who Want to Become Involved in University Wide Committees Applications are available in the Student Association Office located on the 4th Floor of the Union. Some committes are: • Student Service Fee • Judicial Positions • Curriculum • Athletic • Other University Wide Committees fc i We're Making the Finest Tune-Up Available... Even Finer -HERE'S WHAT YOU GET New plugs, points and condens«r New distributor cap, rotor and coil, if needed Replace faulty ignition wires and/or terminals Ad|ust points and timing ' Service or replace air filter. Adjustment and chemical cleaning of carburetoi Service PCV Dynamometer engine tune up Infra red performance analysis and ad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1980

♦ PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 1, 1980 ' t W Photo by TERRY HASKER CALLING MARS—Laura Wright, Everman, Texas freshman, works on pronouncing spanish words correctly in the dial-access lab of the Foreign Language Building. Personal Hair Design Precision Hair Cutting for Men and Women featuring * Jimmie Vanderlaan * Tim Hunter * Cindy Richter and introducing Donna Dalton (Formerly of Hairchitects) 917 AveC Carriage Square for appointment 382-0822 It's time for Advertising Students, Journalism or Art, to join the Advertising Club Membership drive deadline-Wed., Oct. 5 Membership fee $1500 Contact Linda Perlman 383-3180 or come by Rm 101 GAB Crime wave strikes subways NEW YORK (AP)—Muggers kill a music student on a subway platform. Thugs beat a teen-ager with brass knuckles outside a subway entrance then steal her gold necklace. A man slashes subway riders with a meat cleaver. Such stories of violence along the city's 710 miles of subway tracks have made crime a grim, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1980

I* > Wednesday, October 1, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Photo by TERRY HASKER John Welsch practices heading at Mack Park LOOK TERRIFIC! LOSE INCHES AND GET FIT! CLASSES STARTING NEAR YOU • Golf Course Club House-NTSU Tues. & Thurs. 7 p.m. 10/14/80-11/20/80 For more information, call 382-8201 Jacki has named the 6-week sample session "Dreams" Aerobic Dancing JW JACKl SOetNSEN_ 25% Off Any FAMOLARE in Stock for 3 DAYS ONLY "Delizia" bright multi NOW $38.50 reg. $50.00 Mon.-Wed. & Fri. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Thurs. & Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 107 N. Elm 382-9778 Welsch recovers from injury, pursues All-America honors By MIKE WIGGINS Daily Reporter After sitting out last season with a knee injury, John Welsch returned to the NT soccer team this fall to pursue records and All-America honors. Richard Lowe, soccer coach, said Welsch, a junior midfielder from the Netherlands, led the team in scoring in 1977 and 1978 and is a good candidate for All-America honors. "John is definitely ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 October 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Duo leads team Freshman golfers excel Wednesday, October 1, 1980 Last month's Bemirtg Golf Classic was the first collegiate tournament for a pair of NT freshmen golfers and the two women played as Coach Suzanne Norton had hoped. South African Lesley Copeman and Christina Whalen of Conroe finished se- cond and third respectively among NT varsity golfers with three-round scores of 243 and 249. The pair are among six freshmen that Ms. Norton said she hopes will lead the second-year golf program to prominence in Texas. Whalen was a top Texas high school golfer. She was a fourth place medalist in last year's state meet. Her play at the tournament attracted the eye of Ms. Norton. A different route brought Copeman to NT. She simply wrote Ms. Norton and requested a scholarship. The playing background of the two golfers varies considerably. Whalen picked up her first club at age 3 and with help from her mother, a professional golfer, began competition in the eigh...

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