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

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 19 Iraq calls for halt to hold U.N., Islamic peace talks BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) —Iraq declared it will stop fighting Iran for four days starting Sunday, but will return any Iranian fire. The new Iraqi truce offer followed Iran's rejection of a U.N. cease-fire call and renewed air at- tacks by both sides at the battlefront. THE IRAQI ANNOUNCEMENT was made Wednesday at the United Na- tions. Iraqi spokesman Salah al- Mukhtar said the dates Oct. 5-8 were chosen to allow time for consultations with Iran by the United Nations and by an Islamic peace mission headed by President Mohammed Zia ul-Haq of Pakistan. Al-Mukhtar said that during the four-day period, "if militarv action is taken against us we will return the fire." There was no immediate reaction from Tehran to the Iraqi declaration, which came at a time when the war seemed to be moving into a stalemate caused by unexpectedly stiff...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, October 2, 1980 Editorials Nuclear fuel for India In a decision clearly tilted by the last minute lobby- ing of the Carter administration, the Senate paved the way last week for the shipment of 38 tons of enriched uranium to India, a country that diverted U.S. nuclear material in 1974 and used it to detonate an atomic bomb. The narrow 48-46 vote favoring the sale came after what was billed as one of the most thorough and hot Senate debates in years. The House previously had refused to go along with the sale by a strong vote of 298-98. A vote against the sale by both houses was required to stop the transaction. Leaders of the drive to block the sale said permitting it would hinder U.S. efforts worldwide to stop the spread of nuclear weapons because India has refused to agree to safeguards aimed at blocking diversion of the fuel to weapons use. Selling nuclear fuel to a country that refuses to adhere to nuclear power safeguards is a sl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1980

Thursday, October 2, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Different values result in xSerious Business7 By LAQU1TA DAVIS Daily Reporter "Serious Business," a concert by Carl Finch featuring films, love songs and special guests will be presented at 8 p.m. today in the Lyceum. A display of Finch's "found art" is in the Union Gallery in connection with the concert. Finch said by "found art" he means taking or finding things out of life and focusing on a particular aspect. Finch, keyboardist of the Brave Combo Polka Band, said, "Don't expect polka music (at the concert). This is serious business. No one will be admit- ted without the "Mark of the Beast" on his forehead or paw, and if they don't have it we will provide a mark at the door." Finch said he named his concert "Serious Business," because of different values people acquire from various sources during their lives. What is serious to some people may not be serious to others. However, since dif- ferent people take different things se...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 2, 1980 Car pooling eases traffic flow Sharing rides saves energy, lowers air, noise pollution By JANIS HARRIS Daily Reporter Car pooling is the wave of the future, Robin Loving, public information representative of Dallas Rideshare, predicted. A recent U.S. Department of Trans- portation study shows two out of five Americans expect their transportation mode to change within the next five years. This change includes driving less, possibly through programs such as Rideshare, Mrs. Loving said. COMMUTERS WHO car pool make personal contributions to energy conser- vation and to the reduction of air and noise pollution. By saving gasoline, commuters save money. Car pooling may appeal to many NT commuters, but other than Dallas Rideshare, little help is offered. Student Association President Steve Player said the SA and the Computer Science Department were unable to compile car-pooling information this semester as they have in previous semeste...

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

Thursday, October 2, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 f Photos by BARBARA BARKLEV SHARKS—Houston Freshman Robin Ascheal (left) studies the angle of her next shot. Frankfurt, Germany Freshman Frank Sallach tries to sink one in the corner pocket. The two were com- peting in pool tournaments Tuesday and Wednesday sponsored by The Syndicate Judge fears ruling Conviction threatens free speech AUSTIN (AP) — A Texas Court of Criminal Appeals judge says his colleagues have poked dangerous holes in freedom of speech by up- holding a harassment conviction. Judge Truman Roberts said the ruling could lead to prosecution of citizens who send nasty letters to their elected officials. He also said charities that use pictures of suffering children to solicit donations could face criminal charges. The court ruled Wednesday that Shirley Kramer was guilty of harass- ment for sending a morbid ad to the parents of a six-day-old boy. The ad said: "Baby Problem Solved! — with this beautiful all metal cas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1980

I MM\ ' . ;:r PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY tjrnv+jr**. -s>3« an '/ V; Photo by MAX STACY PICK YOUR CANDIDATE—Political party workers the UPC Voter's Fair in the University Union courtyard hand out literature and talk to interested on-lookers at The campaign workers solicited votes Tuesday. Non-smokers unite Minnesota act promotes cleaner indoor air MINNEAPOLIS (AP)—The dif- ference is apparent when you land at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Air- port. You are in Minnesota, one of the first states to give non-smokers the legal right to breathe smoke-free air indoors. The 1975 Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act allows smoking only in designated areas of public places. That includes restaurants, stores, hospitals, schools, buses, offices and all other enclosed, indoor areas used by the public or serving as a place of work. The exceptions are bars serving meals to fewer than 50 people, factories and warehouses. At the airport smoking isn't allowed in lines and most lobbies. Arrival- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1980

Thursday, October 2, 1980 Lineman takes no offense from absence of publicity By MIKE WIGGINS Daily Reporter Offensive linemen do not get as much publicity as running backs or receivers but that is something linemen have learned to live with, NT starting center Toby Bowen said. "Everybody wants publicity. Offen- sive linemen get mostly self-satisfaction from playing because they know they're not going to get publicity," he said. Although the linemen may not get the praise they deserve, head coach Jerry Moore said the center is one of the most important positions on the team. "Our offense can't start a play unless the center does his job right. Toby is kind of the quarterback as far as the of- fensive line is concerned, and he does a good job at this," Moore said. Bowen came to NT from L.D. Bell High School in Hurst where he played defensive tackle. He was redshirted his freshman year and it was not moved to center until this fall. "I started off my freshman year at of- fensive tackle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 2, 1980 Fry accepts coaches' word, declares film controversy over Compiled from staff and wire reports "It's all over with," Hayden Fry said. Fry, University of Iowa head football coach and the former head coach at NT, said he would take the word of Nebraska coach Tom Osborne and NT coach Jerry Moore that Nebraska received no films of NT games played while Fry was coach. "I'm not going to let this drag on," Fry said. "I never felt more bad about anything in my life. Fry told a reporter for the Des Moines Register and Tribune Friday that someone had given films of his teams at NT and SMU to Nebraska. Fry said the Nebraska staff had analyzed the films and an NT playbook, and the informa- tion was supplied by Moore. The information helped Nebraska defeat Iowa 57-0 Sept. 20, Fry said on Friday. He said two Nebraska coaches publically said before the game they had access to several years of NT films. Fry said Tuesday someone at NT had con- f...

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

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENT.ON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 20 1 % A I Committee reviews biologists' charges ByTERRI BANNING Stiff Writer Allegations by five Biology department faculty members that they were rated unfairly by the department chairman and the Personnel Affairs Committee last spring are being investigated by the University Review Committee in closed hearings. The hearings, which began Tuesday, are looking into the cases of Drs. Roland Vela, Digamber Borgaonkar, Young Chen, James Mrotck, and Don Smith separately, a memorandum sent to the teachers Sept. 18 stated. Dr. Vela's case was completed Tuesday but a decision has not been made. The cases of Drs. Vela, Borgaonkar, and Chen were investigated by a subcommittee of the Univer- sity Review Committee in July. Full hearings in the cases of Drs. Borgaonkar and Chen were requested by the Personnel Affairs Committee immediately following the investigations, but misunderstandings b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, October 3, 1980 Uncompetitive state bids" The Texas Preference Rule, which went into effect this week, gives Texas companies a second opportunity to bid on state contracts and threatens to undermine the state's competitive bidding process. The rule, approved last month by the State Purchas- ing and General Services Commission, came after Texas businesses successfully lobbied the Legislature for preferential treatment in awarding state contracts. Under the rule, Texas companies whose initial bids are within 2 percent of the lowest bid are allowed to submit a second bid, a privilege denied to out-of-state bidders. The rule affects state contracts totaling more than $500. Although the rule was intended to keep "Texas money" in Texas, its implementation could discourage out-of-state bidding, therefore narrowing the range of bids submitted for state contracts. A competitive atmosphere is needed to ensure the state, and therefore taxpayers, ...

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

• I • Friday, October 3, 1980 Music school adds computers to degree NT's School of Music is offering a new degree that includes computer science to graduate students in music theory. It allows theory students seeking a master's degree to take six hours of computer science, a three-hour com- puter assisted instruction course offered by the music school and a three-hour research paper instead of a six-hour thesis in theory. The computer science courses are re- quired to acquaint students with com- puter operations and programming, said Dr. Robert Ottman, head of the music theory department. The computer as- sisted instructions class will teach stu- dents to program music into computers similar to those used by the music school. Dr. Ottman said the computers are used by freshmen and sophomore theory students to improve their ear training. He said it is advantageous to students because it is hard to teach ear training when another person must produce the music. By using the computers th...

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

RRfHspHi ■ -0m* PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY TIMBER—Wahid Jabrl, assistant foreman of the grounds crew, knocks down a dead tree near the east entrance of the University Union. The grounds crew plans to use tractors to knock down other dead trees on campus. The trees will eventually be replaced, Jabri said. Babies beat bacteria BOSTON (AP)—Giving babies a shot of penicillin within an hour of birth will almost entirely prevent strep diseases, the most common infection among new- born infants in the United States, a ma- jor study shows. Although the results are promising, the researchers say more tests are needed to make sure this routine use of oenicil- lin would not lead to even moic dangerous illnesses. The doctors who conducted the research on 18,738 babies found that a quick dose of penicillin almost com- pletely protected the infants from dis- eases caused by a bacterium called Group B streptococcus. The strep germ became increasingly common during the 19...

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

Friday, October 3, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 ♦ I « > m Photo by MAX STACY GET THE POINT?—Gregory Schneiders, right, il- lustrates an idea at the Election '80 Forum. To his left are Martin Thompson, Dallas coordinator for the John Anderson Campaign and John Sears, former member of Ronald Reagan's campaign staff. The Forum was sponsored by the Union Program Forum Committee. Panelists discuss media's role in presidential election By YVONNE ENGLES Daily Reporter The 1980 election was characterized as an election between "the weakest presi- dent since Hoover, a primitive and an already ran," by NBC news correspon- dent John Dancy at a forum Wednesday in The Lyceum. The forum was a panel discussion on issues facing the candidates by Dancy, John Sears, former Reagan campaign worker, Gregory Schneiders, former Carter worker, and Martin Thompson, area coordinator for John Anderson. After an introductory speech by Dancy, each panelist was given a chance to express the views of his ...

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

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 3, 1980 A r*-" A 7W I / -■ v; i PholO by MAX STACY THAT'S COSMIC—Science fiction fans in The Lyceum don 3-D glasses to view "It Came from Outer Space," a movie based on a Ray Bradbury novel. In the film, a UFO lands in an Arizona town and a cyclops type creature begins taking over the minds and bodies of townspeople. NT hosts symposium Nobel Prize winner to lecture on physics The Sixth Conference on the Application of Ac- celerators in research and industry will be held in the University Union Nov, 3-5 with a Nobel Prize winner to be a guest speaker. The conference's purpose is to review current research and the wealth of industrial applications in progress with accelerators throughout the world. The conference will be held in two symposiums running at the same time, Dr. Jerome Duggan of the NT physics faculty and conference chairman said. Some of the sessions in the symposiums will be held jointly to allow interchange between the groups....

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

Friday, October 3, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 • i. Lamar hosts spikers today in tournament The NT volleyball team will play in Beaumont today against the University of New Orleans in the Lamar University Invitational Volleyball Tournament. The tournament is divided into two pools. The University of New Orleans, Lamar University, Alvin Community College and NT are in pool A. Texas A&M, West Texas State University, TWU, Rice University and UT-Austin are in pool B. Teams from each pool play today and Saturday morning to decide the top two teams in each pool. These teams advance into a single elimination tournament Saturday afternoon. "I feel good about the pool assign- ments at the tournament. We've beaten Lamar once this year, but I don't know much about New Orleans or Alvin. I ex- pect us to be first or second in our pool," Vicki Guy, volleyball coach, said. Carol Lancki, who hurt her knee in practice two weeks ago, had the knee operated on last week. The cast was removed ...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 3, 1980 Scribes predict Eagle win By DENISE GARNER Staff Writer This week's predictions are shortened because of lack of space and the mental exhaustion of my col- league. NT VS. UNIVERSITY of Southwest Louisiana- No contest. NT, will pound the Ragin' Cajuns by a score of 41-21. TCU VS. ARKANSAS—The Horned Frogs are improved, but not enough. Final Score: Arkansas 27, TCU 14. TEXAS TECH VS. TEXAS A&M—Neither team has played to expectations. Final Score: A&M 14, Tech 13. KENTUCKY VS. ALABAMA—Bear Bryant and crew are rolling now after Bear's picture appeared on the cover of Time Magazine. Final score: Alabama 45, Kentucky 20. By JERRY PRICKETT Staff Writer Another week, another prediction list. NT VS. SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA —This should be a rout. Home fans will be able to see the Mean Green in Fouts Field for the first time this season and the NT players should be up for the game. Besides, who ever heard of Southwestern Louisiana. Fina...

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

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 21 Former student gives court deposition today in harrassment case ByTERRI BANNING Staff Writer Former NT student Karen Dilbeck will give a deposition today in her damage suit against the university and Dr. Don Whaley, charging him with unethical conduct and sexual harrassment. Miss Dilbeck is seeking an undetermined amount in damages from NT and Dr. Whaley, director of the Center for Behavioral Studies. What Miss Dilbeck will ask in damages will be determined later, Jonita Boyd Borchardt, Miss Dilbeck's attorney, said. Miss Dilbeck filed suit in August I979. A trial date for the suit, originally set for Oct. 20, may be delayed indefinitely, 2llth District Judge Sam Houston said Monday. Houston said the 10 lawyers involved in the case probably will not be ready with evidence in time to meet the original court date. At a pretrial hearing Friday attorneys told Houston they could no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, October 7, 1980 Editorials Mideast negotiations Iranian jets attack Baghdad and other Iraqi cities at dawn Sunday, breaking an Iraqi-called cease-fire only moments after it had begun. The Revolutionary Command Council, Iraq's ruling body, then vowed to push the Middle Eastern conflict into its third week. Iran had refused a four-day truce that was to begin Sunday, saying it will not lay down its arms until the Iraqis are driven from Iranian ter- ritory. Iraq had called for the cease-fire to allow time for the United Nations and an Islamic peace mission, headed by Pakistani President Mohammed Zia ul- Haq, to negotiate with Iran, However, Iraq has de- manded the negotiations from a position of strength and seeks to dictate the terms of any armistice. Iraq has demanded Iran recognize Iraqi sovereignty over disputed border areas, accept Iraqi control of the vital Shatt al-Arab waterway and return to Iraqi rule the islands of Abu Musa and ...

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

I Tuesday, October 7, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Chicago performers to conduct NT concert, workshop African-American jazz group uses greasepaints, authentic costumes, instruments for unique appeal I 67M \ Saxophonist Jarman plays with ethnic flair African-American jazz group, the Art Ensemble of Chicago, which Rolling Stone, the New York Times and Cashbox have called the most important jazz ensemble of the 1970s, will appear in concert at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday in The Lyceum. Tickets, available in the University Union ticket office, are $4 for students and $6 for the public. The prices will in- crease $2 Wednesday. Admission to a workshop to be con- ducted by the musicians at 3 p.m. Wednesday in The Lyceum will be $3, or $2 for those who have concert tickets. "THE GROUP is is unique in that they wear authentic costumes and greasepaint masks and use authentic instruments — drums, bells, saxophones and wood flutes," said Union Programs Director Bruce Balentine. The Art ...

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

' PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 7, 1980 3 0 3 Pagent proclaims \Rodentxgains' fame favorite physique Hamster makes high dives Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY WINNING SMILE—Al Underwood, New York junior, shows his winning form. Underwood was named Mr. Crumley in the dorm contest last week. By DEE DEE THOMASSON Daily Reporter Al Underwood, New York junior, was chosen by a panel of five judges Thursday to be Mr. Crumley 1980. He received a personalized T-shirt from Shirt Tales, dinner for two at El Chico and a Coors mirror from Spencer's Gifts. The first runner-up was Fred Cof- fman, Waco sophomore, and the second runner-up was Mark Maldino, Fort Worth senior. The four categories of competition were formal atire, talent, swimsuit and question and answer. Diane Eymann, Denton graduate student, and Teresa Moore, Dallas senior, produced the con- test. The judges, who were chosen from several dorms, were: Mary Aldridge from Crumley Hall, Kathy Stanisci from Bruce Hall, Sharon Coop...

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