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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1980

Tuesday, October 7, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Economist introduces xfaucet theory' Candidates' policies sink or swim in instructor's tank WACO (AP) —A Baylor University associate professor has analyzed the flood of economic promises of presiden- tial candidates by turning on faucets. John Pisciotta, director of economic education programs at Baylor's business school, calls his water-powered teaching aid an "economics tank" and says it makes complex economic ebbs and flows easier to understand. The tank runs on 15 gallons of water circulated by hydraulic pumps. Three faucets represent each major category of spending — consumption, business in- vestments and government purchases. Both President C arter and Republican nominee Ronald Reagan support sub- stantial tax cuts, and the tank shows such policies ./ould result in "increases in production and employment but a probable worsening of inflation," Pisciotta said Thursday. Reagan is proposing a greater tax cut, so "Reagan is qu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 7, 1980 Music program faces evaluation TWU doctoral music program application causes NT probe By EHIAGBOAYE Daily Reporter NT's School of Music doctoral program faces re-evaluation next month by the Coordinating Board, Texas Col- lege and University System. Areas the board will examine are the School of Music's basic program, struc- ture, curriculum, faculty, doctoral can- didates, administration and manage- ment, progress priorities and the finan- cial support available. The Coordinating Board was es- tablished by the Texas state government to assist in organizing degree programs in state-owned universities and colleges. The board also controls the number of schools that offer doctoral programs. 1)R. ROBERT Toulouse, dean of the Graduate School, said that whenever a university wants to introduce a doctoral program, all other Texas universities with the same field of study have to be re-evaluated. Because TWU has applied for a doctoral p...

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

' I 4 Tuesday, October 7, 1980 SMU edges NT for 1 -0 victory Tough defenses dominate Ownby Stadium soccer match SMU edged NT 1-0 at Ownby Stadium Saturday in a rough, evenly fought soccer match. NT's record is 8-2 and SMU is 4-2-1. The defenses dominated the contest. Each repelled offensive attacks with ag- gressive play. In the first half, two close scoring op- portunities were stopped by superior play by the goalies. Randy Phillips, SMU All-American goalie, forced Frank Monreal to shoot just over the goal with a diving block at 26:00. A header by an SMU player was rejected by Brian Cliff, NT goalie, at 33:30. The game-winning goal for SMU oc- cured at 37:13 when forward Nasser Sabetpour's shot slid through the hands of Cliff and into the net. "I was surprised by the goal," Sabet- pour said. "I thought he (Cliff) had caught the ball, then it slipped through his hands." Shots on goal the first half: SMU 8 and NT 6. The second half was dominated by the NT offense and the stingy SMU d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 October 1980

'■ : PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 7, 1980 Kick comes in nick of time; Smith boots Eagles to victory By DENISE GARNER Staff Writer NT's W hit Smith kicked a 39-yard field goal with one second remaining in the game to give the Mean Green a 22-20 victory over the University of Southwestern Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns at Fouts Field Saturday. Smith, a Highland Park sophomore who had missed an extra point earlier in the game, said he didn't see the clock as the Eagles lined up for the field goal at- tempt. "I was nervous on that last drive until we lined up. During the last drive, everyone on the team kept coming up to me and saying 'it's all up to you now.'" Smith delighted the crowd of more than 15,000 when the field goal, his third of the night, sailed through the uprights to give NT the victory. THE WINNING drive started after USL had scored a touchdown on a 32- yard pass from quarterback Phil Reynolds to Curtis Calhoun with 2:17 remaining in the game. Reynolds went to C...

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

\ : -! The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 22 Reconciliation attempt fails in retaliation case By KAREN BALI, Staff Writer A specialist with the Equal Employ- ment Opportunity Commission in Dal- las is reviewing an NT secretary's charges of retaliation against university employees, following an unsuccessful at- tempt at reconciliation Tuesday, Michael Whitten, the secretary's at- torney, said. Whitten said he expects the EEOC to decide the case in seven to 10 days. Dallas EEOC and university officials declined comment on the case. Veda Sherman, a senior Physical Plant secretary, filed a complaint with the EEOC in August charging university employees retaliated against her for another complaint she filed in June, claiming she was not paid fair wages. At Tuesday's reconciliation meeting, no compromise was made, Whitten said. A representative of the EEOC, Mrs. Sherman, Whitten, NT General Counsel Richard Rafes, Vice...

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

' nv/v ~ ^ ■ . The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, October 8, 1980 Editorials Needed investigations Defense lawyers in the trial of Texas House Speaker Billy Clayton said last week that the FBI had no reason to launch the Brilab undercover operation, but evidence presented during the trial shows this is not the case. Although the jury must decide whether Clayton is guilty or innocent, tape recordings and testimony show there is a need for undercover investigations, such as Brilab. The state says Clayton received $5,000 at a Nov. 8, 1979, meeting and was to receive 5600,000 more during 1980. In return, the state alleges, Clayton promised to use his influence in the Legislature to reopen bid- ding on a $76 million state insurance contract. The defense says the payment was a political con- tribution that Clayton would have reported if FBI in- formant Joseph Hauser had not talked him out of it. Clayton's lawyers said if the government really wanted to find out whether Clayton is cor...

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

4 Wednesday, October 8, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 I I < « « s | i • V f Nostalgic ^Nanette' provides xsilly' lighthearted musical comedy Photo By MAX STACY "NO, NO NANETTE"—Sharon Lendeman, Canyon senior, performs in the NT division of drama production of the 1925 musical. It will be presented today through Saturday at 8 p.m. in the University Theater of the Speech Building. For ticket reservations call 788-2428. By LAURA HAYNES Staff Writer On Sept. 17, 1925, The New York Times declared, "It is full of much vigorous merriment and many agreeable tunes this 'No, No Nanette."' As the play by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel opens the NT theater season, The Daily calls it, "the cat's pajamas." The play, directed by Ed DeLatte, acting director of the NT division of drama opens today at 8 p.m. in the University Theater of the Speech Building and runs through Oct. II. Tickets are $2.50, or $1.50 for children, with group discounts of $1 for 10 or more. Tickets may be reserved by ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 8, 1980 W< Congressmen will stay home House, Senate members choose not to run for re-election WASHINGTON (AP)—With a $60,662 annual salary, no prior ex- perience required and lou of fringe benefits, the job sounds like good work if you can get it. So why are more than 30 people giving it up? "I want to find out if there's life after Congress." said Rep. Charles Vanik, D- Ohio, one of the senior members of the 1980 class of congressional dropouts. Vanik, 25 of his House colleagues and five senators are sitting out the 1980 con- gressional elections—by choice. THE^ DIDNT quit to run for higher office as another eight House members are doing And they haven't been forced to resign by voters, who have already "retired" nine members of Congress in primary elections. "1 found the lifestyle incompatible with the desire to spend more time with my familv," said Rep. John Cavanaugh, R-Neb., who is quitting after just four years in Congress. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1980

Wednesday, October 8, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 % t t > • Photo by BARBARA BARKLEV SINK SONG—Members of Lambda Chi Alpha take a chilly dip in The College Inn pool. In a "Shirt Tail Serenade" Tuesday, fraternity members sang to the sororities and then dived into the pool. Clayton 'boxed in' by labor, money needs, official says HOUSTON (AP) — A former state official testified in the Brilab trial Tues- day that he believed Texas House Speaker Billy Clayton had been "boxed in" when labor leader L.G. Moore of- fered a $5,000 campaign contribution. Under cross-examination, Bob Johnson told a federal jury that Moore had put Clayton in an impossible posi- tion because "he needed labor support and there is no way, knowing the speaker, that he was going to keep that money." Johnson is a former legislator and M.ring the Brilr.b investigation was a member of the Texas Employees Retire- ment Board, the agency that awards the health insurance contract for state employees. Johnson also ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY ► i Wednesday, October 8, 1980 Archeologist bones up on fossils Collection includes two-headed calf, rabbit-eating woman Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY Bonnie Yates works on deer skull By BARBARA CORDRAY Daily Reporter NT zooarcheologist Bonnie Y ates can boast or one of the strangest collections on campus with a non-living menagerie that includes a two-headed calf and the skull of a woman with part of a rabbit stuck in her mouth. "Zooarcheology is a new science," Mrs. Yates said. "Probably up to the mid-sixties, archeologists didn't even consider the bone like zooarcheologists do. Paleontologists study the fossils of extinct animals older than 10,000 years. Zooarcheologists study recent geological forms. "We are trying to establish a few more inferences from these bones and other fossils. For example, if a group of people eat one particular animal all the time and there is no evidence of any other type of animal, this is an indication of their social structur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 October 1980

' Wednesday, October 8, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 ' * > i Biggers recovers from injury plays leading role for spikers By MARK WKLTON Daily Reporter Kathy Biggers is in her fourth year on the NT volleyball team and Coach Vicky Guy said the 5-foot-10-inch senior is one of her better front line players. Playing center front and middle blocker, Biggers has come back after missing most of last season with an ankle injury. "I was really hoping she would come back strong from the ankle surgery, and she has," Ms. Guy said. "She is getting stronger as the season goes on." The injury was one that worsened over several years. Biggers' ankle had been sprained so many times that liga- ments eventually tore and surgery was needed. She sat out most of her junior Grapplers start work year and missed spring training. "The ankle doesn't bother me at all. It feels better than it ever has," she said. Biggers graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1977, where she played volleyball and ba...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 8, 1980 wSm^k* *mi .-: fc fefe£HiMV>'.7fc **•?$ -f. Baseball fan bids season farewell •$,■ *$wtjtysfaiH#*SB «" ' J ffi-i.fr W«v.«0*S.-a(|p| K* - >• ♦** > - -.•♦W' j£&. •.; •• 'V■•. :'j _ 'iSf' ' > :*% '■ww*NW#wwwj ,«4 fyi|mnii|iijMi| • *■ ► .•• - ■ ■ ► <•* , . . i . , iV°. Photo By TERRY HASKER HANDYMAN—Denton senior Brian Anderson concentrates on a hand- ball return. Anderson competed in the intramural handball tournament Friday in the PE Building. Students participate in handball tourney In a single elimination handball tour- nament Friday, Curt Fowler defeated the defending champion Rich Payne 21- 16, 21-15 and 11-6 in a tie breaker. In the women's division, Connie Vann of Delta Zeta captured the women's title by defeating Kathy Compton of Alpha Delta Phi 21-17, 23-21. Dana Benton of Delta Zeta finished third. In the men's division, Jav Wilson finished third and Charlie Schlottler of Delta Sigma Phi finished fourt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 23 NT Gl Bill recipients to receive increases in educational benefits By CAROL RIJST Staff Writer NT students who receive GI educational benefits can expect an increase in the amount of their government checks beginning in November. The Veterans Disability Compensation and Housing Benefits Amendments of 1980, signed Tuesday by President Carter, will provide a 10 per- cent increase in benefits for students on the GI Bill. About 650 NT students qualify for the increased benefits, which will be retroactive to October. A 17 PERCENT increase was granted for veterans with service-connected disabilities par- ticipating in Veterans Administration rehabilitation programs. In addition, the new bill includes improvements in job training, employment assistance and in- creased maximum loan guarantees for the purchase of single-family housing. Mary Kiney, administrative assistant of the Dento...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, October 9, 1980 Editorials U.N. vote on Israel At the urging of Arab extremists, the United Na- tions General Assembly is considering a Syrian-backed proposal to expel Israel from the assembly. A vote by the assembly on Israel's right to remain a voting member is expected in mid-October. The vote will follow several weeks of complaints and international lobbying by U.N. member nations who want to see Israel expelled because it has challenged, and in some cases, ignored U.N. resolutions. Syria urged the General Assembly last week to expel Israel, claiming it has "constantly, systematically and obstinately been flouting the decisions of the assembly and organization." The Syrian proposal followed one made at a recent 39-nation Islamic conference at Fez, Morocco, to try to rally enough Eastern bloc and Third World votes to challenge Israel's credentials as a voting member of the assembly. Saudi Arabia endorsed Syria's move to bar Israel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

> Thursday, October 9, 1980 Film authority speaks Friday on works of Ingmar Bergman Dr. Don Staples, director of the divi- sion of radio-TV-film, will speak on the films of Ingmar Bergman at the Dan- forth Foundation faculty enrichment meeting at 3:30 p.m. Friday at the University Ministry Center. Dr. Staples, a frequent evaluator of films, par- ticipated in the 1980 Congress and General Assembly of the Inter- national Center for Film and Television Schools in Edinburgh, p , Scotland, Sept. 4-10. ur- OldpieS Twenty-five countries were represented at the conference. Dr. Staples was one of the five that represented the United States. The purpose of the conference, which meets every 2 years, is to share ideas on the teaching of film, with the concentra- tion this year on the training of script writing. Dr. Staples will serve on a committee that meets annually to develop the teaching of film and TV in Third World countries. Dr. Staples, past president of the University Film Associati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 9, 1980 Firm files openings for temporary work Students seeking employment to fit their schedules can apply at Triangle Temporaries of Denton, which provides listings of temporary jobs in medical, of- fice and industrial work. Applicants must be 18 or older, fill out applications and be interviewed at the agency. Frank Wilson, director of medical ser- vices, said he needs people interested in health care. Day and night shifts are available and hours are flexible, he said. The agency occassionally offers health care courses at company expense for people who have had little or no health care experience, he said. Employees in the medical services division are employed in homes, hospitals, doctors' offices, nursing homes and health clinics. The office division of the agency of- fers daytime job listings only. Jobs available include: secretary, typist, data processor, general office worker or sales and marketing worker. Triangle Temporaries ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

Thursday, October 9, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 UN! fLIME OtLOCN JAZZBAND Photo by MARK WILLIAMS AU REVOIR—Two joyfull members of the 1 O'clock Lab Band wave good- bye as their bus pulls out, headed for Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Airport The band then took off for Interlaken, Switzerland to be featured at a music festival Oct. 13, 14 and 15. Council approves protested housing Data helps protect Mid-East oil WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States has offered to provide surveil- lance information to friendly countries in the Persian Gulf region to lessen the threat of air attacks resulting from the war between Iraq and Iran. The State Department said Wednes- day the data being made available to the neutral countries is being gathered by four airborne radar command planes sent to Saudi Arabia last week to protect oilfields and other installations from any spillover from the war. < < These planes, known as AWACs, have a surveillance range of 250 to 350 miles and can monitor mu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Dumping forms radioactive ring Thursday, October 9, 1960 •••• v. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—The government's decision to dump thou- sands of barrels of radioactive waste into the sea off both coasts has formed a "radioactive dumping ring" around the United States, Rep. John Burton, D- Calif., told a congressional subcommit- tee Tuesday. Burton, first in a series of witnesses, criticized the government's failure to keep adequate records on the dumping, which began in 1946 and continued until the early 1970s. "Various scientific groups are dis- puting the seriousness of the problem," he said, "and the federal agencies have added to the problem by not keeping complete records on the location and in- gredients of the dumping." The largest dump is about 150 miles off the Delaware coast, but the site that has caused the most furor is near the Farallon Islands, several inhospitable chunks of rock about 25 miles west of San Francisco. Some 45,000 barrels were dumped the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

Thursday, October 9, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 mmm&t... * A Mm S PSjI ..J, "'**' Wwi Photo By TERRY GENTRY FASTER THAN A SPEEDING BULLET—Allen Craig, Wichita Falls junior, dives for a Frisbee during an ultimate Frisbee contest. The contest was held Satur- day at Fouts Field. Skier's condition improves John Fish, a member of the NT Waterski Club, is undergoing therapy on his right arm after his bicep was sur- gically removed because of a ski jumping accident. Fish was injured before the Oklahoma State University Ski Tourna- ment in Blanchard, Okla. Sept. 12. Fish, Beville senior, said he has been undergoing therapy at Westgate Hospital for two weeks. "I'm in a whirlpool every Monday, Wednesday and Friday," Fish said. "Right now, I have 50 percent move- ment in my arm, and the doctors expect 85 percent movement when therapy is over in December." JEWISH STUDENTS ASSOCIATION BAGEL BRUNCH Sunday, Oct. 12, 2:00 p.m. University Ministry Center Fish said he might have another op...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 9, 1980 Manager plays part as Chiles' fall guy By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Slaff Writer It seems that Texas Ranger Chairman of the Board Eddie Chiles finally got mad enough about the Strangers' season to attempt to do something about it. The superficial sacrifice of Patrick Corrales Sunday came as no surprise. After Texas' worst year since 1973, somebody had to play the part of fall guy. But Chiles chose the wrong person. He should have looked in a mirror. With Dallas insurance bigwig Billy Seay and Mack Rankin, who reportedly advocated firing every "S.O.B." in the organization, demonstrating their in- credible abilities at playing baseball roulette, Chiles had little choice but to give in. Sportscope The move did several things: • It brought even more confusion to the American League's version of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." • It tossed aside a manager who was well-respected by the players, offering him an organizational position. • It b...

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