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

/ I * B < ! < 1 I 4 The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 45 Jury acquits Klansmen, Nazis of murder charges GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) —An all-white jury Monday acquitted four Ku Klux Klansmen and two Nazis of murder and rioting charges tied to a bloody "Death to the Klan" rally at which five Communist Workers Party supporters were shot and killed a year ago. The defendants sat expressionless as the jury of six men and six women returned the verdicts at 5:12 p.m., fol- lowing seven days of deliberation. They wept with friends and relatives after court was adjourned. "It was a case of self-defense and we expected the not guilty verdict," said defense attorney Robert Cahoon. "I know they're (the defendants) happy over this." Before the verdict was read, Superior Court Judge James Long directed a dozen police officers in the packed courtroom to "arrest and remove anyone who disrupts the reading of the verdict." Long ...

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

C ommentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 18, 1980 Editorials Wilderness legislation President Jimmy Carter should sign a bill to preserve 57 million acres of Alaskan lands as wilderness so that future generations can enjoy their beauty and benefit from their mineral wealth. The wilderness designation of the lands would close them to development by the petroleum, timber, and mining industries that sought to have the lands opened for exploration and possible use. The House approved last Wednesday the watered- down Senate version of the Alaska lands bill to clear the bill before the lame-duck session of Congress ends in December. Rep. Morris Udall, D-Ariz., said the Democratic-controlled House moved to accept the Senate version because pro-development Republicans, who take control of the Senate in January, have threatened to block any conservation legislation. The House version of the bill would have placed 102 million acres in national forests, wildlife refuges and w...

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

I Tuesday, November 18, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 4 < I All-male company dons tutus tonight A VJ Boumdiyeva and Lermontov in 'Swan Lake' By C HRISTIE LEGG Daily Reporter Les Ballets Trockadcro de Monte Carlo, an all-male ballet company, will perform at 8:15 p.m. today in the Auditorium Building. The ballet is the third performance in the NT Fine Arts Series. The company presents ballet classics in modern works satirizing the styles and conventions of dancers, schools of dance and choreographing traditions. Tickets are $3 at the Union Ticket Of- fice. Students with an NT ID will be ad- mitted free. When the company Oegan in 1974, it consisted of male and female dancers, but the basis of the entertainment now is the presentation of dance "en travesti," that is, men dancing the parts of both sexes. The group's signature piece, the se- cond act of Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake," will be performed along with Rachmaninoff's "Spring Waters," Pugni's "Pas de Quatre," Prokofiev's "The ...

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

T- V . PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 18, 1980 State to propose chlorine increase in water supply Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY LIGHT MY FIRE—Student Association President Stevp Player and Homecoming Queen Cindy Hughes light torches carried by the Talons. The torchlight parade, Friday, began in the Willis Library Mall and ended at the NT Golf Course. The parade was part of Homecoming festivities. By JAMES PEAK Daily Reporter The Texas State Health Department will soon recommend to the city that a .05 percent residual chlorine rate be maintained in the drinking water supply. Residual rates means the amount of actual chlorine remaining after treat- ment. The recommendation came after an outbreak of diseases in Georgetown and Marble Falls, Texas this year, Irvin Turner, an engineer with the state health department, said. "We also will recom- mend the rate for all other water systems in Region 5," Turner said. In Georgetown, fecal contamination was determined to be the contri...

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

Tuesday, November 18, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 I 4 t < « • ■H Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY QUEEN FOR A YEAR—A starry-eyed Cindy Hughes, Sanger Junior, celebrates being named as this year's Homecoming Queen. She was crowned at the football game Saturday night during halftime. Early Eagles recall 'golden' years at NT They took their diplomas and walked into the teeth of the Great Depression. Teachers all, a record number of them survived adversities and turned out at their 50th class reunion as Golden Eagles at NT. Although they taught in many places, they never forgot their years at North Texas State Teachers College, as it was called in 1930, or the city of Denton, which was the hometown of most. Many of them have returned to Denton to live after retiring. The three Simpson sisters, for exam- ple, live hack-to-back in homes on a quiet Denton street. Gladys and Lona Mae, both members of the Class of 1930, taught in Texas schools and retired back home. Angie Simpson Williams, ...

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

')' PAGE 6-THF. NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 18, 1980 Denton police report crime upsurge Burglaries, theft, rape show drastic increases in city, county EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series concerning crime in Denton County. By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Stuff Writer In 1979, there was a major crime committed every three seconds in the United States, FBI reports show. In the First half of 1980, there was a major crime committed in Texas every 38 seconds, the Department of Public Safety reported. "I can't believe how fast the crime rate is growing throughout the country," acting Denton Police Chief Hugh Lynch said. "When I first came into this business 28 years ago, people seemed to have more respect for property and each other. We didn't have near the problems that we're faced with today." IN THE FIRST six months of 1980, major crime (murder, rape, assault, rob- bery, burglary, larceny-theft, auto theft and arson) increased 10 percent in the United States and 7.1 percent in Texa...

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

TueeUay, November 18, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 > i Women cagers beat SMU, UTEP Led by freshman Isalene Jones, the NT women's basketball team won its first two games of the season, beating UT-E1 Paso 70-57 Friday, and SMU 61-57 Saturday. Jones, a 5-foot-10-inch walk-on center from Killeen, scored 16 points against UTEP and 14 against SMU. She led the team in rebounds with 11 in the SMU game. Coach Denise Smith said Jones is a good rebounder for her height. NT plays a double-post offense with Jones and Diane Williams, Metairie, La., sophomore. After trailing by nine points at the half in the UTEP game, NT scored 44 points in the second half. Jones and Williams had 18 points each in the game. "The first half was boring and we only scored 26 points," Ms. Smith said. She said the team won the SMU game by switching defenses at the half. "In the second half we started out in a 1-3-1 zone then switched to a man-to-man and it threw their rhythm off," she said. The SMU game was a ...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 18, 1980 Jones sets rushing record in NT Homecoming win By JERRY PR1CKETT Staff Writer I-back Malcolm Jones set a NT single game rushing record with 247 yards in 29 attempts and scored all three NT touchdowns to lead the Mean Green over Northeastern Louisiana University Saturday, 26-18. Jones broke the record of 207 yards set by Ray Renfro in 1957 against Texas Western and tied by Bernard Jackson against UT-Arlington in 1978. John David Crow, head coach of Northeastern Louisiana, said although Jones was a good runningback, the Northeastern Louisiana defense was not tackling well. "With someone that small, you know that the tackling is poor," Crow said. Jones is listed at 5 feet 6 1/2 inches and 155 pounds. NT head coach Jerry Moore said Jones played a good game and was helped by good blocking. "That's what records are for," Moore said. "I hope we have somebody who can break his record next year." Halfway into the third quarter, it seeme...

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

The North Texas Daily 64TH YEAR NO. 46 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1980 4 ' \ < I vim ')(fS £ mi w .'MIM ' 'V1 ■■\ 5 i r ■ - • <, ,'r*" . ■ j ■' '■>, t# -w* •'' f ft. .* >v MOT Vr'/>'■£' ■ V<«5l . fc V T Photo by MAHK WILLIAMS FLYIN' HIGH—Dave Fish, Sioux City junior, flies a kite in a vacant lot behind the PE Building. Gusty winds and warmer weather Tuesday brought kite-flyers out. Temperatures today are expected to range from the low 30s to the upper 50s. Temperatures Thursday are expected to reach 60 with a light northerly wind. Judge resets hearing A hearing on two motions filed Friday by former NT student Karen Dilbeck was reset Tuesday because State District Judge Bob Scoficld said he was not notified of the hearing. The hearing was reset for 9 a.m. today. Ms. Diibeck is suing NT and Dr. Donald Whaley, director of the Center for Behavioral Studies, alleging she was sexually harassed while undergoing counseling in 1977. ...

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

C ommentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, November 19, 1980 Editorials Regional primary When Texas voters cast their ballots in the 1984 presidential primaries, their votes may carry more clout than they did this year if Texas is part of a five-state presidential primary advocated by Gov. Bill Clements. Under the plan, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico would hold a non-binding presidential primary separate from the state and local primaries held in May. The regional primary would increase the power the five states have in selecting presidential candidates and would equate their power with that now enjoyed by the Northeastern bloc of states. The primary would increase candidate interest in the region because of its strengthened position, forcing candidates to concentrate their campaigns on the region and giving voters increased access to the candidates. It would reduce the candidates' financial burdens. A candidate now must travel to each state before its ...

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

• f I It 1 t I Wednesday, November 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 mY>* 'w-i* . ■ i'jR 1 Gun moll Gloria misses the mark JAMES KADFMANN Staff Writer As a gun moll, Gloria is one tough cookie, but as a gangland melodrama, "Gloria" is as brittle as they come. The film concerns the exploits of a gangland sweetheart who, after aiding a family marked for massacre by the Mafia, finds herself the target of the mob's vengeance when she takes into her custody the youngest child of the family. Though she hates kids, Gloria assumes responsibility for the boy, he of the obnoxious persuasion, and with clenched teeth, raspy dialogue, snarly colloquialisms, and the fastest draw west of the Bronx, proceeds to make the boldest pro-ERA statement the Mafia is ever likely to see. At the onset, "Gloria," holds promise to be a tough and seering socio-drama, leading one to assume the film will be a glaring realistic piece of film noir that will surpass its tepid plot through imaginative direction...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 19, 1980 Survivors recall Guyana tragedy Courts keep memories of Peoples Temple deaths alive SAN FRANCISCO (AP>-The Peo- p!es Temple died along with 913 of its members in a South American jungle clearing two years ago Tuesday. But the cult built in California by the Rev. Jim Jones still has not been buried. It lives in the courts, where survivors and heirs of those killed in the mass murder-suicide at Jonestown, Guyana, are Fighting for shares of the Temple's $7 million in assets. It lives in the unatoned-for murders of California Rep. Leo Ryan and four others who were ambushed on a Guyanese landing strip moments before the massacre at Jonestown. And it lives in the collective memory of everyone touched by that scene, which witnesses called "a vision of hell." First word trickling out of the jungle put the death toll at 300, but the number lurched to three times that when sol- diers, removing the decaying corpses, found the bodies ...

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

Wednesday, November 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Shuttle relocation lifts NASA's hopes Officials expect March launch after 3-year delay CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The space shuttle Columbia will be moved this weekend from the hangar where it has spent the past 20 months, as space administration officials move to avoid further delays they feai may jeopardize the entire space shuttle program. National Aeronautics and Space Ad- ministration officials, hampered by management problems, technical over- sights and what they see as congressional indifference, say the move will be a sign of progress. They feel optimistic the shuttle can be launched on the target date, March 14, 1981, three years behind the original schedule. "There is a strong possibility of mak- ing the launch in March," said Dr. Stanley Weiss, new associate ad- ministrator for Space Transportation Systems for NASA. "It will be very, very difficult, but I believe nothing but a ma- jor trauma would push the date 30...

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

T I < I PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 19, 1980 Law officers blame crime surge on courts, apathy EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a series concerning crime in Denton County. By KEVIN "DOC Staff Writer SHAY From Sept. I, 1979, to Aug. 31, 1980, the Denton Police Department cleared 27.1 percent of major crimes reported. The year before, the department cleared 41.2 percent of major crimes reported. In 1979, the national clearance average for cities with populations from 25,000 to 49,999 was 20.1 percent. "We've always been well above the national average for clearance rates," acting Police Chief Hugh Lynch said. "The people have always been fairly cooperative in the past. But recently, times have changed and they aren't as cooperative as they were." During the same period, the Denton County Sheriffs Office cleared 17.4 per- cent of major crimes reported, compared to 23.8 percent the preceeding year. In 1979, the natonal clearance average for counties with more ...

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

Wednesday, November 19, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Jones reaches own goal, breaks 1,000-yard plateau By MARK WKLTON Daily Reporter At the beginning or the season, senior l-back Malcolm Jones set a personal goal to gain 1,000 yards in rushing for the Mean Green football team. By the fourth quarter of Saturday's Homecoming game against Northeastern Louisiana University, Jones reached that goal. He was rested with NT in the lead. At the time Jones had just over 200 yards rushing and was not aware that he was nearing a NT single game rushing record. "I was already out of the game but the coach told me to go back in. When I got in the huddle Jim Lemming, James Perry and the offensive line started talking to me and encouraging me to break the record," Jones said. By the end of the game, Jones gained 247 yards, eclipsing the record set by Kay Renfro in 1957 and tied by Bernard Jackson in 1978, by 40 yards. "I was real glad to set the record and I owe a lot to my offensive line; and ...

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

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 19, 1980 NCAA drops kickers from contention Ineligible player causes committee to disqualify NT team from competition By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter The NT soccer team was dropped as a possible wild-card team in the NCAA playoffs because it was ruled ineligible, an NCAA official said Tuesday. An NT player violated NCAA rules by participating on another team at the same time NT was practicing, the of- ficial said. Jerad L. Yeagley, Division I subcom- mittee chairman of NCAA soccer said, "The midwest advisory committee un- animously recommended to the national committee that North Texas State University be ineligible to the national tournament because the ineligible player made a material contribution. The national selection committee upheld their recommendation." NT HAD BEEN selected Nov. 10 to represent the region for the wild-card position. Richard Lowe, NT head coach, disclosed Thursday that Jeff Cardwell would not participate in po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 47 I Judge jails former student for contempt of court By CAROL RUST Staff Writer Former NT student Karen Dilbeck was ordered jailed Wednesday after be- ing found in contempt of court in a pretrial hearing. State District Judge Bob Scofield sentenced Ms. Dilbeck to two days in the Denton County Jail, beginning Saturday, after testimony indicated she committed perjury on the witness stand Oct. 24. Ms. Dilbeck, is suing the university and Dr. Donald L. Whaley, director of the NT Center for Behavioral Studies, charging she was sexually harassed while undergoing counseling in 1977. Dr. Whaley has filed a countersuit against Ms. Dilbeck, alleging her suit libeled him. The contempt motion, filed by G. Brockett Irwin, attorney for Dr. Whaley, alleged Ms. Dilbeck committed perjury when she testified that she had not talked with anyone concerning Dr. Whaley's files before the Oct. 24 he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, November 20, 1980 Editorials Televised testimony In a hearing last week, the U.S. Supreme Court con- sidered testimony on the constitutionality of the presence of television cameras and still photographers inside courtrooms during criminal trials. Chief Justice Warren Burger said during the hearing that he is concerned about the effects that TV cameras might have on lawyers, witnesses, jurors and the justice system itself. Justice William H. Rehnquist, in clear opposition to Burger, called the case a question of federalism and states' rights. If a state wishes to let TV cameras in its courtrooms, he said, there is nothing in the U.S. Con- stitution to prevent it from doing so. Although each man voiced an opinion on the presence of cameras in the courtroom, neither addres- sed the constitutional issue of right to fair trial that clearly is in question . Rather than squabble over the fine points of an in- dividual case, the justices sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

Thursday, November 20, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Tutus, toe shoes don't hide hairy chests, large biceps By DENISE MORRIS Special Writer Prima ballerina Tamara Boumdiyeva danced the second act of "Swan Lake" so beautifully that her thick middle, well-developed biceps and hairy chest almost went unnoticed. In fact, the entire company, although dressed in the finest of tutus and toe shoes didn't look anything like the graceful swans they portrayed. The Tuesday night performance of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, a ballet company in which men dance the parts of both sexes, in the Main Auditorium had the full house rollicking with laughter at ballerinas too lofty to care. As the evil sorcerer (Yuri Smirnov) turned Princess Odette into a swan, a flat wooden replica was wheeled across the stage. The desperate attempts of Prince Siegfried (Alexis Ivanovitch Ler- montov) failed to save the princess, who was nearly ripped in two during one struggle. Music was provided by a reco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

I t PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 20, 1980 i i i \ Photos by BARBARA BARKLEY AH ONE, AH TWO, AH THREE—Dr. Anshel Brusilow. conductor of the Symphony Orchestra, expresses moods of the music. Or. Brusilow and Dr. Robert Gregg, assistant conductor, will direct the orchestra in a concert at 8:15 tonight in the Concert Hall of the Music Building. Hector Guzman, Fresnillo, Mexico, junior, will be featured at the concert. The symphony will play "Academic Festival Overture, (Op. 80)" by Johannes Brahms. Therapy, hypnosis help smokers stop Mike Fish, doctoral student in psy- chology, will conduct a hypnosis and group therapy session through November to attempt to help people quit smoking. Fish said he believes it is important people realize hypnosis is not a magical state that includes a man in a black cape and top hat who waves his fingers in front of a person and puts him at the mercy of the hypnotist. He said hypnosis helps a person's relaxation and concentration. Hypnos...

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