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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

I « I Thursday, November 20, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 t Companies announce plans to build coastal oil terminal HOUSTON (AP) — A new, four-company group plans to make the third Texas effort for a $150 million offshore crude oil terminal near Freeport that would handle 500,000 barrels a day, it was reported Wednes- day. The long rumored proposal was confirmed by Phil- lips Petroleum, Continental Pipeline, Dow Chemical, and Seaway Pipe Line. The facility would be 12 miles south of Freeport. The formal announcement in Bartlesville, Okla., came just five days after the collapse of a two-year ef- fort by the Texas Deepwater Port Authority to build a state-owned $1.2 billion terminal 27 miles offshore. The state agency took over in 1978 when Seadock, a group that included Mobil, Gulf and Exxon, aban- doned a $700 million plan after spending more than $20 million and working seven years on engineering details. Seadock died when the companies dropped their combined 52 percent intere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 20, 1980 Officials cite judicial problems for crime increase Growing number of cases hampers courts in clearing dockets, dispensing justice _ . ■ ■ I " . ■ .1 II J j t _ _ a. I _ I i i! _ _ l_ _ _J . I.. A I _ — _J .X .«(■ i C .i At i m ac I wiitl aaii*4« • i • ftltnt D /\ir/^ ic ' I rtt # * * I I #•!"#* ! hf* I |I W1 EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third in a series concerning crime in Denton County. B> KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer From Jan. I, 1980, to Sept. 30, 1980, the case load in the three Denton district courts increased by 1,322 cases. In county court, the case load went up by 911 cases during the same time. "We're just receiving more cases than we can handle," 16th District Judge W.C. Boyd said. "We're three or four years behind in district court. 1 don't know if we'll ever get caught up anytime soon." In the district courts from January to September 1980, an average of 60.1 criminal cases were disposed of each month. Of those...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

Thursday, November 20, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Cager adjusts to transfer, leads NT women's team By KIRK C OUCH Daily Reporter An intercollegiate athlete transferring to another school has to get used to a new coach, new teammates, new sur- roundings and possibly a new style of playing. Dianne Williams, 6-foot, who plays post for the NT women's basketball team, seems to have made the change. After the first three games this year, she is averaging 14.7 points and 12 rebounds per game. Williams is a sophomore PE major from Metairie, La. She is a 1977 graduate of Riverdale High School, and attended Dillard University in New Orleans for one year. In high school, Williams was All- District twice, her teams' Most Valuable Player twice and All-American once. She played two years of high school basketball, and her team was the district champion both years. Williams transferred to NT because she "wanted to get away from home. I came up here and liked Coach Smith and the school. It w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, November 20, 1980 Soccer team receives raw rap from NCAA playoff committee V* Ml ■ • s VV* * ■ y t >4i By JERRY PRICKETT Slaff Writer The exclusion of NT's soccer team from the NCAA playoffs is the latest thorn in the side of NT athletics. In the past, the football and the basketball teams ended successful seasons without bowl bids or playoff in- vitations. Sportscope The official reason given by both the Midwest Advisory Committee and the NCAA national selection committee for the soccer team not being invited is that an NT player who broke an eligibility rule contributed to the team enough to change the outcome of the team's schedule. This is a judgment, which can be argued with by pointing out that the player, first-semester freshman Jeff Cardwell, participated in seven games for a total of 60 minutes. ing any excuse they can to kick us out," Cardwell said. "We got kinda shafted." The situation arose from a misunder- standing between the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 48 Reagan praises Carter during Oval Office meeting WASHINGTON (AP) —Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter, rivals no more, sat down together in the Oval Of- fice on Thursday for their first private meeting since the long presidential cam- paign ended in Reagan's landslide vic- tory. When the meeting broke up after nearly l l/i hours, the president-elect praised Carter for cooperating in the transition to the Reagan administration. "He has made it much easier than it otherwise would have been," Reagan said as the two men posed for photographs in front of the marble Aides watch appointees, 1981 budget WASHINGTON (AP) — President- elect Ronald Reagan's representatives are looking over the Carter administra- tion's shoulder, hoping to have a say in how bilJions of federal dollars will be spent before the Republicans take con- trol o! the White House. Reagan transition leaders at the key g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, November 21, 1980 Editorials Early election results Sen. James McClure, R-Idaho, introduced a bill last week to prohibit the broadcasting of presidential elec- tion returns until all the polls have closed. McClure said citizens living in areas of the United States who vote in the later time zones should be given the right to vote again. McClure said that at 5:30 p.m. MST on Election Day, when he arrived at the polls to vote in Payette, Idaho, he already had heard on his car radio that television networks had declared Ronald Roagan the winner and said President Jimmy Carter was ready to concede. In northern Idaho, the situation was intensified because that part of the state is on Pacific time where it would have been 4:30 p.m. McClure said the nationwide broadcasts of election results before polls closed discouraged voters from casting their votes. In California, where election officials had predicted an 85 percent turnout of eligible v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

Friday, November 21, 1980 4 J * i Cabaret cast mixes dance, comedy, skits By ELIZABETH TAYLOR Daily Reporter The division of drama University Player's Cabaret Theater is a delightful mixture of jazz dance numbers, comedy skits, TV commercial and game show satires, and musical duets. The show will be performed at 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and mid- night today and Saturday in the Studio Theater of the Speech Building. Director Red Taylor has chosen a cast of diverse talents who collectively make Cabaret Theater an entertaining show. The choreography, by Denton senior Susan McNiece, is continuously fresh and lively, highlighted by the enthusiasm of the cast. The members of the comedy troupe deliver delightful and light hearted per- formances throughout the show. They perform skits ranging from satires on television shows (skits that encourage audience participation) to depicting a Theater Review day in the life of roaches that frequent buildings on campus. The antics of the comedy troupe are c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 21, 1980 Law officials offer few lasting solutions Researchers stress involvement, faster courts, stricter sentences EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last in a series concerning crime in Denton County. Bv KEVIN "DOC"SHAY Staff Writer The suggested solutions for controll- ing crime are as numerous and diverse as the problems. Acting Denton Police Chief Hugh Lynch and District Attorney Jerry Cobb favor stricter punishment for criminals, NT police Lt. Vic Lauderdale thinks the community should get involved more in preventing and reporting of crimes and NT sociology professor Dr. Clifford Black thinks society should be more equitable, victimless crimes should be decriminalized and police should con- centrate on political, organized and vic- tim crimes. A major problem is that each segment of the judicial system sometimes seeks its own particular solutions for its own benefit without taking a view of the en- tire picture. "Everyone has their partic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

Friday, November 21, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 School problems plague Brownsville Principal sees little hope for illegal alien students BROWNSVILLE (AP) — Principal Carlos Alvarado has watched the progress of 53 illegal aliens enrolled in his elementary school this year and says he finds "little encouragement." "Some of them have had no schooling whatsoever. Socializing is even a problem. When they first come here, they don't understand the rules and regulations," said Alvarado, whose Garza Elementary School in the southernmost area of this border town has the highest illegal alien enrollment. It has been frustrating for teachers who must give individual attention to the new pupils and hard on the illegal aliens who often find themselves for the first time in a structured environment. Alvarado expects many more in class starting Monday when a federal judge's 30-day freeze on illegal alien enrollment ends. Texas schools are under orders to ad- mit all children after U.S. Dist...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 21, 1980 YOUR CHOICE ...ONLY EACH LP OR TAPE You don't need a student loan to enjoy these top sounds! On The Border asyium MICHAEL FRANKS THE ART OF TEA Includes Nightmoves/Eggplant Jive/Mr. Blue/ Popsicle Toes LITTLE FEAT Time Loves a Hero Includes Hi Roller'Old Folks Bcxjgie New Delhi Freight Train/Rocket In My Rocket Hp TALKING ■ More Songs About Buildings And Food Includes The Hit Single "take MeTo'The River The Big Country ; The Girls Want lb Be With The Girls Thank Mdu For Sending Me An Angel Asylum JEAN-LUC PONTY COSMIC MESSENGER Reprise CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG SO FAR - f A> , . 'W-HJ/ 1NUUD6S DON'T LET THE WORLD PASS YOU BY THE ART OF HAPPINESS IP i\\v Warner Brothers rrnTTTfirn HARRIS Quarter Moon in aTen Cent Town InciudesTwoMore Bottles of Wine I Ain't Livin3 Long UkeThis Easy From Now On 'to Daddy Sire LituUt Ronsladl LIVING IN THE U.S.A. I r i. " .. • : > '■ ■ ' \ V '* ^ V' '■" *« «. -V Atlantic Atlantic Warne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

Friday, November 21, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 Women basketballers face unbeaten Abilene Christian By KIRK COUCH Daily Reporter The NT women's basketball team, off to a 2-1 start, will face undefeated Abilene Christian University at 7 p.m. today in the Coliseum. After defeating UT-E1 Paso 70-57 and SMU 61-57, NT lost to Oklahoma State University 69-58 Tuesday in Stillwater. "We did not play well," NT women's basketball coach Denise Smith said. "We had too many turnovers and too many fouls." Abilene Christian is led by 6-foot-5- inch senior center Janice Mulford and 6- foot senior forward Bonnie Buchanan, Six fencers go to tournament at San Marcos The NT Fencing Club goes to San Marcos for an unclassified fencing tour- nament at Southwest Texas State University this weekend. "This is one of the largest meets in this area," said David Mathews, coach of the fencing club. There should be about 20 to 30 fencers in open foil, but not quite as many in women's foil or saber, Mathews...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1980

r PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, November 21, 1980 Gridders battle Miami in last game of season By MIKE WIGGINS Daily Reporter The NT football team will play the University of Miami at 3 p.m. Saturday in Miami's Orange Bowl. The game with the Hurricanes will be the first meeting for the two teams and the last game of the season for NT. Miami has a 6-3 record and NT has a 6-4 record, its first winning season under second-year Head Coach Jerry Moore. Miami has won its last two games, beating Vanderbilt University 24-17 Saturday and East Carolina University 23-10 Nov. 8. The Hurricanes lost to bowl-bound Notre Dame (Sugar Bowl), Mississippi State University (Sun Bowl) and Penn State University (Fiesta Bowl). Miami is 2-3 against bowl trams, hav- ing beaten the University of Houston (Garden State Bowl) and Florida State University (Orange Bowl). NT is 0-2 aganst bowl teams losing to Houston and SMU (Holiday Bowl). NT also lost to Brigham Young University, which may play in the Hol...

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

/ r The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1980 NORTH TEX STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 49 Judge drops Dilbeck's suit against NT By CAROL RUST Staff Writer NT was dismissed Monday from a lawsuit filed by former NT student Karen Dilbeck, alleging the university exercised negligence in hiring Dr. Donald L. Whaley, director of the Center for Behavioral Studies, and con- tinuing to employ him. Ms. Dilbeck is stiing Dr. Whaley, al- leging she was sexually harassed by him while undergoing counseling in 1977. Dr. Whaley has filed a countersuit alleg- ing Ms. Dilbeck libeled him by her suit. The dismissal came during a pre- trial hearing held to consider a motion for production of photographs of Ms. Dilbeck's parents engaged in sex and to take Ms. Dilbeck's third deposition in the case. State District Judge Bob Scoficld ordered the court cleared before he started the hearing. Scofield said he believed both sides were through questioning with regard to the alleged pictur...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 25, 1980 Editorials Voyager appropriation As Voyager 1 continues its journey to the edge of the solar system and beyond, having completed its planetary flybys of Jupiter and Saturn, scientists on Earth are left to process, analyze and ponder the vast amounts of information gathered and transmitted by the spacecraft. Already the planetary voyages have proven fruitful. Last week's Saturn exploration provided information to indicate that the six rings around Saturn actually number in the hundreds. Structural kinks or braids in two of the planet's rings were found by scientists to defy Newton's laws of mechanics, laws that state gravity should flatten out the kinks and spirals by acting equally on all parts of them. Scientists were amazed at the discovery and speculated that the rings are reacting to gravitational pulls now unknown to them. Three new moons were discovered, bringing Saturn's total to 15, and Titan was discounted a...

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

Tuesday, November 25, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Movie depicts maniac twin as murderess "Sisters," a I973 horror-suspense film written and directed by Brian DePalma, will be shown at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. to- day in The Lyceum. Admission is $l with an NT ID. DePalma, director of "Carrie" and "The Fury," is said to have imitated the style of Alfred Hitchock in "Sisters," through editing devices, a gruesome plot and the music, scored by Bernard Her- mann who composed music for "North by Northwest," "Psycho" and other Hitchcock films. The film is highly acclaimed by film critics as the Hollywood Reporter called the film, "The most genuinely frighten- ing film since Hitchcock's 'Psycho.' " Vincent Canby of the New York Times called the film, "A good, substantial horror film," while Time magazine stated that the film is "a real treasure. It is a homage to Alfred Hitchocock. A delicate balance between humor and horror." The plot revolves around two sisters who were once joined toget...

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

T PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 25, 1980 Government to cut energy controls Conservative Congress plans less legislative restrictions WASHINGTON (AP)—Breeder reactors are making a comeback. Oil and gas price controls are on their way out. Drilling on federal lands and on the outer continental shelf is in. And gaso- line rationing? Don't even think about it. That's how the energy legislation pic- ture is shaping up as President-elect Ronald Reagan prepares to take office and Republicans get ready to take over the Senate in January. The new, heavily conservative 97th Congress is likely to be far more energy production-oriented than its predecessor and far less sympathetic to legislation designed to force conservation. "We will tend toward those programs that recognize that the government doesn't produce energy and isn't a very good program director," said Sen. James A. McClure, R-Idaho, who takes over from Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D- Wash., as chairman of the Senate Ener...

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

> ■- I Tuesday, November 25, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Klansman denies reports of teaching teenagers to kill HOUSTON (AP) — A former Marine and member of the K.u Klux Klan said Monday that Explorer Scouts and Civil Air Patrol cadets were taught self-defense at a paramilitary camp and never were in- structed how to kill, but several of the children's parents said they were. Joe Bogart, an instructor at the survival camp on the outskirts of Houston, said Monday in an inter- view, "It is not an individual's job to teach anybody how to kill. No one individual has the right to teach other people how to kill. "To teach people to protect themselves, such as in judo, is right. That is self-defense, but nobody has the right to take another human life," he said. Several parents of Explorer Scouts and CAP cadets told The Houston Chronicle last week their children had attended the camp and had been taught how to strangle people, decapitate enemies with a machete and fire semi-automat...

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

Bi 1 1 J i PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 25, 1980 HHBfel flM wte. " .JS .. - • ™*I> ■ ^■ISJSCTBS i«b& JsjpS '■' ■;•• -' !BSjw r. ■BBDBB Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY FM • AFTERNOON AEROBICS—Members of an aerobic Gym. Performing are Pam Kauffman, Dallas senior, on dance class move to "Greased Lightning" in the Lab the left and Michelle Cass, Fort Worth freshman. Apes experience problems Primates lose interest in 1monkeying around' CHICAGO (AP)—The great apes are losing interest in monkey business. Deep-rooted problems among captive primates in North America, including infertility, are keeping them from reproducing. The reproduction dilemma is acute, according to Dr. David Johnson of the National Institutes of Health, because there is a chance that most, if not all, the apes alive in the next century "will be those born from the apes now in our zoos and research centers." For animals with non-physicological troubles, the solutions may rest with zoological versions o...

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

'•V f Tuesday, November 25, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 K \ ■K ' ' M ■ , : Photos by BARBARA BARKLEY Dallas senior Kitty Hughes and Dallas junior Todd Palmer hit intramural table tennis volleys Sixers calm 1elements' in tourney The Sixers defeated Earth, Wind and Fire 57-49 Thursday in the championship game of the Preholiday Basketball Tournament. The Sixers advanced to the finals needing to win one of two games in the double-elimination tournament. Earth, Wind and Eire won the first game 53-39 and the Sixers came back to win the second game and the championship. Earth, Wind and Fire's Randy Alexander dominated the first game, scoring 24 points. Alexander fouled out early in the second half of the final game. The Sixers' Kyle Bibb, who scored 20 points in the first game loss, said Alexander's fouling out and the Sixers' good free throw shooting won the game. "Alexander dominated the first game. After he fouled out, we just kept hitting free throws and pulled ahead," he said. A...

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

1 PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, November 25, 1980 Photo by MAX STACY RAISING THE POINT—Francine Blackburn tries to knock the ball away from Janice Mulford of Abilene Christian University. NT beat previously unbeaten Abilene Christian 81-77 in the Coliseum Friday. Blackburn led NT scorers with 19 points. Every Tues. $1.00 all day Fine Arts 115 N Elm St. 387-2412 Bette Midler Divine Madness All Seats $1.50 between 5 & 5:30 Town & Country Twin Elm at I 35 392-9393 SCREEN I George C. Scott and Trish Van Devers in "The Changeling" PLUS "House of the Dead" SCREEN II Ln Marvin A Mark Hamll in "Th« Big R*d One" plus John Rlttsr in "Hsro at Larga" Bowl-bound Miami defeats NT; loss ends Eagles' 6-5 campaign By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter The NT football team completed its season Saturday with a 26-8 loss to the University of Miami Hurricanes in the Orange Bowl. After the win, the Hurricanes, 7-3 for the year, accepted a Peach Bowl invita- tion. The loss was NT's fourth against...

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