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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 50 Dilbeck testifies to receiving money from Taylor By CAROL RUST Staff Writer Former NT student Karen Dilbeck testified in a deposition Tuesday that City Attorney C.J. Taylor gave her envelopes with money to file her lawsuit against Dr. Donald L. Whaley, director of NT's Center for Behavioral Studies. Ms Dilbeck is suing Dr. Whaley, al- leging she was sexually harassed by him while undergoing counseling in 1977. Dr. Whaley has filed a countersuit against Ms. Dilbeck, charging her suit libeled him. Dr. Whaley's attorney, G. Brockett Irwin, introduced into evidence two envelopes with Taylor's return address on them and three 3-by-4 foot photographs of Ms. Dilbeck's diary entries that said, "Meet C.J. at counter for money." Taylor is a former student legal ad- viser at NT. At an Oct. 27 pretrial hearing, Taylor testified he had envelopes printed with his return address on them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, November 26, 1980 Editorials Responsive utilities Electric Consumers of Texas Inc., a coali- tion of consumer groups, accused Gov. Bill Clements and Attorney General Mark White last week of betraying Texas consumers by refusing to go to bat for them against the state's utility companies. Coalition spokesman Jack Hopper said Clements, White, Texas courts and the Public Utility Commission ignore oppor- tunities to protect consumers from exorbi- tant utility rates. Hopper said Clements refused in 1979 and 1980 to apply for federal funds to help pay for creation of a consumer service office to represent consumers at the PUC and White refused to apply for federal funds to establish a consumer division within his office. White refused to intervene on behalf of Texas consumers when Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. or other utilities applied for rate increases at the PUC, Hopper said, although White's predecessor, former At- torney General J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

Wednesday, November 26, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 , i . Union Cinema Committee chooses spring film series A \ 'The Mouse That Roared,' (above) and 'La Cage Aux Folles' (below) A lecture by best-selling author Alex Haley is one of the highlights of the Union Program Cinema Committee's spring schedule of activities. The Cinema Committee will sponsor a week-long show- ing of the series "Roots" Feb.l4-l9. Haley will speak fol- lowing the final episode of the series. Haley's appearance is co-sponsored by Inter- cultural Services and is in conjunction with Black Emphasis Month, Kenny Lowe, chairman of the Cinema Committee said. The committee also scheduled "Right On!" a documentary about black poets and their works, to further emphasize the month's activities, Lowe said. Of the films in the schedule Lowe said he ex- pects "Caddyshack," star- ring Chevy Chase and Rodney Dangerfield, to be the most popular. Lowe said the movie has proven to be a great draw on other college campuses....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 26, 1980 i Hispanic director leads 1double life' TWU faculty member advocates educating illegal aliens By R.DANIEL CAVAZOS Daily Reporter Conflicts between Hispanic and American culture can cause Mexican- Americans to lead a "double life," Hope Guajarado, director of information and referral at the old Denton County Courthouse, said. As a child, Mrs. Guajarado, who is also a member of the Mental Health Department and the Denton County Community Council, said she lived an Anglo life during the day at school and a Mexican-American life at night and weekends. "It was confusing. I began to wonder whether my culture was right." Such feelings can lead to isolation, in- security and sometimes violence, Mrs. Guajarado said. Many of these same feelings she felt years ago are now being felt by Mexican immigrants in the United States, she said. "These immigrants are good, hardworking people to be admired. They do work most Americans wouldn't eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

V I • Wednesday, November 26, 1980 Baylor plans to give RN's full wages DALLAS (AP)—Offering a unique work program that will pay nurses a full week's wage for just two days on the job, Baylor University Medical Center ap- pears to have solved a nursing shortage that almost had the facility on the critical list. After announcing the plan, personnel workers at the hospital—which was averaging 40 nursing vacancies per shift—interviewed 20() nurses and hired I00 of them in five days. Most had quit other nursingjobs. "That's not bad for one week's shot," said senior vice president Bob Hilly. "It just might be good enough for the Guinness Book of World Records." Baylor's plan is to hire nurses to work two 12-hour shifts on Saturdays and Sundays only, get the rest of the week off and draw a full weeks' wages. Staffing Saturdays and Sundays with the weekend workers would let the hospital's other full-time nurses work Monday through Friday, a shift almost unknown in the nursing profession. "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 26, 1980 Which beer tasted better? B ; i m 0 Mv * AfW An impossible question? No. The answer is, the beer on the right tasted better. The suds are the tipoff. The head lacing the glass on the right has what brewers call "cling'.' Its tendency to cling to the glass tells you that the brewer didn't skimp on the hops. And that it tasted better. Ever taste a beer with no "hop" to it? Hops give a beer its zing. Too little hops leaves a beer lifeless. Too much hops makes a beer bite. But choose a beer with the right proportion of hops to barley malt, and your beer will be lively and refreshing. Yet, still go down nice and smooth. Does your beer have "cling?" To check for "cling',' you need a glass that's "beer clean'.' (Never used for milk or soft drinks, never washed in soap*) Pour your beer down the center of the glass to form a 3/4 inch head. See if it leaves rings of foam as you drink. But don't stop at the "cling" test Make this a full...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

Wednesday, November 26, 1980 Lowe applies history to soccer, to help kickers avoid mistakes By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter Lessons learned from studying soccer history have allowed Richard Lowe, first-year head coach of the NT soccer team, to avoid many mis- takes and lead the squad its most successful season. "I study the history of soccer for strategies and tactics that have become outdated," Lowe, who is a member of the history faculty, said. "By analyzing the obsolete tactics, 1 can recognize them when the team starts to use them. Then I can correct the mistakes." Dr. Lowe guided the team to a 12-2 record and a national ranking that went as high as eighth in the Soccer America Poll. "I've been thinking lately why we have been so successful this year," he said. "Most importantly, the basic raw talent was here for a good team. Many good players returned from last year and we had several excellent freshman. Two grapplers third in Austin "The win over Indiana gave the team national ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 November 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, November 26, 1980 ■ A L > .•iv# . v iC^Uk' J-y- rSI! ■: 'WKflSCS laft: - •:/w#* - «\jmy .*?• ? SaSw&e* iWrtt? Race turns trotter into frozen turkey Editor's note: Eric Kimball ran in Mon- day's turkey trot at the NT golf course. Kimball Finished 10th. By ERIC KIMBALL Daily Reporter The start of the race was cold. Standing in the wind with little to wear made the wait for the start nearly Photos By MARK WILLIAMS THE GUN AND THE RUN—Denton junior Keith Grubb held Monday, was won by David Kuehn in the Men (left) sounds the gun to start the Turkey Trot. The race, Division and Nancy Denniston in the Women's Division. Runners capture gobblers David Kuehn won the men's division, Nancy Denniston captured the women's division and Dr.Thomas Beitinger took the faculty and staff division Monday in the two-mile Turkey Trot at the NT golf course. Kuehn and Denniston each received frozen turkeys for winning their divi- sions. Kuehn, St. Paul, Minn., g...

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

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 51 City attorney faces contempt citation By CAROL RIJST Staff Writer The attorney for the director of NT's Center for Behavioral Studies filed a motion of con- tempt of court Monday against City Attorney C.J. Taylor Jr. and a suit against former NT stu- dent Karen Dilbeck and her attorney, alleging libel. The contempt motion, filed by G. Brockett Irwin, who represents Behavorial Studies Center Director Donald Whaley, claims Taylor per- jured himself in an Oct. 24 pretrial hearing when he said he did not give Ms. Dilbeck financial aid to file a suit against Dr. Whaley. Ms. Dilbeck is suing Dr. Whaley, alleging she was sexually harassed while undergoing counsel- ing in 1977. Dr. Whaley has filed a countersuit against Ms. Dilbeck, alleging her suit libeled him. During the Oct. 24 hearing, Irwin produced an envelope that he alleged was given to Ms. Dilbeck by Taylor and contained mo...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, December 2, 1980 Editorials Alternate utility fuels Texas congressmen are expected to take aim at a federal ban on the burning of natural gas in utility power plants after 1990, because the ban could cost Texans billions of dollars in higher electricity bills in the 1980s. Congress passed the Power Plant and Industrial Fuel Use Act in 1978, which prohibits the use of natural gas as a primary boiler fuel in utility and indus- trial plants constructed after 1977 and would ban nat- ural gas as a boiler fuel after 1990. The Senate approved a bill this year to repeal the 1990 gas cutoff date, but the proposal died in a House subcommittee. Opponents of the act are expected to renew efforts to have the law repealed in 1981, congres- sional aides said. The act was passed as part of an omnibus energy plan as a means of conserving natural gas resources and was enacted after a natural gas shortage in 1977. The act prohibits any new power plant o...

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

Tuesday, December 2, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Drama students set stage for challenging production 'Runner' examines nun's murder f By RODGER WEST Daily Reporter The division of drama's presentation of Milan Stitt's "The Runner Stumbles," poses challenges for both the director and the actors, director Kathye Tarpley said. The play will be presented at 8 p.m. today in the Studio Theater of the Speech Building. The two-act play is set in 1911 and concerns a Michigan priest who is charged with the murder of a nun. "One challenge with the play was get- ting the continuity and flow from scene to scene," Ms. Tarpley said. "The play deals with Father Rivard's memory and we had to deal with changing from one time period into another." The author uses a trial to jolt Rivard's memory and instead of telling his story to the judge, Rivard acts out his memorir. in the form of flashbacks. The p.oblem of portraying Rivard was making the transition from one time period to another, Rick Moor...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, December 2, 1980 Rehabilitation center determines handicapped clients' capabilities ByTRICIA WILC OX Special Writer A young man sits hunched over a table, fiddling with pieces of a lock and consulting the instruction sheet to his right. He works attentively for a few minutes, then stops briefly and rests his elbows on the arms of his wheelchair. The young man is not a locksmith. He is a client of the NT Center for Rehabilitation Studies who came to Denton to find out his employment capabilities. Handicapped and retarded in- dividuals from all over Texas visit the center to undergo intelligence, aptitude, dexterity, interest and work sample tests. The results are used to determine what jobs the handicapped person can do within the range of his abilities. The rehabilitation facility, in Oak Street Hall, is unmatched within the state, Director Kay Crim said. Clients are referred to the center by their hometown Texas Rehabilitation Com- mission coun...

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

t < i < <% i f V Tuesday, December 2, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Court to rule on female draft Justices' decision could mean end of male-only conscription WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Monday it will decide whether any U.S. military draft or draft registration must include women. In a case likely to become the most closely watched controversy now before the high court, the justices will decide whether a male-only draft unlawfully discriminates against men. A panel of three federal judges in Philadelphia last July struck down the system citing unconstitutional sex bias. If the Supreme Court were to uphold that ruling, Congress would have to amend the Military Selective Service Act to include women as potential draftees. Despite the lower court's ruling, some 4 million men were required to register for the draft last July. If registration and the draft are ruled unconstitutional, the goverment might have to destroy all records of that registration. There has...

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

Tuesday, December 2, 1980 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY IT' : UiJ A mmm ? - ■ ■ v '■< •: " * r-. afSk * * ' ^ - V*- .• *> •V " ';:... *m«% ^ "w,, *. -rv *v %i ■ * * « : f V An impossible question? No. The answer is, the beer on the right tasted better. The suds are the tipoff. The head lacing the glass on the right has what brewers call "cling'.'Its tendency to cling to the glass tells you that the brewer didn't skimp on the hops. And that it tasted better. Ever taste a beer with no "hop" to it? Hops give a beer its zing. Too little hops leaves a beer lifeless. Too much hops makes a beer bite. But choose a beer with the right proportion of hops to barley malt, and your beer will be lively and refreshing. Yet, still go down nice and smooth. Does your beer have "cling?" To check for "cling',' you need a glass that's "beer clean!' (Never used for milk or soft drinks, never washed in soap*) Pour your beer down the center of the glass to form a 3/4 inch head. See if it leaves rings ...

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

) I f I Tuesday, December 2, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 11 r Lyons attemptsdualrole Leading rebounder slams hoop inside, out By MIKK WIGGINS Daily Reporter Last year's leading scorer and rebounder for the NT men's basketball team, Kenneth Lyons, is doubling as a forward and center this season. Lyons scored 19 points and grabbed six rebounds Saturday while playing forward in NT's season opener against Texas Lutheran. Last year, Lyons played mostly center, but NT head coach Bill Blakeley decided to use him at both positions this year because of his versatility. Lyons said he can be effective at both positions, but that he would like to con- centrate on one. "I feel I am just as effective under the goal as outside, as long as I know where I am," he said. "It takes a lot more work and concentration to learn both, but it's not going to hurt my play." Lyons is a 6-foot-7-inch, 190-pound sophomore from Fort Worth's Trimble Tech High School. Blakeley said that despite Lyon's outstand...

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

'I 1 I I t PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, December 2, 1980 Eagles open season with win, junior forward hits 22 points By MIKE WIGGINS Daily Reporter Delonte Taylor scored 22 points against Texas Lutheran College to lead the NT basketball team to a 106-76 win in the Coliseum. The 6-foot-3-inch junior forward from Washington, D.C., scored 18 of his 22 points in the first half to pace NT in what NT head coach Bill Blakeley said was "just an average game" for Taylor. "I like Delonte, He plays both ends of the court and is always under control," Blakeley said. "For a 6-3 guy he can rebound, too." Taylor had four rebounds in the game, but almost did not get the chance to play for NT after leaving TCU his freshman year. Taylor wanted to come to NT, but Blakeley had other ideas. "DELONTE WANTED to transfer here, but I didn't need any more guards," Blakeley said. Taylor went to San Diego City Junior College in California before coming to NT and sit- ting out last year. Taylor's first ...

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

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 52 Officials expect rate increase if TEI shuttle system remains By BARBARA CTORDRAY Daily Reporter Transportation Enterprises Inc. lost an es- timated $22,000 on the NT shuttle bus system this semester and bus rates will be raised if the system is continued, TEI President Scott Kel- ler said Tuesday. "We were willing to take a loss the first semseter for advertising purposes and we haven't lost any arms and legs," Keller said. "But to consider keeping the service, does not make good business sense," he said. Keller said that if the service is continued, the bus rates will be higher, "perhaps $40 to $45." PRESIDENT Frank Vandiver allocated $30,000 for the system this semester, but NT will not pay any money next semseter, Keller said. TEI began offering free bus service to all stu- dents Monday, but students have not responded so far, Lonnie Hale, NT coor- dinator for TEI, said. ...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, December 3, 1980 Editorial Unacceptable school prayer A proposal by state Sen. Walter Mengden, R-Houston, to permit silent prayer in public schools is unacceptable for several reasons, including a Supreme Court prohibition, and should not be considered by the Legislature when it meets next year. The bill, which would allow public school teachers to set aside a brief period of silent prayer or meditation for all consenting students, specifies that the meditation period may not be conducted as a religious service and that no disciplinary action can be taken against any student Mengden said his bill does notiiing more than provide an opportunity for a moment of "silent reflection on the anticipated activities of the day or, for those so disposed, on a religious theme." He insists the bill is com- pletely constitutional and would not trespass on individual rights. But Mengden has not considered several points in assessing his proposal. ...

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

Wednesday, December 3, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 i < Show highlights Chinese bronzes NT to present lecture series to accompany Kimbell exhibit \CKSON hibit were among the several thou- Bronze Age: History," "The Great chance for some peopli By MARIK JAC KSON Daily Reporter "The Great Bronze Age of China: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China" will be displayed at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth from Dec. 10 to Feb. 18. In conjunction with the exhibit, the art department will present a series of lectures in Fort Worth, Hurst and Denton. The exhibit includes 105 objects of bronze, jade and terra cotta (pottery) that span the bronze age of China, about 2000-201 B.C. This is the largest exhibit held at the Kimbell. Frances Robb and her husband David, chief curator of the Kimbell, went to China in January with representatives from other U.S. museums to preview the show. The show was organized by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Chinese Bureau...

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

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Comic collectors make investment in 'funny' business By KR1STI MEISENBACH Daily Reporter For generations children have enjoyed buying and reading comic books, but to- day they are not the only ones who can be found purchasing and collecting the books. Comic-book collecting has become popular among adults who do it for the investment or simply because they enjoy reading them. Joel Bird, NT graduate student, started collecting comic books his freshman year in high school when he at- tended a comic book collecting class sponsored by seniors. "I ATTENDED a high school where three days were set aside so that students could attend special classes, and the seniors were sponsoring a comic-book class. That's when I first became in- terested in comic-book collecting," Bird said. Bird said he soon found an agent who helped him find old comic books and dealers to trade with, though he said he finds most comic-book collectors by word of mouth. The most valuable comic...

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