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Richardson Daily News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Richardson, Texas
Sum challenges Ltd Law school Southern methodist University president Paul Hardin is downplaying reports that the sum school of Law will fight the location of a new Law school in Richardson but the proposal is being greeted with a notable Lack of enthusiasm along mockingbird Lane in Dallas. The proposed new school to be part of the growing University of Texas at Dallas Campus should be very carefully studied Hardin said. Meanwhile he added sum is taking no official position. The Ltd Law school bid ratified by the University of Texas Board of regents meeting in Richardson sept. La was filed with the states College coordinating Board thursday. The Board will consider the request oct. 20 in Austin. Initial reports of the proposal had triggered publicity that sum feared the Competition of the new facility where tuition rates would probably be about five per cent of the $1,000 per semester charged at sum. Hardin said Friday that a your concern is not to avoid Competition but to prevent expensive and unwarranted duplication. Both sum and Ltd officials Are planning meetings to talk Over the new proposal and the coordinating Board is expected to mount its own research into the area. Ltd president or Bryce Jordan met with Hardin and University of Texas Chancellor Charles Lemaistre last week to discuss the proposal. Hardin termed the meeting a very helpful and candid a and or. Jordan called it a very neither divulged any details. A i think All of us agree it is an obligation of the private and Public universities of the state to work together in preventing expensive and unnecessary duplication of programs and facilities a a Hardin said Friday a whether the addition of another Law school in the North Texas area would be a needless duplication should be the subject of a very careful study before any final decision is made a he said. At its oct. 20 meeting the coordinating Board will also consider requests from North Texas state University and Texas a amp a to establish Law schools. Both proposals were sketchy but Are expected to be linked to Dallas Sites. The Board will decide whether any or All of the requests will be approved said or. Kenneth Ashworth vice Chancellor for academic affairs for the it system. He said the question of possible duplication is the state s primary concern. He said it do a proposal listed the new Law schools emphasis As commercial and business Law. It also outlined probable Cost of setting up the new school which were according to Ashworth ,.$1 million for a 60,000-volume Legal Library at the outset in 1974. .$100,000 for operating costs for the fiscal year .$3 2-$4 million for facilities to be built later. The new school would open in the fall of 1974 with some 130 full and part time students and a five Man faculty. About 130 new students would be admitted in 1975 and again in 1976. To round out the Law school s total enrolment at More than 500 students and 20 faculty members. Jordan said Friday the Law school proposal was not specifically part of it do a master plan of development which stresses academic coordinating with other colleges in North Texas. He said pressures on Law schools in Texas Are greater now than they have every been. I a schools Are turning away More applicants each year % the halftime show provided the wildcats from Lake Highlands High school with some of their brighter moments in an otherwise dismal night. The Wildcat football ers were unable to overcome a Highland Park halftime Lead and lost 23-14. Richardson daily news phone 234-1131 volume 14-number 140-Richardson, Texas sunday september 24, 1972 Price weekdays amp sundays 10c so guest list set for season the wildcats were behind at halftime but not far enough behind to Dampen the smile of this pretty member of the Lake Highlands High school s precision Drill team. The opening concert of the Richardson symphony orchestra on october 17 will feature guest artist Bomar Cramer playing the famous Rachmaninoff c minor piano concerto. A 17-year-old cellist Yoyo a who has been compared chamber nominates new Heads Richardson chamber of Commerce a nominating committee has submitted a list of new directors to be submitted to the chamber member Shio for election. The new directors would serve three years. Names submitted that if elected will take office next january i include Tom Blakey present chamber president Texas Power and Light co. Dale Chandler citizens state Bank Dick Holland Richardson Heights Bank and Trust co Ernest h. Randall jr., Vantage companies Neil Tisdale j. C. Penney and co. And Ruth Young Ruth Young realtor. Members of the nominating committee include h. H. Mcjunkin jr., chairman or. J. C. Boley Don Scott Charles West and Marvin Youngblood. With such greats As Gregor Piatigorsky and Pablo Casals will play at the second subscription concert december 5. Violinist Peter Dimitriades concertmaster of new York s radio City music Hall orchestra will be in Richardson for the third concert february 20, and Stefan Bardas distinguished resident artist of North Texas state University will play Brahms piano concerto no. 2 when he appears with the Richardson symphony orchestra april 17. According to conductor Chris Xeros a a we re the Only Community orchestra in the state to attract name artists of this because of the Success of the annual membership drives and Community support he said the orchestra is Able to pay guest artists Well and a your reputation is such that these outstanding artists will consent to come the Lith annual membership drive is currently being conducted by the Richardson symphony orchestra. Season subscriptions will be available through september 30, and supporters Are expecting a sell out of the 2,000 available subscriptions. Season ticket prices Are $8 for adults $4 for students and $20 per family. Interested persons May Call 235-5502 or 235-4910 All Day today to Reserve subscriptions. Monday september 25 through saturday september 30, phone subscriptions will be accepted at 234-4110. Outdoor concert scheduled today this member of the Wildcat precision Drill team Only seems to be praying. Actually it was Only a part of the halftime routine. Prayers May have been in order. The wildcats lost their second game out of three in the still Young football season. The Richardson Community band will present an old fashioned outdoor concert this afternoon at 4 ., on the South Lawn of the Richardson Heights recreation Center. Joe Frank professor of instrumental music education director of the sum symphonic band and former coordinator of music for the Richardson Independent school District will conduct the band during the afternoon program. Selections for the presentation will include a Chicago Tribune March a a tribute to Stephen Foster a a Pentland Hills a a a Here a Chicago a a suite of old american dances a and a this excellency a a Here a Chicago is a Medley including a beginnings a a Ocolor my world a a does anybody really know what time it is a and the Richardson Community band is an All Volunteer group. Anyone who would like to play with the band needs Only to show up for rehearsals and sit in on the practice which is held every wednesday at j. J. Pearce High school from 8 to to There Are no try outs for positions and the band is open to anyone who can play an instrument. They especially need saxes and oboe players. Today a concert is free and the Public is invited to attend. A j burglars strike residence twice Wildcat Power a Lake Highlands Bondsman raises a clenched fist in a gesture both defiant Andi futile High land Park rolled Over the wildcats 23-14 Friday Lake Highlands High school stadium. Friday was a bad Day for Helen Merritt of Richardson. She called police Friday morning to report that someone had entered her Home at 205 s. Sherman St. By cutting through a screen. A portable television set valued at $450 was missing. She was on the phone to police again Friday afternoon to report a second burglary. Someone she told police entered her Home a second time a once again by cutting through a screen. Two guitars and a guitar Case valued at $675 were missing. Friday was a bad Day for police who had their hands full with drunks. Police arrested six person Friday on alcohol connected charges that ranged from drunk in Public to minor in Possession. Arrested were two adults and four minors in separate incidents. Bomar Cramer Peter Dimitriades Stefan Bardas Yoyo a area Brief Cowboy suit filed Richard e. Driskill a Dallas cowboys season ticket Holder has filed a $50 million Federal class action suit on behalf of himself and All other season ticket holders against the Dallas cowboys football club the City of Irving and the National football league. The suit alleges that the cowboys policy of requiring the Purchase of a Bond for Texas stadium in order to be eligible to Purchase a season ticket is a violation of the Sherman anti Trust act. The suit also objects to the requirement that a season ticket Holder must buy tickets to pre season games and the Purchase of a season ticket in order to get a preferred parking place. Consultant hired by Garland the Garland City Council has hired a consultant to study Lone Star Gas company a request for a rate increase. Girls borne planned the twentieth Century study club of grand Prairie and the society for abandoned and neglected children inc., Sang have announced plans to establish a group Foster Home for Dallas county girls in grand Prairie in the near future. Mrs. W. D. Brown president of twentieth Century stated that their group would sponsor the Home for underprivileged teenage girls. The project is the result of months of intensive study of the need for such a Home by members of the club said mrs. Brown. A yes takes Early Lead in Bond vote Dallas county election officials reported late saturday that votes approving the Dallas county Community College districts $85-million Bond Issue took an Early but Small Lead Over votes against the proposal. Success of the Bond election will provide for what has been described As a a critically needed expansion at the original do cd facility in downtown Dallas Al Centro College. Plans also include expansions of colleges where need is greatest Between 1978 and 1982 and for the construction of colleges at Sites in Irving Lancaster and Farmers Branch. Grinders meet mixed fortunes the Richardson High eagles bounced Back from last weeks disappointing loss to Thomas Jefferson of Dallas to Edge the Garland owls 21-20 in a Cliff Hanger but Lake Highlands High went Down to defeat 23-14 at the hands of the Highland Park scots. Berkner and Pearce sat out the Friday night football action to plot each others downfall when the two local school clash Friday night. The real Friday night shocker was Greenville a 19-0 Conquest of the highly ranked Mckinney Lions in Greenville. Mckinney went into the game ranked second in class aaa polls
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