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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

It Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, November 9, 1983 h * r \ I : I * * - it 4 ft • i t 1 j r,VaS M ■ ■ • - ,, •* V. . * *• ***** *** ., •//V - - ' 'V* *' 'aft* Photos by DAVID BRICKEY Richard Buckingham fumbles Eagles climb to 10th NLU replaces Holy Cross at second Northeast Louisiana of the Southland Conference, by way ot an upset tie in the Ivy League, moved in front of Holy Cross in the NCAA Division l-AA football top-20 poll to take the second place position. Southern Illinois retained the top position among Division l-AA schools for the third week in a row. Harvard, with a tie against Holy Cross Saturday, dropped Holy Cross to the third place position in the poll, allowing NLU to move up. SLC Football After a 10-0 win over Lamar Saturday, NT climbed from 12th place to 10th behind Indiana State. With a healthy Greg Carter at quarterback, NT will chal- lenge NLU for the top spot in the SLC in an ABC regionally televised contest Saturday. NLU defeated state-rival Lou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 9,1983 i r ' I w. * «■ <tt - *m M 4t ** *"• .-a *' W: > *0- - * Photo by SUSAN THOMAS SPLIT ENDS—Bruce Smith, Garland sophomore, brushes the burrs out of his horse Shanda's tail before a trail ride. Smith is in a horseback riding class that meets every Tuesday and Thursday at Estes Stables. Playoff race tightens NT seeks two victories for SLC crown Eagles remain at No. 6 By ROBERT SHELTON Staff Writer If the NT football team defeats the Northeast Uni- versity Indians Saturday and defeat the UT-Arlington Mavericks Nov. 19, the Hagles will win the South- land Conference championship and will advance to the the NCAA playoff tournament. The playoff tournament consists of 12 teams. The winners of the Big Sky, Ohio Valley, Southern, Yan- kee and Southalnd conferences receive automatic bids to the playoffs. Five at large bids and two independ- ent bids are awarded by the National Collegiate Ath- letic Association 1-AA Football Committe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

The North Texas Daily Thursday, November 10, 1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 43 Jury finds Lucas guilty of murder DENTON (AP)—A jury Wednesday found Henry Lee Lucas guilty of mur- der in the second conviction arising from the 47-year- old drifter's claim he com- mitted about 165 slayings in a cross- country mass murder spree. Lucas was convicted of fatally stabbing his 15-year-old common-law wife. Frieda "Becky" Powell. The 7-man, 5-women jury began deliberating at 2:15 p.m. Wednesday and took about two hours 10 arrive at a ver- dict. About 50 spectators packed the small courtroom as the jury delivered its verdict. Court-appointed defense attorney Tom Whitlock had asked the jury to con- vict Lucas of voluntary manslaughter rather than murder. Lucas sobbed during Whitlock's closing remarks. "It happened suddenly, it happened immediately and it happened involuntari- ly," Whitlock said. "I think it happened in such a way that it was strictly an accident."...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

ommentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, November 10, 1983 Editorials To block the stuff Accusations of ballot stuffing that arose during the Stu- dent Association's election last week point out some short- comings in the SA's ballot control and election process. To its credit, the SA responded quickly and correctly in throwing out all ballots cast Wednesday, after election officials discovered a candidate had forced two pollworkers to give him extra ballots. Because the ballot stuffing took place on the first day of the election, the SA was able to throw out the first day's ballots and extend the voting for an additional day, Friday. Had the fraud taken place less obviously than the in- stance Wednesday, however, perhaps spread out over both days of voting, the SA would have been forced to declare the entire effort void. Instead of risking such an abuse in the future, the SA should develop a few measures to coun- ter the problems experienced last week. First, polls need to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

Thursday, November 10,1983 (? The North Texab Daily—Page 3 l« ✓ > 1 News Briefs U.S. troops may leave Grenada soon WASHINGTON (AP)—The 3,000 American troops still on Grenada may be withdrawn from the Caribbean island in two or three weeks, the uniformed commanders of the Navy and Army told a congressional committee Wednesday. "We've virtually achieved all our objectives" militarily and are trying to find the proper bal- ance between the security and civilian needs to be addressed, Adm. James D. Watkins, the chief of naval operations, told the Senate Armed Serv- ices Committee. Watkins said the main effort now is to ferret out remaining pockets of Cuban and Grenadian forces and weapons caches that may be in the hilly, jungle-covered interior of Grenada. The Army chief of staff, Gen. John Wickham, added that "we don't want to leave a nacent in- surgency there." Judge sets Barefoot's execution date BELTON (AP)—A Dec. 14 execution date was set here Wednesday for convicted cop killer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Exhibition to feature world attire By DAWN CRAMER Daily Reporten Students and faculty who own clothing from other countries are encouraged to participate in the upcom- ing exhibit, "Cross-Cultural Dress," at the NT His- torical Collection. "We would like to extend an invitation to any student, faculty or staff member who has traveled abroad and collected articles of clothing or traditional dress to enter them in the exhibit," Kathy Cyr, di- rector of the historical collection, said. The exhibit, which will be shown from Dec. 5 to Jan. 29, will feature traditional clothing and acces- sories, she said. Anyone interested in loaning clothing to the ex- hibit should turn it in to the museum on Nov. 14, between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. "WE ARE HOPING to have not only native or traditional dress, but also jewelry, headwear and shoes," Cyr said. "We would like to interpret the form of the dress materials, motif and how it might be indicative of a particular geographic ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Thursday, November 10,1983 y * ' t t IT i « ♦ * i Museum depicts Denton Exhibits show county history MA'LISA YOST Daily Reporter The Courthousc-on-the-Square Historical Museum features displays depicting life in Denton County as it was 100 years ago. Both temporary and perma- nent exhibits are presented by the museum. Several permanent exhibits are period reproductions of Victorian home settings in Denton County, includ- ing "The Victorian Parlor" and "The Country Kitchen circa 1880." Turn-of-the-century farm life is rep- resented with farm tools, cattle brands and other i> ns in "The Barn," display. TEMPORARY EXHIBITS featured at the museum examine Texas History, Denton's founding families, antique textiles and early Denton pottery, crafts and folk art. Almost all of the museum's pieces are on loan from the collections of Denton county residents, said Museum Director Marta Kramer. All of the exhibits are developed by Denton C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Thursday, November 10,1983 Bell controversies call for responses By MELANIE FAJEN Daily Reporter Twenty years ago, Jim Patillo's job was to "avoid controversy" for his em- ployer, Southwestern Bell. Today, his job is to "steer a logical course through it." Controversy is unavoidable for Patillo, public relations division manager for Southwestern Bell Corp., the soon-to-be independent spin-off of American Tele- phone & Telegraph. "Nobody ever told me public relations would be like this," he said, to demon- strate the new responsibility his position has taken on in the past few years. Opening his address to the NT chap- ter of the Public Relations Student Soci- ety of America Wednesday afternoon, Patillo said "are 110 easy solutions to our problem." On Jan. I, 1984. AT&T, known as "the Cadillac of communications," with $140 billion of assets and I million em- ployees, will be divided into eight smaller companies as a settlement to the anti-trust su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, November 10, 1983 l ( \ I * I m t \ ,r .1 "J I Photo by BOB WARD Tammie Byars guards June Hervey in practice Spikers to play final SLC game By DEBBIE WILLIS Daily Reporter The NT volleyball team goes up against the University of Texas-Arlington in the Eagles' last confcrcncc match of the year at 7 p.m. today in the Men's Gym. NT Volleyball Head coach Vicky Guy said NT will try to avenge an early season 3-0 loss to UT-A. "We got a little intimidated last time against them," Guy said, citing UT-A's strong blocking. She said she hopes playing tin NT's court will tilt the advantage to the Eagles. Conference matches decide the seedings TWu The,iter 85 premiers My Body Al Schnupp Winner of the Second Annual Margo Jones Playwright Competition Nov. 10, 11, 12, 1983 8 P.M. Redbud Theater Call (817) 566-1128 Beginning Nov. 7-Box Office Hours 1-5 P M Daily Texas Woman's University ♦ Circle the Words* listed below * t and Get a Membership for $3.00 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 10 November 1983

: Page 8—The North Texas Daily Coach readies cagers Newman prepares for first season Thursday, November 10,1983 They're doing everything the staff asks them to do, he said. "The only problem now is that everything we're doing is new—everything from out of bounds plays, to offenses and defenses, to how to put on socks K?.d9? r y 4F i. By LUANN DUNLAP Special Writer Ask NT head basketball coach Tommy Newman what he does for a living, and he probably won't say "coach." "At the college level, 1 think 'coaching' is a mis- nomer," said Newman, who starts his first season at NT Nov. 25 against Southern Mississippi. "1 teach basketball like an English teacher teaches English or a math teacher teaches math." The former Texas Wesleyan University head coach came to NT this year to replace coach Bill Blakeley, who was fired last May. Newman, a Fort Worth native, and his wife Dianne have two children, James, 14, and Jenifer, 10. In his classroom-on-the-court, Newman extolls the virtues of discip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

> f! The North Texas Daily Friday, November 11,1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 44 * * i # ♦ / A V 3 ;/ > $ <4 / .V i«. v K K * < 1 i' Lucas' lawyer says sentence not surprising By LIBBY McMAHON Staff Writer Convicted murderer Henry Lee Lucas was sentenced to life imprisonment Thurs- day for the murder of a 15-year-old Flor- ida teenager. Lucas, a 47-year-old drifter, said he has killed more than 165 people during a seven-year span. He was sentenced af- ter his conviction in the stabbing death of Freida "Becky" Powell of Jack- sonville, Fla. Lucas received his sentence at about 2 p.m., Tom Whitlock, Lucas' attorney, said Thursday. "Henry wasn't the hometown boy, and I can't say I am surprised," Whitlock said, "but I felt I had introduced a rea- sonable doubt that he was guilty of the charge of murder. That's all that is re- quired of the defense, to introduce a rea- sonable doubt." WHITLOCK SAID HE could accept the jury verdict. "The jury sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

Friday, November 11,1983 n i i/l I ■ >i%i News Briefs Beirut death toll hits 239 WASHINGTON (AP)—The Pentagon, announcing the final casualty fig- ures from last month's bombing in Beirut, said Thursday 239 U.S. servicemen died in the blast at the Marine headquarters building. Officials said the remains of two Marines still have not been identified. They have been sent to a special Army laboiatory in Hawaii for identification. The toll of 239 included 218 Marines, 18 Navy men and three soldiers. In addition, defense officals estimate that more than 80 military personnel were wounded in the suicide bombing. Divers search drilling ship HOUSTON (AP)—-At least some of the 80 crewmen from the sunken drill- ing ship Glomar Java Sea got off the vessel safely and may not be in Vietnam, an official of the Globan Marine Drilling Co. said Thursday. Gary L. Kott, president of the drilling company that was operating the Glomar Java Sea when it sank last month in a typhoon in the South China Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

>ag By L Spec As what say ' "/ nomc at N'l basks a ma Th came who Ne have In virtue pline coacl out v "A coacl his d But tl Un hall c hall • kids, lor th Hi: plays Afi sity Newi returt Fol Wortl an as On beau he sa kelha mean PA to lea that tl jor p; I use k teaeh from Th. land ' ■ It NC-V ers in Th< coach lor th unive ••It he sai 'I'ht coach Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, November 11,1983 Photo by BILL DOUTHART KEEP ON BOOKIN'—Opie Odon, Abilene junior, studies in the afternoon sun on the Willis Library Mall. Elderly recruits to take part in study By KATHY HENSLEIGH Daily Reporter More than 300 sexagenarians from Denton Aubrey, Lewisville, Pilot Point, Dallas and Fort Worth have been recruited to take part in a three-year research proj- ect on the elderly's ability to solve prob- lems and do mental reasoning. Dr. Bert llayslip of the psychology fac- ulty has begun his second year of study, which is funded by the National Institute on Aging. "A similar study was done at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Friday, November 11, 1983 NT musicians to air talent Violinist Philip Lewis and pianist Adam Wodnicki, both of the NT music faculty, will be featured on the "Music from North Texas" radio program at 5:30 p.m. Saturday on WRR-FM, 101.1. Selections the musicians will perform include Bee- thoven's "Kreutzer," sonata, Szymanowski's "Nocturne' and " Tarantella" and Franeh's Sonata in A Major. Dr. Arthur Schoep of the music faculty is the host of the radio program, which airs the second Satur- day of each month. Richard Dupree of the music faculty is the producer of the program. "Music from North Texas" began in the fall of 1979. The format of the show is that of a live presenta- tion, even though the performance is first taped and the dialogue of the host is added later, Dupree said. "This is a common thing to do," he said. "There's too much to deal with in a live performance." "Music from North Texas" showcases talent at NT. Dupree s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

r? wWtmW*!W& ' VWIWMV' wg ■ ■ .^'Im^.-" ''.tV^itT^ • * viSt Friday, November 11, 1983 Page 6—The North Texas Daily VD prevention requires awareness Health counselor urges caution, restraint to prevent disease By TONYA KNIGHT Daily Reporter People win) are sexually active, espe- cially those who have several sexual part- ners. need to be knowledgable about ve- nereal disease, Kitty Maus, NT health educator, said. The more sexual partners one has. the more likely one is to be exposed to this disease which is spread through "very intimate contact." she said. A person who has one sexual partner is free of concern of getting VD. unless his sexual partner contracts it from an- other sexual contact and then spreads it to him. People who are not sexually ac- tive are safe from getting it. she said. "IGNORANCE IS probably the big- gest problem (against preventing VD). If you don't know what you are expos- ing yourself to, you can't protect your- self. You are not prepared to recognize th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, November 11, 1983 * f1 I1 Irs lo- irs I11'- hat I he In va The fic- l f I f i (• * i l| W £ / ,1 Eagles play for crown * NT, Indians battle for SLC championship Photo by BETH STALLARD * .A.V. * *' The Eagle offensive line against the Lamar Cardinals i „ 1. Rec sports to sponsor Texoma backpack trip By DONALD KYLE Daily Reporter An orgnizational meeting for a "com- mon adventurer" backpacking trip will be at 5 p.m. Tuesday in Physical Educa- tion Building 215. The trip, to Lake Texoma, will be Dec. 3 and 4. "A common adventurer trip is organ- ized by people in the school community who are interested in something such as backpacking," said Sue Robinson, assis- tant director of recreational sports. Robinson said although recreational sports has information about the trip, the department is not sponsoring the trip "If the department sponsors a trip, then il must assume responsibility for liabili- ty. This (rip is just a chance for people who w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 November 1983

. i-JK | Page 8—The North Texas Daily ■ 8 Friday, November 11,1983 ■' ' ■' " " ■ / Jmm*' 4 NT soccer team finish season The NT soccer team takes the field for the last time this season when the Eagles play the Creighton University Bluejays of Omaha, Neb., at 3 p.m. in Fouts Field today. The Mean Green will try to raise its 9-7-1 record against the 8-7-1 Bluejays. NT coach Richard Lowe said this game holds a special significance because senior fullback Joe Gowing will be playing his last game for NT. Gowing started with the Hagles in the 1980-81 season, but was redshirted last year because of a knee injury. Lowe said although NT didn't make the playoffs this year, other things made this a successful sea- son. One of this year's accomplishments, Lowe said, was the improvements made by the team's freshman players. Lowe said the high points of the season came when NT beat Southern Methodist at Dallas and No. 4-ranked Connecticut in Denton. The low point came on a road trip to Missouri a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

J 4 . W ► 'A, The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 15, 1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 45 1 c f I - I I ft f/t ly J ' > t! * - , V, _ V ■ v ■ V'4X Photo by BOB WARD ON THE RECEIVING END—NT's Andre Mosely after he received a pass. The Eagles beat NLU tackles Northeast Louisiana University's Tag Rome 27-7. See page 8 for story. Colloquium opens observance Speakers discuss Luther's political philosophy SA to consider electoral changes By JOHN McLEAN Staff Writer Martin Luther's primary contribution to political philosophy derives from his doc- trine of passive obedience, Dr. Henry W. Kamp of the political science faculty said Monday. At a colloquium titled "Luther's Place in Western Political Thought," Kamp shared the stage with Drs. James L. Danielson and John Kincaid, also of the political science faculty. The presentation, in the Lyceum, was one of the lead programs in a week-long com- memoration of Luther on the 500th anniver- sary of his birth....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

f? — Comm ry The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 15, 1983 1 Editorir1" Monkey business This week, the Texas State Board of Education will hear testimony before it sets guidelines for the treatment , of the theory of evolution in the state's biology textbooks. What Southerners in the Texas Bible Belt think about creation may not seem important, but the board's deci- sion will have influence even outside the state. Because Texas is the biggest purchaser of textbooks in the nation, most textbook companies write their texts to agree with the board's guidelines. If the board does not want children in Texas to know about Darwin's theory of evolution, children in Washington, Iowa and Rhode Is- land may not learn about it in school, either. Pressure from fundamentalists in the Bible Belt may not only crum- ble the theory of evolution in Texas, but it may also force it to buckle under in other states. The board has three choices: it can order textbooks to ignore the theory of evol...

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