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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

Tuesday, November 15,1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 t ■N. j >. \ J I | 4 . 1 M ' V < v News Briefs Shelling hits Beirut, fighting continues BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)—Druse shells hit Chris- tian east Beirut on Monday, the Lebanese army Hied at militiamen in nearby mountains and U.S. jets roared over central Lebanon. In Israeli-occupied southern Lebanon, Israeli troops guarding the Awali River bridge shot and killed an unidentified man who tried to lob a gre- nade at them, the military in Tel Aviv said. Ear- lier, a roadside bomb slightly wounded two Is- raeli soldiers as their vehicle traveled east of Tyre, the command said. It did not elaborate. As the largely ignored Lebanese civil-war truce entered its eighth week, the new U.S. special Middle East envoy Donald Rumsfeld conferred with President Amin Gemayel and tup aides in Beirut. Defendant's handcuffs warrant mistrial JEFFERSON (AP)—A judge declared a mistrial Monday in the trial of a Marshall woman, accused of killing her i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

ma. « # Page 4—The North Texas Daily Day care centers aid children's development By LANA HENRY Daily Reporter / Depending upon the economic situation and educational philosophies of a particular locale or fam- ily, the term "day care" has meant anything from a necessary baby-sitting service to an enrichment pro- gram designed to give children advantages in their education. Today, the good day care program combines the two services with the third benefit of early social development, said Jim Campbell, director of the planned care facility at NT. Critics of day care often use the argument that a mother's care during a child's developmental years is crucial for establishing a sound relationship be- tween parent and child and for providing the child with the nurturance necessary to emotional security. The parent-child bond is set in the first six months of a child's life though, Campbell said, and the ad- vantages of quality day care can far outweigh those available in the typical home....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

' I / ag< y Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, November 15, 1983 * y N * I f * 1 V Ik I v s v „ L v * h • \ ji j «V1 V t '* t J f 1 ' > \. . 1 1 / „ V *• * J * v * ^ *• V" « • / V %. * s f ♦ / «. 4 <- / '• ) ? ) V* ' J Learning by degrees Students meld interests, studies Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of tour articles which will deal with perform- ing and visual arts at North Texas. By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer Sometimes it's hard for college students to reconcile what they want to do with what they need to do lo make a living. However, several art majors have found ways to combine what they enjoy doing with a means of survival, and a member of the art faculty said it isn't always necessary to give up eating to become a professional artist. Susan Touchstone, Denton senior, will grad- uate in May with a bachelor of fine arts in photography. Originally, Touchstone was more interested in drawing and painting but she's been "fascinated ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

■ r. Page 6—The North Texas Daily Federation aids graduate studies By DeANN MAHAFFEY Daily Reporter Graduate students have the opportunity to benefit from a greater number of educational facilities due to the develop- ment of the Federation of North Texas area universities. The federation was de- signed in 1%8 to coordinate programs between the member universities: NT, Texas Woman's University and East Texas State. The federation has a council of 19 committees, which coordinates seminars, forums and interaction among students and faculty. The federation also devel- ops research projects and evaluation of the programs, Dr. Bill Tanner, director of the federation and member of TWU faculty, said. The federation allows graduate students' combined access to all of the universi- ties' academic resources, Tanner said. This allows students to have greater re- sources for library and laboratory work. Another benefit the federation offers is cross registeration. Its allows gradu- ate students...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

# J*' Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, November 15,1983 * « ii \l'*' v * t I ' li' f \ % V. 4 i * * 1 l ! V *> ' i ' 4 * «w I V 1 ^ .'I*-. Kickers finish season with a victory Injuries, lack of depth keep Eagles out of playoffs *•*" " - Photo by BETH STALLARD NT's Kevin Lowe, left, takes a pass against Creighton Mean Green spikers lose season finale to UT-A By DEBBIE WILLIS Daily Reporter The NT volleyball team lost to the UT- Arlington Mavericks 4-1 Thursday in its last game before the Southland Confer- ence tournament this weekend. The scores were 15-4, 12-15, 15-4, 15-9. Head coach Vicky Guy said it took NT a while to get into the match. "In the first game, we just barely showed up on the court." The Mean Green grabbed a 10-2 lead m the second game, but UT-A came back to make it close. NT held on to a three point advantage to win the game. Guy said the third game score did not reflect the quality of NT's play. "It was a much better game than what Freshman recruit l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1983

Page 8—The North Texas Daily ,/ : mm Conf. All Games W L W L 5 1 8 2 4 1 7 3 3 3 5 5 2 3 5 5 2 3 5 5 2 4 4 6 1 4 t 8 Tuesday, November 15,1983 Eagles defeat Indians for conference lead Mean Green must beat UT-A Saturday to win SLC championship By BILLY SMITH Staff Writer For eight straight games, the Northeast Louisiana Indians would have had to use the dictionary to find the meaning of "helplessness." The Indians romped over their oppo- nents in their last seven games, losing only the opening game against Indiana State and maintaining an umblemished Southland Conference record of 5-0. Un- til Saturday. After NT's 27-7 upset win Saturday, the Indians will have to put their hopes for the SLC crown in the hands of UT- Arlington. NT Football Pholo by BOB WARD Greg Carter passes Bulldogs upend UT-A Mavericks in SLC contest Compiled from staff and wire reports In Southland Conference action Saturday, the Lou- isiana Tech Bulldogs scored an upset win over the UT-Arlington Mavericks 24-17 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

■>, % fc The North Texas Daily * Wednesday, November 16, 1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 46 * 4 \ il V V I, ■ \ • ; I I * I % i * > - Instructor explores Luther's legacy By JOHN McLEAN Staff Writer Martin Luther has left the world a devastating lega- ey, said Joan Perez, history instructor at Brookhavcn Community College and graduate student at NT. The second day in a week-long commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's birth included an address by Perez on ' 'The Legacy of Martin Luther." The commemoration was made possible by a grant from the Texas Committee for the Humanities and is presented by the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. William E. Painter of the history faculty said. All pro- grams are free and open to the public. Today Program Noon "Martin Luther and the Reformation," presented by NT Interpreters Theater, Rock Bottom Lounge. 2 p.m. "Pastors' Colloquium," AC University Ministry ( fll 1 Center. 7 p.m. Public receptio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

iiWm Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, November 16, 1983 1 Editorials Some order, please The Student Association will have another opportunity tonight to take positive action on the issue of electoral reorganization and provide order to student representation. With luck, the SA will take advantage of the opportunity. The agenda for tonight's SA meeting includes the con- sideration of art electoral reorganization bill submitted by SA representative Dan Levy. The bill reorganizes the SA assembly by providing for representatives to be elected by the schools and colleges in which they have a major. The bill provides one representative for every 2,000 stu- dents enrolled in a school or college. At the SA's last meeting, members killed another elec- toral reorganization bill that had the support of an ad hoc committee formed to study electoral reorganization. The assembly killed the bill out of ignorance or fear. Representatives either did not realize that voting the bill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

Wednesday, November 16,1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 % 1 4 t « 4 t ' * J r i > ! # * I " ( *, i -ii r 1 ■ , ■ * i V « ! • r • ^ f * 4 I* 1 V s I : News Briefs U.S. military official killed in Greece ATHENS, Greece (AP)—A motorcycle passen- ger fired at least seven bullets from a .45 semiau- tomatic into the stopped limousine of a U.S. mil- itary attache Tuesday, killing the officer and his Greek civilian driver. Police said the killer and his accomplice roared off on their motorcycle down a sidestreet of sub- urban north Athens after the morning rush-hour attack, and that no group had claimed responsi- bility by late Tuesday. Capt. George Tsantes, 53, serving with the Joint U.S. Military Advisory Group in Greece, was hit by at least four bullets. Police said he was sprawled in the back seat. PLO forces stop rebel tank assault TRIPOLI, Lebanon (AP)—PLO chairman Yasser Arafat's fighters claim they repulsed a tank as- sault by Syrian and Libyan-backed mutineers Tues- day, but th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Pot brings incomes to new high MEXICO CITY (AP)—Poor Mexican farmers are finding the grass is greener, even if it's illegal. Low prices for corn and beans grown on plots in western Mexico are leading farmers to abandon these crops to grow marijuana and opium poppies, a nar- cotics official told the daily newspaper Excelsior Monday. "Dozens of communal farmers have been detained for growing marijuana and poppies on their lands," said Antonio Garcia Torres, director of the Attorney General's narcotics control agency, in an interview in Guadalajara, 332 miles west of the capital. "As long as they get good dividends, they'll keep growing illegal crops," he said. Garcia said small farmers growing pot and opium are being jailed and having the lands they received under land re form programs taken away from them. Despite this, there has been a "notable increase" in the crops in western Mexico over the last year, he said. Garcia gave no statistics on the increase...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

n . | ««, i * i % \f t i ♦ J ■' ♦, f ' f *" i ■ - y « * J j . j i t i ">. ^ w i; ' ♦ * -1 - > i k «. • < c < « ♦ * > * •* - v# A i ' * Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Wednesday, November 16, 1983 Does degree affect chances of backstage, acting careers? Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of four articles which will deal with performing and visual arts at North Texas. By JOE STAFFORD Staff Writer The question was a simple one: 'What can you do with a degree in the theater arts?' Here are some answers: Beth Freeman and Chris Dourdasare both majoring in drama at NT. Freeman, a Grand Prairie graduate student, gradu- ated from Southern Methodist University with a degree in dance in 1981. Douridas, a Denton junior, is working on his first degree. "On your resume," Douridas said, "there's a section where you can list your education, your training, and you defi- nitely want to put down that you have a bachelor of arts degree in drama." "Respons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

; ; m Page 6—The North Texas Daily Luther historian launches series By DEBRA McGUIRE Daily Reporter Martin Luther, working thinking and agonizing alone in one of the most backward regions of Europe, almost single-handedly changed the course of mod- ern history. Dr. William Painter of the history fac- ulty said Monday. Painter gave the introductory address to NT's com- memoration of the 500th anniversary of Luther's birth to an audience at the University Union Lyceum. Luther is fascinating to modern man. Painter said, because he is the epitome of all that modern man is. "Who or what he was tells us a great deal about ourselves," he told the audience at the Lyceum. LUTHER LAUNCHED social, political and in- tellectual revolution and turned the religious world upside down, Painter said. Luther was not a humanist, although he used humanists' tools. "For humanists, the question was always present but the answer was always elusive "Luther disliked humanists intensely. He sought certainty, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

Wednesday, November 16, 1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 V 1 I 4 J w* •f V < I I :| * Anr ° £ T< msmf ' 7 NT's Richard Buckingham Eagles fly to fifth place in division top 20 poll NT, after upsetting the second-ranked Northeast Louisiana Indians, climbed seven places to fifth place in the NCAA division l-AA football top 20 poll. The team placements in the poll at the end of regu- lar season play Saturday will help decide the pairings for the NCAA Division l-AA playoff that begins quar- terfinal action Nov. 26. Both the first and second place teams in the poll suffered losses Saturday, giving Holy Cross the op- portunity to advance to the No. I position alter their 24-0 win over Delaware. Southern Illinois fell one place from their top rank- ing after losing 2N-6 to Wichita State Saturday. SIU is tied with Furman, who moved up two places from last week with a 2K-14 win over Tennessee-Chat- tanooga. Nl.lJ's loss to NT dropped them five places to a tie for seventh in the [Kill w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1983

■'fjt- •>' *"" 'v/ f*"" Sports Ufr.fi, Miff ■PP •V./W;, ■fcilStitoZx The North Texas Daily Page 8 Wednesday, November 16,1983 Conference honors Carter SLC names NT quarterback 'player of the week' SHREVEPORT, La. (AP)—The game of the year in the Southland Conference also pro- vided the players of the week, with NT quar- terback Greg Carter and Northeast Louisiana defensive end Barry Broussard being named for the first time this season. NT took the inside step to the league's au- tomatic berth in the NCAA Division l-AA playoffs with a 27-7 win over the Indians in the regionally televised game Saturday. The loss was the first for NLU in conference play, while the Eagles can represent the conference in the playoffs with a win over UT-Arlington Saturday in the regular season finale. Carter has been the Eagles' catalyst all year long and credited with the team's turnaround from a 2-9 record to a 7-3 mark this year. Against NLU, Carter threw for three touch- downs as NT jumped out to a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

* n i ♦. \~ The North Texas Daily Thursday, November 17, 1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 47 • • j - 1 £1 I f 1 111 < I J • li vi - ■> v < Pastors discuss Luther's impact on theology By JOHN McLEAN Staff Writer Martin Luther is more appreciated by Roman Catholics than many people re- alize, Richard Niger, pastor of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, said. "The Catholic Church has incorporated many of the so-called Protestant teach- ings," Niger said. "Pope John Paul II has led the Church in public appreciation of Luther this year." Luther was approached from a theo- logical perspective at a program titled "Pasior's Colloquium," in the Univer- sity Ministry Center Wednesday. The colloquium added to the histori- cal and political picture of Luther presented during the first two days of NT's week-long commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Luther's birth. Participants at the discussion included Niger, John Thornton, director of the Uni- versity Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, November 17, 1983 Editorials To cork drinking The Denton City Council voted Tuesday to cork alco- hol consumption on city streets, approving an open con- tainer law which prohibits carrying open alcoholic-beverage containers in cars on Denton's streets, roads and alleys. The ordinance does not discriminate between moving cars and parked ones: Automobiles on public roads any- where in the city must be free from open beer and wine containers. Offending drivers will be charged with a Class C misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $200. Despite the opportunity for abuse the ordinance may offer, the City Council's action was a good one, although it may take students by surprise when it goes into effect in about one month. No open containers of alcohol will be allowed, even if they are out of reach of the driver. And, under the terms of the ordinance, bottles or cans which once held an al- coholic beverage will always be assumed to con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

, t Thursday, November 17, 1983 -1' The North Texas Daily—Page 3 ♦ t« I ♦ . -t. ? t. * « i f 4 * J - f ■1 News Briefs Mattox depositions moved AUSTIN (AP)—Pre-trial depositions in the state's commercial bribery case apainst Attorney General Jim Mattox, originally set for today in Houston, have been moved to Austin. Bill Reid of the Travis County District Attorney's Public Integrity Unit said Wednesday the questioning would be done in a state district courtroom at 10 a.m. today. Reid said it was his understanding that the depositions would be taken in public. Normally, depositions are held without a public audience. During a deposi- tion. a witness in a court case is asked questions, just as though he were on the stand during the trial. Mattox's chief accuser, Houston lawyer Tom McDadc, was set to give his deposition today in Houston. 'Wrongful life'suit rejected AUSTIN (AP)—The Texas Supreme court on Wednesday refused to ac- cept the idea that no life is better than life with defect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Guidebook answers NT policy questions By LAW ANA HARRELL Daily Reporter Students with questions about NT policy, ranging from the rules of the student code of conduct to where to complain about unfair grades, can find the answers in the NT Guidebook. The guidebook was recently published under the direction of the Dean of Student's Office and the Office of Public Affairs and Information Services. Copies of the guidebook are available in the foyer of the administration building, the information desk on the third level of the University Union and the Dean of Student's Office. "It's a repository for all of the official policies that students need to know," Barbara Jungjohan, as- sociate dean of students, said. The information it contains is largely a repetition of material included in past guidebooks, with some revisions of updated policies, she said. The 50-page guidebook covers NT policy and is designed in a dictionary format. Jungjohan said 30 percent of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

•> 4 w V 1 Thursday, November 17,1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 4 ai* ♦> • * J •< < - t t « * ♦ t * « # < > 4 , H •< - f ♦ir < «, v U 4 • " r t v 4 " ' f W J • I w ^ f V •> 4> ' . ^ TDC workers bank on food, housing allowances HUNTSVILLE (AP)—In the state prison system, where the salaries are not the best, fringe benefits include the food on your table, the roof over your head and maybe even someone to clean your house and cook your meals. The benefits are known collectively as "emolu- ments," and the lives of Texas Department of Cor- rections workers and their families are built around them. IVison spokesman Jay Byrd said emoluments "come with the job that 1 was hired to do." Some state budget writers tried to eliminate the controversial benefits this year, but emoluments sur- vived with only one major dent. Prison system per- sonnel living in state housing now pay their own ulility bills. About three weeks after the change, prison em- ployees asked...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, November 17,1983 'J'.' 'Luther' provides historical insights By JOE STAFFORD Staff Writer "Luther," written by John Osborne, directed by Dr. Ralph B. Gulp, with Jerry Allen Jones in the title role. Today- Saturday at 8 p.m. with a matinee at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Admission $3.50 with NT ID. This preview is based on Tuesday night's dress rehearsal. Drawing on the period from Martin Luther's induction into the Augustinian order of Dominican monks in 1506 until his life as a married scholar in 1530, "Luther" presents a picture of the trials and tribulations faced by this great re- former. Prospective audience members should be advised, however, that some knowl- edge of the events that transpired 500 years ago is required for understanding. Most would do well to brush up on their Protestant Reformation history be- fore making an attempt at "Luther." Even to the ill-prepared, however, cer- tain events, such as the Diet at Worms,...

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