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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

Thursday, November 17, 1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 4 I' - *1 4 ' - f 4 > f . ' - V • , • M 1 L 3^ ' * r n i "A . I-- f* • I" * ,4 Surprises await dancers at NT Editor's Note: This is the third in a scries of four articles which will deal with performing and visual arts at North Texas. By LIBBY McMAHON Staff Writer Several surprises await many students who decide to major in dance at NT. A few of the surprises include required courses in anatomy, physiology and phys- ics. Another surprise is the amount of time a dance student spends outside of a classroom working toward a degree. "Dance takes so much more than going to classes," said Leigh Kitchens of the dance faculty. "Most students don't re- alize how difficult it is to major in dance." Kitchens said biology and physics courses are required so students will "learn what makes the body work." Another surprise in the NT dance pro- gram is the emphasis placed on modern dance. SANDY COMBEST, supervisor of the dance program, sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 November 1983

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, November 17,1983 m ms '.v VVWFF1 $*'■ **>■**(?■•?>"■ * Photo by BOB WARD Wayne Johnson, left, guards Lawrence Hudson in the Green-White game Spikers begin SLC tourney today By DEBBIE WILLIS Daily Reporter The NT volleyball team begins play in the South- land Conference volleyball tournament today at Lamar University in Beaumont. NT is seeded fifth in the tournament, which will decide the conference champion. UT-Arlington is seeded first, followed by Lamar, Arkansas State, Southwest Louisiana, NT, McNeese State and Northeast Louisiana. SLC Volleyball UTA leads the conference in blocked shots and digs, ASU leads in kill shots and SW Louisiana leads in aces. NT is ranks third in aces and digs, fourth in kills and seventh in blocks. UTA—Under the direction of second-year head coach Lisa Love, the Lady Mavericks have posted a 28-18 match record and a 93-67 game record overall and are 3-0 in conference play. The SLC defending champions w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

lit The North Texas Daily # # Friday, November 18,1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 48 Game's admission free Students with IDs will be admitted free to NT's game against the UT-Arlington Mavericks at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Fred McCain said Thursday Rumors that students were going to be charged a $1 admis- sion are false, he said. < fl f 1 4 £ • V 1 •< • >• v v * * * c 2'tt/ ^ iv m ■ : Pholo by GINA JURIK HAPPY TRAILS—Children play on playground equipment are, from left to right, Jennifer Wilbanks, Joseph McCabe, developed by James Hoot's education class. The children Alex Sabagol, Kacy Hollenback and Marwah Hammad. SA circulates petition to revive reorganization Board to select lecturer Regents meet today By LIBBY McMAHON Staff Writer Petitions for a referendum on electoral reorganization arc available for students to sign in the Student Association office on the fourth floor of the University Un- ion, SA President l-ee Ann Woods said Thursday. Woo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

The North Texas Daily 1 -m Page 2 Friday, November 18,1983 Editorials Still unorganized Reorganization of NT's system of Student Association representation will not come about this semester. On Wednesday, the SA voted down, 9-10-1, the last reorganization proposal before the assembly, and with the bill died any hope of a special election this semester on a reorganization constitutional amendment. Sixteen affirm- ative votes would have been needed to place the proposed amendment before student voters. Although reorganization is supported by at least 10 mem- bers of the SA and by SA President Lee Ann Woods, little progress has been made toward the reorganization of NT's unsuitable system of electing representatives. The SA has been considering reorganization proposals for th past three years, and for as many years SA assem- blies have been rejecting the proposals. Tom Anderson, Piano senior and chairman of the ad hoc committee formed to study electoral reorganization, said on Wednesda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

Friday, November 18,1983 Tho North Texas Daily—Page 3 1 - « • 4 < * 4 | ♦ i • • ! ♦ i i' i * i ' 4 * * J ' • i w . f ♦ t I f • * fc - • • < V * I ♦ • i ' • News Briefs Lawyer implicates Mattox AUSTIN (AP)—The Fulbright and Jaworski law partner who accused Texas Attorney General Jim Mattox of threatening to ruin the prestigious Houston firm's bond business testified Thursday that at first he thought Mattox was kidding. "I frankly didn't believe this was happening," testified Thomas R. McDade during a deposition taken in preparation for Mattox's trial. The attorney general is accused of telling another Fulbright and Jaworski partner last June that if McDade did not stop trying to interrogate Mattox's sister in a civil suit, the attorney general's office would block approval of the firm's public bond packages, Steel plant continues recall LONE STAR (AP)—Lone Star Steel Co.. which sent economic shock waves rolling through East Texas when it laid off 4,0(X) workers last year, plans...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily 1 ■ ■ , :' r;': 'i ■ i,-' A # jl ■ ■ We're Behind You to "It -• K • « i t • h '41 • r i I i i I t < I * Jv V < 7 (1. CL4S$y: Traffic citations defended. Tarrant County, only. 924-3236 (Area Code 817) in Ft. Worth James R. Mallory, Attorney at Law No promisos as to results Any fine and any court costs are not included in tee for legal representation Since I have not been awarded a Certificate ol Spocial Competence in criminal law, rules on lawyer advertising require this ad to say not cortrtiod by tho Toxas Board of Legal Specialization GET DOWN! D O W N H That is! I SKI ll Crested Butte $295.°° all inclusive University Travel 565-4080 UTC not oporatod by NTSU "BEAT UTA!" Special Student Rates (30 EAGLES Wisconsin Sleepers Inc. *Presents* La Quinta not only offers special room rates to students, we also offer Vz price memberships to the La Cantina Club. Open nightly 5-11 pm Students also receive: 24 hr. restaurant |[| Live football by Satellite Free...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

r i 4 1 > j to. ^ v . f * * * V <§' 8 * The North Texas Daily—Page 5 t t - - - > .* All The Way - - } • ) - * „ r^\T\T/y\TATATATAVATAVATAVATAVATA^ATA^ NEW ARRIVALS Oxfords & Velours $18.00 GO Enjoy a sweet victory over UTA Eagles! Where good friends meet! Open for Lunch & Dinner 11-10 Mon. - Sat. Lunches $3.25 mean Brand Name GREEN! s'acks " Shirts $7-11 $9-up BEAT UTA! t / fet - jtf ,co Leather Beits-$6 Leather Wallets $8 values up to $55 ■Tacos al carbon Fajitas Flautas 14 Combination dinners to choose from The Gentleman s Outlet Since 1983 106 Austin 566-3447 HOURS Tue-Frl 9-5 Sat 909 Sunset 565-1474 GUADALAJARA 601 Ft Worth Dr. 303-2266 MATZALAN 1028 Ruddell 566-1718 Memberships available $5 per year Here s to Success All items on the menu can be prepared to go Separate Club Area Available for Parties THIRSTY ^vavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavava'av Now on the last day, the great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out, saying, If anyone thrist, let him come t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

T7 s & Entertainment The North Texas Dally Page 6 Friday, November 18,1983 Musicians argue degree question Editor's Note: This is the last in a series of four articles that deal with the performing and visual arts at North Texas. By JOE STAFFORD Staff Writer The question: "What can be done with a degree answers. in music?" Here are some k Eric Rothe, Denton graduate student, is a master's candidate in music compo- sition. He said, "There arc four basic reasons for getting a degree in music: One, if you are extremely rich. Two, if you know someone intimately who is ex- tremely rich. Three, if you think or hope you will meet someone who is extremely rich; or four, because you arc abnormal and don't have a clear picture of reality. I'm joking. "My degree has really helped me. I'm doing the same thing now I was doing when l grad- uated from high school, directing a church choir— but I'm doing it oh so much better. "Most music majors really love music, they're happy doing it, and the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

Friday, November 18,11#83 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 4 kJ 4 * * 4 N * T * 9 * x #■ il • I -« *■ I! •i" ,1 • • ♦ • f. ■ 4 • I ' ^ <- * T <- r * w ? w < ' * * «" tf- *- 4 I • • / t <- I. • . I- * I J < I • k I • 1 ' ■ > 1 a s* y I Photo by BETH STALLARD TAKE YOUR PICK—Scott Jones, a professional act included comedy, performances on piano and musician/comedian, performed Wednesday night guitar, and the use of unusual and exotic props. It in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. Jones' was sponsored by the Union Program Council. Opera Theater plans 'scenes' The NT Opera Theater will perform scenes from five operas at 8:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the Music Building Concert Hall. Scenes from Verdi's "A Masked Ball," Tchai- kovsky's "Eugene Onegin," Offenbach's " The Ta- les of Hoffman," Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro," and Wagner's "Das Rheingold" will be performed. Wayne Kemp, technical director of the program and Valdosta, Ga. graduate student, will sing the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 November 1983

Sports The North Texas Daily Friday, November 18,1983 Page 8 « * J Eagles play Mavs in finale Mean Green to win SLC crown with Saturday win By BILLY SMITH Staff Writer There's no denying the importance of Sat- urday's conference matchup between NT and UT-Arlington, 1:30 p.m. at Fouts Field. Here are the facts: FACT ONE: If NT wins Saturday it shares the Southland Conference championship with Northeast Louisiana. But by virtue of NT's win over NLU last Saturday, the Eagles will represent the conference in the National Col- legiate Athletic Association playoffs. NT Football FACT TWO: If NT loses to UTA, the Eagles' chances of receiving an at-large bid into the playoffs could become very slim this season—the Eagles' best finish since 1978. "It would be hard for the playoff committee to justify letting a team into the playoffs with four losses," Jerry Miles, NCAA director of men's championships, said Wednesday. FACT THREE: Amid rumors that UTA football boss Bud Elliott's job may be rid-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

« u • • II - The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 22, 1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 49 * * V 1 ' *■ > V * f t V t w «. D 1- <- 4 4' '«* i f 4 <- v l! I <- • n- H V I • n. > 1 ' PI <r Regents extend term, grant honorary degree By BETH FULTON Staff Writer The NT Board of Regents decided Fri- day to extend Dr. Robert Toulouse's ap- pointment as vice president for academic affairs through the 1984-85 academic year. The regents, meeting at the Texas Col- lege of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, also granted an honorary doctor of humanities degree to Dallas millionaire Trammel! Crow. The degree will be presented at commencement ceremonies Dec. 17. Crow will be the seventh recipient of an honorary degree from NT. He supported the NT Center for Marketing and Design in its early stages. The board received a list of programs selected for special attention during the 1983-84 academic year. Toulouse said Monday the funds for the programs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

I Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 22, 1983 Editorials Comanche Syndrome Quality control and inefficiency at Comanche Peak is sliding down a sharp slope. A consultant who evaluated the radioactive-resistant paint program at the Comanche Peak nuclear plant has charged in a memo that quality control inspectors throughout the plant believe it has been constructed poorly. In the memo, the consultant said the plant's manage- ment attempts to squash any efforts to point out problems in construction and appears to want to buy the right an- swers from consultants. The consultant, Joseph L. Lapinsky, also said Comanche Peak officials ignore problems with workmanship and em- ployee qualifications in the paint department. The paint- ing will have to be redone, he said, because it will be impossible to salvage what work has already been done. Antonio Vega, supervisor of Comanche Peak's quality assurance program, said Lapinsky's statements are mis- leading and that the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

X tf I • < ♦ « • « • *«|| •H f * 4 • J ? •! < I i / . -k « ■i <■ . • • ► M' ' i ♦ t •> • - ♦ * V | < " I * I Tuesday, November 22,1983 News Briefs Railroad links human error to wreck BAYTOWN, (AP)—Human error was blamed Monday for the weekend crash of a Southern Pa- cific train that rammed into a line of idle freight cars near Baytown, killing four crewmen, accord- ing to a railroad investigation. "There was no indication the brakes were ever applied," Southern Pacific spokesman Tony Aleman said. "In short, human error." An examination of the accident, track and the train indicated the cause of the wreck was "fail- ure of the head-in crew in the engine to take ac- tion to stop the train short of cars that were in the track," he said. "This was a violation of what we call yard limit rules." Investigators from the National Trans- portation Safety Board, the Federal Railroad Ad- ministration and the Texas Railroad Commission finished examining the wreckage Monday but wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Personnel, space shortage affects center's growth By T. RUSHING Daily Reporter The Counseling and Testing Center is experiencing a severe shortage of person- nel and space. Dr. Tom Overton, director of the cen- ter, said the shortage is the most signifi- cant in his 11 years at NT. All areas of the center are having dif- ficulty meeting student's needs, and the shortage persists in spite of an increased staff. Seventy people are on the waiting list for individual counseling, up from a wait- ing list of 60 two weeks ago. The wait- ing list is composed of students seeking career guidance or personal counseling. Overton said, however, even though there is a long wait, counselors arc avail- able in an emergency. "IT IS BECOMING rather difficult to place students with counselors," Overton said. Bob Morccock of the center's staff formed a career group with several stu- dents on the waiting list in an attempt to alleviate the problem. At this point, said Overto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, November 22, 1983 1 ■< - t f * r f ' I • < I > - t u - r * > v r * I . t I ♦ 1 c *' - ♦ ♦1 * « . # f u 4r. RUM-PUM-PUM-PUM—Steve Smith, drummer tor the rock group Journey and the jazz group Vital Information, speaks about his drumset techniques. Smith gave a speech and performance Thursday afternoon. Former Blood, Sweat and Tears trumpeter to swing with lab band By LAQUITA DAVIS Special Writer Trumpets will blast and jazzers will swing tonight when former Blood, Sweat and Tears trumpeter Lew Soloff grooves with the One O'clock Lab Band. Tonight's program has a variety of mu- sic styles and works by well-known com- posers and arrangers, and will show the changes Soloff has made in his playing since his late 1960s rock band days. Soloff played for Blood, Sweat and Tears from May of 1968 to September of 1973. "I was with them all the time, on tours and everywhere they went for five years," Soloff said in a telep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 22,1983 East Texas trees face harvesting LUFKIN (AP)—Environmentalists battling to pre- serve about 65,000 acres in the state's four national forests say that no tree ever wins an argument with a chain saw. But in Angelina National Forest, hundreds of giant oak and magnolia trees were granted an unusual stay of execution last month. The trees were already marked for cutting when the U.S. Forest Service decided to delay the scheduled 36-acre timber sale. The delay was hailed as a major victory by Texas environmentalists who are battling to preserve the acres of wilderness. A bill sponsored by Dallas con- gressman John Bryant would outlaw logging in the wilderness areas. But while the bill is stalled in Congress, the For- est Service has stepped up its timber leasing programs in Texas, environmentalists claim. Another 400 acres of timber, included in the wilderness proposal, will be sold in January to the highest bidder. "It's a Catch-22 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

Tuesday, November 22, 1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 4 f • 4 -4 i f • ♦ < |(t ' * « |) * V • > &B fr * fl 4 f a • I - ir * vl* <- <- « > « v- ♦ ♦ ■*, - t r t. r. s ■V T Wl •i "***. „• l*V,V V*V •• • ~ ■ 25'. ••« Hikn- Photo by BOB WARD Mike Rhone, left, and Roberick Wiltz celebrate •*>$ «**% Photo by BETH STALLAPD NT's Nathan Williams, left, eludes UTA's David Phillips / Y'Y\TWAY T\Y\Y \Y/\Y\T\T\T\Y ▼ T ▼ ▼ ► : s [Ul (t-"-S >6 ' I • : I "■ ' ^ -■■ GLADALAJARA 601 Ft. Worth Dr 383-2266 MATZALAN 1028 Ruddell 566-1718 Where good friends meet! Open for Lunch & Dinner 11-10 Mon. - Sat. Lunches $3.25 Tuesday Night Special! Enchilada Dinner $3.25 14 Combination dinners to choose from Good at both locations All items on the menu can be prepared to go Separate Club Area Available for Parties 4 % I I % A AAA.A A. A\ A\ A\ A\ A\'A\ A\A\A.A A, A. A A ' NORTH TEXAS LAUNDROMAT (Modern, safe, convenient, clean, comfortable) -Hs. LOOK AT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER! STEAM ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 November 1983

By BILLY SMITH Staff Writer r^T c S| W*A> $j Sv The North Texas Daily Page 8 Tuesday, November 22,1983 Eagles rout Mavericks 52-15 NT receives first-round bye in playoffs With the exception of a little extra chaos and the sound of champagne corks popping in the locker room, the scene Saturday for NT quarterback Greg Carter was the same as any other of the Eagles' eight wins this season. As usual. Carter was surrounded by report- ers quizzing him about the Eagles' 52-15 South- land Conference co-championship-clinching win over the UT-Arlington Mavericks. NT Football ■£ * A new face in the reporter's brigade, but not a new face in the NT locker room, appeared and asked Carter, "Do you have a quote for me?" IT WAS LAST year's NT quarterback, Rusty Hill, posing as a reporter to the sur- prise of Carter. The two embraced. It was the first locker room reunion between Hill and his understudy of two year's since the Eagles' 2-9 season last year. For Carter, the game was al- so a reunion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1983

' ' * K i I- > f * V * i V % V V V h >* <- * fc- ► ' • i < f <■ . *• % V v . * ♦ *• I * !• * * ♦ ♦ -i * ♦ V <- % The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 23, 1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 50 Dallas marks assassination's anniversary Ceremony draws city residents, international attention DALLAS (AP)—Twenty years to the hour after President John F. Kennedy was gunned down, the world's eyes again turned to Dallas Tuesday as 1,500 peo- ple gathered for a memorial service a block away from the assassination site. I.ike the fateful day in I963, showers cleared from the sky shortly before noon, as political leaders began to speak of Kennedy's legacy. The memorial service in John F. Kennedy Plaza, followed by a $15-a-plate luncheon attended by about 750 people, drew reporters from around the world and was broadcast live as far away as Australia. Before and after the ceremony, doz- ens of people milled around the assassi- nation site, taking...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 November 1983

The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, November 23, 1983 w Editorial Cruises to Europe The arrival last week of U.S. cruise missiles at Greenham Common Air Base in England proves NATO's willing- ness to carry out its plans despite widespread protests, but a new problem has emerged before all the weapons are installed: how to assign authority for the missiles' use. Opinion polls taken in England suggest most English are dissatisfied with the present launching arrangement, which calls for a dialogue between the president of the United States and the prime minister of England before the president makes the final decision on whether to launch the missiles. The arrangement is loosely outlined in a doc- ument that has been signed by all presidents and prime ministers since its creation. But many English are uneasy with a setup that gives another nation the final say on how weapons will be used on English soil. This attitude is intensified by the acute awareness that those weapons are als...

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