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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 November 1983

-I' Sports The North Texas Daily i * r Page 7 Wednesday, November 30,1983 •f >1 ' 4 ' I* ft * I r r 5 * I I' Photo by EOB WARD AIR BALL—lsalene Jones, right, goes for the ball day in the Eagles' opening game of the Kansas against the Texas A&M Aggies. The NT women's State Tournament. The Eagles played Tuesday basketball team lost to the Aggies 78-64 last Fri- night against Southern Methodist University. "S;u your goodbyes vvilh | flowers from...'1 Holly ',v Gardens Florists 382-1548 701) K. Sluini.il) pasl I Wl Frozen Yogurt that tastes like Ice Cream "Try our frothy hot chocolate 603 Sunset M-Th 11-9:30 Fri & Sat 11-10 pm Sun 1-9 Immigration Law Firm Samuel M. Tidwell & Associates, P.C. Complete Immigration Law Practice Samuel M. Tidwell is Board Certified in Immigration Law Dallas (214) 699-9599 Austin (512) 476-1247 Also Open Saturday GET DOWN! H That is! ' I SKI ll Crested Butte $295:°° all inclusive University Travel 565-4080 IfTC not operated by NTSU r i i i i i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 November 1983

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 30,1983 A ... ' SHn ® Photo by BOB WARD UPWARD REBOUND—John Horrocks, right, and White game. The Eagles, 0-2 for the season, played Andre Boutte battle for a rebound in the Green- Texas Southern in the Super Pit last night call Vicki 5fcfc-7070 • Let us do your ■ ti, party balloons • Telegram delivery in costume available (lartj (o For Relief of Tension Due to EXAMS A Shot of the SILVER DOLLAR 508 S. Elm 3K7-KI09 M-F 7-12 open Sut 7-1 am THIRD ANNUAL SILVER CHRISTMAS BALL Saturday, December 3. 8 pm Silver Hagle Suite. University Union Tickets on sale University Union Ticket Office: $2.50 per person Semitornial/Formal dress required Hors d'oeuvrcs and beer wine will be available Music by White Shapes and Fast Eddy's D.J. Service Ml i t «- ■ r . _ -Aft ( Sponsored by RHA and UPC/Concert Committee Lifters to compete in Irving tourney The NT Powerlifting Club will com- pete in the Greater Texas Classic, the club's first meet ever, this we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

I The North Texas Daily Thursday, December 1,1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 53 **** < Photo by SUSAN THOMAS NEWSPEPPER—David Bethea, Tulsa, Okla., junior, passes time The chemistry recitation class is held in a lecture hall in the before his chemistry recitation by reading The North Texas Daily. Biology Building. Chairmanship search draws two to campus By LIBBY McMAHON Staff Writer Two applicants for the position of biological sci- ences department chairman will visit NT during De- cember, Dr. Thomas Preston, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, said Wednesday. Dr. David Seigler, assistant head of the plant bi- ology department at the University of Illinois at Urbana, will visit NT Dec. 5 and 6. Siegler said he was invited to apply for the position almost a year ago. "It (NT) is an up-and-coming university," Seigler said. "The powers that be at the university seem to want to build some really fine programs, and this seems like an opportunity t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, December i, 1983 Editorials Joint exercises Even after the death of more than 250 Marines in Lebanon, the United States remains dedicated to its peacekeeping role. Now, the U.S government has a chance to become more active in its mission. President Reagan and Israeli Prime Minister Shamir are meeting this week to discuss a wide variety of issues be- tween both countries. But one of the most important ideas is the possibility of joint U.S.-Israel military exercises in the Middle East. The purpose of the exercises would be to warn Syria the United States and Israel are serious about their roles in the Middle East. The exercises would also be an- other link in holding together U.S. and Israel relations. A State Department official said the joint exercises would prove to the Syrians there is no gap between the United States and Israel. Along with the possible exercises, a new U.S. military aid package to Israel has been proposed. The pac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

Thursday, December 1,1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 Bus, truck collide; six passengers die LIVINGSTON (AP)—A Continental Trail- ways bus bound for Houston rammed the rear of a truck before dawn Wednesday and plunged nose-first 40 feet into a muddy creek, killing six people aboard and injuring six others. The Department of Public Safety said sev- eral passengers were pinned in the mangled wreckage for 90 minutes as rescuers cut the top off the bus and climbed inside. Convicts indicted for murder attempt SAN AN IONIC) (AP)—Convicted drug traf- ficker Jamiel "Jimmy" Chagra and another man were charged with the 1978 attempted assas- sination of a federal prosecutor in indictments unsealed Wednesday, Chagra. serving a 45-year federal prison sen- tence for several convictions, has been convicted of obstructing justice in the investigation into the 1979 murder of U.S. District Judge John H. Wood Jr. Shuttle becomes factory in space SPACt: CENTER, Houston (AP)—Astronauts turned Spacelab ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Thursday, December 1,1983 ;# Experts cite atomic blasts' aftereffects Editor's note: This is the first part of a two-part series. By TONYA McMURRAY Daily Reporter j The civil defense sirens sound. People head for the nearest fallout shelter. On the horizon, a blinding light Hashes, followed by devastating shock waves which level buildings and shatter windows. Huge, dark mushroom clouds appear, and then all is quiet. Those lucky enough to have made it to the fallout shelters before the nuclear blasts are safe, for the time being. They wait the allotted time, and then come out to try to rebuild a civilization which has destroyed itself. ACCORDING TO a report released in late Oc- tober, the world would be a cold, dark place, and even those who survived the initial blasts would be subject to disease and starvation. For the past 18 months, a group of more than 100 scientists, headed by astronomer Carl Sagan. have studied the effects of a nuclear war. Their co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

§•> .< U- > h H Ai .• * * • # < t t / V f •# « 1 < ' f m r (• / E I & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Thursday, December 1,1983 Museum sponsors program Victorian Christmas brings in the elves Photo by SUSAN THOMAS FA LA LA—Lawana Freeman, Denton Senior, sings alto in Stan Gibbs' performance of "Moon- struck." The performance was part of "Celebra- tion III." The Denton County Courthouse-on-the- Squarc Historical Museum is sponsoring the fourth annual Victorian Christmas-on-the- Square, a program featuring music and dance performances by Denton groups, beginning at 6:45 tonight. The program will also be per- formed on Dec. 8, said Marta Kramer, mu- seum director. Tonight's festivities will begin with a per- formance by the Showtime Dance Studio Elves. Santa Claus will arrive at 7 p.m. At 7:05 p.m. St. Andrew Presybyterian Church Bell Ring- ers will play "Bell Noel," "Adagio for Glass Harmonica," "Veni Emmanuel" and "Good King Wencesluas." The Denton Commu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Thursday, December 1,1983 Peking dog ban leaves 200,000 canines dead PEKING (AP)—Teams of Chinese have drowned and clubbed to death about 200,000 dogs in a drive to rid Peking of the animals, a city official said Tuesday. He said that any remaining dogs on the streets will be "killed on the spot." A ban on dog ownership will begin today for health and safety reasons, said Liu Songlin, a deputy chief of Peking's environmental department. Some people ate their pets to comply with the ban, Liu said in an interview with the Associated Press. Western reporters who went to the back streets and narrow alleys where Liu claimed the volunteer teams killed the dogs in the )a t six weeks, said they did not see any evidence of the mass killings. Liu said 200 Peking residents formed extermination teams to drown and club dogs after the ban was announced Oct. 11. He claimed that half of Peking's dog population of 400,000 had perished in the purge. Authorities said the d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, December 1, 1983 I r 1 i * 1 v k ! i . > i s All-Southland Conference Team FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Tight End— Joey Livans, NE Louisiana, 6-2, 212, jr., Bastrop, La. Guards— Mike Grantham, NE Louisiana, 6-4, 245, sr., Ferriday, La., and Dan Reeder, NTSU, 6-2, 245, sr., Greenville, Texas. Tackles— Bruce Collie, Texas-Arlington, 6-4, 275, jr., San Antonio, Texas, and Chris Weaver, NE Louisiana, 6-2, 239, sr., Mesquite, Texas. Center— Mark Cannon, Texas-Arlington, 6-4, 245, sr., Austin, Texas. Wide Receiver— Chris Tilley, Louisiana Tech, 5-10, 170, sr., Shreveport, La., and Tag Rome, NE Louisiana, 5-10, 176, sr., Joncsboro, La. Quarterback— Greg Carter, NTSU, 5-10, 170, sr., Fort Worth, Texas. Running Backs— Buford Jordan. McNecsc Slate, 6-2, 215,sr., lota, La., and Scotty Caldwell, Texas-Arlington, 6-0, 185, jr., Arlington, Texas. Kicker— Jesse Garcia, NE Louisiana, 5-7, 175, sr., Lewis- ville, Texas. DEFENSE Ends— Ronnie Hickman, NTSU, 6-0, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 December 1983

r Page &—The North Texas Daily 0m % ■i.. ■■■ Photo by BOB WARD NT's Bill Nelson, left, battles for the ball Next round at NT? Denton may play host to semifinals If the NT football team defeats the University of Nevada-Reno in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Divison l-AA playoffs Saturday, the semifinal game will be played at Fouts Field in Denton Dec. 10, the Saturday before finals week. The game, which will be broadcast on CBS, would be the first post-season game ever played at NT. The National Collegiate Athletic Association awarded NT the home field advantage for the semi- finals primarily because NT submitted a revised at- tendance home-site bid, Jerry Miles, director of men's championships said Wednesday. The original bid submitted to the NCAA by Fred McCain, NT athletic director, estimated paid atten- dance for a home playoff game at 5,500. The re- vised estimate was 11,500, McCain said. McCain said he did not include students in the intial attendance estimate, because ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

.7 M7 ■ " ' ■■■ T-rnr —3H- .u^r „..- 7, ^ -r -v. i: The North Texas Daily Friday, December 2,1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 54 Special issue next week Today's issue of The North Texas Daily is the last regular issue of the semester. The Daily will print a special issue next Friday, the last day of prefinals week, to report NT's football postseason. The Daily will resume regular operations Jan. 17. Woods supports Avesta decision, to push for reorganization in spring I' I 1 L ' t ► L * ' I .? Pholo by SUSAN THOMAS Woods comments about fall semester By JERRY BOULWARE Daily Reporter Student Association President Lee Ann Woods said Thursday she had hoped to get an electoral reorganization hill passed this semester, but the issue is not dead and she plans to push for reorganization next semester. Woods said a more representative as- sembly would be a step in the right di- rection, but in order to enact effective legislation, more interaction, co- operation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, December 2, 1983 Editorials Queen's mom When a 17-year-old unwed mother was named home- coming queen of Hillcrest High School, it set off a riot among North Dallas' chastity-belt-conscious Bible Belters, who were incensed such a woman would be raised up as, well, as a role model for our sons and daughters! Well, goodness. A member of the Hillcrest Parent Teacher Student As- sociation said, "Anyone who has an illegitimate child at an early age cannot be a proper role model for teen-agers (whom) we're trying to teach to become responsible adults." Far better to teach, evidently, is narrow-mindedness and ignorance. The homecoming queen, Asyle Martin, isn't a typical student. As part of Dallas' integration program, Martin, who is black, takes a 30-minute bus ride to predominantly white Hillcrest. She is a part-time student, and received an A and two Bs in her studies during the last six-week term. Hillcrest students, on the whole, approve of her elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

I Friday, December 2,1983 The North Tga s Daily—Page 3 4 ■ | t .1 I \ ^ I H I j ■V. News Briefs Murder spurs Beirut curfew BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)—A man pretending to seek legal advice walked into the apartment of l^ebanon's top Druse religious judge and assassinated him with a silencer-equipped pistol Thursday. The army, fearing revenge killing, clamped a curfew on Beirut and warned that citizens carrying arms would be shot. Druse gunners hammered Lebanese army positions south of Beirut after the assassination and snipers killed a French peacekeeping soldier. Bus crash sparks inquiry LIVINGSTON (AP)—The driver of a Trailways bus may have swerved at the last moment before he clipped the rear of a truck and plunged 40 feet off the highway into a muddy creek embankment, killing six passengers, federal accident investigators said Thursday. Nurse denies killing baby SAN ANTONIO (AP)—A vocational nurse, awaiting trial in another county in the murdcr-by-injection of an infant girl, has plead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

Page 4—The North Texaa Daily If ■ ft#! Friday, December 2,1983 Study posits aftermath Editor's note: This is the second in a two-part story on the after effects of nuclear war. By TONY McMURRAY Daily Reporter It is important to realize no one can really know what the effects of a nuclear war would be, Dr. Kent McGregor of the geology faculty said. McGregor commented on a report that was re- searched over a period of 18 months by more than 100 scientists, including Dr. Carl Sagan. The report says that severe storms would occur over the coastal areas due to the enormous dif- ferences in the temperatures of the land and sea. McGregor said theoretically if the sun were blocked out by dust from nuclear fires, the land would cool faster than the oceans. This would create a situation similiar to what occurs in the winter. In the winter, the oceans are wanner than the land masses. THE SCIENTISTS also reported that human exposure to radiation would be higher than was previously thought, beca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Friday, December 2,1983 . I- <► 4.' r Ann Vann Norman, El Paso junior, dances in the concert Plays feature women Six plays, directed by graduate students in Dr. Donna L. Clevinger's directing class, are scheduled at 8 p.m. each eve- ning Dec. 5 through 10 in the Speech Building's Studio Theatre. Tickets are $2.50 for students, $3.50 for the general public. The productions, in the past called Di- rector's Showcase, arc titled Women's Showcase this year. The first play scheduled, on Monday, is "Getting Out," directed by Monika Antonelli, Denton graduate student. "Table Settings," directed by Leslie YOUR TICKET TO MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL uiy Screen TV All major sports events (throughout the holidays) Big Screen TV All major sports events (throughout the holidays) SILVER DOLLAR Choreography concert features modern dance Entertainment Notes Today Noon Music at Noon. Collegium Muiicum. in the Student Commons or the Music building 7 an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

Page 6—The tyorth Texas Daily . - - ."„Vt T Friday, December 2,1983 — / tym % % t .. . m iiiiiiiaiiilii DURAN DURAN Seven And The Ragged Tiger TOM WAITS SWORDFISHTROMBONES > !< \\ JoBOXERS liks Qangbusters i|gyr:a ^■SHE CRIED RICHARD PRYOR Hen' And Vm THE BEST OF THE ALAN PARSONS PROJECT Includes 16 Shells From A 30-6 In The Neighborhood 'duran duran RK1IA1D PUtM CASSETTE boxers i include THE MOTELS ^MRobbersI f e IN THE SKY ■ IIMt rr/M_AN GAMES PEOPLE PLAV I p ARSONS YOU DON ! BELIEVE FAKb° CASSETTE AM 2 The motels/ Eddie Murphy: Comedian /ale Price/ Good For One Week paul McCartney PIPES OF PEACE CULTURE CLUB ( OI.OUR BV NUMBERS including featured titles onl\ Include* Ihe following comedy if. K,irmi Chameleon/Miss Me Blind Chuirh Of Tne Ponon Mind'Muter Man inciufl Say Say Say and The Man (Duels wrtlh Michael Jachton So Bad Singers Languages TV Modern Wornen lc« Cr«am Man/ !>ho« Thrown Mothers BOB DYLAN ■infidelsH Lionel Ritchie i! including And l/JoKerman/Sv e€lh«a t lih...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, December 2, 1983 v i1 ii i • ft* ♦ ♦ i • i i 4 I ' 4 * A klj •t- \ 11 V ■ •) Photo by SUSAN THOMAS IT'S A HIT—Patty Lirideman, San Antonio sophomore, hits the ball in intramural action. Action II, Lindeman's team, defeated the Netters 15-6, 15-7 to win the women's championship. In the men's division, the Foreigners defeated Sigma Phi Epsilon 15-9, 15-10, 15-13. Chaparral has much to offer including spacious I bedrooms in an all adult community at reasonable prices plus All Bills Paid See it to believe it! 603 EAGLE 382-5331 "The Smart Place NT, Reno coaches differ about outcome By BILLY SMITH Staff Writer NT football coach Corky Nelson believes the Ea- gles' option offense will be enough to catapult them into the semifinals of the Division I-AA playoffs. Nevada-Reno coach Chris Ault isn't impressed with the Greg Carter approach to option quarterbacking. Ault said, "All we have to do is find the ball. We won't make any adjustments in our de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 December 1983

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Friday, December 2,1983 Eagles to play Centenary Gents Writer gives Eagles playoff nod The NT men's basketball team plays the Centenary College Gents at 7:35 p.m. Saturday in Shreveport, La., and if the Eagles are to win the team must practice what coach Tommy Newman has been preaching all year: defense. The Gents are led by senior forward Willie Jackson, who averages 25 points and 12 rebounds per game and who, if he can maintain that scoring average, will finish his college career in fifth place on the all-time scoring list behind Harry Kelly, Oscar Robertson, Elvin Hayes and Larry Bird. Jackson, 6-foot-6-inch, is 52 points shy of 2,000 career points. Jackson, a preseason all-American in the Sporting News and an Associated Press honorable mention all-American in 1982, is one of four starters from the Gents' 1982 9-9 team. Forward Albert Thomas, 6-foot-7-inch, averages 7 points and six rebounds per game. Eric Vonner, a 6-foot-7-inch cen- ter, averages 13...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 January 1984

The North Texas Daily Tuesday, January 17, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 56 ftl * f p • \ «> * i * I • K~ < J I I > \ ' IV 1 • " . 1 M ' 1 - ■ • ■ ■ *> Housing to require early fee Office policy to help eliminate no-shows By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer In order to help eliminate no-shows next fall, the NT Housing Office will require on- campus residents to pay a $100 prepaymeni to reserve their rooms, along with a $75 deposit, NT Director of Housing Jim Peterson said Monday. Last fall, 150 NT students lived in Mary Gibbs Jones Hall at Texas Woman's Universi- ty for the first weeks of school because NT's residence halls were full. "All the folks were out within the first month," Peterson said, "but some students were tripled up in West Hall." Peterson said his office issued a recommen- dation last fall, but no action was taken at that time. Now, if the deposit and the prepay- ment aren't received by June 1, he said, the student will lose ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 January 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, January 17, 1984 Editorials SAing it again Same song. Same verse. Last fall, it seemed the Student Association might actually pass an electoral reorganization bill, since SA President Lee Ann Woods named reform of the SA's electoral proc- ess one of her major goals. However, the two reorganization bills introduced to the assembly last fall were rejected. Woods was an author of one of the electoral reform bills. She held a discussion session about electoral reor- ganization for students and assembly members who had questions about the issue, but few stu- dents and even fewer SA representatives attended. Except for SA representatives Dan Levy, Paul Veltc and David Henderson, who were authors of the rejected reorgan- ization bills, Woods was alone on the SA in her concern that the SA is not repre- sentative of students. She said she in- tends to continue her efforts for reform during the spring semester. Although some of the representati...

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