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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1984

i Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, January 19, 1984 i . t > 1 4 ¥ 1. 4- <- ' f 8 | i i * > •s I « I <• (- V « MacLaine shines in emotional film Toe - Si is Daniels and Winger with family By CARA CHANDLER Staff Writer "Terms of Endearment," starring Shirley MacLaine, Jack Nicholson and Debra Winger, twists and turns to touch every emotion—especially happiness and sadness. The story concerns the relationship between a mother and daughter, and the difficulties of their lives. Aurora Green- way (MacLaine) has trouble letting go of her daughter Emma (Winger) when she marries. Emma must contend with her mother's great dislike for her husband, played by Jeff Daniels, and her constant interference into the marriage. IN BETWEEN HOURLY phone calls to her daughter, Aurora develops an odd relationship with a retired astronaut next door, played by Nicholson. The person- ality conflicts between Aurora and her astronaut are hilarious highlights of the fil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 January 1984

t vY.r; ..-^•^•r.' '^Try**-' TK '.V ' ".'fr^ The North Texas Daily Thursday, January 19, 1984 Page 8 Mean Green plays Pan Am " ^ ' V\ */ Horrocks ends NT career with game tonight By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer The NT men's basketball team will try to even its 6-7 record when it takes the court against the Pan American University Broncs at 7:35 tonight in the Super Pit. NT coach Tommy Newman said Pan Am is one of the strongest teams the Eagles will play. "In my estimation, they're one of the six or seven best college basketball teams in the state of Texas. They're a pretty patient team. They can run. They can play either style. That's the mark of a well coached team." Starters for Pan Am are center Troy Dingle, forwards Duane Thorton and Phillip Bernard, and guards Tom Fipke and Eric Hoskins. Dingle leads the Broncs with an average of 12.') points per game, and Thorton has a free-throw percentage of .875. NT coach Tommy Newman said the Eagles will try to make it difficult for the Bron...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

t "" - The North Texas Daily Friday, January 20, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 59 . f * * ' «r - > ; i- V ► V 4 ♦ ♦ V Photo by BETH STALLARO EUREKA—Foy Lewis, an NT housing employee, tain vacuum cleaners to Maple Hall residents. demonstrates how to main- Regents predict success at NT Vice chairman places emphasis on education By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer C. Dean Davis, vice chairman of the NT Board of Regents, said Thursday that the education of future teachers has never been more important. "The network system badly needs reworking and needs to be better financed," he said. Davis said H. Ross Perot's ad hex; com- mittee on cduc lion would probably be the subject of a special session of the Legislature this summer. "By having excellent input into the Governor's Committee on Higher Edu- cation, we can formulate for decades to come the way teachers are paid and trained, and the way boys and girls are taught," he said. "By the same token, competen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

1 i The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, January 20, 1984 Editorials Open containers The Denton City Council buckled under to Texas Attorney General Jim Mattox's opinion that cities don't have the authority to enact open container laws and repealed the city's never-enforced open container ordinance Tues- day night. Since the open container ordinance is difficult to enforce, and because keeping the ordinance on the books indicates anything but good will toward the state's authority on the matter, the council was wise in repealing the law. Although the state has allowed individual voting pre-* cincts to rule on whether alcohol can be sold in stores and where it can be bought, the state currently allows no county or city to pass open container laws. The council debated the option of leaving the ordinance on the books, anyway, with Mayor Richard Stewart saying he wanted to keep the open container ban because he personally had known too many people who were killed by drivers who had open...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

X . ' I H -1 I' Forum The North Texas Dally Page 3 Friday, January 20,1984 . - > Alfred /Services increase Hmley ^ help The Daily will run an additional Commentary page, Forum, each Friday. The Daily will print columns from students and faculty, staff and administrative members, as well as from Denton residents, on campus, city, state, national and international topics. By ALFRED HURLEY Welcome to the spring 1984 semester. 1 very much appreciate the chance to reach out to the readers of this newspaper. Many issues are on my mind these days, but one that is never tix> far from a central place in my thoughts about our university has to do with the quality of the services we provide our students. Until recently, providing services to students too often may have meant meeting the needs of "tradi- tional" 17- to 21-year-old under- graduates. That is no longer our only objective at NT. Most of us are well aware of the rise in the average age of students, as well as the increase in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

Hi ill Mfftf rfcasaMMtBBMI IS I Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, January 20,1984 Study Abroad offers European summer programs Students to visit Switzerland, England and Wales By SHELLY ANSBACH Daily Reporter NT is again offering summer study programs abroad to all qualifying students, Paul T. Hebda, study abroad adviser said. Study abroad programs for the first and sec- ond summer sessions will be at the American College of Switzerland in Leysin, Switzerland. First session classes offered are watercolor painting, painting and drawing, international and multinational accounting and internation- al management. Second semester courses offered are music, history, aesthetics, computer science in education and political science. Study abroad programs are available for the second summer session at the University of Shefield, in Sheffield, England. Courses offered are international higher education administra- tion and computer science in education. An international management class is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

f Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Friday, January 20, 1984 . i H - f * t < ♦ < ' - > t < y>. .T ,T> • f 4' 1 Gallery opens with photography exhibit; display features NT students' works By TONYA McMURRAY Staff Writer The University Union Gallery opened the spring semester with a photography exhibit featuring the work of two NT art students. The exhibit opened Monday and continues through Jan. 27. The opening reception for the exhibit was held Wednesday night. Chris Cole, Dallas junior, has both black-and-white and color photographs on display. Cole's tryptichs, which arc groups of three photographs, were pro- duced by color Xerox. Two of the tryptichs were photographed directly from a television screen by Cole. "Covetousness" shows Bugs Bunny and two characters from the "Star Trek" television series, and "Nosed Out By D. White" shows scenes from a Dallas Cowboys foot- ball game. In many of his tryptichs, Cole said, he adjusts the fine tuning on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Fair to sponsor booths for groups in courtyard n nf in a nnr a ' 1 'Ua f i* urill in/«lia/ii> n r%/\tMi\nrri By SUSAN STAGGS Daily Reporter The Student's Activity Fair, canceled yesterday because of bad weather, has been rescheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday in the Union courtyard and One O'Clock Lounge. Forty campus organizations will spon- sor booths in the courtyard. "The Activities Fair serves a dual purpose, said Harold Farris, graduate assistant for activities and organizations. "One purpose is to allow the organiza- tions to recruit members, showcase them- selves and sell their wares. The other purpose is to give students the opportuni- ty to find out what organizations exist and how to join." The fair will include a potpourri of organizations: academic, social, intercul- tural, religious, sports, and special in- terest. University-sanctioned groups will have booths set up during the fair, he said. "The first activity fair was held last se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

orts The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, January 20, 1984 <- 'i ' 4- ' v i < V P • <* } M > Cagers to play McNeese NT enters Southland Conference race By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer The NT men's basketball team takes the court without senior post John Horrocks for the first time this season against the McNeese State Cowboys Saturday in Lake Charles, La. This is the first conference game of the year for both teams. Horrocks has been ruled ineligible for con- ference play by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Louis Bonnette, McNeese sports infor- mation director, said the game should be close even though Horrocks, NT's top scorer and rebounder, is out. The Cowboys' record is 7-7 and NT's is 6-7. The Cowboys will start guards Joe Dumars and Guy Mclnnis, forward Kenny Jimerson and posts Jerome Batiste and Chris Hardin in a double post formation. NT at McNeese State When: Where: Broadcast: 7:35 p.m. Lake Charles, La. KNTU-FM 88.1 Pregame— 7:20 p.m. Dumars leads the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 January 1984

■' ^ ' * n ' M rr;" Page 8—The North Texas Daily I I r- Friday, January 20,1984 Eagle center plays his last game Horrocks returns to life without NT basketball By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer John Horrocks grew up with a basketball hoop 20 paces from his back door in the projects in El Paso. He has been fooling around with a basketball since before he can remember. Yet the 7-foot NT center did not play basketball competitively until he was a sophomore at Cooke County Junior College in Gainesville. He did not make the high school team. Now he is the star of his college team. "1 tell you what," he said. "I played against one of my high school classmates at UTSA. He didn't remember me. I was just 'the tall guy' to everybody at high school." DOESN'T HE FEEL vindicated? Isn't there a trace of bitterness anywhere? "1 knew 1 could do it," he said. "It wasn't like 1 was out to prove any- thing to them. "I'm sure they've heard of me now. It's nothing like, 'See, 1 told you 1 could do it.' It's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 January 1984

A 4- | I "• - I V k, *- ! * * n % S S * The North Texas Daily Tuesday, January 24, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 60 Board chairmen to discuss university funding Constitutional amendment to provide money to schools outside PfJF By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer Several Texas Board of Regents chairmen will meet this week in Austin to discuss a proposed constitutional amendment that would provide funds to universities left out of the Permanent University Fund, said Winfree Brown, NT Board of Regents chairman. The proposed amendment would appropri- ate $75 million of Texas' general revenue fund for state universities each fiscal year begin- ning Sept. 1, 1984. The money would be used to acquire land, build and repair buildings and purchase library books and other materials for universities out- side the permanent fund, said Walt Parker, vice president for external affairs. In Septem- ber 1985, the amendment would allow the Legislature to provide additional...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 January 1984

_ !■¥ , i enta ■T The North Texas Daily 4] .vl Tuesday, January 24, 1984 Page 2 Editorials . . • f/ttu" a • ■ • fisXi . Star wars The Pentagon wants to take war to the stars. NASA wants to build a permanent orbiting space sta- tion to search tor resources on Earth and as factory to make pure and exotic pharma- ceuticals and materials for com- merical use. And President Ronald Reagan, whose goals are no less lofty, wants the United States to be No. 1 in everything, and supports both the Pentagon's and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's plans, though one organization is working for war and one for peace. In the struggle between war and peace, there can only be one victor. If war is taken to the stars, then it has won on Earth, and peace has no refuge. NASA still controls its space shuttles, though it has been forced to devote much of the ships' pay loads to the Pentagon. But the Pentagon has never relished working with idealis- tic scientists who insist technology sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 January 1984

I ► K'J* \ ? •'* * • •-< iv 1. §•. ' V- A * 1 ► « - I i t ♦ ► * « / j ♦ * * J, Tuesday, January 24,1984 News Briefs Jdv/y indicts 30 for cocaine smuggling ATLANTA (AP)—Thirty people have been indicted on charges for smuggling five tons of cocaine worth $3.8 billion into the country in what a prosecutor called "the largest cocaine traffick- ing ring in the nation's history," federal authori- ties said Monday. The indictment, returned Thursday by a feder- al grand jury and unsealed Monday, said the cocaine was smuggled from Colombia into Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and Pennsylvania between June 1982 and September 1983. Associate U.S. Attorney General D. Lowell Jensen said the five tons of cocaine was valued at $3.8 billion. Of that amount, authorities have seized 2,700 pounds valued at $940 million, he said. Judge to reset 'Candy Man'execution HOUSTON (AP)—The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to review the case of convicted child poisoner Ronald Clark O'Bryan—the famed "Candy Man"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 January 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Flasher exposes himself New causes laughter, gasps, embarrassment By LADONNA ALMAGUER Special Writer Once, when a woman saw Tony New, she screamed, ran, knocked over a table and chair and threatened to jump into a near- by swimming pool. That didn't bother New. He expects that kind of reaction from his victims. New "flashes" people. He is not a sexual deviant. It's part of his job. New is one of four NT students who deliver telegrams for Luney Tunes, a Denton based company that specializes in musical messages. New, a 21-year-old junior from Houston, delivers both singing telegrams and Flash- A-Grams. He is working on a double major in library sciences and drama. The latter seems to emerge once New begins his flashy routine. New discovered the job through a notice posted on the call board in the green room, a lounge for drama students. He was des- perate for a job of any kind, so he auditioned the next day and got the job. "IT'S A GOOD THING personality c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 January 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, January 24, 1984 ♦ * (• J* < r ■ u >' V ' « r r « * if «■ > ■ • •> i f < • . . . ■ . ♦ % • • .* ? ■ > . * L . • > Gaylord to portray lead role By TONYA McMURRAY Staff Writer Eleven years ago, the chairman of NT's drama faculty asked Martha Gaylord, a Dallas actress, to lecture one of his classes. Gaylord refused to give a lecture, but offered to read an act or scene from a play. "I'm an acting lady, not a talking lady," she said. Gaylord th'Pn persuaded her friend Tom Hughes, general manager of the State Fair Music Hall and the Majestic Theater, to per- form with her in a benefit production for the drama division. The production was intended to be only a one-time event, but the first year, Gaylord and Hughes learned that there were no dra- ma scholarships. And they both believed it was important to give drama students both encouragement and financial assistance. "Actors have egos," Hughes said. "Mayb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 January 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 6 Tuesday, January 24,1984 NT cagers win first SLC game M By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The men's basketball team lost its first home game of the season against Pan American Thursday, but won its South- land Conference opener against McNeesc State in overtime Saturday at Lake Charles, La. The Eagles lost to Pan American 53-41, making 26 percent of their shots from the floor. The Eagles had 20 turnovers. John Horrocks, playing his last game for NT, led the Eagles with 13 points and 16 rebounds. "You're not going to win many ball- games shooting 26 percent," Coach Tommy Newman said. Newman praised the play of junior guard Todd Warren and junior forward Bill Nelson. "Todd Warren has been one of the bright offensive sparks in the last few games," he said, "and Bill Nelson is improving. He got 11 rebounds. If Todd had hit his shots and Bill had played better, we would have been in the game." In the first half, neither team played well, he said. "Sometimes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, January 25, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 61 . - > V J ' • I ( Interfraternity Council tests dry rush week Intramural limitations and formal bid penalties await violators of policy By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer Alcohol served by NT fraternities at rush par- * tics was officially banned once the first week of rush ended Saturday, as a result of an Inter- fraternity Council policy passed in November, Rob Graham, IFC president, said Tuesday. The policy prohibits fraternities from serving - ' alcohol during the second week of rush, he said. Fraternities that violate the rush policy will not be allowed to participate in formal bid accept- ance or earn points in the greek division of intra- f mural competition, said Dan Sullivan, Theta Chi member. He said the council is testing the new policy. Fraternities have used various themes for their dry parties such as Sigma Alpha Mu's "Pro- hibition Party" and Theta Chi's "MTV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1984

. The North Texas Daily Wednesday, January 25, 1984 Editorials Good job, Poland When President Ronald Reagan lifted some of the sanc- tions imposed against Poland two years ago, he demon- strated he had a knowledge of how diplomatic weapons should be used. For the first time since 1981, the United States will allow LOT, the Polish government airline, to land in U.S. airports. And Polish fishermen will be free to work in U.S. waters in 1984, though details of the arrangement haven't been announced. Reagan's action could be mis- taken for a weakening of the U.S. position on Poland's hu- man rights abuses, which, given the Reagan administration's eagerness to gloss over the hor- rible human rights record of El Salvador in its attempts to im- port weapons and soldiers into Central America, would hardly seem surprising. But Rea- gan understands that a warmonger image can hurt him in November. And, as he has begun conciliatory rhetoric toward the Soviet Union, so too did he lift some sanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1984

Wednesday, January 25,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 . • 4 I * t f * t i f 4 v 4 i . , * I * * ' i r 1 ; • < \ \ News Briefs FBI agents investigate adoption fraud ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP)—FBI agents from Washington, D.C., and at least three states are meeting this week to review investigations into an adoption network accused of defrauding cou- ples seeking to adopt babies <n at least 18 states. Rob Sutton, agent in charge of the Salt Lake City FBI office, confirmed Tuesday that an agent and prosecutor from Utah's U.S. attorney's office were meeting in Albuquerque with FBI investiga- tors from around the country. Sutton said notes would be swapped on a Mexican adoption pipeline operated by Debbie Tan- ner of Wilcox, Ariz., and Bryan Martin Hall of El Paso. A spokesman for the FBI headquarters in Wash- ington, D.C., refused to confirm or deny. Director says ignorance caused delay AUSTIN (AP}— Dr. Victor Galloway, the first deaf person to run the Texas School for the Deaf, said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 January 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, January 25,1984 February to emphasize black culture By TONYA KNIGHT Daily Reporter February is NT Black Emphasis Month, and several events are planned to empha- size black culture and history. "1 hope this (February) will be a month of rebirth and learning about black cul- ture," said Lillian German, Houston sen- ior and chairwoman of the ad hoc com- mittee that coordinated the upcoming events. The schedule of events includes a con- test to show the talents of black students. Students can compete for a $100 prize in any of the five categories of compe- tition: dance, music (vocal or instru- mental), drama, art and fashion design. The competitions will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 25 in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. Students must bring their own equip- ment and supplies, German said. PROFESSIONALS IN each category will judge the contest. Winners will be contacted individually, and their work will be displayed or perfor...

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