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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 January 1984

: Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, January 31, 1984 j M LL II ■ <W F ir + * •- * ^ ♦i f I ♦ ♦ " * V <• <- tu > r *■ V V * fr V V V to ♦ 1 Lady Bucs throw NT The Southwestern Lady Bucs beat the NT women's basketball team 64-58 Saturday in the Super Pit. The loss drops the fcagles' record to 0-12. They are 0-2 in Southland Conference play. The Lady Bucs are 9-9. Southwestern jumped out to a 16-6 lead with 10 minutes left in the half. NT's Robiena Sanders hit four straight field goals as the Mean Green closed the gap to 19-14. The Lady Bucs outscored NT 18-12 with seven minutes left in the half to lead 36-25 at halftime. NT fell behind 55-37 with nine minutes left in the game, but the Eagles hit five unanswered points to make the score 59-50 with 4:04 left to play. The rally fell short as NT only scored eight points in the final four minutes to make the final scote 64-58. NT started Regina Woods, Debbie Giles, Leslie Hicks, Isalene Jones and Sanders. Southwester...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 January 1984

mM'M BE s Page 8—The North Texas Daily ' ! ! NT cagers fall to fourth in SLC By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The NT men's basketball team lost first place and its perfect record in the Southland Conference by losing two games—one at home against Arkansas State University Thursday and one against Lamar University at Beaumont Saturday. ASU beat the Eagles 66-52 and the Eagles lost to the Lamar Cardinals 96-66. NT is 2-2 in the SLC and 8-10 overall. As a result of the losses, the Mean Green tumbled from first place in the SLC to a tie for fourth place with Northeast Louisiana. Lamar, 4-1, is in first place. Louisiana Tech, 3-1, is second. ASU, 3-2, is third. NT and Northeast Louisiana are 2-2. McNeese, 1-3. is in sixth place. UT-Arlington, which has lost all four of its games, is in last. THE MEAN GREEN stayed close to the ASU Indians most of the game. With 7:20 left in the game, the Eagles were behind 43-38. The Indians scored eight straight points and the Eagles never came within 10 poi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, February 1, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 65 jffl' W '/L i. i i ! I ; I - {i i, r ; 1 6 • % $ - f'6 ; i Month highlights black heritage Black Emphasis Month kicks off at 11 a.m. today with a celebiation in the Uni- versity Union Courtyard. "This will be an informal celebration that should last about 30 minutes, and all students are invited to attend." said Lillian German, chairwoman of the Black Emphasis Month ad hoc committee. "This is our way of saying, this is February and we're glad it's here." Black Emphasis Month German, Houston junior, said Presi- dent Al Hurley will speak at the cele- bration. "The attempt is not just to get the blacks, but all of the NT community involved," German said. "The theme of the month is Black Renaissance at North Texas State Univer- sity. We want to expose the entire North Texas community to black history and culture," she said The last tryouts for the Black Arts Exhibition, which w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1984

. ommentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, February 1, 1984 Editorials Costly politics Oops! Some of the 101,000 callers who pledged money dur- ing the Democratic Party's television telethon last spring arc being charged more than they donated. Apparently, two of the 22 centers receiving calls last May 28 and 29 improperly recorded some of the donations. Viewers were told they could give a one-time gift or donate in easy monthly installments. But some of those pledging a one-time donation using their VISAs or Mastercards are finding that they're giving their one-time donation every month, and the installments aren't always that easy. No one knows for sure, but the best estimates are that 1,000 callers are being overcharged, which is, of course, a major drain on party goodwill. The Democrats are mail- ing apologies, which is, of course, a major drain on party funds. But that wasn't the Democrats only mistake. At the end of the telethon, Charles T. Manatt, the party's chairma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1984

Wednesday, February 1,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 . <' / i - r V i f \ 1 ' i *, J V ; ! ■. % r < * * * I fr «i. .i * « * • i; r News Briefs C/.5. Tomcats buzz Beirut BEIRUT (AH)—U.S. warplancs flew over Beirut Tuesday to seek out the positions of militiamen who had shelled American Marines, while a spokesman for the Shiite militia said there were strict orders to avoid new clashes. Diplomatic activity intensified in the Syrian capital of Damascus, and there were reports officials were seeking ways to replace U.S. and other West- ern troops in Lebanon with U.N. peacekeeping forces. Pairs of M-14 Tomcat interceptors crisscrossed over Beirut at daybreak, midmorning and midday. Radio sta- tions reported no one fired at the jets. One Marine was killed and three others were wounded Monday in a bat- tle with anti-government Shiite. Shu/tz backs El Salvador SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP)—Secretary of State George Shultz said Tuesday that he was "proud to stand together" with the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1984

V Page 4—The North Texas Daily Lecture to explain Catholic viewpoint By LISA SMITH Daily Reporter The third lecture in a four-part series on the American Catholic Bishops' pas- toral letter on nuclear disarmament, "The Challenge of Peace," will be conducted by Dr. Bullitt Lowry of the history facul- ty at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Uni- versity Catholic Center. The lecture will include film strips, scriptural references and the letter, Bar- bara Furhmann, Catholic campus minister, said. The letter, Lowry said, was the result of several national _____________ and periodic meet- ings of Catholic bishops. Last May. after a vote 238 to 9. they issued a letter concerning the arms race and nuclear war. he said. "Specifically, the bishops' letter is a collection of teach- ings on what a good Catholic should be- lieve about nuclear war. That is, a good Catholic should be distressed about it. But he's not required to believe it, of course. It's just an in- struction generally," Lowry said. L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Wednesday, February 1, 1984 ► ♦ >> <- V p Y ♦ I' « r 1 • i a l * I ■' i,' • * t i •1. ♦ : 1 i t r I « « tc: Show exhibits functional art The Union Gallery will exhibit 30 ceramic pieces by Edleeca Thompson, Dallas graduate student, today through Feb. 8. The opening reception will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday in the Union Gallery and is free and open to the public. The ceramics on exhibit are functional pieces such as lidded jars, flower pots, plates, punch bowls and pitchers. Thompson said she has switched from doing sculp- tural works to making functional pieces to broaden her audience. She uses an experimental glaze made from bone ash and sea salt to give a grainier effect to her piece. On her sculptural pieces, Thompson uses the glaze on both the inside and the outside. However, on her functional pieces, she only uses the glaze on the outside. "My primary concern in this exhibition was to reveal a decoration comp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 February 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 6 Wednesday, February 1,1984 Arkansas State edges Eagles Lady Indians extend NT women's loss streak \ Photo by BETH STALLARD l&znton fox v I Vomzu A Private Clinic Specializing in Family Planning & Office Gynecology FREE PREGNANCY TESTING 383-2609 And Referrals available 1Q19 N. Elm HOT SHANDY in the RBL 9:00 pm - 12:00 Mid THURSDAY, February 2 $1.00 cover/NT ID required Legal age 19 Sponsored by UPC/RBL Committee By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer The NT women's basketball team dropped its record to 0-I3 overall and 0-3 in Southland Conference play with a 56-47 conference loss to the Arkansas State Lady Indians Monday in the Super Pit. NT Basketball ASU is 9-7 overall. NT's Isalene Jones scored 11 points as the Mean Green took a 15-9 lead with 11:25 left in the first half. The Eagles stretched the difference to 21-11 with eight minutes left until halftime and held on to lead 31-25 at the half. The Lady Indians outscored the Mean Green 21-6 in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

(■ vf f > f ► t !:• The North Texas Daily Thursday, February 2, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 66 Board expects growth Enrollment projections show increase By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer A report released by the Texas universi- ty system's Coordinating Board says enroll- ment for NT should increase to 21,668 in 1985, but an NT administrator said enroll- ment should increase to 23,140 by 1985. Dr. Charldean Newell, head of universi- ty planning, said Wednesday that her office is working on preliminary models of NT's short-term expected growth rates. She said until the study is finished, it is still a guess- ing game as to what NT must do to accom- modate the additional students. SHE SAID THE high growth rate of NT during the past few years is because of the growth of Metroplex. The Coordinating Board's 1985 projec- tion is a 26.2 percent increase over N T's 1980 enrollment figure of 17,158. John Cobb, director of financial planning studies for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

,;:xy • t ■ ■■ • jr • m \. ,> •/- Commentary The North Texas Daily Th m Page 2 Thursday, February 2, 1984 Editorials Malignant racism The disease called racism exists still. Dr. Martin Luther King was a pioneer in the field of anti-racist therapy. He dreamed of eradicating the disease through passive resistance and active communication. Like many pioneers battling an in- sidious disease, he died from the illness he fought to cure. Although he died for the disease, King provided a serum with which to fight the disease— understanding through com- munication. Racism still exits. That is why events like Black Em- phasis Month are so important. Communication was the therapy King prescribed and that is the purpose of Black Emphasis Month—to commu- nicate the culture, history, heritage and accomplishments of black Americans. Black Emphasis Month is not solcy for blacks. It pro- vides an opportunity for all ethnic and racial groups to Black Emphasis Month enjoy the art, literature, theat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

I. Thursday, February 2, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 f ♦ «■ ■> <- n -v. * i I i' i News Briefs Gramm's funds beat rivals' WASHINGTON (AP)—Rep. Phil Gramm raised more campaign mon- ey lasi year than his two opponents combined for the race for the U.S. Senate nomination in Texas, Senate reports revealed Wednesday. Gramm, whose switch from the Democratic to the Republican party a year ago attracted national attention, received more than three times as much money as his opponents from political action committees affiliated with special interest groups. Gramm had more than four times as much campaign money at the end of 1983 as his opponents. Rep. Ron Paul of Lake Jackson and Houston businessman Robert A. Mosbacher Jr. But Gramm spent less on campaign- ing last year than either Paul or Mos- bacher, who polls have indicated are the underdogs in the race. Churches to aid poor farmers DALLAS (AP)—Gov. Mark White persuaded Texas church leaders to col- leet a special offering to h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

W$P Page 4—The North Texas Daily i ' ■ 0 > Thursday, February 2,1984 • T-w M 1 ill 'The Man Who Came to Dinner' 1984 Gaylord-Hughes Production ■ j'r ' t/ Photos by Tommy Hultgren mm Maggie tells Sheridan about her love for Bert Jefferson * 4hH * SH> w %saep~4**■ * ' 'V ryf e~'.: v V,*' •• ^ ■< - Behind the scenes . . . i < kJ* m Professor Metz offers headphones to Sheridan so he can hear the mating calls of roaches i I * § $ ^ 4 -V, •" **i' 'K **s? -feW # j Ft' •- *, Hi® ?> nS" ■* kSa . WV 14 !|!l W * - LI v I- 4 I * i- *. I? \ v V Maggie, with Dr. Bradley, waits for her cue in Act II d Stage manager Mike Winkelman gives light and Banjo grabs Sarah for a dance Miss Preen informs Sheridan she is leaving him • « • , I p i < sound cues M • * I > sA

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

J J I ^ 1- I g 4" ' iiJ • • • ♦ • • • • • 1 * t * I * i . i i • „ i ♦ Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Thursday, February 2,1984 Gaylord-Hughes comedy production opens today Professionals, students provide laughter while raising funds for drama scholarships By TONYA McMURRAY Staff Writer li Tuesday's dress rehearsal is any indication, the George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart comedy "The Man Who Came To Dinner" will be a success. The play, which is this year's Gaylord-Hughes Drama Scholarship production, opens at S p.m. today at the University Theater in the Speech Building. Tickets for tonight and Friday ate $3.50 for students, faculty and staff members with IDs. and $4.51) for the general public. Tickets are $3.50 for children and senior citizens. The story revolves around Sheridan Whiteside, played by Tom Hughes, a famous critic and radio personality, who has come to Masalia. Ohio, to speak at a ladies' club luncheon. While in Masalia. Whiteside has an accident and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Thursday, February 2,1984 New TV series seeks good-looking coeds Producers place ads in more than 200 college newspapers nationwide By MA'L.ISA YOST Daily Reporter "Wanted: Good-looking coeds to appear in female roles in a new TV series: 'Legmen.' Send color or black-and-white photo along with name, address and phone number to: Legmen, c/o Universal Television . . II' you were intrigued by this advertisement that appeared Jan. 19 in The NT Daily, you are one of many. Universal Television has already received 400-500 responses to the ad. The producers of 'Legmen,' an hour-long, comedy-detective scries that airs at 7 p.m. Fri- days on NBC. placed the national casting call ad in more than 200 college newspapers around the country. Nelson Muchc of the College Media Place- ment Service said the producers wanted an ad so they could maintain a fresh supply of female faces for the weekly series. The placement service, located in Hollywood, created the ad and pla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

Thursday, February 2,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 2 < > i ►> J k •I ► * 1 ( Biology chairman travels to Chile to study gray gull Agreement with South American countries aids research effort By JERRY BOULWARE Daily Reporter Many NT commuters think they've got a long way to commute every morning, but the South American gray gull has them beat, and by a considerable margin. While commuters from Dallas or Fort Worth might drive 60 miles round trip to and from classes, the gray gull flies a daily round trip of 112 miles to feed itself and its young. Dr. Lloyd Fitzpatrick, chairman of the NT biology department, has been studying the gulls for years. He will be doing a major study on the birds during December and January, 1984-85. Fitzpatrick said NT has a formal agreement with five South American countries to do sci- entific research. Most of the research he has done has been in Chile, the location of the summer nesting sites of the gray gull. Fitzpatrick made his first stud...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 February 1984

mmmmm Photo by ANNE SMITH The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, February 2,1984 Nelson tentatively recruits 20 high school seniors for NT MAKING A SPLASH—Players from Risky Bus- inne' lube water polo in the PE Building pool, iness and Alpha Delta Pi compete in intramural Risky Business won, 16-1. Cagers take on Louisiana teams The Mean Green, tied for fourth place in the South- land Conference with a 2-2 conference record, plays the second-place Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at 7:35 p.m. tonight in the Super Pit. Louisiana Tech, 3-1, is led by Karl Malone, who is the fourth-leading scorer and the third leading rebounder in the SLC. "Louisiana Tech is such a good team, if you con- centrate on one player, the rest of the players can establish career highs," NT basketball head coach Tommy Newman said. The Eagles have not been shooting well lately, Newman said, but the offense has improved since the beginning of the season. The women take on Southeast Louisiana at 5:15 p.m. tonight in the Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1984

' 0 " \ % V V > ► •i t 71 ,< • 4 !■ It , K :f J, *} Jj •i -I The North Texas Daily Friday, February 3, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 67 NT collects $68,289 of phonothon pledges By DENISE KOHN Staff Writer The Advancement Center has received $68,289 of the $112,967 pledged during the NT Phonothon last fall. Jay Brunei', advancement associate and phonothon co- ordinator. said Thursday. "Almost all of the money is undesignated, so it goes into an account for the president's (Al Hurley) discretionary use," lie said. "Approximately 60 percent of the pledg- es have been paid, which is the same or slightly better than what was collected last year. We've received twice as much cash as we did before." Last year, NT received $35,000 in cash from pledges totaling $52,900. Bruner said the national average of mon- ey collected from phonothon pledges is 70-80 percent. "All of our advancement efforts tend to be lower than the national average. As far as NT ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1984

• • •- • The North Texas Daily Friday, February 3, 1984 Editorials Smell the roses Stop and smell the roses. The youth of the '60s used this now-trite maxim to stress their hopes for the enjoyment of the simple, human things in life. Some lived in communes to discover the joys of other human beings. Although the saying is trite, it still reflects a warning for the American people, who live in a competitive, indi- vidualistic society that demands success. This individualism, so much a part of American history, keeps Americans trapped in their own hermetically sealed worlds. A man drives home from work, activates his garage door opener, drives into his garage and never Sees his neighbors. Perhaps he has never seen his neighbors. He lives in his own house, in his own neighborhood and needs no one but himself. That is, unless his house burns down, and the neigh- bors rush to his assistance. Or if his wife dies, and a family down the street brings him a casserole, cake and fruit salad. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1984

Forum The North Texas Daily Page 3 Friday, February 3, 1984 * 4 Rob Graham By ROB GRAHAM / Greeks have more to offer than just beer From the kind of response the Inter- fraternity Council is getting from the experi- mental dry rush policy, you would think that we had just dealt the greek system at NT the final hand. With the dry rush policy, IPC was look- ing to take the emphasis off alcoholic con- sumption at rush parties and replace it with responsible recruitment. First of all. it is important to note that rush is a period at the beginning of each long semster where fraternities are out to spotlight their attributes. These attributes include encouraging academic development, community and university service, intramu- ral participation, campus leadership and so on. The most important aspect of greek life is brotherhood. Fraternities provide an atmo- sphere such as one you might find at home. Brothers know that they can count on one another during good times and bad. Broth- erhood ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 February 1984

5? ' ' • " Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, February 3,1984 Teens judge peers Court assesses punishments ODESSA (AP)—Bret Goodwin is no ordinary lawyer. He has no law degree or license to practice. But when the 15-year-old high school sophomore stands before a jury arguing for a lenient sentence for his client, he fits right in since the jurors are high school students also. Goodwin is one of more than 125 teen- agers who voluntarily participate in Odessa's four-month-old Teen Court. Modeled after similar nationwide pro- grams, Odessa's Teen Court follows the theory that "if we allow young people to be responsible for their own actions, they will live up to our expectations," said Natalie Rothstein, court coordinator. It also provides youth offenders with a way to keep their records clean. The court docs not decide innocence or guilt. It only assesses punishment for teen-agers who plead guilty to traffic vio- lations or certain misdemeanor charges and opt to be sentenced in Teen...

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