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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1984

I Wednesday, February 15,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 - i . i < 1 4 • I ► I I I * \ 4 •% * I ; ' < .1 i t «" ♦ I • 1 ' I ^ ■ > * ( j I ♦ t ' # I News Briefs Argentina learns brutal truth BUliNOS AIRliS, Argentina (AP)— Argentines only now are learning in detail about the repression they lived with in the late 1970s, a dark time whose brutalities were shielded by cen- sorship. In seven years of military govern- ment that ended in December, Argen- tine television aired nothing critical of the ruling generals. There are 10,000 documented cas- es of Argentines who vanished after being arrested in the years following the 1976 military takeover, said author Ernesto Sabato, who heads a commis- sion named by Argentina's new, dem- ocratically elected president. Raul Alfonsin. The commission investigates the fate of the desaparecidos—the dis- appeared ones. Son thinks father still lives HOUSTON (AP)—Abductors pro- bably won't kill Frank Reiger, an American professor who was kid-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1984

s Page 4—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, February 15,1984 Recruits risk dangers Mother of former cult member speaks By SUSAN STAGGS Daily Reporter The destructive nature of cults will be the topic of a lecture by Hope Evans of the Cult Awareness Coun- cil at 7:30 p.m. today in the University Ministry Center. Hvans will talk about how cults recruit and main- tain their members. She said she will list warning signs that show if someone may be getting involved with a cult. Evans became a member of the Cult Awareness Council, a non-profit organization designed to pro- vide information on the dangers of cults, after her daughter entered a nomadic cult. "Until you see it, it's hard to believe," she said. "We saw and spoke to our daughter about a year after she disappeared, and she had undergone a 180- degree change in her attitudes toward family and friends." COLLEGE CAMPUSES are fertile ground for cult recruiters, she said. "College students are searching for friendship—for intelligent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1984

L- • BU « '• i; * ♦ t * 1 i r< • : > j 4 I * - I > K > ' 1 ' I - I ' * J "M\ ■ * \ f i i I < | f t I I Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Wednesday, February 15, 1984 Costumes enhance actors' roles, set stage for 'Othello' By CATHY S1GALOS Daily Reporter Costuming in any theatrical production is a major factor in setting the tone for the perfor- mance. And in many instances, costumes can make or break a show, said Nancy Pickering, faculty director of costumes. Pickering, designer of the costumes for the NT production "Othello" in early March, said the play takes place during the Italian Renais- sance in about 1520. MANY FACTORS ARE considered when designing a costume, Pickering said. The first step for any designer is to research the play. It is important that each character, the period, the location, the social status, ethnic origins and the time of year be researched thoroughly, she said. In "Othello" there is an intricately designed handkerchief ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 February 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Wednesday, February 15,1984 Page 6 if s S,WP ■ft , . ,<;p & ■ rmm, MJf' - ' a-r• JSca#.^ _.r. V«5> / *.) % 35VftHv*„ . -> : •' I** Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN LOOK MA, NO HORSES—Carol Babin, Saginaw intramural water polo team, passes the ball in junior and member of the Crumley Dead Weights Monday's game against Denise Reed, Waco junior. Investors to finance games By DONALD KYLE Daily Reporter The 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles will he the first Olympics to be completely financed by private corporations, Herb Sherrow, planning manager of Atlan- tic Richfield Co., said last week. Sherrow spoke to a meeting of the Busby-Starr chap- ter of the Public Relations Student Society of America last Wednesday. Arco is one of 30 corporate sponsors that will pro- vide facilities and funding for the games, he said. The city of Los Angeles, Sherrow said, was unable to pay the estimated $500 million cost for the games, nd so corporate sponsors were sought....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1984

> V w The North Texas Daily Thursday, February 16, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 74 '£1 'IfaiSte .;/*■ ■ ; Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK—Mike Shrum recaulks the outside walls of Wil- lis Library as Herman Custard looks on. Shrum, photographed from below, chips out the old caulking and refills the cracks, which are then covered with sand. He works for Frontier Waterproofing of Denton Programs ask for $410,589 to fund sports Group receives approval for loan to build complex The loan arrangements for the Shera- ton North Texas Hotel and Conference Center were approved Tuesday, said Fred Pole, vice president for administrative affairs. The center will be built on the NT Golf Course. The loan for the Sumner, Greener, Fussell Group of Dallas, which is the development company for the center, was approved by Richardson Savings and Loan. Greg Collins of Greener and Sumner Construction Co. said ground will be cleared so construction can beg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, February 16, 1984 J 0 -d s 4 • * Editorials Liberal blacklist Charity, it is said, begins at home. However, censor- ship apparently begins abroad. Since President Ronald Reagan camc to power three years ago, U.S. Information Agency officials have exclud- ed 84 Democrats and liberals from speaking engagements abroad sponsored by the agency's American Participation Program. The agency, which is sup- posed to be non-partisan, pro- vides speaking fees and travel expenses for speakers at agency offices in other countries. During the Reagan adminstra- tion, these speakers have all been Republicans. Journalists, Democrats and others who agency officials considered ideologically un- fit to represent the United States abroad, or who the officials just plain didn't like, have been blacklisted. The potential speakers were blacklisted though many of them were suggested by agency staff members or were requested to speak by the agency's offices ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1984

J $ w \ • ♦ J - J t y r (I r n i < II v < (/ . i J l> ; Thursday, February 16,1984 News Briefs Mourning period for Andropov ends MOSCOW (AP)—The black-trimmed flags were gone Wednesday and so were the portraits of Yuri Andropov that had been displayed all over Mos- cow for months. Billboards that once bore An- dropov's quotations were covered over with fresh slogans. The official period of mourning for Andropov began Friday, the day his death was announced, and ended Tuesday, when the late Communist Party leader was buried in Red Square in a funeral pro- cession led by his successor, Konstantin Chemenko. Officials and the state-run media continue to extoll Andropov's accomplishments during his 15 months in power. But life rapidly returned to nor- mal following the state funeral and the installa- tion of a new man atop the Kremlin hierarchy. By late Tuesday night, work crews had fanned out through the city and removed all of the black- and-red (lags that had been displayed w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Thursday, February 16, 1984 1984 marks 500th year since Zwingli's birth Swiss reformer broke with Catholic church before the posting of 95 theses By DENISE KOHN Staff Writer The celebrations in 1983 marking the 500th year since the birth of Martin Luther have over- shadowed the commemeration of the birth of his contemporary, Ulrich Zwingli. Zwingli, (1484-1531), was the first in Swit- zerland to break with the Roman Catholic Church and begin the Protestant reform move- ment. In I5I6, one year before Luther nailed up his 95 Theses, Zwingli had already de- nounced idolotry and the sale of indulgences. Zwingli and Luther had many of the same ideas, but they aiso differed on many points, said Dr. William Painter of the history depart- ment. "Zwingli was independent ' r Luther and had a different background." Luther based his religion upon personal revelations. Painter said. As a young man, Luther fell down and cut one of the main arter- ies in his leg. He cr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1984

i r ■ r . . > ' l • / « * > • ^ k * * * .* • 4 ' I i * VJi. f~ % * •> r ^ S r i •' vt Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Thursday, February 16, 1984 1 ; \ NT sparks Murphey's musical choice Singer, alumnus performs Valentine concert at TWU rriotu uy lUMMY MULlUHtN Singer Michael Murphey reads a Valentine By RUSSELL ROE Staff Writer Michael Murphey, who attended NT from 1964 to 1966, said Tuesday that NT was the catalyst'that made him really interested in performing country music. He performed a Valentine's Day concert at Texas Woman's University. Murphey, a speech and drama major at NT, paid his way through school by playing music at clubs, he said. He played at Denton and Dallas clubs, and on weekends he would sometimes hitchhike to other southwestern cities to play at clubs and return to school on Monday. "I decided if this was the way I was paying for school, it ought to be my profession," he said. MURPHEY SPECIALIZED IN in debate but became disenchant...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 February 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, February 16,1984 Mean Green sluggers win double-header Bv HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer Roosevelt Loud batted in four runs to drive the NT baseball team to an 11-1 victory over Eastiield Community College in the first game of a two-game scrimmage Tuesday. The Mean Green won 3-1 in the second game behind the pitching of Bill Brennan and Chris Lowery. Coach Phil Price, who said Saturday the team's weakness was hitting, said, "They came to life, all right. Their hitting looked better in those games." The Eagles were sparked by a 6-run third inning in the first game. Loud, a designated hitter, hit a 3-run homer, then third baseman Brad Lang drove in Trent Jewett on a double. Chris Timmons drove in a run and scored on a double to right field by Loud. Price was pleased with Loud's four RBls. "If he has any luck at all, he'll do real well this year. He could be one of the top home run hitters in the nation." Kick Woodward started the game arid pitched thr...

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

«■ ♦ V if V I ' V u V 4. i. V c >• w V . The North Texas Daily Friday, February 17, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 75 . V s <ZJ '/&*■% « * • ... -V," £ .. «r* .>nc; . - -«■ * mn * - •' --.r w ' * Pholo by BETH bTALLARO WARM RECEPTION—Scott Sokoloff, Philadelphia throw a football by the Business Administration sophomore, left, and Mosley Robert, Jasper senior, Building. Vandergriff analyzes policy Representative speaks on Chernenko, Lebanon Konstantin Chernenko is seen to be more moderate than previous Soviet leaders, said Kep. Tom Vandergriff, D-Arlington. He spoke Thursday at political awareness program sponsored by the .student Association. Vandergriff said many people have asked him this week how Yuri Andropov's death and Chernenko's ascension to leader of the Communist Party will affect relations between the Soviet Union and the United States. "It's difficult to know. I can't pretend to an expert." He said the relationship between the...

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

BWB3W ■ ' *■ ' ' ' ' ommentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, February 17, 1984 Editorials Plato on credit Learn now, pay later. That concept has resulted in college educations for many Americans who wouldn't have had the opportunity other- wise. A college education is one of the most valuable things a person may possess; student loans have helped provide hundreds of thousands students with the money necessary for a quality education. But the Reagan administration doesn't seem too wild about the concept. Reagan's undersecretary of education has discouraged raising the limits a student may borrow or lengthening his time to repay the loan. Undersecretary Gary L. Jones said Tuesday that today's students will be unable to send their children off to school because they will still be struggling with unpaid student loans. Jones' reasoning is almost, but not quite, laughable. The $12,5(K) ceiling for an undergraduate loan certainly isn't an excessive amount considering today's bloated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1984

4 V ♦ < i i . • Forum The North Texas Daily Page 3 Friday, February 17, 1984 * ll t V * I ♦ 1I t f 1 Lillian German /What are you doing for Black Emphasis Month? On Feb. 4, the committee on Black Emphasis Month hosted the Second An- nual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Brunch. A total of 45 people attended, of which 35 were black students. Did someone say $6.50 was too high a price to pay? Thank goodness Dr. King never once thought about the high price he was paying—which eventually included his life—for the improvement of life for so many people. And then there was the movie, "Say Amen, Somebody." If there had been no other program planned for Black Em- phasis Month, this movie would have been sufficient. Extremely moving and emotional, it documented the great strug- gle to make gos- pel music an ac- cepted part of the church. And what two factors have influenced black Americans' lives since slavery more than their music and their religion? Contemplate the oF Negro slave working...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, February 17,1984 Political scientist condemns Reagan's Lebanon policy President steals Democrats' thunder by withdrawing troops to ships By N ARTNITTHA JIRARA Y APONG Daily Reporter Whether President Ronald Reagan's handling of the Lebanon issue becomes a political liablility depends on the tim- ing of Democratic attacks. Dr. Stanley Thames of the political science depart- ment said. "The president has taken the issue away from the Democrats," he said. "I think he certainly helped himself in the short-run in the American public opinion. "But whether it will remain support- ive of the president's re-election depends on time and how the Democrats react to Reagan's handling of Lebanon," Thames said. Six candidates for the Democrats presi- dential nomination commended Reagan's decision in early February to withdraw the Marines to ships off the Lebanese coast, but they said the withdrawal was too late. Democrats argue that Reagan should not have deplo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1984

«<I- ♦ Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Friday, February 17, 1984 \. *yr < I I / tw _ I < I • -> ■yt ■ *> : r Show to feature 1930s culture Fashions represent contrasts of Depression By TAMMY THEIS Special Writer Destitute, old women sold apples on street corners while Shirley Temple tap danced her way into the hearts of Americans. Frank- lin D. Roosevelt wrenched America out of the Depression while the threat of war became increasingly ominous. This was the 1930s, a decade of contrasts, which is the theme of a major exhibit open- ing Monday in the University Art Gallery. "Fashions from the '30s will be the focus of the exhibit," said Betty Mattil, exhibit coordinator, "although the exhibit also fea- tures a slide presentation focusing on politi- cal and social aspects of the '30s." Taped music, furniture, a '31 Ford Road- ster with rumble seat, photographs from the Amon Carter Museum and paintings from the Dallas Museum of Art will be featured. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily FA;. '■* .. :•? Friday, February 17,1984 Shelter counsels victims, turns others away Denton County Friends of the Family provides home for the abused By JERRY BOULWARE Daily Reporter Denton County Friends of the Family has provided shelter to many women, chil- dren and men who have been abused by family members, but has denied shelter to many others because of lack of space. Fran Danis, executive director of the organization, said, "I think it's signifi- cant thai while we served 271 people, 159 were turned away due to lack of Social workers protect children By SUSAN RIGGS Daily Reporter The main job of social workers who counsel child abusers and their victims is to "make sure the kids are safe." social worker Linda W. Vanderwoud said to the Student Social Work Association last week. Vanderwoud is employed as one of three workers in Child Protective Servic- es at the Texas Department of Human Resources in Fort Worth. She told (he group the investigators...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1984

♦ - n- ♦ c * * Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, February 17, 1984 8 ? ' % I * r 4- V V 1r V (#r . ► : j < ♦ J J . 4 < ♦ j 4 ' < J , 4 « ^ > W t ' -* 4 fr * k I "S I I % " r \ I • r i c i : \ . W 1 '4 I Thinclads to compete in final meet The NT men's track team will compete in the final indoor meet of the season at the Southland Conference Indoor Championships this weekend at the Monroe Civ- ic Center Track in Monroe, La. Competing in the field events for NT arc Greg Clark in the pole vault and Greg Dunn in the high jump. Head coach Ken Garland said Clark will try for the NT record of 15 feet, 6 inches. His best jump is 15-3, which puts him fifth in the SLC. Ron Wakefield, Troy Harris and Rich Brown will represent NT in the two-mile run. Wakefield leads the SLC with a time of 9 minutes 3.5 seconds. Garland said, "Anytime you fire the gun, he'll (Wakefield) do well." Matthew Boit will run the l.(XX)-yard in his last meet for NT. He is not eligible for the outdoo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 February 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Friday, February 17,1984 ASU Indians' coach fouls out, to sit in stands during game By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The men's basketball team plays the Arkansas State University Indians Saturday at Jonesboro, Ark., but ASU coach Marvin Adams will be in the stands instead of on the court. Adams was suspended for a game because of com- ments he made about Southland Conference officials. He criticized the officials before the Feb. 9 game against Lamar and the SLC suspended him from the NT game. Assistant coach Nelson Catalina will sub- stitute for Adams. Adams told reporters that the officials at the Feb. 9 Lamar game were intimidated by the large, noisy crowd. The officials, he said, made some question- able calls. Arkansas State sports information director Jerry Schacffer said Adams' intent "was to draw a good crowd for the Lamar game and get them worked up. There's no precedent in the SLC for punishment quite this severe. He apologized and was reprimanded p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 February 1984

r The North Texas Daily Tuesday, February 21,1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 76 - 4 Sk-irtS . «' ft. r ' • Hfc J Photo by TOMMY HUtTGREN DON'T STAND-ZA ME UP—Geoffrey Simon, conductor of the NT Symphony Orchestra directs the orchestra during a concert for children and senior citizens. It was a preview of the symphony's concert at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in the Concert Hall. Bicycle path receives traffic group support Seminar to study curriculum By TONYA KNIGHT Daily Reporter A colloquium on proposed revisions to the core curriculum of the College of Arts and Sciences will be from 8:50 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the University Union Lyceum. The colloquium is titled " The Idea of a University and General Education." Speak- ers will discuss their reflections on what a university should be. Dr. Richard Owsley, chairman of the Task Force on the Core Curriculum and member of the philosophy faculty, said improvements to the College of Arts and Sciences core cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 February 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, February 21, 1984 I < Editorials Just a tiny explosion But it was just a liny nuclear explosion . . . Scientists in Nevada can't explain why a chunk of Raincr Mesa collapsed after they detonated a 20-kiloton nuclear bomb 1,000 feet below it last week. The explosion, equal- ing in intensity the blast that destroyed Hiroshima and killed 130,000 people, was con- sidered by a U.S. Department of Energy spokesman to be "very small." Thirteen test site workers were injured when a not-so- small 60- by 150-foot piece of Rainer Mesa caved in, dropping 10 to 30 feet and swallowing several trailers. The bomb exploded with the force of 20,000 tons of TNT in a sealed chamber about the size of an extra-long garage. Three hours later the mountain came tumbling down, shaking workers off their feet, off ladders and out of trailers. Another spokesman for the energy department said they have no idea what caused the mountain quake but that they would o...

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