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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, March 6,1984 Faculty members present Shakespeare lecture today Philosophy club to view excerpts from drama division's production of 'Othello' By SHELLY ANSBACH Daily Reporter Drs. Donna Clevinger of the drama division and Eugene Wright of the English department will lecture on Wil- liam Shakespeare's "Othello" for the philosophy club at 4 p.m. today in Gen- eral Academic Building 105. Excerpts from the NT drama divi- sion's presentation of "Othello" will be performed at the lecture. Wright will speak on the textual inter- pretation of "Othello." He said the play is the ultimate Shakespearean tragedy. "Because of the tragic (low of events brought about by the villian lago, the play ends with two tragic deaths," Wright said, lago is the greatest imper- sonation of evil in Shakespeare's plays, he said. "Othello, the tragic hero, was a good man—a Moorish general—with an over- powering interest in the concept of justice," he ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1984

ISfiPP! Bpil§fP^ Page 6—The North Texas Daily Rpi Tuesday, March 6,1984 Union serves NT students' needs Building becomes the place to meet friends, relax, eat Photo by BETH STALLARD Greek Square By PAM THORNE Special Writer The University Union is celebrating its eighth birth- day today. Originally, the building was the campus Army ser- vice center. Then, in 1964 the building became the Student Union Building. It remained the "SUB" until 1976 when it was renovated into University Union. "Students 'hang out' in the University Union, because it's convenient and they can meet their friends there," said Barbara Jungjohan, associate dean of students. She said the Union is a built-in attraction on campus. "Students use it because of the postal service, food service, University Store, etc." Student servic- es are also in the Union. "OUR OBJECTIVE IS for the students to use the Union services," she said. "The university tries fo find out what students need, and then we try to provide servic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1984

Sports : Kll S""- Vjrj* t I The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, March 6,1984 v . i<■ 11 • <■ - i \ 4 i \ - it - ' I: I M Photo by BETH STALLARD Rodney Belcher passes during Thursday's game 11 AM to 6 PM Tues- Sat Hand Carved Hair By Von Walling Styling Shop 1109 West Oak 566-1668 SOUTH PADRE ISLAND For Rent March 18th thru 24th New, large trailer sleeps 4, Indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, tennis, etc. In RV park across causway $350 per week $150 deposit CALL 512-423-0989 Traditional Men's Clothing Store Looking for salesman with some retail experience. Apply in person between 3-6 p.m. at JT Clothiers 609 Sunset 387-0761 WHO ME, AN R.A.? Application packets for Resident Assistant positions for Fall '84 will be distributed at either of the following mandatory meetings Wednesday March 7th or Thursday March 8th 7:30 p.m. in Union Bldg. Room 410 presents Justino Diaz, Bass March 6, 1984 Concert Hall Music Building 8:15 p.m. Mean Green to play Louisiana Tech in first round of SLC ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 March 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily a V'1 Tuesday, March 6,1984 Hoopsters finish ■ dismal season, 2-23 By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The women's basketball team succumbed to fatigue and bad shooting as they lost three games in three days. The Eagles lost to the University of Southwesl Louisiana 89-69 Thursday, to Mississippi College 86-65 Friday and to 14th-ranked Northeast Louisi- ana University 83-49 Saturday. NLU and USL are first and second in Southland Conference women's basketball standings. NT's record dropped to 2-23. The NLU game was forward lsalene Jones' last home game in her college career. She is NT's all- time leading woman scorer. With one more game to go, she has 1,663 career points. She was given ros- es and a plaque before the game The score might not indicate it. but the Eagles played their best game of the weekend against the Northeast Louisiana Lady Indians, especially in the first hall. With 5:40 left in the first half, the Eagles were behind by only 4 points, 28-24. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1984

« J , Vs®. > jf « The North Texas Daily Wednesday, March 7, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 85 <1 \ r I v f I <1 v FjP , r 1 •) ) . I i I i 1 Students to consider electoral reorganization By STEFAN I GAMMAGE Staff Writer The proposed electoral reorganization amendment to he considered hy students today and Thursday would unify the Stu- dent Association if it is passed hy students, Lee Ann Woods, SA president, said Tues- day. Ballot hoxes will he located outside the University Store and in Wooten Hall from H a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Thursday and outside the Willis Library from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday. The proposal must he passed hy a majori- ty of voting students and then it will become an amendment to the SA Constitution. The electoral amendment proposes repre- sentation through NT's colleges and schools and includes at-large representatives. One representative would be elected for every 750 students in a college or school, and candidates wo...

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

omm The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, March 7, 1984 Editorials Better than nothing Faster than a speeding locomotive. The Student Association president called a special elec- tion for today and Thursday for a proposed electoral reor- ganization amendment that was railroaded through the assembly Feb. 8. This week's election came as a big sur- prise to many SA members. Lee Ann Woods decided to call the special election without consulting assembly members. According to the SA Constitution, she doesn't need to. Or does she? The full-of-holes constitution doesn't directly give on SA president the right to call a special elec- tion, but it doesn't prohibit a president from doing so. Besides this legality question, the passage of the bill under emergency legislation status also raises eyebrows. Again, the SA constitution confusingly makes a statement about emergency legislation, not exactly giving an SA president the right to present a 2-hour-oid bill be- fore the assembly. Despite t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1984

Wednesday, March 7,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 v I 11 News Briefs Slow response prompts suit DALLAS (AP)—A man who plead- ed over the telephone for the Fire Department to send an ambulance for his stepmother is seeking $300,000 in damages because a nurse admon- ished him for cursing and demanded to speak to the woman, who died before help arrived. Eight minutes elapsed before an ambulance was dispatched, and the woman, 60-year-old Lillian Boff, was pronounced dead by paramedics at her home, officials said. Ambulances arc normally dispatched about 60 to 90 seconds after calls are received, department officials said. Protester to attend dinner ROCKWALL (AP)—The guard- ian of a teen-ager whipped by a for- mer sheriff said Tuesday she will risk arrest or attack arid attend an apprecia- tion dinner schcdu.ed four days before the start of the former official's pris- on term. "I'm 42 years old, a little old fat lady that doesn't know how to do any- thing like protesting," said Martha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1984

recasts; Page 4—The North Texas Daily 1 «wir ■ f KiES Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN WALKING AHEAD—Victor Malloy, Dallas freshman, break dances to the tune of "Burning Down the House" by the Talking Heads. Malloy was at- tending the Maple Hall Birthday Dance Saturday night. Campaign speeches fail to sway American voters By LAWANA HARRELL Daily Reporter Most American voters are not swayed by campaign speeches despite all the media attention and millions of dollars spent on such efforts, according to re- search by Dr. William DeMougeot of tne interpersonal and public communica- tion faculty. DeMougeot analyzed earlier research on the effects of campaign speeches on voting. His analysis showed campaign speeches greatest value is their effective- ness at turning out a crucial margin of voter support on election day. A paper on DeMougeot's research was presented last week by another faculty member, Dr. John Gossett, as part of a colloquiem series sponsored by the divi- sion of interpersonal and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1984

-A Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Wednesday, March 7,1984 <2 - t j I . * i - t | .. ♦ ♦ M. ' i- i) , | 4 I - / I > I .. . ( • * * AV > V * ' i * Photo by BETH STALLARD BOY, OH BOY GEORGE—George Clements, a member of the Senior Citi- zens Kitchen Utensil Band, plays the piano in the Union. The band was performing for Union Day, which was Tuesday. Bard's 'Othello' opens at 8 tonight Shakespeare tragedy deals with various emotional elements By TONYA McMURRAY Staff Writer William Shakespeare's "Othello" deals with uni- versal and timeless themes: love, manipulation, pas- sion and jealously. "Othello" opens at 8 p.m. today and continues through Saturday in the University Theater. Tickets are $3 for students, children and senior citizens; $4 for the general public and $2.50 for groups of 10 or more. Dr. Donna Clevinger of the drama faculty is the producer of this ycai's production. This is the first time Clevinger has directed a Shakespearean produc- tion a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily ii Wednesday, March 7,1984 Peppy" salesman delivers smiles with canned laughter . , v «, . ... y. ■ , — Paul Godi says he can get a smile out of nine of every 10 people he greets Photo by AMBER SMITH Paul Godi in his Dr Pepper truck By AMBER SMITH Special Writer The man is seen all over campus wheeling his dolly about and "pepping" people up. He wears a dark red cap and matching pants, a dark red-and- white striped shirt, and a grin stretching beneath a full brown mustache. "Where's your smile at?" he asks frequently, add- ing a grin and saying, "Ah, there it is!" Paul Godi, a Dr Pepper deliveryman, claims he can force a smile out of nine of every 10 people he greets each morning as he makes his rounds on campus. "It's a pleasure because the students are so nice to me," Godi said. "And when people treat you nice, how can you be mean?" Each day, "The Dr Pepper Man," a., iodi is known by many students, says hello to as many a" 'Ml people, he said.. "1 wish...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, March 7, 1984 I i I - / v 1 > ' IT 2 Flag gridder garners Ail-American honor By TIM FOOKS Daily Reporter For as long as he can remember, Everett Truitt, (lag lootball All-American from NT, has been involved in athletics. Truitt, who last December led the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity to the National Flag Football Championships in New Orleans where he was named Defensive All-American, began his foot- ball career in the third grade. lie then participated in YMCA and junior high athletics. By the time he entered high school, he was playing football, soccer, baseball and was run- ning track. On the football team at W.T White High School in Dallas, Truitt played offense, defense and on the specialty teams. He lettered two years and A as named to the all-district second team his senior year. Truitt was recruited in 1981 to play wide receiv- er for NT by Eagle head coach Jerry Moore. ' It was hard for me to get excited my fresh- man year," he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 March 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily ^JJpP -j* ■ H11p'fah't- Wednesday, March 7,1984 Nelson schedules one less football game in '84 By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The NT football team is scheduled to play 10 games, including three home games, in the 1984 season. NT, which went 8-3 last year in the regular season, usually plays 11 games a year. Nelson said he tried to schedule a game with West Texas State, but the deal fell through. NT wanted to play West Texas at Fouts Field, but West Texas wanted to play at Canyon. "We told them if they played us here this year we would reciprocate in the future," Nel- son said. "They wouldn't tell us yes or no. They kept stringing us along until it was too late. When they said no, it was too late to get anyone else. Three games will be played at Fouts Field: McNeese State, Southwest Texas State and Northeast Louisiana. The game against SWT is not a Southland Conference game; the oth- er two are conference games. Coach Corky Nelson said he is pleased with th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1984

f. fc t V V V • II V (. ( tlf f V «< il e North Texas Daily Thursday, March 8, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 86 Perot blasts state board, praises NT education Official discusses By BRENT LINKER Staff Writer Ross Perot, head of the 21-member Select Com- mittee on Public Education, praised NT's School of Education Wednesday lor providing a revolutionary new atmosphere for pub- lic education. "NT is building a de- partment of education that is something to be proud of," Perot said. "Nobody has impressed our commit- tee as much as (education) Dean (James) Muro." Perot, speaking in the University Union Lyceum at the NT regional school board workshop, criticized the Texas State Board of Education for failing to maintain an effective public school system. "The buck has to stop somewhere," Perot said, "and in this case it stops at the state board. At the state level, no one has the courage to straighten it out. The leadership vacuum that has existed must ...

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

Commentary Editorials Thanks, Regents The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, Ma*ch 8, 1984 Call it tough love. The NT Board of Regents approved two measures nec- essary for the improvement of NT as a university. First, the board approved raising the minimum scores an applicant must earn on the Scholastic Aptitude Test or the American College Test to be accepted to NT. The second measure the board approved was an increase in the student service fee paid by students at registration. The fee was raised from $4.50 a semester hour, for a maximum of 12 hours, to $6. The increased admission requirements will become effec- tive fall 1985, and the student service fee increase will become effective in fall 1984. At present, NT does not require a minimum score on either test for high school students in the top quarter of their classes. Under current standards, students in the second highest quarter of their graduating classes must score at least a 700 on the SAT or an IS on the ACT. Students i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1984

Thursday, March 8, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 . • i i *i I \ ■ I ll t I • {' News Briefs Hart takes aim at Texas delegates AUSTIN (AP)—After three straight victories over Walter Mondale, Sen. Gary Hart stands a chance of winning a majority of the 200 Texas delegates to the Democratic National Convention, Hart's Texas chairman said Wednesday. But Mondale backers weren't so sure. "People in Texas are responding to Hart the way they are in the rest of the country. I think we'll win a significant number of delegates— perhaps the majority," said Rep. Martin Frost. But Bob Sagle, Texas Democratic Party chair- man and Mondale supporter, disagreed. "I really don't think Texas is going to let Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine dictate our politics to us." Baylor doctors to receive damages HOUSTON (AP)—A federal judge has ordered Baylor College of Medicine to drop its rule bar- ring Jewish doctors from heart surgery teams trav- eling to Saudi Arabia and awarded two physicians more than $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1984

I *.' : '■ I Page 4—The North Texas Daily psoras®V I \ r: *■ Wmmm f:f ■ l, mm M '; • • • i I Thursday, March 8,1984 _ 12 FL. ' Wmb, iltlll * Kill lilfi 1 . \ X I ^ I L — i ; - . f- I j i I i v BRE es * ■' M MM ' I 1 5 Canada's Bear of Beers is here! Down from the North Woods of Canada comes Grizzly Beer. Not just another Canadian beer, but a rare breed of brew. An authentic Canadian lager—naturally aged, so it's remarkably smooth. With a flavor no other Canadian beer can stand up to. The bear of beers is here! CANADA'S BEAR OF BEERS Imported by Van Munching & Co., Inc., New York, N.Y. x i" I J i , T - - < I . ' " I v * t I «

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1984

Thursday, March 8,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 ^ - I' ' i • - t « « • « • ' ' 4 >-VJ Photo by ANNE SMITH TABLE MANNERS?—Paul Bielss, Irving freshman, juggles a ball, an apple and knife at the dinner table in Maple Hall Cafeteria. Bielss is practicing for a Sesame Place audition. Department accepts applications Scholarship recipients to study public administration By LAWANA HARRELL Daily Reporter The division of public administration of the political science department is accepting applications for eight Hatton Sumners scholarships to be awarded to graduate students in public administration. The $6,000 stipends will be awarded for 18 months of study during which stu- dents are expected to complete most of the course work required to obtain the Master of Public Administration degree. The application deadline is June 1. Dr. James Glass of the division of pub- lic administration said one of the require- ments is that recipients be interested in pursuing a career in local governm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1984

ainment The North Texas Daily Thursday, March 8,1984 Page 6 'Nicholas Nickleby' auditions to begin Theater experiment to feature Tony award-winning play By CATHY SIGALOS Daily Reporter Auditions for the Tony award-winning "Nicholas Nickleby" wil! be from 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. March 12 and 13 in the Speech Building Uni- versity Theater. "Nicholas Nickleby" is an eight-hour play that will be broken down into four segments of two hours each. "Since there are going to be four segments, it would be impossible to ask one person to perform in all four parts," Ed DeLatte of the drama faculty said. Each night there will be different lead actors and actresses that will enable each director to work with his own cast of major characters. Each segment will be directed by two students of the advanced directing class. Each director will be responsible for the working progress that includes the minimal setting and costumes for each segment. "It's kind of experimental theater," DeLatte said. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1984

f 'V ! f« w 1- < Thursday, March 8,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 i . « ■ i ■ 'Otheilo' proves superb Actors capture characterization By TRENT EADES Staff Writer Don't play the l'ool and miss the drama division's production of William Shakespeare's great tragedy •Othello." Guided by exceptional performances from Keith Oncale as the brilliant, but self-serving lago, Shawn Brown as the noble Moor Othello and Lori Walker as the pure and chaste Desdemona, the three-and- one-half hour production never fails to entertain, and rarely stumbles in its characterizations. OTHELLO, by William Shakespeare, directed by Dr. Donna Clev- inger. Tickets are $3.50 tor NT students, faculty and Mali. VL50 lor general admission. and $3 per person for parties of 10 or more. The pluy is set in Venice and Cyprus in the 16th century The Cast Duke of Venice Brabantio Gratiuno Lodovico Othello Cassio lago RixJcnyo Montano Desdemona Emilia Hianca/attendanl Gentlemen. Officers, Servants . Andrew Jelferies ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 March 1984

flf.' El Sports The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, March 8,1984 Louisiana Tech eliminates Eagles from SLC tourney By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs elimi- nated the NT men's basketball team from the Southland Conference tournament 42-68 Tuesday in Ruston, La. It was the last game of the season for the Eagles, who ended up with a 9-19 overall record, 3-10 in the SLC. Coach Tommy Newman said a porous NT defense was mainly responsible for the loss. He said Tech shot only 30 per- cent in the first 16 minutes because NT's defense did not allow any good shots. But then the defense collapsed; "Offensively, we started off poorly, but our defense was good." he said. "Our offense got better at the same time our defense got worse." The Eagle defense started breaking down with four minutes left in the first half. The Eagles were down 32-26. When the half ended, NT was behind by 14 points. 47-33. "I felt like we had been in that posi- tion before," Newman said. "If we ...

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