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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1984

4 ) - \ A Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, March 27, 1984 I' > i' . • i\ * < • \ i • ! i f I * J- ,* ♦ < ' 4 J • • . • 4 4 \ * 4 ♦ - ♦ , 1 ? % 4 « I 4 > > v I. V Series brings Grammy nominee Two-time Grammy Award nominee Mark Murphy will speak at 9:30 a.m and 2 p.m. today in the Music Building Recital Hall. Murphy is the fifth speaker in this year's Jazz Lecture Series. Neil Slater, One O'Clock Lab Band director, asked Murphy to speak at this year's lecture series after he performed last year with Murphy in the Wichita Jazz Festival. Dr. Marceau Myers, dean of the School of Music, said "we had some trouble lin- ing him (Murphy) up because he was out of the country, but he's coming and we're really glad to have him." Murphy has recorded 20 albums includ- ing "Stolen Moments," which was nomi- nated for a Grammy in 1978, and "Bop For Kerouac," which was nominated for a Grammy in 1981. "Mark Murphy is one of the few sing- ers who can truly be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 March 1984

orts ' Page 6 e North Texas Daily Tuesday, March 27,1984 1 %. NT baseball team wins first game ever W By TIM FOOKS Daily Reporter The NT baseball team ended its 19- game losing streak March 16 by split- ting a double-header with Emporia State College, but lost its next seven games on the road during spring break. The Eagles won the first game of the double-header against Emporia 4-1 but lost the second game 7-5 in extra innings. NT scored first in the inning when third baseman Brad Lang singled with two outs and first baseman Chris Timmons fol- lowed with a hit down the first base line. Lang, who had stolen second base, scored on the hit. NT picked up another run in the sec- ond inning. Right fielder Trent Jewett reached first on an infield hit and catch- er Pepper Hastings was safe on a ground ball that was misplayed by the third baseman. Shortstop Jeff Bennett then hit into a possible double-play ball to third. Hastings was put out at second, but Ben- nett beat the throw to first....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

I I' The North Texas Daily Wednesday, March 28, 1984 67th Year No. 93 NT President A1 Hurley will host the third student coffee of the seaeater at 7:30 p.m. today in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. * 1 % . MM - Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN MIRROR, MIRROR—Thunderstorms create a pud- forecast calls for cloudy skies with a 30 percent die near the General Academic Building. Today's chance of rain. Faculty to consider core makeup proposal By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer Members of the College of Arts and Sci- ences faculty are scheduled to vote on a proposal for a more rigid core curriculum and a draft of a constitution for the college at 5 p.m. today in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. Under the proposal of the Core Curricu- lum Task Force, which has received 12 amendments from arts and sciences faculty members, all students working toward de- grees in the College of Arts and Sciences would be required to meet the proposal's requirements, except those earning bache- lor of f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, March 28, 1984 Editorials For a rainy day People opposing the proposed federal tax on electricity need to take a closer look at the Boy Scout motto: lie prepared. The Public Utility Commission is considering a tax on electricity that could cost electricity consumers in Texas $500 million in the next decade. The proposed legislation would place a tax of one-tenth of a cent a kilowatt hour on electrical generating plants that use fossil fuels. The revenue raised by the taxes would be used to install pollution control devices on power plants, which would decrease sulfur dioxide emissions into the atmosphere. Sulfur dioxide is the major cause of acid rain. Alan Hill, chairman of the U.S. Council on Environ- mental Quality, is sabotaging the environment he is paid to protect. Hill maintains the lax would cost Texas half a billion dollars without providing any benefits. He thinks the proposed legislation is a plan to make the Sun Belt states pay for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

J 11 * / I * i * Wednesday, March 28, 1984 News Briefs Lawyer claims assassin freed early MANILA. Philippines (AP)—The Defense Ministry ordered the alleged assassin of opposi- tion leader Benigno Aquino freed from military detention six months before the killing even though he faced murder charges, a lawyer testified Tues- day. Jose Hspino. lawyer for Rolando Galman, who died with Aquino at the Manila airport last Aug. 21, said the military told him Galman was being released because there were no pending cases in court against him. But Gspino said Galman was wanted by at least one provincial court for a series of murders. Galman was held for a year in a military stock- ade on direct orders of President Ferdinand Mar- cos in connection with a separate murder 77 horses die from lead poisoning DALLAS (AP)—Seventeen of 50 horses exposed to lead-contaminated feed at a North Texas YMCA camp have died of lead poisoning during the last three months, camp officals said. A toxicologist said t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

IS Page 4—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, March 28,1984 i .'r. T 4 B IT'S A TOGA PARTY— The Lambda Chi fraterni- ty and the Chi Omega so- rority participate in the annual Greek Sing Song competition. The competi- tion was held March 15. The group won first place for its routine to the theme of "Animal House." Photo by HOLLY SILAGI Hospice offers classes, seeks new volunteers By TONYA KNIGHT Daily Reporter Ann's Haven Hospice, a system of support for terminally ill cancer patients, will have spring training classes for volunteers who would like to help its patients. The classes are scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. every Monday Irom March 26 to April 30 at the Multipurpose Classroom/ Lab Building Room 601 at lexas Woman's University. "The main role (of the volunteer) is to be a supportive person for the patient and family," said Mary Wallings, administrator ol the Denton County Ann s Haven Hospice. Both non-professionals and professionals can serve as volunteers. People can help in fund ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

I Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Wednesday, March 28, 1984 L K .1 I r I i i * i *■ f M • Vjr i > ' ^ . ■ * i < 4< •# * , t | I • !♦ • • - I - • « I —' . ♦♦ . 4 • I I a Vocalist sings praise for jazz roots, tradition Photo by ANNE SMITH Mark Murphy talks to students about singing Poet recites own poetry today After 20 years, Goldbarth can't pinpoint inspiration By JIM CAVENDI R Daily Reporter Ja// vocalist Mark Murphy said the host place to learn to sing is in church. Church music is the best foundation you can have lor singing any form of American music, because the chords are basic, which gives you a good starting point." Murphy spoke and performed Tuesday as part of the music department's Ja// I .ecturc Series. "I think of jazz as one of many aspects of the American black music tradition," Murphy said. "In the islands different traditions evolved, such as Afro- Cuban, reggae, and the samba in Brazil. In our country, the chief musical legacy is ja/z ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, March 28,1984 Mature adults occasionally experience childish fears Things that go bump in the night, anxiety, obsesssion grip some people iS tion of Stephen King's novel, "Cujo," but the a Person's 'ears ca fear described is a part of nearly everyone's I ' f'- \ JHI !h\ he should talk to somebody By JILL BRIGGS Special Writer The little boy is ready for bed. Wearing his footed pajamas, he stands in his bedroom door- way and surveys his room. Nothing in the comers. Nothing under the bed. He pads across the room to the closet and looks inside, carefully, firmly, shutting the door. He goes and stands with his hand on the lightswitch, taking one last, long look around the room. He flips off the light And runs, leaping high and diving into his bed. An instant later, he is cuddled under the blankets with his feet tucked safely beneath him. He peers at the tree silhoutted in the window, almost daring it to move. He studies his fur- niture, his toys. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

>4 V* V- Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, March 28,1984 vi > < < -i * t 411 j * l * Ritter aims at record High jumper eyes Olympics By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer Denton resident Louise Ritter is 1V* inches away from going into the record books as the best women's high jumper ever. But she has a more immediate goal. "My immediate goal is to make the Olympic team and to win the gold medal. If I could set a world record doing it, that would be great." Ritter's Olympic dream could easily become a reality. She is currently the best high jumper in the United States and was ranked third in the world in 1983. She's already made one Olympic team, in 1980, but she couldn't compete because President Jim- my Carter refused to allow the U.S. athletes to go to Moscow because the Soviet Union refused to remove troops from Afghanistan. "At the time, I was real disappointed, but I've put it behind me now. It doesn't matter anymore." What does matter is making this year's te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 March 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily 'V ' ' " * ' :v.^- •'■ ' Wednesday, March 28,1984 rm&' , ffs J- ' « > ' A ' jr • r// £> jr .*• i . XX F : WmZ fi i BraK^ ■ Photo by HOLLY SILAGI COMIN' AT YA—Jimmy Rose, NT's No. 1 player on the men's tennis team returns a backhand in practice. The men s team plays the University of Ok lahoma at Norman, Okla., Friday in a dual match. Nelson seeks replacement for starting quarterback Carter The search for a quarterback to replace Southland Conference standout Greg Carter began Monday when the SLC co-champion NT football team began spring training for the 1^84 season. Coach Corky Nelson said the leading candidates for the stalling position are Scott Toman, Mike Rhone and Danny David. "It's a little early to tell, but 1 think we can tell where we need help more at the end of spring training," Nelson said. Sports Briefs He said the Eagles will depend on recruits next year to fill backup positions. The team works out in full uniform Monday through T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

. J Vv r I t * i 4 North Texas Daily Thursday, March 29, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 94 College passes new arts and sciences core By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer Faculty members in (he College of Arts and Sciences Wednesday passed 78-62 a new core curriculum that will be effective in fall 1985 and will be required of all students earning degrees in the college, except those earning bachelor of fine arts degrees. Before the final vote on the core proposal was taken and after 12 amendments were defeated by the arts and sciences faculty, vari- ous members made their final pushes for or against the more rigid core requirements. Now, the core will be considered by the Faculty Senate. Dr. Richard Owsley, chairman of the Core Curriculum Task Force and the philosophy department, urged the faculty members to vote for the core proposal. He said, "No mother is ever completely pleased with her child. He will always be things, say things and do things she won't...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

-— - -4 ' ' as The North Texas Daily Thursday, March 29, 1984 Editorials Soviet surveillance The collision last week of a surfacing Soviet subma- rine and the U.S. aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk demonstrat- ed the inherent dangers of one nation's forces watching too closely the activities of another nation's forces. Although the Kitty Hawk wasn't damaged and the sub- marine didn't seem to have any severe external damage, the consequences could have been much worse. The inci- dent added electricity to an al- ready tense situation: realistic, large-scale military maneuvers conducted by the United States and South Korea. The Soviets were clearly at fault. Because surface vessels always have the right of way, international shipping regula- tions automatically place the blame on a submerged subma- rine for any damage it inflicts. The submarine surfaced without navigation lights, another violation of interna- tional regulations. But regardless of which vessel was at fault, they shouldn't hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

4 c . * ► * 1 f * 1 • m • ♦ t X1 ■* •I ! t • Thursday, March 29, 1984 Debtor nation leaders meet MEXICO CITY (AP)—With the arrival Wednesday of President Miguel de hi Madrid in Brazil, the presidents of the Third World's two largest debt- or nations will he holding talks. The official visit to Brazil is expect- ed to concentrate on ways to reacti- vate the depressed economies of both Latin American countries, but the debt question should be preeminent. Mexican government officials, however, have said repeatedly that they are not contemplating the possibility of a so-called cartel of debtor nations. Brazil is the second stop on de la Madrid's first trip abroad sincc tak- ing office in December 1982. He trav- eled Monday to Colombia. Dispatcher seeks old job DALLAS (AP)—Billye Myrick, the nurse-dispatcher who authorities fired after she allegedly delayed an ambu- lance for a dying woman, has asked for her job back, city officials said. In a letter received Tuesday by city officials, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily CZQCZ IV/I C IVI . Male students enjoy special treatment, solid OOU IVI t l\l ■ education at predominately female university By CRAIG VANBEBBER Special Writer Bearded Mark Cole is in the minority at Texas Woman's University. "But a guy is pretty popular at TWU. The girls all treat you special," he said. Cole, Denton junior and physical thera- py major, is one of 686 men attending the predominately female university. Only eight percent of the students enrolled at TWU this semester are male. Cole said he never expected to attend TWU. "I started out going to North Texas State, but they didn't have a physical therapy major like TWU does, so I trans- ferred. In high school, I would have nev- er thought that 1 would go to TWU." When Cole was younger, his family teased him about going to TWU. "My sister Julie played a joke on me when I was younger. She asked me if 1 wanted to to to TWU when 1 graduated from high school. I said I did, because my mother was going...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

t - k ■jn W ~ ' Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Thursday, March 29, 1984 • i r M • P ' ' T i ■ > ■ J. (i - • . 4 I <h 1 Mr • % - • • • • • • Union gallery shows sculptures At least they're better than the ones outside Photo by ANNE SMITH Ricky Braswell, Daingerfield freshman, examines Debusk's sculpture Dance explores living arrangements POSSLQ is a term used by the U.S. Census Bureau to describe people of the opposite sex sharing living quarters. It's also the name of a mime/dance combin- ing music and audio-visual effects to be performed by Here Theater at 8 p.m. Friday in the Speech Build- ing Studio Theater. Here Theater consists of Sally Wenk of the dance faculty and Loron Shannon, a writer, director and performer from Dallas. The Dallas Observer called the duo "two of the most original theatrical talents in the area." POSSLQ is a two-act performance that will last about an hour. Through music, movement and dia- JUNE 16 '84 Educational Center TEST PR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily TEES *^7 w .... h -v tSsBB iff - ffS ' '•Si rs?siMi ^1" 'K Wf ;'- ■"'f ,* ;**•■ rifl'i^fiSS Br? -'2T«^g«. sifc' ft** *&,* ;: $■■■■ ■ & m* $ % llllffef */":• ,. - , iW® V JOggmm §11 '« ' ' : • iSPI BKP^VW: ',J.' 'if, W& -*r m mmmmmmi 4m SHE * **£■ 'iv-. 'w'4■'' *'M-h« j ■■• .V -I a®,,tS if as Clockwise, from top photo: Coach Harriett give* instruction before tournament at Jasper; Mary Ann Crow lines up a putt; Ingritl Norval studies her next shot; The sloping hills of Jasper's golf course require a lot of uphill lugging by golfers; Christu Teno practices tee offs on a warm afternoon in Jasper. M ' ~ :%"•,. 'ZX „ „ JWf.„ *•« «• .'..IP <*L . u,.<v. Jtm "' : 7'rirfi ^3*.' rmm LM Mfcft tfc. ' ' ■ ip The NT women's golf team has come through with some surprising pluses, despite a budget that places the golfers in a sand trap by lim- iting tournament participation, travel expenses and scholarship funds. One of the pluses is the team's coach, R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

r, f • i > • J i U i > . k r i t i •> * *. I ► I Sports Volleyball begins play The intramural volleyball league began its spring season Tuesday night, with Ford's Bronco II divi- sion sponsoring the league. Debbie Creath, who works for the marketing firm that represents Ford on college campuses, said the NT intramural program is one of 70 college pro- grams Ford sponsors. "Ford is the official car and truck of the United States Volleyball Association," Creath said. "(Ford) didn't want to stay on the international level because they were aware of the number of participants at the lower levels." She said the program is designed to work with and through the college level. "The best way to reach the college population is through the intramural program," Creath said. Ford donates 100 T-shirts with the Ford Bronco II and U.S.V.A. emblem on them to the schools and gives volleyballs to the championship teams. NT's assistant recreational sports director, John Campbell said, "These g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 March 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Thursday, March 29,1984 r ■ .w IMmm jfcWr/C., HP1 %/ iki Indians scalp Eagles in 11-3 hit-and-run Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN Bill Brennan By JOEY RICHARDS Daily Reporter The Northeast Louisiana Indians defeathered the NT Eagles II-3 in a Southland Conference game Tuesday at Mack Park. The Eagles drew first blood in the bottom of the first when left fielder Scott Hardeman led off with a walk and advanced to second on second baseman Jeff Mosely's sacrifice bunt. Third baseman Brad NT Baseball Lang then Hied out to center and first baseman Chris Tiinrnons walked. Designated hitter Roosevelt Loud then singled up the middle to score Hardeman from second and gave NT a 1-0 lead. The Eagles Steve Pierce held the Indians to one hit and no runs through the first three innings but could not hold the lead when the Indians scored five runs in the fourth inning. NLU's catcher Todd Saterfield opened the fourth with a single to left field and then scored on right fielder J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

* The North Texas Daily Friday, March 30, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 95 k , * 4 V J > <! U [ i « i t« * / i i ik ♦ ♦ > * r K Chairmen analyze core's effects Bachelor of science degrees to require changes By STEFAN I GAMMAGE Staff Writer Faculty members in the College of Arts and Sci- ences have begun to realize the effects of the new core curriculum requirements for all students who will earn degrees in the college after fall 1985, except those pursuing bachelor of fine arts degrees. Several chairmen whose departments offer bache- lor of science degrees designed as professional pro- grams know these degrees must be modified exten- sively. Before the final core proposal was voted on by arts and sciences faculty members Wednesday, amend- ments were defeated that would have reduced the number of hours these bachelor of science degrees would have included. Dr. Rogers Redding, chairman of the physics department, said after the meeting that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

omm enta ■ Editorial The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, March 30, 1984 Five-year plan The College of Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum Task Force may have taken a step in the wrong direction Wednes- day by passing a new arts and sciences core. Faculty members narrowly passed the new core 78-62, which is an indication of the controversy surrounding the new requirements. Perhaps the strongest opposition to the new core, which will effect all incoming students beginning in January 1985, is that many currently existing degree programs will have to be altered or done away with entirely to fit the core requirements. The task force, swept up in the growing national storm to upgrade and update educational programs, has ignored another important trend that could eliminate many of the problems the new core creates. Large schools are break- ing up their departments into smaller, more easily man- aged colleges. Only one other school in Texas the size of NT or larger maintains a comprehensive ...

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