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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

*' V H V , ^ < I Forum The North Texas Daily Page 3 Friday, March 30, 1984 / V , • I V) * f ■i « f I Dan Martin in/ Campus policemen—born in an era of unrest Someone recently asked me why I chose to work for a campus police department instead of a "real police department." I jiucss for someone to appreciate my job as much as I do they would have to under- stand what campus policing is all about. My career started during a time when campuses around the country were ex- periencing radical changes. During the late ll)6()s and early 1970s, there was unrest among students on most campuses and a general distrust by students for institutions. During that period campuses were, for the most part, protected by poorly trained and poorly equipped security guards. The typical guard was an older, semi-retired individual whose primary responsibility was to lock and unlock campus facilities. Occa- sionally the guard was called upon to inves- tigate minor disturbances, but if a crime was committe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily s£ ...• •. *5 , Photo Dy ANNE SMITH WIND BLOWN—Kathy Martin, San Antonio sophomore walks across cam- pus on a windy day. High temperatures are expected to be between 60-70 by the weekend with the lows between 40-50. Circle K wins awards Circle K International, an NT service organization, received the first place Bronze Achievement Scrvice Award last week at the Circle K Texas Oklahoma District Convention, said Laurie Porth, Circle K member. The award is based on the amount of service projects completed for the whole year. "We are very proud of winning the award because the size of our chap- ter is so small," she said, The NT Circle K has less than 20 Students visit NT 'Preview' planned By JENNIFER FULKS Daily Reporter High school students and their parents are visiting the NT campus today for NT40's annual Spring Preview. The NT40 student foundation oigani- zation sponsors Preview twice a year, so high school students have the opportuni- ty to visit NT. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Friday, March 30,1984 I r . •I ... * i it Photo by BETH STALLARD MUSICAL MOMENT—Six O'Clock Lab Band member Eric Defade, Pitts- burgh, Pa. freshman, plays a tune in the Rock Bottom Lounge. Killeen students attend NT music clinics today ONE HUNDRED FIFTY Killccn high school students will arrive at NT today to tour the campus and attend clin- ics conducted by music faculty members Neil Slater, Drs. Robert Winslow and Roger Warner. Slater will conduct the jazz band clinic at 3 p.m. in Music 258. Winslow will conduct the Wind Ensem- ble clinic at I p.m. in Music 258. War- ner will conduct the Symphonic Band clinic at I p.m. in the Concert Hall. Entertainment Notes NT GRADUATE WAYNE EAST- WOOD will conduct the Angclo State University Choirs in a free performance at Denton High School at 7:30 tonight The Angclo State Concert and Cho- rale and Chamber Choir will perform selections for the Lenten season and North American folk songs. Pro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily * - Friday, March 30,1984 Educator emphasizes children's maturity levels By SHELLY ANSBACH Daily Reporter The curriculum for sdiool children should be deter- mined by the childs level of maturity, not his age, Clyde Gillespie, founder of the National Institute of Child Development and visiting faculty member, said. Most children in America today are placed in school according to their chronological age and little or no consideration is given to their maturity level, Gilles- pie said. He said while working at the Gesell Institute, where he worked for 16 years before founding his own institute, Gillespie found that by testing children about to enter school (based on chronological rather than maturation age) approximately one-third to one-half of the children were too young to meet the require- ments. "When chronological age alone is used to deter- mine school placement, such factors as mental, physical, social or emotional growth are overlooked," Gillespie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

I Sports The North Texas Daily -t ^ — — - ' )> Mean Green falls to Oklahoma State after losing double-header in Denton Page 7 Friday, March 30, 1984 By JOEY RICHARDS Daily Reporter The third-ranked Oklahoma State University Cow- boys stormed into Denton Wednesday seeking revenge from an NT Eagle team that had played OSU tough in a pair of 8-3, 4-0 NT losses in Cowboy Country last week. However, OSU coach Gary Ward's team found themselves lucky to escape with a 12-7 win over the improving 1-31 Eagles. NT got on the board first when third baseman Brad Lang hit a home run off of Cowboy starting pitcher Rob Walton's pitch. OSU tied the score in the second when catcher John Apicella scored from third on a sacrifice fly to center by second baseman Randy Whisler. OSU took the lead in the third inning on a solo home run by left fielder Scott Wade. The Eagles tied the game 2-2 in the fifth and OSU coach Ward lifted Walton for pitcher Jeff Bronkey. Left fielder Scott Hardeman opened the in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 March 1984

' Page 8—The North Texas Daily Friday, March 30,1984 NFL player doubles as NT graduate student By TRACEY NEW Special Writer Having a career in professional foot- ball is great, but having a pro football career plus a colle0o degree is even better, said Bobby Watkins, 23-year-old corner- back of the Detroit Lions and NT gradu- ate student. Watkins graduated from Dallas' Bish- op Dunn High School where he received a four-year football scholarship to South- west Texas State University. During his senior year at SWT, Wat- kins was drafted in the second round by the Lions. Along with the draft came bonus money. And as second-round draft choice, Watkins could almost be assured of his place on the team. It seemed like a college football player's dream come true. But for Watkins it just wasn't enough. "When I first entered college, my ambition wasn't to play professional football, but to get a college education," Watkins said. After his rookie season, Watkins re- turned to SWT to complete w...

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

t The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 3, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 96 M J ' I \ } I It . I * Dean disagrees with Perot Group urges vocational educational reforms Compiled from staff and wire reports Dr. James Muro, dean of the College of Education, said Monday that he thinks it would he a mistake to eliminate all vocational educa- tion classes in Texas high schools, although he said he does believe that some programs need to he revised. The Select Committee on Public Education, headed by H. Ross Perot, has proposed that vocational education classes be offered as elec- tive classes, but that the classes receive no state funding. Vocational education leaders said Monday that the proposal would doom thousands of Texas teen-agers to unemployment and hurt small businesses. Will Recce, executive director of the Advi- sory Council for Technical-Vocational Ed- ucation. said "Not all high school students go on to get a college degree. Many go out into th...

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

North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 3, 1984 Editorials Boys will be boys Thank goodness. NT has a sexual harassment policy that applies to faculty, staff and students—both male and female. The policy states, "No member of the university com- munity may sexually harass another. All members of the faculty, staff or student body will be subject to disciplin- ary action for violation of this policy." The policy continues to state, "Those other persons over whom the university has substantial control are also subject to this policy." This includes those contractors and construction work- ers who are hired outside of the university community to work at or for NT. This includes those working at the Science Research Building. Whistling, yelling offensive words and phrases to peo- ple walking by the construction of the Science Research Building and making crude comments about one's body are all sexual harassment. Two people were fired in the beginning stages of construction for sexual harassmen...

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

Tuesday, April 3, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 Br News Briefs Mexican president to visit Argentina MEXICO CITY (AP)—With the arrival Mon- day of Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid to Buenos Aires, a new stage may open in Mexican- Argentine relations that deteriorated during the years military governments held power there. A presidential spokesman said Mexico would undoubtedly find it easier to deal with Argentina's new civilian president, Raul Alfonsin, than with the generals. Treasury Secretary Jesus Silva Herzog told reporters that Mexico participated in a bail-out loan for Argentina because "we're all in the same boat and what happens to one of us is going to happen to all the others." Mexico is putting $ l(X) million into the emer- gency loan. Passers-by rescue theater manager FORT WORTH (AP)—A theater manager beat- en and handcuffed to a rail by bandits who then set the building on fire was rescued by four passers- by who saw the smoke. Police still were looking Monday ...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 3,1984 NT scientist explores possibility of life on the moon Bacteria growing in iunar soil supports theory of space colonization, but questions remain By BRENT LINKER Staff Writer As he poured the moon soil from one test tube into another, Dr. K.R. Johansson was thinking of crops growing on other planets. Johansson, a member of the NT biology faculty, spent last summer at NASA's Hous- ton facility testing lunar soil samples for their ability to support plant life. NASA wanted Johansson to try to grow micro-organisms in the soil that was collected during the Apollo missions. JOHANSSON SAID although many scien- tists have written about the possibility of growing organisms on other planets, few have tried to duplicate the conditions in an experi- ment. "There's been very little research done," he said. "It's all been speculation as to what we know about the physical and chemical char- acteristics of other planets." In the experiments, Johans...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 April 1984

J Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, April 3,1984 |\ • / <1 ! > In I '' 4 i + * i1. * *- *\p t * !<*< I « R ' I v\ Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN WOOD YOU LOOK AT THAT—Richard Bailey, Denton senior, sands a coffee table in the Union Arts Studio during Sculpture I class, as the sander blows his hair. Jazz saxophonist to lecture Saxophonist Dave Liebman will perform and speak at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. today in the Music Building Recital Hall as part of the Jazz Lecture Series. Liebman has performed with Ten Wheel Drive, Elvin Jones, John McLaughlin and Miles Davis. He has consistently placed high in polls in Downbeat. Jazz Forum and Swing Journal. "It is a privilege to have him here," Neil Slater, director of jazz studies, said. "He is so versatile he can do anything. Our students hold him in high esteem." Entertainment Notes His recordings include "What It Is," "Lookout Farm," "Pendulum," "II They Only Knew" and "Doin' It Again." Liebman has been a lect...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 April 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 3,1984 ...* f - ' : ' r :v ■ - ^ M Survival of the fittest ii NT Fitness Program Director Nancy Patton leads group in aerobic dance Faculty and staff members at NT enjoy a fitness program that includes aerobic dancing, swimming, jogging, weight training and conditioning. Membership in the program costs $38, which pays for instructors, sporting equipment and other supplies, Two hundred fifty people participate in the program. Not only are NT faculty and staff members involved in the program, but their spouses and members of the Texas Woman's University's community are also involved. V - m.- : . m 1 Karen Jackson of TWIJ - ; NT staff members Natalie Rosentswieg, left, ami Judy Myers ti 4i > I: t 5 . I / - A Group members enjoy the camaraderie of exercising together Story ami photos Siy Richard Ameftqiiiia \ ii y. i Tis afar, vfar better thing. . . 99 You be the landlord Let us help you persuade your parents to take ad- vantage of tax bene...

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

ii U I * f i I 11 I. p ' I' H i * '*1# t1 II [ ; I -X % V| ■v x i n i ID Ik i Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, April 3, 1984 Photo by BETH STALLARD EASY DOES IT—Kelly McCollum returns a back- NT women's tennis team. The women will play hand in practice. McCollum is a member of the TWU at 3 p.m. Wednesday at TWU. The NT women's golf team, led by Christa Teno, is in fourth place after the first round in the Big Red University of Oklahoma Invitational at the OU goll course in Norman. The tournament is the women's last this season. north texas state university i in rfffting with the ■ jazz guitar 2 32X 5! ensemble undtr tkt direction of A jack petersen with tpccial steve morse •f tbo flilt <>•■« free clinic concert apnl 4,If§4 12:00-2:00 nlm tckool of M'll 4,1014 • 00 pm 213) tlcfcoti: lycto« boi offico RHA Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Tuesday—April 3 6:00 Lab Band Kerr Beach 7:00 Miller Tug of War Kerr Beach 8:00 Wellness Workout Kerr Beach Wednesday—April 4 Roommate Ap...

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

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Eagles search to fill quarterback position i ■ I X Tuesday, April 3,1984 ■■I 'T'Wf ? f wm "Hi By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer A three-way battle is under way among NT foot- ball team members Scott Toman, Danny David and Mike Rhone for the quarterback position vacated by Greg Carter. Carter led the 1983 Eagles to a 9-4 record and a co-championship in the Southland Conference. His absence leaves a hole in the Mean Green offense and Toman, David and Rhone each want to fill. Rhone said he knows the competition is fierce lor the starting position. "For right now, Danny David, Scott Toman and I have a good chance. It depends on the spring game and just how it pans out. We're learning a lot." Rhone was red-shirted last season as a freshman because coach Corky Nelson didn't plan to play him. He will still be classified as a freshman during the 1984 season. He was quarterback of Reagan High School in Austin during his junior and senior years. David, also red-shirte...

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

I'lr •i Ki J j '■ 1 , H k. I1 > i • I Is 1 The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 4, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 97 Meadows scholars meet program's challenge By STEFAN I GAM MAGE Staff Writer The lirst 40 students u> participate in the NT/Meadows Foundation Excellence in Teaching program have successfully met the challenge ol (he program's strenu- ous courses. Dr. Watt Black, director of the program, said Tuesday. The program, which accepted its first 40 students in fall 1983, will complete its first year with 40 students. However. Black said, there were two who dropped out of the program, but two more replaced them. One student dropped out for finan- cial reasons. Black said, and the other decided she didn't want to be a teacher. An $850,000 endowment from 'he Meadows Foundation allowed NT to begin the program, which is designed to better prepare elementary, secondary and spe- cial education teachers. A student in the five-year program will ...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, April 4, 1984 Editorials Merger plan Dr. James J. Muro, dean of education, approved a pro- posal to allow the dance division to leave the College of Education and combine with the drama division to form a drama and dance department. The new department will be part of the College of Arts and Sciences. Muro deserves congratulations for his decision to allow the dance division to leave the College of Education. With- out dance majors, the number of physical educations majors will be cut by a third. It's rare that a dean will have the courage to lose enrollment from his college for the bene- fit of the university. And combining the divisions of drama and dance will definitely benefit the university. It will allow dramatists to gain more body control and let dancers gain the experi- ence of performing in dramatic productions. Faculty mem- bers will gain from the combination, because it will allow them to learn "tricks of the trade" from ...

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

Wednesday, April 4, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 > < f > News Briefs First Indian spaceman flies mission MOSCOW (AP)—India's first spaceman soared into orbit Tuesday aboard a Soviet rocket, carry- ing an Indian flag and u handful of his native soil for an eight-day mission in which he will attempt to use the ancient art of yoga to combat space sickness. Rakesh Shurma. 35. and two Soviet cosmonauts, commander V'uri V. Malyshev, 42, and Gennadi M. Strekalov, 43, blasted off aboard the Soyuz T-l 1 toward a rendezvous today with the orbiting Soviet space laboratory Salyut 7. Before the launch, which was broadcast live for only the third time in Soviet history, Sharma said it was "a great honor" to be the first Indian in space, lie is the second man from a non-Soviet bloc nation to.fly into space aboard a Soviet rocket. The three cosmonauts lifted off as scheduled from the Soviet space center at Baikonur. Reagan calls for Salvadoran aid WASHINGTON (AP)—Seeking support for h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 April 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 4,1984 Summer job leads to space shuttle crew NT graduate student works with ABC News after receiving position By ELLEN DOSS Special Writer Many people get daily news from network television's familiar strangers. The network anchormen, however, are not strangers to Becky Orchard, Denton graduate student, they are her friends and co-workers. Orchard has worked for ABC News periodi- cally during the last four years, and she said she has become to know several of the famil- iar newsmen such as Steve Bell, Hugh Downs, Lynn Sherr, Max Robinson, Jules Bergman as well as ABC News executives in the back- ground on and off camera. Orchard stumbled upon her first position with ABC News while searching for a summer job in Detroit in 1980. She interviewed with employment agencies, but in that economically depressed city, job were scarce. HER DILIGENCE WAS REWARDED, however. One of the agencies referred Orchard to ABC News, which was looking for secr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 April 1984

I Arts & Entertainment rj — ji? Opera opens Thursday; The North Texas Daily Page 5 Wednesday, April 4, 1984 I I *> i ^ V i '4* " .f w> 7i •r i >, > < « 4 t- ► * V . ♦ * i « v 0 <! tf to depict comedy, tragedy By RUSSELL ROE Staff Writer Hie NT Opera Theater will perform Giacomo Puccini's classic opera "La Boheme" at 8 p.m. Thurs- day through Saturday in the Main Auditorium. The opera is a story of youth and love and takes place in the Latin Quarter of Paris. The opera fea- tures starving artists, crowd scenes, a marching hand, NT Opera comedy and tragedy. The story is fairly simple—boy and girl start relationship, break up and are finally reunited. "It is an irresistible story," Dr. Dennis Wakeling, director of the opera, said, "because it is about youth, and everybody is young at one time." "La Boheme" has become one of the most popu- lar operas of all time. Puccini drew on his own strug- gles as a young composer to write the opera. Librettists are Giuseppe Gi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 April 1984

I Page 6—The North Texas Daily in ■ V . I • w'- 4 4. * «€V S • *.'.2 w VII r p-> % . ^ j/ ' ;v- -•. ■ JkNtaSJET^ •- £■' r x+z-r^r.. u Jf ^ tefi \\ >" t V-Vci J I '3 Photo by ANNE SMITH DOWN HOME COOKING—Akosua Adoma, Dallas junior, at the Food Advisory Board Cookout. Amphonsha Ghana senior, holps Tom Hammonds, The cookout took place as part of RHA Week. Services office provides new hours, information The Office of Services for Women and Non- traditional Students is extending its officee hours to serve students on campus during evenings and week- ends. The office, which is on the third floor of the Uni- versity Union, is now open from 8 a.m until 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday. Most people come to the office for information, Sue Witschi, coordinator said. But the office also handles special problems, such as calling the police tor students who have locked their keys in their cars. I he office also provides students information about trans...

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