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

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 j Wednesday, April 4, 1984 I1 f > / I J I) t *1 SLC may negotiate TV football contract By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer An Austin TV production company is prepared to sign a contract with the Southland Conference to pro- duce Thursday night football games next fall, if the U.S. Supreme Court allows it. Premier Productions Inc., an Austin-based inde- pendent sports production company, has signed a "letter of agreement" with the SLC to produce foot- ball games to be broadcast from television stations in the colleges' broadcasting areas, Don Graham, SLC sports information director, said. The sticking point is a Supreme Court decision due in June. The case involves an antitrust suit filed against the National Collegiate Athletic Association by the Universities of Georgia and Oklahoma. Right now, the NCAA negotiates TV rights for all NCAA schools. The NCAA puts limits on the number of times a college team can be on TV in a two-year cycle. The Universiti...

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

'age 8—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 4,1984 I IS Cv Photo by BETH STALLARD Ron Wakefield Gam biers' record falls as owner blasts team's effort Houston (AP)—The new Houston Gamblers of the United States Football League are experiencing grow- ing pains on the field and in the front office. Alter a promising 3-1 start, the Gamblers, in their inaugural USFL. season, have dropped two straight games, prompting one of the team's owners, Jerry Argovitz. to question the attitudes of the players. Argovitz. a former dentist and players' agent, is scrambling to retain his front-office seat in the face of a buy-out ultimatum. Argovitz criticized his players on the team plane last weekend after a disappointing 31-28 overtime loss at Oklahoma, players said. "HIi TOLD US we had received first-class treat- ment in everything and that he didn't think we were responding," one player who sought anonymity told the Houston Post. "I don't think any of us felt it was fair." Argovitz wouldn't comme...

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

t % «v The North Texas Daily Thursday, April 5, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 98 i ; * * i/ I * ■. 'SI i' i - : i 11 -1 dm r' # PSf^Ft ' Photo by BETH STALLARD HAPPILY EVER AFTER—NT President Al Hurley reads "The House on East activities for the Week of the Young Child, which continues through Fri<1ay 88th Street" to children at the NT Nursery School. Hurley read as part of The school is holding a book shower this week Debaters finish 13th at nationals By STEFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer NT debaters Joel Rollins and Sherry Hall finished 13th Tuesday in the Nation al Debate Championship in Knoxville. Tenn. The team was one of 62 teams that exchanged arguments in hopes of win- ning the national debate championship. Rollins, Denton senior, and Hall. Pia- no junior, are one of 4,000 debate teams in the nation. They were invited to com- pete against 61 other top teams for the national title. Dr. John Gossett, debate team coach, said Wednesday. HE SAID THE ...

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

Commen The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, April 5, 1984 Editorials Jesse Jackson The presence of the Rev. Jesse Jackson in the race for U.S. president is important for the Democratic Party. Although Jackson hasn't swept any primaries or caucuses and hasn't received many delegates for the Democratic Convention to be in San Francisco this summer, he's work- ing hard to keep this race in focus. Former Vice President Walter Mondale, the projected leader in early polls before the primaries, and Ohio Sen. Gary Hart, the surprisingly strong challenger, have chosen to bat- tle for the important primary victories using petty bickering and name calling as their foils. Jackson's decision to stay in the presidential race demon- strates his persistence. He has proved to be much stronger than the five other Democratic hopefuls who began to pull out of the race when polls showed their lack of support. Jackson's presence gives blacks renewed optimism in their being able to realistically contend...

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

• fc * ' V 1 « J V Ml • 'J -3 j ,1, ' < I' * i * i - * * 1 * 'J Thursday, April 5, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 Cosmonauts dock spacecraft MOSCOW (AP) India's first cos- monaut anil his two Soviet colleagues docked their spacecraft with an orbit- ing space station on Wednesday to begin a month that will include weight- less yoga exercises. Soviet television and the official news agency l ass said the Soyu/ T-l I linked up with the Salyut 7 about 25 hours after the Soyu/ T-11 blasted off from Soviet central Asia. The television footage did not show the cosmonauts transferring to the sta- tion to greet the three Soviet space- men who have been aboard the Salyut 7 since Feb. 9. But piefpres from the flight con- trol center in Baikonur showed offi- cials watching a large screen with the Soyuz T-l 1 approaching the orbiting space station. The spectators burst into applause as the two vehicles appeared to link up four minutes ahead of sche- dule. Ruling postpones election HL PASO ...

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

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 4 Thursday, April 5, 1984 O tarburst begins today with fun runs, food Activities to raise money for Denton Big Brothers, Big Sisters, campus organizations By JENNIFER SIMMONS Daily Reporter Starburst '84, a day of activities at NT to raise money for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Denton and participating campus organiza- tions, starts at 4:30 p.m. today. Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Denton spends money on parties, Christmas gifts and necessary items such as shoes and clothing for under-privileged children, said Sherrie Slater, University Program Council president. A five-kilometer and a 10-kilometer fun run at Fouts Field will kick off the festivities, said Slater. The UPC and the Residence Hall Associa- tion are sponsoring the event. "This is our big spring event and we have put more work into the program this year than ever before," she said. The University Union will sell grilled ham- burgers, potato salad and soft drinks at...

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

* k 4 4 t 4 - • • V < > * * > Thursday, April 5,1984 "La Boheme," written by Giacomo Puccini, libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi lllica. Directed by Den- nis Wakeling, conducted by Geoffrey Simon. At H p.m. today through Saturday in the Main Auditorium. Tick- ets are $2 with NT IDs and $3.50 for the general public. By RUSSELL ROE Staff Writer f The North Texas Daily—Page 5 Singers present powerful performance Opera portrays tragic story of starving artists' youth, love Photo by TOMMY HUITGREN Randal Rushing, as Rodolfo, in "La Boheme" The NT Opera Theater can put on a good show . . . generally. Its performance of "La Boheme" was pow- erful, but certain aspects distracted from the whole effect. The performances at Monday's and Tuesday's dress rehearsals were well-sung and expressively sung, the singers were able to create potent illusion, and best of all. it's in English. The performances succeeded despite of the sets, the orchestra playing too loudly and the dreadful au...

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

... WiR* Page 6—The North Texas Daily Thursday, April 5,1984 : : # . t Ls 1 1 <m i % wM k • ' vA^ TO N 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. v<l 1 r u « > i ■' t. t. ' I ♦ i * ^ . u % - ♦' > t ! i t t T I I f I

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

Thursday, April 5,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 t: i„ * ► f ► i | - •t. t. -1 - ■ | * i 11 , t* I • % (> i ■ i \ ji t 11 j VI f a * ■.-.■h jjjfc Photo by BETH STALLARD TAKING A DRIVE—Becky Doering, Galveston Extended forecast calls for high temperatures in junior, takes advantage of the warm weather while the mid to upper 60s with low temperatures in the riding her bike in the library mall earlier in the week 50s. Bring in this ad and get 10% off All framed and unframed posters and custom framing. Including graphics from Harvey Edwards, Secunda, Pena and O'Keefe. v* Convenient layaway plan and catalogue ordering available. 121 Pecan St. 1 block N. of Square 382-0618 M-S 10-5 Poster gallery,., c U S TOM FMHlNCl HANDMADE HAMBURGERS 9 Different Hamburgers Fried Zucchini Fried Mushrooms French Fries Fried Onion Rings Variety ol 5 Different Sandwiches Soups Salads Large Selection of Domestic & Imported Beer OPEN M-TH 1111 F & SAT 11 am 12 am Closed Sunday 382-0006 RESTAURA...

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

m "t •■ t> > ;1 'i'v: I The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, April 5,1984 l K •..* H| '-fin 1! IS! . Photo by BETH STALLARD SEE THE B'RDIE—Fathi Mattar, Manama. Bahrain, freshman, returns a shuttlecock in his beginning badminton class. Patsy Caldwell is the instruc- tor of the class that meets in the PE Building. Eagles lose two to Dallas Baptist By JOEY RICHARDS Daily Reporter The NT baseball team dropped both games of a double-header against Dallas Baptist College 4-0 and 14-6 in non- conference play Tuesday. In the first game, Dallas Baptist pitch- er Kyle Channing shut out the Eagles, scattering five hits during seven innings, and raised his season record to 5-4. Dal- las Baptist's Ricky Gobert hit two dou- bles and collected two RBIs. and Kirk White knocked in two runs with a run- scoring double and a solo home run in the first inning. NT's Rick Woodward pitched five innings for the Eagles and took the loss, dropping his record to 0-3. In the second game. Dallas Baptist...

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

The North Texas Daily Friday, April 6, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 99 Today The Daily publishes 10 pages Highlight* of the hetond tcttion arc • Huge 7—Joe Stafford explores the function* of a funeral home in "A Way of Death," this week * Outlook; • Fage Letters to the editor. • Page 9—Dean of Student* Joe Stewart diuusses a new program for student retention in itm week's Forum. • Page 10- Schedule of events for International Week I V, v 4 t. M « V i Elderhostel program to examine cultures People age 60 and over, looking for adven- ture and intellectual stimulation, registered for NT's spring Elderhostel that begins Sunday, Ann Reban. coordinator for the program at NT, said Thursday. "We generally try to hold these events at a time when exciting things are happening on campus," she said, "because they provide extracurricular activities for the (Elderhostel) students." Because Elderhostel coincides with Interna- tional Week, one of the courses, title...

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

Page 2—The North Texas Daily Friday, April 6, 1984 Photo by BETH STALLARD TYPE A, CLASS A—Students in BESA 110, Basic Facility in Typing, practice typing in the Business Administration Building, The course teaches sti'dcn!? basic typing skills and business correspondence. Workshop begins Saturday //•Qattems for Life" will be the theme JL of the Denton Association for the Edu- cation of Young Children Workshop from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, Dr. Tommie Lawhon of the home economics faculty said. The workshop will be at the St. Andrew Presbyterian Church at Oak and Bolivar streets. NT and Texas Woman's University fac- ulty members will speak at the workshop. Lawhon will speak on "Stress Reduction for Employees" at 10 a.m. The sessions on Education of Young Chil- dren are: SESSION I: 9 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. PATTERNS OF INFANCY-Dcvclopment and Treatment Dr. Ron Fannin, TWU ANIMAL CRACKERS IN MY SOUP- Classroom Cooking Andra Penny, Ginnings Elementary School SCIENCE FOR EARLY ELEMENTARY Barba...

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

Friday, April 6,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 - ; « \ > V ' c ' J 1 I. (U % 4 • v ♦ > *- w * ♦ '< I * * I • ;* > News Briefs Violence erupts in Mexico SALTILLO, Mexico (AP)—Classes were suspended Thursday at the Autonomous University of Coahuila after student protests this week turned into violence. The city, the capital of Coahuila state in northeastern Mexico about 150 miles south of Laredo, has been in turmoil since March 30 when univer- sity officials announced Valeriano Valdcs had won elections for univer- sity president. More than 6,(XX) students, teachers, workers and housewives gathered in one of Saltillo's main plazas Wednes- day afternoon to demonstrate their sup- port for the two candidates who op- posed Valdes in the March 27 election. PUC delays Bell hearing AUSTIN (AP)—A Public Utility Commission examiner postponed Thursday a Southwestern Bell hear- ing so Texans can comment on the company's local measured service request, a proposal that has drawn heat...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, April 6,1984 Denton to elect mayor, City Council members Saturday Continued from page 1 Charles Hopkins, place 5, City Coun- cil candidate (incumbent). What do you believe are your quali- fications for office? Hopkins: "I've been a council mem- ber Cor three years. I've had numerous experiences in management, budgeting and purchasing. I own my own business, and I know how to make a payroll. I've had experience in Denton on various com- missions and boards with the city." What do you see as the major prob- lems facing Denton? Hopkins: "One of our largest prob- lems is to maintain the quality of life in IX-nton. Growth is certainly upon us now. What we do with our infrastructure and human relations is important. Economic development is important. We must main- tain a tax structure that is viable for our community. "Streets are an important issue. I'm a pay-as-you-go advocate, but I'm also a realist. I think a bond issue will be necessary, along wit...

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

I;!. / 4. I* J| <- > I b 4 < < * .> ' I * t f I > •V: • / - I I • ♦ t j/1 V 1 ♦ K. ♦ , 1 ' T " W ' « i • . i7 * v % i ■ « Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Friday, April 6, 1984 , k Photo by ANNE SMITH Craig Ellis sings to Jenny Davis Reading to feature SMU faculty member By RUSSELL ROE Staff Writer Miehacl Garcia-Simms, Southern Meth- odist University faculty member, will be the featured reader at the First Friday Poet- ry Reading at 7:30 p.m. today at Fry Street Classics, 112 Fry Street. His read- ing will feature poems about his marriage, which is one year old. and his step children. He will be reading from his book "Notes on Continuing Light" and more recent, unpublished works. He is the author of "Poet's Footwork," a refer- ence book on poetry, and the editor of "Dreams Crowded with Families," a col- lection of poems by Texas poets. "LATELY MY POETRY has been concerned with my recent marriage and two stepchildren," Garcia-Simms said. His wi...

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

The North Texas Daily Sports Horrocks plays in Virginia basketball tournament Friday, April 6, 1984 FORMER NT basketball center John Horrocks is one of 64 college seniors par- ticipating in a basketball tournament that is a showcase for National Basketball Association scouts. The Portsmouth Invitational Basketball Tournament in Portsmouth, Virginia, is a four-day tournament that began Wednes- day and continues through Saturday. Doug Ray, NT sports information di- rector. said. "The tournament is a show- case for NBA general managers and scouts. When the players get there, they choose up sides and play everybody in the tournament." Ray said 1983 graduate Kenneth Lyons went to the tournament last year and won the most valuable player award. "Lyon's performance had a lot to do with getting picked in the second round of the NBA," Ray said. "This is one of the top three or four tournaments. It's not full of your top- flight players. Still, to make any tourna- ment with 64 players is a pr...

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

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, April 6, 1984 # Editorials I ft I. t v i 4r Ousting incompetents TO DREAM TWE iMPoASiSLf Despite Ihe ridiculous number of hours in the College of Arts and Sciences proposed core curriculum, NT does have a realistic, common-sense program to injprove education. The NT/Meadows Foundation Excellence in Teaching piogram, rightly praised by II. Ross Perot during his recent visit at NT, will soon complete its first year with 40 students. The brainchild of Dr. James Muro of the education faculty, the Meadows program promises to produce "super" teachers, each with a master's degree and each highly versed in basic courses. Since Texas education ranks dismally relative to other states, Muro's program will offer Texas schools extreme- ly competent teachers. None of Muro's students, it's hoped, will join with Texas teachers protesting proposals to test their basic competency on standardized tests. An $850,000 grant from the Meadows Foundation allow...

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

I 1 1 I I Forum The North Texas Daily Page 8 Friday, April 6, 1984 Letters Left-handed people in a right-handed world feel left out How come left-wing is synonymous with radicals and liberals? Naturally, people are termed as right-minded, righteous or right- ist if they are the good guys. So, what is left of the left-handed people's right? Even right (justice) is spelled right. Next, the university's policy of not dis- criminating on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, handi- cap or veteran left something out—left- handed rights. Why? It is hard to find any writing desks for the left-handed in the university's classrooms. It is not easy for a left-handed person to write on a right- handed desk. Take heart, we have McEnroe and Con- nor on oui side. In conclusion, what we Wave is leftover. Christopher Cheong NT Box 7001 Just as guilty If I fail to report an assault 1 witness, I am as guilty as the attacker. If I see a fire and fail to call the fire departmen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1984

Friday, April 6, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 9 v * I ♦ « f * t < * 11 ♦ ■ > * ) \ { V v 1 V V ♦ e - ♦ • * ' \ Joe Stewart jComputers help students make NT Connection During the past 12 years of my profes- sional career at NT, I have been asked innumerable times by both faculty mem- bers and students to explain what it is the dean of students does. Many people still seem to have the idea that we in the division of student affairs spend all our time in the adminis- trative enforcement of the Student Code of Conduct. Of course the dean of stu- dents does enforce the rules; however, most of my time and the time of other personnel in the division is spent on what we call "student development." BY THIS TKRM, we mean the provi- sion of essential support services that help the student lo stay in school, achieve his or her full potential in educational pur- suits and benefit from out-of-class hours. Student affairs is responsible for gen- eral information, educational financing, as...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 April 1984

Students from different countries learn in U5. r By MARCELLA THOMPSON Special Writer Many students go to great lengths and distances to get an education. They travel for knowledge not available or attainable in their homeland. These are the international students—those from other countries studying in the United States. At NT, international students make up a substan- tial part of the entire student body, said Dr. Edward Rice-Maximin of the International Student Office. "They make for 8.8 percent of the student popula- tion, if we exclude 254 permanent residents," he said. The International Student Program is relatively new to NT. BegL. /ig in 1970 with only 1(H) international students, it has increased to 2,159 students in 14 years. International education began as early as the Mid- dle Ages at European and Islamic universities, he said. In the United States, however, international education did not develop until after World War II. "There was a big boom after World War II, possi- ...

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