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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1984

v> <A- * I * * - > « * • * * < * • * 11 ■ i Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Thursday, A^il 12, 1984 Photo by BETH STALLARD WIND PIPES—Jill Nunley, Siloam Springs grad- uate student, left, and Ron Vachon, Dallas senior, play the bassoon during the Chamber Winds En- semble Concert in Recital Hall. There will be a Chamber and Symphony Orchestra Concert at 2 p.m. April 16 in Concert Hall. Faculty member's work to highlight wind concert The NT Symphonic Wind Ensemble will perform a concert, which will include a composition by Dr. Thomas Clark of the music faculty, at 8:15 p.m. today in the Music Building Concert Hall. Clark's composition, "Sonic Shores," will be the second piece performed. "It was written in IM75 and was first performed at West Texas State Univer- sity in 1979," Clark said. "The musical elements are based on the imagery of the landscape along the western coast of the state of Washington." The first piece to be performed is "The Star Span...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily 'iwBSswm C ^ •Jifku &Wi< Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN CHECK IT OUT—Karen Vryburg, Holland sophomore, and Noelle Clark, Buffalo, N.Y. sophomore, slop at a booth at the International Fair to try on earrings. The earrings are from Peru, Juan Avulo, Peru senior said. The fair was held earlier this week. Students honor favorite NT educators By TONYA KNIGHT Daily Reporter Daily seeks applications The Daily is now accepting applications for staff positions for the summer sessions and the fall semester. "This is a great opportunity to work for the stu- dent press, lfyou don't like something about the newspaper, yo& can change it." said Cara Chandler, summer editor. Applications for every position except ad repre- sentative are at The Daily. General Academics Build- ing 117. Applications for ad representative are at The Daily advertising office, GAB 101. Telemarketing National company sales extended service warranties for new autos. 5-11 pm Mon.-Fri. 9 am-1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1984

Lr Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, April 12, 1984 Coaches sign recruits for NT cagers' season If ■ *- - r 'i- <• V 4' V v < V ■ <- * <- NT netters win match Tuesday, 8-1 The NT men's tennis team defeated Weatherford Col- lege 8-1 in a non-conference dual match Tuesday. In men's singles, NT's Jimmy Rose defeated Emmctt Ervin 7-5, 6-3 and Charles Lewis defeated Weatherford's Karl Marshall 6-0, 6-1. The Eagle's Lee Smith defeat- ed Kelly Sanders 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 and NT's Craig Ander- son defeated Danny Keller 6-0, 4-6, 6-1. NT's Anthony Harris defeated Roy Prather6-2, 6-1 and Weatherford's Richard Derrick defeated Kevin Jones 7-6, 6-3. In doubles competition, NT's Lewis and Jones defeat- ed Marshall and Sanders 5-7, 6-2, 6-4 and the Eagle's Smith and Harris defeated Prathcr and Keller 6-1, 6-1. NT's Todd Gulley and Anderson defeated Ervin and Derrick 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. The win raised the men's team record to 5-9. The team is 1-4 in Southland Conference play. The men'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 April 1984

Thursday, April 12, 1984 International students sponsor cricket games I tfW iv Page 8—The North Texas Daily u *; - ' ■ . . , n >.V> ■' i f ' Pholo by BETH STALIARD BATTER UP—Mike Taylor, Seabrook senior, hits the ball in an intramural softball game Tuesday. Taylor plays for the Spicoli Family, which was defeated by the Commandoes 19-16 in men's B division. Saturday and Sunday the PE Building field will be invaded by cricket—baseball's distant cousin. The International Student Association and the NT Cricket Club will sponsor the First College Invitational Cricket Tournament as part of International Week, which ends Sunday with the cricket finals. Mahmood Panju, captain of the Cricket Club, said the tournament will be the first in the United States Cricket Association's Southwest Conference. The club invited only college teams. The tournament begins at 9:30 a.m. Saturday with NT playing UT-Arlington. UTA defeated NT earlier this semsester 103-102. The second game of the tourname...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

( ! V •r i. " * - i ■ The North Texas Daily Friday, April 13, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 103 Court requires ad hoc committee, rejects appeal By STEFAN I GAMMAGE Staff Writer A unanimous decision by (he Student Association Supreme Court Thursday requires the SA president to appoint an ad hoc committee to study the SA elec- tion code and make recommendations to the assembly for revisions in the code. The 4-0 decision requires the SA presi- dent to appoint an ad hoc committee before the first SA meeting in fall 1984 and calls for the revisions to be incorpo- rated into the SA by-laws before next fall's elections for SA representatives. t he supreme court voted 3-0 to reject an appeal to have the electoral reorgani- zation amendment passed during the SA special election declared unconstitutional. The appeal made by SA member Scott Rudsenske said correct procedures were not followed when the bill was submit- led and passed in the assembly. The court's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

Page 2—The North Texas Daily . ' Friday, April 13, 1984 Events to celebrate Holy Week NT ministries plan Christian awareness programs By LISA SMITH Daily Reporter For many denominations of the Christian faith. Holy Week, which falls between Palm Sunday and Easter, is the week designated as the time toirecognize Jesus Christ's cru- cifixion and resurrection, Barbara Fuhnnann. Catholic campus minister said. This year Holy Week begins Sunday, which is Palm Sunday, and continues through April 22. Easter Sunday. In recognition of the week the Catholic, Episcopal and Meth- odist campus ministries are sponsoring a Christian Awareness Week. "We want to emphasize Christianity and the importance of it in a university setting," Fuhrmann said. The ecumenical event will involve the Catholic, Lutheran and Episcopalian minis- tries. as well as the Wesley Fellowship and Communiversity, she said. Events planned for the week include: TUESDAY 12 p.m. Union Courtyard Methodist Choir concert 1-1:30 p.m....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

f ♦ « ♦ Friday, April 13, 1984 News Briefs Hart looks west for voter support AUSTIN (AP)—Hours after being beaten by Walter Mondale in Pennsylvania's Democratic primary, Colorado Sen. Gary Hart said he was happy the race is moving west. Out West, Mondale's Texas campaign manag- er is ready. "I think we're going to do quite well. I can't put a number on it, but it will be more than a majority," Mondale campaign boss Dwaync Holman said of the May 5 caucuses where Tex- ans will choose the majority of the 200 delegates to the Democratic National Convention. Shuttle to land Friday the 13th SPACE CENTER. Houston (AP)—The space shuttle Challenger will land Friday the 13th, but the astronauts and Mission Control have been avoiding the use of that number haunted by superstition. Under an involved mission numbering system adopted last year by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the current shuttle flight is known as 4I-C. But during the early phases of planning, hundreds of documen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily . . • ' 1 ' . , Friday, April 13, 1984 ! fJP-1 m ■ 'i t. t, 'I mw> "■ "4/ /C«v Haley, Rockport freshman, left, works on strip printing. Sharon Salym, Denton graduate student, right, builds an ottoman. PJSiS ;,tW- •JOt ■ m. K / / — Bi industrial Technology The division of Industrial Techonology has four specialized concentrations. They are manufacturing technology, construction technology, industrial graph- ics technology and industrial sales technology. Manufacturing technology focuses on factory work, while industrial graphics technology concentrates on drafting graphic arts, technical illustration and machine design. Construction techonology focuses on build- ing management and industrial sales technology con- centrates on selling industrial and technical equipment to companies] Industrial technologists are often employed as mem- bers of engineering or technology groups. They par- ticipate in the design, development, production, and marketing of ind...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Friday, April 13, 1984 > r V A « V ¥ « i •fc Students to experiment with lasers, computers in concert Electronic music to highlight Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia show By RUSSELL ROE Staff Writer The Center for Experimental Music and Inter- media will present a concert of student composi- tions at 8 p.m. Monday and 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Intermedia Theater in the Music Balding. The concert will include "Grey Beaches" by Jan Reese. Denton graduate student; "Passacag- lia" hy Gordon Ring, Denton graduate student; "In the Igloo" hy Murk Sutch, Brantford, On- tario, graduate student; "Anamorphosis" hy David Potter, San Antonio graduate student; "Primefib" hy Joshua Lloyd, Dallas senior; "GixkI Question" hy Chip Couey. Denton graduate student; "Tangent" by Amy Quate, South Padre Island graduate student; and "Brobdingnagian" by Har- old Mita. Honolulu, Hawaii, graduate student. "Passacaglia" is a piece with a repeati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 6 Friday, April 13, 1984 1 / ( Wrestling event to feature von Erichs By TIM FOOKS Daily Reporter Sigma Phi Epsilon will sponsor a wrestling event at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Super Pit featuring Kev- in and Michael von Erich against Michael Hayes and Jerry Gray in the main event. Other matches on Sunday's card include Gentle- man Chris Adams against Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin, Iceman King Parsons will go up against the Ugan- dan Giant, Kimala, and the Missing Link will take on Jerry Gray. KEVIN ATTENDED NT in the late '70s on a football scholarship along with his late brother David. The wrestling matches were planned to welcome the von Erichs back to NT. However, David died in February from complications of acute enteritis, in- flammation of the intestine. "I'm sure he (David) would really be fired up about coming back to Denton to wrestle," Kevin said. "We left a lot of blood on fields here. "A LOT OF PEOPLE WONDER how we could go on after David's death,"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

1 / Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, April 13, 1984 Editorials *■ « A Honors Day Emphasis on students' academic excellence at NT has greatly increased these past few years under the guidance of President Al Hurley and with the creation of a Univer- sity Recognition and Honors Day Committee. And rightly so. Traditionally, many U.S. universities have received recognition only for their athletic or non- academic programs, not their chemistry, economics or politi- cal science departments. NT's most famous alumni. Charles "Mean Joe" Greene and Phyllis George Brown, tend to enforce this image, even though both people obviously have above-average intel'igence. Between her beauty and his brawn, NT seems to ' ve offered no recognition for brains, which is simply not true, especially in recent years. A convocation on Honors Day, April 27, will recog- nize students from all colleges and schools who excel in academic performance and who make outstanding contri- butions to NT prog...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily ■ Friday, April 13,1984 SA presidential hopefuls discuss qualifications, goals. . . Continued from page 7 games and rainouts could be avoided with increased playing time denied from light- ning the field. Graduate Students—In my call for increased student participation in the SA my primary concern is the lack of gradu- ate student representation on SA under the proposed electorial reorganization. Thev need to be included in SA because they make up a large protion of the stu- dent body. Faculty Evaluations This is a moot point, yet it is constantly brought up by people running for SA president. I pro- pose thai students stop filling out facul- ty evaluations, thinking they will get results. These evaluations arc used by the departments in evaluating faculty with its own criteria. A viable faculty rating guide for stu- dents is possible yet not likely. Such a document would have to administered by students and I don't think the taculty would appreciate stu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

Friday, April 13,1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 9 i i ♦ « f . . .Candidates disagree on role of student government Continued from page 8 Mitchell: My main goal as SA president would be to make SA more visible to the students and to change the SA from a passive umbrella organization to an active campus body. Henderson: I plan on instituting the pro- grams mentioned earlier by working to- ward more cooperation between the vari- ous facets of campus, and by improving our communications network. We want to create programs that truly serve stu- dent's needs, thereby creating enthusi- asm and a desire to participate. People care and get involved in programs that benefit. 'The Graham/Garland plat- form is very different than those seen in the past. We are looking to imple- ment many new programs, thus our slogan is "A New Deal for NT.'" —Graham Place 3 How would you have handled the Avesta Lounge controversy last fall? Newell: The Avesta Lounge belongs to the students. It should remain th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 April 1984

tsrjf orum The North Texas Daily Page 10 Friday, April 13,1984 Joe Barnhart /Nations' populations explode into serious problem Two critical problems for the human spe- cies at present and into the second millenni- um A.C.F.. are (1) world population growth and (2) the increase and spread of nuclear arms. Recently an engineer in Piano, Texas, suggested that the population growth problem has been greatly exaggerated, since it will correct itself by the "nat- ural" processes of war, famine and plague. He did not. however, offer himself or his own children tc be a part of this putative natural process. He was thinking of the children of other parents in other parts of the world. Population growth beyond a certain point is a problem only if we are concerned about human happiness and freedom. The fact that India increased its population by 15 million in 1983, and China by 13 million, would be of little significance if such increases did not generate greater human misery. By the close of t...

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

The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 17, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 104 . i J SA candidates to run under new amendment By STKFANI GAMMAGE Staff Writer The .Student Association election Wednes- day and Thursday, the first to be conducted under the SA's new electoral amendment, has drawn llJ candidates from four colleges and schools and 11 candidates for at-large positions. Five candidates arc running for SA president. David Wyrostck. SA vice president and inter- im director of rules and elections, said he antici- pates a good turnout for the election because of the presidential race. "I'm not expecting anything overwhelm- ing," he said, "but we may get from 1,200 to 2.000 people, if we're lucky." Ballot boxes will be outside the University Store anil in Wooten Hall from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and outside the Willis Library from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wyrostck said. I hi- new electoral reorganization amendment changes Article II of the SA Constitution, which ...

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

1 I Commentary The North Texas Daily Editorial Page 2 Tuesday, April 17, 1984 And so it continues Official reprimands, iike poorly conducted elections and unanswered telephones, seem to abound in the Student Association lately. The SA Supreme Court decided Thursday that the SA was negligent in conducting the recent special election for an electoral reorganization amendment, and voted 3-1 that such negligence should be punished with another official reprimand. The SA's first official repri- mand this semester was given by rules and elections director Lillian German to herself, after SA member Tom Anderson complained about polls being closed during voting hours and the absence of copies of the amendment at the ballots. Anderson may think his efforts to invalidate the elec- tion were in vain, since in the SA an official reprimand means as much as a Walter Mondale promise; but the Supreme Court, while not invalidating the election or the constitutional amendment, did vote 4-0 to commend...

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

Tuesday, April 17, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 i • X News Briefs Gunmen kill U.S. embassy employee SAN SALVADOR, HI Salvador (AP>—Gunmen riding in a taxi assassinated the highest-ranking Salvadoran employee of the U.S. Embassy securi- ty stall Monday as his car stopped at a traffic light, an embassy spokesman said. The yellow taxi full of armed men drew along- side the car driven by Joaquim Alfredo Zapata Romero and the gunmen opened fire, killing him instantly and wounding his wife, said spokesman Gregory Lagana. Yolanda Zapata was wounded in the face and neck, Lagana said, but the couple's daughter Lindora, also riding in the car, was not injured. The attack occurred near the Camino Real Hotel in northwestern San Salvador. Lagana said the security official had worked for the embassy for eight years and was chief of Salvadoran security personnel at the embassy, and was responsible for about 20 full-time security agents. Taiwanese react to Reagan's trip TAIPEI, Taiwan (Al')...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 17, 1984 Educator discusses China's social growth, changes Country's cultural revolution becomes a cultural destruction By JENNIFER SIMMONS Daily Reporter China has gone through many chang- es since the cultural revolution, Tingbi Wang, visiting professor from the Peo- ples Republic of China, said in a lec- ture last week for Elderhostel. "It was more of a cultural destruc- tion than a cultural revolution," Wang said."Sometimes it was hidden behind a curtain and sometimes it was obvious. By the mid 60's, it was obvious to all." Wang is a faculty member at the Peking Institute of Foreign Trade in the Peoples Republic of China. He teaches English as a second language, linguistics and business correspondence. Before the cultural revolution, he trans- lated French and German treaties. When Mao Tse-tung died in ll)76, the revolution came to an end. "The government structure was par- alyzed. Workers stayed away from fac- tories and production wa...

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

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, April 17, 1984 I w | * ' « t A. > mm* X^fcv>7-'\ i P®:1 'iii-'i ■h'.v .1 SHKBkS'ii gElpg^ ■ Photo by BETH STAtLARD SIMON SAYS A WAND AND A TWO—Geoffrey Music Building Concert Hall. Simon will conduct Simon conducts the NT Symphony Orchestra in the his last NT orchestra performance Wednesday Lecture series schedules jazz bassist Ron Carter Ron Carter, renowned jazz bassist, will be the eighth speaker in the Jazz Lecture Series at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. today in the Music Building Recital Hall. Carter, who has been named Jazz Bassist of the Year by the International Jazz Critics Pol I of Down- NT Jazz beat Magazine from llJ73 through 1980, has record- ed with Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Freddie Hubbard and Carly Simon. Denton Bicycle Center Professional Bicycle Center Mon -Sat 9-6 1700 N Elm 387-9314 HYPNOSIS TO REDUCE DEPRESSION Volunteer for psy- chology research. Learn hypnosis as a way to reduce feelings of depres- si...

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

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 17, 1984 Students to research hypnosis as depression treatment Stress, self-doubts, anxiety, major decisions, changes in lifestyle may trigger emotional problems By SUSAN RIGGS Daily Reporter Theories suggesting hypnosis as a treatment for depression have not been substantiated by scientific research, said Carol Swenson, Den- ton graduate student in counseling psychology. Swenson and Linda Kersch, Denton gradu- ate student, are conducting research in the psy- chology department to investigate these theories. Their research will require about 30 volun- teers who think they may be depressed, Swenson said. The depression could be recent or have been going on for a long time, she said. "The participants in the research should be volunteering to experience hypnosis as well as learning techniques of self-hypnosis which they can apply to their lives at any time." DEPRESSION IS AN EXTREMELY common experience among people, Swenson said, and can be ...

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