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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, April 17, 1984 iv I' f Wrestlers duke it out at NT Screaming fans welcome world class champs -V"4. Photo by KIMBERLY KIKER * * • ♦ • l- • 1* \ * « * 4 « * • • . I • i * • • 11 1*' ' y t - r\ YcJf Terry Gordy, left, and Kevin von Erich By TIM FOOKS Daily Reporter World Class Championship Wrestling per- formed its eight-act circus in the NT Colise- um Sunday afternoon, much to the delight of the estimated 4,(XX) screaming fans. Show girls (Precious and Sunshine), a clown (The Miss- ing Link) and a freak show (the Ugandan Giant) were all on hand. Sportscope Mark Lowrance served as ring master and David Manning and Bronco Luhich were the lion tamers. The big top was the NT Coliseum and the wrestlers played the animals. Someone should have called the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to put them out of their misery. About the only thing the fans didn't react to, probably because they were unaware of it, was the fact that all the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1984

I Page 8—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 17, 1984 Cager coaches sign recruits for season By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer Women's basketball coach Judy Buckles signed five recruits, and men's coach Tommy Newman signed seven to next year's Eagle basketball teams. Joining the women's team next year will be Sheila Stowe, Sharon Ross, Barbara Williams, Cheryl Woodruff and Kris Fisher; the men's recruits are Denni* Smith, Adrian Frazier, Michael Strange, William Smith. Paul Meyer. Bobby Stastny and Larry Banks. THE 5-7 STOWE SCORED 929 points dur- ing her two years at Grayson County College in Denison. She made 44 percent of her field- goal attempts, 75 percent of her free throws and averaged 4.4 steals per game. She was named all-region two years and a Junior Col- lege Hall of Fame All-Star. Buckles coached Stowe at Grapevine High School. Stowe was named the district's most valuable player, all-Tarrant County, first team all-region and state all-star. "Sheila's one of the finest athle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 18, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 105 Haynie receives 'Fessor Graham Award By STEFAN I GAMMAGE Staff Writer Trumpeter John Haynie of the music fat ui- ty reclined in his office Tuesday, pondering on how he arrived at this point in his life and reflecting on the end of his 34th year at NT. Haynie was chosen as this year's recipient ot the Tessor Graham Award, given to a fac- ulty member voted outstanding by students. The award is based 30 percent on teaching and 70 percent on a professor's concern for students Haynie's office is a personal statement of his life— mouthpieces sit in a row on the windowsill. his high school trumpet fits snuggly into lis velvet resting place in an enclosed glass case surrounded by medals, recording equip- ment occupies one wall, a piano occupies another. Music stands sit empty waiting for the next student to come for a lesson, several trumpet cases rest in a corner while cassettes an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

The North Texas Daily ■ Page 2 Wednesday, April 18, 1984 Editorials Spring cleaning he elect- Today, spring cleaning begins for the Student Associa- tion. New assembly members will be selected in today's and Thursday's election under the electoral reorganization amendment. Most of these members will have constitu- ents—a first for NT's SA. Although only half the members of the SA wi ed by the amendment, and only two-thirds of these will have constituents, this election marks a beginning and positive direc- tion for the association. To give this amendment le- gitimacy, students must vote in this week's election. More than 5 or 6 percent of NT stu- dents must vote in the election before the SA can become a truly representative body. The association has only as much clout as students give it. When administrators and faculty members view the SA next year, they will remember if less than 10 percent voted in the election, and treat student issues and the SA president accordingly. So. vote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

Wednesday, April 18, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 f t i News Briefs Court upholds police search powers WASHINGTON (AP)—The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 Tuesday that the government may eon- duct sweeping searches of factories for illegal aliens while immigration agents block the exits. Justice William H. Relinquish in his opinion for the majority, said the agents were asking fac- tory workers if they were U.S. citizens or legal residents, and the workers were not compelled to respond. But, in a strongly worded dissent, Justice Wil- liam J. Brennan said. "What is striking about today's decision is its studied air of unreality." In a second decision dealing with the Fourth Amendment, the court reaffirmed the 60-year-old legal doctrine that lets police officers search "open fields" without a search warrant. Senator calls mining a scare tactic HOUSTON (AP)—An Alabama senator says the mining of Nicaraguan ports is only a scare tactic aimed at gunrunners shipping arms into Cen- tral Americ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

I 11 Page 4—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 18, 1984 - yZP'M1* mw*m : . Library contains handmade books Willis keeps rare collection of works dating back to 1478 By SHARON BUTCHER Special Writer NT's Willis Library contains more than just books. Early books were major art forms. They contained hand-written text, elaborate pictures and silver plat- ed outside coners trimmed in jewels. These books were completely constructed by hand instead of machines like today's books. Handmade books and other uncommon books have been obtained for a Rare Book Collection, which is on the fourth floor of the library. OTHER CONTENTS OF THE RARE BOOK Collection are art folios, travel narratives, ISth cen- tury English literature, French drama and Civil War material, said Dr. Kenneth Lavender, university bibliographer. Lavender selects the books that will be added to the rare book collection. The earliest printed book in the collection is Seneca's Opera Philosohica written in 1478. Other importan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

Wednesday, April 18, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 DANCING IN THE STREETS— Participants in the Fry Street Fair dance to the music of bands playing at the event. One Sigma Alpha Mu mem- ber estimated that approximately 3,000 people attended the annual street fair. Photo By SAL SESSA African Student Organization leader lists objectives Group plans cultural activities, encourages academic projects on socio-political issues By DAWN CRAMER Daily Reporter One of the main goals of the NT Organiza- tion of African Students is to work toward the unity ol" African students attending the university. "We are the future leaders of our continent," said Fredrick Ighoavodha, Emede, Nigeria, graduate student and president of the organi- zation. "Unity among us now will lead to uni- ty later. This is our first and foremost goal." The organization, formed one year ago, has 15 members. Ighoavodha said they encourage other students to join their organization. The group has several academic projects ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

? Arts & Bntei tainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Wednesday, April 18, 1984 * ■ * Orchestra performs tonight Faculty members to perform as featured soloists By RUSSELL ROE Staff Writer Four NT music faculty members will be featured soloist^ in Sinfonia Concertante in E Flat by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to be per- formed by the Symphony Orchestra at 8:15 p.m. today in the Music Building Concert Hall. The soloists are Charles Veazcy on oboe, John Scott on clarinet. Sue Schrier on bas- soon and William Scharnbcrg on French horn. The orchestra will also perform "Capriccio Italicn" by Piotr llyitch Tchaikovsky and "The Rite of Spring" by Igor Stravinsky. The concert will be the last with Geoffrey Simon as conductor. He will resign at the end of the semester to record with Chandos Records in London. Simon was born in Australia and studied piano, cello, literature and philoso- phy at Melbourne University. He has performed with the Munich Phil- harmonic, Milwaukee Symphony, St. Louis S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

* Br * ■" *" I"* . 1- • I 4 "I" * . < - ' \ * •r- > • w : I • ♦ I - : 'h"' Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, April 18, 1984 McCain names Hobdy as head of promotions By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The secret is out. Jim Hobdy, the man behind the "The secret is out" Homecoming pro- motional campaign, has been hired to replace Bill Vogel as director of ath- letic fund-raising and promotions. He will start Monday. Vogel resigned Jan. I, saying that the job was too strenuous for him. NT Homecoming Hobdy, a 37-year-old sales promot- er and graphic artist at Moore Busi- ness Forms, graduated from NT in 1969 with a degree in advertising design. He worked as the voluntary publicity chairman for the Homecom- ing committee the last two years. Fred McCain, NT athletic director, said Hobdy's duties will be to raise money in Denton County for the ath- letic department and to promote all athletic events. McCain said Hobdy was selected for the position because "he had a background ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 18, 1984 'But girls' fly with Eagle baseball team Daduh daduh duduh daduh duduh daduli daduh daduh. Batgirl! NT doesn't have a women's varsity baseball team, but there are women participating in the men's varsity baseball program—the "bat girls." Debbie Donaldson, DeSoto sophomore. Sherry Mor- gan, Greenville senior, and Gina Bcshara, Richardson junior, make up the first crew of Mean Green "bat girls," and they all highly recommend the job. Beshara said, "It's a lot of fun. You get to meet interesting people. It's not like a job where you have to go. It's something to get involved." Donaldson said the women pick up bats and helmets around home plate, chase foul balls, and "stay out of the way." Although there are only two home games left in the season, the women said more "bat girls" are needed. "We could use a lot more," Beshara said. "The coach wanted at least five of us: one for each dugout, two to chase fouls and one in the concessio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

* The North Texas Daily Thursday, April 19, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 106 NT President A1 Hurley will host the fourth student coffee of the sem- ester at 2 p.m. today in the Uni- versity Union Golden Eagle Suite. NT to break ground for services building By STEFAN! GAMMAGE Staff Writer The ground-breaking ceremony for the Uni- versity Services Building will be at I p.m. today at the construction site near the football practice field, said Fred Pole, vice president for administrative affairs Wednesday. The building is designed to increase effi- ciency and productivity by housing coordinat- ed services in one building. Kay McFarland, director of facilities plan- ning and construction, said the 50,000-square- Ibot building will house the Print Shop, Bind- ery, purchasing and central receiving offices and will be on a site between the football prac- tice field and the intramural field. POLE SAID THE supervisors of the ser- vices to be housed in the bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, April 19, 1984 Editorials Polish spirit Although the Polish government has been largely suc- cessful in quelling street demonstrations of the Solidarity era. it's discovering that the spirit of Solidarity cannot be killed by government decree. As of March 27, government officials said 427 Polish people were imprisoned because of political reasons, twice as many as six months ago. But despite government per- secution and harassment, the Polish intelligentsia remains enraptured with the dream of a free Poland. Publishing houses still publish works of history and literature, scholarly journals and weekly news sheets; aca- demics and artists deliver lectures in churches; indepen- dent study groups (known as "flying universities") travel across the country; illegally duplicated tape cassettes ol political lectures pass from Polish hand to Polish hand. The increase in the number of free-thinking Polish citi- zens imprisoned by the government is obvio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

Thursday, April 19, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 i News Briefs Grant to aid missing, exploited children WASHING TON (AP)—The Justice Department announced Wednesday a $3.3 million grant to set up a National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to help parents and law enforcement agen- cies prevent child exploitation and locate missing children. "This is a dream come true," said John Walsh, a south Florida parent who has become a national spokesman on issues dealing with missing chil- dren since his 6-year-old son, Adam, was abduct- ed from a Hollywood, Fla., shopping mall. Alfred S. Rcgnery, head of the Justice De- partment's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delin- quency Prevention, which made the grant, said the government estimates that 5,()0() children are abducted each year by strangers. British lift siege of Libyan embassy LONDON (AP)—Police sharpshooters ringed the Libyan Embassy Wednesday and British offi- cials negotiated with its occupants a day after a burst of sub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily 'Sweat Box' spells 'macho' Kendall residents make the most of it By JILL WOJCIECHOWSKI Daily Reporter Kendall Hall, commonly called the "Sweat Box" by hall residents, is more than just the run-of-the-mill residence hall. "A type of brotherhood has developed at Kendall," Greg Sawyer, Kendall Hall director and Columbus, Ohio, graduate stu- dent said. "Living here is like belonging to a fraternity. The only difference is that residents don't have to pay to belong. The only fee is the housing payment required by the university." He said the attitude at Kendall has not always been a positive. "Residents resented being in Kendall. 1 know that because I felt it and a lot of peo- ple tried to transfer out of here." When he took over the position of hall director last summer. Sawyer said he saw the hall as being an old building without air conditioning that housed international stu- dents and the Air Force ROTC offices. "The overall physical appearance of the bui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

<\ < .. - I 1 > n • i * • ( Thursday, April 19, 1984 Photo by ANNE SMITH PLAY THAT TUNE—Bassist Ron Carter performs at the Jazz Lecturer Series in the Music Building Recital Hall. Carter performed and lectured earlier this week. Hance's campaign gets loan boost AUSTIN (AP)—Campaign financc statements show that U.S. Rep. Kent Hance had more cash available to him entering the final month of the Demo- cratic U.S. Senate race than the two oth- er major contenders. Hance's campaign was bolstered by a $5(X),(XX) loan he made to it. Hance's report, filed with the Federal Elections Commission this week, showed a March 31 balance of $ l 11 million in the May 5 primary race. Front-runner Bob krueger, who also loaned his own campaign $500,000, re- ported a March 31 balance totaling $429,869. The third candidate, state Sen. Lloyd Doggett, reported a balance of $540,483. The reports showed that Krueger's cam- paign received more contributions than either of the top two challengers, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

1 Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, April 19, 1984 Cassette industry prospers Advancements improve popularity By CRAIG VANBEBBER Special Writer The video cassette movie industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the country. And there's no end to that growth in sight. Debbie White, manager of The Video Sta- tion in Denton, said the prerecorded movie industry's success can be attributed to the revolutionary progress in the VC'R "Every year, the machines get lighter, cheap- er and more compact. Thev are also much more advanced today." White said there are two main types of vid- eo recorders: Beta and VHS. She said her store, which rents and sells prerecorded video cassettes, does much more business with the VHS brand of video record- ers. "I'd say that 70-75 percent of the machines in Denton are VHS machines. There just aren't as many Betas in smaller towns. When you get into larger cities like Dallas, the distribu- tion is more even." Video sto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

Thursday, April 19, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 4 I J. i' Photo by BETH STAILARD Becky Granato, Seattle, Wash., freshman, rehearses for a dance lecture Class presents German play tonight Performance becomes final exam, semester project for students By TONYA MeMURRAY Staff Writer "Zu Treuen Handcn" (In Loyal Hands) will be presented at 7:30 p.m. today in Matthews Hall 328. The play is free and open to the public. The play, performed in German, will be presented by students in Dr. Solvcig Olscn's Modern German Theater class. The play, a comedy written by Erich Kastner, begins when Hannsgcorg is brought to live with his uncle in order to pursue his medical studies in Munich, West Germany. His uncle, Thomas, is a successful fiction writer. Although the play will be performed in German, the piogram contains an English synopsis of the play, and before each act a summary will be given in both English and German to help the audi- ence follow the action in the play. "We do this knowing...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 April 1984

Sports Golfers finish first round The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, April 19, 1984 By TIM FOOKS Daily Reporter Theta Chi's Pat Holloway shot an opening round 36 for nine holes to lead the intramural golf tourna- ment Tuesday. Finals for the 18-hole tournament were scheduled for Wednesday at the NT golf course. Behind Holloway, Kevin Springfield of Sigma Nu, Roger Wyche of the Pikes, Craig Walker of Clark Hall and Adrian Dominguez of Kappa Alpha were tied at 37. Wyche, and teammate Wayne Canter, teamed with a pair from the Sig Eps. Canter shot an opening round 40. The four-man teams in the tournament are broken into twosomes and combined with pairs from other teams. The scores can be kept honest by doing this, said John Campbell, assistant recreational sports director. Wyche said it's tough to say who will win the tournament, but made it clear that the winning team will have to overcome bumpy putting greens. "They are not real good," he said. "They are bumpy. We had a hard time ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

V \ The North Texas Daily Friday, April 20, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 107 Today The NT Daily publishes 12 pages, and highlights are: • Page 9—Editorial cartoons on American pol- itics; • Page 10—Letters to the editor; • Page 11—Sheila Raven reflects on attending high school with Gary Hartt pence), and Fritz Schanz discusses The Green Fuse. Graham, Garland win SA presidential election Bv ROBERT SHELTON Staff Writer NT students elected Rob Graham presi- •«iul Greg Garland vice president of ... dent Association for the 1984-85 ycai 3nd adopted a constitutional amend- ment providing two faculty and one ad- ministrative representative to the SA. During Wednesday's and Thursday's election, there were 1.192 ballots cast, about 5 percent of NT's enrollment. The Graham-Garland ticket received a majority of the votes cast for president. 591 out of 1.172 votes. Tim Newell and Andy Wallace fin- ished second in the presidential election with 215 votes. The ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

Page 2—The North Texas Daily Friday, April 20, 1984 # V;'.i Photo by TOMMY HUITGREN SO. WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD?—Lloyd Wolfe of Poindexten Con- struction Co. welds and cuts pipes in between the GAB and the Power Plant. Educator speaks on Nigerian rights By LAWANA HARRELL Daily Reporter Many Nigerian civil rights have been suspended in the wake of a Dec. 31 military coup Dr. L. Adele Jinadu, a Nigerian political scientist at the Universi- ty of Lagos said. Jinadu said such events represent a state of emergency, but do not pose a long term threat to civil rights in Nigeria. Jinadu spoke to an audience of 75 peo- ple on the topiCj "Federalism, Human Rights and Military Government in Nige- ria Today." His 'talk was part of a lec- ture series on "Federal Democracy and Human Rights" sponsored by the politi- cal science department. Since the coup, the military has the authority to confiscate personal property and detain critics of the government for FULTZ NEWS On The Square 114 N. Locust 387...

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