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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

Friday, April 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 A . ■ . ' . News Briefs Khadafy protests embassy siege LONDON (AP)—With Britain and Libya in a diplomatic standoff, Libyan leader Col. Moammar Khadafy said Thrusday he would settle for "nothing else" but the lifting of the siege of his nation's London embassy. Britain stuck to its demand to question the trapped Libyans and search the building for arms. Britain brushed aside Khadafy's claim that Brit- ish police were to blame for Tuesday's fatal shoot- ing of a policewoman during an anti-Khadafy demonstration outside the embassy. "His allegations are totally false," a Foreign Office spokesman said after Khadafy charged in a U.S. television interview from his capital. Tripoly, that British police and helicopters had attacked the embassy last Tuesday. Candidates struggle for Texas votes AUSTIN (AP)—And then there were three. The Democratic presidential race, once crowd- ed by seven candidates, has reached Texas with Sen. Gary Hart and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

Artsf& The North Texas Daily Page 4 Friday, April 20, 1984 Photo by BETH STALLARD FREE FLIGHT—NT dance students perform an interpretive dance for a dance cert will be April 26-28. Dance Awareness Week will be observed at NT April lecture in the Women's Gym. The Student Choreography Spring Dance con- 23-27. Drama Notes April 23, 24 Anne Sexton's '"Transformations." Dr. Ralph B. Gulp will direct the Drama 105 class. S p.m., Speech Building Studio Theater. Tickets are S2. April 27, 28 Henry Ibsen's "Ghost." Presented by Kjell Johansen of the foreign languages and literatures department and Dr. James Linebarger of the English department X p.m., Speech Building Studio Theater. Tickets are S2. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ ★ * * * * * GET READY FOR SUMMER AT the Olympic Gym Fitness Center GRAND OPENING SPECIAL—SATURDAY APRIL 21 S145 YEARLY MEMBERSHIP IF PURCHASED IN APRIL Regular Student Membership: $256.50 per yr men & S175.50 per yr women No Contracts * Paramount Universal Sig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

Friday, April 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 I ¥ # P * / I "V v if / •• A " I ♦ • w Photo by ANNE SMITH TICKLING THE IVORIES-Wayne Tolbert, Maple Hall custodian, plays in the Maple Hall living room. Tolbert occasionally plays in the afternoon to en- tertain students. Chorus performs Monday The NT Women's Chorus will perform classical and secular pieces in Latin, German, French and English at 8:15 p.m. Monday in the Music Building Concert Hall. The chorus, directed by Debbie King. Fort Worth ^graduate student, w ill perform baroque works through the 20th century, including compositions from Anto- nio Lotti, Wolfgang Almadeus Mo/art, Johannes Brahms, Francais Poulanc and Matyas Seibert. Make Money in College Earn $185 to $475+ weekly, working with MCL and Associates. We have a lot of part-time and full-time positions available in your area. We are a small, yet rapidly expanding marketing research firm based in the New York Metropolitan area. For complete details and an applicat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily w- Friday, April 20, 1984 Photo by TOMMY ^ULTGREN HALLELUJAH— The NT Folk Group sings Christian songs in the Union as part of Christian Awareness Week. Members of the group are Kathleen McGill, Baytown freshman, Kathy Turpin, chorus director, Mary Bresmahan Denton senior, and Robin Rain, Dallas senior. Traditions abound at Eastertide Holiday marks Christian, natural resurrection By KIM MCGUFFIN Special Writer An Easter Wish May the glad dawn of Easter morn Bring joy to thee May the calm eve Of Easter leave A peace divine with thee May Easter night On thine heart write, O Christ, I live for thee Anonymous Easter is the Christian's celebration of Christ's res- urrection and the celebration of spring. Since no one knows the exact date of the resurrec- tion, Easter is the celebration of an event instead of the actual anniversary of the event itself. The day of celebration was set by the Council of Nicein in 325 A.D. as the first Sunday following the first fu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

Li Friday, April 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 "t -I 1 • * • w 4! . v • ./ Female trainers keep players under wraps t / /• 1 > i i - i V. I ► / i v I Tami Hiicldleston, Naples senior, adjusts the neckroll of David Wierhime, Helton freshman v,! ; V -V ft /1 . •« w. r * Debbie Christian, Richardson sophomore, wraps the wrist of Artemio Robles, Dallas freshman, before football practice Sandy McLeroy, Dallas graduate student and athletic trainer at NT, said her role as athletic trainer is like having 200 big brothers. "You have to almost be like them (the players) and think like them to get along with them, " she said. McLeroy is one of four female athletic trainers who take care of male and female athletes at NT. The trainers' duties include taping athletes' joints, applying ice packs and other treatments for injuries and recommending exercises to strengthen the injured part of the body. The trainers are the first to arrive and the last to leave athletic practice. They are r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

I I ! Pi r* I < * Pho h p N ai ti sioni Stlldl ham wuii ti of il mem posit nig t N' on V aginj from I Rati 38 I I — % i A I X I X i % % Sports The North Texas Daily Page 8 Friday, April 20, 1984 Easter run to benefit Olympic team By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer The first Sigma Tau Gamma Eas- ter Run will begin at Fouts Field at 9 a.m. Saturday. There will be a 10- kilometer run and a one-mile fun run. Registration will continue until race- time. Fees are $7 for the 10K run and $4 for the one-mile run. There arc no late registration fees. All proceeds will benefit the United States Olympic team, said Xavier Castillo, Sigma Tau Gamma community service chairman and Denton senior. Pre-registration applications arc avail- able at the Sigma Tau Gamma house at 924 Avenue B. There arc five divisions each for men and women in the I0K run: 13 and under. 14-20, 21-29, 30-39, and 40 and older. Gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded to the first, second and third place winners, res- pec...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, April 20, 1984 Editorials Search and seizure what's the ftfoeuM WITH -THE STUDCAJT A<£ocMriON? I he lir Is" |o- lii.it ihc Ink ■we lild The Supreme Court Tuesday decided that the U.S. Immi- gration and Naturalization Service has the right to raid factories and block exits in its search for illegal aliens. In July 1983, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco judiciously ruled that the INS tactic of raid- ing factories and blocking exits violates the fourth Amendment's ban of illegal searches and seizures. But. the Supreme Court disagreed. Justice William Rehnquist, writing the majority opinion, said that mere questioning by police or a request for indcntification papers does not constitute seizure under the Fourth Amendment. Agents were stationed at the exits, he said, merely to | ensure that everyone was questioned. Of course, the only one's to be questioned are those of obvious foreign origin. The Fourth Amendment g...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

i"vs. Forum The North Texas Daily Page 10 F"day, April 20, 1984 Letters International students want to contribute to university With its editorial, "A Small World (April II issue)," The Daily has finally proved to be really interested in international activi- ties on campus. As you said, an interna- tional student become a quiet, voiceless person in the back of the classroom, and in the backs of other students' and teachers' minds. Also. 1 believe international students were ignored by The Daily in the past. When 1 first came here three years ago, I hardly saw any articles and pictures of internation- al students in The Daily. But now, 1 see more and more. The more you realize the importance of international students, the less gap there will be between us and other students. You are also the mirror of international culture, and if you maintain to be the rep- resentative of both the majority and minori- ty equally, possibly NT may be the first socialist society on campus. We know we ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

1 t * > i „ • ¥ J 1 1 Friday, April 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 11 Sheila Raven III 'Did Gary Hartpence sign your yearbook?' * Sen. Gary Hart will come to Texas this week to campaign. I won't be there to greet him. Some time ago, the Co- lorado Democrat said he had changed his name from Hartpence to Hart. Like dry leaves shifting in a breeze, his revelation stirred something in my brain. Unusual name, I thought to myself, and even though it sounded familiar, 1 soon forgot it. Then on March 15 at a conference in Dallas, I leaned forward to get a closer look at the Wall Street Journal lying on the seat in front of me. The dateline, Ottawa, Kan., and Hart's name leaped off the page at me and turned breeze in my brain to a howling hurricane. What was my hometown doing on the front page of The Journal? As far as I know. The Journal never realized the town existed before that day. AS I READ DOWN the page, I realized why my mother always said if it was raining soup I'd be outsid...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 April 1984

m I Page 12—The North Texas Daily Friday, April 20, 1984 Hemingway's cousin reminisces about writer's life DfcL RIO (AP)—Ernest Hemingway ex- pressed his thoughts best on paper. His cousin, Norman Hemingway, does his story-telling vocally. Bearing a striking likeness to his famous cousin, Norman Hemingway said the thing they had most in common was drinking. They en- joyed getting together to "toss a few," he said. Norman, a bearded and robust man, first met the famous author in Havana, Cuba, in 1948. Norman was a pilot in the Air Force at the time and was subsequently sent to the Navy in an exchange program. He found himself working on a submarine that docked in Cuba. "My Air Force buddy said, 'Why don't we go to Cuba?' " Norman agreed. They radioed the admiral, and permission was granted. The submarine went to Cuba. "You never get anything if you don't ask," Norman said. What he did get was a meeting with his long-lost cousin. Because of a split in the family during the Civil War, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

> i * \ . r. 4 1 l" 4 i ♦ i The North Texas Daily Tuesday, April 24, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 108 Photo by ANNE SMITH I CAN WEIGHT—William Cantu, San Antonio senior, dem- onstrates weight machines to students during a weight training class. The class meets at 2 p.m. Mondays, Wed- nesdays and Fridays. Dean says checklist exists for procedures By STEFAN I GAMMAGE Staff Writer The Student Association passed a bill last week that states the Dean of Stu- dents Office should develop a checklist to use during disciplinary procedures, hut the dean of students said Monday that a checklist already exists to ensure students receive due process. Once the Dean of Students Office learns of a possible infraction of university rules. Dean Joe Stewart said, an administrator reviews it. checks the circumstances and interviews the people involved. He said his office then presents this information to the student to give the stu- dent an opportunity to clarify hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, April 24, 1984 Editorials Street hazards Last Tuesday, a disabled student was struck by a car as she drove her electric-powered wheelchair on Ave. E. Fortunately, she was not seriously injured. Neither was the driver of the car. NT Police Chief Dan Martin said the incident demon- strates the hazards of driving a slow-moving vehicle like a wheelchair on a public street. The incident also demon- strates the hazards of walking or riding bicycles on public streets. It is true that Denton police arrested the driver and charged him with driving while intox- icated, but whether the man was drunk or not does not free either NT or the City of Denton from a share of guilt for the accident. Granted, it is not wise to drive a wheelchair in traffic, but the student had little choice. There is no designated bicycle or pedestrian lane, and no more than a quarter of a mile of sidewalk on either side of the street. On the east side of the street the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

! ? I* Tuesday, April 24, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 I - > i A . v -i 1- * r News Briefs China trip elicits optimism HONOLULU (AP)— U.S. offi- cials arc optimistic that President Ron- ald Reagan and Chinese leaders will sign an interim agreement on com- mercial nuclear cooperation between their two nations when the president visits China later this week. But there would "have to be a firm commitment" from the Chinese to work out differences over the handling of nuclear waste products, said a senior administration official traveling with Reagan. The president conferred Monday with aides in preparation for his meet- ings in Peking. "The Soviet capability and Soviet threat is of concern to us, the Japanese, and probably the Chinese," said one senior official accompanying Reagan. Scientists find AIDS virus WASHINGTON (AP)—Govern- ment researchers said Monday that they have discovered and isolated a virus that is the probable cause of AIDS, the mysterious and deadly disease tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Society initiates members Alpha Lambda Delta seeks strength By ROSANNA ADAMS Daily Reporter Alpha Lambda Delta, NT's chapter of the nation- al freshman and sophomore honor society, will initiate 35 members at 8 p.m. tonight in University Union 413. The society, which now has only six members, plans to grow in strength and unity, Margaret Soch, Dallas sophomore and society president, said. The society sent invitations to 120 eligible students, but only 35 of those prospective mem- bers responded, Soch said. All members must have a grade point average of at least 3.5, she said. "We are trying to stay active," she said, "These students are getting a good start in their college careers by making good grades. Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta is a good way to honor them. "Many of the pledges heard about us trying to stay active and said they were looking forward to being members." The society has four main events each year. "We try to have at least one service...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

Tuesday, April 24, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 V: '' J.- J * % Si"1 > I I !' > \ { A \ \ 1/ I . * > r ► V U Haig fears Cuban offense Country could ruin U.S. strategy COLLEGE STATION (AP)—Former secretaries of state Henry Kissinger and Alexander Haig said last week at a news conference at Texas A&M that they both fear a major offensive by Cuban-backed forces in Central America could undermine public- support for U.S. strategy in Central America. Both men said such an offensive could, like the massive Tet Offensive of the Vietnam War, raise a long, drawn out guerrilla war and erode United States popular support for Reagan Administration efforts in Central America. Kissinger said such an offensive in Nicaragua or El Salvador could result in a "crushing defeat" for the U.S. cause. And both men said such an offen- sive could happen within a year unless the adminis- tration puts forth a total program for defeating Cuban and Soviet-backed stategies in the region. "1 woul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

■mm 1 \ Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Tuesday, April 24, 1984 Lack of audience means double tragedy for program Students in 'Opera Scenes' provide enchanting evening to 35 filled, 615 vacant seats By DENISE KOHN Staff Writer A tragedy occurred at "Opera Scenes" Satur- day night in the Concert Hall. But unlike most operas, the greatest tragic occurrence was not a result of an opera's plot. The tragedy was the audience. The NT opera students performed the scenes to 615 vacant seats and 35 people. But those 35 people in the audience had a wonderful time. NT'S "OPERA Scenes" was truly an en- chanted evening. The stage sets were small and simple, but effective. The costumes were not elaborate, but velvet and lace were un- necessary. The grandeur of the show was in the talent of the performers. The first presentation was the final scene from the opera "Intermezzo" by Richard Strauss. The opera focuses on conductor Rob- ert Storch, played by Charles Gafford, Den- to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

: l < i Sports The North Texas Daily i/ 24, Page 7 Tuesday, Aprif 24, 1984 .* i V t ft H . ** I 1 i ' .-'1 .. Run raises $900 for Olympics Fraternity Easter event draws 157 I I m By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer Sigma Tau Gamma community service chairman Xavier Castillo said 157 run- ners competed in the fraternity's first 10- kilometer Easter Run Saturday morning at Fouts Field. "We were able to take in over $900 on behalf of the United States Olympic team, only a little short of our goal (of $1,000)," Castillo said. First, second and third place winners in each category were awarded gold, silver and bronze medals, respectively. All participants received T-shirts. RUSTY HAGEMANN, Denton grad- uate student, was the overall winner with a time of 31 minutes, 13 seconds, and Alma Ponce, Dallas freshman, was the overall female winner with a time of 43:38. In the men's 13 and under division, Derek Zelazny took first with a time of 37:26, followed by Julio Luna at 38:18 and Billy Edwards ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 April 1984

Page 8—-The North Texas Daily Photo by TOMMY HULTGREN SPRING FEVER—Dan Holland, Seattle, Wash., sophomore, plays hacky sac between the Information Sciences Building and the Business Building, NT tennis teams finish with losses By JOEY RICHARDS Daily Reporter The NT men's and women's tennis teams completed regular season play dur- ing the weekend, each losing two non- conference dual matches. The men finished the season with a 7-14 record and the women finished with a 7-12 record. The men and women were defeated by Abilene Christian University in dual matches Saturday in Abilene. The men's team lost 5-4 and the women's team lost a 7-0 contest. IN MEN'S SINGLES, NT' Jimmy Rose defeated Levi Jones 6-4, 6-1 and Charles Lewis defeated ACU's Jon Lanier 6-2, 6-2. Ramiro Azuci defeated NT's Lee Smith 6-1. 6-7. 6-2 and ACU's Adam Dixon defeated Anthony Harris 3-6, 7-5, 6-3. Roger White defeated NT's Kev- in Jones 6-0, 6-2 and Shane Thompson defeated NT's Todd Gulley 6-0, 6-2. In men's double...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 April 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, April 25, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 109 i' • j 1 .1 . ~ * ■ • ] I • • Core curriculum proposal to face committee vote By STEFAN I GAMMAGE Staff Writer The core curriculum proposal for the Col- lege of Arts and Scicnccs faces another hur- dle today in its path toward final consideration. The proposal is scheduled to be considered by the University Curriculum Committee at 3 p.m. today in Business Administration Build- ing 166. Members of the arts and sciences faculty, after several months of debate, passed the pro- posal 78-62 March 28. If the proposal is passed by the University Curriculum Committee, it will be sent to the Faculty Senate and to Presi- dent Al Hurley for consideration. The core proposal would apply to all stu- dents earning degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences, except those earning bachelor of fine arts degrees. The core would affect students entering NT in fall 1985. The proposed core is div...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 April 1984

r - "■ ■ ' L J The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, April 25, 1984 c Editorials Another list NT may be a well-kept secret, but information it pro- vides to businesses about its students apparently isn't. For a nominal fee, a business may buy a list of NT students from the Registrar's Office. Any student who has received a mailbox full of junk mail or a dinnertime phone call from an insurance sales- men can truly appreciate the convenience NT provides for them. After all, students don't know what they really want, so why not let the salesmen come to them? Although the Texas Open Records Act gives the Regis- trar's Office the right to provide the lists, a student may request the omission of his name from the list by filling out a form available in the Registrar's Office or by filling out a section of the studer t information card that is distri- buted to each student at registration. The list for businesses includes the name, school address, permanent address, phon< number, age,...

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