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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1984

Friday, April 27, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 Y < ► • i J - a -1 ,4 S- - \f ♦ - If ■I • 4 < > < J * « 4 A Photo by BETH STALLARD MUTE POINT—Bill Whisenhunt plays a muted trombone during the Center for Experimental Music concert. The North Texas Youth Orchestra will per- form a concert at 2 p.m. Monday, May 7 in the Music Building Concert Hall. Construction to begin on arts center Ground-breaking ceremonies, reception commence May 3 By TONYA McMURRAY Staff Writer The ground-breaking ceremony and reception for the Denton Visual Arts Center will be from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. May 3. The center will be on the corner of Bell and East Hickory streets. Denton Arts Council members will give tours of the building that will be converted into the Visual Arts Center, Dr. Clovis Morrisson, member of the Arts Council, said. Posters will show the building as it will be after the conversion. The ground-breaking ceremony will begin at 5:15 p.m. All events are open to the public. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1984

"•^sr "7".7 "Tr.' """ Zr '""""'I'- ' V ™ . .. jjp.- . !- r ... Relaxation class begins Monday By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer The NT Fitness Program will spon- sor a relaxation training class begin- ning Monday at 12:10 p.m. in Marquis Hall 105, and a fitness testing week beginning May 7. The 30-minute relaxation training class will be Mondays and Wednes- days until May 16. Fitness Program Director Nancy Pat- ton said the class will teach how to recognize the signs of stress and how to deal with stress. "Stress is very prevalent in soci- ety today. Researchers have linked stress to heart disease ... and cirrho- sis of the liver, either directly or indirectly." The class is open to the communi- ty as well as to faculty and staff and their families and costs $5 per person. Beth Lyons, a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology, will instruct the class. This is the third relaxation class Lyons has taught at NT. Patton said the three top selling drugs in the United States arc an ulcer me...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, April 27, 1984 T r * t Editorials The hazing Hazing thrives on itself. Although a fraternity pledge may find it difficult to survive the hazing of pledgeship and initiation, he proba- bly will survive, if he's lucky. And most likely, he'll turn right around and enthusiastically haze next year's pledges of his fraternity. You know, to get revenge for what was done to him—the mindless continuation of a vicious and brutal circle. Several incidents of hazing have been addressed by Dean of Students Joe Stewart this semester. The Kappa Alpha's road trip to Kansas and the Phi Beta Sigma's smile wipe at the NT Coliseum are seemingly innocuous incidents. No one was seriously hurt; well, except for the two fraterni- ties involved, because they predictably believed their good, clean fun hud been unfairly punished. Several incidents as reported to The NT Daily this semes- ter are not innocuous or funny. When The Daily receives one or two telephone...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1984

1 or urn The North Texas Daily Page 10 Friday, April 27, 1984 Letters Forget Puccini; bring on Wagner, Verdi or Mussorgsky! While I agree with Merry Hill's April 17 rebuttal to the "scathing" review on NT's "La Boheme" production, I have to point out her definition of the word "lab- oratory." If the opera division is a facility through which young singers receive their early training, then why don't they really experiment? I've been attending NT for five years and all our opera division ever performs are the same spineless, sugar-coated com- posers: Puccini and the Gilbert and Sulli- van team. Come on you guys! Perform some real music. Let's sec a student production of Wagner's "Tannhauscr" "Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg," Verdi's "Don Carlo." or even Mussorgsky's "Boris Godunov." (In their original languages, of course.) Then, and only then, can our singers receive the proper ear!) training. After all. a student production is better than no pro- duction. Carlos Nava NT Box 8217 Fr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1984

Friday, April 27, 1984 Page 11—The North Texas Daily ■ u * ] * I I I > Y f I V A w > " r ♦ T •9 * : ■ < [ •> * • J. > < . 4 ,p ■> •> -i. i -N I Robin Ramsay / Student legal problems fall into gray areas Things rarely arc whai they seem to be at first. This statement may be a strange way to begin a discussion on the Office of the Stu- dent Legal Advisor. Nevertheless, it is an appropriate de- scription of both the nature of problems faced by most stu- dents and the di- lemma this office faces in trying to provide the most students with the best legal aid pos- sible. Before I came to this position, the job description appeared straightforward and the legal questions an ticipated seemed fairly predictable and However, the position has turr.i i out to be a presentation of constantly chang- ing and involved problems that do not seem to fall into the clear-cut categories I had originally laid out in my mind. Possibly, this is due to the fact that most students are ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 April 1984

RSnffi! Page 12—The North Texas Daily From philosophical diatribes to nonsensical babblings Graffitists forever immortalized on bathroom wall—or until the janitor strikes Texas Woman's University gave us a . . A bird does not sing because it has The reply: _ pie out there with the same kind of shoes. . . .To be is to cmattprinii /if nr-itTiii 111,. thi'o* In*111 (iiiiiin /in /jnvw*p—it viMiiv ht'liuiw ii Iniv n vnmt Av u>p nil know the earth bathes in Other praffiti from around the cilv ailtl . . .70 do is to Friday, April 27, 1984 Continued from page 9 . . Life: Based on false love of achieve- ment. of wanting to appear successful in one's neighbor's eyes. The Administration Building produced only one "Help me!" (women's room. sec- ond floor, second stall) and a few explicit ads. West Hall produced one small "Jesus saves!" and the public restrooms at Ken- were crystal clean. The walls in the University Union are made of some incredibly hard, black sub- stance that can only be gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 June 1984

The North Texas Daily Thursday, June 7, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 112 As of Wednesday, 8,382 students had regis- tered for Summer I. Late registration contin- ues from 9 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. today in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite. Regents approve deans' appointments By CAROLE JANSEN Staff Writer *• The NT Board of Regents approved s the appointments of two deans of col- leges and schools at its May 25 meeting. Dr. William A. Luker was approved as dean of the , School of Com- munity Service. Dr. Jay A. Smith • Jr. was named dean of the College , of Business Ad- ministration, cf- • fective Sept. I. Luker has been acting dean of the • school since Scp- t tember 1982. . Smith is now di- rector of the State Center of Excellence in Transporta- tion at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. Luker University System The School of Community Service has new programs in emergency management and public health care. Luker said he will continue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 June 1984

Editorials menrary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, June 7, 1984 The whims of adults As with most problems, education of large numbers of people is the key. A problem that has received increased media attention and growing awareness, sexual abuse of children has come out of the closet as a national tragedy and a problem that must be faced with greater awareness and increased education, among parents and among those who enforce the laws. Health and Human Services Secretary Margaret Heck- ler said Sunday that the growing national problem of sex- ual abuse of children should be attacked, not through increased spending, but through education. Her view is correct. Sen. Paula Hawkins, R-Fla., who was sexually abused as a child, has criticized budget cuts by the Reagan admin- istration and called for a $10 million addition to the federal program dealing with abused children. Hawkins said that after being abused by a neighbor as a young girl, she experienced a judicial system where he...

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

Forum The North Texas Daily Page 3 Thursday, June 7, 1984 ♦ i V • Edra Bogle /glad faces challenges 4* • Item I: A woman dismissed from her job "for personal reasons" although she had received a merit pay increase the week before. She is the fourth lesbian to be fired in the last month from this Denton firm. • Item 2: A student in a local junior high school who wants to know how to meet other adolescents like himself who are also just dis- covering that they are gay. • Item 3: A retired man who has returned to a nearby small town after many years in another state taking care of family business, and who wants to meet other gay people with whom he can talk freely and share a social life which does not require a female partner. THESE ARE SOME of the more challenging-—and frustrating—calls that the Gay/Lesbian Association of Denton has rccieved in the last month. When Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code was declared an unconstitutional invasion of privacy in Federal District Court, so...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily sp Photo by BILL DOUTHART DONNA LEEVES, Conroe sophomore, receives her room assign- ment from Maple Hall director Anetta Ramsay as Mike Ferguson, former NT student, listens. Maple is the only dorm open this summer. Thursday, June 7, 1984 Studio offers art classes during first summer term Tl By MARLISA TORTORICI Daily Reporter The Union Arts Studio will offer five-week sum- mer classes beginning June 13 for children and one- day classes for adults beginning June 14. The children's classes will be Monday through Thursday with two different classes each day. CHILDREN WILL be grouped in categories by age. One group will consist of" five- through nine- year-olds. Children ages 10-13 will be in another group. Susan Suess, graduate assistant for the studio, said, "We will offer a class in painting and drawing, ceramics, sculpture and one titled 'Art Experience and Media Exploration.' "In the art experience class, the children will work with a little of everythi...

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

Thursday, June 7, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 L ♦ ♦ * * * ' * i \ *« ■ * « 4,i- i • + - ; • # • >. * JulS. i sn I ■ V /' ') '*"V /.' , .f Photo by BILL DOUTHART EMMANUEL ANENE, Nigerian graduate student, strolls in front of Wooten Hall with his children, Alvin and Emmanuel, Jr. A man without a country: student recalls terrorism By KYLE COLE Special Writer As most NT students have plans to go home this summer to family and friends, one NT senior cannot return to his home. Carlos Sanchez (an alias to pro- tect family members) lied Nicaragua for safety in 1978 when he was 16. "I was on (Gen. Anastacio) Somoza's list of 'Next To Be,' " Sanchez said. "1 was very active in protests, marches and strikes against Samoza at my Jesuit high school. He (Somoza) retaliated indiscrimi- nately at my school. "My grandmother learned through the wife of a general that my name was on the list. No one knows what 'next to he is'—next to be taken prisoner or next to be killed—no one is sure." San...

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

*ps WP Arts & The North Texas Daily Page 6 NT students display paintings in Union Exhibit highlights contrasts, comparisons in artists' works By RUSSELL Staff Writer One artist has untitled works and the other has a dog with nothing to say. The two artists are NT students Vir- ginia Bradcn and Mike Kennedy, re- spectively. and their paintings are being exhibited in the University Union Art Gal- lery through June 15. "The Gallery Selection Committee felt like the two bodies of work would com- plement each other," Leslie Kregel, Arts and Crafts manager, said. "1 think they complement each other very well. They arc similar in the use of figure-ground relationships, but Mike s lines are clean and crisp and Virginia's arc hazy, fuzzy and seem to float in space." The two artists approach painting in a thoroughly different way. Kennedy said his painting is a part of his process of thinking and that it is more intellectual than emotional. Once he gets the idea of what to paint, he could...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 June 1984

Thursday, June 7, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 / - I I - H- • Indy, Miss Piggy, Conan return Hollywood kicks off summer movie season By RUSSELL ROE Staff Writer Indiana Jones, Miss Piggy, Conan and the Cannonball Run are back. Mr. Spock might be. The summer movie season is here and promises the return of these and more. "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" officially kicked off the summer movie sea- son that will include a search for Spock, the Muppets in Manhattan, NT graduate Peter Weller as a neurosurgeon-turned-rock singer, Dolly Parton teaching Sylvester Stallone to be a country music singer, Arnold Schwar- zenegger as Conan again and the Cannon- ball Run racing across the country. Following is a list of what Hollywood has in store for the summer. It only includes those mainstream films with definite release slots. All dates are subject to change. ALREADY RELEASED "The Natural:" Robert Redford wants to be the best baseball player there ever was in the screen adaptation o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 June 1984

n By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer WMm Hi The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, June 7, 1984 ——— Venable misses Olympic chance Soccer dub to compete in national tourney semifinals NT soccer goalie Lynn Venable, who has been trying out for the Olympic soccer team since lasl year, did not make the final cut. All is not lost, soccer fans, because Venable, along with other Eagle soccer team members including assis- tant coach Iseed Khoury, make up the Mean Green soccer club that will travel to St. Louis to compete in the semifinals of the National Amateurs Cup tourna- ment for the second year in a row. The Mean Green lost to The Bavarian soccer club of Milwaukee in last year's semifinal and will be taking virtually the same team to St.Louis for their June 23 match against the defending champions, Den- ver Kickers. Denver has won two out of the last five years and Mean Green coach Charles Venable feels they will be a difficult opponent this year. "Denver is a tough team year after year but we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 June 1984

1 The North Texas Daily Thursday, June 14, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 113 NT President Al Hurley will host a student coffee at 11 a.m. today in the University Union Golden Eagle Suite. Students are invited to the cof- fee to ask Hurley questions about the university. V"— L i 4 f Water in office causes damage By CAROLE JANSEN Staff Writer The Registrar's Officc in the Adminis- tration Building Hooded Monday when a pipe fitting above the office storeroom began leaking, said Gene Scroggins, asso- ciate director of the Physical Plant. Scroggins said the leak started when a fitting came loose. Lynn McCreary, assistant registrar, said water leaked through the ceiling and soaked about two-thirds of the office's carpet. Physical Plant employees have been using fans this week to dry the carpet. SHE SAID A CASE of microfilm was ruined and paperwork anil office forms were damaged by the water. She said the water in the office wasn't deep. "It just squished w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 June 1984

The North Texas Dally Page 2 Thursday, June 14, 1984 « Editorials A toast to 21 The days of giving more rights to kids have gone the way of the nickel beer The statistics pointed to it, parents demanded it. the House backed it, and it looks as if the Senate will pass it. It's a bill reducing federal highway funds to any state refusing to raise its drinking age to 21. With groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving becom- ing more visible and more adamant, it's no wonder that the drinking age restriction would become politically popular. Indeed, the Republican-led Senate is expected to follow the Democratic-controlled House, jssibly this week, by voting for a nationwide increase in the drink- ing age. Apparently, the only thing keeping this popular bill off the Senate floor is that Senate leaders have not yet decided which legis- lative measure to attach it to. The House passed the proposal by voice vote last week. Under the House measure, states with a legal drinking age below 21 wou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 June 1984

« * % Forum The North Texas Daily Page 3 Thursday, June 14, 1984 . Kitty i Students receive sex counseling, Maus / education at NT Health Center In addition to the comprehensive med- ical care, the Student Health Center of- fers a wide range of health counseling and education. Areas as diverse as special diet and exercise to lifesaving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) arc included. And one of the ar- eas that frequently comes under concern for our population (and any college population) is their sexuality. The younger stu- dents are grappling with an emerging awareness of them- selves as sexual beings. The environment is new, frequently more open and less confin- ing than the high school atmosphere of the past. For many, this is the first long-term separation from the discipline and guidance of parents. They find themselves in total control of their actions in an environment that intellec- tually and socially promotes growth, explora- tion and change. Levels of intimacy, setting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 June 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily * #«5WI Photo by BILL DOUTHART "SUPER SUMMER" participants prepare for activities on the west side of the University Union. Pet python takes four-day jaunt through sewer ROSENBERG (AP)—Residents were so frightened when Gayu. an 1I-toot pet python, escaped that one woman barri- caded her toilet to keep the serpent from slithering up the pipes and another took a shower with her foot on the drain. The alert ended four days later when Thomas Houston found his "sweetheart and baby" sitting on a manhole ledge just a block from his house. "She was all scratched up," Houston said "She smelted terrible." Houston discovered his 21-pound snake missing June 6. Because she had escaped from the family bathroom. where she was customarily locked up for the night, Hous- ton concluded his pet had pushed up the bathroom's toilet seat with her head and HYPNOSIS TO REDUCE DEPRESSION Volunteer for psychol- ogy research. Learn hypnosis as a way to reduce feelings of de- pressi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 June 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Thursday, June 14, 1984 < i* * ' < % > u * * < . ■4 i * i i < ♦ < . - 1 < 1 • f jm| 4r J., y. i}\ IB RfflSst? % '«>•' • Good grief! 'Snoopy' comes back to entertain • SHRHBMHHRSIIIHI Photo by BILL DOUTHART LAURIE TRIBBLE, left, Carl Seely, Kelly Miller, Shawn Brown and Marvin Riebe rehearse for NT's production of Arts complex to aid NT 'Snoopy." "Snoopy," a musical about the lives of Snoopy, Woodstock, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Pepper- mint Patty and Sally, will be performed at 2 p.m. June 23 and 30 in the Studio Theater. The play is the sequel to "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown," which the summer theater compa- ny performed two years ago. " 'Charlie Brown' was so successful two years ago that we decided to do 'Snoopy,' " Dr. Donna Clevinger, director of the play, said. "Snoopy" is a series of vignettes that involves scenes from the "Peanuts" characters' lives. "It is the comic strip brought to life," s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 June 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Thursday, June 14, 1984 Page 6 « / Photo by BILL DOUTHART KELLY BAILEY, Fort Worth senior, dives into NT's outdoor swimming pool. Flame passes Denton By CURT DIXON Daily Reporter i The 1984 Olympic torch was carried past Denton Wednesday by Ted Scheitlin, a 19-year-old Special Olympics Runner. He began his run at the intersection of U.S. highway 380 and U.S. highway 377 at 1:20 p.m. and ran east for one kilometer. Westgate Medical Center sponsored Scheitlin for the run. "AS A STRONG supporter of youth pro- grams in our community, we are excited ed and proud to sponsor a Special Olym- pics youth in the 1984 Olympic Torch Relay," said Don Ciulla, executive direc- tor of Westgate Medical Center. "The spirit of these courageous kids is a fitting remind- er of what the Olympic Games are all about." SCHEITLIN WAS CHOSEN for the run because of his training in track and field events. "The Special Olympics goal is to provide physical, social and psychological dev...

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