ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: North Texas Daily, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 13,272 items from North Texas Daily, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
13,272 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1984

'■ \ •Jj r. r Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, September 4, 1984 Mean Green wins season opener 7-3 Mr i MMKft Photo by MICHAEL WETCHENSKI ■f . v.- w > w v, V, NT's Mike Thompson tries to tackle Angelo State's Kelvin Williams Student runs to first in race By KEN CURR1N Staff Writer Rusty Hagemann, Denton graduate stu- dent, won the Steve Macko 5-mile run in Arlington Saturday with a time of 25 minutes, 16 seconds. HAGEMANN RAN cross country and track at NT in 1982 and I9K3 and was named to the All-Southland Conference Cross Coun- try Team in 1982. He was invited to com- pete in the Olympic trials and wound up coming in 67th. Not bad credits for a stu- dent out of Denton High School who had to make it as a walk-on at Abiline Chris- tian University because no other school had even asked him to try out, much less offer him a scholarship. Hagemann wasn't impressed with his time on Saturday though, saying he felt heavy and tired coming into the race. "Normally when you prep...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1984

" * • Page 8—The North Texas Daily wmm >v*f. f • "" • V ' ,":Vh -rv - ^ , Tuesday, September 4, 1984 NTflimps to bland victory Pressure falls on Toman as Eagles put 15,700 to sleep By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer In he NT locker room following the Eagle's 7-3 win over the Angelo State Rams, it was difficult to tell that the Eagles had won the game. A few con- gratulations and pats on the back here and there, but overall the atmosphere was relatively low-key. Only two years ago the Eagles were happy with any win, no matter how they got it. But things are different now. The Eagles are the defending Southland Con- ference champions and are expected to challenge Northeast Louisiana Universi- ty again this year for the SLC crown. The pressure is on them to win, and when teams like ASU visit Fouts Field, the Eagles arc supposed to win big. Likewise, the pressure is on NT start- ing quarterback Scott Toman to move the offense down the field and put points on the board. Toman, an Austin so...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1984

1984 Tuesday, September 4, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 9 v < f J i V s tboii $ Nr X. Pholo by BILL DOUTHART MELONCHOLY—Dr. James Muro, dean of the Col- one of the events during Howdy Week '84. Wed- lege of Education, slices watermelon at the melon nesday's events will include the "World's Largest mash behind Crumley Hall. The melon mash was Ice Cream Sundae" in the Union Courtyard. Pastoral counseling classes offer counselor education to ministers By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer A new interdisciplinary program offers the advantages of graduate counseling class- es to ministers in the Denton community without requiring that they be enrolled as students in the NT Graduate School. The program, pastoral counseling, is offered through the sociology division of the College of Arts and Sciences and through the counselor education division of the Col- lege of Education. Students in the program will have the option of a master's in educa- tion or a master's in science. Those who wish to ...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1984

ii&jjfc- y ' > 10—The North Texas Daily '■'W •< Tuesday, September 4, 1984 L: Student lounging ' SSSetU^I^I Photo by BILL DOUTHART The bar receives a facelift as part of the renovation f'wRS hfeSS* V. m I ' ' l'/' 'Jifel-r i smis-h* n Photo by BILL DOUTHART " ' *" " ii iiiiH *"' * ' 2e3B Workmen prepare the RBL for Wednesday's opening By HOLDEN LEWIS Staff Writer The Rock Bottom Lounge has been a popular student hangout for years. There has always been one catch—no one younger than drinking age was allowed. That policy changes this year, said Terry Stevens, Uni- versity Union food service director. People of all ages will be able to patronize the lounge on the first floor of the University Union. Stevens said customers 19 years old and older will have their hands stamped when they walk in the door. Custom- ers younger than 19 will not have their hands stamped. Bartenders will serve wine and beer only to people with stamped hands. "WE WANT TO open the RBL to all students," ...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1984

r, The North Texas Daily—Page 11 Tuesday, September 4, 1984 l \ Regents name McKee new institute director I V ) i By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer Dr. William McKee, acting director of the Applied Economics Institute in the School of Community Ser- vice for the past year, has been named director of the institute by the NT Board of Regents. The institute comprises the Labor and Industrial Relations Institute and the Center for Economic Education. McKee said he is excited about serving as direc- tor of the institute because of the growth rate it is experiencing. "In the six years I've been here, the number of students we have had nearly tripled and 1 expect this trend to continue," he said. "There is a growing demand for the type of classes we teach here." About 70 students are enrolled in the institute, he said. The institute offers programs for graduate students, although McKee said he hopes it will be possible to develop an undergraduate program in the Labor and Industrial Relations In...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 September 1984

Page 12—The North Texas Daily 5' \RSSIf Tuesday, September 4, 1984 Project promotes citizenship Hispanics participate in naturalization classes Photo by RUSTY HALL TOO HOT TO STAND— Melinda Kettler, Irving senior, lakes a load off her feet at registration out- side the Coliseum. Late registration continues through Saturday. WELCOME STUDENTS To our dance specialty shop where Tyou get top quality merchandise at the lowest prices '• Capc/io • Danskin • Gym-Kin • Flexatard Leo's Freed's LARGEST SELECTION OF OANCEWEAR IN ONE STORE LEOTARDS • SKIRTS • JEWELRY • T-SHIRTS TIGHTS SHOES • WARMERS • BAGS • BOOKS • MAKE UP • BATONS • TRUNKS 724 W. Main Lewisville, Texas Mon.-Fri. 10-5:30 Sat. 10-4 (214) 221-6068 DANCEWORLD Apparel & Supplies STUDENT DISCOUNT WITH ID VISA 603 N. Locust Mon.-Fri. 10-6 Sat. 10-4 387-4825 ! 8^ FREE DELIVERY NO DEPOSIT Offer good through November 1.1984 Limit one special offer per contract, piease J* More people rent furniture from Aaron Rents than any other com...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

1 e North Texas Daily Wednesday, September 5, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 123 Parking, bike changes restrict campus travel Chief says he's pleased with new regulations By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer NT police say they are pleased with the new parking and bicyle regulations that went into effect Monday as part of an effort to restrict intra-campus vehicle traffic. Chief Dan Martin said the police depart- ment has heard about a few problems asso- ciated with the new regulations. "But the new regulations are working out, on the whole, better than we expected." Capt. Mike Amador said, "It'll take at least a week to get everybody in place. Some of the kids have brought their cars along in order to move in their belongings. A lot of these cars will probably be gone in a week and we'll have more room." The regulations are designed to restrict vehicle traffic on campus. Under the new rules, bicyclcs are banned from the inner campus. Motorists are assigned p...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

1 ■ w. 1'J E —— ■■.;■ .jgpjf. |pi V O SraftS Editorials • BBS _ . . ___________ The North Texas Dally Page 2 Wednesday, September 5, 1984 Exiled to the streets During the summer, the powers that be banned bicy- cles from the inner campus and exiled them to the sur- rounding streets, where reflector buttons and freshly painted white stripes guide the cyclist around the pedestrian- controlled university. It was just too dangerous to allow pedestrians and cyclists to intermingle; safer, apparently, is making riders dodge automobiles instead of stu- dents. Before venturing out on the streets of Denton, the prudent cyclist and altruistic motorist should scan through the fol- lowing "I'm a responsible citi- zen" checklists. Drivers: • Be aware that there is, in fact, a bike lane, carefully planned and designed for bi- cycles, not automobiles. • Do not park in the bicycle lane, even when there aren't any bicyles in sight. • Do not blame increased difficulty in finding a parking place on De...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

• v,! , I f t h ! - . WWWW. * Wi * '• ' ■ .•vr: ; vr^1' -■ ■ Wednesday, September 5, 1984 f News Briefs Discovery flicks off bothersome ice CAPi; CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP)—With one Hick of the wrist on their giant robot arm, Dis- covery's astronauts brushed a bothersome block of ice off the side ol the space shuttle Tuesday and packed up to come home, their shakedown flight .t huge success. "It worked like a charm." said commander Hen- ry W Hartsfield after he gingerly guided the end of the ship's 50-foot crane over the ice that had blocked two waste water vents just behind the cabin on Discovery's port side. NASA had worried that the unwelcome hanger- on, estimated to weigh up to 30 pounds, might break loose and damage the ship's tail during Discovery's violent plunge through! the atmosphere on Wednesday. Herpes vaccine proves effective COLLEGE STATION (AP) A vaccine against herpes in cattle is effective and should help in the research against genital herpes in humans and oth- er herpes...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

u •<•1. 'J n'-v: '^rv • .&?: vV'^r^r.:'- ,v, tft'i -V;''. " ■ ■ 1:: •• ■ wmw Page 4—The North Texas Daily S1 Photo by MIKE WETCHENSKY TRIVIAL MATTERS—Bill Planey, left, Julie Traubert, center, and Keith Black, Dallas seniors, indulge in a game of Trivial Pursuit. In the past year, the game has become popular with NT students. Wednesday, September 5, 1984 By JEF RAY OUR COLLEGE MAN 3-'6er 1HT faftws @6(h i^S\6 T&eCdl&ZCAfrtfibVZ Vatican rebuts radical priests VATICAN CITY (AP)—In its firm- est stand yet on the "liberation theology" of activist priests, the Vatican on Mon- day ordered Roman Catholics to reject Marxism in their efforts to aid the poor and oppressed. The Holy See has been locked in a bitter argument with four activist priests who have defied Vatican orders to with- draw from Nicaragua's leftist government. And in five days the Vatican is to ques- tion famed Brazilian liberation theologian Leonardo Boff. The Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano said in a...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

Wednesday, September 5, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 t \ i I * 1 f y l f 1 ♦ ■ < Bike rules take effect Path, mails, restrictions displease students By JERRY BOULWARE Staff Writer Despite new regulations restricting bicy- cle use and parking in the inner campus area, NT cyclists are still cruising the side- walks and chaining their bikes to signs, rails and trees. Dan Martin, NT police chief, said earli- er this summer that the new rules would not be strictly enforced during the first few days of the fall semester, and that NT offi- cers would be around campus informing cyclists of the restrictions. THE NEW BICYCLE malls on cam- pus seemed well-used Monday, but many bicycles were noticed in violation of the rules. At one point, six bicycles were chained to the rail above the steps leading to the Rock Bottom Lounge on the northwest cor- ner of the University Union. Others were chained to signs in front of the Willis Li- brary, the Information Sciences Building and Bruce Hull....

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

... z s ; v. ". tt« leBr i ' X* - — p>v? s & Entertainment The North Texas Daily I Wednesday, September 5, 1984 Page 6 NT mini-courses offer music, rag sweaters NT's mini-course schedule for the 1984 fall semes- ter offers classes in writing, arts and crafts, and music. Classes include: • "Creative Writing Workshop-Seminar" is an infor- mally structured workshop during which students are required to complete one short story. • "Writing for Christian Magazines" is designed to teach students how to target work to Christian publications. • "Beginning Drawing" is designed to improve per- ception and drawing by developing hand and eye coordination. • "Beginning Oil Painting" is designed to intro- duce beginning painters to the fundamentals of oil painting. • "Tole and Decorative Painting" will teach crafts such as preparation and finishing wood and crockery. • "Beginning Tiffany Stained Glass" will offer instruction in the tiffany or "copper foil" technique of stained glass. • "Pa...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, September 5, 1984 Photo by BILL DOUTHART Melissa Celcer, far left, Barb Greeri, Lisa Mangold and Lori De Angelis Spikers prepare for season; four starters to return By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer The NT women's volleyball team opens the 1984 season Sept. 13 at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, and coach Vicky Guy expects to field a team with an even mix of experienced upperclassmen and untested freshman. Six players from last year's 17-14 team have returned, and with (he final cut approaching, seven freshmen arc vying for a spot on the team. The Eagles are scheduled to play Richland Junior College at home on Thursday, and Guy said every- Women's Volleyball Schedule Sept. 13 Hardin-Simmons 7 p.m. A Oct. 24 Texas Wcsleyan 7 p.m. Sept. 18 Stephen F. Austin 6:30 p.m. A Oct. 26-17 Wesleyan Invitational 1 MA Sept 25 Oklahoma 7 p.m. H Nov. 2* Southwest Louisiana 7 30 p.m Sept 28-29 Oklahoma Classic TBA A Nov. 3* McNeese State 2 p.m. Oct 3 lias...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 September 1984

^■DBH Page 8—The North Texas Daily 7i^ Mi'*- Former coach receives award By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer Former NT basketball coach and teacher, the late H.G. "Pete" Shands, recent- ly received a special memorial award from the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Members at the 1984 NCAA annual conference awarded Shands for "faithful sen ice to his institution and higher education; his valuable contribution to intercolle- giate athletics: and his wholesome influence upon the lives of young men." Shands. who died Jan. 16, 1983, at the age of 83, was the NT basketball coach from 1935 to I960. His win-loss record was 242-275. He also coached tennis and was an assistant football coach, and continued to teach physical education until his retirement in 1970. Fred McCain, NT athletic director, said, "It's a great honor, well deserved. He was an excellent teacher. He served in campus activities, and he and his wife sponsored campus sororities. He was a leader of people and his athletes ...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 September 1984

I I ft' ■ :jj f, 5 \\ H '1 V 4 ' | I a }J . > The North Texas Daily Thursday, September 6, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 124 Union survey reveals faculty, student desires By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer A marketing study conducted during the spring semester revealed that students, faculty and staff wanted the same things from the University Union—expanded ser- vices and longer hours. Dr. Mary Yates. University Union director, said Wed- nesday. "The survey revealed to us that the needs ol all the groups we surveyed seemed to he basically the same, wheth- er those people were faculty, staff or students, or residents or commuters." Yates said. The surveys were prepared by Julie Bollinger. Union marketing assistant, with the assistance of Dr. James Lumpkin of the NT business faculty. About 3,000 questionnaires were distributed to all fac- ulty and staff members and a representa- tive sample amounting to about 10 percent of the student body. Surveys were...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 September 1984

lU «)l* $ "tyi •; ' 4 ' : "v ' si v ' •> •. '*■ KW&fottjft ■ Editorials RBL facelift On Sept. I, 1981. the drinking age in Texas rose from 18 to 19. Because many students are 18 years old when they enter college, one of the effects of the new drinking- age law was to prohibit some NT students from being allowed into the Rock Bottom Lounge. But the RBL's managers decided this summer to change the rules and allow students under the age of 19 to patron- ize the lounge. That's a good idea because it was unfair in the first place to make 18- year-old student', pay student service fees and men tell them they weren't allowed to use a facility supported by their fees. Underage students could not use the RBL in the past, but they could use the Avcsta Lounge. And they did-—to study. to sleep and to listen to music. But the Avcsta Lounge will soon complete its conversion into the new University Room, to be used primarily by faculty and staff mem- bers. Workers moved the Avesta Lounge's ...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 September 1984

I 4 t r t«j > 1 i * ■ • 1 i • < i > i P v < J J v v Thursday, September 6, 1984 News Briefs Braniff contemplates layoffs DALLAS (AI *) -Struggling Braniff. Inc.. which flew oul of bankrupt- cy in March, said Wednesday it will lay off employees and abandon its high-class strategy to become a discount airline with bare-bones fare cuts and reductions in in-flight services. Analysts said the move fuels Braniffs fare skirmish with American and Delta airlines, and signals trouble in once-bankrupt Braniff. The lares* will be reduced within a few weeks, Braniff said. In addition to the unspecified number of layoffs, some of the 2,500 employees will be furloughed. the airline said. Space shuttle lands safely EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASH (AP)—Discovery came back from its much-delayed debut run Wednesday after delivering three satellites to space, and NASA told its customers: "Now we are back on schedule." I lie shuttle's sunrise landing on this desert lakebed was an upbeat end to a shak...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 September 1984

" "V. "■ I N9M Page 4—The North Texas Daily :W*M lSw°wP?>T ■ - Thursday, September 6, 1984 Service fees increase Regents raise maximum charge from $54 to $72 An increase in student service fees became effective this semester, in accordance with the proposal passed by the NT Board of Regents Feb. 24. The action raised the base fee to $6 per semester hour from $4.50 per semester hour. The maximum fee assessable is $72 for 12 or more credit hours. The service fee mon- ey was allocated to various student servic- es and activities June 22 by the Board of Regents. Inflationary factors and the inability to accommodate the large number of requests for money with the old student service fee rate were the reasons for the increase. Dean of Students Joe Stewart said. He also said the higher student service fees will help stu- dent services to maintain their current lev- els of operations. Student service departments are the Registrar, Admissions, Dean of Students, Financial Aid, Counseling a...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 September 1984

Thursday, September 6, 1984 8*1 Photo by MIKE WETCHENSKY 4 < > * ( f ) k I < ) ( > 4 ' ? l; i > M BIRD BOOGIE—The NT Eagle s mascot leads the dance next game is against Lamar University Sept. 15 in action during a pep rally for the NT football team. The Beaumont. Parking system changes create mixed reactions OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY I 7fl<s AUm uMetessMy? loft-TuMcHwtefi cm a rr-an Conference helps aliens EL PASO (AP)—They come from every nation, lured by dreams of politi- cal freedom, steady employment or sim- ply a better life. Yet for hundreds of thousands of aliens each year, ignorance about U.S. immigration procedures results in deportation or a life of hiding. "It's often sad to hear their stories about how no one told them what they had to do to gain legal residence. So many people here just take advantage of them, promise them legal status, take their mon- ey and give them nothing," said Al Velarde, director of the til Paso re...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 September 1984

^uE3 WW v ' " ' '' Arts & ent Wi^': The North Texas Daily i nA Page 6 Thursday, September 6, 1984 A ' 'Vacation' promises a good trip Chevy Chase proves even disastrous cruise can be funny By STEVE BEAVERS Staff Writer When the writers and editors of National Lam- poon made "Animal House," they had little reason to expect that it would be such a hit. After all, the humor was unusual, most of the actors were relative unknown^ and it didn't have much of a plot. It worked, though. So the Lampoon made a couple of other movies later, hoping they might work. too. But "National Lampoon Goes to the Movies" was shelved after disastrous test runs and "Class Reunion" just wasn't funny. THAT DIDN'T stop the Lampoon from making yet another movie, however—one that they hoped might fare better than their past two failures. That movie was "Vacation," and. to the delight of its makers, it happened to be a success. "Vacation" owes much to Chevy Chase, who plays Clark Griswold, a family man whose ...

Publication Title: North Texas Daily, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x