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

The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, September 6, 1984 J ) > t t V I v I * I NT fitness program expands By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT faculty and stall physical fitness program has Hexed its muscles since its beginning in the fall of 1982. The fitness program was conceived by NT President Al Hurley in 1981, said Nancy Putton, director of the physical fitness program. "It was his dream to have a program for the staff," Patton said. In its first year the program started out with 60 participants and last spring had an enrollment of 275 people. She said she expects 350 participants for the fall semester. Altogether, more than 600 people have participated in the program since its inception in 1982. THE PROGRAM is doing well, Patton said. "It's growing every year in participants and in faculty. Pat- ton said the Olympics have made more people aware of the benefits of exercising and keeping in good shape. In an Olympic year such as this, a greater interest can suddenly be creat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 September 1984

vi & i, : >. t> " ' aS Page 8—The North Texas Daily v/'v^vV ,0- r:/. mti&w Vwia Twelve golfers to make up team By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer Qualifying rounds to determine who will be on the NT golf team began Wed- nesday and coach Jerry Greiner said he feels encouraged after taking a look at the early scores. Gene Gibson, a member of last year's team, is leading the field with a score of Mi Chris Porter. Jeff Hartshornc and Lauren Loyd all turned in a even par 70 with Chip Herchert close behind at 71. There will be four qualifying rounds and Greiner will chose 12 golfers with the lowest scores to be on the team. The four golfers returning from last year's team are Jeff Hartshornc. Cary Linck, who shot a 74 Wednesday. Gene Gib- son and Rick DcLoach. DeLoach was the Texas left-handed champ last season. According to Greiner, the four return- ing players won't have an edge on the other 15 golfers vying for a spot on the team. "It's a new season and as far as I'm concerned ev...

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

IN t The North Texas Daily Friday, September 7, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 125 As of 2:30 p.m. Thursday, 21,057 students had registered for classes for fall 1984. It is the first time NT's enrollment has reached 21,000 students. The total enrollment for fall 1983 after withdrawals was 20,234. The spring 1984 enrollment after withdrawals was 19,192. SA president discusses plans for the year By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer The establishment of a freshman assembly is one of several projects Student Association President Rob Graham said he hopes will gen- erate more participation in student government. When students first come to campus. Gra- ham said, they often find it difficult to get involved in student government. "We think if we can get people involved as freshman, we can get them involved in the SA when they're older," he said. "Also this way they can get involved with the leaders who have already been developed through the SA." People who were a...

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

- ft1'''' s>®c Page 2—The North Texas Daily ;,t:B vfi V .'.i f ' i . . ... .i . ' : .'....v.., - - , V,;;, , mitm SZ.l. 3$. V. <;■, Iflia Friday, September 7, 1984 United Way campaign kicks off Wednesday The Denton Counly United Way campaign kick- off luncheon is scheduled for Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. in the University Union Silver Eagle Suite, Jerry Ann Needham, office manager for the Denton Unit- ed Way, said. The quiche luncheon will feature Bob Jett of the Lone Star Gas Company as keynote speaker, and a locally produced slide show will be shown. A limit- ed number of non-reserve tickets will be available at the door for $6. The 1985 campaign goal for the organization is $455,216. The NT division of the United Way has a goal of $36,418. NT contributed $34,684 last year, with 602 NT employees donating. Campaign expenses and administrative costs account for about 12 cents for each dollar contributed. "A lot of people are concerned that 'Good grief! If 1 give $10 to 1: ' United...

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

Friday, September 7, 1984 Th# North T«xw 3 V tii T f f. I' r * i • < ) News Briefs State secretary urges voting AUSTIN (AP)—Myra A. McDaniel, a 51- year-old lawyer named Thursday as the first black Texas secretary of state, says voter regis- tration will be one of her top priorities. "1 feel it's most important that every citi- zen expresses his or her views. You can only do that at the voting box," she said after Gov. Mark White announced her appointment. McDaniel. who served as general legal coun- sel to White before entering private practice earlier this year, said the power of the ballot has been used well. "It has certainly meant a great deal to me, both as a black and a woman, when people got out and voted,'' Guardian Angels to patrol UT AUSTIN (AP) The Guardian Angels, a vol- unteer group that patrols high-crime areas at 51 U.S. cities, will begin patrolling Hast Aus- tin and the area around the University of Tex- as early next year, the group's founder and president said....

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, September 7, 1984 * 1 '% 3*-' NM Photo by BILL DOLTTHART DRUMMING IN THE SUN—Mike Kolesar, Buf- falo Grove, III., sophomore, plays quad toms at drumline practice. Kolesar has been a member of the NT marching band for two years. Apartment boom hits Denton, but rent lemains unchanged Continued from Page 1 "Over the years, about 67 percent of graduate students have lived outside Denton, and about one-third lived in Denton. It's the reverse with undergraduates—about two- thirds live in town, and one-third out of town." He said some students list Dallas or Fort Worth as their home address, although they do maintain a residence in Denton. "But this is the best information we have. Some of them are freshmen who give a New York address—but you know they can't live there." THIS FALL, at least 8,000 NT students will live off campus in Denton. In addition to the students, many other people move to Denton from Dallas to avoid the high rents found there. This...

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

T 1, * I Friday, September 7, 1984 I 4 I! ? The North Texas Daily—Page 5 SB/ seeks client businesses OUR COLLEGE MAN By JEF RAY By WILL SANSOM Special Writer The NT Small Business Institute is seeking client businesses Cor the fall semester, which would benefit from feasi- bility studies and other free projects per- formed by NT business students, Steve Hartjes. SBI coordinator, said. THE INSTITUTE'S program involves the pairing of client businesses with teams of junior and/or senior business students. The students aid (he clients by perform- ing feasibility studies or consulting work without charge. They also leam by seeing firsthand the real world of business, Hartjes said. "Students hopefully have spent two years.in class, doing readings and study- ing theories. Now they can sec how busi- nesses actually run," Hartjes said. "It's a major, semester-long project." PAST STUDENT teams have worked on market research projects and business feasibility studies. Teams have also stud- ied ...

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

'tm 7 ' . •: T- * ~ v; r r1 s & mm p* v; M v.' ent The North Texas Daily ; ** • • SS '■?- Page 6 Friday, September 7, 1984 . J! Musicians march for 160 band members begin practice with exercise By LAURA LIPINSKI Staff Writer Ready, and, one, two, three, four. . . hold. . hold. . .one, two, three, four, hold. . .and down. Exercise has become one of America's favorite pastimes, and it seems everyone is engaged in it—including the NT Marching Band. Since Aug. 28, the 160-member group has been out in the scorching sun, begin- ning practice with exercise and instruction from drum majors Milt Allen and Gina Stuchberry. Allen said he believes exercise is the key to the band's zeal for music and profes- sionalism. "This year, we had to try different ap- proaches toward the basic techniques and style," he said. More than half the band members are freshman, and Band Director Robert Wins- low pointed out that not all the members are majoring in music. "They encompass every major in the uni...

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

mm R Friday, September 7, 1984 , j ; The North Texas Daily—Page 7 Sloppiness mars movie 'Kentucky Fried Movie' kicks the bucket By STEVE BEAVERS Staff Writer "Kentucky Fried Movie," directed by John Lundis. At midnight today in the University Union l.vceum, Admission is $1 with NT II). The script for "Kentucky Fried Movie" was written by the guys responsible for "Airplane!" and "Top Secret!" and was directed by the guy who later made movies like "Trading Places" and "The Blues Brothers." But that doesn't mean anything. "Kentucky Fried Movie" is garbage. The movie is sloppily made and marred by cheap jokes, stupid ideas, insults to intelli- gence and pointless, gratuitous sex. Maybe that's why it's so pcrfect for a midnight show; seeing it at any other time just wouldn't seem right. "Kentucky Fried Movie" is a series of sketches spoofing movie trailers, television Movie Review news programs, shows and commercials, edu- cational films and martial arts movies. Ideas for the movie origi...

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

1 Sports The North Texas Daily Page 8 Friday, September 7, 1984 Eagles play Huskies today By CRAIG WAY Special Writer The NT Eagle soccer team kicks off its 1984 season with as tough a road trip as a National Collegiate Athletic Associa- tion school can face. The Eagles will be in Storrs. Conn., today to take on the University of Connecticut Huskies, a team ranked fourth in the nation at the end of last year. The Mean Green will follow up that contest with another tough outing Sun- day against another group of Eagles, the team from Boston College. NT soccer coach Richard Lowe said, "These are two teams any school would have trouble against. These games are not as important as the games against schools in our own region (Midwest), but they could mean a lot at the end of the season when teams are selected for the NCAA playoffs." NT will face two different types of playing conditions on the trip. "In Con- necticut," Lowe said, "we'll Ik playing on a wider field than in Boston, and it w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 September 1984

i . a' ' The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, September 7, 1984 Editorials v < •v.W ' ' 0 Forget me not This year the Student Association finally may be able to forget about procedural matters and get back to its char- tered purpose providing services for students. Over the past three years, two issues having nothing to do with soothing student headaches have dominated SA meetings: initiative and referendum and electoral reor- ganization. Initiative and referendum was finally granted to students under SA President Robert Barley's tenure, and the SA electoral process was changed last year under SA President Lee Ann Woods. Students can now present and approve legislation with- out going through the regular SA channels, and most SA representatives are no longer elected at-large, but are assigned to specific constituencies. Both measures are victories for both the SA and the students it represents, but the debate and controversy over the procedural changes have prevented the student ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 September 1984

1 I I M' Forum The North Texas Daily Page 10 Friday, September 7, 1984 A1 Hurley / NT celebration symbolizes move into new league This year. NT is celebrating. We are celebrating the sciences and high technology. The opening of the Sci- ence Research Building this fall symboliz- es our move up into a new league in scientific research. For the first time. we will have facil- ities dedicated sole- ly to basic and ap- plied research in fields where NT already has taken a leadership posi- tion. In anticipation of the opening of the Science Re- search Building, a committee has been formed to plan a symposium for next spring—a celebration of science. THE NT CENTER for Applied Quan- tum Electronics, a world-class laser lab, will move its operations into the new facility. While the physicists describe their work as "blue sky" research, the field is advancing so rapidly that applications for the basic research are found almost as fast as the research is completed. The Science Research Buildi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 September 1984

r } to?fi t ■ -JMMhI j I Friday, September 7, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 11 Mart Sells lor loss • Wal-Marl Sells 'or Loss • Wal Marl Soils for Less • Wal Mart Soils for Loss • Wal Mart Soils for Loss • Wal Mart Soils t >' l , • Wal Mart Se is for L^si WAL-MART 1 Sj I 1K > * > if • i r V < ' PETER WOLF LIGHTS OUT including LIGHIS-Otrr. 00 EE DIDOLEY BOP1 MARS NEEDS WOMEN EMI AMERICA Y&T IN ROCK WE TRUST A&M COLUMBIA DIO The Last In Line SPANDAU BALLET PARADE Including Only When You Leave/Highly Strung Round And Round Always In The Back Of My Mind * PRINCE AND THE REVOLUTION Purple Rain — Music From The Movie "t: <■ m ■■ « "4 i w ■ ^ 1'** * ■r Mr THE ROLLING STONES REWIND (1971-19841 SCANDAL FEATURING PATTY SMYTH WARRIOR including The Warrior/Hands Tied Only The Young /Beat Ot A Heart WARNER BROS. WARNER BROS. CHRYSALIS Includes Miss You ftngie Emotional Rescue NIGHT RANGER MIDNIGHT MADNESS Includes (YOU CAN STILL) SOCK IN AMf .A RUMOURS IN THE AIR TOUCH OF...

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

Page 12—The North Texas Daily Friday, September 7, 1984 The Unofficial NT Guide to the Good Life Editor's Note: information on vtivitics at NT is available from several sources. Check The NT Daily's Campus Calender each day on Page 3. The University Pro- gram Council's Campus Events Hotline, at 565-2346. is u recorded listing of UPC events. Information about the university itself is available at 565-2000. You might also check The Daily's advertisements and the kiosks—bulletin berths—north of the Uni- versity Union. Campus Offices Dining Services Office: For those times when you could eat a horse. . . but all you can find is dorm food. In Crumley Hall I06. Open M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Express cards, minimum $25. for use at University Union food services or resident hall cafc- terias. for sale M-F 9 a.m.-4p.m. Housing Office: Be it ever so humble, it's nothing like home. In Crumley Hall. Office open M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m.. window open M F 9 a.m.-5 p.m. for casi ransac- tions or room assignments....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Tuesday, September 11, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 126 At the end of late registration Saturday, 21,617 students had enrolled for the fall semester, the Registrar's Office said. That is an increase of S.8 percent over last year's number, 20,424. Official registration for fall 1983 was 20,234 after withdrawals. '' ' V i * ' V ' Photo by BILL DOUTHART HERE COMES THE SUN—The sun rises over the NT campus at 7:20 a.m. Monday. Today's temperatures are expected to reach the upper 90s with clear skies and lows are expected to be in the upper 70s, the National Weather Ser- vice said. Late furniture delays opening of faculty room By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer Those awaiting the opening of the first on-campus faculty/staff lounge in more than 10 years will have to wait a little longer. The University Room was scheduled to open Monday on the first floor of the University Union, but furniture ordered for the lounge has not arrived, said Dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1984

mBBMSK"-.'. 4¥%tt , .r£| - * Editorials The North Texas Dally Page 2 Tuesday, September 11, 1984 ^ Drop the policy In efforts to raise the quality of education at NT, uni- versity officials have taken a closer look at NT's policies and are tightening many of NT's regulations. They raised admissions standards and minimum aca- demic standards. They moved up drop dates, both the final drop and the final drop without instructor approval. In the past, students could drop a class without instruc- tor permission until midsemester. But this year, students have until the 12th class day to drop without the approval of their instructors. For the most part, these changes are good and neces- sary steps toward improving academic standards at NT. Requiring higher standards for freshmen and continu- ing students will no doubt encourage high school students to take the prospect of college seriously and encourage current students to take their classes seriously, no matter how difficult. Moving the dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1984

Tuesday, September 11, 1984 k c - • J- I' j . J' N | > i ► The North Texas Daily—Page 3 News Briefs Support violators face jail FORT WORTH (AP)—State authorities issued about 150 arrest war- rants in Tarrant County during the weekend in a promised crackdown on parents delinquent in child-support payments, and similar roundups can he expected soon in other Texas cities, officials said. At least 23 people were arrested in the county crackdown, advocated by state Attorney General Jim Mattox. "Texas has a horrendous history lor being a sort of haven for parents who don't pay child support. We're trying to change that." said Cynthia Alexander, a spokeswoman for the attorney general. Pair loses contempt appeal AUSTIN (AP)—The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals let stand a con- tempt order Monday against a Houston couple who said their Judaic beliefs bar them from testifying against their son, who is accused of murdering a postal carrier. Bernard and Odette Port refused Aug. 21 to answer g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Photo by BILL DOUTHART VIDEO ADDICTION—Students watch All My Children, a popular soap opera, at the University Union. Many stu- dents use Union facilities to catch their favorite daytime shows between classes. OUR COLLEGE MAN Tuesday, September 11, 1984 By JEF RAY IA Mmee*- U)r AS AMfitlCvJ ■*> 1/ i —r M* i Water holds surprises Inmates speak out against dangerous Texas prisons HUNTSVILLE (AP)—A prisoner who spent 11 days in a hospital last month after being stabbed six times by another inmate says officials are wasting their time trying to alleviate violence in the Texas Department of Corrections facilities. "There's no way they're going to stop this. . .Everyone's acting crazy. It's not like it used to be," said 44-year-old Vic- tor Viera. "These last two years have been bad. I've lost my confidence. I used to think I could make it in TDC. 1 thought I was older, smarter, that 1 couldn't get hurt. But a youngster did this to me. Anything's possible,"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1984

Tuesday, September 11, 1984 if ,h Class offers new splash By BARBARA GREEN Daily Reporter A swimming conditioning course is ten- tatively scheduled by the physical educa- tion department to be offered in the spring or fall of 1985. Dr. Rick Hinrichs of the physical edu- cation faculty suggested the course be offered for students who wish to use swimming as a way to get in shape, rath- er than running or calisthenics. The program will consist of lap swim- ming, work on stroke mechanics with an understanding of basic mechanical prin- ciples for efficient swimming technique and drills using kickboards. As an objective, Hinrichs said, "1 would like students to feel the positive changes the body undergoes physically and psychologically from training, and become better swimmers, too." The course is recommended to students capable of passing the intermediate swim- ming course, or who are able to swim a minimum of 200 yards in good form or show potential to do so. Students will be graded on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1984

& Students study suspense Class highlights mystery fiction y.yy,-• The North Texas Daily ' «• f'™ Tuesday. September 11, 1984 > BY TONYA McMURRAY Staff Writer Dr. James Lee has been reading mystery novels since he was about 12 years old, and for years he considered them "just a time waster—much like watching television." But now, the NT English faculty member says he is beginning to re-evaluate the literary value of mys- tery fiction. "I've been reading mystery novels since I was about 12," Lee said, "and I considered for years and years that it was just a time waster—much like watching television. "I THINK MOST of my colleagues would view this (reading mystery fiction) as a trivial pursuit, but I'm not sure that it is. I'm now convinced that some of the best writing being done is being done in the mys- tery spy-thriller field." This semester Lee is teaching an English class titled Mystery, Thriller and Suspense Novels. The class is one of two sections offered under the Engli...

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