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

\ r 1, ■ f i' I* % > N / < Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, September 11, 1984 >L. -SB* *< Photo by Rusty Hall STAY—Anthony Harris practices to make the tennis team. First cuts will be next week. The Eagles practice from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Golfers compete for team roster By KEN CL RU IN Staff Writer Friday may have meant the end to a long and frustrating first week of school for many NT students, hut for NT's men and women golfers it was just the begin- ning. The women's team finished fifth in the Road Runner Invitational Tourna- ment at New Mexieo State University in Las Cruees, N.M.. and 19 men contin- ued their quest for a spot on the NT men's golf team. Witli three freshmen on the five-member women's golf team, inexperience was a problem for coach Rosey Bartlett in the New Mexico tournament. NT finished fifth out of the eight teams competing in the tournament. The University of New Mexico won first place honors; New Mexico State was second and Lamar third. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 11 September 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily ' V''' NT soccer team splits first games By CRAIG WAY Spccial Writer The NT soever team found the going rough in its first two games of the 1984 season last weekend. The Eagles split a pair of interseetionul games with two high- ly regarded opponents in New England, and may have lost a key member of the team. The Eagles lost the first game of the series on Friday afternoon at the Universi- ty of Connecticut in Storrs. Conn., 3-0. NT was plagued by early mistakes and allowed the Huskies to score all three of their goals in the first half. "We had problems getting started." said head coach Richard Lowe. "We weren't ready in the early going, and they were able to take advantage of our mis- takes." The fact the Eagles were playing a club that had been in the National Collegiate Athletic Association final four for the past four years, had 15 starters back from last year's team, and had already played two games, didn't help matters, either. "They almost seemed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, September 12, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 127 i < u > 1 y Fraternity signs cause administration complaints By DEBRA McCiUIRE Staff Writer Signs saying "IFC fascists" and "human sacrifice" were removed Friday from the front yard of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraterni- ty house as a result of complaints from uni- versity administrators, Greg Berry, Sammy president, said Monday. Berry said the signs were posted for a toga party the fraternity hosted Friday night. "THERE WAS SOME strong disagree- ment like there always has been about what they think is distasteful and what we do," Berry said. Matt Conncll, assistant director of stu- dent activities and organizations, and Brad Moss, head of the lnterfraternity Council, said they asked the Sammys to remove the signs. "They had one sign with 'human sacrifice' on it that raised some serious questions in my mind. I told them they needed to remove it," Connell said. Conncll dec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1984

1MB — The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, September 12, 1984 Editorials Delinquent crackdown August's Project Pay Up may not have worked, but September's Project Roundup should, and it's about time. This weekend in Tarrant County, 23 people were arrest- ed and 150 arrest warrants were issued as part of Texas Attorney General Jim Mattox's crackdown on child sup- port debtors. A new law which allows delinquent child support pay- ments to be garnished from one's paycheck should have been a good clue that the crackdown was serious. However, for those who had their doubts, the recent arrests should assure them that they can spend time if they don't spend money on their kids. August was set aside in Tarrant County for parents to line up at the Child Support Enforcement Division and have payments arranged with no penalties assessed to them. The parent who is supposed to pay child support pay- ments and doesn't is withholding money from a much needed fund—the child. Finally the people a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1984

Wednesday, September 12, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 ■ 1 ' < ! 4 4 News Briefs Bush whacks tax proposal CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP)—With his tax-increase plan for cutting federal red ink on the table, Walter Mondalc is challenging President Reagan "to stop avoiding the deficit issue." But Vice President George Bush says there's no need for Reagan to offer a plan because "the people know where we're coming from." Bush, campaigning in the South while Reagan continued his break from the campaign, responded to the Democratic presidential candidate's unveil- ing Monday of a $177 billion package of tax increases and spending cuts designed to slash the budget deficit. "It looks to me like a program for failure and for turning this country back to the economic gloom and doom it was in when wc took office," Bush said. State may revoke paroles DALLAS (AP)—State officials say they may try to put back behind bars some violent criminals who got out of prison early because a tough 1977 parole ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1984

i Page 4—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, September 12, 1984 | i > %. tm 1 Photo by RUSTY HALL JAMMING OUT—Carl Finch, lead singer and guitarist of Denton nuclear polka band Brave Combo, performs at the Rock Bottom Lounge. The band has toured around the nation. Parties announce activities By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer Denton County Democrats and Republicans have many activities planned in preparation for the Novem- ber elections. More activities will be announced as the election nears; the following is a partial list of bipartisan and party activities in Denton County dur- ing the next few weeks. Unless otherwise noted, all activities are free and open to the public. There will be a reception for Lloyd Odle, the Dem- ocratic candidate for District 59 of the Texas House of Representatives at 2 p.m. today in Room Two of the Union Building of Texas Woman's University. The Republican candidate for District 59 is Jim Horn. The Denton County Democrats will hold a meet- ing at 7:30 p.m. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1984

Wednesday, September 12, 1984 ' t 1 I \ * / < I ♦ t r > « > < ► i 1 i i < > > i < f t i ♦ Faculty, staff discuss war 7"wo conflicts show similarity OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY By ROY MILLER Special Writer ' I was scared all ihe lime I was there . . . Ihe heal, the smell—the smell of fear, being afraid 24 hours a day makes you become vicious, jumpy. The mud, the rain—I can remember the rats. We'd sleep at night and rats would crawl up on you because of your body heat. They'd sleep right next to ya". . .the heat was like walking into a blast furnace and the smell? Imagine 50,000 Gls without toi- let facilities coupled with oppressive heat. . .dead earth; earth pounded and pounded with artillery—ihe smell of cord- ite just hung in the air." —Roger Dunham. NT personnel special- is! and Vietnam veteran Analysis For many Americans, the Vietnam War was a mistake. It seemed to be a noble crusade to assist the South Vietnamese in the name o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 6 Wednesday, September 12, 1984 . On The Tube .iK'* ' . ; First, the makeup. then check the monitors. Cable programs serve Denton Cox Cable Channel 25 is keeping Denton informed with three locally pro- duced shows that cover everything from what's happening on campus to what movies are worth seeing around town and on cable television. "NT Scene," "Dr. Fangus' Video Clinic," and "Peek Previews" are pro- duced at the Cox Cable Studio at Mulbery and Industrial in Denton. "NT Scene" is a weekly show that covers football games. Greek events, eookouts, graduations, banquets, concerts, theater events and nearly everything else that goes on at NT. Executive producer Stan Moore, a member of the radio/television/film division faculty, calls the show "a kind of audio-visual newspaper." Students write, produce, direct and tape the show, which has been airing since January. A newer show, on the air since May, is "Dr. Fangus' Video Clinic," which is hosted by a dog. Pro...

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

' \<l * 1 t if >' I Wednesday, September 12, 1984 Arts studio offers new craft classes By STEVE BEAVERS Staff Writer The Union Arts Studio is offering six new classes this semester for those who want to learn a craft, get an early start on Christmas presents, or just have a good time being creative. The classes are one-day workshops that begin Sept. 29. Offered arc minicourses in: • Flier Design, a course in designing and printing professional-looking fliers. Sept. 29; • Glass Etching, how to sandblast original designs into glasses, mirrors, and more, Oct. 6; • Paper Marbling and Bookbinding, a class in creating designs on paper using turpentine and oil paints, Oct. 6; • Mask Making, the use of papier-mache for making Halloween disguises or decorative wall hangings, Oct. 27; • Batik, a course in hand printing textiles using ink and wax, Nov. 3; • Ceramic Wind Chimes, the making of chimes by modeling in clay, paint- ing and firing. Nov. 10. Classes will be held from noon to 4 p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 September 1984

^2 #P#|SV>IP The North Texas Daily Wednesday, September 12, 1984 Page 8 Thinclads sgagjui Nn aa?^T;t ■ . -f ■.' : "7 -v~; 'V'" .o . ' v "- " ■ "'/■> ? •••/"• ,J if ^ >jr!. -.V • •. . .■; Photo by JOHNNY WALLACE DISC JOCKEY—Joe Donia, Los Angeles, Calif., junior, plays the fourth hole of the Frisbee golf tournament. The tournament was sponsored by the NT Frisbee Golf Club. Tourney draws 85 teams Registration for flag football went pretty much the way it was supposed to. John Campbell, assistant director of intramural sports, said last week that he expected the number of teams signing up for the flag football tournament to be a record setter, and as it turns out, he was right. Eighty-five teams are scheduled to participate, sur- passing last year's record of 70. "The interest in intramural sports at NT has been growing year after year, and it's getting to the point where the number of teams involved will become hard to manage," Campbell said. With growth come the problems of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

\ I '' <1 h 1 * ( f 1 I I \ 1 \ i I I The North Texas Daily Thursday, September 13, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 128 Hurley emphasizes goals for coming year By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer NT President Al Hurley, speaking at a Faculty Senate meeting Wednesday, said the main objective of NT is to "operate and maintain an institution of higher education for up to 21,500 students." He spoke about objectives, goals and programs for the 1985 fiscal year, which began Sept. 1 and ends Aug. 31. THERE ARE 21,617 students enrolled for the fall semester. Hurley said, but that number will proba- bly level off to about 21,500 during the next few weeks due to withdrawals. Hurley said institutional objectives arc to increase NT's involvement in the Metroplex, to complete the reaccreditation self-study required by the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities for reac- creditation, to complete centennial objectives, to con- sider creation of a University Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

c 1 Pip 6,m'" I o*. The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, September 13, 1984 Editorials Talk, people listen W Pin Sometimes you get what you ask for. A case in point is the University Union, which expand- ed its services this summer in response to a marketing survey. Faculty, staff and a representative sample of stu- dents were asked what they would like to see in the way of services at the Union. People requested longer hours at the check cashing counter. Some wanted more places at which to sit in the Union's eating areas. Some of the faculty and staff wanted to be able to dine out of the pres- ence of students. Others said the students were OK but not their books, because studying stu- dents eat s-o s-l-o-w-l-y. Those who took the time to reply to the survey saw many of their suggestions become reality with the beginning of the fall term. An information center was established to cen- tralize check cashing, lost and found, ticket sales and a variety of other services in one locati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

Thursday, September 13, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 \ <> M y> News Briefs Braniff stock hits lowest level ever DALLAS (AP)—As Braniff Inc. stock plunged to its lowest level ever, some Wall Street analysts began wondering openly if the beleaguered airline will stay in business. "When the stock sells on or around $2 a share, the market is assuming a bankruptcy," Al Norling of Kidder, Peabody & Co. in New York, told the Dallas Times Herald. Braniff closed at $l per share in over-the- counter trading Tuesday. Refusal to testify sends pair to jail HOUSTON (AP)—A Jewish couple went to jail arm-in-arm Wednesday for refusing to tes- tify before a grand jury investigating a killing in which their son is charged. Bernard and Odette Port, who contend their religion prohibits them from bearing witness against their 17-year-old son, surrendered to sheriff's officers shortly after a judge received official notice that his contempt of court rul- ing had been affirmed by the Texa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

' Page 4—The North Texas Daily Going to the library? Better watch vour shoes OUR COLLEGE MAN Thursday, September 13, 1984 By JEF RAY By PHYLLIS McCLELLAN Special Writer Shoe theft in the Information Scienc- es Building is steadily increasing, alert- ing many students to keep their shoes on while in the library, said Helen Thorn- ton. ISB library assistant. "Monday, a student had to walk bare- foot to Fouts Field after his shoes were stolen, and the hot streets formed blis- f that didn't stop the shoe thief. The stu- dent felt someone tugging at his chair legs and ran after the suspect, but he got away. The student had also brought his camera with him, but when he tried to take a picture of the thief, his flash didn't work." The student then reported what had hap- pened to the ISB staff. Thornton said the student gave a description of the suspect and the clothing he was wearing. 'If you saw the expression on some of the victims' faces, you'd feel sorry for them and feel their anger t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

Thursday, September 13, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 \ Cafeteria receives face lift 11 ) •\ 1/ r ( / ( * V < !\ Photo by BILL DOUTHART Mae Veil Hillard prepares bacon in Bruce Hall's renovated kitchen. Revamp costs $204,140 By ZENA McCLELLAN Special Writer During the summer, the Bruce Hull cafeteria received extensive remodeling in the kitchen- and dining areas, which cost $204,140. Pat Perkins, Bruce Hall cafeteria morn- ing supervisor, suit!.' The kitchen received new deep fryers, tables for cooks, can openers and refrigerators. The dining area received new carpet, toasters, an ice dis- penser and a new salad bar that lights up. "Instead of two serving lines, there an: three for quicker service to the students," Perkins said. A carbonated drink machine was also added to the cafeteria. The cafeteria was supposed to open for lunch Monday, but workers fini - ing up last-minute preparations caused a delay until dinner time, Perkins said. Ben Sims, the cafeteria night superviso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

Arts & . The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, September 13, 1984 'Risky Business:' a sure bet Movie portrays teen-age boy's fantasy turned reality By STEVE BEAVERS Staff Writer Risky Business, directed by Paid Brickman, star- ring Tom Cruise and Rebecca de Mornay. Rated R. At the University Union Lyceum, Thursday through Saturday, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Before anything else happens in "Risky Business." we see and hear a fantasy—a fantasy much like any guy would have. To begin with, anyway. We see a beautiful girl showering in our bathroom, a girl we've never met but would like to. She asks us to wash her back, and we're more than happy to oblige. But something goes wrong and the distance from the doorway to the shower seems to double with every step, and by the time we're there and through the sliding glass door we find our fantasy has mutat- ed into a nightmare. Suddenly we're standing in the back of a classroom were a multitude of students are finishing up their college entran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, September 13, 1984 * 7/ I ( h i \ n i NT women serve /oss to Pioneers By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT women's tennis team defeated Texas Woman's University 8-1 Tuesday in its first match of the fall. In singles, NT's No. I seed Pao Barreintos defeat- ed Deborah Szymikowiak 6-1, 6-0; second seed Wen- dy Oakes defeated TWU's Lisa Thomas 6-4, 6-3; NT's Claudia Cuneo defeated Sherry Stogner 6-1, 6-1; Kelly McCollum defeated TWU's Irma Cantu 6-4, 6-0; Jan Gilbert defeated NT's Amy Haines 3-6, 6-4. 6-1, and Claire Gibson defeated TWU's There- sa Valdez 6-0, 6-1 In doubles, NT's No. I team of Barrientos and Oakes defeated Szymikowiak and Gilbert 6-1, 6-2; Cuneo and McCollum defeated TWU's Thomas and Bishop 6-3, 6-1; NT's Gibson and Bridgettc Jordan defeated Stogner and Cantu 7-5, 6-3, NT tennis coach Steve Buck said the team played well, but there is room for improvement. "I'm not discouraged, there's a lot of potential. They're going to h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 September 1984

% , 1 Page 8—The North Texas Daily Ballgame to be on TV The NT-Lamar football game will be televised by cable satellite in a Fort Worth club Saturday, said Jim Hobdy. director of fund-raising and athletic promotions. The club, Southfork, is at 3504 Alta Mesa, and is open to the public. The party begins at 6:30 p.m. No one under 19 will be admitted. Admission is free, and happy hour will be until 8 p.m. Former NT student Jim Plummer organized the party for present and former students, Hobdy said. Sports Briefs NT does not have the club reserved but has been promised use of the television. Hobdy said the signal will come out of Baton Rouge, La. THE NT CRICKET Club will practice at 2 p.m. Saturday at the PE Building field. Eleven to 22 peo- ple are needed for the practice, and it is open to men and women. Club president Ivor Weiner said the club has trou- ble getting American members. Weiner said the club has about 30 members. 2 p.m. to 3:20 Photo by BILL DOUTHART POSSE—The cycling cla...

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

■ The North Texas Daily Friday, September 14, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 129 NT students to remain at TWU this semester By AMBER SMITH Daily Reporter Students living at the Texas Woman's University campus because of a lack of dorm rooms at NT will remain there throughout the semester, said Betsy Mc- Guire. acting director of housing. At a meeting between Smith-Carroll Hall residents and administrators Wed- nesday. McGuire told about 50 of the 235 residents. "Yes, you are definitely here for the rest of the fall semester. We made a one-semester contract." NT President Al Hurley said he real- ized that there were some problems. "But we are working to make this situation as comfortable as possible. 1 hope that by the spring semester you will be given the opportunity to live over on campus. All indications are that's going to hap- pen." In addition to the students at Smith- Carroll. about 100 more are being housed at The College Inn to make up for the...

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

Page 2—The North Texas Daily Friday, September 14, 1984 1 : Those who honor me I will honor . .fSKmet 230b Fair: rganizations show 'n' tell Lee Harper and Joe Rank man the Ultimate Frlsbee Club table J 1 If i W&4 Those W/?o ftmir ine IwillhmrJi m s7 Photos by BILL DOLTHART and MICHAEL WETCHENSKY SOCIAL 1EN: WHKrtt 1 Donald Thomas and Donald Browder shake hands The Student Activities Fair Wednesday offered student organiza- tions a chance to show NT students what they have to offer. Fifty student organizations participated in the fair. Several of the groups gave demonstrations and others distributed literature. It was sponsored by the Student Activities Center. Students explain their organizations —S Have something for sale? Advertise in the NT Daily S JjJ 565-2851 0-- PART TIME Jobs Available Mon. - Thurs. 4 to 9 Call 382-1517 Ask for Phil Reed Star Builders And Supply Need Part-Time Income .. Flexible hours call New Way Enterprises 566-7913 Tues.-Fri. 12-6 pm 1508 Malone Brian ...

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