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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1984

. • Wednesday, September 19, 1984 The North 1 exas Daily—Page 3 4 A' I * 4 If 11 1 t \ * News Briefs Texans pledge to fight bill WASHINGTON (AP)—Two Texans, a Republican and a Democrat, joined forces Tuesday, pledging to block floor action on either side of the Capitol when House-Senate conferees complete work on a compromise immigration bill. Rep. Kent Hance, D-Texas, told a news conference the modified legal- ization program approved by the conferees is a sham that would discour- age illegal aliens from applying for legal status. He argued that few aliens will try to legalize their status because they will have to provide documents to show they had been working and might become liable for back taxes that had not been paid. "It's a disincentive for people to seek legalization," Hance said. The West Texas congressman said he has enough votes to defeat the measure on the House floor and that Republican Texas Sen. John Tower will filibus- ter against it in the Senate. Officials arrest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1984

Wf' Page 4—The North Texas Daily i V s; OUR COLLEGE MAN OutColL&z^Ad lite fiisT&JK Cttt&uf-- ■ Wednesday, September 19, 1984 By JEF RAY >Hs Photo by RUSTY HALL UNDEREXPOSED—Brent Phelps puts on the hood while teaching his Art 356 class in front of the Speech and Dra- ma Building while Steve Schwolbert, Denton senior, adjusts the camera. Club seeks members; explores job options By JERRY BOULWARE Staff Writer The NT Communications Career Club is having a membership drive from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Friday in Speech Build- ing 250, Misty Shatto, club president, said. A $5 membership fee is required to join the club, she said. The fee. covers the costs of speakers and refreshments at the career forums sponsored by the group. Any remaining membership funds are used to cover the costs of social functions. Shatto said students do not have to be interpersonal communications majors or minors in order to join the club. "Just interested people can join "Basically, what we do i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1984

<T * 1 < If i i ' \ i ¥ 4 I < i i i •V ■■ it r 7 t i • 1 \ Wednesday, September 19, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 New system comes to NT Police department communications to expand By AMBER SMITH Daily Reporter The NT Police Department expects to have a new, more advanced communications sys- tem installed and lully operational by Nov. I, Capt. Vic Lauderdale said. "It will make us a lot more efficient," Lauderdale said. The equipment currently in use is not state-of-the-art. "It's old and we've had a lot of problems. You can't do a lot with it." THE BASE station and transmitter were purchased in l%y. and the portable radios were bought with a state grant in 1975. Because the system is in use 24 hours a day, seven days a week, "they are pretty critical to our operation," he said. A Centracom Series 2 network will replace the old communications system and "will expand our capabilities tremendously," Lau- derdale said. NT police officers will be able to reach any police dep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1984

s & Ent ;V; :.fv;. 'S!f^:• i$:'f "Tj ' 1;'P,f% ■•■■ alnment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Wednesday, September 19, 1984 Awash with realism Watercolor: No second-class medium Photo by BILL DOUTHART SLIDE BY SLIDE—Dawn Jones, San Antonio junior, views slides (or her art history course. A slide study room on the sec- ond floor of the Art Building gives students an opportunity to review slides used in their classes. English program promotes new ideas, teaching methods By INGRID WATSON Daily Reporter Tim Kirkup joined the NT English faculty because he was interested in doing some- thing different. "I've always wanted to do this," he said, referring to a faculty exchange program that brought him to NT and sent Don Vann. a 20-year member of the English faculty, to Sussex, England, to take Kirkup's place at Christ's Hospital, an English school for needy children. The program is one that Dr. Tom Preston, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and other administrators have been trying t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, September 19, 1984 i * r ' I , V * ' I " f. 1 NCAA plans drug testing National concern about abuse spurs program By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer A growing concern across the nation about drug abuse, spurred by incidents involving professional athletes with drug dependencies and the dismissal of several athletes at the recent Pan American Games for using anabolic steroids, has prompted (he NCAA and universities to begin plans for drug testing programs. THIS FALL, Northeast Louisiana University became the first Southland Conference school to start its own drug testing program. NLU athletic director Benny Hollis said that during the last three years, he has grown concerned with the drug problem in society. He said he began to study the problem and decid- ed that not only was drug abuse against the lasv. but also a threat to the health of an individual. Hollis said helping students with such problems is part of the educational process. He said every...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 September 1984

V vmr. ?):;■ >; ■■•v : - . • ' ;(••.'S'I' • I* ■ '• ... Page &—The North Texas Dally ■ '..i \ Wednesday, September 19, 1984 r Photo by BILL D0UTHART I THINK I CAN—Philip Holmes, Dallas senior, works out on a Universal weight machine during a weight training class in the Men's Gym. The class meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p.m. Kickers tie for second place in Midwestern Division Poll By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer For the second week in a row, the NT soccer team had a difficult road trip against two tough teams. After losing to Connecticut and coming back to beat Boston College a week ago, they tied Air Force on Friday, beat Colorado College on Sunday and moved into a tie for second place in the Top 10 Midwestern Division Poll. The 3-3 tie with Air Force, (ranked fifth in the Midwestern Division) left soccer coach Richard Lowe with mixed reactions. After he saw his team let a victory slip through its fingers by allowing Air Force to score with 30 seconds left in the gam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1984

<< A ! \ U -m: e North Texas Daily Thursday, September 20, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 132 Equipment losses total $177,000 last fiscal year By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer Last year, more than $177,()0() worth of equipment was reported missing from research labs and other NT facilities but that figure represents less than I percent of university property, Phil Diebel, vice president for fiscal affairs, said Wed- nesday. Although a state auditors office letter to the NT Board of Regents said the uni- versity lost more than $235,000 worth of equipment during fiscal year 1983, 'About 54 percent of the items were lost over sev- eral years. We have to carry some of these items on the books for a while. Some of them have been missing for a couple of years.' —Phil Diebel Vice President of Fiscal Affairs Diebel said the actual figure is consider- ably less. "The figure is based on an annual inventory we take each year," Diebel said. "The first time we ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Thursday, September 20, 1984 Editorials Voting matters If trends continue, some historian might write someday, "They held an election in 1984 and nobody came." Voter turnout for the last six presidential elections has progressively declined, from 62.8 percent of the voting age population in the I960 election to 53.9 percent in 1980. according to figures compiled by the Committee lor the Study of the American Electorate. Controversy arose on Election Day 1980, when network news correspondents predicted a landslide victory lor Ron- ald Reagan over incumbent Jimmy Carter. Carter did, in fact, lose, and his supporters said the early forecast of a Re- publican victory discouraged West Coast voters from going to the polls, since the election already seemed to be decided. The pollsters are busy again this presidential election year. By some accounts, Reagan is as much as 15 percentage points ahead of Walter Mondale. The Democratic candidate must wonder sometimes if he...

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

Thursday, September 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 News Briefs Writing center to offer workshops The University Writing Center will sponsor four workshops next week. The first two will deal with correct sentence structure. They will be held from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday and Wednesday in the Auditorium Building. The third workshop will focus on verb tenses and will be from 10 a.m. to II a.m. Thursday. The fourth will be from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Thurs- day and will be about punctuation. The workshops are free and are offered each month. Mature Students Group meets Friday The Mature Student's Group will meet at 8 p.m. Friday in University Union 413. The group's pur- pose is to help students age 25 and older meet their peers in an educational and social atmosphere, said Sue Witschi, group organizer. "The first hour is devoted to an educational item, like a lecture," said Witschi. who works in the Women and Nontraditional Students Office. "The second half of the evening is a social e...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily OUR COLLEGE MAN Thursday, September 20, 1984 By JEF RAY OuQ CoUKZMAA & A &rr Urf /ri1a#MiM6 W A l^c 7mo Class studies campaigns By BARRY MENDELSOHN Daily Reporter Students in Dr. William Demougeot's "Communication in Political Campaigns" class arc following local political cam- paigns closely to determine the impact of political speeches on voters' attitudes. Each student selects a candidate and analyzes the effectiveness and persuasive- ness of the candidate's speeches by sur- veying the audiences being addressed. THE STUDENTS must become close to the candidates in order to understand the strategy of the campaign speech. Dcmougeot said. Students will ask why certain issues arc emphasized and to which type of audience a certain speech is geared. Demougeot said at least 20 local can- didates will be covered. The more con- tests covered, he said, the better to deter- mine speech effectiveness. "With a class this size (37 students), we can cover a n...

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

< ♦ • I I I S V I < ♦ ' 11 < I ' I ( I : I ' I 1 v i V I ) t I « t I ) 1 f t Thursday, September 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 RHA discusses goals Hall officers amend constitution By KIM CASTILLO Daily Reporter The Residence Hall Association Executive Com mittee discussed upcoming events, goals, a budget, legislation and elected officers al its first meeting Monday at Crumley Hall. The RHA is also working toward amending and revising the present RHA constitution to better sup- port dorm and campus life. RHA president Melynda Nanney, DeSoto sophomore, said. The 54 members were called upon to vote on three officer's positions which were occupied by active menbers. Steve Moore, Bedford junior, Patrice Trigg, Fort Worth freshman, and Robi Fisher, De Soto sopho- more were elected to the offices of vice president, secretary and parliamentarian, respectively. I'lie par liamentarian position will be used for the first time this semester, because members said there was a nee...

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

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, September 20, 1984 5^ Pholo by MIKE WETCHENSKY BLIND MAN'S BLUFF—Hypnotist and ESP expert Gil Eagles performs a mindreading trick in front of the Union for passers- Band to release album by. Eagles performed at the Rock Bottom Lounge Wednesday night. Fosse's 'Star 80' traces Playmate's rise and fall By STEVE BEAVERS Staff Writer "Star 80," directed by Bob Fosse, starring Mariel Hemingway and Eric Roberts. Rated R. At the Uni- versity Union Lyceum, today and Friday, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. On August 14. Il)80, Playboy Playmate Dorothy Straiten was killed by a shotgun blast in the face. After her estranged husband Paul Snider killed her. Movie Review he turned the gun on himself. The events leading up to this murder-suicide are the basis for Bob Fosse's "Star 80." "Star 80" is about a young woman's graduation from ingenue to celebrity. It is about a man who saw potential for fame in a girl and who selfishly and immediately b...

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

I y. ' I I' it ' I ♦ |l 1 1* ' IV H IX 1* 1 t f h" K ' r ' 11 I * I ' 1 I 1 v I V I 4 I * ' I' I I I ! ! . i< I ♦ I J Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, September 20, 1984 Inconsistency, inexperience plague Eagles By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT football team is plagued by the ins—inconsistency and inexperience. The NT offense has scored 16 points in its two games of the season. Neither starting quarterback Scott Toman nor Dan- ny David have been able to move the team with consistency. Last week against Lamar, the Eagle offense had several golden opportunities to put the ball into the end /one, but could only take advan- tage of a Lamar fumble at the Cardinal 3-yard line. At one point in the game, following a Cardinal turnover at the Lamar 20, the Eagle offense went backwards. Instead of having a second-down-and-six at the Lamar 17. the Eagles ended up with a sccond-and-59 at their own 29-yard line. Head coach Corky Nelson said one of the Eagles' problems is incon...

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

Wmm, ■ i*"? "r ' ■"" '"'r' #*fr , Page 8—The North Texas Dally Eagle tennis team wins match over Midwestern State University Thursday, September 20, 1984 ■ By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT women's tennis team extended its record to 2-0 by defeating Mid- western State University 5-4, and the men's team lost 6-3 to the MSU men's team Tuesday at NT. In women's singles, Pao Barrientos defeated MSU's Ann Haydcn 3-6, 6-3, 6-0; Pauline Bunke defeated NT's Claudia Cuneo 6-2, 6-3; MSU's Brenda Gonzalez defeated Wendy Oakes 6-7, 6-4, 6-4; Angela McKee defeated NT's Kelly McCollum 6-3, 6-4; NT's Chris Orzechowski defeated Kris Brison 6-1, 6-2; and Claire Gibson defeated MSU's Ann Berry 6-0, 6-0. IN WOMEN'S DOUBLES, the NT team of Barrientos and Oakes defeated Hayden and Bunke 4-6, 6-2, 6-4; MSU's Gonzalez and McKee defeated Orzechowski and McCollum 6-3, 6-4; and NT's Cuneo and Gibson defeated Brison and Berry 2-6, 6-3, 7-6. In men's singles, MSU's Andrew Norman defeated Paul Wagner 6-4, 6-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Friday, September 21, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 133 J • H fj • ii < ! Federal cutbacks decrease grants By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer The School of Community Service lost more than $l million in research grant money in fiscal year 1984, according to figures released by the Office of Research and Academic Grants. According to the research office, the school received $631,858 in 1984, and $1,698,353 in 1983. Dr. William Luker, dean of the school, said much of the loss could be attributed to federal cutbacks instituted by the Reagan administration. "There's a very straightforward expla- nation for the cuts," Luker said. "After Reagan was elected, there began to be drastic cuts in all sorts of social programs. Some of the deepest cuts were in the fields of labor, economics and industrial re- lations. For example, CETA, the job train- ing program that had been set up during the Nixon administration, was complete- ly abolished a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

IftK; fH'***&'■ %i ommentary The North Texas Dally Page 2 Friday, September 21, 1984 « Editorials Proposition 2 Texas voters have an opportunity Nov. 6 to supply all state universities with the funds they need to ensure smooth expansion in the future. An amendment to the Texas Constitution that would greatly help higher education is on the ballot, and is known as Proposition 2. The amendment would establish a $100- million-a-year fund for Texas colleges and universities outside of the Texas A&M and University of Texas systems. Despite the advantages of this fund, some advocates of the amendment are fearful voters will reject the amend- ment because of fears of tax increases. NT and 25 other state universities must go before the Legislature like beggars every two years to get funds. Not only does this take up the Legislature's time, it makes it difficult for university administrators to plan for the future, because they never know exactly how much mon- ey they will get until ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

Forum The North Texas Daily Page 3 Friday, September 21, 1984 Kobier/I have felt the joys of teaching freshman English Surely all our conventional wisdom says thai any article extolling the joys of teaching freshman English can only be written with a very large tongue in a very small cheek or will have to be so short as almost to he invisible. In fact, the only article shorter than one on the joys of teaching freshman English would be one on the joys of taking it. But, as we all know by now. conventional (like the recent one in Dallas) wisdom is not always right, especially about basic truths. XT'- There are joys in teaching freshman composition; I know because I have felt them. My personal joys (if any) in tak- ing freshman composition have been for- gotten in the ensuing 39 years. So what arc those joys in teaching 25 freshmen to write better, or at all? The first is small classes and close con- tact with students who do want to learn. We have the opportunity to meet each other in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

Page 4—'The North Texas Daily Iteii Friday, September 21, 1984 m -mis LINfc fiOR RE6ISTEREP VOTWSOHLy A.U. OTWCRS urr rm B°°* Organizations register Denton County voters By MARC McDONALD Daily Reporter As the Oct. 6 voter registration deadline draws near, several NT and Denton organi- zations are busy registering students, as well as seeking volunteers. In order to register to vote in Denton County, a person must be a citizen of the United States and must have lived in the same location for at least 60 days. If a person has moved to Denton from another location he must re-register in Den- ton. People who have moved within Den- ton should check with the county voter regis- trar to see if re-registration is necessary. One group registering voters is the Den- ton County Democratic Party. They will be conducting a door-to-door registration and canvassing at 10 a.m. Saturday. Betty Thet- ford, county coordinator for the Democrats, said volunteers are needed to help out Satur- day. "Those...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

T - I ♦ ' ' r i I * i I * ' 1* 4 f * 1 • • I • > I \ V < I I ^ 1 t 11 ^ I ¥ t I * i * i • • \ ' < i ... < T i ' i Friday, September 21, 1984 rB . " ' Pholo by BILL DOUTHART WATCHING AND WAITING—Kay Bowie, Little Rock, Ark., the Art Building. Lounges near windows are favorite plac- junior, waits for a drawing for her interior design class in es to sit between classes. OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY /*/ UUMfi 0/iCf AbA/rJ "jUfxAM* CoU-tie At4*J ' £fAfZ //tn Atn rf /)i H* We HoAtoV' et UAw!> h&Mf y A aV ; i/tty ft# THe Vrnvep Speaker warns students of VD symptoms, hazards By MELANIE EHRENFELD Daily Reporter An NT health education specialist warned students about venereal disease and its symptoms Wednesday niyht at Bruce Hall. "If you are a sexually active person, this information is a must," Kitty Maus said. "VD is not Tunny if it happens to you. Females can carry gonorrhea without even knowing it," she said. Gonorrhea usually appears two to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

" fpp . ' ■ * ■ " . Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Friday, September 21, 1984 Photo by BILL DOUTHART WET PAINT—Mary Warren, Dallas junior, mixes oil paint with turpentine and linseed oil. Warren is working on a project for her beginning painting class. Calendar of Events h a. in • 5 | m < a ni - p ni noon 5 P m. An exhibit of drawings b> J D. Crowe, an editorial cartoonist for the h>rt Worth Star Telegram, will be on displa) at Texas Col- lege ol Osteopathic Medicine at Camp Bowie and Montgomery in Fort Worth. The exhibit continues through Sept 30. An exhibit ol *orks by Connie Cullum is on display in the Union Ciallery on ihc third lloor ol the I University Union. The exhibit contin- ues through Sept 28 An exhibit ol contemporary watercolors Irom the Spring!icld Ait Museum in Springfield. Mo., is on display in the University Gallery on the first floor of the An Building file ex- hibit continues through Sept 2X not m 5 p.m 7pm A: 9:30 p.m. Suturdu) 7:...

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