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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, September 21, 1984 f t Starting spot goes to David Freshman opens first college game against SMU JURRIN must he ahle to (In: nrevenf turnovers, move the nation of Dunard and Atkins arroiinteH f By KEN CURRIN and JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writers NT football coach Corky Nelson has decidcd red- shirt freshman Danny David will be the starting quar- terback in Saturday night's game against the Southern Methodist University Mustangs. "He may not play the whole game, but since he has moved the team pretty well in practice, we're going to give him his shot against SMU," Nelson said. When David steps onto the artificial turf of Texas Stadium to line up against the Mustangs, he will begin his first collegiate game, but he said going against the 14th ranked team in the nation doesn't put any added pressure on him or the team. "Nobody expects us to beat SMU so we can't really lose," David said. "But, who knows, maybe we can sur- prise a few people." Nelson said h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 September 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily September Golf team finishes 13th The NT men's golf team's 13th place fin- ish in the Oklahoma City Invitational at Okla- homa City's Lincoln Park golf course this week spoiled golf coach Jerry Greiner's debut. ' My debut wasn't the greatest, but it was a good tournament, and I learned a lot." Greiner said the team did not play as well as he thought they would, and he said the Sports Briefs team's poor start on the first day of compe- tition did not help the team. "We didn't get off to a good start on the first day, and it kind of set the tone for the whole tourn- ament . "We still have a lot of learning to do. We did not take advantage of our good fortune, and when things went bad, we let it get even worse. We need to work on our short game and putting. We threw a lot of shots in Oklahoma on bad putting." Brad Hays led NT in individual scoring with a 70-77-73; Carv Linck followed with a 74-74-75; Rick DeLoach shot 71-75-77; Gene Gibson shot 80-67-74; Je...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

V ■ J; 9 \ The North Texas Daily Tuesday, September 25, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 134 Faculty to discuss plan for University Senate By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer The Faculty Senate is scheduled to discuss Wednes- day a proposed plan that would form a University Sen- ate to replace the existing Faculty Senate. The senate will meet at 2 p.m. in Wooten Hall 322. The University Senate would operate much like the Faculty Senate, but would include representatives from the NT administration, staff and students, as well as from the faculty. If approved, it would replace the Faculty Senate. Dr. Jim Danielson, chairman of the ad hoc Commit- tee on Faculty Governance that studied the idea of a university senate, said he supports the plan. "A university senate would provide an opportunity for all the different segments of the university to assem- ble to discuss significant issues which affect NT," he said. The proposal would establish a University Senate of 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

Commentary Editorials In pursuit of grass Those wanting to walk barefoot through NT grass would have to make a serious and determined effort to do so these days, thanks to an extensive sidewalk construction project undertaken earlier this year. It seemed that students had gotten into the habit of taking the most direct routes in the pursuits of knowledge and other goals, and the unfortunate result was a series of paths that made campus lawns look more like cow pas- tures than the grounds of a uni- versity campus. After futile efforts to restore the downtrodden earth to its for- mer state of green, the Physi- cal Plant decided to give in to the inevitable and pave the areas where people insisted upon walking. Also this summer, a number of trenches were dug in order to lay conduits to new buildings, including the Science Research Building. That is why, today, in many areas on campus, one must make a deliberate and inconvenient detour in order to give in to any sudden overwhelming urge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

V Tuesday, September 25, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 i « ft I i) t , \ ; t t )< i > * i .< News Briefs Reagan addresses UN UNITED NATIONS (API- President Reagan, striking a conciliatory tone, said Monday he would work to narrow "the clear differences" between the United States and the Soviet Union. The president proposed high-level meetings that would be "essential if crises are to be avoided." Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko listened with a poker face, hands folded in his lap, as Reagan addressed the 39th session of the United Nations General Assembly. "American has repaired its strength ... We are ready for constructive negotiations with the Soviet Union." Reagan said. Addressing the charge that his hardline anti-communism has increased hostilities between the superpowers, Reagan suggested in his speech that new talks between U.S. and Soviet cabinet-level officials would provide a "fresh approach to reducing international tensions." Bill may grant tax amnesty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

■ ' ■" ■■ • ' •. • " :i*;v >'; 1-. '■'.: ' •?,„.•••>• ' ■. •'. .!■ . ' • "• .'■"' •■ -v>. ■ . Page 4—The North Texas Daily OUR COLLEGE MAN % ' ■ # < • '+J& ** '/•■ > , * s By JEF RAY •%y . ■ : . ;^:v, Tuesday, September 25, 1984 T*D Ut* 1B„ ?Ay A'Ff(J fA&trt. T/c^T"- -rfUr'l' ) Armey criticizes deficit, federal education funding By MARC McDONALD Daily Reporter Republican congressional candidate Richard Armey criticized the federal defi- cit and urged cuts in government spend- ing during an appearance at NT Thursday evening. He addressed the College Republicans during their weekly meeting in the Uni- versity Union. Armey, who is on a leave of absence from his position as an eco- nomics instructor at NT. is running for the 26th Congressional District seat. U.S. Rep. Tom Vandergriff has the seat. Armey said he supports a balanced bud- get amendment to the U.S. Constitution. He said all federal education spending should be reduced, except Cor funds pro- vided to d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, September 25, 1984 / ♦ v I . I ) * | • <?) t ^ i I v v V • * ! } i I i • i ... \ i |> I i." Film depicts rottenness in core of Big Apple By STEVE BEAVERS Staff Writer ' Prime of the City,'' directed by Sidney Lionet, star- ring Treat William.', and Bab Balaban. Rated R. At the Lyceum, today, 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Sidney Lumet has made several films using the city of New York as a locale—"Serpico," "Dog Day Afternoon," and "Network" are three of them. But "Prince of the City" is his best. "Prince of the City" best represents one facet of New York as it really was during the late '60s and early '70s—the corruption behind the city's SIU Movie Review (Special Investigation Unit). The SIU was made up of about 60 narcotics detectives who were an elite group of policemen. Their special assignments gave them an immunity unique among police officers; they were allowed to use illegal wiretaps and provide their informants with d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

I vmm '.Mi ' • Sports The North Texas Daily Page 6 Tuesday, Septembec 25, 1984 Eagles lose to SMU Mustangs keep up their winning ways By DEBBIE WILLIS Staff Writer NT football coach Corky Nelson said the Eagles' 24-6 loss Saturday to the Southern Methodist University Mustangs resulted from what the Ponies did right more than what NT did wrong. A crowd of 27,124 in Texas Stadium watched SMU roll up 374 yards total offense and three touchdowns to remain undefeated this season. The Mean Green totaled 161 yards net offense. 131 of which were passing yard- age in the non-conference game. NT dropped to 1-2. Nelson said. "1 was happy with the play of the defense. We gave up some long passes, hut I think that was more on what SMU did right than what we did wrong. We didn't give up the big running play and that helped to keep us close in the game." Mustang quarterback Don King completed S of 20 for 168 yards, no interceptions and no sacks. King picked up 27 yards rushing on eight carries. "I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

11 Tuesday, September 25, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 % ♦ i * i pi * i \ < I t a i is ft . JV i ■ K ■> J m * ran NT soccer team wins, ties in weekend games at Fouts *"* •" *"■ *' rm® Photo by BILL DOUTHART NT players defend against SlU-Edwardsville By RANDY CORTI Daily Reporter The NT soccer team had a busy week- end at Fouls Field. On Friday night in its home opener, it defeated the sixth- ranked team in the nation, St. Louis Uni- versity 2-0. Sunday, the Eagles tied Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville 3-3. The Eagles played both games with- out the help of last year's leading scorer, Armin Melo, who is still sidelined with a sprained ankle. The game against SIU-Edwardsville was a seesaw battle with NT scoring first on a goal by Wes Wendland. About 20 seconds later, the game was tied when SIU-Edwardsville countered with its first goal of the game. It took two minutes for the Cougars to take the lead for the first time in the game. The goal came before a minute and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 September 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, September 25, 1984 ■ i I LONG DISTANCE CALLS MINS. AT&T MCI SAVINGS "Texas Tech to Oklahoma City 1 $ .32 $ .19 40.6% SMU to New York City 3 .85 .71 16.5 U.T-Austin to Tulsa 15 3.60 2.98 17.2 U.T.-Arlington to Wichita, KS 6 1.50 1.19 20.7 "Texas Christian to Denver 10 2.50 2.12 15.2 "Texas A&M to New Orleans 20 4.77 3.97 16.8 Baylor U. to Jackson, MS 2 .56 .40 28.6 N. Texas State to Gary, IN 4 1.06 .87 17.9 Rates show comparative pricing between AT&T's and MCTs evening rates for interstate calls during the hours of S II p m . Sunday through Friday Final rate authorities arc MCI Tariff FCC l an J AT&il Tariff FCC «2M Rates shown are subject to change Federal Excise Tax applies *MCI tates shown are for customers whose longdistance charges are between $2000 and J7499/month Additional discounts apply above $7500 Start with the chart. As you can see, MCI can save you 5% to 40% over AT&T's rates. What you can't see is that MCI has a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, September 26, 1984 67th Year No. 135 NT President Al Hurley will host the first student coffee of the semes- ter at 7:30 p.m. today in the Universi- ty Union Golden Eagle Suite This coffee is especially for gradu- ate students, but all students are in- vited. h ) i *' \ / % i * j i X> * \ <rwm '0 1 }-jMp hm SSSi Pholo by BILL DOUTHART PRINTS OF THE CITY—NT students examine prints in the University Union week. The sale is sponsored by the University Program Council every fall Courtyard. The art print sale began Monday and continues throughout the semester. Group insurance changes Oct. 1 Several changes in the NT Group Insur- ance program become effective Oct. I, said Roger Dunham of the Personnel Office. A new option for increased life insur- ance will be offered. The current life insurance option provides insurance equal to two times an employee's annual salary Employees may continue with the cur- rent option or increase to an option pro- vidin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

'••v.V. ;• V.i-"-* i!:l I I K'<i ft? . v ♦ ? i > « r ommenta . ;.'4* / 1 The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, September 26, 1984 Editorials At your service The increased enrollment at NT and the elimination of curb parking because of the new bicycle path have made it harder for those who come to NT to find places to park. The police department realizes this and. in an effort to provide a solution to the problem, has instituted a shuttle bus route between the apartment complexes off the Teasley Lane exit of 1-35. This offered both a quicker and more economical solution to NT's transportation problem than paving Fouts Field for extra parking. Students who purchased commuter parking stickers were given a free bus pass. Those without passes can ride the bus for 25 cents. The shuttles make hourly runs from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, stopping at the clubhouse/office areas of eight apartment complexes and at the University Union. However, there is a danger of losin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

Wednesday, September 26, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 J * * News Briefs Soviets denounce U.S. offer for negotiations, arms cuts MOSCOW (AP)—The official Soviet news agency rejected Tuesday President Reagan's assurances of a U.S. desire for arms cuts as absolute- ly groundless, and the top Kremlin leader charged the White House has no real desire for better ties with Moscow. "The president tried to present in somewhat modified form the self- same policy aimed at further aggravating international tension, achieving military superiority and interfering in the the internal affairs of other states," the news agency Tass said. The Tass report and a speech by Soviet President Konstantin U. Chemenko are not retreating on major East-West disputes, despite milder U.S. rheto- ric and Reagan's scheduled meeting Friday with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko. In a speech to the jubilee meeting of the 50-year-old Writers Union, Chemenko renewed charges the Reagan administration is respon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

I < .. , .• v t .v;/> r'V . . Page 4—The North Texas Dally Wednesday, September 26, 1984 j * fw 4 ' \ /o^ Photo by BILL DOUTHART AMAZING GINZUMATIC—Phil Joseph, a.k.a. P J. Phool, performs with the Circus Bezerkus at the University Picnic. Joseph called this trick "sticking the sword through the Ginzumatic." By BETH GUENZEL Daily Reporter One Monday at 4 p.m. he reached for the television and tuned it to Channel 11. like he had done every weekday for months. But this Monday was different. As the picture flashed on the screen he realized some- thing was wrong. Someone had replaced his show with "Plasticman." He knew what had to be done, and thus began hi' crusade to "Save Flipper." Brian Bearden. Houston junior, said, "We started the petition to save Flipper on that Monday. I plan to take the petition to the president of Channel 11 around the first weekend of October to see if we can get "Flipper' back on the air." Holly Winzurk. Germany sophomore, said. "We're fighting to get ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

p:' yv . '*' \ ;• ;T, •'" If •"t;- '" • " ; ' •• Wednesday, September 26, 1984 > AI >rf !,i < IV , !• i h f > f h K i i I < > \ I < \ !1* 4 f 4 / Photo by BILL DOUTHART FISHING FOR FUN—Julie Murray, Fort Worth senior and University Program Council member, works at the fishing hole at the University Picnic. The picnic was Sunday out- side the Willis Library. OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY •My yV- ° M 7e*> r£, -ito* oat SPAN provides vital services to elderly By STEVE ROBINSON Special Writ. - When an elderly person needs a ride to the doctor or the grocery store, who does he or she call? For more than I .(MX) Denton County citizens, the answer is SPAN. The Services Program for Aging Needs is a non-profit agency designed to help older citizens in Denton County remain independent and as fully active in the community as they choose by providing transportation, food, social activities and counseling. Other communities in the country have si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

I ra ainment ' The North Texas Daily Wednesday, September 26, 1984 Page 6 Faculty member tells art students 'do it your way' By LAURA LIP1NSKI Staff Writer When art faculty member Vincent Fal- setta lectures, he reminds his students that being an artist means doing what you want to do. "It is believing in what you do even when you may not get a pat on the back," he said. He said he believes stamina is the key to any successful career. Out of the classroom, Falsetta is a full- lime artist who practices what he teaches. Since he committed himself to being an artist in 1971, he has entered competi- tive shows and continues to make appoint- ments with gallery representatives both in and out of Dallas in order to show them his work. However, he said, "competitions can only take you so far, which is why 1 go to commercial gal- leries. 1 get a great deal of feedback." Falsetta is repre- sented by Matting- ly Baker and 500 Exhibitions galler- ies in Dallas. Every two years his art work is d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

Wednesday, September 26, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 • I* I il \ } It P r'S | I \ Culp composes five-department medley Arts harmonize for 'Canterbury Tales' musical By ROB yjNDE Daily Reporter Dr. Ralph Borden Culp chose "Can- terbury Tales—the Ribald Musical" for the first drama production of the season because he wanted a show that integrat- ed various divisions and departments of the university. The musical, written by Martin Starkie and Nevill Coghill, is based on Geof- frey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales." Culp, chairman of the division of dance and drama, said he asked Leigh Kitch- ens of the dance faculty to choreograph the musical after seeing a definite need for collaboration between the dance and drama divisions. ship with the department of English, as well, which we started last year with 'Othello,' " Culp said. "Being a work with such literary merit, 'Canterbury' is a play they (in the English department) could really sink their teeth into." Hugh Kirkpatrick, acting d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 September 1984

Baseball team wins games The Eagle baseball team defeated Northwood Institute of Cedar Hill 5-4 iuid 10-3 in a pair of scrimmages Monday. NT won the first game 5-4. Out- fielder Richard Santa Cruz led the Eagles with three hits, followed by des- ignated hitter Roosevelt Loud and out- fielder Bill Walling, who each picked up two singles and a double. Pitcher Brett Powers got the win. In the second game, Santa Cruz led the attack once again with three hits which included two doubles. Shortstop Bruce Rogers had two hits, one a triple, and left fielder Kendall Clark had two hits. Pitcher Bill George picked up the victo- ry in the Eagles' 10-3 win. THE NT CROSS country team fin- ished third in the Baylor Invitational cross Sports Briefs country track meet during the weekend in Waco. Lila Robertson, NT's only woman entry in the meet, finished 20th in the two- mile run with a time of 12 minutes. 34 seconds. In the men's five-mile event, Jonah Ngcny finished fourth with a time of 24:58; Mat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

The North Texas Daily Thursday, September 27, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 136 • i < 1' 1 (J i i ' i ■. 1 I > i j i i Faculty flunks new senate plan Charter, bylaws return to ad hoc committee By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer The idea of a University Senate to replace the Fac- ulty Senate and bring together students, faculty and staff members and administrators into a universitywide, legislative body has been kicked around NT for more than 10 years. Wednesday, the Faculty Senate booted the idea back to committee for further review during a meet- ing to discuss the proposed senate. The senators voted 24-4 not to pursue the idea of a University Senate to replace the Faculty Senate. They sent a tentative charter and a set of bylaws for the proposed organization back to the ad hoc Com- mittee on University Governance for further review. The Senate directed the committee to seek com- ments from senators and other faculty members con- cerning their sent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

' i «•■•■'v.-;® ,■ ■■ ' HlffliifiWin '" SimR ( '*!; 1 ' ' : k. ri'-vM, ; ■ " ■ ' . 1 " ■" ■ :%■,. ■tar'-.-j.x ' ' ■ • ■■ ■ «$mmaKm.' * • ' f v .# .'«$, W ■ , ■ ■ «'•■• •• Mfr^ -v-v- • V'Tri The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, September 27, 1984 Editorials Play by the rules There's a good lesson to be learned from minors being banned from the Rock Bottom Lounge. Because of abuses by a few, all minors will not be allowed in the RBL after 8 p.m. During the first two weeks of this semester, students under the age of 19 were given a privilege normally denied them because of their age. The RBL was opening its doors to minors and allowing them to enjoy the campus night life. In return, all the students had to do was agree not to drink alcoholic beverages once inside the club. All they had to do was obey the rules, and they could play the game. However, some wouldn't play by the rules and because of them the privilege of going to the RBL at night is now lost for all minors. The managemen...

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