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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

Thursday, September 27, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 11' I i t > I' . i > \ r !\ 5 t/ News Briefs Doggett throws 'third smooth stone' SAN ANTONIO (AP)—U.S. Senate candidate Lloyd Doggett east another stone at Republican opponent Phil Granim Wednesday, accusing him of working for the "powerful and privileged" and not for working people. Gramm accused the Democrat of catering to "big-spending special interest groups." Doggett. who depicts himself as a David trying to slay Goliath with "five smooth stones," talked to reporters in front of the Alamo, where he unveiled the third of the "stones." Doggett, a state senator from Austin, said the race is a "contest between a Texas senator with a record of putting the Davids of Texas first, of fighting for the ordinary, hard-working, taxpaying families of this state, and a politician with a record of putting the Goliaths first—fighting for the pow- erful and privileged while turning a deaf ear to the needs and concerns of ordinary T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

]-V-'" Page 4—The North Texas Daily Thursday, September 27, 1984 11 11 Thames encourages political participation By MARC McDONALD Daily Reporter This semester, Dr. Stanley Thames of the politi- cal science faculty is encouraging his students to become active participants in government affairs. Students in his American Government 2040 cours- es are required to attend two government board meetings. These meetings can include the public con- vening of a school board, a city council or a county commissioner's court, he said. "I started making this requirement for my stu- dents because 1 think that people should participate more in government affairs. I look at it as a kind of icebreaker. If they go to one of these meetings once, maybe they'll do it again on their own. It's a learn- ing process and you learn something about local government." Thames said. Government board meet- ings "are the only place where people can walk in and have an influence on the government." Government bodies s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

Thursday, September 27, 1984 ■ If; ' ■ * < I > * i # i ' « i It *W: MW : jgfig « ->4 «<N >' *AiW ' A<** IV— jw".^ 4r^' • „ * OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY w "m iHPtfl ¥ Session explores options Educator promotes birth control : 'Jk&m' •'' ^s^t'smSkt rrKj, ''SPSSife if iflMP**.' flftaGPI*t £ Photo by RUSTY HALL KICKING IN THE GRASS—Mike Thomas, Denton sopho- on Hickory Street. Thomas practices with others in his more, practices karate in front of the Language Building karate class weekday evenings, A/77.7" teaches skills for success By DAVID TINNEY Daily Reporter The North Texas Leadership Training program is designed to teach student lead- ers the skills necessary to achieve suc- cess within their campus organizations. Matt Council, director of the Student Activities Center, said. Council said stronger student organi- zations are creating a more positive en\ i- ronment at NT. "There is a feeling w ith the students like never before," h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

SBSEiSP9E®526S9S nte rtain m e lit The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, September 27, 1984 TV miniseries create more interest in history By SCOTT STAUFFER Daily Reporter Television miniseries such as "Marco Polo" and "Shogun" have created an interest in history, Dr. William Painter of the history faculty said. "The shows are really great," he said. "They encourage people to find out more about who they are and where they came from." The major networks were successful with the miniseries, which have consistently received high viewer ratings and stimulated an interest in a variety of subjects, he said. "The reason the shows are so successful is that they use drama to teach us more about ourselves," Painter said. Although the popularity of the miniseries has been strong. Painter said, interest in history has been slow- ly declining. "HISTORIANS ARE PARTIALLY to blame," he said. "A lot of them are guilty of being too objec- tive . . . They provide the students with a lot of facts and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

Thursday, September 27, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 4 < 1 I ■ I \ I • f* \ V ; K . k * i • r ■ , r ♦ li , if Pholo by MIKE WETCHENSKY KP DUTY—Barbara Windham categorizes prehistoric Inca and Pueblo In- dian pottery in the Historical Collection. Windham, a Historical Collection volunteer, categorizes the pottery so students can better understand their history. Students gain credit hours in summer European tour By DAVI13 BUFLER Daily Reporter An NT sculpting teacher and 10 art students toured the museums, galleries and historical sites of Europe this summer. Richard Davis of the art faculty led the three-and-a-half week study program and tour. The tour, which earned stu- dents two three-hour credits in sculpting, covered the art of Italy, France and England. "The trip was not only a sightseeing tour, but a learning experience," Davis said. The students not only saw interest- ing sites, but also learned about the life and styles of sculptors and artists by visit- ing galleries...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 27 September 1984

Sports fl The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, September 27, 1984 Photo by RUSTY HALL NT's Lisa Mangold, left, and Debbie Doherty and OU's Trenell Carter Sooners serve losses to NT volleyball team Corky runs grid gab session Intramural flag football standings FRATERNITY DIVISION White League Lambda Chi Alpha 2-0 Theta Chi 1-0 Sigmu Nu 1-0 Kappa Sigma l-l Delia Sigma Phi 0-2 Kappa Alpha 0-2 Green League Phi Beta Sigma 2-0 Pi Kappa Alpha 2-0 Omega Psi Phi l-l Sigma Tau Gamma 1-1 Kappa Alpha Psi 0-1 Alpha Phi Alpha 0-1 Phi Kappa Sigma 0-2 MEN'S DORM WING LEAGUE Kendall B Kendall C Desperados Crumley III Revolutions Rosy's America's Team Six Pack 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-2 I-l 0-2-1 0-3 MEN'S DORM LEAGUE Kude Men West Hall Crumley I Late Night College Inn Smith-Carroll I Male Nads Kendall A 2-0 1-0-1 I-0-1 l-l 1-1 l-l 0-2 0-2 MEN'S INDEPENDENT A DIVISION Yellow League Fugitives 2-0 Pick-Ups I -0 North Texas No Names l-l Ray's Boys 0-1 Lambda Chi II 0-2 Brown league Idiots 3-0 Wisconsin Sleep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

f 'I H'1 * f I ^ 1 4 The North Texas Daily Friday, September 28, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 137 Officials outline tuition deferral procedures By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer Procedures for loans that would ' * float stu- dents over the Christmas holidays will be announced within the next two weeks, said Phil Diebel, vice president for fiscal affairs. The loan program was established to help students pay spring tuition. NT begins an ear- ly registration system this semester, which allows student enrolled this semester to regis- ter for spring classes this fall. When the procedure was first announced, during fall registration, students were told that they would be required to pay tuition fees by Dec. 6. Those who couldn't make the pay- ment would be removed from class lists and would have to go through regular registration. NT President Al Hurley announced at a stu- dent coffee Wedneday night that he was insti- tuting the loan program in response to co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

Hispanics publicize organization —• • ... Page 2—The North Texas Daily By KIM CASTILLO Daily Reporter -j. md$m*L\^aL ' rngrn SffvW; i wSBHPR V; & Friday, September 28, 1984 Photo by MICHAEL WETCHENSKY BREAKING—Mike Mako, Carrollton freshman, breaks the rack during a game of 8-ball in the University Union Syndicate. The Syndicate is open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Fridays and 2 to 11:30 p.m. Saturdays. United Way requests residents' 'fair share' By LYNNE STUART Special Writer The United Way began its 1984 campaign in Sep- tember to persuade Denton County residents to give their fair share to those in need, said Dr. Stanley Thames of the political science faculty. The Denton County United Way provides 23 ser- vices for people who are disabled, sick, aged, handi- capped, abused and in need of a helping hand. THAMES IS THE chairman of the 1984 campus drive. He said the goal for the Denton County drive this year is $455,216. NT's share is set fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

Friday, September 28, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 1- h - * i ■ News Briefs Black backs white suspect HOUSTON (AP)—A black lawyer has been appointed to defend a white man accused of burning a cross on a black family's yard and hurling Molotov cocktails into their house, burning two people. The judge says he foresees no racial problems. Baron Lee Boyington and another man, Ted Creamer, are accused of burning a cross in the grass of the black family's yard and throwing two Molotov cocktails into their house Aug. 12. A teen-ager who had gone to the window to see what was burning in the yard suffered second- and third-degree burns on his legs, said attorney Steven Greenlee, who was appointed to represent Boyington. The boy's mother also was burned. Arson investigators later recovered the remnants of a white hood and the Molotov cocktails. Greenlee said Boyington seems pleased to have him as an attorney. "He likes me a lot," Greenlee said. "I asked him if he had any problem with bla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

1." " '' ■' '■ ' S' •' H x z • • ; ' v. i i i:Sv. ; gfc , ' , Page 4—The North Texas Dally 7 T. jP ; f ; ''V - '*• \ - V: \ • f>\'■1 v " • ■ Sot mam - L Friday, September 28, 1984 $ ■ ■ ■— ii ,:J iji 12 R t ; - i ■Ma^. --- bre iMasa ■jvtf Wmm i r i! s ""f wgj ■ >.PB spSM? V Bali Wmm Bll , ' ■■ Kill ^pili R ^ Canada's Bear of Beers is here! Down from the North Woods of Canada comes Grizzly Beer. Not just another Canadian beer, but a rare breed of brew. An authentic Canadian lager—naturally aged, so it's remarkably smooth. With a flavor no other Canadian beer can stand up to. The bear of beers is here! CANADA'S BEAR OF BEERS Imported by Van Munching & Co., Inc., New York, N.Y. • u * i 4 * r I I 4 ► I ' i < 1 f

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

I ^ i I 1 ■ • ; t t • 0 I; ► I I * , i « r I i I 9 i I 1 t i < * I 4 f I ,1 Friday, September 28, 1984 Court hires architect OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY By WILL SANSOM Special Writer The Denton County Commissioners Court hired a Fort Worth architectural firm Monday for the Courthouse-on-the- Square renovation and accepted a state grant to fund the position of juvenile offi- cer in the sheriff's department. The commissioners contracted with Ward Bogard and Associates for $14.(KM) of the $ 150,(MX) first phase of the project, which involves work on the clock tower and domes. Bogard's past projects include work on the Tarrant County Courthouse and the Fort Worth stockyards. The $26,425 grant from Gov. Mark White's office will pay the 1984-85 sala- ry of Sheriff's Department Juvenile Offi- cer Janet Stewart, said Chief Sheriff's Deputy Jim Wilson. The grant is one of several the depart- ment receives annually, Wilson said. Another grant funds the departmen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

J! s & Entertainment The North Texas Dally Page 6 Friday, September 28, 1984 Willis exhibit to feature artists' books By SANDY POMEROY Daily Reporter The second annual exhibition of "Art in Book Form: Contemporary Handmade Books by Tex- as Artists" will open Monday with a reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in the Rare Book Room in the Willis Library. The exhibit will contin- ue through Oct. 31. The exhibition and reception, which are free and open to the public, are sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Rare Book and Texana Collections in the Willis Library. Teri Muse, conservation assistant, organized the exhibit, which will be on the landing between the library's first and lower level floors and in the Rare Book Room. In the last 10 years many contemporary art- ists have started making handmade books. Muse said. The process became popular in the 1800s, but was phased out by the Industrial Revolution. Artists are now making the books out of less traditional materials, she ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, September 28, 1984 < \ , 4 i * i ' mmt wm- 4 Predictor calls for 'upset invasion' Writer says Dallas will win by four points Sunday Photo by MIKE WETCHENSKY NT's Cedric Nelson and SMU's Marquis Pleasant Eagles to play Bulldogs By CRAIG WAY Special Writer Last week's record: 11-3, .785; Sea- son record: 39-17,.698. Things have been rolling along pretty smoothly. But now 1 feel it's time for the "Invasion of the Upsets." This week's picks: BUFFALO BILLS AT INDIANAPO- LIS COLTS—This one really isn't an upset. After all, how can you can call it Sportscope an upset if you're playing the Colts? The Bills have got to win one some time . . . BILLS 21, COLTS 17. CLEVELAND BROWNS AT KAN- SAS CITY CHIEFS—The Browns sur- prised everyone by playing well enough to upset the Steelers in what has been the National Football League's weakest division so far this season. The Chiefs were also surprising, looking pretty bad on the road against Denver. KC's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

'J, i:s Page 8—The North Texas Daily W'i gWi iWCiJi ■ <• ; 1 • V Baseball team to play five weekend games : V' i — Friday, September 28, 1984 The NT baseball team will play five practice games this weekend in a tournament hosted by Dallas Bap- tist College. The Eagles, 4-2, will play three games Friday at Northwood Institute in Cedar Hill. The first game against Northwood Institute starts at 12:30 p.m., the second against Dallas Baptist's No. 1 team starts at 2:30 p.m.. and the third game against Hill Jr. Col- lege starts at 4:30 p.m. Other games in the tournament will be played at Dallas Baptist College in Dallas following the same time schedule. On Saturday, the Eagles will play two games at the Dallas Baptist campus beginning at 12:30 and Sports Briefs 2:30 p.m. The Eagles will play Alvin Junior Col- lege in the first game Saturday and Dallas Baptist's No. 2 team in the second game. Baseball coach Phil Price said the tournament will be good experience for the team, and he said...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, September 28, 1984 Editorials Suggestions, please Dallas city workers and volunteers will spend two days next week handing out 70,000 survey cards to motorists entering North Central Expressway. City officials are encouraging motorists to fill out and mail in the postage-paid cards which will then be used to help determine where traffic on Central comes from and where it goes. Eventually, the survey results will be used to close or redesign the expressway's ramps. The survey cards will be handed out from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday on all 28 southbound entrance ramps from Spring Creek Parkway in Piano to Haskell Avenue in Oak Lawn. Motorists are asked to respond to seven questions, includ- ing where the driver's trip started, where it will end, its purpose, the exit ramp to be used, the days per week the motorist makes the trip, suggestions for improving the expressway and whether the motorist would use a mass transit system...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

Forum The North Texas Daily Page10 Friday, September 28, 1984 Betsy / Little humor found McGuire/ jn housing situation The NT Daily cartoon of Sept. 7 pic- turing the old woman in the over- crowded shoe is an accurate reflection of the housing situation at NT. While the car- toon presents the problem in a comical light, in reality, students affected by this overcrowding see lit- tle humor in the sit- uation. The implication of the cartoon, that permanent, more workable solutions to the problem need to be found, is well taken and we are now reviewing our options. Meanwhile, the overcrowding in the fall of 1983 and 1984 has affected students housed at Texas Woman's University, or "NT Far bast" as it is called by residents and staff. Because of the extensive Daily coverage of this situation and the general concern expressed by students, I would like to respond to the following questions pre- sented to me concerning the use of the Smith Carroll facility. While I recognize that giving an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

Friday, September 28, 1984 Letters The North Texas Daily—Page 11 i Whose religious beliefs prevail? This is in regard to the "Value of free- dom" editorial, Sept. 11. Many statements have been or are being made in the 1984 < J ) presidential election regarding Christian per- suasion on several key issues: abortion, , j t school prayer, the First Amendment and ^ separation of church and state. Little, however, has been said about another religion which has been successful in influencing our present laws, education system, media, political and social life. This is the religion of secular humanism, which was declared a religion by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1961. Secular humanism perpetuates the fol- lowing doctrines: I) disbelief in God 2) belief in evolution 3) rejection of absolute morals 4) deification of man as supreme 5) belief in the innate goodness of men to govern the world equitably. The principles of sccular humanism are being taught in our present education sys- tem and a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 28 September 1984

Page 12—The North Texas Daily Center offers students counseling services By CHRIS BELL Daily Reporter The Counseling and Testing Center, on the third level of the University Union, is available to help students with problems they have that are not procedural, said Dr. Tom Overton, center director. Although personal counseling services are a great deal of the center's business, Overton said. "Most of our services take place in a group setting." CAROL MOORE, coordinator of career services, said, "The advantage of a group is you realize that others are having the same uncertainty. Groups give you the opportuni- ty to do in-depth exploration." The center's main group is the Reading and Study Skills Lab, which is designed to challenge students' reading and test- study abilities. Among programs offered are test-taking, effective listening and text- book skills. Career planning and selecting a major are also an important part of the center's services. Other services offered are individual ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1984

I f. i If * «ii: 111 - f ■ I 111 ■ ■*" ft 1 ♦ The North Texas Daily Tuesday, October 2, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 138 Agenda outlines centennial goals By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer NT will celcbrate its 100th anniversary in I990. This November, the NT Board of Regents will formally consider a Centennial Agenda, a document outlining a series of goals President Al Hurley hopes the uni- versity will accomplish in the five years before its 100th birthday. Among goals outlined in the agenda are plans to further tighten admissions require- ments; to raise money for scholarships, grants, endowed chairs and other programs; and to establish an organization to coordi- nate efforts by alumni and others to advance NT's cause. The document the regents will consider is the latest in a series of tentative agendas A enimnin . ^jAe-xai. <Sia{A compiled during the past year, Dr. Charldean Newell, assistant to the president for plan- ning, said Monday. "The prof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1984

'.'V W'-'i ' ^ " • mm The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, September 28, 1984 Editorials Mutual embarrassment In congressional candidate Richard Armey's lexicon, universities are "bureaucratic mills," professors are "irresponsible" and "arrogant," his opponent for the 26th Congressional seat is "a nothing" and he himself is "a very responsible sort of plain old, run-of-the-mill, every- day American guy." Armey, an NT economics professor on leave of absence who thinks Social Security, the federal minimum wage law, federal aid to education and corporate income tax should be abolished, is not a run-of-the-mill, everyday guy- Some of his views: • One third of the courses being offered in public schools, like black studies, are "just plain junk." • Bilingual education is "the dirtiest, rottenest trick you could play on Hispanic Americans." • "There is not a university in this nation that doesn't have too big a French department and too little a comput- er science department." • All feder...

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