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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1984

II p Tuesday, October 2, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 [ 4 1 News Briefs Governor defies warning AUSTIN (AP)—Gov. Mark While walked the hallways of state office buildings Monday handing out voter registration cards to state employees in defiance of a warning from Washington authorities. Last week federal officials notified Texas, New York and Ohio that their voter registration drives apparently violated federal rules "that employees are protected against coercion for partisan political purposes." White said he thought the reason behind the warning from Washington could be found in a recent statement by Texas Republican Chairman George Strake. "He said they were going to have the 'right' people register to vote. Well, in this country and a democracy the 'right' people arc all the people and I'll assure you we are trying to get all the people registered—that means the rich, the poor, some they may not like or think may not sup- port them or some that will," White said. So/ons subm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily 'Page 4 Tuesday, October 2, 1984 Too many artifacts crowd museum Historical Collection plans renovation of its galleries By CHANA VOWELL Daily Reporter The NT Historical Collection is reno- vating its facilities, but that won't solve the problem of too many artifacts and too little space to exhibit them, said Kathy Cyr, curator of the collection. She said the remodeling will take place in stages. The entrance will become an office-reception area; behind that will be a work area for paperwork and research. The current research area is in the north gallery where traveling exhibits are dis- played. Permanent exhibits are displayed in the south gallery. CYR SAID RENOVATION will help the Historical Collection cope with too little space until the new Science Research Building is opened and physics and astron- omy classes move out of their current location on the third floor of the building. The NT Fashion Collection will even- tually move int...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1984

i i ■ t * 4 •I, ' ' i * 4 i < * f > ' I I 1 t 4 I • f < « i • t i • .;: tfuf. i3 Tuesday, October 2, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 Students sew medieval clothing Pickering designs costumes for musical By ROB LUNDE Daily Reporter When dance and drama division faculty member Nancy A. Pickering began to design the costumes for "Canterbury Tales—the Rib- ald Musical," she had to take into consider- ation the fact that the costumes had to be easy to move in. In addition, Pickering tried to design costumes that would be representative of the characters wearing them. "Canterbury Tales—the Ribald Musical" requires light, easy-to-move in costumes, Pickering said. "When you do costumes for a musical, you have to be concerned with the actors' move- ments," she said. "They don't just stand there in the costumes like store mannequins." To create the designs for the show . Picker- ing went through the script to find out what kind of show she was working with. She said she considered ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily OUR COLLEGE MAN 4, Mir' Tuesday, October 2, 1984 By JEF RAY British expert to speak on Soviet arms policy CAMPUS DAZE By DAVID HOWARD ICKJC.T THLSE -TICK.CTS RD. I Pi£vTV OP TgjQU&UE. "TD u)RlT£ &UD or ufi so fbur I OarrrT* UlT T [quorn Somexou)| — • By MARC McDONALD Daily Reporter British author and military expert Peter Vigor will discuss arms control issues involving the United States and the Sovi- et Union at 2 p.m. Oct. 9 in the Univer- sity Union Lyceum, Dr. Milan Reban of the political science faculty said. Vigor's speech is titled, "Differences Between Soviet and Western Nations of Disarmament and Arms Control." The lecture is sponsored by the Visiting Lcc- ture-Seminar Series Committee, of which Reban is a member. The University Store is providing financial support for Vigor's visit to NT, Reban said. "Vigor is a leading military historian and specialist on the Soviet system," Reban said. "This topic affects all of us. Vigor will bring h...

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

4, Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesaay, October 2, 1984 ■h • . # * <i k ' 7" ♦ i ' s ' ♦ I I I 4 c • • , * « r • NT football On the road By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer Whenever the NT football team nears a Saturday showdown on the road, NT athlctic trainer and travel coordinator George Young alway fears something will go wrong, something that might cause the team to show up lute to a filled stadium awaiting the game. Also, this last Saturday's trek to Ruston, the buses were late to pick up the players. However, Young said, the team was only 15 minutes late to dinner. Young said he will soon begin planning the team's travel plans, including transportation, lodging and meals, for next season, six to 12 months in advance. He said he will later re-confirm everthing, go over the menu with the the hotel and confirm the exact costs of lodging and meals at the hotel. He said he usually spends Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morn- ings preparing for the week's trip if the team has a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 October 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, October 2, 1984 Bulldogs beat Eagles Struggling offense leads to NT loss Photo by BILL DOUTHART NT's Sid Moore and Louisiana Tech's Steve McCourt By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer A struggling NT offense and a bad snap on a punt helped the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs defeat the Eagles 17-12 Saturday night in a Southland Conference football game in Ruston, La. With the Eagles trailing 7-0 early in the second quarter, NT's all-SLC punter John Starnes lined up to receive the deep snap from center Randy Felts. The ball sailed over Starnes' outstretched hands and rolled toward the Eagles' end zone. Starnes was able to scoop the ball up at the NT 1-yard line, where he got off a low, line punt which fell 19 yards down field. Tech's Harry Jackson returned the ball to the NT 3-yard line. One play later. Tech's Joe Rasco went 3 yards over the right tackle for what would prove to be the winning touchdown. Tech kick- er George Benoyla kicked the extra point to give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, October 3, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 139 Proposition offers changes in funding system By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer II Proposition 2 passes this November, it will benefit N I in two ways, said Phil Diebel, vice president for fiscal affairs. "This would be an excellent plan for all higher education institutions," he said. "I don't really know of anyone who is opposed to it." First, the constitutional amendment would provide more funding for NT, he said. Second, it would reduce the amount of redtape required to get funding. "I DON'T KNOW if it will pass, but I hope* the message of what it means is being properly conveyed to the voters," Diebel said. "Passage of Propostion 2 doesn't necessarily mean a tax increase." The proposition will provide $ 1 (K) million per biennium for use by state universities out- side the University of Texas and Texas A&M systems, he said. A biennium is a two-year period. Proposition 2 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1984

• -fj ^--vw ■ V; -• , The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday. October 3, 1984 Editorials 4f k •"( Thanks, A1 Thunks. Dr. A1 Hurley. The NT president announced last week that students who couldn't tome up with tuition in December still could pieresitstcr lor spring classes. Other personnel, including the registrar and many depart- ment chairmen, probably campaigned for the need to defer tuition, and they also deserve the gratitude of the student body. But the final decision was Hurley's. The new. computerized preregistration system that goes into effect this semester brought the advantage of select- ing classes early to current students. Unfortunately, it also brought the burden ol prepay- ment lor those classes. I'o make matters worse, students didn't find out about the new due date lor tuition until they registered tor this semester's classes. Students were upset, and justifiably so. Dorm students were especially loud in voicing their disapproval, even their disgust, for this turn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1984

, .c ... Wednesday, October 3, 1984 The North Texa^ Haily—Page 3 ■ i ♦ Ti r « « News Briefs Reagan accepts blame for bombing BROWNSVILLE (AP)—President Reagan, who had cited intelligence cutbacks by his predeces- sors as a cause for the most recent bombing of the U.S. embassy in Beirut, said Tuesday that he accepted responsibilty and would not "deliver somebody's head up on a platter." Reagan said "there was no evidence of any carelessness or anyone not performing their duty" in the Sept. 20 truck bombing that killed 14 people, including two Americans, at the new U.S. Embas- sy annex in east Beirut. Democrats, led by presidential candidate Wal- ter Mondale and House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Jr., D-Mass., had been complaining that Reagan had refused to be accountable for the third major security lapse in Beirut in the past 18 months. Before taking questions, the president noted that a reporter had shouted a question to him Monday about whether he or Secretary of State George Shultz ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1984

Arts & The North Texas Daily Page 4 Wednesday, October 3, 1984 Director fulfills dream to be chorus leader By LISA THOMPSON Daily Reporter Two years ago, Dr. fcd Click of the radio/television/ film faculty fulfilled a 13-year-old dream of becom- ing the director of a community chorus in Denton. Click said that when he came to Denton, he want- ed to start a chorus. After making inquiries he heard about the Denton Civic Chorus, which he joined. He accepted the position of director two years ago after the previous director retired. Click has two degrees in music, and has been involved in broadcasting since 1951. He has taught radio/television film classes at the university level since 1959. SEVERAL YEARS ACO, Click founded the Uni- versity of Michigan Opera Chorus. I le has since direct- ed church and synagogue choirs and worked on musicals with the Denton Community Theater. The purpose of the Denton Civic Chorus is to pro- vide an outlet for people who want to sing and hear choral...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1984

Wednesday, October 3, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 m f * * i t > V v i > ' i • i i t • f < f t t I ' i ♦ jf Hyde remembers Tales' of Broadway Graduate student recalls working with Sandy Duncan By ROB LUNDE Daily Reporter When Bruce Hyde watches •'Canterbury Tales— the Ribald Musical" on the NT stage this week, he will be thrust back in time to the original Broadway production. Hyde, Lewisville graduate student, worked with Sandy Duncan and George Rose when the musical first caine to America in 1969. THE SHOW ORIGINATED in England where it was well received. The producers then brought it to the United States hoping to make it a commercial box office success. The production ran four months, but never at- tained the success it had in England. The musical cost thousands of dollars to produce and there was just not enough profit to keep it on the stage, Hyde said. Hyde played the roles of Absalon, the Young Knight, and the Clerk of Oxford in "Canterbury Tales," which is a m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1984

— - ^ ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■_;,- V- ^ :. ; v .- ■; $m Page 6—The North Texas Daily OUR COLLEGE MAN By JEF RAY htft&op [jk'C£ M TW T5e*ir («V of THe fVififie'-T AwP /*<*x (fpJkicM CfAi*' TVf reAri or! <a If y y u TbwT /MfAN7 WlUTM< r&ta&p? ill A Wednesday, October 3, 1984 Computing Center to offer tours By MELANIE EHRENFELD Daily Reporter The NT Computing Center will offer tours at its semiannual open house from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. today on the fifth floor of the General Academic Building and in the Information Sciences Building. "Normally, the general public is not allowed to wander through the Comput- ing Center," said Robert Brookshire, manager of academic computing. Lynne Adkins, operations assistant supervisor, is the coordinator of the tour of the fifth floor of the GAB. Scott Bar- ber is the coordinator of the 1SB tour. In the 1SB, participants will see input- output systems, laser printers, Hewlett- Packard printers, HP-2000 minicomputers, card readers, terminal faci...

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

> ! Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, October 3, 1984 , ■. ' i ♦ i * k * ' > 1 * * 4 « > ♦ < • ' 1 ► I ' I ' r i i 4 > • i « ^ I # KNTU-FM to air four soccer games KNTU-FM. the campus radio station, will broadcast live the lour remaining home Eagle soccer games, Craig Way, senior sports broadcaster and Coppell senior, said this is the I'irst year the sta- tion will present more coverage of the games than it has in the past. "We made plans to do more cover- age when our team was in the NCAA playoffs two years ago. We have a real good soccer team, but hardly anyone knows about it." Way said. "We have Sports Briefs quite a soccer rivalry with Southern Meth- odist University. more so than we do with football, not many people know about that either. " Although soccer is becoming a popu- lar sport at NT. Way said KNTU will not be able to cover all of the games because the soccer schedule conflicts with the football season. "It's unfortunate, but our coverage so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 3 October 1984

■ aqe 8 -The North Texas Daily Wednesday, October 3. 1984 THE 1984-85 NTSU AERIE YEARBOOK B ridging the Gap You \ , Order yours now for only $20 OCTOBER 1-17 NTSU Aerie Yearbook Sales Begin! Order Next Year's Yearbook at the Union's 3rd floor Information Center BUY BEFORE OCTOBER 17 THOSE PURCHASING YEARBOOKS BEFORE OCT. 17 WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE YEARBOOK OPENING SECTION RAFFLE. WINNERS, CHOSEN AT RANDOM, WILL STAR IN THE AERIE S 16 PAGE AVANT GARDE COLOR OPENING SECTION PLUS AN EXTRA BONUS! Buy the 1984-85 yearbook for $20 and get the 1983-84 yearbook for only $10 >5 You Oughta Be in Pictures And You Can Be Individual Portraits Will Be Taken November 26, 27, 28 1:00-9:00 pm Silver Eagle Suite/NTSU Union A PICTURE PAINTS A THOUSAND WORDS SO MAKE SURE THE GANG'S ALL THERE! Group & Organization Photographs November 26, 27, 28 Silver Eagle Suite/NTSU Union Make It Easy—Immediately Following Your Group Shot, You Can Get Individual Portraits Taken l

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

\, 1 .<5 The North Texas Daily Delivery of The Daily on Wednesday was delayed because of press problems. The Daily regrets the inconvenience. Thursday, October 4, 1984 67th Year No. 140 Chief discusses parking with Kerr residents By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer NT Police Chief Dan Martin met with Kerr Hall residents Tuesday night to discuss park- ing problems that plague students who live in dorms. "I've talked wilh students in other dorms about this problem, bul Kerr had the largest turnout, probably because it has the most severe problem," Martin said. About 1 (X) students attended the meeting. BECAUSE KERR is a high-rise dorm, it has a high concentration of students, about 1,000 residents. However, its parking lot is not much larger than those of smaller dorms, he said. Last year, the first students to register were issued stickers to park in the Kerr lot, while those who registered later were issued stick- ers to park in the lots of other dorms or in overflow lots, Martin said. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

Commenta The North Texas Dally Thursday, October 4, 1984 Editorials Through the haze A student died and there was definitely negligence involved. Bruce Dean Goodrich, a 20-year-old Texas A&M sopho- more who had transferred from Webster, N.Y., died Aug. 30 after upperclassmen woke him at 2:30 a.m. and forced him to do "motivational exercises." These coerced exercises violated school policy, but even though Goodrich died, it does not seem to have much impact on the Texas A&M campus. Friday night, a Brazos County grand jury indicted the three upperclassmen—Anthony D'Alessandro, 21, of Houston; Jason Miles, 21, of Houston; and Louis Fancher 111, 20, of San Antonio, on charges of negligent homi- cide and hazing. The jury also indicted a leader in the upperclassmen's unit, Gabriel Cuadra, 21, of Houston, on a charge of tampering with evidence and hazing. However, this seemed to weigh little on the minds of the students at the Aggies' traditional midnight yell prac- tice before Sat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

Thursday, October 4, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 I' w I I < News Briefs Official to explain preregistration The advantages and procedures of the new preregistration system will be explained at three sessions, one today and two next week. The lirst session will be at 12:30 p.m. today in the University Union One O'clock Lounge. The other two will be at I p.m. Oct. 10 and at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 11 in the One O'clock Lounge, said Lynn McCreary, assistant registrar. "Students don't know exactly what to do about preregistration. There's a lot of appre- hension about preregistration on campus. We're going to try to relieve students' anxieties. "What we're going to do is go over and explain how the process works. It's sort of like we're re-inventing the wheel," McCreary said. Meeting to honor political women Registration for a "Women in Politics" Symposium, Oct. 10-11 at Texas Woman's University, ends at 5 p.m. Monday. The sym- posium will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Nursery school serves NT Children learn, play while on campus OUR COLLEGE MAN Thursday, October 4, 1984 By JEF RAY By FELECIA PETTIT Daily Reporter The Laboratory Nursery School exists to serve NT students and employees, as well as families in the surrounding com- munity, said Carolyn Nygren, director of the school. The nursery school is part of the School of Home Economics and is by Matthews Hall. The school serves many functions, Nygren said. Its primary goal is to pro- vide an environment in which from 3- to 5-year-old children can develop to their fullest potentials at their own rates. Becausc development follows a pattern, the developmental levels of children can be assessed. The purpose of such assess- ment is to provide a basis from which activities, teaching techniques and envi- ronmental plans can be developed to encourage each child's individual growth, she said. Every day, the children participate in a wide variety of activities, including mus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

I Thursday, October 4, 1984 W 4 ' * I I « H : I ♦ « f i 1; ► • * ) I < # « • i « t > * ■i: ♦ i % * ► * > t 1 y u 4 ft • « I ft * > 4 4 ♦ t • < I ' I ♦ f til t The North Texas Daily—Page 5 Photo by BILL OOUTHAHT DRILLING IT IN—Carleton Nelson, Richardson junior, prac- of the NT Air Force ROTC. Nelson is commander of the tices with the Saber Drill Team, an auxilliary organization drill team. Denton grants $1,584 for citizen opinion poll Company funds boost faculty The computer science department and Business Computer Information Systems received a $5,000 grant to be used dur- ing the 1984-85 academic year for facul- ty support. The grant was given to NT hy the Halliburton Foundation Inc. and may be used to supplement the salaries of facul- ty members, for special faculty activities, for tcacher incentives or to provide assis- tance in professional development activi- ties, Dr. Robert Zant of the business fac- ulty said. Halliburton is a Dallas-based, interna- tional com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

Arts & The North Texas Daily ———— Page 6 Thursday, October 4, 1984 'Big Chill' promises to warm viewers' hearts By STEVE BEAVERS Staff Writer "The Big Chill," directed by Lawrence Kasdan, star- ring William Hurt and Glenn Close. Rated R. At the University Union Lyceum, 7 and 9:30 p.m. today through Saturday. "The Big Chill" is one of last year's best movies. It was nominated for best picture for good reason. It stands out mainly for being a "feel-good" movie, comparable to "Diner" and this year's "Karate Kid." Like these movies, "The Big Chill" somehow man- ages to overcome its basic weakness—that it hardly has a plot—and shows itself to be a very well-made film whose characters are its foremost concern. In "The Big Chill," seven former classmates from the University of Michigan are drawn together for the funeral of their old friend Alex, who. after years of failing to achieve success, slit his wrists. Their gathering gives them all a chance to get to know one another again, som...

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