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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

« Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, October 4, 1984 k': 1 * v 1 ' Y 4 k * ^ v y i * p i « : I ■ I ' I1 Eagle teams net wins at East Texas State By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer rhe Nl men's and women's tennis teams defeat- ed East lexas State University in matches Tuesday in Commerce. In men's singles, Paul Wagner defeated ETSU's Gary Rutherford in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. NT's Chuck Lewis rebounded from a loss in the first set to defeat Hector Castillo 5-7, 6-1, 6-2; ETSU's Ron Johnson defeated l.upe Lujan 6-3, 6-7, 6-4; Manny Sosa defeat- ed NT's Bryn Hughes 6-4, 3-6, 6-2; NT's Robert Mochler defeated lan Campbell 6-2, 6-7, 6-4; ETSU's Jerry Head deleated Vo Bennett 6-3, 6-0, and NT's Ben Miller defeated Jay Grandbury 6-4, 6-0. IENNIS COACH Steve Buck said he was impres- sed with Wagner's play. "Paul's playing really well. He has four or five shots that are as good as anybody's. He's also very strong. When he learns how to use his strength he will be a super player. He ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 4 October 1984

Page 8—-The North Texas Daily 'vVV.' V " ''4;. '■ , tr < t,. Volleyball team plays Lady Cardinals Friday The NT volleyball team will take on defending Southland Conference champion Lamar at 7 p.m. Friday in the Men's Gym. Coach Vicky Guy said the contest will be tough because it is the first conference match. "Lamar has had slow start due to injuries, and we are learning and improving after each match," she said. Guy said the starting lineup for the match will be determined after today's practice. A FREGAME barbeque buffet will be at the Advancement Center on Avenue E at 5 p.m. Oct. 13 before the NT-McNeese State football game. Buf- fet tickets are $5, and musical entertainment will be provided by Brave Combo. Reserved section game tickets are $8 and can be purchased at the athletic ticket office. KNTU-FM 88.1, the campus radio station, will broadcast live the four remaining home Eagle soccer games. Craig Way, senior sports broadcaster and Coppell senior, said this is the first y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

The North Texas Daily Friday, October 5, 1984 67th Year No. 141 Today is the last day to register in person to vote in the November general elections. Sunday is the last day mailed voter registra- tion cards will be accepted. Eligible citizens can register from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the County Clerk's office in the Carroll Courts Building. 0 f Death prompts officials to focus on hazing issue By KEVIN BRUNSON Daily Reporter The recent death of 20-year-old Bruce Goodrich, a cadet who suffered a heat stroke while being forced to perform stren- uous exercises at Texas A&M, hits prompt- ed NT officials to focus their attention on hazing. Lt. Col. Edwin Pearce, commander of NT's ROTC detachment said, "We spe- cifically address hazing. I keep a letter posted on the bulletin board at all times which states the policy of the Air Force ROTC. Hazing docs not happen in the corps here legally or illegally." Pearce said the problem at Texas A&M resulted from the rigidity of established trad...

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

Page 2—The North Texas Daily Friday, October 5, 1984 j AA offers support to alcoholics, families By AMBER SMITH Daily Reporter They sit patiently underneath a dim light at a kitchen table, sometimes laugh- ing and sometimes silent, waiting for 8 p.m. Three ashtrays are lull of cigarette butts, and almost everyone is smoking. The coffee costs 25 cents. Everyone has a cup, either styrofoam or plastic, that they sip from as they wait, making small talk THE PEOPLE sitting around the table are collcge-age and elderly, all dressed in various forms of casualness. They are all alcoholics. The walls in the kitchen area are adorned with signs such as "We care," "No profanity," and a warning that drunks may be charged with criminal trespass. None of the sofas and few of the chairs match A televsion is in the corner of the room, and small card and dining tables have been pushed together. Just before 8 p.m., the long table will be surrounded by people who live with alcoholics, while the alcoholi...

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

' i • I ♦ / i i u 1 i i < i | \ A \ ' } ' * m I \ 1 ► ♦ • > < I I \ K • i I! \ ' f f Friday, October 5, 1984 News Briefs Tests confirm heat stroke COLLEGE STATION (AP)—A 20-year-old Texas A&M sophomore who was rousted out of bed and forced to to situps and pushups until he collapsed and died of heat stroke, according to a final autopsy. Dr. J.C. Lee, a Bryan pathologist, said Thursday that the final report confirmed the findings of a preliminary autopsy released shortly after the Aug. 30 death of Bruce Goodrich, 20, a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets. "Essentially, he was a healthy young man," Lee said. "When you overdo it, it (heat stroke) usually happens very abruptly without warning signs. It is rare, but not strange." Meanwhile, the student leader of the Corps of Cadets said Wednesday the quality of training would decline if the corps were required to discon- tinue physical punishment. Jury hears hot testimony ABILENE (AP)—The woman charged with dousing h...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Student becomes second black NT police officer OUR COLLEGE MAN Friday, October 5, 1984 By JEF RAY By JAN HALL Daily Reporter Darryl Thornton, Marlin senior, is the second black policc officer to be hired in the history of the NT police department. Thornton, a criminal justice major, said he had no idea that he would ever become a law enforcement officer. ' 'This oppor- tunity is the best thing that could have happened to .ne. 1 can think of nowhere else I would rather start my career than here at NT." ALTHOUGH THORNTON has been employed as a NT public service officer, by comparison his new position is entire- ly different. "My job as a public ser- vice officer was to assist visitors and NT officers on campus. 1 could write park- ing tickets, but that was the end of my jurisdiction." Thornton said he believes that students' opinions of NT officers are quite nega- tive because most interaction between stu- dents and officers happens when the student has do...

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

! * I I " I * 0 I \i > * • I T V \ \ t ♦ • A ( I >t / • • I t ♦ ♦ i i ♦ « • < > t i <v- > i 4 4 \ 1 ' ■J: t Friday, October 5, 1984 Dive injures student Nude man crashes through glass door A 21-year-old North Texas student is reported in satisfactory condition at Flow Hospital after a Satur- day night escapade which ended in a plunge through a glass door in the Auditorium Building. The student started his tour in the nude in front of the Royal Rack on Avenue A His appearance was reported hy several people including a member of the Denton Police Reserve. Officer Jim Wilson responded to the call and said he saw the youth running up a driveway to the campus. From the Archives Wilson gave chase and then the student made his dive, suffering severe cuts to his right arm and right leg. Flow hospital reported that the student's blood pres- sure was 81 when he was admitted Saturday night. He was taken to surgery shortly after being admitted. Denton police declined to commen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

Arts & Ente The North Texas Dally Page 6 Friday, October 5, 1984 * H i • Friday poetry readings to begin By 1NGRID WATSON Daily Reporter The First Friday Poetry Readings will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at the Fry Street Clas- sics Book Store at 112 Fry St. Readings are held the first Friday of each month, highlighting performances of featured readers and anyone who wants to participate, said Fran Leifheit, store owner. "It provides an open stage for poets." GILBERT OLIVAREZ, who helped Leifheit establish the poetry readings last year, will be the featured reader. Olivarez has been vis- iting Texas cities to recruit readers for the book store performances. "Gilbert is a dynamic performer," Leifheit said. He will be accompanied by Norma Ballinger, a guitarist, in a poetry and music presentation, she said. There is no cost for admission; however, Leifheit is asking for $ 1 donations from partici- pants. Those who attend the reading may sign up to read when they come into the store....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

* 4 i « Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, October 5, 1984 < k S I % # NT netters play n: Monday matches The men's and women's tennis teams play Oral Roberts University at 3 p.m. Monday on the tennis courts near the Men's Gym. Coach Steve Buck said, "They have a pretty good team. They were one of the first teams in the nation to recruit outside the U.S. They have some very good foreign players." He said the women had one of their most productive workouts this season on Friday. "We're just now to the point where our drills arc doing us any good." Sports Briefs IN WEDNESDAY'S co-rec division flag football action, 2nd and 7th Floor Kerr beat Clark Co-Rec I 7-6, the Whip- per Snappers defeated Maple/Kendall 12-0, Risky Business/Kendall beat the Funk-O-Zoids 49-0, West Flail won over Nads I 6-0 and the NTRPs defeated Clark Co-Rec II 38-2. In Sorority Division water polo action, Chi Omega beat Pi Beta Phi 9-5. Action continues Sunday in both sports. Men's Independent B Divisio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

m Friday, October 5, 1984 i, NT spikers to play opening SLC game , 7 ' r ,-v -A . & %, *>. A, .' Page 8—The North Texas Daily By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer • ■ , N :1 \ w jK# , • .4 ■ v Jl ■ "! v: ~ iV - - ' y ■. s~ V v* • ' , ' jf . '.;••■ ■ --.-C. " -•■•' v , ■ . .. .. v \ ;; •< A; J - ** •- . '• .*. ' « * • -w„ < •.*' ' 4 ■ . * .-• . , • The NT volleyball team opens South- land Conference play against the defend- ing SLC champion Lamar Cardinals at 7 p.m. today in the Men's Gym. The Eagles, 0-8, dropped a non-confer- ence match to East Texas State Univcrsi- NT Volleyball ty 3-1 Wednesday in Commerce. The scores were 15-9, 15-17, 15-7, 15-7. Middle blocker Barb Green said,' 'That's the kind of game we shouldn't have lost. It's like everyone's satisfied with just hit- ting the ball over the net and expecting the other team to make a mistake. We can't do that; we have to make the play happen. "We tend to pull apart and get shaky when we get down. We need to pull togethe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

i Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, October 5, 1984 Editorials A ♦ <4 4 « ) ' I 1 * 1 'f Courting justice When you go to the polls in November, do so keeping in mind that your vote may have a more lasting effect than you might think your choice for president would. The office of president is, indeed, the highest office in the land, but among the duties assigned the president is the appointment of justices to the U.S. Supreme Court. These justices are appointed for life and their decisions have a long lasting impact on our nation. Whoever is elected on Nov. 6 may have the opportuni- ty to make several appointments to the Supreme Court, thus structuring the judicial course our nation will follow throughout the remainder of the century. There are several signals which indicate that in all likelihood, the next president of the United States will make two or three appointments to the court. There is the age and health of many of the justices to consider. Five of the nine...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

Forum Page 10 Friday, October 5, 1984 Jim Danielson , University Senate: ' a progressive idea On rare occasions in the life of an institution a "window of opportu- nity" opens, providing a chance for mean- ingful change. Such a chance currently exists at NT. We have an opportunity to significant- ly improve overall university governance and increase the influence of students, staff and especial- ly faculty on the major decisions af- fecting the future of this institution. The vehicle through which these changes can occur is the proposed University Senate, which is currently being considered by the Faculty Senate. The University Sen- ate would provide a forum within which all "constituencies" of the university could meet in persori-to-person, face-to- face communication to discuss, deliber- ate and decide policies dealing with all significant dimensions of the university- Sixty senators, including 40 elected fac- ulty members, all vice presidents and deans, three students appointed b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

Friday, October 5, 1984 Letters The North Texas Daily—Page 11 * < T i \ ' * Ml t i # % 1 « f * « « « ♦ * « t * • 4 * 4 Watch out extremists, zealots; columnist on rampage Look out zealots, extremists and watch- dogs in the current events jungle. Jerry Boulware is on safari. He identifies his ene- mies with a clarity of mind which pierces philosophical and political undergrowth as though it were the clear blue sky, the sort ol clarity of mind which makes one won- der if there is anything (facts, for instance) in there to cloud his vision, the soit of clarity that only a real post-adolescent could muster. He uses the weapon with which he must be the most familiar: ridicule, a powerful, persuasive device which can be disguised as fact, fiction or satire and need not be refined to be effective. In the style of the great safari editorialists who write for Pent- house. Hustler and the like, he pulls his trigger as soon as he spots a rustling bush, then leaves it to his readers to decid...

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

Page 12—The North Texas Daily Friday, October 5, 1984 I ' I • 1 I % " 3i,'l r, ■ a es. . 39® 12 HH ^ kMM j & -— ill <$> ii ! 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. ' ' t I i

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

. Friday, October 5, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 13 I if I' i > if \ I (' \ i s < Canterbury ®ales /licfjolas (Jfoscplj (^oins), left, anb aiison (Cracpe Gibson), rigl)t, prap ttjat tbe (Carpenter (Cfjrts JDouribasi) Luill soon fall asleep so tlje ' can consummate ttjeir lobe $)f)otos bp itlicljael IDetcljensliP "Canterbury Tales—the Ribald Musical," writ- ten by Martin Starkie and Nevil Coghill. Music by Richard Hill and John Hawkins. Lyrics by Nevil Coghill. Directed by Dr. Ralph Borden Culp. Per- formances at 8 p.m. today and Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. "Canterbury Tales—the Ribald Musical" is risque, crude, even downright dirty at times, but above all else it is funny. The musical presents four tales from Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales." Each of the tales— "The Miller's Talc," "The Steward's Tale," "The Merchant's Tale" and "The Wife of Bath's Tale" —deals in some way with love or sex or marriage. As in Chaucer's work, the musical begins in a tavern with a group ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 5 October 1984

11 Page 14—The North Texas Daily Friday, October 5, 1984 l 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 Rate* show comparative pricing between AT&T's and Ml II s evening r ates for interstate i alls during the hours of 5 II p m . Sunday through Friday Final rate authorities are M( I Tariff FCC l and AT6* T Tariff FCC #2n 1 Rates shown are subject to change, Federal Excise Tax applies * MCI rates shown arr for customers whose long distance charges .ire between $2000 and $74 W/month Additional discounts apply above $7S00 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 ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1984

i The North Texas Daily Tuesday, October 9, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 142 II v Faculty members rate candidates' performances By DEBRA MCGUIRE Staff Writer In the first of the I984 presidential elec- tion debates. Democratic challenger Wal- ter Mondalc out-communicated the "Great Communicator," but probably not enough to talk his way into the White House, several faculty members said Monday. "I think that as far as communicating is concerned, judging in terms of their ability to get their positions across clearly and coherently. Mondale did a better job." Dr. Jerry Yeric of the political sci- ence faculty said. "I THINK MONDALE'S performance was a surprise to a lot of people. At the same time. I suspect the president's per- formance was somewhat surprising to a great number of people, too. I think the president suffered from having had the benefit of several years of being the 'Great Communicator' and believed he would once again establish himself...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1984

m The North Texas Daily : Tuesday, October 9, 1984 I1M - AO-AIM - Editorials The great debate Walter Mondale scored some points, but not a knockout. In the presidential debate Sunday night, Mondale held his own with President Reagan, and may have done more. He looked poised, relaxed and receptive. He proved he is not as bland as people make him out to be. Mondale surprised a lot of people by standing up well to the president, and gave his supporters some confidence. He may not have changed many people's votes, but he improved his image. Whereas some Democrats may have been embarrassed to admit their loy- alty to Mondale. now they can have some pride in their candi- date. Reagan did what he needed by avoiding the "super gaffe." He did not make any terrible blunders, but he did not pres- ent that slick, "Great Communicator" image that people have come to expect. Reagan seemed ill at ease, occasion- ally stumbling or losing his train of thought. The debate may not have surprised some p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1984

Tuesday, October 9, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 I ■ « i / ' . t ■ ■J: News Briefs Both parties claim victory in debate AUSTIN (AP)—Texas Republicans and Demo- crats each claimed victory Monday in the first presidential campaign debate between President Reagan and Democratic challenger Walter Mondale. Both sides predicted there would be no imme- diate change in the polls. "The president came off looking better," was the assessment that U.S. Sen. John Tower, chair- man of the Reagan-Bush state campaign, gave at a news conference. Mondale was a "clear winner," said Demo- cratic Gov. Mark White. "It gave him (Mondale) an opportunity to appear on an equal footing with President Reagan and let people draw the obvious comparison and I think the obvious conclusion," said Dwayne Hoi man. state campaign director for Mondalc-Ferraro, in a news conference called after Tower's. Iraqi warplanes resume Gulf attacks BAGHDAD (AP)—Iraqi warplanes broke a 22-day lull in attacks on Persian Gulf s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 October 1984

! 1* ! Page 4—The North Texas Daily OUR COLLEGE MAN Tuesday, October 9, 1984 By JEF RAY /2 Qui Coilsbf/fa (xrrrfu 'fsJ^iou £ „v Amc MfOJ CASaSfve^ l^"p/^90P"TO Hkt^e>oT AJi/DC /j\uD !^6;TH(S UU*A^ Cvef*JT Uoei-v (ct&-hp/#£ r Fe#fi/ao{ t Candidate tells of plans, past experiences at NT CAMPUS DAZE By DAVID HOWARD DOE'S VOuR. DO/2JM HAVE. A <CA P E.TE-RJ A. 0(2- A BOC-T &£-! A *? X «-uee AM HUM<s/ey i HOU^I; llllllill dj MMU */pw TQM^ M£WC Lfl^r u/ecfc*' aJK-KOJ Tpljfc fSPWWUCt ceo&Pit, m By MARC McDONALD Daily Reporter Democratic district judge candidate Tom Whitlock spoke to the NT Young Democrats last week about his plans if elected, his memories of NT and of his legal career. He said if he is elected, he would seek advice from the Denton County legal com- munity on setting docket procedures and "handle cases on an individual basis." Whitlock addressed the Young Demo- crats at its weekly meeting in the Univer- sity Union. Whitlock, an NT graduate, is a candidat...

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