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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

{ II * II J r if ft } t 1 r i The North Texas Daily Friday, October 12, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 145 *'£i; ^ Photo by BILL DOUTHART WE'RE GAME—Jamie Vela, Denton graduate student, left, and from the visitor's side of Fouts Field. The team defeated Har- Eric Carter, Denton graduate student, watch the NT soccer team din-Simmons University 6-0 Wednesday. League organizes candidate forum TWU sponsors symposium State treasurer discusses women in politics By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer Eight political candidates will participate in a politi- cal forum at 7 p.m. Monday in the Denton City Coun- cil Chambers on E. McKinney. The forum is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Denton and the Denton Business & Profes- sional Women. Elinor Hughes, former mayor of Denton, will serve as moderator. Participating will be candidates for Denton County sheriff, judge of the 16th District Court, state represen- tative for District 59 and U.S. representative fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

Page 2—The North Texas Daily Ex-student faces trial for murder By JOYCELYN JACKSON Daily Reporter Henry H. Kyle, former NT student, will be tried in November in a California court for murder. Kyle, who was enrolled at NT fall 1983, is on trial for the shooting death of his father Henry Harrison Kyle in the millionaire's Bel Aire mansion in California. Dr. Jim Stiles, NT assistant registrar, will testify at the trial. Stiles said he is unsure about the details and he is only going to Los Angeles because the court subpoenaed some information from NT. "1 have to go and testify that Henry Kyle was a student here and I have to take his NT record with me," Stiles said. "The only way a student's record will be revealed to anyone is if something such as this happens and the court subpoenas the information. Other than that, I don't know anything about Kyle or the trial." During a preliminary hearing. Kyle's half-sister, Jackie Phillips, testified that Kyle had confessed the shooting of his f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

« Friday, October 12, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 1 * I / I 4 News Briefs Soviets build up nuclear stockpile STRESA, Italy (AP) -U.S. Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger said Thursday (hat the Soviet Union has increased substantially the number of SS-20 nuclear missiles aimed at Western Europe. At the close of the first day of a nuclear strate- gy meeting for NA TO defense ministers in this Italian lakeside resort, Weinberger told reporters the Soviets have Continued to add new missiles and to build more bases for launching them. Weinberger said the U.S. intelligence commu- nity has pinpointed the number of additional SS-2()s deployed by the Soviets this year, but he would not make the figure public. The most recent estimate by NATO, released last December, was 378 SS-20s. "There are more that 378 SS-20s," Weinberger told reporters. "There are substantial numbers in addition to that." The West German ambassador to NATO head quarters in Brussels, Belgium, Hans-Georg Wieck. told...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Nuclear winter brings more than just snow OUR COLLEGE MAN I \ in I - I JP Friday, October 12, 1984 By JEF RAY By STEPHEN E. HADELER Daily Reporter Although it is not likely the United States and the Soviet Union will become involved in a nuclear war. Lon Clay Hill of the physics faculty said he believes that such an event would cause a "nuclear winter." Studies of the planets and the Earth have provided evidence to support the theory. Hill said. In 1971, a sandstorm swept over the surface of Mars. The resultant dust made satellite observation impossible, he said. When infrared sensors were used to study the planet, it was found that the dust particles in the upper atmosphere absorbed the radiant energy of the sun and reflected back what could not be absorbed. As a result, the dust in the upper Martian atmosphere did not allow any heat or light to reach the surface of the planet, he said. STUDIES OF PI.ANT life on Earth have also provided support for theo...

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

♦ i I" « * ' \ > < ♦ * I Friday, October 12, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 Marchers protest war; police arrest 10 A peaceful day of protest erupted into an evening of violence as Moratorium Day marchers clashed with Denton police Wednesday night. Ten persons were ar- rested. Nine of the 10 marchers spent two hours at police headquarters and were released shortly after 10:30 p.m. Although arrested for "disregarding a lawful order of a police officer," no for- mal charges were filed and the names of those arrested were not released. The disruption followed an 8 p.m. torchlight march for peace around the block bounded by Avenue A. Chestnut Street, nvenue B and Hickory Street. The crowd, estimated at between 300 and 400 persons, finished circling the block once at approximately 8:20. Some of the war protesters decided to make another march around the block, but were told the parade permit only made provi- sion for one revolution. The permit was issued for 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. "Thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

" ;* \ '7" j,,1' ' -^r;;'^n" ■s*. ■. —- ■ - ■ Bntertainmen The North Texas Daily Page 6 Friday, October 12, 1984 Art gallery displays engravings By ROBERT STONE Daily Reporter An exhibit of 18th century English engravings by William Hogarth is on display in the University Art Gallery on the first floor of the Art Building. Dr. Scott Sullivan of the art faculty arranged the show through the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Founda- tion in Houston. The Blaffer Foundation assembles exhibits to circulate to university galleries and small museums in Texas that could not afford to mount the displays on their own. Hogarth's engravings were done for a series of satirical stories about 18th century English society, Sullivan said. The exhibit, titled "The Rowdy London of Wil- liam Hogarth," is an overt look at early England. Eighty pieces are included in the exhibit. The exhibit opened Monday and continues through Nov. 2. Gallery hours are from noon to 5 p.m. Mon- days through Fridays and from 10 a.m. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

. ' •; r M > i: 11 < ♦ ' < * < I r ♦ V i I ' I 1 ■ < « > • < 1 • \ ♦ if/ ¥ I f 4 I * * :, 4 Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, October 12, 1984 1 £ '>Nf Developmental Movement Program The teachcr looked approvingly at (he little boy as he eagerly climbed the yellow bench. "Now," the teacher said, "can you show me which way is down on the blue bench?" This scene didn't take place in an average university class, but during a session of the Developmental Movement Program. The pro- gram is sponsored by the physical education division of the College of Education. It's designed to allow physical education majors to observe and teach children from 2 to 5 years old. Nealcis Fortenbcrry, program supervisor and Slidell senior, said the program is designed to improve the physical skills and performance of children, in addition to improving their cog- nitive levels. The program is scheduled as a class tor NT students during spring semesters, but is also offered ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

sp^is^ ... . •••'.,^, 1 '>•" •'' •'"'Wf.,:' ''.>. : v.^r ■;-' U /," ' ••/ % £ # Page 8—The North Texas Daily NT kickers win 6-0 over HSU ■} . Friday, October 12, 1984 By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer The NT soccer team plays Texas Chris- tian University at 7 p.in. today at Fouts Field and will play the University of Tul- sa on Sunday in Oklahoma. The Eagles, led by three goals from Manny Cervantes, defeated Hardin- Simmons University 6-0 Wednesday night in what coach Richard Lowe said was NT Soccer easily their best performance of the year. Lowe said, "We scored two goals early, and they just seemed to collapse mentally. Hardin-Simmons is really a bet- ter team than the score indicates." Playing without regular starters Armin Melo, Mark Henn and Gilbert Perez, much of the Eagles' scoring responsibili- ty fell on the shoulders of Cervantes. He already was leading the team in scoring, and in recording the first hat trick of his collegiate carreer, he raised his total num- ber of goals...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, October 12, 1984 « I ► ♦ I > t « ¥ Editorials It ain't so bad This year isn't as bad a year as expected. The subtlety and understated humor of Doonesbury is back, Mondale has proven that the unassailable is assail- able and the Health Center offers cheap remedies to other- wise expensive ailments. NT President Al Hurley remains willing to listen to student gripes; he can't solve all of them, understandably, but he exhibits an empathy rare among administrators at NT or elsewhere. Students don't have to worry about rabid cadets wav- ing God, country and sabres, and the Eagles did play respectably several weeks ago against Southern Method- ist University. The pervailing political philosophy in Texas is a bit stifling for those students raised in an individualistic. Western-frontier society, where citizens' privacy rights carry more weight than a cop's desire to bully, but no one's been shot in Denton for a while. Richard Armey's no lon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

Forum The North Texas Daily Friday, October 12, 1984 Page 10 Letters Keep blaster on full Since 1 had followed Jerry Boulware's continuing episodes about the fanatical Rev. Wilson Eckhart with considerable enjoyment, 1 was slightly disappointed that it's over. Even so, the ending was one of the best, and one of the funniest. Far less amusing was Mark G Roberts' letter in the Oct. 5 Daily. First of all, his personal attacks on Boulware were more than merely uncalled for. Other terms come to mind, such as childish, ugly and gutter- level. Perhaps someone could explain just what a "safari editorialist" is supposed to be. Does such an individual make critical comments on how African game animals are tracked and killed? Roberts is greatly indignant at Boulware's use of ridicule of political and religious extremists, but the tactic he resorts to is of a far lower order: smear tactics. Please note his reference to "the great safari editorial- ists who write for Penthouse, Hustler and the l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 12 October 1984

Friday, October 12, 1984 Letters The North Texas Daily—Page 11 Columnist is the wimp who should take a hike. ^ >■ 'i > \ \ • • t ► As Shakespeare might say, "Of whom is this that you speak?" It is not Phil Gramm and the Republicans that I know. I doubt, Holden Lewis, that your portrayal ("Gramm the wimp should take a hike," Oct. 2 issue) even exists, except possibly in a Democrat- ic horror story. As for giving welfare recipients voter registration cards: That's fine! Even though they are considered to be a Democratic stronghold, I am still convinced that these people will vote for the Republican ticket and their reasons will be simple: lower inflation, economic recovery and more job opportunities than four years ago. To make another point, it is not the people receiv- ing the cards that wc are upset with, it is the person handing them out, our infamous governor, Mark White. He is once again using privileges that are not to be used in that fashion, but 1 suppose that our gover...

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

Page 12—-The North T exas Daily Friday, October 12, 1984 Smokeless tobacco industry isn't dipping By PEPPER HASTINGS Special Writer There was a time when chewing tobacco was practiced by old men who played check- ers on top of the cracker barrel at the general store or crusty old baseball players who moist- ened the pockets of their gloves periodically with a long stream of slimy, brown tobacco juice. A boy's first chew was a rite of passage into manhood, a symbol of masculine camara- derie to be experienced and shared with oth- ers in the good ol' boy tradition. In recent years, however, the smokeless tobacco industry has enjoyed a marketing boom. The most profitable and popular of the smoke- less products has been moist snuff. UNITED STATES Tobacco is the king- pin of the snuff producers. Established in 1911, the company sold more than 426 million 1.2 ounce cans of moist smokeless tobacco—mostly Copenhagen and Skoal brands—in 1983. Company spokesman Art Bentley said, "We hold 90 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

J The North Texas Daily Tuesday, October 16, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 146 ' • 1 1 ! /I Civ''' I i>< ' I ' m , I! > i< \ i iv i Student remains in jail on felony drug charges By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer Vuttichai Chobthum, a 30-year-old Thai native and student in NT's Intensive Lan guagc Institute, remained in the Denton County Jail Monday following his arrest Wednesday on felony drug charges. Chobthum was arrested after 13 offi- cers from the Denton Police Department. Federal Drug Enforcement Agency, Den- ton County Sheriff's Department and the U.S. Customs Service staked out the NT post office and then followed the stu- dent to a Kendall Hall English class, said Capt Bill Cummings of the Denton Police Department's criminal investigations di- vision. A BOOK containing 7 ounces of pure- heroin with a street value estimated at $500,000 was seized during the arrest, Cummings said. "This is the largest single amount we've seized in Den...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

Commentary The North Texas Dally Page 2 Tuesday, October 16, 1984 Editorials The gift of life Blood is the essence of life. NT students, faculty and staff have a chance to give a pint of their blood to save someone's life during the fall 1984 Blood Drive today and Wednesday in the Universi- ty Union Silver Eagle Suite. Blood drive times arc from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Blood is thicker than water, and more expensive. Blood is valuable, not only as a necessary ingredient for life, but also in terms of money. A pint of blood costs about $60. Some automobile accident vic- tims may require as many as 50 pints a week. Anyone capable of giving blood should help out by baring his arm and giving a pint of blood to the NT Blood Drive. NT students, staff, faculty and immediate families get blood free if they donate. The blood is also used for hemophiliacs and for research. Donors must be at least 18 years old. weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health. Some medications may prevent people from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

Tuesday, October 16, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 i ■ < it ■ > r I < * 11 * News Briefs Group reviews dean applications today A seven-member search committee will meet today to sort through 15 applications for a dean of the School of Home Economics. The applica- tion deadline was Monday. The school has been without a full-time dean or director for four years. Generally, schools have directors and colleges have deans, but on Sept. 1 the office of the vice president for academic affairs decided the School of Home Economics warrant- ed a dean rathqr than a director, said Sue Harrison, senior secretary in the school. Dr. Suzanne La Brecque is acting dean of the school. Dr. Marian Jernigan was the acting direc- tor until Sept. I. when she went to Texas Woman's University. Dr. Velma Schmidt, chairman of the search com- mittee and a member of the education faculty, said, "We hope to have a dean in place by next fall at the latest." Last year the committee selected two candi- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily I I I I New building to house lab for laser studies OUR COLLEGE MAN Tuesday, October 16, 1984 By JEF RAY By SCOI l HUDDLESTON Daily Reporter I.iislt research that will be conducted in the Science Research Building will include consumer and defense projects. The research will begin in the facility when construction on the facility is com- pleted. said l)i Rogers Redding, chair- man ol the physics department. Special conditions should be consid ered w hen building laser facilities. Redd- ing said. " I lie facilities have to provide proper humidity and temperature levels for the delicate laser equipment. Laser lenses, for example, are made of sodi- um chloride and will deteriorate in a humid environment." I he research program, which is called the Center for Applied Quantum Electron- ics. is conducting experiments in the Phys- ics Building. Six full-time physics faculty members have been placed in charge of the program. Redding said. Members arc l)rs. Jean-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

} * i \ T I • V, -v i % / t *iT 4 i . > « • j ft 1 * I 4 < I\ i > I f;« j(, II Tuesday, October 16, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 You really don't have a good excuse for not saving a life. Because you can't depend on someone else to do it for you: that's why you should donate blood. If you or someone in your family suddenly needs blood, you will hope that someone with your type donated yesterday. If you need blood, and it's not there, all the money in the world won't help. But . . . "IT TAKES TOO MUCH TIME.'' No. It takes 45 minutes. That includes 7-10 minutes required for the actual donation . . . then you're on your way back to class. "I DON'T LIKE NEEDLES." No one does. No one likes to be "stuck ', but it's better to be stuck with a needle than to be without blood when you need it. "I'LL HAVE BAD AFTER-EFFECTS. I MIGHT PASS OUT." Don't worry. You won't pass out if you relax for a few minutes after giving and have some refreshment. Most people are perfectly capable of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

1I -j(** /'•* ' ' ' "• ■ ' " & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Tuesday, October 16, 1984 Page 6 Production heralds feminine hero Common woman strives to overcome societal obstacles Photo by JEFF COHEN THE BOSS IS BACK—Students camp outside the Sears store at Golden Triangle Mall to buy tickets for the Bruce Springsteen concert Nov. 26 at Reunion Arena in Dallas. By BARRY MENDELSOHN Daily Reporter Michael Bolen, Whitney graduate student, will direct "A Woman Learning to Live with Herself" at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Speech Building 265. The performance is the second of this semester's Literature in Performance pro- ductions by the NT Readers Theatre. The performance is free and open to the public. The presentation is a collection of Diane Wakoski's poetry dealing with the new femi- nine hero—a woman by herself. The new feminine hero is the "woman who learns to live with herself before liv- ing with others," Bolen said. Wakoski's poems tell of her failed relation- ships, hostility ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

(} * t ♦ I y * 'M V X' : \ 1 ' i 1 * Sports The North Texas Daily Kickers to play Mustangs The NT soccer team will play the Southern Meth- odist University Mustangs tonight at Fouts Field. The game begins at 7 p.m., and assistant coach Iseed Khoury called it a battle between the two best soc- cer teams in Texas. Khoury said, "This is the easiest game of the sea- son for us to coach because we don't really have to say anything to get the players up. They know how good SMU is and what they're going to have to do to beat them, so there isn't much we can tell our players that they don't already know." Going into the game with a 7-1-4 record, NT is ranked 20th in the nation and second in the Midwest Division. With a record of 5-3-2, SMU is ranked fourth in the Midwest. During the last two seasons the teams have come away with two victories and two losses each. SMU won the last meeting 2-0 and holds 7-4 edge in the series that began in 1976. As in several of this season's games, the Eagle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 October 1984

- ifiP Page 8—The North Texas Daily McNeese defeats NT I ' : - f i ' V ■■ • ' V . ' ' %; Tuesday, October 16, 1984 By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer A sputtering and fumbling NT offense, combined with an NT defensive collapse, helped the McNeese State Cowboys defeat the NT football team 26-7 in a Southland Conference game Saturday played on a rain- soaked Fouts Field. The Eagles' offense, which showed signs of life last week in a 14-9 loss to Arkansas State, opened the game by driving from the NT 20-yard line to the McNeese 35-yard line. NT running back Greg Lee sparked the drive with runs of 11 and 23 yards, but on a third-and-6 at the Cowboy 35. NT start- ing quarterback Mike Rhone's pass was inter- cepted at the 6-yard line by McNeese defen- sive back Mark Hamilton on a pass intend- ed for NT wide receiver Tim Wasson. Following a 12-yard return on the inter- ception by Hamilton, the McNeese offense took over at its own 35-yard line. The Cow- boys drove down field to the NT 5-yard lin...

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