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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Friday, October 19, 1984 Page 6 fc!; ' '\W' -ill rMi® Photo by BILL DOUTHART ALL ALL ALONE—Karen Page Dodds, Denton graduate student, and members of the NT Readers Theatre perform "A Woman Learning to Live With Herself." The performance was the sec- ond of this semester's Readers Theatre performances. Lecturer to celebrate U.S. composer's birth Sightless seeing Exhibit features 'Art For All Senses' By IVY WARD Daily Reporter "Art for All Senses," an exhibit in the Union Art Gallery, ends today, t he exhibit, which was held in conjunction with National Handicap Week, allows those who are sight- ed to "see" with their other senses by pro- viding blindfolds and a rope to guide the visitors through the exhibit. The Gallery is on the third floor of the University Union. The exhibit is an invitational exhibit with contributions by NT faculty, staff and stu- dents. The majority of the pieces for the exhibit were contributed by art students, sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

•[ • I . 4 4 W « ft )' * i * I i ! 'i' i j • I • I, Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, October 19, 1984 ■9 Fencing Club duels in Metroplex tourney Photo by BILl. DOUTHART JUMP SHOT—The women's basketball team practices in the Coliseum. The Eagles play their first game at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 against Oklahoma City University in the Super Pit. The wom- en are coached by Judy Buckles. By JULIE TRAUBERT Special Writer The NT Fencing Club dueled this week in the two- day Metroplex Invitational Tournament at the Dallas International Fitness Center. Twenty-seven men participated in the men's foil competition. There were three preliminary rounds with a final round of eight foilests. Four NT members were knocked out in the first round, and two continued in play: Marc Methvin, Club Sports Lewisville junior, and Keith Black, Wylie senior. Methvin was defeated in the second round, taking 15th place. Black competed in the semifinal round and was eliminated. He took 11th place. "We did pret...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

.w,; Page 8—The North Texas Daily Friday, October 19, 1984 Eagles meet Frogs Saturday NT to face improved TCU team By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT football team plays the Texas Chris- tian University Horned Frogs at 2 p.m. Satur- day at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth in a non-conference game that pits two teams going in opposite directions. Tickets for Saturday's game can be bought at the Ticket Office on the third floor of the University Union. Ticket are $6 with an NT ID. Last year NT posted an 8-4 record and fin- ished fourth in the nation in the final 1-AA poll. NT tied Northeast Louisiana for the South- land Conference crown and advanced to the playoffs where the team lost to Nevada-Reno, 20-17. This year the Eagles, 1-5 on the sea- son and 0-4 in SLC play, lost five games in a row after winning the team's home opener Kickers play Sunday against Angelo State University. In contrast, TCU has gone from last year's 1-8-2 record to 4-1 so far this season. The Horned Frog...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

I Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, October 19, 1984 ¥ * I < < A * I t* v 1* a 1 i I > Editorials Radioactive dust Soviet President Konstantin Chernenko said this week that relations between his country and the United States could be improved if the United States would show an interest in reaching an agreement on just one of four points of arms control. If these four points led to a complete capitulation of American life to Soviet tyranny, then right-wing condem- nations of the most powerful communistic country in the world would be understandable. But the Soviet positions on the four points seem—dare we admit it?—reasonable. Consider the four points in contention. • The Soviets want a treaty preventing the militarization of space. So do all people who think militarization on Earth is bad enough. • The Soviets want a mutual freeze on nuclear weapons. President Reagan argues that the United States is behind the Soviet Union in its nuclear build-up, despite the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

m The North Texas Daily v . . 4i; Page 10 Friday, October 19, 1984 I 1 Letters ■ _ Can we believe Reagan? How is it that Ronald Reagan can stand up before the American people and tell them that they "arc better off now than they were four years ago?" And even worse, how can Americans believe him? Right now unemployment is where it was four years ago, business bank- ruptcies arc the highest since the 1930s, bank failures have tripled, farm and home foreclosures arc running at two to three times the normal rate and rising, agricultural pric- es have collapsed and deficits arc the high- est in U.S. history. Does Reagan think the American people don't understand the difference between fact and fiction? Or, does he not understand the difference himself? Betty Thetford Route 6 A true conservative Thank you for the editorial on Oct. 2 ("Mutual embarrassment")! What an en- lightening article it was. To find out that there is a true conserva- tive candidate for the 26th Congressional Distric...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

- If 11 in I > ) > r i T ' * 1 < I > Friday, October 19, 1984 Letters The North Texas Daily—Page 11 1 Christian Daily prints theocratic Biblical absurdities I would like io commcnd someone for having the testicular fortitude to educate a Christian theist (Stan Maples) about the dif- ference between creationism and evolution- ism. That someone else is Bruce Winegar who wrote in and had his perspective pub- lished by your Christian newspaper—The NT Daily. Stan Maples' letter on Sept. 28 was a fine example of how uneducated and bigot- ed Christian theists are when the cannot stealthily slip in their theocratic Biblical mor- al absurdities on the masses who arc already happy and content with their own beliefs. But the theists' objective is to sodomize the evolutionary stage of reason so that they may continue to have a stranglehold on the intellectual community. They are on the verge of collapse sincc a majority of their kind go to church for the sole purpose of showing off ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 19 October 1984

, IKIMi l|«il (JilL " "* *"' • ' " Page 12—The North Texas Daily Friday, October 19, 1984 Gloria Williamson / Questions surround ' university senate Much has been said and written con- cerning the desirability of establish- ing a university senate to replace the exist- ing Faculty Senate at NT. While rumors abound, there remains a multitude of questions surrounding the issue. This column is written as an effort to "set the record straight" so to speak and also to point out some of the many questions that must be addressed before such a pro- posal can be seri- ously considered by this academic com- munity. The idea of insti- tuting a universi- ty senate at NT is not new It was tried on an experimental basis in the Faculty Senate beginning in March 1974 and ending in June 1975. During this trial period the vice presi- dents, academic deans, six students nomi- nated by the Student Association and three classified staff (non-academic personnel) attended meetings with full privileges exc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

A k I 4 . The North Texas Daily Tuesday, October 23, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 150 Faculty members, campaign officials analyze debate By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer Sunday's presidential debate, though important, will likely have little impact on the 1984 election, NT political scien- tists and local campaign officials said Monday. President Reagan and Walter Mondale both "won" the debate, because they both accomplished what they set out to do in their two 90-minute face-offs. The de- bate was in Kansas City, Mo. "OVERALL, I FELT they came out pretty close to a draw," said Dr. Wil- liam Demougeot of the interpersonal and public communication faculty. Demougeot teaches courses on persuasion and the mass media. "If I scored them on the little scoring sheet (hat I generally use on question and answer types of debates. I would put Mondale ahead about three or four points. "But when I said they came out pret- ty evenly, I thought Reagan had improved hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

Editorials t. / !':Jffe!5- The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, October 23, 1984 It's debatable Sunday night didn't change many minds Sunday night's presidential debate did not change many minds. However, it probably caused a lot of people to be less certain about their choices because President Reagan did better than he did Oct. 7 in Louisville, while Walter Mondale did almost as well as he did in the first debate. In one sense, Mondale won the debate because he sound- ed more cogent and knowledgeable. But Reagan won the debate because he did not give his supporters much rea- son to desert him. True, Reagan had his moments of illog- ic and befuddlement. but he was so genial and grandfatherly that no supporters would have the heart to vote against him. After all, he is just like granddaddy. The president's main argument was that Mondale helped cut many defense programs that were vital to the nation's defense, both when he was in the Senate and when he was vice president. For exampl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

I « * I i N, t I ♦ 1 t 1 < * * ( ! 1 * I < *|f if • • • ' . 'i1 Tuesday, October 23, 1984 News Briefs U.S. Congressman visits NT today U.S. Congressman Tom Vandergriff will visit NT at 9 a.m. today in the University Union Courtyard. The reception has a "meet your congressman" theme, said Vandergriff aid Stanley Monroe. "If there are enough people he will give a report of the 98th Congress, expressing himself on his position on the issues," Monroe said. Vandergriff will also hold a question and answer session. Monroe said Vandergriff is coming to NT "to see everyone he can possibly see in this district." The 26th Congressional District is composed of Denton County, southern Cook County, western Collin county, eastern Tarrant County and Farmer's Branch And CarrolIton. Monroe said he expects a large crowd for the reception. "There have been good crowds every- where I've been with him, like in Lewisville." He said Vandergriff has always had good support from NT. Syndicate hosts ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily wK ■V?}t ' t ■ *J^,,-<■'■ ft OUR COLLEGE MAN Tuesday, October 23, 1984 By JEF RAY Photo by MIKE WETCHENSKY BUT HOW DOES HE SEE?—The Texas Christian Uni- versity mascot, the Horned Frog, carries a flower while performing at the NT-TCU game at Fort Worth Satur- day. (L * -|U fit* frr**-- 'WffftsV CtiKAbo Uifr.ftfZ •jW-'Wfl* ban'*U iHt UA-y Ohie' i i CAMPUS DAZE ffiQQ ,N THE Boy JEFF, X couldn't 5l.eeP AT ALL LA-S.T AJI<SHT AZ-ouHO io:oo seceuss OF flUTHe Noise, ox/e*_ TH6 CifiLLA'S' COu)&OV£ By DAVID HOWARD [Le6.P/ vi6. (Kj "THE DO£/v/| <=AA] _S£>ME.-PM£*= e>E quite. A>J I^NJPLE-A^A N T EXP£i2/e^^fc. 5-s peo/fl/-LV /M the £pg.iy M&P-Nihl6 Houzsl _m/l£H2l«5P MT «bi.r Historian plans research Marcello tells of public works' contributions to NT Organization to sponsor dance The Mexican American Student Orga- nization will sponsor a dance at 9 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Green Derby. Proceeds from the dance will be used to provide funds for tw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

t s * * * III * \ A 1 * * t ! ' ^ * * i 4 V v - * * \ i < • V < * r < 4 J# . I • 4 (t v ♦ * ♦ . h Tuesday, October 23, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 Amendment would provide additional funds for NT By EDWIN NEWTON >ecial Writer i The University System Coordinating Board has determined that NT is eligi- ble for $36 million for building repairs if Proposition 2. an amendment to the Texas Constitution, is passed by voters Nov. 6., said Walt Parker, vice presi- dent for external affairs. Proposition 2 is a proposed amendment to the Texas Constitution that would pro- vide funding to state universities based on need. Most of the universities that would be eligible for funding if Texas voters approve the amendment Nov. 6 are being visited by a Coordinating Board Committee representing (he Legislature. Before (he Proposition 2 was devised, a Permanent University Fund, developed in 1876. guaranteed "flagship universities'' like the University of Texas and Texas A&M systems...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

g| . ■ ' 1 Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily -. JF- Page 6 Tuesday, October 23, 1984 Jeffries portrays only male role in play Actor becomes 'one of the girls' in upcoming production By ROB LUNDE Staff Writer Being the only male in a cast with eight females and a female director has been an interesting experi- ence, said Andrew Jeffries, Corpus Christi senior. Jeffries, who plays Joe in the upcoming drama production "Come Back to the 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean," said he experienced several different feelings while he rehearsed with the cast. Joe is the only male in the nine-member cast. "Jimmy Dean" opens at 8 p.m. Wednesday and continues through Saturday in the Studio Theater in the Speech Building. For reservations and other information, call 565-2428. "I ALWAYS IMAGINED that girls talked like guys when they are together, but I never knew it first-hand," he said. "They have there own locker room-type discussions. "I am not one of the girls, so there is always ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

• I* , Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, October 23, 1984 Eagles lose to TCU . Davis ties rushing record I / By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer Texas Christian University running hack Kenneth Davis rushed for 2I9 yards and scored two touch- ♦ downs including an 82-yard run for a touchdown to lead the Horned Frogs to a 34-3 win over the Eagles «in a non-conference football game Saturday in Fort Worth. The win increased the Horned Frogs' record to 5-1, marking the first time TCU has reached that mark since 1958 when the Frogs jumped out to a 8-1 record. NT, on the other hand, lost its sixth con- secutive game, falling to 1-6. ► Although the NT defense held TCU to 438 yards total offense compared to the 512 yards per game ^average the Frogs had hecn averaging, NT head coach Corky Nelson was not pleased. "We just are not playing defensively like we were at the beginning of the year," Nelson said. "TCU just executed well and kept hitting at us inside. We have a hunch of new people ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1984

k.. . ' Page &—The North Texas Daily Mi 1) .. Tuesday, October 23, 1984 TWU defeats spikers NT volleyball team drops to 2-12 i v v.,1"* •iW9, By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT volleyball team lost 3-2 to Tex- as Woman's University in a non-con- fercnce game Thursday in the Men's Gym. The loss drops NT's record to 2-12. TWU is 19-18. NT is 2-1 in Southland Conference play and is in third place trail- ing UT-Arlington and Lamar. TWU won the first game 15-11. NT came back to win the next two games, 15-8, 15-8. However, TWU hung on to win the last two games 15-12 and 15-11. NT volleyball coach Vicky Guy said, "It was a good match, a lot of long vollies. Both teams played well. The lead went back and forth throughout the match. We couldn't hold on in the fifth game. It was one of those long matches where whoever makes the play at the end takes it. We made some mental errors in the fifth game. Our concentration wasn't good. We were not doing what we need- ed to do at the time." Guy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

4) ► The North Texas Daily Wednesday, October 24, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 151 V , and i4-o.; I \ * • «.< .. 1 * Photo by BILL DOUTHART ACCELERATED—Jack Price, Denton graduate accelerator, Price does atomic research with equip- student, works on a 2Vi million volt Vande Graaff ment in the basement of the Physics Building. Horn, Od/e debate tonight Candidates for Mute representative from the 59th District will debate at 7 p.m. today at the Denton Senior Center, 509 N. Bell Ave. The debate is open to the public. Candidates are Republican incumbent Jin. Horn and Democratic challenger l.loyd Odle. The debate is the fifth in a series of six between candidates for county and state political offices. The debates are sponsored by Golden Triangle Communi- cations. All debates are on Wednesday and are shown on Channel 25 at 8 p.m. Fridays and 9 p.m. Mondays. The candidates have debated several times before, Horn said. "The things we get to talk about a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

-ij ■■■'■ ; a .v yi* •., • -.v RBI WBfe ' ',.•• BSOTSB? ■rw^'W' ■ ■ '1® HB The North Texas Daily Editorials Vandal art? Page 2 Wednesday, October 24, 1984 ■■ W?1": . A few weeks ago somebody decided to show how well he could draw with a can of spray paint on a wall at the General Academic Building. This display of self-expression is nothing but a show of disrespect by some childish individual who probably passes himself off as a respecting adult during the day. A maintenance worker scraped and scrubbed on the wall for a week, and he still couldn't get the image of the face off. The vandal who did this is presumed to be an adult because of the size of the painting, which is quite large. People who enjoy vandalizing other's property are nothing but a menace to society. The person who painted the face on the GAB wall probably doesn't have the brains to real- ize that it is going to cost him in the long run. The main- tenance worker could have been doing something else for the good of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

I* Wednesday, October 24, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 ) < • < n- < i News Briefs NT to host TACT forum The Texas Association of College Teachers forum will be at 3 p.m. Thursday in the University Union University Room. Dr. Tommie Lawhon of the home economics faculty said the topic will be "Student Evaluations Re-evaluated." The moderator will be Dr. Gus Seligman of the history faculty and panelists will be Drs. James Baird of the English faculty and Patricia Moseley of the education faculty. All faculty members, administrators and students are invited to attend. Lawhon said. "The panelists will discuss the impact or lack of impact on professors in regard to career, promotions and tenure by student evaluations." Eawhon was a delegate to the TACT House of Delegates and one of three delegates sent to the association's delegates meeting Oct. 5-6 in Austin. Other delegates from NT were Drs. Harold Thames of the politi- cal science faculty and Eugene Wright of the English f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Psychologist offers tips Adviser gives graduate school suggestions OUR COLLEGE MAN Wednesday, October 24, 1984 | \ By JEF RAY By LAURA DOWLEARN Daily Reporter When applying to different schools for an undergraduate degree in psychology, "shoot for the best," Dr. Harold D. Hollowav. undergraduate adviser in the psychology department, told psychology students during a Psi Chi meeting last week. Psi Chi is the society of professional psychologists. "Obviously, the more you apply, the better probability of getting in." He said students should consult facul- ty members at various colleges and uni- versities when deciding where to apply. If a student wants to apply at NT. he should talk to graduate students in the Group wants equality psychology program. Hollo way said. All minimum requirements are listed in school catalogs. "If the student meets these minimal amounts, it doesn't neces- sarily mean that he will get in." Appli- cants should have academic perfor...

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