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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

S • Wednesday, October 24, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 V A V & 1 i. 11; 11 / ■ / ( i iY lie I < A ( « * < 9 Photo by BILL DOUTHART GREENHOUSE BEANS—Doug Dowden. Denton junior, works in the NT greenhouse writing labels to put on bean seeds for his botany 1310 class. The class is testing for the effects of acid rain. i)\ Study seeks volunteers Drs. Bert llayslip and Larry Schneider of the psy- chology faculty are looking for 20 female volunteers to complete a study concerning problems that arise in counseling women. The study, sponsored by the North Texas Research Program, seeks to determine the conditions under which female patients get along best with female counselors, llayslip said. VOLUNTEERS WILL watch a videotape of an interview between a female therapist and a female client and give their opinions of the interaction, he said. I layslip said, "On the basis of their opinions, it can be determined if certain counselors are best matched with certain patients. "Marr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

Arts & , . ... ^ . . The North Texas Daily Page 6 Wednesday, October 24, 1984 Drama faculty member returns to NT, finds few changes Pennington approves of combination of drama, dance divisions, enjoys students' enthusiasm By ROB LUNDE Staff Writer Dr. R Boycc Pennington said he re- turned to NT to find that little had changed since he left in the early '70s. Pennington, a temporary member of the drama faculty, is a scenic designer. He and Dan Viltcr, also of the drama faculty, are taking the place of Wayne Lambert, who left in August to pursue another career. "They (the administration) have expand- ed the position of technical designer from one person to two specialized people," Pennington said. "I think it will give some emphasis to the program. '"There have been some positive chang- es here, like the combining of dance and drama. Plus, there was the break-up of speech and drama. Each area now has the opportunity to expand. Not that they didn't have the chance before, but now t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

Wednesday, October 24, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 I < I Joe (Andrew Jeffries), left, startles Mona 'Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean' Mona (Karen Whiteley) reminisces about her night with Jimmy Dean "Come Back to the 5 & Dime. Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean" opens at 8 p.m. today in the Studio Theater in the Speech Build- ing, and if Monday night's dress rehearsal is any indication, audiences can expect to see a well-done performance. "Jimmy Dean" is set in the small West Texas town of McCarthy on Sept. 30, 1975—20 years after the fatal car crash of teen movie idol James Dean The play tells the story of the reunion of five members of a James Dean fan club. "The Disciples of James Dean," in the old store where they once held their meetings. The return of the live to the store begins as a light, happy reunion of old friends, but the friendly meeting soon turns into a harsh encounter as the facades the charac- ters have hidden behind for years are slowly, pai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 24 October 1984

Sports The North Texas Daily Wednesday, October 24, 1984 ^ Page 8 §WM fPZ&J $ i m '' jL - f n; s W "■ i Igi a, #11 #v:. , ^ T * ; ** ,!'4 5-r^V;, i; Sr s# . V.* " ft' '4* I m mt >•- IT &BP ,' 4T ;; * tv, "ffWi Jg/.i.g* s f, f.$Jk fS fc ? p «if /.. ..4 • W- <mi, f. L&. /i -rj J ■ L./ « WfHmrw fl -.' yBr/fjp|§. I i "I- ■? f , ' «t i| -••« tK* , -a NT's defeat ends in injuries Three players suffer torn knee ligaments in game By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT football team lost reserve defensive back Anthony Williams for the year with torn knee liga- ments in Saturday's 34-3 loss to Texas Christian University, bringing the season-ending injury total to five players. Offensive team captain and center Jeff Horn and redshirt freshman defensive tackle Tom Middaugh also suffered torn knee ligaments and will be out for four weeks. Head coach Corky Nelson said, "It's an unusual year in injuries. I can't remember ever being associ- ated with a team that's had this many inju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

V < The North Texas Daily Thursday, October 25, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 31 'IliPitl: SEPT. £4MS DiEw H m mmc ■ ... /;■; ■ i ■ ■ Photo by MICHAEL WETCHENSKY in Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jim- my Dean.' The play will be at 8 p.m. today through WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR—Sissy (Lea Rothrock), left, and Juanita (Diane Heusted) look at newspaper advertisements tor the Ice Capades Saturday in the University Theater Chief says autos should steer dear of bike path By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer Automobiles parked in the bicyle path, even those that are only stopped temporarily to unload or pick up passengers, arc in violation of the parking rules and may be ticketed, said Chief Dan Martin of the NT Police Department. "When there are cars in the bicyle path, bicyclists generally swerve out into the traffic, rather than stopping until the car moves," Mar- tin said. "There haven't been any accidents yet, but I've seen a couple of near miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

mmentarv f h The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, October 25, 1984 Editorials Interior failings Former Secretary of the Interior James Watt irritated many Americans with his blatant advocacy of strip mining, clear-cutting forests, off-shore oil drilling and poor taste in humor. Watt finally left office after a particularly notable quip about the human components of a coal advisory board, only to become the leading fund-raiser for Ronald Reagan's re-election campaign. His replacement, William Clark, does not suffer from Watt's poor sense of humor, but two activ- ist conservation organizations do not approve of his handling of the environment. The Sierra Club and the Friends of the Earth do not see any improvement of the admin- JIIU, istration's handling of environ- mental matters in the year since Watt resigned. The two groups, who gave Watt a "grade" of F based on his performance, now give Clark a D. One Sierra Club official said there has been one major improvement in the Departm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

u I it \ -fl 11 • I Thursday, October 25, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 News Briefs White blasts GOP tactics WASHINGTON (AP)—Texas Gov. Mark White accused the Reagan administration Wednesday of a "coordinated attack to reduce voter turnout." White, testifying at a congressional hearing, said he was outraged when he received a Sept. 24 letter from Donald Devine, head of the U.S.Office of Personnel Management, questioning the use of state employees to re- gister voters. The letter warned that governments receiving federal funds are prohibited from coercing state employees "for partisan political purposes." Similar letters were sent to the governors of Ohio and New York. "No instance of illegal activity was brought to Mr. Devine's attention, but he saw fit to single out Texas with only two other states as the object of thinly-veiled threats," White told Government Operations Housing and Manpower Subcommittee Chairman Barney Frank, D-Mass. Frank said, "This is the most trumped-up pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily " -V'. ■! RHA members to attend conference in November OUR COLLEGE MAN By EDITH AGUIl.AR Daily Reporter Representatives of the Residence Hall Association will attend a meeting of the Southwest Affiliate of College and Uni- versities Residence Halls Nov. 1-4 at Ste- phen F. Austin University in Nacogdo- ches. Ed Faulkner. Dallas f.eshman and RHA national communications coordinator, said the association is a conference of RHA representatives that enacts legisla- tion and comes up with ideas that the representatives can use at their schools. He said. "Basically, it's the same thing that goes on at our RHA meetings but on a much larger scale." Transportation to the conference is pro- vided by the RHA, Faulkner said. Thirty- one people will attend the conference. Dorm residents were invited to attend, but due to limited space, RHA represen- tatives were considered first, he said. Last weekend, Faulkner attended a sim- ilar conference at Oklahoma State Uni- ve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

I I I '1? " I MM A * i i < > l 1 ' * i < I J t v f ; i 1 ► v v ♦ / • <. • * 11 I Thursday, October 25, 1984 The North Texaa Daily-—Page 5 Organization fights injustice By MARC McDONALD Daily Reporter Amnesty International is an organiza- tion that seeks political and social jus- tice for all people, said Patrick Palace, Denton sophomore and NT chapter president. The group monitors governments for human rights violations world-wide and reports its findings once the information is verified, Palace said. Amnesty International has 500,000 members in 150 countries. Students inter- ested in joining can become a campus members, which requires paying no dues. Palace said students seeking information about Amnesty International can call him at 566-6595. THE GOALS OF Amnesty Interna- tional outlined in its literature arc: • To seek the release of "prisoners of conscience"—men, women and chil- dren detained anywhere because of their beliefs, race, sex, ethnic origin, language, or r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, October 25, 1984 Series offers mask-making, art workshops By IVY WARD Daily Reporter The Union Arts Center will sponsor a mask-making workshop from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday in the cen- ter on the first floor of the University Union. The workshop is one of a series offered by the center to NT students, faculty and staff members. Each workshop is from noon to 4 p.m. and costs $8, said Carol Wortham, Denton graduate student. A workshop on batik will be conducted Nov. 3. The workshop will also feature book binding and paper marbling, she said. Batik is a method of dyeing cloth by covering parts that are not to be dyed with removable wax. Paper marbling is a method of creating individual- ized wrapping paper or stationary, Wortham said. A workshop on making ceramic wind chimes will be Nov. 10. Wortham said the chimes will be hand- made from clay that will be fired and glazed at the center. Framing and matting will be demonstr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

< • i ^ s> ■ B 41 ■ ' f, \ 11 > , I* iy < 1^ Thursday, October 25, 1984 *4mU I r 3$ Corey Haim, Peter Weller and Christopher Collet star in "First Born" Museum curator works to meet community needs By GHANA VOWELL Daily Reporter The Courthouse-on-the-Square has not been the scat of Denton County government for seven years, hut Christy Leith, courthouse museum curator, said she and her fellow workers are making sure that it is once again meeting community needs. "We have developed so much in the past year," Leith said. "We try to maximize the museum ex- perience for our visitors. We can't just he a muse- um to house artifacts. We need to meet communi- ty needs." "THEY BASICALLY created the job for me. There had never been a museum educator before," she said. Many programs have been added to the museum's agenda since Leith joined the staff. She said they help make the public aware the museum exists. "People are always saying, 'Oh, there's a muse- um up there,' " she said. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 25 October 1984

Sports %. The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, October 25, 1984 Study examines exercise Student compares physical, mental relationships PI:oto by DEBBIE WILLIS Teri Pistacchio takes her heart rate during a conditioning class By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer Have you ever wondered why your roommate can run five miles and feel good while you're still trying to get used to climbing the stairs to the second floor of the dorm? Did you enroll in a conditioning class this semester only to drop the class because you sud- denly realized you preferred air conditioning? Teri Pistacchio, Glendale, Calif., graduate student, would like to know why. Pistacchio. 28, is conducting research for her doc- toral dissertation. "I'm looking at the relationship between physical fitness and mental health," Pistacchio said. "We're looking at it from a chronic physical perspective, meaning, 'Does staying in shape over a long period of time have an affect on a person's attitude or mental health in general as op...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

\ * •v J TO i i f The North Texas Daily Friday, October 26, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 32 '84 Phonothon donations rise to $32,458 By TONYA McMURRAY Staff Writer After eight nights of phoning alumni to raise donations for NT, the NT Phono- thon has raised $32,458, leaving $42,542 of this year's $75,000 Phonothon goal to be collected in the remaining 13 nights of the fund-raising event. This amount is $3,065 less than was raised in the first eight nights of the 1983 Phonothon. After eight nights last year, student callers had raised $35,523. Wednesday night Kerr Hall residents raised $3,999 in alumni pledges. On the eighth night of last year's Phonothon, West Hall residents raised $2,995. MEMBERS OF Angel Flight raised $2,619 Tuesday night. On the seventh night of the 1983 Phonothon, members of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity and its little sisters raised $3,205. Sigma Nu fraternity members manned the phones Monday night, raising $2,380 in pledges. On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

Page 2—The North Texas Daily Friday, October 26, 1984 \ V Photo by JEFF COHEN UP SHE GOES—Hallie Holamon, 4, learns how to con- trol her body while climbing a scaler, "The Mountain." Holamon is a student in the Developmental Movement Education Program, Tournament begins Monday College Bowl: Varsity sport of the mind By MICHELE K. POWELL Daily Reporter The second annual College Bowl Tour- nament begins at 7 p.m. Monday in the University Union One O'Clock Lounge. "College Bowl is the varsity sport of the mind," said Greg Jones, University Program Council president and Denton graduate student. It will cover literature, science, history, current events, religion, sports, art, music and film, he said. THE TOURNAMENT is co-spon- sored by the UPC and the Association of College Unions-International. It will be played by teams of four people. Linguistics Circle Individuals or teams may register at the third floor Union Information Center before Monday, or from 6:30 to 7 p.m. Monday in the On...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

if. I 4 I If V 4 I ► « / V ' i 1 i i' 4> * Friday, October 26, 1984 '•J * & News Briefs /V7 to honor faculty, staff Saturday will be Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night at Fouts Field when the Eagle football team plays Southwest Texas State University at 7 p.m. "North Texas State University owes its continuing success as an acknowl- edged leader in higher education in no small part to its dedicated faculty and staff," said NT President Al Hurley. "You make it possible for students to receive valuable training at the outset of their careers," he said. Faculty, staff and their immediate families are invited as guests of the athletic department, and will be admitted free with their faculty/staff card at Gate 6 on the west side of the stadium. Dr. Peter Lane, assistant to the chancellor, said, "The appreciation night is a way for us to say 'thank you' to personnel. Ad Club to attend convention Members of the NT Advertising Club will attend a national convention today and Saturda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

Wk 1 c Page 4—The North Texas Daily acuity member discusses V violence, aggression OUR COLLEGE MAN Friday, October 26, 1984 By JEF RAY By LAURA DOWLEARN Daily Reporter "The Burning Bed," a made-for-TV movie aired Oct. 9. depicted the story of an abused wife setting her husband's bed on fire while he slept. After the show was aired, a Milwaukee man set fire to his wife's bed. Dr. Victoria O'Donnell of the speech faculty said. "The show didn't necessari- ly cause it. The motivation had to be inside of him to begin with." O'Donnell and Dr. June Kable of Mid- western State University have written a book on the pro-social and anti-social effects of television. "Persuasion: An Interactive Dependency Approach," is used as a textbook by the interpersonal and public communication faculty. Anti-social effects include violence and aggression. If violence is rewarded on the screen, people are more likely to imi- tate thai form of behavior than if it is punished, she said. IN "THE BURNING BED," ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

m i h , t * ^ > * « f * jf > i « • ■T' i'A ' I 1 / ♦ f & Friday, October 26, 1984 *■■■ Photo by JEFF COHEN A WINNING TEAM—Former Dallas Cowboy receiv- er Drew Pearson enjoys a luncheon at the Universi- ty Union Silver Eagle Suite. Pearson spoke at a meeting of the Golden Triangle Mall Merchants. Justice creates alarm with anti-abortion opinion DALLAS (AP)—After less than a month in office, the newest appointee to the Texas Supreme Court has alarmed court justices and others who feel he may not be able to rule impartially after his emotional anti-abortion opinion last week, officials said. Justice Raul Gonzalez, appointed earlier this month by Gov. Mark White, attacked pro-abortionists in his dissenting opinion in a "wrongful birth" case Oct. 17. just nine days after being sworn in. The opinion reportedly has caused consternation in White's office anil angered pro-choice activists. "It would obviously have been better if he had not gone out of his way to inject himself into...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

f. ■ ■raBKkv' I HI? s K ,rVT;7i*.- 1' * aifflHR '"'"■'T Is ^ ' : . f I;' I lb &. -i -ft -4" ..1 j... V- The North Texas Daily Page 6 Friday, October 26, 1984 Photo by BILL DOUTHART KEEPING IN TUNE—Jennifer Saleebey, concert mistress for the NT Sym- phony Orchestra, tune s up the orchestra before the Symphony and Cham- ber Orchestra concert begins. Workshop highlights process ot batik By ROBERT STONE Daily Reporter Artist Teri Muse will conduct a batik workshop from noon to 4 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Union Arts Center on the first floor of the University Union. Batik is a fabric decoration that has been in existence for more than 3,000 years, she said. The process may be time-consuming but gratifying. Muse said. Basic steps involve drawing a design with hot wax on the fabric, then dipping the fabric in a dye. When the wax is removed, the design drawn will be on the fabric. THE PROCESS originated in ancient Egypt but has been practiced to a larger extent on the island of Indonesia. Euro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, October 26, 1984 * «. 1 ) i \ i 1 > JEsSB* piff 1 ;. I . Photo by JEFF COHEN UP AGAINST THE WALL—Members of a beginning racquetball class relax the PE Building. Ginger Parrish, Lewisville graduate student, teaches the along a wall. The class meets from 2 to 3:20 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in class. Kickers face Mustangs Saturday Team prepares after disappointment of 4-1 defeat By KEN CURR1N Staff Writer When the NT soccer team plays South- ern Methodist University at 7 p.m. Satur- day in Ownby Stadium, coach Richard Lowe will be lacing several unanswered questions. Has his team mentally or physically overcome its disappointing 4-1 loss to the Mustangs two weeks ago? After los- ing to SMU, Lowe placed much of the blame on the fact that his team wasn't properly conditioned and would need to spend some time getting in shape before they would be ready to play SMU again. The Eagles have played two games in the meantime, and rain has caused sever- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 26 October 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily •I • -V. ' Friday, October 26, 1984 Gridders face Bobcats Saturday at Fouts 1 it By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT football team will try to stop a six-game losing streak when it plays the Southwest Texas State Bobcats at 7 p.ni Saturday in a non-conference game at Fouts Field. NT head coach Corky Nelson said, "We want to win this game; that's our main goal right now. We'll do whatever we have to do to win." No Eagle team has ever lost more than six games in a row . The 1972 team lost its first six games of the season before picking up a win under then head coach Rod Rust Rust was fired from his defen- sive coordinator position Wednesday by the New England Patriots of the Nation- al Football League- NT will have to stop the losing skid against the 5-2 Bobcats who are coming off a 10-7 win over Southeast Louisiana University last week. "I think they have a pretly good football team. They may not have played as difficult a schedule as we have, but they ...

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