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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 November 1984

IN I I • f' I i I IV 1 • V | • m * f p' r The North Texas Daily Thursday, November 1, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 35 NTs enrollment growth leads state universities By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer With a 5.85 percent increase in enroll- ment this fall, NT is the fastest growing university in Texas, the Texas College Coordinating Board said last week. In a report based on 12th class day fig- ures submitted by the state's 139 public and private higher education institutions, the board said NT's enrollment climbed from 20,234 students in fall 1983, to 21,418 this year, an increase of 1,184 students. Southwest Texas State Univer- sity at San Marcos enrolled 1,019 more this fall than last, from 18.314 to 19,333 students. The increases have come at a time when growth in college enrollments in Texas and the nation is slowing, the board said. "NATIONAL ENROLLMENTS in general didn't increase as much this year as it has in times past," said Winston Cave, the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 November 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, November 1, 1984 Editorials The first hurdle Although it's a long way from over, the first step in the early registration procedure is now history. Despite some problems, the system more or less worked. About 50 percent of the current student body used the early registration system to enroll for spring classes. After adjusting for students who will be graduating in December, those who will be transferring to other universities and those who have already decided they don't want to attend col- f o lege next spring, this amounts to a substantial number of stu- dents. Also, most departments re- ported higher percentages of student!; registering than the 50 percent figure of the Reg- istrars Office. Many of the stu- dents who chose not to use early registration are probably those with undecided majors, who want to wait until they find out which of their current classes have resulted in the best grades before selecting classes for next semester. It's...

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

Thursday, November 1, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 '\j i i r News Briefs Council extends ski trip registration Registration for the University Program Coun- cil Travel Committee's Ski Steamboat '85 trip has been extended through Nov. 16, said Ron Greene, committee chairman and Denton sophomore. "We are giving everyone a little extra time to register," Greene said. The trip to Steamboat Springs, Colo., will last from Jan. 2 to Jan. 10, 1985. A $50 deposit is required when registering and the price of the trip is $312. The balance is due by Nov. 21. The price of the trip includes transportation, lodging for six nights in Steamboat Springs, lift tickets for five days, ski races, one concert and three parties. Food is not included. Lessons will be available the first day of the trip, and ski equipment may be rented for $7.50 a day. Registration forms may be obtained from the third floor information center in the University Union. New president outlines Braniff plans DALLAS (AP)—The...

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

Pag© 4—The North Texas Daily m Faculty member discusses Eastern European politics OUR COLLEGE MAN Thursday, November 1, 1984 By JEF RAY By MARC McDONALD Daily Reporter Dr. Milan Reban of the political sci- ence faculty went to Munich, West Ger- many. this month to present a paper: "Czechoslovak-Yugoslav Relations" io a conference of Eastern European specialists. The conference. "Recent Developments and Reforms in Southeast Europe." was in Nymphenberg Castle. The conference was organized by the Southeast Institute of Munich and underwritten by the Sie- mens Foundation, a West German com- pany. Reban said. "This conference sought to examine the changes and reforms in Southeastern Europe. It brought togeth- er West German specialists and special- ists from other countries, including two of us from the United States." HE SAID the paper "dealt with the evolving relations between Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia." He said it is "unusual" that relations between the two countries are improving...

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

E3 Thursday, November 1, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 i I ♦ t i A i i S. mmm ~ Jk. A, Photo by BILL DOUTHART WALKING IN THE SUN—Pat Campbell, Juneau, Alaska Freshman, walks to Maple Hall near the Willis Library. Today's forecast calls for a high tem- perature in the upper 70s under mostly cloudy skies with a 20 percent chance of rain. Retreat begins Friday for black college students By GENA HODGE Special Writer The first lc\;is Black College Student Retreat is Friday through Sunday at Mount Lebanon Baptist Camp, 15 miles southwest of Dallas. The purpose of the retreat is to provide a special statewide ministry to black college students for fellowship and Christian activities. "The theme is 'Free to Be: The Choice is Yours,' " said Angela Ferguson, campus Harambee evange- lism coordinator of the Baptist Student Center. THE COST IS $40, which includes two nights lodging, five meals and registration. Students who do not spend the night will pay $8 for registration and $4.50 per me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 November 1984

' ■" -V---:' ■■ s & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Thursday, November 1, 1984 Page 6 WKKLm—mmm Photo by BILL DOUTHART ORGANIC CHEMISTRY—Perri Hamilton, curator of exhibits for the Histori- cal Collection, stands next to a 100 year-old organ. The organ is part of the Historical Collection's new exhibit, which is scheduled to open Friday. Use NT Daily Advertising Come meet "Tom Whitlock" an N.T. Graduate democratic: candidate for district judge Thurs. Nov. 1st from 2 - 3 p.m. in the Union Courtyard CHANELLO'S Pizza £Sn>\ Fast-Free-Delivery PIZZA j 565-0509 1000 Ave. C Mon-Thurs 4 pm-1 am Friday 4 pm-2 am Saturday 11 am-2 am Sunday 11 am-1 am $1 off any 12" 2 item or more pizza + Free 1 liter of soft drink 565-0509 /MX, x few ) $2 off any 16" 2 item or more pizza + Free 1 liter of soft drink 565-0509 &f%>\ $3 off any 20" 2 item or more pizza + Free 1 liter of soft drink 565-0509 ! f&fk niz* j $1 Off LATE coupon if your pizza arrives more than 30 min. late The Mic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 November 1984

' Sports J# I 4 • . * i i i 4 ■ * m < 1 ' 'V *V The North Texas Daily Page 7 Thursday, November 1, 1984 U ■v^vV. ' m \m Photo by MICHAEL WETCHENSKY ALL OPPOSED RAISE YOUR HAND—The Ken- dall Tubes defeat Theta Chi 12-9 in an intramural water polo match. From left are Joe DeWeese, Denton senior; Robby Leach, Gainesville junior; Tim Kuebler, McGregor senior; Jim Linker, Farmers Branch freshman; and Nick Nemeth, Ottawa, Can- ada, freshman. DeWeese and Leach are members of the Theta Chi team. NAIA playoff change cancels soccer game By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer The NT soccer team was scheduled to play Mid- western State University today, but the game has been canceled due to u National Association of Inter- collegiate Athletics playoff schedule change. The Eagles' next game is at I p.m. Sunday against Sam Houston State University on Fouts Field. The NAIA playoffs were originally scheduled to begin next week, but scheduling problems forced them to begin earlier, and Midwestern asked NT so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 1 November 1984

r£P {Ba Page 8 - -The North Texas Daily A/7" alumnus reminisces about Snake Pit spirit ,, ,;P «. ^ , . By BARBARA GREEN Dailv Reporter 7 ! * m " Tfla. •'ii •$•<'. Photo by JULIE THAUBERT STUCK ON YOU—Bill Larson, Bedford senior, left, scores a point against Texas Tech's John Shepard in the epee division. The North Texas Collegiate Fencing Tournament was last week- end in the PE Building. NT won the tournament. Thursday, November 1, 1984 SLC meet pleases Garland Coach says thinclads try hard, gain respect By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer Although the NT cross country track team did not win the Southland Conference meet Monday at Louisiana Tech in Huston, La., coach Ken Garland said his team is pleased with the results. Garland said, "We're elated. It's like a big win. Although we're not the champions, we made people take notice and gained some respect. Although we didn't win. they ran as hard as they could and did their best. When you do that you are a champion." Lamar won the meet w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1984

I 11 1 I The North Texas Daily Friday, November 2, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 36 When East meets West: China's new economy By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer In a move that only a few years ago would have been denounced as regres- sive capitalism, China is restructuring its economy, putting a velvet glove on the iron hand of its government's manage- ment of industry. An economic reform package aimed at the gradual abandonment of Soviet- style centralized planning was approved Oct. 20 by the Central Committee of China's 40-million member Communist Party. Urban reforms follow a movement that began in 1978 to dismantle the coun- try's collectivized agricultural system and introduce free market incentives to the country's 8(X) million rural workers. MARKEDLY IMPROVED agricul- tural output led to the measures adopted Oct. 20, an official communique said. The announcement of industrial reforms that are estimated to affect 200 million urban Chinese was not un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 2 November 1984

Com Editorials The North Texas Daily I Page 2 Friday, November 2, 1984 Good judgment? If Ronald Reagan is re-elected, a great opportunity for the New Right to restructure the membership of the Supreme Court could be made available. Four of the court's justices are over 75 years old: Har- ry Blackmun, Warren Burger, Thurgood Marshall and Wil- liam Brennan, who at 78 is the oldest member of the court. The only justice under 60 is Sandra Day O'Connor, who is 54. Considering the advanced age of most of the justices, there is a good chance that Reagan would have the chance to appoint at least four new members to the court, the greatest number any president since Dwight Eisenhower has had the opportunity to name. Although all such presidential appointments are subject to the approval of the U.S. Senate, Reagan is likely to get what he wants. Even if the Democrats regain control of the Senate, the appointments will still be made by Reagan, and the Senate would be pressured to approve his c...

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

Forum The North Texas Daily •i,- * * il i c i Page 3 Friday, November 2, 1984 Letters Hassles of busing: Empty promises, rude drivers There is a matter of great concern that needs immediate attention. Texas Bus Lines is constantly rendering poor services to NT students. There have been consistent complaints with no avail to the students. There have been at the least 20 calls made to Texas Bus Lines this week. Empty promises have been made. Students are angry and tired of being late for classes. Students are ask- ing for partial refunds for classes missed. Texas Bus Lines does not follow its own schedule. An example of its tardiness: The bus is scheduled to arrive at 7:l<) a.m.; it arrives at 7:45. The bus is scheduled to leave NT at 11:10 a.m. but leaves at 11:30. The same bus is sup|K)scd to arrive in down- town Dallas at 12:30 p.m. and it arrives at 12:55. If Texas Bus Lines cannot provide the services needed, we would like a bus service that will. Several of the drivers for Te...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, November 2, 1984 ample ballot shows candidates, proposed amendments This is a sample ballot, similar to those which will be used in the general election on Tuesday. Unless otherwise noted, all races will be on the ballot at every precinct in Denton County. If a voter casts his ballot for a straight par- ty ticket, he must vote for the proposed con- stitutional amendments separately. Ballots are printed in English and Spanish. Only the English translation is given below. Straight Ticket Vote: Democratic Party Republican Party President and Vice President: Walter F. Mondale and Geraldine A. Ferraro, Democratic Ronald Reagan and George Bush, Republican Lyndon H. Larouche and Billy M. Davis, Independent United States Senator: Lloyd Doggett, Democratic Phil Gramm. Republican United States Representative, District 26: Tom Vandergriff. Democratic Richard (Dick) Armey. Republican Railroad Commissioner: Mack Wallace, Democratic John Thomas Henderson, Repu...

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

I- "■ ™ * H * i ♦ « t I * > i l 4 1 ' i ' « • I ( ♦ ' • Friday, November 2, 1984 OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY -f OjklkOlfy '> eh?A zwi Students protest election Sit-in participants go home after 18 hours CAMPUS DAZE By DAVID HOWARD ...KiojWIS Ce.«3£T SAVS SWouJ WITH A OFTHtew en AMP IT'S conn p. EE SUNNy OND ABOUT NINETY-TWO [i&s«ee-b sflvs Meee ITS <3>oWA/fl e>e <o.eBC. *A/D •SUA/^y ... ANP WERE ^NTU aAV/N THE IflTKT TUWES f K. Xo'; that uisr oMe u;/)£ REo/vl T M TltfC.*. the. Hor^HKiis /qwo Kfcw Rj/t- a Look: KT JHe (JcJtTHEK— WAIT Mo IT'S GaMA/A CLCJJCV ' AN P NEflK. Pry £pWAT TEVA^) IjJEJXTHER. SO &£. I6> UtiP(LEDICTfie>Uz- Ain't ' ON THE Ai*. T «l JZ- rwr?^ic;-pn n r>7r7sncrpn n n^rNiTpn n rwonTPn na**. A planned two-day demonstration organ- ized to protest the national election and to promote student communication on campus was called off after 18 hours Monday amid conflicting reports of its failure or success. One ...

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

— - Wm Page 6—The North Texas Daily Friday, November 2, 1984 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ * ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ * ★ * ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ COME OUT TO WELCOME VICE-PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH w -v k\ For a Gala Texas Homecoming Pre-Election Rally in honor of DICK HRI11EV 26th DISTRICT REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE * Date: * Time: * Place: Monday, November 5, 1984 11:30 A.M. North Texas State University Coliseum, Denton, Texas ★ Special Surprise Guest ★ Music - Fun - Bands - Entertainment Sponsored by College Republicans FREE ADMISSION For special viewing tickets contact Armey for Congress Campaign 214-221-8626 Paid for by Reagan/Bush '84, Paul Laxalt, Chairman and Angela Jackson, Treasurer ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ■ % * I * * > * \ ♦ ' 'v I t I i i * * #■ 3 i ♦ * I

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

♦ A f ♦ > I 1 I 1 « * ff ' « r * « #' < ijj t Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, November 2, 1984 Orchestra to perforin at Election Eve Party By CHANA VOWELL Daily Reporter The Rock Bottom Lounge's Election Eve Party will feature Uig Al's Hot Dance Orchestra at 8 p.m. Monday in the Rock Bottom I.ounge. Alan Gresik, conductor and piano player for the hand, said "We will specialize in technically recreating the sounds of the masters of swing." Big Al's band usually plays music from the 2()s and 30s. Gresik, Palos Heights, 111., senior, first became interested in music from the 20s and 30s after his grandmother died in 1977. "SHE LEFT A box of 78 RPM records in her attic. The first record 1 picked up was by a 1929 hot dance orchestra. Maybe if I had picked up one from the 50s, I may have been inspired by 50s music." During high school, Gresik did research on music from the 20s and 30s. "I was pretty introverted during high school since I was always spen...

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

••v.' v . ' . Sports The North Texas Daily Page 8 Friday, November 2, 1984 Fugitives beat Lambda Chi Alpha | Spikers play today Independents upset intramural champs in overtime By PEPPER HASTINGS Special Writer It took two years, but it finally hap- pened to Lambda Chi Alpha. No one had beaten the defending intramural flag foot- ball champions since 1982 until an inspired independent team, the Fugitives, took the Chops into overtime and won the cham- pionship game 24-18 Wednesday on a soggy intramural field. Many flag football prognosticators thought Lambda Chi, a nationally ranked team in 1983, would use the game as a tuneup for the National Collegiate Flag Football tournament later this year, but the Fugitives, led by quarterback Bubba DeWeese, Denton senior, came out and dominated the Chops in nearly every offensive category. DeWeese (17 for 29, 234 yards) threw for three touchdowns and ran for the game winner in overtime. The independents racked up nine first downs while allow- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1984

The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 6, 1984 68th Year No. 37 U.S. presidential elections are today Foils will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. See page 3 for a list of Denton County polling places NT Student Association elections for representatives and Homecoming Queen and King are today and Wednesday Foils are scheduled to be open from H a.m. to 5 p.m and will be in the University Union outside the University Store and in Woolen Hall on the first floor Polls will be open from 5 p.m. to 7 p m. in front of Willis Library. * I « ' 1/ fi 1 T . I '■ Bush says Americans recognize leadership Photo by BILL DOUTHART A flag hangs behind participants in the rally By TRENT EADES Staff Writer The American people will go to the polls today and shout "Four more years," Vice President George Bush told a cheer- ing and jeering crowd of 4,000 in the NT Coliseum Monday. "Family, faith, hard work and oppor- tunities," Bush said, standing before a 50-by-80 foot American flag hanging from the Coliseum...

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

entary Editorials The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 6, 1984 The big day Today is the day everyone has been waiting for. Start- ing tomorrow, television viewers will no longer have to suffer through another Lloyd Dogget or Phil Gramm cam- paign advertisement, see President Reagan plead voters to choose Dick Armey, or listen to Crosby, Stills and Nash sing "Teach Your Children Well" while schoolchild- ren watch nuclear missiles being launched. A lot of money has been spent on these advertisements. That money is wasted if you do not vote. There are many reasons not to vote. Maybe you're too busy, or the car breaks down, or your boss will not give you the time off. Maybe you think it will not make any difference whether or not you vote. All those reasons are rationalizations. No one is too busy to vote because there is plenty of time to make plans to take an hour to vote on election day. If the car breaks down, just call for a ride. Both parties provide free car rides to th...

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

I ' t ♦ * * A 1 t * 1 ,1 v *> A l I-. i i Tuesday, November 6, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 News Briefs Office predicts nearly 6 million voters AUSTIN (AP)—Close to six million Texans will vote for president and a "real squeaker" U.S. Senate race, Secretary of State Myra McDan- iel predicted Monday. "I predict the actual turnout will be between 72 and 75 percent of those registering to vote," Total voter registration in Texas stood Monday at 7,900,167. In the 1980 presidential election, the voter turn- out was 68 percent. Turnout for the 1982 governor's race was only 50 percent. Polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday and the doors close 7 p.m. Those already in line will be allowed to vote after the deadline, McDaniel said. Weather reports from throughout the state called for good weather Tuesday. Group accuses official of intimidation SAN ANTONIO (AP)—The assistant U.S. attor- ney in Brownsville is trying to scare Hispanics away from the polls, an official of the Mexican- American Leg...

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

I . 1 Page 4—The North Texas Daily OUR COLLEGE MAN *Z>yckb faffl Hfo W /1 ffl CAMPUS DAZE flPW 'V, Tuesday, November 6, 1984 By JEF RAY , AM<? 0M Var*\W W ft"1- ■Hiil'lU. 'nlili.t ,f .llljl i ■; 1 " -1 ^ 1 % HA&CCA*vai6*1 rw m Carpool: Avoiding the bus By DAVID HOWARD 5b«£«3^6£A *SUr feUfJC> ™T A 'gSKS^r*). ^—«0 MOJCEM V /O1 11(11' ■' C2EQ® ««*ro , ttfuye«Bc N. By JENNIFER DULIN Daily Reporter Operation Lift, a carpool service cre- ated by NT students in conjunction with the Office of Women and Non-traditional students, provides an option for students who are tired of dealing with the com- muter buses, said office coordinator Sue Witschi. Witschi said, "The service is compa- rable or less expensive than the bus ser- vice and only requires a little extra time at the beginning of the semester." The service is a revision of an older carpool system that was both time-consuming and Practical pedagogy inefficient, she said. The most common excuse that NT commuters gave for no...

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