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

* I* ' } I II * * I I I t 1' p ♦ 1 • * # 4 4 • * 4 • i < 1 ; * « < i ' * V < *i * * Tuesday, November 6, 1984 County official discusses precinct polling places 1 he wait at the polls in Denton County l ues- day will depend on which precinct a voter is in and what time he goes to vote, said Marilyn Robinson, supervisor ol data processing lor the county. Most polling places near NT should have fair- ly short waits, she said. Polling places in other parts of the county will probably have 30-minute waits during peak periods. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Voters need to bring their voter registra- tion cards, Robinson said. Anyone who has reg- istered, but has not yet received a card, should contact the County Clerk's Office at 565-8501. Precincts are listed on voter registration cards. If a person has questions about what precinct he is in. lie should contact the County Clerk's Office. Most NT students who live on campus, or with- in walking distance of camp...

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

Page 6—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 6, 1984 J************************************************************** All this week register to win a Free Trip to Hawaii during our NTSU Homecoming -A* Sweepstakes. Hotel, V j\y ^ Airfare, Transportation «ft' to the Airnort. and $250 s>e to the Airport, and $250 Spending Money are * * * * * * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * * * * * + + + * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * * * + * * * * ♦ * * * * * ♦ Compliments of Burger King® and Pleasant Hawaiian Holidays. RANDOM DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY, NOV. 10, AT HALF-TIME DURING THE NTSU HOMECOMING GAME. YOU MUST BE PRESENT AT THE GAME TO WIN! REGISTER AT BURGER KING, 1627 EAGLE DRIVE Also During Homecoming Week Burger King Offers to NTSU Students with ID ★ FREE 6 FOOT SPIRIT BANNERS PAINTED FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION, SORORITY, OR FRATERNITY. GREAT FOR THE HOMECOMING PEP RALLY OR GAME. 2-4 p.m. at 1627 Eagle Dr. VALID THURS., NOV. 8 ★ FREE BREAKFAST CROISSANWICH WITH THE PURCHAS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1984

I « i ♦ fr. ♦ v -1 '■ A | ' ? ' 1 L • V . / 1 - - ? i -• r J* i; Arts & Bntertainment The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, November 6, 1984 V- \ f v /-==• 't^UW V,U • 5 1 I,■ /'*-" •. ?f| • V_ 1 v*. ?« Photo by BILL DOUTHART WINNING DRUMMERS—The drum line of the NT Society national convention. The drum line won Marching Band practices for the Percussive Arts first place at the convention which was held this Japanese troupe to perform The first American tour of the Nishikawa Dance Troupe of Japan will begin with a performance at 2 and 8 p.m. Wednesday in the University Theater in the Speech Building. The presentation is the third in this semester's Fine Arts Series. The program for the performance includes Kiyomoto's "Ayame," described as a per- sonification of natural objects, and "Omon Tota," a performance based on a Japanese legend of the love between a man, a wom- an and a child. Other dances include: "Tsunayakata," from Japanese "Tales of the Devil," and Intellectual stimul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 6 November 1984

. . .r-itv . ■ ■■ 11^ >Y# ,. - , ■ ■ <*-. - - v.; The North Texas Daily Page 8 Tuesday, November 6, 1984 'Return of the Pit' to raise money, provide excitement By BARBARA GREEN Daily Reporter The "Return of the Pit" will be an evening of sports excitement starting at 5 p.m. Thursday in the Men's Gym. The event is sponsored by the Denton Benefit League and NT to raise money for Denton County charities. The Denton Benefit League is a group of professional women who work at fund- raisers to make money to donate to char- ities. Jim Hobdv, director of fund-raising and promotions for the NT athletic department, said, "We decided to have the league assist us in the fund-raiser because when they do things they do them right." The evening starts with a match be- tween the NT volleyball team and Bay- lor University. A prcgame basketball party will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the north tun- nel of the Coliseum for people who buy tickets. Beer, wine and other refreshments will be served ...

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

I * ¥ ■ • 4 F v i < ■ } fl , The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 7, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 38 American people give Reagan four more years Frtifn staff and wire reports To no one's surprise, President Reagan chalked up a landslide victory over Demo- cratic opponent Walter Mondale Tuesday, winning 309 electoral votes and 32 states as of 10:21 p.m. CST. The president led in nine other states with 114 electoral votes. Mondale won the District of Columbia and his home state, Minnesota. Texas went for Reagan, where he cap- lured 64 percent of the popular vote, as opposed to Mondale's 36 percent. With 2,523 of 6,617 precincts reporting, Reagan led with 1.002,480 votes. Mondale had received 566,147 votes. In Denton County, with 61 percent of the votes counted, Reagan led with 9,017 votes; Mondale had 3,906 and LaRouche, 42. No Democrat has become president in this century without winning Texas. Though Reagan and Mondale had agreed not to clai...

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

m The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, No /ember 7, 1984 Editorials No. 1 and growing NT is the fastest growing university in Texas. That's good because it means the fine programs here in physics, music, business and in a variety of liberal arts are finally getting the statewide recognition they deserve. NT's increase of 1.184 students shows that high school and junior college students are recognizing that factors other than a school's football record need to be consid- ered when choosing a university. However, the increase in enrollment means the students, faculty, staff and administration of NT have greater responsibilities. NT has to change its attitude from that of a small college to that of one of the major universities in the third most populous state in the nation. One of the reasons many students choose to attend NT is because they don't want to attend a giant university like Texas A&M or the University of Texas at Austin. NT must work to continue its atmosphere of fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 November 1984

"% - t > i V a ^ i J * > * /♦ 1 « t Wednesday, November 7, 1984 News Briefs Monitors monitor GOP poll monitors HOUSTON (AP)—A Democratic state senator, who said he suspected that Republicans planned to intimidate voters, posted "big, black and burly" men in mostly black neighborhoods to monitor GOP poll watchers Tuesday. State Sen. Craig Washington said he recruited the men, including nine professional athletes and 300 former prison inmates, in case poll watchers attempted to intimidate voters. George Strake, chairman of Texas' Republican Party, said using ex-convicts at the polls was "inviting violence and terroristic acts." He called Washington's plan a "felons for Mondale" drive. Washington said Republican poll watchers "intimidated" a number of black voters during the 1982 election "We just want to make sure they (the Repub- licans) behave themselves," Washington said. He said he was "very gratified" by the num- ber of football players, ex-felons and "big men who work on t...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Faculty member to lecture about principles of lasers OUR COLLEGE MAN Wednesday, November 7, 1984 By JEF RAY *> y&- Au>-~ ^ tu By AMBER SMITH Daily Reporter Dr. Arthur Smirl of the physics facul- ty will present a lecture titled "Lasers: From Blue Sky Research to Critical Ap- plications" at 7:30 p.m. today in the Uni- versity Union Lyceum as part of the Board of Regent's Faculty Lecture Scries. After the lecture, there will he a recep- tion in the Union's Silver Eagle Suite C. Both events are free and open to the public. FOR ANYONE WHO is interested in lasers, or who has a question about the devices, "this is the place to be," said Dr. Peter Witt, associate vice presi- In the health field, laser surgery is now common, and atmospheric pollution may now be monitored. Dr. Rogers Redding, chairman of the physics department, said, in a recent ReSource Magazine article. He wrote that "our national defense relies increasingly on laser technology for la...

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

' ■* I • 4 i 1 . I I ' I > ' it * I ♦ 4 \ \ \ K \ • K I * I V >y * * « ► ? ; < s ' • I ' t * < r * «y ♦ «V Wednesday, November 7, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 i Photo by JEFF COHEN BALLOON RACES—Balloons fall from the ceiling of the Coliseum at a Monday rally for Republican congressional candidate Richard Armey. More than 5,400 balloons were used at the rally. Fire bells fail to alarm students False alerts cause people to turn deaf ears to warnings Class helps career planning NT offers a course to undergraduate students who want to enhance their careers, said Dr. Lillian Linebarger, class instructor and eduation faculty member. Linebargcr said the course, EDUC 1640. helps students who are majoring in education or who need help in preparing lor a career. She said students have the opportunity to go out in specific fields and meet other professionals instead of going to class. During the semester, students are drilled in such areas as interviewing and writing, she sai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 November 1984

*7" ■ :W'' "' ' ' Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Dally Page 6 Wednesday, November 7, 1984 UPC offers trips, events By ROBYN BAPP Special Writer Ten-cent beer night in the Rock Bottom Lounge. . . $l movies in the Lyceum. . .spring break trips. . .rock climbing expeditions. . .winter ski trips. . .College Bowl. . .Starburst. . .Vince Vance and the Valiants in concert. . .Christmas tree lighting. And the list goes on. . . . Many students are aware of some, or perhaps all, of these campus events, but few are aware of what makes these things happen—or, that they could be a part of it. THE UNIVERSITY UNION'S activity rooms on the fourth floor give a clue. The University Program Council is there and coordinates these and other events. Its main function is to promote unity on campus by encouraging students to get involved and make things happen, said Greg Jones, Denton junior and UPC president. But, it hasn't always been that way. Janet Kennard, UPC's sponsor, was in charge of the...

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

• I (« * « « i * ; 1 J % * - * ■S ft i' ♦ f « > f. < / « ► r « * ' I * < * ■ < | * The North Texas Daily Page 7 Wednesday, November 7, 1984 \\ *"s \ \\ -V V N\N\N\>N\W ^ vvXVv V?\ C -v\ "Ov \ \ N X N •N\\\ -x\ VV sX^VA '\\ ~\\ \ "VV X ■vV \ v X N*. V t4 )^.s.\\N, \\.Nv\V I>..NVX\V\iN ■k is <\\\ v\\> C\- XyN • ' .iSSSM rwHnNWWf A*■"* <*' tl - «■<♦* i Photo by BILL OOUTHART ••/".; ■ './■ ■' . ■ ■ ££& Si- NT against Sam Houston State University Ex-coach recalls Snake Pit By BARBARA GREEN Daily Reporter The eyes were deceiving for visiting teams from the Missouri Valley Conference that played basketball at NT back in the 1960s and '70s. When the Snake Pit (Men's Gym) was packed with fans, the court did not appear to be regulation size because the bleachers were pulled out all the way for games, said Dan Spika, former men's basketball coach. When the ball was thrown in from out of bounds, the players were literally in the laps of the fans. They usually h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 7 November 1984

■ f-', w T Hi A ' Mm —.— Page 8—The North Texas Daily mmfii V:' V''!- " ^"iSST"'■*"?ii!^'?- r'w*'- ::. ?': ';• ■ - ■ f . ''I , ,'S . ' ',. Wednesday, November 7, 1984 wmmi -vm* ., •'t); t Photo by BILL DOUTHART A LITTLE ADVICE—Coach Judy Buckles, right, talks to the women's basket- 3:30 p.m. The Eagles open their season at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 against Okla- ball team during practice in the Super Pit. The women practice from 1:30 to homa City University in the Coliseum. Sub-par showing sinks golf team in Tide tourney Student eyeballs volleyball teams NT, TWU spikers to aid in study of serve focus By BARBARA GREEN Daily Reporter The NT and Texas Woman's Univer- sity volleyball teams are teaming up to help a TWU doctoral student find out more about eye movements during ser- vice reception of a volleyball game. Darlene Kluka, a graduate of Illinois State University, will be using six vol- leyball players from TWU and seven from NT in the research portion of the disser- tation for her docto...

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

I 'M ... n-r *>1 i : i ■ * f ■ x&Pmmw ■ e North Texas Daily Thursday, November 8, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 39 « Meadows convocation honors students in education program ft - W Va . . i V J. Pholo by MICHAEL WETCHENSKY By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer For the NT education majors selected as Mead- ows Scholars, participating in the innovative teach- ing education program can mean spending long hours on the highways between Denton and teaching assign- ments in Garland. It can mean additional hours of study and taking more classes than just those required for other poten- tial teachers. The long hours and the hard work were recog- nized Wednesday afternoon during a Meadows Foun- dation Excellence in Teaching convocation in the Music Building Concert Hall. The convocation honored 31 elementary and sec- ondary education students who form the second class of Meadows scholars enrolled in the pilot teaching program. It is one of only four in the nati...

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

• it:' Li/ 'fen Editorials China's capitalism New spirit is being breathed into the giant known as China, a country that crawled behind a so-called bamboo curtain following the 1949 victory by Communist forces under Mao Tse-Tung, and one worn out by the upheavals of the Cultural Revolution of the 1970s. The curtain of secrecy and mistrust that separated Chi- na and the West was torn apart in the '70s, partly due to that country's admission to the United Nations and the establishment of friendly relations with the United States. But when President Nixon made his historic trip to Chi- na in 1972, few observers would have predicted what is happening there today. China is developing a soft spot for capitalism. Blue jeans are not likely to become the national uniform, at least, not overnight. China's aim is not a VCR for every household nor a shopping center every 10 blocks. Nevertheless, the country is in the midst of economic reforms aimed at revitalizing the sluggish economy and freei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1984

Thursday, November 8, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 i i * A I « News Briefs Society to honor scholars The Texas Eta Chapter of Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholar- ship Society will host its annual banquet at 6:30 p.m. today in the Universi- ty Union Diamond Eagle Suite. The coeducational society is designed to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students, said Dr. Ruby Fournet, society sponsor and home economics faculty member. Fournet said the society will initiate 20 students at the banquet tonight. Each semester, the society initiates junior and senior level students who have good character and a grade average of 3.9 or higher. "Alpha Chi provides its members with an opportunity for continued growth and service. Students have a chance to present scholarly papers for competition at the national convention in the spring," Fournet said. She said 125 NT students are society members. "Students from all colleges and schools on this...

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

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Thursday, November 8, 1984 Officials discuss problems of NT's commuter bus service By JENNIFER DULIN Daily Reporter Curtis McKinney, operations manager for Texas Bus Lines, met with Associate Dean of Students Barbara Jungjohan and Sue Witschi of the Office for Women and Non- traditional Students Friday to discuss the rash of complaints from NT students against the bus service, Witschi said. A LETTER McKINNEY gave to the NT representatives says that five corrective mea- sures have been taken to ensure better ser- vice from the bus line, including a schedule revision to prevent overloading, discussions with the maintenance department to repair faulty equipment, and a meeting with driv- ers to discuss professional conduct. One driver was pulled out of service and a hearing was held in response to a specific complaint, McKinney said, but after pre- senting letters that stated he had not behaved in an unprofessional manner, the driver was returned to service....

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

I* T t * \ y 14 • 1 * % < • 1 * 4 I < i i i ■ 4 , | i I I ( I < < ' * 1 ' I * < * > * . * Thursday, November 8, 1984 Chemists receive grant Division investigates anemia, arthritis OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY By CHRIS BELL Daily Reporter Dr. Robert CJracy, chairman of the divi- sion of biochemistry, is working on a five-year research grant for the study of glycosis, or carbohydrate metabolism. The National Institute of Health award- ed the biochemistry division a five-year research grant for $500,000, including about $73,000 this year, so the division could study genetic factors involved in anemia, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and cataract formation. I HE GRANT IS really a continua- tion of a program that has been funded since 1970. Gracy said. "That project in itself has brought in between I and 2 million dollars. "The project has really evolved into three phases, or sub-projects." He said, "The first deals with a scries of diseases in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1984

' —* *mm*vh-WI / ^ Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, November 8, 1984 NT student learns to 'speak' to deaf Drama major discovers communication through signing photo by jeff cohen Elizabeth Duncan, Houston sophomore, looks at the Montgomery exhibit Art shows religious faith By DAVID BUFLER Daily Reporter Bernice Montgomery, Long view sen- ior. has an exhibit of mixed media works titled "Road Construction" in the University Union Art Gallery through Friday. Montgomery's works are done in Art Review brilliant colors that exhibit different moods and feelings. Montgomery uses acrylic, pastels and graphite in her art. Montgomery's works contain strong religious meanings and undertones. "The title 'Road Construction' means to walk along this road that is being prepared for me in my future by God Himself." Montgomery said. Her works leave the viewer with feelings of hope, inspiration, depres- sion and salvation and convcy differ- ent emotions and feelings at di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1984

( ' \r- ' * • * 4 ft 4 * V * T t f * A Thursday, November 8, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 Courthouse renovation to include restoration of spire Museum visitors touch piece of Denton County history By CHANA VOWELL Daily Reporter Visitors to the Courthouse Historical Museum have an opportunity to actually touch a part of Denton's history. The spire, which has adorned the top of the court- house dome since 18%, has been removed for restora- tion and is on display at the museum, on the second floor of the Courthouse-on-the-Square. CHRISTY LEITH, museum educator, said the spire will be dipped in acid to remove film on its surface, or patina, before it is returned to its place on top the courthouse. "It's so historic," said Peggy Holier, director for the museum. "I'd be really surprised if we didn't have a lot of people come to see it." Hoffer said the dome of the courthouse was inspect- ed for the restoration project and the spire was found to need immediate repair. "They did not kn...

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

mm I ... Sports a® - <"• . •«- . fJ. '■V/y ., • I W/W' 4/''M ;,i}VV >i W | .• -v .>• . ' • ♦ Br f ^9RP '< '* •' - f #• The North Texas Daily Page 8 Thursday, November 8, 1984 mm NT to face Spirit Express i PI§1^ Qtynr PilOlo by BILL DOUTHART The men's basketball team By BARBARA GREEN Daily Reporter During its prime the Snake Pit was named by Sports Illustrated as one of the South's most difficult arenas to play basketball in. The NT athletic department and the Den- ton Benefit League will try to rekindle the spirit of the Pit as the NT men's basketball team takes on the Spirit Express at 7:30 p.m. today in the Men's Gym. The Hagle volleyball team will play Baylor at 5:30 p.m. Students can obtain free tickets with NT IDs at the Information Center on the third floor of the University Union or the Athlet- ic Ticket Office in the athletic department. Tickets are available immediately before the game at the will-call window in the south- west corner of the Men's Gym. Second-y...

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