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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

X •< I I I 1 The North Texas Daily Friday, November 9, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 40 Todny'i issue of The Diily contain* i special Home- coming supplement. • Page 9—Cartoonist Richard Calooy maps the campus; • Page 10—NT President Al Hurley welcomes students and alumni back to campus; • Page 12—Research becomes big business at NT; • Page 14—Homecoming weekend activities kick oft' today Nicaragua denies receiving Soviet MiGs By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer A Nicaraguan embassy spokeswoman in Washington said Thursday that her gov- ernment has not imported Soviet-built MiG-21 jet fighter planes, as charged Tuesday by the Reagan administration, and has no plans to acquire them. Sarali Porta, an embassy press officer, read a three-paragraph prepared statement saying the United States is "once again making false claims through unidentified intelligence sources." THE STATEMENT said. "The U.S. government is also considering a surprise ,. ftack on our ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

!#' w '■ '^8 :■" •: "ftel!p r ; . . ^ " • m'c « ———— "' ■'■■';•■ '.v::,.>':.:'v' : . The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, November 9, 1984 Editorials It doesn't add up The 1984 elections proved that Denton County has problems. Not with the people who were elected; they ran basically clean campaigns and both the winners and the losers accepted the voters' decisions with grace. Well, at least they accepted with as much grace as can be mustered at 5:30 a.m. That's when employees at the County Clerk's Office finally finished tabulating Denton County votes. It's incredible that in a county this size, in this age of ballot-counting computers, that the clerk's office should not have the votes counted until nearly 12 hours after the polls closed. They should be ashamed. Most counties with paper ballots were finished before then. The problem is not new. but with the increase of popu- lation in the county it's become more critical. Denton County was the last county in Texas to turn in elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

Forum The North Texas Daily Page 3 Friday, November 9, 1984 i 1 ii\ > A <• Sue Witschi J Students should no longer be taken for a ride Last Friday I received a letter, along with a visit from Curtis MeKinney of Texas Bus Lines. Because of this letter and the meet- ing with MeKinney and Associate Dean of Students Barbara Jungjohan, 1 am encour- aged that Texas Bus Lines will try to reme- dy most of the complaints regarding its service for NT students. In this meeting, it became very clear that there is some information regarding past and future changes being made at TBL thai has not been communicated to the riders. We suggested to MeKinney the ideas of distributing this printed information or writ- ing a letter to the Daily editor as ways to improve communication. MeKinney was agreeable to these suggestions. One of the complaints most often voiced to me has been that buses arrive at their pick-up points late, causing students to be late for class. TBL has revised its sched- ule...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

u • - v.- Page 4—The North Texas Daily OUR COLLEGE MAN 1 warn Friday, November 9, 1984 By JEF RAY I ill I § s I iflftoVvc/^6 itie&e fa, Au /vfrr % ff Suez crisis confuses leaders Faculty member analyzes effect on world affairs CAMPUS DAZE By DAVID HOWARD UJMLe contemplating cHnpizz nn of rue ecLLc.c>e?AT e.e. P*l/TC> C&)SH£*. our fir rue De/iwAJc. iuur> CM utemtJ maybe i ' Meeting to focus on African problems Hunger, drought and other problems facing the African continent will he dis- cussed by the Committee of African Stu- dents at noon Monday in the University Union Rock Bottom Uounge. The theme of the conference is "Your Penny Can Save a Dying Mother and Child." fchi Agboayc. Nigerian graduate stu- dent and group member, said. "We want to generate awareness of problems, par ticularly the hunger situation in drought- striken countries of Africa and tell in- terested people how to help and who to contact." The committee will host a press con- ference in the RBU Mon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

f s & Entertainment Hie North Texas Daily Page 6 Friday, November 9, 1984 Dying prince falls for fruits in 'Love for Three Oranges' Goofy production satirizes complicated opera plots J Photo by BILL DOUTHART The NT Opera Theater performs "The Love For Three Oranges" By MARCHENE HUDSON Daily Reporter The NT Opera Theater and the NT Opera Orchestra will present Sergei Prokofiev's "The Love For Three Oranges" at 8 p.m. today, Sunday and Wednesday in the Main Auditorium. The opera has a complicated plot and is a satire on opera itself. "This is one of the funniest pieces ever written," said Dr. Dennis Wakeling, direc- tor of opera. "The plot is on purpose very goofy." It is complicated because it is spoofing complicated opera plots, Wakeling said. THE ACTION in the opera centers around a prince who is dying of hypochon- dria. Doctors are powerless to save the prince and evil relatives plot to prevent the prince's recovery in hopes of inheriting the throne. When the prince recovers, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

I * '1* 1 ♦ If ' V « « ♦ ' if ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 ♦ * t ' i \ > I t Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Friday, November 9, 1984 Kickers defeat Huskies 2-1 Houston coach says Eagles played superior game By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer When Luiz Abrue headed the hall into the left corner of the Houston Baptist Uni- versity net, it ended what could easily be called the longest soccer game in NT history. The game began Oct. 23 and ended Wednesday evening under cloudy Houston skies with NT winning 2-1. Confused? Don't be. The first 61 min- utes, 20 seconds were played Oct. 23, and with HBU leading l-O the game had to be stopped because of rain and lightning. With NT and HBU both vying for a post- season playoff bid and after weeks of deliberation, the two teams decided to play the remaining 28:40 of the game. NT's overtime victory ended a four- year, 36-home game winning streak for the Huskies. HBU coach David Swonkce said, "That's the best soccer team I've ever seen play on this field. We've played ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

- Page 8—The North Texas Daily T'.* 1 •.'■> !'. ■ ———- . E ■■ . T / ,v'-/ • ,^r,■ T- ■ Friday, November 9, 1984 w m m iSrwiBi ImrW: jr _ * • h wt ■Wmm, wmwmm Wmmm d ' v' Jg«fV; PHI , n'<ZL Illustrated: Chino trousers/Oxford cloth button-down shirt-Shetland sweater Menswear in the spirited tradition of Chaps by Ralph Lauren 4 I V . i ■r i < .

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

The North Texas Daily Qnanial Unmornminn Qi innbmont ^ Friday, November 9, 1984 Special Homecoming Supplement North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 40 ! V i i Y t i t jwsm."® poop... 1UQB1Bb\Tu| "TSU goif cc^m L Sheraton Awp-IME A"** I to O^., ?Sw* <=<* BttUQBlfl MEM'J BLPO ewr r —- «* M in r — -meat's NOTUINC, LMC£ 6NUG6UM4 Ofv WITH A OOoP Book A---TO6 library wfcll. A1.W05T KlonllNO £ktw£5 MAW A SAVAGE BfcAyr HAS BEEN SooTWSP Br AN N.T. MUSI£JA*I ^p^rfiooo |iK qqqOQQO You CAh Gcf Pl«£Cno«jj □ DO 00a lots of nice IMPORTANT /T?_ \ pfbClf WORK IN \j7A7 \,TWE AOMIN COOto WOOTEN HAU- HtVroftlkNS, flxit'cjos a>tp THt UKE.OFF'te n AHC l£ClU<*«™B ^OOTEN A«E> atmuiviuwm . inSIOCTME & Sfc , jhighland % HALL THE FOLKS INTHI4 BLPO. AIL0USIWE5<; puHt AFW^SAL rantfc DUD0 & OQO 0 rC tas-v * qOB PUMO« mas n ^at much of "czAiQ^ g a £ 2f US YES, IT'S THAT TIME OF Year AOtou ... time -to Welcome All the happy Home comers Back to -the camPi/s of ANP over ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

■ ■•SR. i :ig*3£3fl£T5xr u1 wibikmiW' #w rum The North Texas Daily Page 10 Friday, November 9, 1984 A1 Hurley / Welcome back! You may not recognize us To all alumni returning for the 1984 Home- coming: Welcome back! Whether you recently graduated or were a student a half-century ago, each of you is among NT's finest ac- complishments. All of you are responsible, con- cerned professionals and citizens who are leaders in your chosen fields and are actively involved in the affairs of commun- ities at the local through the national levels. An effective university must be constantly updating itself if it is to fulfill its responsibilities to its students and to the society it serves. For this reason, even those alumni who were students here within the past few years will find that the NT of today is in many ways different from the NT they remember. One change that will be apparent immedi- ately to our alumni is the dramatic increase in the size of the student body. When I came to NT, 17,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

Friday, November 9, 1984 The North Texas Daily Homecoming Supplement—Page 11 Fraternity uses fire engines to express ideals Trucks represent willingness to help People who pass by (he Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house on Hickory Street often notice the fire truck in the front yard, but few know why it is there. Jerry Liebbe. Denton junior and the fraternity's treasurer, said the fire truck is a symbol of the national fraternity's ideals of helping others. "The history goes back to the mid 1950s when members of the Gamma Nu chapter at the University of New Hamp- shire bought an old fire truck because they thought it illustrated the fraternity's idea of coming to the aid of someone who needs help. It caught on with other chapters and within a couple of years, all of the chapters were buying trucks," Liebbe said. In 1969, the NT chapter bought a 1929 fire truck similar to the one the Gamma Nu chapter had. "The brothers located the truck in South Dakota and had it shipped to Okla- homa Ci...

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

Page 12—The North Texas Daily Homecoming Supplement Friday, November 9, 1984 esearch: Becoming big business at NT Science Research Building, magazine, grants show importance of studies By ROBERT SHELTON Special Writer On a wet day w ith subfreezing temperatures in early February 1983. NT President Al Hur- ley and several members of the Board of Regents dug shovels into two large, dirt-filled flower pots on the first floor of the Adminis- tration Building. It wasn't much in the way of a traditional ground-breaking ceremony. but for NT research programs it was evidence enough of NT's com- mitment to research. In September, one year and six months later, the first edition of Resource, a magazine devot- ed entirely to research conducted by NT facul- ty members, was published by the Research and Academic Grants Office and Public Affairs and Information Services Office. As both events illustrate, research is becom- ing big business at NT. In 1983-84. NT research projects received $3,557,0...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

\} I f t I V 1 % K 4 f{ t J I « * • i * / h " • 1 ' i Friday, November 9, 1984 The North Texas Daily Homecoming Supplement—Page 13 Rains delay construction, workers continue projects The recent period ot heavy rains delayed construc- tion and renovation ol buildings at NT. hut construc- tion has resumed, said Ray Mcl arlane. director of facilities planning and construction. Construction is continuing on the Central Heating and Cooling Plant, the Science Research Building, the University Services Building, Terrill Hall and the Sheraton North Iexas Hotel and Conference Center. Installing ramps, elevators for the handicapped and renovating Smith Hall are projects still scheduled to be completed. Smith Hall will be the new home of KNTU 88-FM. McFarlane said contractors are working on prob- lems in the Central Heating and Cooling Plant. The system should be ready for use in the near future. Expansion of the plant, east of the General Academ- ic Building, started in June I983. CONTRACTORS...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

1 v' Page 14—The North Texas Daily Homecoming Supplement Friday, November 9, 1984 ■ ' ■ Retired postmaster gives it the old college try i iii ii _ _ «. . -ii i: k\f lhi> rf*i Ps"-' phg EPJ • 'i i f /C V M $ Photo by MICHAEL WETCHENSKY Skinner works at a computer terminal Homecoming committees plan activities for special weekend The theme of this year's Homecoming celebration is "It's Good To Be Home." Homecoming co-chairmen are Drs. John and 1 mo- gene Dickey Mohat. To obtain information about Homecoming events not listed below, contact the Advancement Center at 565-2900. Today 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Registration. Advancement Center 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Registration, University Union Information Cen- ter. third floor. 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Pro-Am Golf Tournament, NT Golf Course 10:30-11:30 a.m. Golden Eagles Reunion/Reception, Union Golden Eagle Suite 11:30 a.m.-I p.m. Golden Eagles Reunion/Lunclicon, Union Silver Eagle Suite 1 p.m. NT Ex-Marine Association Reunion, Ramada Inn 111 1-5 p.m. Funfest, Un...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

4 i 14 1* < r u I 4 1 * * ■ • ' I' jf® v Lfi l I si ■ i T 4 | V 4 I 4 I < i f, ' I « I' ► I Friday, November 9, 1984 The North Texas Daily Homecoming Supplement—Page 15 A passing look at Homecoming games from history It's been that certain kind of year lor the North Texas State Mean Green this season. The unexpected can be expected at any given moment and for a team that has completely reversed its motion from last year, it would seem natural that the smallest man on the team would be com- ing up with the biggest plays. But time and again, little David Kervin. nicknamed "Shrimp" by his teammates, has proved why he has been instrumental in the complete turnaround the Eagle foot- ball program has taken. And Saturday afternoon, before 16,200 victory-hungry Homecoming fans, Kervin continued his heroics, catching three touchdown passes in the Mean Green's 31-21 blasting of the Wichita State University Shockers. Kervin, 5-7, 171, spending time at both his regular flanker position an...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1984

' TfiWMM •S , November 9, 16—The Texas Homecoming Supplement NT dorm life changes as university grows By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer NT's housing staff is concerned about electrical safety. A handbook warns residents that certain appliances, such as electric skillets and toaster ovens, are prohibited in rooms. In 1909, however, the administration at North Texas State Normal College was more concerned about another kind of electricity. So a male student learned when he was called in to face the ire of W. H. Bruce, the college's president. Dr. James Rogers, in his book "The Story of North Texas," said the president took notes and labeled the escapade "The Case of C ." Rogers is acting chairman of the journalism department. "He says that during last session he took liberties with 1 , on porch at Mr. Gant's. He tried to kiss her and put his arm around her—she resisted, but still allowed his attentions afterwards. "SAYS THAT during the present session he kissed N when calling on her at he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1984

The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 13, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 41 V *: s, «. f I \ • I ♦ T_ % « l< ■ i V ... ijs&H f i * T1K3P3 * • ' / fc • J «,V * ^ ""S (IPHMHHMRinMHnaBi — ■'• ■■ m * - >■#. J, Photo by MICHAEL WETCHENSKY GRAND RECEPTION—NT's Jay Saad intercepts ter. The Eagles defeated the Indians 10-3 Satur- a Northeast Louisiana pass during the fourth quar- day at Fouts Field. Passage of Proposition 2 provides funding source By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer The passage of Proposition 2 will help NT deal more effectively with the challenges posed by the university's high rate of growth, President A1 Hurley said. Hie amendment to the Texas Constitution, which was passed with 67 percent of the vote during the general elections last Tues- day, provides a source of permanent fund- ing for state universities not receiving mon- ey from the Permanent University Fund. The universities will begin receiving the money Sept. I, 1985. NT's en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1984

BHI®? Or ** •>*& << mment Editorials ' The North Texas Daily '• - p.v fj? -v 112 ipw lifSFJi 1 vi Page 2 Tuesday, November 13, 1984 A Building tradition One thing is conspicuously missing from President A1 Hurley's Centennial Agenda: Who will plant the ivy? Hurley, in his far-reaching agenda, is trying to make NT a first-class institution. If he reaches his goals, all that will be missing is the ivy on the walls. The Centennial Agenda states the goals the university hopes to achieve from the years 1984 to 1990, which is NT's 100th anniversary. The overall goal is an institution whose academic excellence is acknowledged nationally and statewide, whose students are academically better- endowed. whose faculty members are distinguished in research and teaching, whose staff and physical plant are capable of meeting needs and growing to meet needs, whose alumni are rallied to supply money and time and whose "sense of community allows it to move forward with a spirit of unity ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1984

■■ 'V ' '1 i ■ ' Tuesday, November 13, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 < < I - r 1 1 1I / «i * ■ < r\\ i: i News Briefs Sniper opens fire on college campus EUGENE, Ore. (AP)—A sniper armed with a high-powered rifle and a shotgun killed one per- son and wounded another Monday at the Univer- sity of Oregon before killing himself inside Autzen Stadium, police said. The sniper, dressed in combat fatigues, was found dead from self-inflicted gunshot wounds shortly after nixin, said police Sgt. Tim McCarthy. About half an hour earlier, a man had been found shot to death on a bicycle path southeast of the stadium, police and ambulance attendants said. Nothing further was known about the victim. Eugene Police Department spokesman Eric Melgren said the sniper was armed with a semi- automatic rifle with a scopc and a shotgun and had darkened his face. Police described him as in his early 20s and about 5 feet 6 inches tall. George Beres, University of Oregon news bureau employee, sai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1984

|jK: ^ '•"l';p'-i ': ■• P'" ^^aaaiMpirii iii,riiftn><*ai^t | Arts & The North Texas Daily Page 4 Tuesday, November 13, 1984 Students, faculty members to participate in dance concert By ROB LUNDE Staff Writer Students and faculty will dance the night away in the Faculty Dance Con- cert at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in the Speech Building's University Theater. The concert, which continues through Saturday, includes nine dances, each rang- ing from eight to 12 minutes in length, said Sandi Combcst of the dance faculty. "It is an opportunity for the students to work under somebody who has worked professionally," she said. The concert is performed in conjunc- tion with the division of dance and drama's theater season. Four faculty members and three graduate assistants are choreograph- ing the nine dances that include approxi- mately thirty students. Combest said the merger of dance and drama has been a great asset to the concert. In the past, the dancers have rehearsed on the stage two...

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