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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1984

* 4 I t 4 Sports The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, November 13, 1984 , or * / W f r I > Eagles scalp Indians 10-3 Moon, Saad lead team in upset; coach praises game By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer NT freshman running back Monty Moon rushed for 132 yards, including the winning 24-yard touchdown run, and Eagle free safety Jay Saad preserved the win with an interception in the end zone to lead the NT football team to a 10-3 Homecoming win over nationally ranked Northeast Louisiana University Saturday at Fouts Field. NT head coach Corky Nelson said, "We finally played together as a team. The defense played hard, and the offense continued to show signs of improvement, but the defense really played a strong game. They didn't get discouraged when the offense had problems; they just made the big play when we needed it." NT needed the big play defensively late in the fourth quarter. With six minutes, 40 seconds left in the game and NT up 10-3, Eagle quarterback Scott Toman's pass was int...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 13 November 1984

Page 6—The North Texas Daily 31 Tuesday, November 13, 1984 I 'y -^T', - W ■ - ' * - ♦"Vtl'm."' " "■ 4 —'J# 4 "*• J1 j;''" f /VT wins finale, loses playoff bid By KEN CURRIN Staff Writer The NT soccer team won another battle but wound up losing the war. On Friday the Eagles won their final regular season game, beating the University of New Mexi- co 2-0. Monday morning, coach Richard Lowe learned that his 11-3-4 team had not received a 1984 playoff invitation. Lowe said, "I'm shocked, stunned. I real- ly can't believe it." Two teams from each of the eight regions in Division 1 soccer, plus seven wild-card teams, are selected by the National Colle- giate Athletic Association's selection com- mittee to be in the playoffs. Southern Methodist University, 10-3-3, and St. Louis University, 10-4-3, were the two teams chosen to represent the Midwest Division. NT was submitted as a possible wild-card representative from the Midwest but was rejected. Lowe said he did not think the Eagles' two l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 14, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 42 4 i r H / i r"'N **<• Mm- y, y v . r i Photo by BILL DOUTHART WHAT A HACKER—Dan Holland, Seattle soph- omore, plays hacky sac in front of the Business Building. Hacky sac is a game played by kicking a leather-covered bean bag. Pledges total $87,875 By DEHRA McGUIRE Staff Writer Gumma Beta Phi collected $6,145 in pledges Mon- day night for the NTSU Phonothon '84, bringing to $87,875 the total amount pledged so far in the university's annual fund drive. The Phonothon is directed to NT alumni. WITH MONDAY night's pledges, the phonothon was $12,875 over its $75,(KM) goal. Last year after 21 nights, the phonothon had collected $88,491 in pledges, pushing it $28,491 over its goal of $60,000. That figure included $4,260 collected the 21st night of the phonothon. Figures were unavailable for Tuesday night, the last night of the 22-day fund drive, which was aimed Lecture to focu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, November 14, 1984 ai Editorials Scouting dioxin Somehow, the U.S. Army's excuse for not sooner notify- ing 32.0(H) Boy Scouts and troop leaders that they had camped near an area contaminated with the toxic herbi- cide dioxin seems a little callous. Lt. Col. Miguel Monteverde said the Army waited two years to tell Boy Scout officials until the Army received lab results that detailed the exact levels of dioxin contami- nation at Fort A.P. Hill in north central Virginia. The Boy Scouts gathered at the site in 1981 for a nation- al jamboree, and they intend to gather at the same site in 1985 for another jamboree. Army officials say preliminary tests show that the carci- nogenic chemical posed no health threat to the Boy Scouts because they did not camp close enough to the contami- nated area. But other health officals say that some Boy Scouts were within 30 feet of the contaminated site and that some Scouts may have been exposed to the chemical. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

Wednesday, November 14, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 y I i News Briefs 5/4 to appoint students to committee Four students are scheduled to be appointed to the Student Service Fee Committee at the Stu- dent Association meeting tonight. Rob Graham, SA president, will make the appointments during the 6:30 p.m. meeting, which will be in University Union 41 I. Graham, committee chairman and Denton senior, said six students will serve 011 the service fee committee. "One has to be a graduate student and one has to be a minority student," he said. "Two other students are appointed at my dis- cretion." The Student Service Fee Committee makes rec- ommendations to NT President Al Hurley and the Board of Regents on how to allocate student ser- vice fees, he said. Once the recommendations arc made, they are sent to the dean of students, Hurley and the Board of Regents for approval. Changes can be made in the recommendations after they leave the com- mittee. In other business, SA Vice Presid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

■ f j I Page 4—The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 14, 1984 Violence goes unreported Victims of family crime rarely prosecute OUR COLLEGE MAN 6vfoe> T3n* "•ffcTe-turMwcJ By JEF RAY By LAURA DOWLEARN Daily Reporter After hearing about the success of a Bexar County agency in dealing with the problems of child abuse and wife beating, the Denton County League of Women Voters asked the director of the Bexar program to speak at a public forum on family violence. Linda Brock, the program's organizer, asked Sam Milliap, district attorney of Bexar County, to talk about his agency. She said that she hoped his presentation would help lead to establishing a similar organization in Denton County. MILLSAP SAID after he was appoint- ed Bexar County district attorney in 1983, members of the community urged him to do something about the need to pro- tect families in violent situations. Miilsap then asked several experts on family violence to research the problem in Bexar County. They sugges...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

Wednesday, November 14, 1984 • f ♦ V U 1 !' « | 4 -! V < • • ♦ • I . . 1 V I 9 < 1 *« n * t 4 • " V T f I f . i fn/UMoouajr, iwvcuiutJl I <4, Itfol Denton board adopts plans to resolve program conflict Rv F.DWIN NFWTnW /- u -II ...;j *1 r: f_. u:_ „n r. By EDWIN NEWTON Special Writer The Denton Parks and Recreation Board adopted a five-point memorandum address- ing the conflict between the after-school pro- grams of private Denton day-care centers and the Denton Parks and Recreation Depart- ment, said Mike Campbell, chairman of the board. Campbell said, "Steve Brinkman (director of Parks and Recreation) and 1 talked about conditions for the recreation program, and we have come up with five points to go by." The conflict started when the parks and recreation department decided to expand its after-school program this fall. Private day-care owners claimed the rec- reation department's increased enrollment and open hours hurt their business because it was serving as a day-care ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

Sil ' Wv "' MM . s & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 6 Wednesday, November 14, 1984 ■ Radio show tells public Think About It' By LISA THOMPSON Daily Reporter "Think About It," a radio show sponsored by the Institute of Applied Sciences, is intended to help bridge the gap between the scientific community and the general public, said Bonnie Yates, the show's creator. The show can be heard at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays on KNTU-FM. It is produced by Cathi McDonald. El Paso senior. Yates, a research associate at the Institute of Applied Sciences, said part of the purpose of the Institute is to educate the public about scientific research. The show is one way of doing this, she said. The show deals primarily with natural history themes and current research, Yates said. "I have done shows on water conservation, the migration habits of bobolinks and the plight of krill in the Antarctic. Krill are tiny shrimp that almost all ocean life feed on and they are...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

Wednesday, November 14, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 7 11 it . 4 t t r • r ■ l' \ .1 k V ♦ 4 i r i * •I I , H ■ '• l<- I i' I \ t ,v ,U , > • . • i < Ex-student makes January debut Alumnus to perform in New York show NT graduate William Blaine will make his New York concert debut at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center this January. Bluinc, a concert pianist who studied under Larry Walz of the music faculty, said he has been giving concerts since his gradua- tion in 1981 and has made his way through Europe and across the United States. "1 AM LOOKING forward to returning to New York." Blaine said. " There's always a certain anticipation that's very good. It gives you a certain excitement." Blaine is well acquainted with New York. He performed two solo concerts at Tully Hall when he was a student at Juilliard. "1 played there as a student. Now it is different. It was not a professional debut then," he said. "I am really thrilled about going back." Blaine, who has been on a t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 14 November 1984

fffev, ■>' BtSW V ' I E V, 5 : ; : '■ i! ■ f*i ji',. if' v': The North Texas Daily Page 8 Wednesday, November 14, 1984 Where's that old pit spirit? Fan laments loss of obnoxious sports enthusiasts By PEPPER HASTINGS Special Writer Whatever happened to the real basket- ball fan at NT? I'm talking about the rabid, out-of- control, slobbering ranting, raving type of person who brings out the the worst in opposing teams. From what I've heard, we used to have quite a few of those Sportscope around here when the men's basketball team played in the old Men's Gymnasium, otherwise known as The Snake Pit. However, progress seems to have a way of diminishing traditions. NT opened up the multimillion dollar Coliseum in 1973. Last Thursday's NT-Spirit Express game played in The Pit was good for NT basketball. There were actually some signs of enthusiasm in that place. Now if the athletic department would only take the idea and run with it, scheduling a couple of games a season there, they mig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

t }/ ( i ' V . I * ■ U i 4 ■ V < The North Texas Daily Thursday, November 15, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 43 Military regimes change face of African politics By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer One of the most significant features of Afri- can politics since I960 has been the involve- ment of military regimes. Dr. C. Neal Tate, chairman of the political science department, said Wednesday. Tate's discussion of the evolution of mili- tary regimes was part of a three-day series of events sponsored by the Committee of Afri- can Students in order to call attention to fam- ine threatening much of Central Africa. THREE RESEARCHERS who have stud- ied the progression of African governments between I960, when many of those govern- ments received their independence, and 1982, when the study ended, said the study o, Afri- can politics is quickly being reduced to the study of military intervention. "That is characteristic, not just of Africa," Tate said. "The Thir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

Jm*y* _ — The North Texas Daily V/ Page 2 Thursday, November 15, 1984 Editorials A woman's place -THe k*iMTExA> I 10184© Denton county voters made history last week. By re-electing a woman county commissioner and elect- ing another woman to fill a spot being vacated by a man, Denton voters created the first county commissioners court in Texas with more women on it than men. A third female county commissioner is currently on the court and was not up for re-election this year. This election seems to have proven that voters have fi- nally realized that a person's gender has nothing to do with his or her capability to provide effective leadership and intelligent management in government. County-level politicians certainly do not hold the most important elective offices, but they do have a great impact on the day-to-day lives of the residents of their county. Also, local offices such as city council, school board and county commissioners court are often steppingstones to state or nati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

Thursday, November 15, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 ,1 i <\\ < ) .t \ 'V/ / / V < .i V ( h News Briefs RHA to award $50 in logo contest The Residence Hall Association decided Mon- day to award a $50 prize to the winner of a con- test to design a new logo for the RHA, said Mclynda Nanney, RHA president and DeSoto sophomore. The deadline for submitting entries is 5 p.m. Nov. 26. They should be submitted to the RHA Office, Crumley Hall 110. The winner will be announced at the Silver Christmas Ball on Nov. 30, Nanney said. The nine hall presidents, the RHA Executive Board and two housing staff members will judge the contest. Nanney said judges may enter the contest. She said the idea of a new logo came up when Sam Holmes, former RHA president and Bridge- port junior, suggested the idea. Holmes said, "Under my administration (here came a time for a change. It is a new RHA from what it was. We have a new constitiution with a new structure. We should have a new logo." Nanney ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Christian groups encourage awareness of world hunger By BRETT PACKER Daily Reporter Several Christian campus organizations are involved in activities this week as part of National Hunger Week. The organizations include: the Methodist campus ministry in conjunction with the Lutheran, Episcopal and Catholic campus ministries; lntervarsity Christian Fellowship; and the African Christian Fellowship. John Thornton, Methodist campus minister, said the purpose of the ecumenical group is to increase people's awareness of world hunger. Thornton said, "We got several minis- tries to work together on a table in the (University) Union that will contain infor- mation on world hunger." The tables will be set up from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. today in the Union. TODAY IS A national day of thought and fasting, Thornton said. "We are asking students to fast today and contribute the money they save to Ox- fam," he said. Oxfam is an independent world hunger organization with headqu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

TiAff V Thursday, November 15, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 I {r ii I j X f, 7 1 ♦ ;s i 1 i ( * \ V t) Health Center offers care Staff treats students for physical, emotional ailments OUR COLLEGE MAN By JEF RAY By ROY MILLER Special Writer The Student Health Center, on the cor- ner of Chestnut and Avenue C. provides basic medical care as well as counseling. All services, except counseling, are pro- vided without making an appointment. Dr. John Kmetz, clinic director, said. "We treat those who come in on a first- come. first-served basis." The outpatient examination process begins by going to the front desk and checking in to the clinic. In order to check in, a student must have a current NT ID or some sort of personal identification card. The next step is simply waiting to be examined. The third step is the actu- al examination. Kmetz said he believes the process is adequate but the wait to be examined by a doctor or physician's assistant has become a problem. "ONE OF OUR bigge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

m, . v'r VIPPPII The North Texas Daily Page 6 Thursday, November HEM 984 "i; ^ Dance concert features memorable numbers Photo by RUSTY HALL A dancer performs in the Fall Dance Concert It's the fashion Try not to be too far out' By CHANA VOWELL Daily Reporter What was the successful fashion designer's advice to potential designers? "Try not to be too far out. but don't be afraid to bring in something new." Fitly Lcitersdorf, a 78-year-old Israeli designer most known for her classic Desert Coat, spoke to an audi- ence of 60 at NT Tuesday. Leitersdorf showed slides of her creations, which ranged from her Desert Coat to a replica of a gown which was worn in Israel more than 3,000 years ago. Leitersdorf said she does not lack new ideas to incor- porate into her fashions. "There is not a day that goes by without new things poping into my head, and mv students help mc to use them," she said. Her creations tend to reflect her interest in nature with natural fibers and colors. "In mv first '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

V i r < \ < \ i f - S V- U <> < j Sports A/7 spikers lose season finale 3-2 By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT volleyball team lost its final regular sea- son match, a five-game, two-hour and 45-minute non- conference marathon, to Hardin-Simmons University 9-15, 15-13, 15-11, 16-18, 15-12, Wednesday in the Men's Gym. The loss drops N T's final season record to 5-19, and Hardin-Simmons' record increases to 20-14. Although the Eagles lost, NT volleyball coach Vicky NT Volleyball Guy was pleased with the team's play. "This match will help us going into the (Southland Conference) tournament. It's a loss—that will have some nega- tive effect on them, but we need to use it to our advantage," Guy said. "We didn't play well in the second and third games. We weren't aggressive, and we weren't ready to put them away. If we could have put a little more into it, then we could have won. However, I couldn't have asked for more in the last two games. We were down 7-11 in the third...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 15 November 1984

Page 8—The North Texas Daily ,, AAA*. ! a ^'iW * - Ml Thursday, November 15, 1984 - •■ M M H ■-1(: * -■]?' . ■■ $.*''■ . ' '*X J .V. #i< '-i'- Photo By BILL DOUTHART GOAL LINE STAND The Bushmen defend the action. The Bushmen were defeated 3-0. Games goal against TU-TH 12:30 in intramural soccer are played every afternoon. Instructor's text outlines mental aspect of sports By SCOTT HUDDLESTON Daily Reporter Dr. Robert Weinberg of the physical edu- cation faculty discusses mental aspects of athletic competition in his book, "Psycho- logical Foundations of Sport." Weinberg and Dr. John Silva of the physi- cal education faculty at the University of North Carolina worked together on a three- year project that resulted in the textbook. Weinberg said his book, published this year, deals with sports psychology in a pro- fessional manner. "IT'S NOT A layman's book," Wein- berg said. "It's for people who are serious about learning sports psychology. It covers motivation, anxiety, children ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

: s: North Texas Daily '! Friday, November 16, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 44 I Pholo by RUSTY HALL BLINDED BY THE LIGHT—A dancer performs during the Saturday in the University Theater in the Speech Building. Fall Faculty Dance Concert, The concert continues through Showtime is 8:15 p.m. For tickets, call 565-2428 Political scientist speaks about Soviet way of life County closes gender gap Women commissioners outnumber men By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer Although Americans tend to compare the Soviet Union to the United States, usually unfavorably, the U.S.S R. has many aspects of a developing nation. Dr. Milan Reban of the political science facul- ty said Thursday. Reban discussed modern Soviet soci- ety in a 12:30 p.m. talk in the Universi- ty Union Rock Bottom Lounge. His ap- pearance was part of the Lunchtime Lec- ture Series, sponsored by the lecture/Fine Arts Committee of the University Pro- gram Council. A native of Czechoslovakia, Reban is a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

Page 2—The North Texas Daily Friday, November 16, 1984 Group encourages natural experiences By EDWIN NEWTON Special Writer The Wilderness Awareness and Adventure Club was formed to give people a chance to experience and develop an appreciation for the nature, said Scot Thompson, leader of the group. Thompson said, "WAAC is (set up) basi- cally to give people the experience they may not get otherwise." THOMPSON SAID the program, which holds meetings at Denia Recreation Center in Denton, was founded by an outdoorsman named Chris England two years ago. "Chris had a lot of experience in the outdoors and saw a lot of need to develop an outdoor program. "Basically I've revived it again and got it going. I'm sort of the driving force." The club has two main goals, he said. "We want to bring together people who are inter- ested in the outdoors. "Also, we want to build up an environmen- tal awareness in people." Thompson said awareness of the environ- ment is an inevitable need. "Every singl...

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