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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

Friday, November 16, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 • V 1 ,/J T J, I m') News Priefs SA president urges members to act Student Association President Rob Graham urged SA members during a meeting Wednesday night to discover what students' needs are and to work through their committees to get these needs met. "Right now committee work has been pretty lame, to say the least," Graham, Denton senior, said. "We have only had two pieces of legisla- tion come out of committees this semester." He said he appreciated the help SA members gave to Homecoming and to the SA elections that were held Nov. 6-7, but said the association should do more. Jn other business, the SA appointed Priscilla Welch, The Colony graduate student, and Nancy Flesch, Richardson junior, to the Student Service Fee Committee. The Student Service Fee Committee, composed of six students, three administrative officials and one faculty memeber, makes recommendations on how to allocate student service fee money to stu- dent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Friday, November 16, 1984 i -J w.' / W 'Brf _ i I Songleaders teach spirit of songleading After a month of practice and hours of patient planning, the NT Songleaders were able to display the fruits of their labor with 125 dance students in a three- minute halftimc performance at the Home- coming game last Saturday. Julie Davison, co-captain of the song- leaders and The Woodlands junior, said the students' ages ranged from 5 to 35. Participants were selected from four dance studios in Denton. The dancers were divided into groups of 30 with two song- leaders per group, with beginner and advanced levels of dance routines. The dance, which was choreographed by Davison, was done to the song, "Ghost- busters." Davison said the idea for the perfor- mance was Dr. Robert Winslow's and Dennis Fisher's, both of the music faculty. "They thought it up after watching the opening ceremony of the Olympics this summer. That was the effect we wanted to get." Sara Barber, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

J 4 i < * < « ♦ ' i ' t I ! t , < I r ,, 4 J ► ' Friday, November 16, 1984 Eliminate Hooverism! Ex-NRA chief criticizes Republicans, New Deal OUR COLLEGE MAN The North Texas Daily—Page 5 By JEF RAY Insisting upon his right to criticize the New Deal, flaying what he termed pro- paganda directed at him from Washington, and scoring "starry-eyed idealism" in the national administration's governmental policies. General Hugh S. Johnson, for- mer chief of the NRA, addressed a well- filled auditorium of students And towns- people at the College Monday night on the subject. "We Can't Go Back to Hooverism." Describing the Republican party as being "a very massive, populous, and powerful group." he contended that the 9.5 percent in 1934, a loss of 4<) percent. —The Campus Chut, Nov. 7, 1935 Marchers protest war Denton police escorted two cars carry- ing 14 people out of Denton as the North Texas delegation to the Washington "March Against Death" left last Thurs- day night. Oscar Ki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

V- ■ Vrl' s & EoH :*i'- ... The North Texas Daily Page 6 Friday, November 16, 1984 __ Dance artists get ready for tonight's performance By ROB LUNDE Staff Writer The dancers are putting on their leg-warmers as the choreographers put the last-minute touches on their dance pieces for the Fall Faculty Dance Concert, which plays tonight and Saturday. Four faculty members and three graduate assis- tants have prepared nine pieces to be performed dur- ing the dance concert. SANDI COMBEST, dance faculty member, said the experience will provide the audience different styles of dance to watch. For her portion of the concert, Combest said she went to the music library, found the music she want- ed and then closely aligned her movements to the music. "I wanted something that made me move faster— something with lots of contrast and changes," she said. "1 feel there is an earthy elegance to this dance." Leigh Kitchens, another faculty member, said it was like having three choreographers for h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

Friday, November 16, t984 4 I« * i * • , • * * T" ; \ Theatergoers see familiar NT faces in community play By ROB LUNDE Staff Writer "Wonderful lo be Wicked" incorpo- rates many faces familiar to Denton the- atergoers. especially if they have been to Denton Community Theatre or NT productions. Each member of the cast has worked at DCT, three graduated from North Tex- as and one is still studying here. THE MELODRAMA, which plays every Friday and Saturday night in No- vember at the White Elephant Saloon in Fort Worth, was written by Connie Whitt- Lambert. The musical numbers were writ- ten by John Evarts, Denton graduate student. Lambert's husband. Wayne, was the technical director for the division of dance and drama through this past August, so she is well acquainted with NT students. Cast members Jeanncnc Abncy and Den- nis Welch both graduated from NT in the mid-7()s and went on to work at DCT. Other cast members include Hill Blanke, Mclinda Hartung, previously of Chan- nel 25. Bil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

■, ■'< - ' ' • IHRpB The North Texas Daily Page 8 Friday, November 16, 1984 I > NT cagers beat OCU 92-77 Coach praises performance of new team members The memory of last year's 2-25 sea- son faded Wednesday night as the NT women's basketball team opened its sea- son with a 92-77 win over Oklahoma City University before a crowd of 150 in the Coliseum, and coach Judy Nelson said it felt good. "I'm happy. It's exciting. I'm happy not only for the victory, but also for scor- ing that many points. The girls know they can win now." • Nelson has added a full court press and 11 new members to the Eagles With so many new players, Nelson said she didn't know how they would do in a game situation. "You never know until you get them out there. 1 knew the trans- fers were good. They were better than I expected." As for the new full court press. Nel- son said, "We have to press. We're too little not to. Last year I didn't have the people to press, and we didn't have any- body really quick. ...

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

I > Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 9 Friday, November 16, 1984 i 4 + I t t 'l f B ► i, i U (I) GIVE ME A SHOT AT IT... I'll SET IT UP RIGHT. m m m® %5v *i >1 6); WHAT ? anp let it Fall, well back into a ,p CONSERVATIVE Stupor FOR THE. next 50 y£A/« ? 1t/CMPl5/\MC lb ftmrsmiw muxwmiv MsswrrtPfxwM /HBUfONffesKY MflSSflU Hl-iwc SOME WW ONTf/f g/wivwiYre ONIIOAff 0IFICIAI INWlMtfKN K'K sun to lon\C 3KNCW xmw H/\\C RCW6D limn. 4 Outlook A look ahead some ifjouj^is ow foins TorV __ ^"Afe Vou better off naff -than ~ftd We four y<saie tfoi A MAJor Couwrpy will Boycott -t/ie # L u- - ^ LNIN6 r' X fe^oM - p£z> 3S £ r u v i u it \\;4rtf //<=>ampA„. ,4i- PUCK uwet ujfiM ;cwg<k-a.sh*j %*4ftoCucOV "TUt QAquv M AND TiA£ MARkLT fop p60pl6 m/uorim& ' |M AMCjOtfT 1UNKIAM ^/WCUUilRAL ftJlLOSofi-W ^ WIU-_B£ eSFEClALL>/ = ToUGR THIS ^/£AR, fllf) UL The North Texas Daily 68th Year North Texas Slate University Denton, Texas Printed by the North Texas State University Pri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

Forum The North Texas Daily Page 10 Friday, November 16, 1984 Letters Daily negatively stereotypes not-so-bad greek system I have become very concerned in recent weeks with the consistently negative atti- tude that you display toward the greek system on our campus. As a member of a fraternity on this campus, I feel quali- fied to say that your stereotypes of vari- ous fraternity men and sorority ladies are very inaccurate. We greeks arc not an overly sensitive group that can't find the humor in the fun poked at us. nor are we a bunch of undisciplined brats who get all of our money from dad and squander it as quick- ly as we receive it. Our greek system has many positive aspects: Most of our fund raisers benefit various non-profit organizations, we have members in almost every club on campus, we have many campus leaders (including the president of the Student Association) and we are consistently at the top in intramural sports. 1 challenge you to represent us fairly and accurately. A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

k I' I r i * i * • l l 4 \ < I t 4 « f i \ t i * T I > \ ! Friday, November 16, 1984 Letters The North Texas Daily—Page 11 Maybe someday students will get tired of being ignorant 1 really appreciate two of the articles that you put in the Nov. 7 issue. The columns by Stefani Gammage and Tonya McMurray were a wonderful relief to the Wednesday morning gloom. I hope that the students of this campus will soon be educated about the important issues fac- ing this country. I have been really disappointed by the rhetoric that the election campaign has produced. Maybe, someday soon, the stu- dents will get tired of being ignorant and decide to really discover what is occur- ring in the political and social systems. Anyway, 1 hope you continue to write good articles, and your perspectives are appreciated. Please continue writing. Carol Langston Address withheld Get it straight! Since Stefani Gammage asked me a question "What's happened to young peo- ple today?" (Nov. 7 issue), I feel co...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 16 November 1984

mffil Page 12—The North Texas Daily ®f;; i! Friday, November 16, 1984 Program gives students chance to study abroad (•> W-' VI V 4^ *" *v - By DUJUANA TURNER Daily Reporter As part of NT's study abroad program, two stu- dents from the University College of Swansea in Wales, Julie Gibson and Sara Cartwright, are attend- ing school at NT this fall, while two NT students are attending school in Wales. NT's study abroad program is in its fourth year. NT students have participated in international exchang- es with countries such as Switzerland and Great Britain. Paul Hebda, coordinator of the study abroad programs, said a third undergraduate exchange may be made in fall 1985. Not just anyone can enter the programs, Hebda said. To be eligible for the program, a student must have at least a 3.0 grade point average, three letters of recommendation from NT faculty members, write an essay for a special selection committee and have an interview with the committee. Some NT students are expec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

' " 1 "lfl 1 * * 1, i ) ' \ \ The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 20, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 45 TCOM president announces resignation By DEBRA McGUIRE Staff Writer Dr. Ralph Willard, president of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, announced his resignation Friday at a Board of Regents meeting at which regents also discussed TCOM graduates' 20 percent failure rate on a June state licensing exam. Willard said Monday that his decision to resign was not due to the failure of 12 of 65 TCOM graduates to pass the Federal Licens- ing Examination, a standardized test doctors must pass before they can practice medicine in Texas. "I always said an administrator should not serve more than five to eight years, in order to be most effective. I stayed nine years here and i feel it's time to move on," he said. Willard said an improper emphasis has been placed on the results of the June test, in which TCOM had the largest number of failures and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

1 Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 20, 1984 Editorials The Libyan menace ' Killer" Khudafy is up to his same old tricks again. You know who Moamniar Khadafy is. He's the one who finances terrorist organizations the world over, includ- ing the Palestine Liberation Organization. He's the one who encouraged his "diplomats" in London to kill anti- Khadafy demonstrators outside the Libyan embassy. Saturday, the Egyptian government revealed that Khadafy had sent four assassins to Egypt to kill an exiled former Libyan prime minister. Thankfully, Egyptian intelli- gence caught the assassins— two Britons and two Maltese— before they could murder the former prime minister, Abdel- Hamid Bakoush. Egyptian offi- cials said Khadafy had plans to kill political leaders of France, Pakistan, West Germany, Saudi Arabia, India and others. The Egyptians sent the Libyan embassy in Malta a faked picture of Bakoush supposedly lying dead in a pool of blood. Libya took credit for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

Tuesday, November 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 < * I / m / 4 I * 4 I • < I * J I i h • 1 < 1 I 4 h News Briefs Murder hearings continue HOUSTON (AP) A judge refused Monday to close portions of pre- trial testimony in the case of a teen-ager accused of murdering a female letter carrier. However. State District Judge I I). McMaster said lie would wait until a jury has been selected before deciding whether oral statements allegedly taken by police from David Port could be used. Defense attorney Jack Zimmerman objected to McMaster's decision, saying the testimony could be "very, very damaging." Port. 17, is charged in the shooting death of Debora Sue Sehatz, who disappeared June 7 while helping'a co-worker deliver mail in the affluent westside neighborhood where the Port family lives. Police who arrested the teen-ager the following day said he told officers he killed Schatz and then dumped her body in a bayou. The 23-year-old postal worker's body was found June 9 in a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

■MQP?. Page 4—The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 20, 1984 Collection explores aging Media Library offers gerontological films OUR COLLEGE MAN By JEF RAY By JEANETTE SIGLER Daily Reporter NT's gerontological film collection com- prises 280 films thai cover various aspects of aging. George Mitchell, director of the Media Library, said. "NT's gerontological film collection is the largest single collection we know of that deals specifically with aging." The collection was established in 1970 by the Texas Governor's Committee on Aging and the NT Center for Studies in Aging. Most films arc educational and train- ing films that deal with subjects such as management of long-term care facilities, communication with the elderly and men- tal and physical health, he said. "THE ART OF MANAGING" is a film that covers business skills for man- agers of residential homes for elderly people. The film "Aging: The Losses" dem- onstrates ways to help older people adjust to the changes in their bodi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

Tuesday, November 20, 1984 The North Texas Daily—Page 5 ■ 1 * 4 1 > i S • Tl * ' A * 4 * </ ♦ ' * f 1 1 English educator describes life at school for the needy By INGRID WATSON Daily Reporter Although some Knglish public schools now cuter to the wealthy, Christ's Hospital con- tinues to follow the terms of the original foundation: to educate needy children, said Dr. Tim Kirkup. visiting Knglish faculty member. Kirkup presented "Shades of the Prison House: Christ's Hospital and the Knglish Public School" last week, which explored life and traditions at Christ's Hospital. After teaching at the school for seven years, Kirkup became involved in an exchange program that brought him to NT and sent Dr. Don Vann of the Knglish faculty to Sus- sex to take Kirkup's place. Kirkup said. "Originally, other public schools shared the charitable ancestry that Christ's Hospital possesses. They were set up around monasteries. Church authorities wanted to recruit and educate the clever but poor ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

TO j.vfyV' 't : ;'vfl>?';*:'• :' ; J :'■: T V? .S ■ > . . ,.;; 1. - . •• • ■ inment The North Texas Daily Tuesday, November 20, 1984 Page 6 Film depicts Chinese culture in early 1950s By NARTN1TTHA JIRARAYAPONG Daily Reporter "Growing Up," a film sponsored by the Chinese Student Association, will be shown at 8 p.m. today in the University Lyceum in the University Union. There is no admission charge and all students are welcome. "This is the first time that a foreign student asso- ciation has the Lyceum for free," Chang Juan Yuan, president of the Chinese Student Association, said. "If everything goes all right, the association will attempt to have movies released again in the Lyceum. "Chinese movies are not necessarily Kung-fu style. This one is another chapter of Chinese society in Taiwan in the early 1950's." "Growing Up" recieved a Golden Horse Award, the Taiwanese equivalent to an Oscar, last year, and it was acclaimed as one of the best foreign movies in the Cannes Film F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

■ n ' Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, November 20, 1984 ♦ * ! 4 I: ( ¥ \ V' * * 4 " J \ ( 4 ;iV f \v v f* St&fci Volleyball team lands fifth spot in SLC tourney Photo by BILL DOUTHART NT's Gayla Edwards and Barb Green Rec sports opens new weight room The new weight room on the north side of the Men's Gym is open, s.iid Sue Robinson, assistant director of recreation- al sports. Robinson said the weight room is acces- sible to students, faculty and staff. An NT ID is required. Those who use the weight room arc- asked to bring their ow n tow els and wipe down the equipment when finished. Shoes and shirts are required. Hours for the weight room are from noon to 2 p.m. and 4 to X p.m.. Mon- days through Fridays and I to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Robinson said the hours were set by the recreational sports department with approval of the physical education department I he weight room will be closed when the Men's Gym is closed because of athletic and special events. Ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 20 November 1984

SSwC? K1 ■ Page &—The North Texas Daily • " : '• Tuesday, November 20, 1984 *■ Eagles lose to Mavericks 22-0 Saturday J mmmfm iyii ^-ri ai 'jr^-wssi Photo by BILL DOUTHART From left: NT's McManus and Sims and UTA's Robertson, Yarbrough and Enocksen By JOEY RICHARDS Staff Writer The NT football team went into Saturday's game with the UT-Arlington Mavericks hoping they could end the season with a bang but found themselves leaving Mav- erick Stadium with a whimper and a 22-0 loss. "Just a dismal finish to a bad year," NT coach Corky Nelson said. "I was disappointed for our seniors. I wish they could have gone out on a better note. The turnovers just did us in. We moved the ball well, but we couldn't keep the drives going." The Eagles outgaincd the Mavericks in total yards, picking up 370 yards of total offense compared to UTA's 266 yards. However, NT also led UTA in turnovers, fumbling 10 times and losing four of those fumbles. NT threw three interceptions. UTA fumbled four times b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1984

4 , -I i / The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 21, 1984 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 68th Year No. 46 Students voice opinions about early registration By ANGELA PAYNE Staff Writer All spring schedules for students who went through early registration procedures were in the mail by Sunday evening, Joncll Harris, registrar, said Monday. Personnel in the Registrars Office were busy Monday afternoon answering questions from students regarding registration, Harris said. She said she would contact The Daily Tuesday after- noon to discuss what had gone right—and wrong—with early registration. However, Harris did not call and neither she nor Lynn McCreary, assistant registrar, could be reached for comment Tuesday. The Daily conducted an informal sivvey Tuesday afternoon to discover how students thought the new registration system was work- ing. Most students had favorable opinions of the system, although some were bewildered or upset by the computers' caprices. CHRIS PAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 November 1984

Wednesday, November 21, 1984 Editorials A beastly scare The Animal Liberation Front, a militant animal-rights group, is back in the news again. This time it's serious. The group has claimed to have spiked samples of Britain's best-selling candy with rat poison to protest medical experi- ments on monkeys. With this action, the group has proved that it is no more humane than those they accuse of mistreating animals. In fact, the group's action proves they are worse. They may not have actually poisoned candy, but cither way, the situation isn't funny. The ^ act is very serious. Scotland Yard said at least several Mars candy bars con- taining warning notes had been found in stores in five cities. The wrapper of each candy bar was marked with a cross and each contained a warning mes- sage that said, "Read carefully: This is not a joke. This confectionary has been adulterated." So far no one has yet been poisoned by eating one of the bars and no one has died. Not yet. The group did specia...

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