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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1977

<* * Parking Headaches Stay Uncured EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last of a four-part series examining the perennial parking problem on campus and the plans for expanded lots and public transportation proposed in hopes of alleviating the difficulties. The last segment, outlining university administration and city answers to why no solu- tion has been reached, despite once-praised parking and transit plans, was written by Michael Cinelli, Daily reporter, and John Marchese, Daily staff writer. University officials are only too aware of the problem, city officials have put it out of their minds, but long-range solutions to parking problems and transit needs for the NT community will come slowly, if they come at all. The university is running a treadmill race to solve parking problems. They know which direction they are headed in, but never seem to reach a destination. Lot and on-street parking spaces increase and, in turn, drivers looking for spots multiply to continue the lopsided pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1977

PAGE 2—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Female Athletics Dominate Scene In Futuristic Sports Competition What would be happening on the NT sports scene, if someone were able to look into the future? What will be the role of women in sports 100 years from now? Will sports as they are known today still exist? Rob Hester A student in the year 2077 will be faced with many of the same problems that face NT students today. In 100 years the parking problem will be worse, most buildings on campus will be old and in need of repair, academic standards will be changing and housing for NT students will be less than adequate. Despite those similarities, a student of today might be amazed at the changes in the sports world. If par- ticipation in women's sports keeps growing as fast as it has in the last decade and continues to gain support, then women might even dominate the sports world as men have in the past. IT MIGHT BE shocking for a student of today, es- pecially a male student, to see a sports page f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1977

Friday, September 30, 1977 •v \ THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 Is' Id fcct I *06 |ES « Graduate Art Student Displays Lithographs, Collages Monday Streetcar Named Desire Photo by JON WHITSELL A scene from "Streetcar Named Desire" shows Mike Loggins, Prosper junior, and Martha Howland, Washington, D.C. freshman, rehearsing their roles as Stanley and Stella Kowalski. The play, directed by Dr. Ralph Culp of the speech and drama faculty, will be performed Oct. 12-15- By SHEREE BRADSHAW Daily Reporter Catherine Hoge, Dallas graduate stu- dent, will exhibit selected pieces of her artwork from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday in the Art Building Gallery in partial fulfill- ment of her master of fine arts degree. The exhibit will be on display through next Friday. Miss Hoge described her drawings and paintings as "thematic imagery." In some prints she combines lithographs and collages. She used lithography by drawing in stone and running prints off the press. Then she uses collages by affixing other kinds o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1977

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY FDA Orders Toxic Container Ban Decision Ends Acrylonitrile Bottle Usage I All Wet Phuto By VINCt HEPTIQ Eric Brown, Broomfield, Colo., junior, relaxes after a strenuous lifesaving exercise he participated in during his advanced lifesav- ing class. The exercise requires the student to enter the pool clothed, remove clothing and make a life preserver from slacks. Lectures, Seminars Chemists To Exhibit Separation Process The members of the chemistry depart- ment and Spectra-Physics Corporation of Santa Clara, Calif., will sponsor a symposium on high-performance liquid chromatography from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today in the Golden Eagle Suite of the University Union. The high-performance liquid chromatograph is a new instrument being developed in chemistry. It will be demonstrated during the program. This instrument is used for separating small samples of organic compounds. The program will include lectures by Dr. Peter Froehlich of the chemistry faculty on "Biome...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1977

V J* * w , • • ( Friday, September 30, 1977 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Training Sessions Accent Aesthetics NT Faculty Members Conduct City Fine Arts Program By SARA JACOBSMEYER Daily Reporter Four NTSU faculty members will conduct Thursday afternoon training sessions at Denton's Woodrow Wilson Elementary School for city elementary school teachers as a part of an HEW funded program on aesthetics in educa- tion. The program, which was developed by Dr. Jack Davis, chairman of the depart- ment of art, and Mrs. Betty Jo Clifford. Denton graduate student, will consist of two parts, teacher training and implementation, Mrs. Clifford said. Acting as consultants in the teacher training program will be Dr. Pam Fuller, consultant for dance and movement; Miss Ellen Gersh, drama consultant; Dr. Margaret Lukers, visual art consultant; and Dr. Louise Alton, music consultant. This training segment "teaches teachers to incorporate aesthetic educa- tion into regular classroom activities," said Dr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 September 1977

Eagles Go East, Take On Spiders In First Meeting Friday, September 30, 1977 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY v* By ROBERT HESTER Sports Editor B B 4 V'' 7 '.sjb - 1 wj - ' '•'f i".V--ir 7. ' • ■ '" 4 -• £? ■ ii;¥ ' v Photo by JON WHITSELL Up, Up and Away Clay DeCarlo, Houston freshman, leaps high to catch a pass in an DeCarlo scored the extra point on another pass to lift Lambda Chi intramural co-rec flag football game Tuesday. The pass play ended Alpha to a 7-0 win over Delta Sigma Phi. The victory with DeCarlo scoring a touchdown, the only touchdown of the game, gave Lambda Chi Alpha a 1-0 record for the season. Sports Briefs Two-Miler WinsTop Meet Spot The Mean Green travel to Richmond Va. Saturday to play the University Richmond Spiders at 1:30 p.m. (EDT) at Richmond City Stadium. It will be the first game between the two teams and the first game for NT against a Virginia opponent. The game will be the last daytime game for the Mean Green this season. The Spiders bring a 1-2 record ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

I I I - il ' : I m '• > i ■ ft . I. 1 f ■ r i Tuesday, November 8,1983 North Texas Daily North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 41 NT officials break ground for Sheraton hotel ■*% $12 million, 150-room conference center to be completed by fall of 1984 By BETH FULTON Staff Writer NT officials broke ground Friday for the S12 million hotel and conference cen- ter to be built on the NT Golf Course where the clubhouse presently stands. The seven-story hotel and conference center will be on more than five acres of the golf course, near the intersection of 1-35E and I-35W. The 150-room complex is expected to be complete by the fall of 1984. The NT Board of Regents approved an agreement July 8 with the Sumner, Greener, Fussell Group of Dallas to lease the golf course to build the Sheraton North Texas Hotel and Conference Center. Charles Carpenter, executive vicc presi- dent of the Denton Chamber of Com- merce, said, "I would like to welcome everyone to a very special e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

The North Texas Daily Page 2 Tuesday, November 8, 1983 Editorials Vote cast out Enough already. Just when it seemed the Student Association had enough problems to last even the longest semester, a candidate for its assembly decides to stuff the ballot box. SA President Lee Ann Woods already has to worry about explaining what the Union Board of Directors' new statement on the conversion of the Avesta Lounge into a faculty lounge means to students, and how she voted on it. She already has to worry about persuading a some- what reticent SA assembly to pass an electoral reorgani- zation bill that would preclude any one clique from dominating the SA. And then another issue rears its ugly head—voting fraud. This time, though, Woods' course of action was simple and straightforward. She invalidated votes cast in Wednes- day's election. The expense to the SA incurred by the candidate with questionable ethics is the cost of printing new ballots unmarred by his name and the loss of poll worker...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

Tuesday, November 8,1983 The North Texas Daily—Page 3 , * * V t News Briefs Reagan welcomes students WASHINGTON (AP)—President Reagan on Monday urged the American medical students evacuated from Grenada to honor the U.S. troops killed on the island by speaking out "about their courage and commitment as they risked their lives for yours." Saying he was angered "that certain people belittled the danger you were in," Reagan welcomed nearly 5(X) of the 550 students of St. George's Uni- versity Medical School to a White House ceremony at which student repre- sentatives presented him and American servicemen with tokens of appreciation. To a cheering, flag-waving crowd on the South Lawn, the president said, "It's very easy for some smug know-it-all in a plush, protected quarter" to criticize the invasion, which Reagan has since called a "rescue mission." American settles with pilots GRAND PRAIRIE (AP)—American Airlines announced Monday it had reached a new, two-year contract with its pilot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Organizations claim lack of coordination PPT"'. By HUI SHUN-KEN Daily Reporter The officers in three NT faculty organ- izations see a need to coordinate their groups' activities. The three organizations are the Amer- ican Association of University Professors, Texas Association of College Teachers and Texas United Faculty. "It is a waste of manpower to have three organizations working toward the same goal. We need to cooperate and coordinate," Dr. Gene Wright, president of the NT chapter of AAUP and a mem- ber of the English faculty, said. Dr. Lawrence Kelly, president of the NT guild of TUF and a member of the history faculty, said he agreed they are wasting money and manpower. "We are dissipating energy and divid- ing talents. 1 don't see why we can't work together," Kelly said. So, when the TUF guild recently put together a panel to counsel faculty mem- bers. Kelly said he invited members of the other two organizations to join. AAUP IS THE oldest organ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

i' Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Tuesday, November 8,1983 - > i . * % ■ Blues musician to play Denton By JOF. STAFFORD Staff Writer From tap dancing to be-bop in his mother's cafe in Albuquerque, N.M., at age 6, Greg Smith has come a long way. Smith, 32. who played his first gig in Portland, Ore., at age 12 and has toured nationally with B.B. King, Tower of Power and Johnny Hammond, has organ- ized the latest version of the Greg Smith Group, drawing on talent from NT's School of Music. The group will perform at 9:30 p.m. Thursday at Ben- ny's. and will be recorded by Golden Triangle Communi- cation's Channel 25, a cable TV station. The show will be broadcast next week. Bruce Clendenin, producer/ director for Channel 25, said, "We're planning to shoot a show. He (Smith) wanted to be on TV, so we're going to put him on TV. That's what I do. put people on TV. "We're going to shoot the band on Thursday, so the show should air next week sometime," Clcndinin sai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

Page 6—The North Texas Daily NT Homecoming The Clark Kents cheer the Mean Green on m •3W6L^ "4- - J n ^ Af[\ l I - **• K « s. jf Judd Holt, Denton resident, and his dog, Bingo, watch the parade Tuesday, November 8,1983 - - — • , *, v. MWWy.' ■ ■ '?$,■' 11 s ' v i\ . ■ $' ' ■HdLIhwi.vofclWjr *«-& . u*i ■ WBH-'fl. T. *<s"y i i li Athletic Trainer Harold Bennet celebrates the Eagle's win The Bonfire lights up Denton sky PHOTOS BY: Gina Jurik, Beth Stallard, Susan Thomas and Bob Ward i../' jrflwI ■: ' : 4'/ > • -■< -r- llfl *IBV i S V r7'- ww-ai- Stuart Dickey, self-appointed Homecoming King, rides in the parade A beak to beak confrontation I t « . |8 * I «* n ► . lift ♦ •]♦ I I } ' i4 }' * . | t- • « - if? * < > V > V . I>.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

h Sports The North Texas Daily Page 7 Tuesday, November 8, 1983 t \ I i !• I «r * 4 * V- * > y t t M- 4 II- 1 9 ■ ' (h ¥,, 9. -Ji Vv* •t*i 'J "Xrt ■f >«,W1 * ■ ' / *•*<«., 1$ "• ' ' ' " 'J. - ■ ' j(l , '■■Tit a*t.*4*--<**hL *4 ' W*M* ♦..*•'"* 'Y' -tU \.w1 >♦.. v*. :«* - * Photo by BOB WARD The NT defense stops a Cardinal runner Photo by BETH STALLARD NT's Nathan Williams runs with the ball Eagles awaken to defeat Cardinals Freshman quarterback leads Mean Green to victory By ROBERT SHELTON Staff Writer The NT football team, led by second- string, freshman quarterback Scott Toman, awakened in the second half to defeat the Lamar University Cardinals 10-0 on NT's Homecoming Saturday. Coach Corky Nelson said he was satis- fied with the team's play. "Oh. I was pleased with it," Nelson said. "Defensively we played pretty well. Offensively, we played conservatively, which we wanted to do since Toman was in there. We didn't want to get him into any pres- sure situations. He pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 8 November 1983

Page 8—The North Texas Daily mm. mmm* %; $£ • J-;:* A U*~ .&** * **•",> Tuesday, November 8,1983 Eagles beat Bethany; lose to Midwestern By DEBBIE WILLIS Daily Reporter The NT soccer team nailed a winning season for the 14th consecutive year with a 4-1 win over Bethany Nazarene Col- lege at Fouts Field Friday, but dropped a 3-0 decision to Midwestern State Uni- versity Sunday. Midfielder Oscar Borgcrello scored two goals and had an assist Friday to help NT snap a three-game losing streak. Forward Wcs Wendland, assisted by Borgcrello, scored the first goal on a cor- ner kick 25:30 into the first half. At 37:27 forward Russ Finks put the Eagles up 2-0 with an assist from for- ward Greg Nichols. Bethany Nazarene came back 2:02 into the second half when Kit Skinner scored on a penalty kick. Borgcrello shut the door on Bethany with two goals at 85:00 and 86:95 into the game, respectively, to end the scor- ing. He was assisted by forward Shawn McCollum on the first goal. Coach Rich...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

The North Texas Daily Wednesday, November 9, 1983 North Texas State University, Denton, Texas 67th Year No. 42 M < i f r Lucas pleads innocent to murder accusation DENTON (AP)—Henry I-ee Luca.s, the drifter who claims to have killed more than 165 people, pleaded innocent Tuesday to a murder charge stemming from the mutilation-slaying of his 15-year-old traveling companion. Lucas, 47, entered the plea after a jury of seven men and five women was seated to hear the case shortly before noon. Potential jurors were asked whether publicity in the case had caused them to form an opinion as to Lucas' guilt or innocence. LUCAS IS ACCUSED of fatally stabbing Frieda Powell of Jacksonville, Fla. He claims the teenager he called "Becky" was his common-law wife and had accompanied him to Texas in early 19X2. when the couple settled at a religious encampment in Stoneburg, in North Texas. Prosecutors said they would introduce a videotaped statement in which Lucas describes the slaying. The Fort ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

*K§$W> '*•' • ''Y'' ■,*'- ".' '* • ' . , v.'1.. % i ommentary Editorials The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, November 9, 1983 Criminal negligence Three Mile Island's March 1979 accident has generated its first criminal indictment, through an 11-point charge accusing the original operators of the plant with intention- ally falsifying safety test results. The company, Metropolitan Edison Co., is charged with attempting to conceal from the Nuclear Regulatory Com- mission information on the rate of leakage from the cooling system to TM1 Reactor No. 2. The indictment alleges the company failed to report accurate test information for five months, and NRC offi- cials said if the information was in fact hidden, it could have contributed to the dramatic failure of the plant four years ago. U.S. attorneys presenting the indictments would not say the alleged misconduct could have contributed to the breakdown, only that the operating company, through its employees, engaged in a pattern o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

Wednesday, November 9,1983 * \ 1 f s « I I * ; t « * News Briefs fit/s/7 breaks nerve gas tie WASHINGTON (AP)—With Vice President George Bush casting the tie- breaking vote, the Senate today approved money for the United States to begin producing nerve gas weapons for the first time since 1969. The Senate voted 47-46 in favor of an amendment by Sens. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, and John Tower, R-Texas, to add $124.4 million for chemical warfare production. The money was attached to a $252.5 billion defense spending bill. An earlier vote to table, and thus kill, the nerve gas amend- ment failed, 48-46. Body identified as Bishop's CALIVIGNY, Grenada (AP)—U.S. soldiers found a burned and badly de- composed body Tuesday in a shallow pit and it was reported to be the body of slain Prime Minister Maurice Bishop, an Army officer said. The officer said the report the body was Bishop's came from a Grenadian who said he recogni/ed the body. Bishop was reported killed in a coup several days before ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

Page 4—The North Texas Daily Worms enjoy sewage feast LUFK1N (AP)—Believe it or not. a bunch of worms munching on sewage at the city's waste water treatment plant may put Lufkin on national television. "If you just think about it, worms art- eating our excreta," said Mark Wolper, a researcher for TV's "Ripley's Believe It or Not" show. "Visually, it's humor- ous to see sewage being thrown out of a machine into a pile of worms." Wolper was in Lufkin recently to tour the city's experimental project where worms are eating a portion of the city's sewage. The city had received national and international attention about four years ago when it started the project. "Our purpose was to help get the waste water treatment plant in compliance," said supervisor Bobby Mott. City officials had planned to have enough worms to cat up 10 percent of Lufkin's sewage, thereby reducing the amount which would have to be treated by the plant. But Mott said it took more worms than the city could get to reac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

Arts & Entertainment The North Texas Daily Page 5 Wednesday, November 9,1983 .r •s A > i ' 1 t • i I ¥ «« « ■t Series features sermon Dr. James Tanner of (he English faculty will read "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" at today's Readings at Noon in the Rock Bottom Lounge. The selection is a sermon written by Jonathon Edwards in 1741. "Edwards wrote this sermon at the height of the Great Awakening, a period of religious revival throughout the colonies," Tanner said. "It is prob- ably the most famous sermon in American history. "It was read as a fire-and-brimstone sermon in the 18th century, and is read as literature today. It has great rhetorical power because of the imagery of hell-fire and damnation," Tanner said. The sermon is based on a verse in the Bible: "Their foot shall slide in due time," Deuteronomy 32:35. "I am going to try to read this sermon with a straight facc. I will try to recreate the way Edwards would have read it. A sermon by Billy Graham or Jerry Falw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 9 November 1983

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