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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Magazine Features Middle East 10 Marian Brown analyzes circumstances leading to the current strife in the Middle East focusing on the future of the war-torn nations. 'Good Newz' 11 Christian radio station KGNZ provides an alternative to secular radio. Judy Kincaid reports! Nursing 12 The Intercollegiate School of Nursing trains students in a rigorous pro- gram. Our picture story and text follow Patty Davis nursing student through a typical day from dawn to midnight. Cooter's River 14 Frank Beesley's short story illustrated by. Bob Ozwald delves into the peace and wonder of river life. Professor Profile 18 Pianist Dan McAlexander has known life' in. rural Kansas and metropolitan New York but chooses a career in Abilene. Mark Keuthan tells his story. KaHoupek lifestyle 18 Mabel Kaloupek begins a new life as a freshman after 43 years as a career woman. Reata Departments Opinion 3 5 Columns Jack Anderson Carousel Counselor's Corner Communique Living in the Last Days Letters News Sports ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Reata October 29 1982 OPINION 3 Welcome to Parents' Day Welcome to the Forty Acres. Whether you're a returning alum- nus or the parent of a freshman the staff of Reata wishes you an enjoyable and fulfilling weekend in the spirit of Hardln-Simmons University. We hope you'll make yourself at home In the friendly Western at- mosphere on campus. Many ac- tivities and special events have been planned to make your stay worthwhile. Many students work behind the scenes in areas that vitally af- fect ongoing life at Hardin- Simmons. During a fast-paced pressured time of year students especially appreciate the visits of family members on . Parents' Day. We. thank you for coming and allowing us students to honor you as your hosts for the weekend. -raiiiP fc TtJWSiMWlW W7 SGUCTCVOOfcNJOTE fc m .-JT.MRtfi-Vlfc 'V vAl S V 0'(WlRftieSndca( Liberal targets turn tables on conservative groups Two years ago the National Conservative Political Action Committee known in political circles- as "NCPAC" was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

4 OPINION Reata . October 29 1982 College life offers freedom challenge s ; h- In rOK wytKNOK . Mill MITc ill ; ;v MlKil"'mJ"'iMii'irjlJHF.7itiniiviii ijjjijie.!ii'!iiuiiti-bwijj ji l!lllgMl:ll;!JjfcS&rf- Bll 1 f ' W I; il Ij BILL CLLMuNto Jj iMff P II 1 1.;.. fcj . ... SOllf I r i till ;- 1 WJ'Tt 1 'Even big girls need moms and dads' Dear Family Hi! Sorry it's been so long since I've written but I have been so busy. Every committee I signed up for at the beginning of the year met this week. Then fhad this test that was so hard. I didn't study for it I mean I couldn't. I had to clean my room. By the way Mom I guess you were right those old pop cans do attract ants. Anyway about that test nobody I talked to passed it except this one girl who doesn't do anything but study. You know the type. Anyway if I flunk this class I can retake it next semester and wipe the "F" off my transcript. Dad I don't know why you are pushing me to graduate in four years. None of my friends will. And M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Reata October 29 1982 OPINION 5 U.S. government 'by people' mfeans vote November 2 in state election Ojflcommunique cheryl anthony "If you don't vote you're voting indirectly for the candidate who wins." This was the charge to students from Dr. Julian Bridges professor in sociology in his political rally address Oct. 21. In our government "by the people and for the people" democracy works only as well as it is made to work by the people. Voting booths open Tuesday to allow citizens in a democracy to choose their leaders. The person who wastes his vote through casting it in ignorance or falling to cast it at ail still stands responsible for the outcome of an election. Not only will the result of the Texas race for governor affect Texans but it will play a decisive role in the 1984 presidential election political analysts predict. The Texas Observer quoted Paul Sweeney of Austin as saying "This election is a referendum on Reaganism and could very well decide the presidential election ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

6 NEWS Reata October 29 1982 9 a.m. 5 p.m. 9:30 10:30 a.m. 10 a.m. 4 p.m. 10:30 11:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 2 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. October 31 8 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 1 p.m. Schedule of Events for the Annual Parents' Day Saturday Oct. 30 Registration Moody Center Faculty Staff and Parents Coffee Cafeteria Student Foundation host Cowboy Art Show Cowboy Hall of Fame Assembly Behrens Chapel-Auditorium Barbecue Mabee Complex Parents and Student Body HSU Basketball Team Scrimmage Open House Dormitories All-School Sing Behrens Chapel-Auditorium Breakfast HSU Cafeteria or Abilene restaurant Church services Church of your choice Noon Meal HSU Cafeteria or restaurant IV'f W V W9 W9 WW W V VWWVW ?f Vftf VVyf VJ My A ITALIAN CORNER FREE DELIVERY 677-2977 Giustiniani's Italian Corner will deliver free. Hot fresh and delicious pizza right to your door while you enjoy your favorite T. V. program or hobby. 12" 15" FAMILY STYLE CHEESE 1 1NCRED. 2 INGRED. 3INCRED. 4 INGRED. 5 INGRED. 6 IN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Reata October 29 1982 NEWS 7 Photographs record history of 100 years in Abilene The first 100 years of Abilene history have been recorded photographically in the newly published book Abilene: An American Centennial compiled by Dr. B.W. Aston HSU history pro- fessor. The book was put together In honor of Abilene's centennial celebration published by the Rupert Richardson Press and distributed by the University of Texas Press. An autograph signing session will be held Saturday in Duffy Auditorium of the Richard- son Library from 24 p.m. Aston heads the Abilene Historic Photographic Collective at HSU and is working toward a similar project In honor of the university's centennial 1891 to 1991. HSU already is beginning the countdown toward the celebration year. Aston is asking for the loan of pictures of Hardin-Simmons throughout its history especially in the early days for possible use in the centennial collection. Negatives would be made of the pictures and the originals would be retur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

8 NEWS Reata October 29 1982 Teels to return to mission field The Rev. and Mrs. James O. Teel Jr. assistant vice president of development and his wife were reappointed as mis- sionaries by the Southern Bap- tist Foreign Mission Board dur- ing its October meeting in Rich- mond Va. The Teels will work in the Dominican Republic where he will be a general evangelist and she will be a church and home worker. Currently she is a school nurse with the Clyde In dependent School District. They are members of First Baptist Church Abilene. Teel will end his service with HSU in November. The Teels served as Southern Baptist missionaries In Ecuador and Argentina for 20 years before resigning in 1976. Born and reared in Electra Teel received the bachelor of arts degree from HSU and the bachelor of divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Fort Worth. From 1976 to 1979 he was assistant director of Cooperative Program Promotion for the Stewardship Commis- sion of the Southern Ba...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Reata October 29 1982 NEWS 9 Snack bar Beginning Monday Nov. 1 the snack bar In "Moody Center will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. with boarding cards accepted at all times the cafeteria is closed. Vali-dlne cards may be punched either In the cafeteria or the snack bar one time during the hours for each meal. Breakfast will be served In the snack bar from 7:30 to 10:15 for cash customers and from 8:1510:15 for boarders. Lunch hours are 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for cash customers. Vali-dlne cards will be accepted between 10:3011:30 a.m. and 1:15-4 p.m. Dinner hours are 47:30 p.m. for cash. Vali-dlne dinner hours are 4-4:30 p.m. and 6-7:30 p.m. The changed schedule marks a major change in the available of the food service to students. Annual fund The klckoff luncheon for Hardin- Simmons University's annual fund for 1983 was held Friday Oct. 29 In the President's Dining room in Moody Center. According to James O. Teel Jr. assistant vice president for development program plans in- clude...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Middle East By Marian Brown Editor's note: Marian Brown Is a mass communications major and political science minor at Hardin- Simmons University. She takes an analytical look at the past present and future of Middle Eastern na- tions In this news feature. War-torn nations strive for peace A lasting peace in the Middle East is unlikely to occur In the near future according to Syrian-born McMurry College professor Mike El-Attrache. Pointing to the war-like history of the Arab nations Dr. El-Attrache observed "There Is always something boiling in that pot." As an example he described how the Turks have historically pitted neighboring countries against each other so they could "divide and conquer." Besides the usual squabbling over borders religion and economic matters foreign policies of both the Soviet Union and the United States bring outside pressure. While the Soviet Union continues the Turkish practice of "divide and conquer" the United States reflects political pressures based in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

'Good Newz' By Judy Kincaid Station gives alternate choice Even though KGNZ radio has been on the air only a short time the idea for a Christian sta- tion was conceived several years ago said Sta- tion Manager and Program director Kevin Grady. KGNZ at 88.1 FM went on the air In March of 1981 and remains the only Christian radio sta- tion in the Abilene area. Owned and operated by Christian Broadcasting Company it Is licensed with the Federal Communications Commission as an educational station. The roots of KGNZ reach back almost nine years. Jack Hill president of Christian Broad- casting Company wanted to provide Christians with a quality alternative to secular radio. In the early stages however Hill and other members of the board of directors aimed for a commer- cial station. The necessary papers were filed with the FCC but were misplaced and as Grady says "ended up on the wrong person's desk." By the time the FCC discovered the missing applications much later it was too late and t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Nursing Training requires dedicated effort Being a student nurse is challenging difficult work. Ask Patty Davis a junior from Boyd In her first year of nursing school at the Abilene Intercollegiate School of Nursing. The School of Nursing In association with Hardin-Slmmons Abilene Chris- tian University and McMurry College Is a professional school that focuses on nursing theory. Students learn not only how to treat the physical ailments of their patients but also how to deal with them as "biopsychosocial" Individuals or the whole person. A typical day finds Patty and her classmates In lectures at Parker Hall Just north of Hendrick Medical Center from 8 a.m. until noon. After lunch students are back In the classroom for their lab period from 14 p.m. The first thing students do during lab periods is take theory tests on which they must score 100 percent to pass. They must retake the test until they pass It. Next they are given demonstra- tions on what they will learn that week includi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Cooter's River Short story by Frank Beesley Illustrated by Bill Ozwald '. . . Cooter talked to the river because he knew her intimately. He had spent more time in her company than anyone's over the past thirty years.' K t t Cooter Jackson talked to water. That is he talked to water that passed him daily on its journey down the channel of the Paloma River: clear green water that danced lightly over the stones in the riffles; slithered down mud flats in thin brown sheets; and surged around bends undercutting the banks where fat yellow-cats sulked waiting for Cooter's baited hooks. Cooter talked to the river because he knew her imtimately. He had spent more time In her company than anyone's over the past thirty years. He thought of the river as female because he thought of females as unpredict- able which the river certainly was. Cooter knew however that she behaved better since the Corps of Engineers built the dam at Turkey Point several years ago. Then too the river car- overhanging ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

mmmm mmmmmm "T""" m mm mm m ''--'--'-'m'mimmimimmimimmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmm mm m- "Bless Pat you're comln' up fast ain't ya?'r Cooter remarked to the water. "Them fools at the dam must have turned ya loose all at once. Well no use settln' any more drops cause ya'll Just twist 'em all up." Cooter pulled the dropllne tight as he spoke and leaving It unbalted released It and the main line simultaneously. The troMlne drawn like a bowstring by the pressure of the current against the boat snapped back toward the river's surface. The heavy hook on the end of the drop line failed to clear Cooter's hand as it followed the troMlne burying Its sharp tip in the flesh between the two lower bones of his palm. Cooter lunged toward the line to keep the pressure off the hook but the Increased current pulling the boat downstream took up the slack and threw Cooter off balance. As he tried to recover he pulled against the hook forcing the barb through his palm and out the back of his hand. The boat skidded ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Story by Steve Winkler Photos by Calvin Best After graduation Denise plans to work in an adoption placement agency or go to seminary. Cindy Smith in expressing her feelings about being nominated to the Queen's Court said "I believe there is nothing more humbling than to be voted as a University Princess. Cindy is a pre-law major from San Antonio who plans to continue her education at Baylor University or St. Mary's Law School. A member of the Law and Politics Club she is currently Alpha Phi Omega sweetheart pledge chairman of AIO and forme AIO president. Her interests in elude snow skiing and four wheeling as well as eating Mex lean food. HH mkwt kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkn iiiiK 'ffr a!I A UKUflHHHHHHHH cl.Jv v 9hhHHHH Cindy Smith Denise Rhoads Sally Morgette Reata October 1982 17

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

Professor Profile By Mark Keuthan tf Forty Acres appealing to Julliard pianist One day in West Texas when the air was thick with dust and had a slightly red tint to It Dan McAlex- ander and his wife Celeste Myall arrived at the HSU campus looked at one another and said "We'll starve first." McAlexander recalls "I must have brushed my teeth six times." However after meeting Dr. Jack Dean then dean of the School of Music pianist McAlexander and his wife decided to make HSU their home. McAlexander is assistant professor In piano and theory and Myall Is assistant professor in str- ings orchestra and chamber music. The two also play in the Simmons Trio a faculty ensemble with cellist John Burton. Since coming In the fall of 1978 McAlexander knows more com- pletely why he's still here. "The . students are Incredible" he says. They're talented and respectful i compared to those on a state cam- i pus. He feels the students and faculty create a fun friendly and almost family atmosphere that ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

aaBIIBIIIiaalllllBIIBnilallllnailB Throbbing head? Quaking body? Has Monday dealt another crushing blow? Revive yourself with a well- rounded meal from Domino's Pizza. We'll help smooth the wrinkles out of your day. Fast. . . i Delivery 676-9165 3413 Ambler 695-2980 1806 S. Clack 676-9173 1434 S. 14 St Hours: 4:30 -1 :00 Mon. - Thurs. 11:30-2:00 Fri.-Sat. 11:30-1:00 Sun. Free 30 minute delivery and 10 minute pick-up service. Menu All Pizzas Include Our Special Blend of Sauce and 100 Real Cheese Our Superb Cheese Pizza 12" cheese $4.69 16" cheese $6.69 Domino's Deluxe 5 items for the price of 4 Pepperoni Mushrooms Onions Green Peppers and Sausage 12" Deluxe $8.09 16" Deluxe $11.69 Additional Items Pepperoni Mushrooms Ham Onions Anchovies Green Peppers Olives Sausage Ground Beef Jalapenos Double Cheese Extra Thick Crust 12" pizza $.85 per item 16" pizza $1.25 per item Prices do not include applicable sales tax Our drivers carry less than $10.00. Limited delivery area. 1982 Domino's Pi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

20 SPORTS Reata October 29 1982 HSU Cowboys prepare for 1983 season By KIMO KELII Sports Editor The Cowboy men's basketball team started official workouts two weeks ago and Head Coach Jim Hatfield in his second year at HSU says he is very pleased with the progess so far. "We have a better ball club this year both offensively and defen- sively but because almost all the players are new it's going to take time for us to play as good as we possibly can" said Hatfield. The size and speed of the new players should make for a great season Hatfield said. Included in this year's crop are junior college transfers Scott Ferrell 5-9 from Fort Wayne Ind.; Jimmy Hanson 6-3 from Panama City Fla.; Donald Johnson 6-3 from Washington La.; Willie Maree 6-6 from Jacksonville Fla.; and Gene Theis 6-8 from Prescott Ariz. Others are freshmen Alex Harris 6-3 from Houston; Brad Under- wood 6-4 from McPherson Kan.; Kendrick Lewis 6-5 from Ander- son Ind.; Barry Vaughn 6-6 from Elmhurst III.; and Craig Slade...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 29 October 1982

SPORTS 21 Netters win HSU tournament Reata October 29 1982 By KIMO KELII Sports Editor "I was pleasantly surprised by the overall performance of both the men's and women's teams as they dominated almost every area of the Hardin-Slmmons tourna- ment (Oct. 22-24)" said Coach Joe Williams. The HSU tennis teams won their own tournament chalking up their first tournament win of the season. "We played Midland College and San Angelo State earlier in the season and lost but in this tourna- ment there was obviously a big turn-around as both teams won the singles and doubles matches" Williams said. In the women's singles competi- tion HSU's Cheryl Nowlin defeated Liz Alvarado of Midland College 6-3 2-6 and 6-4 for the title. HSU's Karen Hawthorne and Lee Ann Land won the women's doubles by default over HSU's Karen Hefler and Nowlin. In the men's singles champion- ship game HSU's Robert VriJ defeated teammate Trey Dyer 6-4 and 6-2 for the title. Vrij and Dyer as a doubles' team were awesome as...

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