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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 September 1984

Campus Revival to Begin Tuesday with Theme of "Behold! New Things" Soccer Team Faces Houston Baptist Today See Soccer Story Page 5 Intramural Football Begins Today! Picks on Page A M ffi) of Hardin-Simmons University Volume 72 Number One Abilene Texas Monday September 17 1984 HSU Adds 12 FacultyStaff members With the start of the 1984 1985 school theology and director ol the newly year twelve new (acuitystall members have been added to the HSU facultystaff In several different areas of service They are Dr James L Shields professor In established Lay Academy for the Logsdon School of Theology Lt Col Edward Leach selected to head the HSU Reserve Officer Training Corps program succeeding Lt Col Paul Hinds who has retired Brewer slated to retire Oct. 1 Dr John H Brewer director of the Hardln-Slmmons University Science Research Center Is retiring effective Oct 1 1984 Dr Jesse C Flctchej HSU president has announced Dr and Mrs John H Brewer were honored at a reception on Sunday Sept 9 at t...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 September 1984

f U& ! I V ' T l '' Pag 2The BrandMonday September 17 1984 opinioneditorial """ As many readers will notice when they pick up the first copy of "The Brand" we have a new look this year and a new set of objectives during 1984-1985. First we have gone to a full-sized page like most other university newspapers as opposed to the tabloid which wc have had In the past. We feel that this Is not only a more attractive addition to the paper but a much more useful one as well. Our main objective during this school year Is to serve the students facul- ty and staff as never before. A student newspaper which does not have this main objective In mind might as well cease to exist. Campus related events will be the primary focus of "The Brand." Small notices of upcoming events or Items of Interest will be featured In the new "briefly" column and a "classified" section has been added to better serve the university. Discounts and specials may be found In the ads which run weekly In "The Brand." T...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 September 1984

T news Page 3The BrandMonday September 17 1984 briefly . . ii r Councthng It offered In Behrcns and Nix Halls on night a week this semester Dr. Ray Johnson counselor-to-students has announced Mrs. Carol Leach will be In room 319 Behrens Tuesdays from 7;00-10.00 p.m. A graduate of McMurry College Mrs. Leach will complete the Master of Educa- tion degree In the Department of Counsel- ing and Human Development of the Irvln School of Education this school year. She Is married has a 15-year-old son and has taught In public schools Rodney Hernandez will counsel In room 119 Nix Hall Thursdays 7:00-10.00 p.m. Hernandez holds the Bachelor of Business Administration degree from HSU and will receive the M.Ed degree from HSU In August 1985. The long-time Cowboy Band member lived In Abilene as a youngster and more recently halls from Arizona "These counseling Interns come highly recommended by Dr. Bob Barnes Head of Irvln School of Education's Department of Counseling and Human Development" said...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 September 1984

features news Page 4The BrandMonday September 17 1984 y K w Spraberry to take job at East Texas Baptist Dr. Rufus D. Spraberry assistant vk prtsldsnt for devolopment at Hardin Simmons Unlvarslty sine I960 will become vtc president (or development at East Texas Baptist University Marshall about Oct. 1. Spraberry Is a 1953 graduate of East Texas Baptist and came to the HSU staff after six years as pastor of First Baptist Church of Vsrnon Texas. Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher HSU presi- dent said "We will miss Rufus Spraberry and his outstanding ser- vices as a development officer and director of church relations. He has been an effective member of our devolopment staff and a valuable member of the administration. We will miss him but we're happy for him In this Important new assignment" Spraberry also was pastor of First Baptist Churches of Mineral Welts and Lampasas and received both the bachelor of divinity and master of divinity degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Fort Wo...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 September 1984

i sports Page 5The BrandMonday September 17 1984 Volleyball report e n. HiiHRlw iBv li "Bv r H Th HSU women"! volleyball team li now 4-0 with wins over Baylor Oklahoma Baptist Texas Women's University and North Teus State. Team members are (from top left to rlht):Arlene Land Stacla Blahak. Pam Ciudlll Crystal Tarr Shelley Heath. Carol Welch Ann Lynn Mcllroy Mary McLean Pam Edwards and Kaye Lewis. Cowboys lose twice The Hardln-Slmmons soccer team opened Its season with two losses to Midwestern State of Wichita Falls and to the University of New Mexico. The Cowboys dropped the opener to the perennially high-ranked Midwestern team 5-4. Charles Okoye Junior forward from Lagos Nigeria scored two goals In 32 seconds to lead the Cowboys Scott time Jimmy With the start of a new school year I ex- pected the Inevitable report of what 1 did over the summer. But to my horror I found that after fifteen reports I would not be writing a sixteenth t thought at least one of '1 my teachers would come...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 September 1984

Page 6The BrandMonday September 17 1984 i' ... - . . .. .- . . . ..- - Watch for the Grand Opening Specials at the HSU Wes-T-Go Deli at the corner of Ambler & Hickory U EST GO A Division of WESTERN MARKETING INC. . .'-. ' "" . ' Z " . " TV"." '" WM W

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 24 September 1984

B The eyes have it. The Brand of H Hj Derek Walcott to speak at HSU Hardln-Slmmons University H Soccer team upends HBU See story page 4 win be going back to the 10 I See story page 5 H point type size H H H H ME MEAN A- Volume 72 Number Two Jack and Adele Frost Center for the Visual Arts Name for new Visual Arts Center announced Hardln-Slmmons University's proposed new Visual Arts Center will be named in honor of a San Antonio woman and her late hus- band b'h benefactors to the school. Dr. .Jesse C. Fletcher HSU president told a joint meeting of the Board of Trustees and Boards of Development and Young Associates this morning that the center will bear the name of "The Jack and Adele Frost Center for the Visual Arts." The Frost Estate transferred ranchland properties in the state which will bring $500000 to HSU to aid in the construction of the $1.5 million center. This gift was part of the necessary $750000 to reach a challenge grant by Aug. 31 of a similar amount by the J.E. and L....

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 24 September 1984

Pf 2The BrandMonday September 24 1984 oped opinioneditorial itiuiiiiMiimriii.. .. i fe V p..; ' Si This year Tfc Brand will be featuring two new columns which will both begin In the first edition of the REATA. The REATA Is produced by The Brand but is a special once a month publication. The REATA takes the place of The Brand on the week that It comes out. The two columns will be 'Turnstiles- a weekly student opinion column and "Forum" a faculty or staff written column. The columns will follow no specific pattern or format dther than the fact that they will be written by different people each week. 'Turnstiles" will give the student a chance to express himself and to share his own personal views about life HSU or whatever is on his mind. I feel other students will relate well to each of the student authors for they will cover a cross section of HSU We. "Forum- will give the facultystaff a chance to talk about their area of Involvement specific concerns which might be bothering them a...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 24 September 1984

news Page 3Thc BrandMonday September 24 1984 briefly . . . I . A Joint meeting of the HSU Board of Trustees and Board of Development was held on Friday Sept. 21 having started at 8:30 a.m. In the President's Room Moody Student Center. Separate sessions were held beginning at 10:30 a.m. with the Develop- ment Board and Board of Young Associates moving to Duffy Auditorium Richardson Library. A noon luncheon honored trustees who rotated off the board and leaders In the Board of Development phase of "Forging the Future" campaign. The campus chapter of Alpha Chi Invites the faculty members who are also Alpha Chi members to be the guests of HSU at a ban- quet honoring high-ranking students on Monday Sept. 24 (today) at 6:00 pjn. In Room 208 Moody Center. Dr. Fletcher will be the featured speaker. Dr. Paul Sorrels associate pro- fessor of psychology and family ministry at HSU has received Ap- proved Supervisor Status In The American Association for Mar- riage and Family Therapy effec- tive...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 24 September 1984

Pay 4Th BrandMonday International poet to speak Derek Walcott International award winning poet and playwrights wltl be coming to the Hafdln-Slmmons University cam pus on Thursday Sept. 27 for an 8:00 p.m. reading from his poetry In Duffy Auditorium of Richard- wn Library. On Friday Sept. 28 Walcott will lead an open discussion of his work at 3:00 p.m. and will present readings from his plays Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. An Informal reception will follow the Friday evening presentation. All three sessions will be held In the Duffy Auditorium. There will be no ad- mission charge and questions and comments will be encouraged at each of the meetings. Derek Walcott was bom on Jan. 23 1930 In Castries capltol of St. Lucia in the British West In- dies. At the age of 18 he had his first collection of poems privately published and two years later In 1950 he and twin brother Roderick founded the St. Lucia Arts Guild In order to stage plays they were writing. In 1953 Walcott received his BA fro...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 24 September 1984

ytpwm sports JUftllllllfMTVKHl - 1 Page 5The BrandMonday feeptember 2fi( 1984 ' V " Intramural flag football began last Monday with the Nuts Kappa. Tau and APO opening with two straight wins. On Thursday Tau humbled the BSU 41-6 and Kappa wrecked the Deacon Blues 33-13. TIME OUT: Jimmy Pogue Southern Methodist University exploded for two goals in the first half and made it last for a 2-0 vic- tory over the HSU Cowboys last week. Karl Groesser and Mark Francis scored the goals for the Mustangs and Brandt Hammer got the shutout In only his second start in goal. SMU Is 3-2 on the year. The losses have come to fourth ranked University of Connecticut and 12th ranked Boston College. Last Monday the Pokes won their first match of the season with a 2-1 ylctory.over perenniartcon- ference powerhouse Houston Baptist University. All the scoring was done in the first half as the Cowboys took the lead after 32 minutes had expired. Peter Jecker passed to Charles Okoye who was about three yards fr...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 24 September 1984

xv I K Page.6The BrandMonday Hearns retains title by stopping Hutching! Thomas Hearns displaying awesome punching power show- ed everyone why he Is nicknamed the "Hit Man" as he knocked down Fred Hutchlngs twice and stopped him In the third round to retain the World Boxing Council super welterweight championship. Hearns scored both knockdowns In the first round and nearly ended the fight but Hut- chlngs survived until the bell. Hearns had him in trouble again in the second and finished the fight In the third when he overwhelmed the challenger with a barrage of head punches. At the time referee Arthur Mcr- cante stopped the bout with four seconds left In the round Hut- chlngs' manager had already thrown In the towel. Hearns who looked in great shape hurt the 6-2 15334 Hut- chlngs in the first minute of the fight on a flurry of punches io the head. He knocked out Hutchlngs' mouthpiece with a crushing right and sat him on the canvas with a V y 10 Discbunt to All HSU j jr ..y - 'S HWDLE...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 October 1984

I I j I I Henry s 19841985 missionaries-in- H Ann Lynn Mcllroy named player of H Nuts squeeze by Rebels H residence see page 3 H the week see page 5 H See page 5 H Volume 72 Number 3 Equal time given both parties Political forum held in Behrens Chapel A political forum was held at 9:30 on Thursday Oct 4 in Behrens Chapel Auditorium which featured six speakers three democrats and three republicans The forum served as a class pro- ject for Dr. Charles Garraway's Political Processes class; Dr. Gar- raway is head of the department of Political Science and Criminal Justice. The first speaker was David Dalbert who is running for Taylor County sheriff. He was followed by John Middleton current sheriff of Taylor county Middleton is seeking re-election as sheriff of Taylor County. They spoke at wmwmmmmmm Dr. James Webster local physician presents the ReaganBush in Behrens Chapel Thursday. Student teaching to be extended to full day Beginning in the fall semester 1985 student teaching will be...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 October 1984

i Page 2The BrandMonday October 8 1964 oped opinioneditorial """""" MMtattVot' It 1$ now too late to register to vote In the upcoming presidential election on November 6. Everyone who will vote next month had to have their registration card postmarked by 12:00 midnight on Sunday Oct. 7(yesterday). Many people may not have realized this but according to the Taylor County Courthouse more people have registered to vote In this election than the 1980 election. Through Thursday Oct. 4 approximately 58000 people had registered to vote In Taylor County. The total number of registered voters In 1980 was 51200. This new surge of Interest and participation In the political process Is encourag- ing. People are finally starting to realize that they do have a say and that their one vote can make a difference In the outcome of an election. Registered voters now have a choice to make: ReaganBush or MondaleFer- raro. Sure there will be other candidates for president on the ballot but let's be reali...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 October 1984

Henrys serve HSU as By Missy Toombs Serving Hardln-Slmmons University as mlsslonarles-ln residence during the 1984-1985 school year Larry and Virginia Henry Southern Baptist mis- sionaries to Spain will work through the Religious Activities Office. International Focus flVflHHil ' KSr rlajtflHHHj ssssssssLV ssflsssssasssssssssfl ssssssLH c IsssssssssssssssH 4 ajBJBJBJBJBJBv ivJBBBBBBBBSssH Lamin Tho Read 'n Rite Sh nu . aaasBBBWfT.7KvNw &S Xw -i TOTflLDESIGM HAIR STUDIO! University Hills 676-7735 1 1 i i Appointed In August of 1975 the Henrys first served In Granada Spain. Following their first four year term and one year furlough In Abilene the Henrys returned to Spain but moved to Almerla. In.Almerla Henry serves as a Dibba "tewPTX Large selection of James Avery Jewelry Willis Pairing Ctnirtyard t (3$ l I missionaries - in - residence during general evangelist while his wife Is a church and home worker. The Henrys felt they should be at HSU because both of their daughters Lauri...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 October 1984

Page 4The BrandMonday October 81984 I Sponsored by CAC I I Thursday Oct. 25 7 : 30 PM I H HI B ' 11 Alt Seats Reserved! H . H I $7.50; Advance 9 V Cost $6.50 to HSU students with ID. I $8.50 at the door 'kl I

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 October 1984

sports Page 5The BrandMonday October 8 1984 bbbbbtbbbESI jiRBWBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBw-ABBBBBBBBBBBHB BBBBBnBBBWBBBBBBBHBBBHBBiBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBH IM action heats up TIME OUT: Jimmy Pogue I have witnessed history. Last weekend I decided to go to Arlington to watch my beloved 'Rangers play their final two games of the year against the California' Angels. I sat two rows behind the Angels dugout with some of my favorite people in the world on Saturday night in the cold only to watch the Rangers lose 4-0. However Sunday promised to be a better day as the sun shone brightly and the temperature rose Into the mld-60s. A perfect day for baseball. It became too perfect. Too perfect because Sept. 30 was the day In which Mike Witt of the Angels pitched a perfect game a 1-0 victory over the Rangers In one hour 42 minutes. A perfect game. No runs no hits no errors no men left on base. Witt threw 94 pitches. In- credible. He struck out 10. Im- pressive. The count only went to three balls to one...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 October 1984

Page 6The BrandMonday October 8 1984 HI Oct. 16-20 67H)I2 8 : 0 0 p. m. TuEr Sat &i 0 rm. We. a s Ai 'V' Kf X TUDE.NTS 2.00 AADULTS 3.00 HSU- Students Staff Faculty Free IKS

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 16 October 1984

William Proxmire to speak at HSU I See story on page 5 H Farrell and Farrell and DeGarmo and Key to perform at HSU See story on page 4 Padres Tigers square off in World Series. See story on page 6 t iiTl c i . DSA MP C D) CJK Volume 72 Number 4 Abilene Texas of Hardin-Simmons University Tuesday October 16 1984 Shields named head Logsdon adds academy Solemn scene (photo by David Kent) Debbie Byram (left). Lanette Lynch. Bruce Bennett and Linda Carol Sparkman react to Kevin Mitchell (center) after he has a nervous breakdown In Neil Simon's The Prisoner of Second Avenue which opens tonight In HSU's Van Ellis Theater. The Prisoner of Second Avenue Neil Simon play to open tonight at V.E.T. The Prisoner of Second Avenue a Neil Simon comedy opens tonight at HSU's Van Ellis Theater. Directed by Dr David Buratti director of Van Ellis Theater the play deals with a couple Mel and Edna Edison who is "besieged by the city." Buratti said. Services of the city threaten to go on strike the neighbor...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 16 October 1984

Page 2The BrandTuesday October 16 1984 oped opinioneditorial FORUM By Barry Tyler Vice President for Admissions and Financial Aid The world In which we live is becoming more violent by the day. Therefore having a stong national defense should be a lop priority of any president In the White House. During the last four years President Reagan has given this country the one thing It needed most of all the world-wide respect lost during the Carter ad- ministration. All areas of defense In this country have been strengthened during this time. Russia Is well aware of the president's stand on world peace and his hard line approach to agresslve activities. However regarding nuclear weapons it Is my opinion that Russia will never come to terms with the United States to stop the production of or to dismantle nuclear weapons already built. Even if nuclear disarmament was mutually agreed upon could anyone In this country sleep soundly confident that Russia was keeping up with their end of the ba...

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