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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 October 1994

The Brand October 13 1994 6 Arts & Entertainment an -j Dearly Departed Opens 1994-1995 Theatre Season DepL ef Theatre Release The Department of Theatre will open the 1994-1995 theatre season with Dearly Departed a comedy by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones on Oct. 13. Performances are Oct 13 14 IS 20 21 and 22 at 8 p.m. in Van Ellis Theatre. Demrfy Departed is about a fam- ily that lives in the South and the trouble that arises with the death of their father. The Turpin fami- ly comes together with the pass ing of their father Bud. The fam- ily members prove that living in the South is seldom tidy and always hilarious. As much as they try to pull themselves together for the funeral their own problems continue to over- shadow the solemn occasion. Lana Lyon plays Raynelle the mother while Jason Solis plays the father Bud and the old- est son Ray-Bud. Ray-Bud's wife Lucille is played by Sarah Minth. Mark DeLucia plays Junior the other son and Tiffany Boot prays Junior's wife Suzanne...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 October 1994

Sports 7 Cowgirls Raise Conference Record with Wins Over Wayland Dallas Baptist The Brand October 13 1994 by Trenton HUburn The Hardin-Simmons University Cowgirls defeated Wayland Baptist Tuesday night at the Mabee Complex in non-conference volleyball action 15-4 11-1515-77-1515-4. The Cowgirls 5-12 scored 12 unanswered points in the first game but it was the Lady Pioneers who came out with the second game victory after taking a 7-2 lead. HSU recooped their efforts in the third game and took a 8-0 lead. The Cowgirls fought off Wayland Baptist to win 15-7. But in the fourth contest the Lady Pioneers tied HSU with two victories a piece. In the final game the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Team Hardin-Simmons Austin College Howard Payne McMurry Midwestern State Sul Ross State Football W L 4 3 3 2 2 0 0 2 3 3 4 5 T 0 0 0 1 0 0 PF PA 173 24 74 188 83 73 132 140 103 140 71 151 Last Week - Howard Payne. 16 Sul Ross State 15 (non-conference); Midwestern State 19 Austin College 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 October 1994

The Brand October 13 1994 8 Sports Cowboys Shoot Down McMurry Indians for No 1 Ranking by Trenten HUburn With a sounding victory last Saturday at Shclton Stadium against cross-town rival McMurry University 42-0 'the Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys 4-0 proved they deserve to be ranked No.il .nationally in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. With the fall of previously ranked No. 1 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) last week and the Cowboys eighth straight win at Shelton Stadium they have recieved their chance to sit atop the hill of NAIA football. K KKJ mmmJmnnnWfS JmU-T " jGarf Deen (t9) sets up a Neck for Colli MeCermlck (5) whe e fades u McmturryX defender in rente to a 86-yeM touchdown reception. The catch set new scheoti record In the 41-0 victory. Picture by Trenten HUburn Two reasons for the Cowboys success are quarterback Kevin Beam and slotback Collin McCormick. Beam leads the TIAA in pass- ing and all-purpose yardage. He has completed over 65 percent of his pass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

HARDIN'SIMMONS TJ N n Tn f October 20 1994 Abilene Texas VoL 82 No. 6 Mexico May Term Exhibit Featured at Association of Texas College and University Presidents' Annual Conference by Dr. Teresia Taylor HSU's Sociology Social Work and Foreign Language 1994 May term in Mexico City was one of twenty-five exem- plary foreign studies experiences showcased at the recent meeting of the ATCU annual conference in early October. Twenty-five HSU students participated in the Mexico City studies in which the group toured Dr. Teresia Taylor sets up the HSU Trhdlsclplino Mexico May Term exhibit at the ATCU annual conference In early October. major historical and cultural attractions listened to local and HSU lectures attended the famous Ballet Folkorico and vis- ited the University Baptist Student Union students also experienced a wide variety of cuisine entertainment and local transportation ranging from mod- ern air transportation to the sub- way system of the world's largest city at rush hour! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

The Brand October 20 1994 2 Viewpoint The Brand Drawer P Rbilene TK 79698 (915)670-1438 Editor Laura Home Assistant Editor Advertising Manager Andrew Boss Arts & Entertainment Editor Paul Corder Sports Editor Josh Bowerman Assistant Sports Editor Trenten Hilbum Office Manager Jennifer Jordan Staff Writers Julia Allred Paul Confer Kimberly Cornutt Joy Evans Cody Martin Steph Olin J.T. O'Neal Colley Patton Frances Plymale Adviser Randy Armstrong The Brand is a non-profit campus newspaper published Thursdays during the long term except for holidays examination periods and other pre- announced dates. The Brand welcomes letters jto the editor and guest columns. bditorials and columns should contain the author's name clas- sification and telephone number. They should be typed and received one week prior to pub lication. They are subject to editing for libel news style spelling grammar and space limitations. Opinions expressed in The Brand are those of the editorial board or of the aut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

The Brand October 20 1994 Features 3 School Break Volunteer Projects Offer Opportunities in the U.S. and Abroad Global Volunteers Release Consider volunteering in a unique setting during school break and learn about another culture from a non-tourist per- spective. Several alternatives to the standard beach vacation are available during the Christmas holiday January and spring break. Opportunities for students to assist with domestic and interna- tional human development pro- jects are detailed in a free brochure from Global Volunteers a private non-profit organization working in Latin America Europe Southeast Asia Jamaica Tanzania and the southern U.S. All trips are one two or three weeks in length. Among the opportunities: work on a water system on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica December 17 to 31 1094; teach English at Tver University in Tver Russia January 6 to 29 1995; tutor children in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica March 4 to 18 1995; or help build homes or repair community bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

4 Features The Brand October 20 1994 JHfos tvom Mvlzxtou t British Campus of the University of Evansviile Grantham England : c Harlaxton Wins First Soccer Match with 4-2 Victory Over Grantham by DrJDan Cooper The Harlaxton football (soccer) team played their first match last week against a deter- mined team from Grantham College and pur guys came out on top by a score of 4-2! It was a .spirited match played on a. lovely sunshine afternoon with many student supporting the homefield team. Our own Josh Jones scored one of the goals and proved to be a potent force against the scrambling visitors! i Last Friday jiight was the second1 of three formal dinners during the semester that is served. in the Long Gallery; It is a ' favorite affair for the students as J they dress in their finest garb and enjoy a five course meal on fully decorated' candlelit tables with classical background music. We 1 we're joined for the evening by a- tour group fron) the Midwest that included several parents o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

The Brand ' October 20 1994 Features 5 HSyPMSSBJBB pSi$?SM8J!J SIGI (Continued from pg. 1) This week I learned a valu able lesson. Twice. Why can't we learn some things the first time? First late Monday night I heard a crash in my apartment I laid awake in stark terror for what seemed like an eternity lis- tening for whatever might be coming after me. When I didn't hear anything else I finally got up the courage to turn on the lights. I must have looked pretty funny tip-toeing through each room in my nightgown with a large wrench at the ready to strike whatever intruder had come in. I sure hope the neigh- bors did not hear me scream when that large bug jumped out at me. He was only trying to get vNAVVVVWwVSA &x i tiV Vt ' s SbbbtvBhkBESSbbbh ' v BTtlKlEBSlBSH HHH -:y.- 5 j rv -J I - ' H t f 1.'"?' t BSSK w iBaa U A BeI1z-! bHbbbbbbbsbbbh pBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl V-y .. J2. Jr Jki. v. ! WVWWAWWW i . && SAVE ' Vsrf Li? 'jas. 3 lllllttU '!). " U '.f . . -t.sV' n $ 40 qff lOKgdd rin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

6 Features The Brand October 20 1994 Should the Next President Be a Saturday Child? College Press Service Want a U. S. president who is industrious? Then maybe voters should check his or her birth cer- tificate says a Trinity University sociologist. In his study of 41 presidents Professor Michael Kearl says he has spotted trends among day of gug birth method of delivery and personality and temperament as detailed in the poem that begins "Monday's child is full of face..." Last summer Kearl was read- ing his latest issue of the Monthly Vital Statistics Report when he saw a graph illustrating the methods of American births by days of .the week. "I was amazed at the amount of weekly births" Kearl says. "Births on Saturdays and Sundays are way down compared to the rest of the week especially Caesarean births which are really on the rise. I guess doctors don't want to miss their golf games." Standing Firm Have you ever stopped to think of how insignificant we se$m compared to the vastnes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

The Brand October 20 1994 Arts & Entertainment 7 Radioland Murders: On the Air October 21 Universal Pictures Release Before television radio ruled the airwaves. Millions of listen- ers coast to coast tuned in each night for the kind of mystery comedy and romance they could- n't get anywhere else. It was exciting it was entertaining it was livc.absolutely anything could happen. And it all hap- pens...with a vengeancc.in the lightning paced romantic mystery-comedy Radioland Murders. On one fateful evening in 1939 WBN a fourth radio net- work is making its nationwide r liiliT k .r'W--17?. !r" I LT dr fly 4? HHBHHIH CL WMkBaBLArJMM";52SStB i the romantic mystery-comedy Radioland Murders. Pennv HtnAtrenm Im - - - w ---- wwv www traMf r uraarr masterson) has the near-impossible job of keeping everything under con- trol at a national radio network-and keeping her soon-to-be ex-husband Roger (Brian Benben)at arm's length. -Picture courtesy of Universal Pictures A Abilene Christian Schoo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 October 1994

The Brand October 20 1994 8 Sports Cowboys Drop from No. 1 to No. 3 Cowboys Fall to West Texas A&M 40-34 by Josh Bowerman The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys could not overcome five turnovers last Saturday as the team lost its' first game of the season to the West Texas A&M Buffaloes 40-34. The Cowboys took a drop from number one in this weeks' NAIA Div. II poll but still occupy a spot in the top five checking in at the number three slot. The HSU offense looked impressive early as they regis- tered the first score of the game with just 36 seconds gone in the first quarter. The initial Cowboy drive was capped with a six-yard touchdown scamper by senior running back Tommy Cupil. Cupil rushed for a season-high 202 yards on 27 carries garner- ing him TIAA Offensive Player of the Week honors. Rusty Oglesby added the extra point and HSU led 7-0. Following a WTAM touch- down the Cowboy offense cashed in again capping their second drive with i touchdown. Wide receiver Michael Dagg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

Homecoming Issue 1994 HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY t f v -jCT i -. y . . f si ?t?x3 Homecoming 1994-95 Queen's Court Nominees Selected HiH AiV B .2M ISC tow selected the following nominees for the 1994-95 Homecoming Queen's Court Clockwise from top right ere Julie Brown Cherish Bollinger Kimberly Adams Darcle Pittman and Shanda Blackwell. 'Photo by Charles Richardson Media Relations Release Hardin-Simmons University has selected five nominees for the 1994-95 Homecoming Queen's court. Cherith Bollinger is a senior from San Antonio. She is major- ing in speech-language patholo- gy and audiology and has a minor in psychology. She will graduate this December. Cherith is the daughter of Graham and Jerry Bollinger. Shanda Blackwell is from Amarillo and is majoring in psy- chology and minoring in Bible. She is a senior and will be gradu- ating in May 1995. Her parents are Ronald and Carolyn Blackwell. Darcie Pittman is a senior majoring in elementary educa- SING 1994 Features Four Productions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

2 Viewpoint Octohtr27f&4 The Brand Drawer P Abilene TH 79698 (915)670-1438 Editor Laura Home Assistant Editor Advertising Manager Andrew Boss Arts & Entertainment Editor Paul Corder Sports Editor Josh Bowerman Assistant Sports Editor Trenten Hilburn Office Manager Jennifer Jordan Staff Writers Julia Allred Paul Corder Kimberly Cornutt Joy Evans Cody Martin Steph Olin J.T. O'Neal Colley Patton Frances Plymale Adviser Randy Armstrong The Brand is a non-profit campus newspaper published Thursdays during the long term except for holidays examination periods and other pre announced dates. The Brand welcomes letters to the editor and guest columns Editorials and columns should contain the author's name clas- sification and telephone number. iThev should be typed and received one week prior to pub lication. They are subject to editing for libel news style spelling grammar and space limitations. Opinions expressed in The Brand are those of the editorial board or of the author and do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

The Brand October 27 1994 Features 3 HSU Bookstore Observes Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Moody Center Renovation Continues Ahead of Schedule by Laura Home The relocation of the HSU Booksore from the corner of Ambler and Hickory to Moody Center is just one of the many renovations Moody Center is currently undergoing. On Tuesday Oct. 17 HSU observed an official ribbon-cut-. ting ceremony in front of HSU Bookstore's new location in Moody Center. Abilene Chamber of .Commerce Red Coats were. present to congratulate Nathan l Terry Bookstore Manageer and HSU President Dr. Lanny Hall. HSU Bookstore .opened in Moody Center just in time for students to buy books for fall classes. Students faculty and staff have already seen other changes slowly overtake Moody Center as the Student Development Offices on the second floor of Moody Center were remodeled. "The second floor of Moody is essentially completed" said McCarry adding that the second floor only lacks some finishing touches and some furniture....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

I I 4 fFeatures The Brand October 27 1994 m ?. v . ApVt -j Center for Life Long Learning Offers Tour to Austin Lyric Opera f4$&U is conducting a charter on the bus. To register for the HSU campus from 6:30 to 9:00 $79.00 per individual or couple toidho the Austin Lvric Ooera tour or for further information. P.m. each evening when vou register at the door. ihJfetion of Faws on Sundav. contact the Center For Life Lone Refreshments will be provided. Tonics will include: social secu- M0 20 1994. Dr. Sylvia Learning at 670-1501. The registration fee- is only rity benefits; financial indepen- !p 'McCIain assistant professor of Enrollment is limited so register $59.00 per individual or couple dence; effects ymcc and diction at HSU will early. when you register in advance or (Continued on pg. 6) Distinguished Alumni Awards to be Presented at Luncheon Three HSU graduates will be in the spotlight on Friday Oct 28 as recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Awards at a luncheon in the Johnso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

' ! vi a .- . . - ' v.x Huns 1 V tmwil Beam Sets New Mil-Time Passing Mark for Cowboys BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBltBHBKBSPV8Ea9SHPttj9BBBH? jJBBK5ci5felBB 'amMm.isit jwa ' jar's xvi-ivB5'.flQS2?" i t I bfTrtfitenmburn r- In the last two yean as the starting quarterback for the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys Kevin Beam has . tldhesome remarkable things. peam after completing 22 of 33 passes for 215 ' yards against Sul Ross in Alpine last week has become the Cowboys ' career passing yardage leader - ii $195 yards. When you add the 22 yards rushing tie compiled against the Lobos Beam also becomes r theall-time jbtal offense leader with 5510 yards of tbtaj offense. ' ' ;" ''4It is an Incredible honor to break such a distin- guished record" said Beam.Tve just been realfor- fariate to have a real powerful offense to work with ' and jan offensive line that I have to give credit to." 4' 1rhe 'previous all-time passing yardage leader John "Model T" Ford had held the HSU record for '44 years? Ford compi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

.. . 2 Sports Extra 776? jfrwirf October27 1994 t& ft HSU Elects First Woman to Hall of Faml by Kevin Carson SID scored 2057 points as a four-year ball and baseball from 1946-50 East Texas. ? Charlotte Dehnel the all-time starter for the Cowgirls from Pat Bailey is fifth on the HSU A four-year starter in basket leading scorer in the history of 1977-81. She holds virtually career rushing list with 1573 ball Larry Wanes was the. lead- the Hardin-Simmons Cowgirl's every single season and career yards. He gained 996 yards in ing scorer for the basketball learn basketball program will join Pat record at HSU including record 1948 the eighth best in school his final two seasons (1949-50 Bailey Bob Sharp and Larry for most points in one game (46); history and earned second team 1950-51) and was the co-captain Wanes as the newest members of most points in a season (567 all-Border Conference honors in 1949-50. He also played base- the HSU Hall of Fame They will 1979-80); most field goals ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

'jaw ' Sports Extra 3 October 27 1994 i IT 1 1 T1H 1 1 n 1 1 A y-Sfr-- : -. 'wnT ? iafLiW ir 1 KleaV. . 1 K RiiiBHHMIMV V DTi-VaE. tSOK'?l'' 5 KfT x -- .H j - M K HK- J i H n afc Wrv -w e ! . A " V.- r 4 ' f V 7 V h'VAuM $&foZfAX&i fl$fAJI&. - -- v ' iv . .- ;-- " SPWfl This past week another sue- Amy Lightfoot. winners and participants for cessful version of the General Fitness: (Men) 1. making the second-annual event TimcxOccan Spray. Fitness Jason Radcliffc 2. Kevin a success. Week was held on the HSU cam- Cassidy 3. Shawn Bullock. Intramural football has run its pus. Events in the competition (Women) 1. Stephanie count again this year. The finals included a 100m swim a 30 DcBoom 2. Kim Adams 3. wUl be pUyed later this week. In minute walk and run a powcrlift- Tricia Thompson. the woman's final the Soccer ing contest a puntpasskick con test a staixclimber contest and a general fitness contest Winners in each of the divisions were as follows: 30 Minute Walk: (Men) 1. K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

4 Sports Extra ZZtZ.im linn HBmJmffilmm mm mm Cowgirl Soccer Parkins Liberator Receive All-Tournament Honors by Ryan Sheltett The girls soccer team trav- eled to Missouri this weekend to compete in a four team tourna- ment. The competition was stiff and they dropped two games. They played a tough game against Southern Illinois Edwardsville but lost 3-0. In the second game they lost 4-0 to the University of Missouri at St Louis. Both of these teams have superior numbers but the Cowgirls played hard and never gave up. A Hardin-Simmons laundry boy who asked to remain anony- mous said "The girls have worked extremely hard and we're proud of them." A pair of girls received all- tournament honors. Dawn Parkins a senior and Dawn Liberator a freshman. Parkins intimidated the opposition with her brutal slide tackles which broke one girl's leg. Dawn Liberator not only made the all- tournament team but also place high in the "Coolest Name Competition." The tournament broke a two game winning s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1994

The Brand October 27 1994 Features 5 First Ladies Course Examines Roles of America's Most Famous Wives College Press Service Even first ladies have embar- rassing days. Nancy Reagan's began when her tooth filling fell out and the White House dentist had to come and refill it at dawn. Later that morning a woman came for a meeting with the then-first lady. As Reagan stood up to show the woman out her wrap-around skirt unraveled and fell off. "I was standing there in my pantyhose and blouse" said Reagan chuckling. The former first lady shared this and other stories-including an anecdote about the Air Force One pilot who walked in on her in the bathroomwith members of a George Washington University's first ladies course last month. The course called The President's Spouse examines the duties and distinctions of the nation's most famous wives. In addition to studying the day-today responsibilities of the presi- dent's wife the course looks - - J ' ' . - .'..' - " ' " -.M' ' vvwvvvvvvvvvv...

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