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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 14 November 1983
Snorts Unlimited Hicks and Cowgirls set for Texas A & M The Cowgirl basketball team features bottom row left to right: Belinda Adams Gwen Gray Dale Pieper Shari Miller Patricia Beach and Norma Frazier. Top row: Coach Renee Hicks Robbie Clifton Mindy Walton Andrea Moore Debbie James Alice Caroland Brenda Lang and Assistant Coach Steve Post (photo by Darren Wickham) Mfoft Casflt Castle Burgers H (Spiced ground beef chili H cheese lettuce on ham- m burger bun) H 299'piustx I 'Homemade hottauce H upon Request ' H aJmlt 10 with this coupon M UCtl C I. 1 1 OOOQ " Corndogs 5$1 plu lav NO LIMIT Good with any other- coupon EXCEPT All drink discounts. Expires U2883 u I Expires 112883 Footlongs (Chili Mustard Onions) 99' plus tax LIMIT 10 Chili Kraut or Plain H Hotdogs J (Free toppings: mustard mayo relish onions ket- chup) M Cheese 10' extra on each MOIIMIT Cheese 20 Extra Good with any other 299 plus tax :upn EXCEPT All drink I uiscuums. Good with any other coupon EXCEPT All drink discou...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 14 November 1983
Sports Unlimited KPO whiffleball's best After 27 hours of tournament play Kappa Phi Omega alias AL East won the intramural whlffleball tournament by beating the Wallbangers 6-0. The Wallbangers took the tournament an extra game by winning the first contest 8-4. In the nightcap Andy Stephens hac six RBI's for AL East. However the Wallbangers were playing their fifth con- secutive game. Their exhaustion was apparent as they didn't play the calliber of ball they did in the other games. In the first game the Wallbangers scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to erase a 4-3 AL East lead. Scott Harris had two RBI's on a single with men on second and third. In the nightcap Andy Stephens jumped on a Roger Sands pitch and knocked in two runs. Stephens dodged the throw at him and scored to give AL East all the runs they would need. Stephens was named MVP of the championship game with David Blake Mike Anderson Steve Post Jay Baker Scott Tibbells Robert Crouch and Dar- rell Anderson joini...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 14 November 1983
Sports Unlimited feiSV fjnii WE! KH tSA! 'H n fastbreak jimmy pogue Seeing the recent outburst of violence In the NBA (something like ten fights in the first two weeks of play) I decided to trace violence In sports to Its origin. I found violence In sports beginning with the cavemen. With their primitive baseball bats the cavemen had such great teams as the No Sox the Grunts and the Wheels. However this league became frustrated because the baseball wasn't invented until some 4000 years later and they began -using their bats to beat each other's heads with. Modern day cave technology enabled spikes to be put on the bats so that batting averages could be kept by the number of heads on the spikes. From the cavemen organized sports found Its way to the first great civiliza- tion the Roman Empire. The Romans had the first civilized sport their version of the Kentucky Derby. Well the races got old and something had to be done to save the sport. Thus chariot drivers got involved in the act...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 14 November 1983
Pan Pizza's "In" At MENALDI'S PIZZA HOUSE cX u If you're looking for a panful of the best deep dish pizza you'll ever taste try our Pan Pizza! We could go on forever describing its great flavor but we've picked some choice words that say it all... 'The Pizza that Delivers" South Side Location - 695-1831 North Side Location - 676-5716 -4. Vv P $3.00 OFF any Sheet Pizza Not valid with any other coupon. Expires March 31 1984 L i CHS
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
CONTENTS First Snow by Steve Winkler' v !: f- v -y The first snow came not as large languid flakes slowly stilling the cold countryside but as furious taps driven by the wind against the panes of glass as the fire died. Snow usually tells of the arriving winter in the foothills of the North Carolina mountains but this year the leaves fell early to icy blows leaving cold air that could pierce the skin and a barren landscape. As a boy I felt cheated when the snow came late. In the old schoolhouse I would sit and wait as the frost cleared from the large windows. Then eager young pairs of eyes would drift outside for the slightest hint the smallest sign of white. When it did fall and settle into large drifts there were huts and forts made guarding attack and wars of balls and snow angels and sleds until the cold would sting our hands and neck. Then back inside we would trod shaking small drops of water from the scarves and caps to the brightly polished floor as we hung our coats on the ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
Vice President for Financial Aid and Admissions Man with a mission: Barry Tyler . Alri by Beth Longbotham Barry. Tyler formally the dean of students at Hardin-Simmons University has been named vice president for Ad- missions and Financial Aid. The units of Financial Aid and Admls- ' sions were combined to create a new area of administrative responsibility. Tyler's new position will include a wide area of student related services such as 5 admissions advising coordination and residual testing. Residual testing in- cludes the ACT LSAT GMAT and other scholastic testing for admission in- . to graduate school. Tyler is also working to develop a new student orientation program which will be improved and "beefed up" considerably. This can be accomplished without adding any addi- tional staff. Tyler said one major emphasis is to recruit students for HSU. There are three major marketing areas that are primary recruiting targets. There is a primary area a secondary area and an letters In this...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
ii mm hi i ! i .ii ii 'j'ii'" ;'ii Miiiiiwit''iiwiyiig.nHPffMBBH ifllH Commercialization has become a prime factor in the loss of emphasis on Christ's birth in recent years. It seems that no sooner are the Hallo- ween masks off the shelves than they are replaced by artificial trees twinkl- ing lights and glass bulbs. In spite of a secular world that holds Santa Claus to be the spirit of Christmas Hardin- Simmons makes a supreme attempt in adhering to a celebration of the miracle at Bethlehem. The annual Vespers which marks the opening of the Christmas season at HSU. is a service of praise in song and word. From the Hallelujah Chorus to the reading of the passages of scripture concerning Christ's birth it allows the campus to reexamine the meaning behind the holiday As the semester closes and finals draw near each night a tree by the pond will be lighted to remind the students of the reason for a Christian campus and the beliefs that it em- braces May the season hold the gifts spirit...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
Charlie Barns was on the horns-reindeer antlers he guessed-of a dilemma. On the day before Christmas his crew In fact all of the Electro-tel installation crews expected the afternoon off with pay. It was customary. The company absolutely prohibited such a practice but with crews scattered about at various job sites all across the country it fell to the supervisors to enforce company policy. Enforcement however was difficult since the installers were usually far from home and it had somehow become a tradition that they take Christmas Eve afternoon off to drive home tor tne holiday. Charlie pulled out the middle left-hand drawer of his desk and leaned back in his chair propping his left foot on the edge of the desk drawer and crossing his ankles. Looking down he suddenly noticed that his socks didn't match. One was blue the other green. He swung around quickly and shut his eyes for a moment then looked at the memo lying on the desk top. "All personnel will observe regular shifts on th...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
The HSU Dollar 1982-83 Where It Came From How It Was Used Academic Support 4 Tuition and Fees Auxiliary 34 Enterprises 19 Other 4 BGCT 9 Gilts and Endowment Grants Income 20 14 Institutional Support 18 Instructional 26 Auxiliary Enterprises 28 Other Expensos and Transfers 9 Student Servicos 4. Student Aid 7 Physical Plant Maintenance 6. Revenues $13128246 Expenditures and Transfers $13103280 HSU expenditures of tuition and fees As a speech project a survey was taken of HSU students to measure their knowledge of the university After tabulating the results it became apparent that there was a need to inform the stu- dent body as a whole about matters such as university funding and expen- ditures student fees and the Forging the Future Campaign Last year tuition and fees provided about one-third of incoming revenues All fees are based on the number of hours taken Through the book store and dorm expenses students also fur- nished most of the funding for auxiliary enterprises Thus the tot...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
Cowboys fall to OCU Brannon Craig led four Oklahoma City University players in double figures with 14 points and HSU couldn't over- come" a horrendous first half shooting percentage as the Chiefs beat the Cowboys in non-conference action 70-60. The Cowboys overcame 10 for 28 shooting from the field in the first half to end up 25 for 57 a 43.8 percentage. Vince Vlttatoe and Byron Strickland led the Cowboys with 13 points apiece. The Cowboys twice cut the lead to five points in the second half but the Chiefs put the game away with six unanswered points with under four minutes to play. Over the Thanksgiving holidays the Cowboys played in the Tip-Off Classic in Hawaii. In their first game the Cowboys played in a record four over- times before losing to the University of Hawaii. 92-86. Willie Maree erupted for 25 points and Byron Strickland chipped in 23 in 59 minutes of play. Jack Miller led all scorers with 28 points. In the consolation final the Cowboys lost to McNeese State. 87-72. F...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
Sports Unlimited SPORTS EXTRA: How the bowls shape up in 84 BP. -HHB nBH Cowboy Vince Vittatoe goes drives to the basket in Monday's cage action against the Oklahoma City Chiefs. Vittatoe was high point scorer for HSU with 13 points but it didn't help as the Cowboys lost 70-60 (Photo by Darren Wickham) (Drawer A fluidoso New Mexico 88345 505-257-9131 As the holidays approach one begins to think of the New Year's bowl games to be played this year on January 2. This is the way I see the bowl matchups: In the Orange Bowl the national cham- pionship game I think that Nebraska will manhandle Miami of Florida. Oklahoma came as close as anyone to beating the Huskers and now they will be out to prove they are number one. Nebraska 35 Miami 10. In this year's Cotton Bowl the Texas Longhorns will have to settle to be an undefeated number two team. Texas is a better team than Georgia but Georgia comes into this game with nothing to lose. Texas had better watch out or they will be upset. Texas 1...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
Sports Unlimited Athletes should use their talents wisely K uv 9Bpi I fastbreak jimmy pbgue With the coming of Christmas one immediately thinks of giving. God gave the ultimate gift in his son Jesus Christ. God gives us many other things too. To athletes God gives talent. Talent to an athlete is what makes htm run faster jump higher be stronger and have better coordination than most ordinary people. An athlete can do three things with his talent: he can sit on it he can build on it a little or he can give it back to God and have it multiplied. To the athlete who sits on his talent pressure becomes the worst word in his vocabulary. Oftentimes that pressure becomes too much for an athlete and he turns to drugs. Recently three members of the Kansas City Royals were arrested and sentenced to jail terms for attempting to buy coccaine. For two of them their careers are pro- bably over. In ten years who will remember that Jerry Martin and Willie Aikens were two of the most talented ballpla...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1983
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984
CONTENTS LXbHPBBBb aM'VABBBBV'JBBBBBBBBBBWlWMjiPI'VK HBBBKHBBr .irvHHBBB" kBHr BWK w BBBBBBBBi'BBBBlsBBBBBBBBBBBBBxB&-im k r- F..BBBBBBBBFvAFiB999999999999BvHK fPb AyAyAyi -f-'- -iS kHl .H-j. dhum' VBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB r sBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB v''tijJ w iuBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMmmi BbsbhIbbbHhbbbbbbbbbVhbbbbbbbbbbbbbR IK . .r i fcAgBtoMiiiiMi-toA..ZiiWEL-lit "vv"'''''1 rjp'! Ready for a dunk! Barry Tyler along with other brave souls volunteered to take a dunk' in the Election Carnival Booth. The Booth was set up to raise money to help renovate the Statue of Liberty. ARA sponsored a picnic and clubs set up various booths. Reata Is a non-profit campus news magazine published once each month during the fall and spring semesters at Hardin-Slmmons University. It Is published under the direction of the Department pf Mass . ... .' m . -tsyn . It . Communications Hardin-Slmmons University Abilene iexa3 yoyo serving as a laooraiory project and to some extent a ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984
MEW Government instigates change in financial aid policies L li A- by Cllf Mclntush staff writer All students are interested in the financial aid available at HSU and how that aid applies to them individually. To help students understand the intricacies of financial aid Barry Tyler vice presi- dent for financial aid and admissions discussed the changes and their affects on HSU students. Tyler explained that the greatest modifications in financial aid policy will be within the federally supported por- tion of the aid package. The Reagan ad- ministration is currently involved in reorganizing federal aid for college students. It is beginning to target aid aimed to help lower income and han- dicapped students. The most obvious example of this is the more stringent qualifications for receiving Title IV aid (Pell SSIG SEOG and student loans). It will become increasingly harder for middle income families to qualify for federal aid. According to the U.S. Secretary of'Education T.H. Bell the...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984
Western Heritage geared toward student activities In conjunction with HSU's Inter- collegiate Rodeo the third annual Western Heritage Day will take place from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Thursday April 19 on the HSU campus. The 'enative activities planned will In- clude several exhibits such as: calf- roping complete with demonstrations using a fiberglass calFs head cooking with the old fashion Dutch oven corn- plete with the chuck wagon branding boot making by Leddy's Boots hat making by Roberts Hat Shops and horse shoeing by Bubba Stahl. Two large oxen will also be on exhibit. To date 1750 Abilene school children will be attending. This is an in- crease over 500 from last year. "In addi- tion Hardin-Simmons students are par- ticularly invited" said Dr. Lawrence Clayton dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. "I think in the past HSU students felt this wasn't really for them." Clayton said he thought students help for the activities was greatly needed. ARA will provide the noon meal o...