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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1986

Friday Feb. 14 1986The BrandPage 5 Cowboys play opening with Tech By John Bradshaw The 1986 version of Cowboy baseball takes to the field today at 2 p.m. when they take on Texas Tech in a double-header. This years squad looks strong with eight of nine starters return- ing from a Trans American Athletic Conference Western division title winner. With a good recruiting year adding depth and much experience under their belts the Cowboys are looking for an unprecedented season. "If this group plays as a team and up to their potential there's no reason why they can't win 40 games (60 games scheduled)" says head coach Larry Martin- dale. Returners include Ail- American Steve Arias who led the club in hitting at a .41 1 clip third baseman Joe Piazza 1.267 7 H.R.) second baseman Greg Golden (289) and first baseman Dickinson and Sif lord Three Hardin-Simmons women soccer players received post-season honors in January. Leading scorer Peggy Sifford was named to the NAIA All- Region 2nd team. Se...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1986

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Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 March 1986

Wto CTSR Q ." i amra HSU trustees vote for f85-'86 Cowboy Tennis drastic cuts in athletic season underway program I Page 6 B Page 4 ipi vn ii myv f Volume 73 Number 10 V i U1HM l ' MiBKffi' . Jl E. WMiHI V i nl P IMP .4 ? ' V Both Bides of the tabic Dr. Arthur Hebron head of the Department of General Business and professor of management looks over some business reference material in Richardson Library. On the right Cary Tolar Research Center serves HSU By Laura Bearrie Hardin-Simmons University's Fairleigh Dickinson Research Center has been molding itself for the last 14 years. Back in 1972 NASA issued a research grant to Dr. Terry Foster and Dr. John Brewer both HSU professors to do some work on the Viking Project. From 1972 until the successful landing of the Viking spacecraft on Mars in 1976 Dr. Foster and Dr. Brewer proved their research skills to be progressive and ac- complished. So accomplished in fact that at the conclusion of the Viking Project NASA continued to fund HSU wi...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 March 1986

Friday .March 71986The BrandPage 2 mmmmm' W3 Letter from the editor IHf Mr """ f Dear Readers Earlier this semester I had an experience of staying up the entire night to finish the paper so it could be out on time whenever that is. I vowed after that night to never do anything stupid like that again. Well I kind of did and kind of didn't break my promise to myself. This time fell asleep on one of the pages for a couple of hours. Fortunately I didn't drool on the page. Ah the exciting and fast-paced world of college journalism. I don't know if this column here qualifies as journalism or anything else but the rest of the paper is as journalistic as we can manage. This week we tried to eliminate 38 many of the typos as we could find without going stark raving mad. I wonder if the effort we made was worth it? Some people ask me why I don't write a real editorial like why we should feed the world or something similar. I really don't know besides the fact that I have always had a problem ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 March 1986

Friday March 71986The BrandPage 3 Behrens director Fran Abbott resigns Editor's note: The following arti- cle is the first in a series focusing on the people behind the scenes at HSU and who are a part of mak- ing the Forty Acres special. Having come with great an- ticipation in April of 1985 as Behrens Hall Dormitory Direc- tor Fran H. Abbott has decided to resign from her position. The Springfield Mo. native explained her arrival at her posi- tion as a matter of consequences. She added that her occupation as a "dorm mother" met specific needs in her life. "They're just like my very own" she said in reference to the girls with whom she had become acquainted. "The girls here have fulfilled a need for me." Abbott continued elaborating on the loss of her family through death and adulthood as that which brought about her need. Prior to her position as Behrens Hall Dormitory Direc tor Abbott cites herself as having Check it out Itza Pizza employee Curtis York checks out the progress of ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 March 1986

FridayMarch 71986The BrandPage 4 Notables Prize winners were announced during the opening reception of the HSU Student Competition running from March 2-21 in the HSU Art Gallery. Winning "Beat oi Show" was Garry Townsley HSU senior for his mixed media painting "Innocence" visually addressing the effects of nuclear war. First place 2-D media also went to Garry for a mixed media work entitled: "Pain." Second place 2-D media went to Eric Llndgren for an acrylic painting humorous- ly titled "Crimes of Fashion." First and Second awards in 3-D media both went to Tom Guffey HSU senior for his trompell oil ceramic sculptures "Back to Wyoming" and "Psalms 103:10." The juror this year was Michel Demanrhe nationally recognized mixed media artist from DallasFt. Worth whose work is shown regularly in Los Angeles and New York City and has been included in a curated show at the Whitney Museum New York Ci- ty. HSU's International Students will present a program during HSU chapel services Tuesday. H...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 March 1986

. One more time... . II liVfl 1 jL w ITa J IT I Jf i""C9 HUfS Pj ME I m ; JlqEl?tSBte- Trustees vote for By Rose Herrera Due to an NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) convention mandate Hardin- Simmons University trustees voted to terminate the women's basketball men's volleyball and men's cross-country programs in its meeting last Friday. The key issue in the trustees' decision was that HSU could not meet the reguirements to remain in NCAA Division I conference. According to Dr. Ross Johnson vice-president of stu- dent development and HSU athletic director there were two basic reasons for the cuts: The NCAA passed a rul6 in January that reguires the women's team to play all games against Division I schools-this provides that the team play a minimum of 27 games with only four against traditional rivals. Johnson said "We would have to put a lot more money into travel and scholarship. This would mean doubling the budget." Secondly Johnson cited the non-existence of the wom...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 March 1986

FridayMarch 71986The BrandPage 6 Cowgirls bid adieu to women's b-ball By Frank Rose Monday night was not only the last game of the 1985-86 season for the HSU Cowgirls but it marked the last women's basket- ball game for HSU. On the Friday before the game the HSU trustees voted to drop women's basketball. They also voted to drop cross country and men's volleyball. It would have been nice to end the era with a victory but the Cowboys were on the court with a strong Oral Roberts Unlverstiy team. Being affected the most will be those players who still have eligibility left and only compete in basketball. If they hope to fur- ther their college basketball careers they will be forced to transfer to another school. Basically they will have to start all over again. HSU takes on TCU By Frank Rose The Hardin-Simmons baseball team saw its record fall to 5-11 Monday as they dropped both games of a double-header to Texas Christian University. The Cowboys got a good outing from Curtis Raby who pi...

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 — 20 March 1986

of HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY Volume 73 Number 1 1 Abilene Texas Thursday March 201986 UPSSR . VI 1 ' ST iWI v Students are gathered around the ballot box in front of the Stu- dent Congress office in Moody Center where voting took place for Student Congress president. Brian Swiggart defeated Jeff Ballenger in what proved to be one of the most colorful and High School Weekend Students enjoy HSU visit By Clif Mclntush High School Weekend brought in 185 high school students to participate in activities at HSU last Friday and Saturday. High School Weekend is a recruiting drive sponsored by the HSU Admissions Office and the Student Foundation. Dale Mix- on assistant director of admis- sions said she was very pleased with this year's venture. The 118 women and 67 men mostly high school juniors and seniors participated in a variety of activities throughout the weekend. High School Weekend started Friday night with a concert by Andrus and Blackvood at Behrens Chapel followed by an Library di...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 March 1986

Thursday March 201986The BrandPage 2 Cowboys "treeing" wins By John Bradshaw "TREEEEE!" seems to be a popular phrase around the HSU baseball diamond these days. Taken from the popular Morris Day song "Oak Tree" the Cowboys are treeing (treeing is a term for a spectacular play on either offense of defense) quite a lot lately. By latest count the 'Boys have won eight straight and 15 of their last 16 games. This is more than just a hot streak this may be the best Cowboy baseball team ever Before the season Coach Larry Martindale had said that if this squad played as a team they could beat almost anybody. And they have just about beat everyone including the number one ranked Texas Longhorns a sweep of the Baylor Bears. Other victims of the current streak in elude Lubbock Christian College Southwestern Cameron and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The only loss in the streak was a 2 1 extra inning loss to TCU. The latest victim and first con- ference foes UALR went down last Mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 April 1986

HSU student to repeat fund- I raising bike ride for diabetes I Page 3 I Cowboys take TAAC Western Division championship Page 4 Volume 73 Number 12 tlS National HSU WilfW v;K V I ' ""ill iSf SE v ?SB HSW r hfe 1 I iVNk. V 4AK r- ' Sri KB H. "m wPfm. Jill I Calling America HSU's annual Rupert N. Richardson National Phonathon began last Monday and will continue until April 17. As of Thursday the calling had raised over $40000. The goal for this year is $95000. HSU's Research Center hosts Oil experts meet in Abilene By Rose Herrera In order to establish a state-of the art technology for the current status of Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) research ap proximately 150 researchers and engineers from Canada England Romania Red China and Australia met in Abilene last week for a three-day workshop sponsored by HSU's Fairleigh Dickinson Research Center. MEOR researcher and head of the Energy Division of the Research Center Jeanette King coordinated the event. She ex plained that extens...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 April 1986

.- Monday April 141986Th BrandPage 2 Letter from the editor . -.k ' . km W il If U 1 m W F J - y 5 - fl i Lp- ssVT" nT'sJLlMslUF y A 4t B W a xfiraXMr sssCTIi flklWl 1 l M .Mi' ' j-sFflfffflfiSgstFM ujroi orwMpnt&uaff . -X iuwK6BrESe ssssssssissssssiBJBSissMSBAewSMMSsesi I llri ii .U-afci3fcM ? c S-afiJHRii mwW Sir lSS OWONTHt f tfOSUft bat Well we're back. Sure remember us the newspaper. Surely you remember that gigantic special edition before Spring Break. I knew I could jog your memories. It has been a long time since we last talked or actually that I talked to you the reader. Once again I must give ultimate thanks to the super people in University Press for their never-ending cooperation and patience In helping us put the paper together. Thanks also to our printer for put- ting up with our flexible deadline. Now for something completely different. I have one more semester left in my school career but don't ask me what I'll be doing or where I'll be in a year. I've had vision...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 April 1986

Monday April 141986Th BrandPage 3 STAFF FOCUS Secretary enjoys new job By Rose Herrera Having been employed with Hardin Simmons University since February of this year Moody Center secretary Donna Lehrmann finds fulfillment in her Interaction with the students. Married and mother of four Lehrmann describes her interests as being sewing arts and crafts and gardening. Aside from these things she explained that she en- joys sports citing in particular basketball and track. Lehrmann aids in sponsoring the Cowboy Activities Commit- tee (CAC). She explained that in coordina- tion with Jerry Joplin Director of Moody Center she also helps to sponsor Married Student Ac- tivities. "We hope." she said "to Bike ride to raise money 2nd Annual Ken Minnie Bike-a-Thon By Mark Kegans HSU junior Ken Minnie will attempt to repeat his fund-raising bike ride from Beeville Texas to Abilene this summer to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDF). Beeville Is Minnie's home town. Last summer Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 April 1986

Monday .April 141986Tha BrandPag 4 Him Si B r '" BmEHK jjH -4 " xtBai jkffiSmaaMBtHliiK J aJ .ssssis ssiiaah JIW wtftffl fl If -tfflfl HW sssW I V Tennis action Playoffs set for April 24-25 Cowboys win Going into the four game home stand with Centenary the Hardin-Simmons Cowboy baseball team had to win three out of the four games to clinch the western division of the TAAC. The Cowboys took all four games from the Gents. The Cowboys took Friday's doubleheader 10-2 and 11-5 behind a strong performance at the plate by Greg Golden. On the day Golden went 4 for 4 scored four times and knocked in five runs including a three-run homer in the second game. John Kross was on the mound for HSU in the opener. He went Cowboys win some lose one By Frank Rose The Hardin-Simmons soccer won the first HSU Invitational last Saturday when they defeated Southwest Texas State 2-0. The Cowboys got to the final game with a 10-0 drubbing of Abilene Christian Universtity. The scoring for HSU was pretty well ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 May 1986

GRADUATION ISSUE- of HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY Volume 73 Number 13 Abilene Texas May 71986 Honorary doctorate to be given Dr. T.W. (Jack) Dean retired dean of the Hardin-Simmons University School of Music will receive an honorary doctor of humanities degree at HSU's com- mencement Saturday May 10. Dean's selection for an honorary degree was announced April 30 by Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher HSU president. Dean retired from HSU in 1981. He was dean of the HSU School of Music from 1967 until his retirement. His association with HSU goes bark as fat as 1941 when he was head of the theory department and an organ instructor. He returned to the campus after two years in the U.S. Navy and left in 1955 when he became head of graduate studies at Southwestern Baptist Seminary School of Music Fort Worth. He returned to the Abilene campus from Southwestern Seminary. Dean's honors and recogni- tions include many special com- missions to write music for significant radio television and religious occasio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 May 1986

Wednesday May 61986The BrandPaae 2 "The Unconcerned Generation? Letter from the editor By Mark Kegans Recently I received this letter in my mail and it really hit home because for the last few weeks I have been searching for some way to express these same feel- ings: Dear Editor What has happened to today's college student? It seems as though they just don't care. They don't care about the world situation or the things that are going on in the U. S. Talk to them about the world situation or one of the crisis in our own country and you won't get much of a response. But talk about clothes shoes or cars and you'll get a big rise out of students. Is it Just this campus or the materialized society we live in to- day? There has been a complete transformation from just 20 years ago. In the 60's college Notables Dr. George Knight is the new president of the HSU faculty. He succeeds Dr. Delores Washburn professor of English. Knight is Cook-Derrick Professor in New Testament and Greek and has...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

ten Bookstore goes to new management. Read Story Page 3 THE VOLUME 74 NUMBER 1 ft ' A 1 Ml I ilk "31 Kiln builder Robert Howell HSU professor of art stands next to the gas fired kiln HSU's new Frost Center for the Visual Arts. Art building is almost Hardin-Simmons has begun this year with a new art building. The Visual Arts building is 24000 square feet which is a wonderful improvement com- pared to last year's 7000 square feet said Ira Taylor head of the art department. The building is equipped so each area has its own work space and also so the teachers' offices can be in the same area as the students. The professors expressed a desire to remain close to the students so the plan of the art building included a student and reception lounge without a faculty lounge. This year's art building has a special kiln in it. The kiln was UPS donates money to three Hardin Simmons University Abilene Christian University and McMurry College are three of 29 institutions of higher learn- ing that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

The HSU Brand September 25 1986 Page Two OPINIONEDITORIAL Soapbox By Scotta Morris AeeAtBaBeeaeBseaKBAsssaHSaagBaem m mmMJLmmmiM)m0mmm IB sV1 Today in our fait paced society It seems we do not have time for anything. We have Polaroid camaras Cliff Notes and instant oatmeal. We tend to go for the easier way of doing things and sadly this pat- tern has followed through in our relationships. We do not accept people as individuals any more. Jocks are all hands no intelligence. Blondes have more fun. Lawyers will do anything for a buck. There are a million ways to generalize but let's try to hit a little closer to home. If we join a fraternity or sorority we have to consider what kind of reputation goes along with it. The girls say they won't go out with a certain guy because he is in- volved in a certain athletic event. What about the "religious freaks"? Certainly they never do anything but go to revival meetings and shout "Praise God!" as they pound their 10 pound Bible. Of course ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

The HSU Brand September 25. 1986 NEWS Page Three Fourteeri j'oin faculty New teachers come to HSU Fourteen new faculty members have joined the Har- din Simmons University (or the 1986-87 school year. These chosen members are shown at an orientation conducted by Dr. Ronald A. Smith vice preside n for academic affairs. Dr. Barbara Bristow On begins responsibilities as a visiting professor of nursing in the baccalaureate of nursing in science degree program. She graduated magna cum laude from California State Col- ege with her B.S.N degree in 1978 and received her M.S.N degree from Washington D.C.'s Catholic University in 1981. In May of 1986 she received her Ph.D. in nursing from Texas Woman's University in Denton. Dr. Vera L. Simpson retired associate professor from Texas Tech University joins HSU as visiting professor of Speech Communication. She received her bachelor's degree in 1962 from Texas Technological College in Lub- bock and her master's degree in 1965 from Texas Tech Unive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

September 25 1986 Page Four NEWS Notables The HSU Brand Veronica Dickinson was named to raceive national recognition as an outstanding studentathlete by the National Association for Sports and Physical Education. Dickenson is a physical education and computer science major and has a 3.65 grade point average. She is an outstanding athlete in both women's basketball and soccer aid Dr. Merlin Morrow The award was announced at the National Convention of the American Alliance of Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance in Ohio last April. She received the award April 14 at the School of Education awards presentation. Dr. Lawrence Clayton pro- fessor of English and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences is a member of the panels in the Governor's Sesguicentennial Conference on the Literary Arts to be held at North Texas State University in Denton on Sept. 25-27. Other members of Clayton's panel include novelists Elmer Kelton and Ben- jamin Capps. Host for the ses- sion is Art Hend...

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