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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

14 mi waMmgm sifm kIU -r -4 wisi!7Mr-xi7ju jms&- iSfct-U--- - by June Causey staff writer Texas will be 150 years old in 1986 and a celebration expected to reach na- tional and international levels is in store. The Sesquicentennial will celebrate Texas' independence from Mexico which was won in the spring of 1836. The Texas Sesquicentennial Com- mission was formed by the State Legislature in 1979 to coordinate the year-round celebrations throughout the state. The commission will help local groups plan Sesquicentennial events collect and share information on statewide occurrences and promote na- tional and international tourism for the 150-year anniversary. Visitors from the United States and abroad are expected to visit Texas in 1986 bringing in billions of dollars to the economies of Texas communities. The Commission also holds the right to declare a city a "Texas Independence Community." This distinction offers the authorization to use the Sesquicenten- nial logo and permissio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

The Hero by frank beesley The piebald gelding loped through the morning sunshine at an easy gait that most horsemen would find soothing a motion that could be absorbed in the waist and hips leaving the upper body free of lurches and jolts. Romaine D'Ar- cy however bounced forward and backward In the saddle holding himself stiff in opposition to the horse's pulsing strides chafing his knees thighs and buttocks against the saddle. D'Arcy's "six-foot-two-inch frame was elegantly clad in black trousers a gold- brocaded vest over a ruffled white shirt black string tie and a cut-away coat with velvet lapels. On his head a flat-brimmed hat sat perfectly square with his eyebrows. In his native New Orleans this year of 1871 D'Arcy would have been impeccably fashionable. D'Arcy looked at his shadow rippling across the grass and weeds at his left and straightened his back. At the top of the long rise they had been climbing D'Arcy reined in his horse and gazed over the partially-wooded valley b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

a short story rocky hillside and a deafening roar shook the leaves over D'Arcy's head. A hole suddenly appeared In the rim of his already bedraggled hat. The Comanches who had been eating by a small; fire In a clearing leaped to their feet and ran for their horses. The horses were tied in a grove of scrub oaks nearby. "Flrel" Loving bellowed. The men fired but by now a target was hard to find. Scrambling on the rocks of the steep slope D'Arcy finally got his feet back under him. In the process the sole of his left boot came loose. He joined the group at the edge of the Astonished Loving looked at the bloodless hole in D'Arcy's coat. "Are you all right?" "Oul yes I am fine." D'Arcy opened his coat and fished in his right vest pocket. "The arrow struck the deck of cards in my pocket." He pulled out the mangled deck-Ms favorite. "It seems to have quite ruined them" he mourned. "Man! You're mighty luck to be alive. So am 1. If you hadn't pushed me down that arrow would be in the middle ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

Come join the rodeo fun with contests entertainment and fun RODEO Hardin-Simmons University's 38th annual Intercollegiate Rodeo will be taking place Thursday through Saturday night April 19-21 at Carl Meyers Arena 2800 Grape Street. The colleges and universities expected to have entries in this year's rodeo are: Hardin-Simmons University Angelo State University Abilene Christian University Sul Ross Univ Western Texas College Ranger Junior College Midwestern State Univer- sity Cisco Junior College Tarleton State University Howard College Midland College Frank Phillips College Borger Junior College and Clarenden Junior College. Admission to the rodeo which will be held at 8:00 p.m. Thurs- day through Saturday and at 2 p.m. Saturday will be $3 for adults and $1.50 for students. HSU Students will be admitted free with their student ID's. Rodeo performers will participate in bareback riding saddle bronc riding bull riding calf roping steer roping barrel racing girls' breakaway roping goa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

One's career does not always relate to wishes... I have often wondered where certain students acquired their attitude concer- ning post-graduate jobs and career placement opportunities. Many students feel as though the world cannot function without them that they will have to be very selective in choosing the right jobfbecause there will be so many available) that in effect the prospective employer is holding his breath until he does qraduate and that the world owes him something for being the knowledgable and talented person that he is. While it may be true that the student has climbed to the top of his class and has amassed a head full of knowledge he has been blinded to the fact that the "real world" is totally different than the microcosm atmosphere at HSU. I find it amusing how confident some students are especially freshmen who when asked what their major is automatically reply "I'm a Pre-Med. major and I plan to get a job at M.D. Anderson in Houston" or "I am going HSU studen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

When do athletes retire? fastbreak jimmy pogue One of the things I hate to see most in sports is when an athlete gets too old to compete on the level he once played. Why don't athletes retire when their name is still synonymous with greatness? I will always wonder why Muhammed AH didn't retire after winning back the heavyweight championship for the third time. Ali in his prime was the greatest fighter of our time. Yet my last memory of him was seeing an old fat man get beat to pieces courtesy of one Larry Holmes. Now Hojmes is a great fighter but he would have been no match for Ali in his time. However Holmes will probably retire when he wins his 50th fight without a defeat and will go down as the greatest fighter of modern times. 1 think of Pete Rose still playing baseball at the age of 42. Pete says he has the body of a 20 year old but evidently his last two employers didn't think so. Rose was not asked to come back to Philadelphia's training camp and no one picked him up until th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 3 April 1984

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

WRLD TRAVEL ISSUE

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

U L it I it ? s I ' I'' - $ v-v k ' y.y. 4 ( 4f ; --t'-1 ...-. t ... . CONTENTS (. LLLLLLLLLLHLLLLLLsssI -LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLssssl 1 -; ' - J." .' fi . i of-''' ''"' (' ' jt '' ' ' K . ' ' . "- ' vi-y ABOUT THE WORLD TRAVEL ISSUE ' v One of the primary functions of an institution of higher learning Is to expand the horizons of all those "who are under its influence. Although thc.tradltional learning environment' Is in the confines of four walls learning can be enhanced by combining the excitement of travel with the challenge of the classroom. J Travel has long been an integral pari 01 the Hardin-Simmons University experience. This fine tradi- tion was never so .evident as this past summer A number of faculty staff and students took advantage of various travel and study. opportunities throughout the worid to promote good will and better understanding through academic endeavor. v..v r - The WorldTravel Issue Is an attempt by the REATA staff to feature these wonderful trips for those of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

wm THE REATAOttober '19fcHP$3 Jf . OP w W ; & f.y"" ? . . ED !.. V -. '..-. TKt WCT MS MtoWH W6 ferrNK tomtit--the rowa-wirm YWSMCOHGTCNH0 - a 'H ft International travel Is a wonderful thing. Those who have made trips out of the country know what I mean. In this Issue of THE REATA four separate trips have been highlighted. I'm sure'1 each student who went to either Europe England- Mexico or Israel could write hisher own story about what occured but at least HSU students faculty and staff . now have a clearer picture of HSU sponsored summer trips. Having lived In a foreign country I realize how much another culture has to offer. ' I'm sure none of the students who went on a foreign trip over the summer will ever be the same due to the stark differences In culture of Mexico for example and the United States. s There are many pros to studying In a foreign country. First It opens a new world one which had only been found on the pages of a book. In the opening of this new world one e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

R I) Pag4THE REATAOctober 1984 EUROPEAN TOUR Story Photos by Charles Richardson ' The. 1983-1984 Hardin Sim- mons University Cowboy Band 43-membcrs strong left a wave of goodwill In churches and other places it performed during Its 16-day European tour. The band left for Europe on May 8 and returned to Texas on May 24. It Is the first time the band has gone on an overseas trip In 21 years. The last trip Was to Japan In 1963 as part of the "New Life Movement." Sponsors of the trip with a Baptist evangelistic emphasis were the Men's Department of the Baptist World Alliance the 800-member HSU Cowboy Band Foundation made up of alumni of the musical unit the university and families of the men in the band. '"Though cultures may differ people seemed to be basically the same everywhere we went" says -Bobby E. Cox a four-year Cowboy Band member who received a bachelor's degree In ac- counting three days before the band's May 8 departure for England France Switzerland and West Germany. "Bapti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

THE REATAOctobcr 1984Page 5 WSHL ' r U 1 i 'V if ".''$' The 1984 Hardin-Simmons University Overseas Study Program i ' t ji' jmctS j Tfcfc jAif p&St i ntf IbbbH n 1 "tJmpiwli'1 n -LXmm I ..TBI 'kHK ji MMtfMffl9xu&cxJHQiH.MkVV A Yeoman Warder in traditional regalia perhaps contemplates the beauty of the grounds surroun- ding the Tower of London. ..irfft MHJ& II -v 5 rEdBrf 11 V rs'l'l V ' f VBBBBi M BBBBB ...iff wM iW IE IK I ijBBniABifTTWMHlliBihfliMiB IbbbM.'' ' ' .P I HV "'''jr' 3ftr -"A. Westminster Abbey with its square twin towers superb archways and Early English Gothic splenders Is one of the greatest examples of ecclesiastical architecture on earth. GREAT BRITAIN An exterior view of King's College Chapel con- sidered to be of the most architecturally perfect buildings in the world. StoryPhotos by Frank Beesley The red-haired Yeoman Warder (Beefeater) stood straight as an English oak before the group In the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula his uniform coat draping hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

THE REATAOctober 1984Page 7 W si i S'Ml BBM HllHflH ;' -j' was t 'v' alB && -' - liiH H iB0 I ' ' MlHI ; ' $ The HSU tour group on the steps of Blenheim Palace at Woodstock. The magnificent structure was presented by a grateful English nation to their most admired warrior the first duke of Marlborough in 1704. . i1 ' " . iJLMff bb JmBmbBBBHmEjKbBmih t? TT Yrti Cwtm MWJ WkJM MB MtfZraa HBIi CCwrjJ HflLff ( tf; 4 1? r.T) iH Hi" kwcIc 4&uiK2iMKHH9MlHHHflHflHE2iUB it lNff(flfi0pApAjBKvBB0VttBjjPVfljBnBP2 IZS yN YdBBBBBBBBBBBiBBHflBBHk vfl sBf jsBiB"toKw kJt l vfi "f J iHHHH vlHPHBHHHHilflnnTCflnMf BjBBPSSbi- i jk. BB T i Dr. Larry Brunner stands on the edge of what was once a moat surrounding the various structures that comprise the Tower of London complex. mffiHllBBKBWBTdr syiniHiii: fe HlflBraney I BW?SsHBiHB5MBBMSag8B3BBwBwwiwJSrW The Houses of Parliament s viewed from the River Thames. Both the Houses of Commont and Lords are set In the formerly royal palace of Westminst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

wm THE BEATAOctober 1984Page 9 MEXICO StoryPhotos by Frank Bcesley i V Using my rudimentary Spanish I had asked the waitress In VIP'S Restaurant In Mexico City to fill our thermos with coffee for the six- hundred mile trip back to Monterrey first leg of our Journey back to Abilene. She responded with a string of light-speed Spanish but didn't move toward the coffee urn. I looked blank. Finally she gave me a weary why-me Lord look and said "Oh okay" and went for the coffee. While she was gone I pieced together enough of what she'd said to realize that she wanted to save the coffee for sit-down customers. The breakfast rush was on. Embarrassed as I was I didn't refuse the coffee when she brought It. I begged her pardon pleaded Ignorance took the coffee and beat It chalking up another lesson In Spanish language and Hispanic culture. I was In Mexico with seven other students and two professors who left Abilene In an HSU vanon May 6th for two weeks of study the ob- ject being to learn Sp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

wrn Page 10THE REATAOctober 1984 ISRAEL Story by Missy ToombsPhotos by Raimundo Penaforte During the summer while most students were working or spen- ding their time In other ways seven HSU students were atten- ding field school for Archaeology In Capernaum Israel. The adventure took place May 25-July 6. David Haley Edgar Rivera David Garza Larry Wheeler Wayne Oglesby Carolyn Brooks Raimundo Penaforte and Dr George Knight spent five weeks on the site In ac- tual excavations. Afterwards Dr. Knight and several others stayed an extra week and a half to tour archaeological sites in Jerusalem. Dr. Knight has worked with this program before and was asked to sponsor this archaeological ex- pedition. Other sponsoring col- leges and universities Include: Notre Dame University of British Columbia Pepperdlne University Averett College of Virginia and the Israeli Department of Anti- quities. Dr. Knight sees this as a very good experience for young ar- chaeologists "This gives students exposure ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

wo THE REATAOctober 1984Page 11 EUROPEAN TOUR In both places the bandsmen ex- changed greetings and sang several number directed by Ron Harden. Families hosted the bandsmen and sponsors and new friendships were formed. Rhein-Maln Air Base West Germany-After the Cowboy Band finished Its chapel concert at the base on May 22 Chaplain David Park a former Pecos and El Paso resident asked that "The Eyes of Texas" be played. "Some people may think of It In religious terms and others in secular" Park said. After the bandsmen played the tune familiar to Texans In the audience Park a Southern Baptist and graduate of Baylor University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary said "Some of us have had a religious experience." In the audience at the chapel at Rheln-Maln were Col. and Mrs. Gene Hollrah former com- mander of the 772nd Tactical Airlift Squadron at Dyess Air Force Base and their 21-year-old (cont. from page 4) son Pat a student at Texas A&M University. On the flight line ba...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 23 October 1984

Page 12THE REATAOctober 1984 .ii i - Welcome back HSU to a new school yea and a NEW convenient place to eat. . .The Wes-T-Go Convenience Store Deli. Help us celebrate the Grand Opening of our all new Deli Thursday Oct. 4 Friday Oct. 5 & Saturday Oct. 6 with a 2 for 1 special. Select any of the deliriously prepared meats or vegetables and receive a second one for FREE It's 2 for the prfce of 1. V V v 4 Go by Deli directly acrossfrom uo .t . cin pntrance on aSeckOutmeir 2 for i ma " Texas Taters King size potato wedges Fried Chicken 2 piece snack pack 9 piece family pack Chicken nuggetts Individual pieces h '& - ' W ijl ' lf ! . .. .J. k'fV . '"' 'Y a.-.- -4 4"' J 1i Crisp Hot Nachos Fresh Coie iww Hot Apple Fried Pies Spicy Burritos Corn Dogs Crisp Fried Okra Hot Sausage and Biscuits Hand Den5fcold Fountain Drinks An Assortment of Ice -oiu r H YA-i Drop by our new Wes-T-Go Deli for the 2 for 1 Grand Opening Specials on Thursday Oct. 4 Friday Oct. 5 & Saturday Oct. 6 and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 13 November 1984

Hardin-Simmons University P RESENTS November 2nd & 3rd 1984 7:30 pm Tickets: $5.00 $6.00 & $7.00 Tickets available beginning October 15th in HSU Moody Center. Jiria Sing Sins Behrens Chapel Auditorium HSU Call 677-7281. Ext. 498 for more information. JUST IN SPIRIT NOVEMBER 1984

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