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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

The HSU Brand September 25 1986 FEATURES Page Five Look what we're doing now... peanuts by Charles m. schtijz Truett Latimer a 1951 graduate of HSU and former 'state representative from Abilene has been named ex- ecutive director of the Houston Museum of National Science. Latimer who served as a state represenative for the 84th District (Taylor County) from 1955 until 1962 currently serves on the HSU Board of Development. Latimer has been serving as vice president for public rela- tions and marketing for Spaw Glass Inc. a Houston construc- tion firm. After leaving HSU's ad- ministrative staff as director of alumni affairs in the early 1960's Latimer became executive director of the Texas Historical Commission leaving that post in 1981 after 16 years. Truett is very happy with his new job assignment. "It's an ex cellent situation and extremely enjoyable." He says the museum has 36 staff members and a budget of $1 .8 million per year. The annual visitation totals 750000 persons a year...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

The HSU Brand September 25 1986 Page Six BUSINESS NEWS Business As I See "The only two things certain in life" said Ben Franklin "are death and taxes.'' For two years now our con- gress has been missing one of those two things and it ap- peared more than once that death was going to overcome tax reform. But now the sun has come out it looks like congress is going to make certain taxes are fair sim- ple and not nearly as expensive as they have been in the past. Under the new radical tax code which will completely replace the gargantuam loop- hole riddent code of today the tax rate in 1988 for individuals would be either 15 percent or 28 percent depending on one's in- come. These two brackets compare with 15 present brackets rang- ing from 1 1 percent to 50 per- cent on the last dollar earned. Under the new code if pass- ed four out of five Americans will be paying lower taxes. With the monstrous deficit plaguing the economy the lost revenues from lower tax rates must clearly be earne...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

September 25 1986 SPORTS Page Seven Sports ' bV Michael Guevara Men's volley ball dies in the South The HSU Brand Men's soccer starts off well Soccer season is well under- way with the Hardin-Simmons University men's team at 4-1 and the women's team at 1-1. The women lost to Southern Methodist University 1-6 and defeated North Texas State University 4-1. Leading scorer for the Cowgirls is Peggy Slfford with four goals followed by Ashlley Aebersold with one goal and two assists. Goalie Lisa Burgess has 1 1 goalie saves. Soccer coach Misail Tsapos said the women's team is a very young team that needs time and games to adjust to playing together. Tsapos said "The girls were unlucky against SMU but played well together against North Texas." The men's team was handed it's first lost of the season Mon- day falling 2-3 in overtime to Bellhaven College in Jackson Miss. Despite Monday's loss the Cowboys are off to a good start with four wins three of them be- ing shut outs. HSU defeated the ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 September 1986

The HSU Brand September 25 1986 Page Eight SPORTS Cowgirls begin season K Sm JM m H i Volleyball team is optimistic Cowboys got tplkod... Freshman Karen Hester gets set for the block as she watches the ball to the floor. HSU is defeated by UMHB Tuesday night. The Hardin-Simmons Univer sity Cowgirl Volleyball team dropped a match Tuesday night to the University of Mary Hardin Baylor 15-10 15-10 13-15 15-17 12-15. The loss br ings the Cowgirl's record to 10-7. Trailing by seven points in the first game HSU fought back to tie the game at 8-8. The Cowgirls served five points to bring the game to 13-8 before allowing MHB to score. Freshman Angie Riser killed the ball to give HSU the side out and freshman Jennifer Smith served with Karen Peck getting the kill for a 14-10 lead. Smith served the final point for a 15-10 win on a MHB error. After being tied 3-3 in game two the Cowgirls went ahead 9-3. MHB threatened at 11-10 but Peck dominated the net with blocks and kills to give HSU the win...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 October 1986

m Blood Drive Nets 125 Pints. Story on Page Three Speech Professor Shares Her Many Interests See Page 5 Cowgirls Volleyball Tonight See Details Page 7 1 I mi ffll Mil ili'.tlpITTTTiinilfTn"?!!!!!?!!"?1"1"1"'1"""1"111!!!11111" H1!!!!t!M!m!mu!I!!S!!!itniP rtHmHwitittftrttiiMi4n:;;?;;;:;;;;;i;fj;pi;ijijM;;'uiii iuiiiaimuuuiuuiiiiiiiittitniiiiiiM Jll!iH!iihJ!:iiiiiiiJ!!i!!!!iJ!JM ftlt!1!:it:r.tm:M:'.mllll!M::::i:::ni::ntim:i:t::'.::::: :::::: l t:!::u:::i:il;::::::::::::j::::ii::::t::iil IJUlIllll ::::: mminiii THE BRAND VOLUME 74 NUMBER 2 1 1 .mmmm L Imm ? mm i V liHHHRliiJf i- 1Kb; Play practise John Hogan and Lisa Singleton More new structures for Trustees accept building proposals by Scotta Morris The HSU Board of Trustees recently approved constuction of the new Logsdon School of Theology building said Wiley Dugger vice president for financial affairs . Mrs. Charles Logsdon is pro viding the resources said Dug ger. The Board of Trustees has also approved the School of Business to a...

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 — 7 October 1986

The HSU Brand October 7 1986 Page Two OPINIONEDITORIAL "...But be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind. " by Phil Barnes i i (2 Qtkzr VU Kierkegaard was a philosopher and great thinker around the turn of the Twentieth Century. He told the story of a fire that broke out backstage in a theatre. It was the clown in the com- pany of actors who came to in- form the audience that the theatre was on fire and everyone should make their exit as quick ly as possible. The audience thought this was a part of the show and laughed. The clown repeated his warning and they shouted even louder. The theatre was reduced to ashes and everyone perished. Upon reading this incident Kierkegaard posed the ques- tion "Would the world come to an end amid general applause from all the wits who believe that it is a joke?" He wondered if the world would pass away while the learned ones and the in- telligentsia stood by and pondered. Would lives wither away and die because no one seemed to be concerned? It...

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 — 7 October 1986

October 7 1986 Page Three NEWS Clubs sponsor successful drive HSimand by Clif Mclntush Meek Blood Bank sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega Epsilon Pi Alpha and the Latin American Club held its fall semester blood drive in Beckham Lounge on September 23-25. In the past the blood drive has been a one-day effort spon- sored solely by APO. But when Meek Blood Bank suggested ex- tending the blood drive to three days APO enlisted the help of EPiA and the Latin American Club two other service- Ouchl HSU student watches as a nurse draws his blood Staff promotions and changes take effect by Lori Murray HSU announced new staff members and promotions for the 1986-87 school year. Brian McElhany of Pineville La. has become the new manager of the ARA Food Ser- vice at HSU. He is a graduate oi East Texas Baptist University Marshall with a bachelor of science degree. He and his wife Sylvia are native Texans. Donna Lehrmann has been promoted to assistant director ot placement and administrative secretary a...

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 — 7 October 1986

The HSU Brand October 7 1986 Page Four NEWS Notables A Mmlnar on the effects of the now tax law on individuals and small businesses will be conducted by HSU and Conley and Co. on Oct. 30. Dr. Larry Boyd dean of the HSU School of Business and Finance said that the program will be held beginning at 7:30 p.m. in Duffy Auditorium in Richardson Library. It is open to the general public. Reserva- tions may be made by calling 677-7281 ext. 357. Seminar leaders will be Dr. Hoyet W. Wilson professor of accounting and director of the y accounting program at HSU and Randy Burchell a certified public accountant with Conley and Co. Dr. Boyd will be moderator. A question and answer period will also be featured Boyd said. Mark Saturday Oct. 1 1 on your calendar and make plans to be a part of the Seventh An- nual SK and 10K Team Run for Kid's Sako benefiting Big BrothersBig Sisters of Abilene. This event is sponsored by Arby's Coca Cola and Abilene Jaycees in an effort to help pro- mote Big Brother...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 October 1986

October 7 1986 FEATURES Page Five Speech professor serves as president The HSU Brand by Laura Pogue Over the last decade Texas has stepped dramatically toward improving its educational stan- dards and capabilities. These steps are the result of the diligence and considerable at- tention of many dedicated in- dividuals and organizations. One prominent influence on Texas education is Dr. Rosanna Herndon. Herndon HSU speech com- munication professor and chairperson of HSU's Depart- ment of Communication has always had an interest in Texas education and concentrates her efforts through the Texas Speech Communication Association. One of the oldest professional organizations in the state the TSCA is second in size only to the national organization the Speech Communication Association. Predominantly made up of college -and high school communication teachers TSCA was created to provide educators with a forum to ex- press problems unigue to the field of communication educa- tion to keep educ...

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 — 7 October 1986

October 7 1986 The HSU Brand Page Six FEATURES Program started for children of By Rose Herrera To help children adjust and cope with the emotional and psychological changes accom- panying their parents' divorce the HSU Family Psychology Center has developed a pro- gram called "Children of Divorce." "Times are tough to live in..." observed Dr. Paul Sorrels coor- dinator of the program "...families are so complicated. It is very hard to help the kids. What we have become concern- ed about is how to work with these children." Consulting and primary ground plans for the program began last May after which it experienced an intermittent stage. Within the last month the program has become opera- tional. Beginning this week the formal services of the program will be offered to the communi- ty. Sorrels explained "We have put it together in the last month. It is still developing; it is in its formative stage." Another program com- parable to "Children of Divorce" does not exist in Abilene. "T...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 October 1986

The HSU Brand October 7 1986 SPORTS Page Seven Sports. by Michael Guevara Spikers win two Peck leads Cowgirls Kappa player Mark Bearden takes tramural football season winding games. Inside Intramurals Attention Seniors: There are two Senior Congress positions open. Any seniors in- terested in filling these positions should contact Michael Guevara Pat Stangle or leave a message in the Student Congress Office. Attention Seniors: If you have not done so please go by the Registrar's office and fill out a diploma card and schedule a degree audit with Mrs. Kiser. Custom imprinted Shirts Caps Sweat Shirts and Jackets Why pay high retail prices? We offer low prices and fast ser- vice with 10 years experience. Call us before you order from anyone else! Lain Advertislng-S&S Advertising 691-1174 the ball in for the score. In toward a close after this week's Games this week: Today 9 p.m. BSU II vs. TAU II north field and Kappa vs. Chuckwagon Gang sfluth fieci. Wednesday 8:30 p.m. Fynatiks v...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 October 1986

October 7 1986 The HSU Brand SPORTS Page Eight Soccer team still winning Cowboys split home games ST" It ' '"fH IIH ' I k Junior midfielder James Lee practices on his skills in handling the ball which makes him a valucable asset to the HSU soccer team. The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys gave up two late first half goals in route to their first home field loss of the season and their se- cond overall as they dropped a 2-0 decision to the Midwestern State Indians. The Cowboys 5 2 never could get into the offensive flow of the game as they were out- shot 12-2 in the first half and 16-9 for the game. Coach Misail Tsapos said "We played our worst half of the season in the first half. We look ed a little stronger in the second half but it is hard to come back against a team of Midwestern's calliber. HSU picked up its fifth win of the season getting two goals from senior Scott Dillon to over- power Sam Houston State 2-1 in a very physical game at Par remore Field last week. Dillon's goals gave him...

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 — 14 October 1986

Randy White Writes Sanctions Page 2 THE BDANB VOLUME 74 NUMBER 3 1 s- JmLW& w m m H Bill H bhJfvbW' 4iMmBH b Al btbi bt vJI W bV I Ai Freshman talent Tracy Ferrell won first place a1 the 70th birthday of Brand celebrated on On October 13 the Brand celebrated 70 years of jour- nalistic endeavor on the HSU campus. As the Brand enters its seventh decade of publication perhaps note should be taken of that October day in 1916 when 12 intrepid student journalists saw volume 1 number 1 roll off the printing press. The first Brand staff included W.D. Bond specials; M.L. Hop- son news; Haymond roy business manager; Mark Thomas athletics; Ruth Barkley fine arts; Horace Blackwell assistant business manager; Florence Morrow personals; Mamie Goodnight associate editor; Claude Lloyd "Corral" editor; J.W. Hodges Meetings on u Servanthood" Group travels to BSU Many HSU students were in attendance last weekend at the 67th Annual Baptist Student Convention. The convention took place at the Tarran...

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 — 14 October 1986

Th HSU Brand October 14 1986 Page Two OPINIONEDITORIAL As I See It . . i ' 4fll M aaV Often when we see an in- justice we seek to end it by us lng short-term measures. Often our short-term measures have less than satisfactory long-term results. As Americans lovers of freedom fighters for democracy we are appalled at any policy which de-emphasizes the value of a human being. We as Americans are against anything which violates the truths we hold "to be self evident that all men are created egual that they are endowed by their Creator with certain in- alienable rights that among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness." Because of these beliefs we are apposed to apartheid South Africa's policy of strict racial segregation and discrimination. The policy as we see it is ugly immoral and a disgrace to mankind. Out of our hatred for this in- justice we as a corporate body America are seeking measures to cease the wrong. Short-term measures seem in- viting. Make the initiators o...

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 — 14 October 1986

jSUBrand October 14 1986 NEWSFEATURES Page Three Notables HSU's Cowboy band will have a Bor-B-Que Concert Saturday at 6:30 p.m. a the Mabee Com- plex. Tickets are $6.00 per person and may be purchased at Harold's Bar-B-Que the HSU mosic office 677-7281 or from any Cowboy Band member. All tickets must be sold by Wednesday Oct. 15 said Scott Mather band director. Sharon Da Vault senior ac- counting major at HSU recently received $500 from the Abilene chapter of the Texas Society of CPA's. Presented by Dr. Hoyet W. Wilson director of HSU's ac- counting program the scholar- ship monies were in recognition of DaVault's outstanding achievement in accounting at HSU. DaVault who plans to Look what Fess Parker. Fess Parker ex '47 best known by his roles in the movies and over television as Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone was a visitor to the "Forty Acres" earlier this month. He has been a frequent visitor to Abilene to visit with relatives and friends. An Abilene friend Jim Tittle an architec...

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 — 14 October 1986

October 14 1886 Page Four SPORTS Sports by Michael Guevara Dillon moves to third Men's soccer loses at SMU The HSU Brand ? i mr Jt "IT 1 II ft - HI 41 LHP H khV I TrnRiiKSw tt&HnJw ' MkjeMi . - -- 1 .AfciB jwjflB On ' ?' WW . Above: Senior Scott Dillon became the third all-time leading scorer at Cowboy's victory over College of the Southwest last Wednesday. Below right: Sophomore Karen Peck played an overpowering game was selected by the NAIA as player of the week for the week ending LL HOLP THE BALL SIR ANP VOU KICK IT. Z( TIEP AROUWPIT! I Z"1- M S- aM "t aa b ea I was " "aBaaawgaga eV4laW GiSji WELCOME & H&'P 19 STUDENTS! HL' V GODFATHER' S PIZZA I V lj f 3449 N. 1st 672-2868 IBBHBiI EVERYMAN in ihn medievoi classic pfo- Dabty the best eiampie of 'he English mofalilv piav God summons tvervmah Dy oraefing Death to take him Everyman oegS f0f aeiay then searches tof others to accompany him Only the chatactef Gooa Deeds is prepared to stand with him Although anonymously wr...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 October 1986

National Fraternity and Scholarship Society Has New Members See Page 3 ::;uqsi:n::a::::::::::::::::::::i::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!!! itiliMii.. ..iinii ...nlilllil Hl. i i 1 .-.. ;r ' "V THE BDANB VOLUME 74 NUMBER 4 IIP ' b m JK I lb il;4iS m J" W'Um J Wa?Pfflw" " SflHllSwl53$:"T'v ' sM 'lWTKfllHIBMtfir Bm -m B naaifc - - NB 1 AM m Bfei hi i lierii 1 rally Politicians face off at politica Missions week begins Missions Emphasis Week at HSU featuring missionaries from four countries starts today and continues through Thurs- day. The week is made possible by the Connally Chair of Missions with funds contributed by Dr. Virginia Boyd Connally of Abilene and her late husband Ed Connally. The first program was today during chapel. Mission personnel include lack and Karen Abies mis- sionaries in Quito Ecuador for eight years. Tommy and Beth Larner mis- sionaries in Manta Ecuador for four years Fred and Mary Lou Levrets ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 October 1986

October 21 1986 Page Two OPINIONEDITORIAL "Do your heartily as for the Lord rather than for men. a by Phil Harrison Barnes The HSU B-rand THE BRAND Hardin-Simmons University r Brand staff: Julie Pickop editor Michael Guevara sports editor Glenn Peters production assistant Larry Golden composition Tammy Mantooth adtertising coordinator Amy McQuerry business manager Laura Ater illustrator Phil Barnes staff writer Susan Hamby staff writer Rose Herrera staff writer Clif Mclntush staff writer Scotta Morris staff writer Lori Murray staff writer Laura Pogue staff writer Randy White staff writer Jimmy McCorkle photographer Jay Vlertel photographer Randy Armstrong faculty advisor The Brand of Hardln-Slmmon Unlveralty i non-profit campus newspaper published during the long term except for holidays examination periods and other pre-announoed data It is published under the direction of the Department of Communication. Hardln-Slmmon University Abilene Texas 79606 serving as a laboratory project ...

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 — 21 October 1986

October 21 1986 NEWSFEATURES Page Three jHSlrand Alpha Chi Hardin-Simmons University's Alpha Chi chapter inducted 47 new members on Monday Oc- tober 13. Alpha Chi is a national frater- nity and scholarship society en- couraging a high guality of scholarship. Membership is open to the top ten percent of upperclassmen and graduate students. Those inducted into the Texas Rho chapter are Michelle M. Barten Patricia L. Bath Betty L. Benningfield Karen L. Berry Geoffrey P. Bowen Deborah C. Bunger Carol L. Burrow Nancy J. Cronier Cindee Cathleen Davis Ricky Lee Davis Pamela Kay Ehret Patricia G. Faringer James T. mrnOi sMEssLft- I Ne mmWmMmm !Wf jl fF Alumnus Betsy Brown stands beside the van that followed her cross-country bicycle ride this summer. Look what we're doing now... by Laura Pogue Betsy Brown a 1977 graduate of HSU recently concluded her summer long crossing of the United States by bicycle. Beginning June 2 from Pro- vidence Rhode Island and en- ding Aug. 2 in Newport Ore. Bets...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 October 1986

The HSU Brand October 21 1986 Page Four SPORTS Sports by Michael Guevara Tennis pair works together by Scotta Morris The tennis doubles team con- sisting of Ian Gunn a sophomore from Vancouver Canada and Trey Dire senior from Baird Texas has quite a lot to say about tennis. Both of them have been play- ing tennis for several years having been introduced to the game by their parents. Gunn and Dire expressed their desire to win the Trans- American Athletic Conference. This has never been done by anyone representing HSU. Gunn stated "We were very disappointed about not being able to participate in the Na- tionals after making it to the top 15 last year." Dire said that tennis is 95 per- cent mental and he has to get away by himself before a match. Tennis coach Steve Hoover has made a definite impact on their ideas and Gunn and Dire said that the most important thing their coach has taught them is the effects of a positive attitude and the meaning of a team. Gunn said that one has to sa...

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