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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 April 1996

Page 2 The Brand April 4 1996 PmrnrATTY Correct? Cartoons that make you think or are they just good for a laugh? !' I AW TftT ft ratf VOTING j lg J1 0 -fUEM IMlo OFFICE. . ! -a 8 I I a I Tfe iwpocHonjkmIs sr I I tYiOnCCQ I OF TMWS rb PP. I j J (KrSjwrtfr) V jrpJ OS 3 I s & Aw1 a T! ( KS- a QO 3 111 1 .a Wrs;" Jy r J jTfcV IJlAsi r I III I s tfsTri we Are oKSgS dttor-ln-cMtf Trenten Hilburn ijportsftxlHor JoshBowerman MMtalnrnwH tdKor Chris Hatcher ads & distribution Fluer Fomari managing sdftor Krjstw Hawkms torture dllor Joy Evans offlcs managar Jenny Hinro advfeor FUndy Armstrong staff writers Bethany Carusle - Ryan Sheiton -Kathy Muramoto Laura Horne -Molly Griffith Jake Long HARDLN'SIMMONS The Brand HSU Box 16175 Abilene Texas 79698 (915)670-1438 The Brand i a non-profit campus newspaper publshed J I nursoeys during the long term except for hoidays examlnaaan periods and other pre-announced dates. The Brand welcomes letters to the editor and guett columns. Editorials and...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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April 4 1996 The Brand Page 3 Fishing is more than simple effort of casting a line I went fishing last weekend with some friends. Actually I did not fish I just hung out while everybody else cast their lines into the pond. (It's not . that I don't know how to fish or even that I don't like to fish I just don't like to eat fish so I figured what would be the point?) It was kind of funny to watch each person in our group the atti- tudes generally displayed and the reactions to the whole situation. (Fishing becomes a much greater ordeal when there are 18 hooks fly- ing past you instead of just three or four.) A few people just kept reeling one fish in after another while sever- al others were lucky to find the bait still at the end of their lines. " Several took this in stride and just kept on trying. Some sat down on the bank and waited for the fish " to come to them talking with every- body near them while holding the aaamdH Kristin Hawkins faith hope &love fishing pole loosely i...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 The Brand April 4 1996 Private Hearings At most universities students' judicial affairs are conducted behind closed doors By Brian Geller The Independent Florida Alligator University of Florida GAINESVILLE Fla. -University of Florida first-year student Bradcn Malnic was just passing the time outside his dormitory last October throwing burnt-out matches on the ground when one hit a nearby stu- dent. Angered the student threw a disposable lighter at Malnic. It chipped his front tooth. Thus began Malnic' s three month trip through Student Judicial Affairs a frustrating journey that led to his having to perform community service and being placed on conduct probation. Malnic told his story to his hall director who told Malnic he could receive compensation for the tooth if he took his case to Student Judicial Affairs. However Malnic didn't receive any money when he went before Sara Steyer coordinator of residen- tial judicial programs. Instead he was found guilty of disorderly con-...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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m April 4 1996 The Brand Page 5 Campus Digest 7.B cast lands three awards Acting awards were given at the first Baptist University Theatre Festival hosted by Hardin-Simmons University March 6-7. The two days of workshops involved Wayland Baptist University Howard Payne University Oklahoma University and HSU. Performances of plays by each school were held at HSU's Van Ellis Theatre. Acting Awards were given to: Adrian Viccellio Sarah Minth and Christian Hcep for LB. from HSU. S. Sean Norris Andrew Medina and Mandy Hunt from Wayland for All in the Timing. Mike Ozmun Cody Eoff and Cindy Couch from Howard Payne for The Good Doctor. Marty W. Peetcy Tom S. Johnson and Steven Day from Oklahoma Baptist or The Real Inspector Hound. Special citations were given to Emily Maxwell for Festival Management and Tiffany Boot for Festival Lighting Design. Both are from HSU. Howard Payne's Neil St Clair said the purpose of the festival designed by the four universities' department heads and directors ...

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B-iKMN . y. i Fage 6 The Brand April 4 1996 White Horses earn another honor with phone book cover By Joy Evans feature editor In homes throughout the Abilene area the famous Hardki-Simmons University White Horses and their rid- ers appear. Amidst die background of the beautiful blue sky and the Southwest terrain the Six White Horse riders decked out in their purple and gold with their flags flying high sit in splendor upon the white horses in a picture appearing on the cover of the 1996 Abilene Southwestern Bell phone book. It was last semester when the group was asked to pose for the phone book cover but they were not guaran- teed that their picture would be used. According to sponsor of the Six White Horse riders Dr. William O. "Doc" Beazely arranging the photo shoot was a huge ordeal. "A St Louis photographer came down and it took us two days of going around town to find the perfect spot with lots of green grass and no telephone polls to take the pictures" Beazely said. "Yet all ...

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April 4 1996 Hie Brand Fagc7 Martin Aykroyd bring minor laughs to table in so-so Bitko By Chris Hatcher entertainment editor How many pointless slapstick ven- tures must we go through to get some quality laughs these days? Granted Down Periscope recently broke the mold of mediocrity or at least cracked it. But for the most part any com- edy minus Jim Carrey usually isn't worth the film it's produced on. Sgt. Bilko the latest spoof to be res- urrected from an overly ancient TV series successfully joins the ranks of Hollywood's never-will-be's in its attempts at military mischief. I guess the cheap laughs will continue to trudge on. Steve Martin stars as the ever-slick gambling man Sgt Ernie Bilko once portrayed by the late Phil Silvers some 40 years ago. Bilko runs the motor pool for the Army's Fort Baxter establishment where "fixing things" strictly pertains to the bets Bilko and his men get their hands on. From smuggling funds out from under Lt CoL Hall's (Dan Aykroyd) inept nose t...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 The Brand April 4 1996 HSU finalizes football season for 19 Cowboys open season against nation's losingest team The 1996 Cowboy Schedule By Trenten Hilburn editor-in-chief Head football coach and athletic director Jimmie Keeling and the Cowboy coaching staff have their work cut out for them next season. Hardin-Simmons University who has been to the NAIA Division II playoffs for the past four seasons has been handed a schedule that could makc-or-brcak the Cowboy team. HSU starts off the 1996 season on Sept 14 at home against NCAA Division I-AA Prairie View A&M University. This is a team that holds the nation's longest losing streak at 56 games. But according to some analysts the team could break that streak in 1996. The Panthers arc a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference and are the only non-scholarship pro- gram in NCAA Division I football. The Cowboys will then travel to Brownwood to face their arch-rival Howard Payne University in a non-conference contest. On ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1996

THE Volume 83 Number 23 Abilene Texas April 17 1S06 80 Years of Service to Harihn-Simmons Umverstiy Students First coDqate has UEl By Laura Horne staff writer Like the old Virginia Slims slo- gan Hardin-Simmons University can honestly say "We've come a long way baby." At one time HSU rodeo activities included such things as cigarette rol- lling cigar smoking and tobacco spit- ting contests. Joining the health conscious bandwagon HSU has since moved on to healthier celebrations but just like the beard growing contests it is still an interesting part of HSU'S western heritage. Flans are currently underway to celebrate our western heritage as the 50th anniversary of the world's first intercollegiate rodeo approaches. The first rodeo was held April 18-19 1947 at Abilene's Fair Park Rodeo arena. Through the years the rodeo has continued to represent the heart of HSU's western traditions. ifli a long way Former business manager and athletic director of HSU E.W. (Bill) Ledbetter and Carl M...

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 — 17 April 1996

Page 2 The Brand April 17 1996 WESTERN From Page 1 Stage. In 1949 Frontier Fracas week begun in conduction with the rodeo. "Sheriff" Slim Willett and his deputies jailed students not wearing three or more artides of western regalia. Throughout the years contests involving beard-growing tobacco spitting cigar smoking cigarette rolling and greased-pig catching became a part of the Frontier Fracas week festivities. Rodeo parades were held the opening day of each rodeo until 1983 when school officials decided there .wasn't enough interest from students to continue the parade. Held the opening day of the rodeo Western Heritage Day soon became a part of the activities bring- ing as many as 7000 local children on campus to learn about their western heritage. This year however because of scheduling with the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Western Heritage Day will take place on April 18 a week before the rodeo. This year's rodeo will be held at the Carl Myers Rodeo Arena on Grape...

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April 17 1996 The Brand Page 3 Religion had its place on American frontier By Kathy Muramoto staff writer Religion had its rightful place in the American fron- tier. With the people moving west came the traditions of generations and the new and daring spirit that character- ized the adventure seekers who struck out to find new ground. Revival Definition: the week long series of church meetings your mother forced upon you every spring and fall during which a strange preacher from a strange stale brought the same old messages you'd been hearing every Sunday of your life. Hopefully revival means more to the majority of stu- dents on campus but realistically it may not Frontier revivals were something of a novelty. No one slept no one left early and everyone who could attend did. Revivals or awakenings were nothing new to the frontier but when Presbyterian minister James McGready introduced a new type of meeting a whole new era of revivals dawned. Because the frontier people were scatte...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 The Brand April 17 1996 Fences helped tanie Old Wesfs free range laws Alexa Stanley special writer Many problems surrounded the people of the Old West One of the main conflicts of the day involved cowmen and farmers. The open range laws allowed free grazing access to grass and water as well as insuring that the open terrain of the West was not broken by settle- ment The settlers and farmers became infuriated because the cattle would often trample their crops. Finally they figured out a way to keep unruly cat- tle off their land the farmers needed fences. During' the period between 1790 and 1873 652 patents were issued on fencing. Inventors tried various different materials to make an inexpensive reliable fence. One of the materials tried was wood. However wood was very costly and had a tendency to need repair frequently. Stone walls were another option. They were all natural and long last- ing but they took up too much space and took too long to construct The problem with bot...

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April 17 1996 The Brand Page 5 Tamtng The West From showdowns to shoot-outs guns brought violence order to Old West By Chris Hatcher entertainment editor In October of 1881 in the town of Tombstone Ariz. one of the most notorious shoot-outs in the history of the Old West took place. Armed with their trusty peace- makers the Earp brothers Virgil Morgan and the infamous Wyatt along with the shotgun-toting "Doc" Holladay gunned down four outlaws near the O.K. Corral for breaking a city ordinance. The charge possession of firearms within town limits. From showdowns to shoot- outs from lawmen to scoundrels the sign of the times was to settle differences through the use of vio- lence. But with this violence of the Old West came the use of weapons; and with weapons came the emergence of guns. The invention of the first prac- tical revolver came in 1836 by a Yankee named Samuel Colt. As a colonel in the Connecticut militia Colt developed models such as the Colt .44 caliber and the Colt-Navy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1996

Paget The Brand April 17 1996 Students use classroom skills to tell the tails of the Southwest By Leah Dubtcr staff writer The Old West was when men were larger than life packing pistols and having shoot-outs at high noon or so we are told. The fascination Americans have had with the Old West started with the stories that were told. Billy the Kid was just another criminal until the stories of his exploits turned him into an enigma of American culture. Who instigated this moxe from law-breaker to leg- end? The storytellers. Dr. Rbsanna Hemdon Professor of Communications at Hardin- Simmons University teaches a class on storytelling Thursday nights. The class this semester is a mixture of traditional and non-traditional stu- dents some.of whom took the class for fun and others for credit hours working toward their degree in Communication. During the semester the students will learn 'storytelling techniques that will help in performance as well as teach them how to develop reper- toire ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1996

April 17 19 The Brand Page 7 makes By Chris Hatcher entertainment editor A few exceptional women and a strong supporting cast of men left their theatrical marie in a Hardin-Simmons pre- miere this past weekend. The HSU Department of Theatre pre- sented the grand opening of the new Down Centre Stage Laboratory Theatre with its production of Tittle Women" on Thursday night. But the new theatre played "second fiddle" to the wonderful performances of yet another outstanding HSU ensemble. Based upon Louisa May Alcott's famous 1868 novel Marion De Forest's adaptation about love family and becom- ing a woman is wonderfully transferred from the book to the stage. The story is set during the time of the Civil War where the March sisters wait day by day for hopeful news of their sol- diering father's safe return. Meg (Stephanie Lamb) the eldest sister is the beautiful conservative of die bunch. Beth (Deanna Wilks) touches those around her with her wisdom and truthfulness. Amy (Jaaie Ripley) t...

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 — 17 April 1996

Page 8 The Brand April 17 1996 Peckinpah's Bunch showcased at this year's film festival In keeping with the spirit of western heritage week I felt compelled to give you my critique-reading fans a little taste of Texas filmmaking history. Luckily the Paramount Theater fea- tured the evef-violent highly controversial film The Wild Bunch as the centerpiece for the 1996 West Texas Film Festival this past weekend. A wild wild classic Filmed in 1969 by Sam Pcckinpah and labeled by many as "the greatest west- ern of all time" The Wild Bunch was one of three films showcased during the week- end's festivities. It was shown in its revised directors cut released 14 months ago and proved to be every bit as good as I hoped it would be. However the movie has also been tagged as "the film that destroyed the western" prompting much criticism due to its "trend-setting realistic violence." Being the rebel that I am I'm going with the former of the two opinions. The Wild Bunch is filled not only with ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1996

T1HB Volume 83 Number 24 Abilene Texas April 25 1996 80 Years op Service to Hardin-Simmcwns Umverstiy Students 5Tv Wl 1 MMMD A Daf To Remember Students faculty teach youngsters about Old West way of living By Trenten Hilburn editor-in-chief It was beans and biscuits again and that could only mean one thing Western Heritage Day. Smoke filled the air with the smell of dinner coming from the chuck wagon. The sun beat down on the exhausted. These Hardin-Simmons University cow- boy and cowgirl volunteers had masterfully han- dled another 7000. The 12th annual event is now a memory but hopefully it left a lasting impression on the thou- sands of children that filled the Forty Acres last Thursday. The day was almost a fellowship in itself for the students faculty and staff involved in the successful completion of another Western Heritage Day. The "Old Guard" (the 12-year veterans) blended with the "New Guard" (first-timers) at every exhib- it or so it seemed. You began to wonder how many d...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1996

Page 2 The Brand April 25 1996 Learning obedience with the heart of a child In the past few years a strange thing has happened in our society. Children have felt the liberty to stop obeying their parents. I imagine that for centuries kids did not always want to do what they were told and even sometimes got away with not listening. Bqt some- how this new freedom seems to have become much more prevalent in today's society. Kids can blatcnly disobey and talk back without much fear of punishment because the law now seems to be on their side. And in the most extreme cases of defi- ance some children have even divorced their birth parents. Today obedience in situations of all degrees seems to be an option not an obligation. In Genesis 22 Abraham is called by God to sacrifice his son Isaac. This man waited nearly 100 years to have a son and shortly after he docs God asks him to give the boy up. Instead of trying to argue with God Abraham is obedient and takes Isaac to a mountain top ties h...

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April 25 1996 The Brand Page 3 Spreading God's Word BSM summer missions program sends six HSU students around the world to work as missionaries By Kathy Muramoto staff writer Who says a college diploma and a seminary degree are requirements for entering the mission field? Not sol All that is required is a willing heart and an available life. Elizabeth .Wagner Mark Wood Kirsten Hatch Julia McAninch Amy Hutto and Toni Riccio are making them- selves available to God this summer by serving on various mission fields. Wagner a junior from Rowlett is beaded to sunny Angleton south of Houst- on and 45 minutes from Galveston. Her responsibilities will be many and varied. Her contact youth and music minister Mike Mills of Second Baptist Church said Wagner will be responsible for coordinat- ing summer outreach for the city. This broad assignment includes apart- ment ministries Vacation Bible Schools back yard Bible clubs and working with the youth I've always 6Q Wagner asks that the students o...

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Page 6 The Brand April 25 1996 Pride tarns pathetic with less than humorous script By Chris Hatcher entertainment editor Two things completely turned me off to the new comedy Celtic Pride one it claims to be funny and it's not and two it presents the Boston Celtics as 90's cham- pions. Nuff said. Daniel Stern and Dan Aykroyd star in this pathetic display as two loser Celtic fans who will do anything to prevent their beloved Celts from losing this year's NBA Championship even if it means kidnapping the other team's star player which they do. Thus enters Lewis Scott (Damon Wayans) the league's Dennis Rodman type. His Utah Jazz are squaring off with the Celts for the title which of course Mike (Stern) and Jimmy (Aykroyd) feel should be no problem. But when Scott's antics on the court turn the tides in the series and all the silly game-time superstitions and ref yelling won't help the boys decide "if you can't beat 'em steal him.' Celtic Pride initially sets itself up as an interesting ...

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