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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

f h Page 8 The Brand September 27 1996 Willis goes gangster in violent shoot em up By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief Last Man Standing is about as purposeless as an action movie comes but it's still good old fashion fun nonetheless. Bruce Willis stars in this most recent adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's 1961 epic Yojimbo which means "bodyguard" when translated. Kurosawa's classic told the story of a samurai who wanders into a savage Japanese town only to find himself pitted against two warring factions. Now some 35 years later director and screenwriter Walter Hill Wild Bill 48 HRS.) uses a "moody" sound- track and great editing techniques to deliver one heck of a "shoot 'cm up" remake. Hill grabs his audience from the get-go in the 1930s fictional town of Jericho Texas where Italian and Irish mobsters lie waiting to knock one another off. Aside from a two-timing sheriff (Bruce Dern) and a crazed bartender (William Sanderson) the town is vir- tually deserted due to the rival gang activi...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

September 27 1996 The Brand Page 9 Fugees The Score remains virtually unsettled By Paul Corder Staff Writer When MTV covered the Smokin' Grooves tour fea- turing the Fugees the word they used most in referring to the group was "positive". This tour often described as the hip-hop Lollapalooza was supposed to signal the rebirth of live hip-hop and the end of the "negative" gangster aspects surrounding the genre. After hearing about the tour and hearing the Fugees first singles "Killing Me Softly with His Song" and "Ready or Not" I decided to give this album a try. Now I don't know what you consider "positive" but to mc the language on this album is still a little rough. The copy I listened to was edited and occasion- ally it was hard to understand the lyrics because so much of the album was edited. However compared to the late 2-Pac or Snoop Doggy Dog the Fugees Pras Lauryn Hill and Wyclcf are saints. They use less profanity and talk more about world issues than about how hard they ca...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

Page 10 The Brand September 27 1996 Sports wisdom has its price with El Guapo The fragile order that governed my life had become anarchy over the past few weeks. Nothing in the sports world was going as planned and my misguided predic- tions had earned me the nickname of "The Weatherman" around the "Brand" office. There was only one place I could turn; there was only one man whose wisdom could set me back on course. I had run out of other options so I phoned El Guapo. He was supposed to pick me up for lunch at tweleve which usually meant around 1:30 or 2. However at high noon he roared up to my corner in a pristine '97 Mustang convertible. "I'm impressed" I said. "Right on time and with brand new wheels. I have a feeling that the less I know about how you came about this the better." "Nonsense boy. All you need is a little old-fashioned American 'know how.' I was in Vegas last week and noticed that a team that had lost 59 straight games was a 50-1 favorite. Even a defensive tackle w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

September 27 1996 The Brand Page 11 Yellowjackets trip Pokes 24-21 By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys could not overcome suspect officiating four turnovers and 1 1 penalties last Saturday as they fell to the Howard Payne University Yellowjackets 24-21. The Yellowjackets intercepted one HSU pass and recovered three fumbles including one for a touchdown while a third-quarter Cowboy touchdown was negated due to an inadvertent whistle by one of the officials. The Cowboys were also flagged for seven of the team's 1 1 total penalties in the second half. Trailing 3-0 late in the first quarter junior running back Cameron Crcagcr got HSU on the scoreboard with a 2-yard touchdown plunge. Brian Bcddow added the extra point and HSU led 7-3. Crcagcr carried the ball nine times for 22 yards and the one score before leaving the game in the second quarter with a broken ankle. After a Howard Payne touchdown quarterback Todd Baumann regained the lead for HSU with a 3...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

Page 12 The Brand September 27 1996 THE THRILL OF VICTORY Cowboys drop DBU prepare for rival Austin College By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief The Hardin-Simmons University men's soccer team takes on Phillips University tomorrow at Shelton Stadium but their thoughts may be more focused towards next Tuesday night. HSU will square off in an American Southwest Conference showdown against the Austin College Kangaroos on Tuesday with title aspirations on the line. A 2-1 loss to the roos back on Sept. 14 makes this upcoming match a must-win for the Cowboys. "It will be our biggest game of the season because this is our First year to have a conference" said head coach Cory Foster. "There's a really strong rivalry between the two schools and the confer- ence champion will most likely be decid- ed on Tuesday night." HSU got back to their winning ways on the road last Tuesday night with a 5-2 comc-from-bchind thumping of the Dallas Baptist Patriots. Senior co-captain Paul Boyctt and Brant Bird ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

y4& wmammtm Volume 84 Number 6 Saving the Students ofHcudin-Simmons University Since 1916 October 4 1996 NEWS HSU students took time to hear Governor George W. Bush speak in Abilene last week Page 3. The Hardm-Simmons art depart- ment plans a trip to Italy for the summer of 1997 Page 5. Dr. Lynn Gillette shares his vision of teaching Page 7. ENTERTAINMENT Film Reviews Hugh Grant's drama Extreme Measures is any- thing but extreme; Trainspotting's grit is a hit Page 8 "Blithe Spirit" brings a bit of British wit to HSU's Van Ellis Theatre Page 9. SPORTS Cowboys scalp the McMurry Indians in a non-conference foot- ball match up Page 11. Men's soccer loses heart- breaker to Austin College in ASC contest Page 12. "Blithe Spirit" is showing in Van Ellis Theatre tonight and Saturday night at 8 p.m. Cowgirl and Cowboy soccer will play at the University of Texas at Dallas on Saturday Oct. 5 at 2 and 6 p.m. Cowboy football vs. Sul Ross State at 2 p.m. on Saturday Oct. 6 at Shelton Stadium. ...

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

Page 2 The Brand October 4 1996 A life-changing lesson learned outside the classroom Birthdays only come around once a year but each one brings blessings and changes of its own. My 20th anniver- sary of life rolled around the last day of September and suddenly I found myself catapulted from the teen age years into the "bright unknown of adult life." Surprisingly enough (asjnany of you already know) the "bright unknown of adult life" is much the same as the teenage life I have lived for the past seven years. I still have to drag myself out of bed in the morning my early morning men- tal alarm clock still isn't working. And I still have to write myself notes so that I remember important tasks such as filling my car with gas after running on fumes for a week my common sense mental organizer still has some loose pages. There arc still papers that have fallen vic- tim to procrastination printed out at the last minute and there arc still unstudied tests falling pathetically by the way sid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

October 4 1996 The Brand Page 3 Most live by faith many die by it too Upon recently reading an article in Christianity Today I was shocked to discover that every day the sun rises "believers" arc dying for their faith. The article addressed the impressing need for christians to pray for the persecution of the church around the world. As a result last Sunday was designated "International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church" by the World Evangelical Fellowship. Last Sunday marked a day for christians to raise their voices in unified petition for the thousands of believers who strive to live out the gospel in lands that arc hostile to their faith. As I read the article I became convicted that in our sheltered environment we have such a hard time living out our faith; we all wear the latest drive decent cars (sometimes) and attend church- es of our choosing without any fear of soldiers or extremists; we listen to the latest in Christian music and read the latest books on spiritual w...

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

Page 4 The Brand October 4 1996 - - Photo courtesy of Dr. H. Taylor Rankin Dr. Rankin (back left) and Dr. Grover (far left) recently led a group of Hardin-Simmons students on an environmental expedition in Roswell NM. Ecology trip provides experience to students By Jake Long Staff Writer Seventeen Hardin-Simmons students from Dr. H. Taylor Rankin's ecology class recently traveled to Roswell N.M. on an environmental appreciation trip. After arriving late Thursday night at the White Mountain wilderness area the group's expedition began the following morning. They started with a hike along the Apache Trail and approximately five miles later reached their destination Monjeal Peak. The students encountered a different type of environment on the hike com- pared to their surroundings in Abilene. Dr. Rankin wanted his students to notice the different types of wildlife and vegita- tion due to the increase of elevation. As they traveled along the trail the students recorded in their journals ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

October 4 1996 The Brand Page 5 Summer of 97 will offer art history study in Italy By Linda Fawcett Special Writer The departments of Art from both Hardin-Simmons and McMurry Universities have combined to create an extraordinary learning experience for art majors and also for any students interest- ed in fulfilling Fine Arts academic core credit hour andor clcctivcs. It will take place in Italy this summer (Summer I 1997)! The itinerary is still in the planning stages but here arc some strong possibilitcs: participating students will arrive in Rome FIUMICINO (Leonardo da Vinci) airport. After customs and arrival at our hotel we will begin our grand tour through a study of Greco-Roman art and architecture via the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill the Arch of Titus and other Imperial triumphal arches Constatinc's Basilica the Roman Colosseum the Baths of Caracalla andor Diocletian the Vatican and Capitolinc Museums and the Pantheon. A side-trip south to the once buried Roman cities of Pom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

Page 6 The Brand October 4 1996 BSM takes God's word behind bars By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor The Baptist Student Ministry at Hardin-Simmons will be targeting French-Robertson Prison this semester with its prison ministry team. French-Robertson a maximum security prison out- side the Abilene city limits is home for 3000 male inmates who in the opinion of Cooper Strange arc in need of Christian service. Strange who acts as leader of the prison ministry says that the team's ministry state- ment is "bringing those in chains to Christ". which reflects his opinion as well as those involved with the team. The BSM team has been planning prison visits through Prison Chaplain Stanley Wilson. These visits which should get underway within the next few weeks will include three major ministries said Strange. Wilson conducts three services each Sunday: a morning service a 2:30 p.m. service and an evening ser- vice. Depending on the ministry team's schedules they will probably conduct several...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

October 4 1996 The Brand Page 7 Gillette brings passion to School of Business Gillette By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer Two words that come to mind when mentioning Dr. Lynn Gillette arc passion and vision. As dean of the Hardin-Simmons School of Business associate vice president for enrollment ser- vices and professor of economics Dr. Gillette strives to bring a vision and passion to every aspect of higher education. "I love teaching! The sense of pas- sionate joy that one can have being a teacher and working with students and having a dynamic class I don't know that life can get any better than that" he said. Dr. Gillette also serves as an admin- istrator holding the positions of dean of the School of Business and Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services. He enjoys being an administrator because the positions give him the chance to fulfill his dream of making an impact on higher education and the quality of student learn- ing and development. Dr. Gillette wants to help stud...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

Page 8 The Brand October 4 1996 Grant excels in reasonably solid drama By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief In most cases television previews reveal very little about a movie's con- tents. In Extreme Measures' case the pre- views unfortunately pretty much say it all. The new thriller from Castle Rock Entertainment practically spills its goods in recent television promos due to its lack of any real suspense. The film's few plot twists come across as loo cut-and-dried and though Hugh Grant's transfor- mation from comedy to dramatics adds to a fairly solid story line it falls short of director Michael Apted's mystical inten- tions. Actually Grant is exceptional as Dr Guy Luthan a physician who suspects bad medicine when a homeless person dies in his New York City trauma unit. The dilemma however doesn't lie so much in his death but more in the fact that the hospital has lost the body! With the addition of several highly pecu- liar symptoms in the deceased prior to death Luthan is certain t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

October 4 1996 The Brand Page 9 New comedy is a ghostly good time By Melissa Robinson Staff Writer The saying "Love never dies" comes to mind when watching the comedy "Blithe Spirit" the first major production this year for the Hardin-Simmons theatre department. Charles Condominc (Adrian Viccellio) is a writer who needs back- ground material for his next book. So one night he holds a seance in his house to observe the colorful medium Madame Arcati's (Lorrie Gann). Doubting the Madamc's powers Charles his wife Ruth (Megan Johnston) and another couple Dr. and Mrs. Bradman (Jeremy Moran and Stephanie Lamb) laugh at Arcati's reactions despite being ama.cd by the realistic events that happen at the seance. However Charles' laughter doesn't last too long when the ritual brings about the ghost of his dearly departed first wife Elvira (Catherine Gutting). Worse yet the apparition is only made known to him. A comedy of mishaps proceed to take place as a result of Elvira's presence including ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

Page 10 The Brand October 4 1996 Nebraska football seeks to steer clear of scandal By Marco Buscaglia College Press Service LINCOLN Neb. For a while it was easy for University of Nebraska graduate Tom Kalish to look past the recent headlines about the football team at his alma mater. After all the Huskcrs had won back-to-back nation- al titles and were ranked No. 2 in the nation at the sea- son's start. But as the barrage of bad press continued even die-hard fans like Kalish began to take notice. "You want to have some pride in the fact that your school runs a clean program" said Kalish a physical education teacher in Chicago who graduated from Nebraska in 1992. "I can look past some stuff but at some point you have to question just what's going on." And what's been going on lately for the Huskcrs hasn't been good. Already this year linebacker Terrell Farley Nebraska's top defensive player was suspended by coach Tom Osborne for at least two games following his arrest on suspicion of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

October 4 1996 The Brand Page 11 COWBOYS AND INDIANS Defense plays key role in HSU's 42-7 scalping of McMurry By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys spelled victory D-E-F-E-N-S-E last Saturday night as they rolled over the McMurry University Indians 42-7. In the non-conference matchup between the two American Southwest Conference rivals the Cowboys' defense picked off two Indian passes recovered three fumbles and allowed only 10 first downs and one touchdown holding McMurry to a mere 69 yards on the ground. HSU got on the scoreboard first cap- italizing on a missed McMurry field goal when junior running back Jeff Callaway capped the Cowboys' opening drive with a four-yard touchdown plunge. Kicker Brian Beddow added the extra point and HSU was ahead to stay 7-0. For the game Callaway led all HSU rushers carrying the ball 18 times for 59 yards and the one score. The Cowboys' jumped even further ahead on their next possession as reserve running back Jeff W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 October 1996

Page 12 The Brand October 4 1996 Cowboys lose 1 -0 heartbreaker to Kangaroos jumunilMW" '""" ' MUUP 'n'l'i' M i ill m m jm iiilillM 1i I Dc IHHHsSSMHHRHHlfll&SHHK&IHHKHBnllHHiHllfll Photo courtesy of Casey McLean Senior co-captain Paul Boyette (25) chases down a loose ball with team- mate Blake Chilton in hot pursuit during HSU's contest against Austin College last Tuesday. The Cowboys lost the ASC game 1-0. By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief The Hardin-Simmons men's soccer team couldn't shake a six-year monkey off their backs on Tuesday night. Or should I say a kangaroo. The Cowboys lost their 10th straight contest to American Southwest Conference rival Austin College at Shclton Stadium continuing a streak that dates back to 1 99 1. The loss dropped the Cowboys to 6-6 on the year and 2-2 in conference. In a game that saw much aggressive Intramural MINIATURE GOLF ALL students faculty and alumni of HSU are welcomed to play in a tourna- ment at PUTT PUTT GOLF & GAMES on THUR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 October 1996

Volume 84 Number 7 Saving Oic Students qftlaidin-Simmons Urdversihj Since 1916 October 10 1996 NEWS Baptist Student Ministries spreads the message of love to convalescent center. Page 3. Volunteer Day offers HSU stu- dents a variety of service opportu- nities Page 4. Dr. Loyd Hawthorne conducts more than just HSU's School of Music Page 5. ENTERTAINMENT Film Review Tom Hanks makes his directorial debut in an excellent 1960s swinger That Thing You Do Page 6. Music Review No Doubt leaves no doubt about their hit Tragic Kingdom Page 6. SPORTS Cowboys surge past Sul Ross State Lobos in a non-conference football match up Page 8. HSU Cowgirl soccer wins the American Southwest Conference title with a win over UD .Page 8. Pledging will begin for HSU social clubs on Friday Oct. 11. The Big Country Church Ministry Conference will be on Friday and Saturday Oct. 11-12. Cowboy football vs. Mississippi College on Saturday Oct. 12 at 2 p.m. at Shelton Stadium. The Graduate Management Admissions Tes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 October 1996

Page 2 The Brand October 10 1996 The sweeping storm hits hard in November A storm is brewing on the horizon. We have been warned by its pres- ence through radio; it has been publi- cized through the Internet; this past week television has brought us up-to-date coverage of its appearance and pre- dicted which direction it is will now head. Its destination... the White House. Now don't worry this is not a pre- view of Independence Day II. Rather this is a description of the sweeping political storm that will settle over America in the next few weeks. Many Americans are instantly "turned off' by the whirlwind of political frenzy because its jargon is either too complex or seemingly irrelevant. This mind set has created a contagious disease on the subject known as apathy. The underlying feelings are "I'm just too small to make a difference... besides everything in politics is gray anyhow." Neither feeling is true. The only way to combat a disease is to attack its origin not just the sym...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 October 1996

October 10 1996 The Brand Page 3 BSM spreads joy at convalescent center By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Several Hardin-Simmons students arc ministering outside of their peer group by "giving a little back" said Rachel Davis HSU junior in charge of the Senior Adult Ministry Team. Members of HSU's Baptist Student Ministries team visit residents of the Abilene Convalescent Center once a week to spend time with the residents there. Davis and a small but faithful group of students consider the time well spent. "There isn't a set time for Bible study or anything we just love on them" said Davis. "If the opportunity arises we would share the gospel but We just give them the attention they need. If I can just be like Jesus to them it makes it all worth it." Among other activities the students help the residents play bingo and help the staff set up for parties during their visits. "We call out the bingo numbers and help them find and hear the numbers that they have trouble with" said Davis...

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