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

Page 4 The Brand October 10 1996 Volunteer day offers students opportunities r By Jake Long Staff Writer Many volunteer agencies in Abilene filled HSU's Moody Center on Oct. 3 for the university's annual Make A Difference Day. The event was sponsored by the Greek Coupcil with a joint effort made by Epsilon Pi Alpha and Kappa Phi Omega to present to students different volunteer organizations around Abilene. Students were able to receive information about the organizations by signing their names to various mailing lists. "I think it will raise their awareness of the agencies that are looking for help" explained Ana Montano vice president of Greek Council and president of EPi A. "The focus was to show all the areas that are needed for service and the oppor- tunities that are available" responded senior Chris Proctor a member of Kappa Phi Omega. In all there were 22 organizations represented by employees at the fair. For the students this allowed them to become acquainted with a variety...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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October 10 1996 The Brand Page 5 Hawthorne brings message in music to HSU By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer When Dr. Loyd Hawthorne dean of HSU's School of Music was a child he dreamed of being a conductor but not the kind of conductor that he is best known as today. "When 1 was very young the job that I dreamed of most had nothing to do with music. I want- ed to be a train con- ductor. I don't know why. I guess it was just the idea of being at the controls of something so power ful" Dr. Hawthorne said. As a young person Dr. Hawthorne never really imagined himself having a career in music because he never enjoyed the extensive musical background that most musicians have. "None of my siblings or I had an exceptional background in music" he said. "In that regard my pursuit of a musical career and ultimately my posi- Hawthorne tion as professor and dean at HSU were atypical 'considering my lack of formal training -when I was young." One of his first experiences with music was in high sc...

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Page 6 The Brand October 10 1996 Hanks' directorial debut is simply groovy By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief There just aren't too many films made these days that make you want to sit back and smile. Aside from those including Tom Hanks in any way shape or form. This time Hanks makes his writerdirector debut with That Thing You Do a groovy look at a 1960s pop band's rise to stardom and fall from grace practically all in the same week- end. In a nutshell the film has Hanks' wholesome American goodness written all over it. Set during the presentpost-Bcatlcs-rave era Hanks tells the story of four men and their dreams of good old-fashioned American success. "The Oncders (suppose to be the 1-dcrs but hilariously mistaken in the film's early going)" arc a garage band from Erie Pennsylvania who hope to make a little money in an upcoming talent show Jimmy (Johnathon Schacch) is the domineering lead singersongwriter of the group; Lenny (Steve Zahn) is the wise-cracking wild man on lead guitar...

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HSU volleyball splits two on road over weekend October 10 1996 The Brand Page 7 By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief The Hardin-Simmons University women's volleyball team split a twin bill on the road this past Saturday afternoon. The Cowgirls lost the opener to Mississippi College 12-15 15-12 15-1 and 15-12 in a contest that was close until the third game of the match. Senior Shawn Baker and four other Cowgirls led the team with seven kills each in the contest with Baker adding 19 digs from her outside hitter position. Michelle Rogers had 29 assists and two service aces in the Cowgirl loss. Game two on the afternoon was a completely different story however as the Cowgirls beat a strong Bclhavcn College squad 15-19-15 15-10 and 15- 9. Baker once again led the team in kills with 10 while sophomore Krystal Brodbcck chipped in five service aces and 11 digs for the match. Rogers 31 assists and Sarah Loving's 16 digs were game highs. "Now that we're playing more teams on our level I feel our...

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Page 8 The Brand October 10 1996 Second-half surge lifts Cowboys past Lobos By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Harciin-Simmons University Cowboys strug- gled in the first half of last Saturday's contest with the Sul Ross State University Lobos but took the second half by storm as they treated an HSU Family Weekend crowd to a 33-17 victory. HSU looked strong in the first quarter scoring on both possessions of the opening frame. The opening score came as quarterback Todd Baumann and wideout Chance Sampson hooked up from one yard out. Kicker Brian Bcddow booted the extra point and HSU led 7-0. For the game Baumann completed 22 of 35 passes for 267 yards and the one score. Flanker Mitch Abies hauled in five of those passes for 130 yards to lead the Cowboys while slotback Todd Bloom caught 10 Baumann passes for 79 yards. The Cowboys came right back on their next posses- sion as running back Jeff Whitley scored the first of his three rushing touchdowns of the game. Whitley's one-yard plun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 October 1996

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 October 1996

Page 2 The Brand October 25 1996 POLITICAL 'TOT SHOTS 99 rtkHctftAlte &U 60IH3T& VOT&FOK? MHO WAVE A 1 V VI TUP PfDitRhrAM I JVB J8H1I $&8lM) BOB M DOLE 42TZ7 cctiTR GS3 - tmit . nwB srr- ?-tv "'i KtsP) -v VJ CrwStifcirfT-SSltfW apfwKCyw -- 'rvwiuKiiM-'me v- h fstioh tf il vfeK l f ' 1 wMPO IM... " HA TUN. - . VV ..4. -.Ci Kill . 3iT s5 .-NH."'lt CIGARETTE! GET W ANOTHER DRINKT VOU know that girCs! KNM DUTrKlEftl) SUVT LUUS PNi en -m-.u WHEN WAS THE LAST TWE YOU YERE IN A REALLY HIGH SPEED CAR CHASE! rwTTSSEn w?4 (noy INO I " I HIGH SPEEP CAR CHASE! J J7 Fil- iilrr' s I STAMPEDE WHITEWATER AMP l POM'T NTEHDtO - e&MG up-m&TcpiccF WHITEWATER MoWiSosHouai about WHITEWATER... UTS WOVE ON TO Another SUBJECT 1 vtar AAEKJT.OM'.OUR RCCST wu PKU&S- tf$8te nana you lose You ppt-topvt- c t (?X FffatfaSffK 1 1 I im t Zm .- I I vUtaOittirl 1J 1 v 5Jrt jarr aMVBmVn iinLii T gH CUNTOM Editor in Chief Chris Hatcher HARDINSlMMONS UNIVERSITY Managing Editor Kathy Muramoto ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 October 1996

October 25 1996 The Brand Page 3 Our world is only what you make of it Recently Focus on the Family aired a broadcast consisting of comments taken from various Christian leaders who were in the Senate chamber when President Clinton's veto of the partial- birth abortion ban was upheld. These leaders who were from many different denominations were at the Capitol to hold a prc-votc press conference to voice their concern and pray during the voting process. After the vote Chuck Colson head of Prison Fellowship Ministries made some disturbing comments. After expressing his anger about the vote Colson said that Christians in this country may have to do what the Christians in Nazi Germany did and rethink our allegiance to our government because of its immorality. This type of thinking was echoed by conservative radio commentator Cal Thomas in a recent broadcast. Thomas was discussing a recent symposium designed to show teachers how to inte- grate gay and lesbian themes into their classroom...

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Page 4 The Brand October 25 1996 Letters From Harlaxton Dear HSU I am really enjoying England. The country sides arc very beautiful and I espe- cially love the overcast weather that wc experience frequently. I have visited Scotland the Republic of Ireland and various places in England. The opportunity to travel each weekend is really great. My advice to future travellers would be to visit smaller cities as well as the big cities. The business of London and Dublin can get old after a few days. One of my favorite experiences was going to the island of Iona. It is off the coast of Scotland near the highlands. To get there is a pilgrimage of sorts because you have to take ferry from Oban (the port city on the mainland of Scotland) then you have to take a bus around the larger island of Mull and finally take a ferry from Mull to Iona. Getting to Oban took about eight hours from Grantham. Despite the halting busses and long ferries the trip was wonderful. Iona is really beautiful and most...

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October 25 1996 The Brand Page 5 Missions week provides time of global focus By Melissa Robinson Staff Writer Hardin-Simmons University's Baptist Student Ministries sponsored its annual Student Missions Emphasis Week Oct. 15-17. The occasion gave students opportu- nities to be involved in missions work and explained how to become involved while still in school. The week began with last Tuesday's chapel service where students were shown how they can effectively serve people not only in abroad but in Abilene as well. Representatives from Habitat for Humanity The Salvation Army and The Noah Project also gave testimonies to a crowd of over 600 HSU students. During Journey a BSM bible study that takes place every Tuesday night in Moody Center an "International House of Coffee" was held for the students who attended. However coffee wasn't the only thing on the agenda as a group of students told personal stories about their experiences in mission life. Freshman Natalcc Miller who attended ...

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Page 6 The Brand October 25 1996 THE QUEENS AND THEIR COURT Shawn Baker University Queen will be announced at coronation By Joy Evans Special Writer The Hardin-Simmons University Queen for 1996 will be announced at the coronation ceremony in Logsdon Chapel on Friday at 10:30 p.m. This year's queen's court is made up of seniors Shawn Baker Kimbcrcly Bryan Jcnni Sims Elizabeth Wagner and Amy Wallace. Shawn Baker Baker is a biology major from Dallas. While at HSU Baker has played on the volleyball team been a member of Tri Beta the biology fraternity a member of Alpha Chi academic fraternity and has been a four-year student congress representative. She has also been active in the community working as a volunteer at Scottish Right Children's Hospital and as a volunteer for Big Bend River Ministry. She has been recognized as an Academic All- American Athlete Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges and a Tomorrow's Leader Today scholar. According to Baker being part...

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October 25 1996 The Brand Page 7 THOUGHTS OF HOMECOMING How do HSU students feel about Homecoming? PMIPB I think that home- coming is impor- tant because you can reunite with friends and family from the past." Amy Borgan sophomore C C I realize the k k importance of homecoming as a second year senior because I get to see friends who graduated before me. It makes me realize the importance of them. Mike Harwell senior as sr Homecoming provides a chance to learn the heritage of the activi- ties you are involved j with through meeting the students that have attended HSU in the past." Cooper Strange sophomore It is going to be rememberable to me because it's my first homecoming and it will help me become a part of HSU." Dorie Fomby freshman I think homecom- ing is a time when people can have a remembrance of their time at HSU and come together with friends." Tonya Steel senior 1 Homecoming is a time to show your pride and to gather with friends. It's a time to talk about old times with p...

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Page 8 The Brand October 25 1996 Six white horses riders bring joy to spectators By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer The Hardin-Simmons University Six White Horses program is still touching the lives of children after 57 years. In the 1995-96 school year alone 21000 elementary children experienced HSU through this program. In one week- end approximately 535 children saw the horses at Eula Elementary and then the horses made an appearance the next weekend at the Jones County Fair. They have a full schedule planned for this semester as well including a trip to the Christmas Parade in Austin at the end of November. The Six White Horses program began in 1929 when Sheriff Will Watson carried the United States flag in front of the Cowboy Band. "I guess he got tired of walking so he started riding his horse" said Dr. W. O. "Doc" Bcazley director of the Six White Horses program. "After a while they decided why carry just the United States flag why not carry the six flags of Texas." The additio...

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October 25 1996 The Brand Page 9 IT'S TIME TO SING!!! All School Sing celebrates a continuing tradition since 1962 By Larry Wolz Special Writer Approximately 500 persons gathered in Bchrcns Auditorium on Friday evening March 16 1962 to hear what Was then dubbed "the First All Campus Sing" at Hardin-Simmons University. Preparation for that first Sing had begun in the spring of 1961 when the sponsors of Sigma Alpha Iota the just established music fraternity for women and Phi Mu Alpha only two years old suggested a project to promote singing among every student at HSU. Karen Swartz SAI president at the time explained the original and at least one of the continuing purposes of Sing. "The objective of the event is to encour- age campus organizations to participate in singing" she said. The music fraternities presidents and sponsors spent many hours talking with all of the social clubst dormi- tories Student Senate members and other campus organizations that spring and the following fall ...

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Page 10 The Brand October 25 1996 Cowboy Band stays true to their tradition By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Anyone who has ever witnessed a Hardin-Simmons University football game during half time knows of a clan called the Cowboy Band. What many people don't realize is that thousands of people outside of Abilene also recognize the tell-tale uniforms and "cow step" of the band. D.L. Wiley the band's first director was handed the band right before a performance for the West Texas Chamber of Commerce Convention in San Angclo. The group threw together some uniforms and went on to play. From these humble beginnings grew the Cowboy Band that so many know and enjoy today. Several unique characteristics set the band apart from other marching bands. Most high school bands march eight steps every five yards on a football field according to current Cowboy Band president Justin Williams. "We do the shuffle" said Williams "which is 16 steps to every five yards." While the march itself is not ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 October 1996

October 25 1996 The Brand Page 11 The Simmons Brand Vol. I SIMMONS COLLEGE AMLENE. TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 WIG No 1 Simmons Makes Big Showing at Central West Texas Fair T ATHLETIC FEATURE Sophs" Wallop Competitors Juniors Second Seniors Dignity the Rear. Klnp Hi Mm fliy Ilial Plmmmn "lMiM eral InlPrcl li n lin .howii (n lnni (oifh ltra'llpy arranr. for rtn tniirnnnipnl aiming. Hip fol luwlnr rln Pnlnr Acailpnn rip.hnnii. Pnplioniurr Jnnl"r Sen- ior Tin- tonrnaniPlil nppnpil Ortoltnr t lr. willi Irhnunn .mil KppIpt trv rp.Pnl'nc Hip ppnlora. CpiUrry nml Ilonil Hi lunlor. ll.iriirn anil Willi Hi S'ljitiniiiorr. Wwinaii anil lurlt- l Mi ripliiiln llrmllpv anil Pan ill It lb Senior Arnilpim I'nrli man irprp.rntpil hl plan iipon III own iipiIi rrplltnhnrv li-nnl ln. iiiipiI path man til pnit'l pn.lllon I mil Ip.iii! hnnoiP'l II rla.a n I' pl p. In Hip fnUnlnc nttli.nl ip"il 1 npvila i nlrtin in ciimr KiiMnnrn. I'i P.1IHP lunl-ir. n cini' . ii Vul ir. ini 1i1iipi1iii S nlnr. IC cmip'. Mpi...

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Page 12 The Brand October 25 1996 THE SIMMONS BRAND The W'eeslv Publication o( Simmons Colltgt Alillene Tesas. With a Quarterly Mlerarv Supplement - The Corrnl " Subscription Price the Yesr....Jl.M Member ot the Tesas Inlerrollesiate Press Assoclsllon Ftsff Selettetl from Studeni Holy on Merit nmili. Offlre. Third Floor Ubrarr Ilullillnn. Mll.lrnl Psston Kdltor.ln Chlrl It. Fo)..... Duslness Manaissr Mamie OoodnlRlit....AMorlate Editor Advisory Editors IT. II. II. Cooper I'rof. I'. V. William Dr. W. F Fry Department Editors Mark Thomas Athletics W. I). Ilond Specials Florence Morro- ......Personals Margaret Ooodnlitht. Specials N'ens M. I. Ilopson Ceneral Actlvlllea .... Itcxtr.es Fine Arts nuth Murkier Hand IJoyd Editor of "Correl" Rcportera for This Wees. Waller Jennlnrs. A. C Miller Jos" phlne Goode Myr ILirnes Ctaud l.lojil Kalle Foy Horace niarkvell Carrol Spangler Anna Morrla Cecil Conosray A. A. Diilaney Hester (Joss ft A. Keranloo Waller Martin llarrel New. man rtaymnnd Foy ...

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October 25 1996 The Brand Page 13 ! Fuch imnllllc ol piirpln ami unlil h.iu. liAtidn tie ptnntrtli tic mini. Iltl Ihtmictrn Ftnrd- nl (lir cirrus Ihnt one of the nrrntiats In tinliril nlxiul Iheni. lie m told Mint Imit a rnlleice In Aliilene. "It mire mill he POMR Hliool." n hi com inent. The Phano Literary The rhano l.llrrnrjr Sorlilr elerlccl tie following oftlcere for the tall trnr Pmldrnl V. II. Ilnml; Sec. t'larr. Ileulien Norman Many new ni'inhera ere accureil. The nrk for lhl fear will tie more dlrrctlr eon' rrnel with llterarr work anil lea tenrerneil with the Tlieolotlcal HEADQUARTERS FOR College Men IHE COZY NOOK Better Cold Drinks . Hot Drinks in Season Shines for a Nickel Magazines Cigars Note: Wc urve the best Choc- olilc ever tasted either in Drinks or Hot DOLLY VARDEN CANDICS OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY The place where College Students buy their Candies and Drinks SIMMONS' COLORS ATTRACTB SHOW MAN THE MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY HEADQUARTERS FOR Tennis Bosket Bali and all Athle...

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Page 14 The Brand October 25 1996 New Fall Suits and Overcoats Of Unquestioned Excellence (or Men and Young Men Who Would Be Well Dressed. "Full Drcss.lTp" Week nml Knir Week--Rood reasons why yon should dress tip this store is n roiiiI place for mm In dross lip Iliislil with the stnrt-off of III" xriisnii nur slm-k is replete with every approved fashion idea in ('Inthrx-iiinkliii: crentcr assortments more styles and we believe. Iifltrr x-nlurn offricd now than last wason. Uric are ultrn sniiiit models for .voting turn smart business suits its well its con- servative suit" for older men. At $15 $20 and $25 Our feature unit the Kirxclibaiim Special sold in Abilene only nt this store lend lite profession of pnpnlnr priced unrnii'tilR. Tin- makers Ki-rlitlinf on this unit of one pi ire. Henri' the fine nll-wnnl fabrics anil splendid Inilniini: mnl sl.Wc ilni' l tlm plan of producing immense iiiinililii's and ureal sales. Our Special $15 CLOTHES wwBpwMnwimHmiwwiiiiwmmnnniMiw Both Suits ...

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