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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 13 November 1984

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 13 November 1984

THE REATANovember 1984Page 3 Pill ;' '-HftFf liB" 111 OLE- r'ii sHHLJiiiKii mH Madam President Dr. Delorcs Washburn professor of English has served on the HSU faculty for 16 years and currently serves as faculty president. Profe.SSOr Dr. Delores Washburn Profile Determination is an important part of starting col- lege and graduating with a degree. It was deter- mlnatlon that aided Dr. Delores Washburn as she By Michael Guevara began college had to quit and began again to ob- tain four degrees. ' ' " ' Dr. Washburn began college at 18 years of age at '--" Frank Phillips itilldgc?'i7i BVgVteVas. After com- pleting one year of college and 38 hours of credit Dr. Washburn was married to her husband Jim Martin. With her husband In the Air Force college was interrupted for four years as she traveled to Germany with him. After returning from Germany her first child was born. However her path was to change once again as a result of a personal tragedy. Her husband was kill- ed and she was the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 13 November 1984

Page 4THE REATANovember 1984 THE REATANovember 1984Page 5 Guadaluoe Adventure Article by Dr. Robert FinkPhotos by Dr. B.W. Aston The one-page fact sheet prepared by Dr. Newman called the trip an expedition "a beautiful time of year in the Guadalupe Mountains." Fall colors. Clear nights. A spectacular view of stars and planets. It also mentioned the possibility "of being caught in a blue norther.... You should keep this in mind and take warm clothing." Thursday 18 October: 3:00 p.m. We bring our gear to the parking lot behind the science building. Dr. Newman is already dressed to go-camo baseball cap blue Jeans a chambray shirt the color of the sky. He Is laughing as he helps his students pack the U-Haul trailer hitched to one of three school vans. Tomorrow they must carry thirty-six of us to the mountains. How will he get all this equipment in the trailer? No pro- blem for Dr. Newman. He has done this fifteen times before. "James let's get the tents in first and then the sleeping ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 13 November 1984

5 rage 6 IhfcKbAl ANovember lyo rT W iJIk V&Mtt ww w so ijmwi nafc -an . jfo. ggi -- . lk r' FINALLY The Townhomes have come to Hardin-Simmons University! Many University parents nation-wide have taken advantage of good in- vestment opportunities by purchasing living quarters for their children ' - rather than paying rent... apparently with great success. Experts in real estate have noted a continuous increase in this practice. &i .. ir ft i "VvX ? H? j- w 5 ATi n-iHl I MUrFffPTgX1!-1 HV-- ' .?Li-r'Ty?fr -- ' i t rf - i..ii i ssi c? W " ' . - ' ' MUnMawmnr --M T r zaan ii -- : ' t iiw vn m .f t xAs at4i: s i ?; s - & tiv' . -7 m.M&i Asset $i gga. r -f--PflIfni SiiK - l ..'I'';S:'iSllEa.':Ss3H 3W. V . r j'l J Bs ssg ( 5F:vfcr S' '5J fttfS Mi" i N .. '..-. ' i & r;-; Sggggfy ffil "Ss r k Only 12 block from HSU Come and see our model home this weekend vr lj ..If Loaded with these special features: .' Microwave ovens Frost free refrigerators a Two bedrooms Two full b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 13 November 1984

v tsi i -' ' "i'"' .. i ij y HSU THE REATANovemberKt984Page 7 ' i HHBHHhHH " jaRHBrlH Shelly Heath watches the result of her handiwork as the ball falls to the ground In action against TWC Tues- day. The Cowgirls punished TWC In three straight games. (Photo by Jimmy McCorkle) Profile: Christian athletes In the NCAA there are approx- imately 35 church-afflllated schools In Division I. With the amount of revenue money being paid to athletic conferences with the conference champion of each sport receiving the most money college athletics are becoming a winner-take-all free-for-all where litfhly the strong survive. " In this system Is there room for- the church-affiliated school to continue to recruit the quality In- dividual and stay competitive? Or will God eventually be run off the court in favor of competition? Or Is there a way that athletes can re- main Christians on the court? There are already several reasons why it Is hard to be a Christian on the playing field. Jon Cook men's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 13 November 1984

Page 8THE REATANovembcr 1984 t . v "( ('' advertisement SKI TRIP Winter Park Colorado J January 6-11 1985 Three Days of Skiing Package 1 Non-Credit Price Includes: Transportation skiis lodging meals while at Winter Park and lift tickets. Package 2 Physical Education Activity Credit-PHER 2199 Special Topics: Snow Skiing Price Includes: 1 semester hour tuition lab fee transportation skiis lodging meals while at Winter Park and lift tickets. Prices DO NOT include : meals In transit to and from Winter Park A down payment of 150.00 It required to make a reservation along with the following Information: Name local addrets HSU box and local phone number. A second payment ol $50.00 Is due December 1 with the balance of S70.00 due December 20 secripn - i Evening Counseling Available Tuesdays: 7-10 p.m. Carol Leach 319 Behrens Thursdays: 7-10 p.m. Rodney Hernandez 119 Nix Professional Typing "For All Your College Needs" Patsy Darden 915 677-9727 Term Papers'Research Papers Resumes (mrwaswc) A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

I imic-t i .jiit i F V" T7 y"fejyp TH&REyr w C XS J I Page 2REATADecember 1984 KHHH- Oh Christmas tree David Lov jimmy Pogue lchael Guevara Temmy Brock 't Amu McOuinv Randy Armstrong t J1" Editor Sporti Editor Features Editor Advertising. Manager Business Manager Lisa Everett Mary Ann Wlmberly Missy TooaiU j Jimmy McCorkle .rtoit Itl i t 'od tits Production Staff Reporter Photographer Contributing Writers Dr Ray Johnson Michael Guevara 'f fuv V lf I' I REATA Is a non-profit news magaifij published once each rnpnth during trie fall and spring semesters at Hardjn-Slmmons University Abilene Texas 79698 serving p a laboratory project and to some extent a forum for "student Wws JioKrtal o&jons anMhose of the newspaper and do not necessarily reflect those of the university the administration or faculty ' 'Signed column represent the personal views of the authors. REATA Is a member of the Society of Professional JournalistSigma Delta Chi Texas Intercollegiate Press Association and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

" At f- TlT'"r" REATADeccmber 1984Page 3 oped. tjsj)))nasisVsiasiasiaslas7 r opinioneditorial K 1 'ITI'TWr.VrttftaW01H7lftnirBt'' w l" k II "NII. r lv MIL tit ii If Lh?wBIT Why Is the last column of the semester always the hardest one to write? 1 sat down and tried to think of something meaningful and Inspirational to say to end the semester on a good note but nothing happened. Then 1 figured I would write a "Merry Christmas" column-you know the typical "safe travels.. .don't eat too-much" type but when I started yawning myself 1 got the message. What can I write? There has to be something out there.. .that's It a list of things I want for Christmas. Naw I'd Just be setting myself up.for Post Christmas Depression If I didn't get what I wanted and who wants PCD at a rime like that? Should I retell the Christmas Story or rewrite "Twas the Night Before Christmas" that would be kind of cute.. .but who has the time? Let me see we've had a great semester I could talk about what has made I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

vattf -'f& " 3(MM' MWW-M ? r . WW.- -T " A BIRD'S EYE VIEW & T'"-V!'f '''' tf. an r t- .r-'' ? " .... . 1 $ fy'& W Si' a a K F'f -Tff! " if i'P'. '-'; T. ' -I'..' V If J -t V KbA Rtf' .' TtMljWW .If - .. "1 i' HIV '" ' ' tin'n ' 1 9 1 ' "A.l 4 S -r-. f "ifi 'f' " S' f (Wit 1 . "" Jn 1 J I) ' . Photos by Fleetwood Sammis These pictures were taken by Fleet- wood Sammis senior Political Science major from Rockwall Texas. His roommate Bobby Hedlund was pilot of the plane in which the pictures were taken. Hedlund Is a junior Music major from Albuquerque NM. "What prompted these pictures to be taken was at first for memorabilia but then I thought that It would be good If others could share the memories of Hardln-Slmmons as seen from above the ground" says Sammis. He added "One just gets a new perspective of things from viewing the campus and the community of Abilene from such heights." PMMBBJWMBIIKMHyBKgMMBBW8iJPBWlB!MPBi5M JTaSftKiEK i. ' 'l 5 ?" r 'inm 'fctoM W f r a rF I r ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

a. REATADecember 1984Page 5 .1- sw r J Quiz: 1) Where may one go "roo" hunting? 2) What country has six states one of them named after Queen Victoria? 3) What country is thought to have the most "sports-minded" people In the world? Australia Is thi answer and HSU Is fortunate to be hosting Dean Ellis Brad Ibbott and Scott Cupit all from "down under." Scott Is a freshman whose father Is the General Superinten- dent for the Baptist Union In the state of Victoria. After a business trip to the U.S. Mr. Cupit sug- gested Scott apply to HSU. Scott headed straight to Abilene and was surprised that the area reminds him of the Australian ran- ching "outback." There huge sheep stations rival the size of Texan ranches. Other than ranchers only the aboriginal tribes live In the "outback." Most Australians cluster around the coasts and the majority spend each weekend in avid pursuit of sports. Few are spectators; most fellows play Australian Rules Football while the girls play Net- ball. Windsur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

. . r Page 6REATADecember 1984 ""WOT W Kiser to Effective Jan. 1 1985 Dorothy M. Kiser a 1965 HSU graduate and current administrative secretary to the Dean of the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences will replace Carol Stephens as assis- tant registrar at HSU. Mrs. Stevens a 1975 graduate of McMurry College In Abilene was promoted to assistant registrar In Oct. 1979 and Is curently working on a music master's degree at HSU anticipating graduation In May 1985. Mrs. Stephens' husband Jerry Is completing a master's degree this month and they plan to relocate outside of Abilene. Born on April 26 1944 Mrs. Kiser graduated from Fort Sumner High School In New Mexico. She is married to Allen R. Kiser and the couple have two sons Mark 15 and Keith 12. A member of Pioneer Drive Alumni to be honored Three former students of Hardln-Slmmons University will be honored during Homecoming Feb. 1 as recipients of the 14th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards. They are Dr. Nelson H. Dyess of Phoenix Ariz. 195...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

j. 4 REATADecember 1984Page 7 r &.; . ..... W$J -r ':: ;i'i"" SOAPBOX Michael Guevara i. v .El " JL3I ' '1ShHHBi 9BNT FO R BPk1 wfc'liC' ppMl"'Jt IS HfH T JIH i.IHK!3 I iiMH Mm mwWWw &' " -'f ; vMlEk. HH: HP What a Sellecktlon! Three women employed by the University Press got together and decided that Tom Selleck was about all they needed for Christmas this year. The note to Santa and the Christmas bow was added to the poster which has graced the type-setting room for quite some time now. Dream on women! CAC News CAC will present the movie The King and I on Thursday Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. In Behrens Chapel Auditorium. The Sound of Musk will be shown on Saturday December 15 at 7 p.m. In Van Ellis Theatre with popcorn and Cokes being served. The CAC is also helping to sponsor a Person Decorating Contest during the study break breakfast on Dec. 18. ARA will help with' the prize money with $50 golngjpr first place $30 for second rJ&e and $20 for third place. Only one team per clu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 December 1984

Page 8REATADecember 1984 This week in HSU sports Cowboys split first two games at home Byron Strickland and Vlnce Vit- tatoe shared team scoring honors last week with 15 points apiece In leading the Cowboys to a 72-49 thrashing of the Indians of Dallas Baptist College Strickland and Vittatoe scored four points apiece In helping the 'Pokes jump out to an 8-2 lead DBC never got closer than four at 8-4 the rest of the way Craig Sladek poured in 12 points to be the only other player in double figures In a game that saw no player play for more than 30 minutes except for Sladek On Saturday night the Cowboys were stopped by St Louis University In the Mabee Complex by the score of 66-64 Vlnce Vittatoe led the Cowboys In scoring with 19 points In 37 minutes of action Craig Sladek was the only other Cowboy in double figures with 10 Tony Brown led the St Louis attack with 19 points many of them coming from shots In the lane Carvin Norman added 16 as St Louis U raised their record to 3-2 on the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 26 February 1985

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 26 February 1985

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 26 February 1985

REATA February 1985 Page 3 opinione3itorSP oped CD A change In the weather that is as drastic as the one we've experienced during the last few days causes all sorts of things out of the ordinary to occur. Driving to school and work In this gook is bad enough not to mention scrap- ing Ice and snow off of windows and warming up the car for two or three hours ahead of departure time. Those of us who live off campus however go through a few extra hardships that those lucky (In this case) Individuals who live In the dorms do not have to face. Students who live on campus don't have pets. We have two Before yester- day these two pets a dog and a cat were outside pets After we heard the weather forecast on Wednesday evening complete with the stockman's ad- visory we opted to bring our stock in from the eight degree expected overnight low. No problem. The cat slept and is still sleeping. In our room upstairs while the German Shepherd is barracaded In the living room downstairs. The only prob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 26 February 1985

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 26 February 1985

REATA February 1985 Pag 5 HSU to sponsor symposium Hardln-Slmmons University will sponsor a symposium dealing with student financial aid on Tuesday Feb. 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. Abilene Christian University and McMurry College personnel will also be on the program. Bill Elliott director of education for the Valley Baptist Medical Center and president of the Texas Association of Student Financial Advisors will be one of the prin- cipal leaders at the program in Behrens Chapel on the HSU cam- pus. Barry C. Tyler vice president for admissions and financial aid at HSU said the program "Will con slst of an overview of all levels of student financial assistance." "Knowledgeable speakers will make presentations regarding the types of assistance available for students through the use of institu- tional based scholarship funds educational loans and state and federal programs "said Tyler. Speakers will Include: Two selected to Who's Who Dr. Rupert N. Richardson president emeritus at Hardin Simmons ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 26 February 1985

AMERICA'S FIRST LADY OF FREEDOM It has been said that she is the heart of America the soul of her people. She has given both form and substance to one of man's most sacred possessions... freedom. She cannot speak a word and yet is able to communicate the American ideal of freedom to the peoples of all nationalities She has graced a small island in New York Habor for almost 100 years and has personally welcomed literally millions of immigrants to these hallowed shores of opportunity. She is a proud lady in distress She is Liberty. Our most powerful symbol of freedom is in an advanced state of deterioration A century of exposure to the corrosive salt air of New York Harbor has severely damaged both the external beauty and in- ternal structure of the statue This hugh copper sheathed figure is the largest statue ever made The people of France presented the Statue of Liberty to the Am- bassador of the United States in Paris or July 4 1884 It was destin- ed to become America's most enduri...

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