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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 7 November 1996

Page 12 The Brand November 7 1996 Cowboys clip Indians in OT sting 'Jackets Josh BowermanThe Brand Barry Campbell (53) Jason Cothran (45) and Andrew Sanders (65) bottle up a McMurry University running back during last Saturday's 30-27 over- time win over the cross-town rival Indians. OEFENSlwttMROFfimWEEK HanJioSimmonstlnivcrsUy'scmorvqiiar terback Todd Baumann was named American Southwest Confrence Offensive Player of the Week two weeks ago for his profarmance against the then fourth ranked Howard Payne University YellowjacfceLs. Baumann completed 20 of 39 passes for a carccr-bcst 42? yards and five touchdowns in the Cowboys' 4I2G win over Howard Payne. lite victory improved the Cowboys to 6 1 on the season and moved HSU up to thei Ho. 1 stot n the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Pivisioji irtootball polh '-&?' ?' NAIA Division II Football Poll Here is the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division II top 10 Football Poll for the week of Novemb...

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 — 14 November 1996

Volume 84 Number 10 Serving the Students qfHaidinirnrnons University Since 1916 November 14 1996 NEWS Fall round-up will begin in the campus of Hardm-Simmons this weekend Page 3. Dr. Paul Sorrels as dean of graduate studies plays a major role at HSU Page 4. ENTERTAINMENT "A Scottish Play" opening tonight in Van Ellis Theatre presents an interesting dark side to Shakespeare Page 6. Concert Review Steven Curtis Chapman with some help from Audio Adrenaline rocked Abilene last weekend . .Page 6. Film Review Mel Gibson and Ron Howard get intense in Ransom Page 7. SPORTS Cowboy football loses a close one to Sul Ross State . .Page 8. Cowboy soccer ends its sea- son with a NAIA playoff loss to LeTourneau Page 8. Advanced registration for Spring classes begins today. "A Scottish Play" opens tonight at 8p.m. in Van Ellis Theatre. HSU Fall round-up begins on Friday Nov. 15. Social club pledging officially ends on Friday Nov. 15. Music scholarship auditions will be held on Saturday Nov. 16. Wor...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1996

Page 2 The Brand November 14 1996 Rafting brings out life- lesson in experiences i ii ii ii im irnBBTTT'y - Tfezilli . n m W !s Uafn po ii 53 HH ZjMElZZ o ff HIlL HI H H F' 4$ (n jP 50 5t 51 S3 4H ap "jBr" " " Hi" !jHfc Jake Long In life first-time experiences can sometimes cause highly unpleasant situa- tions. However during these times valu- able lessons in life can be learned. For myself an adventure rafting down the Pecos River proved to be a learning experience The day of the trip had finally arrived and my friends and I packed our rafts into my car to go to the river. Along the way they gave me some advice on rafting since this was my first opportu- nity to raft alone. All the precautions and techniques of rafting seemed to make me even more apprehensive instead of giv- ing me a sense of assurance for the upcoming event. Honestly I really didn't know what to expect concerning the trip because I was afraid of the possibility of failure. Anxiety overwhelmed my emotions as the co...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1996

November 14 1996 The Brand Page 3 BGCT elects officers discusses plan for Texas By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Despite underlying tensions al the Baptist General Convention of Texas there was a general feeling of peace and good will according to Hardin-Simmons pro- fessors and convention participants Dr. Omcr Hancock and Dr. Susan Pigott. The convention met last Monday and Tuesday to conduct the annual business of the churches associated with the BGCT. This year the main issue seemed to be that there were "two people nominated for president of the convention and two nominated for the positions of first and second vice president" said Dr. Hancock pro- fessor of church ministry and director of in-service train- ing in the theology department. Charles Wade current BGCT president and one of the moderate members of the convention ran for re-election against fundamentalist Rick Scarborough. Wade was re-elected claiming 66 percent of the votes. Marvin Griffin was elected first vice pres...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1996

Page 4 The Brand November 14 1996 Sorrels plays major role in HSU graduate programs m 1 Sorrels By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer Dr. Paul Sorrels has been at Hardin- Simmons University since 1983. He came here from Wayland Baptist University in Plainvicw to teach undergraduate psy- chology courses. For the past three years however he has served as the dean of graduate studies at HSU. As dean Dr. Sorrels sees himself as a "different kind of dean." "With 21 gradu ate programs only one of those physical therapy reports directly to me. That in itself is only by default because there isn't an undergradu- ate physical therapy program" Dr. Sorrels said. The graduate programs arc staffed by faculty who report to someone else usu- ally the dean of that specific discipline. Dr. Sorrels is given the task of coordinat- ing these groups making suggestions encouraging them and recruiting students. He feels that sometimes this system might seem ineffective to some people but to him it works well. ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1996

November 14 1996 The Brand Page 5 Physics Yankees are Peslaks big interests Molly GriffithThe Brand Dr. Peslak head of the Hardin-Simmons department of chemistry and physics lectures to his astronomy class. He is currently into his 19th year of instructing at HSU. '4") - IV1 The 1995-96 Yearbook's are finally m 6 If you purchased a yearbook from last year you may come by the Brand office room 306A to pick it up. 3 m Pa. iKwSxT-ir- P H - Advising & Advance Registration Schedule for Spring Classes 90 Hours Thursday November 14 60 Hours Monday November 18 30 Hours Wednesday November 20 Less than 30 Hours Friday November By Adrian Viccellio Staff Writer Completing his 19th year of instruc- tion at Hardin-Simmons University Dr. John Peslak head of the department of chemistry and physics distinguishes him- self as an innovative leader a voracious photographer and a loyal Yankee fan. An interview with Dr. Peslak highly reveals his adventurous spirit and honest approach towards life. Al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1996

Page 6 The Brand November 14 1996 Macbeth 'deconstruction' is highly artistic By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief A deconstruction on text? More like a wildly maddening look at the darker side of Shakespeare. Either way you look at it the Hardin-Simmon.s Department of Theatre's production of "A Scottish Play" is wickedly excellent from cast to content. Based on Shakespeare's "Macbeth" the HSU production as directed by Dr. James Ivey is considered a "deconstruc- tion" of the classic play. As stated by Dr. hey "the major events of 'Macbeth' are seen but not necessarily in the way that Shakespeare wrote them. It's a fresh insight to a great classic." Insightful indeed. Most of the characters from the orig- inal are here in some form or fashion with the lead of those being Macbeth (Chris Solis). He along with Lady Macbeth (Tiffany Boot) make for the show's evil activity in plotting the deaths of king Duncan (Mark Cox) and friend Banquo (Shane Bryan). A conscientiously evil look into the pl...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1996

November 14 1996 The Brand Page 7 Gibson Howard make good team in thriller By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief Ransom in all its pre-release action hoopla may be the first film of the sea- son that's as disappointing as it is thrilling. Now don't get me wrong it's real- ly thrilling! Director Ron Howard docs a great job combining the talent of Mel Gibson with a scries of edge-of-your-seat nail-bitters. However it's the mystery aspect that escapes Howard's grasp in this one plunging out the window in the film's opening 15 minutes. Howard introduces us early on to Tom Mullen (Gibson) a self-made air- line tycoon who's living securely in the million dollar limelight. Along with his wife Kate (Rene Russo) and son Sean (Brawley Nolte) Tom is a man who val- ues family. But what happens when that family security is threatened? That's what Ransom sets out to answer when Tom's son is kidnapped. Headed by Gary Sinisc the kidnappers demand a $2 million ransom in exchange for the kid no questions ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1996

Page 8 The Brand November 14 1996 Cowboys fall to Lobos on road 31-26 . jji..jijuiiijKii0HM)pi i ii wiiwwwwwfWiiii pf. Josh BowermanThe Brand HSU Running back Jeff Whitley (14) picks up yardage against Sul Ross State University earli- er this season. Last Saturday the transfer gained a team-high 89 yards on 10 carries before leaving the contest with an injury. By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys could not overcome a halftimc deficit as they fell to the Sul Ross State University Lobos in a sec-saw battle last Saturday 31-26. The loss marks the first conference setback the Cowboys have suffered in the last 10 Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association and American Southwest Conference contests and the first-ever loss by HSU to Sul Ross State. After Sul Ross kicked a field goal on their opening possession of the game quarterback Todd Baumann passed two yards to tight end Will Duggan for the equal- izing score. The HSU extra point was unsuccessful howeve...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

Page 2 The Brand November 21 1996 Tis' the season to be graciously thankful Well it's that most inevitable time of year again. Time to prepare for the mobs or shoppers looking for that special holiday gift; time for families to gather around the "turkey" table for some of the best home-cooking any student will see dur- ing the year; and time to find that perfect tree to place next to the warm cozy liv- ing room fire. It all sounds pretty good to us; and routine. But how docs it fair for those who will spend this time in another homeless shelter; or for those who won't even be that fortunate. You sec while we celebrate the nor- malities of giving and sharing during this holiday season someone will be out there fighting to survive. The holidays will bring no joy for this person only a constant reminder that the nights arc get- ting colder. There won't be any pumpkin pic to eat or presents under the tree. And St. Nick and his slay will most likely pass by this person's hopes and dreams...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

November 21 1996 The Brand Page 3 Rejoice in Him no mat- ter what confronts you Being my last semester here at HardirvSimmons graduation is just a few short weeks away. Papers arc due chapel credits arc expected resume's need to be sent apartments need to be looked at article deadlines arc here and finals arc quickly approaching. Not to mention the every- day class meetings work schedules and remembering to pay the bills. When I think of my time at HSU I start to reminisce about my experiences good and bad while I sit at my desk piled with textbooks and rough drafts. I think of the many friends I have made in the past two and a half years. Football games pledging Delta dorm life and spontaneous trips around Texas made these years in college pass by so fast. I am hesitant to leave because my life will change drastically and I feci the same way I did about graduating high school in Wyoming. (If you had asked mc three years ago if I thought I would ever be in Texas let along HSU I prob...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

Page 4 The Brand November 21 1996 Working students must learn to manage time By Jake Long Staff Writer Many students at Hardin-Simmons University find themselves in a situation that is comparable to the real world it's called employment. Along with the pressures of excelling in school these students have to encounter a daily working environment every week for a means of income. As a result priorities arc often altered to com- pensate for their situation. According to first-year graduate stu- dent Cindy Hatcher time management is essential for students that participate in the classroom and the work force. "I have to prioritize my time between work and school" remarks Hatcher an employee of Schnitman and Associates. "But I also have to realize that my edu- cation is my main priority." At the same time a job is equally important because of the responsibility of paying bills. Living expenses such as rent insurance food and transportation are major reasons that many students must work. "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

Page 6 The Brand November 21 1996 Cowboys bounce Kangaroos 33-0 By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys' defense made a strong statement last Saturday as they shut out the Austin College Kangaroos 33-0 to close out the 1996 regular season. The HSU defense held the Kangaroos to a paltry eight yards rushing for the game breaking a team record set in 1954 as the Cowboys clinched the inaugural American Southwest Conference crown. More importantly the win put Hardin-Simmons in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division II Football playoffs for the fifth consecutive season. Transfer running back Jeff Whitley scored the first of two first-quarter touchdowns on the game's opening possession as he put the Cowboys ahead to stay with a two-yard run. - Kicker Brian Bcddow added the extra point and the HSU route was on. After the defense forced an Austin College punt the HSU offense went right back to work. Quarterback Todd Baumann connected with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

Cowboys take on Evangel in first-found playoff matchup By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys will don their road whites this weekend as they will travel to Springfield Missouri to take on the Evangel College Crusaders in the first round of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics football playoffs. HSU coached by Jimmic Keeling (53-237 years) enters the contest 8-2 on the season and American Southwest Conference champions. HSU was ranked eleventh in the final NAIA Division II regular season football poll. Evangel led by head coach Keith Barcficld (50-268 years) comes in to the playoffs at 9-0 having won their last 14 regular-season games in a row. They arc the champions of the Heart of America Athletic Conference and ranked fifth in the last NAIA Division II poll. The Crusaders carry the nation's top defense into Saturday's playoff con- test as they only give up an average of 216 total yards and 1 1 points per game. Strong safety Daryl Dol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

November 21 1996 The Brand Page 9 Carleton challenges students to prepare for life By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer A love for students and a knack for organization allow Linda Carleton to con- tinually challenge those she encounters at Hardin-Simmons University. As dean of students at HSU. Carleton combines these aspects to challenge stu- dents to become the best they can be and to make a difference in their world. Dean Carleton was born in Shreveport Louisiana where she lived up until her college years. In her first year of college she attended Louisiana Slate University before transferring to Louisiana Tech in Ruston where she earned her bachelor degree in secondary education. She later earned her master's in education adminis- tration through Louisiana State. Carleton came to Hardin-Simmons in the spring of 1978 as an adjunct professor of education with the responsibility of supervising the student teachers. She had been teaching llth grade English before she and her husband Rob...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

Page 10 The Brand November 21 1996 Vaughan's Greatest Hits won't give you 'blues' By Paul Corder Staff Writer Tragic circumstances have taken the lives of many great musicians at the peak of their careers. The career of Stcvic Ray Vaughan was cut short when he was killed on August 27 1990 in a helicopter crash just hours after performing at Mt. Ruslimorc with other blues greats such as Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy. Clapton who followed Vaughan at the show recalled "I think it had gone past the point of being envious or depressed because I knew that no one would expect me to be that good." Entitled Greatest Hits this collection of songs taken from the four studio albums Vaughan made before his death attempts to pay tribute to this guitarist who took the often under-appreciated blues to another level. The most ironic thing about Vaughan's death was that it came after recovering from in his own words a total "physical emotional and mental" breakdown brought about by severe drug and alcoh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

I - November 21 1996 The Brand Page 11 Women's club volleyball wins tournament By Scott Haner Special Writer The Hardin-Simmons women's club volleyball team won the fifth annual Bonfire Classic Volleyball Tournament held at Texas A&M University this past weekend. The tournament was made up of over 20 teams from the general BryanCollege Station area but several teams including HSU travelled to Texas A&M to partici- pate in the tournament. The tournament entries were mostly independent USVBA (United States Volleyball Association) teams made up of women who had previously played in school or for recreation. However as in the case of HSU some squads were col- lege club teams. Th'e HSU women's club team (better known by their letters: VfB) was formed less than two months ago and seeing how this was their first tournament no one was sure what to expect. The team had little practice-time together over that two month stretch which made for the team's lack of experience as a complete...

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