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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1996

Page 12 The Brand November 21 1996 READY TO ROCK HSU men reload for 1997 campaign WmMmSwSfMSBm . Bi2 I i I'll ""m HBnK&5& i ; : ; Photos courtesy of HSU Sports Information and the Abilene Reporter News Top: HSU's Bernard Combs (20) goes after a loose ball last season. Combs led all Cowboy returners in scoring last season averaging 11 points per game. Left: Head coach Dennis Harp looks for his fourth 20-win season. By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys will be looking for their fourth 20-win season in the last live years as they take to the court for a pair of games this weekend. Head coach Dennis Harp welcomes back two starters and five other letlernen from last season's squad that finished 20- 5 and third in the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Two of HSU's live losses came to National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I members Southern Methodist University and Baylor University. HSU's top returning offensive threats are gua...

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 — 5 December 1996

Volume 84 Number 1 2 Seizing Oie Students ofHcudin-Simnions IJnvoersitij Since 1916 December 5 1996 IN THE SPIRIT .r" ' '?c!l ' r - m " T "f Holidays begin with nativity tree lighting By Leianne Robertson Special Writer Seveial events Dii ilic campus ol Haulm-Simmons Univeisity (nought llic spun ol Chi isim.is alive this week including the school's annual lighting ol the campus Cliiisim.is nee ami he nativ- it scene Both events began on I'uesday night with the he nativity itinning thrtuiyh tonight liom d M) to S 0 p in The nativity scene sponsoied In HSU s Stiulent Foundation was located in liont ol the campus' mam enhance ccording to eooidin.Koi Shelly McMillan dilleient nieinheisol the oiga- mation took pail in the scene each night "Hie nativity is simlenls way ol get- ling involved with Cluistmas lestivities on campus." saul McMillan "It's oui way ol shanng Jesus Chi 1st with otheis" Iuesday night's cast included I hsahelh John as Mai Stee Benei as Joseph Rachel Whelan Natalie Wi...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 5 December 1996

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Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 5 December 1996

December 5 1996 The Brand Page 3 A tribute to dad from a son far away By Dennis Lee Special Writer My mother and sisters were laugh- ing out loud; my father was only smiling. All of this due to a conversation that took place not too long ago. My elder sister Kat asked me "Boy how do you pronounce 'F-A-T'?" I replied "Fat." She continued with "Good. Now how do you pronounce 'H-E-R'?" I again replied "Her." Then she finally asked mc to pro- nounce the word "father." I said excited- ly "Fat-Hcr." Once I said this everyone in the car burst into laughter. I couldn't help that I was only 10 years old when I fell into my sister's trap. But looking back 1 1 years ago the description seemed to be quite true. My father was a rather large man with a huge belly; so huge he could sit a cup of cof- fee on it without spilling a drop of its contents. Even today his stomach is still big but more rounded now that he resembles the "God of Prosperity." "Dad" or "Daddy" is what wc call him instead of fa...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 5 December 1996

Page 4 The Brand December 5 1996 HSU to graduate 132 at fall commencement Burroughs' to receive doctorates Approximately 132 students arc degree candidates for Hardin-Simmons University's fall commencement exercises to be held on Friday Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. in Bchrcns Chapel. HSU President Lanny Hall will give a charge to the graduates during the cere- monies. 1vo honorary doctorate degrees will also be presented at the ceremonies to Glen and Virginia Burroughs of Dallas. Both arc graduates of HSU and former trustees. CANDIDATES FOR BACCALAUREATE DEGREES Bachelor of Arts From Abilene: Lisa Michelle Dyson Michelle Christina East Philip Edward Guitar Michael Jay Hale and Christopher J. Sullivan. From elsewhere: Angic Dion Bradshaw Gunnison CO; Erica Nancy Carter Glen Rose; Nolan Paul Cordcr Rankin; John Kelly Frost Lcwisvillc; Dcnisc Dcsircc' Gardner San Marcos; Sandra Kay Howie Clyde; Brian David Henderson Roysc City; Ursula Ismacla Jaso Bakcrsficld CA; Teresa E. Martin Dycss AFB; Sarah...

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

December 5 1996 The Brand Page 5 HSU freshman continues family legacy By Kathy Suel Special Writer Gladys Marie Haley Musick a 1939 graduate of then Simmons College is leaving a legacy of helping those in need to her great-granddaughter Misty Owens a freshman at Hardin-Simmons. When Dr. Bob Fink Owen's English professor requested that the class write an essay about their "hero" Misty chose to write about her grandmother. Musick who was valedictorian of Abilene High School in 1927 applied to Simmons College with a desire to further her education and was accepted. She lived at home with her parents to save on expenses and walked three miles some- times several times a day to attend col- lege. During her time at Simmons she met and married James Austin Musick a the- ology student only two months before the great stock market crash in 1929. After James graduated he moved to Houston where he worked as an assistant manager in a major department store; Gladys remained behind to complete he...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 5 December 1996

Page 6 The Brand December 5 1996 Latest Trek-fllck packs big sci-fi thrills By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief "Resistance is futile!" As arc any thoughts that Star Trek: First Contact may be wearing the Trek feature film scries a bit thin; it's excellent from story line to special effects. In this the eighth 7r?A-fIick Jonathan Frakcs (also playing Comm. William Rikcr) wastes no time putting the Enterprise and its crew into the mix of his dircctoral debut. This time their tangle is with the evil Borg a race of cybcrnctically enhanced humnnoids capable of assimilating all walks of life; a race Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) is all too familiar with. We discover early on (as most of you Trekkies will already know) that the true conflict between man and Borg lies in Picard as First Contact opens with flash- backs of a time (dating back several seasons ago on TVs Star Trek: The Next Generation) when the com- mander of the Enterprise was captured by the malicious aliens. "Resista...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 5 December 1996

December 5 1996 The Brand Page 7 Schwarzenegger comedy falls short in laughs By Javier Vargas Special Writer Jingle All the Way may not be your best choice for a holiday comedy but then again Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad aren't the best comedy duo around. The film was produced by Chris Columbus (Home Alone) and directed by Brian Levant (The Flincstoncs). While Schwarzenegger's new come- dy about a forgetful father may be funny for kids 10 and under most older chil- dren and parents may find it boring. Jingle is also making a promotion of a new action figure called "Turbo Man" which is one of the hottest toys of the season. Schwarzenegger along with Sinbad and other parents is trying to get one on Christmas Eve for his son. Schwarzenegger plays Howard Langston a busy businessman who for- gets everything that his son Jamie (Jake Lloyd) wants him to do. His chance to make-up for upsetting his son is to get him a Turbo Man and go to the parade. Howard's wife Liz (Rita Wilson) asked ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 5 December 1996

Page 8 The Brand December 5 1996 Balanced attack paces Cowgirls in early season Davis Fowler freshman trio lead Cowgirl basketball program by Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowgirls basketball team has used a bal- anced attack early this season as they have rode the wave of both youth and experience to a 4-2 record. HSU lost the first of two consecutive games last Wednesday as they fell to National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II member Mary-Hardin Baylor 83-59. Junior center Mickey Davis led all Cowgirls in scoring dropping in 17 points and pulling down 1 1 rebounds. Davis was joined in double figures by Ballinger sophomore Nellie Fowler with 12 points and DeLcon freshman Kathiyn Olwell with 10. The Cowgirls' next game ended in defeat as well as they were beaten by the University of Texas-FJ Paso 93-52 a NCAA Division 1 foe. Michelle McLellan paced the Cowgirls in scoring with 14 points. Fowler and Davis also scored in dou- ble figures in the ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

Volume 84 Number 13 Sewing the Students ofHaixM-Sirnrnons University Since 1916 January 23 1997 NEWS Student body to elect new con- gress president today . . . .Page 4. BSM plans mission trips for spring break '97 Page 5. Art department plans art history study in Italy for first summer ses- sion Page 6. ENTERTAINMENT Film Reviews Evita is a big success for Madonna; The People vs. Larry Flynt isn't all that liberating Pages 8 & 9. 24th annual American Music Awards airs next week .Page 9. SPORTS Hardin-Simmons handball team performs well at Texas A&M tournament Page 11. Cowboy basketball takes two of three in conference; 'girls a perfect 3-0 Page 12. Election for Student Congress president is today; vot- ing ends at 6 p.m. Don Stevenson's opening reception for art exhibit is this evening from 5:30-7 p.m. HSU men's and women's basketball faces the University of Dallas today at 5:30 & 7:30 p.m. Friday Jan. 24 is the last day for graduate students to file diplo- ma cards for ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

Page 2 The Brand January 23 1997 Focus on God beware of the resolution pollution The start of a new year is once again upon the scholastically faithful of Hardin-Simmons University. Well sort of. It doesn't necessarily feci like a time of "new beginnings" with our quest for academic success being the ongoing trek that it is. Our lives will still be lived "by the books" as term papers and the signs of first exams peek their heads over the horizon. "New beginnings." Where have you heard this term before? It's a popular phrase that coincides with a jump from the old to the new; it comes in the forms of weight loss more cxccrcisc and a more responsible way of living; and mil- lions of people around the world young and old alike swear by its creed at least once every year. It's a funny thing we like to call "New Year's Resolutions" and it's had people sucked into its habit- ual trap since the dawn of civilization. Let's face it raise your hand if you truly honor the "resolution contract"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

January 23 1997 The Brand Page 3 A Valentine's Day wish for love and roses Well it's that time of year again when sappy people get even sappier and some little fat guy running around in a diaper with a bow and arrow is idolized. Now you might be thinking that last time you checked it was January but you can never start thinking about Valentine's Day too soon. Yes Valentine's Day is fast approaching and there arc presents to be purchased and plans to be made. If you arc a male and have a girl- fricndfiancccwifc then you can say with 99.99 percent accuracy that she has already started planning how she is going to get you to buy her what she wants for Valentine's Day. Try to be sen- sitive to the many hints that she will be dropping over the next few weeks; it will make your life a whole lot easier for the rest of the year. Just to make it clear to my husband that I want roses for Valentine's Day I mention that Wild Rice and Flowers is having a sale a dozen roses for $25. What a bargai...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

Page 4 The Brand January 23 1997 b JQ1 WjJM Student Congress presi- dent to be elected today By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief In just a few short hours the results of the 1997 Hardin-Simmons Student Congress presidential election will be revealed to the student body with each of three candidates hoping to be named to the position. In Thursday morning's chapel service candidates Jana Broughton James Christoferson and Megan Eads were given the opportunity to publically voice their opinions on several key campus issues. Current president Brad Butler asked the candi dates questions pertaining to initiative current policies and goals for HSU. Each candidate was given three minutes to respond. Broughton a junior political science major from Oklahoma City OK is the current congrcssman-at-largc and elections chair- person for Student Congress. Her platform focuses on better com- munications between congress and the student body with a desire to get the students involved. "Congress has lost ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

January 23 1997 The Brand Page 5 BSM plans mission trips for spring break '97 By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor While most students at Hardin- Simmons arc caught up in the beginnings of another semester some arc already making plans for spring break. Vacation and relaxation however arc not first on their list. The Baptist Student Ministries is tak- ing two groups of students on spring break mission trips in '97 Beth Smith associate director of religious activities will accompany a group of more than 20 students on Mission Texas and Palmer McCown director of religious activities will travel with 11 students to Ontario Canada. Mission Texas as Smith has dubbed her trip is a "tour of Texas" she says that will begin at a missions conference at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Louie Giglio formerly involved with Choice Ministries in Waco will be speaking at the conference on the subject of "No Excuses." The group will spend the first part of spring break at Mission Arlington wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

Page 6 The Brand January 23 1997 Theatre students travel to New York meet Lane By Melissa Robinson Staff Writer Every theatre student has a dream of being an actor or actress on Broadway. Fortunately a group of these students from Hardin-Simmons had the chance to gain first-hand knowledge and advice from some of today's biggest Broadway stars. During the week of Jan. 7-12 stu- dents Shane Bryan Tiffany Boot Lorrie Gann Jeanne Jester Megan Johnston Melissa Robinson Jason Solis and Susan Swindle saw the sights New York City had to offer. The group was accompanied by Dr. James Ivey head of the department of theatre and Carla Pitts professor of communication. Major New York landmarks such as the Empire State Building Ellis Island and the Apollo Theatre in Harlem offered a chance to get a good view of the city. The Lyceum Theatre the oldest theatre on Broadway and the Schubeit Archives which houses Broadway memorabilia from the 1900s gave the group the chance to touch base with their own...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

January 23 1997 The Brand Page 7 J MUHHIMBUateUSfa in mi ill I n nun ii mum nun mi ifm niii wtm in i in iihi u Mark your calendar for Februaryth! HSU Tutorial Center WHO: WHAT: WHERE: WHEN: Just for YOU! All HSU students A new Tutorial Center offering academic assistance Room 307 Abilene Hall Mon Tues & Thurs 7:30-11:30 p.m. wmSSM Uiympia MHitfcounsdorsstamakegiiiHKJ r BKcgg?at Camp 01yrtipIaRHgH IWith over-35 differentactiWtiesJB Hrtisttieperfedtplacmira HftfnendshiRs)fun;adverTture'5Be2 Efriendsl mattw land GREATjpeople Dates May 26-Junc 1 5. June 16-July 6 July 7-July 27. July 28-August 9 Bobby Davis HardinSimmons University I Moody Center-Lobby Monday Feb. 10 1997 10:00 AM -3:00 PM Rt. 2. Box 25-B Trinity. TX 75662 409-594-2541 COST: NO CHARGE!!! I I AREAS COVERED: I 1 Core Curriculum I I Accounting English Math 1 I Bible Foreign Languages Political Science I Biology Geology Psychology Chemisty History Sociology I Economics Life Science I If you have any questions or need an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

Page 8 The Brand January 23 1996 Madonna Banderas soar in Webber-Rice musical By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief Hallelujah! Madonna has finally mastered something in Hollywood aside from lewd lyrics and cone-shaped brassieres-a musical script. And much credit is due to the star of Evita for her role as Argentine diva Eva Peron. She plays the lyrical role with excellent savvy. Film Review Evita Operatic drama of the life of Eva Peron. Rated PG for mild sensuality and adult theme. fc -fa -jfc- out of possible 4. Actually Madonna may be the only woman in "Tinsletown" who could take the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice piece and make a sexy seductive Eva shine on the big screen. Unfortunately many won't tolerate director Alan Parker's two-hour operatic format; few lines are spoken throughout. Evita is the musical account of the true story of Eva Duarte an illegitimate Madonna (right) portrays the ambitious Eva Peron and Antonio Banderas stars as Che in Hollywood Pictures' Evita. She meets Pe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

January 23 1997 The Brand Page 9 American Music Awards to air on ABC-TV next week The 24th annual "American Music Awards" special will be telecast live on the ABC Television network from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Monday Jan. 27. The TV special will begin at 8 p.m. EasternPacific time and is a presenta- tion of Dick Clark Productions inc. with Clark serving as executive produc- er. Comedian Sinbad will be hosting. Nominations for the American Music Awards this year are in seven cat- egories: In the PopRock Country and SoulRhythm & Blues categories awards will be presented for Favorite Male and Female Vocalist Favorite Group Favorite Album and Favorite New Artist. In the RapHip Hop Heavy MetalHark Rock Adult Contemporary and Alternative Music categories awards will be presented for Favorite Artist. An award will also be presented for Favorite Soundtrack. In addition to the ceremonies a special "Award of Merit" will be pre- sented rock and roll original Little Richard...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

Page 10 The Brand January 23 1997 Cowboys fall El Guapo joins Packer bandwagon On Sunday morning the Washington Post reported a story which brought immeasurable glee to Redskinland. The headlines read "The Wicked Witch is Dead!" They were referring to the loss of the Cowboys to Carolina. However these same headlines had a much different effect on me. I inevitably drifted to the one place where I knew I could find solace; I sought out the one man who could surely empathize with my pain. At his abode the "Tortilla Flats" I found El Guapo. Instead of the sulking shamble of a man I expected to find EI Guapo and Hugo Hambone were whooping it up to a new Tejano soundtrack. On their heads to my disgust and astonishment they wore the customary emblem of the rabid Packer fan a cheese head. I turned down the volume and commenced berating them for their betrayal. "You two ought to be ashamed of yourselves. One loss and you turn your backs on America's team" I lectured. "America's Team?" questi...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

January 23 1996 The Brand Page 11 Handball team travels to A&M for tournament The Hardin-Simmons handball team competed in the AggieLand Classic at Texas A&M on Dec. 6-8 with Eric Macy taking the championship in the Mens C division. The HSU team consisting of Butch Lonsbury Trevor Thomas Anthony Easley Eric Macy and Bryan Chamncss all competed in the Mens C Singles divi- sion with LonsburyEaslcy and MacyChamness competing in the B Doubles division. The tournament con- sisted of participants from A&M the University of Texas and other schools in the Dallas area. Although having only one player with prior toumarnent competition in handball the HSU team looked good in the early going as all five players won their first matches in the singles division. However in the first round of doubles competition only the team of Macy & Chamncss moved on with a win over a team from A&M. They lost their second game in doubles and were eliminated. All five men breezed through the s...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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