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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1997

Page 12 The Brand January 23 1997 Cowboys win McMurry beats HPU for three-way tie By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief With a little cross-town help last Saturday the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys moved back to the front of the American Southwest Conference pack beating Sul Ross State 81-72 at the Mabee Complex. The win over the Lobos combined with McMurry's upending of ASC leader Howard Payne on Saturday put the Cowboys Indians and Yellowjackets in a three-way tie for first at 2-1. HSU is 7-6 overall. Bernard Combs and David McKcel led the Cowboy scoring attack with 23 and 22 respectively. Justin Moore and Chris Wilkins also poured in 14 and 12 with Moore scoring 12 of his 14 in the second half. Combs and Moore had 8 rebounds apiece. "We really played an all-around solid game" said Combs. "But our defense was the key in the second half." The Cowboys held the Lobos to just 31 points after intermission with nearly half of those coming with less than five minutes to play in the contest. The win ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

Volume 84 Number 14 Serving the Students qfHcazinSirnrnons University Since 1916 February 6 1997 NEWS John Wayne Rosson begins community-wide welfare reform program Page 4. The Mcintosh family shares their experiences as missionaries in Scotland Page 5. Passion '97 gets Christians on fire for Christ Page 6. ENTERTAINMENT HSU Students create two new Christian bands Manasseh and Servant's Piercing Page 7. Film Review Star Wars is simply unforgettable on the big screen Page 8. SPORTS Cowboy baseball kicks off '97 campaign next week . . Page 11. Men's basketball wins two of three drops ASC game to Ozarks Page 12. Financial aid debt manage- ment counseling will be held today until 4 p.m. HSU women's and men's bas- ketball teams will be at McMurry University to face the Indians at 1 and 3 p.m. The general election for Student Congress will be held on Monday Feb. 10. HSU Cornerstone series will begin during chapel on Tuesday Feb. 11 and run through Thursday Feb. 13. Student Congress will h...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

Page 2 The Brand February 6 1997 a wM""" n ITT B I ACROSS 1 Cry loudly 5 Sorrow lOHouso InJoroz 14 Clevoland's lake 15" Lucy" (TV rerun) 16 arms (very angry) 17 Dancer Pavlova 18 Troubled 19 Have confidence 20 Interfere 22 well 24 A direction 26 Driod out 27 Meant by impli- cation 31 Feeding trough 35 Winglike part 36 Flower part 38 Filched 39 Hoarfrost 41 Piece of turf 43 Shoe part 44 Occurrence 46 Cut into cubes 48 Caesar of old TV 49 Passover meals 51 Identity 53 Crucifix 55 maiosty 56 Sock pattern 58 Liko corduroy 62 Et (and oth- ers) 63 Violin name 66 Indian language 67 City in Poland 68 French painter 69 Cafe au 70 Dueling sword 71 Foe 72 ABA mem DOWN 1 Girder 2 English compos- er 3 Gale 4 Heavy 5 Dispossessed 6 Cry at bullfights 7 Smoked salmon 8 Kilns 9 Cash in t i2 3 14 "WpI5j7j?Brf" " " T4 Up B'G " B" H19 a a Br1 " " M 15 36 HMp HP5 59 60 62 Hp M 65 HP 67 H Bt 70 H" WM 0 1996 Tribune MedJ Services Inc All rights reserved 10 Undertows 11 Mimicked 12 Farm structure 13 "Have ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

February 6 1997 The Brand Page 3 When the chains of this world bind you stay close to Jesus PP - ' 1 IHl Olyinpm Dates: May 26-Junc 15 June I6-July 6 July 7-July 27 July 28-August 9 Bobby Davis HardinSimmons University Moody Center-Lobby Monday Feb. 10 1997 10:00 AM -3:00 PM Rt. 2. Box 25-B Trinity. TX 75B62 409-594-2541 By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor I'm staring at a blank screen; it's been blank for quite some time. My mind's a jumble and nothing seems to form a complete enough thought to print as an editorial. Do you ever find yourself here stiff fin- gers slow mind eyes burning from the harsh light of the screen of life's computer? I spent part of last week in a prison. Surprised? I saw the world from behind cold bars of silence and enviously watched people free to come and go as they please. My life was stagnating and I lost all hope of freedom. Chains called finances weariness and isola- tion grew heavier as the day wore on. I had made my choices irreversible and regrettabl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

Page 4 The Brand February 6 1997 PPPPPr VillHlMiM Jake LongThe Brand Senior John Wayne Rosson makes a difference in the Abilene communi- ty through a welfare reform program he created called Home Team. Rosson touches communi- ty through welfare program By Kristi Cargill Staff Writer As you look around the Hardin- Simmons campus you can see many indi- viduals with a number of talents. Often it's easy to identify those students who excel in academics sports ministry or other areas. John Wayne" Rosson is one of these students. And as a junior historyphiloso- phy student at HSU he has turned his dreams into realities at quite the young age. Among his many projects Rosson's key involvement lies in a program known as Home Team. This nonprofit welfare reform program created by the 21 -year-old encourages the community through efforts made by volunteers to reach out to those in need. "The mission of Home Team is to provide support for families striving for economic self-sufficiency." The pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

February 6 1997 The Brand Page 5 Mcintosh's mission experience takes him to Scottland By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer What do you call a Howard Payne Yellow Jacket who takes a six month "vacation" to Hardin-Simmons University? Scott Mcintosh the HSU missionary-in-rcsidcncc of course. Mcintosh his wife D'Lisa and their three children Austin Elisabeth and Hannah arc back in the United States for a six-month "furlough." (The Foreign Mission Board requires its missionaries to return to the United States for a time of reacquaintance with their home culture.) "I tell the people from my town when they ask why we have to go back to the U.S. that ethnically I'm Scottish nation- ally I'm American and culturally I am Texan. I love Texas and I was dying to get back and have some Mexican food." Mcintosh was born in Abilene but raised in Austin. He graduated from HPU with a B.A. in biblical languages. He felt God leading him to missions while he was at Howard Payne. "I was majoring in biblical l...

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

Page 6 The Brand February 6 1997 Passion '97 gives students h in in Christ By Jake Long Staff Writer A simple white bracelet as a fashion statement serves as a reminder to Hardin-Simmons students of the lessons learned at Passion '97 and the possibilities of a regathering in '98. Passion '97 was a convection held in Austin this past January where students were challenged at the event's conclusion to display bracelets they received until the beginning of February. The gesture has served two pur- poses since the event reminding the students to pray for Passion '98 and to take the opportunity to witness to oth- ers. "I think the bracelets have helped the students remember what they experienced at Passion" remarked Tim SucI an HSU junior who attended the event. "It also helps them continue to live as Christ would." The bracelets have sparked an interest by others who want to know what the gathering was about. "I was sur- prised when one of my professors asked me about Passion '97 after ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

February 6 1997 The Brand Page 7 New Christian bands debut in Behrens Chapel Manasseh Servant's Piercing take message of Christ to the stage By Lea Drake Media Relations Manasseh and Servant's Piercing two newly formed Christian bands in Abilene performed at Behrens Chapel on Friday Jan. 25. Both bands consist of Hardin- Simmons students. Manassch's unique sound generates from a group of talented students includ- ing three female singers and four instru- mentalists that play a variety of instru- ments from the mandolin to the bongo drums. The group's name comes from the Old Testament king Manasseh. According to the band King Manasseh was one of Israel's worst kings who repented and returned to God; this name symbolizes many of the personal testimonies of the band's members. Keri Kinerd one of the band's singers said "We have all turned our back on God at one time or another and we must all come to a time of repentance and turning to God who is willing to for- give and receives us." ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

Page 8 The Brand February 6 1996 The Force Will Be With You 'New' Star Wars strikes back big in theatres By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief Entertainment Weekly listed it as one of the biggest risks of 1997. Hey EW risk this! If there were any doubts that George Lucas' Star Wars: Special Edition could bring the fans back to the theatres for the film's 20th anniversary they were put to rest after its opening weekend it made over $36 million at the box office. The Force was definitely in the house for this one. -Film Review- sar Wars: Special Edition Newly enhanced version of the great science fiction classic. Rated PG for mild space violence. A- Tr out of possible 4. Writerdirectorproducer Lucas who revolutionalized life and the entertain- ment industry with the first of his galac- tic trilogy in 1977 began working on Star Wars: Special Edition four years ago with LucasFilm Ltd. His own Industrial Light & Magic co. today's leader in visual effects allowed for the enhancement of all...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

February 6 1997 The Brand Page 9 Romance revolution top best films of '96 By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief With everything from Fargo to Beavis & Bullhead released in theatres in 1996 there was always something to suite everyone's taste; almost too much. However in a year that might see its most difficult time with Oscar selections several film's rose above and beyond the call of duty; the elite of the pack if you will. As a shopper's guide to what's hot and what's not (which will be covered next week) here's what I carefully con- sidered the best film's '96 had to offer. 1. Jerry Maguire. "Show Tom the money!" all $1 10 million worth and thensome for his excellent hard-luck sports agent gig. It deserves every penny it can get its hands on. Cruise shows off his best stuff as "fast-talk" Maguire in the best romantic comedy of the year (perhaps the best in the past several years). He's my new "blue collar" nod for best actor at the Oscars along with co-star Cuba Gooding Jr. for a ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

Page 10 The Brand February 6 1997 Cowgirls drop two straight on road By Ryan Shelton Staff Writer The Hardin-Simmons University Cowgirls hit a stumbling block in their quest for the American Southwest Conference title and a berth in the nation- al playoffs last Saturday. The Lady Eagles from the University of the Ozarks played the spoilers beating the Cowgirls 67-53 in a game that dropped the Cowgirls out of first place in the conference. Poor shooting plagued Hardin- Simmons throughout the game as they connected on only 22 of 66 field goal attempts. UO shot over 50 percent from the floor for the game. Despite the loss Michelle McLellan displayed stellar play with a team high 21 points. Kathryn Otwell also had a strong showing with 12 points and Mickey Davis led the team in rebounds with eight. With close to a minute left in the con- test the Cowgirls were within six points of tying the game. However intentional fouls forced the Lady Eagles to the free- throw line ending any hopes o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

February 6 1996 The Brand Page 11 Boys Of Summer - i- Pitching offense are key for '97 baseball season By John Neese Sports Information The Hardin-Simmons Cowboy base- ball team is hoping to compete for the 1997 American Southwest Conference title with the combination of a young pitching staff and experienced infield. The Cowboys who were 20-29 last season and 6-6 in conference play will field a team with only five seniors and 13 freshmen. HSU begins the season on Feb. 11 in Longvicw when they play LcToumeau University at 2:30 p.m. The Cowboys will face Hillsdale Freewill Baptist in their home opener at Hunter Field on Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. Leading the Cowboy offense in '97 will be senior first baseman Deric Neal of Abilene. Neal an all-conference selection the last two seasons led the team last year in home runs (11) RBI (53) and hits (66). He finished second on the team with a .386 batting average and tied for the lead in runs scored with 46. Another offensive threat for the Cowboys w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1997

Page 12 The Brand February 6 1997 Cowboys crush SW lose to Ozarks on road By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University mens basketball team posted a pair of wins against one loss last week as they defeajed the Southwestern College of Christian Ministries and Dallas Christian University at home before bowing to the University of the Ozarks on the road. HSU had four players score in double figures in the 94-75 SWCCM victory last Tuesday led by senior forward Justin Moore with 26 points. Guards David McKeel and Ryan Lindsey each scored 18 while center Chris Wilkins dented the nets for 10 points of his own. Moore also posted his first double-double of the week as he hauled down a team- high 12 rebounds. Senior guard Clay Cody paced the Cowboys with four assists in the contest. Hardin-Simmons also set a school record hitting 33 of 36 free throw attempts including 24 in a row. The Cowboys got more balanced scoring on the following Thursday as McKeel Moore Wilkins and Berna...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

February 13 1997 The Brand Page 3 It sometimes takes 'special people' to show the way The other day I came across a story which truly touched my heart. It increased my awareness of simple things and it made me focus on just how people-motivated I could be in my daily race. I ran across the little story in an Eminaus commu- nity mail-out that I feel was meant to be shared with all. I hope it touches you as directly as it did me. "A few years ago at the Seattle Special Olympics nine contestants all physically or mentally disabled assembled at the starting line for the 100 yard dash. At the gun they all started out not exactly in a 'dash' but with the relish to win the race. One boy stumbled and began to cry. The other eight heard the boy's cries and they slowed and paused. Then they all turned around and went back every one of them. A girl with Down's Syndrome bent down toward the boy and kissed him. Then all nine linked arms and walked together to the finish line. Everyone in the sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

Page 4 The Brand February 13 1997 Campus Digest 'Doc' Beazley to retire at HSU Dr. William O. (Doc) Bcazlcy 80-year-old director of Hardin-Simmons University's widely acclaimed Six White Horses program has decided to retire. President Lanny Hall said that Dr. Beazley a 45- year staffer at HSU will end his tenure as the school's director of the White Horse program on May 31 and will serve as a consultant through Dec. 31 of this year. The president also said that Dr. Beazley will be given special recognition at the HSU Alumni Association-sponsored Faculty-Staff Appreciation Banquet on the evening of April 1 1. "I think this is the right time to turn over the pro- gram to someone else" said Dr. Bcazlcy." He said that several health issues have influenced his decision to inform the university of his desire to end his official responsibilities. Dr. Bcazlcy has headed the Six White Horse pro- gram since the early 1960s and in recent years has writ- ten 10 books on the horses. The Beazley ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

February 13 1997 The Brand Page 5 McLean brings unique perspective to Cornerstone series By Jake Long Staff Writer Hardin-Simmons University took part once again in its annual Cornerstone Scries in Bchrcns Auditorium from Feb. 11-13. Max McLean a Shakespearean actor presented an interpretation he called Mark's Gospel throughout the week. This year's event marked McLean's second invite to lead the Cornerstone scries. Over Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday McLean quoted the gospel of Mark from memory which took him a year to accomplish. While quoting from the book of Mark McLean used various gestures in portraying the gospel as a person telling a story without inserting his opinions. McLean hoped his presentation allowed people to "trust in the power of the Bible not in the words of a man." Mark's Gospel allowed people to hear God's mes- sage from a creatively different viewpoint. "It put Jesus' life into a more modern perspective said student Kcri Mitchell. "I think the students were in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

Page 6 The Brand February 13 1997 Counseling plays a vital role in marriage By Joy Evans Features Editor As children wc all use to fantasize about the concept of marriage. Little girls dressed up in their moth- ers old dresses and made bouquets from flowers gathered in the backyard and hummed the wedding march. While little boys picked various girls from across the playground and swore a secret allegiance to marry that girl one day. As college students marriage is no longer a fantasy it's a reality. Engagements arc a regular occurrence especially around Hardin-Simmons. In fact HSU facilities coordinator Tim McCarry stated that 20 couples currently have Logsdon Chapel reserved for sum- mer weddings. Marriage is a serious proposal. According to psychology professor Dr. Tom Copeland and his wife Lori Copcland counselor at First Baptist Church there arc important factors every couple should consider before deciding to "tic the knot." "Couples must think seriously about what marriage is"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

February 13 1997 The Brand Page 7 Magic Of The Moment Students recount their engagements for Valentine's Day r Senior Kimberely Bryan and Jeff McMillon got engaged on January 30 right before Grace. Jeff drove four hours to Gainesville Texas that same day to ask permission of Kimberely's par- ents. Jeff staged it where Kimberely would find the engagement ring in his truck. Later he proposed at the spot where they first met. G0 MiIbTbTbT' bTbTbTbk ndMpVayw 'SBBBBBfek BTBTBT!1?m''flfFSBTBTBTBm uYBBBBBBjf" wmM' K XiJf vj4 BBbhBBHBBbbbm t- Unm 'iii - mMi BMaMMnftrflBBBBMr a -i 1bbL.J Mr aBHHiBMttMRBHlKMBMllB'mi W&shbhhbbbhs9mBhbbbbbbbY SVBBBBVHBfK&SHBIBrwABlS' $fi t W &BBBBBflHK!IBBBBBBIr vjKiji xHbbhhmmmbbibbv VMk lililBMTBBByBTBTBTJr T T V Juniors Shad Spannagel and Michelle Thompson got engaged two days before Christmas while they were in Brikina Faso West Africa visit- ing Michelle's family. Shad woke Michelle up and asked her to go on a motorcycle ride through the countr...

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