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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1997

Page 4 The Brand April 17 1997 HSU's loving bond con- nects with Kirles family By Kristi Cargill Staff Writer When any member of the Hardin- Simmons family faces a tremendous ordeal that family rarely tackles it alone. Such is true of the Kirles family. Annie Kirles mother of HSU student Jeremy Kirles has been dealt with a med- ical hardship yet has received incredible campus outreach and support. According to Jeremy "It says a lot for Christians around Hardin-Simmons. God still works through those who arc genuine and loyal to Him." The Kirles family faced much adver- sity several years ago when Annie while in her mid-40s was first diagnosed with breast cancer. Being an aggressive form of cancer it was decided to treat it using alternative methods. The results of the treatment revealed that her immune sys- tem had gained strength in the fight over the illness. However recent tests have con- firmed large amounts of cancerous fluids around Annie's heart. Extreme treatment is needed ye...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1997

April 17 1997 The Brand Page 5 Home On The Range & Western Heritage lets children see another side of life By Jake Long Staff Writer Once again it's that time of year when thousands of elementary students throughout Abilene will experience how the old western frontier really was during Western Heritage Day at Hardin-Simmons University. Approximately 6500 youngsters will arrive on cam- pus between 8:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. today to participate in the festival. Western Heritage Day is an annual event held at Hardin-Simmons that provides children in the community with an insight into the west and how it once was. "We hope Western Heritage Day gives children an appreciation for the west through the various activities they can participate in and observe" said Dr. Paul Madden professor and head of the department of histo- ry. "We think the event docs a pretty good job showing the children just how things used to be." Children arrive on campus throughout the day with teachers and gather ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1997

Page 6 The Brand April 17 1997 Hufstetler chosen as new HSU Rodeo Queen By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Chcrith Hufstetler was selected this week to represent Hardin-Simmons University as the 1997-98 Rodeo Queen. Hufstetler said she knew that all the candidates were wonderful and that her election is "to God's glory." Horse riding is a large part of the rodeo queen's responsibility and riding a horse she said is like learning to tic a shoe. "Everyone should know how." Hufstetler plans to be involved with horses in the future and she hopes to share them with children. "When we take the horses to the schools" she said "the children get so excited. They look forward to us coming." Hufstetler said it amazes her that so many children grow up without being around horses. She would especially like to share horses with handicapped children because "riding is so therapeutic." "When you ride it's like being in your own little world" she said. "It's just you and your horse." Hufstetler rides...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1997

April 17 1997 The Brand Page 7 Horror 101 i- - Anaconda Scream pay homage to 'old school' horror By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief In the 1970s and 80s camp horror flicks rolled onto the scene like wildfire; man-eating sharks and maniac slashers packed audiences into theatres for cheap thrills like no other movie genre. Axe murderers deranged devil dogs and the hapless "dopes" who fell victim to them all were welcomed by the masses. Essentially Freddie Krugcr and Cujo paved way for a market that could only be described as. . .bloodthirsty. In the 90s however the days of Jaws and Friday the J 3th have been all but erased by big budget projects involv- ing deadly twisters and alien invasions. Producers have no time or money for the lowly horror film and those who do usu- ally muddle the product with 90s smut. Until now. Thus a refreshing quality accompa- nies the recent releases of Anaconda and Scream they thrive on the "hokey" methods employed by horror films of the past two decades. ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 April 1997

Page 8 The Brand April 17 1997 HSU pitching sweeps tripleheader with Ozarks By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys behind the arms of their young pitching staff pulled off a sweep of the University of the Ozarks in a tripleheader on Saturday at Hunter Field. Adam Pate Ray Quick and Chase Kocstcr each went the distance for the Cowboys in their victories with Kocstcr tossing a three-hit shutout in the nightcap. The sweep moved HSU into sole posses- sion of second place in the American Southwest Conference. Kocstcr (2-3) led the Cowboys to a 2- 0 victory in a game where HSU scored unearned runs in the second and Fifth innings. Designated hitter Cleat Bell was the lone Cowboy with multiple hits going 2 for 2 with a run scored. Kocstcr walked only one batter in the game. HSU won game one 6-4 and game two 2-1 in extra innings. In the second game the Eagles scored their lone run when Michael White tripled to right scoring on a Jason Jordan ground out to second. But the...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

Volume 84 Number 22 Sewing Uie Students ofHaizlin-Simmons University Since 1916 April 25 1997 Chris HatcherThe Brand Department of Theatre showcases several student directed prodncta this weekeid see Page 10

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

Page 2 The Brand April 25 1997 Standing up the only perfect love of your life Let me tell you a story. It's not an original story of mine but it is "my story " and my guess is that it is some- one else's story too. Once there was a nice quiet restau- rant frequented by many in the town. Every night one particular man made a reservation for two at seven. He request- ed the same intimate booth and brought a single red rose. Every night he would come and sit. Alone. The owner of the restaurant was puzzled. The man was handsome and was dressed like a well to do business man. He always spoke with a gentle voice and he had kind eyes. One night after the man had come night after night for weeks without being joined the owner approached his table and asked if he might take the man's order. The man smiled slowly and said that he was waiting for someone. Respectfully the owner nodded but did not leave the tabic. "Sir" said the owner "may I ask a personal question? You make reserva- tions ahea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

April 25 1997 The Brand Page 3 Social work students reach out to community By Jake Long Staff Writer In an attempt to get children from poverty stricken families off the streets and into the Boys and Girls Clubs of Abilene students in the Hardin-Simmons social work program visited nearly 300 households for a class project. Six students from social work prac- tice II were involved in a group project intended for people that live in vulnerable areas of poverty. On April 12 the students covered three districts of government sub- sidized households to recruit children in those areas into the Boys and Girls Clubs of Abilene. "The purpose of the project was to involve macro community-large organi- zations for neglected people and for the students to work as a group to accomplish their goal" said Brcnda Hcndrix assistant professor of social work. "That included introducing and signing up children from those areas into the Boys and Girls Clubs of Abilene." The project was made possible thro...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

Page 4 The Brand April 25 1997 Rodeo kicks off 51 st year of competition By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Hardin-Simmon's Intercollegiate Rodeo began its 5 1st year of competition Thursday. Rodeo organizer Dr. William "Doc" Bcazley who is retiring said after 35 years of conducting the rodeo this year will be his "last shot." Beazlcy said from the time he was "handed the rodeo on a temporary basis in 1962" he has seen many changes. In 1946 HSU pioneered as the first institu- tion to host an intercollegiate rodeo. The competition has grown Bcazley said and today the National Collegiate Rodeo Association has expanded into 10 regions nation wide. According to Beazlcy approximately 22 colleges and universities in the Southwest Region enter teams in the HSU rodeo. A "team" consists of six men and three women but Beazley said that some colleges bring more contestants some less. "All in all" he said "we will have around 22S-2S0 participants in this rodeo but all of them won't perform each ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

April 25 1997 The Brand Page 5 McNair McCarry receive facultystaff awards By Joy Evans Features Editor Years ago in Anderson Hall two young men enjoyed the Hardin-Simmons college life and the com- radcry between resident assistant and dorm resident. Neither student had any idea that he would be working at HSU in 1997 and would be named "Faculty and Staff Members of the Year. At the annual Alumni Association-sponsored Faculty Staff Appreciation dinner on April 1 1 Dr. Chris McNair head of the department of biology and assistant professor was named "Faculty Member of the Year" and Tim McCarry facilities coordinator and director of Moody Student Center was named "Staff Member of the Year." Both were chosen by their colleagues and each received plaques and $500 from HSU President Lanny Hall. According to McCarry the honor was completely unexpected. "I was shocked by the announcement. In fact I don't even remember them calling out my name or walk- ing up to receive the award" he said. Bo...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

Page 8 The Brand April 25 1997 Period piece falls short of expectations By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief Inventing the Abbotts could have been called Having Sex in the 50s and no one would'vc known the difference. However with the overaged "Brat- pack" ensemble director Pat O'Connor pulled together for this period piece a more "hipster" title was a definite must. Joaquin Phoenix (brother to the late River Phoenix) Jennifer Connelly Billy Crudup Joanna Going and Liv Tyler all portray 1950s teens in a time of sexual revolution (all except Tyler arc in their mid to late 20s Connelly's 33). O'Connor's talc attempts to plot their coming of age through the personal trials and triumphs each goes through in life. But during this plotting process Inventing the Abbotts nearly stumbles and falls on its own movicstardom it seems that these people arc simply on screen. . .to be on screen. Not one actoractress in the pack ever steps for- ward to grab the audience by its emo- tions which should be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

April 25 1997 The Brand Page 9 Dylan brings interesting style to second album By Jake Long Staff Writer Any band's first album has the ability to make or break their future as recording artists. Usually. As for The Wallflowers their sec- ond release Bringing Down the Horse has proved to the music industry that first albums aren't always good indica- tors as to what the band might produce in the future. In 1992 The Wallflowers released The Wallflowers which sold a mere 25000 copies. This provoked the group to switch record labels and make personal changes over the next four years. All of this in an effort to improve their second release. Those alterations have payed divi- dends for the band as Bringing Down the Horse has caught the attention of most of the music industry. Currently the album has vaulted into the No. 5 slot on the pop album best-selling chart. The Wallflowers arc made up of five members including singersong- writer Jakob Dylan (son of Bob Dylan) pianist Rami Jaffcc ba...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

Page 10 The Brand April 25 1997 Theatrtcal Expression Student directors conduct cycle of original pieces By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief The Hardin-Simmons Department of Theatre will shift into high gear over the next week with its presentation of a student-directed compilation entitled "An Original Cycle of Spiritual Drama and Artistic Exploration." So named by Dr. James Ivey depart- ment head these one-act religious cycle plays will run from Apr. 26-30 with two casts alternating nights and performing separate productions. There arc five plays within each of the two productions. According to Dr. Ivey "religious cycle plays were plays that originally began in churches during medieval times but eventually grew so elaborate that they moved to other locations around town. As an audience member you would move to see these religiously based plays presented at their different locations at different times." Both productions will put this method into effect with the audience moving from Va...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

April 25 1996 The Brand Page 11 Rec CportS Club volleyball 'bumps' last four opponents The Hardin-Simmons men's club volleyball team has been busy as of late ... busy winning that is. With the end of the season in sight the Cowboys have stepped up their game and used the valuable experience gained at numerous tournaments to hand their last four opponents losses. Beginning with a road trip to Dallas Baptist University on April 1 the Cowboys dropped both Sam Houston State and Dallas Baptist and emerged the vic- tors of the tri-match. While Sam Houston did take HSU to five games solid per- formances by Michael Guevara at setter and Bobby Fenton at outside hitter allowed the Cowboys to persevere and hold on for the victory. The match against DBU was not quite as taxing but showcased solid perfor- mances by Nick Reeves and Randy Wood both displaying much improvement at middle blocker. On April 9 the Cowboys were on the road once again this time travelling to Howard Payne University to co...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 April 1997

Page 12 The Brand April 25 1997 'The Force' of sports upset lies heavy on El Guapo This was a day I had looked forward to for a long time. After years of wallowing in the shadow of the sports master El Guapo I had finally had my sweet revenge. He had spent years on top but had finally fall- en to the temptation of the 'dark side' of sports predic- tions. He had gone with the so-called experts and he had gotten burned. As I approached the Tortilla Flats I couldn't wipe the smile off of my face and I'm afraid I was actually drooling in anticipation. Last week El Guapo had told mc that there would be a three man race for the Masters tournament between Greg Norman Nick Faldo and Phil Mickclson. None of these men even made the cut. Meanwhile a young Tiger Woods had blazed his way to a new course record. El Guapo had told mc that Woods didn't have a prayer and it would take him at least two more years to win the Masters. He was evi- dently wiong. My glee quickly turned to caution as I ent...

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

I I r V WB m Wl !P vu 2 I 1 I III 111 sQm&y J at: '- ' Z. Volume 84 Number 23 Sewing Qie Students tfHaitiin-Sirnrnons University Since 1916 May 1 1997 A SENIOR CELEBRATION BMkR Isff " HkSe EO ifilils oS&9lw8H9afl7 yB)tpii(jjJM yRHH $Ppi&rHifBDB HHEiH 0h&. JPIb" IBBftrff rwlMniiTTTi i rnfoii FillffiflffBiltil mHHS jcKj HJSiwfi lffTCSHlflSHBHraf1 x 'iBiBBBBttrtffyBwHiKBBBgSfrB 104th commencement to feature several HSU firsts By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor H.irdm-Siinmons Umveisit)'s class ol i)i)l will be honored at commencement ceremonies Saturd.iy May l() Tlie l()4th class consists ol approximately 180 under- graduate and 40 graduate students according to the uni- versity's registrar olfice About 55 students will graduate with honors a dis- tinction earned hy maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3 5 or highei said the otlice An award lor the graduating student who maintained the highest grade point average will be presented during giadualion. "This is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 1 May 1997

Page 2 The Brand May 1 1997 A fond farewell to the Hardin-Simmons faithful Well it's finally here Ihc moment every college senior waits for throughout a four-year career (sometimes five). Just around the corner is the rest of mine and some 200 eager students lives. It's grad- uation time at the Forty Acres. Needless to say it's been a pretty eventful year for me in numerous ways. I've gotten to know a few more people here learned a few classroom theories there and before I knew it. . .I'm pon- dering what I'm going to do with the rest of my life. That's a scary thought when you first think it what exactly is in store for me out in this big bad "worldly" thing we call life? It's enough to make some people take a crack at graduate school. But as you make this trek from freshman to senior you start to see things in a better light. I began the year terrified and clueless and I might be working for a publishing company here in Abilene by June. Who would have guessed it? I guess God proba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 1 May 1997

May 1 1997 The Brand Page 3 State drama festival provides outreach tools By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Despite unseasonable snow and ice groups and representatives from churches in the state of Texas gathered last week- end at Hardin-Simmons University for the Texas Baptist Drama in Worship Symposium and Creative Arts Festival. Approximately 220 people attended the festival which featured performances by various church drama groups and workshops in areas of creative arts. Everett Robertson this year's plan- ning coordinator who organized the festi- val in it's beginnings in the mid-1980's said "The overall principle behind the festival is that people learn by seeing hearing and doing." Ideally he said peo- ple fully involved in the festival will par- ticipate in all three areas. They will be "seeing" performances "hearing" the workshop leaders and "doing" perfor- mances themselves. The emphasis of the festival "because it was a Christian festival" said Robertson "was on worship ...

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