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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1985

ReataNovember1985Page 6 Canoeing Cadets Cadet William Jefferson and Cadet INTERNATIONAL FOCUS When Pibool Sirichitr left home at eighteen to study in Lon- don England he did not an- ticipate graduating in Abilene Texas. Trace the mileage to London after you have found Bangkok Thailand on a map. Imagine yourself living in London alone using a language you had only studied in high school. Imagine having to find lodgings conduct daily business attend school and take examinations In the language. Pibool's three older brothers had studied in Europe and America. Two had returned to Bangkok to pursue business and architecture but it was still a frightening challenge to a teenager. His father the Minister of Land Transactions for all of Thailand encouraged him after receiving a diploma in England to continue to the United States. Since his brother was studying at ACU he came to Abilene. Pibool enrolled at HSU. He now plans to graduate next May with a degree in business administration and re...

Publication Title: Reata, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1985

ReataNovember 1985Page 7 STUDENT FORUM What do you think about fraternities and sororities? m& David Little "I see no need to kiss up to anybody for five weeks to be your friend." k-K :: J5. i Jt VFJSh.-"; i iST. JrJfx. aft vkv I LbbVb Pam Castleberry "I think they are good for you. They teach you leadership abilities. I don't think people realize their potential here at Hardin-Simmons." Brad Haralson "They have a good concept but I've seen a lot of them go over- board. Not so much here at Hardin-Simmons but at UT the sororities and fraternities are so exclusive and inhibit people socially instead of encouraging them as they should do." f 1 yJJ 4f?" IIP B; Caf hy Mliiican "They're good for fellowship. I wouldn't trade my Involvement with a sorority in for the world. Just like any other social event though if it becomes your number one priority something's wrong." m. LLsv 1 ' B slL isM .sffl I ' illllllVlii Decrnna Wef "They'll make you or break you. They aid in the socialization...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1985

ReataNovember1985Page 8 HSU kicks Indians The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys soccer team scored its biggest victory in several years when they defeated the Midwestern State Universtiy In- dians decisively by a score of 2-0 at Parramore Field on the HSU campus. It was the last home game of the year for the Cowboys as well as the last game ever for five graduating seniors. The players leaving after this year are Mark Kegans Hue Menzies Michael Hamlet Owen Chong and Charles Okoye. It was definitely the Cowboys night to play as they never allow- ed the Indians to mount and of- fensive threat. The first half was even and the score was knotted A nice guy is finishing first The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys have on their 1985-86 roster a man who not only has tremendous basketball talent but who is an "all around nice guy." His name is Maurice Wright a freshman from Conroe Texas. As his basketball goes Maurice has quite a background. While in high school in Conroe he averaged 19 points and 10 re- bounds p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1985
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1985

is IKEATT5 DECEMBER 1985 3 fa. - -tmi BsWftvvS ...0nN-SIMONS UN.Vt-j g n ix .. irfMiw" That time of year The annual Vespers and Tree Lighting services were held Tuesday Dec. 3. A bird's eye view of the tree lighting was provided by a camera atop the Logsdon School of Theology building. The HSU Concert Choir and Orchestra provided the music for the Vespers service in Behrens Chapel. (Photos by Mark Kegans) CONTENTS Page 3 . . . . FeaturesPictures Page 4 Features Page 5 Student Forum Page 6 Sports Letter from the editor By the time you read this column "finals" will be underway and all I will be able to think about is when to pack so I can get out of town. I pray that you are not being totally overwhelmed by it all but it is impossible to avoid sometimes I know. This has really been the strangest semester of my college career by far and I believe lots of people share that uneasy feeling with me. I've been asking people if it is just me really messing up this semester and 9 out of 10 h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1985

REATADecember1985Page 3 50 years brings many changes to HSU life The cost was about $14. 10 tor a semester at Hardln-Simmons University if a student were tak- ing a 15 credit hour course load and living In the dormitory. Of course that didn't include various personal expenses books and supplies. And of course that was 50 years ago and HSU had just changed its name from Simmons University to Hardin- Slmmons University. The average cost for a semester at HSU now is about $2900 if a student is carrying a 15 hour load and lives on campus. According to the 1935-36 HSU Bulletin the price for six to 14 credit hours was $5 per hour. Students payed an activity fee of $12 a library fee of $3 lab fees ranging from $1 to $12 and women students residing in dor- mitorys payed a hospital fee of $1.50. Room deposits were $5. Living in a dorm was from $18 to $24 dollars a semester and eating in the cafeteria cost $88.75 for a semester. These figures may seem in- credible but in the year 1935 i Li Ls...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1985

REATADecember1985Page 4 VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT Br Laura Bearrie Every Wednesday afternoon Mychel Jordan becomes "Miss Jordan" to 26 students at Abilene' Head Start program. Mychel. an HSU junior spends a part of every Wednes- day acting as a volunteer assistant for a Head Start teacher. "I help a lot with activity time" said Mychel. "I read them stories .and we play games." Meat of Mychel's time with the children is used to supervise pedal activities such as art time or during breakfast time when the teacher needs help. A large amount of her volunteer hours are used to help the teachers with their screening of the children participating in the program. Screening Is the term used to describe the procedure used by Head Start instructors to deter- mine the initial placement of the child. Later screening is used to determine the progress of the child and his or her learning skills. ZOPEL JHt tfeu.O fCor fAxtk o Students A with most new laws the recently implemented "seat belt law" has evok...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1985

Br Iff K P WH B Iff jJHii i i mm t ' s.' ; ;' mmm R EAT ADecember 1985Page 5 STUDENT FORUM When was your most memorable Christmas?" Dr. Fletcher "Undoubtedly the Christmas of 1958 was memorable to me because it was my first Christmas as a father and I saw everything through a child's eyes. It was very special." Luann Flood "The second year we were in London because my brother got to fly out and spend Christmas with us." Ian Gunn "My first one because I didn't have to buy anyone gifts." Julie Evans "It was the Christmas I spent at my grandparents house in 1977 the year before my grand- father died because all the family was together." WmKHLtt Wm . 1 l 1 r Tim Sterling "My most special Christmas hasn't come yet. It will be this year my first Christmas married." Brad Ibbott "When I got this red push- bike. It had gears and everything. I was about eight " A v ! Robert Thornburg "My third grade year when we'd just moved to the country and got to chop down our own Christmas tree." Lyn Goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1985

REATADecember1985Page 6 Cowboy basketball spilt last six games and benefit in loss Over the past three games the HSU men's basketball team has a record of 3 3. Although this does not live up to the way they started the season the Cowboys will pro- bably benefit from the defeats they suffered. On December third HSU played Chico State in Mabee Complex. To put it lightly the Cowboys drove the Wildcats. The Cowboys lead at halftime with a 38-27 score. In the second half the Wildcats could only manage to pull to within ten. The Cowboys were lead in scoring by Grag Way who scored 17. The win was a total team vic- tory with several members mak- ing contributions. Ricky Henry scored 13 while Luis Phelps pumped in 12. Craig Sladek and Phil Gates added 1 0 and 9 points respectively. HSU outrebounded Chico State by a margin of 40-31 . On Friday December 6 the Cowboys traveled to Deland Florida to participate in the Hat- ter Classic. Their first opponent was Loyola-Maryland. HSU was over powere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 21 February 1986

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 21 February 1986

mmpt Homecoming '86 m& HSU Homecoming '86 I j Mi cm Gfat VIT jz 1 f February 21-22 J Friday February 21 9:30 am - WESTERN HERITAGE ART SHOW. ..(Duffy Auditorium. Richardson 9:00 pm. Library) 12:00 noon DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS LUNCHEON 6:30 p.m. ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTION BANQUET Sponsored by the Athletic Department (Briarstone Manor). 1985 inductees to the Hall of Fame: Milton Martin Bob McChessney and Truett Rattan (posthumously). 8:00 p.m. MUSICAL-"ANNIE GET YOUR GUN". ..(Van Ellis Theatre) Saturday February 22 9:30 a.m. COFFEE FOR ALUMNI. PARENTS FRIENDS... (Moody Student Center Cafeteria) WESTERN HERITAGE ART SHOW (cont.) PARADE... University Baptist Church through HSU campus. ANNUAL BARBECUE LUNCHEON. The highlight of Homecoming with the announcement of the Keeter Award recipient ... (Mabee Complex) HOMECOMING CONCERT... (Woodward-Dellis Hall) REUNION DINNERS FOR CLASSES OF 1961 AND 1976... (Moody Student Center) HSU COWBOYS vs GEORGIA SOUTHERN... (Mabee Complex) M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 21 February 1986

m wBmmmmmmSm Trrr-f-m FridayFeb.211986REATAPage 3 Top grads Three oustandlng graduates of HSU were in the spotlight Friday as recipients of the prestigious Distinguished Alumni Awards. The honorees included Dr. William R. Gaddis of El Paso who was selected from around 3900 practicing physicians as "Texas Family Physician of the Year." Another honoree was Dr. Charles P. McLaughlin director of the State Missions Commis sion of the Baptist General Con- vention of Texas Dallas. The third honoree was Dr. Bet- ty Pearce Stephenson Abilene Hiqh School graduate of Sugar Land who was the first woman president of the Harris County Medical Society. Distinguished Alumni Awards are given annually to outstanding graduates by the Alumni Associa tion. Jeff Goodin president of the Alumni Association presided at the luncheon in Mabee Com COUNSELOR'S CORNER Over the past several years an almost unbelievably large assort ment of counseling methods have shaped up. Many of these are validated by empirica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 21 February 1986

FridayFeb.211986REATAPage 4 Notables- Two HSU students will per form their senior recital at 3 p.m. in HSU's Woodward-Dellis Recital Hall on Sunday Feb. 23. Bill Harden c f Corpus Christi and Ron Bluett of Beeville will each take part in the recital. Harden will perform on the bassoon with piano accompani- ment by Mrs. LuAnn Lane. Bissett will perform on the baritone with Dr. Larry Wolz providing accompaniment on the piano. Both Harden and Bissett are members of the national men's fraternity Phi Mu Alpha Sin- fonia and HSU'; internationally-known Cowboy Band. Bissett is from the studio of Dr. Larry Wolz while Harden ft from the studio of Dr. Andy J. Patterson. Following the recital a recep- tion will be held honoring the two students sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Sigma Alpha Iota the national women's music fraternity. Admission and reception are free of charge. Meadowlark Lemon and the Shooting Start will play exhibi- tion basketball at HSU's Mabee Complex on Feb. 28 at 8 p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 21 February 1986

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 21 February 1986

Friday Feb. 21 1986 REATAPage 6 Baseball plagued with injuries Wh" next? This is what thp Cowboy baseball team has been askinq tli- elves the last tew days i ire i Phifer (broken foot) starting first baseman Iop Piazza fracture In leg) starting third baspman Lance Stampfh (Aktles tendon Injury) starting and Steve Arias ilm I ligaments in foot) star ting shortstop have all suffered leg imunes that have kept them out of some or all of the games in this early part of the season. But liven with these Injuries a humbling 1 5 record thus far spotty hitting sometimes ques- tionable defense and lackadaisical pitching the Pokes y no means down or out of anything thus far. The Cowboys started off the season last weekend by dropping 3 of 4 to Texas Tech. Although the inexperience at some spots and early season utters showed '!. ( owboys also showed a few bright spots. In the 4th game of the series Freshman Curtis Raby and sophomore Mark Cornett combined to pitch spectacularly in the boys only ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 24 April 1986

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 24 April 1986

Thursday April 241986REATAPage 2 Letter from the editor Dear Readers I'll be honest and tell you right away that I am typing for my life and the life of this newspaper right now as my fingers and mind do their best to not blow a fuse. But miracle of miracles this paper might even get to the stands the time that I originally planned for. I must be honest. The paper has never been finished at the actual real time I wanted it to be put to bed. Speaking of bed I haven't seen one yet tonight or today or whenever. So if I make a few grammatical errors along the way please find it within the goodness of your soul to let it slide. Thanks. And if I fall down later please remind me where I am. But I don't want sympathy. None. Only money. By the time you read any of this the campus will be infested with hundreds of smaller versions of us. Scary I know. But I really do love kids no matter what they are doing. They always bring me back down to earth and remind me what life is all about in the fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 24 April 1986

Thursday April 241986REATAPage 3 Rodeo Tommy Lucia Revue featured Abilene Christian Universi- ty wi!! CO sponsor the annual Intercollegiate Rodeo at HSU April 24-26. Dr. William O. (Bill) Beazley rodeo coordinator said per- formances will be held each evening beginning at 8 p.m. and on Saturday afternoon starting at 2 p.m The Carl Myers Arena 2800 Grape will be the site of this year's rodeo. The HSU Cowboy Band and the Six White Horses and their coed riders will be featured niqhtly Approximately OU cowboys and cowgirls will compete for honors in the competition. Speciality act this year will be the Tommy Lucm ReVUi vnriety of rib tickling unbelievable and amazing animal jc to. Tommy Lucia a Min- neapolis native has been in- volved In rodeos line his lite teens. He now makes his home in Weatherford Texas. While at a rodeo as a con- testant during his late 20's Children to fill campus Festival celebrates West HSU's fifth annual Western Heritage Festival is expected to attract more tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 24 April 1986

Thursday April 24 1986REATAPage 4 STAFF FOCUS Tolars aid dorm residents Anderson Hall Dormitory Director Mark Tolar and hit wife Doretta have filled their positions since December. Tolar who Is currently working on his masters at HSU and intends to pursue a career as a minister of music explained the framework of maintaining the dormitory. "We work as a team" he aid. "The whole building is run by six R.A.'s and ourselves Including Tim Mc- Caryl- Mrs. Tolar who is enrolled in the School of Business and is pursuing a degree in marketing summarized her at- titude about being the only female in an all male dor 'mitory. "It's different" she said. "I know alot of the guys. They are no problem at all. They'd do anything for mo if I asked." In working with a dormitory full of college age men pro blems are inevitable; however Tolar explained that the problems that the men pose are slight in terms of numbers. "We run a real tight ship" he assured. "We don't have a real problem with people bre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 24 April 1986

Thursday April 241986REATAPag 5 Special Section: ROTC Weekend prepares cadets By Alan Rogers Smells of dirty field gear and sounds of clanking weapons echoed across ram- pus Sunday afternoon as 35 tired cadets of the Tri-Collpge Reserve Officer Training Pro- gram returned from a three day field training exercise in which classroom instruction was converted into practical use. Tho returning cadets with faces painted and feet aching had been deployed Friday morning to Camp Barkley for the exercise in preparation for the upcoming. summer campus they will at- tend. Training planned by the Cadre staff and carried out by senior military science students was conducted by breaking the cadets into sguad size elements and rotating the role of sguad leader giving each cadet the opportunity to command troops in the field. Following a day and night land navigation course on Fri- day practical exercise In combat patrols on Saturday included reaction to sniper and artillery fire mine and wire obst...

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