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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 16 October 1984

Page 3The BrandTuesday October 16. 1984 briefly . . Broadman Press In Nashville. Tenn . has Just published a collec- tion of organ arrangements by Dr Larry Wolz. associate professor In the Hardin-Simmons University School of Music. The collection entitled "O Little Town of Bethlehem" contains five settings of Christmas hymns and carols. The music was written for Christmas Eve services at First Central Presbyterian Church last year. "My creativity was sparked by the December bliaard which kept me Inside so much." says Wolz. Dr. Julian Bridges professor In sociology and head of the Depart- ment of Sociology and Social Work .at Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity will speak to persons atten- ding the 46th annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations to convene In San Francisco Oct. 16-19. His presentation titled "Distlnctives of the Hispanic Family: Historical Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Family Patterns In Spain. Mexico and the United States" draws on data collected while he wa...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 16 October 1984

Page 4Thc BrandTuesday October 16 1984 newsfeatures International Focus FrSHH tttHElraRtiNI? flats' Y'liiC dfliiiH&ttk Owen Civ tin? How would you like an Island much more mlnrnvinvv ili.in a vacation? Ever thought of trawl brochure Hi cm reomi Jamaica for a. honeymoon? Talk- mend ihe best vacation spot ! I Ing to Owen Chong" would be may be jum the connection vou Fellowship of Christian Athletes i IGroup involves athletesnbn-athletes For many students finding an organization to fellowship with is an Important matter. Fellowship of Christian Athletes Is an organization of athletes and non athletes who gather together for fellowship. According to Pat Fprd presi- dent of FCA one the goals for FCA Is to build relations between the organization and athletes Ford .said he would like FCA to be a sanctuary of good fellowship a place to forget .about practice and have a good time with a good group of people. FCA meets on Wednesday at 8:30 pm in Moody Center for a "time of devotionals te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 16 October 1984

ft . ( r Page 5The BrandTuesday October 16 1984 newsfeatures jK Proxmire to visit HSU -United States Senator William Proxmire will be principal speaker . at Hardln-Slmmons University on Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. In Behrens Chapel Auditorium. His appearance on the HSU campus Is being made possible through the Cullen Endowment for Faculty Enrichment according to Dr. Joe Dahlstrom chairman of the Cullen Lecture Committee and director of Richardson Library. "This event will be open to residents of Abilene and the Big Country as well as our campus family" said Dahlstrom. His topic Is not Immediately known but will likely deal with public life and national issues. William Proxmire has been In politics since 1950 when he was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly. He was -elected to the United States Senate In 1957 in a special election to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Senator Joseph McCarthy. He was reelected the following year to his first full six year term and again reelected in -...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 16 October 1984

sports Page 6The BrandTuesday. October 16 1984 Cowgirls punish LCC in volleyball TIME OUT: Jimmy Pogue The Hardln-Slmmons Cowgirl volleyball team came from behind In two games before destroying the Lubbock Christian College Chaparrals 15-8 15-9 15-8 Fri- day. The Cowgirls were down In the opener 5-0 and 6-1 before going to work. Anne Lynn Mcllroy who played tough In the clutch got the Cowgirls going with a kill and two points later a block of a LCC hit. She then put the Cowgirls ahead on a short set from Stacla Blahak for a 7-6 HSU lead. From there the Cowgirls were not to be denied. Arleen Land had a kill and a service winner for an 11-7 lead. After a LCC player was called for being In the net for a 12-7 lead Shelly Heath put the game out of reach with a spike and a 13-7 lead. Heath had one of her best games of the season for the Cowgirls. She was hitting down on the ball and repeatedly block- ed LCC spikes. Game two of the three-out-of-five match started the same way game one did ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 22 October 1984

Four cadets designated as H Signify Nothing currently leads H H Distinguished Military Students women's intramural flag football Soccer team wins two exciting See story page 3 see story page 4 games see story page 4 toe his amd Volume 72 HSU Concert Choir to travel to Great Britain The 70-member Concert Choir of Hardln-Slmmons University directed by Dr. Loyd F Hawthorne professor of Music and Choral director will travel to Great Britain March 10-24 with performances in England and Wales. Details of the upcoming trip the first overseas trip for the choir since 1976 when It traveled to the Soviet Union and Poland were announced at a news conference Wednesday morning Oct. 17 at Woodward-Dellis Recital Hall. To aid in financing the trip it was announced that the internationally-known Norman Luboff Choir will perform on Fri- day Nov. 9 at 8:00 p.m In Behrens Chapel Auditorium. Tickets will sell for $5 each and will be available at the Bible Bookstore 610 Butternut Caldwell Music Co. 221 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 22 October 1984

Page 2Thc BrandMonday October 22 1984 oped opinioneditorial .- '" C ' Mldscmester has made Its way to the "Forty Acres." I know this without look- ing at the calendar. Yes I can tell simply by looking at the faces of various pro- fessors and Instructors on campus. They seem to derive some sort of Inner joy and devious pleasure from a han- dy tool they call "Mldsemcster Progress Reports." Unfortunately many students do not share In the excitement of their learned professors. In fact sadly enough for these students receiving progress reports rates right up there with going to the dentist for root canal work. Many times a student's Imagination will get the best of him leading him to believe In the worst possible conclusions... "I'm falling all my classes. I'll be expelled-then my parents will disown me..." Thoughts like these by students are what brings a tear of Joy to their pro- fessors' eyes. . ."I've still got It" they'll say to themselves or "this makes It all wor- thwhile!" Come ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 22 October 1984

Page 3The BrandMonday October 22 1984 newsfeatures i.t briefly . . . John Burton assistant pro- fessor In cello and theory has been praised In a review by Carl Cunningham music editor of the Houston Post. Burton's com- pliments came for his participation at a concert at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music honor- ing the award-winning Argentinian-American composer Mario Davldovsky. The editor wrote In part "Among the parade of performers playing these fascinating pelces cellist John Burton was the one who achieved the most consistent convincing artistic results. To make music of these Davldovsky works the live performer must be extremely alert and flexible In coordinating musical lines with the tape sound. One must also use great Imagination In sharing the live tone and musical attack to compliment the delicate coloristlc nuances and articulation In the synthesized part." Dr. Larry Brunner English department chairman at HSU at- tended the annual meeting of the South Central Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 22 October 1984

sports Page 4The BrandMonday October 22 1984 HSU 3 TCU 2 sIslslslslslslslsflHHiisK IvVK "VPMKWwlff"' ' " iislsHMIvi&llslslslsslslsH isisisHKHBHEs)ism kwFtL. -''1BPJm. JSs'HHH Charles Okoye junior center forward from Lagos Nigeria scored his 13th goal of the season last week to give the Cowboys a 3-2 win against TCU. It was a hat trick for Okoye. (Photo by Jimmy McCorkle) Women's football report The women's intramural season has gotten off to a strong start this season with five teams currently in the hunt for the flag football crown. Signify Nothing has been red hot in the early going winning its first five games. Their sizzling 5-0 record puts them two games up in the loss column over BSU who is 4-2. Tri Phi last season's champs are 3-3 while AIO and the Freshwomen trail the field at 1-5 and 1-4 respectively. Signify Nothing's rise to the top has been due In part to the passing of Karen Loveday Loveday has one of women's Intramurals best receivers to throw to in LeAnn Land. Lan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

I I ft u ' ft Yugoslavian Olympic Basketball team to play HSU. See story page 5 Special Veteran's Day Chapel Pro- Women's Volleyball team loses Bi- m gram slated tomorrow. See story District to Texas Lutheran. See page 4. B storv naae 6. ii iniLE. JQ)ilrAJij JJ w Volume 72 Winning act Sweepstakes at the 1984 All-School Sing went to Kappa Phi Omega men's social fraternity. Kappa performed "Reminiscing About Kappa's Barry Best" a tribute to Barry Manilow On Friday night. Nov 2 Kap- Kappa wins Sweepstakes at '84 Sing Kappa Phi Omega men's social fraternity won the annual Hardin- Simmons University All-School Sing Sweepstakes for the second year in a row Saturday night Nov. 3 In Behrens Chapel Auditorium on the HSU campus. Kappa presented "Reminiscing About Kappa's Barry Best" a tribute to Barry Manilow. HSU's All-School Sing was sponsored by the two national music fraternities Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota In Sing each group Is given 12 minutes on stage to perform their selections....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

Pae 2The BrandMnnrinti Nntmmknr 10 iocm fc n oped --jwAfcr opinioneditorial . ' ;- irr- As hard as this is for me to say and as disappointing as this may be to all con- cerned this issue of The Brand will be the final one before the Thanksgiving holidays. No don't do anything rash I guarantee the shock win eventually wear off (okay I lied). Thanksgiving. Just the mention of the word creates a mood of Its own. Images of dad carving the bird at the dinner table or relatives family and friends huddled around the TV set watching football may flash through one's mind. At this time of year I am reminded of the things for which 1 am thankful. The list Is rather long but nonetheless of great value and Importance. First on my list of things for which I am thankful has to be the fact that this Is the last newspaper before Thanksgiving. Running a close second without a doubt Is my heartfelt thanks that the Nov. 6 election is now history. There Is only so much the average person can take those ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

news Page 3Th'e BrandMonday November 12 1984 rwt Fppd Committee dedicated to task By Clif Mclntush Out of all the experiences of HSU life the one that Is shared by all students who live on campus Is the dally experience of eating In the cafeteria. Most students fall to realize however that this Is the area where their voices through the Student Congress Food Commit- tee are most clearly heard. The Food Committee under the leadership of Moody Center Director Jerry Joplln and Com- mittee Chairman Shawn Mc- Closkey works closely with both the students and ARA Services the cafeteria contractor for Hardln-Slmmons. As a link bet- ween students and ARA the committee Is always looking for ways to Improve what Is already according to Shawn McCloskey the best campus food service In town. McCloskey says that the Im- provement In cafeteria service within the last four or five years has been tremendous. Year by Interviewers coming The following Interviewers will be on the HSU campus In November ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

Page 4The BrandMonday November 12 1984 newsfeatures ;; International Focus Becky By Yvonne Stackhouse ' Like every other Canadian elementary school student Becky Schmidt was expected' to leam the names and location of the fifty states. Her first shock In coming to the United States was to leam that HHVH 3115 South 2402 North Schmidt most Americans could not name the ten Canadian provinces. They hardly cared about their neighbor 'to the north although It Is the se- cond largest country in the world and the only country which stands between the U.S. and Soviet missiles! ALL REGULAR UNLEAD & (yT T' purchase of $20.0o r wtri credit card I Jf V only g ihiiiiiikvh y .v r -m mr At 14th Street 1st Street 9 '.) Becky's family moved to Calgary from Vancouver; British Columbia three years ago. (Van- couver has been called the most beautiful dry on the continent. Is this beginning to sound like a Canadian travel advertisement?) Her father had been selected to be the Canadian Co-ordinator of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

sports Page 5The BrandMonday November 12 1984 3 ' ATTENTION BASKETBALL FANS: HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY Basketball season gets under way Tuesday night as Byron Strickland and his teammates will try to upset the Yugoslavian Olympic team. See related story. (Photo by Jimmy McCorkle.) VS. TEAM YUGOSLAVIA mm l Tuesday November 13 7:30 p.m. Mabee Complex Adults-$3.00 Students-$2.00 HSU STUDENTS MUST PAY $2 ALL PROCEEDS TO CACTUS LIONS CLUB FOR CHARITY DON'T MISS IT! 'il THIS WEEK IN HSU SPORTS: FEATURING BASKETBALL REPORT Basketball opener Tuesday night 7:30 The Hardln-Slmmons Universi- ty men's basketball team opens Its 1984-85 season Tuesday against Team Yugoslavia the bronze medal winners of the 1984 Olym- pic games at Los Angeles. The game will be played under International rules which allows for a faster-paced and rougher game. Last year the Cowboys played the Bulgarian national team under international rules as they were touring the country In route to Los Angeles. The Pokes stopped...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

Page 7The BrandMonday November 12 1984 . ' . ' . v n-.. iu:: Mivr-t-t- t. . w - . '. - .i . " .. i ATTENTION STUDENTS HOW TO BE YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND OR HOW TO STAY ON THE RIGHT TRACK "Up- ' kVJ&J'. Um.3 W:''V; . 4HW: IS $1 iKf.. v y ' i ... wr s: TOWARD GRADUATION 'MS . it1 .Sfev '.i v'ypv . TV.. ' ir . ! Do you have doubts regarding your degree program goals? Are you worried about requirements for graduation? j ?v.. rv Declare your major no later than the end of your sophomore year. File a degree plan as soon as possible. . a j - -... . .' -- Keep your degree plan up to date. Confer with your advisor regularly. . I a ' ' i'-'.-j T & tnoc i t. u..m -l.i..i nnnrao Plan Atirllt tulth Rpnlstrar's I l! may i7oa uiauuaiea diiuuiu suicuuk a tta"-. . .. . 0 office immediately Read graduation requirements and grading policies in catalog each semester. II g i ion I 1 T H Know how to compute GPA I SS J I 1 g - i I AVOID COSTLY ADDSDROPS IHUMM PRE-PLANNING SAVESLpjHHB BE AWARE OF HWI B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1984

Page 8The BrandMonday November 12 1984 You can be part of the greatest alliance in American business history Electronic Data Systems and General Motors. This alliance combines the information processing strengths of EDS with the resources of the largest company in the nation. And with it comes vast opportunities for you the kind that business professionals can spend their entire careers seeking. You're already starting at the top with our outstanding resources for growth and success. And the only way to go is up. We're looking for self-starters people with the confidence to set high goals and the determination to reach diem. We want to put you at the core of EDS' operations as a Systems Engineer. EDS Systems Engineers use both business and technical skills to solve complex problems for our clients. And every EDS Systems Engineer has graduated from our nationally-recognized Systems Engineering Development (SED) Program. The SED Program will prepare you for the leadership responsibili...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1984

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1984

Pafle 2The BrandMonday December 3. 1984 oped' opinioneditorial i h n Correct me If I'm wrong but somehow this docs not seem like . December. I know this month always follows Thanksgiving but It still seems like someone Is playing a bad joke on me. Don't get me wrong I love this time of year the Christmas season but where did all the time go? 1 mean how fun will Christmas be if I have to write make-up research papers and complete projects? What makes matters worse I was given a copy of the final examination schedule the other day. Finals. There are still final exams to be taken what a glorious sendoff to the Christmas holidays. What caught my eye first on the final exam schedule was not the time at which my exams will be given but a scull and crossbones ominously sitting at the top of the page. Great. That was all I needed. I always thought a scull and crossbones symbolized poison. But when I got to thinking about poison and finals I realized that the two were synonymous one In the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1984

news The BrandMondayr December 3.1984Pae 3. seminar room to be The new Joseph E. Burnam Mathematics Seminar Room In Sid Richardson Science Center will be dedicated at Hardin Simmons on Tuesday Dec. 4 beginning at 3:00 p.m. Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher HSU president will give the dedicatory address In the Julius Olsen Lec- ture Hall Room 100 In the Science Center. Following the program guests will visit the Burnam Seminar Room which Is located In the Mathematics Department on the ground floor of the Science Center according to Dr. Charles D. Robinson who Is coordinator of the dedication ceremonies. The late Dr. Joseph Burnam Joined the Simmons Academy faculty in 1912 and was con- tinuously employed at HSU until his death In 1961 except for leaves of absence to attend graduate school at the Universities of Texas Chicago Iowa and Col- orado. In 1969 "Prof and Mrs. Bur- nam were honored with the Neely receives certificate of recognition Dr. H.K. Neely dean of the Hardln-Slmmons Logsdon School ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1984

4The BrandMonday December 3 1984 newsfeatures 1 i Pa! M aciel's Mug Rene Maciel a native of Tucumcari New Mexico was recently promoted to associate direc- tor of admissions. A 1981 graduate of Hardin-Simmons Maciel has worked for the admissions for three and one half years. t Maciel promoted to new post Rene Mactel a 1981 graduate of Hardln-Slmmons University with a BS In Religious Education and Recreation who has worked for the Admissions Office since shortly after his graduation has been promoted to associate direc- tor of admissions according to Director of Admissions David Smith. A native of Tucumcari New Mexico Maciel graduated from high school in 1976. While in high school he lettered in three sports: golf basketball and football and served as president of the student council his senior year. He was Zeck new AR A director at HSU By Lisa Everett The cafeteria is an easy place to criticize however to give positive suggestions in making the food better Is much more difficult. ARA...

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