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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 24 April 1986

ffiSKRjjSMH Thursday April 24 1986REAT APage 6 Baseball prepares for TAAC action The HSU baseball t. am has a record f J over the last seven games. They split with Baylor. defeated Southwestertj Universtiy in a single game they split a dou ble header 'he lollowi i day and last Monday split with Lubbock Christian College. In the opener with Baylor John Kross pitched a four hitter in th- 2-j owb y vie tory The Cowboys now 34-21-1 on the season won the game in the fifth inninq when Shane Gravens i mgled home Scott f iith In the nightcap the Cowboys trilled the whole way. They lost 6-2. In their single game with Southwestern last Friday the Cowboys lead the entire game ending with a 7 5 vhv tory. In this game Carl Schreiner singled heme 'he winn.ng run in the top of the eighth inning. Rich Klemke got the victory going the distance. He gave up five runs four ui whit h were earned on five hits and collected eight Btrikeouts Gilbert Arrendondo hit a home run. Also Steve Anas and SchrP' noi...

Publication Title: Reata, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

WEfflft October November 1986 University Queen f Tfl Finalists from left to right Sharon Willis Peggy Nash Doretta Tolar Karla Moore and Kellie Fletcher wait for the announcement of who will be the University Queen . xt BbW 'fl JHmHJ4& ianl n 1 Hr PI i i VI B .afl 1 B 1 Doretta Tolar from Pampa walks to the front of Behrens Chapel on the arm of husband Mark as the cor- onation ceremony begins. Moments later Tolar is crowned University Queen for 1986-87. L-V 3 A A M; L-s)r) yn V J V) o "V Julie Pickop editor Michael Guevara sports editor Glenn Peters production assistant Larry Golden composition Tammy Mantooth advertising coordinator Amy McQuerry business manager Laura Ater illustrator Phil Barnes staff writer Susan Hamby staff writer Rose Hen-era staff writer Clif Mclntush staff writer Scotta Morris staff writer Lori Murray staff writer Laura Pogue staff writer Randy White staff writer Jimmy McCorkle photographer Jay Viertel photographer Randy Armstrong faculty advisor Hmala is ...

Publication Title: Reata, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

3 7? REATAPaqe ThreeOctober 31 1986 Professor Profile: Dr. Lawrence Clayton by Clif Mclntush Lawrence Clayton is a man who mixes his education and his heritage. Clayton dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of English spends his weekdays behind a desk but on Saturdays he can often be found roaming the range astride a horse. He isn't riding solely for pleasure. He is also engaged in scholarly research. Clayton is an avid folklortst and his special field of study Is the con- temporary cowboy. He spends much of his free time interviewing cowboys from area ranches and travels to folklore meetings to in- terview cowboys and other Western American folk groups. Clayton was born In San An- tonio and spent the first nine years of his life in Del Rio During that time he often visited his grand- parents who owned a stock farm in Liveoak County. The Claytons then moved tc East Tex.as finally settling in Rusk where Clayton's father ran a feed store. Clayton graduated from Rusk H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

--. SSlfflitea. 0A iV dT- ir v The new cafeteria building as it looked in the 1928 Bronco M 1 Hi flj EJ BM The dining hall of the Simmons University Cafeteria as it looked in the fall of 1928 nn 1928 a new building was opened on the Simmons University Campus It had cost $43000 and was designed to serve as the University Kitchen & Dining Facility Though later dubbed the "Beanery" by the student body the cafeteria was to have two completely different careers In 1962 the building was converted for use as the HSU Art Building A fire in 1971 resulted in yet another renovation and face lift. Then with the completion of the new Frost Center for the Visual Arts the "Old Art Building" had concluded her service to the Forty Acres and on Monday of this week work began to raze the 58-year-old structure. An attempt has been made on these pages to capture this last struggle of brick and mortar with man and machine Formal dedication ceremonies for the new Frost Center are plan- ned for Februar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

1$ n REATAPage SixOctober 31 1986 Political by Scotta Monrls The Law and Politics Club has ben going strong this semester Attendance has tripled this year and this is reflecting the students' healthy attitude toward their civic duties. Jeff Ballenger HSU senior from Council Bluffs Iowa is the president of the Law and Politics Club. Ballenger said "I am pleased with the response from the students of Hardln-Slmmons. Jeff Ballenger president of Law and Hunter. 1 fl 1 I Iw. l Some tips given for effective job hunt by Randy White It's that time again. Time for seniors to begin their search for the perfect job. One of the greatest tools for get- ting that great job is your resume . The purpose of the resume and its cover letter is to get you an in- terview. Therefore in a very short space it is important that you display a positive image of yourself and your qualifications. David W. Brinkerhoff and Ab- bott P. Smith in their article "Write a Resume not an Obituary" in Training Magazine sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

zL 7T RE ATAPage SevenOctober 31 1986 Staff Profile: Deborah "My doors are always open" said Deborah Moody new direc- tor of Lange Hall. One of her goals is to be available for people . Moody graduated In 1980 with a bachelor's degree in psychology and a minor in physical education from Wayland Baptist University in Plain view which has allowed her to do some work at rehabilita- tion centers and in recreational and group therapy. Moody was introduced to HSU by Dr. J Paul Sorrells associate professor of psychology and fami- ly ministry and director of the family ministry program. He en- couraged her to extend her education and work toward a master of arts In family ministry a new program developed by the HSU psychology and theology departments. Moody moved to Abilene in May 1985 to complete levelling classes so that she could par- ticipate in the family ministry pro- gram. She was accepted as a graduate assistant in the fall and later bacame the first guest hostess of Cowden-Paxton H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 31 October 1986

7H RE ATAPage EightOctober 31 1986 vy Counselor's Corner by Dr Ray Johnson. Counselor-to-Students The Christian gospel is life and health giving Multitudes have had their lives turned around for good when they responded to God's good news Think of the upbuilding institu tions that have resulted from Christian influence Hospitals schools and children's homes give evidence of the energizing wholesome influence of sound religion One does not have to look very far however to sense that much which calls itself Christian is not There is unfortunately much sick religion in our society. A woman was in a line-up of people being assigned numbers when it became obvious that she would be 666 She began to scream and cry recognizing this number as the mark of the beast from Revelation She must have been influenced by some terrible misunderstan dings under the guise of Bible pro- phecy. There is something very wrong with religion that causes a person to behave in such a disturbed manner Mental hos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 15 December 1986

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 15 December 1986

isemm t ' mhhb SJSSJSJSSSSSBSBKBSSSSjSiWSjSjSSSesaSJSiauaaSjSjSjj ZSSS h WT yp EMa Season's greetings from the Brand Reata staff and Tiny Tim L tn A A to I j I rrti i u to qniitlo lod -i 3 ')X' t ub . .fit "v46t yam ! i1 ... anol d nie ' i itiic'i'j1: noil IV uztm: iorti r UV . t Julie Pickop editor Michael Guevara sports editor Glenn Peters production assistant Larry Golden composition Tammy Mantooth advertising coordinator Amy McQuerry business manager Laura Ater illustrator Susan Hamby staff writer Cllf Mclntush staff writer Scotia Morris sfa writer Lori Murray staff writer Laura Pogue staff writer Randy White staff writer Jimmy McCorkle photographer Jay Vlertel photographer Randy Armstrong facultv advisor i i iTti' n ttl ..Ht I. Raalo If non-profit newspaper of Haidln Simmons University published as a special edition during the long terms It is published by the HSU Brand under the direction of the Department of Communication serving at a laboratory protect and a forum of student...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 15 December 1986

REATAPaqe ThreeDecember 15 1986 'twas the Night Before Final& . Away to the stairs I flew "ke a And then In a twinkling he came by MaryAnn Wlmberly Rash Thru the door Threw open the door anu out to the And as once in the library silence He stood front and center-being 'twas the night before finals Pond In a dash. Was no more. Seen by all. When all through the school All students were studying When what to my tired eyes should As I glanced his way he was turning He looked like a Jerk- tall and very lean Trying to act real 'cool'. Appear Around The funniest sight I had ever seen. But a half-crazed Freshman eyes Laughing so hard he rolled onto the The books were all open. Full of fear. Ground. He spoke not a word but went Waiting to be read - Straight to his work Hundreds were in the library With 8 books under his arm stood He was dressed all in purple Probing the card catalog for info-- But not a word was said. There and didn't speak From his head to his toes What a Jerk. And I kn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 15 December 1986

REATAPage FourDecember 15 1986 Professor Profile: Coretta Key by Glenn Peters Coretta Key Instructor of com- puter science actually began her college career as an English major with a math minor Key (nee Holcomb) graduated high school in Fort Valley. Ga. where she was involved in many extracurricular activities She enrolled In Georgia State Univer- sity In 1964 but quit 15 hours short of her degree. She said that she was experiencing an attitude that was very prevalent at the time during the Vietnam Era of low motivation and lack of direc- tion. In her last year of college she met her husband Manuel in a karate class. She said he threw her off the mat and sprained her ankle. She said It has been said jokingly that he has been "paying for it ever since." They have two children a daughter who will enter college next year and a son 13. Key said she always wanted to go back to college to finish her degree but the circumstances wouldn't allow it. When she lived In Michigan the nearest ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 15 December 1986

REATAPage FiveDecember 15 1986 VISITOR'S STANQ by John JJMM Key cont. from page 4 Before returning to college she did oil painting tole flower ar- rangements and was once a Girl Scout troop leader. She enjoys gardening ("Pisces are supposed to be good gardeners"). She boasts raising tomatoes in South Dakota against her neighbors' warnings. Key will remain here through spring 1988. Her career future will depend on where her hus- band is transferred next. She said she will seek a PhD if she con- tinues in a university setting or may use her master's to seek a job in business. She agreed jokingly in her interview that managing a K-mart was not out of the question. As I left Mabee Complex after watching the traditional HSU- Yugoslavian basketball exhibition game two separate but obviously important thoughts cam to your faithful cub reporter's mind. One not only did these Yugoslavians have long names but their uniforms looked downright silly. I couldn't help but laugh seeing a 30-year-ol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 15 December 1986

H. 9B r fl RS V fli O OTuB KTAB reporter Fran Atkins (left) interviews Adela Garcia Abel Villanueva and their "son." CM986A1&T REATAPage SixDecember 15 1986 Adopt-A-Child December 8 1986 1 bbbWMPKbV Lsfc. b - Jbw a H bK" ?& Jft ft. VJ Father for a day Scott Ferrell (left) ponders the Joys of fatherhood. WHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME TO CALL YOUR BOYFRIEND? a) When the president of Phi Gamma Delta asks you to Saturday night's Fiji Formal. b) After raquetball class to tell him that the instructor with the Australian accent and those blue eyes did wonders for your serve. c) When you just feel like telling him you miss him after all. ' KIbH wff l & j ill! w ma f T .sfl MM ChyslBBBVBH Maybe you shouldn't tell him everything that's going on. But you still care about him why not call and whisper some sweet things he'll never forget? Like why you call using AT&T Long Distance Service and why you trust AT&T's high quality service and exceptional value. When you tell him that AT&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

Homecoming 1987

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

I K-Sy CrS Homecoming 1987 About the cover: i The cover is a collage of various pieces of HSU history taken from old yearbooks. Top left is Ken Ford HSU football star and number 1 passer in the nation for 1957. Top center Is the once-traditional bonfire for the Wichita Kan. Corn-Shakers game (in effigy). Top right is the ubiquitous freshman in his beanie. Middle left is the cannon which will continue to be a permanent fixture at HSU. Middle center is Dammit the accursed school mascot who died in 1920. Dammit: he is dead. Middle right are the 1957 cheerleaders (an early co-ed activity) at the bonfire. Left to right they are: Dwain Hoover Glenda Wages Buddy Banack Suzanne Houston and Tommy Wilkinson. Bottom left is the cowboy statue which is a permanent fixture in the Cowboy Band Hall. Bottom right is an older man reminiscing and putting his memories down on canvas. iftJH I I l1Jsl i i i mil Sara L J ipr""sVl I iZfifll JI1& BM 1 b PrPP I Vr 1 IB ! bP" LSI 1 I aMm LjHaf II m LmH I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

REATAPage ThreeFebruary 27 1987 Letter to the editor Dear HSU Brand Editor: Spare us!!!! Both of us have been here over three years and this is not the first rime we've seen a letter begging for copy for the Brand The Brand's lack of imagination (and don't take this completely personally) Is no excuse for producing what you loosely call a "newspaper". May we suggest that you take a broader scope In your topics. In your letter you mentioned the Cornerstone Series and "Pain- ting Churches". Instead of reporting only that thse two events were taking place and other raw facts why not discuss other topics relating to these events that any other rime would not be relevant. In case we have not been clear here are some examples. Cornerstone Series: 1. You mentioned the Hemphllls. . .who are they? How are they related to HSU? Why did they start the Cornerstone Series? When did the Hemphllls start the Series? Exactly what is an emeritus? 2. The headlines mention "former Abilene preacher". . ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

REATAPage FourFebruary 27 1987 Bible professor infuses down-to-earth style into campus' environment i J I 11 J tij Dr. James Alumni and former student receive awards at luncheon by Clif Mclntush Two HSU alumni and one former HSU student were honored with Distinguished Alum- ni Awards today The trio receiv ed their awards from the HSU Alumni Association at 11:30 at a luncheon in Mabee Complex. The three recipients are Dr. Bryce Jordan Elizabeth Junell Baugh and Helen Jean Parks. Jordan president of Penn- sylvania State University since 1982 attended HSU 1941 42 After serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps 1942-46 Jordan received both his bachelor's degree in music education in 1948 and his master's in 1949 from the Univer sity of Texas. From 1949-51 Jordan taught at HSU. He received his doctoral degree in historical music from the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill in 1956. Jordan has served as a music faculty member at the University of Maryland College Park the Salsburg (Austria...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

REATAPage FiveFebruary 27 1987 Washington interns return f f0L 'fir raw ilfimfcVrifc 'V jBbmb BitP'B UJ " '""" t tin i' hsr HftM fc I'll II n Stt S HPBJIfcr ! FT IS3 1 !RB J feiHLj ff IIIf 111 -""' i F -JkI ! KM ft ft TJJ "i K flL v ..- Vpl m ft MHJ jiaft I ft frWBBK ' ftiflKftJttiT raA-ftH H. "ff iHhIhBHrvHB?'' ' fl V tfil Hk. V v F ft Russ Middleton Rep. Charles Stenholm and Chris Strowd (left to right) stand on the steps of the nation's capitol. School to offer music business degree HSU will begin offering a pro- gram of studies in music business effective with the new school year. Dr. Wesley Coffman dean of the School of Music said the new major will be one of only several offered at Southern Baptist col- leges and universities in the nation and is believed to be one of the few in Texas at either private or public institutions. Faculty members recently voted approval of the new program Coffman said "As one surveys the range of career fields open to young musicians they are sure ...

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