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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

REATAPage SixFebruary 27 1987 RA goes smorgasbord Dining service has new format The HSU theatre department offers the Homecoming production Painting Churches Friday and Saturday. Above Lisa Singleton and Zach Richardson rehearse their parts as Fanny and Gardner Church Below Lorene Tyler portrays Mags Church Outdoor ed class offered again for May Term The Outdoor Education Workshop PHER 2399. will be May 17-23 at Zephyr Baptist En campment on Lake Corpus Christi This May term course which has been offered at HSU for six years may be taken for three credit hours in electives or recrea- tion or for one core physical education credit plus two elective credits. Students learn target and field archery sailing canoeing riflery skeet shooting and other selected activities The total cost of the workshop is $465 plus travelling expenses. This includes tuition lab fee and room and board Enrollment is limited to 32 students. Students who wish to take the course should make a reservation in the ...

Publication Title: Reata, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

REATAPage SevenFebruary 27 1987 Dr. Beitic Kingore associate professor of education has been chosen by the BrandReata staff to be the 1987 Reata Woman of the Year. Kingore will be featured in the September 1987 issue of the Reata magazine. She is pictured here with Dr. Andy Patter- son head of the department of music theory composition who was the 1986 Reata Man of the Year. Patterson is handing the honorary plaque to Kingore. Volunteers needed to help with speech event The West Texas High School Speech Tournament hosted by the Department of Communica- tion brings to our campus more than 400 bright high school students each spring. This is an excellent opportunity for students and faculty to become involved. The thirty-first annual tournament will take place March 6 and 7. The tournament begins Friday at 5 p m. and continues all day Saturday Judges and timekeepers are needed for each event in all rounds. We offer events in Team PEANUTS where's hfh baseball 6love?it'5 Almost baseball...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 27 February 1987

REATAPage EightFebruary 27 1987 Mercer topples Cowboys 75-73 fa yiWMM jay i A '':' '. j. :' !1 H&fiSSSr1 iMfl Br I Jf I Ul -J 1 m lir I Hi Br Mary Ann Wimberly lets an 18 foot jump shot fly past a McMurry Indian during Thursday night's halttime entertainment No. 1 Texas drops Pokes to 1-8 HSU dropped two baseball games to the number one nationally- ranked University of Texas Longhorns Tuesday in Austin Currently 1 S in the season. HSU lost the first game 12 2 giv- ing up 11 hits to the Longhorns Junior Paul Nicholson from Mon- tgomery. NY picked up the loss on the mound for the Co.vboys Nicholson is 1 1 on the year for HSU Senior Shane Gravens was the first Cowboy to score in game Bruce Allen sets a pick and roll in Korf ball play against the McMurry P E halftime activity 2 1 one After being walked. Gravens advanced to second on a wild p.tch before scoring on line drive from junior Lynn Turner Turner scored in the same inning on a single from sophomore Gilbert Ai rede 'iidi i Ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 22 April 1987

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 22 April 1987

rewr Spring 1987 About the cover: cwa T Contents s The annual Western Heritage Festival and Rodeo begins Thursday. Up to 2000 school-age children are expected to attend the festival which will be Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. by the pond. The rodeo will be Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday at the Carl Myers arena off Grape St. Student tries the cadet life page 3 Professor to enjoy British Isles sabbatical page 4 Carpentry shop saves HSU money under direc tion of Don Hill page 5 Baseball team ends home season page 6 MEm Reala staff: Julie Pickop. editor Michael Guevara sports editor Glenn Peters production assistant Tammy Mantooth advertising coordinator Amy McQuerry business manager' James Bostick. graphic composition Marcle Glnn staff writer Clil Mclntush staff writer Scotia Morris staff writer Laura Pogue news and information Laura Ater illustrator Jimmy McCorWe photographer ond sports writer Jay Vlertel. photographer Paul Smith photographer Randy Armstro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 22 April 1987

REATAPaqe ThreeApril 22 Professor to study Wordsworth "Nature. . .to me was all in all." "These beauteous forms. . .have not been to me as is a landscape to a blind man's eye. . .but oft in lonely rooms and 'mid the din of towns and cities I have owed to them in hours of weariness sensations sweet felt in the blood and felt along the heart." from "Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" by William Wordsworth. by Cllf Mclntush Dr. Larry Brunner head of the HSU English Department won't be spending the summer mow- ing hts lawn in Abilene's blistering heat. Instead he will take 14 weeks to tour Great Britain and con- tinental Euripe. It is not a vacation in the purest sense but Brunner's sabbatical will find him spen ding much more time hiking outdoors than sitting in classrooms. Brunner's sabbatical will allow him to study in- depth and firsthand the places associated with William Wordsworth the English poet most closely associated with nature. Wordsworth (1770-1850) the premie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 22 April 1987

REATAPage Four April 22 i i iiiiimBl Student shares in ROTC 'copter ride Upper: A Chinook helicopter provided transportation for the ROTC adventure on March 14. Lower: L to R Gary Dlttermine alien Brannon Pat Lindsay. Tim Teague and Cadet Sergeant Robinson pose in front of a C130 at Dyess A.F.B. f JA am ww. 1 L iflMfr - ' misfit- B .A SSL SOC 'I ' mi PaBHBSLB Professor remembers Korean homeland by Mara Ashley Abilene Texas is a long way from home for Seok Sagong assistant professor of mathematics at HSU. Sagong was born in a small town in South Korea in 1940 and has traveled many miles before coming to HSU in 1986. Sagong is the youngest of six children. His father a provincial government official and businessman moved his family to Seoul when Sagong was 18 mon- ths old. They lived there until the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950 when they moved south to Goon Wi. Sagong said the war which began when he was ten years old had a profound effect on his life. When the war ended Sagong ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 22 April 1987

REATAPage FiveApril 22 Services held to honor Herndon by Marcie Ginn Doyle P "Pep" Herndon. 56. HSU comptroller for nearly 10 years died Monday. April 13. Herndon a 1947 graduate of Sweetwater High School held a bachelor's degree from Texas Christian University He served as a partner with Gwinn Herndon and Scott CPA firm in Ft. Worth for 20 years before coming to HSU Herndon was married to Dr Rosanna Herndon. HSU speech Hill runs shop smoothly For the past six years there has been an ongoing force in the HSU Maintenance Department. This force is Don Hill who was recent- ly promoted to assistant physical plant director of the mill carpen- try renovation and paint shops The job of the Department of Maintenance is to renovate the buildings on campus; the carpen- try department builds computer cabinets for the computer lab. dorm furniture and other items. Hill recalled having only four student workers when the pro- gram started today there are 20 to 25 on the payroll. Hill said Brian Sw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 22 April 1987

REATAPage SixApril 22 Baseball season nears end TkR1 - jf Freshman Chris Moore attempts UTA In their final home game. No fans... It was a beautiful day The sun was shining and there was a gentle breeze--a perfect day for baseball In fact the day was so perfect for baseball that all of 20 people showed up to see the Hardin Simmons baseball team's final home games Granted there were probably many other important things to do like watching exciting Saturday afternoon television or maybe walking up and down the mall without buying anything Possibly the beautiful weather drove many fans out to the lake or area parks to soak up the sun that was also shining at Hunter field and reflecting off the silver seats However there were probably those who had nothing to do. which is not uncommon at the 40 acres and still did not come to the games Throughout the entire basket Fun in the... Tr J .eBJflMBBBflBHBBBHiHHBHHIIHlHlHHHHHIHHHMBHi BJ9HVV1 to make the play home but is by Michael Guevarra ball ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

IKEnSrS November 198' About the cover Every year groups across Hardin -Simmons' campus devote much time and energy to Sing activities. It Is in all candor the highlight of Fall semester. Expressing oneself through music is a tried and true tradition; sit back this Friday and Saturday and enjoy the entertain- ment which has grown out of weeks of hard work... enjoy SING 87!! SiMdf . aRa9 Contents Five groups vie for Sing awards p. 3 Controversial aspects of Sing p. 3 University Queen elections Saturday p. 3 A student's concept of the crucifixion p. 4 Columnist questions forms of worship p. 4 Women have place in the military p. 4 A garden hose will do in a pinch p. 4 Van Ellis Theatre presents... p. 4 Sports ed sums up 87 baseball season P- 5 Soccer teams final standings p. 5 HSU basketball to face Notre Dame p. 6 Women's volleyball looking strong p. 6 HSU's "Bulldog" Turner's football fame P- 7 Special 1987 Basketball season calendar p. 8 High's works exhibited in art center : During ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

fleataNovemberpage 3 Outlooks on Sing discussed by Leigh Ann Whiddon All-school Sing was begun in 1962 by Sigma Alpha lota and Phi Mu Alpha. The purpose is to en- courage musical involvement among HSU students. However. Sing has become a controversial topic. The geneial feeling is that Sing is a worthwhile endeavor but it takes so much time that students' schoolwork 'ends to suffer. On the positive side Sing is greatly considered a good experience Said Rodney Jackson "It's an excellent opportunity to make friends and form dose bonds." On the same note David Swankosky stated "Sing is an encouragement and it brings people together." Professors also feel Sing can be a very positive activity as long as it is taken in moderation. Dr. Julian Bridges stated "It makes a significant contribution to the life of the University." He added that Sing "...1$ a part of going to scl.ool and learning how much you can and shoul.l sacrifice." There is a general note of agreement that Sing takes a consi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

Worship To know God we must bow down to Alaskan totem poles. This is the true way to feel His presence . If I know the mind of the reader as I'll bet I do you were shocked by the first paragraph. Your concept of God Is different. We all pro- bably have a concept of God somewhere in the attic of our minds; dig it up out of your attic and dust it off. What is it? What is your God like? Is the God you end up with really worthy of your worship? Do you even like this God you've dug up? Oftentimes our rebellion against God is merely a rebellion against our own per- sonal concept of God. People easily drift into a pseudo- comfortable hiding place in their thought life. To believe what mom and dad Sunday school teachers or books say is easy all we have to do is suck up the simple stuff. Is God who everybody tells you He is or is He different? I say He's different. How can I say that if I don't know you? Can any imagination or human mind fully get the con- cept of God down pat? We tend as hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

ReataNovemberpage 5 Editor waves baseball season goodbye By John Neese If you're normal your first thought is that these guys have to be losers They come from a state with about as much appeal as frostbite the road uniforms that the team wears are so bad looking even Madonna declin- ed to wear one and the leader of this group has about as much appeal as a Lee Press-On Nail commercial Yet as an unbelieving nation watched in horror the Minnesota Twins won the 1987 fall classic Now unless you've been on Mars the last three weeks you've undoubtedly heard of the upstarts from the land of 1000 lakes-the guys with homer hankies the Hefty Wall Kirby Herble and the Ter- minator. The same guys who only won nine games on the road after the All-Star break. The team that plays in the Metrodome a place so terrible that opposing pitchers would rather double date with Freddie Kreuger than pitch there Yes those guys with names like Brunansky and Laudner breez- ed their way into the World Series. Not...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

ReafaNovemberpage 6 HSU hoping for luck of Irish Volleyball team faces district Ulft Going Up! The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys season. They will play the Irish of J. McCorkle) PART TIME - HOME MAILING PROGRAM! Excellent income! Details send self -addressed stamped envelope. WEST Box 5877. Hillside. NJ 07205 Turnerhill's House of Barbecue "Where the flavor is cooked in not poured on." "Best Little Barbecue House in Texas!" CATERING AND PARTY NEEDS No. 1: 3210-D N. 1st 675-0401 No. 2: 1881 N. Treadaway 672-5811 HICKORY STREET CAFE Located in the historic Westminister House NOW OPEN SATURDAYS Mon-Fri 11-2 Sat 11-3 644 Hickory St. 675-0465 n m sun. jpo ft-' lurassr arc preparing for the 1987 Notre Dame in March. (Photo by CU 3370 NORTH 1ST to go 676-8270 by Al Pickett What does playing Notre Dame mean to the HSU basketball program? "Beating Notre Dame would mean an awful lot." said HSU Coach Dick Danford "Playing them helps us because we recruit in the Midwest. And playing them helps our con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

e J?eataNovemberpage 7 HSU's "Bulldog" went on to Hall of Fame 4 by John Neesc Clyde "Bulldog" Turner played the game long before artifical turf and wild card playoff games. He played football when nobody used facemasks and you were a wimp if you didn't play both of- fense and defense. The oldtimers say that back then you played the game in the mud with the blood and smell of stench covering you like Saran-Wrap. Back then no one had a Telestrator to ex- plain why the left guard blew his assignment and that's why the linebacker crushed your pretty boy quarterback. That was the atmosphere that Clyde Turner played foot- ball in. He came to Hardin- Simmons on a football tryout in 1936. Over the next three years the Cowboys went 23-3-2 in- cluding a victory over the Texas Mines (now the University of Texas at El Paso) in the Sun Bowl. Turner distinguished himself by being named to several Ail-American teams. In 1939 he was named to the Associated Press Little All- American team. He was a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 November 1987

Hardin-Simmons University Cowboy Basketball 1987-88 Schedule Ere) jPjBZKZTt 'i'mSj B H yl - BASKETBALL Head Coach Dick Danford Assistants: Dennis Harp Brad Underwood 1986 Record: 13-15 TAAC Record 9-9 lovember 16 Monday Renault Gent Belguium MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 (Exhibition Game) 27-28 Friday- Hilo Hawaii Tournament Hilo Hawaii TBA Saturday SW MO Bapt. U. Tenn. -Chattanooga Univ. of Hawaii Hardin-Simmons U. December 3 Thursday Tarleton State University MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 8 Tuesday University of Dallas MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 11 Friday Dallas Baptist MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 21 Monday Florida State University Tallahassee FL TBA January 2 Saturday Stetson MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 4 Monday Georgia Southern MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 7 Thursday Centenary Shreveport LA 7:30 9 Saturday Houston Baptist University Houston TX 7:30 14 Thursday Samford MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 16 Saturday Arkansas - Little Rock MABEE COMPLEX 7:30 21 Thursday Oral Roberts University Tulsa OK 7:35 Tempo TV - 7:35 23 Saturday University of Texas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1987

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1987

WOT December 1987 About the cover: ;A kJfiiL ' x'wwiWr Jar B Htt am II Ht -"' . i i L: B iB Et n Bfct H M;; -' ' V If y LVarfT aaaBfl LLaaE HMMHtti ' tF - Contents Editor kisses semester goodbye Poll reveals students' ideas Turning beliefs into actions Staff member turns to sludge Students' Christmas memories Sports Ed bids farewell to HSU Formby and Muldrow photos Sedrick Evans photo p. 3 p. 3 p. 3 p. 3 p. 4 p. 5 p. 5 p. 6 There is no more appropriate time for peace on earth than at Christmas This year marked a historic occasion: the signing of a treaty between President Reagan and Soviet Premier Gorbachev which eliminates the manufacturing of intermediate-range missiles. For Christmas of 1987 then the dove holds special significance for people everywhere. A B WHFHi jnr m m r"' M M bbbbbbbbL Hp HaaBBBBBBBaMBkiBl bb H bb Donnie Glenn Auvenshine (right) gets congratulations from Dr H.K Neely Jr. dean of the HSU Logsdon School of Theology upon notification that he has completed all re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1987

'-.' ' Viv;C'. --'.'-: "':-.:: HE5Hfl -v- Reata December page 3 Practice what you... by David Knight One week in 1987 a very curious thing happened in an American town Not unlike old stories and lessons easily forgotten by fools this lesson was actual and noticed only by an observant few. Here is a compilation of the accounts of the few who saw what happened during this particular week It took place in a medium-sized town during autumn. The main person in the occurrence was named Mahoney. He was tall thin had a slight accent and used to swear a lot. Mahoney was raised in a decent home and for at least half of his life his father still lived with him His mother scrimped and saved and sent him to a college so he could have a life better than hers. When Mahoney went away to school those who would like to easily categorize him might say he "went off the deep end." He was known as a drunk and a very obnoxious guy who rode around in his car all the time. He spent little if any time studyi...

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