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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND December 9 1988 Page 2 Op Ed The Brand staff: Patrick O'Donnell Editor Steven Isaac Features Editor Jimmy McCorkle Sports EditorPhotographer Marcie Ginn Advertising ManagerBusiness Manager Bruce Shatney staff writer Leigh Ann Whiddon staff writer Ruben Hinojosa contributing writer Dr. Ray Johnson staff columnist Randy Armstrong faculty advisor The Brand of Hardln-Simmons University is a non-profit campus newspaper published during the long term. It is published under the direction of the Department of Communication Hardin-Simmons University Abilene Texas 79698 serving as a laboratory project and to some extent a forum for student views. Editorial opinions are those of the newspaper and do not necessarily reflect those of the university or its ad- ministration. Signed columns represent the personal views of student authors. The Brand is a member of the Society of Professional JournalistsSigma Delta Chi the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association and Southwest Jou...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

KtfSH&BWi News HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND December 9 1988 Page 3 Student Interest Debate Held "Open hours for dormitory visitation should be extend- ed" will be the topic of a public debate the be held on December 9 at 3:00 in Moody Center rooms 211 B and C. This forum is being presented by Dr. Mary Evelyn Collins' Oral Argumentation clss. The purpose is to give the class members experience in holding public debates. Oral Argumentation is designed to allow the students ex- perience with debating and persuasion This dobate is designed as an open forum for the public to participate In during a question and answer period following the presetatlon of the affirmative and negative case proposals and before the summaries. The dif- ference between this type of system and the collegiate Memorial Endowment Made to School ABILENE (Nl)-A 1928 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of HSU has com- pleted funding for a $20000 en- dowment fund through a bequest in her will.. The late Ethel Kaderli Owens of San Ant...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

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Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

) People HARDiN-SIMMONS BRAND December 9. 1988 Page S T Eidam twirls for HSU band and audiences by Steven Isaac For the second consecutive year Karla Eldam will precede Hardln-Simmons University's Cowboy Band as the single twlrler. She is also the band's sweetheart. Eidam of Marietta Georgia Is a sophomore Elementary Education major. She plans to graduate in December of 1989. She began twirling at the age of six. She said a cousin of hers brought a baton home and she wanted to try. Her parents gave her a year to try it out. By the end of the se- cond year with a baton she was tired of It but her parents loved her performing. "I was practicing ten hours a day and it wasn't fun anymore" she said. Eidam said that at the na- tional level it is necessary to train that much. With three national titles and two grand national titles she should know. She said that many twirlers especially in the nigh school range do not give enough time to practice.: "They're lucky if they gef in an hour of ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

Features HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND December 9 1988 Page 8 Election According to some people this has been one of the dir- tiest presidential campaign of recent years. Now that all the mudsling- Ing Is over one question arises. What does the future hold for the Democrats and Republicans? As for the Republicans President George Bush will be modifying Reaganomics to suit what he believes in best for the country. Some his promises have in- cluded creating 30 million jobs in the next eight years double the number of federal prisons by the end of his first term balancing the federal budget and appointing Dan Quayle to head the war on drugs. His most frequent promise is that of no ne v taxes. President Bush's ex- perience under Ronald Reagan will hopefully be a great asset to him. Some people remain un- sure as to how Bush will han- dle the cold war. The question is whether or not he can con- tinue to build upon the Reagan foreign policies and if his own policies will withs- tand the coming yea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

( Features HARD1N-SIMM0NS BRAND December 9 1988 Page 7 O JL. nent fc as a requirement for Get ting a Masters degree at Hardin-Slmmons University the student must write a thesis pertaining to what hisher major field of study. This thesis Is then bound in a book to be kept on record as well as a bound edition going to the student author. As routine as this gets over the years there sometimes comes along a thesis that stands out as unique and special. Wes Watters is that student author with a rare topic. This double feature will place Wes in the spotlight first. Then we will discuss his topic of thesis. Originally from Colorado Wes came to HSU by word of a friend who was from Col- orado as well and was atten- ding HSU. This friend's dad in fact was the pastor of the church Wes attended in Col- orado. mis main Initiative for com- ing to Hardln-Simmqns was the school's siie large enough to meet Wes' needs but small enough to be khqwVi by name and no! by. social ! security numoer. CoVnirr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

Features Godot cast HSU's two top female by Chris Haas Last summer the HSU Theatre department took on the task of Samuel Beckett's difficult tragicomedy Waiting tor Qodot. The reasons were simple: the actors were available the technical aspects of the show could be done inexpensively and director Dr. Trish McAdams had always wanted to do the show. Waiting for Godot like all written works is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America and is subject to royalty. Royalties are a payment to an author for the right to use his work and are usually based I on a performance rate. In this case the royalties were sent to Dramatists Play Service Inc. in New York. Dramatists Play Service ac- cepted the royalties and sent the scripts thus giving per- mission for the HSU Theatre department to do the produc- tion. On July 7 after five weeks of rehearsal the production opened at Van Ellis Theatre and ran through July 9. Dr. McAdams and the cast were happy with the show and ca...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

5 Sports HARDIN-SIMMONS December 9 1988 w i HSU tennis newcomers bring high expectations HSU's men's and women's tennis team will attempt to improve their fall season per- formance this spring. Both the men and women suffered hardships throughout the fall season. With the men losing Ian Gunn due to disciplinary reasons; and the women losing Paula Schrlver due to a knee injury. "Although the men's team played a tough schedule this fall they all looked very pro- minsing at times" according to Coach Cheryl Nowlln. The women's team suffered a major downfall this fall with the loss of Paula Schrlver. As well as lossing their number one player they also" lost team leader and motivator" stated Cheryl Nowlln. Since Schrlver was unable to par- ticipate the team also lost the mental aspect of their game because the remaining players were forced to move up Into a higher spot of on the ladder which they were not accustomed to. This caused many of them to become frustrated and discouraged. The m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

BOWL PICKS by Jeff Pappas With the bowl season soon to be upon us I pulled out a few predictions for these post season bowl games. Independence Bowl UTEP28So. Miss. 12 UTEP has worked hard for this moment. Were not sure about bid until Wake Forest tied Appalachian State. Wants to show bowl officials they deserve It. Sun Bowl Alabama 21 Army 7 Against Air Force Army pass- ed only three times and still won convincingly but Air Force is no Alabama: Roll Tide Roll. Aloha Bowl Houston 38 Wash. St. 21 Houston has the top rated of- fense in the country. Washington State has Timm Rosenbach third best quarterback in the Pac 10 but being that close behind Aikman and Peete is not that bad. Houston landed 6 on the all SWC defense. Washington State has nn defense. Florida Citrus Bowl Oklahoma 24 Clemson 21 Oklahoma has Jamielle Holloway back but they seem to be just as good with back- up Charles Thompson. First time to miss Orange Bowl in 4 years. They run the wishbone better than any team in th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

i Sports HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND December 9 1988 Page 11 r Smith reflects on by Ewart Jones In the spring of 1986 a high school senior like many high school seniors at the time had come to Hardln-Slmmons for High School Weekend. While at HSU she had the op- purtunlty to try out for the volleyball team. She made it. Six months later she was star- ting for the Cowgirls. A year later she was named co- captain of the team as a sophomore. Her junior year she was named All-District and saw her team come within one game of a district championship. This is the success story of Jennifer Smith a physical education major from Lamesa. Sm'th's volleyball interest started in a sixth grade physical education class. The next year Smith played for her seventh grade team and she has not stopped play- ing since. By the time Smith had finished her high school career she had been named Yell leaders take different approach in showing HSU by Ewart Jones One look at Hardin- Simmons' yell leaders may not be en...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 December 1988

Sports HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND December 9 1988 Page 12 HSU men's soccer ends hard season by Jeff Pappas The men's soccer team overcame a rough start to finish off an unexpectedly disappointing season at 6-10-1. Disappointment came as bookends this season as the men suffered their two worst losses one beginning the year and one finishing it off. The team was full of high ex- pectations with the return of every single player on the 1987 team minus one. Jecker was lost to graduation and has now signed a profes- sional contract with the Fort Wayne Flames. Thus the only position that needed to be fill- ed was at the sweeper posi- tion. In came Mario Carillo. Carillo a junior from Col- orado Srings came to HSU with fine credentials. He was named Parade All-American Adidas All-American and named Rookie of the Year at Chapman College as a freshman. Carillo filled the void left by Jeckers graduation nicely. Along with Carillo HSU returned 2-time all TAAC mid- fielder Tommy St. John and top retu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1989

PWMHH iW a II ::' 1 Columnist questions underlying reasons for barbaric reaction to Bundy execution See Page 2 Dr. McGraw joins the Brand staff as columnist and all- around nice guy See Page 2 Volume 76 Abilene Texas February 10 1989 Number Six fUKM ""l. I lard ill -Simmons University Fran Adkins a news anchor for KTAB-TV has been elected president-elect of the nationwide Hardin-Simmons University Alumni Associa- tion. She served as first vice president of the association during the past year. Adkins is a 1970 graduate of HSU. Renamed president for another one-year term is Clint Sharpley of De Soto and a 1971 graduate of HSU. ABILENE (Nl)---Hugh Camp- bell III a Ballinger rancher is displaying 10 Holy Land originals in the Hardin- Simmons University Richard- son Library through Feb. 26. Campbell went to the Holy Land with a group at Christmas 1985. He went back in the summer of 1986 for six weeks where he sket- ched and painted. These pain- tings were done after return- ing home. He...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1989

r HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February 10 1989 Page 2 Op-Ed Dr. Larry McGraw The Brand staff: P. Martin O'Donnell Editor Steven Isaac Features Editor Marcie Ginn Advertising ManagerBusiness Manager Mike McGlaun staff writer Peggy Sifford staff writer Leigh Ann Whiddon staff writer Ruben Hinojosa contributing writer Shawn Marsh contributing writer Dr. Ray Johnson staff columnist Dr. Larry McGraw staff columnist Randy Armstrong faculty advisor The Brand of Hardln-Simmons University is a non-profit campus newspaper published during the long term. It is published under the direction of the Department of Communication Hardln-Simmons University Abilene Texas 79698 serving as a laboratory project and to some extent a forum for student views. Editorial opinions are those of the newspaper and do not necessarily reflect those of the university or its ad- ministration S'gned columns represent the personal views of student authors. The Brand is a member of the Society of Professional JournalistsSigma ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1989

HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February 10 1989 Page 3 Features Graham to appear at hsu by Steven ISaaC Manrinbc in ftinth Africa by Steven Isaac The Black Student Fellowship of Hardin- Simmons University will host a "Black History Com- memoration" In Behrens Chapel at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 16 1989. Stedman Graham a 1974 alumnus of HSU will be the featured speaker. Graham who was promi- nent on campus during his undergraduate days has achieved prominence as the president of a North Carolina public relations firm and as the boyfriend of talk show host Oprah Winfrey accor- ding to Brien Jones public relations director of the Fellowship. Jones added that Graham travels International- ly and is Involved with the Music (com. from p. 2 U2 contains three professing Christians. Trying to disen- tangle U2's spiritual content from its secular would defy even Alexander's solution of the Gordian knot. But no one can deny the heavy presence of spiritual themes. A friend even gave me her copy of "The Joshua Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1989

Hbou :.-.. HARDIN-SIMMONS BRAND February 10 1989 Page 4 Features H i.V Band looks forward to Nice With many of the doors and windows on campus announ- cing their destination the Cowboy Band left for Nice France a little after 12:30 p.m. yesterday afternoon. It Is the band's third overseas trip since 1984 and their second trip to Nice. The band was invited back by city officials to participate In Carnival '89 on the Cote d'Azur. This festival is Nice's version of Mardi Gras and may be the oldest Mardi Gras festival known of. Band member Danny Richardson said "It'll be bet- ter than the first trip. We've been before so we're going as kind of an honored guest since they've invited us back." JB. JBHnHC ' v M .: ft VI .kV mJM - Cowboy Band members anticipate departure for Nice a PUT YOUR COLLEGE DEGREE TO WORK. Air Force Officer Training School is an excellent start to a challenging career as an Air Force Officer We offer great starting pay medical care 30 days of vacation with pay each ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1989

Student excels at advising others on how to spend their money. See page 2 Features Editor previews options for spring break. See page 4 Hardin-Simmons University Volume 76 Choir leaves on tour The Hardin-Simmons University Concert Choir directed by Dr. Loyd F. Hawthorne departed March 1 for a weeklong tour of West Texas and New Mexico. Choir members will per- form in churches and high schools returning to Abilene on March 8. The choir will be presented in a concert Tues- day March 14 at 8 p.m. in HSU's Woodward-Dellis Recital Hall. Dr. John Campbell univer- sity organist will accompany the choir. Selections will include pieces from such composers as Handel Brahms Mendelssohn and more than a dozen others. Read initiates award The Florence Read Endow- ed Scholarship has been established at Hardin- Simmons University. Dr. David W. Miller assis- tant vice president for development said Read of Big Spring has established the endowed scholarship through the donation of a $50000 gift annui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1989

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY BRAND March 3 1989 Page 2 Op-Ed Dr. Larry McGraw The Brand staff: P. Martin O'Donnell Editor Steven Isaac Features Editor Marcie Ginn Advertising ManagerBusiness Manager Mike McGlaun staff writer Peggy Sifford staff writer Leigh Ann Whiddon staff writer Ruben Hinojosa contributing writer Shawn Marsh contributing writer Dr. Ray Johnson staff columnist Dr. Larry McGraw staff columnist Randy Armstrong faculty advisor The Brand of Hardin-Slmmons University is a non-prom campus newspaper published during the long term. It Is published under the direction of the Department of Communication Hardin-Slmmons University Abilene Texas 79698 serving as a laboratory project and to some extent a forum for student views. Editorial opinions are those of the newspaper and do not necessarily reflect those of the university or Its ad- ministration. Signed columns represent the personal views of student authors. The Brand is a member of the Society of Professional JournalistsSi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1989

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY BRAND March 3 1989 Page 3 Features Random Notes Columnists differ by Steven Isaac Being an editor has its privileges (it also has its quirks). One of the advan- tages is being able to know in advance everything that is go- ing into the paper. In doing so I discovered in this issue a number of things to which I wish to respond. I debated for a while whether I should answer some things raised by Dr. Larry McGraw in his current editorial; I felt it might be more fair to leave it alone and let his opinions be digested by everyone (or whoever it is that reads this paper). That consideration however was outweighed by the idea of letting readers see opposing views simultaneously. I bowed to reality and the knowledge that not everone holds on to back issues of the Brand. I first feel the need to de- fend my fellow editor and commander-in-chief Pat O'Donnell. The decision to change the title of McGraw's article would have been an in- cidental issue at most had I bee...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1989

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY BRAND March 3 1989 Page 4 Features Disney mmmmlAmaMSmWiwm JBMmEm fA ftvfl : -"aH 1 H 1 k Bfl ffb fVH jMfc v IVfl hi BH VHB ffM Ul 'r 1 " HBtB T vB fV lS2aiaBBBiHBM?j(BP9r FJHSBr Students experience the "Maelstrom" Disney World's newest attraction. Students go on a voyage full of trolls polar bears and Viking explorers. Coastal city readies by Steven Isaac Port Aransas Texas is preparing for its annual deluge. Hurricane season is close but this storm is com- ing from inland as spring break prepares to unleash college students from across the nation on the small town. Lynette Nolte of the Port Aransas Chamber of Com- merce said that they are ex- pecting 100000 students bet- ween March 10-26. Thai figure is well over 30 times the town's permanent population. Speaking of changes in preparation for this year's spr- ing break Nolte said they Travel guide of discounts offered free If you plan to ease on down to Florida for spring break you might be interested in m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1989

mmsmmmmmm HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY BRAND March 3 1989 Page 5 Sports HSU vs. ACU tennis results Wsmmm ft ft 'p Women's HSU 7 4ClS Singles ACU's Sykes defeated HSU's Shriver 6-0 6-0 ACU's Crooks defeated HSU's Shanks 6-4 2-6 7-5 ACU's Martin defeated HSU's Persilver 6-1 6-1 ACU's Chinchiolo defeated HSU's Barrow 6-1 6-1 ACU's Marsh defeated HSU's Blay 6-4 3-6 7-5 ACU's Thomas defeated HSU's Charmpoonod 6-1 6-1 Doubles ACU's Sykes-Martin defeated HSU's Shriver-Shanks 6-3 6-4 HSU's Barrow-Persilver defeated Chinchiolo-Marsh 2-6 6-4 6-2 ACU's Crookes-Thomas defeated HSU's Blay-Upton 6-1 6-0 Men's HSU 4 ACU 5 Poised concentration HSU tennis player volleys to an opponent. (Photo by Peggy Sifford) Singles ACU's Poth defeated HSU's Brasseaux 6-3 6-2 HSU's Gunn defeated Walker 6-1 6-1 ACU's Collins defeated HSU's Mast 6-1 6-3 ACU's Atkerson defeated HSU's Carter 6-3 6-0 ACU's Klapprott defeated HSU's Noel 6-1 6-0 HSU's Highland won by default Doubles HSU's Brasseaux-Gunn defeated Walker-Coll...

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