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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 November 1988

Features THE HARDIN-SIMMONS REATA November 4 198tt Page 6 They've all worked and played for weeks.. '""' MM J n B 'BS2 4 ''Ji!wva' -1 BBBBfaBBBBu S" B& J 7 think it's going to be great. Everybody's doing their best. " -Julie Corbett kt in i BBBBBBBBBBnBBnflnSBBBBBBBBBBBBBKBBnr ' 'YABrBrKBBKflv'nlwc BMIIBHiHBIIIHHHHBSIE ' Jbxbb9bhbvu5ibb BBBBBBBKt.' jMrnffiBBBl 4 IfeEpgJBK - - .'-; v' - . A'ft 4k fi 't?KSrLft J 5 BBBmW BbI BH v B Jfcfrtrt-MoBVRTwMffi- JftWrHMBwif '' fcv:rtfyv. Bk. '"v m H' - Hi nSwuf -u?;flHBBs B B Br V BPVSt bbjbbI bbbbbbbbbbbv ji jh a j'j -'iffJBtscwwBSiMK Sr" -" ..4 V)f Jr m .j Bf ij B WKk ik. Bifl Ik 4 '? '.4a 9 Bfl i- r" li&L MjMaBinlttL " K tfttL H It i'fll IB vSSfcV'''- l wwMMBJhgiilSlwttaintgWBBglBllMiiiMiffl f bbbhmbJbbbb1 So th ast week can bring it all to fruition

Publication Title: Reata, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 November 1988

i Sports' THE HARDIN-SIMMONS REATA November 4 1988 Page 7 Cowboys fall to Eagles; End season at 8-10-1 ABILENE (SI).. .The University of North Texas Eagles exploded for three goals in the first 13 minutes of the game and defeated Hardin-Simmons University 8-3 in men's soccer action Tuesday. North Texas 8-7-4 opened the scoring just 1:54 into the contest when A J. Jones took a chip from Ehren Sena and knocked a header past HSU keeper Jonathan Hatfield. The Eagles got their second goal five minutes later at 7:08 when Sena connected on a pass from John Wylie giving North Texas a 2-0 lead. Chris Hayden then gave the Eagles a three goal lead at 13:37 when he scored on his first of two penalty kicks of the night after Jones was tripped in the box by Cowboy fullback An- thony Griffiths. The Cowboys finally got on the board at 17:49 when Rodney Cook scored his second goal of the year on the first of three assists from David Roy. Roy beat Eagle fullback Mike Riley down the right side and dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 November 1988

w m m& THE HARDIN-SIMMONS REATA November 4 1988 Page 8 Sports Cowgirls shutout North Texas: Final Four bound ABILENE (SI). ..The Hardin- Simmons Cowgirls got a goal and an assist from both Christy Ferguson and Kathy Shciron en route to a 3-0 win over the University of North Texas Lady Eagles in women's soccer action Tuesday. The win was costly for the Cowgirls however as mid- fielder Heather Satterfield suf- fered a fractured fourth metacarpal in her left hand ac- cording to HSU athletic trainer David Stuckey. She should be back for the NAIA Final Four in two weeks. The Cowgirls 10-6 opened the scoring at the 15:05 mark on Deedee Waglev's sixth goal of the season on an assist from Sheiron. Sheiron took an in- direct kick from about 25 yards and hit a thru ball to Wagley who knocked in the goal. Sheiron then added a goal to her assist at 61:12 when Ferguson sent a ball to her that she chipped from about 30 yards out to give the Cowgirls a commanding two-goal lead. Ferguson closed...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 4 November 1988

THE HARDIN-SIMMONS REATA November 4 1988 Page 9 Campus News Faculty Ira M. Taylor professor of printmaking and sculpture at HSU has been selected to be listed in the 19th edition of Who's Who in American Art. Inclusion in this edition is based on merit alone. The book is the definitive guide to artists collec- tors dealers scholars and critics. Members of the Department of Communication at HSU attended the annual meeting of Texas Speech Communication Associa- tion in Forth Worth recently each assuming leadership roles. Dr. Rosanna Herndon head of the Department of Communica- tion served on two major com- mittees and at the request of the Texas Christian University (TCU) faculty and alumni presented an award to Dr. George T. Trade TCU's retiring dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communication. She also assumed the office of vice chairperson elect of the Oral Interpretation Interest Group. Dr. Herndon is the past president of TSCA. Dr. Mary Evelyn Collins associate professor of spe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1989

Hardin-Simmons University April 20 1989 Hwl 4. wwV 1 m 'ffe m I Wesfern V Heritage Festival & Rodeo Roping Horseshoeing Bluegrass Band White Horses Quilters Melodrama Wagon Exhibit Storytellers Catclaw Creek Boys & Sande vv Branding Hat Maker Chuck Wagon Cooking IvJliyV 1 JW

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1989

i The Hardin-Simmons Reata Table of Contents Smith's statements clarified p. 3 Editor pays his 'last respects' Marsh calls for quality control Rape awareness week held Steven waxes nostalgic on HSU p. 4 Photo essay adds to drippings Class of '89: plans and advice P- 5 Cowboys win seventh in a row p. 6 Golfers attend TAAC tourney Women's tennis makes district Annual rodeo begins tonight About the cover: Mardln-Simmons University April 20 1989 Westlrn Festival & Rodeo "oplno V Horseshoeing W Blusgrs is Band WhllsHorsss Oulltora Mslodrsms Wsoon Exhibit Storytsllsrs Csiclcw CrMk Boys a Ssnds S TP Branding it Maker Chuck Wagon Cooking student April Bostlck designed this year's cover for the Reata. She won a con- In Randy Armstrong's advertising class with her concept. Day Is an annual tradition at Hardln-Slmmons; the area around Reflec- wW be filled with attractions dedicated to the spirit of the west. The Reata staff: Patrick O'Donnell Editor Steven Isaac Features Editor Marcfe Glnn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1989

O'Donnell graduates says thanks to professors family and friends This In the last Issue of the ifci.nl for the 1988-89 m Ii.x.I year. This la aim the last Issue lor the on-rent staff an we are all either graduating or have already graduated. Ik-fore I turn oflT the Edltwriter for the last time I would like to nay "Thank You" to the iisi . i h m ii min for allowing me to he the Editor of your newspaper. My staff and I have tried to he effective disseminators entertainers and mischief-maker. If we succeeded in our efforts our Joh has heen completed. We realize the Inability of an information-based organization to please it audience without fail; if we stepped on a few toes along the way we are not sorry but I can say from experience you probably didn't need them anyway. Many heartfelt thanks to the following individuals for their time effort and love: first and foremost my Ixird and Saviour (enough said); my darling fiancee Marcte (te anwl) mom dad and Kelly who really are the best; C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1989

REATAAPRILPAGE 4 College experience friends provide many memories by Steven Isaac Four years. It's not a big slice of our lives. But It Is enough time for people to Im- merse themselves In a new culture. It's certainly been enough time for us. Four years ago how many of us knew the benefits of a Coke-and-Dorttos breakfast? But It looks like we'll soon be leav- ing this collegiate society behind. And with it will go the The lisr ducks during a Wednesday afternoon tann- ing sessions by the pond all- day attire In sweats and the late-night sessions with a box of popcorn while we and our friends solved life's mysteries. We've seen plenty of changes In these four years. Two new buildings have ap- peared on this campus while two others disappeared. Abilene finally got a decent radio station. As people we've changed. We knew It all after high school. Hopefully for many of us that perspec- tive has been brought a little closer to reality. More than a few of us have even gotten married. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1989

REATAAPRILPAGE 5 Ruben Hinqjosa examines seniors' plans and advice This article was written for several reasona. One reason was to show respect to all those graduating in the 1988-89 academic school year. The other Is to allow seniors to offer advice or words of wisdom to underclassmen. The follow lug students are fellow classmates of mine. These students should graduate either In May or after the coming summer ses- sions in August. Eric Adams is a manage- ment major from San Antonio. Adams is working towards a B.B.A. degree. He plans to move to Dallas where he will enter the job market In the In- surance industry. Adams eventually wants to land a position in sportsu arc sales with a firm such as Nike Ad- dldas or Converse. Adams Is also looking into coaching college-level basketball with plans on having a major im- pact wherever he goes. Adams advises students to keep grades up with "concen- trating on the books during the week and relaxing on the weekends." Adams feels "the better...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1989

REATAAPRILPAGE 6 HSU sweeps Centenary in 4 games ir- by Peggy Blfford This weekend the Cowboys won .1 four-game conference lerlea against the Centenary Cents. The Cents came into the series with a record of 7-1 while the Cowboys were .'1-9. Friday the Cowboys defeated the Cents 14-1. Charles Bollinger hit the game-winning RBI In the first inning. The Cents held the Cowboys the next three Innings. The fifth inning rolled around and the Cowboys came back with an eight-run rally. JJ. Villareal led the hitting with a home run. The Cowboys dominated the hitting category with 13 to the Cents 5. Darrell Wood struck out five batten and clinched his third win. Saturday the Cowboys played a double-header. In the first game the Cowboys were tied with the Cents up to the fourth inning. In the seventh inning the Cents took a three-run lead. At the Cowboys last bat Robert McAdams hit a triple to tie the game. Rill Stltt went up to the plate with no outs and McAdams on third. Stltt hit his 14th ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

CONTENTS Page 3 and 4 . . . News Page 5 and 6 . . . Western Heritage Day Page 7 Western Heritage Center Page 8 and 9 . . . Features Page 10 ...... . Sports WELCOME Welcome from Troy Hinrichs As student body president I would like to take this opportunity to encourage you to participate in the Western Heritage Day ac- tivities. Take advantage of the festivities occurring by.'the pond and remember to attend the Western Heritage Rodeo April 26-28. Your help and support of Western Heritage Day is ap- preciated. For those of you who are not students at HSU please feel free to participate. I hope you will feel welcome. 1 yi M i -hVVN TW - v MV.rf sj: msr's:nm - . . v t v j .v : irrcw v-v a w:7 yrrim V: "' ' 'Ill.i V .MvV V " A -llj- im m v V SV .V i :$V xj V - .N -; .' AriV vv: 5? v. v The REATA Staff '?v STIFF S V vV Editor . . . Lara King News Editors . . . Rick Hope Barbara Graham Features Editor . . . Jennifer Peterson Sports Editor . . . Terry Suggs Contributing Editors . . . Mike De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

April 20 1990 RE AT A Page 3 WESTERN HERITAGE CENTER COMING TO FORTY ACRES Western Heritage Center. The Western Heritage logo depicts a cowboy leaning against a "snub- bing post" reading his Bible by moonlight at the end of a busy day. by Mike DeJulio The "Forty Acres" is definitely on the move with it s new buildings and new football program but for Dr. George Newman none of these new additions bring as much ex- citement as the new Western Heritage Center coming to HSU this year. With just the mention of the Western Heritage Center Dr. Newman's face lights up and he begins talking about the new center with great enthusiasm. Newman is actually a biology teacher in his 24th year at HSU but he has a great love for ranching and for preserving the roots of HSU. "Hardin-Simmons has a great heritage from pioneer ran- ching families and it is important that we preserve that heritage" Newman says as he looks at large bags of native grass seed lined up in his office. ' The idea for The Weste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

I News April 20 1990 RE AT A Pago 4 Tuition To Increase In Fall Fletcher says athletics not cause of rise mmtmKmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmnmf i H J t la. S fc IN "rt ti ' tVirVtf f v by Rick Hope Hardin-Slmmons students will find themselves with an emptier pocketbook next fall. For the first time in four years HSU has raised the cost of living in the dorms. Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher HSU presi- dent said that they recently had to take on a nine percent charge in- crease from the A.R.A. due to the recently passed minimum wage laws. Fletcher says the college ab- sorbed seven percent of this and passed on the remaining two per- cent to students in the form of an increase in room rates. The University has also an- nounced plans to raise tuition costs to $165 a semester hour. Fletcher explained that this was necessary since HSU has been running on a deficit for two years. Fletcher says it costs around $310 dollars to produce one hour of academic instruction so the University is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

!News April 20 1990 RE AT A Page 5 4 . br&Jir-1 ' m. Id Financial aid picture is optimistic for fall Photo by Tim Henrv 1990 Phonathon reaches for $150000 to secure more student scholarships by Barbara Graham Rupert N. Richardson Memorial Phonathon was kicked off in Moody Center at 2:30 p.m. Mon- day April 2 1990 with the Phonathon Kickoff Hoopla. The event featured the Catclaw Creek Boys and Sande local TV celebrity and HSU alumna Fran Adkins Mr. James Teel assistant vice presi- dent for development at HSU Melissa Franklin Student Founda- tion chairman and a voice from the past a recording of Dr. Rupert N. Richardson the late president emeritus of HSU. The 11th annual phonathon goal was $150000 a goal that broke all previous phonathon records ac- cording to Teel master of ceremonies for the event. The phonathon's purpose is to raise scholarship money for students each year. Phones were operated for two weeks by student members of campus sororities fraternities and social clubs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

Western Heritage Day. April 20 1990 RE AT A Page 6 Clayton recalls by Leigh Ann Whiddon Western Heritage Day began in 1981 in conjunction with the City of Abilene's Centennial. It was a very small scale project held on the courtyard in front of Sid Richardson Science building us- ing the porch as the stage Dr. Jesse Fletcher president the late Dr. Rupert Richardson president emeritus and the late Mrs. Tommy Clack rode up in the Hardin- Simmons surrey. Both Richardson and Fletcher spoke and a bluegrass band called the "Clear- fork Express" played. Dr. George Newman professor of Biology and director of Western Heritage Dr. B.W. Aston head of the Department of History and director of the Richardson Research Center and Mr. Randy Armstrong assistant professor of mass communication decided to do a spring activity dealing with the school's heritage to balance the Indian activity which McMurry College hosts each fall. It was decided to move the activities over to the reflecting pond where t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

Western Heritage Day. REATA April 20 1990 Page 7 "Doc" Gives History Of His Life by Al Anna Taylor Never in his wildest dreams did "Doc" Beazley ever think he would be where he is today. He has ac- complished so much and is still going strong. "Doc" grew up in Lexington Va. on ' a farm. In high school he always wanted to be a coach. He graduated from Linville-Edom High School in 1932. He then received his B.A. degree from Bridgewater College in 1937. There he received 14 letters in athletics. Two months before he graduated his mother asked him to gather a choir at Singer's Glenn Va. For five years he led a choir during the summers and winters while he coached and was assistant prin- cipal at Linville-Edom High School. "Doc" felt the Lord opened up doors where he needed to go. He was music and educational direc- tor at First Baptist Church in Staun ton Va. and at Orcutt Avenue Bap- tist in Newport New Va. from 1939-44. He was then called to North Ft. Worth Baptist in Ft. Worth Texas ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

EEAIA Page. 8 i Students Share Week With Others Spring breakers experience new environments April 20 1990 KV. m '4 by Jennifer Peterson What did you do during spring break? Several students gave their week to serve In Utah for "Spring Break Missions." Approximately 26 students serv- ed in various churches in the Salt Lake area. This group was led by Associate- BSU Director Deena McAfee. The students served in eight churches in and around Salt Lake City. Perhaps the greatest challenge in this area is the strong Mormon population. It is not like there are Mormon churches and the people go to church on Sunday and dur- ing the week no one recognizes them as Mormon. Mormonism is a lifestyle that permeates every aspect of life in Utah. Several of the businesses are Mormon- owned. The government is run by Mormons. The addresses are calculated according to where the house is in relation to the Mormon temple. Many of the children in the public schools go to a seminary across the street from ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990

Features April 20 1990 RE AT A Page 9 f V HOMELESS TOPIC IN CHAPEL Cast of Five Will Perform Readers Theatre Script May 3 DISCOVERER OF TITANIC TO SPEAK IN BEHRENS APRIL 23 by Lara King Dr. Robert Ballard the scientist who discovered the R.M.S. Titanic will be speaking on the HSU campus. "High Adventure in the Deep Frontier" will be the topic of Dri Ballard's presentation. The event will be April 23 at 8 p.m. in Behrens Auditorium and is free to the public. Funding has been pro- vided by the Cullen Fund for Facul- ty Enrichment and the HSU Brand. Dr. Charles Lane assistant pro- fessor of geology at HSU stresses the magnitude of this event. "To my knowledge" Lane said "no scientist of Dr. Ballard's caliber has ever been In Abilene before now.' He is a world-renowned geojqqjst who should interest every age group." Ballard was In a unique position while he was attending school in the late 60s and early 70s. It was at this time that tho theory of platetechtonlcs was introduced. One of t...

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