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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 26 October 1989

FotoFinish 8 October 26 1989 the Brand Eggs marriage and car bashing... M 9 n II jJSS.Bb IB3BiP"5jfiH.Br 'jS BfllBBBHaSBBBBBSfBBBlBBflBBauKBB Bj i vSHiffT L I m m BHBBBBrer IBbBlfll9Bk9HHHBBHHhB bVbI HMbbI bV SBuvihiiHlbhVkBlHiiHHBBkHBBi bbbbt9bb1bybyHbhbbbbbbWbb9GbTV6bQIR 1 P b ibbbbbBhHbbbbbVIE9BbbkbIbbbh bV fl IbbbbbibHbbB JhhQEXbSSLHeIbv mBmB&L 1QflKiffjPirBiiBiBaIalaBT ISBBBBhBVI''' ' JHHBCTtt'' - BBBnBBBBHBlVflBMKBHBBHBBHBK HbBb. R ShUbbb Hnfli 4 II V fl jLubbVbBT JbYb! BZ vB$K&JL ufrw- - - - bh K ' J Us v. iHHbVHB In a heavenly moment Senior Randy Rogers practices his lines on the set of the senior booth at Fall Fest. Rogers performed mock wedding ceremonies and was also married during Fall Fest activities. Photo by Ewart Jones. With plenty of egg on his face Matt Strange of Tau Alpha Phi searches for a towel. The men of Tau cap- tured second place with their egg toss booth which was definitely a favorite with the crowd. Photo by Ewart Jones it J li 1 ImHKbbSB LJ II I...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

Hardln-Slmmons University Abilene Texas THE Volume 77 Number 4 IbW Football is back!!!! Non-scholarship sports women's basketball also part of new sport scene by Ewari Jones It has never been said that Hardin-Simmons University could keep a secret and the reason is obvious-it can not. Someone let out the biggest can of worms in years and HSU administration found itself scrambling for words a day before the announcement was to be made. The big news? Football is back at the forty acres but much more than that has been affected in the HSU athletict department. Here's a rundown of the facts: FACT: ALL sports will im- mediately make the transition to non-scholarship athlete status. quoted as saying that it cost $80000 in travel expenses for the basketball team alone. Which br- ings up another reason the changes were made. The Trans-America Athletic Con- ference is steadily moving east. In fact the conference is adding two more Florida teams this yeart. HSU and the University of Texas at ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

2 November 21 1989 the Brand Opinions Discrimination is bad joke by Phil Wilton When I was five years old my best friend was Mustafa. I called him Musta because I couldn't say his full name. Our families lived in the same apartment complex and we played together usually out- side on the jungle gym swinging from bars hour after hour. Mustafa fell from the bars and he skinned his elbows he started to bleed- red. You see I assumed already that because he was black and I was white that we bled a different color. Seems rather ironic that six- teen years later lots of folks seem to know that people of different col lors than their own bleed the same red yet the same feelings emo- tions and hurts are denied. Prejudice and discrimination seem so much a part of the en- vironment that we all live in. Can you think of a good racial joke? Come on. It would seem as if that is something which none of us are immune to. Think of our little world of forty acres? How many minority members are on the ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

News the Brand Students excel in tourney Members of the ROTC Roughrider Battallion check out sleeping quarters during a recent field training exercise. Photo by Mike McShane. Lea reigns as queen by Duane Simolke Marcie Lea was crowned univer- sity queen on Nov. 4 as part of Family Weekend. The coronation ceremony was held in Behrens Chapel. "I felt honored to be nominated to represent the school" said Lea. The other four finalists Jennifer Smith Kristen Kincaid Tobey Utley and Carla Thompson will serve as university princesses dur- ing the 1989-1990 school year. Lea a graduate of Southwest High School in Fort Worth is a senoir majoring in speech com- munication and minoring in theatre. She has starred in six plays at Van Ellis Theatre including this year's presentation of Lewis Car- rol: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast. She helped with props and lights for A Streetcar Named Desire and will direct a one-act play in the Spring. "I think being in theatre has helped me develop mo...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

News Features 4 Novambcr 21 1989 the Brand Satanism becomes problem for society by Duane Simolke A counseling conference held Nov. 7 at Hardin-Slmmons focused on the occult and Satanism. The conference was sponsored by HSU's Department of Counseling and Human Development and Of- fice of Student Development. Roy Rodriguez Jr. and Ismael S. Sanchez were the speakers. "I believe it's important that we educate ourselves" said Rodriguez. "There are many types of occult practices. "We are not here to create paranoia or a witch hunt. We're here to become more informed." Rodriguez a former narcotics agent for the Houston Police Department and the Federal Drug Enforcement Association now owns a consulting firm. He also supervised civil criminal and undercover narcotics operations in North and South American coun- tries and Carribean countries. "The traditional form of Satanism is a very structured secretive organization" said Rodriguez. "Part of their belief system is that everything you do ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

Features the Brand November 21 199 5 Health Fair gets exposure colleges show Beaches by Duane Simolke (This column formerly called Campus Actions is designed to keep students informed about what there is to do when they aren't slaving away at the books. Recent events will also be covered here.) When I got to the Oct. 26 Health "Fair in Moody Center most of the restaraunt coupons and free .samples were gone. I stopped at The Coffee Oasis booth for some spicy apple cider then began visiting the other booths. I had to keep dodging traffic and a video camera but I was glad to see the Health Fair get so much exposure. University nurse Cindi Keith and counseling intern Jerry Roberts obviously put a great deal of work into the event and many people working the booths were volunteers. HSUAbilene Actions . First Baptist Church YMCA the Red Cross and other groups were handing out health pamplets many of them emphasizing preven- tion. The local Alcoholics Anonymous group had pamplets that seem...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

Features 6 November 21 1989 the Brand H.S. Weekend starts by Ewart Jones With all the changes taking place on this campus many stu- dent may have not noticed a new fall tradition starting at HSU. It was High School Weekend in the fall and it was no easy task. Just ask Pamela Lanowy Steve Cone the High School Weekend Commit- tee or Student Foundation. Lanowy the chairman of the weekend's committee put togethr the event in a rather short period of time with little to go on. Cone Stu- dent Foundation's president was in the same boat. Foundation ended the weekend in the Logsdon Chapel with a devotional Sunday morning. Now that Foundation is throuah with High School Weekend for the falJ theorganization can look for- ward to doing it again when spring comes around. MBiHfcBlta8Bw8BwywSwv15ktt-'V' " tltil Jjflfl flam. e mJ ''J.K- H. H Iwjfti&S rJ3jffijw Jf J "Family" number four of High School Weekend poses for a group portrait. To gat the high school students familiar with mora of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

Critic's choice the Brand November 21 1989 7 music by Duane Simolke Jon Gibson: Body & Soul There's no rock or rap on this album but J.G.'s done both before. Now he's getting experimental. 'Long Ago' has a distinctively African sound. 'Heart of Gold' has a light-hearted orchestrated sound. 'Everyone Needs the Lord' sounds like an upbeat arrange- ment of a traditional gospel song. J.G. used to sing back-up for Stevie Wonder and is often com- pared to him. This time J.G. does a remake of Wonder's song 'Have a Talk With God' with Wonder on the harmonica. J.G.'s lyrics are what keep me listening even when he goes for a lighter sound. These words are from the heart and very real. J.G. writes songs we can relate to because he knows what it's like to have struggles and he knows what it's like to take comfort in the love of a merciful Savoir. Scarlet Red: Don't Dance With Danger Lots of overused song titles ('Break the Chains' 'Knock Down the Walls' 'Lost and Found' etc.). Lots of overu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 November 1989

Sports Novmbr21.1989 the Brand Peck Smith end volleyball careers at HSU by Ewert JSSm HSU volleyball has won 62 mat- ches in two seasons. HSU volleyball has been a force in NAIA District 8 volleyball for those two years. Both years HSU volleyball has come with in games of going to the NAIA national tournament. If you are looking for a reason for this success look no further than seniors Karen Peck and Jennifer Smith. Peck almost ruined her ankle and Smith was literally a walk on while she visited HSU during a High School Weekend but they ended up on the same team and the rest is history very recent history. If nothing else (and there is plenty else) Peck and Smith pro- vided the necessary leadership for the volleyball team during the "growing years." Peck a middle blocker led the team in kills and blocks this season. Smith a setter led the team in assists and has set HSU records for single game single season aand career assists. Perhaps the most enduring quality about these players ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

x. Hardln-Simmons University Abilene Texas THE Volume 77 Issue 5 March 8 1990 Trusteees approve budget for fiscal year HSU Media Relations Trustees of Hardln-Slmmons University learned that a total of $11.7 million in gifts and pledges has been raised toward the goal of the $15 million Centennial Cam- paign which continues through 1991. In addition President Jesse C. Fletcher announced that he has received a check in the amount of $1975000 toward the construction of the Albert W. and Mary E. Johnson Building for the HSU School of Business. The president said the check the largest to ever arrive at his of- fice on the HSU campus was from Charles B. Johnson of San Mateo Calif. a son and executor of the estate of the late Mr. Rupert H. Johnson who pledged $2250000 toward the construction of the business building before his death. Meeting during the opening day of HSU's annual Homecoming trus'tees: Approved a $15.8 million dollar budget parameter for the new fiscal year beginning June 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

March 8 1990 the Brand . i . i f A piece of my mind Precipice Patience's virtues are limited Needs must be revealed Opinions by Ewart Jones Beyond the everyday hectic and strenuous life of your ordinary newspaper editor lies the light at the end of the tunnel. A seemingly unreachable goal a distant fan- tasy that only the elite of the elite have some concept. It's called pa- tience. If you are on this level of social restraint I applaud you and your entire family I am not ashamed to admit my biggest weakness. Yes it's true Ewart Jones has about as much patience as a baby with a wet diaper and a little less in some instances. It's a problem I have been working on since I was five but the solution or solutions con- tinue to elude me. Through my life I have been able to see what patience is and is not. I consider myself very much an ex- pert on when patience is occuring or when it has run out. Patience is: -When you can sit through an hour and fifteen minute class without once thinking...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

March 8 1990 tht Brand 3 i f .i tr-r j i Richardson inducted into PR association's Hall of Fame News by Orvllle Scott Texas Baptist Public Relations Charles Richardson director of media relations at Hardin- Simmons University was inducted into the Texas Baptist Public Rela- tions Hall of Fame. Richardson 54 is immediate past president of TBPRA. He holds a bachelor of science degree from Howard Payne University Brownwood the master of arts degree from Hardin-Simmons and Jibe master of science degree from "East Texas State University Com- merce. He has been assistant editor of the Baptist Standard of Texas and the Biblical Recorder of North Carolina press representative for the Texas Baptist Public Relations Office religion editor for the Abilene Reporter-News news director for Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary city editor of the Brown County Gazette of Bangs reporter for the Brownwood Bulletin and information specialist for the Stars and Stripes with the U.S. Army. Among Richa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

News T f'TI 1 1 1 "TTTT'T'I'I VI f ---- ... March 8 1990 the Brand May term classes offer Austria by Duane Simolko Hardin-Simmons is offering two classes in Vienna Austria during the 1990 May term. The classes Introduction to Geology ano Introduction to Music will be held May 15-June 4 between the spring semester and the first summer session. Dr. Ed Hughes head of the geology department and Dr. John Burton associate professor of music theory and cello will be the instructors. Directed study courses in geology and music can also be ar- ranged. Weekdays will be spent in class museum visits and field trips. Evening plans include concerts musical programs and group discussions. "Vienna offers the perfect set- ting for the study of music because of the historical setting for composers" said Dr. Burton. "The perfomers who will be there are the best in the world. "To me music has to be ex- perienced. The student will learn more during three weeks in Vienna than in an entire semester in a c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

Features March 8 1990 the Brand Sakharov states his viewpoint by Duano Slmolke Soviet defector Vladimir Sakharov spoke during a student assembly and a luncheon at HSU Jan. 18. Sakharov defected in 1972 and later became a U.S. citizen. Born to a prominent family and trained for a key position in the Soviet government he is con- sidered the most knowledgable Soviet de.fector. His autobiography High Treason and his insights on the Soviet Union have also gained attention on na- tional news programs. "The situation in the Soviet Union is difficult because of rapid changes" said Sakharov. "Im- agine a whole country that is sud- denly given freedom after having everything done for them. "In order to live in Moscow you must first work there for two years. In order to work in Moscow you must first live there for two years. In order to be capitalistic you must have mobility. The Soviet Union doesn't have mobility." Sakharov noted many other pro- blems in the Soviet Union painting a bleak but ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

Features March 8 1990 the Brand Hardin-Simmons receives chips of Berlin by Duane Simolke Arthur Salguero Jr. a 19861987 graduate of Hardin-Simmons was stationed in West Berlin with the American armed forces when the borders were opened in November. Salguero donated pieces and pictures of the wall to HSU. The pieces are small because the rein- forced bars in the concrete hinder the removal of large chunks. The opening was announced on Nov. 9. Salguero arrived at Check- point Bravo at 8:20 a.m. Nov. 10. The first East German car arrived thirty minutes after him but a line of cars was waiting to be examined at the East German checkpoint before entering West Berlin. The wall received considerable damage from the celebrating Ger mans trying to remove as many chunks as they could so police eventually had to stop the chip- ping. "East Germany was going through some radical changes" said Salguero. "First with the pro- tests in Liepzeg and East Berlin then the mass exodus of East Ger- mans h...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

Critic's choice March 8 1990 the Brand Reviews by Duano Simolke theatre The Madwoman of Chaillot Madness abounds in Jean Giraudoux's comedy about an ec- centric countess and her friends saving the world from some greedy criminals. But the madness of Countess Aurelia is welcome in contrast to the madness of the cor- ruption those criminals have brought into the world. It's ail a bit simplified reducing complex issues into a scheme of 'white hat good guys and 'black hat' bad guys but the satire works and few institutions escape jabbing. HSU's presentation of Mad- woman was directed by Trish McAdams and designed by Larry Wheeler. Despite a few stuttered lines on opening night the cast gave the play all the energy and unique treatment it demands. Sara C. Wetzel was the eccentric countess who seeks to restore peace and security to Chaillot. Wetzel made the countess bizarre and loveable; a character to be remembered. The award for 'performance most likely to end with a broken leg' goes to...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 8 March 1990

Sports the Brand 8 March 8 1990 Mike Lanier the tallest player in collegiate basketball warms up with the rest of the team before a game against the Stetson Hatters. Senior gives 'moore' in upset by Ewart Jones Tommy French was 9 of 12 from the field 8 of 9 from the line and had 26 points. He also became the second-highest single season scorer in HSU history. Quinton Fly came off the bench and hit six of his eight shots put in five free throws and scored 13 points in the second half. Byron Moore scored six points and he was the hero. In fact his last two may be the most famous in HSU basketball history. With one second left Moore squared up faded back and laun- ched a ball that caused havoc in Mabee Complex and caused the Cowboys to win their final Division I basketball game in an upset over Georgia Southern University 65-64. It was all a matter of fouling the right person at the right time. Tod Miller a senior from GSU was the victim. His free throw toyed with the rim and the Cowbo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 April 1990

Hardln-Slmmons University Abilene Texas THE Volume 77 issue 6 April 6 1990 New policy established v by Kelli Cotter Have you ever been faced with the problem of trying to put a study group together a study group of both girls and guys but you couldn't quite figure out where it was you were going to study7 You really didn't want to use the library and the possibility of using a dorm room has always been un thinkable. You might be able to change your mind because a new oppor tunity has been offered to Hardin- Simmons students this semester It is a new program allowing the dorms to have open house one night a week. Linda Carleton states "This pro- j gram says to students that we are hearing them and that we are try- ing to meet their needs. We are giv- mg them yet another opportunity to show themselves responsible " The rules to the new policy are as follows: 1. Resident Assistants for the hall must be present and they must monitor the guests. The "open door" policy will be in effect. ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 April 1990

W Opinions April 6 1990 the Brand Precipice A piece of my mind HSU must keep name in news by Phil Wilson Thumbing through the most recent issue of U.S. News and World Report I came across a list of the top colleges and universities as ranked by university presidents. Some interesting names in Texas were revealed. Southwestern University Trinity Austin College and Texas Lutheran were all viewed by this group as either outstanding for their size or up and com- ing. These schools have comparable enrollments with MSU and seem to share a similar vision for private higher education. We've decided to play football-small time Division III non-scholarship football. The reasons listed are many and of course the majority relate to how the student body needs it the campus wants it and how our lives will be that much better because of it. Watching non-scholarship Division I Princeton almost beat final four Arkansas in the first round of the NCAA tournament brought a multitude of thoughts related...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 April 1990

Opinions April 6 1990 the Brand Staff view editorials Mates teach valuable lessons by Lara King I've recently been reading about different cultures and the Australian vs. American cultures in particular. There are many fascinating similarities as well as differences. For instance both Australia and the United States were both started as countries by the rejects of society. Each coun- try had to start from scratch and develop their own ideas of govern- ment and society. But In many ways this is where the similarities end. While building new countries both Americans and Australians began to develop characteristics of their way of life. Americans saw Forum their new land as a challenge bet- ween each man and nature. They quickly learned to respect the man who could do everything himself. In Australia the pioneers decided that the only way to cultivate the new country was together. No man alone hence the development of the 'mate' the friend who would stand beside you like a brother. It ...

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