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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990
Sports April 20 1990 BEAIA Page 10 Charles Bollinger Ends Career At Second Base by Terry Suggs When Charles Bollinger was a senior in high school he never dreamed that he would end up playing second base for Hardin- Simmons University. That is because Bollinger was a standout pitcher headed to Baylor Universi- ty on a baseball scholarship with aspirations of someday pitching for a professional team. Bollinger's rollercoaster career began in Snyder Texas where he was an all-district selection for three years and all-state one year. At Snyder he guided his team to its first ever state championship Duiing his senior year he was courted by such colleges as Texas Tech Oklahoma State University of Texas and Baylor. He chose Baylor "because it was a baptist school it was in the Southwest Conference and it gave me a good chance to be seen by professional scouts." Unfortunately for Bollinger hardship followed him to the Baylor campus. In his first spring of what was supposed to be the beginn...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 20 April 1990
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1990
Ey K.jCX J An Annual Publication of the Hardin-Simmons University Brand Staff - 4 - ; McBride Starts New Life at HSU by Rick Hope The typical Hardin-Simmons student graduated from high school came to college and has a very limited view of the future that usually does not go beyond a year or two from the present. However Rick McBride is not the typical HSU student. McBride was born in Arkansas but spent most of his youth in Miami with the exception of a brief stint in the military. At the age of 17 McBride began drinking and soon found himself in and out of troubles brought about by alcoholism. In an attempt to improve himself McBride relocated to San Antonio in August of 1986. However six months after arriving in San Antonio McBride found himself in jail. After being released he decided to join Alcoholics Anonymous. A.A. had a positive effect on McBride; he has remained sober for four years during which time he opened his own business the San Antonio Tea Company. In the fall of 1988...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1990
Chr istmas Fest by Shawnie Maffett Every Christmas HSU provides its students with many entertaining events to bring about the Christmas spirit and cheer. The Madrigal The Christmas Ait Show and the All School Christmas Party are some of the events everyone may enjoy. The third annual Christmas Madrigal will be held in Van Ellis Theater on December 6-8. This is an event concocted by the director of the School of Music Dr. Wesley Coffman. The theater department and the HSU School of Music perform various Christmas rituals. Moments Notice the improv troupe at HSU will perform several scenes they have been working on this past month. There will be a brass quintet a harp player a classical guitarist jugglers magicians and singers. The Madrigal is set in medieval renaissance times. The stage is designed by Larry Wheeler assistant professor of theatre and the staging is done by Dr. Trish McAdams head of the department of theater. Student Dottie DeLeon is stage manager and student Debbie Pe...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1990
Debates will be 5-6 p.m. in Moody Center Room 206. A questionanswer session will follow each. Dec. 6: "Expanding football would bring more money to HSU." Dec. 10: "Flag burning is a justifiable protest in a free society." Dec 13 (Van Ellis): "The U.S. should use force against Iraq." A cuddly plush toy will be donated to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program for every purchase of American Express Gift Cheques between now and Dec. 31 at Bluebonnet Savings Bank. Christmas For Animals is being sponsored by the Humane Society for the sixth year to raise money to keep animals from being killed. They will help applicants buy cats or dogs using money from contributions. For information call 672-7124 or visit the society at 3041 South Street Texas Special Olympics needs an area director for Abilene and its surrounding counties. Write to: Texas Special Olympics; co Personnel; 11442 North IH 35; Austin TX 78753. Tara Tremaine is a sophomore but was mentioned in our last issue as ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 December 1990
Non-Traditional Studcntjj Back Page Journalism by John Carroll Boy what a thrill to be a columnist for The Brand. Thanks for letting me belong. Now my name is on page two and page four. I told my parents that 50 per cent of this week's paper had my name on it They sure were happy; they think I am doing great in college. I am already being "published" just like a real professor. Luckily my parents do not realize being on the back page has its social connotations. As my ego swelled sitting there and looking at my name on page two I noticed that a four-page paper requires six editors. To be an editor you have to either know something or somebody. There is only one photographer required. This is good because it is hard to find someone who understands F stops shutter speeds depth of field focus and reciprocity failure. And then there is the business manager. Everyone likes to spend money but nobody understands money. Understanding debits and credits is impossible. What they mean in high ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1991
o) p AY T APRIL 1991 V heritage Festival & Rodeo Western Heritage Day provides a taste of the old west 3tWjJUHiHlHBVtv t jm.'6&f!!b4$f4 4& JRf J ?mk -fjWLZrjh'S? s5?ff$ "& ''Scl by Kristen Walton A taste of the old west comes alive at Hardin-Simmons University during the 10th Annual Western Heritage Fest- ival and Rodeo. Sixteen dif- ferent exhibits will surround the pond at the entrance to HSU April 25th. The festivities will kick off at 8:30 a.m. and con- clude at approximately 2:00 p.m. The exhibits consist of the Catclaw Creek Boys and Sande chuck wagon cooking branding a hat maker HSU's White Horses quilters a melodrama roping horse- shoeing a bluegrass band livestock HSU surrey a wagon exhibit the HSU horse trailer story tellers and a brush arbor meeting. The Western Heritage Day was established ten years ago in coordination with Abilene's 100th birthday. Elementary school children were invited to HSU to take part in learning how people lived during the "Or Wes...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1991
Intercollegiate Rodeo to feature top cowboys and cowgirls by Scott Sheldon Hardin-Simmons University will host the 45th Annual Inter- collegiate Rodeo which will be- gin on Thursday April 25 at 8:00 p.m. in Carl Meyers Arena 2800 Grape Street. According to Dr. William 0. (Bill) Beazley who coordinates the intercollegiate rodeo there will be approximately 250 of the top collegiate cowboys and cowgirls who will compete dur- ing the three day event. Performances will be held at 8:00 p.m. nightly and the Sat- urday performance will be held at 2:00 p.m. April 27. The ad- missions cost is only $3 for adults and $1 .50 for students with the Saturday matinee be- ing free of charge. Terry Wall's livestock will be used during the rodeo and the World Famous Cowboy Band will play at each performance. According to Beazley the HSU Six White Horses and their co- ed riders will also be featured. The rodeo clown and bull fighter will be Jeff Grigsby and Eddie Hatfield both of Sagi- naw. Dr. George N...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1991
The American cowboy continues to play vital role in ranching by Gina Garner The American cowboy has always been a symbol of strength and vigor of the colorful west. The long hard weeks driving cattle from ranches to railroads their lonely jobs difficult work and their part in building the West have made cowboys an impor- tant part of our Western Heri- tage. The cowboy of yesteryear is not that dissimilar to today's cowboy. Often the compari- sons are quite similar. The cowboy's lonely life was due to ranches that lay miles away from even the smallest of towns. Many months would often go by that a cowboy would not see anyone besides the men and livestock he work- ed with. Their lives were plagued by lack of sleep and broken bones caused by spills from horses. On the ranch the cowboy served as a "jack-of-all-trades." He might pitch hay hunt stray animals clear brush break horses or man equipment. The bunkhouse was his and other's home which was apart from the main house. His primary j...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reata — 1 April 1991
Over 5 000 children by Scott Sheldon Over 4500 children are scheduled to attend the Wes- tern Heritage Day at Hardin--Simmons University this week. Dr. Bertie Kingore head of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education who is in charge of coordinating and scheduling the large number of students knows just how hard a task it actually is. About a month before West- ern Heritage Day Kingore Editing class produces paper by Gina Garner As a salute to Western Heritage Day and as a class project the Spring 1991 Edit- ing class under the direction of Leigh Ann Whiddon copy ed- itor of The Brand and Randy Armstrong assistant professor of Mass Communication and faculty sponsor has designed an issue of The Reata dealing specifically with this tenth annual celebration. The class began this project after several Thursday night class meetings in which they learned such things as editing design layout and headline writing. The entire paper has been put together by the six students of the ...