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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1992

HSliiiB University Students Standoff Against Top Administration l-iSWij-iS: i:?:::l$:::iS wmmifmmmiiwmmmmmmimliimmlhmm wmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmk mmMmm&mmmmmmm mm. MUWMWttMU UtMHUMMlHMUUMtttttMb LAJOLLACaUf.(CPS)-Morethan200 students seized a cooperative at the Uni- versity of California at San Diego and reopened it for business just hours after administrators ordered the store closed in a dispute over financial control. The tense standoff at the General Store resulted in a Jan. 16 restraining order against the university that will re- main in effect while the two sides nego- tiate whether the co-op should remain affiliated with the school or continue to conduct business on campus as an out- side vendor. Winifred Cox director of university communications said the co-op's locks were changed early Jan. 15 after admin- istrators had asked several times for business records that the students had refused to relinquish. According to administrators a pre- liminary review several months ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1992

lEnfifillimeil1 ffisiil llf: ' jltt jR" A Hr- ' f iff r i 'HI H Mike Myers stars as Wayne Campbell and Dana Carvey stars as Garth Algar in "Wayne's World." Wayne and his sidekick Garth host a late night cable access TV show broadcast from Wayne's basement in Aurora Illinois. Opening Friday. "Disney Break f92" Promises Big Savings For College Students Lake Buena Vista Fla. College students can blast off on "Star Tours" conquer "Space Mountain" and careen through the human bloodstream in "Body Wars" at special student prices Feb 22 through April 10 at the Walt Disney World Resort. With a valid student identification college students can take a break from the beach and try on a day's worth of thrills at Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park the Magic Kingdom or Epcot Cen- ter for $22 plus tax. That's $1 1 less than regular admission. A souvenir button is free with each ticket. Students can grab even bigger sav- ings with a two-day ticket for $40 plus tax. The ticket provides admission to two p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1992

RrllPBiliiiiiiSil Activities For The Week: (continued from page 8 ) Theatre- Abilene Repertory Theatre presents Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit February 14&15. Performances begin at 8:30 p.m. For reservations call 672-2739. Video -Out This Week- Double Impact - When an American businessman and his wife are murdered in Hong Kong their twin sons are hidden from the killers - one in a Hong Kong orphanage the other in Los Angeles. Now 25 years later the two brothers find each other. The only thing they have in com- mon is to get revenge for their murdered parents. Starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. (R) Pure Luck - Eugene Proctor is the un- luckiest man in the world. His fortune is about to change when Valerie his boss' equally unlucky daughter disappears. Proctor is sent on a mission with a veteran detective to rescue the boss' daughter. Starring Martin Short and Danny Glover. (PG) Rover Dangerfield - A fully animated tale about a high rolling hound who trades in the bright lights of Las V...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1992

Sports page 10 Baseball Profile: Scott Douglas By Chris Cafalone Senior Scott Douglas a second baseman on the Hardin-Simmons University Baseball team had a deci- sion to make last summer. He had to decide whether to accept a baseball scholarship to Division One Northern Iowa or return to the Forty-Acres and finish his senior season with the Cowboys. Well Douglas returned to HSU to the delight of Coach Marvin Stringfellow and has turned out to be a veteran leader for the young Cow- boy Baseball team. "Scooter" as he is known to his teammates came to HSU from Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada in 1990. He was mainly a hockey player only playing baseball in summer leagues. His initial goal was to play hockey being influenced by his Dad who played seven years in professional hockey. Scott turned down a couple of hockey scholarships in the U.S. to stay and play in Canada but an injury at the age of 19 ended his hockey career. Scott turned to baseball and went to Waldorf Community College on a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1992

Olympic Games Networks Counting on Profitable Air Waves oy wayne rsoian CBS andTNT will be airing the Win- ter Olympic games in hopes of making a profit at the same time. CBS will be airing 1 16 hours which started February 8 continuing until the 23. That is 16 days of prime time cover- age of such events as-figure skating Alpine skiing and ski jumping. TNT is making history by being the first cable network to cover the Olym- pics even if it is only 45 hours which is all CBS would allow them to air. Since TNT is paying CBS $20 million for the weekday programming viewers will not find familiar faces or big-time events on TNT. CBS is showing the top events itself. TNT is not even allowed to use CBS' cameras. They will be borrowing from the European pool. CBS is betting $223 million that American viewers are going to be watch- ing the games closely. The network has promised advertisers that CBS will aver- age a 17 in the Nielsen ratings when the final results are published. The ratings...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 February 1992

page 12 ITIAA NEWSI Conference Standings as of Feb. 9 School W L PcL HSU 4 2 .667 U. of Dallas 4 2 .667 H. Payne 4 2 .667 McMurry 3 4 .429 Austin C. 2 4 .333 sul Ross St 2 4 .333 Gregg Ruffin takes a free-throw shot in the game against Tarleton State University Wednesday February 6. A LOOK AHEAD IN BASKETBALL M&W 2-15 U. Dallas 1 p.m. W 2-17 Jarvis 5:30 p.m. M&W2-19McM 6 p.m. M&W 2-22 Sul Ross 1 p.m. M 2-25 SW Univ. 7:30 p.m. W 2-27 Tarleton 5:30 p.m. Top 8 mens and top four womens teams advance to first round NAI A Division II District VIII Tournament Now Playing Cowboys and Indians Again By Wayne Nolan HSU men's basketball team will meet up with cross-town rivals the McMurry Indian's again this season Wednesday February 19 at 8 p.m. at the McMurry gym. The HSU Cowboys defeated the In- dians earlier this year 77-70 in a packed house at the Mabee Complex. Again the Cowboy defence will try to stop the Indians who average 70.6 points a game offence. While the Cow- boys are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

liBliiiiiiiBiiiiiiii The Brand 'i. .1.1.. ..i ii... i. :: tttttitMMHMtlMtMtttHtttHtMMttttimtt L' Abner featuring 60 cast members opens tonight at 8:00 p.m. in Van Ellis Theatre. The production is co-produced by Dr. James Ivey head of the depart- ment of theatre and Dr. Jaynne Middleton professor of voice for the HSU School of Music. See article on page 12. (Photo by Jason Hatton) Library Books Damaged; Used for Homeless Man's Campfire By: Tammy Mantooth A homeless vagrant was arrested Tuesday Feb. 18 after Hardin-Sim-mons librarians discoved over 50 books in the Richardson Library had been vandalized. The damaged volumes which were mostly art books were found in a study room. The man identified to police as Jeffrey A. Gibson had been in the library Monday night and returned Tuesday morning. He had been seen in other libraries at Abilene Christian and McMurry University. HSU police followed the man to a vacant lot at 2400 Pine Street where ashes were retreived from a campfire. The as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

piiffi iPlPl WAVSSWf HI '':':;xX'XX'XxX' ;JJR;.x-X'XXXXXXX XXXvXXX'IX y-K ;::: xcwX'Xx-xwxxoX'Xx XX"XvHX-XXXXXvCXvXvXX 4xx:xW:x XxXvXWW':'XXXXW wxxxxxWx:x wXXvXttO-XXXvXsXX&XXXttO wXS-XXttXXXW'X- xixWx:x:x&::WxW Xx"XXLXXxXXXXCKW xjiYiJYiiYi iYi'iYi'i I have been writing blazing editori- als inmybestyellow-joumalistic fashion for three full weeks now. In that time I humbly admit that I have become some- what of a celebrity and as is bound to happen I have attracted some undesir- able attention. For example it seems that two-weeks ago I mentioned some- thing about the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and shooting squirrels with a pellet gun. Since the release of that issue I have received numerous calls from the SPCA reprimanding me for showing squirrels in an unfavorable light and encouraging me to show animals in a more favorable nature. Taking their request to heart I got out my bowl of cheez-puffs and sat down for a night of watching Olympic figure s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

liliSiiiiBiiliiilli Kn T-K? taai n J MHlKVaJotfSKvdRSJSiIfEnSQaCllHnBr- N cKHW Distributed by Tribune Media Services Wmmm Letter :l;:iIl!tlIl:tJfil::li!lii:(Klsl:riil: ii'iir t ' 'ih viriniii 'ii'"ini ! ... .........!.. ........ I read your editorial urging con- dom vending machines be placed on campus here as at UT and other places. I oppose it for several rea- sons. First a Christian school must stand for abstinence not the "safe sex" of the secular world. Vending machines full of birth control de- vices on campus send another mes- sage. In a similar vein Magic Johnson recently told Arsenio's late night crowd "to have fun but wear a cap." gesturing toward his own groin "and it'll be cool." Later I hear he retracted his off the cuff remarks and endorsed abstinence. Sex outside marriage is notmade "safe" simply because pregnancy and venereal disease is prevented. The deep violence done to God's stan dards and the damage wrought within the human psyche are of immense consequences for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

lllimmillMIIIIIHHIIMUMIIIIIIMMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHtfl i'i i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i'm i'i i i'i'i'i i'i'i 1 1 1 1 n i'i'i'm i i'i mi i'i'i mi i'i'i'm i i'i'i'i m im j iVm i.i ill ji ij X'.'.'.'.'.'JJ.'.'.'j.M.'.'M'A1.1 by Dorothy Kiser What is a degree plan? What is the purpose of having an official degree plan in the Registrar's Office? Since many of you will be re- ceiving a letter from me in the next few days stating that you need a degree plan I would like to take this opportunity to give you some infor- mation about this subject. A degree plan is an outline of the courses necessary for a student to complete to be eligible to graduate. The Registrar's Office checks each degree plan carefully against the catalog after it is formulated and sent to us by the advisor. Near graduation the degree plan is up- dated and the student's file is checked for discrepancies. The stu- dent is then sent a letter indicating courses and other requirements necessary to graduate. The Undergraduate Bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

il Administrators Resign Over NY Gym Riot NEW YORK (CPS)--Two City College administrators have resigned their posi- tions just weeks after the release of a special mayor's report that partially blamed the college for the deaths of nine people at a celebrity basketball game in December. The report said that police the pro- moters the evening student government association the crowd City College and City University all shared blame for the stampede that caused the deaths. Jean Charles the director of co-cur-ricular life and George McDonald vice president for student affairs have both resigned. Charles worked for City Col- lege for 13 years; McDonald worked for the school for 24 years. In addition another college official faces disciplinary action from the school. Charles Delaney was removed as direc- tor of security. Professor Investigates Century-Old Mystery FALLRIVERS.Mass. (CPS)-A George Washington University professor is try- ing to unearth whether Lizzie Borden star of one of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

ihlBrlnl WANTED ALL HARDIN-SIMMONS COWBOYS The HSU Cowboy Calling Network wants all HSU students to sign up and save money. Just Look At This Rate Comparison! 10 minute call to Dallas during evening rate peoiod from 5 to II p.m. weekdays. Bell I ATST Credit Card: $3.36 HSU Cowboy Calling Network: $2.20 Save 35 with HSU Cowboy Calling Network! h sV By signing up with the Cowboy Calling Network you can: 1 . Have on-campus customer service by calling Ext. 1288 - if no answer call 677-1 74 1. 2. Pay your bill on campus in the business office. 3. Save money on a necessary expense and use the savings on something you want to do! Call Ext. 1 288 and SIGN UP TODAY .

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

News' & Features. :;. Wrong Number Causes Confusion for Freshman KEARNEY Neb. (CPS)-A University of Nebraska at Kearney freshman simply dialed the wrong number-but the mixup nearly got him arrested. The student newspaper The Ante- lope reported that Eric Kohles inadvert- ently dialed the sheriffs office on Jan. 16 when he was trying to reach a friend. When a woman answered the phone "Buffalo County Sheriffs Office may I help you" Kohles said he thought his friend was playing a joke. Kohles responded "I just killed some people on the sixth floor of CTW (his dorm)." Kohles said he hung up after he re- alized he was really speaking with the sheriffs department A few minutes later Kohles said he walked down the hall to Nephew of Sen. Kennedy to Enroll in N.M. Medical School ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (CPS)-The question of whether William Kennedy Smith will enroll in the University of New Mexico's internal medicine pro- gram is still undecided school officials say. Smith 31 nephew of Sen. Edwa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

iPiliiilluili Grace Cultural Center Opens by Chad Howard The Museums of Abilene opened the new Grace Cultural Center this past Valentine's Day weekend. Parties for the donors and patrons on the evenings of Feb. 14 and 15 kicked off the cel- ebration. The Saturday night Gala Opening the Museums' first benefit of 1992 was the formal unveiling of the restored and renovated Grace Hotel the new Historical and Children's Mu- seums and the 1992premierexhibitions of the Art Museum. Official ribbon-cutting and public opening of the Grace took place at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon. The Abilene Historical presents its first premier ex- hibits related to Abilene's history. These seven period rooms include: a 1910 kitchen and parlor a 1928 kitchen and living room a 1948 kitchen and living room and arecreated Grace Hotel room from the 1920's. The art museum displays The McDonald Collection. 65 works of art focusing on traditional themes of the American West and Southwest. Also presented. theTexasPrint...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

ffiffifflBM!jmMil 1992 Grammys by Kevin Burfield On Tuesday February 25 CBS will once again host the annual Grammy Music Awards. Each year dozens of nominees are selected to compete in the categories of Pop Rock Country and more. Best Vocal Best Song BestPerformance etc. will be awarded to the musicians most deserving. Many enjoy watching the Grammy's yearly. To help you know ahead of time just who is up for these awards we are providing a list of the nominees who each have a chance to take home the awards for 1992. And the nomi- nees are: Single Record of the Year: Baby Baby - Amy Grant (Everything I Do) I Do It For You -Bryan Adams Losing My Religion - R.E.M. Something To Talk About - Bonnie Raitt Unforgettable - Natalie Cole Album of the Year: Heart In Motion - Amy Grant Luck of the Draw - Bonnie Raitt OutofTime-R.E.M. The Rhythm of the Saints - Paul Simon Unforgettable - Natalie Cole Best Country Vocal Performance Male: Don't Rock the Jukebox - Alan Jackson Here's A Quarter (Cal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

1 A x H Arts Jk Entertainment Activities For The Week: Theatre At Hardin-Simmons ACU andMCM University Events- at HSU: Li'l Abner a musicalcomedy production February 21 and22andFeb- ruary 27-29 in the Van Ellis Theatre at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for all students. For reservations call 670-1405. at ACU: Sing Song the annual student musical production Friday February 21 at 8 p.m. and Saturday February 22 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. For ticket reservations or more information call 674-2739. AClFs Department of Theatre presents The Boy's Next Door February 21 and 22 in the Sewell Auditorium at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18.00 for dinner and the show or $9.00 for dessert and the show. For ticket reservations call 674-2739. at MCM: Little Mary Sunshine a mu- sicalcomedy dinner theatre production February 21 and 22 at 8 p.m. in the Ryan Fine Arts Center Little Theatre. Tickets for dinner and the show are $16.00 or $8.00 for dessert and the show. Dinner will be served promptly at 7 ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

1 iMtsiwiKniteiirainiiniiiiiiiBMiiiaii Dogpatch U.S.A. Comes To The Van Ellis Stage by Debbie Pearsons Panama and Frank's musical Li'l Abner opens this weekend in the Van Ellis Theatre. It's a foot-stomping cornpone love story with a lot of action and even more fun. The production is a collaboration of the Department of Theatre and the School of Music. It is the first musical done at HSU in six years. The produc- tion is directed by Dr. James Ivey chairman of the Theatre Department. Music director Dr. Jayne Middleton coordinates all of the music for Abner. Cindy Mundschenck an adjunct pro- fessor at HSU is serving as choreogra- pher for the production and Larry Wheeler has once again done a wonder- ful job as set designer. The action takes place in Dogpatch USA; the cornerstone of hicktown. It's a small town whose citizens live by the code of the hills and catch their mates in a Sadie Hawkins Day Race. All is well in this little town until the government de- cides to use their land ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 21 February 1992

HBBBBB Star TVek Appeals To All Ages (CPS)--Captain's log stardate 1992. Twenty-six years after "Star Trek" premiered on national television the se- ries has turned into an international phe- nomenon that is alive and well not only among those old enough to remember the original shows but to those now in col- lege who watch the original reruns and are avid fans of "Star Trek: The Next Generation." "'Star Trek' has really struck a chord for an enormous group of people" says Lisa Hielbonn a sociology and pop cul- ture professor at St Lawrence Univer- sity. For those who wish to remain politi- cally correct the new breed of fans call themselves Trekkers (not Trekkies) and just like the latest "Star Trek" film (number six) these fans are perhaps looking toward a kinder gentler friend- lier galaxy to explore in the future where Klingons and Romulans share ale with Captain Kirk and his crew. According to the national Star Trek Fan Club based in Colorado college- aged people make up a larg...

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